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"frayn" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

05:24 min | 2 months ago

"frayn" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"A senate has it. Have you ever anyone in the chat room when you're listening. I don't even know if anyone's listening feel good right. Have you ever had pit in your stomach of jealous that jealousy going down to the piteous dummy for thirty seconds or never. Have you ever felt that. When new with the new one i have. No i have not noble. Tha that vaccine With your child you may not even be telling you frayn's because you talk about about him to all your friends he actually grow. I'm tired of him. I just want him to take his chat. That's on i'm concerned about and the hunger is probably ask you. Are you sure you sure you're over you. Have you made peace with that. They probably actually. You know that conversation with your friend city. Have you made peace with over that. Have girls trash. They're baby fathers but not admit that they were jealous. But you knew it felt it in spirit or did they emitted now a lot of people. Because i was single for so long and my children's father he was incarcerated for seven years. So and that's an. I'm still single. You know i've been thinking more disturbing corporation for seven years. You still single so people used to think especially my family. That i was waiting for him and unfortunately the cheating and like me finding out about this was all around the same time that i was pregnant. And you know having my son and then like he went away like that like the year after so it was a very tumultuous time and so everybody felt like i was waiting for him so the question was so like as time going on every like so you know you know he would call and like the kids would talked and we had a cordial because i made peace with everything in whatever..

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"frayn" Discussed on Ghosts on a Train

Ghosts on a Train

06:01 min | 3 months ago

"frayn" Discussed on Ghosts on a Train

"Secret identity. She had a real double left. That going on. Yeah that's crazy. Also she can flip real good like magnetic boots and it's kind of insanity. Yeah that was wild surely like certain things should not be possible a few nights before time before we got on the train is kinda separate so this is the three of us in this together. If this rumor is true and our series closed theory was correct that we have a prime opportunity. Here to observe the this is gonna be fucking cool so you guys ready to this thing. Wide open miss. Kennedy's get caught. We're not gonna get caught because we're not going to say a word jayantha. We're we're gonna we're gonna you know. Hang out with mr walker for the bartender. Drops three shots in front of each of you for moving to worry that Youth talking. I don't worry because again excited. So indicated in the spirit. I never listened to customers. this sure. didn't it's a celebratory occasion. Also this this stuff is plugged. Let's all three of you knock it back. Andrew immediately spits it out because he was not sweet right. Whose side job do you want to do next. Stay walls per sources this. We cars talk so you need up by some of those areas that are wide open for verses several Goose hunting horses. Now obviously those who live in the wild marking forces Magicians they make the most use of them several seahorse but there is value to people live within the light barrier moving periods. Have these horses ready. Any death lands explorers. Scavengers can always use them. References to head out. Yet even glucose or imperial cavalry. It's like them You meet up with will not like a big horse ranch. Business person doctor. Amblin hilliers a several rosie. Dr not just any doctor. A horse doctor. Dr halley us will see now any youtube says well. This is excellent. excellent howdy partner. How little one over there. So you to Deal some several seahorses are ad now. I got a job for you. You're you're done. Yeah i got a special recommendation from wa associate of mine. Mr kutu over to rubio so i've got something for you and well. I'm afraid i've got something a little less. Pg for you there colbourne if that out of the yup. Yup i can handle whatever you whatever you need. You can say for the lesson though. I i don't know if you know you might find this fascinating. I i hope you get a get acquainted. My friend the next set says you you might have takes to be a will. We hold busin- exercise rider. Yeah we'll horses horses here sometimes a little sake recovery and you know we could use a little mini. Just help take him for rides on occasion. I'm gonna let you around worse now. Don't worry these as they're already frayn's deal with people the ring for acute or nothing but there's something important to know about the museum about several rosie horses. Several seahorses have a bit of an overactive. A spectra jhelum that saying yet. That's the spektr jhelum. it's hard the brain clustering nerds really all horses. Have it But but they are overactive ones. They can clearly see ghosts. Where other other horses six get whispers. Not only that but they cannot they cannot just the electro plants their own specs. Yep several several of yours is a host tackle breeding and they've developed these. A front freezing predator is as the insist on. Spirits is a secondary food source crazy. All of that. I mean it's been a thousand sika. I hate the so much like to reemphasize. This is lar-. Greg came up with this learning specifically to annoy. Now the keeping. Remember when you're riding a several seahorses on like a normal horse The fixate on things bar in the distance because the front facing is they won't be as aware of their surroundings levels. Martin make a beeline for whatever their prey is tonight. So you just kinda gotta make sure they don't do anything foolish. And also they don't get fixated on sub silly. You know okay. I think i can do that. like what. Would they get fixated. Honor that goes. Here will say within a latin barrier. The ghost field is extra touchy so just about any old echo. Cracking the latin barrier spirit outside honestly several years far more suited to the light open plains. There is going to be a touch overwhelmed. Even this far out of city voice here goes nothing. Nothing's alright and drake's up out here we'll get. We'll get some help to to help you. Were there betwixt. I've got some view over here. Just come into the shed with me. God aren't there.

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"frayn" Discussed on The Tattness Podcast

The Tattness Podcast

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"frayn" Discussed on The Tattness Podcast

"It alone. By. It's the only bad experience of had where. You wouldn't realize how great you've got it unless you had a few bad ones in there. Really, right. So Let it go and I took the high road and I was like I don't wish that on anybody I. I hope he's well and and I do understand the stress that will come with such a situation. So I was like that's maybe I don't know. But then I was told the at, you'll never hear from him again. And sounds like, okay. Cool. That's fine. At the end of the day the the thing was me is like if you're gonNA attack, my producer for a fucking Typo I'm gonNA take my producers side every time. Who's been there through everything I'm going to always side with my team. Because accidents happen sticky keyboards happened fucking bullshit on our keyboards. Sometimes. They're half asleep they're doing a twelve hour fucking shift nurse and coming in to do my production job saw I don't fuck up because I don't know shit about it. and sometimes accidents are going to happen if you're going to berate them. I'm taking their side not yours. It takes all kinds. Of that you're old enough to know that that's a good thing. That's a good thing because it gives us you know people that we want to work with and you know we just have to. Learn our lessons with the people. We. All it does for me is make me more grateful for the great, great. Gas that As much as they could have an ego because they've done so much great shit. They're more in my train of thought as like I'm not out anything. been very fortunate in five years. I don't feel I'm anything. I'm still I got eight FRAYN's. Of Publications. Put on my wall. Because I'm grateful for it's not ego driven. It's like Holy Shit. Behind you say drawings. Yeah that's digital art that I did. Not The pumpkins the Jack Lanterns are awesome. I've wanted to do all of October because the new Halloween film has been postponed for a year because. Guessing. It got everyone thinking Halloween in general is now fucking. And can't sold. So I, thought I can't have that being a horror fan. I'M GONNA. Look forward to you. So I said all of October I'm only during. Halloween season themed shows. So re people from the. GonNa love that you're right. Ghost hunters, paranormal experiences, anybody I don't give a.

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"frayn" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"frayn" Discussed on WTOP

"T o p traffic. Well, it is dreary out there. But at least it's Friday. Lauren Rickets. You're absolutely right about that. You know, it's Friday, and the good news is we'll get the rain out of here just in time to start the weekend, So yeah. Ours out there. Really? They're lining up along I 95 points to the east. If you are traveling on this Friday, the rain goes really along I 95 all the way up to Philly, Baltimore down through D. C. Richmond and right into Raleigh, North Carolina. So again, showers along I have pointy sense where the steadiest Frayn is. If you are west of I 95 you'll have a few showers today. But again, not that steady rain that we're seeing just east of the D. C area temperatures in the fifties. That's it. We're going to keep that chance of rain all throughout the day today, So just chalk it up. Today is a little bit of a wash now going to be a washout. But again, not the prettiest of days would clear out overnight rapidly after midnight. Temperatures plummet into the twenties and thirties of freeze watch in place along the Shenandoah Valley until 10 a.m. tomorrow morning, And then we warm into the sixties. Tomorrow fifties and sixties. Tomorrow during the day, plenty of sunshine. We stay in the low to mid sixties on Sunday as well. Plenty of Sun 58 right now in Washington, Baltimore, 55 Manassas. 57 Lauren 55 r reading in Friendship Heights. Brought to you by Lin, The plumber trusted same day service seven days a week. It is 11 21. Now there is no guarantee that Maryland will actually begin building toll lanes on the Beltway and I to 70. But if it does happen, the estimated cost might shock.

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"frayn" Discussed on Giddy Up

Giddy Up

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"frayn" Discussed on Giddy Up

"Will you be the celebrity going to be donor TV appearance on a path everybody else can stay out I think if I needed some cash, that buddy will be kicked in for the premium. Sound signed double standards of Bush on what's it face that we all Docu sign she wouldn't do anything back. She should go swimming update this whole other sort of the lips and that wouldn't fade the sharks then we wouldn't have to do anything. On well, there was obviously story a couple of just throwing up every wake around. What this is doing to two families in real I wanNA play a little bit clicked on this is. A. Clipping context goes sixty seconds but I think it's important to hear the whole. The whole place giant walk was driving his recently purchased, Secondhand Khadijeh. Kagame Regional Victoria when he hit a tree and the bags filed to deploy the twenty four year old father of two is on life support at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne but Judaic arriving virus restrictions the family of being told visitors. Are. Only allowed in special circumstances and they do not qualify checks brother Luke joins me now from hate Khadim Victoria he's joined by two of his family Frayn's full support look appreciate your time on what a distressing situation for you and your mom and Dad, what does the hospital side you when you ask to see? Jacob. Why why can't you see him on the special conditions. Basically, what they're saying is that he has to be practically dead to allow us to go in and say him. And as far as we can work on the special circumstances, you know he's on life support these fighting hard for his life. He had crashed odd four times in one day on the Saturday and all we want is we wanNA. Go same for five minutes so. Pretty pretty hot breaking to. The ECON- go and say you probably your son you know husband Bay and they offered they said y y for the life of me..

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"frayn" Discussed on Thinking Like A Genius Podcast

Thinking Like A Genius Podcast

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"frayn" Discussed on Thinking Like A Genius Podcast

"What you've done that you give him the person one authority to you told them that responsible for decisions and three they beginning their confidence. So those are really good points to highlight for somebody's identity because now what you're saying is that you're not saying bad things about them Tang a bad of stupid anything that you giving example, you can be positive you can be accountable I need going to be an example on. Here's how you go about a die tonight and if you full you struggle, you've gotten out and the most important things people don't always know what that outage and even adults don't know what that outages that don't always have that out and many tolls are really ready powerful. But sometimes, you'll peers can be just as strong to help keep you on the direction you need to go. You just sometimes need to tight that stick and make the decision and sometimes ask for help in put yourself in a position where you need to Australia because it's really difficult because nobody wants to admit that they wrong. But if you've got a group where everyone is admitted that they wrong. then. Everybody starts scratch. Nobody's better than the other person and I think that's a really valuable point is because everybody starts from scratch everybody's in the same position. Some will be slightly different to the other person, but they had andrew they will in the same position that will starting zero in that. Which means it's easy for people to relate because the other thing that happens is same thing with gangs on Frayn's or anything else any group that you have people have this automatic social structure that they put up. They've got this hierarchy that they put up who's better who's more important news caught the already, and then they'll stop negotiating on that in between themselves to find out what they cite his in with a group and who can say what now what happens is that if you have a lead in the group Saint wanting other people will conform to. That person acts in a way. That's irresponsible. That's negative. Oh, that's denigrating sign remarks which are wrong. Other. People will matic trying map that behavior. To that because I want to be accepted, nobody wants to be unaccepted. Nobody wants to be alone because it's a threat to them they feel threatened. And it comes down to the fact that if people feel striking, they feel on their own. The going to survival Going to fight or flight response, and then they stopped making decisions..

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"frayn" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

Goodbye to Alcohol

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"frayn" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

"Feeling ever and yes, I wink in prepaid. That's stuff September two in nineteen th Sunday morning. When I woke up, it was lacking I'll be fine I've got my bottle of wine in inverted commas in the fridge and. I can do it. Yeah. Because we're always talking about being on a journey with a jog in that we use all the time but fats when you've got your call free wine and the drinks that you like your, you've patched for the journey you're prepared called layout. I was the same as you I was desperate for that ritual. It kind of slowed me down on the end of the day. But like you, I couldn't just have one glass of wine if and I would have more and more lenny feel terrible night stay. But with the all treat minor I don't know about you but I never want more the one or two losses because. And, I can go a week without having a glass of of. The alchemist why now and I'm fine you know and that's the beauty of it is if if people can just see because now I realize how alkyl was such an addictive drug and it wasn't me craving for. The one and finishing the bottle. And say, Oh, it's the habit. I locked, Aching Mon- every mcglaughlin or whatever. But. But now I can see that it's It's gone. You know. And that's that's the beauty of it. The only thing to combine to Oklahoma hotels world without why When you signed up for? So spring was your intention to stop forever or did you think I'll I'll try this challenge if I could last longer than thirty minutes? Thank you. You know what I I stay to cliff I said. Okay. Let's let's try this sixty six days because I feel I can do this with the deal closed one and we started on the fifth of September. On the eighth of September tiffin win to mainland mall and we set the and we had coffee the Sunday morning and I looked at him and I said, you know what? I'm done with one because he asked me, what are you GonNa do after the sixty six days I said I'm not going back because icon moderate. The Wood. Moderation doesn't exist in my vocabulary I just decided. Then then I'm done with alcohol at a need, it of got my rate. One of got my what wine they champagne that's alkyl. I'm salted. Didn't even champion, but I left the non alcoholic one. Because it doesn't give you a headache so. I'm sorted for life and I just decided on day eight. That's I'm not an I think also the interaction on the WHATSAPP group there it you begin to realize you know that that people are around this challenge mostly you know they they did take a break, but they're realizing the to know maybe maybe life is possible without wine. Jens and you know what? The what have group is the base because Uh Soda Mama Own. And I. The only one that as crazy as hell. Else drinks a bottle of wine a night because my husband doesn't drink. He will have Hoffa clause and leave the other and say it doesn't taste nice. It's gotta hit I comment. That was terrible. So the what's up group was fantastic to realize I'm not alone these people that I can resonate with that. That's thinks and feels the same as I do and I actually the. Spring Challenge ended on the fifth of November. And absolute. Great. That's it. I'm now Miss Sober. Forever I can do this and they're not actually missed the conversations and on the eighth of November I took out a membership at world without one because Akon, go without the connection. And I will be forever if room tonight. Because really it's like we all day for each other and. You know if you feel off feel down all. Go through struggle they is someone that's. That's going through that same struggle with you all they are someone that can just lift you up the communities. So amazing. So really so common I think that you get. On you okay you know. I. Don't need swelled with that one crew anymore I'm off. You know I mean just this afternoon I got a message from a guy who be November for that year and left and he said Said, Oh, I thought I was so tired but you know drifted off again and started moderating. So I, think I'm GONNA rejoin that's why size people just stick around when I joined showbiz spring I was at the end of my struggle with this with one and I was fed up and I headed a really had enough so I, never head Slept. Something just clicked in my head. But I must say when we go to Frayn's in that I told him straight from the beginning entering alcohol anymore I'm a non drinker and then I will I win win once with my non alcoholic. Gin. and. We ended up enjoying the whole evening all of us drinking. Mind, non? Alcoholic G. Into. Obviously very nice friends NAPA put pressure on. You may not have a true friend will do what what your friends will be done the unsaid. How can I support? You know this might be tough. I. Do whereas the Non Friends the drinking is just say Oh. Why are you doing that you? Crazy exactly. The only thing. To. All calls from. Welton, wines. If you'd like a bit of support.

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"frayn" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"frayn" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"While the U. Lightning complex fire has scorched more than 347,000 acres and is now the third largest in California history. Traffic and weather together. Here's Dana Hess and brought to you by Cal Frayn's remind you to be work Zone alert. Then we headed earlier accident. This is westbound eighties you come again around Atlantic Street, and apparently I was causing huge backup all the way to Rockland Road at this time, that's on westbound 80 Give your on South bound 65 slow down begins a blue oaks and takes you all the way to 80 also know your accent eastbound 80 around. Kirby has traffic backed up as well. Everyday Caltrans workers risked their lives to make our roads. If they're someone's loved one, so please use extra caution when you drive through a work zone always be work Zone Alert. Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Uh, Dana has news 93.1. White spreads, smoke and haze, and it's getting worse with downtown Sacramento now in the unhealthy area for everyone on the site. Purple air dot com For a high around 97 Today, 92 degrees now. John Breen izing News 93.1 kfbk in less than 30 minutes, breaking news the second inhabit on Sacramento's new 93.1 kfbk driver from Missouri for 13 hours a night I sit in my truck and I drive on a board and I'll stop it. Eat. If I'm not doing fast food, I guarantee A bag of chips open on my dashboard. That was all until Andrew for 100. I started out for months ago, and since taking under 400, I've dropped £45..

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"frayn" Discussed on Exvangelical

Exvangelical

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"frayn" Discussed on Exvangelical

"Easily called progressive denominations. And denominations of all sorts, and religions of all sorts, using technologies and other things to continue to make community I know that that's that's a two part question with a lot of preface. But I I wanted to sort of contextualized the question a bit and just say how how, what's your read on on both? Reactions. To this particular moment in history that we're living. Well it your question is huge. And might easiest answer is I think that? the religious traditions. Are. Like What I call the brand label religious traditions. Rather than saying conservative or liberal brand label sorts of tradition so that the methodist and the Presbyterian in the eastern Orthodox and the Catholics. And in and? The ones that have the familiar old fashioned signs buildings. they have I think generally, you know take in the science you know pretty seriously and even when they didn't want to. Shut. Most of them have shocked their churches and most of those denominations are not holding. Services and have not been for the last two months including through. Easter witches. was very hard. Of warn them and so I think that on that side of the coin, you have an enormous amount of what would I call fear sadness and grief. you know, and so the fear is when. Will anybody come back after we've been close so long because a lot of those churches are in decline. and then the. You know the sadnesses missing one another you know missing familiar patterns, missing their friends and churches missing their their rituals and their rights and you know a lot of them frankly Had Go to online. Kinds of. Services and that's not been easy for them because these are for by March in the churches that have been most resistant to the technological revolution. That's all around us. So that's been very hard. And then grief I you know. They, they believe the science, they believe the numbers and they're seeing the deaths you know because a lot of these religious traditions are full of people who are older. And you know they're they're watching the the memorial services stack up that they're going to have to have. After you know they can safely reopen again and they're also not able to do the kind of ministry. They normally would do because we're not supposed to touch one another and that that's just huge. So I think on that side of the score, you know you do have a sense. You have responses and reactions that are full of all those three things. fear sadness grief. On the other hand. I think you know Evan Drellich. The the the the very sort of radical. And Conservative evangelicals at lived inside of a world that doesn't believe science by large for a long time so that they were pretty skeptical With. That all this was happening not all of them, but some, but many of them, and so I think they were much slower. You know to close down their churches and then they pulled off of this history of persecution that they have. and. So the ideas that liberal cultures and elites have wanted to persecute them and so this using the pandemic as an excuse to close their churches down, it becomes a a sort of heightened sense of paranoia. It's again the replaying nine hundred and twenty-five someplace in their minds. Know, we don't stand up for the truth if we don't resist the secular hordes, they're going to permanently take away our religious freedom or they're gonNA, close us down forever and so they pulled off of those persecution complexes that have been part. Of that chain culture for a long time. but then I think you know obviously. Those traditions also have a very high view of. The miraculous. And it's often tied to their views of the end of the world. and. So you know there's this idea that. The faithful will be protected from the. The, the the virus remnant. And so. You. Know you can have a service and God will gobble take care of you because God is with you and you know what we've seen from that of course is we've seen pastors die. Who have done that and it's really sad. I so that high. Sense of. God's. Providential Care, which is always true. God does care for all of us in. God does take care of of humankind has God loves humankind but God does not do that to the expense of using common sense you know. But but in Evangelical Pentecostal universe It's all gotten no commonsense, and so that's been problematic and then that gets tied into their ideas about the end of the world. Is that this is God's judgement against sin or this God ushering in the last days or what have you but there's a lot of that out there as well. So I, think that those are kind of the. The. FRAYN's. In which the two larger sorts of religious bodies in the United, states are existing at sort of larger more. Traditional mainstream brand name whatever you WANNA, call it. Group. At his taken science seriously. But still afraid still very sad. you know in school of full of real real grief. and then The..

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"frayn" Discussed on Baalgatha- Classic Stories for Children

Baalgatha- Classic Stories for Children

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"frayn" Discussed on Baalgatha- Classic Stories for Children

"But also educates your child. The cat, the barge, and the hair. A long time ago. They lived apart bridge in a safe and won't hollow under the tree. Unfortunately, there was new proper source of food available near his. So he decided to go out in such a good source of. He soon, found out of field whether there was an ample supply of food. So he did not come back home for few days and each to his heart's content every day. Now while the partridge was enjoying himself in the field. A hair happened to see the partridges home. He liked the rematch in started living in it. One find. The Partridge, decided to go back to his old who again He had now grown very fat because of consuming a healthy died. When he saw the hair comfortably living in his home. He asked him to move out immediately. The had along vulnerable argument. But could not arrive on any decision. So, One d they decided to approach someone else who could solve their problem. Now. Cat lived nearby. So they both decided to contact this supposedly learned cat. Win The partridge and hill approached him. He decided to take advantage of the situation. He slyly sent. Ideal Frayn's I'm so sorry. I'm old in Holland of he'll ring. Boo The few come close to me Antonio. Tell me your problem. I will do my level best to help you out. As, soon as the partridge and the Hair Kimia the we can act. He killed them both and had a lavish meal. This story teaches us. Whenever do people have a fight? The thought the mediator..

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Repair and Reuse!

Pass It On

03:20 min | 1 year ago

Repair and Reuse!

"Cops when my boy is lumber. Jackets sleeves got shot. I missed it cops and suit them on after moving cuff bonds. Mrs W Finlay sustained struggling of those of Bruce. I knew you're going to lumbered lumberjack. Kit Yes what is that? It was sort of like a flannel leaves. Really sorry I remember them. Baser when them into combat in the nineteen seventies all usually a titan. Sort of like Ambiente. Ya I know it was funny. Cuffs and Friday cola yet but the notion of huffing arms extended by among knitting it. Go I can tell you. Know those low of young men who sought. I don't want thought on will told by models whilst the Mustang Badge of honor no thing Nice Dis. If if somebody were to do that Ginny. We'll know if your mummy but to think like if if you yourself and I don't mean necessarily specifically you. Coney provide like if if one oneself was to like you know to patching and sewing and extending the life do you think in today's modern youth would respect if I look giving longevity to a clothing I mutation is what maybe I don't know if I I. Yeah I probably wouldn't necessarily bump in chase me why they have to extend the arms not back and other arms go but surely only aren't exactly but your fool rank surely the arms similar speeds of the of the torso. I guess an jacket style probably was there'd be a bump covering at the win. I'm imagining somebody with a jacket. Sort of to go bugaboo Chris. This is definitely a mentality. I will pick up in the sixties and seventies if you had. Pus owned colludes secondhand clothes. Very very obviously mended clothes. It was a bit of Tinky Ish I saw but nowadays those are sort of reused repurpose re will mentality. That did not exist for me. I was a child. Yeah it does remind me of L. Initially went mainstream at it. Because I I know that a low of them Mike. Have you crafty Nariyoshi hipster? Frayn's food certainly have said that they want the they like the idea of you taking something that was you know. Bought maybe second hand and then patched in Belleek can the sixties you would you would take pride in the you know floral prints you'd put in your knees of your then in jeans or whatever bud light. You'd never the Netflix went into the mainstream. I kinda thought might because you know all of that can a more progressive does eventually lead by dame but it it can estate as I think

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Bulgarians divided over the case of Sydney man Jock Palfreeman

Correspondents Report

05:01 min | 2 years ago

Bulgarians divided over the case of Sydney man Jock Palfreeman

"The detention of Sydney man Palman became a diplomatic flashpoint this week after a war of words between Sofia camera of the highly erect accused Bulgaria of misrepresenting Australia's position intense negotiations of a pulse Roman's future while Foreign Minister Maurice Pain has from an case reopened and the USTRALIAN tossed back in jail the obstacle seemed to be the SAT Serov is seeking a review of the case application but in the meantime Puhl freemans going detention has become a diplomatic incident the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade has the assisted Paul Freedman be allowed to walk free and warned against political motives his detention the Bulgarian Justice Minister Climbed Australia had community put by law he should be free there is absolutely no doubt about that there is no legal obstacle to him leaving Bulgaria whatsoever Astore Manav an influential full member of Bulgaria's parliament Dr Manav has been leading the fight to return poll Ferman to prison from an told the court he acted in self defense when Manav and a mob of his friends turned on him he was convicted of murder and lost every appeal is that has gripped the former communist state the appeals court granted parole and they overturned the ruling of the original art within the next eight weeks the Supreme Court of Cassation which normally plays no role in parole cases in Bulgaria will rule onset zeroes hold a public rally to decry his parole and the country's prosecutor-general sauteed sets a Rove lodged an unprecedented bid to have oh he attempted in mid September this year however Jock poll Ferman was granted parole by the Saucier Court of appeal it should have been the newspaper called the Sofia Echo and then we I interviewed joke in my capacity as journalists and I think I gained his trust and we into a long nightmare for the thirty two year old freed from a Bulgarian gile halfway through a twenty year sentence for a crime he says was same friends hirschman still lives in software he isn't a journalist anymore but he and his Bulgarian Frayn's have been closely following the case we think it could be because of his connections to the deceased father the father of the man Paul Freedman killed is Dr Added to him that it had no such concerns and was confident there was no deviation from Bulgarian Law Day fat lighter said this and him going back to Australia in December two thousand seven Paul Freedman stabbed and killed a twenty year old little student Andrei Manav while there were some influences behind the scenes that are not really appropriate that it coming to play here but the law is very clear and there is no higher does explicitly untrue Pulford told me on the fine recently that it's only now with his parole so flagrantly denied that the situation for eleven and a half years now and in prison I think he's shown enormous strength of character resilience and strength of character in survivor others in Bulgaria are campaigning for his release Europe correspondent Linton besser reports. He's been through hell really I think he's been in a dreadful in what is a terrible ordeal that's Gabriel Hirschman. He's been friends with John Paul Freedman for more than a decade while I was a journalist on an English language defense but the court decision became a political lightning rod one far right party called Ataka all the attack party quickly a citizen of no country toll and he sat to survive on his own Gabriel Hirshman says policeman has become phlegmatic about his dryden government has shown any real interest in his case Australia has not shown an enormous interest in 'em and I think he's very abandoned and almost only divided the two countries it's also divided ordinary Bulgarians while far right's political rallies have called for pullman to be returned to jail for the murder of a local student as because he's come to pay the worst in every situation Gabriel hirschman ending that

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"frayn" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"frayn" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"But safe at exhausted Kennedy sue indicates arrived at the lodge. Ginny Shasha through Renton was paid for her release into caught on safari in Uganda. When her vehicle was attacked by armed gunmen. She was abducted together with a guy John Pulman gave him as a massive Ugandan. They'd security operation was launched closely monitored by the US who provided drone reconnaissance and intelligence support back home, family and. Frayn's prayed for a miracle. We're just happy that it had a good outcome as well as for her guide as well too. But we're looking forward to having her come home. The kidnap is used as phone to demand half a million dollars. It's unclear who finally paid the ransom, but it was substantially less than the asking price. Foreign tourists did not seem put off by the incident. I feel safe with the personnel here. And I think everything is well organized investigators still have no idea who was behind the kidnapping. But the hunt for the perpetrators continues along the Ugandan Voda, and the country's president has been swift to assure visitors that although he believes the pox safe security will be beefed up dip repetitive. CBS news intimidate Uganda. Back. You're in the US, Maryland man is being detained without bond. After federal prosecutors say he had been planning an ISIS inspired attack with the stolen U-Haul truck. At a popular shopping and entertainment center near Washington. Here's CBS's Kris van cleave. According to court documents Rondell Henry harbored a hatred for non Muslims for at least two years. He allegedly been watching ISIS videos online. Investigators say on March twenty six the twenty eight year old drove to Washington Dulles airport to target disbelievers, but arrived around five AM and found few people. So instead he headed to national harbor in Maryland police say Henry parked the stolen U-Haul, plotted and attack and broke into a boat to hide overnight. But the next morning police found the U-Haul and arrested him and people go to enjoy themselves. Have a good meal. Maybe do some shopping.

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"frayn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"frayn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Unimaginable achievement in the face of hostile media thirties in Uganda have arrested eight people connected to the kidnapping American tourists on safari there with her guide. More from CBS news. Correspondent Debra patta. In Entebbe, barefoot pants ripped utterly depleted, but safe at existed. Kennedy Sioux Dakota arrived at the lodge in Shasha after a rents was paid for her. Release was on safari in Uganda. When her vehicle was attacked by owned gunman. He was abducted together with guy John Pulman gave him as a massive Ugandan. They'd security operation was launched closely monitored by the US who provided drone reconnaissance and intelligence support that code family and. Frayn's prayed for more just happy that it had a good outcome as well as for her guide as well too. But ward looking forward to having her come home, the kidnap is used as phone demont Hoffa million dollars. It's unclear who finally paid the ransom, but it was substantially less than the asking price. Foreign tourists did not seem put off by the incident. I feel safe with the personnel here. And I think everything is well organized. Investigators still have no idea who is behind the kidnapping. But the hunt for the perpetrators continues along the Ugandan Buddha and the country's president has been swift to issue of visitors. That'll though he believes the pox safe security will be beefed up dip repet- Acebes news in tibi Uganda back here in the US, Maryland man is being detained without bond. After federal prosecutors say he had been planning an ISIS inspired attack with the stolen U-Haul truck. And a popular shopping and entertainment center near Washington. Here's CBS's Kris van cleave. According to court documents Rondell Henry harbored a hatred for non Muslims for at least two years. He allegedly been watching ISIS videos online. Investigators say on March twenty six the twenty eight year old drove to Washington's Dulles airport to target disbelievers, but arrived around five AM and found few people. So instead he headed to national harbor in Maryland police say Henry parked the stolen U-Haul plotted an attack and broke into a boat to hide overnight. But the next morning police found the U-Haul and arrested him people got hit enjoyed themselves.

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"frayn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"frayn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Four year old girl has died from the flu and the little girl's father who says he took her to the hospital just last week is heartbroken. WBZ? TV's Beth Germano tells us days later, the little girl took a turn for the worse on my family before we. The people to believing he says pootie rats may became ill last Tuesday. But doctors at Lowell General Hospital said give her Tylenol and take her home. But he knew something was still wrong a C tyrod and sees sleeps when her illness took a turn for the worst last Saturday. He called nine one one. She was taken away in an ambulance. But died later that day leaving him confused about the care she received from doctors. My daughter's sake down knowing she is the third pediatric flu related death. This season a twelve year old boy from Milford and a four year old girl from framingham. Have also died low will public health officials say as tragic as these cases are there's been no uptick in flu cases this year. It's seven oh two. And on the south shore Carver police officer is okay tonight after a close call with some live wires, he was trapped in his cruiser this morning. This all started after ten o'clock after a logging truck failed to lowered spoon and took down some wires in Carver more from WBZ TV's on rita's Rodriguez. Jessica DuPree was on her way. What appointment one her sister called? You. Couldn't imagine the fear. I was having for the whole house. She said it was an earthquake one of the two utility poles. Damaged is connected to Frayn's barn. The impact sent livewires right into her horses. Ped- could've fell on me. She said..

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"frayn" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"frayn" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

"A failed dental student show them, your joy, shea joy. They don't K K that even even their concerns about you failing dental school is just because they don't want you to be unhappy K O, then what you gonna end up getting a job macdonalds that if you have done K, my point is that frequency that. Fibro of joy tells you clients two things one this is really me and mantis corporate industry, make this even more valuable Yana, the rise of it, and the the prominence of it and to you are the product of the product you the product of the product if I am going to be advising Frayn's and plants and so forth. I have to represent I have to have the kind of life that shows that I'm an alignment with what I'm teaching. I have to be the product of the product. I have to run a successful practice before. I can tell people how to do. So so Baio showing don't that's what podcasting all about. It's true. Yeah. I need to get in on this. This. But the point being that if you your joy, your presence, your reflection of who you really are you come to make some ridiculous joke. And you like I'm sorry that was really great about in land. I'm just for people fall in love with you. If in love with you because you're doing the thing they're too afraid to do themself, which is be real. So. What what gets in the way of this. And it's something we talked about before this interview that may merely cited for this interview. And can I can I just always to this? So you know, what he's talking about as being super authentic being yourself this. These are all tactics to building repore, but it's really just about being real being real being authentic and coming to the world with full presence and care and attention K. That's that's all it comes down to. And I hate to to break to anybody out there in this season of case acceptance, but after you do that it does not matter. How you present the case it doesn't matter. What you say is far as is far as finances. It the financial menu will come into play or because of the practicality of what they're actually able to afford rife. But the the answer will be yes before they even look at the financial menu. Right. If you don't if you don't build that report build that relation. Ship build that trust in that first forty five minutes before we asked them for fifteen thousand dollars. It doesn't matter. How you present the case? It doesn't matter. Right. So all the things that talking about is absolutely necessary to enter face to which is actually what this whole season about is is about that's case except and that's like my secret joy with the season is that if you truly care about people and can communicate that and can show them their problems and how you can help them. Then that Ron rather than all of the tactics comes across the lack of sales pressure. The lack of pushiness, and the genuine care and self interest ends up being the best way to help people accept treatment. And go ahead and hit hit something you'd want read in the hov business review. I in my practice. One of the toss of my practice men is to document with a simple, she's going to wipe Gordon office with a simple stroke of of would would've Shelby thing. That amount of every episode of lofta in the practice and job is to just put a dash on it. When we take that data of Lofton of doesn't it who it is..

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"frayn" Discussed on Unchained

Unchained

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"frayn" Discussed on Unchained

"Lot of surveillance built into it. So if anyone does anything shady with their money. Thanks. We'll have to let regulators no via via a suspicious activity report. And that doesn't happen with Email. Right. A g mail does not screen all the messages, and, you know, keep track of who all the centers and recipients are of all the messages, and then cut off people from their Email, if they're caught in gauging illicit activity, but you know, that does happen with the financial system. So in that regard, like, you know, those are really different visions. So how do you square those two kind of visions for what crypto could be? So I think with with respect to Email. I think it's important to note that IMO providers are subpoenaed around the clock for information related to any kind of legal activity from state federal international law enforcement and governmental authorities, so I don't think it's quite so black and white. You're not operating. In Email in this space, where where you're you're actively isn't being monitored. If you're up to bat activity, but I think that look we're talking about value, and and people value enables bad actors to commit atrocious acts terrorist financing is a real thing being a New Yorker living York, your September eleventh is is a real thing. And and that's really that's the overarching goal of BSA AM L. It is not to create a big brother state or a surveillance state. It is to prevent these horrible crimes from happening, and it's pretty darn effective. And I think for the vast vast majority of people there. Okay, living with that reality that, you know, their transactions may be monitored an in that's fine and taking it over to the sort of the market surveillance piece that. Every capital market in the equities, derivatives world has robust market surveillance. Every time you buy shares of apple or tesla. That is routed presumably almost always to in exchange where there's monitoring going on in it. And that is to protect you the the key thing here is consumer protection. It's not, you know, consumer violation of privacy. It's consumer protection in quite frankly, a lot of the providers in a lot of the social networks. I'm not sure they aren't reading everything you send. I I'm Elliot. Every time. I look at a product on the internet. In fact, I was I was listening to a podcast over the break and the same an apple podcast. The same podcast was being shown up in my YouTube feed. So that's Google company. And I was listening to Anapa l- in on an apple device manappl- service. So I'm kind of wondering, you know, these guys aren't just like looking for themselves. They also seem to be talking to each other. So I think that there's a lot of that actually going on. Frayn's now that I think about it. I was cooling something on my apple iphone in safari. And then later my YouTube kept giving me an ad for anyway. Okay. You're right. Clearly, everything going on on the internet is shady so but I wanted to ask you about because you brought up the market surveillance. You have this new technology. The NASDAQ smarts market surveillance technology to monitor the marketplace. A what exactly is that doing? So. So basically, the idea is you're monitoring for manipulative and deceptive practices. So people are trading in a way that's abusive and unfair. And what we're doing here is we're not reinventing the wheel or bringing something. That's so different the table that you don't already experience in. So when you when you trade a sheriff apple through your e-trade account. These these markets surveillance products are working on the exchanges where you purchase that share. And it affords you a safe conduct rules base marketplace in we just wanna bring the same standard to the crypto space in the regulators want us to do that too. And they've made that pretty abundantly clear in terms of the SEC CFCC. They wanna see exchanges surveilling the marketplace for bad bad practices..

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"frayn" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"frayn" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Old-fashioned use something called your brain. Remember, you'd use your brain instead of relying on the phone. But anyway, yeah, no, one cares about the defraying date night date night. All right. Great movie. Then no one knows so true. I don't know. Would you say drivers clearly it wasn't. I never saw that movie. But you know, no, one cares about the do Frayn's. You're caring that they're getting closer to your name at that point. I am saying here on the show convene owner, John ESPN radio that you have to have some sort of patients because I'll tell you what as you get older too. You start to lose your patients. If I go out with my family, and they say anything like even relatively reasonable like it's a Friday night. So I just happened to be going out my family's in visiting for holidays. And they're like, yeah. Camino party of seven party seven you. It's going to take him into it might take forty minutes might that'll be like, nah, I'm outta here because my dad's older and has zero patients when that's kind of reasonable on a Friday night for a big party. I'm with you. I think you gotta be within reason on how big your party is what night is what is what time. And then, you know, again, like, you know, what is reasonable to you. If it's if it's an average day. Day. And you're waiting more than fifteen minutes. I don't know if I could do that. Twenty minutes is fine half hour to forty minutes is the limit. I forty minutes is my overall limit ultimate when you hear our you like, Nope. There's brunch spots in New York and LA where I've seen people say, oh, it's an hour and twenty minute, wait. I'm like an hour twenty minute, wait run errands. Do this how in twenty minute, wait. And then there's some restaurants. They won't take your reservation. Lest you're there come on. But I think we can all agree that even if you're a relatively patient person. And you just want to have a good night out and going to date anything over an hour because here's what feels weird to. If you don't have those reservations, you're going on a date. It feels real awkward feels like you're not VIP at all. When you're waiting around for more than an hour with someone trying to impress. Oh, by the way. Avenue is one thing to take out of this Travis don't go to a non reservation restaurant on a first date that could be an awkward forty minutes awaiting or it could be a forty minutes of like. Yeah. This dates not really going. Well, so keep that in mind. And if anyone knows what happened to Frayn's, please give us a call eight eight eight say ESPN a couple in date night. They took the triple horns reservation. So they took the Tripplehorn treasury people wanted to kill people wanted to kill them charts. I see. Well, maybe that's a fake waiting to happen. Maybe that's why people don't do that. All right. So I'm going to give you the office tip of the day. And we got more. Well, no officer for the day. And I want your prediction for the games tomorrow. Oh, wow. Super Bowl next on convene on rich..

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"frayn" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"frayn" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"So he he'd borrow demo Frayn's in in the pro shop just to his his his father was a janitor. The local tennis club is parents were were immigrants to the United States. From Sierra Leone. His dad was the he and his twin brother who could Franklin. They his dad was. Yeah. A janitor. The local club in nice to be able to play. Their results says she says FRANZ would Bora demo friends from the pro shop or pull discarded rackets out of garbage bins accommodating, his strokes and groups to the way each played. If his hand skills ever catch up to his first step and enthusiasm. He could get real good. He's still a better athlete than he is a tennis player, which I think is probably a pithy. What we were saying what we were saying that Mary Greeley said it better. She said it's a pity. He wasn't to better an early age. Retro fitting stroke production is difficult tearing down and starting over is not easy either. He's a good kid with a big engine. And he plays his third round match tomorrow on cool number three, which is off air recall. The Australian Open say that is one of the many places to be as we leave. You. It is two three forty thirty Gubbay mcgary. It is one forty one eight AM. Do you know Matt Roberts where you're much pointers is certainly and I'm sure a despairing David law in in up censure doesn't either we've been the tennis podcast booty in association with the telegraph. We will get Briggs on some stage. Hopefully, very soon we tried to get one today. But he genuinely is working so hard that he's unable to you. But we will get him on. We'll get vis he's written. Plenty of interesting stuff in the telegraph. Check that out we've been tennis podcast put Unisys Asia at the telegraph. Our executive producer is tennis balls dot com, and our mascot is Rio with a Y is a wonderful dog. We'll see today..

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Ocean Dead Zone

Brains On!

01:37 min | 4 years ago

Ocean Dead Zone

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