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Keith Getty Describes New Album 'Confessio,' a Love Letter to His Irish Heritage

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:49 min | Last week

Keith Getty Describes New Album 'Confessio,' a Love Letter to His Irish Heritage

"Book. But we're here to talk about your album. Tell us my friend. Confessio, this goes back to Irish American route. So you're in Nashville now, but you're from Ireland, and your wife is from Ireland. And talk and talk about the album, confessio, brand new album. Will you kindly interview us before sing global last year? We started the family him saying and did sing global all last year through the pandemic. And then we were honestly our heads were just fried. And so we went home for a year. So 7 days after 7 days after sing global, we flew home, 9 11. It's an easy day to remember, getting in a plane. On 9 11, we flew back to Ireland, and we stayed in Ireland for the whole year. Like John Lennox and C. S. Lewis and Allison McGrath and many other people who you know, we come from that tiny little north coast of Ireland and we spent the year there. And this album really is a love letter to that. You know, we, you know, we come from this place that Christianity is 17th centuries old that until the 1980s gave more missionaries per capita than any country in the world. South Korea and I give the most. And but also, but also this connection as you brought our four daughters who are all American citizens. He brought them back. We're all born in America. As he brought them back to their heritage and explained to them, here's been kind of donegal or John Newton's boat came in and he wrote, begun to write amazing grace. Here's here's where beat on my vision was written. And here's our culture and we began to realize that even as musicians that everything from country music to bluegrass to gospel songs to ship note hem the day to American and Appalachian music are all outgrowths of our own scotch Irish tradition that we have. And so this album was just really, I think it's a love letter to our

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Frey wins 2nd term as Minneapolis mayor after bitter race

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

Frey wins 2nd term as Minneapolis mayor after bitter race

"Minneapolis voters have reelected mayor Jacob fry after a bitter race that focused on calls for changes to policing and racial justice seventeen candidates ran for mayor in Minneapolis including many who took issue with the way incumbent Democrat Jacob fry handle changes to the police department since one of its officers killed George Floyd last year election night results but fry with about forty three percent of the overall vote and he collected enough additional votes as voters a second or third choice under the ranked choice system for election officials to announce him the winner the mayor positioned himself as an opponent of an amendment to replace the police department with a new public safety unit voters defeated that proposal with about fifty six percent opposed analysts say the passage of a separate amendment strengthening the mers powers means failure to reform policing will fall squarely on fried shoulders next election cycle I'm Jennifer king

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With pitchers fried, Braves' Fried tries to win World Series

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 weeks ago

With pitchers fried, Braves' Fried tries to win World Series

"The brace is four hundred one chance to wrap up their first World Series title since nineteen ninety five blowing an early four nothing lead in Sunday's nine five loss to the Astros Atlanta fans might be panicking given the team's recent struggles to close out series but Braves manager Brian Snitker says his players have already dealt with high stakes playoff games and our battle tested its pressure in the NLCS you're trying to get here we all want to finish his job under no pressure I mean we're one of two teams remaining in our sport and there there's no you know that I don't know that these guys a I I've sensed any kind of pressure out of these guides internally Backstreet gets the ball for game six against Houston's Luis Garcia freed was hit hard in game two loss surrendering six runs over five innings I'm the ferry

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 Another postseason dud for Fried when Braves need him most

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | Last month

Another postseason dud for Fried when Braves need him most

"On the strength of a four run second inning rally Houston Astros leveled the World Series at a game apiece with the seven to win over the Atlanta Braves with the game tied at one the bottom four hitters in the Astros order came up with four straight singles Jose Altuve a finished two for five with a home run as Jose or TV became the first Mexican border pitcher to earn multiple wins in the World Series by holding the Braves to two runs over five innings game three is Friday night in Atlanta Adam small lane Houston

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"frieder" Discussed on #M?llistMist - der Podcast

#M?llistMist - der Podcast

04:01 min | Last month

"frieder" Discussed on #M?llistMist - der Podcast

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"frieder" Discussed on #M?llistMist - der Podcast

#M?llistMist - der Podcast

02:33 min | Last month

"frieder" Discussed on #M?llistMist - der Podcast

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"frieder" Discussed on #M?llistMist - der Podcast

#M?llistMist - der Podcast

04:52 min | Last month

"frieder" Discussed on #M?llistMist - der Podcast

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"frieder" Discussed on #M?llistMist - der Podcast

#M?llistMist - der Podcast

04:31 min | Last month

"frieder" Discussed on #M?llistMist - der Podcast

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"frieder" Discussed on #M?llistMist - der Podcast

#M?llistMist - der Podcast

05:31 min | Last month

"frieder" Discussed on #M?llistMist - der Podcast

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"frieder" Discussed on #M?llistMist - der Podcast

#M?llistMist - der Podcast

05:58 min | Last month

"frieder" Discussed on #M?llistMist - der Podcast

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Biden Doubles Down on Bold-Faced Lie About His $3.5 Trillion Bill Costing 'Zero'

The Dan Bongino Show

02:12 min | Last month

Biden Doubles Down on Bold-Faced Lie About His $3.5 Trillion Bill Costing 'Zero'

"Showing Here is Biden just openly lying to you again like the media is lying to you about there's a vaccine mandated Fox even though they know it's not true Here's Biden saying a $3.5 trillion bill is not only now he's doubling down on the likes he has no respect for you Not only is he saying it's going to cost you nothing Now he's saying this is great Not only is it going to cost you it's going to be a tax cut You're going to make money off this Here check this out Cost of the build back better Bill in terms of adding to the deficit is zero Zero Zero Because we're going to pay for it all In addition to that half of it is a tax cut Okay go eat something I don't have a cut coming for a while I want surprise you I promise When I see your head yeah you got some You got some time here Whatever you eat there go grab some Looks good Is it what a burger That's all I want to know It's not chicken fried steak when you are a Texan now Your New York bona fides are done Don't even go back to New York They won't even let you back in It's a good thing consider that a badge of honor So there he is Biden openly lying to again and as I said in the opening segment of the show you don't lie like this to people if you respect them If you care about them you only lie to people like that when you have a hatred in your heart for them You have zero respect for them right Now Biden knows full well that the $3.5 trillion percuss bankruptcy Bill which will bankrupt a bankrupt us and cause inflation like you've never seen before in your lifetime It'll cause a flood of 3.5 trillion brand new printed dollars in digital dollars to chase goods that don't exist I'm just asking you liberals out there even though your skulls are quite thick For a second to just digest something kind of in a common sense nugget If you're already acknowledging we don't have stuff It's locked up in ports because Biden couldn't figure out how to get people to work and truckers the truck and longshoreman to do it because he's anti supply side and supply side services If we don't have a lot of stuff now and there's shortages Do you think printing 3.5 trillion more dollars to chase stuff that doesn't exist What do you think that's going to do

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Too Many Locations (MM #3859)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Too Many Locations (MM #3859)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. You see people talking all the time about the employee employment shortage these days and what's going wrong and where you sit on the political fence kind of determines your view on everything. I was driving down the road the other day and realized something. We sometimes have too many locations of fast food places, and that may also be part of the reason why we have such an employer employee shortage. I was driving down a road here in Nashville, which kind of spans about three or four cities. From Nashville into some of the suburbs. And as I was driving down Lebanon pipe the other day, I realized I just passed three KFCs within the span of about 5 miles. Straight line all on the same side of the street, three Kentucky fried chickens. Do we really need that many KFCs that close together in the same neighborhood now I realize there are three technically different suburbs, but at the same time do we need that many? How many more burger kings or McDonald's do we need? Yes, I realize we like having the convenience of something nearby around the corner, but could that be part of our problem too? We're overbuilding just a thought process. I could be wrong, but it's got me wondering.

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Too Many Locations (MM #3859)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Too Many Locations (MM #3859)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. You see people talking all the time about the employee employment shortage these days and what's going wrong and where you sit on the political fence kind of determines your view on everything. I was driving down the road the other day and realized something. We sometimes have too many locations of fast food places, and that may also be part of the reason why we have such an employer employee shortage. I was driving down a road here in Nashville, which kind of spans about three or four cities. From Nashville into some of the suburbs. And as I was driving down Lebanon pipe the other day, I realized I just passed three KFCs within the span of about 5 miles. Straight line all on the same side of the street, three Kentucky fried chickens. Do we really need that many KFCs that close together in the same neighborhood now I realize there are three technically different suburbs, but at the same time do we need that many? How many more burger kings or McDonald's do we need? Yes, I realize we like having the convenience of something nearby around the corner, but could that be part of our problem too? We're overbuilding just a thought process. I could be wrong, but it's got me wondering.

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"frieder" Discussed on Behind the Bima

Behind the Bima

02:42 min | Last month

"frieder" Discussed on Behind the Bima

"Next still alive and well beautiful. I wanna follow up. Then we'll invite the other abbots to to chime in as well so tell us about your your entry into jewish music and the encouragement of the represent. Sal obviously those who've been big fans of yours for a long time. And i have since my youth still in my youth but since my youth know that we see you as taking on jewish music is a type of lucas that you're using the stage the platform the microphone to inspire hidden to to bring jews to draw them close and while for other jewish music or music in general stars. It's a platform for nasa for livelihood alone or it's a way to increase their advance their name and their and their honor for you. At least it seems and those who are close to you a no. You certainly attest to this. It's really a personal lucas. Only taking a song which you feel in your kiss which will bring you and others closer to sem using it. The hesse that you do to connect with people the volunteer in hospitals in sick people and to bring joy to people's face. I know people have worked very closely with you. I was talking to earlier today when he was on buying. The my. you mentioned you very much. Started his career. You encouraged him when you heard him as a young child and you continue to inspire today and he told me he said freed is the exact same offstage as easy onstage. He's that same that joy for life. That's smile that enthusiasm so you bring a very different approach attitude. Ba- rumor has it. You weren't eager. You knew you had this talent but you were not eager to take it in a very public way. And it took the encouragement of the rabbit and other satanic tickets backstage a little a little buying the be my tesla but about that story so it really all started. I was about four years old. And we were neighbors right next door to represent mother davidson hannah shoveling and there were times that my mother would go visit. Take me along and she would say zinc Sing something and i was a little boy. I would go behind the curtain and seeing some bad songs if this is before tiny another double. So i would imagine. I sang some bad songs. And she wants told the elder husted how much he loves listening to reminiscing and that one day without doubt Exactly the quote. Something to the effect that cloudy Enjoy his singing. And that's it the rest. Is this theory. I guess the reverend knowing that i caused the brought some not hostile. His mother took the time to answer me. I was at the time. I was putting up my first cd which was entitled for cd first album. Which was called no jew will be left behind. Get that idea from..

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Fried sharp, Braves blank Brewers 3-0 to tie NLDS at 1-all

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | Last month

Fried sharp, Braves blank Brewers 3-0 to tie NLDS at 1-all

"Runs have been at a premium in the series the brains behind starter Max freed beat the brewers three nothing to even the series at one free worked the first six innings on three hits and nine strikeouts three relievers finished up for the shutout the performance was a microcosm of how will free pitch toward the end of the season the top of the order did the damage for the Braves Freddie Freeman and Ozzie Albies had RBI hits in a two run third inning off brewers starter Brandon Woodruff Austin Riley added a sixth inning solo home run Chuck Friedman Milwaukee

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Fried, Riley power Braves past Phils; magic number down to 1

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Fried, Riley power Braves past Phils; magic number down to 1

"The Braves have reduced their magic number to one for clinching their fourth straight NL east title by whipping the second place Philly seventy two Austin Riley provided a two run double and three RBIs for Atlanta which can wrap up the division by winning on Thursday Max freed is seven oh with the one point four six ERA over his last eleven starts after holding the Phillies to one run over seven innings of his fourteenth victory just wanted to be able to go out there and can keep us in the game no not this line of couldn't explore and in ninety seconds long scissor type came close came that that was kind of my job today Aaron nola gave up three runs and seven hits with two walks and four strikeouts I'm the ferry

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Rosario Hits for Cycle, Leads Fried, Braves Over Giants 3-0

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 2 months ago

Rosario Hits for Cycle, Leads Fried, Braves Over Giants 3-0

"Eddie Rosario hit for the cycle Max freed worked seven innings as the Braves beat the giants three nothing to end a four game skid rosaria cycle comes a month after Freddie Freeman did it for the Braves Rosario completed the feat with a single in the ninth freed allowed three hits while striking out five in his twelfth win Atlanta is eight and two in his last ten starts neither team scored until Adam duvall's two run Homer in the seventh the outcome cuts the giants lead in the NL west to one game over the Dodgers I'm Dave Ferrie

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Black Garlic: An Amazing Health Powerhouse!

Diet Science

02:50 min | 2 months ago

Black Garlic: An Amazing Health Powerhouse!

"This week. We're talking about black garlic black garlic interesting. Yeah most people have probably heard of just regular fresh garlic with it's very strong smell and taste and it's crack kinda crunchy when you need it but Black garlic Is can a different. It's it actually. Is fresh raw garlic. That has been fermented so it changes through this fermentation process and actually turns a black color. And that happens through something called the molly yard. Reaction is basically when the like natural carbohydrates within a food start to change as they are exposed to heat and they kind of caramelizes. So it's kind of like you know. Mad reaction is when you caramelized onions or when you fried potatoes or something you see the the sweeter tastes. Come out when you do that. So is it for minted. The black garlic is actually fermented. And that's what makes it different. And what's really interesting is this fermentation process brings out more antioxidants than just regular fresh garlic. Oh no kidding yeah. It's it's actually not all that different than when you take a rock cow like raw chocolate and it usually undergoes a fermentation process and that brings out the the taste and flavour of chocolate. Which isn't really present or noticeable in just the raw like if you just opened up a cow fruit and took one of the little beans out and ate it. You wouldn't really taste chocolate one but the normal way that Cacao beans are prepared prepared. Is that the first step is to ferment. Them so they usually they do that in the right in the rainforest where they grow and they just scoop them all out of the pods and then they cover it up in With banana leaves. And then they let it ferment. With garlic it's done a little bit more Like a regular commercial process of doing that. So what what it does is it's It's fermented for a period of time under a high temperature and under a high humidity so the humidity is going to be about eighty to ninety percent humidity. Which is the moisture. And then the temperature is going to be between one hundred and forty and one hundred ninety four degrees fahrenheit which is about sixty to ninety degrees celsius and so it is kept this usually for like a few weeks and in the process. What happens is the garlic turns a black color like i mentioned and then it also loses that really pungent

"frieder" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

09:31 min | 3 months ago

"frieder" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"All the time. I wonder if we're taught me how to detox. Somebody and mike had a disciplined structured approach to getting people off drives. I won't learn that he was one of my heroes early. I mean there's some incredible like pioneers and in the beginning when they used to use buprenorphine as just a detox met for opiates and then now obviously converted into all of these maintenance and that's controversial. I don't know if we're to be time to get into that. I i would. I would argue that fundamentally the the issue is finding the right treatment for the right patient and that is something that very few people are trained to do and so most of my peers that know how to use suboxone are just think that's the answer. It is not the answer. Ladies and gentlemen totally as a tool to be used carefully addition in in a setting where you understand why you're using it for that patient how long you're gonna use it what to expect and it could be forever. The and one thing i like about it is that enables the attic to get out of the routine of the copying of the using gives them some some space that lifestyle locked the like about. I think that a detox from that medication is essential. Otherwise we're not getting anywhere. We're on maintenance agreeing right correct in those of you that iran two milligrams or one milligram. I get it. I get it and i don't know you just make sure you're in good hands the but the thing that's disastrous in in the landscape here in southern california is we have of guidroz number of programs out there run by either people that just got sober. And we're going to do the do run programs or even worse people that are professional and really. Don't understand this disease which is frankly more descr disgusting to me. They're addicts is just the adequately the addict and shame on anybody that goes to a program is run by somebody that's been so six months. Please don't ever do that. Run from ego. And that's i find the most toxic kinds of treatment where there's like ego attached to the treatment and virtue outcomes matter most of them in their recovery. What they're doing. And i think that there's like this really dangerous element to it and it is like a coal and unfortunately in southern california. There's many of those happening and because our mission is always been helping people get jobs like that's my husband's passion. It's all about helping. People that have been disenfranchised in their addiction and basically find meaning and purpose. And actually as you as we all know here like your whole work. Life gets decimated. And i i want to keep. I'm sorry. keep bringing up here. But that has been his really thing lately is that we're going to find a place that gets us to go write a check. Checkbook is how to get a driver's license. People don't appreciate how decimated not only that but it takes somebody who is feeling terrible about themselves and gives them purpose and direction and self esteem. And you've got to build it back up. Just i actually in my own mind. Distinguish between recovery and full recovery full recovery means. You're back you're working your flourishing. You're engaged in some sort of therapeutic process. Your traumas during manage dave fully recovering fully and. It's an ongoing process. But it's but it's not just the recovery talent you think. It needs to be introduced early in the recovery. The idea of thinking about. Oh your future self lying gonna be in terms of my work life. If that's not address. I think so often. I'm going to speak about this. That and dave and i were talking about this to people end up doing the spin dry. They go through twenty thirty forty treatment centers and become like a professional patient. Saying all the right things and so getting them out of the loop of that system where they're just constantly going from treatment senator treatment center By giving them a sense of meaning and purpose like we've supported and financed people starting dog walking companies. Like we had this one client. Who had this idea of when people go into treatment. Well what happens their dog their beloved like mo most only loyal animal and so the idea was that people would watch dot he would watch the dogs and so we were helping to fund that and get that off the ground and to a charity for it and so it's really about helping people have meaning and a sense of identity out there in the world. I completely agree. And yes even one of the biggest challenges right. Now is getting millennials engaged in this process because they are hopeless and helpless and loss. And you know The bob was telling me the most common interaction he has now is like he's going don't you want to. Do you want to sit in your patient. Your mom's basement your life spoken poverty when with your life their responses. I don't know what do you want me to do that. Dead inside and so we In terms of dealing with homelessness to this this piece is paramount. I think we. I think one of my little things is the least pretend to homelessness. We need to build communities that people can thrive in first and then translate somebody outside world. It takes acclamation to particularly for people that are homeless and have co mental health. To actually just like. Oh here's a house to live in. It never works. Were about the government's gusting and and frankly murdering people at that politics him up at a hotel and then the hotel kicks him out and we're back to square one again and blaming the clients is also the thing that i find so disturbing. Um that idea of somehow the client resistant will hold on a second. What's happening with you. Treater resists. I've never had a business that they you know. The blaming them for it. Our government is blaming californians for all of their shortfalls water electricity forestry homeless they're blaming us for their inability to do their f ing job. This is a prime example of that they just will not change direct bureaucrats. Just that's the enemy of the day because they can't change direction they can't look at things objectively. They can't listen to people actually know what they're talking about. They just have agenda. And that's the agenda and it's killing people right. Now he's in california particularly so we're we're come or coasting towards the end of our time Is there other things we need. I miss anything. In terms of controversies or issues in a drug treatment. I i would just say you know for those. You're looking for treatment out there. Well here's the. I guess we got to talk about this. So many people come to me with desperate stories polly diagnosed etcetera etcetera and the resources. For care what do we do with those folks well for one. You know you have to really dial down who what your resources are and what you're going to be giving these people. I mean but the from the patient family side our side. I'll from the patient. They need to do right afterwards. They're like i you know they're they're litter describing. Somebody needs six months of care. And i have no money. I know insurance now. Don't be it's really. it's really hard. You know the national alliance of the naomi. Have you ever reach out to or no work with them. I don't know if they're they have. They have well. They have Ability to answer to very specific questions. Okay oregon national instrumental. He'll do that and you could call them. I mean obviously we all know about alanon and a and narcotic beating golden meetings hands. I need help. What do you guys have the community here. That often times the people that we help to me or probably you. People are completely burnt out and been through you know. It's often family reaching out to me. So i always say here's one thing you can do the i'll do anything i'll do anything. Okay i'm i'm ordering you not recommending or new thing there's this thing called alanon eleven alanon. You might learn how to do the dance. Ladies and gentlemen change your dance with the identified patient. Yeah so. I mean those are. Unfortunately you know there isn't a lot. There really isn't what i've noticed with. Its work but there are a lot of little. I wish i had some sort of. But there's i know lots of little funds out there you know i think The comedy community is now developing a sort of music assistance programs. And they're all these little or sources out there to want to help and fund. I don't know a a centralized place where people go to work. What can i get access to shocking that that doesn't exist that i think that's needed and that and that is why we do above ground. The the event the above guy is another. It's another resource about their website. Up there is not but tom. I'll get on that maybe above ground could be the central place go above ground every day. Even if you fund just somebody to go pull it all together in one spot and updated. It would be so helpful. Just lit up grumpy that it would be.

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"frieder" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

05:35 min | 3 months ago

"frieder" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Can tell you unfortunately through the whole cova thing being on zoom easy we miss so much and yet i totally agree with you. It's two bodies in space. That are necessary but zoom accomplish way more than i thought it would be. It's impressive because a lot of we do is cognitive behavioral stuff and you can do that across for sure but we gotta be in the room got to be in there. Let me speaking being. I forget gary okay. We've been talking to you but we're kind of at our five hundred episode right. We're getting there. Yeah yeah. What does the gentleman's name that brought this table. This is the whole studio has changed here and i've been neglecting to talk about this. His instagram is at pans underscore tale. Oh my god thank. You pins underscore tales because this is the most amazing improvement in the studio since the actual walls will were built in. And i'm glad we're having this sort of conversation At the table because part of the atonement is what we can do face to face here before the table is a linear thing. We were side by side. That doesn't know if i if i could just chime in on the grief thing. Is that what. I've learned. Because i've had my share of traumatic experiences. Is that as people struggling with trauma. We do everything we can to avoid grief everything we can to not feel it to distract. That's what helps you helps. People fall into addictive behaviors that are detrimental and destructive and grief is actually a gift for healing. You have to be women. You're right you have to be willing to feel it is. That's new for you to walked into degree for even aware that for a while i've actually started doing a lot of grief work interest and you know it is and i've actually had sessions where they are designed for me to grieve while as openly as freely as vulnerable as i could be an interesting that we got into this topic. Right when you're in the middle of it If you look at the big if you zoom out into the big picture. It's not that shocking. It's actually right on the money in. Speak and i would say that that the fundamental if you're having trouble processing what we're talking about here if you've had a major trauma let's say it's at the hands of a caretaker the illusion that caretakers are omnipotent and completely available for your safety and your wellbeing shatters and that's the first thing that must be craved. Yeah and that's that's the tough tough many other groups that also have to be the world's not save. I'm not who. I thought it was all that stuff needs to be group but the one with the caretaker is the one that's really rough and the grieving of that of the parent that you wish you had forces you to go inside and have your own in our parent which is kind of more like ifs. Work which. I'm also. I consider all family system where yeah the re parenting inner parent which which to some extent you know the the holding the frame the f. T. all that stuff has the elements of all these things. Yeah and the other thing that bothers me. Now let's get into the the treatment and by the way although we're talking about important landscape one of the art the artistic elements in. What we're discussing is wind to apply these various treatments for a given individual in a given state of treatment. Like if we take a meth addict fresh off a two year run and tried to do this stuff is going to work and be it might make things worse absolutely and their variations on that theme a heroin addict or an opiate addict new new in usually a lot of trauma with the opiates and trauma. That can be inconvenient. Siting and make things i get them. Sober we gotta give them stable and sobriety. We've got there's all kinds of their stages to these things absolute and this is what. When i see people out there saying things i you're missing. The root causes rv addiction. It's trauma the idea if you have bad enough addiction that you need to see mir burning your childhood trauma for sure sure and you're a drug addict hundred percent. In fact i was giving a lecture one time. And i was gonna say that and and of colleague might don't don't say always don't say always i went okay so we got up to the podium doctor so and so in advisory not always so let me reframe what. I'm going to say if you were bad enough addiction that you need to see me. It's one hundred percent problem. You always one hundred percent probability based on my experience and in which case you have no choice but to treat the addiction furka correct correct and until that part of the patient or client. I should say in. This case is is stable. And he'll you can't really do the and that's the magic of a skilled team and professionals doing it in its proper ordering its proper time so those of you who have bought onto the world of they just need a place to live. We gotta deal with trauma. No yes yes. Those things are true but it's way more involved than that and it's it's a and by the way clinical practice on how you feel about this bernie that very few people are trained to do understand fully have been exposed enough to the disease of addiction to understand what they're facing. i. I always say that. The disease of addiction in its active.

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"frieder" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

07:08 min | 3 months ago

"frieder" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"So we're a little bit worried about you with it too because i've seen a kind of trigger people and and i and it's just like work with their mood but it kind of put them in that space but i could tell her thinking was it tends to be really clinical. Yeah and it tends to pathologies the the client in a way interesting medical. Something's wrong with me. I in this clinical environment do thing. That's why i say again. I focus on the set setting intention and integration. Because that's the real work in. The real healing isn't in the experience. It's in what you've learned from the experience and how you put that into practice into your life so dave is flirting with profound and difficult terrain there. Which is you know. How do we get people to participate in their treatment. How do they get to the place. where that. Kind of insight motivates ongoing work. How does it work actually happen because lot of people can talk like that and then not do the work you know. It's this is the magical spot for me which is how do you get you know. It's like they used to say the old joke. How do you get a psychiatrist to take to screw in a lightbulb. One but after the light bulb that issue of that wanting motivating whatever that magic is that the human spirit becomes willing to change. I guess it's the change stitch formative part that happens. Not necessarily as dave pointed out so eloquently in the actual medicine experience the integration afterward because so much emphasis placed on. Oh this person's blasted out on these drugs. And everybody's so hyper focused on that. And i believe missing the bigger piece which is when you have a history of trauma that you actually feel safe in your body and then being. Mdr therapist to for me. What i often do in as dave pointed out twos in the integration. I like to bring in what they learned from the actual journey so it's sort of a cognitive processing at the end of the experience. Well it's being able to hold positive affect because at with traumas we know. There's an inability to hold positive affect you know the other thing this this integrating phenomenon. I had a weird in my own therapy. Which is mostly focused Yeah i love that. And but i had to have a cognitive frame before i felt safe going in noticed through therapy i kept always understand it when understand i understand and once i got it up here then i could walk into the experience. A very weird. But that's me. That was the one thing onto that. Also with the psychedelic. Workers at eight is part of a multi disciplinary approach. It's not just the psychedelic experience. I also have a therapist. I also practice yoga. I do breath work. There's a. There's a number of things that i i have to do for myself to feel in my body safe home and i think that would bernie was talking about with the safety aspect and being someone who survived a lot of trauma in my life with the psychedelic journey. I'm able to access some of those scarier more traumatic moments in my life. Because i feel safe and health. You wanna mention your documentary of anybody. Wants to hear more about your traumas. Oh i did it documented. By the way. I love thank you so much i did. I documentary about the murder of my mother. When i was fifteen years old. And it's called morning sun. mou are in. I n g s o n. and i i struggled with putting that out but i really felt that it could hopefully help people feel less alone that are going through similar. Oh boy so morning. I get the feeling even gotten into what i want to get into. But there's so much everywhere but but but i. this is a wholly other path and we'll try to make it short. But i feel like one of the i mentioned wanting to change and getting the human engaged in it i feel like grief is one of the primary blocks people. Pe- humans will do anything not to feel grief with her all the time with families with advanced aging and all this stuff and it was just even now. They've cove were not dealing with grief properly at all in order to change real change. You have to a part of you has to die. You have to feel the grief and you have to move into whatever it is. You're meant to be and i personally experienced. I swear to god. I was depressed for about two years in my therapy and i didn't even realize it and i was looking back on it. You know. i think. I've been depressed wakeup years but but i haven't changed m effort and it's because of that change that i was having this sort of grief reaction and i. I don't know how we get through. I think all spiritual stuff maybe helpful but go ahead one of the things i was gonna say is. Unfortunately the culture doesn't make room for loss and death. there isn't really a narrative. Denial about it right. So there's this illusion of just forever land and unfortunately there isn't really the ability to frame it for people so that when it actually happens and we come close to losing people or actually death. I think people tend to be in shock for a lot of it and they talk about you know of course. Elizabeth kubler ross's five stages. The first one being denial and so that that level of being sort of numb and out of it. I think that as a therapist myself and holding space for them. I think it's critical that you find a spiritual way into that for them and holding space. I'm sure david understand this but could most people don't really understand what that is holding the frame that is the people. I want to emphasize this if you if you look back at where we're coming up on the five hundred episode here right gary. Yes garrison listening to music. I think we're coming up on the five hundred episode soon. And if you look back across most of these podcasts you will see me talking about. The power of two skulls brain's changing other brains and we don't change by ourselves we just don't and we need that frame. I and and the safety of that frame and the the intensity of focus and atonement. That's necessary for the actual other brain to start to grow and that's another thing. We don't make enough. No attachment focused. Therapy is all about feeling scene and just gazing in the deaad diabetic relationship of just the therapist and the client so much happens just without and i.

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What if All Food Was Square?

Kottke Ride Home

02:05 min | 3 months ago

What if All Food Was Square?

"Have you ever been eating dinner and thought this is great but i really wish my entree insides were all the same size and shape. Maybe identical rounded squares. Well square eat heard you and are here with a weekly meal delivery service. That's exactly that food in the form of identically sized rounded squares as the companies deck spread around the internet this week people had trouble figuring out if it was for real. But according to the company's chief marketing officer maria laura florez who spoke to the today show and the over one hundred fifty thousand dollars. They've raised in funding on. We funder it absolutely is quoting today. The miami based company squarely uses processes like low temperature cooking and thermal shocking to turn foods like chicken beef broccoli rice and more into precooked. Fifty gram square patties. The small squares are designed to be consumed in either four or six piece meals for piece meal boxes from sweet break chocolate pancakes to mediterranean. Ciba's asparagus in zucchini range in price. From five fifty to seven ninety nine wants delivered the squares stay fresh for two weeks or more and can be eaten cold or prepared in a variety of ways including sauteed in oil heir fried or warmed in the microwave and quotes and one of the big things that the company is trying to clear up. Is that these aren't meal replacements. The foods that make up the squares are the actual foods. The chicken is just chicken. Sweet potato is just sweet potato albeit they do come spiced but squaring insists there one hundred percent natural ingredients. It's just how they're prepared that thermal shocking process. That gives them their strange futuristic appearance but my biggest question is why i mean sure. It looks kinda cool. But what is the advantage of the square. As best as i can figure it out from reading several articles ranging from bewildered to scathing square. It says that the shape makes it easier to mass produce their gourmet techniques so that they can make high quality. Food more affordable.

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D'Arnaud HR backs Fried shutout as Braves beat Orioles 3-0

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

D'Arnaud HR backs Fried shutout as Braves beat Orioles 3-0

"Travis d'arnaud celebrated his new contract with a two run Homer in the brave seventh consecutive win three nothing over the Orioles the blast came just a few hours after d'arnaud signed a two year sixteen million dollar extension with a club option for twenty twenty four this game gives a lot is is it blew my mind a little bit fortunately personally to and that's that's all we needed you know and next came in and shut the door give our bullpen I stay off and did it so efficiently it was it was a very fun fun day Max freed allowed four hits in his first career nine inning complete game free days for now with a zero point six seventy are eight this month the end of lease leaders don't Baltimore its sixteenth consecutive loss five off the team record set at the start of the nineteen eighty eight season I'm Dave Ferrie

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25 Million Liberals Who Favor Socialism Should Donate Everything to the Government

The Dan Bongino Show

01:31 min | 3 months ago

25 Million Liberals Who Favor Socialism Should Donate Everything to the Government

"Liberals in the country. Regular listener. Mind this guy Brian, who's been emailing me from years. Former Wall Street. I've been very smart, liberty oriented, dude. He emails me a lot, and he sent me some numbers, and he's right. There's probably At least 25 million radical leftists in the country. So why don't all 25 Million of you show us how much you hate capitalism and love socialism, forfeit away your property, sell your property and then just donate the money to the government on the Treasury's website. You can do it. There's nothing stopping you from doing it because I'm sure you think your big daddy government from each according to his abilities to each according to his needs will take care of you and you'll get the money back. And why don't you do us this favor so we can all be assured you're not a phony and a fake and a Fried. Why don't you post the canceled checks? Because we would really love to see that post the canceled checks the check you wrote to the Treasury on Facebook or whatever Screw tube whatever communist platforms you love to use. Why don't you post the canceled checks on there and lead by example? That would be a powerful statement, wouldn't it? 25 million radical leftist Americans who swear they believe in socialism and hate capitalism. And one of the tenants of capitalism is the freedom to own private property. If they all sold their private property. That would be quite a donation that could add up to potentially hundreds of billions of dollars. You could make a real dent. Why don't you do it? Because you won't because your phone ease or you just don't know anything, you know? I told this story in the past soap.

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When and How to Safely Feed Whole Grains to Babies

Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy

02:11 min | 3 months ago

When and How to Safely Feed Whole Grains to Babies

"Now when can we do whole grains for babies. I mentioned that there is a lot of misinformation out there. People will say things like babies cannot digest whole grains. They certainly can they just whole grains in fact. It's thought that a baby's anatomy is actually capable of digesting the majority of nutrients as early as three or four months of age. Of course we don't feed those nutrients at three or four months of age because babies not safe to swallow anything except breast milk or formula. And just because they can do. It doesn't mean they should because there could be some other negative caveat that talked about early introduction of gluten for example increasing the risk of ceac disease so from a physiological standpoint. Yes your baby can digest whole grains and we start feeding foods other than breast milk or formula at around the six month mark but sometimes parents will think i should do the refined grains because there's so much gentler on the baby's gut and that's really not a benefit and that's certainly not true. There's no data to suggest that digestion of refined grains is easier on the baby than the digestion of whole grains. Yeah tastes a little bit. Longer to digest fiber and fat and protein compared to just carbohydrate. But that's a good thing. So how can we feed babies whole grains if you think about the list of whole grains and if you've heard of things like barley or brown rice. Buckwheat bulgar millet popcorn. We don't feed popcorn two babies that certainly a choking hazard but if you're looking for a good whole grain snack for you as an adult heck yeah. Popcorn wants to go. Put a ton of butter and salt all over but we also think about things like keen wa in amaranth. These are examples of whole grains but they tend to be really small pieces right so a baby would require their pincer grasp in order to pick up a very small piece of keen law. And i don't know even like you and me. I got a great pincer grasp. But i don't wanna be eating keen wa with my fingers so we generally can feed these whole grains which can be challenging for babies to pick up prior to having their pantograph. We can feed them in a fritter format. So i love to take cooked whole grains and make them into fritters which are fried cakes or patties that have usually an egg or some sort of other binding agent in there. You can mix it with cooked vegetables with other protein. It's a great thing to do. If you have like leftover farro or leftover

A Look Back at the 1983 KFC Massacre

Ghost Town

02:49 min | 4 months ago

A Look Back at the 1983 KFC Massacre

"It was one of the most infamous crimes ever committed in east texas. Five people kidnapped from kilgore. Kfc then shot to death now. Thirty five years later. One of the men convicted could soon be set free on september twenty third. Nineteen eighty-three kim. Tyler stopped by kilgore texas. Kfc or and eleven pm to see for mom. Mary was still working to her shock. She found the restaurants door open and blood covering the floor. Kim ran out screaming. This begins one of the most mysterious texas mass slayings and as you can imagine. There are a lot of texas mortars. Today we're gonna talk about the infamous kentucky fried chicken murders so like we said on september twenty third. Nineteen eighty-three mary. Tyler was thirty seven. Opie hughes thirty nine. And joey johnson twenty or on-duty at the kfc and kilgore david maxwell twenty one employees at the restaurant who was off duty and just kind of hanging out and monty landers only nineteen was a friend of theirs and they were both there to visit with joey. The restaurant was about to close. It was likely around eight or nine pm in this two hour between eight or nine. Pm and eleven pm. When kim tyler found the blood inside the restaurant something terrible happened the next day. Five bodies were found by an oilfield worker off county road to thirty two four. Were shot point blank in the head. Their bodies were all pointing north. The fifth was found a ways later one of the women who was assaulted and facing a different direction. Obviously the town was shocked. Close-knit everything you'd think of conservative. Leaning as the police started investigating they started putting some of the pieces together. But since the murders happened between county. Lines ruskin greg counties. It meant it was already a contentious investigation. You'd think about an investigation anyway especially at this time. Nineteen eighty-three probably didn't get all the evidence. Maybe not as thorough as they would have liked and so this complicated things even more soon. The texas rangers also be involved appointed by the department of public safety to keep the case. Organiz sensing the tension between the two different counties. Two cousins from tyler. Romeo pinkerton darnell hartsfield became suspects just weeks after the killings but joe records at the time falsely indicated. The men might have been in jail at the time throwing the cops off their sent though. Hundreds of tips poured in more than a decade. When by before rusk county grand jury began meeting to an indictment in april nineteen ninety-five. The grand jury charged. James earl mankins junior. The son of texas representative with five counts of capital murder. Mankins who had conflicted pass to say the least and his wife deborah who also became a suspect had tied to the scene. There was a fingernail found on the victim's clothing and mankins was missing the same looking fingernail and the to fit while he was charged with the murders he was later released after beginning of pretrial proceedings due to a lack of conclusive

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Melissa Victor, Host of Stoopkid Stories, on Exploring Race, Equity and Injustice With Children

Podcast Movement 2021

01:56 min | 4 months ago

Melissa Victor, Host of Stoopkid Stories, on Exploring Race, Equity and Injustice With Children

"Coming off the heels of all of the uprising in america. That happened during the middle of twenty. You know kids were so much more aware one because they weren't focused on being in school all day and All they had was their tablets. Tv's they could just see all of the terrible injustices happening in america. And of course. I wanted to be part of a project where kids who were getting this negative Picture from the media can also switch to podcast where them they are celebrated. They are affirmed and they have an opportunity to learn about themselves in other people who may not look like them In contrast what we will see in in the media in. I thought it was so important that we started at the route. You know for a young black girl or young chinese boy or young latino girl to sit and listen to these stories like all this is me this is why am i like fried chicken analog kimchi or we lay off edges and then we put rice water out here like we do all of these things in. That's amazing into watch that grow to stories about. How do we enter. Maverick identities having interact with other identities. And then get into the icke part. Okay now interacted with these other identities. What happens when someone who doesn't look like me Interacts with me in a harsh way. How would it my feelings around that. How do i how do i navigate that as a five six seven. Eight year old So watching the trajectory of the series. Go from this. Is who i am and this is how i deal with. Other people was a great magical in very fulfilling

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Pandemic Lockdown: A Boy Toys Dilemma

Joseyphina's World

02:11 min | 4 months ago

Pandemic Lockdown: A Boy Toys Dilemma

"Twenty nineteen was robbie's best year yet while people grumbled wishing that the year passed quickly. So they could see what twenty twenty held for them. It was his turnaround here. He was a struggling graduate from a humble home. Whose only source of income came from the occasional modeling gigs gut for either commercial shoots or fashion. Runway shows ravi taken to drinking to cope with a feeling of disappointment which had become his constant companion on his last day in the dark tunnel which was his life. It started just like any other his father calling him a bump with the mornings greetings. His mother giving him the sympathetic look and defending him as a preamble to fight. That had been stewing between the couple for days. Ravi went over to a friend's place where they're wild away. The time playing video games checking out the snaps and insta- stories of hot checks after sharing a meal of red read fried plantain and beans from the neighborhood's best food join play slipped a greater part of the afternoon away around five pm robbie's friend. Leslie had a phone call. By the time the call ended he was beaming. My bb just called going to the club. Tonight i'll definitely get enough to see me through the week. Leslie said excitedly rubbing his palms together your bb which one. I thought your girlfriend dumped you. Because you're broke nece exceeded your cuteness but you see. God works in mysterious ways through the heartbreak. I met a wonderful well established woman who was willing to nurse me back with love and of course money. you mean you have a sugar mummy. Yes the city is brimming with them. You see all these big women in their big cars. Were sunglasses everywhere. Because they don't want you to see their faces. They're all looking for some young male vitality to pump some fun into their prison like. mary lives. come to think of it. Why don't you come along with me to the club. My bb can hook you up with one and you wouldn't have to worry about what to eat anymore. Is that why you have stopped looking for work. You're being spoon fed by a married woman. Drop that self-righteous tone before. I reconsider my offer to take you with me. Fake it till you make it right. You gotta do what you gotta do before you get your big break. Then when the time comes when you're being interviewed about your journey to success you can come up with that rags to riches story that people like to gamble on our media. Are you coming. I guess there's no harm in trying right.

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"frieder" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

04:23 min | 4 months ago

"frieder" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"Healthy. I'm on north ridge hitting the wrong button so the existence of black aiding starts with an origin now be unhealthy that that's where this starts like eating things like fried food aid healthy right so the origin of that eating like Chits hurtling things. They healthy healthy. How eating like beef and pork day healthy we all of that like like hamburger ups give me two of them extra cheese extra relatives extra mail. Brit all of that. You're froth fool you won't smell to all baloney we fry we've fraud bologna. We fraud bread. We fraud ice cream. We didn't have ovens dog. This is our existence of our people. This is how we had to eat like we showed massa that the bak- tastes good skin and this bacon and then all of a sudden is i. We don't eat these hitler though we will eat these intestines. You ain't up on this. The entire existence amar eating has been unhealthy like we didn't even realize it was healthy like fast. Fried eggs fried chicken fry. Whatever like is an exception something bait. Is it exceptions like all we barbecue or nowhere grilling like this whole thing is. It's a whole experience is like uncle. P big bro. You know somebody you're fairly. Get too big bag a charcoal carrying it like like. It's a baby on the shoulders right. It's like a huge theme right big deal. That's an exception. So what do we do with the grease you ask. What do we do with the grease the same thing you guys do leftovers you reuse them. You reheat them degrees as a part of the stove dot. It's an assess serie. The crisco can't sits on the stove between tween one of the four is in the back. It's an accessory it goes. There you pick it up and wipe off the grease on the bottom and or something underneath it and then you put it back there. So it's available using that greece all purpose for the fish but a chicken anything. You put a net pen. You use a net greece. You remix it. It is in time and time again. We buy a lot of stuff very often. We might have to get new toilet paper and we might have the change out a lot of different things but that greece. That's years apart of the family. Like the grease repair writ dog. So we absolutely keep it and it was by the way that a healthy the grease. What was it like crisco. And this is another one too man committed. Like if you don't even have the turn on the fire you deport in a pain in. His stars bubbling say. This greece is so absolutely. We saved degrees. Thank you for the call. Represented shot to three zero five. And if you at three oh five. Oh my god trick. Daddy you know cynical of his interviews recently. Hope god doing all right. Now we'll be back on monday to breakdown game five. Is that jalen rose. We're not done. Were not done..

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"frieder" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

02:05 min | 4 months ago

"frieder" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"Greatness starts with the g we love your voicemails some of the best content. We've ever put on the podcast because of you our listeners and calm ninety eight zero jalen leave us voicemails. We'll put them on the show just like this one girl which all man oh shut outrage that right away. I got a cultural reasonable universal question. I'm confused If you fry food we know make tries or whatever you know question about the as mayton question is at the food all right. What do you do with the oil that you. Maybe you fry fries chicken. Y'all john the lead in pot you know. Oh he just put a top on the pot leaving few days. Go fries memo. Saturday Try something game something again on. I don't know. I don't know but that's my. That's my question i wanna know. What do you do with the oil and the coach reasonable thing. Maybe you know people that like jalen do something different people that look like Coke i personally like jalen but you know it is what it is eighteen from three. Oh five south florida whatever you wanna call it jalen jacoby. I gotta go down through showdown. Here's something gets out rich one. I love him so much. A part of the family. Please continue to call and be one of our producers sheltered at three. Oh five and i'm just going to say this. I already see my toes in that miami beach saying a lot. This is like. I wish my shoes right now in detroit already in that same already. You go see footage jimmy sir off doing a jaded kiss. Pull up on south beach but shell so i.

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"frieder" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

01:47 min | 4 months ago

"frieder" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"Did. There's a record. There's a koby record with phil and without feel the dramatically better with the ladder. They brought him back it. Did jerry west who happens to be the logo in a laker. Legend has a statue in front of the building. It was like memphis. you know. That's trae pau. Gasol to lakers get his brother market. Return that was actually a win win. Margaret souls terrific player time. They needed the experience and the versatility pouch assault. So what the lakers did you want portland to do not only as dame to stay with the new coach and don't overlook what happens with. Cj mccollum in this dynamic. You and i talked about their office. Says being really similar. How bolted of together in the back court is can be challenge in particular going against some of the more elite shooting guards and or lee guards in the game and so that may be an opportunity to get some value other than dame is moving. Cj mccollum but what you have to do is not panic. That's the important thing would also do something about it. And like i said in my ear do you move. Cj mccollum to philly. Would i get your business. Emmerson retired like you cata star being creative about what you do your squad and not.

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"frieder" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"frieder" Discussed on WTMJ 620

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"frieder" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"frieder" Discussed on KPCC

"Like I'm in I a frozen don't blame prison them I and just I can't went full escape Donner party and my an old life pair is of a shoes frozen Shawshank redemption sure we haven't seen the sun in months without our slowing families down is have cari crazy pushed me into cabin the hotel fever eyes in our marriages have I all scurried come inside to an end and immediately did what every Minnesotan what we does shall I prevail hit the bar the days make it long and the cold I presses ordered a big on glass but of Burgundy we in as a side a sturdy plate of midwestern fried potatoes people that I put my we pockets thrive for under warmth the quiet falling snow and twenty hours of darkness a day one day very soon right I around sat next me to June an older airplane a airplane green pilots daffodils stand who was drinking will sprout black coffee out of that thirty the smell crunchy like cigarettes patches snow in the skin by the was front just crispy door as the fried chicken I wing know robin redbreast we had a big will bushy appear cowboy mustache and then be and secured worn out uniform by a falling icicles that look like something you'd find in a vintage and costume then my friends shop will signify he said I'm spring I just can't do it anymore think I can't about take the it treacherous mid wins June in is the only blinding a hundred snows and ten days I'm gonna away sit right here on this bar I'm trying stool on my bathing until things suit fall right out now he so said let's that put at another his age log on he the wants fire to spend and watch more time as the with white his wife walkers come out they've of been the married woods for to forty devour two us years and it's that's about time why we she keep had a husband our cars was against around us more we stock it would up be on nice crossbows to do normal married and we things keep together the flood he lights said on night you know and day some of those couples activities because it I may see as people well doing be the like apocalypse riding tandem we bikes wouldn't in even circles know around jazz we'll brunches be making hot cocoa and making babies a woman sat down next because to a misery man without even looking loves he reached company out and squeezed her hand and we aren't in that going knowing anywhere way we here that spoke in Minnesota of decades of to get of togetherness people she smiled pulled back in Frieder hand this was not his wife he said sorry your about that ma'am my eyesight is getting is fuzzy as my memory she said that who might be a problem I am so for a pilot excited about this make welcome VJ he said I your tree I'm out not a pilot I just like the uniform have you ever realize that all those pilots who flowing you around the country might have just been con men in hats I have as I headed to my room I noticed this was a creepy hotel one of those places where no one checks in under the real name and everyone pays in cash this way the cops can track them down when the drug deal goes wrong or they realize they put a hit out on the wrong guy the white curtains in my room were yellowed with the legal cigarette smoke the heating unit was one of those attached to the wall the pretends they have multiple settings but really only has two louder and.

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"frieder" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"frieder" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Already a pretty good level. John, Don with him two to four June. If you championship games he just never won the game. But again, going back to that all I can think of is Bush mbacke ler when. When Steve Steve Fisher took over for Bill Frieder, who was leaving to go state tournament started. And he was like, no you're fired a Michigan, man. It's going to be coach Michigan. A Michigan man is now coaching Michigan John Howard. And we wish him all the best of luck. So what to make of what happened in game, one of the NBA finals? Let's break it down. We're delighted to be joined now by NBA champion and knows a thing or two about hopes. Richard Jefferson is joining us. He joins us courtesy on the shell just he just joins us. Let's. Here understand in this world do the reads and the result make sense. So we're gonna talk hoops, the thing that the thing that I took away from game. One is maybe the most generic way to look at it is one team look rusted. Another team. Look, amped is that fair. I think there is some of that I think would you look at the way the Toronto you know, the three through seven players played. It was a lot better than the warriors. The warriors played a pretty solid game. But I just don't think the warriors played the defense that they needed to play on the road in a game one. They didn't play the defense. There wasn't enough resistance in that situation in order for them to come out with victory and the raptors were sharp, obviously, we can't talk about Siaka but just their entire team. It was a balanced attack talking to Richard Jefferson on the shell Pennzoil performance line. So Richard event and of this one with Siaka. We know during this. Season. He'd be a great defensive player for them. But this kind of offense production is this, something that now we think we can count on for Toronto going game, and maybe not career highs, but this level for them in that part of their game. Well, I think Siachen has been balanced player all year. He he's probably the leading candidate for most improved player. His scoring has been fairly consistent. He's been the second best score for this team. The, the entire postseason, obviously, fourteen for seventeen is not something that you're going to see when I talk about resistance, this mangoes fourteen for seventeen has thirty two.

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"frieder" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"frieder" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"She would have I think Tammy would have really gotten a kick out of this season as she would've shoot of enjoyed things. Auburn success in Alabama's failure. Yes, sir. Yes, sir. See I'm the top that I don't really or know how to spell the meaning of of the word shot and Friday, but she would she certainly enjoyed it. When Alabama was was was was fairly. Hey, great to hear from you. Harry is up next in New Orleans. Good afternoon here. Call seems like a month since I've spoken to you. It has been a month after those first collars anyway tall. I have a question. The new rules were we're we're in the Sweet Sixteen. Now, we no longer allow play in teams to hang around this late in the tournament. All I know. Well, if I don't think they will. But it it's LSU should win this championship. Would would they be the first team to have a win it with a assistant coach to see? The it happened in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine the university of Michigan fired Bill Frieder who apparently had accepted another job and believe the athletic director was both sham Booker. And he fired him Steve Fisher took over and Michigan ended up winning the national championship. Well, I I didn't know that Paul. I appreciate it. I knew if anybody would know you would ball. So I'm looking forward to the rest of the oil. No. But I I didn't know that folks ball. Thank you very much. Now, that's a great call gets to a point. He makes a point. He moves on. He doesn't start deviating equivocating blow the aiding. Can't think of another word that ends in. Jack is up next in Virginia. Hello, jack. Hey, paul. Show. Call great to have you on now. We'll talk later basketball after this CS go. Okay. All right. Do you think that ministration ready to get rid of Holly? And you know, even even her three players. He's still the question again. Offer as an as an opinion as I don't know how they can keep her. I really don't. I mean, she's she is not she failed in every regard. If Tennessee wants to Tennessee, Alexa, key, Holly Warlick as as as women's coach them good for them. But she wouldn't. I would I would I would have fired her today. Hey, Paul, you know, even two players who lift or still in turn. So and now her mail her players her coaching ability. So I think. She's she's a she's done. She's done what she was asked to do. She took over for Pat and the program has progressively gotten worse. So I mean, it's not a very difficult decision. This is not something that that requires deliberation. I'm sure everybody from Tennessee administration wanted to give back in town late last night and enjoy the the wind, but I expect her to be gone. I mean, unless Phillip Fulmer and the university of they're just decides that they want to continue on with mediocrity and a very valuable program, which lady vols are based on we call. We get five six calls a day here about the lady valve people really do care and people want change. Thanks for the call. Do appreciate it. We're up against a break. Your phone calls at eight five five to four to seven to eight five back. With more.

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