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"gaul" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

06:07 min | 2 weeks ago

"gaul" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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"gaul" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

06:07 min | 2 weeks ago

"gaul" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

"Doodle over what to do new us do not Who to to water thief. Who who do not you not love or not only do de i food new fina beshir time danny anna own who can onuma donald. We were very anti the be. He'll wanna can.

"gaul" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

06:06 min | 2 weeks ago

"gaul" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

"Also i was. Sunday mandate ila who and allow who ideally myth. New demon tabby niane. Who do him shea. Sierra pie among identified opportunity macadamia camper. Halla halla or manipulating. A fantastic kip among rangpur hallam. Masha lawyer bs up. Michelle odin were. I d the to mind. It's i did this. Among violently onto about what an bacon percent mysogony nearly shop to see ma panera yo- d- some pointing f. m. o. Near if the broadcast determine i on what. The ring patio vijay f. m. marsha older mind manure to well. Goose boggles was buying the book. Guests near gratified. Ry mammon radio dot. Why young kayak on you a gammerman. Merican radio factory be seminoma why some piece lemond then member. What immonen south dakota guitar. Yeah matter but never mind. Body komodo marine yeah are streaming ubani new way way way dot fi dri m. dot com lingering humber loss at the polo marais arizona via come up at halacha bacon lily security stabilan saberi an idea informasi radio for 'em savannah dot. Yeah your show so you. Can you see commander in virginia..

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"gaul" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

06:06 min | 2 weeks ago

"gaul" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

"Also i was. Sunday mandate ila who and allow who ideally myth. New demon tabby niane. Who do him shea. Sierra pie among identified opportunity macadamia camper. Halla halla or manipulating. A fantastic kip among rangpur hallam. Masha lawyer bs up. Michelle odin were. I d the to mind. It's i did this. Among violently onto about what an bacon percent mysogony nearly shop to see ma panera yo- d- some pointing f. m. o. Near if the broadcast determine i on what. The ring patio vijay f. m. marsha older mind manure to well. Goose boggles was buying the book. Guests near gratified. Ry mammon radio dot. Why young kayak on you a gammerman. Merican radio factory be seminoma why some piece lemond then member. What immonen south dakota guitar. Yeah matter but never mind. Body komodo marine yeah are streaming ubani new way way way dot fi dri m. dot com lingering humber loss at the polo marais arizona via come up at halacha bacon lily security stabilan saberi an idea informasi radio for 'em savannah dot. Yeah your show so you. Can you see commander in virginia..

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"gaul" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

05:00 min | 2 weeks ago

"gaul" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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"gaul" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

05:00 min | 2 weeks ago

"gaul" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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Are You Happy?

Fresh Anointing Show

04:21 min | 3 weeks ago

Are You Happy?

"What makes me happy with. Without the spirit of god i'm going to always be stumbling and fumbling and trying to find happiness and all the wrong places but when i trust god and i follow him and the spirit of the lord dwells within me. His word lives within me. His spirit lives within me vest where the happiness comes from another thing that we have to understand. I'm happy because god orders my steps. He establishes my path. I'm happy because morning morning new mercies. I see all that i have needed. A his hand has provided for me. That's what makes me happy. Great is his faithfulness. The faithfulness of god makes me happy. I'm happy because god's grace is sufficient for my ever need truly happy person is happy because god showers them with favor. A happy person is An example for others to imitate a happy person is one who does not walk in the counsel of the ungodly that happy person is led by the spirit of law and walks in the spirit and follows the wheel and the way of god happy. Are you happy a are you living your best life happy. That's that's the key is the when we when we trust in the law. He would lead us and got us indirect us. That's why the psalmist says you can't. You can't stand in the way of the ungodly if a person does ungodly things. How can you trust them with advice for any reason. The ways of the righteous are the path of peace and happiness your footsteps of ordered by the law not by the world standards by the word of god and not by deceptive ungodly schemes and karnal people paul says like this therefore if anyone is in christ jesus he is a new creation. She is a new creation. Goal has passed away and new. Things have come. You see the old person that person before. Christ right has the and the new person now walks in the happen. As in the joy and the peace and the inwood grace that is displayed through the outward walt with god which is demonstrated when you have been transformed by the renewing of your mind and you present your bodies as living sacrifice. A wholly unacceptable unto. God which is your reasonable act of worship if you want to be happy. Don't stand in the way of the center in other words. Be careful with the company you keep because sometimes the company you keep will corrupt you. They will influence you in the wrong way and in negative ways instead of positive ways. Even though i'm a senator saved by grace and not by works made alive by the holy spirit. Revive resuscitated from death. Through the power of the holy spirit through god. Ask still have to make sure that. I'm choosy of who i hang out with. The psalms also talks to us in that same same song and he tells us that we ought to meditate upon the word of gaul. Which will help us stay away from the evil ways of life meditate to think deeply and focus your mind for a period of time in silence. Own the word of god

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"gaul" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

01:58 min | Last month

"gaul" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"One of the points of Mr Gaul said, is that certain countries have quote a misplaced sense of the national interest was served by protecting multinationals there attacking companies like an Amazon and Google. I did not see Alibaba or by do you mentioned And they also seem to forget companies like Airbus, which seemed to Enjoy the favor of certain European organisations. So it's not about making a level playing field. It's about making an advantageous playing field for the European company. I did wonder about the absence of Chinese multinationals, whereas I understand that there's very little transparency about the tax regimen whatsoever. Do you think that was an accident that those companies were left out of this report, or is the always CD not strong enough to take on the PRC? I think that they understand that. American companies versus Chinese companies play by different sets of rules where the Americans will optimize the Chinese will evade and they simply are not ready for that fight. Chris Wiggle is the CEO of scholar dot com, which is a global multinational corporation doing business in the digital space. A similar to other companies that are doing very well, Thank you very much out of Silicon Valley, no matter how the Washington stories resolve, but right now You might not be interested in the always CD to borrow a paraphrase. But the always d D Silicon Valley is interested in you. Scholar report. Scala global technology firm transforming the retail space with digital signage, Chris Regal, the CEO, and I'm John Bachelor, and this is the John Baxter Show. Take advantage of the fastest.

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Midnight Moment - burst 1

The Midnight Patriots

09:37 min | 4 months ago

Midnight Moment - burst 1

"Her. Hey Patriots. Pulse pardon hair with your midnight moment. It's just after midnight here in the Mall High. Command Center and the paper PRICES DOT COM studios. So let's get a rolling. So if you're listening right now, it's after midnight and in some parts of the country, it's a little after two am and you've got to be answering yourself what in the hell is the midnight moment what it's doing well, we're GonNa, use a midnight moment to provide quick quick updates of topics that are usually bugging the shit out of or that we have a particular Gigolo support for You know we're also going to provide some background and clarification on topics. We can't devote proper time to during the actual podcast itself and we're GONNA use this to respond to contact from our listeners like you. I I want to say thank you to all the followers that we've received since we launched the world. Premiere. The support has been outstanding. So welcomed, everybody all the Patriots from see shining see. Decided to follow and give us a listen. We received a lot of feedback the world premiere move just psychotically fast and hop topics really quickly, which in hindsight is completely true. Probably because we were severely over caffeinated but not the word that only happens all the time. So hence, the midnight moments segment that we're doing now A. Particular feedback about my opinion on mess and more importantly they. Have contacted me wanted to know why hold? The position that I do that cloth master complete bullshit and that. Even. The end ninety five and surgical masks being worn in public are of no help and I will be happy to explain that and we'll get into that just a second. So I want to make very clear here that I am not overall gist. Not a doctor I don't possess a medical degree. That said what I do have is I've taken in past Osha ten and thirty turning as it pertains to respirator guidelines. Now Couple things about that. Osha the occupational safety hazards administration like it or lump it. Is the foremost expert on protections for the workplace as it pertains to many things. A lot of people are saying, Oh, listen to the experts. Well, the problem is, is that the so-called experts also answered Osha that's right. The CDC. If they give their people, the wrong equipment and somebody at ends up getting sick. Guess what Osha Steps in, find his shit out of them. So that's something that you need to understand. So What we have here is a complete and total conflation and misunderstanding of what masks are and what they do. There's also a conflation and complete misunderstanding of nomenclature terminology as it pertains to. What respirators are for? So I, want to start by saying that there's a respirator for every job. and. To be very specific what you'll find out if you do your research and by all means, don't trust me look it up for yourself. And Ninety Five, mass nine, ninety, five masks are designed for contaminated environments. So they're supposed to protect you on the inhale, but the exhale is set completely out into the air. So if the Douche not standing you know. Close to you within ninety five mask actually has Kobe Nineteen, any hails. If he has it the virus, the airborne pathogen goes right through the mask and offers no protection. That's number one number two. Surgical masks are designed for sterile environment here the argument a lot. Well, why don't? Or why do medical professionals wear masks in a surgery room I mean, what are they aren't they trying to protect people from viruses new They're not surgical masks do not protect against viruses in any way shape or form. We'll get into that in a minute also when you put on a surgical mask and you walk outdoors all the particulate matter dust dirt excetera. Rendered those masks useless and a non sterile environment? Okay. So understand something and ninety five and surgical masks. Are designed for a specific purpose. Okay designed for specific purpose. Further, neither one of them actually are rated to stop airborne pathogens. Now that distinction is very, very important. That's very important distinction and one thing that you'll find is. Viruses, especially, with the airborne type are what's called sub-micron. Now, what does that me I'll try to describe this in a way that that is a visually acceptable to everybody involved. Okay. So let's just say that you're looking at a at. A soccer goal and the goal has a net on it. If you look at any mask close enough, you'll see the fibers somewhat connect that soccer net. Okay. Now if you throw a basketball at the soccer net. It's going to stop the basketball, right? So considered the basketball dust particle. It's going to stop it. If you throw soccer ball at its, it's going to stop that to. Throw a smaller soccer ball at it it'll stop that. It's A tennis ball at. Tennis balls probably going to get through. Gaul. At. It. Golf balls definitely interf-. Now throw a single bb or pellet. At that same net goes directly through. so by comparison, dust particles are even larger than the aforementioned basketball and a virus is even smaller than the BB. So, does that resonate with anybody? In order to actually protect yourself from an airborne pathogen like an airborne visit. You need actual containment in an independent agent supply. Let me back that up for just a second. I actually went today to have been one, thousand, nine, hundred tests I know I know funny. Mavin minor surgery Monday and I had to get the test. No big deal. So it was one of the drive up locations and. Gave my information. And the guy that comes over is actually wearing a full face shield helmet with an independent oxygen supply to do the nose swab. Basically, confirming everything I've just said I asked him I said excuse me Sir. Why are you wearing the helmet? And he said Oh requires the can protect myself from the virus. Now. That actually happened not twelve hours ago. So. Medical professionals know. The Truth and what I just said. Osha people are people that are Osha Ten thirty certified and had the training know too. Military members veterans who have trained with respirators in. Gas Masks. Know that there is a filter and a respirator for. Single situation. That brings me to cloth masks. If cloth masks work. And they stop aerosols again, all you're doing is stopping the for the basketball. In not stopping the BB. You can drive a matchbook car through highway tunnel, but you can't get A. Mack truck. Through a standard paper towel tube. It just doesn't work. There is no science. It's bullshit. Now. If you. WanNa wear a mask it. It's a placebo measure in you think it helps whatever floats your boat man. But I'd like to tell all the Cairns of the world. Who say? Oh, just wear the mask go fuck yourself. You, wear your mask. Let me do I WANNA do. You're not helping anything. You're not protecting anyone it's a myth. It's a placebo effect, and if you don't know what that term is placebo effect, look it up. It's a confidence measure for a test group when anyone trying to run an experiment, get the picture. That was your midnight moment Massar Bullshit where one if you want the lead me out of it. Enjoyed, your midnight moment for July Twenty, four, twenty, twenty. If you did be sure to give us a following get notified new releases subscriptions would be very appreciated. But know that you being here with us is enough for us. Sleep well I. Remember the Constitution is not a suggestion.

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Midnight Moment - burst 1

The Midnight Patriots

10:54 min | 4 months ago

Midnight Moment - burst 1

"Patriots Paul Spartan here from the Midnight Patriots. So one of the. Feel about anchored now. When we started this insanity, we always tell people. The reason we do this is because insomnia sucks almost as bad as tyranny. We would have these conversations between ourselves the group chats. Throws, things like that. We thought, hey man, you know we should just record a podcast, but the more we looked the more expensive became. We Cross anger. Anger gives you all the tools you need to do this to make your voice heard and get your voice out there. You have an opinion you gotta use anchor everything from recording to editing to distribution that you'd be all the tools that you need. To allow you to record your podcast right for your phone or your computer. Anchor covers distribution by getting on Apple. spotify and many many others. I mean how you can make money right from your own podcast with no minimum listenership. It's everything you need in one spot in one place simple and effect. Get yourself anchor make voice her. Hey Patriots. Pulse pardon hair with your midnight moment. It's just after midnight here in the Mall High. Command Center and the paper PRICES DOT COM studios. So let's get a rolling. So if you're listening right now, it's after midnight and in some parts of the country, it's a little after two am and you've got to be answering yourself what in the hell is the midnight moment what it's doing well, we're GonNa, use a midnight moment to provide quick quick updates of topics that are usually bugging the shit out of or that we have a particular Gigolo support for You know we're also going to provide some background and clarification on topics. We can't devote proper time to during the actual podcast itself and we're GONNA use this to respond to contact from our listeners like you. I I want to say thank you to all the followers that we've received since we launched the world. Premiere. The support has been outstanding. So welcomed, everybody all the Patriots from see shining see. Decided to follow and give us a listen. We received a lot of feedback the world premiere move just psychotically fast and hop topics really quickly, which in hindsight is completely true. Probably because we were severely over caffeinated but not the word that only happens all the time. So hence, the midnight moments segment that we're doing now A. Particular feedback about my opinion on mess and more importantly they. Have contacted me wanted to know why hold? The position that I do that cloth master complete bullshit and that. Even. The end ninety five and surgical masks being worn in public are of no help and I will be happy to explain that and we'll get into that just a second. So I want to make very clear here that I am not overall gist. Not a doctor I don't possess a medical degree. That said what I do have is I've taken in past Osha ten and thirty turning as it pertains to respirator guidelines. Now Couple things about that. Osha the occupational safety hazards administration like it or lump it. Is the foremost expert on protections for the workplace as it pertains to many things. A lot of people are saying, Oh, listen to the experts. Well, the problem is, is that the so-called experts also answered Osha that's right. The CDC. If they give their people, the wrong equipment and somebody at ends up getting sick. Guess what Osha Steps in, find his shit out of them. So that's something that you need to understand. So What we have here is a complete and total conflation and misunderstanding of what masks are and what they do. There's also a conflation and complete misunderstanding of nomenclature terminology as it pertains to. What respirators are for? So I, want to start by saying that there's a respirator for every job. and. To be very specific what you'll find out if you do your research and by all means, don't trust me look it up for yourself. And Ninety Five, mass nine, ninety, five masks are designed for contaminated environments. So they're supposed to protect you on the inhale, but the exhale is set completely out into the air. So if the Douche not standing you know. Close to you within ninety five mask actually has Kobe Nineteen, any hails. If he has it the virus, the airborne pathogen goes right through the mask and offers no protection. That's number one number two. Surgical masks are designed for sterile environment here the argument a lot. Well, why don't? Or why do medical professionals wear masks in a surgery room I mean, what are they aren't they trying to protect people from viruses new They're not surgical masks do not protect against viruses in any way shape or form. We'll get into that in a minute also when you put on a surgical mask and you walk outdoors all the particulate matter dust dirt excetera. Rendered those masks useless and a non sterile environment? Okay. So understand something and ninety five and surgical masks. Are designed for a specific purpose. Okay designed for specific purpose. Further, neither one of them actually are rated to stop airborne pathogens. Now that distinction is very, very important. That's very important distinction and one thing that you'll find is. Viruses, especially, with the airborne type are what's called sub-micron. Now, what does that me I'll try to describe this in a way that that is a visually acceptable to everybody involved. Okay. So let's just say that you're looking at a at. A soccer goal and the goal has a net on it. If you look at any mask close enough, you'll see the fibers somewhat connect that soccer net. Okay. Now if you throw a basketball at the soccer net. It's going to stop the basketball, right? So considered the basketball dust particle. It's going to stop it. If you throw soccer ball at its, it's going to stop that to. Throw a smaller soccer ball at it it'll stop that. It's A tennis ball at. Tennis balls probably going to get through. Gaul. At. It. Golf balls definitely interf-. Now throw a single bb or pellet. At that same net goes directly through. so by comparison, dust particles are even larger than the aforementioned basketball and a virus is even smaller than the BB. So, does that resonate with anybody? In order to actually protect yourself from an airborne pathogen like an airborne visit. You need actual containment in an independent agent supply. Let me back that up for just a second. I actually went today to have been one, thousand, nine, hundred tests I know I know funny. Mavin minor surgery Monday and I had to get the test. No big deal. So it was one of the drive up locations and. Gave my information. And the guy that comes over is actually wearing a full face shield helmet with an independent oxygen supply to do the nose swab. Basically, confirming everything I've just said I asked him I said excuse me Sir. Why are you wearing the helmet? And he said Oh requires the can protect myself from the virus. Now. That actually happened not twelve hours ago. So. Medical professionals know. The Truth and what I just said. Osha people are people that are Osha Ten thirty certified and had the training know too. Military members veterans who have trained with respirators in. Gas Masks. Know that there is a filter and a respirator for. Single situation. That brings me to cloth masks. If cloth masks work. And they stop aerosols again, all you're doing is stopping the for the basketball. In not stopping the BB. You can drive a matchbook car through highway tunnel, but you can't get A. Mack truck. Through a standard paper towel tube. It just doesn't work. There is no science. It's bullshit. Now. If you. WanNa wear a mask it. It's a placebo measure in you think it helps whatever floats your boat man. But I'd like to tell all the Cairns of the world. Who say? Oh, just wear the mask go fuck yourself. You, wear your mask. Let me do I WANNA do. You're not helping anything. You're not protecting anyone it's a myth. It's a placebo effect, and if you don't know what that term is placebo effect, look it up. It's a confidence measure for a test group when anyone trying to run an experiment, get the picture. That was your midnight moment Massar Bullshit where one if you want the lead me out of it. Enjoyed, your midnight moment for July Twenty, four, twenty, twenty. If you did be sure to give us a following get notified new releases subscriptions would be very appreciated. But know that you being here with us is enough for us. Sleep well I. Remember the Constitution is not a suggestion.

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"gaul" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

05:23 min | 5 months ago

"gaul" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"And totally escapist, so as the pro golf tours ease back into business and recreational golfers rekindle their passion for getting outdoors and getting easily aggravated. Maybe minus if you bunker rakes car-sharing those. Those Awkward Chess Buffs the shack show will be in your view ready to offer the sports last independent voices sticking up for what really matters each week I'll interview a wide array of Gaul, smartest finest and most compelling minds as we attempt to gauge the state of the game, and sometimes I'll just chime in with a quick take on those inevitable first world golf dramas, so listen and follow the show on the iheartradio APP. Apple podcasts are wherever you listen to podcasts. We're.

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Andy Bettles coach of World Number 5 Elina Svitolina

The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

05:29 min | 6 months ago

Andy Bettles coach of World Number 5 Elina Svitolina

"How everybody and welcome to another episode of passing shot meets where we are joined by Andy. Battles catch of world number five Alina still, Lena. Andy Welcome to the show, it's a real pleasure to have you on. I've gotTA confess. This is the first ever policy shop meets. We've done with top coach liked yourself, so we're of course really looking forward to it looking forward to learning a bit more about. Toward Life on the WTO and teams Italy as well, but of course before we get into all of that. How has lockdown down? Life been treating you? Have you been able to get back onto attended school? Being out. Of being really been outside tennis Tennessee. Because on a member of a club, so. allowing guests, whoever and every single call where I live. In South West under so fully booked to the movement. When again now that I'm still yet to Have you not a wall next to where you live that you can just kind of play against. The backdrop for something well could do that. For Longer. It no more times. It'd be great to see so many people out on the lake or court spur. We normally see that like post. We're mood and date with the boom. Yeah I guess it's because of the current situation, but I think I'm from Tamara. The rules are relaxing, even more say. I guess that we even more people wanting to get out and about. Let's let's. Begin and you're actually the first coach we've had on on the show. You said welcome and thank you very much for aching the time to come on. Of, course we know you as Alina. Salinas coach. I'm sure of our listeners will be aware of that as well, but let's kind of go back to the beginning. And if you could just tell us a bit about how you how you go into tennis. When when did you start playing it yourself? IOS I was really young when I started alike can say three or four. When I started picking up a Racquet, my mum was always big tennis fan. We Live Right next Leo club down some actually. And I had older brother copiers over the May who started playing tennis. Mutt done some groups whoever and I just want to join followed on. So I started plan from really young age, and then kept at, it turned out to be pretty good end up going to reach school to kind of focus on the tennis from eleven to sixteen. The moved to the National Center to then a after in America so. Quiet too long tennis journey. Where are you based in America? Smooth Boise Boise State University. One by the. University about it yet a great time dire played professionally low bell to that. That's always one of the things I'm kind of jealous about when you get the players going off to do. Scholarships and the tennis in America. Jealous, of not to mention everything else, but. At what point did you move into like coaching? When did you kind of make that decision? And how was it kind of a natural decision to make quite fraught Eva Choice? Can finished a fishing vessels are twenty. One always wanted to give it go the Proto. Get out fatty quickly. That I wasn't quite good enough. Bay I definitely didn't have the money to. Keep traveling around and doing it so i. Guess I never. It was never like a big thing in Gaul. Really WanNa go into coaching whatever? kind of luckily. Fell into a job of 'em sparring partner. With. ANWR Ivanovich can stray off. Finish planned NACHO. Says was head coach of the time, and he asked me to be his sparring partner. So of course I'm yet great. I'll do that and then from there. When I was kind of inside that wild spending time with my job learning from him I kind of. Found, my appetite for coach, it and You felt like you were saying that one student forward and was quite a natural transition from lie, hitting partner to catching of develop more responsibilities as you found your found your feet on the on the tool. Yeah I kind of moved into it fairly. Slowly because I was with Nigel to stop with Anna for lucky. At the beginning, I didn't really speak much and always just hits Dimona into fake involved, and then the the long way together hid to a few weeks. Swear so there'll be a few weeks. He wasn't that Abi on my own and can unnaturally saw no given a few. That and then not just progressed, and when I start to Molina, same thing I was kind of sparring Jonah. Move to assistant coach could have yet graduate progressions. House never felt across thriving in the deep end. The big differences been sparring partner does not pressure, say anything or results is much Wa with the coach, and it definitely definitely feel about that more.

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"gaul" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

09:13 min | 8 months ago

"gaul" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

"Was that they say something about not liking the host of the only thing that you heard maybe that was the plug. Scher principle by blood room I believe that may be a parody of The pleasure principle by Gary Numan who knows a parody of bedroom I guess? What are we plugging guys? Obviously the neighborhood. Listen is out there. The second season just came out. Is that correct? Second season came out right before the entire world Went to Hell and we timing. We're in we're in the second season On stitcher premium you can use premium Dot Com and use code neighbor for a free trial. And if you want to contact us we have an email account Burton. Joan Edgy Mel Dot Com. So email us about what's going on in your neighborhood and how is burnt spelled. It's B. U. R. N. T. That's correct and not and they're not in there and And Joan is spelled J. O. A. N. GREAT. All right so people can reach out to you to Ask you questions or they may not do that. They were there they can. Shit they can share with US post from their own neighbor HAP- listings Because we don't have access to other people's neighborhoods of course but if you'd like to share something interesting from your neighborhood then you can you can screen shot that and send it to us. Remember links. Don't work but Do not ask us any questions. We will not answer questions. Well we just trying to make it a policy you know because it just gets to be too many questions but But dicky if you have any questions you can certainly email us or me at Burton Jonet gmail.com and you know. I'll look the other way. Sign sign. Sign it railing. Gibbons you open it up with Dicky's here yeah I don't think I don't have If you make that the subject line I I bet you don't have email. I don't have email but I'll find a way to bar. Surya doors if you know what I mean several websites but not have email computer. We're looking at your Webcam right here. Now the I don't have an email it just doesn't help me out. So do you can ever wear. Emails held out. Do you have direct messages? Like are you on twitter and Instagram? And all the social media note for Anna those none of those none of those. I do everything in person in fact this is the first time I've ever done something like this and I'm quarantine just must be killing you for a guy who does everything in person. Well quarantine is a you know it's only a quarantine if you let it be so you're right and you're not supposed to be well if it's just me though just going out and I've been trying to hit these views girlfriend sailing hitting those waves. She's hitting the open seas and if she's open for business to you can hit her a by email so she has email she wouldn't do you want to give the email address or care care on the waves carrot on the waves carrot era of ood carry on the waves son of a B. at Yahoo Dot dot dot dot C. Um or thanks right all right and how it can. I ask you dickey. How often are you paying her to go out and sail everyday everyday? I put every penny I have into that. Because you don't want to be around her or what makes her happy and I'm not really. I don't love being around her. Dickey you might be Invert Pay Pig or no. What is that an expression of it unfortunately is put on your little up? It happened to it. Oh dear the detail for another type. She's GonNa come back she's GonNa come back to shore and it's going to be a very different world. It's a different world than where you from. Yeah that's true that's true. See but you know what day do you right. That's correct. You WanNa play your birthday Dick. Yeah I'd love to plug my birthday. Thanks everybody for Acknowledging Aghast. Is that your birthdays are dickey. Do you WANNA plug anything. I mean everybody love our just love love. Everybody April seventh if you could check out last so G on. Tbs season three coming out. What am I you can probably tell? That's one of my favorite shows. How WOULD WE BE? Somebody probably can hear it in the Brim Hat. You can kinky so check it out it. I don't know what time it's on. Yes who cares? It's able have the time to look. That kind of comes on to night time. It's night it's on at night time. Daytime shows the time. People have a lot of time to watch stuff now or they have no time to watch stuff from what? I found ouster. They have way more time or else all their time is taken up by like having a home school their kids in and cook for themselves and do all the chores themselves instead of what we usually do paying people to do it for us. If you notice on this one the Frankenstein. Makeup is greener then on the other ones what I love about according to the mental horns not horns with their words plug in the neck there bolts. Yeah these are Daiki really. We're still not show ahead. Go ahead go back. Yeah S. We're time Joe. That'll get me through the week. Wow I wanNA plug look if you have a lot of time in order to watch stuff go ahead and watch the comedy bang. Bang television show all one hundred. Ten episodes out there on Netflix. Right now also. Michael Bolton's big speaking of bolts a big Valentine's Day special and the between two ferns movie. All of those are on Netflix. Right now check them out if you ask several hours away a show that I've discovered on Pluto. Tv called million dollar properties frontline show seasons of it and a lot of fuss like just like the year just like just like the year yes. So there's there's a winter season is summer season it's and then and then it's over. I may go on Please Joan. No no finish well. There's there's a wonderful performance on their people like Ryan Gall Nicole Parker Paul Tompkins. It's a it's a wonderful show. Yeah definitely check it out and it's free and Pluto TV. And there's there's a movie called disaster movie. I wouldn't recommend it. You know the people in that movie thought it'd be fun. Did you as a summer job and it was just a poor choice and lots of teenagers like it and keep bringing it up and if I were you I would avoid it. Sounds like one of those like epic movie like thirty they. Oh Yeah I remember those anyone. Did those clears your honor. I once went to one of those with a friend who thought it would be funny to laugh anytime. A joke was made like anytime. A joke was intended not not anytime. Something funny happened but anytime that a joke. Wait a long time probably for that. It was a great experience like because they're trying to make jokes every ten seconds or so when he would he would. Just go after one. It was it was very fun. So if you're GONNA WATCH DISASTER MOVIE. Go ahead and try to do that during it. You know another fun game. I used to play this with a friend of mine. He's dead now. We would watch from much from he had a heart attack would watch That's unrelated we would watch citizens to this game. We Watch sitcoms and the idea is you. You try to laugh for the D. The duration and intensity that the studio audiences laugh. It's it's more difficult than you think it makes. You feel like you're going like watch Big Bang theory and try to match the last nuts. It's not that gay do it with another person. No don't do it by yourself because I think it might be like one of those books that makes a man go mad. A LOT OF PEOPLE SAY THAT WITH DRACULA YOU WANNA go glow in the dark but I say go classic weight every time okay look. Let's close the blood bag with a C. When you won't.

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"gaul" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

02:41 min | 8 months ago

"gaul" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

"I'm still doing that. I'm still throwing it again on absolutely sick. These reviewed. It's GONNA s Mak- Yup but just Halloween maker so like Dracula Frankenstein and Gene Simmons And the Star Child Gene Only Gene Simmons makeup. If it's like comes in a small kit not like 'cause you could do gene simmons makeup and get it at Sephora. I don't I don't deal with high level or high end some something that you buy the package just as which or Gene Simmons or firefighter like stuff. That comes from firefighter. Joe Joe. Makeup is a firefighter. I reviewed a firefighter. You gotta spread stood on your face. Oh yeah okay. If you spread so in your face from the kids it cost him his firefighter at home. The nose like this playing it safe from a costume from the down from the cheekbones down he puts it on. And then you so do you. Create the illusion. You've taken off your goggles. You take off your goggles. Why Review I review? You don't have to wear the goggles off off. Duty Retired firefighter makeup and ended so easily tired and off duty. He's not off duty. He's always retired from his normal job right. Volunteers have you ever done a firefighter on Ash Wednesday? I just did that just did it. Just swear to God about a half hour ago half hour ago a half hour ago. I was doing this podcast. You're writing while we're doing this. No they're all video recording video reviews. How okay anyway acts. Wednesday firefighter is a good one You really have to nail down the different tone of the ash mass issuing ass. You're getting from the large warehouse. Fire that the firefighters returning from ashes. You're saying maybe. Wow you really know your stuff dickey. You know your ash. Hey Nikki. Did you want to hear the makeup? Yes yes dinky cheer makeup now thought.

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"gaul" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

10:16 min | 8 months ago

"gaul" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

"Really to be fair. Joan there has been a murder somewhere. Well there is a murder every single day. I would say I know what I mean is from your purview from your actual little window in the world. You've got bailiwick from well. Let's diction from your from your diction that Germane Clement yes Jackson. I am quarantined with a baby. Which happened totally by accident. You have a baby or you am. I know I have three big babies. I have two twin twin boys. I have a daughter named Reliabi- who's a WHO's a teenager and she was babysitting for a baby and the baby. The baby's parents are crazy germophobic and when this shit went down at the last minute they just live down the street and they just said. You keep the baby if we get this thing The one one woman has carpal tunnel. And so she made her immuno-compromised. I cannot get this thing okay. I'd get the baby away from me is old and he is so sweet. And I'll tell you what I mean my God. I breastfeed him. I would but we had to buy a lot of formula. I sure hope they're gonNA pay me back from this. I mean look I love a baby. I had three babies myself but end-july isn't doing anything. Are you kidding me? She's just she's just doing. Ted Talks the whole entire time. So wait a minute. You're you're breastfeeding the baby yourself. She said she wishes she could dammit. I didn't mean to admit that can't we. This is a lot like on. Love Is Blind. Where the the woman admits. Her dog likes wine you. You just admitted that you've been having this strangers. Baby suckle upon your supple breasts. I'm assuming oh well well well well thank you. Scott alchemist is that it is. Yeah introduce you in a second. Don't worry we introduced yet. I didn't do that if you like. No go ahead okay. No I'm just not used to it. Go ahead go ahead so I ask a question. Scott or the introduction certainly concerning your love is blind a factoid. Can someone admit something on behalf of some something else? I guess? That's a good question that the dollar loves wine well she. She was admitting more that she gives her dog wine by saying my dog loves wine. Now we're in my bailiwick. So they're a speaking of podcast they are of course podcast hosts they have their own podcast here upon the Air Wolf Network called and entitled if I may say so myself The neighborhood. Listen thank you. Listen that's correct the neighborhood. Listen please welcome to the show. Joan pedestrian and burn to me a payday. Scott thank you. What am I saying that correctly? Yes a lot of people. A lot of people think it's pronounced millipedes and I guess because it's how it's spelled but it's pronounced me a payday. Do you think that more words should be pronounced the way? They're spelled exactly E. N. U. F. F. Z. E. N. U. F. F. There must be an apostrophe in there somewhere as as chip's enough once said enough is enough is enough of course. Welcome to the show guys. Thank you so much for being here Under these circumstances of course we're all recording remotely from our homes where we're not sitting here speaking directly into each other's faces if anyone who's worried about no normally and you know we do that for our podcast as well that we have to. We have to record from our supper domiciles but normally yes as you say. We are speaking into each other's faces. Yes we tried it last week with a couple of it went. Well I want my husband. Doug is the engineer and He does a great job But we didn't have the right equipment and I was using his fortnight a headset and it just I. I guess it sounded like a reporting from traffic helicopter which we had fun with and I did a couple of bits and I don't think it went over. Well what do you think birds? I think that the bits went over. Well what Joe was doing was a because it sounded so remote. What she did was she was. She was banging on her chest like Robin Williams from Good Morning. Vietnam that's right. That's what I referenced. So have you ever actually recorded from a traffic helicopter in in your past? Oh No I you know what I have done. I recorded from a submarine and it was this well. Listen I'M A realtor? Top returned any falls or want to brag. But I mean who's going to to your own horn other than you especially during these times. I suppose someone might reach into your car. Some crazy person who's out there walking the streets toot your Horn and then all my literal Horn while now that is true. That is true violating two six foot distance rule to say Scott Youtube that as expression as a car horn. I guess I mean someone could sousaphone out there. I imagined in someone steals it. But there's someone out. There has a sousaphone. Yeah Burt case. What these fancy comedy. Podcasts are people. They're very quick. You know so you. It's a lot of turns of phrase and a lot of quick word. Play a lot of quick so we're going to have to work a little bit faster here. We're GONNA HAVE TO KANSAS. This comedy podcast. I I don't know necessarily if it is. It's merely a show where I talked to interesting people of course Well that's what we do and America's podcast I don't know if you'd heard that about America. Decided it but Tell me about your show because I don't really know anything about it. Joe Advocate and suddenly make Joan do it. Why don't you WANNA do it? Burnt I do want to do it but I feel like I. I WanNa make sure that I'm not hogging our time here because you were awfully quick to just say Joan Tendon you. I'm looking at you right now. You gotTA frightened. Look on your face. Well you can see me. You Start Biting your fingernails exaggeratedly. I didn't even realize I was doing. Listen I appreciate this. Because just because there's a quarantine on all of humanity as a quarantine women's Equality Okay. So birches just trying to uphold that all right and he's letting me speak and I appreciate. That aren't yes. It's called the neighborhood. Listen and kind of like a play on the neighborhood watch get it because it's a podcast. I listen I thought that was like a watch like you wear on your wrist is that that's not what you see what he's doing. He doesn't see understand expressions. This is interesting. This is not a lane. Could be tooting your own horn by a car horn. Couldn't it it? It could be. But why would it be we love? We love to toot horns we in America lescot no argument there. We love to in America. It's it's American as Apple. I would love it if instead of a car horn. We all have an apple pie in the steering wheel. Oh I mean it's so messy like an airbag but instead it's apple pie you get into an accident and suddenly an apple pie explodes in your face and that would be delicious. Why not why not? Why not why not? Why not a whipped cream? Sort of Pie. So you sort of fun silent movie effect so when the officers get there to look at your destroyed corpse they can. They can have little little chuckle. That's when our officers are boys in blue need these days. There's a little levity on the job that's right. Haven't they been through enough all right? So tell us about this podcast. Yes okay. So there's a lot of people might have different APPS for checking in on your neighborhood right And what that means is you can just join and you can find out. All of the different indignity indy falls. It's called the neighbor hap. That's what we use and it's basically at the front porch of sorts for your neighborhood. The goings on maybe a little gossip. Generally yes it is. I saw coyote. What's that helicopter? Someone stealing our mail. But we like to highlight some of those posts and not only that but bring in. Maybe the person who hosted a something or who someone who was posted about and try to get to know our neighbors and maybe get to the bottom of things. There's some crazy stuff going on out there. So Do Scott what we do is we as Johnson. We read some posts but then we also interviewed people so we have a way of getting to know our neighborhood and also sure in our neighborhood with the world fantastic. So have you gotten to the bottom of a lot of things? I mean. This isn't a murder podcast. I was very worried. Birjand you when you start talking about murders that we were suddenly going to be. You know edging into a murder podcast but have. Have you solved anything like the stolen mail? You mentioned that. There's a a rash of male thievery. Going on there indignity falls. Have you solved any of these murders? I mean male ceilings. What we arts and chicken Thievery and some fruit poaching and there has been only one murder alluded to but we had that lady on and she thinks she saw murder but I think she just saw man lay down and go to sleep. She was an unreliable narrator. Definitely say that but we have gotten. There was a Silky Silky. Chicken Silky chickens fell. I did say Silky. Which is a mythical sea creature? I misspoke I missed it. What if you saw elke though? That would be if I could see if I could see that that. That water nymph of Irish legend. Just hanging around perhaps in the fountain by the Mall. We still keep chickens. Which are these these weird sort of ferry looking chickens? Someone was stealing them. Were putting them into the plastic bag and we actually got to the bottom of that. They're putting them into a community plastic.

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Gold & Silver On The Blockchain | Peter Engeman Interview

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

08:58 min | 11 months ago

Gold & Silver On The Blockchain | Peter Engeman Interview

"Ladies and gentlemen welcome to the crypt update shows against the gold. Silver balloon as well as tasty on big claimed various other bits and pieces. It's Paul Angelman. Who is the director of angrily gold and and Reserve Vault Thanks for being with us. Look up pretty interested in this because obviously I've tried commodities for for a lot of much try and create a one of my favorite things to try because they do have a lot of high look us are low high volatility around certain events and can't be somewhat predictable in their trends so you tell us first about little bit about your background. Have you been in gold and bullying precious metals. Your whole career has being just recently. I saw actually a civil engineer by training twenty years Mike Craze in property development in AH companies like around Sorry stock starting getting into precious metals just in full GMC so luckily luckily identified. That was probably gonNA madelene before. Then we put everything into a Sola which worked up quite nicely and then in two two thousand fifteen Night property into into Ainsley. Boy It's been here for about six years is and join change so I mean that's pretty cold nights. I'll try to through that period when I was in London and try to it was just it was wonderful. We're trying to reduce. It was fantastic which I was. I mean what. What sort of things wasn't that? The major really get that bullish Golden UNCIVIL. Of course it went on one one of its big runs ever period. What what were you looking for it again? He's saying anything now. Look pretty sound a lot like I think in that lane up. Gold Gonzales Dot net a bold run new two thousand and four so I guess the reasons behind that where exactly the reasons why getting some bachelor of FBI the financial systems and really none of that strange. We've we've gone through the jam. Same which was essentially a on a credit cycle crosses and while the dog is just as united just. I'm trying a whole lot more than stimulus so often. GMC was head of the half trillion dollars of debt Way Back at one hundred and four train since semi POPs up to two hundred side so that all market that we're saying now now is is the central bank implanted and on the mental. So on then go look fundamentals things like gold silver not hot assets. Sir You make sense. I mean that's what I don't understand. Is You know I I've to exit a lot of my equity positions about eighteen months ago because I'm on a care to catch the bottom or the top. I WANNA chunk in the middle. Let's Mahal being tried investor. Take safe money. If there is now sued Goldman goals had a pretty decent little ron earlier will threat thousand nineteen. I mean. It's pretty damn good run. I'm sticking to a market. That's what a Point four trillion. Eleven eleven hundred fourteen. Three and what's the goal Marquette. Now it's hard to tell and I will need story because if you look at all the galaxy that'll be nine hundred ninety thousand about in Sarande seven-night trillion dollars. But if you look at what's actually I guess a mile to try to investable. I estimate that one train. So that's illu roadside. You've got three hundred training in financial markets to retrain private property all panics and tries to get into that little one trae not spice that savant process equation. This is only one variable at some. So that's the alluring heightened Rhonda Rhonda sales fills very similar to that of We'll hope will happen with bitcoin. Suppose and I and it financial sense if you consider how small bitcoin and the crypto asset spice is it's I mean it is very very similar to that of what what big clinics to goal is what the goal is to other financial assets. I think goals probably going to be the one that produces more goods out of that simply because it's a tried and tested Safe Haven if you will and there's a lot of people are getting towards look people have assets have opportunities to trade with that which brings me through Nazi. What you doing with a token is Asian? Because what you're actually doing there is using block trying to essentially use a block to the gold gold silver on is that right even slightly. I guess looked back. Story is in two thousand seventeen we actually added the Ties dies to Arafat mcada pretty well I strive anyone's doing it person to person value. I will secure so the natural progression of merging. Nice to wells was up on this new fangled thing Wear so beautifully same as that because it just addresses some of the physical metal so and the only. I don't think we looked around at what else was out a very scratched the surface new very quickly. Find yourself in multiple trivial so these sort of ranked wide convictions. So they had to have something. Don't solved in strikeout Saw Enough by pretty well preeminent lawyers in the spice mistrial via out by forty five year old. Oem Deal and not a startup end and hundred sent backs and in my absolutely preoccupation compassion with all of this is to Address any concern. Because you're all the stories of Ray Nation and they don't have enough ed all this sort of thing that you absolutely visibility and assurances that every talking on issue outside one gram collar one gram Sola That you know Mice definitely that that's sitting in reserve a video ordered that every quarter and that order. It's not just that is a now. It's it's that has moved so we haven't gone. I'm between audits. So that's completely addressed as fully insured bungalow inside. So that was that was something that was allocated you can get the bank. If you will benefit solve watch shine and all of transferability security and against that that The the the economic trump as well the terms of auctions watches. Now how did he get around. Like I mean one of the things. I think that tell them the listeners and viewers will want to know is this. I believe the way that You know the the coal of your central banking system I operated was by the golden is coming in and go back. Then I get these nuts suggests that have this much goal of some brought spark went will high on I only ten percent of people taking the gold out of here. Let's inflate now. What what it is and that was a a gold back? Currency came from really. So how do we know that the goal that's in reserve vault isn't somewhat earned by somebody else and planned to Siam. I'm Donald Putting it costs by the physical that you probably showed I can buy Kill Gaul have its seat in reserve vault silently Hughley with Moss to undermine my name and then you're selling half of that of gold while the you know bullying Bah into the talking. How do we have the reassurance that that's not happening yeah good question and also space to the obvious question over what guys bright side? So what so what we've done again. There is dried. I completely claims game company. It also. The Standard Custodian that companies Eilly assets. Mental Paul's has any liabilities. Times on that have wrought to that nettled. I don't know why On selling that mental to anyone else The mental doesn't live at Steiner's every single series on every single. Bob Is recorded on the China. 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An Interview With Airforce One Pilot Col. Mark Tillman

EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

10:01 min | 1 year ago

An Interview With Airforce One Pilot Col. Mark Tillman

"Know you do a lot of training on the on the backup aircraft. You know is there. Is there any odd training that you can talk about that. You guys had to do with with the airplane or anything like that. That may be a normal seven forty. Seven captain wouldn't have to do that that that's able to be talked about. No we did a lot of simulator training so you'd go oh through the simulator in your primary aircraft every years while as your secondary aircraft so I was in Gaul stream three and seven forty seven pilot my deputy was a seven fifty seven some forty seven so any aircraft the eighty ninth airlift wing had we always had one pile was qualified and in case we needed that capability for the president so but we did a lot of training in the actual aircraft we also we did simulator training but in the actual aircraft we pulled engines back we flew onto engines. We did everything so we knew what was going on with that aircraft. checklists not necessarily memorize but in reality they kind of were as well as emergency procedures everything else so when you simulated emergency for one of the pilots the pilots really had to know basically what the checklist was going to say even though the flight engineer's run on the checklist for you. That's what we'd quiz modest. Ask Them. Hey you know what what do you think the next step is and they'd always tell you yeah. This is the next step. This is my plan and this is what I'm GonNa do because you know what a lot of people don't understand is that you know you air force one. Nothing is ever GONNA go wrong Air Force One because the moment it does your carrion in fourteen press in the back. You've got press all around you so the message of the president that day will be completely shadowed by this is what happened on Air Force One so something as simple as just an electrical glitch. We make sure it never happened so if you're doing anything electrical wise the engineers talking it over with you before he throws switch because all you need is had the president downstairs doing an interview and all of a sudden lights go on and off and then everyone's like I you know what's actually happened to the jet here so you know secondary electrical systems online before you do anything crazy so I can imagine that something like that you know in inadvertent deployment deployment of oxygen masks in the cabin would probably not a good day. Yeah I mean that is we. There's there's is to engineers secondary engineers always back in the primary up so something simple as opening the door an open the passenger door the war you know double check in to make sure that the slide is an armed or whatever you know and just crazy stuff like that just double check and each other so it it they ever had like an accidental inflation of the slide they may have they may have back in the Clinton administration but it was it was purely accidental and and it you know it was just one of those things where people think you know that when the slide deploys you can hold shut the door. That's not gonNA happen so it was it was on the news so I'm not telling on any secrets. It was on the news but you know president. Clinton was a great man he literally you know it was like whoa not this door and we brought them to number. Two just without show truck comes up to the second door. Not The prime doing left so I would imagine just little little things like that. probably have a ripple effect. I mean because using a different door on an airplane seems small when you have you know secret service and media and everything I mean that probably causes. There's a ripple effect. I would assume that I definitely I mean it's an orchestrated event every movement of that aircraft so when we go to a new airport we send in our every time we go to an airport will send in two or three advance agents. They run a two three hundred question checklist to make sure that everything is has been set so it's I mean heck. We brought the plane here. The seven forty seven back in July of two thousand thousand four the challenge for us was we couldn't go down any of your taxiways because you didn't have a tug for us so we had to turn the plane around on the runway. We need like a hundred and fifty seven hundred and fifty eight feet to do a turnaround your runways one hundred fifty so we had the knows we'll go through the end taxiway so we we had we had people out there market so I could have an actual assessment of how I'm doing in the turn and I had to get far enough down the runway. Turn and just bring in the plane back around and let us sit on your way so President Bush went ahead met with the local folks here in Oshkosh and then then he came back to the plane so we tied up runway for a couple of hours hours. That is absolutely remarkable. I when you're talking about going to an airport you've never been for you. If you're sending out agents in advance dance team would you as aircrew ever pre visit that airport just to make sure you understood the the Leyland. Just I can only imagine for me as a as a private pilot Alexa travel around I going to an unfamiliar airport is you know he's a thing on my checklist of stuff to be very a little bit the extra aware of and and thinking ahead to him. I GonNa Park things like this somehow. I have a feeling that the laming Air Force One someplace you've never been and then saying you know you know. Can we get a progressive taxi taxi instructions Adam sorry. Did you say it. Was that left on Bravo. Yeah that doesn't happen. It's kind of a thing where when you before you go into the airport. The advanced team has already given you a document that shows if you take taxiway kilo off the runway going to make a right on kilo a right on Delta Okay and you follow yourself in and it's not it's not one of these things where all of a sudden as you're taxiing the tower goes you know now go echo foxtrot auto pull off the runway contact ground now and then hey ground is air force one said Roger Air Force One you know welcome to whatever it's not air force one taxiway Delta Echo short so that one fifty that doesn't seem to happen. We seem to own near its. That's gotta put There's obviously there's gotta be something maybe satisfying isn't the right where the sort of comforting comforting of just knowing that you're obviously you're taking your role extraordinarily seriously but probably about a seriously as as it gets you've got got you know you've got important passenger important important people on board the airplane. There's gotta be nice to know that that call sign carries that weight of saying okay. This is Air Force One. You know you're not gonNA. They're not gonNA send you over here to the far end of the airport. You hold well six other airplanes. Go in front of you. All this sort of thing visit got the the the pressure must be remarkable as well of knowing the everybody's watching and everybody's listening and everybody's paying attention the definitely I mean they ah the air force won't call sign immediately. Has Everybody watching you when you land at an airport if you've got a group airliners that have been waiting number one while you're coming into land and there's ten none of them. Every one of them is pretty you know. They're happy to see the plane but they're also upset by the fact that they've been delayed. The big joke always was for us Sir we took it extremely serious not to delay anybody but like landing in Atlanta couple times some of the airline pilots instead of being on the PA it actually still be on the radio announcer their pastors over the radio you know if you look to your left there's Air Force One and that's the reason why you're being delayed. That's why your money and all that stuff and then the tower would come up and go. Hey that was a tremendous speech and you just gave it to everybody here at the airport. It's kind of funny stuff but you can you can understand it says their frustration but for us it's it was truly an honor and everywhere we went day was neat to have the air traffic controllers controller's. There were right there with Air Force One you know it's an honor to be with you and it's an honor for them to control us and we look at it that way as well because it it is not easy to control us. I mean we have to land to the second and while we're coming in at you I mean we typically do eight four mock everywhere. We're going and nothing nothin' says. you know we're in trouble. When we leave Washington? We're heading no o'hare and we're doing eight mock as we're truck and across sometimes nine Oh mock trying to get the president of back on time and the bow wave a moving airliners out of the way for us is is a credibly difficult job for the air traffic controllers but Sir they make it happen and they do an amazing job force now. It's incredible. I you know the one thing I wanted to ask you your time but how you basically when I basically do work for the president Can you explain he'd say Gel pretty well. Did you get the no the President Senate or House that Hell is that relationship. I guess on a day to day basis. Let you know how does that. How does that all work? You know the president is got a lot of people underneath them. In the the commander of Air Force One technically is reports of the United States Air Force as well as the White House military office but he works directly and assigned to the president so so the face of the crew is normally the president's head flight attendant that we have so that that's who the president deals with the majority of as a pilot normally deal with the president's chief of staff or maybe deputy chief of staff or a lot of times you deal with the Millay to the president Let's kind of face for the president but if the president needs something he you President Clinton President Bush they had no hesitation to come to the cockpit you know and Tillman we need this or whatever and it's a and you just make it happen. I mean it's truly an honor honor to support them and it's pretty easy to make. All you know what they want to have happen happen. 'cause I mean they're. They're not asking for crazy stuff. They're just asking for the ability to get to the locational occasional.

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Follow live: Final round underway; Tiger on course

CBS Sports Radio

05:03 min | 1 year ago

Follow live: Final round underway; Tiger on course

"Of fact, here to give us a read on the torn amend his point. And specifically going deciding round is the best golf analyst, I know you've been watching the golf channel in the mornings to get ready for the day, even catching remote thing down there. And he joins us now on the golf channel and his syndicated show life. Matt Adams AMA. I'm doing well. How you doing? Good. Appreciate you coming on before we get into the specifics year round number four, I need your take on how the US G A prepped plan prepared Pebble Beach this week today. Get it right to get it wrong deduction train hedge. Their bet what your read on what the course, has been put I three days at US open my readers. They got it right. Which was the first option that you gave me, but it also came from hedging bats because hard is heavily beaches Pebble Beach is only so much that you can do to eight c side. Of course, it's hard to screw it up the way you can, of course, say inland. So the US did a good job of not over engineering, not overdoing the golf course. But the easiest course it set out for US open his. Probably Pebble Beach. So it's kind of a combination of things they did do graduated raw that, we're a couple of fairways players were complaining early in the week, and they and they graduated and a little bit more. So they're being reactive to being sensitive back that they've had stumbles over the past few years. This year twenty nineteen everybody seems to be saying, I happen to agree that set up this US open a okay. Not everybody says that because yours truly disgrace, and I'll give degree. I tell you wouldn't number US open is this. Hundred nineteen hundred nineteen. All right. Mr. golf expert, how many times in the hundred nineteen years of the US, open have, we had a player shoot double digits under par. Well, the last has happened multiple times we've had multiple rows, and it ended in sixteen par including one Tiger Woods, including Bros, CAPCO. So it it's happening what you're referring to not to take away from your answer. But what you're referring to the fact that the US open as compared to the other three major championships. If you took the other three, right? EGA the masters, the open, vastly different setups, vastly different golf courses over the last fifteen years. Those three majors believe they're not gonna blow you way with this stat. They all come in between ten and eleven hundred par for all the variances. They all come in between. Let's stroke apart over the course of fifteen years. The US open is the one glaring difference coming in just over three hundred par now for the national championship. United states. I have no problem whatsoever. If it is the most difficult stern test of Gaul you can possibly have where the problem lies is when a golf courses over engineer, you are no longer identifying the best all around the golf course you're identifying the golf and that's not in most stricken by approval twist of fake where they would take collars rough like they did it. Okay. Fine. And put him in places that the architect never designed to be because they're trying to protect the score against standard of eve. Even par which went out of the best players in the world years ago. So that, that's where I'm probably from his sane right now at the end of this week, you're going to know who is best player was this week in prior US open when it was over engineered you never really one hundred percent. Sure. Okay. I will again, go back to the number that I quoted only nine times in the hundred nineteen year history of those nine seven came two years ago in two thousand seventeen where seven guys went under par kept go on at sixteen. Decky shot twelve Brian Harman shot twelve Pleat was eleven chop was ten Haas was ten fallow with ten only two other times, Rory mcilroy at congressional shot, minus sixteen tiger at Pebble Beach, minus twelve now nineteen years ago that, that did the yet, one year you had seven out of nine and in the other hundred eighteen times you had two guys go under ten. I think they're getting pre today. I think you're gonna see three guys who double digits under par by the end of the day, that tells me on sorry the court too easy. No, no, no. What it's telling you is that for last twenty years, there set up. Have been wrong. The US will admit this at shit o'clock. Last year we let it go too

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"gaul" Discussed on KEXP Song of the Day

KEXP Song of the Day

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"gaul" Discussed on KEXP Song of the Day

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"gaul" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"gaul" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

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"gaul" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"gaul" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"And I didn't know who was and then the next day the cast-list was released. I was like this. I am rush him. And then the day before my opencast in Gaul, I bumped into Marissa at the grow and she had just one. And I was like I I was with my ex at the time. I was like I stopped him as like Monday brother, and he's like you haven't even auditioned like relax won't like I swear like I'm going to be on. So it was just like all these little things that started to happen. And lo and behold, I got on. Were you ever at prohibitive in any way about the fact that you are going to be on TV in my a lot of people are gonna be watching not at all? I just feel like I've always been like such like a performer that it just didn't scare me to be honest. I've always like thought at some point like I'll be on like radio or TV or something. So it was just very strange that it became a reality. Especially when he wants that for so long years kinda likely why this actually happening because it really just shows. I feel like for me to get on like it can literally happen many line. Anyone like you don't just have to be a recruit like you could walk into over and gassing ball, and you have no idea, you're testing personnel. Like, you have no idea like it could be anyone. So what was the was? It was the experience what you expected it to be. Or did it surprise you? Did it? What what was it? Like, I did it to be a seamless act. I expected I expected to win expected to make a lot of friends to be like very like strategic and just the person that like made moves, but like automates the end like I literally thought this was going to be like her affect Vermeille. And what it was like the complete opposite. And it was terrible. I mean, the fear itself wasn't terrible. But like everything that I thought it would be didn't happen and. I'm one of those people that realizes though that what I went through on like such an emotional level was exactly what I needed in my life. Like I needed like a kick in the by. And I needed to be able to see certain things that I was doing are acting to grow and to teach other people. So, you know, again, like it happened everything to every last detail that you could ask me happened or the highest good which might time crazy people, but it did make I had to say some of the remarks I said to people for me to be a little to to learn to be more educated about it. Now, I needed to act this certain way that I did seeking attention like needing validation to realize that was something I was doing so I could become not person anymore. So I mean, it wasn't what I wanted or expected, but it is what had to happen. So were you were you aware of those things? Like prior to going in. Or did. Did you feel like you were? Okay. In those things surprised you. I was surprised. I was like literally so surprise because I feel like I always took pride someone that was like a strong light you noise in a relationship like straw, like independent at the same time like. I don't know all the things that I did were so deep rooted that the only way that they would ever come out with through something like this like through something so extreme because maybe there moment start my life where I got my hidden summit. But it went over my head because it wasn't like at such a big scale. Now this happens at such a huge scale that I can't ignore it choice. Like, I need to address it and change. So yeah, it was good. Were you able to find the roots of where it started in? How it how it got to where when? Yeah, it was really crazy. I figured it out as far as the ballad Dacian was concerned and not you Unix back. But I really think that the validation comes from the fact that at a young age like I always be her. Started. When I was like three years old, and I learned at a young age that you do something good like everyone's gonna clap like everyone's gonna clap for me..

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"gaul" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

The Twenty Minute VC

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"gaul" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"I agree with you on the new perspective that, but I do want to take a ton and diamonds my favorite Ataman Zanny teething the quickfire round, essentially Icee short statement, and then you give me your immediate thoughts. How does that sound? Yeah, sure. Sounds good. Is it Tommy? I'm was the favourite book and why should I read it? The book that I read a couple years ago that I really like a team of rivals. Spoke about ABRAHAM LINCOLN and how he was able to work with people who are political adversaries of his and others for the betterment of the country in a time of war and so is extremely long book. But in terms of leadership in thinking about how would you navigate through things that are hard, and how do you value and utilize talents of of other people appropriately treat them properly all that stuff. I kind of remember a lot of things from that book. So I would say it's probably that from six out in my head, what he believes mice around g may be disbelieved. I believe that you don't have to be flashy or talk a lot or being the news media lot to be successful. I think that you can break the mold. I think I mentioned to you, I'm I'm a middle aged guy with two kids. One of my kids has autism. I'm an entrepreneur just like anybody in their twenties. I don't think you have to fit the mold of what say some people will say is the appropriate mulch entrepreneur. Thank you. Can be who you are and still do what you wanna do from a career standpoint, and I'm not sure, especially in Silicon Valley. Not sure everybody believes that. I think they probably believe that there's a certain mold and that's the mole that they asked you invest in. I don't think that's true. I agree with you. I d- obstinate eager the, I had Ellen Gaul from Sappho on the show. And he said, I'm by no means saying you old. He was. He's forty one and said he was old said just a caveat this question, but he said that's great benefits to being old as a founder, which agree with that and just changing old foot more seasoned. I started a fan. I was thirty five. I'm forty now, and I would tell you that I think back to when I first started a business in my early twenties, and then again, shortly thereafter, and it's kind of comical to me how inept I was. I mean, I didn't even know the most basic things and I was flying blind. And of course there are people who are brilliant enough or lucky enough to maybe make that work and especially in Silicon Valley, which is a magnet for talent. You'll find those people, but by and large and you're better off having the benefit of experience. I mean, if I think about where I was in terms of the experience, I had. When I started at the end versus going back, twelve thirteen, fourteen fifteen years to win. I was. I started a business. I is a night day in terms of my capabilities in my experience in my ability to deal with the shoes. So I I think it's a huge benefit. And I think it's also misguided thinking to believe that people who are paying their thirties or forties or whatever can't start a business or that people who have kids or whatever is going to be harder to be an entrepreneur. I use gotta manage yourself. You've got a manager day and you gotta be committed to your trade. You can be committed to your family and your.

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Jack Ma, Alibaba’s Chairman, Plans to Step Down

WBZ Morning News

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Jack Ma, Alibaba’s Chairman, Plans to Step Down

"The details on is richest man, Jack Ma will step down from his role as executive chairman of the ecommerce giant to pursue philanthropy in education, Ma a cultural icon in China will maintain a seat on Alibaba is board. He's expected to disclose the line for his transition on Monday along with his partners. The former English teacher started Alibaba out of his apartment in nineteen ninety nine initially an online marketplace, the company has become one of the largest multinational conglomerates in the world. Now worth more than four hundred

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Fast-spreading California blaze, one of dozens, prompts evacuations

Lori and Julia

02:10 min | 2 years ago

Fast-spreading California blaze, one of dozens, prompts evacuations

"Eight stop wildfires that have destroyed dozens of buildings and caused at least one death continue to ravage california as a heat wave sweeps the southern part of the state authorities say a new wind driven fire erupted last night in the hills above go lita santa barbara county burning twenty homes and threatening hundreds more farther south of fire in the san bernardino national forest grew to one thousand acres and prompted the evacuation of forest falls a town of about seven hundred homes in san diego county a handful of fires prompted evacuation orders for more than one thousand homes one blaze reportedly burned at least five homes in alpine the county fire and napa county and yolo county continues to burn up to about eighty nine thousand acres and the last report about forty two to forty three percent contained is also a fire about fifteen thousand acres in lake county it's called a ponti fire and it's ninety five percent contained so it's just about out there will be boxing at the save mart center today with doors opening at four pm however there will not be about between jose ramirez and danny o'connor o'connor collapse that his way in yesterday suffering from dehydration which was caused by his trying to make weight he was subsequently hospitalized now the under cards will move up to be the main event the department of public health this confirming the first case of west nile virus in fresno county for two thousand eighteen officials say there have been nine symptomatic cases throughout the state of california no fatalities residents are being urged to use repellent and other methods of reducing contact with mosquitoes fresno police continue to search for the suspect to shot a man in the face thursday night shots bader said officers to the parking lot of a liquor store on butler and chestnut in the southeast portion of the city round ten thirty pm there a man in his forties was shot in the face but officers say the wounds not life threatening and he is expected to survive officers are now investigating this shooting is gang related and they ask anyone with information to gaul valley crime stoppers the.

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"gaul" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"gaul" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Well pass minutes was hired instead initially but he chose to stay in birmingham that's the problem i'm on the outside looking in tell me how you got two big ten guys making your top hanley at that rarely call don the big ten darrell don't you dare associate notre dame with the big ten you got that pal that actual separate well darrelle these guys were never when when they were hired they were not we never expelled the air you'll why here's our problem he like vision and he let creativity let me your to show is is becoming like your darrow you raise that darrow brain washington wizards okay then your lead in gaul here here hero ask your question because they're all the top three colors dale may i ask you a question sure coming to the end they're listening to me for a second we're we're coming to the end of tenure here and we'll reset here in a couple of weeks so are you suggesting i should replace both of them and bring other people on the show i would like i would like for free agency i mean we got a couple of balls make sure we get some you know hey here there may be a total reset here in about two months okay paulie beijing top three dot com they're all in their sixties paul you actually tell you all you need to do hold over sixty years you're the thought recall john head all over sixty years that's not true this is only hours reach sibert lying.

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"gaul" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

The Healthy Moms Podcast

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"gaul" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

"Oh yeah they found out that it was actually infected in posse and you know if it could be totally chronic like it's just dead tissue and those need to come out but they can't always tell in less you're actively in the infections stage in showing white blood cells in the lab work they can't tell so is it possible then for someone to have got stones and not have symptoms like can those exist in gaul out of this otherwise functioning totally you've many people go through life it's more it's more common to have asymmetric gallstones than to have the be symptomatic okay so just older sound that showed gallstones like if someone was presenting symptoms that wouldn't necessarily be a reason to get your gall bladder removed if you're willing to make the dietary changes basically no it wouldn't right and the thing is too that sometimes people will go in with excruciating pain because this was question is how do you know clearly with the amount of pain that someone get into with a stone trying to pass through the bile duct if it is just so painful that they're going to think that this is just very serious i mean not that can't be because the bile comeback come back up and so on but in terms of the gallbladder being diseased at self that's not necessarily the case okay so i love to go a little deeper on what actually creates these problems in the first place because i know from what little i remember when my dad went through it they pretty much said like it's fat in your diet that causes gallbladder problems and can't be fixed and you just have to have it removed i'm guessing you have a better answer than that so i'm curious what are some of the things that cause gallbladder problems in the body to begin with.

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