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Fresh update on "germain" discussed on The Journal.
"That's all for today monday. April nineteenth the journal is a co production of gimblett and the wall street journal. If you like our show follow us on spotify or wherever. You get your podcast. Were out every weekday afternoon. Thanks for listening. See you tomorrow on a misty june night. In two thousand eighteen a young indigenous woman stepped out of a missoula bar and vanished germain. Charlotte's disappearance is full of secrets and dead ends but sometimes a single lie can lead you to the truth. What the family was told is not the truth and i know i'm connie walker from gimblett. Stolen the search for germain is out now. Follow and listen for free only on spotify..
Fresh update on "germain" discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"It now. Just for financial safety and the pandemic never more than in. This has football as a gay brewer. Such joy it's bound the will together when we watch these games. We feel a sense of connection. We feel offensive. Maybe we feel alive and football game is really saved us but the football industry in this may when you realize the business can do. The opposite of myopia agreed to selfishness. The self interest And that's the true dog this it's going to be ultimately the funds and And the that the court of public opinion in england i believe will will Will fight this one out. There's a tremendous anger that how they've been kind of treat it as powerless and many many fans. It's a bit like what they felt a bit like watching kelsey and drakensberg down kings lending and how they react Now cooley exposed. The the english fan will not want just be an innocent victim and all of this to say much on the line for them in terms of that love that memories the proud the profound connection that they have the game and that ultimately it's going to be full won or lost in england rather than the rest of the world so starting this afternoon when the pool play leads watching ned. The funds reaction is going to be ultimately definitive. So then before. I let you go roger. Bennett co host with michael davies of the men in blazers Here on on the rich eisen show. So are there their owners of i guess. Paris saint germain and Owners of i guess in germany feeling the pressure were already said. Yeah but let me see how. Let the trial balloon. Goes you take the first step. And then there's five other spots of qualifiers. Where do they come in. From from whatever's left of the embers of all the the the league's that they're that they're lopping the best teams off of like seriously like they think they're going to have a relationship with them is that it's going to be. The new york calls may shut messing. We're going to see him. And and the net. I mean my gosh go way. Back news rich. Eisen the The other thing that paul has been particularly well sort three cara. The teams is fascinating. You mentioned the german teams jim. Football clubs run off a very different model to the rest of the world. They are normally found. And so the big teams at buying and domini were invited to join a brief statement saying that they will refrain. And in fact it's everything your european super league that they don't believe in and that's the battle right now. It is for the hearts and minds of what football is truly about and have to believe Ukraine keys and glazes. They've shown all no they show him on just united they genuinely could not care less for what the fan base thing can fail. I think some of these battlefields. There's going to be liberal football club. Which is are currently. The champions they already owned by fenway sports group at john henry. It's been incredibly sensitive to public opinion in the post a couple of times. They've tried to flee the notion of radical change in football. The fan base is risen up and they've had a u-turn in terms of what they were planning that liverpool team. I'm from liverpool happen to this. Poor the other team by the mets to the yankees football club. That's full disclosure but liverpool. It's a singular. Not liverpool is a is passionate town. It's a working class town. Football team has been at a time of the city for decades as representative out there in europe so the gentleman who really founded the club bill shankly scottish trade unionist. He told with great passion. About how liverpool was always going to be a working man's club. You walked shankly gates when you walk too much. At unfilled they fans they. It is a deeply committed. it's deeply passionate and the just watching the the the backlash deadspin instant towards the boston. Red sox liverpool. That's the team to watch if they stand up and just force the through News i'm base. It's an incredibly delicate. They're trying to do right now. And i believe that will ultimately will determine the fate of the future of european football roger. I know you brought it up before. And i know this is not a constellation. At all i don't say this other than just to try and set the facts straight. This is not meant to in any other way to say that but maybe lost amongst the super league announcement certainly for you was that downton abbey two has been set for christmas. The whole cast is is coming back so there is that mrs moore back in my.
"germain" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast
"Hello everyone and welcome back to another episode of the seek outside podcast. My name is dennis Kevin joining us today from The new offices. I guess at outside. Hq and then our guest. Today is bianca germain You find her on instagram bianca. German you may have seen some pictures shown up on our instagram's wonderful ski content coming out bianca How's it going. It's going well. Thanks for having me on excited to get chatting today. Awesome my of my first question to Well one you've been taking really really amazing ski photos and we'll get into kind of the photography background Maybe what your day job is but scrolling scrolling through your instagram and kind of checking things out. I see that you're a pack burro racing experts. Is that correct. I wouldn't go. I definitely wouldn't say expert. That was like one of those things or it was just an experience. You had to try once in. Yeah i mean we. I did it with a good friend of mine. And we trained. I think once with a bunch of donkeys. There's a there's a pretty serious community they're actually and in some serious running talent Yeah so he trained and then we signed up for a race in creed colorado which is like this old mining town. Just kinda thought. It'd be cool experience. I mean the history behind. Pack borough racing actually has to do with mining race the the boroughs up to old mining spots. And what i would Get the claim for the mind. And there's like all these crazy Rules regulations or you have to like. I'm going knock remember the names of the items but you have to go with like a pack on your borough shovel a pan. Something out and you like way them. Anyways we were totally over our heads. And i remember sitting in the waiting at the starting line and my friend mats borough just explosive bowel movement all over my friend mats legs. We haven't even gotten like the race started and then my my donkey like basically walked the whole ten mile see like wouldn't budge..
"germain" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast
"All around the world like she talked about this the other day she was alive and she was talking about all the things that she's learned from helping people do video right like what a better life like. She gets all this advice for free from people that she's actually helping right and and if you're listening on on any of the platforms you can't see. Listen i but she has an award that she received from helping people with youtube right Her marketing strategies have helped people make millions and millions of dollars. And i'm excited. Because i'm going to listen to everything. She says and continued to make millions and millions of dollars. So liz germain welcome to the podcast i am. I'm so honored and privileged at. You're here and i just call you a friend. And i'm grateful for you. So thanks for being here for halloween. Ruins needs influence. This is like an obvious collab- exactly right right and and it's funny. You say that. Because when i first started he fluence. Everybody thought it was directed towards men right and when my friend Kevin devante stimson kind of helped me through my my branding right. We just wrote like hundreds of names on a chalkboard and we just kept racing things until we got down to he being god an influence meaning he influencing made influence people right. And if you obviously as. I said you can't see me and liz but behind me as a little banner that i've had for a while in my big office in our new house that has a little arrow pointing up the shield and so yeah so Vid fluency and he flew. So it's awesome. So i feel like i know liz a little bit. I i will say this She's a lot happier nowadays than i've ever seen before and and i've always asked. How's the dating scene gone and not so good. How's the dating scene gone. Not so good but now she can't say it's not so good because she has this big smile on her face. Right now is we're talking. So why don't you share your story. Real quick that people so people can kind of get to know where you started where you come from. Maybe we'll dive into some really cool things. I just told her. I said i'm excited just to to know a little bit more about her and then let people know let people kind of see how she helps people the way she does so share way my friend. Okay so be the cliff notes background. I was born and raised in michigan. A was not taught really health and fitness or health and wellness skills. Growing up. just really not a part of the midwest culture. It's very much a part of the west coast east coast. You know the coastal towns in big cities. There's a lot of for health in you. Know it's kinda like a part of the lifestyle there when people are just always exercising especially sunny out all the time easy to go outside go for hikes. You know go to your workout classes all that. But i didn't grow up with.
Man shot by off-duty Chicago police officer during alleged carjacking charged with attempted murder
"To carjack and off duty Chicago police officer in Lawndale is charged with attempted murder. 34 year old Germain Morris was arrested in the 1200 block of South killer Yesterday. The alleged murder attempt happened two weeks after judge released him unaffordable bail for possession of a firearm and resisting police. Lisa He's also a person of interest in another shooting. Residents
"This is native america calling. I'm tara gatewood. Joining us live from my homeland of sheer doing via skype and people are often inspired to pursue veterinary medicine because of their love for animals but being a veterinarian is much more than just caring for adorable puppies and kittens. it involves years of schooling in the sciences. Today we're looking into what it's like being a native veterinarian. Some vets work with house. Pets like dogs. Cats birds bets also work with livestock. And they're also in an important part of reducing outta control cat in dog populations in and around native communities our guests on the show today. We'll tell you there's a need for more native veterinarians and technicians and we'll hear more from them about their passion to serve their native communities by working with animals. And you can join us to. Do you have questions about what it takes to become a veterinarian. Are there enough that veterinary clinics in your community. Tell us about it at one. Eight hundred nine nine six two eight four eight. That's also one eight hundred nine nine native and right now we're going to start off in crown point new mexico. We have dr germain day. She is a director of the veterinary teaching hospital and the land grant program at the navajo technical university and she is today and is our pleasure to have her here. dr day. Welcome to native america calling and feel free to further. Introduce yourself good morning yet. And this is dr germain day. I would like to introduce myself in The net I am of the touch. Eat ni clan kiani buses. Chain a she does she say they. She doesn't let my pledge there. You said nausea that nasha so to translate that to english. I just said that my Clan is touchy knee. Which is the red running into the water. People claiming i am born and for the towering house clan. My grandfather's late grandfather's clan is salt people clan and my paternal Grandfather's clan is start of the ridge street people clan. I am from coyote canyon new mexico which is on the eastern side of the navajo nation and i Attended the colorado state university in fort collins. Colorado i graduated. I graduated from school in two thousand one. I've been in practice since two thousand one. So it's been about twenty years when i first Graduated vet school. I went into private practice Mixed animal practice where. I worked on small animals and large animals. In some exotics. I worked in the The gallup new mexico and the say benito area initially then moved on to Grants to a clinic and grants. Then i Did some relief work in georgia. Texas california before returning to new mexico worked in albuquerque For a little bit for a few years before i returned to the navajo nation. I started at navajo technical university in two thousand nine as the director of the veterinary teaching hospital and the land grant program. And i've been here ever since. Wow and there's been quite a journey to to those different places but what was it that drew you to this profession. Why did you want to pursue a veterinary career swell. So i as. I grew up on a a ranch. I was exposed to Large animals my family owned cattle horses. Sheep goats and I just enjoyed and enjoyed being around animals. I brody horses With my sister brother and cousins starting at the age of about three and Just spent a lot of time outdoors with animals then later as a preteen and teenager. I did some volunteer work at the local veterinary clinic in gallup and really enjoyed that work then as i moved into Graduated from high school and went on into college. I had a professor. That thought i should go to medical school but i realized at that point that i really wanted to go into veterinary medicine and
Montana joins Missing and Murdered project, Indigenous Women Task Force, and Navajo COVID surge
"This is national native antonio gonzalez the confederated sailfish and kootenai tribes. In north west montana are participating in the national pilot project to improve coordination between agencies investigating missing and murdered indigenous persons cases yellowstone. Public radio's caitlyn. Nicholas reports the us department of justice recently developed protocols for federal tribal and state law enforcement to work together more efficiently which the k- kt will adapt into a tribal community response. Plan that specific to the flathead. Craig couture the cs kt. Police chief says this plan will help. When investigations cross jurisdictional lines gives us each a piece of this puzzle to put together or we have input on how. We're going to do this. So when we come together is going to be seamless for the hand off on who's going to be the lead jurisdiction if it goes into multiple jurisdiction who follows up on that it gives us a better opportunity to solve these cases and to bring some of these people home. See chairwoman shelly. Says the tribal council met with federal state and tribal agencies on tuesday to start adapting the doj's protocols to fit the community find says the cs kt were motivated to participate. After one of their own. Germain charro went missing in two thousand eighteen and has yet to be found so very excited to roll up our sleeves next week can start working on these guides in these guys are designed to be versatile enough to fit into each individual tribal community after working with the cs. Kt in the coming weeks the doj plans to go through the same process with other montana. Tribes i'm caitlyn nicholas wisconsin's missing murdered indigenous women's task force met virtually for its first meeting friday to begin work. The task forces seeking to address abduction homicide violence and trafficking of indigenous women. The group's identifying solutions and gathering data tribal representatives elders law enforcement. Judges and state leaders are among members of the task. Force there will also be opportunities for public. Participation through workgroups updated public health. Emergency orders go into effect. Monday on the navajo nation as the try abc's a surge in covid nineteen cases. Stay at home. Orders are extended fifty-seven our weekend lockdowns are being re implemented and essential businesses will only be open on weekdays from seven to seven the updated orders. Come days after navajo. Indian health service medical and healthcare providers say the tribes now in the major health care crisis during a virtual forum last week. Health officials pleaded with the public to stay home and take precautions to help reduce the surge in new covid. Nineteen cases and hospitalizations doctor. Loretta christianson chief medical officer for the navajo area. Ihs says hospital resources are stretched thin. Sure you that we will provide the best quality care possible but if we all don't stop coverted we will run out of beds. We will run out of nurses and we will run out of supplies. So we're asking each and every one of you today to help us. Please don't travel please. Don't gather or attend any events we he's wear your masks in this includes with your family you need to continuously wash your hands or use hand sanitizer and you need to socially distance everywhere. You go as of sunday. The number of positive covid nineteen cases reached seventeen thousand nine hundred m15 the navajo area. Ihs has reported. Nearly all icu. Beds are at full capacity. And they have limited resources including medical staff and few options to transport patients to regional hospitals because they're also near capacity navajo health professionals and tribal leaders say the second wave of covid. Nineteen is more severe than what the tribe saw in april. And may i'm antonia gonzalez.
"Chicago Bears Winning Ugly" with Olin Kreutz - Episode 033 - burst 02
"They gave Robert Quinn 70 million additives. Okay, the Bears offensive line, we all know needed help so they went on and got Germain ifedi for league minimum. So now now we're not very confused why the Bears all kind is not plain great football game right now, right and it's just even when I when I used to play for the Bears for years people would ask me that question what's wrong with the Bears offensive line and and trying to be a good teammate, I wouldn't say a word but my what I wanted to say, I have you looked at the draft pick since we got here right? Have you have you looked at who we've signed? I remembered 2009 the offensive line was terrible and and I had a conversation with some of the month. We gotta we really need to improve our offense right? We're going to get get color killed here. And so what they did is around the side Julius Peppers, they put another Hall of Famer on a defense of Brian Urlacher and in the club. Discontinue the next year why is your offensive line so bad and I just keep looking at the people would ask the question that they man. I mean, all you have to do is look at draft picks and look at who we sign is free agent and you figure out why we don't play very often decided the line. Yeah, they're buying Toyota's on the offensive line and Porsches on defense. So it's a little it's a little different. Sorry about that chase of go ahead with the exception of the offensive line. Which what other unit on the entire team. Do you think needs improve the most in order for the Bears to validate their their Good Start? You know, what I what I'd like to see an improvement on is David Montgomery just or somebody. I don't know who they'll get artavis Pierce or or Cordarrelle Patterson or so. You know, what I'm getting to is when when all Chris lines does give me your whole you have to hit it right and and here's a problem with David Montgomery, even if you know, I love the way he played he's not going to break two or three tackles and go to the house. So the birth Are missing that kind of player. I'd like to see them improve their with their running game and their offensive line working together. Cuz look at here's the here's the honest truth about the Bears to be honest with you. I'm an expert on it. There's not a lot of talent there and they have to they have to get in a room somewhere and they have to admit that to themselves. So when you don't have to have a lot of talent you you have to be all in by that I mean, you have to contract your details, you have to give maximum effort on every play. You have to be better than the sum of your cock. So when you asked me where they have to approve by position-wise, what they have to do is they have to improve all eleven guys have to be a well-oiled machine artists authors really doesn't have a chance so they have to go in every time thinking this is a gang fight. It's also 11:00 working together to pull this boat on a field do everything right. For example. You cannot on 34 come across the middle and a crossroad like Miller did and then run backwards you can do that. Okay, the offensive line has to be able to recognize run flip pick em up and give their running back or Kris and only way you pick a run place up is you all work together really really? Well. What do you think it's going to take because clearly no matter how many times you win like, you said earlier like all the matters at the end of the day just wait in the Bears have done that so
"germain" Discussed on Mysterious Universe
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"germain" Discussed on Mysterious Universe
"Saint Germain is okay. Great. And I don't think it's it's what you think not extraterrestrial. nope. something. Else is on the coldest. Something else, layer It may be connected with nominal giveaway. This bizarre appearance he makes in eighteen hundreds in Vienna he just turns up and. He turns child. Now we up to God Mesmeh apparently. Mesmeh had these struggles with his theories on hypnotism mesmerizing and all of a sudden Saint Germain's like would you like to know more and gives him all this secret information? This following that is off that there's this group of alchemy initiates who were aware of who saint, Germain Wozniak new of the legend and they had this alchemy lab in city in Vienna Vienna, and it was France Greta and a friend of his another initiate that will working together and late at night, go into the lab. And sitting there. In a chair reading an old manuscript is Saint Germain. And they both kind of walk in on. Him It's him because I can tell by the look in the description they I think it must be saint. Germain. They said they. They stood dumb at the threshold and this mysterious intruder slowly closed his book slowly rose. And they knew that this apparition can be no other in the world than the man of does Saint Germain and they described him as if there was this, we'd glowing wash around him like he's now some kind of Saint Louis he's he's Becca luminosity. He's glowing like a Djeddai that's that's being killed bicycling and. The man is speechless and basically he says to them I know of what you're doing because the alchemists and he says I WANNA be of service to you. Speak but that is oh, they're not to say it's like meeting Elvis for these guys. Anyway, one of them quickly goes to the kitchen to get wine because he don't want to go you to be a good host. And immediately Saint Germain says. Entering, on an eight I don't need the wind. But what he does is he reaches out touches the bottle and he immediately tells them with wine is from he says Oh this is from Hungary. It comes from my friend Catherine of Russia and he tells them the history of where the grapes came from when it was barreled and he just and then it's just like this we'd psychiatry just touches the bottle and noise all these details. But. He does this we trick for them. He's got this kind of Mission for them. Any offs for some rotting materials and two sheets of paper, and he was known for doing this apparently. So he gets to sheets of paper and he puts them on the table. He gets an a an ink pen. In his left hand and one in his right hand, and then he proceeds to simultaneously. Right to letters. With the left hand on the right hand on each piece of paper is A. Gift writes this letter like you could probably teach yourself to do that but. He does this end he gives them h instructions to deliver this delivered this to certain people write these letters. Now, he says they're both the same letter and you can compare them if you like. So one of them actually takes both sheets and he goes and holds them up to the window. To See if they're the same. End says stroke. For stroke. They're identical. And this strange detail I think will give us a clue as to. What Saint? Germain is. He said they appear as if our facilities of each other that copies. They appear as if they were impressions from some kind of Culpa plight. They they couldn't understand how he had created identical cloned documents by using his hands. It just didn't make sense. But then something happens to Saint Germain he kind of sits down. This is brief compensation. And for few seconds, I said, he became rigid as a statue. He's is which will always expressive beyond words became dull and call us. After short time though he becomes reanimated, he makes a movement with his hand as if in a signal of his departure and says, I'm leaving do not visit me once again you will see me tomorrow night I am off I am much needed in Constantinople then I'll be in England to prepare to inventions which you will see in the next century and he starts explaining to them what trains and steamboats aw. and this happened in like seventeen ninety something. So, well, before snow seventeen, eighty s this happened remaining well before steamboats well before trains and he's describing these future inventions and how he needs to go and make sure that the invented the unblock. interesting theory he says, the season's will gradually change the first the spring and the summer. He says it's the gradual cessation of time itself as the announcement of the end of the cycle. I see it all he says, astrologists and meteorologists no nothing. Believe me one needs to have studied in the Pyramids as I have studied towards the end of the century I shall.
"germain" Discussed on Mysterious Universe
"He knew that they were gonNA come off to him because he knew that the right hand of the King Was Corrupt. And essentially. She, asked symbol, are you gonna stay in Paris and he makes them we'd comment of basically says. No I I have to leave because the coming Foamy, but I want set foot in the city for a hundred years. He makes these comments about large amounts of time like I I want return he for a couple of centuries. Then I'll I'll be back. But she says, well, what if the king does actually summoned you and he's responses I'll return when she says, well, no, you know how will you know if you're outside the city if you somewhere else how we you know he just says I have means of doing. So do not trouble yourself with these details. So again, there's an inference that. He has some kind of superdome away. Of knowing when he's wanted a when he summoned or he has some kind of spy network. But. It doesn't seem like it's it seems like he operates alone mostly saw the way he lays Paris he's out of it couple of hours later. The King's advisor this corrupt guy. Tons up data malls, apartment and. He starts making all these accusations about Saint Germain. He's like he's a he's Charlatan I know all these tricks. I know what he's up to a new like I knew how tricky he was with the old king. And he basically says nothing will happen to you. If you tell me where he's gone, give me his address and she says look I don't know where he is. He just laughed and he says that doesn't matter the police hounds heavy centene nothing grievous will befall you if you just cooperate like he's basically you know. The head of the the the Stasi. Toronto catch the time. Yeah, exactly. And saint-germain had predicted a perfectly but then bizarrely Saint Germain bursts into the room just like does this crame stall launch into the room and the right hand of the king is basically. A little bit freaked out at Saint Germain. And essentially tells him. Gloves love him. Well, he says, I have nothing to reproach myself with when horrible anneke devastates old France as these calamities you will not see them but to have prepared them, we'll be sufficient memorial of you expect expect our homage from authority frivolous and incapable minister. You'll be ranked among those who caused the ruin of empires and as he says, this saint-germain exits, the room and slams the door. Now Cape flapping in the wind is he goes. Yeah. Well I mean this is just a tiny apartment in Paris and use. The right. Hand of the king has turned up with a retinue of God's immediately. He's just like God's serious. Susan. And the whole places searched sites remains gone on completely disappeared these tricks. Now. It turns out the the kings advise a walls instrumental in the foaming of the bloody revolution that was to come in light entries of Dari religion that she's starting to see how society is changing this. This kind of as the years progress. This is feeling in the edge that. There's something wrong and is something coming. She says, the future was darkening. We were nearing the terrible catastrophe which was about to overwhelm France. She says, the abyss was at efate yet averting our heads struck with a fatal blindness she said. We hurried from fight to fate. So they they they went from Poti to Potty from Distraction to distraction. She says, we went from pleasure to pleasure idol debauchery. It was like a kind of friends frenzies frenzy she said, which thrust us gaily onto our destruction. Alas, how can a storm be controlled? When one sees it? Not It's like all of society no one in society soul this coming even though the writing was clearly on the wall Marie this is funny because this gives some new insiders into what was going on because the this history from popular culture point of view economics. You you got the impression that Marie? Antoinette was very you know living life with abandoned and she didn't care. The people at all and you hear that story you know let them eat cake. She never said that she never wasn't like that it was. She actually was concerned about the citizens and as I said when we were talking about Doug, all Stroh in the past is that you know marie-antoinette understood that there was a problem with the wealth and how is being distributed and all these jewel is becoming to her and trying to give these. Extremely, him and all these jewels becoming to her and trying to give these really extremely expensive pieces of jewelry and she was saying, no, that could be ship or no send that back that could be food for these people or it could be yeah and the problem was is because the French got themselves involved in in the war in America and that was sending troops over such resources was going into that that have cost. The populist was starting to get agitated because bread walls actually going up. That's what the story of Hussein the came from and obviously the population was being disturbed but in light of what you just told me Ben. I wonder if she actually started thinking about what she was told as he realized that it was too late but she was trying to do something. Well, there's a quote from her coming up where the.
"germain" Discussed on Mysterious Universe
"Sept will be the acts of the execution. Signed. Blog is coming blog destruction death rioting all that good stuff. If this is real though I mean at this is genuine and this hasn't been orchestrated off the the guy is accurately predicting the French Revolution. Yeah And he's doing it. I think it's like ten ten years ahead of it happening. Now. Mademoiselle Adema kind of cries out because you know this language in front of the Queen this suggestion is. A festival very improper like sh she thought it would be something less than this like some kind of conspiracy from on Alexa level, not the destruction of everything. She basically says Monsieur. What do you think you'll saying an look at who you're speaking to. and. The Kwena Self says, look these are things that my e is unknown accustomed to hear and Saint. Germain says look it's it's in the gravity of the circumstances that I find this baldness. He says I am deeply grieved to displease your majesty but I can only speak the truth he's desperate. And in fact, he is risking his neck by speaking this way to the Queen. And he has more prophecy of tecom. He says, you'll majesty will permit me in my turn to remind you that Cassandra told the ruin of Troy. He says I am Cassandra. Some years yet will pass by in a deceitful com. Then from all parts of the kingdom will up men greedy full vengeance greedy for power or for money, and they will overthrow own their way. He says the seditious populous and some great members of the state will lend them support and a spirit of delirium will take possession of the citizens. Civil war will burst out with all its horace and it will bring in its train murder pillage exile. Then it will be regretted that I was not listened to. Perhaps. I shall be asked for again.
"germain" Discussed on Mysterious Universe
"What Saint Germain could be. and Isabel Cooper Oakley who wrote this book? In nineteen twelve she claims she was lent the the original copy of This Frenchwoman's diary from that library of Madame Def- now. Let's look at some of the woods from this Mademoiselle asthma. Where where she describes saint-germain turning up at the court and she she she says, he basically turned up at the corner France long before her she said it was in seventeen, forty three or thereabouts. The room started to spread that this stranger enormously rich to judge by the magnificence of his jewelry. Had just arrive Investi and went steady Shiaz waded come from. Well, that is what no one has ever been able to learn. He's countenance was haughty intellectual acute and struck one at first sight. He had a pliant graceful figure delicate hands a small foot. Nothing, sexier than a man with a small foot in eighteenth century. France. And an elegant leg which set off a well fitting silk stocking. Stop by erection can only get so hot. The small clothes very tight also suggested a rare perfection of form. And he smiles showed the most beautiful tape in the world. A pretty dimpled on his chin. He's had was black. He's is was soft and penetrating an Oh, what is she said I have nowhere seen the equal he appeared about forty to forty five years old. Now, again, always about forty to forty five years old. So around the time of King Louis, the fifteenth death in Seventeen, seventy five, she wrote the. During this time period. She, she had this kind of adventure. She fell into this adventure with this man she was alone in Paris and. Her husband had gone off to visit some relations. She says, it was one Sunday eight o'clock in the morning and I'm accustomed to have massive noon. So I had bought little time for my toilet and preparing to go out I, just going to reread that until. It's eight o'clock in the morning you'll going to mass at twelve and you're in a rush to get ready to have any idea how it is to get into those frocks back then. So that's like an hour just to get into one of those. Yeah. Thing the whig. You get a like a winch to put it up on it takes eight men to puff up her. College exactly So she was really rushed and she was just in this crazy rush to get her makeup on and get all the clothes on and she says I had scarcely thrown on my morning rapper when Madame real stand my head waiting woman who I placed entire confidence in came to tell me that a gentleman wished to speak to me. And it's funny because she kind of stops and really underlines the audacity of this. She's like to pay visit to a woman at eight o'clock in the morning was against all accepted rules. So she starts asking her, you know head made. If it's her lawyer if it's architect is at her Sadler's at one of her femme like who could be so brazen to turn off. It is a clock in the morning when she's only wearing her eighth wrapping layer everyone knows that no one of her status gets up before two of the o'clock. Yes. And H question like is this my Sadler is this my lawyer homemade, nats, not him. He's at my farm at not. And she keeps questioning him made and I thought with all respect Madam Law Com tasks that the devil had long since my mantle out of the Skien of the scar in her diary she writes. I Austin. Austin. Review all of those of.
"germain" Discussed on Mysterious Universe
"Sauerkraut or something. And this is apparently what happened he he caught it in the Costlo all friend. Now this question of his death and you might ask, well. Why would there be any suspicion of death? I mean what were the circumstances? Well, I thought. He died when the he's good friend, the Prince was away. So apparently, there was said that there was to like house servants in the castle at the time to women than they've never named in history. We don't know who they were He. He's essentially alone in this causal and dies but to deepen the mystery. Prince Charles he's friend when he returned to his home and lent of his friend's death. burnt all of Saint. Germain's invaluable papers basically everything all of his effects and correspondence. He just bought at all and he's excuse walls. Oh we don't want it to be misinterpreted. What does that even mean it was almost like he was covering up for the Guy like erasing any connections he would have. In his new life that's that's the in for right Yep and then he just started showing up all over the place in seventeen eighty five. There was this congress of freemasons that was held in Paris at the time and It was attended by Rosicrucians cabalists aluminum body. Also, it's a secret societies went to this. Oh like this idea it's like comecon for secret societies. Like they turn up as their favorite demon. Handshakes Y-, we'd hand strikes everyone's looking for the Goatman. and according to the Masonic Archives. The also a famous guests, the mistakes and alchemists account cow category. Australia. was there who said to be a disciple of Saint Germain at one point, there was philosophers like Louis Claude the Saint Martin Luther Hegley Australia Guy was just recently talking about who ended up getting the Unique. So yeah, and wasn't it that he was he fooled the French court by pretending that he was friends with a marie-antoinette than hard to impersonate her. Story recently. I think that's it. Mesmeh was you know the famous hypnotist and apparently there was like a keynote speech. And no one knew who was going to give a speech was like a mystery. Steve Jobs who who's GONNA come out and Saint Germain scientists. And one thing he comes out. As. Reveals himself as Saint Germain and he gives a speech tool these occultist see dresses the meeting of these freemasons and secret society. Members. it was recorded by the diarist later Mademoiselle the ADEMA. That he visited her five times over a period of many years beginning in seventeen, eighty nine. and. He also visited Sweden's King Gustavus third to warn him of danger and ending in eighteen twenty the night before the infamous murder of Duke debris. And even strangers that in her own Dariz. The Queen of France marie-antoinette expresses regret that she didn't take note of Saint Germain's early warnings about the full coming. French Revolution. Now reportedly saint-germain appeared to Marie Antoinette imprisoned to warn her date and Tana Thir- execution. Now, it's this event that I wanted to zoom in on a little bit because it suggests the Saint Germain apart from having all these incredible abilities. Had this incredible foreside that virtually everyone in French society by the conspirators themselves. was lacking. He knew the these revolutionary forces were brewing and he did everything he could to warn the king. He did everything he could. Now, this exit cer- Mademoiselle Adama's diary in Isabel Kupa Oakley's book from Nineteen. Twelve called the secret of kings and Kupa Oakley was one of the early feel sophists. and Diadema this. Mademoiselle she was really close intimate friends of Queen. She knew Miranshah really well, she died in nineteen, twenty two and apparently there's a there's a real copy of her Dari that still found in the library of Madame Five. Now Madam FA DEF- is Atlanta provides keys, aunt. Oh. So you can see the connections through the. Building is a very strong theoretical connection to this Dari. Which Dawes bringing to question its validity? Why Well because there's accusations that. It kind of fits into the theoretical idea of.
"germain" Discussed on Mysterious Universe
"Wait What the fuck is this is this French I can't fucking read. French. Official. Response to your comment. he then according to count. Alexei all of who was the head of the Russian imperial forces all avert that he was an invaluable diplomat. He was an incredible pal adviser during the Russian Turkish war of seventeen, sixty, eight to seventeen seventy. So we actually stuck around during this high stakes war and because he performs admirably. The the head of the imperial forces made him a high ranking officer in the Russian army and basically said You know you've got this rank and you can take the name of general like you can take a general's name. So this is a great example of how Saint Germain just really. Didn't give much stock. He didn't care about these high stations in society because he he gave himself this ironic name in English because the Russians wouldn't really understand it. He called himself general well, done as in job well, done. That was his title General? Well dumb. And then he just disappears. This is great ceremonial this pump and he gets these medals these new uniform next day he's gone. It's completely vanishes. He doesn't care about the prestige of these stations and it's almost as if. He's a funny thing like Saint Germain goes in. At a crucial time when something needs to be done when.
Demonstrators voice concerns over spearfishing incident
"This is national native. News Antonia Gonzalez last month. A man shot off a gun near tribal spear fishers on the lake in northern Wisconsin for many that brought back memories protests over native spear fishing rights in the nineteen eighties and nineties. The man involved in the recent incident says he was shooting at a squirrel on his property, but is now facing misdemeanor hate crime charges. Some tribal members want tougher prosecution Ben Meyer explains the protest Monday morning in front of the violence. County courthouse was silent, but noticeable people like Shannon Retana held signs, demanding justice for tribal members and. And respect for treaty rights were tired of the hey. Tight racism is hatred and feeding, and allowing that to continue for so long is it's unacceptable and we're not going to stand for. We won't tolerate it anymore. On the night of May. Second Retinas and three others were practising their fragile protected right to spearfish for Walleye off reservation this time on little Saint Germain Lake on shore, sixty one year, old James Kelsey fired a shotgun. He says he was firing at a squirrel on his property Retana doesn't buy it, so that's why may shirt says he's not a squirrel. Now clearly, he's not a squirrel. He's a man. No one was hurt by the shots, but police arrested Kelsey that night he was charged with two misdemeanors, including a hate crime but Chelsea's attorney Steve Lucarelli, told me his client really was firing at a red squirrel on his property. These were two unrelated events. And assumptions of the meant that they are related. There's a reasonable explanation for what occurred. The attorney said he's concerned. The episode is being blown out of proportion, but Chelsea's bond includes restrictions on guns, alcohol and going onto tribal lands, the case comes against the backdrop of protests over the spear fishing rights of Ojibway tribal members which started in the nineteen eighties, and at times, became violent and racist. Britney lured all elected flambeau tribal member. Holding a sign on Monday says she had hoped the North Woods was passed those days I was just hoping that I would read about it in the eighties and never. Never really thought I had to relive it from national native news. I'm Ben Meyer and Eagle River Wisconsin the leader of a tribal group tackling transboundary issues as retiring Tis Peterman has led the Southeast Alaska indigenous transboundary commission since two thousand seventeen I work projects all my wife just said it's time to take time for myself. A few months after the commission was formed in two thousand, fourteen, the Mount Paulie mine spilled waste into British Columbia waters incoming executive director Fredrik Olsen says there are other minor activities that feed into Alaska's rivers and Salmon Habitat. Everybody already knows about Mt Holly about just a miniscule. Little. Blip on the map compared to read mine. Which is operating in a sticky river watershed right now. The Commission is working to address issues on both sides of the border. There's a lot more transboundary issues than mining. You know there's also this the cruise ships to ship waste. There's oil tankers. There's murdered and missing indigenous women. On an on Olsen has worked as the commission's outreach, coordinator and board chair. The US House Appropriations subcommittee on the Interior Environment and related agencies will hear about the healthcare response to covert nineteen and Indian country. A hearing is scheduled Thursday to gather testimony on the Indian. Health Service response and the use of emergency covid, nineteen funding witnesses include leaders from the Indian Health Service the National Indian health, board and the National Council of Urban Indian health. I'm Antonio Gonzales.
How Not to Say Stupid Stuff When You're Stressed
"Guys. It's Friday so we're dropping bonus in this week we've got to. We've got a good one as many of you have experienced. Perhaps I'll just be myself. I've definitely experienced this. Sometimes you get stressed you say dump stuff And that has it's happening to me. Still even after having meditated for over a decade but in in Buddhism. There's a way to deal with this. They call it right speech or mindful speech and the Great Susan. Hiver a meditation teacher based in the Boston area has thought a lot about this. She's written a lot about this and she recently joined me for an episode of T. P. H. Live where we discussed this subject and took questions from the audience? Tv H live for the uninitiated. Is this show. We do on on weekdays three eastern Pacific where we do alive guided meditation for a few minutes and then we take questions from the audience. The session that you're about to hear was with me and and with Susan and we talk about rights beach and being mindful of your speech and she also guides the meditation in the beginning. By the way. You're going to hear my son. Alexander playing in the background Since was recorded Live we don't have a lot of control but what's going on in my apartment at the time and Yeah so if you're okay with that listen on here we go Susan Piper. Hey everybody welcome T. ph live live from my living room if you hear background noise that is my son. Alexander playing with toys in the background tried to talk him into going into his room but didn't work so the role with like good meditators Speaking of good meditators we've got A great teacher today. Susan Piper beaming in from some of Massachusetts. I think they pronounce it. You know if you're speaking the king's English you'll be Somerville locally at some level and Susan. Thanks for joining. Us really appreciate it. I'M SO GLAD TO BE HERE. Appreciate you having our. It's our pleasure You you were a hit last time so it really great to have you back again and I wanted to talk about the subject. Which is I mean incredibly Germain and relevant these days of speech you know how we communicate with other people that Buddhist McCall it right speech Why why in particular is on your mind? These days do something wrong. I I don't know how can avoid doing something wrong in this environment. It's this topic. Came to mind because it's crazy out there. Y'All are people saying all sorts of things. They're people getting in arguments because we're isolated from each other. All we have a speech you know. That's our sole means of communication. It's all happening in the ether. It's so easy to project onto and everybody's uncertain humanity tends not to wear uncertainty well and we WANNA make up explanations for why. This is happening why that's happening and and were isolated. So uncertainty plus isolation leads to some crazy stuff. I online and at home. So how does a muting myself while you're answering? Because it's getting Routing the backdrop here so how. How can meditation help us with our speech? Well that's a very good question and so I just the definition of right speech which is a classical definition mean. Nobody has to be a Buddhist obviously to practice any of this but the whole Buddhist Path. of liberation is called the eightfold path. Right view right intention right speech number three so it's way up there and write speeches no lying. No abusive speech know divisive speech and no idol speech or no gossip. So we're everybody's telling you know it's really hard to find anyone who's not lying even if you think you're not lying people are just spouting things they actually haven't verified. That counts ally. There's I mean I don't have to explain that there's abusive speech and there's divisive speech and then there's Got Gossiping so it's hard not to do those things because we're human beings we get scared and we get angry and what what is needed before we open. Our PILES IS SPACE. Just some little space and then we can have some agency over what comes out and meditation is the practice of creating that space over and over again with every breath get absorbed in your thoughts as you know. And then you see that and you let go to letting go is quite delightful because immediately. There's a space and in meditation. You come back to the breath but in life you could come back to the good intentions of your kind heart or you know the needs of the person in front of you or the truth of your feelings about without that space. There's just reflexive nonsense. Speaking for myself I was just GonNa say speaking for myself. I'm still doing a reflexive nonsense. hopefully a little bit less So so we've invoke meditation when we do a little bit and then we'll at and let me tell people who are watching live. I know a lot of you. Don't watch live but those are watching. Live if you could send questions on this issue in particular. That'd be great Send any questions you want. We'll probably GONNA give us in preference to relevant questions but even if they're irrelevant. Send away so Susan Myself and you WanNa take over left to thank you so I thank you for being willing to sit and rest your minds so meditation practice very simple. Take a comfortable seat which basically means sit up straight. Unless you don't feel well then lie down and relax meaning while you're sitting up straight. Soften soften the front body the belly the area around the heart the shoulders times of stress. It can feel like the shoulders are like all the time but you can just let them let everything roll off your back. The mouth is closed and the reason the mouth is closed and meditation is. Because you don't have to say anything and that is a delightful luxury so let all the muscles of speech relax throat the jaw the tongue and let the inclination to speak relax to and enjoy not having to prove anything justify question and notice that inside there actually is no one talking anyway so it is quiet and you can rest in that quiet
Joe Biden calls for more covid testing at meat processing plants
"The story Biden is calling for more testing of workers at meat packing plants amid the cove in nineteen pandemic in part in a virtual town hall hosted by the league of Latin American citizens and Univision I didn't says the U. S. government considers meat Packers essential but treats them as disposable it is very easy access and rapid result testing which are essential to Germain who is and who is not able to work this is as there have been thousands of coronavirus infections traceable back to meat processing plants and at least thirty
'We owe you': Biden tells meat processing plants, essential workers
"Presumptive democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden calling for more attention a workers a meat packing plant licenses the U. S. government considers meat Packers essential but treat them as disposable it is very easy access and rapid result testing which are essential to Germain who is and who is not able to work this is as there have been thousands of coronavirus infections traceable back to meat processing plants and at least
PSG declared French league champion as season ends early
"We've got a champion even though we don't really have a champion champion. Psg Paris Saint Germain has been declared League one champions after professional football league. Lpf in France confirmed that the twenty one thousand nine hundred twenty league one lead two seasons have been ended so at this point we know that we have a champion of sorts. We'll see what that means for the record books moving forward
French soccer league says Paris Saint-Germain has been awarded title
"The French football authorities say they're rewarding the league one title to party such amount of to the government banned sporting events until at least September because of the pandemic of sports correspondent Alex Capstick reports few will argue against Paris St Germain being crowned champions of France they were twelve points clear with eleven games left but relegation and promotion issues are more complex and could spot legal disputes from those clubs involved the season has also come to a premature end in the Netherlands but Dutch football officials declared it null and void with no winners or losers Liverpool whose lead in England is twenty five points will be hoping the premier league follows the French example although efforts are being made to finish the season it's the same in Germany Italy and Spain although whether or not the game returns will ultimately be a decision for their respective
"germain" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Could be burning fat and guess what Dr Fenchurch St Germain is so dedicated he is so enthralled by helping people I've known this guy for like thirty five years all right and he's always been about helping people and all about getting people on his staff that care they don't just work eight to five they care and now he is opening up more and more burn fats enters a new set benefit benefit you in the villages and unlike merry in Waterford lakes Dr Phillips Apopka Claremont N. to land these are all sinners with some of the best people you've ever talked to and every time we get a caller like Katie here on the line they usually have something really nice to say about the staff where they went it's a supporting staff it's a step of people who care and about this Katie how about the fact that you can pick up your phone and text or talk to the doctor every single day the strong don't you think well America is actually one who helped me all right okay and how does she do when you come in what's our support line like honestly when I first went in I was skeptical but she came she came up and she was all smiling and she was so positive intentions you know it really helped me like it helped me out but she's always she's doing this she goes above and beyond for you it's it's really nice I love her maybe you can tell us a story about maybe there was a day or two in your first twenty eight days or you got kind of discouraged their use you thought man I don't know this but with the way it's going off I'm excited about that but it was a real change of life here and maybe you got a hold of us Samantha and maybe she can turn you in the right direction please I have yet to actually call but usually when I go in it's just but like you know she actually helped me with like menus and recipes and all sorts of things to like stuff that she knows that I like as she helped me out with that so it's actually it's really helpful what a great benefit what has super benefits and I imagine when you do go to the burn fat summer and you go in there and you see Samantha and the rest of the crew but you're also bumping into some other fat burners you were just sharing the story and telling everybody just how special the program is yeah I've actually seen one person come in but I think they were just checking their no they're waiting but it was like you know I'm not alone right it's actually helping other people it was nice to me you know I like that doctor Saint Germain what can't even even I communicate every day I mean I I just totally amazed you know what the results that you made I mean you think about a twenty four pounds and twenty days that's pretty much miraculous is indicating wow it is yeah I know you've been trying to do that for a long time isn't it true yeah it is you know so I I know you're you know you're you're you know you're you're pretty shy and all that but you've really made some miraculous recoveries and I just wanna let you know that your real you know your real part of the team in we appreciate you and we love you and you know let me just ask you this what words of inspiration could you you know share with the listeners right now that you know what inspired them to make the call and and do the same thing that you're doing burning fat and getting healthy what would you say to those people that maybe are a little hesitant or skeptical just like you were we I would all I can really say is just do it I I did it on a whim I was really tired of being on help the team you know always just being down about everything and I was like you know what I mean do something spontaneous I'm gonna do this something that's going to help me did it and it really changed it like helped a lot well tell you a kid you're going to be in our thoughts and our prayers and we're gonna kick continue to communicate daily and I know Sam will be so excited to know that you are spoke about her here on today's show because she is indeed caring and that's with all of our staff in all of our offices so you have a blessed day thank you for calling in and you did a great job I know you're a little shy but thanks so much because people really need to hear from actual patients doing exactly what they need to do and what they know they need to do so congratulations Mister Katie have a blessed day where you used to all right thank you I'm gonna give that.
Liverpool looks to overcome deficit in Leg 2 matchup vs. Atletico
"Two more quarter final places will be decided later on today Liverpool host Atletico Madrid holders need to overturn a one nil deficit from the first leg while Brissett Dorman ticket to one lead into the second leg of that tie against Paris St Germain in a match that was played behind
Jamie Loeb on not letting results define her
"Hey everyone listening the tennis dot Com podcast with American pro. Love Jamie Lobe. She's telling us about the ups and downs of her career on the pro tour. Keep listening you mentioned a team now. We know that here in midland joined by Ed Germain Jenkins. He has worked the past with Naomi Osaka so kind of a semi famous name. What's that experience been like? Yeah you know. I was super excited when I heard that he is going to be kind of charged me during preseason and this year. USDA and You know really grateful to have him and his experience. I really like working working with him. And I you know we agree on Pretty much everything and just seeing his You know point of view on certain things and even asking him questions about you know oh players at the top level what are they doing differently But yeah like you know between owning than he was hitting partner so he's had quite the resume and it's pretty the Cool to be around him. Is there anything. That's kind of stuck out that. He said that he has probably they're used or you know the top players did that. You were like that resonated did with you because you know sometimes coaches can say something and sometimes it doesn't stick but it just depends on how someone says it. I think more so when we're talking about things thinks he's looking at big picture and for me He's you know he's like top hundred fifty like when we're working on things after matches like look if you want to get to this level like doc. This isn't gonNA fly or like you need to get better at this so I think it's good putting things in perspective because it's so easy to focus on the now instead of you know and maybe like three six like one year Threes there six months down the road or a year down the road and I think he always like just brings back so for me until I kind of get Outta my head and stop thinking about now but thinking about okay. What's GonNa be what's going to make me better for the next six months to a year from now it's challenging though because as you've been ranked as high as as the one thirties right? You've been up there she you know but then rankings change and every year is different. He's a bad your last year. How have you managed to cope with expectations? Sion's probably your own because you only fears in. You're still very young but you can kind of get sick of it right. Yeah I feel like a veteran at this point. Irene in is rolling her eyes at me. 'cause I've been playing also since junior is but fulltime. I think it's about five years now. Something like that How injury last year and then confidence one away and it just took a while and then from that wasn't enjoying being on core and then I was just trying to force things and then all of a sudden when I least expected I go and win a tournament when I really didn't think I was going to or really didn't want to be there and then things just change? It just takes one match one tournament for everything to change but at the same time you know these common things not enjoying playing and being out there that kind of creeps in when you're not doing well and you kind of have to take the time to realize like look. Do I need a break or can I push through. And that's kind of the battle. I had last last years well last year you were also I mean. We also have to mention the fact that you made finals here. Two years ago two years ago. Yes so last year. You were defending finals points and unfortunately lost to Mattie second round had a tough drugs we played each other the year before so I mean just that many points and you know losing early in that match in that tournament when you're defending finals. I mean that can also change your year lot and that was was that probably the the biggest amount of points accrue that you were defending ever I believe so. Yeah those definitely I think the most I've had to defend so. Yeah that was. It's tough and then two weeks later. I sprained my ankle. So yeah and that was. That was a struggle learned a lot throughout that time. Time but Ended up playing a couple tournaments when I definitely should not have and then ended up having to take two months off so everything was kind of pushed back. In that time frame I did have more points coming off and then by the time I came back I just I was not confident at all. So there's a slight turning point then in October when you one in Dallas Tonight your your eighth idea which is what were you thinking before. I mean if we didn't want to be there you don't WanNa play and then you end up winning. It doesn't really. I don't quite understand. Yeah it's crazy how things happen I go up a set and four one and One of the US coaches Jordan. Belga was there with me After I got four one turn to him and I'm like I don't WanNa be here anymore and I think his face was like And then of course so I lost next two games but then I ended up. I think winning four and three and from that match or Mike Okay and then I honestly started playing better With each match I think just mentally. I wasn't in a good place going into it and part of me was thinking I might call it a year after that tournament. I actually spoke to Irena a little bit Prior prior to that. I'm like what shed Douche stop now but maybe I can do well. Maybe I can get points. It's just that constant vicious cycle of points money any but then you kinda lose yourself and kind of like self love and self care. Yeah funny should mention that I remember last year I made up behind the racket. Post host and I remember getting a message from you. And it was one of those moments where vicious like girl I've been there we I've been through it. You know let's have a phone phone call and not taking credit for your win but you know we did speak before that credit for that. I don't know it was all you but You Know I. I don't feel like I asked this question enough but I I'm curious. What is it that drives you to keep going? I think for me. I'm stubborn than sons. Were like I I just. I don't know I want to or maybe not stubborn aware but like I just want to start like if I start something like I i WanNa finish it and I WANNA say like look I gave it my all and I don't think I was like ready to stop. Maybe I should have taken a actual break or a as long enough break. I don't really think I took any break but I think I'm just so motivated to do well and prove to myself that like look I can and do this and I think I just love the competition and I'm just really determined with everything I do but I just know myself and I know I wouldn't be satisfied if if I were to stop because at the end of the day like I do love competing and giving myself a chance and I don't WanNa look back and say I didn't do that or fulfill that no stone left unturned right. Yeah right no regrets no regrets. Do you ever feel like maybe the motivation might be. Or how do you stay motivated to be like okay. Maybe the next tournaments my right one the next thing is going to turn around or do you ever just think like. Why am I doing this combination of all of that? Sometimes I'm like. I don't know what's going to happen this week week. Someone like all right. I got this but then I lose first round and some weeks like Dallas. I'm like I don't want to be here and win the tournament. So honestly it's a coin flip live like your mind is You know it's crazy what your mind can do but sometimes you know thinking that way it kind of takes pressure off of you and you just go in with no expectations. I think I've learned to try not to define myself as a person With my results. It's really hard to and you know I'm a perfectionist. I WanNa do well and everything and I wanNA win and succeed. But I've done a better job of just separating myself and then the tennis player and I think that's a big thing by yeah week after week. I feel like the mentality just changes depending where you are to you like. There's some places you know may not want to go to so then you're like Like am I really motivate and other places I guess Midland. I'm highly motivated here because I really enjoy by the people in the crowd so mike always up for. But even when you're down you still have to find a way to kind of persevered through that and do you feel ever pressure. Sure from like maybe your support system family or your sister or USDA to keep going even though maybe sometimes you want to break. I sure I think I tend to care too much with other people. Say and think. And that's kind of a downfall going to please everybody and then I end up not pleasing myself and doing something for myself ourself. So I've battled with myself with that I don't think it's necessarily on anyone. It's just how I feel and you know maybe sometimes my family you know they're always watching me or following and sometimes it's a lot and you know it is pressure but I've grown up doing that and living through that hat so I kind of expected by now but I just need to do a better job of just being like it doesn't matter what anyone else things just matters how I feel if I'm happy if I feel like I'm doing the right thing. Then that's all that matters happy. I love hearing that. I don't hear that enough from tennis players. I mean it's it's so result base driven. You know you get so so many e- even last night you know after you win your match or whatever the first question is you know how you feel second question did you play. How'd you play? And then the third question is typically. Well you play this person next like you know it's never like you go ahead and enjoy this win. Take this moment and I remember last night. You know you asked me you were like hey. Do you want to know who you play next like. Nah I just WanNa and I just want to enjoy this one a little bit maybe just process acid and yeah I can totally relate to what you're saying about you know your whole life. You're just you're just a tennis player. Yeah everyone when you go to family functions. How's through tennis? Yes this yeah lately. That's just annoyed me more because I I have even snapped. Sorry mom but like I've snap at her. Mike Mom Likes. Stop asking me. How practices like just ask me how I am? She's like I I'm like yeah but then you always follow it up with you know house practice houses like does it really matter her and sometimes I'm like all if I wanNA talk to you about it. I'll talk to you about it but you know. I think all of us like we're more than tennis player and it's tough because family family. Family Friends You know people watching us on TV. They think of us as tennis player. That's why you know behind the racket We both have done it. Noah's it's a really good friend of mine. I think it's a great platform to just showcase like you know the struggles that we do go through and just show lobe of our personality As well since a lot of people don't get to see that
"germain" Discussed on The Filmcast
"It is so retrograde so misogynists so offensive and I mean there's just like breath weird crazy sexual things that happened for no reason since we're since because there are no people of color we're there's a moment where you know this woman that he ends up falling in love with like he gets a blowjob from her step mom. That's never revisit it again like they never come back to that. It's receptive so it's okay. He's saying he's not just a creep he in the clear that she hates her. uh-huh they come back to it they reveal on and then his mom has her breasts suck by a cool. Ethan in a dream which is of course very very normal normal. Yeah the cool. Ethan part is is pretty upsetting. You know what I mean like in light of like right. It's all that's it. He's a sociopath right. Yeah he yeah he's. He's really upsetting character. That has a lot got a good lines. It comes with great nicknames for people like laser telling me made like when we were talking and twitter you said you would mount a serious defense of this movie and all I'm hearing hearing is that you liked it when you were high and you watch it every day. So what are the guidelines what have serious. I'm out to my defense my defense. I think the movie is is so many mistakes that are just so out there. You just can't stop thinking about them like I said for example like there's a I referenced earlier like he goes in on the job. In the Andy Goes Mr Douglas what one word would describe you perfectly goes. I have to say say slave to the freaky ass booty he goes. That's not one word and you're like what like this so stupid but it makes no sense and then it just keeps going and how how did they get into the building and every single scene if you pause it or think about it has like seventeen layers of what the fuck on it and yeah I think that's just the mark of a bad add movie but also it's so bad and it's so crazy in every single scene or he come at the end. He's like I'm not gonNA lie anymore. Sam Jason Segel who is incredibly talented guy a year again like I say to you. I think I'm going to say outside of the cage. What's what does that mean. Why do the cage the every single thing what about Jim rash and Nat Faxon this movie the Oscar winning screenwriter to the descendants who randomly have these two roles. They must have been friends of doing something and at the time it did matter but now it's like. Why are these guys in here like I said it's just most movies are about the main plot and everything on the outside of it like why. Why are they go into a scene widely. Go out to the scene makes no sense or is superfluous. This is the opposite where everything about this movie. That's interesting is on the beginning and the outs of the seen like when Dave walks into the dorm room to talk about Angela and his two friends is talking about hey dave. Is it true you have to go through straight a gay porn born again straight porn and you're like yeah that's true you have to have sex with gay guys before yesterday and you're like why are you talking about this and then the scene just keeps going like it's so bonkers crazy crazy unreal that like I watch it and like I said I'm fascinated by why these things made in the movie and like I said I don. I can't manage offensive. Eh Defensive. It is independently terrible but if you see it as many times as I have every single line like you said like the needle drops like you're the who they paid the WHO money ts Baba o'riley like how is that possible like ace obey sings a song and then guy is I saw the sign like it's just like me. GotTa make some sense like I literally just could go on and there was no actual sign like there's no sign for years through. No there's a little sign that like the move forward in the future or something. There is a literal sign. Yes but I'm saying he didn't didn't feel like he even like saw anything right it. It didn't feel like no no no. I mean that's one of the things watching again that kind of realized that yet like no one ever changes like plot wise. They say like Oh. I learned in expelled from school at the end. Nobody gives a five not. GonNa talk this boilers but it's like it's like you've already spoiled the film Germain so feel free to spoil the whole thing. I gave way the end credit scene. Yeah I mean it's just it's like a it's like a carnival of confusing meant to shock and titillate by doing doing the dumbest thing ever in every single moment and you could just watch one scene all night every night and be like. Oh my God what is happening. It's that Ah that level of insane that I have an affinity for the people in it so Germain I I have a couple of questions questions. Ask You but one of them is since you know every moment of this movie. What is your favorite moment that you like on ironically in this movie movie on ironically yeah. You actually genuinely think is good. I think it's the opening credits I think like if you watch it Aka the AH the what is the high point of the movie is the opening credits the bubble O'Reilly instrumental and the the idea that these guys guys are like our gaming their college. It's this idea of like okay. We're in the mood is the only moment where the movie has any potential to tell you kind of cool interesting story or these anti heroes who are going to take their school like what are they doing. How are they doing this and then like I said it goes into the like dislike like Sitcom anything and it becomes about a stalker and pornography but that's the one part I hate. I like on ironically that's it. I think the rest of it is all kind of ironic and like I said it just it goes so far off the rails. Musical interlude like three is the magic number. Why why is there anything. Why is there this movie why this outlet the like. Why have you guys seen. PC. You the Jeremy piven movie. I actually genuinely like I used to watch a lot. during the ninety s even in that movie which is basically revenge of the nerds again sort of except in a high class Connecticut Elite College even in that movie is better than this. I Oh man oh no. It's just a shame. Here's a here's my question. Though here's my question is you actually are a big fan of entourage the the show end film on ironically. Isn't that correct yes. I mean don't you. This makes a lot of this is clear at least movie slackers clearly precursor to that kind of storytelling right like it's like these dudes broken out getting some hot chicks even if they make some mistakes and some elements of life goes wrong ultimately. Everything's GonNa be okay like people shouting lines like this. This is college you back your own bitches person yeah so one question. I have is like why why why do you like entourage but you you actually seem like you and I understand movie as a like a a place in your heart from you and your friend enjoying it and I get it like you you. You know you like I have movies that I enjoyed with friends like key parts of my life that like I don't necessarily think are good but so so I understand that as a concept but this movie you actually seemed to think you you understand on a deep level that slackers is actually a bad movie but you don't seem to have that same feeling for entourage so I guess and I guess I'm just curious what distinguishes slackers from entourage in your opinion. I didn't entourage over that. I think it's more it definitely has has its ugly problematic in a two thousand nine hundred and at the same time they get it but I think it's really again. I think it's a personal thing I grew up in New York mark. I moved to Los Angeles to be in the movie industry. You know and it was sort of the idealistic version that you've thought of when you were teenage boy move of like Oh my God the money in the cars and the sneakers and the girls I don't like entourage. I think even entourage has like characters that you can sort of start hard to like right and I think there's something there and to me. The in the best part about entourage isn't isn't the GLITZ and the Glam. It's the real insider baseball like they do it. They do episodes where like like the agent can find the actor and the managers fighting with the agent like if you like Hollywood and you can get over some of like the you know the the misogyny and you know you know all that kind of real Hollywood watch on yeah exactly no but honestly like probably I mean but at the same time like I love I love all the Cameos I love you know. There's whole episodes about like going to the valley like your premier as it star like it really like like as a kid growing up you know and I didn't move to Los Angeles until the show is over but it was like. Oh my God that's what I would do. I would like I get in the limo go to the Ark Barklay and like see the premier my movie and it just felt like real. La and felt like real Hollywood and to an extent it is so that's why like where I think I think entourage is trying to tell l. a more interesting story. Yeah it's about Bros.. Like how many movies about Lord of the Rings about Bros.. You know what I mean like a lot of movies and things about how dare you is it a group of guys that going to solve a problem but I I would say more. I would say brews rose like a specific sensibility that like Eh dudes like being you know cool to each other like this very specific like like that they use the word dude. You know what I mean like I. It's it's like I understand. That's true yeah yeah. I think that's what it is. I mean I. I don't really see the comparison that you're making dave either side. I'm the link between the two. I like I think if slackers is a TV show in a run like seven seasons on HBO but yeah I mean like you mounted a pretty convincing defensively entourages there which is like this basically more to it then..
"germain" Discussed on The Filmcast
"Get Photo ready for the holidays all right before before we get to our review. There is one thing I want to talk about. It's not really what I've been watching this week but I have been watching this thing called the honest trailer the commentaries you guys know that honest trailers and they they do these things called commentaries and comments where they kind of like comment on the making of the honest trailer and it's like one of my favorite youtube channels and the commentaries are really entertaining. They're like podcast episodes junkies right screen junkies. That's right or fandom whatever they are right now yeah and I was watching the honest trailer commentary for Con Air in commenting on their conair honest trailer I I. I think that was quite a while ago but anyway during that conversation they came up with a they're talking about Nicholas cage movies like Nicholas Cage had a really excellent few years where he was in the Rock Connor and face off right all the span of a couple of years and they were talking about which one of those movies was the best one and tweeted out the following. You can only keep one of the following three Nicholas this cage movies the other two will be erected from the face of the earth with no memory of them ever having existed which one do you choose the Rock Conair or face off like so inspired by that screen talking about this three choices and I thought it'd be fun to talk about today on the podcasts like if you could ex reminds me of the thing that drew McQueen does as well he he has a thing called movie. God where like you can eliminate like all the works of like this director or you know in this case you can eliminate one of these three. Nicholas cage movies which one or two of these three Nicholas cage movies like which one do you keep if you could only one of these Germain Lucille. Let's start with you yeah. I voted on your pole and for me. It's the Rock I think there's something about the setup of that movie conceit of that movie the the sort of location of that movie you know you take this incredible story and put it on such an iconic place. Michael Bay sort sort of his second movie where he was still kind of raw but had that sort of vision where and he had Jerry Bruckheimer Don Simpson actually producing which actually made him a good director and a cage is is not like full-blown cage. He's like seventy percent cage and he gets you know checked by Sean Connery seen as a face off a lot. I don't love as much everybody else I watched a recently and didn't hold up as much as I like to and I always thought conair is kind of a cheesy movie. He kind of almost like a two thousand Nineteen Nicholas. Oh Yeah Yeah Kinda. Kinda barely held up when it's exactly so to me the rocky just all around us all around excellent movie where I think face off has a great performances great direction but I don't know if I love the story so for me. It's the Rock. Here's the thing about conair. Okay which clearly I think like. Most people think is the worst out of these three films and Oh yeah and did did the worst in the poll as well. The thing about connor is it has had a life beyond the movie itself and specifically in the form of means like for instance. you know that mean that's like hey blow on this this gift of Nicholas Cage and then like it's like Cameron Po like like his hair getting blown back you know put the bunny back in the box. Whatever the Hell Steve shoney's doing in this movie. Whatever the Hell John Malkovich is doing this movie like those just things those performances those moments have lived beyond even the scope of the film and so I think for that reason people think on it fondly even though at the time there was not like very well reviewed taller guards at all but it's one of those movies where like as time has gone on people have appreciated more and as it's been removed from it's original context. It's like Oh this thing is so cheesy and ridiculous. and it's a it's a kind of movie like that. They don't really make today or you know. They rarely make today right. I mean probably the closest thing we have to connor. Today is angel has fallen and even that is like not even nearly as ridiculous. This is clean. It would be a netflix movie today for sure. Yeah yeah so I am also not a huge fan of conair but it does have its moments and it is really funny ridiculous but it's got that sort of Armageddon cast where you're like. Oh my God John Malkovich isn't this. Oh my God Dave Chapelle is John Mm cusak call meany anyway so given your hardware okay assuming on contingent and you can only keep the rock and face of which one do you keep. This is a clear choice for me. It's an easy choice for me. Come on anybody who's listening to this. Show knows I'm going to choose keep faceoff. Yeah Faceoff Ace off is for me. It's not just like a great movie. I think it is a wild confluence of many different things like you have. Travolta doing his thing you have cage being fully cage and then you have them like swapping playing each other you have John. Woo like this is his best. The American action movie. I think Iraq is a very good movie. They also think a lot of very competent directors could make that movie like nothing about that movie. We feel special. It just feels very polished. It feels like a really well done nineties action movie whereas faceoff is so weird and so- bonkers and so insane and has suchlike visionary ideas and the set pieces are so like. I'm not sure who beyond John Wou- would could come up with some of those pieces that's why I would always vote for face off so I don't think I think that the Rock I still think the rock is Michael Bay's basketball right after all this time and I don't agree with you that a lot of directors could have made the rock and it would have been pretty good but I do think Michael Bay brings a lot to that movie like when we think of the canonical Michael Bay flourishes right the low spinning shot as people like stand up the like super hyper lit music video esque settings the fetishism for the American military technology like all that stuff is is is like Michael Bay his most based in in the Rock and there is a lot of value to that you also have a shootout set to somewhere over the rainbow. No it doesn't a joke as a joke where he calls him rocket man and he shoots him off with Elton John Joke. I mean those those have a rocket command. Joke it does have nick does have sean connery showering to like that San Francisco Song while he takes clothesline that he's going to use the hang. What is it John Spencer off the building later. You know like a Ferrari versus a hummer down the street to San Francisco this shot in San Francisco and the thing his I mean this is like one of my favorite at Harris performances because you kind of like even though at Harris's doing something monstrous you kind of understand and why he's doing it. It's like Oh okay that makes sense to me why he did that. I don't agree but like he's so charismatic and so compelling in this movie and you know there's been movies where spoilers for the rock coming up but there's been movies where like a bad guy will will become good like at the last minute right. They'll be like Oh. Hey I've been bad this whole movie but like now I'm going to be good because like like the plot demands a and that's how this movie will make sense so that's how we get to the ending and very often I will find that turn to be unconvincing like I won't like it. I think it's like very inorganic. Ed Harris turning good at the end of that movie is like one of the only ones like the only ones the Times I've believed leave. The villain can turn good. You know like Oh he all of his deceased the weight of all those decisions finally caught up with him and that's why he's doing what he's doing now like that makes sense to me and so loved the performance. Sean connery you know this is one of my favorite roles of his basically playing old bond James von James Bond who's been captured and now now like they're releasing him out into the world. I mean he's amazing this movie and I I think it's closer to fifty percent Nicholas cage in terms of like how oh how Nicholas Cage Nicholas Cage is in this. I think it's like fifty percent. there are a lot of classic pickles gauge lines in this movie but ultimately I'm. I'M GONNA go with face off as well because because face off is so out there right. I think honest commentary said like this. This movie is two hours of cocaine basically like basically like crazy idea after crazy idea of like what if we reverse these people's faces is in what if we had John Travolta play one of them and Nicholas. They may be rebooting the we're going to talk about today thanksgiving the big Bro. Yeah okay well. We're going to get to that. We're going to get to that but but yeah I I mean the stylistic flourishes are I would say comparable to the rock in terms of like the rock is so stylish face off is so stylish. This is John. Who is best American action movie. John Woo compared to Michael Bay. There's no comparison I mean John. Lou is a maestro Michael Bay is he's like a twenty six year old kid learning to do what he's doing. At this point. I can't be a meister with a certain degree certain scope like he works in whereas John Lewis like what if we had a speedboat chase and we were shooting during it let's let's have the showdown in a church like they're just they're so much somebody agius so many doves in in in face off the the W of Dove John Movies to the one thing that I thought was interesting was somebody tweeted in response to me like about this poll that the one bad thing about faceoff is like if we if we he took faceoff away right it's possible that John would not have stayed in the United States trying to make films for ten years and unlike ten years until he made redcliffe right since faceoff he did make mission impossible to which was a massively successful movie and then he may world is better for it like come out I guess and then and then this mission impossible for five and six right I i..
Risk Management: Financial Institutions
"Now we were talking about underperforming. The benchmark a lot of you are in portfolios that when we evaluate them the chart shows us that your overall portfolio is in high risk low reward, and you really need to fix that. But another major problem is owning mutual funds inside of an advisory account owning mutual funds inside of advisory. Cal think of like this. You have a financial adviser that is charging you a fee to actively manage the account. You know, let's say your financial advisers buying individual stocks, you know, apple Amazon, IBM, whatever or your financial advisers buying individual corporate bonds individual municipal bonds, whatever that's a little different. Because if you buy a stock that stock does not have a fee. Okay. You're actually paying the financial advisor to make investment decisions and that's called an advisory account. Generally, a lot of advisory counts. Many visors are charging. Maybe one percent is pretty typical. Now, if you're paying more than one if you're paying one point two or one and a half or two percent or three percent, don't walk run. That's way too much money in my opinion. You should not be paying more than one. But here's the problem with a lot of your strategies, you open up your brokerage account. Count you're paying that adviser. A one percent fee to manage the account, and then they're turning around and buying mutual funds or exchange traded funds ET apps inside the managed advisory count. Why is this an issue will those funds also have a management fee, and they're not actually doing any research on a stock or research on a bond. You could argue that they're not really earning the extra fee, they're charging because you're basically just turning around and putting it in mutual funds and giving the money to someone else actually do the research and buy stocks and by the bonds and so forth. It's kind of like a double dipping effect. It's too fees instead of one fee simple analogy would sound something like this. Let's say that you were having problems with instead of your financial vehicles. You were having problems with their actual vehicle. You drive in, you know, your car or your your SUV, and you're having some problems. So you. Go in and you talk to a mechanic and the mechanic says, oh, yeah. I think I know what the problem is what the problem is. I'll tell you what I'm going to give your car to this other mechanic over here across the street, and I'm going to have him actually do the work, but we're both going to charge you for the repair just let that sink in for a minute. You've got a person who's not actually going to do the work. They're gonna give your car to someone else. That's actually gonna do the work, but they're both going to charge you for the repair. Would you ever do that with your car? Of course, not but many of you are doing it right now with your investments. You're paying your financial adviser a one percent advisory fee, and then they're turning around and sticking those funds inside of a mutual fund or an exchange traded fund, which also has a management fee and an expense ratio. And then someone else's actually doing all the work. Okay. Now, I'm going to need to get to a break. But one thing I want you to do your pricing. Well, what can I do to fix this? You can get educated. I'm giving away a white paper. And if you call in toll free, and or Theresa will get this to you will either Email it to you or we can we can mail it to you. The name of the white paper is non stock market income generating alternatives and call toll free eight four eight two four six two six six three ask for the report by name. Non stock market income generating alternatives. Now, I've gotta take a break. But on the other side of the break, we're gonna be talking about the last two major problems with mutual funds, and these two things are extremely Germain, especially if you're currently retired or you're approaching retirement, you might be three to five years away from retirement, and you're going to be going from the accumulation phase to the income phase. Or this is going to be particularly germane if you are investing in bonds mutual funds, we spent a lot of time talking about stock mutual funds. But there's a big issue with bond mutual funds right now that every investor needs to understand in this current
Why Does Ebola Keep Spreading In Congo? Here's A Major Clue
"Support for NPR and the following message come from Amelia Island, Florida a barrier island on the northeast coast that captivates visitors with thirteen miles of uncrowded beach championship golf, natural beauty and a historic district Amelia Island dot com slash NPR. Now an update on the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo. There is a sliver of good news infections are down in some of the biggest hot spots, but the disease is flaring up in new areas, bringing the total number of cases since August. Two nearly nine hundred and NPR's new read Eisenman reports responders are zeroing in on a major source of these new infections. Michelle Yao is leading the on the ground response to this outbreak for the World Health Organization whenever someone's infected his team goes through a checklist of questions like where you're in contact with inning sink best. That's how some symptoms like bleeding like fever say. Relative you were taking care of or maybe the deal attend. It's been around at traditional funerals mourners often wash the body, but some weeks ago as cases started erupting around to town's called Kotla and Bhutan Mbo. The investigators found that patient after patient had something else in common. They had all recently visited a health clinic for treatment for some other disease like respiratory infection or malaria, the I want to hospital that treat me I got through and then few this after I stopped having fevers that were the first signs of Ebola. WHO officials estimate about one fifth of the recent cases in Kotla and Bhutan. Bo were infected at clinics, and when y'all started visiting the clinics, it was pretty obvious. How this was happening even the government run facilities large hospitals, hadn't set up triage tents to separate possible. Ebola patients from everyone else, this is is not when non in this. South of the country. It's the first time even more problematic says Yao are the hundreds of unofficial private health facilities in this area. Some are huge opperations others are in a neighbor's house and in those lump on the patients crowded in one bed within two kids. They're also often short on a quick moment, like surgical gloves and syringes mcgahn people using several times, the sim gloves all the same equipment. Then there are the traditional medicines. A lot of them offer traditional medicines. Obey diluted in water and put in a Cup, which says often isn't cleaned before. It's passed on to the next patient. So Congo's government and the WHO have mounted a massive campaign to reach out to each of these facilities in Koch wa in Bhutan. Bo train them on infection control, provide them with the equipment to do it. Dr Chee manuka is your men is with a group called international medical corps. That's helping with the effort. He says. At one private clinic. When he told his staff to refer suspected Ebola cases to a hotline instead of treating them though is saying this is not possible for us because what we are doing is money for our clinic. We're a business then there's the facility, where's your men's spent days training, nurses on how to set up an operate? A triage tent two weeks ago? He showed up for a surprise. Visit one of them was there without wedding gloves. No gloves for Germain. The takeaway was clear even weekly visits were not enough since then he's assigned to people from his organization to keep watch of the clinic all day every day. And he's on the same thing for the eleven other facilities international medical corps is working with. He's confident it will work eventually Jentzsch. Someone behavior is not one day or two this. But unique time, unfortunately, he says in this outbreak time is one thing. We don't really have read Eisenman NPR news. Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Comcast business having the nation's largest gig speed network was just the start. Now, they're providing gig fueled apps and solutions that exceed expectations and help businesses perform Comcast business beyond fast.
DoubleTree Hotel Fires Two Employees for Kicking Out Black Guest
"And an organ hotel is facing a lawsuit. After African American guests was escorted off the premises by police last week, the DoubleTree hotel has apologized to Germain massing who was on the phone with his mother at the time to employees have been fired the Hilton corporation, which owns the hotel says it is reinforcing its diversity and inclusion training.
Germain Macy, Portland And Oregon discussed on WGN Radio Theatre with Carl Amari and Lisa Wolf
"The structure, Portland. Oregon hotel has fire to employees. It says we're involved in the mistreatment of black gust who was kicked out of its facility Germain Macy accused the hotel racially profiling him after security guard called police to remove
Cyberattack hits major U.S. newspapers and affects distribution
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"germain" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Burning fat wherever you live. So if you are on the social media, contact your friends, let them know what this is all about let them know what the testimonials are that you here on this show, and let them know that it's about technology and not about sacrificing. And and all the crazy things that many of these so called diets have you doing I'm telling you right now, you're hearing from people who are going through the program right now like burner and like James and some of the others. We've talked to here. He is Dr Patrick St Germain. All right, everybody. It's time. It's time to burn fat. You know, we got another show. We got another great bunch of guests calling in today. And I'll tell you what it's about one thing. It's about creating a healthy body period. That's it only a healthy body burns fat. So if you think this is show about. Going on a diet wheat prepackaged foods or you take some shots to speed up your metabolism to slow it down. And you know, you're not eliminating hunger cravings, you're starving. I'll tell you what this is isn't it at all. In fact, if you wanna Di Di muscle change the channel right now. And I don't mean that literally. But just you know, you just know that this isn't that this is a fat burning program and a fat-burning program. Does just that burns fat. If you're looking for a diet, you got to go somewhere else. I'll tell you what. Because we know diets don't work. I would not let that happen to you. But I do know a couple of things that over the twenty five years in my practice. I've had tens of thousands of people come to the door, and the number of people that I have a blood pressure cholesterol, diabetes thyroid issue depressions, neuropathy arthritis. Autoimmune issues is skyrocketed today compared to even five years ago ten years ago, it's more today than ever in the history of my practice. That's what I can say. For sure, and I look at the internet, and I'd look at all the stats, and I think by all the medications that you're taking that you know, what I mean? I mean, there's more view in your circle of friends taking medications for blood pressure cholesterol, diabetes, thyroid, whatever then in today's environment than ever before. And has really got to be just got to stop it. There can't be anything. Good long-term by taking a medicine that has a side effect. And what I mean by that is the more of that stuff you put into your body. More harm. It will cause you. I don't think there's never been. I've said this before rob a person that comes into my office says Dr St Germain to be put on more meds now like to take more pills. They always say how do I get off? These blasted Pels. How do I get off the medicines? And that's what really drove me to develop create and to really investigate what it takes to do a natural cure natural remedies. So to speak a natural process. So that your body can heal itself in get rid of, you know, the need for the medications if you get your body functioning the way it was designed to be a youthful you, and I say a youthful you before you started taking the magic we'll just say in the twenties when you were in your twenties and thirties, you could eat whatever you want you hardly needed any sleep. Okay. And you. Had more energy Uber. More focused, you had more fun. Now. It's a burn to get out of bed 'cause you wake up tired. You. The first thing you do is, you know, avoid the scale avoid the mirror and run right into you know, the the medicine cabinet and start taking the maj. There's gotta be a different way. Don't you think there's gotta be a different way. So what I've developed is the Dr Patrick ultimate fat burning system. Here's what I learned that weight fat complicates your body's ability to function at the cellular level. There's only two ways about it can communicate one is neurologically. And the other one is chemically, you'll know it through hormones, you know, they communicate at that level. And when your body is storing fat, your nervous system, the nerve impulses and getting to where it needs to go most likely at the best level and the highest frequency that it could possibly get there in the hormones. They just get so out of balance your body stores fat, and it stores fat as a protective means it's a protective mechanism. It's the way your body. Does what it does just to get through the next day says, well, obviously, you know, he or she's not listening to me. So I better store the fad, I better create an environment. Because you never know what tomorrow is going to be. Well, here's what I've done. We've used we've created burn fat technology..
"germain" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl
"Is you saying I've I've been able to process that I'm getting bad reviews and I know that I don't care like now I'm seeing my identity as someone who doesn't care about the reviews, but you're still basing that off of someone's opinion of you? Yeah, anyone who says they don't care about the reviews or are the first people who read the reviews? Yeah. I mean, I myself I don't read anything that you know after going on, read it after my roast battle. I'm I'm, I don't read any reviews and my Stanley. I just went on read it the other day on something and return me apart. I mean, you talk about if you wanna spiral into a deep depression, YouTube comments after a late night set or like the worst. I remember one time I did Mike. Okay. We'll sixty percent of these are favorable comments and forty percent are negative. But you know, like going to head out of here in a second bit, but you know, like my dad is a playwright and like every time you know like we don't. He would sit by their views and like it was a good view. He would be in a good in a decent mood and it was a bad review. It would ruin a weekend. So it's like I've been trained, you know, like, you know, like trained to think that I want my dad, he's, he's the best. He's, he's like my best friend, but you know, it's just that's the entertainment industry. You know, you hope you get Absolutely. to. Yeah. I mean, you know, that wasn't the case. You know, like I said, we'd be in our living rooms are you know, playing hockey with our buddies, just gotten a few jokes. Having that be enough. Hopefully we'll be enough at some point or the way my career is going. The biggest crowds. I'm going to gather the guys on my hockey team. But Dan, thank you so much for having me on and I appreciate you said and this up. You don't do it a lot, so I really appreciate it. All. I really appreciate it. I really think your your sidekick, Alex to thank you show Bruce studios. Check it out. I'll do quick plugs now by law. No real winners here. That's my album. I have a wrestling podcastone eleven marks on all things. Comedy on the ringer this month, the next co hosting mass man and a Muslim going to be doing the roasts star cast, check it out and where can my inappropriate or I'll freak find you on Twitter and Instagram. DS Germain and Dan Saint Germain on Instagram s. t. period g. e. r. m. a. n. well, guys. See for me my website you can get almost, I guess, go on dancing Tremaine dot net. I the dark room for good. It's a tough doesn't. I have dot org website myself, but going dancing Germain dot net. You've got the links to buy a CD, no real winners here at all the available. You know, yes, you can stream it, but by, you know, put some money in dance Bach. And I, I rarely say this in immediate, but you know, Dan's comedy speaks for itself. He's a great comic, but he's also a great dude, and there's not many great people in both categories in this business. So Dan, thank you so much. Same way about you. I really appreciate you have me on you ever. Yeah, we'll hope he'll be out there this fall. We'll gonna bite pressure, inappropriate soundcloud, nineteen skies dance. Ain't Germaine dot net. Go on it by album and we'll see you soon. Thanks buddy.
"germain" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Honored to bring. To you Dr Patrick St Germain and the. Burn fat program the burn fat program is. Unlike any other it actually resets your body to do what it's supposed to do and when you think, about it logically isn't that just the way? To do, it I mean if you go in there and you're, exercising and exercising exercising and exercising is that the state in which your body was. Designed to, operate I, mean you know when you were put on this planet where you put on this planet to, run fifty laps, do sixty, setups you know do pushups and hang by your door sill every day or were you put here to work and live and enjoy and do your fair amount of activities and eat good food and do, enjoy the food enjoy the, taste of it not just cram something. Down, your throat well the burn fat program is based on a lot of science and In science works and so when you go to burn, fat there's there's no, nonsense there's no powder in some envelope that magically becomes a sloppy Joe you know there's no soy burger. There's none of that stuff good American food. That you can buy at a grocery store and it's neared by Dr Patrick St Germain and he's right, here that's right it certainly is and guess? What there, are no shots for those you on medical weight loss, programs you know why would you wanna put a shot in your body or some. Sort of, medication in, your body because we know every medication has a side effect so that doesn't sound like a, good thing to, do for, your body plus you know those are short term results anybody can you know just lose weight right just stop eating right but how about burning fat the were rob talks about the science when the body, goes from fat storing to, fat burning then you have turned corner. Not, only in your weight but in your physiology your metabolism in the.
"germain" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie
"So then there was another story about them being in paris and going to the cathedral of saint germain i've been to that cathedral or that church it's really really beautiful i see why you'd wanna go but misty was like and it was too perfect that we ended up there because saint germain is associated with violet flames and look at this and she raises her sleeve and shows us a tattoo on her wrist that has like some sort of violet fire on it no we're supposed to be impressed that she has a tattoo that has purplish fire which is sort of a cessation of saint germain which after she got the tattoo she decided to go to his jerk i'm very impressed are you saying you're not impressed no no i don't feel strong connection here so here he does they're following these laylines again i think and they find themselves at this strategic point where jesus is on one side of them in mary on the other than they have the skull they've hidden the skull and brought it with them so then they're kind of sneaking that out and again getting someone to block the view of the priest and okay now we're going to we're going to lock up this negative energy actually thought if he saad you probably like me weird it's so they've taken it upon themselves to absorb bad energies and put out good energies and they keep referring to people inviting them to do these things i don't know if that's happening if you were invited to this church wire you trying to keep the priest from seeing you you weren't invited by the pope to his garden and you weren't invited by these priests to the church but maybe a friend maybe was like you know where you should go see the palaces saint germain that's an invitation.
"germain" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available
"Kinda give up too easily on this one yes it's eighteen ninety or so and we're going back to the really the earliest days of a baseball professionally here in this country but as we probably have been able to sort of determine or discern thus far in our various journeys over the last year and change in many respects a lot of the females around teams and leagues etc that are no longer with us they seem to keep coming back around and around again it's the proverbial those who ignore history are doomed to repeat it and the players league of eighteen ninety is a very how can i best put it very a representative i think example of some of those issues that frankly still exists today in particular the issue around the reserve clause certainly something not just germain own only to the sport of baseball but has been something bedeviling all of pro sports through much of its modern day existences in the nineteenth to twentieth now the twenty first centuries the idea the notion that players have have rights and can be more in control of where their services can be delivered and and recompensed but you know that's not necessarily always the case as new leagues popup we've talked about centrally owned leagues trying to keep costs down moving players or controlling player contracts you could argue in the many many decades earlier in baseball's life the idea that collusion amongst various owners was in the air so to speak whether it was unwritten or a unspoken it was certainly very existed and they've been.