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"gloser" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

05:31 min | 10 months ago

"gloser" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

"Ha gloser head shot. One kill log just the over. The radio soldier back helicopters code now agree shot though is like on the trees and stuff is is. It's just this overwhelming sense of like. It's like trying to fight smoke. you know. They just filling similar to what we were talking about last week ri- with like john confident using the wide angle so the audience is forced to look in the background. Full markham is like you know. It's you're constantly on on your tires because you are when you sit down to watch a movie called the invisible man. It's likely that there's going to be an invisible man like you right Yeah this is incredibly. I i love this whole like ten minutes. You got the dog with the shock collar. Because adrian's of fucking douchebag ride is dude. Yeah maybe actually you. Just john carpenter. He did a movie called memoirs of an invisible man in nineteen ninety-two. I forgot about us. I think it's a comedy with chevy chase chevy chevy chase chevy. I think it chevy several several sorry resent the shock collar on the dog. Yeah and also would. She comes back to the house. The dog is still there. And it's like who's been feeding this fucking thing. Man is a question. I have a question i had and i wonder if it's clear that he's still there in the walls you know what i mean. Yeah but yeah. Because i also feel like you know. That's a lucid though. And letting that dog just wonder. I'm just saying like this a big plan. You got going on here. Maybe send the dog to a kennel for fuel. Maybe like maybe you know rehoming for a little bit. Yeah i mean because the the the rest of the movie tax place two weeks. Oeste this this happening saints are. Somebody's gotta be. Yeah it'd be dead after two weeks. Yeah i mean like other the brothers coming over to fade it until like they auctioned off something thrilling probably dog inside and coop. I mean it was my question but still very very people Sorry people's are yeah absolutely. I was ice. She came to the door. And my i was fuck you bitch who has been taken care of this dog. Get the fuck out here. What's going gorgeous government. Yes it is good lord zoos to good name Oh.

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"gloser" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

Why Won't You Date Me?

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"gloser" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

"Had the chance. I'd never let him go. Just fucking hot truly god. He's he's like number one right now number one on the list on the list. I'm gonna check him off one of these days. How good dating been. I ask all the drag race girls this because i'm just so curious about the experiences dating men harder or easier since you've been on the television and then fucking one one gay girl. So what is so bizarre. Which i find really weird because i still live in the same flat apartment. The i have lived in for the past few years to before one drag race. When i was still doing local gigs and not much has changed. I still see myself as like the same old gloser you know. What's so weird. Is people that would apps like grinder. Ten darn people who would never speak to me before because plus size the goal that can discrimination and head to ignore the fact stone and suddenly. They're like oh you wanna you wanna come over tonight and i'm like no. That didn't really come and it's difficult because a lot of time. These people are very visually good-looking. Benign so like i guess. They're still that bitter. Say to me this like no. I tap joe in grade two years ago. Some late you haven't. I love it. I love being petty. It's one of my favorite things in the hallway world. It is kind of like oh true. Mind fuck especially like like. I don't know if you want me. Because i'm on tv. Obviously it is because you didn't want me two years ago and then it's very it. Does it does something to your fucking brain will. And i remember so before amazon drank. Grace i am like we have a bbc in scotland was like filming some little things for tv. You're just very local. Things adverse things like that so i was kind of on the rise so a lot of people that know me and i did a campaign for our like a subway system in in glasgow and other posters of me in in the city and i remember one time on a day. We were walking around and they said oh. So what do you do for work. And i was like 'em look. That was so weird because especially because my real name is lawrence and also my drag persona lawrence so when people address you see i man would come up to you in the nightclub are on a date. It's hard to knew who they're talking to our nikon. Go lot insane. You look beautiful. Are you talking to me or you. Talk to the rhinestones glamour. The ostrich is that you're talking to or is it a lawyer. Are you know like that's difficult to understand. That must be so weird. Why did you choose your own name to be your drag name. So i always knew from a really young age. The i i loved acting loved. You call love people. Melissa cars the dawn french. I love anyone like a silly comedic form and all that that very physical humor i love so i was just a weird that i didn't want to cut myself off and in regards to some drag queens are named like sexual innuendo select patriation or like may or when they themselves something that would hinder them being unlike good morning america or not something i always do. My goal was like you wanna be a superstar. You can't have a name like that. Scientists stuck with my name. Because i was studying acting at the time and i was like fuck. You can't who cares. I think that's probably really smart. Because also it's like once you start getting like acting roles outside of drag like. Oh we don't have to differentiate it's just that's just my stage name and it's a name that can be used for acting as well. I hate people's say i think it's very straight media thing just kind of straight media outlets are so obsessed with drag queens government names. English is leered both the drank queen. Or and then it's and it's like why do you k- are like tokyo too soon. So today. you're talk to bulb drag queen or lawrence.

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"gloser" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"gloser" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"Roman ready show for simps- simone and actually adds a man who is in a room that has terrible internet service. I believe ladies gentlemen. Aj hawkins a do rag today. Good idea how you doing. Unbelievable today the tan. How are you gloser you. Are you pregnant. well. I guess. I'm pregnant with excitement because back on time for the pack right. Oh hey that bookcase looks a lot better full screen on that real quick and we can see what just hanging from like a curtain rod sealing tape it to the ceiling the bedroom actually my wife had. Yeah did she goes. What are you doing just flipping around. So there's a window on the other side of the camera facing me and so now yeah this what we're doing here. I'd so you're in a very nice room for that old log. Cabin ashfield had yesterday. I don't want to dive into the outskirts a little bit. But it looks like you're sitting on thousand. Maybe two thousand. I town is. It is nothing nothing of the sort. This is not exactly what we expected. Begging the best way. I got catfish from airbnb every single time. I have used it thus far it somehow. With the fish eye lens in the angles in which they can get the drone shoot photos. They are great sales people on there but the experience will be so great. You won't even remember that. Let's talk about aaron rodgers getting back into training camp with the green bay packers now. Dan orlovsky this morning said on. Espn i don't know if you've got a chance to see this. But he actually called into this show. Because i said i have to judge. Dan lonski much differently now after listening to what he said this morning. He said that this is basically all for not everything we had heard. All the reports of things happening. Nothing happened in the end. He was let down surprise. I said the guy gets control. Future in future packers. I think are now going to have a much better. Understanding of what how the the team operates. Or maybe they'll change how they operate for future packers. I think a lot happened. I am just being a guy who bought washes for aaron rogers says the internet. But i think that's real. Like i think some real good from air inside. And if you're the green bay packers obviously you got an mvp quarterback back in the building so that has to be good. This is a win win. And what you've been saying probably gonna happen all along. What are your thoughts in. Did you expect this. And how much did you know and not have to save for all this time. I don't think anyone really knew exactly what was going on. I don't think aaron had an idea exactly of what the point was going to end up. I'm sure you had an idea of what he wanted. And what he wanted to change. But i don't think the packers knew what the time line looked like. But we say it all the time like isn't that andrew brandt thing like deadlines spur activity like things happen when there's a deadline and guess what they reported camp today so we knew something had to happen. I think i'm i'm just glad they've got it figured out and they He's there on time. It wouldn't have made any sense for him to miss like three or four days or something just kind of fumble around like just get them in there now and let's see what the team looks like. Michael lombardi said great quote about that as well. He said Michael lombardi obviously was general manager. For the browns and knows bill belichick well was a host of hammered down this past season last season. And everything like that. He said that when you go to japan to do business they don't start negotiating until an hour before you have to leave for your flight back home so if you're out there for a week or whatever. The negotiations aren't going to happen until you are about in the car to go because then they know answers have to do. Just what andrew. Brandt said deadline spurs activities. That's how businesses. I did not expect it to work out for this situation. Though in to dinner lobski point with the reports. We had heard he's wanted out. He wanted gone he wanted to go to. The denver broncos allegedly at one point in somewhere else. We looked back on that now. Thinking to ourselves the only thing we really known about this entire situation as whatever the insiders have said and who knows if the insiders have been one hundred percent accurate they might have been got the general narrative right okay. This is what we're here in this. What we're thinking this will one side saying that insiders get one hundred percent correct or was there a chance that he was just taking a stand and saying you know what everything you've done to a lot of players in the past around here in the way you go about handling business. You're not gonna do it anymore if you don't change i'm not gonna fucking show up and he's an mvp. He's a guy who i think. His resume is warrants enough for him to be satisfied with what he's done. Did he always or did he ever in your eyes want to be traded. Was that the all time goal of this entire thing or did you. Do you think that this is a potential outcome that he was looking for as well. Just some things change in handled all got blown out of proportion when the accumulation of information news got dropped on draft day he ever truly wanted to be traded or wanted to play somewhere else. I'm sure he would have loved for everything to go the way that he was hoping it would maybe early in his career and like i guess at over the years it's just grown to get to where it is but i think now it is almost a win win for them because the packers ease back for year has some freedom some flexibility after the year. But i don't know about you. But i instantly started thinking af i'm the packers. Why are you guys going full screaming. You really ruined my whole take. Which is good doesn't matter. My background doesn't matter you can do. Z whatever whatever you need to but i'm on board with it decision mostly but he was the one in my ear saying hey ask him to go full screen so i appreciate both of those so they are working in a tag team back there and they are trying to get that bed on as much as possible. But what do you think you're going to say. I don't want to cut you off. But i do that all the time and i apologize for it. And that's you know kind of highly operate if the brain is someone's going to say it's gotten me into a lot of trouble in situations like this. It has happened but aaron. You know the the whole thought of the packers. Now have seventeen games an entire season to allow aaron to test things. Maybe he wants to see done. Does he wanna seat at the table for some of the cuts like. Are they going to offer that up. You're going to say. I think like the packers. Now have a chance to maybe make this thing right with aaron in a one season. Is that what you were thinking. i think. So if i'm mark murphy. If i'm judy and definitely if i'm the floor if i'm the floor i'm going up top and say hey man now we got him in now. Let's just let's do this thing right. We know how good this guy is. let's go. I'm gonna go and do everything i can on the field to win the super bowl. Get past that. Nfc chairmanship stage now. It's up to you guys. Let's figure this out and make sure that he retires a pack. That's what i would think if. I'm the floor if i'm in front office..

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"gloser" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"gloser" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Soviet union. You got soviet station penske and that's what it was called and it was delicious and i really loved it. Sure about the drank gallons. We could buy french champagne in the diplomatic shops. And i wouldn't touch it. It is the real that folded british the second country by champagne after the us but we learned that russia appears not to understand that. Trolling is only real. Trolling if it comes from the troll peninsula in the faroe islands islands otherwise. It's just being a massive pain. In the neck we will now be requiring some music honoring the great nation of denmark. Come on nobody likes gloser. Also the last time sterling dived like that. It was something to do with. George soros. thank you do. We not have some silly danish music as well there. It is full. We learned that the always commendably practical people of denmark had had the foresight to construct a preemptive consolation prize in advance of the narrow failure to be the team. Which would lose three nil to italy in. This sunday's final of the european football championship shooed the freshly de honed. Vikings wished to console themselves once back home with a trip to the seaside at block. Who's they can marvel at. What is we learned. The world's largest ever sandcastle made up of neely five thousand tons of beach and standing more than twenty meters toll so we also learned that someone in denmark owns the world's biggest market for monocle twenty four. I'm andrew many thanks to andrew and look out for the first installment of the foreign desk historical semi series this week. The team travels back in time to nineteen forty and following the assassination of archduke franz food and do tune in for that at midday tomorrow. And that's all for this edition of the briefing. It was produced. By reese james and msel and researched by sophie monaghan cubans. Our studio manager was nora. You'll the briefing is back on monday. I am marcus hippie. Thanks for listening..

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"gloser" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"gloser" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"gloser" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"gloser" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Just saying just a second. Sorry we got a. We got. Gloser show. We, we've pulled back the curtain, I should say, we even pull back the curtain on commercials that you just heard. No. Did you guys just hear the Plunkett? Lexi, we were dying. Dying because audience, mytalkers, just so, you know, Don and I can talk to each other the trying to fix this, so that all three of us can talk to each other. I'm in another studio. But dawn, I had the ability to talk to each other and the commercial breaks unfortunate off air but Alexis Alexis unfortunately can't. So while Alexis. Talked to her, and I can talk to Jason but they can't talk to. So while Alexis is doing Plunkett pest control. Truth be told usually during commercial breaks, I turn the speakers down and I close my eyes and I just kind of relax. But for whatever. For whatever reason I had the volume up, and this is what I hear, you know, don't turn those rows roaches to have in your house. Hell this in your home. They get Randy and make other pets. They're going to get Randy. And they're gonna make other pests some like all my goodness. What did she say? So I turn the volume up. I'm like, I got to hear this, and I said the dawn, I turn my mic up dawn, what the hell. And we're just dying. Oh. Hold on. I'm gonna get some be sound effects. Oh, swirl this or. Wasn't a background Coon? Okay. Is this Roach mating season? Nice warm place in your house. You know, have access to water and food and each other said, don't allow. The moral issue. Don't you allow you good church going?.

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"gloser" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

14:08 min | 3 years ago

"gloser" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"To promote yet. Of Christ got in your life. I'm faster arrest by you to have it word of playing father in heaven. Thank you for this time to study, you're wearing thank you for this time to put oil in our lambs, send your Holy Spirit to trust uneven goddess into all truth in Jesus name. We pray came in. The last program. We studied oh, we made a presentation on the part of all of the Richmond in lesser roles. And right there we define what applicable is, right and briefly what was the part? He's an imaginary story designed to tell a. A lesson to give. Right in the bible, spiritual lessons. Right. Okay. And and so that you really have to dig into understand it while others will hear it and not understand it and go on with their lives apparently gives symbols and the symbols are meant to for the person hearing to think on them and to decipher the the the moral lessons coming from in that particular out of the rich man, it was a symbol of foot. Those who are spiritually rich, especially the questions. Right. Well, it could be an you. And I and those might be anyone will those who have the riches of the gospel right in lesser roles. Could be who those who are hungering and thirsting after truth. I hope all of our friends out there all of regulation could be found like a lesser today that if. We can go to another guest. That is a bottle and Johnson twenty five talk a few. The thought of Dan virgins. This is present truth because we are supposed to be precipitations of press kit. Let's go back again. If I asked you what was important to understand. That of the Richmond in Lazarus who is important for this guy. That is the us to make Lenny lives of millions of people believe the associate that you go either to a hail or Tony or a heaven for what we saw that. That's that's. Using the bottle. That is a contradiction. That's an extrapolation. That's a big were. In what areas in just going back briefly just to make that point clear what you just said in the powerful abor, odd Abraham and Lazarus while Abraham was able to communicate with the rich man now Abraham was supposedly assume to be in heaven even Harold in say that but it's a -ssume that he's in heaven. And but the rich man was in a place called hell actually said that right? And they will communicating so in reality. Talking to you. So in reality, if we on earth cannot communicate like that to somebody in heaven, what makes us think that if we were in hell, we could do it. Then it doesn't make sense. That's my sense. Okay. Guarding thing to this bottle of the ten virgins. We will see that aid. Is it is president without bottle for this time yet the rich way? The bible teach one of us says that Satan is going to use this using spiritualism like we study and figures program people have. By three ten of that coming today communicating with loved ones over the lethal, the one the leave. Okay. So what we when we hit up rations, especially because there there's this big countries like Mexico s all right that always hearing sane so-called. What a loop poor, you know, version side, so well that is to the bible that me the Cuando out the what evil angels evil spirits angels. Right. Okay. So that's the reason. This breed this will because more and mortis we didn't Gloser to the end. The we study does say that is going to be an angel more desperate and bring all this. Likewise, deplorable divergence do they? Is it is present truth because year, we're going to say the destiny? Listen to the radio listeners. The of each one of us is going to be decided Venezuelan right here on this earth right here. Notting having netting an Kadoorie right here. And let's go. Thing going with the symbols and the bottle. Oh, yeah. Can you read the first one place brother Vansh on the kingdom of heaven be likened unto ten virgins, which took their lamps and went forth to meet the bridegroom? Okay. Let's go one by what does the far? Yes. This laudable is pertaining to what type of thing the kingdom of heavens. I question is not important for us to lot. Absolutely, absolutely. For us the Christians. Yes, especially. Since the bridegroom is coming. Okay. Okay. Yes. Right now the ten versions as if they were version of virgin is according to the book revelation revelation chapter fourteen is a person who is not defiled hook. I've running a fortune five. Right, right. It's about personal. So here we're talking about ten virgins now. Usually when the word virgin, usually when the were virgin is mentioned, it is in the context of a woman, of course, and sim symbolically, according to the bible to equations chapter five a woman journey by. That's correct. Or my six two. That's correct. Okay desk. Correct. A woman would represent a church. So you have ten here. It's interesting ten why the thing with Balchik that's a number that represents all complete complete. And also the number ten will represent grace because there are ten commandments their ten commandments. Got Lou the what we need is. Thank amendments us right now more net. Less motors. Us to be able to develop his character. My home. We applied us thank principles in our life. We'll be good neighbors. Jot jibs info gap that France kingdom. But advocate mess. Right. Okay. So the Denver and presenting all Christine dome. So to speak these and these virgins virgin would represent purity beauty not that. That's good to what other about harmless like revelations. So there is this message. This is this grabbing of those who are looking for Christ's coming who are separate from being United with the kings of the earth, the church and state a separate them. They're married directly to Christ the pronounced lease. Please. You went the two of you keep up on this because and it's important. So it's Denver, Jim judges churches been present beauty interfaith. How do we know that they have left right in the head? What does this accord? By the lamps represent more cornutus on one nineteen. I one of five the bible says die word is a lamp onto my feet and a light onto my path. So these ten versions attend churches symbolically had access to the word of God. And man, they have the bible they claim they're about the bible Easter book of ruling the life and have a pure faith. And that you're okay. Okay. All the judges that then okay? Is a big number. So all we say openly all the judges that claim to the bible included the Seventh Day Adventists. Okay. It's been represented. You know, we glad that we are not in the Protestant church of the gut rice up and the duck as his you know, that tried to bring back the people to to their full the metal that belief. Jesus said if you draw night to God, he will join night you. So they went forth to meet the bridegroom with their lamps, which is the worst gun and the bridegroom Jesus said in Matthew nine fifteen can the children of the bride chamber mourn as long as the bridegroom is with them. He's talking about himself. Right. But the days will come when the bridegroom Shelby taken from them. And then shall they fast? So the bridegroom represents Jesus and their going forth to me to prepare themselves for Christ second coming than me at this level, the old Christian churches that claim throughout the bible waiting for the coming, of course. But in the part of all that is a problem that we went to see rice bus depot, he pays the problem. Verse three oh this over to. I will has five of them were wise. That's right. We should go to two I and five of them were wise and five or foolish now. The question is how could they be foolish when they all had the word. Of God will verse three tells us verse three tells us says they that were foolish took their lamps. They took their they took their bibles and took. No oil without. I think I think quickly before we move on so five did take oil and did not. That's correct. No. The wise we live compared to some of what will the wise represent Jesus Sukhois that they took the oil, but this war with the wise in the previous chapter. In fact, the last versus the previous chapter in fact, right? Just before this ten virgin parable. Jesus told this little story about. In verse forty eight he says if that evil servant shall say in his heart. My Lord delay is coming in show began to smile, his fellow servants into eat and drink with the drunken the Lord of that, sir shall come in a day when he look at not for him and in an hour that he has not wear Chow cut him, asunder and appointments portion with the hypocrites. That's the foolish. Virgin. That's a foolish servant but the faithful and why serving whom his Lord has made ruler over his servants over his household. Gives those in the house meet induce season blessed is that servant when his Lord cometh shall find. So doing so there's a why servant presenting meet induce, even which we call present truth. And there's the foolish servant who stacks. Oh, he's not coming. I'm going to eat and drink with the drunken and begins to smile, the the foolish certain the Y servants. He still has a lamp is. The asking not the was man was man is the one that always tried to increase is learning in the spinach a lot. Let's get you ready to place. Providence wet onsite nine. Providence nine nine says give instruction to a wise, man. And he will yet be wiser key to just man, and he will increase in learning Jesus increased in stature and wisdom and in favor with God. And man, can you read the same book of throw votes, but ten fourteen? Yes, it says wise men lay of knowledge thing, they an eight. It says the wise in heart will receive commandments, but a printing fool shall fall. Okay. So the wise took the oil there were following the commandment. Okay. If full the bothers driving don't care. That's why you know, even the all of them falsely liberal to get into that in a minute. But though too. There were content with due to stop learning searching for the scripture. We're gonna come into that. 'cause when the big when the biggest revival spirit of revival came to America, especially in around the world. Okay. The eighteenth century century. There was a group of people that say, no, I don't need to know more. They would buck. They reject the messages the first the second and the three angels messages. But there was a group of why why group of people that they receive the new light that was coming from having just when I was in second grade. There was a lady who came in and we had a week of prayer. And she said there's a difference between knowledge understanding and wisdom. She said knowledge is a collection of facts. You learn a lot of facts understanding is knowing how to use those facts to do things. Simple. Wisdom is knowing what the difference between the right? Use those facts and the wrong use between truth and error. That's wisdom allies. Okay..

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"gloser" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"gloser" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Yesterday's announcement ends eleven day strike to began in April eleventh in spokespeople for both the grocery store and the union say workers will go back to on the job today. Each of the unions must vote to ratify the contract, stop and shop employees are grateful for the support of customers who didn't cross the line. We're going to be glad going back to work in. But we need the customers to come back. You know, that's the only way we're going to survive. In a joint statement, the union say the agreement preserves healthcare and retirement benefits provided wage increases and intense time and a half pay on Sundays for current members. Dr police officers credited with saving a man from burning building the fire was reported on Saturday night at seventeen Johnson street. Dartmouth. Police detective Scott Brooks was one of the first responders to arrive on scene alert elderly man was still inside the home the -tective Brooks went into the home and located the man so yes, courting him outside the fire which was contained a one room was extinguished by fire depart fire department for children at the home out safely before urgency responders arrived. No injuries were reported Massachusetts. Congressman Seth Moulton is joining the long list of Democrats running for president. He's a marine combat veteran who was awarded LeBron's star for his service in Iraq. The forty year old Moulton it serving his third term presenting a district north of Boston. That includes Salem in the famous fishing town of Gloser. He's the nineteenth candidate now running for the democratic presidential nomination. And a twenty five year old man was arrested by New Bedford police last night after causing a motor vehicle accident while driving under the influence of alcohol. Do Bedford police say at about ten fifty five pm officers responded to a motor vehicle accident at three fifty seven Nash rude. A further investigation indicated the operator of one of the vehicles involved the twenty five year old Cade Maciel of 2:12. Nash road have an operating under the influence of alcohol. Maciel was play. Under arrest in Charlotte. Liquor negligent operation of a motor vehicle. There are no injuries reported. WBZ news time is six oh five in sports. The sell the to the Eastern Conference semifinals with a win over the Pacers yesterday. The Bruins host the Maple Leafs. Tomorrow in game seven of the first round of the H L playoffs and the Red Sox game against the Detroit. Tigers tonight at.

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"gloser" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

11:24 min | 3 years ago

"gloser" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"People tell me the Golan introduce myself to them to my heart, which I did. And you know, told early on that they were people which are really are as well. So I went in and treated them with respect and they've. Reciprocated with nothing, but love and respect. So I don't know if I'm different but. A him in a very kind and respectful manner. I suppose, and I guess there's also been good. Well, I know a lot of people look up to you because you are very very good. With figuring out the the language of the sasquatch and all the different ways that they do speak to us. Now, we have I guess there's quite a few right? There's like glimpse structures. Mine speak is that is there three years or more. Are there? More ways to communicate with it. Yeah. So we have glimpse right structures. Glimpses structured mind speak. The Bill also verbal they will also play sauce in your head. I guess that's kind of like a my space. Yeah. Brian I loved when I read that that you had said thought placement I found that very interesting. Oh, no. That's. That's something that. Just like second nature now with man. And then the whatever like trying to one of the ways that they will ask you a question. I will get a thought. Returning to them or something, you know, big up there in the universe or something which teachers of as well, and they will. I'll get the answer like immediately. Often or sometimes it'll just be building to answer somewhere down the road. But they, you know, they will place a simple, and and in my head like, for instance, I wonder if they left the cliff by my car, okay? Was one thing that happened. One time. And it was just a random thought that came into my head, and I had just gone off for an hour hike or something it was just returning. And that's not. Came into my head. I wonder if I left by the Mike car, and I got back to my car, and they're right by the door was just an amazing. Look like it was just like a. You know, even call a no brainer. Like it was quite intricate. And you know, I learned over time that they would place those thoughts, and then they would would show you just one of the ways each your cell. It's. Continuing thing. And you just recognize it when you say cliff, can you tell people what a cliff is. Well, I guess technically they could even be the big things that are, you know, like on the trees, or whatever they just you're like, the big Asterix access something that I guess people seeing them, right? Like the structures and stuff. Yeah. And that's what what Brian's talking about is like they'll take a tree or a big giant limb and they'll make exes or the Astros. They'll make these giant structures. But then they also do the and to me that's a structure when they're that big. But when they're tiny to me, but I guess, I guess, you know, you're the expert guy in this is the glimpse also the giant structures. They're also glimpse. They're just big picture of the same symbols, whatever. So. Yeah, they have. Meaning and whatever to. Yes, they are. But you know, when I generally talking book cliffs. You know, when I started talking to you about them and got into them. It was just a little ones that you find on the force path or trail or whatever and their little for me. My favorite ones are a little peel sticks. And they really stand out because they kind of like, you know, quite white. On the background of the Braunau forceful or the green and they form little designs. And you get to recognize them over time. What they are. And you really do Brian. I mean, you know, when I've gone out with different people along the way. It's amazing. Who knows what? And you know, how the different people think of those that go out and research, you know, again, you know, we have the killing Nokia, we have the people that believe that it's they are flesh and blood and others that believe that you know, they go in and out of dimensions different things like that. But at one point I remember people teaching me talking about these cliffs, and they point down to something. And I'm like what there's some sticks a little broken sticks. I probably just stepped on that, you know. And they're like, no. And when you when you start learning about them, people point them out you start seeing these little things that people call lifts and just so. To me. I mean, it's you're right. The peeled sticks. That makes a difference and they are in. They do stick out more, and they are in very similar sim- similar shapes. And and I guess are they symbols or are they words, and the reason that you are considered an expert you've been kind of doing this and figuring these things out for what over how many years have you been working on glimpse alone. Well, since about two thousand twelve when I first got the call to go to the mountains, whatever. The very next guy that I met was the guy Randy person out actually was Abraham on. You there's a couple of blocks up the road. And he was finding tracks in the snow and had quite a bit experience with sasquatch up in the area up here for quite a long time. So that's how it. That's how it started. Well, somebody's Gloser like an inch. I mean, they're really they can get that tiny can't they? Oh, yeah. And some of them are really neat. Ones are the tiny wasn't it can get really intricate and sometimes they can. I've seen where they'll have something woven under over under over like three or four times. I mean, they're really quite intricate. And that's the difference. Folks. That's what you need to look for is that kind of thing because you're not going to see a lot of in and out in and out things that are woven. It just happened usually kinda just false false and false from the trees and just looks normal. So what we did was Brian sent like fifteen pictures of some of these lifts, and we have them on coast to coast AM dot com, and they're featured. So if you guys go over there, he's going to go through the different ones. Just so you can have an idea. And we'll and we know a lot of you guys aren't able to look at this right now. So that's okay. Will he'll described them. So at least you'll have an idea of what it is to look for when you're out there. You know, Brian is I was coming over in the bras talking to the driver who is a hiker, and he was talking, you know, he was surprised to hear all big foot around like manner everywhere. And let them know that tonight, you're gonna have you're gonna learn what to look for an and you'll know and these are a big sign that they are around. The gloves. Yeah. Absolutely. Yeah. So you actually believe that the glimpse that are seen in, ma'am. By the way, I see him. Now. I I went no come on. You know, just give me a big foot. Let me let me find a an. A imprint of the real big foot foot in the sand or dirt somewhere, which is very hard. Everything's gotta be just perfect to get that. Right. But then it's so much easier to find the glimpse in the structures. And they're messing our they messages to you and me who come across them or they messages to each other. Well, I don't professional everything about what they are for for them. Because you know, I mean, they can't communicate telepathically and whatever to right. So sometimes you wonder why would they need to use gloves? So. That's. That's still something that I'm pondering whatever. But at the same time, you know, you see a regular trail. And then there's a game or whatever that you see that they've been using and it's well trodden down from Houston, whatever. And you'll see it directions left. There quite often. You'll get you're looking for. And it does seem like it's for them. So is you say direction cliff? Yeah. Like a narrow or something, but the director. It looks just like a narrow or something in this direction. Oh, wow. Interesting. That does look like I mean that could be saying we're up here. But you know for them. I'm not sure if it would be for them. But you know, I've learned that. The cliffs for me or personal. So there are a tool for teaching tool. I I've learned a lot with them like all kinds of stuff. We'll get a chance to go into all of it. But there. They will make the gloves. According to what you think they mean? So for instance, hey means my clan leader. Are- means it means it means what I'm sorry. Mike clan leader artery his cliff is a name that's mine meaning for so when they give me a message. You know, most of them will be signed with a which is from the clan of our, Ian, whatever. Or if the messages from him. They've got different letters for different clan members. They've got. Yeah. It's it's whatever they because they can read in place in your head. So they can. Siamese? According to what you're thinking. Literally when you spoke at least with me. Okay. And when you say clan leader. Who's that? Well, you know, the Klan leader like the Klan is the the sasquatch family up here. Although they don't really as far as I'm concerned, they don't really distinguish one from the other a put one above the other or whatever. But you know, for practicality they still have to do certain things to function as a as a group. Right. Right. Right. Yeah. I thought year or the client, okay? You said one was a name you gave one a name. Ari ari? Yes. Okay. And that's your teacher that what you said. Well, I don't know if I have one teacher per se seems like I've got a bunch of them even some juvenile. Kirsan funny. Stop so and actually some some good lessons as well. So yeah, it seems like the whole family up here is kind of adopted.

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"gloser" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"gloser" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

"Business wars daily is brought to you by Pitney Bowes, and send pro online shipping can be complex with the uncertainty over costs and deciding which carrier to use plus tracking your packages things can get confusing. Stay tuned to the end of the show to find out how Pitney Bowes and send pro online can save you time and money and to get a special offer just for listeners of the show. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily on this Wednesday March sixth now, here's an invention for anyone who's ever commuted miserably and wall-to-wall traffic, an in-car technology that helps you sail down the street by catching all the green lights. It's called green light optimized speed advisory or glose up the dashboard feature tells you what speeds to drive to avoid having to stop at red lights. Well, so far Gloser is only available to the lucky and affluent few Audi has deployed in several late model cars and drivers must ante up an extra two hundred bucks a month for a concierge subscription, enabling glauca and some other connected features in Britain Jaguars trying out this new tech. And it's a luxury crossover SUV the F pace other vehicle makers, including BMW, Mercedes and Volkswagen are reportedly working on it as well. For those of us without the latest model. Luxury cars there's a free smartphone at that'll give green guidance made by. Connected signals one of the companies behind Gloser. The app is called enlighten Lhasa doesn't work on its own. It uses wifi technology and sensors to communicate with traffic signals right now. Gloser works in parts of thirteen metro areas, including Denver, Dallas, New York City northern Virginia and Washington DC close is one component of a broader technology called vehicle to everything. Meaning just what it sounds like your car will eventually communicate not just with traffic signals. But with other cars as well. And it'll probably alert drivers to the existence of pedestrians, bicyclists and other hazards on the road, eventually abbreviated as V to X. The technology is a foundation for driverless car future. In fact, cities all over the country have been adding V to X to their transportation infrastructure. The point isn't just to make life easier for frustrated commuters for cities, it's a way to reduce congestion and make streets safer. Theoretically that fewer stops driver makes the steadier the pace at which they drive that should make for safer driving lower emissions and fuel savings. Not to mention a happier commute to work. From wonder this is business wars. David. Hey, take a minute to tell us more about yourself. Would you just drive on over two one dot com slash survey? Answer a couple of quick questions. You'll make our I'm David Brown seen him. Shipping can be complex with the uncertainty over costs and deciding which carrier to use plus tracking your packages things can get confusing. Well, now there's a better way to ship sent pro online by Pitney Bowes with central online. You can easily compare USPS and other shipping options in all in one online tool, you can print shipping, labels and stamps on your own printer and track all of your shipments. And check this out USPS postal rates increased back on January twenty seventh. But with sent pro online, you can still access savings of up to forty percent off USPS priority, mail shipping and five cents off. Every letter you send central online is only fourteen dollars and ninety nine cents a month, and you can get a free thirty day trial. When you visit PB dot com slash b w daily. You'll also receive a free ten pound scale to help. You weigh your packages and accurately calculate the cost of shipping. That's PB dot com slash. BW daily and thanks to Pitney Bowes and central online for sponsoring the show.

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"gloser" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:15 min | 3 years ago

"gloser" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Meeting between a sitting US president and North Korean leader last summer in Singapore. And with great fanfare, but little substance over how to dismantle North Korea's nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles, this time both sides are likely to feel pressured to agree on specific measures. What concrete steps North Korea will take to give up the weapons and what the United States will offer in return. Let's get further analysis now from the summit. That's where we find guy Taylor national security editor at the Washington Times. He's with us today from Hanoi, Vietnam guy. Both men have something to prove, you know, they call it the the prisoner's dilemma. Got this intertwined intertwined me where President Trump, obviously, he's got the Michael Cohen scenario going on right now in Washington, but he's got reelection end of his term at twenty twenty need them major foreign policy victory. So she's up against it needs to deliver here at the same time Kim Jong known he's coming up on the five year anniversary of major economic program and North Korea that his basically a very small healed. It's almost no results economically for North Korea. He needed to show that that he's doing something that will be to an opening up North Korea and Gloser of economy that starts with getting sanctions lifted. So both of these guys have domestic political impetus to keep this thing going at the very least use the word victory there. How would victory? Be defined by each side. I think that the North Koreans will see it as a victory in terms of summit. If they can get the Trump administration to use the word sanction, whether that word is the joint whatever killing statement come out of this later this week or President Trump tweets it or indicates that the possibility of a reduction in sanctions is on the immediate horizon. From the American side, I think it's the word inspectors if Kim Jong. Says that in a post-summit press conference indicates that he'll allow international nuclear inspectors that would be considered a victory for the American side. It does that word or something about that. Make it into a joint statement, Mike sources are telling me that the North Koreans trying right now. Behind the scenes negotiations going on right now here in Vietnam. They're trying really hard to make sure that joint statement is as big as possible to exactly what they did in in Singapore as well. We're speaking with guy Taylor national security editor at the Washington Times. He's in Hanoi, Vietnam. Watching the Trump Kim summit, you mentioned the possibility to of liaison offices, possibly in DC and Pyongyang. Yeah. I, you know, I think that the do mine sources that are that are close to the negotiations say that this we as on office issue is the author of the Americans to open some kind of a diplomatic facility. Is pretty close to the center of the table. Question is whether or not the North Koreans are really going to embrace that. Remember, the North Koreans have an office in the United States. They have it at the United Nations. So what are they gonna get out of that? They're not going to open an embassy in Washington. It's unclear whether they even have the interest to do that right now. And the other thing is that this diplomatically as on office has been brought up as a a nugget in past negotiations. We Americans have offered in the past thinking North Koreans wanted only to have an ice creams come at them and say, well, we never even wanted that to begin with. So it's a little bit unclear whether that's going to be a product of this summit later that comes out of it. But I think it's a possibility a topping that we might might see here later this week is an announcement that there's a move forward. Closer diplomatic relations between the United States North Korea. Which as you know, have been frozen are extremely cold for for more than a decade now and then finish up with the possibility of US troops in South Korea being reduced any chance of that. As part of all this, Gordon, there's always a chance. We have a somewhat unorthodox and unpredictable and a lot of people say this is why use effective the president of the United States know that Donald Trump has made it clear that he wants to blame American Trump's home from places where they've been stationed for many years, but I don't think that Donald Trump has said explicitly that he wants to keep troops home from the Korean peninsula. There about thirty thousand US troops in South Korea. They've been there for more than. Century. And remember they have a purpose. There that reaches beyond just the north crisis. They're the largest American ground with military footprint of increasingly militarized China. And all of President Trump's has indicated that the troops issues not on the table at this juncture guy guy Taylor national security editor at the Washington Times with us today from Hanoi, Vietnam..

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"gloser" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

15:22 min | 3 years ago

"gloser" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Welcome back. You're listening to Barkan flag around pet life radio. And I'm Jody Miller young. You know, it was incredible. All of these amazing Costin's you've done. I think one of my favorites. I know yours is the circus car. But one of my favorites was the sweet shop and a reason for that was having thing tugs dressed up. I mean, the dogs are cute enough as they are but dressed up as a Hershey's kiss or have candy. I mean come on lately. So I need to hear about this. What? Makes. This and what was involved to bring it to fruition. Thank originally. We had some other ideas if I'm not mistaken, right? But you a lot of ideas around that one was Benton come to us so easily, but we decided Halloween was all about candy. And once we got that idea. We just ran with it. And they float up more elaborate, the dogs, costumes got more laborat-, and we just we had a four with this one. And I was like color color color. Plenty of that for that. You'll see when you see the pictures on the side, everyone it is. So and people would just stop in their tracks. I remember, you know, they had a real standout. We had candy jars on free shelves and just gave out Gandhi to all the spectators is giving. We were I didn't get candy that year. A little bit more difficult, especially the Hershey's kiss. It was I had to redo it about three times to get it, you know, to stand up on her and yet become visible. So that the first couple like when she would lay down the whole Hershey's kiss would collect. Oh my God. That'd be like well that. Would you make on the sofa was actually a very thin silver? What do you call it with LeMay, very sore civil may, and then underneath that was a very thick stabiliser and a little bit of a foam to give it to give it the shape, and I had to like bend, and I actually sewed the farm into a form that would actually be stiff enough, but also when she laid down it would Fall River. It was added to it over three times to finally get it. So that it would that it would look good on her like that. And the most fun though was the cotton candy. I loved that one. That was my. Yeah. I did use spray Gloser dismount. And this one was fine. It was just cotton batting. And I laid it out on the front lawn with pink and blue spray paint and just pulled out little bulls. And I actually made a white fleece jacket for him first. And then I took the cotton candy and somebody can I spent some of the blue I didn't want it all pink because he's a boy and everybody thinks he's a girl. So I promised I would give them some blue. So I made a rainbow. Cotton candy, and I sprayed it, and then I spray painted the whites Meese jacket with spray glue. And then just stuck the cotton balls to it. It's two pieces. And then there's the head pieces more like a like a fluid that actually is underneath this chain and above his head. And then the little the cone is actually made of paper just rolled paper. I wanted to be as realistic as possible, and we just stuck that to the top. And you just walked with it on. He was fine. It was very. Lightweight and very comfortable. Oh my goodness. And have you ever? I mean, it's dogs. We're talking about two who are unpredictable in terms of the movements and everything else. Have you ever had a fashion faux pas moments on when actually on if they get tired? They would lay down and take a little rest and the events usually where over three hours. Oh, yeah. So you know, you have to let. Beat dogs. You know, like if you can't, you know, sticking long been. Yeah, we'd leave it off for a little bit. And we put it back on and with it. Yeah. It's loose. It's lists. Yeah. You ladies are always part of the act. So what did you dress up as for the sweetshop? Well, I was a soda machine, and I had my hair actually going through the the soda bottle and coming out into a Cup. So. Yes, really creative. It was like to get involved with the whole theme. So yeah, I wish had Gumbo machine. And I actually made the bulls out of Well, I I did the clear bowl and the fine. And then I painted all the different like the most from college and put them inside the bowl undefined a little little hat on my head to look like the little cap at the top of the machine and with the it also made out of that same civil LeMay. And but a little tumble that came out a little shooting a fine. Oh my God. Full. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I think so I think so too. You know, some people we're not one of them because we all are really conscious about what we put on our dog. But you know, some people are against dressing your dogs. I think it's mean, they think dogs aren't supposed to be dressed up. I know that you make special effort to make sure that what you create for the dogs both in the way of the sets and the costumes keep that in mind. Tell us a little bit about that. What you consider the typically Julie that actually one of the things that we do is. We make sure that we do have tethers to the structure NASA. Keep the dogs loose faith. We have I mix the costumes have an area where you can get to the harness. And then we have the tether that cooks to the harnessed. So that they really can't fall off. But they're able to move around and can move around each other. They could lay down they could stand up, but they're a little they're safe. Sure. And we'll of course, the lip on the floats for safety. So that when they do lay down they can't slip off and feel secure. That's great. And you would also said about, you know, the floats that you want them to be off the ground. They're small dogs. Right. Yeah. With over five it'll save. Yeah. You do want wrap high protected? Yeah. I mean there are so so many people and so many dogs big dogs small dogs and chickens. I always remember the chicken lady Gaga is her name. Yes. Tickets yours. Yeah. Still goes to events. Yeah. Absolutely. So Lynn, you retired Baxter was in two thousand seventeen. I retired him. Seventeen from a big events. He used to do a lot of fundraising and fashion gala, and we used to travel all over the United States, and he has thirteen so we cut back a little, but we still support all the groups and we still dressed up for Halloween. Yeah. But you became a judge instead at the Tompkins square last year, I was chosen as a judge which was a lot of fun from all the. Yeah. Tell us about the experience about being a part of the selection processes as opposed to being in front of the audience well after doing three winning years with our floats. I was very honored. When I was asked to be a judge. I know what goes into the carriages and the floats and good opportunity to use my experience to judge the other entries and also you get to see every single costume, which also plus and it was pretty easy. A lot of them just popped and you were able to say that's a winner. You know, early on the contest, you knew what you were looking for would definitely, you know, surprise, some people have so much creativity. And it all comes out at these events. Yeah. And one of them that definitely pop was yours. Diana the first year that you participated without your designing partner. Tell us about that costume, and what went into creating that. Because that one first place, right? Yes. Yes. I decided what can I do with my two dogs? 'cause when Lynn which wasn't gonna do with that year. I said, okay. So I came up with the idea of the of an aquarium store water fish tank, and then a friend of mine are Shivarine said that she would like to to do it with me. So I said, okay. So we actually built this fish time together. And I did and I made the costumes so she just left the ideas to me, and the costumes were I did Japan was a blue and gold salt water angel fish Jonah was my favorite. She's. He's a venomous lion. Fish, which is just so beautiful and her dog is named Penelope Yorkie. And that was the clown fish, and it was really fun making these costumes and keeping them. Nice and colorful and doing all the spikes on Jonah for the lion. Fish was and working with how am I going to get them to not only stand out from the costume? But also be sore. I didn't wanna use like pirate cleaner because that just bends up, and we'll look terrible after a couple of spins around the fish tank, but I wanted it to bend and moves with so, you know, and not get damaged by moving around in the fish tank and just move with her. And and it did I used actually optical wire inside fabric. And it worked forever. And you went you went to the pet shop owner, right? So I went into shop owner, which was originally my plan. And then I show went as a goldfish goldfish that kind of got out of the bowl so to speak goldfish. Kofi got away. Right. Right. Right. Well, congratulations on that one. That's great. You you welcome. And you can see photos of that on the page as well. Lynn in addition to Diana's saltwater, aquarium, what were some of the other standouts when you judge last year. Well, there were so many I can't remember all of them because we had so many this year. In my mind from yesterday. There was a tour bus that won best in show. It was really hard one because they were both so spectacular the tour bus had a French BULLDOGS on it and the whole family was involved again. But a lot of people do TV shows, very, like pot, culture culture. Yep. Absolutely. I think that's big every superhero. Yeah. Yeah. That's fun. And then you have your your standards that come every year. But they always have a different twist to them. There's always the witches and the the scary vampires and different things and some dogs just come cute cupcakes, and milkshakes and pajamas are butter. Yeah. But it's clever. I mean, New Yorkers come up with some very clever costume ideas that that was always my perception every year, you just went yesterday fresh in your mind, what was some standouts from yesterday. Well, the one that. Best in show. It was spectacular. It was had her and they made three teacups. I believe they were probably paper Michelle one on top of the other and the dog sat on the top. And both the owners were in the scene as well. And that did win best in show that was the standout. But one that I like that didn't win was these two lamas. Yeah. That. Yeah. A little. Was the Lama head. And then they constructed a whole Lama on wheels. Around this head. So that came wheeling out, and then the owner dressed up again with paper Michelle all handmade. I loved the handmade costumes William probably a three foot head on top of her own head. And I just thought that was wonderful. But unfortunately, I wasn't judging somebody else didn't think it was a winner. But that's okay. I mean, it was just so many when you have three hundred contestants. It's really hard to single out. Just a few for for prizes. Absolutely. Absolutely. So tell me what your babies were dressed up like this year, Diana. So we went as cabbage patch dolls cabbage patch twins. Side. I yeah, I put it on the stroller. And I made a box and made you know, made the cabbage patch twins box. And there were like inside the box and inside the boxes bottles and just as if it just came from the store bottles wash courts and their little shoes. They had the, you know. And of course, I made their outfits and they had let the curly red. They both had the curly red hair and look like little twins. You know, it's so funny. These things they they go away and they come back, but they never go away. Forever things like cat. Right. Pardon? Right. What about you? Lynn yours. Oh my God. What hued costume that was too? I love the little Turkish tell us about it. Okay. A friend of mine was over one day, and we were playing around with a pair setbacks had we added a little plumber's crack and a little push to the. And decided that he looked like a plumber for he should work at Home Depot. That's what we ended up going with. We got a little apron. That's at Home Depot little credit card holder, which was actually a little metal box was. So it looked like a little toolbox. And we just stressed them up. I went to Home Depot with him. All the employee's want those with him. So I do have a picture of him with about fifteen of the employee's particular one in the paint department. So that was a lot of fun. That's the one that we have the one with the guy in the paint department. I guess yes. That's. Yeah. That's he helped us with the paint believe it or not on the circus shop he helped us. Yeah. To our vital. So after coming in a dozen times, we became friends. And then he wanted to see what Baxter was wearing. And that's what we took that picture on another costume. I made for him years ago. But they brought it back was bubble gum stuck under shoe. And again, I don't so so people that don't so can still have fun. I pajama pink pajama and iheart. Glued little bubble. Gum pieces, all over the pajama. They cut a little hole for his tail and he wore a little cap also with bubble gum. And then on the back. I got a soft shoe, and I just attached it to the top. And that's what he was bubble gum. Stuck under a show? That is really cute. You're going to be able to see all of this again on the Balkan flagger page of the pet life radio site. Ladies Halloween is just a couple of days away. When you hear this? It might only be a day away or possibly today. Stay safe out there have fun have fun dressing up your pets. Make sure they're comfortable and safe and ladies, thank you..

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"gloser" Discussed on The Concentrated Conversation Podcast

The Concentrated Conversation Podcast

09:48 min | 3 years ago

"gloser" Discussed on The Concentrated Conversation Podcast

"Perceive when you're fighting for custody in my premium. Yes, I want to win custody. But I found out later that I think really anybody truly Wayne's custody band. Yeah. Park has come. We all my kids. And I can't even remember on as I kind of forget on purpose. The year that you represented me when older stuff was going on. But on park has my kids like last week in his own Sopher since that time which been we youngest daughter is for five years and res pharmacist years ago, but on. For some me much. Oldest got together. We just talked about an attorney bikes on the all broke down. And it was a. Imsa terribly beautiful how're station if that makes sense, but on student tell so much hurt and damage our kids based on custody. That's why I say there's true dang. The thing about cursing people lose sight of it. It's not people get caught up in. Nothing like that. But a lot of times people getting what people get caught up. I'm not on the other. Get a leg up, and it becomes more about I was born as oppose the west base for this kid. Atlanta key has hurt by these, you know, they're just evening, you know, each other. Nobody's thinking about what's going on with the kid. A lotta times that can cause some turmoil. Advert. I let me, but no the thing about John Zane about you. Don't do side of the beach other with day is about. Lose embed bed. Yeah. Beam is definitely do. But I want to speak for her put on I know, my oldest daughter. Say, you know, she said that one point you know, we were so focused on winning. You know, you want core. Trying to win the game. I guess all focused on and then it was from to almost say giving myself any issues, I will say like most custody battles are here are kind of bitter and is hard to focus on a child, and you have so much other stuff sworn in your together at one point. I really didn't work out either. We eat her turning. It's hard to find a common Brown. These horrible. Shunde you advice to someone who? So I need to do if they are in the middle of custody ban about to embark on customer down. Concert in turn. Turning be wanted was issue that this is the way you want to be sure that you want to take on. You know, I've had people come in and say, yeah, I won't I won't, blah, blah, blah. Okay. Well. That's fine. These days, and you know, what the child with you permanently. But you know, you're gonna get up go to school. Be AMI there. You know? I mean, major this which wrong number one. Number two have plane. Plan play for what happens. You we. But I mean is you know? Plan for more shower. You were was challenged Goto alginate would look out schools where we live. How is words job daughter. It. Down. Playing the Hammett lean out because the judges probably will ask you that. Somebody proceeds go asking you trying to get custody. Me make stuff, but you'll be surprised how many people don't amber plan for they come see the Terni semi both fuel do unwind didn't have. Right. So I have ever played with. Just in case, there's an emergency who's been child. Go wed neighbor schools, you know. You know? What else? Attorney plan. The media. Don't don't talk about games those media, huge because most people don't sale social media's from when I write right, social, they go. Key more emails takes things like that. Keep it records elicit different things like that. If someone was on channel support in they're trying to make sure your child support payments and everything good them that. So you can't be behind chance for going in there. Trying to get what you don't want to be. Radio. You don't want to you. Hell you said to me that I remember his own and you said previously you have to care for the Gloser Kamal. One hundred percent for care for so. Thank goodness. We settle on. Could you just explain the the by set you'd have to have my going into custody battle? Yeah. I mean, just any and everything come up anyway you ever saying then you never did is going to come on. The gloves. Don't come off just get downright nasty. Just, you know, fair prayer. From the words biz prepare for the worst. You know, he just 'cause people feel like their kids or issue with our kids. They go above and beyond any and everything come up ninety relevance stone. They want to see people, you know, according to me when tell them to do that. Channel seven. You know, grains, is I will. Saying brings case, you know, be prepared for everything every little come out coming up and do you? So if if you forward. Really, you know, I'm just saying because I these question for dance. So if you in your opinion, if you are dead, and you feel that you wanna fight for custody shown, you think the dasher go ahead and fight or should just succumb to the other side. No, how about fighting all about fighting if the Dan wants to fight we can find the only thing I say that is we have to be prepared to come win. But a lot of that. I mean, let me let me when I say there is no presumption. Or the mother the follow. He's not in state is Carolina. Particularly the child born of the marriage of American couple is have equal rights 'cause while blah now promenades is if a child born out of way a lot then the mother does have. But there's no presumption yet is the mother has and dad needs in order, basically versa net. If the child. If the child out of whale. But if you feel like you won't custody as a filing and fine, but be prepared to say this. There's no presumption, but I always feel like. We gotta hear horn. Liam saying ask you, do you. Guys asked me based on the fact that you know. Along period of time in even now, I think a lot of guys feel like the core automatically buyers towards female in goal is. I don't I don't think Ahmed we buy. Supposed to be. But always feel like if it's a father custody always feel. They have swing yarder or he's a little harder. But a lot of their when when this situation a lot of depends on on the first question, I asked on if you remember there was the first question, I ask you why is it in the best interest of the child to be with you this judgments? And even articulate to me right in the slab. Why? You know in we go from there.

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"gloser" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"gloser" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"That was a big deal at our house Andrei when we had TV dinners. Coat. Jim is the past. You are the future. That's the way it is. And listen, I love your show all the mission of your show. And whether he comes the gold, it doesn't make any different coast. Thanks, protect my remote. Now, you can show a long time. And we appreciate that very your coat. You got it always great to hear from you. Andre Al you can call me Al is in Memphis, Tennessee. Hey, Paul good to talk to you again, buddy. Thank you. I just I just wanted to say something about degrees here in Memphis. I don't know if you heard anything about the trade rumors between. Yeah. I follow them pretty closely. I've gotten to know the the president of the grizzlies in he's he's and and I I root for them. Although this team right now is, you know, pretty pretty close to being that reliable mess. Yeah. They're totally lost. And I, you know, and and they're trying to get rid of the two best in the most experienced players. They got on the team. You know, when something goes totally one hundred and eighty degrees. You start looking at the coaching staff. And I think that's where the problem is the coaching staff is got the same straight line thing. We're going to do this. We're going to do this. And it's not working. I think it's about time. You've heard of the coaching staff, and maybe some people out of the front office to change the thought pattern around here when when when when you ever professional organization, you you sometimes you have to. You have to go dish in by subtraction. Hey, thank you very much for the call. Joe is up next. Joe? Making it today. How did well sanding good? I to say, hey, only Gallo, and I do want to say how you must've Mr. she's recovering from her surgery. So I won't say I love you. And Brian you keep getting better. But anyway, powers gift does Gloser retired. I would like to Knicks down my, squirrel. I'm on a hug his neck for. He's the one that brought down the giant do not do night. He specifically said do not use the word retire or tire is what old people do he resigned. Well, I mean, you know, my daddy worked up to eighty three. So they may not be, you know, saying these ain't too bad. You know, I only he's not in the he's not in the seventies. Joe? According to Jim. Well, I them were they next week. It's in a and yes, he did stay at a Holiday Inn express last night. Well, he stayed. They didn't hate it and slate very well, then because Jim Jim and Jim was doing such better this year. You know, this little, you know, acting like a little girl getting mad because somebody says you can't let them get. You know, I'm learning to block all these negativity him just. Yeah. Again, just you know, he's losing it. You're listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Always great to reconnect with Tony Barnhart here, especially about an important story that he's written about the Martell case could change the landscape of college football. We have a couple of cases out there right now that are all interesting. Tony great to have you on..

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"gloser" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"gloser" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"I kept quiet about the fact I was wondering about newspaper reading that. I might even ROY little book about it. I didn't want him to feel like he was being observed and change his behavior a problem. That's well known in the field of ethnology. If I told him he might not have routinely shoved the newspaper in his trouser pocket and started through the small port town from who streets. Newspapers had as good as disappeared whereby you have to admit that the place may be pretty, but it's geared up for regional tourism Benelux crime stories, which Lear so many people to Brittany I'll set elsewhere foreign papers were available in the stationery shop, but you have to ask for them the shop assistant through an unsorted bundle on the table from which I pulled out the previous day's Georgia and sat down in the cafe opposite from which the melody of a hit by alphaville emanated. I flick through these deutscher, and I looked over at the fishing boats, which were dozing in the midday sun in the end. I'd only read the spotlight section, which I hardly ever read in Berlin anymore, although I often intend to so I hadn't read a lot. But I had read de Gloser who is tirico commentary, which is one of the best things about the newspaper, which I read all too seldom it felt good. L also only read a fraction of the French newspapers. He'd bought he immersed himself in the canal on Chennai least of all the articles in the NADA, certainly very challenging. But the fact that he read so little of it low. His French is enviable studied in Paris had another reason reading highbrow newspapers on holidays like reading the local program to see what you could do that evening only to fall asleep in front of the television as soon as you get home from work on average. You might read two articles the main one on the front page and medium size one inside the paper. Most attempts to save the newspaper assume that people want to read newspaper. They don't consider that people might procure a newspaper simply to be able to read it after all that wouldn't make much sense. But that's how it is in many cases, and it applies to periodical magazines, even more. So so not only did my friend hardly read the cannot Oceana. He also didn't work through the bundle of New Yorkers. We brought along for him before getting on the plane with his family. He given us a suitcase that we had to squeeze into our cars we've box we assumed it contained clothes and toys can never crossed our minds that someone would have old issues of the New Yorker delivered to him. Neither is the obvious purpose of a collection of New Yorkers to read back issues on holiday, nor is the obvious purpose of a holiday to read old New Yorkers, but it did have its purpose. He read a couple of articles and seemed satisfied this too is well known from the history of ethnology the researcher take. On the behavior of their research subject. We went on a trip to pain poll with the firm intention of buying a novel. I went into a bookshop and found a novel about Paris under your Pompidou later. I read about twenty pages on the beach. Never touched it again. It wasn't bad. But you should have bought Pierre's, Latinos, and Iceland fisherman. I told myself that one is set in po-. Then again, I wouldn't have read any more of an Iceland fisherman, then of Paris under George Pompidou. That was the fourth installment of Monaco's audio cereal the last newspaper reader by Mikhail and Gillam, you.

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"gloser" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"gloser" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"I kept quiet about the fact I was plundering about newspaper reading that. I might even ROY little book about it. I didn't want him to feel like he was being observed and change his behavior a problem. That's well known in the field of -nology. If I told him he might not have routinely shoved the newspaper in his trouser pocket and started through the small town from who streets. Newspapers had as good as disappeared whereby you have to admit that the place may be pretty, but it's geared up for regional tourism Benelux crime stories, which Lear so many people to Brittany are set. Elsewhere foreign papers were available in the stationery shop, but you had to ask for them the shop assistant through an unsorted bundle on the table from which I pulled out the previous day's deutscher and sat down in the cafe opposite from which the melody of a hit by alphaville emanated. I flick through these deutscher, and I looked over at the fishing boats, which were dozing in the midday sun in the end. I'd only read the spotlight section, which I hardly ever read in Berlin anymore, although often intend to so I hadn't read a lot. But I had read de Gloser who satirical commentary, which is one of the best things about the newspaper, which I read all too seldom it felt good. L also only read a fraction of the French newspapers. He'd bought he immersed himself in the canal, Chanel least of all the articles in the NADA, certainly very challenging. But the fact that he read so little of it low. His French is enviable studied in Paris had another reason reading highbrow newspapers on holidays like weeding the local program to see what you could do that evening only to fall asleep in front of the television as soon as you get home from work on average. You might read two articles the main one on the front page and a medium size one inside the paper. Most attempts to save the newspaper assume that people want to read newspaper. They don't consider that people might procure a newspaper simply to be able to read it after all that wouldn't make much sense. But that's how it is in many cases, and it applies to periodical are magazines even more. So so not only did my friend hardly read the cannot Shanna. He also didn't work through the bundle of New Yorkers. We brought along for him before getting on the plane with his family. He gives us a suitcase that we had to squeeze into our cars we've box we assumed it contained clothes and toys can never crossed our minds that someone would have older she's of the New Yorker delivered to him. Neither is the obvious purpose of a collection of New Yorkers to read back issues on holiday, nor is the obvious purpose. A holiday to read old New Yorkers, but it did have its purpose. He read a couple of articles and seemed satisfied this too is well known from the history of ethnology the researcher take. On the behavior of their research subject. We went on a trip to pay impo- with the firm intention of buying a novel. I went into a bookshop and found a novel about Paris under your Pompidou later. I read about twenty pages on the beach. Never touched it again. It wasn't bad. But you should have bought Pierre's, Latinos, and Iceland fisherman. I told myself that one is set in pine po-. Then again, I wouldn't have read any more of an Iceland fisherman than of Paris under George Pompidou. And that was the fourth installment of Monaco's audio cereal the last newspaper reader by Mikhail and gala, you can listen to the full story by tuning into print industry review program. The stuck. We'll details, of course on our website..

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"gloser" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

13:52 min | 3 years ago

"gloser" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Bedford stories. Live from the Matthews brothers studio. One of the texter says, the when the Trump was asked that question. What would you tell the the the people who have to call their landlords? He should've just said I tell those people here's Nancy Pelosi cell phone number or Chuck Schumer's at that would have been a good answer to release Lindsey Graham cell phone number when on Nancy's or Chuck's eight four four five hundred forty two forty two. Joe you're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead. Joe? Good. I appreciate. Putting your foot down and line on the Democrats want to funding for the wall. Why did he do this two years ago when he came into office when the Republicans had the house at the center, I would think you would have? Better walk. Two years ago instead of waiting go. Democrats are they're not gonna we're not gonna bar Jonah. Explain why two years ago. That's a good question. Joe? And you I think you probably know the answer Paul Ryan wanted a wall about as much as Nancy Pelosi dead. I mean, that's the reality of it. Right. But don't you think he he would have better walk with dealing with the Republicans two years ago? Then you're going to have to deal with the the Democrats now. Yeah, I think so I think that they just didn't seem like, and again, I am Coulter would be all over me for saying this. But it didn't seem like it was that pressing of an issue. I mean, he was trying to get the job done through through other methods. You know, through y you know, threatening the cutoff age through the the Muslim majority nation six-nation travel ban. He was trying to cut off immigration and in other ways. But there's nothing was working. I mean, they they have to have a wall. I mean, there's no question about it. It's true. It's. Yeah. You I mean, you you raise a good point. And maybe he should have done it. But he. Other other things have other things he had to deal with to you know, like the like these trade agreements that were killing the country and getting through tax cuts and. You know, getting getting to people appointed to the supreme court getting dozens of people appointed to the district courts in the appellate courts. He's always have other other fish to fry and he's got a lot done even Mitt Romney that stupid op Ed piece for the for the Washington Post admitted that the he's accomplished a hell of a lot. Thanks for the call, Joe, Susie. You're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead Suzie, I'm from Vermont. And of course, you know, I have no representation in the government because of our politics that we have in the state is warning. We all called representatives and senators this weekend and told them that we supported the wall, and we support President Trump's. Suzy though, when you came out of the box, you made the you made the exact point that you have no representation. Do you think a phone call to Bernie Sanders or Pat Lahey is going to get them get them their minds changed and decide that the g we really do need a wall. Well, I don't think it's going to change their minds, but many will you know. Irritate. You know, there are those of us in Vermont that support the president. I support is agenda. Is it? I I don't I we all are Suzy. Isn't it ironic though that Bernie Sanders? I mean, he used to be used to talk about how we had to protect the American workers in good union jobs, and all that kind of stuff he talked. He talked a a fairly good talk on on the legal immigration at one point just like Hillary Clinton, just like the Gloser down there. And I wondering what he's done other laid millions of dollars. Yeah. No, exactly. Well, he say he set up a campaign in two thousand sixteen where sexual harassment was rampant. And then and then he did you see I got another question. I don't get a hold of Trump. How do we call him and tell him that we support him? But we don't want him to cave. Just follow him on Twitter, and like his accounts and re post everything on Facebook. And I think that's I think he knows that he's got half the country behind him, you know, even in even in places like Vermont and Massachusetts, there's a huge percentage of the people back him up. Thanks for the call Suzy eight four four five hundred forty two forty two Lauren you're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead, Lauren. Hey, Halley wish well on your arm. Thank you. I think Trump and Sarah Huckleberry sandwich should tell those the press. Three words go to hell, did you hear that one F Trump how he said Mexico's gonna pay for the wall, and they explained it thoroughly. And then another one turn around and ask them the same question. I know we played the we played the second one. But I mean, don't you think it's effective though? I mean to to fire up the base. I mean, you watch those you watch those questions, and you know, I'm I'm a reporter. But no report of my entire life. I mean, I'm I'm just shocked at the at the lack of respect than just the fact that they're asking the same stupid questions over and over again. It's I think I think it's good. I think it's you know. You know, he's he's like he's like a guy a lion tamer walking into the cage with with a chair and a and a weapon. He's just you know, he's fighting them off. I think it's good dealt a bunch of troublemakers. That's what I think they are. Absolutely. Thanks for the call Lord. Eight four four or five hundred forty two forty two how about Trump on steel versus concrete again, they thought this. They think this is a high crime or misdemeanor that he said originally that the wall was going to be made out of concrete. And then today, he said the wall could be made out of steel cut. Sixteen steel is stronger than concrete if I build this wall or fence or anything the Democrats need to call it because I'm not into names I'm into production. I'm into something that works if I build a steel wall rather than a concrete. Well, it will actually be stronger than a conquer Steelers stronger. Concrete K case, you you could check it out. President Trump weren't you sort of under oath when you set out on the campaign trail over and over again around the country that you would build a concrete wall. You lied to the American people. That's basically what they were asking him later on. Okay. Let's have another reporter question. Cut number eleven. Can you explain to federal employees of the agencies that are closed which are not homeland security? Why those agencies should should stay close. Homeland security is significant of itself. If it stay close because we want to do what's right? And we wanna do it all at one time. We don't want to take it in pieces. We just don't want to do that. And doc is going to be a great subject. I look forward to discussing it. We'll discuss it at another time. But there are a lot of great things that can happen with Dhaka if the Democrats want to do that. Doc is the dreamers. He's already offered them a deal on DACA, and they didn't want it because they wanted it as an issue for the midterm elections. So you're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead. So high Halley reported the morons anyway. But which in all the businesses that left, Mexico, and all we income that came back to this country. Mexico is paying for the wall. They not getting that income from the businesses. I'm so sick and tired of these people saying Mexico paying for the wall. They're paying for the wall and the reporters morons they don't know what they're talking about the disgraceful disgusting. People. They don't they don't care about the facts, you don't you don't move up through the ranks anymore in journalism in national journalism. Beltway journalism by by being a shoe leather. Reporter you you through the ranks yelling seventies and eighties sixty seven to the eighties and we had reporters back then they're morons today. Their brain dead. Thank you. How we end great job. Thanks. And again, I've said this before, but you know, the the old farm system has broken down for journalism. It used to be you started out at a small newspaper or media market. Be more small market TV station, and you sort of learned how to cover the courthouse. The police beat the county commissioners. You'll learn how to get along with people and not get along with people if they were in your way nowadays, they they come. They just come out of the the Capitol Hill offices of Democrats, all these people are are not. Reporters. Their former democrat operatives George Stephanopoulos, Jake tapper. What's his name Maynard G Krebs their Chuck Todd? There's all these guys worked for democrat politicians. And that's that's all they know. That's that's the that's the training ground. If you're if you're if you're an aide to a democrat, congressman, you can break in at one of these media companies, but if you're just a reporter from Kansas City, probably not unless you're one of the cells, burgers, then they send you to Kansas City for seasoning for a couple of months, and then they bring you back and put you in charge of the Trump derangement syndrome, New York Times, Elaine, you're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead. Elaine. Well, howie. I'm wondering. Representatives down there and the great city Washington DC because they get paid during the shutdown. I believe they do away. Eight. You know, they can go along great folks regular, folks. Get shut down, and we wouldn't have our money. Why do they have their? I I said earlier, you know, that all these all these moon bats that are texting and you know, posting on social media. They're all crying crocodile tears for these federal workers. Are they are they concerned about all the people in the restaurant industry who are losing their jobs because of the new higher minimum wage? We just had a restaurant here in Boston Durgin park. It's been open for almost two hundred years. And again, it's I it's gone downhill. There's no question about it. You know, all restaurants, you know, have have life spans in this this far outlasted its lifespan, but they're going out of business on January twelve and they said one of the main reasons is because we have these new minimum wage loss. And this is the same thing that's happened. In San Francisco, the same thing that's happened in Seattle. They raise the minimum wage, and guess what happens. The restaurants have to raise the prices people. Stop going out to restaurants. Or if you're in a fast food restaurant, and the minimum wage is is raised. They they start automating the the workers out of jobs, a seven seven four is a good point. Trump should have said if you work for a company that's over twenty trillion in debt, you should be aware of your paycheck and stop any minute. Got twenty two trillion dollars in debt, and we're running a one million dollar one trillion dollars one trillion dollar deficit this year. Yeah. I mean, we got we got some problems here. And again, they're going to get paid when the shutdown ends, and the they are going to get I I wish they were getting paid. I wish every I don't want anybody to be without a job. But they your average federal worker makes a lot more money than your average busboy at Durgin park or your average person working at the takeout window at McDonald's or Burger King. And they could be laid off at any moment to thanks for the call, Elaine, Michael, you're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead. Michael. Hey, good afternoon. How are you? Good. Why was calling you know, I listened the other day on on the television about the the budget impasse because of the the border wall. And I here's what I wanted to share with you. Currently the United States our foreign aid package right now, they say is about fifty four billion dollars and the Democrats want to add another sixty billion dollars in foreign aid to that package. So they don't want to give a dime for the wall. So I'll come Democrats a democratic voters can't see if they if Democrats want fourteen billion more to give away. To help our to furnish aid to foreign countries. Why will they not give this money for the border wall to protect American citizens? Michael, you know, the answer to that question, the Democrats and their core constituencies hate, Donald Trump, and the people who voted for him all sixty three sixty five million of us deplorable irredeemable bitter, bitter Clinger's more than they hate the illegal alien, criminals and terrorists who are swarming across the border. They that's all all they want to do is win. They have the there's no nothing else. Other than winning..

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