33 Burst results for "Haggard"

Rep. Kevin McCarthy: From Bakersfield to Washington

The Doug Collins Podcast

03:22 min | 5 months ago

Rep. Kevin McCarthy: From Bakersfield to Washington

"Know what makes Kevin Kevin. Where did you come from? Where did you get to to where you're at now? Well, you know, I'm from California, but it's not the part of California most people envision. It's a place called Bakersfield, California. And this is, if you ever read the grapes of wrath, this is the shantytown in that book. This is agriculture. It's energy, it's oil. It's we have a couple of military bases. And a couple people who are from Bakersfield, you might think of Merle Haggard, buck Owens. It's a little more Texas of California. And I grew up with a family. I was the youngest of three. My father and mother, my father worked two jobs. He was a fireman and he moved furniture on his days off. And when I got a high school, we didn't have great wealth. So I went to community college. And they instilled in me a work ethic. And I always had a job, but I remember I met this guy that owned a car dealers. He had a car dealer's license, but he ran a little convenience stores. And I'd pay him a $100 to take me to the car auctions in LA LA is like two hours away. And you had to be a dealer to go down there. And this is where it had a big fairgrounds where all the dealers would bring their trade ins. But you have to be a dealer to go. And I would go and I would buy and sell cars and I'd flip them to pay my way through college. Now, I know your attorney, I found out later it was illegal, but I didn't know why I was doing it. Thanks, statue, LeBron James probably run along. And, you know, when you're a community college on the weekends, what you do, you go get your friends who are away at college, right? So I had somebody my best friend was up at Stanford and some people have seen and had some good friends down San Diego state. So there's one Friday now I'm gonna go down to the weekend to San Diego state. So I go to the grocery store to cash a check, so I have some money for the weekend. An interesting thing happened. The day I'm there to catch a check the day before, the lottery started in California, not lotto but lottery. And so I'm cashing the check. I buy a lottery ticket and I won the lottery. The most you can win at the time is 1985, it's $5000. So you know he put yourself in my place. You're 20 years old. It's a Friday night. You just won $5000 and 85 money before the Biden inflation. And you end up like ten minutes from Tijuana, right? So I come back, I take my folks to dinner and I get my brother and sister each a hundred bucks and I take the majority rest of money and one thing you know about me I like to take risk. I put the majority rest in to one stock. And I did pretty well. I made 30% of my money in 6 weeks. And at the end of the next semester, I decided to take a break from school. I went out to try to buy a franchise, but no one would sell me one, but that didn't deter me. Another thing you learned is I never give up. So I opened up a deli. And there's three lessons I learned in all of my small businesses. You're the first to work, your last to leave in your last to be paid. And we were pretty successful. So at the end of almost two years, I now have enough money. I could pay my whole way through college and I wouldn't have to work. And as long as I went to Cal state, and nobody in my family at that moment had finished a four year degree so I sell my business, I'm going to college and I opened the newspaper and it said be a summer intern in Washington D.C. with my local congressman. Now I do not know this man, but I thought he'd be lucky to have me so I applied. And you know what he did? He turned me down. But you know at the end of the story is, I'm now elected to the seat. I could not get an internship for. Only in America

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"haggard" Discussed on With Friends Like These

With Friends Like These

01:35 min | 7 months ago

"haggard" Discussed on With Friends Like These

"Think not something. I i felt and then i think there's probably other things that after he if i what shaken because too close to it still the i'll go. Oh gosh that's interesting. Not i was saying matt. We were saying that. Why would we say you know what i mean. I think that will probably happen. Do you think you're a kinder person coming out of the other end of two seasons. No oh maybe yeah. Maybe it combined having kind of my kids and sunday night. Things my things to me in my head shifting and of my My paso priorities shifting. You know maybe. But i i definitely made it definitely filled may have definitely made me feel like. Oh i want this show to be humid. I want people to fill fill know because it's tough subject. It's not such things wanting to feel like. I did feel at the end but thank you so much for coming on the show. Thank keep a happy day. A big thanks to daisy haggard for talking to me and putting a face on a story of redemption again. The show is back to life on showtime and the season finale for season two. Is airing on monday october. Eighteenth andy gardner bernstein is our producer. Patrick antonetti audio editor. And please take care of yourself..

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"haggard" Discussed on With Friends Like These

With Friends Like These

03:31 min | 7 months ago

"haggard" Discussed on With Friends Like These

"All taught developed it to now talk facet phrases together and it just thought it's kind of takeoff but it took years and these things take so long you know at one point where we had a brother and then she didn't have say i was gonna ask about what what kind of significant changes happened along the way she had a brother than i realized that the relationship private trying to writes the brother was this really pally relationship and it was like everyone kept jenny saying she wouldn't have thought if she'd been imprisoned trae team so that so we we had to get rid of the brother which is sad but then it was right because that's the the that was a crucial thing because he was one of the big parts really but then it was funny and then all the focus is on the seventy child's Much better for the show. Are you an only child no. I'm one of six. Oh wow wow. I'm from like a show biz family right well. My dad's directa is funny. It feels like such an show biz family because my divest my family when you've got such a big family and if there's any one of you it doesn't feel like this to know what you mean. Yeah i'm sure. I'm not a mathematics family. My dad's a mathematician so mathematics family. My dad's my mom's like ozzy. Australian paint likes sankt also and autism and then everyone else two completely different things so well the one thing though about having a family member in any profession. Let's say actually have been close to a profession. It's maybe a little outside most people's experience. Like i know more about math and like university life than most people probably like and you were exposed to acting in the arts and scripts. Now tighten away the most people art accidentally and my in my question is did. You always wanna do that. Yeah i wanted to write and also you know. I did all my joys in the baku scripts. That's what i drew on the united states. we ought to house. my parents were like. Don't watch television. Just make come basically. so the. here's the paper. His depends see So i would do all with the script so as always reading these pages of script. So i grew up with that and i loved writings to his write short stories and poems and do terrible place for my family make much them and jim routine so i think yeah i wanted to perform and i wanted to write but i never go into any school. Plays when i okay. Can you tell me anything about these. Plays that you performed. As a child was so bad they would just. I would just fully improvised planning. I said this the other day so But but i did this. I did play one day. 'cause my dad did a film could the mystery we no. That's my my dad. Did a film with my dad isn't film quote the blood on satan's claw and it was a bit of a through fab colts kind of camera film and we had to claw in the dressing out. We now big polishing up secondhand plays an ice do plays with the clo- and one of them was cool with the mystery of the scratched babe and it was just maybe going out. There's a scratch my and it went on and on and on and then one day my dad stood up. Biff is rubbish. It's not going anywhere you haven't got.

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"haggard" Discussed on With Friends Like These

With Friends Like These

01:57 min | 7 months ago

"haggard" Discussed on With Friends Like These

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Endurance: Surviving Antarctica

Against The Odds

02:12 min | 10 months ago

Endurance: Surviving Antarctica

"January night. Nineteen o nine. Ernest shackleton groans as he trudges through the hard packed snow now. A bitter headwind cuts through his jacket freezing his breath among his hands. The temperature is minus nineteen degrees pulled by any standards but with the wind chill. It's closer to minus fifty shackleton's feet and ears are covered with blisters and the black char frostbite. He's weakened by hunger and head splitting altitude sickness. He and his crew have trekked over seven hundred miles south across the vast expanse of antarctic snow their goal is to reach beyond engine the known world and be the first humans to ever reach the south pole. An expedition the public had been calling the nimrod after the name of his ship. Their journey has taken almost two and half months still before them an endless white plateau of snow and ice. The poll is out there somewhere. Shackleton has been on this continent once before six years ago. It was his first antarctic expedition under the leadership of captain robert. Scott scott was brooding and temperamental. he ruled by bullying. An absolute authority. Shackleton was the opposite. he was optimistic. Open and warm as conditions grew more difficult on that eight month journey tension was deck when frost by and low rash slowed them to a crawl. Scott yelled keep going you bloody fools but they turn back from the poll. Nearly five hundred miles out by the time shackleton got back to the ship. He was coughing up blood now. He has another shot this time. His leading a four man through and he isn't going to make scott's mistakes. The last month has been slow going. He looks at his men's haggard faces for weeks now. They've had little to eat

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"haggard" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

The Managing Partners Podcast

05:12 min | 10 months ago

"haggard" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

"There's usually a lot of advertisers going on her ticker kind of marketing or advertising in a not not like network based but a way of getting the message out to people that you don't bump into people that you don't know particular kind of marketing or advertising strategy that's worked especially well for you. Yeah we we a weekly email blast and and it's it's amazing. How many people. Then send me responses congrats on a particular case or what's granted. You guys are doing this and everything like that in my attitude always is. You always want to stay in front of your potential because it's impossible for as long as i practice. We have six lawyers. I can't have launched with every single report ever had every month and there's no way to do it so you want to be in front of them you know through your email blasts through your social media in any other way you can so that when they had that case that their struggle with sitting at the end of their desk and they think it will just turn into you know money at some point on that they're like you know i remember. Mike does that. I should get him involved. Hordley call them. Calm about an expert. Calm about you know. How do i drive this complaint. And then obviously i'll talk to folks and i'm not really shy about saying you. Do you wanna get us involved. Because because it's worked you know what they always rollers. You'll make more money. Working with in these specialties. Because i know all the accenture would they know our results and dobb and it's better for the coin so you know i it. Somebody may say no. And that's fine But but i think you just got to have this conversation but you gotta be in front of him to do. It is tough to do in person all the time. I just don't have the time. Yeah true And it seems like the referrals that are paid out can can sometimes be substantial. There's a awa- firm locally where. I live here in virginia beach virginia area and they put it actually put an ad in the virginia worse. Weekly that i saw that was touting how much they paid on referral 'this over the last year i was pretty significant amount. I forget the actual amount that it was in the tens of millions for sure. Yeah i mean you know we. We've done some things like that when we were we were we did stuff. All around the state were like. Wow we could show referral fees. We paid in each area or and even we branch out in the country because we we enter these cases all over the country. And and the and. I think that's important people. You know there's always joke. There's lots of people who are the would i would love to do. Is the person who gets a case of sentence. Someone sits there one day. Hey there's a call coming you make three hundred thousand dollars eight thousand dollars. But while i didn't. I didn't know what i was gonna do this month. Nominate some fun. So i always. I always tell people what to do that. Or do you want to be stressing about this trial. That trial this expert up everything like that. So that's something. I talked to folks battlezone it. It certainly could be a good source of passive income right absolutely all right. Here's a question from shannon who actually works for us here to ray digital. How do you ensure people are getting your emails in their inbox. Yes we use a constant contact..

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"haggard" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

The Managing Partners Podcast

05:58 min | 10 months ago

"haggard" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

"Not that you just slip the bell or not that it was a motor vehicle accident but someone intentionally put a gun to your head In either killed someone or catastrophically injured one. And how do you deal with that. We have to be very trauma based in our practice. Yeah really interesting did. Do you find that by the time someone comes to you. They've already made some common. Mistakes may be with how they interact with. The insurance companies are some information. They've disclosed they shouldn't disclose the wrong way. Yeah all depends a in the cases brought to you. It could be done in that fashion or a referral where it could have had the case for a year and finally decided they weren't up to end in that case. What did they do in handling that case for the year because they didn't specialize in this type of practice. So there's all kinds of things that happen that you've got that review the file really. We hold ourselves as an expert in these two fields. 'cause we've done we've seen every situation. It's kinda crazy what you see when you do this long enough and it usually. I hate to say it. But it's it's kinda the referral order holding onto. It not realizing it answering interrogatory is wrong or letting the client without preparing the right for this type of case. So you're like what. It calls super niche right. Because you've niche in personal injury which which is probably not uncommon right. but you've also nist in particular kinds of personal injury cases Have you found that that. While i mean i would imagine you've found that that is beneficial to your business but can you maybe explain for other managing partners. That are gonna wash this like with at a difficult decision for you. Did it did a workout overnight. Like the idea of really niching in on these cases it not great question. Because i always say a niche is great but it also has its drawbacks. The drawbacks are simone ave a huge trucking case and with quadriplegia. No so. I didn't know you did that..

"haggard" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

The Managing Partners Podcast

04:58 min | 10 months ago

"haggard" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast

"That is incredible to for children and pull accidents and a third one hundred million dollars verdict was awarded by jury in a negligent security case deemed the largest of its kind for the genre of case law now without further ado michael. Welcome to the managing partners. Podcast thank you so much eric. Thanks for having me this morning. Absolutely thanks for joining us. So you know we were talking a little bit beforehand and One of the things that caught my attention from your bio was the the pool accidents. I have a pool my backyard but business partner kevin daisy. He has a pool. And and i've. I've known that that they're definitely dangerous to have them but Maybe give us a little bit of background into You know exactly how dangerous they are. Or some of the cases that you've tried with go accidents. I think it's pertinent. Since the style very hot in the united states no doubt you know. They're always say to people who are wonderful wonderful. I live in south. Florida spent a lot of time in the florida keys. So you don't ever want to discourage people from using the water but bulls are very dangerous and The first foremost thing is securing the barriers and entryways to a pool. Whether you're an apartment complex on home cases where little kids have gotten away for your minute or two and parents are looking in the bedroom looking in different rooms really doing their on. Just looking in the wrong place in child gets in the water in. It's really a silent drowning. People think there's lots splashing screaming. That's not the case so securing your pool or wherever you live making. Sure that their gates self closing itself. Latin gates or pool alarms on your entry as to who is very important of awesome handled. Terrible sucks traveling cases where kids even adults have been stuck to the drains pools or hot tubs. How fortunate which are terrible and fortunately with past federal legislation to really help that out and then the last ten years only the one in the united states which incredible but always make sure that. If you're around a pool that the drain cover is secured. You see a drain not security. You gotta get away when that or whoever manages the pool. Now you're either. I know from working on my pool. Pump. that is a very powerful pump. Ah last interesting so clearly. Personal injury other other practice areas. You cover yeah. Tell us a little bit about your firm when you were established. How many layers things like that. Sure absolutely no has started out as the public defenders office and we have six lawyers now. Five of our lawyers were either state attorneys repeatedly so we always a huge value on trial at spirits. And we've been around. I've been pressing twenty five years. My dad actually founded the byrd. He's retired since of a were strictly points personal injury firm. We don't do anything else. We have niches as as you've explained would negligent security cases where obviously there's crimes against persons in any type of commercial premises and we evaluate whether there is proper security or not. We've also had this niche in drown. We probably handle more drownings than anyone across. The country have been involved in organizations to try to prevent drawn. We do all types of personal case all types of trucking cases you know other catastrophic injury cases but those are two niches that we kinda almost bound ourselves in and then they continue to be involved. I have a question about a different kind of niche. When it comes to personal injury would be pertinent now with covid. Is it becoming a personal injury..

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Ken Burns on America, Selling His First Film and More

61 Minutes

02:04 min | 11 months ago

Ken Burns on America, Selling His First Film and More

"This Independence day, we turned to a man who tells the story of America in her glory and struggle for unity. Ken Burns. Documentaries range from the Civil War to baseball, country music, and this year's Ernest Hemingway. As we first told you last fall, Burns calls himself an emotional archaeologist. He excavates lost love letters, forgotten photos and overlooked heroes. Research so deep viewers can feel like strangers discovering America For the first time, his films ask what it means to be American. So we asked What does it mean to be Ken Burns? Have had the privilege of spending my entire life making films about the U. S. Capital U Capital s, But I've also had the privilege of making films about us. The two letter lower case plural pronoun that has a kind of intimacy and warmth to it in the country Music film Merle Haggard says. Country music is about those things we believe in but can't see like dreams and songs and souls. It's telling us that there is in front of us are kind of Rational world in which one in one always equals two, but that the thing that compels us forward as human beings is that we look for one and one Equalling three. We find that in our faith, we find that in our art we find that in our love of each other, and I think one of the things I discovered working on country music is that When I understood this dynamic between the US and us lowercase uppercase that I realized there's only us know them. The choice was easy because us the Americans struggle to forge union from diversity has been Ken Burns obsession since he was 11 years old at the end of this lane in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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"haggard" Discussed on Ballistic Radio

Ballistic Radio

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"haggard" Discussed on Ballistic Radio

"I've i've i've been lucky enough to to get to know you at least a little bit and i don't wanna claim he's sort of like deep friendship or anything like that. I know but our our conversations are conversations regardless of time. We've known each other at the time we've spent talking gone well outside of you know Ec q train teaching gun. Whatever i mean we've had some very Humanizing conversations you know at this point that are interesting and to your point about people are the interesting in this. I don't know. I'm going to be really curious. I'm really first of all. I'm going to be curious about what you're going to call these two episodes you know haggard title and then I'm curious what i'm curious. What the I'm curious to what people are gonna think because it's probably not what they back and I'm curious if people are curious about these nuances in the industry. The the the heartbeat of the industry. And what makes people tick to in the industry. I think probably these two episodes that we've done like you said kind of humanize and it's a. It's a peek behind the curtain. And after i'm curious if that's going to be interesting to pick wanna it's interesting to me on some talk about stuff other than what i do every weekend you know and it's interesting to talk about you know It's it's also interesting to to just. I mean the refreshing honest about things that maybe like you said aren't heart. whoa complimentary. The the mistakes made. I think that was the that was. The premise of the show was What could you have done different where you born were did you. Did you come into this. Fully formed as people view. You through the apparatus that we advertise an and and the the surface layer of how people think unless. Well i think my the thing that i have observed especially lately you know within the last couple of years but even right now is that you know the industry as a whole The tactical training commute. Whatever you wanna call it right is flawed. I mean it's flawed got you know were experiencing new growth. We've got new people coming into this. And.

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The Case Of The Murdered Jewess

Judaism Unbound

06:15 min | 1 year ago

The Case Of The Murdered Jewess

"We now lay before the reader. A full account of a shocking murder that of miss sarah alexander the beautiful polish jewess. Who was foully murdered in an east new york cornfield. The crime was one of the most shocking that has ever occurred in the metropolis or its vicinity. Cousin of the dead girl to whom she was very much attached was arrested and the discovered fact of her near maternity coupled with the expected arrival of the prisoner's wife from germany furnished. The only clue there was to the horrible deed. Eddie thank you so much for joining me today. Thanks for having their happy to be here. So we're talking about some murder. Pamphlets there were four that were published about the case of pesach. Rubinstein were featuring two of them. These pamphlets were type of pulp literature. They've been around for a long time and were especially popular in the nineteenth century. Tell us more about them. These were mostly eight to sixteen page pamphlets that were often illustrated and described typically in lurid detail well-known murders that took place in the united states. Obviously the time. There's no radio. Tv internet print media is the only thing available and some of them are. I guess you could say enhanced. Sometimes the writers make things up both were pale with lips compressed and is haggard and as they halted and looked at each other their hearts appeared to be like open books every feeling every emotion could be read. She had a knife with which her own life blood was to be. Shed thrust into her bosom and drawing it fourth. She held it toward her companion. He trembled violently. His knees smote together and he was altogether like a man intoxicated. It's obvious these pamphlets were not written by people who knew about jewish beliefs and practices. They contain some false information. They show a lack of knowledge of how jews live and worship. What's an example of this. One of them shows him preying on his hands and knees with his hands clasped before him. So this is obviously how a christian praise and not at all. How a jew praise our artist has graphically sketched him while at prayer and from the illustration a better idea can be gained than any description can give. Now that we've heard about the pamphlets can you give us a detailed overview of the story contained within the particular ones were exploring in eighteen. Seventy five a body was found in a field in east new york. East new yorkers in brooklyn and at the time and eighteen seventy five. It was a far. Now it's not on december fourteen. He found the body of a woman in a cornfield on the ground behind a stack of corn. These stacks were at the lower end of the field near the fence. The farthest off from the plank road. There was a shawl lying by the side of the body. The corpse was about two feet from the base of the corn stack. The body lay on the back and was all cut about the neck win. This went and informed. Mr wessel who in company two other men went and viewed it farmhand had her and he went to the police and told them they came investigated. Took the body away to the morgue. They know who was there had been no reports of anyone missing in brooklyn and so they chose to do so. This person must from manhattan. The police were puzzled. No report had been received of any late disappearance from the neighborhood. Nevertheless the region was scoured. All during tuesday afternoon and evening. The police station was thronged and officers. Say that not less than two thousand persons saw the body no one could identify it and the conclusion was arrived at that. She was a stranger in the village. So what they did was. They put an advertisement in a newspaper which was actually very common at the time claiming that a body had been found and they wrote a description of it now at the same time a woman who worked for a particular family on the lower side had gone missing. Her name was. Sarah alexander at her brother went to the rubinstein family where she worked and he said you know. Have you seen sarah. She didn't come home from work yesterday and they said no she was here until such a time and then she left. We haven't seen her since so her brother. Put an ad in the newspaper looking for missing person and describing her the new york sun december fourteenth eighteen. Seventy five a girl missing since the afternoon of the twelfth age. Seventeen years stout middle height face dark dressed in a light colored dress with the black over skirt striped shawl small gold earrings with red stones. Any information will be received by. J p alexander number thirty essex street coincidentally. The two advertisements appeared on the same page in the same paper and they describe the same person. The father of the rubinstein family happened to get that paper. He saw the advertisements and he went to the police station. Ad said that girl is sarah alexander of number thirty essex street. She was a good religious girl. She did not stay away from home and if she was murdered away out there. Some ruffians must have dragged her away so the police came to the home and began to interview everyone to find out where she had last been seen and while they were entering everyone. One of the sons came in. His name was pace off rubinstein on monday. The sun with great perturbation of manner told them that he had had a dream the previous night. He dreamed that. Sarah alexander was lying murdered alongside of corn stalks ten miles outside of the city. She was murdered by an italian and the knife was close beside her. She wants me to bury her. He said

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"haggard" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"haggard" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Feel better Today with a Reagan all P 73 have a blue Dr Bob Martin's show, Katie a. Our News 92 3 FM. I feel so it'll be. It'll be all right. Welcome back to the program. Dr Bob Marching with you Stick around because next hour we have got some very interesting stuff planned for you to talk about. Did you know that used masks wearing a used mask can be worse than no mascot? All I'll explain. And is it okay to stop Copan 19 precautions if you get the vaccine We'll get into that and much more. Back to our special guest. Nutritional research scientists and scholar Rob March in his with US talking about a way to defy age, especially people who are challenged by That haggard Kind of aging look that people develop with bags. And puffiness under and around the eyes and people who are prematurely aging. These start to see more fine lines. This bunny lines, the furrows in the forehead, the crinkles in the wrinkles they don't want or need. He's here discussing with us how we can help to counter those things with something safe and something natural. Before we took the break, Rob, I said, I'm gonna come back and ask you why it is that This particular formula the Jen, you sell the ingredients? What makes it so special? What makes it work so well? Okay, number one. You have the plant stem cells, which really activate the existing stem cells that are geriatric, becoming geriatric in your skin, So that's very, very powerful. But then we have another ingredient called Ice Arrow. Now, Isil has this tremendous capacity. To drain the water fluid out from under your eyes in the bags. Nothing else does this. It's so effective in the study 95%. Of the volunteers for the study showed significant improvement. This is a tremendous, tremendous breakthrough in Cosmos. Ooh, tickle science, So combined those two combined. Plus, we also added a set real secret ingredient called caffee. And you've all heard about taps me. Well, Guess what? When you put caffeine on your skin, it had really works with the ice a real to accelerate the draining of the fluids. This is not a makeup. This is not a quick fix Fast Last run our and disappears. This is about actually changing the course of the appearance of your eyes. Wow! And for those people are just tuning in. Tell them how you're going to rein in some gifts for those people who choose to order the Gen. Yourself for the bags and probably this under the eyes what they're going to get in response to that, as the listeners of the show today. Okay. You order the genius l You will now get our deep penetrating zoh, teak zoh teak, deep penetrating goes against the vitamin C and other ingredients deep deep through the layers of the skin. It's very, very powerful, Tremendous impact. And he ago you get that free. You're going to get the, uh, immediate genius l a media effects. Was a companion to Jen yourself. Fantastic. You get the crystals. That's our home microdermabrasion treatment and you're getting the exfoliating mineral mask. Also free. That's four free gifts. When you order, Jen, you sell. Before..

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Sleep Retreat

The Daily Meditation Podcast

06:10 min | 1 year ago

Sleep Retreat

"This. Is Episode Two, thousand, Eighty, four of the daily Meditation podcast I'm Mary Mickley and I welcome you to the next to last episode of our series were exploring this week we're exploring an important theme. This is the theme of you sleeping while you've been exploring all week long a sleep formula. We've broken down the word formula which has seven letters and each day we've. Taken a letter and applied it to? A strategy for you to sleep better. So we started off with F., and we are now today at the letter l. And Represents laughter. All Week Long, you've gone through some tense. Emotional release. As you've explored a different meditation technique. To, help you. Manage your stress. And your emotions so you could sleep better. This is often the missing piece. For different recommendations to sleep better if you google. How to sleep better? You'll come across all these different lifestyle habits which are really powerful and can help you. By regardless of. How well. You set up your room to sleep better. How well you eat that day. The kind of movement you give yourself. All these things can help you. By. The key component to sleeping well, as long as you don't have. Anything medical going on. Is often how you manage Uri motions during the day. When you're stressed and tense throughout the day it really doesn't matter how comfortable your bad is at night. You're not likely to be able to sleep while. So, throughout this week you explored. How to release emotional stress and one of the best ways to do that. Is with a laughter. I always say that. It's good to have a meditation ritual that's a little rough around the edges and what I mean by that is don't be intimidated by your own meditation ritual try not to make it so precious that you can't live up to it. So if you find yourself meditating and a messy room noisy location. You're haggard and you're just. Really filling. Flustered Just know that that is often a perfect time to meditate. It's when your emotions are high high on stressed out distracted over wound emotions. And so when you sit down and allow your mind and body to calm down. If you said for. A few minutes that's great. You're still receiving benefits. You're going to want to sit longer and longer the more consistently use set for even a minute or two on a regular basis. You don't have to sit with your legs crossed on the floor on a meditation cushion with a candlelight and soft music every time you meditate. Meditate on the go doesn't have to be so. Perfect. I remember when my children were young and it was really difficult for me to find. The time or the space. To Meditate. So what I often did, as I, meditate as I waited for them at their different events. When I would sit in the car line that was really slow, and I would have to arrive to their school about half an hour early just to get a good place in the car line. I would meditate. I also would meditate when I would drop them off at their soccer practices. I would just maybe spend ten minutes or so in the car meditating, and then I would get out and watch their practice and it's not like I. got a really deep meditation but I definitely calmed my mind and body. and. The more you do this. The more you train your brain to be able to calm yourself. When you feel frazzled. And this will help you sleep better at night. Now for today. Your laughter. I recommend that you. Take some time today. I'm recording this Friday might be a different Danish listen to this. Do something that makes you laugh. Call, someone on the phone who makes you smile or? Watch a funny movie or read a funny book or listen to a funny podcast. Smile and release tension as you laugh. Laughter is good medicine. And when you do this on a regular basis, especially if you build it into your day. You're going to find that you start looking forward to these times of release. Where you're laughing.

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Engaging in Your Child's Play without Interrupting

Janet Lansbury Podcast

05:17 min | 1 year ago

Engaging in Your Child's Play without Interrupting

"Is now twenty one months old and I have a question about self directed play as often as possible I. Try to make time to just be with her in her playroom and let her direct play I. Sit with her and I'm ready to respond if she engages with me. Sometimes, she asked me to help her with something that I know she can do and I typically say something like. Oh, I would like to help by watching you do it. I believe she often just wants to make sure. I'm paying attention and engaged which I try to be lately. She's taken to directing my husband and or I in play. For example she will say mommy played with train. She doesn't appear to want to play with the train herself instead. She wants us to play and she will watch or mommy cut food when she wants me to cut the pretend food. We have in her play kitchen. I struggle with how to respond to this on one hand I. Want Her to be in charge of play and what she requests. However, it also seems that by doing this. She isn't actually playing, but just watching her directing us and sometimes what she wants us to do like sit in her small playhouse ends up not being comfortable for us because we're sitting in a tiny house. She smiles because we're sitting in a tiny house, not made for grownups. How would you handle these scenarios to encourage her to director play, but also let her know we are present and engaged. Thanks again for all of your wonderful advice. It has been life changing for me. Okay so as I said, I love the subject and I'm going to zoom right to the end and answer her question. How would you handle these scenarios to encourage her to director play, but also let her know we are present engaged so this is sort of a simple answer, and that's why I wanted to get to it first to kind of frame the other things I'm GonNa. Talk, about Leading our child, no that were present and engaged requires one thing that we are present and engaged. So we don't have to prove this to children, we just have to be really present. Which of course is an easy for any of us? But that's why Magda Gerber recommended. We practice this mindful exercise of taken an imaginary basket putting all your concerns your phone. Ideas of haggard child's play should look all of your adult thoughts about this. Put those away. Put those aside and just be there with your child. For however long you can or wish to. And, then, when you're not going to be paying attention, let your child now I'm going to be reading this book while you play or. I'm going to be going to the kitchen or whatever it is so that clarity of I'm with you or I'm not with you mentally, or maybe I'm part with you I'm reading a book by your their being clear with ourselves and clear with our child. And interestingly I'm so glad all these studies are proving this now. Even an infant, even a newborn consents, our emotions consents, if we are comfortable and consensus, they have our attention, so we don't need to make a big show out of this. We just have to be genuinely attentive. And then the beginning of that sentence she says. How would you handle these scenarios to encourage her to direct her play? So. Our child's ability to direct play is actually something else that we can trust. Every child is born with the ability to create an initiate their play. But they do need a couple of things from us for their self directed play to flourish. They need opportunities, and they need us to not distract them or otherwise. Get in away which we made do with the best of intentions. So opportunities mean that while babies need a lot of holding. If we are constantly holding are carrying our baby. They don't have opportunities to be initiators to have a moment of agency in deciding where they wanna look what they WANNA do. They are passengers to what we're doing, and I'm not saying. This is a terrible thing, but it gets in the way with self directed play if that is taking a majority of the day. Sometimes we'll see an infant quote playing on a diaper, changing table or in the bathtub or during some other activity. Even when they're feeding, our breastfeeding will see them. Maybe look over at something and seemed to be engaging in it. And right there. We can show our attention. We can say. Seem to be looking at something over there. I wonder what you're seeing. Is it that shadow? Are you hearing that bird outside? Giving space for our child to take in our words, which, of course, they don't understand completely as an infant, but they begin to because we're putting words to things that they are choosing, and they are experiencing

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Can I trim a yucca plant hard in the Spring?

Your Gardening Questions

02:15 min | 2 years ago

Can I trim a yucca plant hard in the Spring?

"Successful growers for generations. Yucca plant and it's about Eight eighteen years old. And it's Kinda looking packing the the outerly. Kinda PERSON. Cut that down and choose backup. Well that probably yes reason. I laugh at this point. Some people have planted Yucca and long before he years they WANNA get rid of it. And can't that means that you can probably practically murder the plant and have it come on along? If you're going to cut it down hard real hard number one if you can save some of the inner and greenest youngest looking leaves. This would be good if you can't do that. Then get it done soon so that it has a recovery period route wise and then can put up From the crown of the plants that you can put up new leaves I'm GonNa say that sometimes when you want to get rid of them. You can't other times when you want to keep them. You can't get good transplant. But I would think that you could go into it. Pretty heavy yet What part of the State are you in Pat? We're around the Canton Canton area. I think because of being several days later in weather time Temperatures and so. I think you could go ahead and do that and be pretty comfortable that it will come on a long now. It may sit looking pretty haggard or or just plain topless if you have to cut that hard For quite a while but do not despair because it could be well into may maybe even early June before it starts to recover but the odds are pretty good. You can get it done. Sooner is indeed better okay and now as I told. Sandy it is also a matter that if you well if you want to cater to the plant at this point in its present condition Again very

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"haggard" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"haggard" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Who won that year Merle Haggard Tammy wine adds also on this date twenty years old okay mais use gold colored bases during the club's home opener the rules committee subsequently banned that innovation also on this date in nineteen seventy Apollo thirteen on this date in nineteen seventy announces okay Houston we've had a problem here as beach built oxygen tank explodes on the way to the moon that was on this date fifty years ago today with Apollo thirteen a couple of other items of note on this date in history on this date in nineteen seventy eight the New York Yankees defeat the white Sox for two and it was on a Reggie candy bar day remember the Reggie Jackson candy bar and finally found the state in nineteen seventy nine something we've all wanted to know on this date in nineteen seventy nine the longest ping pong game in history ends in a doubles match doubles match after one hundred and one hours I usually lose interest in about a hundred and one seconds but some I digress anyway it is seven thirty eight let's turn our attention to the here and now and talking to our friends have been brown event thank you for joining me how are you warning okay so over the weekend and and through all of last week a lot of people staying inside having to celebrate the religious services online some people able to move about a little bit more than others but the bottom line is the number still continuing to rise generally speaking regarding the coronavirus well they certainly do it depending on the account that you that you're watching you know we see these numbers they they they continue to rise to certain degrees for instance let's take a look at some of our official box counting we've got one point eight almost one point nine million cases worldwide worldwide deaths now coaching a hundred and fifteen thousand in the United States you know we we have closed we have now really well more than a half a million cases and in excess of twenty two thousand deaths New York state alone continues to be the most affected with New York City being even the more so most affected New York state hundred ninety thousand cases ninety eight hundred deaths of that New York City has a hundred and four thousand kids are they most of it is in New York City it's not really affecting so much of the upstate anymore you know when they would come in upstate New York anyone from the city means anything north of the city but the Hudson Valley considers itself downstate New York upstate New York would be like Syracuse and and buffalo and places like that but but still that the the state and the entirely is is ninety eight hundred that sixty eight hundred in in the in the city alone otherwise in some of the other parts of the country New Jersey Massachusetts continue to be the worst Florida still has a significant number about twenty thousand confirmed cases four hundred sixty deaths and in some parts of the country still are widely unaffected Wyoming for instance two hundred and seventy confirmed cases nobody has died and you know when you live in a very rural area like Wyoming for instance most most of the state is rural you know it's pretty easy to keep socially distant I guess but we're very happy obviously for for Wyoming right now lives social distancing is gonna be the norm I guess up there I noticed I guess over the weekend that president trump had re tweeted something with the hash tag fire found G. I don't know if you saw this I thought that I was wrong about it and fire found she is twinned is trending now I I don't know if that means that something that will ultimately happened but look we we just you know I I don't know because of the White House in a White House reporter I will say this that having reported on many health scares that involved infectious disease running through this country whether it was H. one N. one swine flu whether it was Ebola whether it was the cat we the doctor felt she has always been at the forefront of this he is perhaps one of the world's most respected immunologists and infectious disease experts he has been in his position of running the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases for close to forty years so you know he he's that he he's been there for the for a while yeah and and to be fair the context of it was he was retweeting and I guess re budding whatever someone named Deanna Lorraine was saying in transit sorry fake news it's all on tape on band China long before speedball spoke up so it's not as if he was agreeing necessarily with them but but that that I guess that retweet carries the trend.

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"haggard" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"haggard" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"She's Haggard well he's just saying that looking for really you just see right out loud is that right right out of his mouth her new memoir will be titled she will arise she some power you guys she's such a role model for young girls she will ride was actually I'm sure the guys around her well except for rob who thinks a little Haggard he's been around the block a little bit really he's not gonna rise now if you're interested in in her story about rising okay she plans to recount the struggles and scandal pushed her to resign from Congress late last year now that's for sure a pusher right over the US she was right over the edge I mean to do that with the fact that she was like watching somebody here in her writing completely unprofessional was pushed you guys are you guys let's elevate her right away she was in office for less than ten a month yeah yeah and the guy pension when you get because I feel like we probably gave her a pension or disqualifier really isn't it I mean this is this is the U. S. government I don't know I don't think she's going to she's ready to make it to twelve months in order to get that pension chunky yogurt is the guy running for her it's chunk yogurt thank you girl it's chunky overnight chunky workshop workshop that's right we're talking he's dating all products confused that's right you have to be at least age sixty two and have completed five years of service five whole years to get a pen wow that's it caller me shocked man all my work is five years used to work five engine do you get it what if you only work five years you're eligible for a pension at age fifty if you if you have completed twenty years of service okay just say you only do five what amount of money do you actually get all of it know how much you get oh yes here's what it says Laurentian value can be up to eighty percent of the member final salary such suckers you guys currently crystal pay is a hundred and seventy fourth eighty percent but that's not for five years there's no way you get eighty percent pay for the rest of your life after you serve five years I refuse to believe that there's no way that that's true no Hey let's get eighty percent anyway like if it's your if you work the twenty years I can the way that our founding fathers set this up is not for this that's not how they set it up I can at least make it make sense that if you're in like at your teacher your fire fire please you're in a public servant role yeah that way you're twenty years you get some pension not for Congress I know exactly not a Congress person yeah but think about this a retired federal judge gets his or her full salary for life just serving for what like just real judge but once you're done I mean you can do as much as you want and you're out you can literally be a federal judge for a year and get full salary the rest when I don't believe this I just had this conversation in the day with someone when you take senior status you get your your pension forever that is in yeah because we are soccer my god that is cool we are very happy and we wonder why we're broke this is why we're broke can you please double extra super check on that because I can't like I can't make that work in my head still having a break shop like a fetal position when you think the rules about your own salary and your own benefits in your own pension of course you're going to say I want it I want it all what did you do that I would be like hell yeah pension for the rest of my life after work in like one year I would do the exact same thing because you know why I would be able to heck yeah I do it I can't I can't I can't process how off yeah you know why you can't process it because you work in the private sector that's why you can't that's why you can't because you have to have to work for your retirement that's why and if I sound bitter I am.

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"haggard" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"haggard" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"We also heard ray Brad said and that just a little about a little bit out of order from what I wanted that was partly about followed right because ray was the vocalist who played with the help of a crackerjack musicians one reason why I want to play him and Merle Haggard is because they they both made outstanding tribute albums to Bob wills and in their own way they did a lot to revive interest in this movie not only the music of Bob wills but in the interest in the musical form western swing array press had a great album first a first was an LP then became a CD is called San Antonio rose and he just spoke ham Barton Bob wills western musicians like himself but he just made a lot of folks out there and and notice Bob wills you wouldn't listen to him otherwise had not how ray brass city no placed his imprint is is a it is in the valley of validity to the music so we're gonna read again but it was her song from that groundbreaking album they will hear Merle Haggard who is even more important and reinvigorating this music and making them the name Bob wills known everywhere the first years ready for us to know Bob wills western swing tune called whose heart are you break it now that too yes your day are you he.

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"haggard" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"haggard" Discussed on KOMO

"Year old David Haggard appeared before a king county judge David grant hater yes it is you've been charged with one count of murder in the second degree figured pleaded not guilty he was arrested after a GPS from a stolen car Haggard was alleged to be driving at the time his sister disappeared show that the car drove near where those remains were found over the course of investigating detectives discover that Hagrid and his sister live together and had a history of violent fights Romero como news we now know the extent of the injuries suffered by a motorcycle rider involved in an accident with the car this morning in Mountlake terrace it really jammed up the drive early this morning it happened along highway one oh four near the I five interchange just after five AM state patrol says the motorcyclist suffered a partially amputated leg and had to be rushed to harbor view the eastbound lanes of the highway were blocked for most of the morning for the investigation forcing drivers to enter southbound I. five whether or not they wanted to investigators haven't said yet who may have been at fault for causing the collision the writer of a bicycle was killed by a hit and run driver last night in Covington it happened on southeast wax road at a hundred and eighty third place southeast police say the rider was hit and knocked off the bike which was found over a half mile away from the crash scene no word on a description of the vehicle that hit the writer a three year old boy is still in critical condition at Harborview Medical Center after he was hit by a car in his Woodville neighborhood king county sheriff's office says it happened yesterday afternoon after the boy fell off the bike in the coldest sack on northeast two hundred second court near north east two hundred and fifth we're told the driver stayed on the scene there was no sign of impairment Seattle's elected leaders proposed pouring millions more dollars into existing programs to fight homelessness couples core when Hank has the details.

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Tuning Up: Gibson Guitars Sings Sweeter Song

Business Wars Daily

05:23 min | 2 years ago

Tuning Up: Gibson Guitars Sings Sweeter Song

"AH from wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily happy Friday France. Maybe one of the things things you look forward to on the weekend is going to hear some music or perhaps playing some of your own today to celebrate our three hundred episode of business wars daily. We're going to take take a look at two icons of the Guitar Business Gibson Guitar and fender recently our sister show business wars to deep dive into their decades long rivalry and today we're going to catch you up on where the two are now. Gibson guitars been on a rocky road to say the least the company was founded in nineteen o two and named after Kalamazoo Michigan Inventor Orville Gibson over the decades it became known for its high quality instruments particularly guitars played by Les Paul Elvis Presley Jimmy Page and bb be king among many others less Paul of course had a guitar named after him but in recent decades Gibson Star began fading in the nineteen eighties instrument sales slowed as kids chose synthesizers and video games over guitar strings over time that trend continued by the early two thousands more and more musicians composing and making music digitally under CEO Henry Jessica Gibson attempted a risky strategy to try to reduce Gibson's reliance on selling mainstream mainstream guitars. He wanted Gibson to become what he called a music lifestyle company with that as its New Strategy Jessica wits lead Gibson into buying buying an assortment of consumer electronics businesses making head bones turntables in speakers but what about guitars will according to the Nashville Tennessee and between twenty ten in two thousand fifteen the company's sales grew from three hundred million dollars to over two billion dollars but the business model was hollow just go lewitt's had also tried to reinvent his electric guitar business pioneering several attention-getting innovation some of which like a rocket shaped guitar and electronic robot tuning. Learning machines were mostly rejected by guitar purists. Many Gibson loyalists complained that quality dropped prices rose in by two thousand fifteen profit margin's dropped to a meager four percent meanwhile Gibson's most famous rival thunder was doing quite well founded by a Radio Repairman in an instrument lover named Leo Fender Back in Nineteen forty-six vendor is famous for its stratocaster and telecaster guitars. The company also invented an electric bass. Call the P. Base the precision bass which became a foundation for rock and roll like Gibson fenders instruments appeared in the hands of world famous artists from country to our beat Iraq in the nineteen eighties eighties and nineties fender custom crafted guitars for Jimmy Page Eric Clapton Jeff Beck Merle Haggard Stevie Ray Vaughan and the list goes on while Jessica Woodson his team were pursuing doing an aggressive strategy that took the company away from its core business fender to was expanding but in an arguably healthier less flashy fashion the company added Digital Products Guitar Students along with upgraded amplifiers and other basics by early twenty eighteen gibson was in debt to the tune one of half a billion dollars and filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy protection some wondered whether this would be Gibson Swansong or if the one hundred sixteen year old company could be saved last October Gibson name new leadership and the company emerged from bankruptcy now. It's getting back to basics. No more rockets shaped guitars electronic robot tuners crazy futuristic takes on its mainstay. Les Paul Guitar Today. Gibson offers two basic lines of its classic classic guitars modern and traditional many players feel like qualities returning and that the guitars while still expensive or no longer wildly overpriced and under engineered appeared. The company is slowly getting. It's Mojo back. Fender is at the top of its game but keeping an eye on Kitson. Hey Vendor knows its biggest. Competitor isn't down for the count to make sure it would compete with Gibson. Fender has sharpened up its budget minded imports made in Mexico and China. Those instruments were designed to undercut Gibson price in rival. I Will Gibson's affordable brand episode on at the same time fenders producing high quality more expensive guitars right here in the United States of America. It's not easy for icon at companies to maintain their relevance for more than a century but with help from their fans that's just what both Gibson and fender have managed to do at least at least for now for more on the twists and turns of one of America's great musical rivalries check out our series Gibson guitars versus fender our sister show mm-hmm business works from wondering this business wars daily at this week's episodes were written edited and produced by Elaine Appleton edited and produced by Emma Cortlandt are executive producers Marshal Louis created by for Non Lopez or whatever I'm David Brown and we'll see you next week.

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North Carolina's Outer Banks prepare for a potential direct hit from Hurricane Dorian

This Morning With Gordon Deal

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

North Carolina's Outer Banks prepare for a potential direct hit from Hurricane Dorian

"Gordon after triggering tornadoes in South Carolina hurricane Dorian is closing in for a possible direct hit today on north Carolina's Outer Banks a string of low lying islands even as it weakens to a category one storm North Carolina governor right Cooper your areas feeling the impacts of Dorian stay home and safe don't drive through standing or moving water if the rotors covered with water turn around. don't risk your life or the lives of first responders in the Bahamas some of the Haggard residents who lost homes to the ravages of the hurricane are waiting at a small airport hoping to catch planes out of the disaster zone as an international humanitarian effort to help the Caribbean country gains momentum the death toll has risen to at

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Aid effort picks up momentum as some Bahamians seek way out

Arizona's Morning News

00:15 sec | 2 years ago

Aid effort picks up momentum as some Bahamians seek way out

"In the Bahamas some of the Haggard residents who lost homes to the ravages of the hurricane are waiting at a small airport hoping to catch planes out of the disaster zone as an international humanitarian effort to help the Caribbean country gains momentum the death toll has risen to at

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Residents of North Carolina's Outer Banks brace for Dorian

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Residents of North Carolina's Outer Banks brace for Dorian

"Gordon after triggering tornadoes in South Carolina hurricane Dorian is closing in for a possible direct hit today on north Carolina's Outer Banks a string of low lying islands even as it weakens to a category one storm North Carolina governor right Cooper your area is feeling the impacts of Dorian stay home and safe don't drive through standing or moving water if the rotors covered with water turn around. don't risk your life or the lives of first responders in the Bahamas some of the Haggard residents who lost homes to the ravages of the hurricane are waiting at a small airport hoping to catch planes out of the disaster zone as an international humanitarian effort to help the Caribbean country gains momentum the death toll has risen to at

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Do White Holes Exist?

Curiosity Daily

03:01 min | 3 years ago

Do White Holes Exist?

"Stein made some rock solid predictions from the existence of black holes to the way, massive collisions could cause gravitational waves. One of his predictions that hasn't come true, yet is the theoretical opposite to black holes white holes. And while we haven't proven the. Exist. Yet. Some scientists think they could explain some of the universe's most unexplainable characteristics. So let's talk white holes. You already know that black holes form when a massive star dies and its core. Shrinks, until it's so dense that nothing can escape its gravity inside at that point of no return. The star continues to collapse into an infinitely dense point known as a singularity. The singularity is one of the places black holes, get messy, at least, mathematically, speaking in nineteen thirty five Albert Einstein and fellow physicists. Nathan Rosen fixed that math by extending the point into a path that leads to a second location. This path was called an Einstein Rosen bridge, but you probably know it as a wormhole a black hole is at one end of a wormhole, and that means that the other end is you guessed it, a white hole, while anything that enters a black hole can never escape anything that escapes, a white hole can never return at least. I theoretically. Well, we know that black holes exist, so far. White holes only exist in pages of physics papers. Some scientists say they're probably just imaginary. But there are still physicists to keep coming back to them in two thousand fourteen theorists how haggard and Carlo Ravelli used quantum theory to show that black holes could actually transform into white holes via something called loop quantum gravity that theory. Basically says that the fundamental building blocks of space time are shaped like tiny loops and since those loops have a finite size that means a dying star can't actually collapse into a point of infinite density, instead, right before it reaches Infinity a dying star would experience a quantum bounce that exerts an outward pressure and turns it into a white hole. If true this could be a solution to the black hole information paradox, which says that even though anything that falls into a black hole can ever escape black holes gradually emit radiation until they disappear. Completely that's a problem because information can't be destroyed a white hole would deliver that information safely out the other side anyway, the black to white transformation would happen in a few thousands of a second. But because time dilates in the presence of gravity that fraction of a second might seem more like billions of years to an outside observer that could be a reason we haven't seen a white hole yet. The universe is just too young and most black holes are just too big for now, although white holes sure would be a convenient way to explain a lot of the universe's biggest mysteries. There's a strong possibility that they're just not a thing, still some of Stein's wilder predictions turned out to be true. Maybe we just need to wait another few billion years to find out

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"haggard" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"haggard" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Leftovers. Folks after he was. Huge. Since -ation early fifties. You know, Merle haggard. It was a great fan of leftovers. Said that. Thank in lefty ruled every jukebox. That's the way it was in fifty one. Where left it in some called run them off. Rose Maddox saying from for many years, at least I think from time she was twelve years old with her. Brothers. Clubs hoagie tones other events in California. Then later had own career. We heard doing some she learned from hang snow, conscience, I'm guilty. And we heard Hank snow himself doing stolen moments. Sure. Hope you enjoyed today show. We'll try to come up with something. Interesting next week. Today's show bins show about cheating some from all kinds of angles. Going to hear Lloyd cowboy COPA Schratt now. Love for many years. Cal copious was advertisers being from Oklahoma, the Oklahoma cowboy, but he was actually from southern Illinois. Southern Ohio, excuse me, but longtime fixture the grand ole Opry. We'll hear him now called my baby's stepping out..

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"haggard" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"haggard" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Is a moral haggard song. That's was arranged by back all the southern grass, Danny paisley and the southern grass. He hasn't actually been here. Hasn't been on our show here. I don't think so. It's called somewhere between all right? Hey. Sometime. Chain. Somewhere. Hi. Someway. Somewhere. Somewhere..

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Farmers devastated by historic flooding in the Midwest

Here & Now

04:24 min | 3 years ago

Farmers devastated by historic flooding in the Midwest

"To the mid west now where historic flooding has come at the worst possible time for farmers, many of whom are dealing with severe crop damage and livestock losses. Joining us. Now is Bill -til. He's the president of the Nebraska state dairy association and Bill how much pain are farmers and ranchers feeling across the state today. This is pretty devastating we've been dealing with the flood to here for several days. Now, everybody kind of knows about the water. But I think the personal stories and the uh. The losses. We're going to start to hear a lot more about that as the days unfold in what have you heard your members told you about how they're trying to protect their their animals. Well, we have I've I've talked to male callers been in touch kind of with our State Department for the most part we've been successfully moving melt pretty well. It's more the infrastructure is pretty tough right now for from the male callers saying average, they're now driving about an extra hundred fifty miles just to pick up or Dr melt to the plants one way is that because the roads are out. Yeah. We're not as seriously impacted here in antelope county has a lot of the states. But even here we have just heard yesterday sixty five percent of our roads have damages but fifty six percents out of. Ninety three counties are drastically affected. Can you talk about the timing of this flood? I mean, it's calving season. This is a very important time. That's absolutely true. It's calving season for all our our ranchers out here in this country. And it's actually, you know, we're we're called the beef state, but they're dealing with a lot. They've dealt with the stress of low prices like all commodities last couple of years. So those that started having a little bit earlier they've been dealing with a blizzards and snow and ice. They're already looking pretty haggard from round the clock babysitting. Those mama cows talk to a few people here. Just in the last couple of days friend of mine. He Cavs about fifteen hundred thousand you know, everybody out here is pretty tries to be pretty self sufficient, and you don't hear a lot of complaining or. Bickering. But I know he told me personally he's already lost forty calves in the last couple of days, and it's not getting much easier. Bill if a rancher loses forty calves what does that mean for the operation? Well, although that's way, more than they would expect in that short period of time. But it's it's a huge. It's not like if a son come out today and things are going to suddenly be better known. Another rancher that this is I don't have firsthand knowledge of it. But they're contracted to rural water and last couple of days. They've got about five thousand had that they're trying to figure out how to get water to them where it's whether it's hauling them in or moving the Cadillac out. So it's real out here. It's. It's the impact is going to be huge. And there's no doubt that they'll be a number of people that will survive this in the state financially well by some estimates. The state's agriculture sector could face nearly a billion dollars in losses from these floods. It also comes at a very very difficult time for farmers who dealing with trade tariffs rising costs bankruptcies, what are the long term results of this disaster. You know, a lot of people are are going to have to make decisions. Even if you know, if the federal government will step in or some agency, usually that means the best you can hope for is takeout low interest loans, but what the financial pressure that people banned in. I think a lot of people just decide they've had enough.

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"haggard" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"haggard" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Buck Owens with his nineteen sixty three hit act naturally. He was one of the keys of the Bakersfield sound pioneered by musicians with roots in Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Texas, it's music Robert price has spent much of his career writing about he's a longtime columnist and the former executive editor at the Bakersfield Californian, he's also the author of the Bakersfield sound how a generation of displaced Oki's revolutionized American music. Hey there, Robert. So what is it that defines the Bakersfield sound what what makes that Bakersfield twang happen to me the Bakersfield sound is not so much a sound as it's a time of place. Just a unique period of time between about nineteen forty nine and nineteen seventy when Bakersfield was was the hot spot. It was the center of the country music universe. The sounded self. You know, you've got the two main practitioners of buck Owens, and Merle haggard. And their sounds are not really very much alike. But kind of has a rockabilly thing going on a little bit of maybe even or tenure thrown in there. Merle haggard had more of a western swing and jazz. Sensibility of one thing they all had in common. Besides locale was the the instrument of choice of vendor telecaster cut through the baseline cut through the drums and reverberated off the aluminum, siding and the room you're in. It was just it was a game changer and the songs were very much about working people. I mean about the hardscrabble life when you talk about moral haggard in your book, you call him a prodigy a potato Packer. Ditch digger cotton picker convict patriot and economy class. And he does sing a lot about folks who've who are working people like in working man blues. Bank. Bombing around. Entertrainer another town backward. Kids brand new shoes. Drank lynn. These were. Very much. So he's blue collar guys dab working railroad. He himself had a lot of fun. No, manual labor type jobs.

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"haggard" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"haggard" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Buck Owens with his nineteen sixty three hit act naturally. He was one of the kings of the Bakersfield sound pioneered by musicians with roots in Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Texas, it's music Robert price has spent much of his career writing about he's a longtime columnist and the former executive editor at the Bakersfield Californian, he's also the author of the Bakersfield sound how a generation of displaced Oki's revolutionized American music. Hey there, Robert. Hi tasha. So what is it that defines the Bakersfield sound what what makes that Bakersfield twang happen to me the Bakersfield sound is not so much as sound as it's time to place just a unique period of time between about nineteen forty nine and nineteen seventy when Bakersfield was was the hot spot was the center of the country music universe. The sounded self. You know, you've got the two main practitioners, buck Owens, and Merle haggard. And their sounds. Not really very much like, but kind of has a rockabilly thing going on a little bit of maybe even tenure thrown in there. Merle haggard had more of a western swing and jazz sensibility at the one thing they all had in common. Besides the locale was the instrument of choice. Fender telecaster cut through the baseline cut through the drums reverberated off, the aluminum siding, the room you're in. It was just it was a game changer and the songs were very much about working people. I mean about the hardscrabble life when you talk about moral haggard in your book, you call him a prodigy a potato Packer. Ditch digger cotton picker convict patriot and econo- class. And he does sing a lot about folks who've who are working people like in working man blues downtown. The. Bombing around. Town back again. Bam. A brand new shoes. Drank a little. These were. Here comes out working. Very much. So he's blue collar guys dad worked for the railroad. He himself had a lot of fun manual labor type jobs.

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"haggard" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

Sodajerker On Songwriting

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"haggard" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

"In my story seemed like not that cool to me, you know, like watching the movie again. He was like, you notice some writers that they told truth, and that's it. I'll say who. That's when he took me to country school. He showed me Merle haggard. He showed me Hank Hank junior. And when I say play me like he saying for me, I was blown away because it reminded me of the hip hop that I grew up listening to you know, the guys just tell them the truth. So I had heard that before a hip hop. But it was always guys like really sensational stories, you know, of like, drug dealing violence. You know? So I never thought like my story could be captivating until I heard these countries songs in these guys stories were factually, much more similar to mine like dealing with thing in dealing with falling out of fame these kind of things in so I left that studio. I had a flight to Russia on the plane. Participation of bees just pop my head. I wrote it down. And then when I landed as for figured the cords out to it. I'd had the chorus yet. I thought the pre chorus was the course in then getting ready to play a little tour in thought managed to be a part in this on the audience can join in on ESMA wrote the all Noah says songs part in their recorded after that sort of been playing it live for year two years before put it down. I took a pill. To show a Fiji was cool. Oh. Sober fell ten years older. But fuck it. It was something. I'm living. Les? He. Drive a sports car just. Ameri all big baller because a main million dollars in spend it on girls, June alone and be high. Never many Norman by me you ever womb stipple gauche during before. The bus this never know. You want to be stuck? Staging? Sad song..

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Nationals set team scoring record, top Mets by 21 runs

First Light

06:25 min | 4 years ago

Nationals set team scoring record, top Mets by 21 runs

"Birthday today to Colorado because this day in eighteen seventy, six Colorado became the thirty eighth state to join the United States of America just so. Merle haggard could have a place to sing about Thome about a century later Merle So I can Colorado August I nine hundred thirty six Adolf. Hitler presides over the Olympic Games as they opened in, Berlin One hundred and, ten thousand spectators at glam the arrival of the official procession headed by jammies number one host chancellor. Hitler pauses to accept a floral tributes amid the reverberating The. Ceremony upgrade which follows America standard powdery and review the head of uncle SAM's formidable team three hundred. Seventy nine strong man this day in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy one, the Sonny and Cher comedy hour debuts on CBS TB Ladies and gentlemen Sonny and Cher Sixteen. And a half past the hour now on first light, time to get ready for meteorologist dean devore's tearing himself away from his satellites and radar. And whether charts, just, for us good morning. Dean Michael good morning to you we had some very heavy showers and thunderstorms run, through Detroit yesterday or. Last night especially in northern Ohio we'd got more showers and thunderstorms in the. Offing today along the east coast so, anywhere from Detroit, over, to Harrisburg Just inland from New York City and Boston. I think this afternoon could see some strong to perhaps severe thunderstorms in. The southeast we're looking at temperatures warm and sticky more shower and thunderstorm, pop ups here Atlanta, Columbia South Carolina down into the Florida peninsula drier air working its, way into the western Gulf including parts of Texas in fact a place like San Antonio today you're going to be warm upper nineties but the do point the humidity is. Going, to be low down in the fifties so little relief from, the humidity and, least in those areas as drier air moves through places like. Saint Louis has a dean's list day today mid eighties, with, sunshine even cooler than that as you head into the northern plains temperatures sixties and. Seventies in the, Dakotas, and some showers thunderstorms. Could pop up today in parts of the upper planes in Minneapolis and parts of, Wisconsin to then heading. Out west today we're looking at some shower and thunderstorm activity over the mountains. Sizzling heat elsewhere interior parts of the A little, bit. Of a heat trimmed along the coastal areas in Washington and Oregon state and. Down, in California to Michael, have a great Wednesday already dean you have one two well the. Initial forensic analysis of more than fifty boxes handed over by North Korea last week. Appear to hold human remains from the Korean war and are likely American that, word, this, morning from the on air base in South Korea before the boxes began the flight to, Hawaii it's eighteen and. A half, past the hour on first light, sports time as we say, good morning, to Robert workman and, Robert the MLB trade deadline is coming past I guess Bryce. Harper still seems to be with the nationals and they celebrated last night. Didn't they they certainly set off the fireworks keeping him in Washington nationals, made mincemeat of the, Mets twenty five to four yeah you heard right they beat the, Mets oh they turn them into mincemeat the Mets scoring seven times in the first inning then three more in the second three in the third three in the fourth and three, in the fifth after New York got one back well that, made a man, Washington scored six times In the eighth inning off noted reliever Jose Reyes you may, be more familiar with him playing shortstop in the majors for the past sixteen years note to Jose stay in your lane gave up five hits, two walks in two hundred, plus, hit a batter Daniel. Murphy, went deep twice off real pitchers driving in six runs and that Bryce Harper. Not traded on deadline day had a couple of run-scoring doubles most runs they've scored in franchise history dating back to the Montreal days and the worst loss in Mets annals surpassing even that twenty. Six to seven loss to the Phillies back in one thousand nine hundred. Five elsewhere yesterday the Braves blasted the Marlins eleven to, six rays beam past the angels tend. To six Rockies top the cardinals six three Yankees dolled up, the Orioles six three Masahiro, Tanaka went? Six innings for the win his. Thirteenth consecutive start without a defeat Miguel Andrew are hit? A. Three run Homer? Indians. Tackled the twin. Six to as bounce. The, Blue Jays six to Astros thank the Mariners five to Houston's lead back up. To four in the AL west pirates. Pass the cubs, five. Four the brewers blank the dodgers one nothing Wade Miley and the Montana's with. A, two hitter Lorenzo Cain, doubled in the games Only run. Diamondbacks shut out the Rangers six exact godly struck out ten godly and, TJ MacFarlane. Combined on a four hitter AJ Pollock, homered the upshot of all that Arizona's now. On top. In the NFL, west the dodgers and Rockies are half game back there tied for the second wildcard behind the. Brewers Milwaukee is in a virtual. Tie with the cubs for first place in the central and we still got two months to get royals whip the. White Sox. Four to two giant says the Padres three two in ten innings Phillies flip the Red Sox. Three to one Jake Arrieta struck out seven and seven for the win and the Tigers ship the reds two to one non waiver trade deadline pass yesterday afternoon lots of activity adding players for the playoff run the dodgers got second, baseman Brian dosier from. The twins and, reliever John expert from the Blue Jays Milwaukee sent three players to Baltimore for their second. Baseman, Jonathan scope pirates got right hinder. Chris Archer from the race for two prospects and a player to be named Cleveland picked up centerfield early owners Martine from the Tigers and Arizona editor relievers Brad Ziegler for Miami and Jake, diekmann, from, Texas big sellers, Tampa Bay not. Only traded Archer they also said they're all star catcher Wilson Ramos to the Phillies they Also added Toronto lefty Aaron Loup. Orioles set right hander Kevin Gosper into the brave for four players and a chunk, of international bonus money and the cardinals and outfielder. Tommy fan to the raise Oscar Marcado to Cleveland for prospects there, was medical news to. Red Sox ace Chris sale. Goes on the. Disabled list with left shoulder inflammation he's left handed so that's important and New York Yankee, left-handers j. becomes the second, New York, pitcher in a, week to be. Diagnosed with hand foot and mouth. Disease met starter Noah Syndergaard, came down with a case of Coxsackie ten days ago baseball doesn't really like to call it Coxsackie I don't know why I, just like. Saying. Coxsackie he's. To come off the disabled list today the Yanks are hope that hap- will just missed one start so I guess they're hatful as well as hopeful that's thank, you Robert we're coming, up on twenty two after the hour straight ahead on first light will. The fed raise.

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Prince Estate, Sony Ink Distribution Deal for 35 Previously Released Albums

Lori and Julia

03:14 min | 4 years ago

Prince Estate, Sony Ink Distribution Deal for 35 Previously Released Albums

"Nine didn't sounds like some of his other things i gotta be honest and what's the name of this one sampled from the merle haggard song when you get to the chorus from the merle haggard mama try right okay the color video he looks hot yeah he does that's title straight out of princess thing is this news going to be the same thing that happened with the other albums that sony announced and then the family will come out against it prince estate signs deal with sony music to re release thirty five cadillac albums and donny i'm asking both of you because every time prince comes out about these new albums then the family says that they're going to no it's not and this one the princess state entertainment adviser says we're looking forward to working with the heirs and sony and giving fans what they've been waiting for more great music from prince wow i mean have they settled that they're the air's they know any guy i don't know i mean this lays out so that goes on starting in twenty twenty one is the paragraph i've been starting with if you read down it's all of his albums that they're gonna from nineteen ninety five in two thousand and ten and then also they've already have the early ones nineteen seventy nine to nineteen ninety two but the last time we get the prince music news the family said oh no you don't i'm very confused should have on john breen all right and he can lawyer so yeah exactly going on i mean i really they it feels like we get something every other day about something new with prince and then the family like four or five days later going back to cardinal we decided nope not gonna happen i don't think the family can stop this has the right so can put it out well and the fans would buy share the money with the family and by the way jury you the next time you see very gab call him night fever with a k i know he got traded earlier in the week i know saberi to his stay what day is it is it only boy i feel like i saw that news over the weekend though the queen has had a very busy royal ascott then she had the young leader she met beckham she got a costed by susan sarandon in a white dress who approached her and now she's knighted berry gab the original moose knuckle god love it will white high waisted polyester pants oh.

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EU papers over differences after 'frank' migration talks

Travel with Stephanie

01:09 min | 4 years ago

EU papers over differences after 'frank' migration talks

"The underserved is dedicated to improving that inequity this is dr charleston reporting from washington spanish prime minister pedro sanchez says he mergency talks european leaders held on migration didn't yield any decisions but that the participants agreed they need to work together on the politically fraught issue sanchez told reporters that sunday's meeting involving the heads of at least sixteen eu countries were frank and open but we don't have any concrete consequences or conclusions more on these stories at townhall dot com oklahoma may become the latest state to legalize marijuana bob agnew reports it's a sign of the times back in nineteen sixty nine country singer merle haggard made one thing perfectly clear about life in oklahoma we don't smoke marijuana in game two that could be about to change with more traditionally conservative republican voters warming up to the notion of medical marijuana voters weigh in on tuesday on a referendum sobhraj to governor mary fallon admits it would essentially okay the use of recreational pot.

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