35 Burst results for "Half A Year"

Actor Kevin Sorbo Talks to Dinesh From Israel About His Movie Projects

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:23 min | 2 d ago

Actor Kevin Sorbo Talks to Dinesh From Israel About His Movie Projects

"Guys, I'm pleased to welcome to the podcast actor director producer Kevin sorbo. You know him for Hercules Andromeda, God's not dead, soul surfer, let there be light. And he's got a whole bunch of projects coming up, which we're gonna talk about Kevin, thanks for joining me. I really appreciate it. You are in Israel. Tell us what you're doing there. I was shooting a documentary, I actually came here about three and a half years ago, I shot a documentary with John Lennox, John Lennox is a retired math professor from Oxford, you know, we as an apologist, he's debated all the great atheists who are like singer and Dawkins and Hitchens and we shot here and it's called against the tie to highly recommend that one. But this time, I'm doing the same type of thing I'm on camera, but I'll be narrating this as well, but it deals with the quest and search for the ark of the covenant. And it's been amazing. I'm working with two gentlemen out here that once worked in an archeological dig right now, which they believe is the site of the Israelites before they lost the Philistines at the site of Shiloh. So they're in an archeological dig in Shiloh right now. And these guys are amazing. I'm really, I'm the audience. I'm the guy that doesn't know most of this stuff, but these guys, I just asked the questions and they just take off. And hopefully it's going to be coming out. Sometime around November. They want to rush and get this thing out there before

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Michele Bachmann Explains the Extreme Dangers to America's Sovereignty

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:11 min | Last week

Michele Bachmann Explains the Extreme Dangers to America's Sovereignty

"Now. The dean of the Robertson school of government for regent university and she is my guest. Michelle bachmann, welcome. Thank you so much and also a longtime friend to Eric my taxes. Honored to think so. I have to say, you have been in public life for a long time. You get in the weeds on this stuff. I just, I can't bear sometimes to look at it. What I have been hearing from you and others regarding this issue, it seems like a kind of madness. Somebody must be making it up. It can't be true. Tell us what is going on. Well, that is the biggest problem right now because people can't believe that this could be possible. But then just say to yourself, what have we lived through for the last two and a half years where Congress didn't vote on mask mandate. Congress did vote on lockdowns. Conference Congress didn't vote on suspending rent for rent control issues. They didn't vote mandate vaccines. None of those votes were taken. It was all under the auspices of emergency powers that the Biden administration, whether it was Rachel walensky at the Centers for Disease Control or Doctor Fauci or doctor burps. Pronouncements were made. It was just a press release or a press conference, and we were all told, oh, this is law. We were told that we had to comply as though it was law. When it wasn't long, it was emergency action. So what's happening? I set that up because what's happening is that level of rising authoritarianism and a denial of our civil liberties, the last two years in America by American health officials, that level of authoritarianism, decision making, under the Biden amendments, if they pass a Geneva Switzerland May 22nd to 28th, would transfer American sovereignty and the sovereignty all nations over the world over our healthcare decisions from our nation over to the director general of the World Health Organization. That's

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David Gergen Shares His Experiences in the Nixon Administration

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:46 min | Last week

David Gergen Shares His Experiences in the Nixon Administration

"David, I want to start because there's some people in the audience. I get new affiliates every month, and we get 400 and right now. I want them to know that you work for RN, you work for Gerald Ford, you work for Ronald Reagan, you work for Clinton. But you have different sort of styles and roles for each of them. Let's start with president Nixon. What'd you do in the Nixon White House? Nixon White House, I came in, I've been in the navy. I went to law school and I went in the navy for three and a half years. My last year, you know, I was assigned to come back to come to Washington to work on draft reform. That was the time when Nixon had launched a random lottery to determine what draft number you got and whether you're going to go to Vietnam or not. And we tried to clean that up, they ran a bogus in some ways, I ran the moderator first year out. I'll tell you, you have time for a little story. We got lots of time. We can go a long time today. Okay, super. Well, so the next one out of The White House orders a random lottery to determine who goes to Vietnam. The Lewis Hershey was then head of the draft. He was sort of the J. Edgar Hoover of the drafts. And so Hershey did something they did back in the Second World War, which was a very popular war. They got a bowl, they got capsules, and they put January 1 in the first capsule, put it in a bowl, and then January 2, all the days of January, then February, all the way up through the days of December the last ones into the boat. Got a spoon started up a little bit. Put it in the closet. And then on the day on the random monitor, they brought it to bowl, reached in for number one, you ought to Vietnam. And it was like November 15th. And then all of the early all of the early numbers and all of the early draws were from late in the year. So the whole thing was tilted.

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The Upside for a Conservative Attending Harvard University

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:11 min | 3 weeks ago

The Upside for a Conservative Attending Harvard University

"As you get toward your graduation, and you know all this, so I'm curious what your perspective on Harvard is, after all of this, maybe we'll have this sort of a trailer for one of the next one of the upcoming podcasts that we'll have. But I am genuinely curious. And I'm curious if you'd meet parents who said to you, yes, my kids, my daughter, my son, is in high school. And I'm just doing everything possible. To make sure they get the best grades and the best extracurricular activity I really would love them to go or you went Julie Harvard. And be very curious how you would react to them. Well, this is something that I've been thinking a lot about not only is I'm about to graduate in three weeks, but also because we talk a lot about Harvard on this podcast Dennis, and I've talked about it a lot on your radio show. And at times I've thought, am I being too hard on them? Because I do look back, I mean, I was just about to say I look back at my four years here. I look back at my two and a half years here. Of course, one and a half was the last due to COVID. And I have had in many ways a great experience here. First and foremost, I've met wonderful people, the friends I've made here will be my friends for life. I rave to you all the time about my roommate's Dennis. I have had wonderful classes, a highlight, was studying under Harvey Mansfield, who was a conservative professor here in the government department that's been wonderful. I have a really great dorm. So there have been many, many upsides. Oh, and by the way, I just went to Israel, which was a Harvard Hal funded experience, and you know how much that changed my life. So I am very aware of all of the benefits that I've gotten from going to this school. And I'm immensely grateful for them. And I will always be grateful to this university.

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Who Is Sgt. John Mattingly?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:34 min | 3 weeks ago

Who Is Sgt. John Mattingly?

"Show. John Mattingly, sergeant Matthew, welcome to America first. Mister gorkum, I'm excited to be here today. Call me Sebastian, please. All right, let's start with who you are. Let's talk about your record, how many years you've been in the police force who you served with in the various duty posts that you filled. Please just give us a little biographic summary if you would. Sure. So I served for 21 years all in the same department, Louisville metro police department. I started back in 2000. I did 5 years on late watch, which is a midnight to 8 a.m. shift. After that, I went to what's called a flex unit, and it's a small narcotic style unit within each division. And I did that for four, four and a half years. In 2009, I was promoted to sergeant, where I went back to late watch for about a year. My body was screaming at me at that point. You get too old. Let's do something else. I had ten years on the department at this time. So I went to our division detective unit and was able to do that for about a year and a half, but the whole going into work every day and suit and tie and doing a lot of paperwork just wasn't my style on the police department. I like the hands on staying busy type stuff. So then went back to what's called our viper unit in 2012. And that was a violent crime unit we started because our increase in homicides and robberies had gone through the roof and so we went after the worst of the worst and I did that until late 2015, early 2016. That's when I went to our major narcotics unit. I've been up there until 2020 and March 13th when this incident took place and the rest is history.

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Sheriff Bob Johnson: The Active Scene, Leading up to the Viral Comment

The Dan Bongino Show

01:21 min | Last month

Sheriff Bob Johnson: The Active Scene, Leading up to the Viral Comment

"So Sarah you're out there in the great blood red politically Panhandle We love it out there I spent some time out there myself What happened I didn't get I only heard that portion of the speech Did you guys find a body or was there a guy who was shot who came into the police station How did this whole thing start And did you expect this thing to go viral after you gave that speech Well you know and if you watch past press conferences with me I tend to talk a lot and I'll tell you I ran as a cop not a politician for this office And it kind of comes through in my press conferences but what happened basically was this guy he gets out of prison We sent him to prison for 6 and a half years for home invasion He gets out and then he breaks into four houses in a little community in the west side of our county named pace Florida And he breaks into four houses our guys are chasing him all around We've got a perimeter set up and we're closing the perimeter in And he's jumping fences and kicking in doors and finally one of the guys one of the deputy says shots fired And it wasn't us shooting It was a homeowner and so then he jumped another fence he did not get hit He jumps another fence and gets into another house and we corner him in a bedroom and when they kick the door to the bedroom he jumps out through the glass I mean just bust the glass out of the window dives into the backyard where one of my deputies was waiting and took him into

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Robert Morgan on the Hope We Can Draw From the Book of Revelation

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:08 min | Last month

Robert Morgan on the Hope We Can Draw From the Book of Revelation

"Folks, welcome back. I'm talking to Robert J Morgan Robert J Morgan dot com. The brand new book is the 50 final events in world history, the Bible's last words on earth's final days. So we were just saying Robert that, you know, on the one hand, this is chilling, but on the other hand, it's profoundly hopeful, so talk about that. Well, it's very good to know before and what's going to happen. And so when you open the book of revelation, you have that chapter one is introduction, chapter two and three, the messages to the 7 churches, chapter four and 5 is a celebration in heaven because evil is about to be dealt with. And then you have these 7 sills that are opened and catastrophic things happen on earth, not because God is not a good God, but because it is time for evil to be judged. The kind of evil that we see with Vladimir Putin. He's a little miniature portrait of a coming Antichrist. What he is doing in Ukraine is a miniature portrait of what's going to happen all over the world through these dictators that are evil and God's going to deal with that. And these 7 seals and then the 7 trumpet judgments deal with evil. And during all of that time, Israel is going to be thriving. But then when you come to revelation 11 and 12 and 13, you come to the middle of the tribulation when things shift and Daniel and Jesus and Paul I'll talk about when this powerful coming later goes to Jerusalem and places his image in the temple and the Jewish state will refuse to bow down to him. That will begin the last half of the tribulation. Now, three and a half years. That is talk about chilling the idea. I mean, first of all, we've been so blessed in our lives. None of us has had to deal with Hitler. I mean, there have been satanic leaders in the recent past. And millions have had to deal with that. And so when you see that level of evil, you long for heaven, you long for Jesus's

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Who is Dr. Stephen Turley?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:10 min | Last month

Who is Dr. Stephen Turley?

"He is doctor Steve turley, the author of numerous essential works. I'm just going to mention the return of Christendom also the new nationalism and the one that one of our team here says has the most beautiful color cover beauty matters. Steve turley welcome back to America first one on one. Doctor Sabbath is wonderful to be back with you. Thank you so much for having me. You are a busy man. It is hard to keep up with you the amount of content you put out there. For those who missed our last discussion, it just give us a little potted of who Steve is. What he studied and what you talk about most often. Yeah, thank you for that. I started a YouTube channel about 5 and a half years ago is actually November 1st, 2016. Of course, when an election was coming up right around that time. And I predicted that Donald Trump was going to win because I thought this was going to be a Brexit election based on the studies that I did at Durham university with where I got my PhD out across the pond there. I came across some studies called post secular study. This is back in 2009 or so 2010. And they basically were making the argument that the old globalist world order is more or less dead and a much more traditionalist national sovereignty based world order was rising. I didn't believe it at the time. I didn't have any evidence of that with Obama. They were using Russia as an example or India or some Middle Eastern nations and I just thought that was so far removed. But when I started seeing Brexit heat up, that's when I started to see, oh, so this is what they're talking about. And then when Donald Trump on the campaign trail started referring to himself as call me mister Brexit. I realized we've got something. There's some trends here that are very predictive and thank God they brought you and others like you into the sphere of The White House and I've been doing it ever since November 1st, 20 2016. And boy, we're almost about to hit 900,000 subs on YouTube if you can

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US experts wrestle with how to update COVID-19 vaccines

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | Last month

US experts wrestle with how to update COVID-19 vaccines

"U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. health health health health officials officials officials officials continue continue continue continue to to to to grapple grapple grapple grapple with with with with how how how how to to to to keep keep keep keep American American American American sufficiently sufficiently sufficiently sufficiently vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated against against against against the the the the still still still still evolving evolving evolving evolving corona corona corona corona virus virus virus virus the the the the food food food food and and and and drug drug drug drug administration's administration's administration's administration's been been been been meeting meeting meeting meeting to to to to try try try try to to to to set set set set guidelines guidelines guidelines guidelines for for for for how how how how often often often often to to to to revamp revamp revamp revamp vaccines vaccines vaccines vaccines and and and and call call call call for for for for booster booster booster booster updates updates updates updates last last last last week week week week the the the the FDA FDA FDA FDA authorized authorized authorized authorized a a a a fourth fourth fourth fourth dose dose dose dose of of of of vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine for for for for those those those those over over over over fifty fifty fifty fifty or or or or at at at at higher higher higher higher risk risk risk risk but but but but its its its its vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine chief chief chief chief says says says says they they they they can't can't can't can't simply simply simply simply keep keep keep keep boosting boosting boosting boosting people people people people as as as as frequently frequently frequently frequently as as as as they they they they are are are are and and and and the the the the goal goal goal goal is is is is to to to to stay stay stay stay ahead ahead ahead ahead of of of of future future future future variants variants variants variants and and and and outbreaks outbreaks outbreaks outbreaks preventing preventing preventing preventing hospitals hospitals hospitals hospitals from from from from becoming becoming becoming becoming overwhelmed overwhelmed overwhelmed overwhelmed a a a a disease disease disease disease modeling modeling modeling modeling expert expert expert expert is is is is predicting predicting predicting predicting a a a a new new new new strain strain strain strain like like like like Omicron Omicron Omicron Omicron could could could could emerge emerge emerge emerge anywhere anywhere anywhere anywhere from from from from every every every every one one one one and and and and a a a a half half half half years years years years to to to to once once once once in in in in a a a a decade decade decade decade researchers researchers researchers researchers say say say say they'll they'll they'll they'll need need need need new new new new tools tools tools tools to to to to quickly quickly quickly quickly determine determine determine determine if if if if current current current current vaccines vaccines vaccines vaccines will will will will work work work work against against against against emerging emerging emerging emerging variants variants variants variants I'm I'm I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn

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Tim Eaton and Eric Discuss the Tremendous Growth of NutraMedix

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:56 min | 2 months ago

Tim Eaton and Eric Discuss the Tremendous Growth of NutraMedix

"Is that people who are about mission, it doesn't mean you're not about profits because the whole point is to make profits to feed the mission because you care about doing this for your passion. But what I always find ironic is that people who are all in on mission get bigger profits. I mean, this has been now a long time. And the company has grown and grown and grown and you're giving away millions of dollars. I mean, where are you now with nutrimetics dot com and the 50% of the profits? What are these numbers look like? It's a supplement. What do you call the organism? I mean, the companies that it's a supplement and vitamin. Well, we were a neutrophil company. So we produce natural products, vitamins, minerals, herbal extracts, and we sell those to healthcare professionals and directly to consumers. Okay. So that's who we are. Dietary supplements. And so it's going on three decades here. And the company has grown tremendously. Yeah, I mean, I always like to say that God gets credit for all the good things. I'll take credit for all the mistakes. We founded the company and I guess it's 1993, and we finally founded new traumatic and began, and we've been able to God's allowed us to give about 16 million now to ministries and our goal is to surpass a 100 million by 2030. And the funny thing is 2030 sounds like 50 years in the future, and then I realized, no, no, no. It's 8 and a half years in the future. Well, we have some exciting projects lined up and some new initiatives and we believe that we can hit that goal. So first

Navalny sentenced to 9 years in prison by Russian court

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Navalny sentenced to 9 years in prison by Russian court

"Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny who's been convicted of fraud and contempt of court and sentenced to nine years in Russia in a maximum security prison as well as of the heavy sentence the judge ruled in the valley would have to pay a fine of about eleven thousand five hundred dollars the opposition leader can appeal that ruling already serving two and a half years in a penal colony east of Moscow the valley has been accused of embezzling money that he and his foundation raised over the years and consulting a judge during a previous trial Kremlin critics seat in the valleys trial as an attempt to keep president Vladimir Putin's most Alton foe in prison for as long as possible I'm Charles the last month

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Rick Reichmuth Talks About Donating From 'Folds of Honor' Umbrellas

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 2 months ago

Rick Reichmuth Talks About Donating From 'Folds of Honor' Umbrellas

"I want to be clear on this too because this isn't one of those things where you wrote a couple $100 check and you backed away Through sales of this umbrella this $5 patriotic umbrella you have it whether man and brother dot com you donated am I reading this right $300,000 to folds of honor Yeah so we donate so every year we come up with a new design a new patriotic version a design of an umbrella And we give $5 per umbrella to folds of honor And through that over the last three and a half years almost four years we have raised for them and given them over $300,000 So just little pieces all add up to something big and $300,000 folds of honor At the end of this career it'll probably be the thing that I'm most proud of And the cool thing Dan about folds of honor And you and I talked about this is it's generational It's another man efficient eats for a day Teach a man efficient efficiency He can eat for a lifetime A 100% It's giving a kid an education that kids kids and grandkids will benefit from that education And it's generational And that's the beauty of what folds of honor does and it's why I'm so happy that we can we can do something back for them We do really cool stuff Like we got a brand well known umbrella you said if you can buy them on weather man umbrella dot com we golf digest is called us the best Dolph umbrella for the last four years So we've got some great belief out there It's an editorial thing We didn't pay for that kind of award They just found us in like this And we make the writer cup umbrellas the president got umbrellas We were the men's and women's golf USA golf team from the Olympics last year We were there umbrellas so you know you've got Tiger holding our umbrellas and that all feels really cool So as a company we're doing tons of great things but the single thing that is the best for us is what we're able to do at folds of honor

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Producer Geoff Harbaugh Joins Us for a Chat

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:44 min | 2 months ago

Producer Geoff Harbaugh Joins Us for a Chat

"Now, in studio, traveled very great distances to get here. It's none other. Than my producer. The producer of the bestselling radio, it's mister G. Jeff, welcome. I know, this is interesting. I'm looking at something that I have not seen. I've sat 5 feet from here for three and a half years. I'm admiring everything that's behind you. You can behind me behind a glass screen, hiding behind a monitor because you don't like to be seen when you're working. Is this true? I'm usually working. That's why. Right, yeah. Yeah, you're busy. Exactly. Okay. And you're having a lot of fun, correct? Exactly. Good. All right, I'm gonna do what I always do with guests. Who are you? And how did you get here? We know that. 'cause you've got lots of cool stuff before you did this. Well, I worked for a really good person in news before this, but that wasn't the best. But you've been radia before, right? Yes. Tell us about all the radio. In my 20s, I did sports talk radio. I did it in Philadelphia for a while. I was one of the youngest people actually in the country then. We became an ESPN affiliate. I could see what was happening then, how it was going woke. So I got out of sports and I wanted to do news in politics. And why do you hate science fiction? What's to like about it? Oh, my gosh. Staggeringly. It can't happen. And that's why. It's make believe. Nursery rhymes, the bad too. That's what it is. It's nursery rhymes and cartoons for adults. That's what science fiction is. Exactly. And I'm 14 years old mentally. Okay, Jeff, are you having fun here? Yes, I am. What should we do differently with what? The show? You got millions of people listening, right? And you got me on the line. You can really nail me now. What would you like? Because we don't know any sports, right? Yeah, I know. But it's not a time. Does that make you sad? Sports are becoming less and less interested in sports.

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Debunking the Myth on Oil Leases

The Larry Elder Show

01:01 min | 2 months ago

Debunking the Myth on Oil Leases

"Now, we talked last week about the supposed thousands of unused oil leases that the companies are sitting on. And I've told you before that if these leases are not used, they revert back to the government because that's the law. Just because you have a lease doesn't mean that there's oil or natural gas on the least, and the least does not also mean that you have a permit. So the idea that they're sitting on thousands and thousands of oil leases is simply a lie. Here's what the American petroleum president said about this. Quote, if you look at the characterization of idle leases, normally they include in that leases where we're trying to get permits, or we're trying to get permission to develop the land, for example, there was a permit approved last week in Utah. This is a few years ago. We were waiting four and a half years for that approval. In the administration's previous analysis they would have concluded it was an idle lease.

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Who Is Rep. Chris Stewart of Utah?

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:01 min | 3 months ago

Who Is Rep. Chris Stewart of Utah?

"One of the things that I do, you know, that Chris, we talked about as well as I wanted to share because a lot of us see us in our public roles. And for you, I don't want to skip over the facts. You got a pretty great background story. And you know, not only being an air force, B one, I believe, setting records there. You're also an author. Give us a little bit of who Chris is. All right. Well, thanks, I mean, we all love talking about ourselves, right? I'll try to be brief. So Chris is a farm boy from Utah. I wear my father's air force wings as you may see here. He was a pilot in World War II. I come from a family of ten kids. Is that not crazy? I mean, let's just remarkable thing. And my dad, as I said, was an air force pilot, he had 5 cents. I'm sorry, 6th sense and 5 of us served in the military. So like you said, Doug and like you did as well, I served in the air force flu combat rescue helicopters and then the B one have three world speed records. This is kind of cool. Including the fastest nonstop flight around the world. So I got to do some just really fun things when I was in the military. And my wife and I still consider it some of the happiest times of our lives. And kind of like, you know, as we began, you miss the people. It's those friendships that you make. That's certainly true of our air force experience. And both of us feel like it was an honor to serve. Started writing books when I was in the air force. I've written, oh gosh, I don't know. 19 or 20 books in fact, Doug. I'll put in a little plug here. My last book just came out two weeks ago. It's called the final fight for freedom. It took me about three and a half years to write because I'm trying to write about the world and the world is just changing so fast. And I think your listeners appreciate that. I mean, things that we thought we'd never see, now we wonder, hey, maybe we'll see that by the weekend because again, the world just seems to be going crazy at a rapid rapid pace.

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CDC Lowers Baby Speech Milestones. Is This Because of Masking?

The Trish Regan Show

01:41 min | 3 months ago

CDC Lowers Baby Speech Milestones. Is This Because of Masking?

"Problem. The other thing that I want to tell you about in terms of the CDC and this is actually pretty remarkable. There's a change that's happened in terms of the protocol. They say, you know, look, there are mental milestones for kids that you need to look to as markers and one of them means having or used to be having 50 words, 50 words in your vocabulary by 6 months old that has now changed his change to two and a half years old, 30 months out as opposed to 24 months, you need 50 words. They're giving that extra 6 months. And I'd like to know why. I think we know why. I think we know what's really going on. Look, how is a child supposed to learn when everybody's always masked up? That child, every time they leave the house, is actually getting further and further behind because they're not seeing people's expressions. They're not watching them as they speak. How are you supposed to learn a language when you can't even see someone speak it? Think about the poor kids that are in day care. All day long and they've got teachers. They've got caregivers that are all messed up. But how are those kids? Supposed to catch up. To society. There are long term implications of what we have been through over the last two years, and it's being reflected now in these new sort of expectations for society. You have a generation. I'm telling you it's going to get lost. A generation that is so far behind. I think it's going to take more than 6 months for a lot of these little toddlers to catch up to where they should be because when you can't watch someone speak, there are repercussions. There are consequences to that.

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Justin Trudeau Favored Communist China Since 2013

Mark Levin

00:59 min | 3 months ago

Justin Trudeau Favored Communist China Since 2013

"We have a guy by the name of Justin Trudeau in 2013 8 and a half years ago He had nothing but admiration for the communist regime even under Xi there at the time in communist China Once you to listen to this hat tip rumble cut 11 go Which nations administration do most admire There's a level of admiration I actually have for China There basic dictatorship is allowing them to actually turn their economy around on a dime How do you like that See this is why I use the phrase American Marxism You can use Canadian Marxism Israeli Marxism whatever Fundamentally the so called progressives this is where they are Fundamentally when the rubber hits the road this is what they resort to folks This is who they are That's why they seek day in and day out to put Donald Trump in

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Ukraine president's ratings fall as crisis with Russia brews

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

Ukraine president's ratings fall as crisis with Russia brews

"He cleans president's ratings have fallen as the crisis with Russia has intensified as a political novice making an unlikely run to beat cranes president well the mayor of Lenski filed to reach out to Russian backed rebels in the east the assurances contributing to his landslide victory in twenty nineteen put off to two and a half years in office so in ski is watching his support dissolve as Ukraine stands on what many fear is the verge of a Russian invasion now Ukrainians seem to have little confidence since ski consensual the stability according to a January poll only thirty percent of the country's people won't so let's get to run for a second term and even fewer twenty three percent would vote for him I'm Charles de Ledesma

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"half year" Discussed on Lesbians Who Write Podcast

Lesbians Who Write Podcast

04:45 min | 11 months ago

"half year" Discussed on Lesbians Who Write Podcast

"An i thought it was going to be but in the long run. I think they'll appreciate it when i don't just polish pure shitty book. I think differently the people who were very much appreciate that. I gave you any any closing remarks. On u s. I six months tv. I'm quite pleased with this year. It's one of my better years. I've had on all fronts even though it dealt with some massive resistance with the jd story. I was able to shifting around. And i'm on track for a solid year. So i think my whole philosophy of the pressure on yourself because it makes you cry and just really be nice yourself is working. It's working. i don't wanna cry. I'm pleased that you don't want to cry at. Yeah and similarly. I think this year After everything that happened last year. I i took stock beginning of this year because i think the three before. I said that i was going to write full books. And i did that. She by phone books last year. I published three but i think my natural rhythm is three so This year. i just said. I'm going to publish three. And even with all the upheaval. I've had with the family drama going on in the background. I'm still gonna uncles t today. That and say i didn't make these lofty goals and that was even before i didn't realize that there's going to be a bit of drama in the background so On pretty pleased. I of got to be pleased with how this year's going with everything all things considered and also this year i celebrated seven years as an author so that was nice. That was last year two years ago for me. But i'm really bad at numbers showing so they i'm just shy a i think really what as saying here is just. Keep giving just keep plodding along. Just keep Putting books out and You never know won't lab last year. Thomas was you can't control that outside events you can only control of mind set so if things aren't going well like you had you had the family stuff you had to deal with. I had Some resistance in the south in but we kind of pivoted and make things work and we still took care of her mental health. Because that's the most important or menthol in your physical health as the most important parts of our writing careers which i don't think a lot of people take into account 'cause it is kind of focus on word count and it's you gotta stay mentally strong in physically strong end. I hope your knee feels better. Sin if i was laughing. He's hurt yourself with luggage at the very end. That proves that you can't control everything like you. You you bought all the shoes and all the garrity survived all the more dangerous stuff in in like in that happened. Is this kind of karnal again. Not karma because you didn't do anything it's just kind of weird shit united my career as a professional see case weena. I'm not gonna. I'm not going to compete in the olympics. In suitcase wheeling anytime sane The kobe was defeated. Me i will be in this case. Hurdling over cobblestones diller terrible. I remember A friend of ours from australia was visiting in was an older chap one time. We were like okay. So we're gonna do a pub crawl these. Can we just stay here. He's like my knees really hurt because all these fucking cobblestones like shrimp steak. But they get you they anywhere. They can't they boston's may scotland is great. But he's fucking copa stands right at site Dina how us years going far. Have you hit your goals exceeded them or less night. We'd love to drop drops comment on the website email as lesbians ride. Jim dot com face because twitter's at less. He writes an instagram me. And join us next week when we are going to be all summary. We can be have hawaiian gallons on. I will be talking about our favorite. Some reads can't wait what you know what it is sober at least here in the northern hemisphere all right see then meantime khaki writing.

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"half year" Discussed on Lesbians Who Write Podcast

Lesbians Who Write Podcast

07:52 min | 11 months ago

"half year" Discussed on Lesbians Who Write Podcast

"It's it's a big time commitment to do every week. The new release newsletter. So i've compared them down so not doing it every week. Every out of every month i take a week off on the months because this past month when you said you're going to scotland other case we two weeks off from the podcast. It'll be great. But i didn't realize that you timed it so perfectly not just for the scottish weather but i actually had scheduled the two weeks off in. Ihl and i forgot about it. It is cosmetically new. This is going to be the best thing this for. Tv's yes mental state. I was thinking to go on holiday. Not be can repair. And also i've been working with someone who has been helping me on the back end with iheart listrik so of releasing that workload in learning to trust the team as another change of in making on iheart listrik in on the networking networking with fellow authors networking with readers in everything like that is one of the things. I'm quite passionate about since i started. The whole i- heartless website is. That's that's a networking avenue brandon. I random is coal running iheart listrik now row working on reading event for twenty twenty two hoping to connect readers with a more genres in a more realistic such owners to read. They'll be like we haven't completely ironed out everything what we wanna do. But they'll be prizes in sales and stuff like that so but we need to get going on it because as you've so kindly mentioned l. after years gone so reverse going to be your soon so still never like i do still writing my newsletter in walk every so often when i remember how about you say i just can't my My goal say That was my ryan publishing goes done pub. Cosco's was to carry on doing this show. And we've done that so well done us say it's caroline day. My monthly book cost lesbian book club. Now this date fall off the radar a little bit because of the family issues that i had to tend to in the spring. I'm back on track with it now. So i i did a cost in may. I'm doing one in this month and beating july as well so Beckham chart with that I d still tend to keep doing that. Say that those goals take health and wellbeing. I did say this has to be top of my list. I have done the same. I've i've taken to yoga ring every day. The meditation has a little bit of the radar. But i make with that. Because i figured that yoga actually is meditation. I do half an hour and it's all about breathing so you know i'm i'm pretty i with that. My walking routine. The walking routine is still going. My hit has absolutely stopped because of injuries. So as you said we're both we're both women of a certain age. Injuries happen more. I'm not down of about it. I've kept on the walking. I'm doing yoga every day. So i haven't got back from walking from the holiday because the walking up and down glen and locks and all. That shit was fine. Tb but you know what bugaboo nia was wailing. My case of on the coble streets of inverness. My case got stuck. I twisted my my case. Went the other and my knee out. say my name is currently take top. I even do yoga at moment. Because i can't do a done with dole without screaming in pain so Going to the physio and just king but these are just obstacle. Sent to try us we carry on and i said i was gonna take regular breaks now a beginning of the year. I had these high hopes in having trips and it was. I knew it was going to be loaded up to the end of the these trips may so happen. They may not who knows. I didn't get away on my resume. My writing retreat in january. Which day because we were fully lockdown then but we did have that marvelous two weeks away in scotland. I'm still very committed to a regular break. So even if we're not allowed to travel on an airplane or we'll be going somewhere at regular breaks are essential especially when you're just working at home so i think That has been. I've also a mental health was a big issue for me. That was one of my big goals. I think i was more Forceful with the mental health front. When i was drafting my goals and i it lately. I've been in a much better place i've been taking more time off. I've been going for short trips here. And there i've seen friends not on zoom or skype or anything. I've been seen them like in real life. It's been nice to have fun. yes Tiptoeing timing backing to no more live right so yes it's it's it's something now we're like oh yeah i should do. I should make plans for this weekend because like for a while ago. Yes i'll just watch tv series or read a book or something like wait. I leave. i'll give you another couple Blogging i have been stephanus up bright up this year so i'm quite proud and pleased about that. I've been doing at least he looks a month so And it has definitely driven more traffic to my website. And i think a result without. I've so more books on my own web shop. So that's good and it's good that people against my website and seeing it because it's very pricey if you haven't been to my website look so you're doing two a month peter website so you easily have read the detailed on for my website. Because i just can't remember to do it. Jobs do yours as well. No lay's potato And the other thing i Have this year is hilarious. I've been shortlisted towards say i should. I should include that in my and a half year round ago goldie and amid list scout award from german translation. Before he's i. D say an that will come out in the wash july-to-september and i think actually i've had This is really weird. I've had my best abbas six months financially having just launched one book in a series book and one thing you said recently on a podcast the made me get. 'cause you said that you have to space out your lizzy books because they're in a series and say that it made you as much money if you wanna let you have to release lanes another thought by that is very clever strategy thinking damn it i've Yeah i've just released one series booking january one series book in july say. I'm not anticipating the second half of the year to be as lucrative financially as the first half it just goes to show the sometimes other things come into play apart from your initial you main releases since. Yeah absolutely in a. That's one of the reasons when i made the switch with miracle girl because they shove so much further down on my production schedule. Because i needed to get to some nell. Lizzy is coming out. Sooner than i thought. I need to get a standalone or two. In between so yeah. It's one of those things were the thing needed. Have to take into account. When you're creating. I don't know if you create each year before the start station. Dumb it right out of production schedule of what books i want. Wanna write in the editing dates and stuff so when i make one minor tweak it affects all of the series it affects all the books on production schedule so i had to spend a day two to move stuff around the make sure eric could still do everything but yes so obviously the. Jj fans are going to be a bit myth with me because it's going to be a bit longer than it..

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"half year" Discussed on Lesbians Who Write Podcast

Lesbians Who Write Podcast

07:16 min | 11 months ago

"half year" Discussed on Lesbians Who Write Podcast

"It was just one thing that was kneeling may say had this before. Put a book on the back burner in. Like i think there was one book guy with that two three years later it worked out well so yeah sometimes you just need space need space. But any is so mike. What is the second quarter. So this is a year mark. Are we half year or half year. This is the hof year check-in may first quarter is quite good. I published three books. It was kind of like boom. Boom boom The second quarter was a bit quieter on the publication front. I released the third box set of lizzie in book in paperback so that was kind of a slow quarter on the publication front compared to the first quarter but again we're going back to the whole bucket philosophy so i got out so fuck it l. I smashed it on the writing. Front i did have that little of blitz with the miracles book So that slowly down a bit. But i still got jail. Age off to the editor sets in the process of being editing on halfway through the coal right was miranda mcleod. And i'm halfway through lizzy book. So i think considering. I had about four or five weeks of severe writing resistance. I still think many good situation with that. I have one project with editor into more to the halfway point. So i'm gonna county this away. It's on audio front. I thought it was going to have a quiet audio year. Actually last year was quite heavy with audio. But this year turning out to be Quite heavy with audio as well or release the the love project audio a woman trout and the date is a currently well waiting for the gods to hit the publish button so three books in the second quarter. Not that pretty good pretty good or do you wanna do your righty stuff. Before i get to the business side of the writing life. Okay i have in a. I was just looking at what i said. There was going to to why she did say. I said i plan to write and publish three books. this year. Hotlanta knights came out in. I'm january synapse done and a big london. Dreams is coming out in july. Say two. I've done two and i'm still planning on releasing one more so i'm on course with that. I had planned to get glenda dreams at little bit earlier. But it's it's slipped by the months due to issue so you know but i have got it done and actually with you know so. It was family drama running in the background. That's pretty good books. I plan to publish four this year. Hartland nights and long weekend are out so done to toussaint for big london. Rooms will be being published. Definitely i also said. I was going to do christmas mistletoe. I'm still coming in oregon about going to be honest about. I will have a think about it. I've done one butler's unit in the weekend and i. She did pretty well. So i'm just being ari about doing christmas book because they've united very seasonal Of new christmas but didn't say but yeah I'm to keep thinking about it and as for translations a taste of lonzo such as is out in german before he said he was meant to be out in portuguese in jane. But it's been pushed july. Say yes i haven't the bad about. I did say that. I would write stories. I've just given up when she was always dateline them. I'm going to put my schedule anymore. You i think it makes a few weeks ago where you just decided not to do it when you said you were going to write a short story. I was like but we had this whole conversation on the podcast for you hate writing. Why does she eat yourself this year. You super tv plug declare. Sit down your shorts. Harry's i didn't think of this little mental blank. The spacey my brain it comes was his unlike yes. I'm going to do some short stories. And then every time i just forget i i write them. I'm not very good at writing. She'll say yes. That was my game at the january. Bucknell was the mistletoe title again on starting christmas and missile day persistent mistletoe and audio. Are you gonna slate another book into the audio or are you just going to only do three audio sit here. I will do one say Big london dreams will get an audio and the book. I'm going to publish later in the year. We'll get there as well so yeah there will be four still coming ou- yes i am. I'm fulling my pledge britain. Yeah with audio for christmas. It's of hit or miss. It depends i mean. That's just a story with christmas books in general but there's such short window in like i've found it's easier is i don't know sometimes it's kinda like you want to release your holiday book. Almost early november ish before everyone gets burned out on holidays. Yeah definitely. I released mine last year too late. I did it because always a bit like getting done. But who say i think the last time i did it was five years before that and I released it at the end of october. And i thought that was too early. Actually thinking back on. I think it was too early. I think actually releasing it. The last week of october is the best thing today. And then you go to full months at silence on it. I released in the las beginning november. And that was t- night. Yeah because like that feeling like the seasons are changing like they start getting cooler and like you start enjoying mold. Winds and hot chocolate and evening is very christmassy. But by the time you get to the end of november you're like oh my god. Christmas is almost here at the house. Cleaner gotta get all the gifts. Ravin this it's like a mad dash of endurance is like the iron man challenge so they see still learning still living and learning. of course. that'll be said. This is probably going to change the best or release. A christmas book is on december. Twenty four th cages anyway. What's you'll business goals. Three other categories. I have bloody newsletter in networking and so on the blogging front. I have to be honest. it's been rather hit or miss in one of the reasons is for in this on the blog imprint on my author website. Is i just keep forgetting least. Your wellness are just keep plugging for supposed to blog on my author roadside. Like i'll be like. Oh i haven't posted. A blog is probably been like a week or two check in like six weeks six weeks. Go by so Just keep creating some trying to get better is one of the things is always kind of on the back burner no matter what because It does drive. A lot of sales is mostly for like year. You're super fancy lake to know about your life and everything but yeah i just of getting old. I'm almost fifty getting old. So so that logging. Hit or miss. But i have logged so we're going to count it as a major win because this is the year of fucking all the newsletter front. I've been consistent on this front with my other newsletter. That's been fairly consistent and i made a slight tweak too i heart listrik newsletter which is a..

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"half year" Discussed on Lesbians Who Write Podcast

Lesbians Who Write Podcast

07:25 min | 11 months ago

"half year" Discussed on Lesbians Who Write Podcast

"Even a half that and they've they. They were having six desks per bird. Six chairs repair desk down at moment of go three. So they're double spacing the moment Because i was talking to her about that. Because i wouldn't wanna get. I'm not sure i'd be happy about doing a six down one side of desk not because of kobe just because it would be a bit tight. I think if. I'm doing it for a couple months then. Hopefully the membership is is a fairly new space. The membership is not up yet maybe a year movie but at the moment i think people are just feeling their way back in. We'll see how the goes is. It is not we worker you doing are you. But it isn't a hotels. Look at big hotel brand. And they've just got three floors of their he tells. Pacifica work But there is another option. But i'm not sure that's going to be happening time. That's a cheaper option and nearer to me so it will be better. But i'm going to go and try out next. We can and see. I think so that we gave us was being with me. Say comments coming onto what you got a couple of emails i. Joe havens fell. less author. joel has been enjoying the lesbians who write a episodes angelique. A joe feels my pain about not being able being able to right right now because not in the writing zone. Joe uses a trick to fool herself into a trainer right in different places every day like going to the backyard or in a hammock or throwing a beanbag on the roof of a shed. Stuff like that. So it's kinda like what you're gonna try. I mean i know you're not putting a beanbag on your roof ushered that would really doled annoy your heart but you know in the co working space so maybe that will help that. You ditch that one project though. He don't need really spur yourself a day on. I could just go to the library. That's what i've been in this week Just to just to change at my situations again to the library gained cafes this week so getting back into the old routine And i could just do that. But i didn't i. I think there's part of me that just wants to change up for a couple of months and just see how this is because it might be something if each of the. I do more because i could see that i can see that being. Yeah before cova. Half and i was considering Trying different cafes and everything around me to right now even bought it. But i bought like a traveller which is a little light week computer but it doesn't it doesn't have internet or anything so the goal was in it has like a screen. It sit outside and everything but the goal was to go to different places every day. Almost in you know broaden my horizons and covert happened in his travelers. Been sitting here. Like i haven't opened it yet because there's no point hasn't been traveling as the trump. No i think. I think joe's has a good point like even though i didn't change my work environment. I changed my work project. I switched things up that way. So you do have to play these little games with your head. If there's some type of resistance going to make it not want to dis- slam the door. Every time he tried to write a word so joe for coming in also we have come from a morita. Greatest says thanks for everything that we do for let's begin Lesbian authors enlisted leaders of rita finds a lot of inspiration encouragement from our weekly podcast. And a rea- says we set a beautiful example of persevering in pivoting and thinks so. Thank you very much for the lovely comet. Yes thank you very much. I love that persevering and pivoting. Yeah it and i had not just someone reached out to me on twitter because with our service we use so when the podcast goes out to the different platforms. It's cut off it hundred so that people who want to go past 'cause i think right now we're at this episode one eighteen so the nineteen episodes aren't gonna be on that platform because of space and everything but all of the episodes are still on our website So if he go to the homepage it has episode one so But if you go to the tab were says L w w episodes all episodes are there so each could still listen to episodes But unfortunately with all the storage and everything. We can't have every single episode on apple or what are the Piping and stuff like that so but they are all on the website. So you won't miss out you just have to do a little slugging to find apsos because you or go back really a lot of pages so i would just type in all that. Those are numbered. So if it decide. L w w one l w w to say if you're apple he can't get on new upsets no you. He gets a new episodes. But if you want to episode one you have to go to the website. Because i only saw one hundred of them. I think he can get the newest ones right. Get the newest ones right. But but getting oldest ones you have to go to the website right gotcha. And they once they gold absolutely gold. Every every is go. So let's get on to the topic of today. Which is you check in. have we done. Now tb. I know the i seem to cool. The you had a very vague goals at the start of the year. Say you'll have checking is gonna be fake. It's gonna be big. I had more solid solid criteria. But i've still been vague with my goals because last year. I pushed myself quite a bit and i was also ill but i was pushing myself quite a bit to get all my goals then because they had set very rigid goals on a decided this year book yes i ceiling splitting bucket annoyed town goals so a very fake goals like whatever accomplish was going to be a success in if i didn't accomplish anything it was not a failure was still a successful. This is really kind to myself. This year with goals i think he had itchy kualakai. She says is probably something in that right. Yeah if you take the pressure off yourself you kind of lock. Your brain event like stress does something to you. Psychologically and physically like stress can make you. Ill it can make you sad it. Can it gets it gets shut down your brain but when you kinda say all right we're just gonna do the best we can and whatever you do. You're you're still a fabulous person you do. become less. Stressed in things are easier. I knowing that issues with the miracle. But since i've put it way on the back burner like i've figured out some of the things that were actually wrong with it and i know how i want to address it now. I just need to figure out the certain steps to address that storyline so it does help a lot not be so rigid with your expectations of yourself. Yeah very true. And as i was just saying in the interest well With with this book. I've just put on the back burner for now because the something. There's something just not quite right with the plot. The of i just need need a little bit more time to figure out. Say i will get back to it because i really not the story and really the characters and a light where it was going but.

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"half year" Discussed on Lesbians Who Write Podcast

Lesbians Who Write Podcast

08:20 min | 11 months ago

"half year" Discussed on Lesbians Who Write Podcast

"Experienced writer. She does the same things we do. So i think we all look for backstories under characters. Because it's still hard to keep track of everything it is it is character bibles but how detailed can they be. Ano- say you have to to look them and men because one thing. I did him and my london series. You know. i've been london. Dreams is heading for the Heading for the launch line but my editor he was. I did the last one holland nights. The two lead characters in begun dreams were introduced in hotlanta. Tonight's and one of them had green is in hotlanta nights and the when she looks into her eyes in dreams. That blue is six years later. But she's like anything i call. The changes may be had canada's by color. Doesn't that now. You could pick up here. Another definitely changes because mine is more gray these days. I've decided just let it go gray On the audiobook front by just click approve on the date so that's in the final step before publication in ella lynch who narrated the set of did a fantastic job. Maybe by the time this episode goes out. The date will be life. Who knows time the mysteries of time travel. We don't know what's going to happen. We think science isn't it. Gosh i never know what's going to help it funders. I recently After i think i shared a last week about My is my kitchen ceiling disaster. Which was kind of stressful in annoying and lost power. And everything but can't really do much because it'll have internet or anything. So i would wait for a few days. I just picked up and left. I went through like a central mass area. And there's pacific name for this. But i can't remember a really bad about coming or going. I never know what stadium standing in. Never know anything. Also like in this part of massachusetts. Everything's like feel like greenfield deerfield. Hatfield like is an and they'll be like a random one was like florence so michael. That's not a field changed it as a field of hats apparently long. Yeah a field of dear you. It apparently green fields were very clever here with her. Name's traveling around in everything in It was really nice to get out and about especially after a stressful few days and is to let maintenance take whatever they needed to take care of the redo all the ceiling and everything and since you know are covert numbers are pretty low it massachusetts. You won't believe this. But i eight incite restaurants. All i'm proud of you. I was able to easiest draw on conversation. So i might have gotten idea to for books. I mean obviously eavesdropping on conversations is kind of idle authors. Toolkit as long as you don't get caught and hit yes that might be offered. You're like go up to someone like so. How did you i certainly sleep with. You're not sure next already bore anymore. So it was of the moment. Say what did you have you. I may love a restaurant again. I'm curious of in massachusetts. So there's a lot of like seafood seafood fan so I went to a seafood place with a friend. And i had a sandwich. What was what was in the sandwich. Turkey makoto some kind of sauce. It was actually was a fancy semblance. I also went to a very nice italian restaurant of into a couple. Breweries stuff like that. Fully gone back into going to restaurants. Get like i broke the seal analysis of flood. Yeah is is when we did. When we came at restaurants raping we will let the first week. And then we. Let's go to restaurants honestly. I'm been restaurant going to restaurants. Is something the my wife. And i love doing. Say it was a huge miss in. Hold on yeah see. My i love free. I've been able to catch up with france like in person. Yup have meals share burgers shared laughs. It's been nice as how things are here. Just coasting through our things over. There said things i've known ally last week. My wife and i had a couple of days where we would just a bit sad because we have gained back from holiday. We just we had the holiday plays but this week we've gone over and he has made difference to my momentum as base yet with the writing. Now i think that you say big. Linda dreams is out with the team. Said that is just going through. The process is out on july. The twenty eighth so as a hard deadline. Because i had preorder before. I went away. I think you remember. I was writing a book. I plotted fully. But there was just something about it. I couldn't quite reconcile and there was a it was an issue with the first twenty five percent of it but i knew needed to be changed and so i just left it. I think about fifteen twenty thousand dollars of it and i just left. It went on holiday. Had two ideas for new books on holiday. Came back into starting another one. So i've ditched that one for now. I'm not necessarily saying it's ditch forever. I just can't work out. The issue can gal and it was just a new england so i had this other idea and blow away. It was actually eternal idea that i had prior to going away just before so decided to set in scotland as the best book in the scottish highlands a title so nine i will cover gonna get my july cup designed remember. I was panicking about that. So go for this one. I've i i spent a day in the library. Closing it like a busted. So i wasn't allowing myself to leave until i've done it so that's really good and i'm going through right writing three thousand one day and i am maturing long say. That's that's good because i've gone editing deadline at the end of august. Say i've got that in mind by maiming. Helping to get the first draft and knocked out in the next few weeks so say. I'm quite pleased with how that's going. The other thing that i've been doing this week as well is having a look around for possible co workspace. The i may need because our neighbors are going to have a big extension on the their house. And so there's going to be a little of bringing crashing and drilling in thing so i know that i need to on working so i want to have the least interrupted possible. So i've been. I've been having look at different workspaces not. I'm trying to work out at the moment whether to just get fancy. There's a really nice. When they can get in suffolk which is like a hotel. And it's not too expensive. I mean you know some people like is pricey but it's not stop crazy pricey and you can just hire by the day. Oh by the month. So i'm concil considering that there's a couple of other options Have just been getting out about this week and looking at different web spaces i think as well maybe it might be quite nice to just change up for months anyway but then again this is just. I'm not against our neighbors having an extension that they can do that. If i'm just against noise what can i do. I'm trying to get ahead of the game and trying to have. It had the least interested in my life. Because you know this new books going well so it. Wasn't it less fall where we had to change her recording schedule. Because i had a construction project going on behind me and road construction in the front and so we we had to record it the noon hour for a while because i knew all workers were taking that our off with a like cram in episodes during that time now. So it's the thing you do have to take into account so when you say shared workspace like to get a a space all yourself for you sitting at a desk with somebody. How co- how closer these shared workspaces will this. One i was looking at was very is quite she she you know they have a yoga studio that got very nice kitchens and include the pricing lead snacks and tea and coffee and and It's a very nice cafe just for members of the co working space on the top floor a balcony overlooking the thames in london then maximum so hot desk membership. Then i'll.

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"half year" Discussed on Lesbians Who Write Podcast

Lesbians Who Write Podcast

02:12 min | 11 months ago

"half year" Discussed on Lesbians Who Write Podcast

"Treadle say loosening the coast here so much easier now so yeah. Things here are pretty good. I'm still chugging. Along with a random macleod are all right. it's been a fun collaboration. And lots of giggles cheese able to talk me off. The ledge pretty easily with a nicely placed jokes. That's always good. I've been working on the next lizzy book. I had to put the. Jj book way back on the back burner I think that was what one of the reasons house re experiencing so much resistance. Because i was not in.

"half year" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"half year" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

"Derek chauvin sentenced to twenty two and a half years for murder of george floyd biden releases federal funds after twelve story miami building collapse and e you green. Light's major funding plan for refugees in turkey. It's saturday june twenty six. I'm anthony davis former minneapolis. Police officer derek. Chauvin was sentenced to twenty two and a half years in prison for the murder of george. Floyd who's dying gospels. Under show wtn's knee led to the biggest outcry against racial injustice in the us in generations the punishment which fell short of the thirty years prosecutors had requested came off to chauvin broke his more than year. Long silencing court to offer condolences to the floyd family. He also said more information will be coming out and he hopes the family will eventually have some peace of mind with good behavior. Forty-five-year-old chauvin could get out on parole after serving two thirds of his sentence or about fifteen years outside the courthouse. A crowd of about fifty people clasped hands or place them on each other's shoulders. The reaction was subdued as people debated whether the sentence was long enough. Some cursed in disgust in imposing the punishment judge. Pdk hill when beyond the twelve and a half year sentence prescribed under state guidelines citing your abuse of a position of trust and authority and also the particular cruelty shown to floyd. Floyd family attorney. Ben crump said the family had got some measure of accountability but is hoping chauvin gets the maximum at his upcoming federal civil rights. Trial crump said. This was the longest sentence a police officer had ever received in minnesota. Real justice would simply be that. George floyd would be here with his family. Crump said we have to remember. Real justice in america will be black men and black women and people of color who will not have to fear being killed by the police just because the color of their skin with nearly one hundred and sixty people unaccounted for and at least four dead after a seaside condominium tower collapsed into a smoldering heap of twisted metal and concrete. Rescuers used both heavy equipment and their own hands to comb through the wreckage on friday in an increasingly desperate search for survivors. A scores of firefighters in surf side just north of miami toils to locate and reach. Anyone still alive in the remains of the twelve story champlin towers south hopes rested on. How quickly crews using dogs and microphones could complete their grim yet. Delicate task charles. Burkett said crews doing everything possible to save as many people as they could. We do not have a resource problem. We have a luck problem. He said the white house said president. Joe biden who spoke with florida governor on santa's after the collapse was receiving updates from homeland. Security officials said they still don't know exactly how many residents or visitors were in the building when it fell but they were trying to locate one hundred and fifty nine people who were considered unaccounted for and may or may not have been there flowers left in tribute decorated defense near the tower and people awaiting news about the search watched from a distance hands clasped and hugging three. More bodies were removed overnight and miami-dade police director freddie ramirez sit with authorities were working with the medical examiner's office to identify the victims. Eleven injuries were reported with four people treated at hospitals man. Danielle levin carver said rescuers extreme risk. Going through the rubble. European union leaders greenlighted plans on friday to give turkey another three billion euros over the next few years to provide fresh assistance to syrian refugees. On its territory and to help the country boost border controls. Turkey reacted coolly to the plan. Saying it's a way for europeans to ensure the us own peace and security. Well over one million migrants entered the eu in two thousand fifteen many of them fleeing conflict in syria and iraq. The arrivals through turkey overwhelmed facilities in the greek islands and sparked one of the e us biggest ever political crises to persuade turkey to stop people. Leaving its territory. The twenty-seven nation block off the country six billion euros for syrian refugees and the prospect of fostering. A membership talks visa-free travel in europe for its citizens arrival as quickly dropped to a relative trickle and the e u is keen to update the arrangement membership talks are at a standstill and turkey has still not fulfilled several criteria to secure visa-free travel but the european commission has handed over most of the funds. And we'll pay the rest. as contracts. completed separately is providing a further half a billion euros for refugees there this year turkey is estimated to now host around three point seven million refugees from the conflict in syria lebanon and jordan are also sheltering hundreds of thousands. Each it's the first time. Such e you funding has been earmarked for migration management and border controls. The elliott funds were spent directly on shelter and education projects for syrian refugees in turkey. None of that money went directly to the.

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"half year" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"half year" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The last three and a half years has the condition has the opportunity of black America changed what what has happened what what is the trump effect for black America what is change tremendous listen trump cut the red tape he moved all of the red tape where now you can go out there and you can now you have to talk to the union remember that young black man who had drug problems and I own business that's the American way it's about capitalism not socialism that's willing to step up by your bootstraps and if you don't have no strength yet so all right that's going to be the title of nature for the segment are you listening Eric but what one last question what is your message diamond and silk and follow them to a diamond and silk these warrior princess is par excellence what is your message to all Americans in the black community but all Americans will say well you know I'm just one guy I'm just one go I don't need to go and vote I'm just one person and I'm not interested in politics what's your message to that young man a woman well first of all back in two thousand and sixteen president trump adds what the hell do you have to look yeah I have a lot to lose yeah if you don't vote right we don't get the less we get socialism if we get Bernie Saunders guys it's gone we don't have a lot to lose it's got this is what we tell people we want you to vote right so you won't get lab that's right we want you to vote read our E. D. really mold every Democrat by both teams out the Senate we most definitely don't keep the White House this is why you diamonds moves every day that's right lastly I want to go and test.

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"half year" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"half year" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Three and a half years has the condition has the opportunity of black America changed what what has happened what what is the trump effect for black America what is change tremendous listen the chocolate the red tape he moved all of the red tape where now you can go out there and you can now you have the union remember the young black man who had drug problems and I own business that's Erica white is about capitalism not socialism that's willing to step up by your bootstraps and if you don't have no strength yet so all right that's going to be the title of your true for the segment are you listening Eric what one last question what is your message diamond and silk and follow them through to diamond and silk these warrior princess is par excellence what is your message to all Americans in the black community but all Americans will say well you know I'm just one guy I'm just one go I don't need to go and vote I'm just one person and I'm not interested in politics what's your message to that young man a woman well first of all back in two thousand and sixteen president trump adds what the hell do you have to look yeah I don't have a lot to lose yeah if you don't both right we don't get the left gets socialism if we get Bernie Saunders guys it's gonna we gonna have a lot to lose it's got this is what we tell people we want you to vote right so you won't get lab that's right we want you to vote read our E. D. remote every Democrat by both teams so take the city and we most definitely don't keep the White House that's right this is why you are done with the move every day that's right boss thing I wanted to test this on the news comes from my friend Candace Owens is it too much to say and I want you to tell me you know is it too much to say with the Democrats have created a political plantation to replace the old plantation isn't it isn't like a political plantation dependency the state's going to be is that is not too strong a word I don't think it's a replacement they've been doing this case is to be in the top just they push nine nothing new it was former socialism when you were given out where he was given a when you have the ABC liquor stores that's why we're doing a book right now dominance of books are calm and we're gonna be talking about the different things that the Democrats do we sell book dot org the end of the name of the book is called a lot rise in full in the hill said you can't dates F. which the awakening and self who said you count this as you can ladies come back this year because I didn't even know about the book we come to this and then the other website right is about diamonds the website to pre order the book is diving this so put that consignment in Salem booking.

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"half year" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"half year" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Com I half year in review two thousand nineteen from your perspective continues now your national forecast it is a big day for travel with motorists and folks getting on airplanes to head back to their destinations after the Christmas holiday and we got three real areas of concern across the country for potential severe weather or areas that might delay those plans in the northeast mainly from Boston northward up through Maine we have the chance for icing and potential snow fall then that situation also presents itself in the Pacific Northwest on shore for Seattle and down through Oregon just rain but as you get into the mountainous areas your pick up icing and snow especially at the higher elevations that system will also extend eastward over the Rockies into Idaho and portions of western Montana heavy rain and snow for the desert southwest stand portions of southern California with rain below on I ten higher elevations of Arizona and New Mexico will pick up snow fall your national forecast from red eye radio I'm meteorologist John trout don't miss this huge deal little baby today only get fifteen dollar pixie pants for women that's right the super flattering pixie pants you love are on sale one day only today for just fifteen Bucks at Old Navy Old Navy dot com valid twelve twenty seven select styles only not a lender often ability mostly to work on all of the billion out of it a little problematic terms of item to conditions apply see what Thailand for details tweet tweet tweet tell me when you get that money follow it for me all this money came from thirty three money dot com right online you went to thirty three money dot com and go all the money you need fast man you know what I want to thirty three when he dot com yesterday at Baylor Bob Graham with them I can't today Nestle now hold on thirty three money dot com hope to get five KT like that yeah man that's right thirty three money dot coms lenders provide personal loans for up to five thousand dollars for people like you and me even if you don't have good credit men always short on cash two thirty three money dot com give me the money I need fast if you need extra money fast good three one dot com just checking account and a regular thirty one dot com and you can get the loan you now regardless of the credit going to thirteen twenty dot com to get the money you need to type W. W. W. dot three three money dot com directly into the address bar thirty three money dot com okay three three D. Y. dot com thirty three money dot com Joe Biden has a reputation for being a good storyteller this guy climbed down a ravine carried this guy up in his back under fire the general wanted me to turn this over star on.

"half year" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"half year" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Across America it is red eye radio Dan medicine for Gerry McNamara and the error Carly eight six six ninety right I use the phone number one eight six six ninety read I want to say hello to this is Janice in Michelle yes go ahead Janice go ahead okay thank you third thank you dance so much for taking my call the first thing I want to say is Lister below or they said that he was having death threats upon him how do they how do they have a death threat against him and nobody knows who he is right thank you know law is there has to be a line drawn for how long the D. demos can her long this you could three and a half year link to find something against come right in and I would agree that the Janice this is just an absolute waste of taxpayer dollars but you know what else it is it's a waste of dialogue it's a waste of opportunity because at least to me that the president has provided the American people when it's a great opportunity with a great economy you don't get a lot of folks to work in for one case you're looking good and so it just seems to me that if we're gonna start talking about wasting time and wasting money you do have to look at the Democrats and you have to look at all of the things that they've been doing since the very beginning and at least for me we know that the day that the president was taking that oath of office they were practicing various scenarios as far as impeachment goes and at least to me it's a very sad day for America because this the trump administration has been absolutely hi jacked by the Democrats at least for me I think it's band as something that has been fascinating to watch is been infuriating to watch but the more that we watch this whole thing unfold the more the American people are going to realize that the president was right on along on a lot of these things now Mike is in Chicago him I can go ahead Mike you go ahead Mikey going once going twice and thank you very much let's say hello to Marshall in Arizona he Marshall go ahead yeah how you doing okay or low points if there is such a thing is that you the limitations on from a crime such as bribery illegal wiretapping ma'am the former administration already has a pass on that as long as the Congress the courts some investigators you're tied up actually at the mirror I think has really gone nuts but he the artist so we can cut him some leeway on that only you cut him some leeway on that all all all keep my keep my irritation so go ahead what's next year hello he is too irritating to listen to I don't know mostly just stamina for the actors or what but yeah well the people that where X. but yeah terrible thirdly the equal are one is once you're there some particular usually does look alikes bottom would want to sleep okay and in March I appreciate the call and they got a lot of because when I move on very quickly Mike is in Detroit go ahead yeah all they might go ahead very quickly you can hear me I was wondering I there's a legal way to remove these Democrats from office like they're trying to remove from office now the eleven tested them a friend the only way to get these Democrats out is with your vote so make sure that you vote in the next election in twenty twenty again mantis in for and Eric it is red eye radio the phone number eight six six ninety right I does your water damage your doctors and as of right now tastes guaranteed sales pretty remarkable if you think about the Dan beard guarantees a hell sell your house at a hundred percent of your asking price or they'll pay you the difference and within twenty nine days do you think you know because Ross supercenter glam buys whatever here offer like this and I got all right hold on what do what's the trick here so I read the fine print and one of the fine print is within twenty one days and think well that's that's still by benefit you think that a city person that all well within nine five years ago well now that's not within twenty nine days how can you do that was one of someone interested in the country according the Wall Street journal he has the five day blitz which no one else does or could pull off they changed the whole game that's how he can he can do this one out of six six seven twenty zero three think about sorry I should have any questions about something else now or sometime in the future called in one hundred six six seven twenty zero three party X. P. realty sold by Dan beer dot com thirty water mail for tax one of the stores were falling on the city how is that by the residents to boil their tap water before drinking it or using.

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"half year" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"half year" Discussed on WTVN

"Half years in federal prison for shipping nine hundred pounds of marijuana from a U. S. mail beginning in twenty thirteen and accomplish got three years supervised release Richard can't to ABC news we'll turn cloudy overnight tonight get down about thirty six degrees and during the day Thursday those clouds are gonna give way to showers they'll be pretty hit or miss but the good news is we get to fifty seven so mild breezy afternoon Friday a high of only forty eights and another round of showers I'm ABC six first morning chief meteorologist Marshall might be gone your severe weather station news radio six ten WTVN to talk to George nori call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk tool free from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five to reach George via Skype use Skype name George nine seven three one three seven Georgia text message anytime at eight one eight two nine eight six five two one from the gateway to the west this is coast to coast AM with George Noory next hour we'll talk a little bit about prophecy so make sure you're part of the program Derek Gilbert joins us it's going to be fascinating indeed we'll be back in a moment with final calls with our special guests David.

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"half year" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"half year" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Go back to the half years. And you look at what was going on Bryant of my becoming president, it was a very, very bad situation very dangerous situation for seventh Korea North Korea for the world, the two sides agreeing to restart nuclear talks. You heard Kim John through his interpreter says that he hopes that President Trump will be the one who can put all of this bad stuff behind us. Well, that's really up to Kim. Because Kim made a promise. The President Trump. That Singapore summit in June of last year to denuclearize North Korea. And he hasn't done it. Fox's John Roberts traveling with the president since Singapore, Kim has enriched more uranium and has perfected his ballistic missiles, Air Force One is on its way back to Washington, but before leaving the Korean peninsula. The president made a stop at Ozan airbase president of great honor than to serve as commander in chief of the greatest fighting force on the face of the earth. The United States military, thank you very much in a tweet moments ago, the president said leaving North Korea after a wonderful meeting with chairman Kim Jong UN stood on the soil of North Korea, a great honor day, two of peace talks between the US and the Taliban both sides meeting in contra are looking for tangible results. This is Fox News. For me Florida's central credit union homeowners traffics are looking at a very easy ride this morning throughout the greater Tampa Bay area. There are no delays.

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"half year" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"half year" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"For two and a half years. He's been nothing nothing to deal with immigration this country other than threatened to deport people in the mayor thinks nothing is what the president will do next week concerning immigration with the mayor. In the north end Carl Stevens WBZ, Boston's NewsRadio, well, some people pulled all nighters in tents and sleeping bags outside the way Rena in Florida to make sure they get a front. Row seat to the president's reelection launch tonight. ABC news is Celia Vega is in Orlando with the latest. To be a huge event tonight. The arena. Listen to this more than eighteen thousand people, the president's campaign says they've received requests for more than one hundred thousand people who want to be there tonight. You know this Florida's a key battleground state. The president narrowly beat Hillary Clinton. They're back in two thousand sixteen. They're feeling the heat, they're already given Joe Biden. They, you know, he's fight over the polls that they've had their to Florida is a must win this time around the president arrived in Orlando, a couple of hours ago acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan is stepping down even before he has formally nominated. He citing painful family situation that would hurt his children and reopen wounds. We have worked used a he'll army secretary Mark Asper will replace him as acting chief ABC's, Elizabeth mcglaughlin is in Washington and tells us who he is Mark Asper has served as secretary of the army for nearly two years traveling with the president to the southern border and an Abrams tank factory in Ohio. He. He graduated from West Point in nineteen Eighty-six, the same class as secretary of state Mike Pompeo and then went on to serve in the army for over a decade, including deployment to the Gulf war, as per like Patrick Shanahan before him also comes from the defense industry, he was chief lobbyist at Raytheon for seven years. Elizabeth McLaughlin, ABC news Washington in the Dominican Republic, say they've arrested and eleven suspect in the attempted killing of former Boston Red Sox star. David Ortiz ten others have been ordered detained for up to a year as prosecutors build their case. Meanwhile, big pappy is doing better at Mass General reports. WBZ TV's, brianna pits, teases condition has been upgraded his wife, Tiffany, just released. A statement saying her husband's condition was upgraded to good this morning. He remains in the ICU at Mass General in the Dominican Republic, investigators believe they're closing in on the mastermind and the motive in the David Ortiz shooting ficials say they expect to release more details on the case..

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"half year" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"half year" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"You broke up the boss party yourself. Well done. Three and a half year old who actually loves the lightning. So you didn't quite understand that they weren't gonna be playing hockey. Every day. As they're playing tonight. So had to the news, but I kept having to do it because he didn't quite understand how playoff hockey works quite yet, where it is his playoff hockey. It's also gave a match ups and you know, it is a crap shoot to a certain extent. You never really know Minnesota's up ten and a half games in the AO central Jayco, one of the reasons for that eight and to an area of two seventy strikeouts. Jake really nicely done. Great to have you on the show, and thanks so much for it. Absolutely. I appreciate you having me on. Have a great job really well done. Man's on it. He's having a great year. And they've got a ten and a half game lead already in the AL central there. Cleveland this evening, seven ten pm eastern, or I come into the end of our number one. And once again, I mentioned that it's not ideal. I try to get you three interviews every single day. We try to spread them out over the course of the program the way it sets up. Sometimes we go back to back not ideal. The only thing less ideal than back to back is back to back to back like today. But when I get three interviews get three best interviews, and if that happens that happens. So what we'll do is there's two. We'll come back top of hour number two cowboy Sironi? You have lightweight fighter joins me and he makes his jungle debut, that's coming up next after that we've got plenty of time open phones, the rest of the way. We'll talk about game three of the NBA finals. Came together with my guy Rex Chapman on the Jim.

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"half year" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

16:03 min | 3 years ago

"half year" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And welcome back to coast to coast, George Noory with you. And Clinton Werner was with me six and a half years ago. Now, he's back. He has degrees in journalism and library sciences worked in the field of preventative healthcare for more than twenty five years studied, macrobiotic cooking and practice in Boston back in one thousand nine hundred five then he relocated way over to the west coast in the San Francisco Bay area where he co authored the San Francisco police departments health and fitness plan back in eighty seven and were teaching aids cancer and heart disease patients how to improve their health with diet and lifestyle change. He was named an activist of the month by normal the national organization for the reform of marijuana laws. And here he is back on coast to coast a wild clinched. Welcome to the show. Thank you so much Raskin me back, and I'm glad to be here. And it's hard to believe it's been six and a half years. It really is in those six and a half years have things changed forgetting marijuana used medicinally. I would think yes. How about you? It has it has changed pretty rapidly and radically. I would say because there's so much evidence growing from research, but also anecdotal and as one person finds relief and tells another person, and it just spreads by word of mouth because it works then this movement just advances and with the move that's gone from medical to legal, the legal has made it much more accessible to more people who might have been hesitant to have to go to and pay a doctor for an approval. Of course, there are some other problems with that. We'll talk about that it is it is opening up, and it certainly is becoming more available for for broader range of people Clinton. I got an Email from one of our listeners who said why are you supporting the use of drugs? What are you doing? And then I've gotten about. Fifteen other emails from people saying that this works for medical purposes beyond anything we've ever tried. But how do you address that? I email. What are we say to them? Well, we use a lot of drugs for healing and treating different maladies that we have cannabis can be considered a drug. It's not a hard drug. And and that's the interesting thing about it. It sort of has a foot in both camps. It has more herbal folk medicine remedy world that also in the because it's so effective in these compounds are so promising that it's becoming embraced by the pharmaceutical world. And of course, there's also the other aspect which is the recreational use that people enjoy draw pleasure from the experience of smoking or in in ingesting marijuana and some people resent that they are fearful of that. Because it's been driven home to them that this is sort of degenerate activity, and it has a whole lot. Lot of terrible effects on the body and mind. And so I would say that there are definite amazing healing properties with this plant. And the interesting thing is for those people who enjoy it recreationally, socially. It also has some protective effects that come from those same actions in the body. So don't be so quick to be negatively judgmental about it. There's some real positives. And of course, everything that has a front has a back. So there's another aspect to it. And we always need to be aware of that did just dismiss it as a sort of a worthless. Part of drug culture law is is is not really effective or beneficial for anyone how can one plant have so many incredible effects on ailments and diseases. It is stunning and amazing. This plant does embodies. So many healing potentials for such a broad range of ailments, and the well it's been used for centuries and centuries and centuries really found its first home in India where it was grown and used extensively in their pharmacopoeia for all sorts of ailments cancers, seizure disorders and topical. Also rations of skin. So it has that history. But no one really could understand and after the repression that came in the early part of the twentieth century where it was blocked off from us, socially recreationally. But also medicinally it kind of went dormant until the sixties, and what people found when they started looking at the claims anecdotal claims that people had benefits is that this plant produces these. Sticky resonance compounds that are exuded from the flowering tops primarily and these compounds are loaded with wetter called Canaveral. And the fascinating thing about Canaveral noise is in their structure and function. They match up almost identically with compounds in our bodies that are called Indo can noise. So they have they amplify the effects of Indo Canadians, and the effect of the Indo Canadian always in our body are to regulate our systems, we have all these varied systems and I- gestion or a logical the blood your circulatory or liver all of these different metabolic and functional organ functional systems that are integrated. And this this these compounds help to regulate and keep all of those in harmony and also adjust our natural, internal and. Environment away from disease, the states that give rise to disease, and it's really remarkable that this plant has these incredible complimentary compounds that are so similar to our own and matchup and work as a protective agents as well as treating medicines don't wanna use the word cure because we really can't for things like this. But a lot of people are saying that cannabis has remarkable properties to help fight off ailments, and you would agree with that. Oh, it it. It really does. There's no denying that. Now. The the fascinating thing is that so much research a lot of research that was intended to find harm has found benefit. They didn't expect to find benefits when they started doing this research they were pursuing harm because that's what's allowed by law and. They just the researchers in the field kept doing these. There's a lot of money for doing harm assessment research, and they kept getting these anomalous beneficial results and also they matched up with the anecdotal reports. From the social users who were getting good reports for some of their helmets. And then when researchers really started to look at it, they found these compounds, and it's just amazing that so many positive effects can be had from excuse me one plant, and you just really have to stop and say what what an amazing thing nature is to produce a plant that can complement our health Inci in so many ways, it is truly truly remarkable. And how did you get involved in this Clint, well, it's interesting because I I was kind of a slob kid a junk food. Junkie, and I had no interest in health. But after I started socially smoking marijuana. And I sort of got a triggered interest in health. And one thing followed another a star. I went to Boulder Colorado and saw lot of healthy people there and went home and researched health and I got into the field, and I just always enjoyed cannabis. I didn't like alcohol I've never had a Cup of coffee in my life. So I'm not really drawn to a lot of mood altering substances. But this worked for me, and I found that when I stopped because I thought it was unhealthy and it didn't wasn't harmonious with my lifestyle. I ended up with manifesting psoriasis, which is a genetic ailment and that was a real problem. And so I started back eventually I just decided to try it again. And then I found that helped with some of the pain and inflammation. And then I had a friend who had aids I was his caregiver and it kept smoking marijuana kept him alive. He could eat food when he could not previously just a couple of little pasta. And I would make him a macrobiotic whole Neil one pot meal, really rich nutrients, and so I just saw how this worked and at the same time the science was coming through because people were wanting to know why why this happened. Why you know, why are these results that are beneficial in and you know, positive for help coming through. And so there is an inquiry and more research free places in the world, especially Israel, and here we are. We know that there are some real positive benefits. Where are we clinched right now in terms of legalization across the country. And it's a state by state thing, isn't it? It is there are several states that have legalized fully. Let's see Colorado being one of them. Colorado, Washington state. Let's see California, Oregon, I believe is also fully recreational. I think Vermont has recently gone there about eight of them have gone full full on legal, and then there's a whole assortment of states that have varying degrees of medical allowances different laws. Some are very well written and are very broad and others are really really really restrictive almost superfluous because they're so restrictive. It's it's growing by leaps and bounds. What is the federal government doing about this? Well, you know, that is pretty amazing in some ways because they seem to be at this point hands off the Trump administration has not gone after the state programs. The there was some concern when Jeff Sessions was the attorney general because he was very much against any softening of laws against narrow wanna he's really a hard liner. And it's kind of surprising that he apparently was held in a day in spy Trump to keep him from descending on this social experiment that's going on. And so that that's interesting aspect of this. The reins of freedom or in this sense being loosened up a little bit. So the experiment can continue what's going on with CBD oil and things like that. CBD? Wow. It's it's amazing George. It's kinda I didn't see this coming blown my mind CBD is a non psychoactive component of the cannabis plant. So we have THC which is a canal, and that is I don't know if you remember Ali g on TV, but he is the high Kassir. And it is it is the psychoactive ingredient. That's the wall part of it. Right. Yeah. It's the the primary one it's affected by in its expression by other compounds in the plant, so you can get different kinds of highs from the plant, but CBD is non psychoactive and it has medicine medicinal effects. But here's the strange thing about it. It's been embraced. And I think this is sort of our sort of puritanical mindset people want to say that CBD is good. It's the healing agent because it doesn't get you high. But this is just not accurate, according to what the plant expresses and what the compounds doing the body THC really is the over arching medicinal compound in cannabis. I often say we did not rediscover medical marijuana because of THC people weren't smoking it for. Relief from for glaucoma cancer chemotherapy, they they didn't even know what would work for that. And it it doesn't work the way THC does its receptor driven T eight. We have these receptors in our our bodies and their express throughout our bodies, not only in the central nervous system that CB one receptors, but their CV to receptors and THC activate Caesar sceptres. Interestingly CBD steers activity away from your CB one and CB two receptors and has influences on other receptors. So if you actually need CB one receptor activation, then you do not want CBD, but I had a friend. Tell me you can get CV and WalMart now, and that's insane in some ways because there's so much restriction. But it's being mar mass marketed as a sort of cure all. You know, this panacea of everything just take CBD's ABC, and you really need to understand what it's doing a study just came out last week that showed in glaucoma patients. So that's I pressure build up that causes blindness that it's THC that works and CBD aggravates the condition you want pure. THC in your cannabis for that condition because CBD's stops the THC beneficial activity. It's just dramatic dramatic the way it works. It is. And we're you know, there's so much. We don't know. I remember there is a great philosopher adventurer Terence McKenna. And he used to say the bigger we build a bonfire of knowledge, the more darkness is revealed around us, and that sort of the situation we're in now because we're learning, but then we're finding out subtle aspects. Of these canals annoyed that we didn't understand. And their other can always there CB g. Can have a girl and a whole variety of these compounds that we we aren't sure exactly how they interact and what the applications are..

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"half year" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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"half year" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And welcome back to coast to coast, George Noory with you close Clinton Warner was with me six and a half years ago. Now, he's back. He has degrees in journalism and library science who's worked in the field of preventative healthcare for more than twenty five years studied, macrobiotic cooking and practice in Boston back in one thousand nine hundred five then he relocated way over to the west coast and the San Francisco Bay area where he co authored the San Francisco police departments health and fitness plan back in eighty seven and worked teaching aids cancer and heart disease patients how to improve their health with diet and lifestyle change. He was named an activist of the month by normal the national organization for the reform of marijuana laws and here he is back on coast-to-coast bene- wild. Clint welcome to the show. Thank you so much Raskin me back, and I'm glad to be here. And it's hard to believe it's been six and a half years. It really is in in those six. And a half years have things changed forgetting marijuana used medicinally. I would think. Yes. But how about you? It has it has changed pretty rapidly and radically. I would say because there's so much evidence growing from research, but also anecdotal and as one person finds relief and tells another person and it just spreads by word of mouth because it works. I've been this movement just advances and with the move that's gone from medical to legal the legal has made it much more accessible to more people who might have been hesitant to have to go to a doctor for an approval. Of course, there are some other problems with that. We'll talk about that it is it is opening up, and it certainly is becoming more available for for broader range of people. And I got an Email from one of our listeners who said why are you supporting the use of drugs? What are you doing? And then I've gotten about fifteen other emails from people saying that this works for medical purposes beyond anything we've ever tried. But how do you address that? I Email what do we say to them? Well, we use a lot of drugs for healing and treating different maladies that we have cannabis can be considered a drug. It's not a hard drug. And and that's the interesting thing about it. It sort of has a foot in both camps. It has a foot into more herbal folk medicine remedy world that also in the because it's so effective. And these compounds are so promising that it's becoming embraced by the pharmaceutical world. And of course, there's also the other aspect which is the recreational use that people in. Enjoy draw pleasure from the the experience of smoking or in in ingesting marijuana. And some people resent that they are fearful of that. Because it's been driven home to them that this is sort of degenerate activity, and it has a whole lot of terrible effects on the body and mind, and so I would say that. There are definite amazing healing properties with this plant. And the interesting thing is for those people who enjoy it recreationally, socially. It also has some protective effects that come from those same actions in the body. So don't be so quick to be negatively judgmental about it. There's some real positives. And of course, everything that has the front has a back. So there's another aspect to it. And we always need to be aware of just dismiss it. As sort of a worthless. Part of drug culture law is is is not a really effective or beneficial for anyone how can one plant have so many incredible effects on ailments and diseases. It is stunning and amazing. This plant does embodies so many healing potentials for such a broad range of ailments, and the well it's been used for centuries and centuries and centuries that really found its first home in India where it was grown and used extensively in their pharmacopoeia for all sorts of ailments cancers, Caesar disorders and topical. Also rations of the skin. So it has that history. But no one really could understand and after the repression that came in the early part of the twentieth century where it was blocked off from us, socially recreationally. But also in the distantly, it kind of went dormant until the sixties, and what people found when they started looking at the claims anecdotal claims that people had benefits is that this plant produces these sticky resonance compounds that are exuded from the flowering tops primarily and these compounds are loaded with are called canal. And the fascinating thing about Canaveral noise is in their structure and function. They match up almost identically with compounds in our bodies that are called Indo Canaveral noise. So they have they amplify the effects of Indo Canadians, and the effect of the Indo Canaveral is in our body are to regulate our systems, we have all these varied systems digestion or a logical the blood your circulatory or liver all of these different metabolic and functional organ functional systems that are integrated. And this this these compounds help to regulate and keep all of those in harmony and also adjust our natural internal environment away from disease, the states that give rise to disease, and it's really remarkable that this plant has these incredible. Complimentary compounds that are so similar to our own and matchup and work as a protective agents as well as treating medicines don't wanna use the word cure because we really can't for things like this. But a lot of people are saying that cannabis has remarkable properties to help fight off ailments, and you would agree with that. Oh, it it. It really does. There's no denying that. Now. The the fascinating thing is that so much research a lot of research that was intended to find harm has found benefit. They didn't expect to find benefits when they started doing this research they were pursuing harm because that's what's allowed by law. And they just the researchers in the field kept doing these. There's a lot of money for doing harm assessment research, and they kept getting these anomalous benefit. Results. And also they matched up with the anecdotal reports. From the social users who were getting a good reports for some of their ailments. And then when researchers really started to look at it, they found these compounds, and it's just amazing that so many positive effects can be had from excuse me one plant, and you just really have to stop and say what a what an amazing thing nature is to produce a plant that can complement our health Inci in so many ways, it is truly truly remarkable. And how did you get involved in this Clint, well, it's interesting because I I was kind of a slob kid a junk food junkie, and I had no interest in health. But after I started socially smoking marijuana. And I sort of got a triggered interest in hell. And one thing followed another I star. I went to Boulder Colorado and saw a lot of healthy people there and went home and researched health and I got into the field, and I always enjoyed cannabis. I didn't like alcohol I never had a Cup of coffee in my life. So I'm not really drawn to a lot of mood altering substances. But this worked for me. And I found that when I stopped because I thought it was unhealthy and it didn't wasn't harmonious with my lifestyle. I ended up with manifesting psoriasis, which is genetic ailment and that was a real problem. And so I started back eventually I just decided to try it again. And they found that helped with some of the pain and inflammation. And then I had a friend who had aids I was his caregiver and it smoking marijuana kept him alive. He could eat food when he could not previously just a couple of little pasta. And I would make him a macrobiotic wholefoods Neil one pot meal, really rich in nutrients, and so I just saw how this worked and at the same time the science was coming through because people were wanting to know why why this happened. Why you know, why are these results that are beneficial in and you know, positive for help coming through. And so there is just an inquiry and more research free places in the world, especially Israel, and here we are. We know that there are some real positive benefits. Where are we clinched right now in terms of legalization across the country. And it's a state by state thing, isn't it? It is there are several states that have legalized fully. Let's see Colorado being one of them, Colorado. Washington state. Let's see California, Oregon. I believe is also fully recreational. I think Vermont has recently gone there about eight of them have gone full full on legal. And then there's a whole shortening the states that have varying degrees of medical allowances different laws. Some are very well written and are very broad and others are really really really restrictive almost superfluous because they're so restrictive. It's it's growing by leaps and bounds. What is the federal government doing about this? Well, you know, that is pretty amazing in some ways because they seem to be at this point hands off the Trump administration has not gone after the state programs. The there was some concern when Jeff Sessions was the attorney general because he was very much against any softening of laws against narrow Lana. He is really a hard liner. And it's kind of surprising that he apparently was held in abeyance by Trump to keep him from descending on this social experiment that's going on. And so that that's interesting aspect of this. Their reigns of freedom in a sense being loosened up a little bit. So the experiment can continue what's going on with CBD oil and things like that. CBD? Wow. It's it's amazing. George. I it's kinda I didn't see this coming blown my mind CBD is a non psychoactive component of cannabis plant. So we have THC which is and that is I don't know if you remember Ali g on TV, but he's six eight is the high Khazar. And it is it is the psychoactive ingredient. That's the wall a part of it. Right. Yeah. It's the the primary one it's by in in its expression by other compounds in the plant, so you can get different kinds of highs from the plant, but CBD is non psychoactive and it has medicine medicinal effects. But here's the strange thing about it. It's been embraced. And I think this is sort of our sort of puritanical mindset people want to say that CBD is good. It's the healing agent because it doesn't get you high. But this is just not accurate, according to what the plant expresses and what the compounds doing the body THC really is the over arching medicinal compound in cannabis. I often say we did not rediscover medical marijuana because of THC people weren't smoking it for. Relief for glaucoma cancer chemotherapy, they they didn't even know what would work for that it, and it, and it doesn't work the way THC does its receptor driven THC. We have these receptors in our our bodies and their expressed throughout our bodies, not only in the central nervous system that CB one receptors, but their CV to receptors and THC activate Caesar sceptres. Interestingly CBD steers activity away from your CB one and CB two receptors and has influences on other receptors. So if you actually need CB one receptor activation, then you do not want CBD, but I had a friend. Tell me you can get CBD in WalMart now, and that's insane in some ways because there's so much restriction. But it's being mar mass marketed as a sort of cure all. You know, this panacea of everything just take CBD's DVD's, and you really need to understand what it's doing a study just came out last week that showed in glaucoma patients. So that's I pressure build up that causes blindness that it's THC that works and CBD aggravates the condition you want pure. THC in your cannabis for that condition because stops the THC beneficial activity. It's just dramatic, isn't it? It's just dramatic the way it works. It is. And we're you know, there's so much. We don't know. I remember there is a great philosopher adventure Terence McKenna. And he used to say the bigger we build a bonfire of knowledge, the more darkness is revealed around us, and that sort of the situation we're in now because we're learning, but then we're finding out subtle aspects. Of these canals annoyed that we didn't understand and their other avenues their CB g can have a girl and a whole variety of these compounds that we we aren't sure exactly how they interact and what the applications are..

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