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Miranda Lambert Is Sharing the Love for Valentine's Day

CMT Cody Alan

00:14 sec | Last week

Miranda Lambert Is Sharing the Love for Valentine's Day

"Lamberts Cave 15 grants worth $1000 each toe animal rescue organizations for Valentine's Day. Herman Nation Foundations share the love program. Word shelters in over a dozen states so much needed funding. My nation was started by Miranda and her mom.

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The Trial Of The Chicago 7 With Director Aaron Sorkin And David Fincher

The Director's Cut

04:31 min | 2 weeks ago

The Trial Of The Chicago 7 With Director Aaron Sorkin And David Fincher

"Aaron thank you for letting me do this thank you for doing. I hope it's not just the right amount of excruciating. But but i wanna i wanna i wanna move this. I want to try to cover as much ground as possible. Because you know. I'm easily board but But i also want to give you But i have sort of subdivided in terms of you know just overall kind of progressions in in in casting and production and post production. I wanted to start. I I've always found your writing appealing personally. in the same way that i always love bill goldman's and and the reason for that is you're a decidedly serious person who is actually writing comedies about a dramatic ventures that have real stakes and end the example. That i have is like butch and sundance where they're debating the different ways that the super policy might kill them when he says they could go for position they can start a rockslide. That could get us that way. What else could they do. I'm treating the next line. But it's a could surrender of albion account on that. Tell me about and that was a occurred to me on social network that that you were that you were doing this thing that the the writing the the storytelling was extensively Comic in in. And i don't mean that in a derogatory lightweight sense It was wildly entertaining in talking about things. That were you know. truly dramatic and is not a is that something that you're conscious of or am my of of disappeared on my own. It's something that i'm conscious of and by the way bill goldman mentor me. Beginning from mike early twenties you know he passed away a few years ago. You know. we're very close. He was teaching me before we met with his with a screenplay with A nonfiction and then he a red by i play which was a few good men and he saw something in me. And if you want to teach me how to write screenplays but yes. I always think first of all if you can tell serious story. Funny you're you're doing yourself a big favor. Part of it might just come from an insecurity. Maybe a healthy insecurity of a comedy drama. I am not good enough at Either events do only one of them commit something pitches while or their other. I mean obviously goldman is one but are there other Heroes personal screenwriting heroes at. You can point to in sort of say this is. This is something off from them or their work. This is something that you know. Certainly tchaikovsky the answer is our number screenwriters in patty tchaikovsky For a host of reasons. Both my brothers herman joseph Billy wilder true There are things. I get from a contemporary screenwriters as well. Tony kushner quentin tarantino Amanda So i'm i'm i'm easily influenced i and the ad as a screenwriter at a now that a i've directed a couple of films I really i try to be a diagnostician. Mom I'll watch you watch film of yours Not necessarily social network Any of them. I'm end up a love. Something and i'll try and reverse engineer. I will try to in my mind. First of all figure out what it was i loved about it and then try to figure out how you got

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Netflix Dominates Golden Globes Nods

Morning Edition

00:34 sec | 3 weeks ago

Netflix Dominates Golden Globes Nods

"Nearly empty movie theaters, Perhaps it's fitting that Netflix is dominating the nominations for the 78 Golden Globe Awards Bank, a film about Citizen Kane, writer Herman Banquets, led the film contenders with six nominations this morning. Those include best film Best director for David Fincher and Best actor for Gary Oldman. Other best film nominees include Aaron Sorkin's The Trial, the Chicago Seven Nomad Land, promising young woman of the Father on the TV Side. The nominees for best drama include the Crown Lovecraft County, The Man, DeLorean, Ozark and Ratchet.

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'The Programmers Brain' by Felienne Hermans: A Book About Coding and the Human Brain

The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

03:11 min | Last month

'The Programmers Brain' by Felienne Hermans: A Book About Coding and the Human Brain

"When i hear the term programmer's brain that that makes me think that is that is that an affliction is that something that needs to be addressed by medical professional. Or what is the programmer's brain. Oh sorry you seem to have a case the programmer's brain do any and his word of the book tries to explain what happens in your brain when you program to most programmers horse a really deep understanding of programs deep understanding of computer but most computer science programs including one where i teach. They don't really for stuff related to cook missions. Just that that comes. A scientist would consider basic things like the difference between long-term ariane short term memory and working memory. That's not something you necessarily learn as a programmer. I maybe some people are like you know you don't really need to know this. But once you start thinking especially of reading code and incorporating understanding code that you haven't written then is sort of important to understand. The difference between this code is hard because my term memories week here and this code is hard because my short memory suffering here and the book tries to explain the basics of science. And how that matter for reading code so i read The first two and a half chapters recently and One of the things. That i found interesting was how easily you made me stop and go down a rabbit hole on the internet and look up how to do something. You chose to give some examples at least in the first couple of chapters in three different programming languages and while i am familiar with several programming languages i had never actually seen the ap l. programming language. And so that. I coating example that you given that i was like What and i had. I had to stop and you know later on in in the second chapter. I believe it is You actually have an exercise for the reader to go and do something with that language. But in the first chapter when i first saw it i i had to stop. I had to go on the internet. I found a website that would actually run the code iran. The co at played with the code. I changed things. I literally couldn't move forward in the book. Until i had to figure it out what that code did and i don't know if you intended that but that was the side effect that i experienced was that part of what you might have been going for or is am. I just weird. No so it wasn't like i meant to send you off. And i the reason that i fix a pl is because i wanted to have a language in which the keywords Everyone would go like what. What the four ride. This and entry hard because the book isn't for owner for java for javascript is generic so if you want something that actual actually real code but also confusing to everyone. Then there's no you can pick from even something all like global or four tron that whereas with abo it's like super super confusing and it's confusing in an interesting way

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‘Glitch’ causes some with appointments to be turned away from Houston's Minute Maid Park vaccine megasite

GardenLine with Randy Lemmon

00:37 sec | Last month

‘Glitch’ causes some with appointments to be turned away from Houston's Minute Maid Park vaccine megasite

"A glitch in the system left many Houstonians with appointments for coded vaccines at minute Maid yesterday, very frustrated when they were turned away, Mayor Sylvester Turner says. The city is doing the best they can with what they have want to get their vaccine shot. They want to get it now. Hundreds of thousands want to get it now, but we simply don't have the means to get everyone those vaccines. That's right now, so we had One very best we can, Turner says The city is working to expand the number of locations where shots are going to be available to say yesterday added Ch I ST Lukes and Herman Memorial at Memorial City as hubs in

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COVID-19 pandemic in Guernsey

The Economist: Babbage

05:05 min | Last month

COVID-19 pandemic in Guernsey

"Between britain and france were both struggling to contain covid nineteen live channel islets smaller islands. Like alternate herman sark have not had any cases of covid nineteen at all. They're part of what's called the region or bailiwick of guernsey one of the two main channel. Islands the bailiwicks population is just over. Sixty five thousand since one nineteen emerged it has only had three hundred and one cases and just thirteen deaths but the essential point is this since the first wave last spring it basically eliminated the virus. So how did it achieve this. Dr nikola bring and the director of public health for the island's dr bring my first question is how did you spend your new year's eve so i did a combination of two things is i worked but my children also had a party hold on a second women a party. People from outside the household came into the household. Explain this concept to me. What happened absolutely so we have absolutely no internal restrictions in guns talking home. We have no compulsory mask wearing. We can gather an unlimited sizes. We over the summer had a festivals we had. I think the only pride celebration hemisphere towards christmas carol services. We've had large gatherings switching on our christmas lights. Huge christmas day swim. We literally thousands of people. We've done that by. Suppressing the replication of the virus on island. So we don't have any community transmission of sauce coffee to the virus that causes covid. Nineteen at all in ganzi. How did you get to that point. You took a different approach than the mainland of britain so we looked at what was happening in early january and i was concerned that this virus had pandemic potential to me. It was transmitting too easily. And i felt that this was a forest that we needed to watch very carefully so we decided at that stage to go through community test track phrase program so in january through february we trained contact tracers and we started looking at developing our own on ireland testing capacity. We look to have a turnaround time from swab test result by sydney under twelve hours. And we'll start contact tracing within an hour of getting a positive result seven days a week. Twenty four hours a day and so by the time we got our first case on the ninth of march in ghanzi. We were ready and waiting with a fully trained. Contact tracing team and winton to lock down on the twenty fifth of march. And the reason why we went into lockdown was really threefold. We hadn't quite developed our own on testing capacity who actually sending samples to the uk for testing so we were waiting about two three days because of all the transport to get that result we were getting intelligence at that stage that there was something going on in the community from primary care colleagues from jesse department colleagues and we had our first unexplained case of community seating so that was the first time we had a case that we could not link to travel onto the island or contact with a known case and we went into lockdown on the twenty fifth and ten to fourteen days later we absolutely flattened the curve and we then reached the stage. We were actually virus free. We came out of locked on on the twentieth of shoe route through to absolutely no on ireland restrictions whatsoever but we have retained border restrictions. The strategy that you took is the elimination strategy which is different than elsewhere particularly in the mainland britain. What is the elimination strategy. How would you sum that up. So our aim was to suppress the virus to a level that it didn't impact on our health care services. We actually exceeded what we want to do. And we're able to eliminate stop community transmission of the virus now. The advantage of that for us is that we've been able to open up on tunnel economy over the summer and indeed into christmas are restaurants have been full. People aren't about they've been shopping. So that's been extremely helpful but also from a point of view of of looking at people's mental health and wellbeing is able to be asked about people will able to visit their family owned and

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Texas fires Herman after 4 seasons, hires Tide OC Sarkisian

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

Texas fires Herman after 4 seasons, hires Tide OC Sarkisian

"Steve Sarkisian as the new head football coach at Texas following the dismissal of Tom Herman after just four seasons Herman led four bowl victories for got the team to the big twelve title game just once he leaves with a thirty two and eighteen record at Austin including a warning for marked versus archrival Oklahoma search easy and has been the architect of Alabama's high powered offense that includes Heisman Trophy finalist mac Jones devante Smith he's expected to stay on at Alabama for the CFP championship game January eleventh against Ohio state I'm Dave Ferrie

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Texas Longhorns hire Tide OC Sarkisian to replace Herman

The Fifteenth Club

00:29 sec | Last month

Texas Longhorns hire Tide OC Sarkisian to replace Herman

"Sarkeesian, a zoo new head football coach for the Texas Longhorns. Tom Herman fired this morning, and it didn't take long for the powers that be to name a head coach. He's an assistant coach for the Alabama Crimson Tide. We'll talk about Steve Sarkisian, the new head coach of the Longhorns next hour also get you up to date on the bowl games that went on today, going on. They're not our friend Matt Brown of North Carolina faces the Agnese tonight in a big bowl game in the Orange Bowl game kicks off at seven o'clock, but we've got a fun show for you this

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Texas fires football coach Tom Herman after 4 seasons

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last month

Texas fires football coach Tom Herman after 4 seasons

"Football coach Tom Herman has been fired after four seasons at Texas Herman was brought in to return the Longhorns to national prominence he led four bowl victories but got the team to the big twelve title game just once Herman leaves with the thirty two and eighteen record at Austin including a warning for marked versus archrival Oklahoma Herman had three years left on a guaranteed contract worth six million dollars per season Texas will be on its fourth head coach in a decade the Longhorns last won the big twelve title in two thousand nine under Mack brown I'm Dave Ferrie

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How Does the Amazon Fire TV Work?

Kim Komando

02:07 min | 2 months ago

How Does the Amazon Fire TV Work?

"Talk about the Amazon Fire TV. The little box you connect up to your TV. What are some cool things people can do with that. Okay, well, we're going to stay on the topic of Alexis Herman because That's baked into the fire TV, Whether you have the stick or the Cube or the TV so you can talk to Alexa through the remote, or you can Add your fire TV into the Alexa app and control the fire TV with with your echo or any of any of your coast. One of the things I like best about the fire TV is thanks to an update that came out with a couple of months ago. You couldn't basically turn your TV. Into an eco show of sorts. So you can say Alexis, Show me the weather and on your TV it'll it'll bring up a seven day forecast or show me who's at the front door. And if you have a video doorbell little show who is at the front door Right then so again, you know, on the surface is not a whole lot different than Row. Cool things like that, where you've got all these APS Netflix and who Lou and Disney plus and everything along those lines, But it does have a few cool features that you won't find. You know, through Alexa and everything else, but But let's talk about the security privacy. Just because just like with the echo is that Amazon's tracking everything. I mean, this is big check. This is how they're making money. Yes. So with the fire TV we already know that are smart TVs are watching our streaming services or watching so obviously tell us how how we can turn off and limit the ad tracking on the fire TV. Okay? Yeah, because the fire TV's air particularly bad about that is I think a study found that 90% of the African Get on a fire TV track you so the first thing you do when you hook it up his open the settings, look for the preferences and go to privacy. And you're gonna be looking for settings like device you usage data happy usage of data. And her interest based ads and you are going to go into all of those. Sub menus and turn those features off. Just say off off off! Alright? Just talk with them all off because they're all gonna be turned on enabled by default,

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Texas AD says Herman will remain head coach

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA programming

00:12 sec | 2 months ago

Texas AD says Herman will remain head coach

"Today's game between Cal in Washington state was canceled just hours before kickoff over covert issues. Despite the team's disappointing to into star Texas A de Cristal Conte says Tom Herman will remain the Longhorns head football

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Moby Dick part twenty three-Story of the Town-Ho, A Murderous Run-in, Featuring Jack Luna of 11:59 media - burst 2

Knight Reader

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Moby Dick part twenty three-Story of the Town-Ho, A Murderous Run-in, Featuring Jack Luna of 11:59 media - burst 2

"Cease sees the swimmer between his jaws and rearing up high with him into the sky plunged headlong again without steel ship. On the edge of the boat silent off he slackens the lines so as to drop away from the whirlpool and as he looked on calmly. We're told that he thought his own thoughts. You can decide what those are for yourself. Line and the boat was still connected to the whale and suddenly it gave him mighty tug

interview With Emily Reiser

Outcomes Rocket

04:54 min | 3 months ago

interview With Emily Reiser

"Welcome back to the outcomes. Rocket saw marquez's here. And today i have the privilege of hosting emily riser. She is the senior manager of innovation community engagement with the texas medical center. She supports clinicians and administrators at the tmc member institutions as well as hundreds of startups and other corporate partners engaged with tmc innovation. You guys have probably heard some of the healthcare entrepreneurs we've had out of the center. They're doing such incredible things in her previous role at emc she was a strategist for two tmc x. Cohorts she contributed to the redesign of the tmc axe program for twenty twenty and started the tmc alpha program for local innovators prior to joining tmc innovation. She led and venture a nonprofit organization supporting entrepreneurship training and company formation in the life sciences. She has directly contributed to business development projects with dozens of local life startups and supported the formation of four new companies. So her heart is totally in healthcare. Emily earned her bachelor's in biology from emory university and her phd in bio engineering from university focused on drug delivery for cancer immunotherapy. So you can imagine that. It's going to be a really cool conversation and emily Really really grateful that you Carved out some time to be with us today. Thanks for thanks for being outcast. Thank you so much saw so excited to be with today. Yeah and so you have such a cool experience right you've been in the healthcare startups and you know you've kind of gone pretty far in your formal education with bio engineering. And now you're in this area with this like incubating these cool really forward thinking companies that are changing the game. so what is it that Inspires your work in healthcare. I think a lot of us in healthcare are looking to have an impact on how patients are being cared for and that certainly inspires my work as well. And i always knew that i wanted to be in the healthcare space but didn't know how to do that while also making the most impact that i could so when exploring -nology that took me into research which you know if you can develop something that s- impacts you know thousands of people then really feels like you've done something meaningful to impact patient care but of course you have to pick something good you can spend your whole life Working on something. That doesn't end up doing that. And so i've moved more close to the patient closer to the bedside throughout my journey and now i have the privilege to work with folks that are directly saving lives. Impacting how how systems are ryan and making things easier for clinicians hospital administrators and then of course the patients to access the care that they need. So that's what. I love about my job right now. Is being able to work with somebody different kinds of people within the community you know. The house systems themselves clinicians entrepreneurs so every day is different but every single person is working toward making patient. Care better love that you're so mission oriented in that love their by two as you as you think about the work you guys are doing. Tmc is texas medical centers innovationlab. And so i think it's a good opportunity for folks that don't know about it to educate them about it but then after you tell us about it let us know a little bit more about how you're adding value to the healthcare ecosystem absolutely so the texas medical center is that's really interesting. Nonprofit organization that was started seventy five years ago through a gift from the md anderson foundation and we don't provide health care so we're not a health stem but we provide infrastructure that sits under md anderson texas children's houston methodist small herman and twenty one other different clinical institutions as. Well as you know. Other research institutions universities rice university of houston etc and so our role is to be the connective tissue and dr collaboration between and among all of the different institutions. So right now that looks like data that we publish every day around You can go to our website. I you and see how were clobbering across all these institutions to share updates on hospitalizations and other things that are relevant within our hospitals or doing a lot of work behind the scenes to try and make sure that everyone is cloud reading and and sharing best practices. And there's been a lot of really cool work coming out of that but five years ago we also started this great innovation initiative which combines space talent physical resources that all come together to provide different actors to entrepreneurs that can work with our health systems. And so it's an incubator. We have a partnership with johnson and johnson j. labs and body and other corporate partners to create density around making startups possible and always relevant tied back to the clinical application clinical outcomes. And

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Ryan Cabrera and WWE Star Alexa Bliss Are Engaged

Notsam Wrestling

10:56 min | 3 months ago

Ryan Cabrera and WWE Star Alexa Bliss Are Engaged

"I think that social media is a reality in this world In the world that we live in in the world of sports entertainment. And i think that we have to learn how to live with it and i think we can actually use it as a tool for example recording this on sunday and today yesterday at the time this podcast comes out. It was everywhere. Alexa bliss announces that she's engaged A lot of alexa bliss fans are so happy for her lot of alexa. Bliss fans are very sad. Because i guess they thought that alexa bliss was going to marry them until she got engaged. It was so you're saying there's a chance. I saw on the not sam wrestling discord room. Where all are not. Sam shells that are signed up to patriot. Dot com slash. Sam wrestling. That we all get to chat There were a couple of them. That were upset. That alexa was engaged because they thought that that was going to be them. Unfortunately it's not but don't worry you still got the patriot community. You still got us. Not sam shells that are there for you. it's not. it's not all bad news but it was everywhere. She posted this video of of ryan. Cabrera popstar cabrera who she's been very publicly dating Proposing tour beautiful thing. You love is a wonderful thing and seeing join in holy matrimony and become even happier is wonderful. It's one of the happiest things if you are with the right person. The day the night the evening the afternoon that you get engaged one of the happiest times ever just such an expression of joy. It's beautiful. I love it but everybody's talking about it. I mean alexa. Bliss is a huge star. You know you've got. Wwe tweeting about it. And i probably should be. It's it's a little bit absurd to ignore it. You know not only is one of the biggest stars really realistically alexa. Bliss is one of the biggest stars in. wwe male or female. She's one of the most famous people in. Wwe so you know. And this is big. Wwe is big time. Now you got sasha banks over here on the mandalorian which you see. Sasha banks one of the big another one of the biggest stars in wwe and probably the biggest tv show. that's on the air right now. You see that happening which weird. The wwe isn't making a bigger deal out of that. Like if i were. Www shouting it from the rooftops. But you've got that going on at the same time you got to cherry public engagement. You know i mean. I feel like we should let's angle for a reality show. Let's get on the phone. I was watching total balas over the weekend. And i was like you know what i miss. When they would go to wrestlemainia. I was just sitting there waiting for them to go to wrestling. Like oh wait. There is no more wrestling. And that's when. I realized that i was watching total bells for the wrestling parts. They still got daniel bryan on the show. Obviously no more john cena. They're not going to wrestling shows anymore. So it's like oh. I like the balanced. But i'm still you know living in brima to seven but they're not gonna wrestling shows anymore so yes so let's get alexa. Bliss rang cabrera. Let's get blissfully something or other. You know you got bliss already in there you you got it. But here's what. I think needs to happen now that we've acknowledged. Wwe is acknowledged it's all over wwe social media platforms. I think that you gotta lean into it. And i think that you should use it. I think that this can be a lot of fun. Especially because ryan cabrera is also a public person. Here's the way. I think this needs to go. You had this segment on raw last week. Where nikki cross is talking to alexa. And there's this acknowledgement that they used to be friends. Which i think is great. We're not pretending that the election nikki partnership never happened is a big part of. Wwe at the time you know. We're still acknowledging it and alexis doing that. Weird phony friendly like almost like i'm in a trance. Peewee herman thing and nikki cross tells her alexa you gotta pick mere the fiend and alexa. As if it doesn't bother it all goes. Oh okay. I pick him. And walks away and nikki crosses befuddled by the whole thing befuddled. I love this. I think we need to keep this going. You know i look. This is the type of stuff. I want for alexa bliss and the this is why i say. Keep the fiend away from the universal championship. Keep the fiend away from the wwe championship because these are the types of stories. You can tell you know. I think that we should go back and look at who are friends. Were in annex t the start telling those stories and have somebody come out. Go like lexi. What are you doing things. You're you're not the same person what what's happening. I pick him and you know over. The course of a couple of weeks have her abandoning oliver. All friends and then finally ryan cabrera comes out on raw and it's like real life now it's like is this alexa. Bliss is this. What's her name lexi kaufman in real life. I don't know. I only know people by their wrestling names. But is this the real alexa. Bliss from real life. is the character alexa bliss now. We're mixing everything up. Which is what we should all be doing. That's the way wrestling is at. Its best mix everything up. And you've ryan cabrera out on raw and he's like alexa. I love you and she's like i love you. Do you know like yeah. Of course it you love me. I love you. We're we're doing great and he's like well. You're not the same person i thought. When we got engaged it would shake you out of this transfer inches. I'm not in a trance. I'm just seeing things for what they are for. The first time ryan cabrera goes lexi. I need you need you to pick you. Pick me or the fiend. She's kind of taken aback. She's like i didn't realize he felt that way. Ryan that's how i feel and she's like well net case i pick him. He's like what and then you hear bumble bumble bumble and the lights go out. Eat whatever those sounds are and tom phillips going. Oh no not here that's alexa. Bliss fiance pop sensation ryan cabrera and the red lights come on and the fiend is behind ryan cabrera and ryan cabrera's looking around and he's looking at alexa bliss. I what are you doing here. Like this is our real life and then he realized he gets his goosebumps. You realize the fiend is right behind him so he turns around and the phoenix cox's head and sticks his tongue out of his mask grabs ryan cabrera vice skull dips him over gives him a kiss on the forehead and he sister abigail ryan cabrera. Alexa bliss is real life. Fiance get sister abigail an alexa bliss just standing over him smiling. I love it man. I mean i i think that why not why not. I feel like it would be good for everybody involved. Like let's let's blur the lines here guys. Let's not pretend there's two separate entities as it's happening eventually we can tell the story of how like. Oh this is so wild in my personal and blah blah blah but while it's happening muster blending these lines with blurred altogether be like. That's a real fiancee right. Yup like the best is when you're trying to explain to a non wrestling fan. What storyline and what's not storyline. And they get confused because you're a little bit confused because you're not one hundred percent sure where the lines are and who's getting worked by what maybe. wwe tweeting about this was part of the storyline. All along are they even really engaged. I don't even know anymore. I don't know anything anymore. I guess i'm just going to sit here and watch monday night. Ron finds out. Find out what happens next. Because that's the way we should be watching anyway. Just let it play out and see what happens. I would love that if that happened. I would love it if that happened. Socket in our discord room. Says i love that. Sam has cabrera taking bumps like the fiend doesn't use the middle claw. He hit the mandible claw. After maybe alexa bliss puts the mandible claw him or something like that but is taking sister abigail. I mean we are laying out ryan cabrera. 'cause i want e. news. I want entertainment tonight. I want whatever extra whatever. Entertainment shows are left on television. I want people magazine. People dot com. I want everybody posting videos of being like popstar ryan cabrera. Remember him. Well i remember. I remember will now. He's getting laid out by the fiend on monday night raw. Because here's what happens. If you have a pop star that you grew up idolizing and he's getting laid out. Here's the way that works. You get the people who don't watch wrestling to not only get a glimpse of monday night raw but they get a glimpse of the theme. The is one the most unique properties the wwe has. The fiend is the type of visual. That went a non wrestling fan watches. They go what the hell is that. I'm going to have to tune in and see what that's all about. That's one of the strengths of the fiend. And if you got footage of ryan cabrera eating a sister. Abigail and his real life fiance alexa. Bliss is looking on happily in that weird fien state. You got money bro. you got money. I hope they're already thinking in that direction. If not. i'm in text. Bruce richard because somebody has to tell them get ryan cabrera on that show and lay that out. I think it'd be great. I think it'd be great. Congratulations to the two of them. But i have to believe that ryan cabrera. Whatever time of his life. I know i would if my fiance was a wrestler and she was like hey would you mind coming to raw and having the fiend. Give you sister abigail. I'd be like number one. That's awesome number two. After the show me. I get a picture of him in full gimmick. I really wish i could do that. I really wish i mean. I wish. I wish that. I could have one of the shows that i was at the fiend was at too. I wish i could just go like hey bro. Can we take a picture with you. Still in your gimmick and not. Be a weirdo. That doesn't deserve to be backstage. Because man do. I want that picture a really really. Do

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Diamond Jim Moran

Gangland Wire

06:25 min | 3 months ago

Diamond Jim Moran

"Welcome wire-tappers out there here in this video of gang. Lenoir beautiful fall afternoon not on the golf courses afternoon folks in here getting ready to record a podcast for y'all i have the grandson of james diamond. Jim brough cada. His grandson's name is bobby. Bre qatar now bobby. Did i pronounce that close enough. Yes sir okay good. I like to say my northwest missouri nasal hillbilly kind of trying funny. What about that. I just had a comment. Somebody said always seems weird to have a guy with a southern voice. Say the word capco. Now i don't really consider southern voice to you have got northern voice to people up this guy resume shah firm chicago to him. I have a southern boy. So a hewlett you guys. Listen to bobby talk a little bit and you'll hear that salt sweet syrupy south louisiana voice. Our true southern boys right. Yeah it's a little different than new. All has its own unique accent. I've been confused being from boston. New york no. Yeah you know. I hear that now. Wow i do hear that many dollars around the city you know. Talk to different people. You can tell what part of the city from interested in so now. Let's get to the meat of this. You've written a book here recently. Called food for kings. And it's part to crime as part history in his part a recipe book cookbook. If you will food for king diamond jim. A new orleans legend now diamond. Jim mocatta was your grandfather. And there's a really interesting book folks especially if you like to cook. It's got those really great new orleans recipes in it and this guy your grandfather. Your grandpa was one of the most colorful characters in new orleans from what i've read about him. It was unbelievable. Tell us a little bit about yourself and how you got interested in doing this particular book. Okay very first of all. Thank you for having me on your show. appreciate it. earth off a married with two children in military. Over twenty years i retired in two thousand and eight and i've been aircraft mechanic for american airlines and now delta. I picked up this project after my father died and wait basically he motivated me to kind of pick up the torch and carry it. My dad was a dentist for forty years and he always wanted to do a screen. Play or movie per se. He's never do it. I have i did a screenplay originally. But i didn't go anywhere with it so i decided a couple years ago. Put a book together and kind of tell a story about my grandfather while i'm telling. The story basically blended in combination photos and recipes as i journey through his whole life. I start off when he's a childhood and carried on throughout his life until the success of his life until he died. It's a good read. It took me about eight years to go through it and do the research are did get a lot of information from father. My father ahead a manuscript he has deposition that he had put together with a attorney. Back in nineteen seventy seven. So i use all that information and took my tom everything in the book that i've talked about a kind of support it with a document and the article. Either that was given to me handed down to me or maybe that of actually found in the library found a lot of information doing the research about my grandfather in the library his life. It was pretty easy because his life was documented since he was a teenager so every time i tried to fill in the blank. Something in my father didn't pass down to me. I was able to answer all the questions that i wanted to answer about his life. You know interesting. That stuck a little bit about his early life. He fought under the name of jimmy moran which is kind of like no joy hupa in chicago took on an irish name in order to fight. I think more likely it was a lot of prejudice against italians in those days. Especially in new orleans. If you remember we go all the way back to the black hand days and they they killed the chief of police some Supposedly some black hander. Kill the chief of police in of new orleans storm to jail and hung. I dunno must have been six or eight say ends i. I can't remember exactly for sure. How many so. It would have been wise for him to fight on her an irish name. I would imagine tell me about his fight career. Let's get started. Well that was one thing. They kind of treat. My curiosity was widely. Any changes his name in the book. I did find a quote where someone asks them. Same questioned do an interview. He said he did for business reasons. But that was part of it because you gotta realize he didn't get into business opened up first restaurants on nineteen forty nine. He changed his name. I found articles where he had his name change in teens early. Nineteen hundreds. He hung around a couple of friends of his feet. Herman who's an italian pita. Golota was his last name. And the other guy. By the name of powell moran. His name was francis. Paul miranda and all of them were full blooded italian as you know and you listeners. Know that back. Then the titans will kinda frown upon. They weren't considered equal. Maybe to a lot of different even the irish whatever. So i've found out. He had changed his name one. He didn't want his mother was fighting when he was on the fighting card. You know and during the preliminaries in hours fighter. Irish name would draw big crowds for fight. A lot of people don't know new orleans was actually a big boxing city equivalent to chicago and new york but on a smaller scale of course but it was a big boxing town in a drool audit. And that's how he got to meet jack dempsey marciano. You know all those big fights back then because they came to new orleans and then he connected so his first circle of friends will all italians. pete. Herman was abandoned. Champion thinking sixty nine fights from nineteen twelve to nineteen twenty two now as far as my grandfather. He wasn't as big of a boxer as those guys. He did it for my research. Maybe about six years and then he got a little older. He got into referee in and he started refereeing. He did that until about twenty seven years old. Then that's when you up his barber shop in the open up a barber shop with a boxer front of his last name was burke in as when he got an barring after referee

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Social-Media Companies Took an Aggressive Stance During the Election. Will It Continue?

C-SPAN Programming

07:20 min | 3 months ago

Social-Media Companies Took an Aggressive Stance During the Election. Will It Continue?

"We heard leading up to the election was the role of social media companies, particularly how they monitor political discourse. That's the subject of a story by Emily Glaser TECH In Politics reporter for The Wall Street Journal. She joins us now. Thanks for joining us. I'm having So the headline of your story talks about social media companies and the aggressive stance they took. Let's start with that. How would you characterize that? Companies have been doing more and more to regulate political content over the last year or so, but we really thought and pick it up. During election weakened right beforehand, Twitter took a couple of moves to limit the spread of viral content on this platform, and to stop the spread of misinformation on Facebook and Google, Very Facebook and Twitter have been looking more moved to Rabel Post that might be misreading a pulse and then YouTube ultimate for their platforms down, wearing content back of the building, But mental election week where we saw that happening, built throttle Twitter with Regularly labeling President Trump's tweet that had an accurate information about the election and that you've been picked down some groups. What was the justification for the stepped up effort? The air in a bit of a tough position because there isn't a lot of regulation on content, moderation. So the second they find themselves calling the moves in the shop, and they don't always do it consistently, but it because there was a sense that they really wanted to have accurate information out about the recollection and President Trump had been treating Herman thank the election was rigged Question of mail in ballots and other measures. There was an effort that these tech companies had to take matters into their own hands and effort to try to prevent the spread of misinformation, inaccurate information getting out to their hundreds of millions of users. One of the things you wrote, is that the companies are being put in a position to determine what they believe is true. And what is not, in a sense, how comfortable were these companies with that approach? Not very initially backed her shore. You know, they look, CEO Mark Zuckerberg has been talking a lot about the free speech and how that's very important to him. He said that quite frequently, but we both him on. Other tech executives, including Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey consistently speak about the political content on their platforms as it got closer and closer to the U. S election, and I think it finally had a turning point in the election week. I'm certainly after The Associated Press and other media outlets called the presidential race for from the vice President Joe Biden, now president elect, and we've yet to see President Trump. Conceded the race. And so even though for some, the election is over on the social platforms, it is still happening, and they're still trying to trying to figure out what moves they need to make so that their users are getting accurate information. Well, thanks for the lead up to that, because what the process now I guess where do they go from here? Well, we've reported today that Facebook and Google plan to continue banning political ads under platforms several weeks to prevent confusion about election. Results. That's according to people familiar with the matter in an e mail that we reviewed. They actually told advertisers and email Wednesday morning that it would continue the postelection ban on political ads for another month, and I'll just quote they said quote, while multiple sources have protected presidential winner. We still believe it's important to help prevent confusion or abuse on our platform. I might also add that Twitter's measures to limit the spread of ire ality are so continuing and our understanding is with Brazil municipal elections coming up later this month there no plan to On teams those measures yet and what I think we're all waiting for How long these changes that you need the platform that means specifically around addressing her algorithms and pulling down spread of potentially viral information, and it doesn't look like anything is immediate from our reporting, but they're also Not necessarily permanent move because of the resources, the manpower and on the fact that usually these companies take global approach isn't and this isn't a global post right now. It's pretty specific to the US election. I was gonna ask you when you when these companies take a look at monitoring this type of content isn't a breakdown equally of human resource is and computer algorithms to one does one way outweigh the other Generally, how does that work? What a great question. I wish I had a perfect answer for that. But we actually don't know too much because the companies don't share a whole lot about exactly what they're doing on the back end. That's something that a lot of disinformation researchers who are eager to try to measure whether you know their labels have much impact or weather slowing down the fire ality or changing algorithms. You know how that works, and whether it's helpful or not. And we can't really peek under the hood. Yet we did see the book put out a post earlier this week where it actually said 6% of their users information political on their platform, and it was the first time folks have seen that so we got kind of drips and drabs. Every now and then. Twitter has a little it does share it. If the FBI's the researchers can be a little bit more there. But generally we don't know the specifics of the moves that they're taking and how they were precisely. And so there isn't that much out there for the public, or even researchers who specialized on this topic to see or measure So one of the trends stemming from the election in light of what you're talking about is a growth in the interests of the social media site parlor and similar types of sites. What's the interest there? Why is their attention being paid to these sites? Well. Parlor was started about two years ago. And I kind of picture of itself is a free speech platform. We saw folks that were Trump supporters move over there, including a number of Republican lawmakers like Senator has head crews and others earlier this year, and it got even more attention when there was some They're reporting that President Trump and his campaign had talked about whether they could shift over there, giving the additional move that Twitter has been making soon after they started labelling his post in the middle of this year. So recently, parlor was actually one of the top. Download the free app that pretty much exploded in the past couple days. And at one point a few days ago. The platform is actually down because so much usage and so we're seeing a number of people move over the parlour and other friends, social media networks who feel that they are either being censored or that there isn't a natural flow of speech, and they can't They want to be able to say what they want to say and do what they want to Dio. And find that they might be moving other popular to get their. However, I would note that these platforms yourself action of the size of Facebook and Twitter. They don't have the same security measures, and so there's a lot to be desired. But there's

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Atlanta-based UPS relaxes policy restricting employee beards, long hair

Herman Cain

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Atlanta-based UPS relaxes policy restricting employee beards, long hair

"Atlanta based delivery giant looks to become more diverse. In addition to lifting its ban on facial hair ups will also allow hairstyle such as Afros and braids. The Wall Street Journal reports the company is changing other gender specific rules. In an effort to celebrate diversity. The changes mainly applied to delivery drivers who we see in public every day and not employees who sort packages and load trucks. UPS updated its policies after getting feedback from employees and comes not long after the company hired its first female chief executive Bill Koto, 95.5 WSB As we take a look at the WSB market

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Oregon becomes first state to legalize magic mushrooms as more states ease drug laws in 'psychedelic renaissance'

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

05:50 min | 4 months ago

Oregon becomes first state to legalize magic mushrooms as more states ease drug laws in 'psychedelic renaissance'

"Tuesday was also a good night for more relaxed drug laws. Voters in Arizona, Montana, New Jersey in South Dakota, all legalized recreational marijuana. South Dakota also approved medical marijuana, and so did Mississippi. In Oregon voters approved some of the biggest drug policy rollbacks in the nation, They overwhelmingly approved an initiative to decriminalize all drugs. That includes cocaine, heroin and meth doesn't mean that these drugs are now legal just that if you're caught with small amounts, you probably won't go to jail or again also became the first state to legalize magic mushrooms but only used in licensed therapy settings here to talk about these measures, and what they mean is Herman Lopez, senior correspondent for Fox. Focused on criminal justice, guns and drugs High Hi. Thanks for having me. Well, have you let's begin with Oregon? And why did voters overwhelmingly, it appears approved this measure. So for years now, I think we've heard particularly from Democratic politicians this call to end the war on drugs and what that really means For a lot of people based on the support for this initiative, at least Is ending the criminal justice system's role in the war on drugs like making this a public health issue, something that's dealt with that and addiction treatment in hospitals and so on, but not through prison and jail and that Is essentially what drove this initiative not which not only decriminalizes drugs, but also puts redirects some state money to more treatment. And I guess it's a particular problem in drugs or problem everywhere. But Oregon has a particularly bad problem. I mean, pretty much every play every state in the US at this point, unfortunately, has some level of drug problem with the opioid epidemic and also just alcohol, misuse and addiction is really skyrocketed over the past few years. So unfortunate. I don't think Oregon's alone where Oregon was particularly bad, I think is that actually had pretty low levels of funding for addiction treatment on and that's one of the things that this initiative now seeks to fix. But it still is a NY Eyebrow razor, right When you see the headlines decriminalized all drugs. Do you think that this could change the drug conversation and the rest of the country? Yeah. I mean, it's toughly eyebrow raising. I mean, 10 years ago, Ah, no state in the country had legalized marijuana. And now some states are decriminalizing all drugs now granted marijuana legalization is allow sales, which, as you mentioned, this won't allow. But Yes, it's it's a big step and activists. I've talked to them, especially since they saw so much support in Oregon are hoping to like, Take this two more states across the country to really give way to that slogan, too. And the war on drugs. Well, let's talk about this other measure in or again to legalize certain uses of psilocybin magic mushrooms. Tell us about that. So there have been some studies showing that if you used these kind of like psychedelics and supervised setting, so there would be somebody like a trained facilitator, guiding you through essentially a hallucinogenic trip. Um, it can help some people he studies have been small, but they've helped people with PTSD, for example, with end of life anxiety. Some of the earlier studies were about people who have like terminal cancer and are really anxious. Like I think most of us would be about dying and It really helps essentially put thes people at ease to help them that there's lots of Interesting things in the research showing like some people find the spiritual connection. Some people just their brain to start thinking about these issues differently, regardless of what it is. It seems to work. And that's essentially what organ is now going to try to do is like in the supervised setting, so it's not going to be like a medical marijuana dispensary where you can go home with a bag of pot or whatever. But if you in the supervised sentence, you will be guarded. The really stripped you will essentially be able to use Psychedelics legally. And it's only mushrooms, though right, not LSD, or is it both? It's just so sad that that's what most of this research has focused on for lots of reasons, but So both the American Psychiatric Association and the Oregon Psychiatric Physicians Association opposed this measure. Why So I think one of the things that makes this one A bit tricky for medical folks in particular, is like we already have a process nationally for approving medications. That's the FDA regulatory process, like things go through clinical trials, and they're eventually approved. And unlike medical marijuana, say, 25 years ago. They're these drugs actually are already on clinical trial like that are already on that track. It's possible that regardless what Oregon did hear these medications could have been approved for national youth in a few years, and they're so likely to the FDA still overseeing those clinical trials. We're moving along. So I think that's that's a big obstacle here is like to put this in front of state voters. It's certainly an unusual way to approve medications, and one of the reasons that happened with marijuana was largely because The FDA was stifling research. But in this case that's not happening, So I think the argument is a bit different this time around. Okay. And then, as I mentioned earlier, several states passed recreational marijuana use and medicinal use. So where are we now across the country when it comes to legalizing weed. So 15 States have now legalized weed. Ah, and they've legalized sales. DC has on ly legalized possession, meaning it's kind of like a equalization model where you can't be arrested. But you also just don't even face a fine. But D. C has not legal ourselves who was blocked by Congress from doing so.

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"herman" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

03:41 min | 6 months ago

"herman" Discussed on Fore Play

"There is a you've never had a Gaddi before the first time. It is super awkward because we're like we're closer to the CADDY's than we are to people that deserve to get caddies. True. So like who am I to have this person at first? It's like, why are they doing all these things for me a guy? I do that's true. I do remember being very uncomfortable when I I had a caddy because I like you are more in tune more depth to doing everything yourself and then you're like, no no. Like I almost wanted to carry the bag for him. I was like, no no no, we'll do it. All right. It is uncomfortable the first time but I knew what they were probably going to do going into it unlike Mike who just sounds like he was born literally. Skirt, seeping I've even. Before their double bagging I've just been. I bag over here like don't worry about it. I'll carry. To meet carrying a bag is really it's nothing Kinda. You know you just throw it over shoulder I mean, obviously it's a lot of carry. Poles but like it's no big deal and I'm happy to help honestly it's about fun and like if you have a great counties, just add whatever. Like if it's easier on them, it makes their day more enjoyable. What a somebody brought up somebody said Mattie Fits Matt Fitzpatrick earlier and I just want to say that he's paired up with tiger woods at the northern trust. So that'll be it's him tiger in don't tally the defending champ John Deere classic or but that'll be that'll be a cool day for Matty fits that I'm excited Maddie, fits would say the. Foreplay, guys say what up or something like that or he is. So fucking not even close to being confident with tiger woods to ever say something like that or what have you brought up like that four play video Dale's guys are fucking hilarious like some crazy just stepped in tigers brain. I. Could see him doing it but I wouldn't want to like ask him. About natural, you know I was saying it here in if that asking him just maybe he hears about his buddies like Yo you gotta bring up four play next week. This. Four man scrambles. She. What do you think about? You'll take those guys I and the? Dust Them I got so speaking about it. That's I'm really glad you brought it up I just sent him a quick Chechen said interesting pairing this week with the eyes of Oji. He said Yeah I. Don't think I played with Dylan records it's going to be interesting to see his. Guy So. fucking. Cool. At one of the guys that we are like fucking boys with and like is our age and like is like a young fucking tiger fan is playing with tiger woods at his jacked up. He's probably. So fucking Jack to play there. Very good. So we kind of June own little bit. You know back and forth and he goes because I'm GONNA. Let you There's a there's plenty of material with with Dylan brutality sleeves I'm gonNA check those things out, and then he goes hoping the Third Guy Group doesn't hold us up. But yeah. Imagine get Matt. You pair Tiger Woods I. Mean it's pretty good. They've excited. So So be fun to watch. They'll be on the feature group coverage, which is great because I do not like when it is the feature group coverage with. Tiger and like the other guys are or you know somebody that you don't care about I, love what? It's one of our guys that we don't typically. See their entire round Yep It was cool to see kids. I think Saturday this past week was on the feature group coverage. We got to watch his entire around. We'll get to see all mattie fences. So it's cool and like usually I'm upset when they cut away from Tiger in the Future group like what the hell are we doing here but now a good chunk of it's GonNa be. Matic. which is going to be very exciting Okay. We got a couple of interviews. So we're GONNA throw it to Jim Herman. We got shooter mcgavin as well. Reminded that the golf yes it is in full swing. It's the perfect time to get out on the course the best way to do it the way to.

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"herman" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

07:57 min | 6 months ago

"herman" Discussed on Fore Play

"Amusing and. Stuff? Like that is what we need. To. Gamut Goal Nice to be your boys congratulations on all that you're doing as. Mediocre as it is at the LACI this year I'm very much thinking so I don't. That people together. Thank you. Brag dumped butter knife my wed off. Newer, younger him or. Barstool Sports Tigers had the three factor. One fusion we welcome in from Barstool Sports, rigs, and Trent guys welcome to the show or play Barstool sports playoff time. It's Fedex Cup playoff time we got TV see Boston the northern trust in the northeast, which is where we are. So it's always cool when they come up this way origin I live in the Boston area for a long time socks that they can't have the fans especially because they do the the rotation. Now instead of a staple every year because they kinda limited the playoffs and cut it down to three from four, and that seems like a decade ago they did that because the whole world has changed. So dramatically since then I also was thinking listening jt talk about. Participating in the playoffs and get into the fedexcup and get into the to east, Lake to the to the tour championship and just forgot that they start site under bar leading fucking thing The fact that we did that last year that they're going to continue to do it. So it is playoff time There's there's a lot to get to a lot to cover. We got big show to we have Jim Herman on the show who the most recent winner all the PGA story just one on Sunday at the Wyndham Championship. We talked a lot about his hilarious stats of being. Only, the finishing only in the top twenty five twice in the last two seasons both he just one and we get into his career, he played with kids. The first two rounds chirps gives a little bit about how short he hits it. He's one of the few players. So it's a good interview with Jim Harmon who's coming off fresh off a win, and we also got shooter bucket gap. We had Chris McDonald WHO's hilarious. He loves the shooter character About Happy Gilmore we talk about UK, twenty one coming up, they put a meteorologist Emma, JT and who's who's the wrap around these cues. There you go. Is the MS Amiss in the mid I forgot he loved the man you love the Ms. So shooters on the damn show and he just leaned right into shooter. We have about a half hour with him. It's very, very funny when you talk about the making of the movie and the origins and how it's become a cultural kind of iconic movie especially with Golf. So it's fun recruiter. It's Jim Hermit I really appreciate I really appreciate that same with Brian Baumgartner where you've got these guys who have iconic. Pop culture roles, and they lean into it. They don't lean away from it because you know there are people who are famous for certain roles who don't lean into it and it's like come on and that's like you're saying but Christopher McDonnell is the exact opposite. He loves being shooter mcgavin knows that's a big part of who he is and he really does lean I appreciate that you have. Two people that don't do it are assholes like that's why you are rich and famous is because you played a role incredible and also like imagine being mad that people typecast like, Oh, you're you're you're movie was so popular in your role was so good that people can only know you as that. That just means that you were extremely successful in that movie I hate people that I'll be like. Do other stuff like don't call me that. Is Jason Alexander one I feel like he's he gets. He gets upset about George. Costanza. When people kinda typecast them that way I can't. I think I think there was the arc in curb your. where it was like where he talks about like I'm sick of being George. George I'm more than George but yeah. I think that was a costanza tight rice I was thinking that too right. All Levels through a but there are. But. There are actors and actresses for sure who resent being icon characters and I can sort of see it because you're like I. Am more than that. But just do what works shooter mcgavin iconic the fucking finger pistols which we get into just embrace it people love it. Those, are coming up. They're they're great interviews and shooter was shooter. He's just the fucking voice hearing his voice is Chaz as laugh out loud funny because. You've you've quoted a thousand times, the memes videos, the movie, which one of those eludes throat, whatever it's on DVD you have to watch it. You can't really happy Gilmore's I'm GonNa put the thing now you're locked in for a couple of hours because happy Gilmore's not good and conic. So we also had maybe the most technical trouble with him of all time and we saw him for like ten minutes and then he was just like we'd start it and we beg shooters here and he and you'd hear like slip into the shooter boys like like choke on that one, but then it would it would. It would like go. And then we guy you back he's like, yeah. But back in the IRA, this is a fucking nightmare. So we ended up just having him call him but I would've loved to see him because he slipped into the shooter voice. So many times that have loved to see his face facial expressions and actually doing the guns and the pistols. But like we ended up having to call him because it was, it was a Goddamn nightmare trying to get that thing to begin. To is going in and out so much that he'd be like, no, it's fine. Now I can see you guys clearly know but like in in eight seconds just it's just not going to be clear. That the whole time where producer Jake was trying to give him the number it was crystal clear like four K. Internet where the whole time it was just completely fine. But then anytime, we tried to fire the interview again, it would go crazy. Yeah it was it was the toughest time we've had on zoom during quarantine by we had to read him a number to call to the podcast and it was like a forty. Seven digit number it was like you had to call a number and then like we didn't know if he was hitting the plus one and and then finally he had to get once he called the number then we had to quickly give him another set of like nine digits and then hit a pounds on and at one point he we finally got him to do it and then he just hit the call button. Hit the pound. He's like, okay we got a restart that whole thing again. I, just I wanted to crawl underneath my couch and never come back up at that moment. Eventually. Called it I know that was that. The markets where it was bad because we have to tell him to leave the simulator was in were like I like it's a cool cute idea you're in there but the Wifi is horrible I gotta get out of there and he's like I. Walked out. Any walk through his castle to talk to him about golf which was cool. But we shooter and we have Jim Herman. So stay tuned those interviews coming up in a few minutes owens. Now Talk to you about talking about the transfusion. Weekends coming up you're going to fired up you're going to be wanting to play some golf those summer or weekends are Kinda dwindling. So you got maximize if you got to get the best, you can out of I don't know if that was like a wind tunnel somebody who just entered or something but I heard it any who, I took a deep breath our frankly for. Here that was just a deep breath. Y- I don't even know how much I don't even know how much xl there was more of like a deep within. Stressful the. Stressful night last night but it's fine. Down is fine those of us. But finish this owns read before you to start on the other. Hand. So then talking to say, no, we actually have a talking. Just. One little thing that came up was just like anything has better and it still has a lot of times which now with the covert and the bubble yet you have to practice and for an EPA game, the islanders has got the practice lot. They had it that have an eight am wake up for an alien game so Hungry Though about the drink, we gotta get you a cocktail kitchen. Nice refreshing. Barstool transfusion by Owens Scott the perfect mix and combination of ginger ale grape juice put will vodka their frankie take the edge off won't be in your mind point your hair out about practice slots and whatever the.

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"herman" Discussed on Here We Are

Here We Are

02:23 min | 6 months ago

"herman" Discussed on Here We Are

"Thanks for enjoying this show, we are continuing much like making the animation of the theme song we're continuing to make more and more improvements as time goes on, and this is all building toward getting to add video. After quarantine when I'm once again interviewing of my academics person going from university to university I, want you guys to see the campus the labs that I'm touring the offices that the academics are in when I when I actually get to participate in in a study it's going to really set this apart from any other podcast out there. Sure. There's a lot of. Fancy. Looking podcast with slightly better coroner's of a room that they set up to make their production quality look a little better but this is just the this is US just building toward something special unlike anything anyone else is doing out there I have about one year to figure out all of the editing and equipment and everything else that I'll need. And to get enough people watching this new youtube channel to make it worth the time effort and money to invest in that. So thanks for supporting on patron and. Enjoy the show? I. Hope this. What I mean to say is sometimes I hit stop and then record and then other times I just show you guys say hey, sometimes I'm just a human being saying the wrong thing at the end of an episode not quite sure how to end it but might I direct you to your favorite PODCAST APP APP TO watch the first time Herman Pont. Sur was on the show from. There I did it got it all out the information. We fumbled our way through it. I. Hope You fumble your way back here for the next episode have great, week?.

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"herman" Discussed on The Esports Minute

The Esports Minute

01:32 min | 7 months ago

"herman" Discussed on The Esports Minute

"Leagues. Cherbourg were building top line chairs for. Before eastwards ever existed. Herman Miller made an eastwards entry a few months back by partnering with complexity, an industry dominated by racing style bucket seats branded for Gamers Herman. Miller's eastwards entry really shook things up this week. They added to new sports organizations in announced a product in partnership with Logitech the product is called the embody gaming chair for the low low price of fifteen hundred dollars. One of these chairs can be yours as well. It certainly not cheap and was mean to bid on twitter when announced, but for sports organizations they're flocking to this new chair edition. Complexity will tsm in the San Francisco shocked back by energy, chose the new embody gaming chair as their official choice, according to their release from Tsm players had actually working with Herman Miller for two years well before the company, it publicly moved into sports to design the perfect chair for gamers compared to gaming chairs Herman Miller over few important options. Mini gaming chairs do not. Most. Importantly is adaptability racing style. Bucket seats are just not ideal for a lot of gamers and being able to Morphou Chair to fit. Your body is more important than any particular feature of the chair itself for longtime gaming chair brands like secret laboratory x Racer. They have to be sweating a bit with the embody gaming chair. They aren't really not much dangerous. Fifteen hundred dollars is more than almost any gamer will be willing to spend on a chair, but as Herman Miller grabs eastwards, organizations works to create other products with less upfront cost. Gaming chairs finally have some major competition. It's about time.

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"herman" Discussed on The Storyteller

The Storyteller

06:36 min | 9 months ago

"herman" Discussed on The Storyteller

"If we're are named not found in everlasting eternity that means a go to hell ever letting punishment is to have them and lose share written down Sam Herman you're in everlasting eternity. And My name won't be finding that when she to escort you come to my ever. Electing Eternity you'd be started crying. Show cry show. Happy cry but before you pass your. He showed. Wipe all your tears. Well not quite get no more turn he. Nt Son duties just for you and he sent towards she nurse. That's how he hang on a crush worry and he opened the door for as eternity. It's just Jesus is I to we the truth and the life comes onto the father but by Jesus Christ our Lord. When she she was handling a crush he paid a cost. You ever seen that song seen can now were and tear their got love so much urs he sent descend to die on a cross just for me and for you and for all of us. I tell you this much one one thing one night here right here in my home house. I slept real good and I opened my ice at my green i. She lied to people. Walk non brought to way so many and I turn my head Tudor. Right there worship. Jesus put Tash hands out and narrow disarrary narrow I remember in the Bible tells us Rhodesia very narrow toward hierarchy and broadish the way whitest that were and I look at Ted those people. They were so much noisy hollering crying. I look good. still red. I watched it a rich time when digging into the appear just dropped Holler Could and I turned around. I better go to dish narrow way and Jesus Welcome home show have be and I talked to my wife when I got. If the my dream didn't finish identing Beat up so do I show beautiful. I assure low don't want to go with the people corn through the Broadway white wrote but I when I get up first thing. I talked to her. I says you knew what I germ about heaven and hell keep gone earthly that dude destination they going to be but believe on the Lord. Jesus Christ and Dowse. Lb Save. Sarah some some people the looking for something that signed like using their i-e-she the loop porter sign. How can they be safe? But the Bible tells us if you believe in the Lord Jesus Christ and Dowse he'll be safe dowse forever lasting eternity. There's no other way Sam's right. There is no other way. People may say there are many paths to God. But that's not what God says. He tells us that are wrongdoing. Separates us from him and that there's only one provision for this the death of his son? Jesus Christ and so Jesus paid our sin debt by dying on the cross only. He could do it because he had no sin himself then. God showed. His perfect. Justice was satisfied by raising Jesus from the dead. That's God's plan for saving US my friends. There is only one way. Jesus said I am the way the truth and the life. No one comes to the father except through me what you put your trust in Jesus and be saved. If you have any questions or comments you can write to us at the storyteller. Po Box one thousand and one the MSCI MINNESOTA five six six one nine. That's the storyteller. Po Box one thousand and one BEMIDJI MINNESOTA five six six one nine. Our phone number is eight. Seven seven seven six six four six four eight. That's eight seven seven seven six six four six four eight. Our web address is without reservation DOT COM. Thanks for listening and Remember. The greatest story took place at the. Cross for the wages of sin is death but the gift of God is eternal life through. Jesus Christ our Lord. My friends there are more amazing stories to tell so. Be Sure to join US AGAIN. Next time as we listen to the storyteller..

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"herman" Discussed on The Storyteller

The Storyteller

07:29 min | 9 months ago

"herman" Discussed on The Storyteller

"Steig good day. Welcome my friends to the storyteller. You'll find first nations people from across native North America who are following Jesus Christ without reservation. Today we'll hear more from SAM. Herman a Djukic who grew up on Nunavik Island Alaska. We pick up where he left off sharing about how he was shot in a boat and how that turned his heart toward God. One counter which one of my partners are shooting. Birds Georgia and night turnaround. Back doesn't have no shotgun look at one. It didn't have nurse Hatton and then finally corn right we right alongside both our start going to. I can assateague then. Are that older man named Peter Schmitz. He groped me just before go overboard. He grabs me and he holler into our ARCOT sought clower. Wouldn't it be blamed what we GONNA do? And he's a he's she's a Christian. That Peterson me. And he started praying in White hee-choon. He started praying after he put me in. In amid of the boat prayed really hard. We wish all always tears asking Clark what do we know what to do? St Find Out cut wounded on the site. I know we're GONNA be blamed. He prayed and then see a man. And NIECES YOU'LL BE OKAY. You'll be okay. We were asked. God Almighty God to heal you. We ten horse. It's not fast enough. Go on twenty two foot long wooden boat and we travel and get into my parents and my dad start Kayak paddle with. I think he should much Patrick ten horse and in that time. There's hardly any planes goes down to the island who are wasting Novak Island and then we're Nc L. before they turnover to Alaska Airlines. And she'll the plane came in be called the just ahead. Emergency over here. Neater need a plane ride away and that plane cut prop on the back length China water and nick. The plane came in and took me to the best house bill. And that time there's only one doctor in missile and foreigners Somali La Hospital. I've been stood there in hospital New Year and my Doctor. Ish resum doctor. He's really could and they didn't have not not too many Loose stuff like today when the show show my sight it really hurt but I try not to Holler that time. High starting may be Give me warn warning in after debt I keep on going regular for church coalition to the gods short and finally I e with to or for myself and if I keep on going by the WORL- ways out be ended up the object. We were wrong way because of that preacher preaching about Heaven Hell Heaven and hell are. We are a mediator. Just she between if we believe on our cheese crashed will be down to hell. If I die in the Indus. Were everything what you. Weren't you cut food? Hugest grab. He'd there's a copy you drink coffee. Everything free in your home but if you go down to the hell they'll be nothing absolutely nothing. No food no water just joining fire when we hit our body who salil match burns and after you can feel it burns on your body. Your whole body feels and eight. Did you ever try match Bernie and tried to burn yourself? No we don't cannot do twi come to my mind. I believe Jesus Christ were were. You couldn't go. But if I believe when Lord quiche Christ OUTTA BE SHAVING BEAUTIFUL LEASE NO SCHICK. No pain just like when you do not get new headache or something says sickness you think about the hospital and get some kind of seek miskel non. Come into your speed you come. I think about ospital multi like that a thrown to have toxic. Everything what I want but that will not bring me back but believe on Lord. Jesus Christ I'll be going up in the last last day the people of the world you and die everyone of us will be standing in front of the one.

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"herman" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

Leadership and Loyalty

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"herman" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

"They actually just day make the past. They instincts really just do it so to lean into those instincts when you want to say something when you want to do something do it like say it. So if you're in this this can come down to like if you're at the coffee shop and you notice that the person behind the counter has a pair of really nice glasses. Say That don't fall into the trap of insured over. I'm shy just say just like a really like your glasses. There's there's nothing creepy about that. I say to people all the time. I'm actually. I think I'm world class at complementing because I love delegate blow that because it can I mean you can see people start levitating in their shoes just because someone noticed something about them and to your point you would know this. What's one of the things that is fundamental poison that sort of seeps into most people's lies it's this most people don't feel like they're seen most people don't feel like they're seeing that they're noticed and when you're that one person who actively like? I love being the person that walks on the planet who's actively seeking out ways that I can complement say hi to someone. Wow I really like your dress really like your shoes. Man Like just random comments and whether they WANNA feel uncomfortable. That's on them. I don't need to. I'm not going to put everyone on the psychologist's couch in China. Like give them therapy. Because it's coming from a good place so find that instinct and say it as a great piece of practical advice. I encourage people all the time to to say the thing have the difficult conversation and difficult doesn't mean confronted often. It's difficult because you are uncomfortable. Having it like you said Saying I love. You may be very uncomfortable but it actually. Maybe the thing that saved you for in marriage and I fully agree with you. The human beings are wired for for security and safety and the EGO mind of evaluates same with safe therefore if it's the same idea the same I'll be safe and we're GONNA have to do. Is you have to embrace different to expand sage Allah embrace different to expend safe. That's great because if you didn't you'd still be wearing a diaper of forty five and living in your mom's house atmosphere you. You had to expend into your discomfort to make your comfort zone bigger. And that's how you become safer in a big big big big world and that's what allows you and I to do the work that we do love it so those are some. Those are some great nuggets right. They're expanding into your discomfort. You can find more safety or expanding into one that you said before that expanding into your Not Sameness Samna. So so we. We think that same and safe are equivalence. Not Ego mind. Says they are so the only way to get the only way to expand what is safe is to step into the uncertainty to second get up into the vast -ness of that and then what happens is your safety becomes bigger. Yeah yeah that's great. Thank you please tell our listeners of yours where they can find out more about you all the wonderful resources the haven't how they can find out more about your book and all those kinds of things. Yeah I mean my home based on the inner wooden interwebs is Todd Herman Dot me. So Todd Herman Dot me so links to like social all the different kind of programs in tools that we've got available for people in kind of corporate and sports worlds and everything else is alright there and Yeah you know pigmy tag me reach out. Love to hear from people fabulous will again. This has been a pleasure on my friend. Thank you so much I. It's been awesome having you here. Hope you'll stay with us to the end event for you. Do Not Remember. You can hang out with other conscious leaves and chat about this episode or any past episodes by going to facebook or leaning groups the.

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"herman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"herman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The merits or were men I DO Herman saw herself in those numbers she wrote about it online she joins us now from our member station Casey B. X. in San Luis Obispo Herman thanks so much for being with us thank you so much for having me Scott you have been mayor of San Luis Obispo that beautiful city since twenty sixteen can you tell us what some of what you've been through the types of things I have experienced are comments on my looks whether the sexualized nature or body shaming and those types of things comments on my economic status calling me for example trailer trash I had raised my kids as a single mom and as a house cleaner really disparaging that type of background calling me stupid crazy fat you know all of those things that women unfortunately are still having to deal with in twenty twenty have you developed Marmon any kind of working philosophy as to what's behind these attacks I think part of it is that I show up in the world from a very feminine place you know I think that we've seen women in any position of leadership over the last you know several decades really feel that pressure to come into their roles from the masculine and with all the contentiousness it's in the culture I think that mayors because we are local and those of us that are women in particular are we're really bearing the brunt of the toxicity that's been in many ways created by the federal administration what have you and the police had to take steps to protect your about three hours after I made this initial post sharing my personal experience with all of the vitriol on social media a man entered my office and jumped over our security wall assaulted my staff and had to be taken down by my city manager who fortunately has many years of martial arts experience and was able to handle the situation beautifully everyone is is okay but the office is traumatized and you know I would say a huge distraction from the real work of the people of this community when we have to take time out to take care of ourselves because of these types of attacks may I ask if it was the assailant local did he have a message was he deranged or or what he is coming in the form I think of what would be legally in traditionally called a Stocker he has romantic fascination I guess you would say with me most of the comments that I see online have that duality of sort of a sexualized violence to it even if they're not overt threats of actual violence you see comments that are sort of she's cute but stupid you know she's hot but she's destroying the town so there seems to be this real compulsion to tie those two things together you know which is been I think happening for women for maybe centuries I'm sure there are a believer a record number of women in the US Congress number of big city mayors today who are women mayor Harmon do you have any concern that accounts like these might end and some level discourage women from getting involved as candidates I have that awareness because I've heard that explicitly shared by young women and girls who have said exactly that you know I could never do what you do it's too intense I couldn't handle the criticism and the and the tax and all of that and you know I just want to say that you know there's a huge difference between robust thoughtful critical truly curious sort of dialogue that is solution oriented people can disagree without being disagreeable but we really don't need electives with sicker scans we need electors with bigger hearts you know that are willing to be vulnerable and sensitive to people in the issues there so much hope and there's so many great examples of women in particular and other folks trans people like center that are coming up and really taking their space sharing their voice and I hope that the people that are listening to this today will not hear this story and think wow I could never do that but instead here the story and say hi I think I could do that and be a part of creating communities that can move away from this contentiousness and instead create a more beautiful world mayor Heidi Harman of San Luis Obispo California good luck thank you so much.

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"herman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"herman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Estate weather reports matter because Herman's how. You dress for the day the information that matters to you on KOA NewsRadio Car Yes And, say This is coast to coast AM.

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"herman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"herman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Now Herman Cain news ninety six point five Back to the Herman Cain Jones Thank you. For joining us via last show WSB cra- river We all I just decided to hang up my headphones and focus on my digital assets at Herman Cain dot com video and audio. And commentary so don't miss it because we start the new format. On, Monday now acid is not here today because there's a special project that she has been involved in and it comes to. Fruition today, Jane bees not really sure about the details of the, community project but it is a very. Worthy project you're throwing me under? The, bus yeah I'm throwing you under. The bus I can do that on the. Last day Ashley's worked very hard for the the build for. Devan project that's what. Bill, for oh I know It was the football player from another school that got hurt at a UGA game right and. People in Georgia wanted, to raise money to help him, because he became parallels, to build a, house for him that's what they're doing actually is today and so sharing recorded her goodbye to the show so. You can play it now Shane Herman I want to congratulate you on so many years of broadcast excellence. Broadcast entertainment you've inspired so. Many people you've made so many people laugh and cry that's what. Made, you radio show so different I think was how relatable you were to folks and we saw the real side of you. With the, stories about your family and your stories of survival and, just everything you would experience in the. Business world I'll never forget actually? The, first time I met you I. Worked with Shane not every night but a. Couple of nights a week when they had me and hear. Part time answering phones. For, your nighttime Mm show and we're all together in, the evenings on Monday through Monday through Friday on WSB only and, I, just, thought you know I'm I'm gonna meet you on day and you're, always very. Nice very kind very patient to me and I was in the traffic. Center doing evening traffic reports and. I had, my back, to the door and I just finished a traffic report and you came up to the midtown station I guess for a meeting or maybe you were doing the show live in the studio that night. And all I heard, was this deep voice over my, shoulder going Hello Ashley,.

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"herman" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"herman" Discussed on WSB-AM

"And am seven fifty wsb depend on it there's a dangerous dangerous welcome back to the herman cain show i'm your hosts monica matthews a female weighing in on on that scotus pick i was about to say the decision and what could be what a lot of you some of your disappointed let me say this because about this choice because you feel like it was too moderate and then you've got the whole unhinged left who believes that nothing we ever do in this presidency will ever amount to anything i mean you could literally open the borders and i swear there would be something wrong with that so yeah so here we are the day after and i'm so honored to be here to actually have a female voice on this particular subject matter as a conservative as a christian as a mama as a minister and as someone who understands that people make choices that are not always life bearing and as a political consultant and so i see the craziness and go well yeah you know this is a chess game this this this didn't just creep up on us in this administration this has been an infiltration long time coming in most of us have just woken up to the holy crap of it all because we finally have a president who's not playing diplomacy the way that we're accustomed to it being played i think you know and i said before the break something that's going to help us i love the juxtaposition right there in route and just coming back with that crazy lunatic screaming about what are we gonna do you know i've never seen a culture so infatuated with their own genitalia just drives me nuts i'm like reward the little kids who always had your hands down your pants i'm just so confused and it's old it is so old is a female i cannot tell you how old it is you do not speak for me you do not speak for me as a woman most of these crazy women do not speak for most of us women who are winning of order and decency they just don't but i love this because i also said well with the music that we came back with it was like really super chill and that's what i'm calling my audience to do is just kind of find your peace baby because this is only gonna get worse and and you you have got to take your piece he's times because the lawlessness is abounding and we all know what happens when that happens our hearts are going to be tempted to wax called and we cannot afford to do that because what happens when that happens you become apathetic which is largely how we got here a lot of you are disgruntled as hell you're not showing up during your primaries that's evident and how many of you are like will be at the beach so i can't make it that runoff well send it in you have zero excuse so if you're one of the people sitting around complaining and moaning and groaning about everything you see going on and you're not involved in your midterm elections just turn your passport in i mean go go move somewhere else if you don't wanna be a part of the solution seriously like i'm just fed up with it all but i love my colleague erik erikson because if you're ever looking for facts man that's where you won't find it and this is what he had to say about last night there are maybe seven or eight judges in the entire federal judiciary who influenced the thinking of the us supreme court who aren't on the supreme court he's one of those people elena kagan hired him justice kennedy hired him he has influenced the thinking of antonin scalia and clarence thomas on gun rights he's essentially the intellectual father of the second amendment for the current generation of there's no way the united states senate can't get the votes.

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"herman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"herman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Work on time i'm ed torrence news ninety six point five wdbo now herman cain news ninety six point five this is your host herman cain thank you for joining us because you know we're going to tell you the truth go to give you the facts because we want you to be better informed that inspired to help make this a better united states of america as we approach the two hundred and forty second birthday of our independence maybe i have a little did you know for you oh goody goody goody it probably didn't i'm gonna learn something did you know when john adams dad do i know when he died do you know we need that oh no i don't know eighteen twenty six i should've known that july fourth do you know did you know when thomas jefferson that i'm gonna guess july fourth what year well i that good this is why i'm asking you this they both died on the same day is that so and same year really and they both had been president of the united states of america july fourth eighteen twenty six yes now i don't want you to think that i was that smart a friend of mine sent that little factoid to me and i thought i would challenge you with that factoid on the day before independence day that's the now if somebody sent it to you now i'm suspicious of it no i checked it out did it say send this to everybody in your contact list no it wasn't one of those are not doing that anymore i got burned on that one time so i am not sending everybody in my contact list another one of those things that says if you believe the senate till you everybody else no i'm not going to send it but i went verified that both of them dad i looked up at biography they both died the same day july fourth eighteen twenty six they both had been president of the united states john adams and thomas jefferson now there's something i need to look for in verify i gotta look forward so so coming up this is what we call a tease in the business all right but an interesting fact and maybe an interesting quote from john hancock you know he had the biggest signature on the declaration of independence yes a quote by john hancock right after he he signed that big giant signature i'm to look at i'm going to look for it maybe it's true maybe it's not but it'll be fun anyway well the age of fake news who cares that have the quote was something about he doesn't want all king george not to see his signature yeah so he he got nita's glasses to see this exactly i don't know the exact quote but if you look at the original document his signature is bigger than everybody else's that's why that's what a phrase put your john hancock oh here comes from.

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"herman" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"herman" Discussed on WSB-AM

"When it breaks i'm michelle wright on news ninety five five and am seven fifty wsb depend on it he tells the absolute truth and clears up any misconceptions you tells it like it is and i believe i can get the truth from him instead of ms herman cain herman cain solutions for america they've man's your host herman cain thank you for joining us because you know with on a tell you the truth give you the facts because he wanted to be better informed in order to help make this a better united states of america thank you for joining us the thing that i thought up over the weekend well some of the limited news that i did watch well simply don't worry be happy there's a lot of noise out there about immigration lot of it it's not even true lot of noise about the upcoming testimony of the i g inspector general that wrote that report last week that was considered bombshell he's both testified before congress or a subcommittee today so you might get some results by wednesday after some people get an opportunity to sift through the many speeches that the members of these sub committed a gonna do before they ask them any real questions so you've got noise noise noise and i thought to myself don't worry be happy because there's nothing we can do about a lot of the noah's this going on and as i will talk about later in this segment all the knows relative to immigration isn't going to produce any results and i don't normally make a prediction but i am this time and i'll tell you why coming up but i laughed i big thing you need to know laughter is good for you some people don't laugh enough i know that when i finished a show every day leave the office go to lunch usually meet up with a few of my friends and we have one rule it's about it could be anywhere from full of us to six six of us but that's one rule laugh relieve write it down to be laugh or leave we make fun of ourselves we make fun of each other we make fun of crazy stuff that's going on in the world in the country but we find something to laugh about is not necessarily a joke that causes us to laugh we just approach it as very lighthearted in nature and we find something to laugh about listen to how one written source describes laughter laughter decreases stress hormones and increases sales at infectionfighting antibodies thus improving your resistance.

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"herman" Discussed on Little Stories for Tiny People

Little Stories for Tiny People

07:24 min | 3 years ago

"herman" Discussed on Little Stories for Tiny People

"Amnon issue little man, Sherman said and squeezed, Herman. So hard, he couldn't breathe. When Sherman released him, Herman gasping for air. Oh, sorry little dude. Sometimes I forget how strong I am compared to you. Right. Of course, Herman managed Herman turned to return to his Boro to finish packing his things Syria waving Klaus on Sunday Sherman called as he climbed the nearest tree. But, hey, I'm not going to be it. Herman was annoyed I can't believe this. He muttered. A few days past Herman packed everything he needed in an app sack. He tried to heave it onto his back, and he fell over from the weight OMV. Cecilia stopped by to borrow Herman's hammer, Cecilia was a small squirrel And lived a few trees away from Herman's Burrow too many sale squirrels Benach EMI tree. Cecilia said. I wanna put up a new What sales sign and Donovan never returned the Hamra lent him last fall here. Herman said and handed Cecilia is Hammer K. I can get it back to you at reforestation club next week. You can keep it Herman said and stood with a wobble as his knapsack settled into place and his back. Keep it. This is a nice Sammer Herman. I am sure Donovan will return mine anyhow. Mm passed along to someone who needs one. Then Herman said with a shrug, he turned and climbed out of his Boro Sicilia followed him, Herman. What's going on? Doesn't matter. You wouldn't believe me if I told you Herman said with a shrug. Try me Cecilia countered putting on her hip Taft. Sicilian Herman had never been best friends, but they known one another a long time. They were a little bit like sister and brother, Herman turned to face Cecilia. Fine. He said wearily I'm leaving Wimbledon avoids I'm moving today. I'm really doing it. And no, I don't have some. The reason why I feel like it's the right thing to do. And if you don't believe me then then. Well, I. I believe you Sicilia said goodbye, Herman. She gave him a big hug. Good luck. I am really going to miss you. It sounds like an exciting adventure. Can you send me a postcard after you get settled? Maybe I can come visit. Yes. I can. Herman said he smiled. This was a nice goodbye. He scampered off very slowly because his knapsack was weighing in down. Cecilia watched him go just before he slipped out of sight. He turned around and waved Cecilia waved back, Herman went off to find his new home. It gives Andrea, what are you doing? It. Uh, she is doing some kind of yoga POWs away. She shaken her had not a yoga pose. Oh, okay. I get it now. C, last time she was year after the story. She overwhelmed me with high-fives. I have two hands. She has like thirty this time to spare me a high five stress. She is attempted, you shape herself into a thumbs up. She has kind of succeeded. So Casandra I take it that you liked the story. Good. I am glad to hear it. I hope all of you enjoyed the Surrey to you. Casandra, can I give you a hug? Goodbye. I hope it's not too long until I see you again, But if it is for some reason, I am really gonna miss you. Email me. Okay. Mm Casandra just left. Hey, That reminds me. You guys should email me too. I love hearing from you and senior drawings of your favorite characters are so sweet. You can always reach me At Reghaia at little stories tiny people dot com. Special, thanks today. Go out to a pair of sloth named Lucas and Jason. You may recall I have another sloth friends name Sophie who travelled for her eight years to get to my studio. Lucas and Jason were a little bit smarter instead of trying to swing from tree to tree for eight years to get year. These sent me a letter. They wanted to tell me how much they love the stories who's really sweet. Lucas told me he loves over this swing and one day he went super high on his school. Nice. And his brother Jason told me he loves to his stories in the car every day Who knew that sloth strive. You'll learn something new every day folks. Thank you guys. It is very motivating to hear this kind of staff. I also went. You think in mouse named grace Now, she is very artistic, and she sent me this beautiful drying of you guess dead One of the mouth stories. It was creative and thought fall, And it really pushed me to rape, more stories for all of you. So grace. Thank you so much. Little stories for tiny people is written performed and produced by me. Reapply actor. I am still working on my first picture-book. You can sign up for updates on the website. You can also add your name to my list of names that I'm going to hide in the back of the book. So Do not miss out on that. You can find all of that the website little stories, tiny people dot com. And make sure you follow me on social media. So you get to see Ali adorable fan art from listeners and some of the behind the scenes stuff to Thank you as always for listening in. The.

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"herman" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"herman" Discussed on WSB-AM

"The thorough iran levy the wedding banquet herman hangs young thanks for joining us coming up in the next segment on gps guiding principles took success we wanna talk about the implications as well as the controversy surrounding the proposed at t time warner merger oh yeah you might not think that it could possibly impact you one way or another but it could and i'm going to connect the dots but also talk about the major moving parts with respect to that the other thing that i wanted to bring to your attention is that the house tax cuts in jobs proposal legislation is create of fear factor for local politicians here's why local politicians for years have been able to proposed tax increases or to propose special tax assessments of whatever you wanna call it and they could easily tale that local citizens oh you can use it as a tax deduction to lower your federal taxes so please support us in raising your taxes well pilgrim now that that package have a ten thousand dollar maximum they will have to do a better job at the local level of jeff the find those tax increases that's why the house package has created a fear factor for loan and state politician oh i'm herman cain oh god for years 955 and am 750 wsb here's what's happening with wsb sponsors but.

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02:25 min | 3 years ago

"herman" Discussed on WSB-AM

"This is your host herman cain bank of a joint enough because you know we're gonna tell you through give you the facts because we want you to be better informed than inspired to help make this a better united states of america you know in that introduction it's it we are america that reminds me of a conversation i had with some one just yesterday after the show some people believed that america is what you see through the lands of the media i have warned you many times that does not defiant america america is defined by the people you work with the people you live around the people you run into when you shop the people you socialize will that's america not the lanzetta media because if you allow america to be defined by the liens at a media you go to miss seeing allotted a great in this in this country and a lot of that greatness allotted a good enough is coming out with respect to this tragedy in texas with this hurricane harvey not a good news happening now is that it's starting to dissipate and yes they're still a lot of rain and has started to move northeast so that is the good news but the javelin steel is gonna remain how do people how do people rebuild their lives and that's where the heart of america steps up steps in an helps out that's america not the lands of the media also happening now following this morning's explosion out of houston area chemical plant that loss power after hurricane harvey has county sheriff lignins olive says the result in smoke presented no danger to the community at all how ever federal authorities warned that the plume is incredibly dangerous several sheriff's deputies were hospital last with irritated eyes this afternoon vice president mike pence joined by several cabinet officials would travel traveled to corpus christi texas.

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02:51 min | 3 years ago

"herman" Discussed on WSB-AM

"This is your home's herman cain they would join enough you you know we're going to tell you the truth and we're gonna have a ajoute jockey dan are but never forget john oliver asked me jaded be has that in one of my in trolls and he asked me wants do in an interview what does schalke dokki main in acid john it just means we're going to have a good time and that he said why not just site thought of my job avocado oliver imitations i g that was brought to spot on charlie are they how how much fun would it be coming on the show saying we're going to have a good time today know what i see people as our travel they'd go ours jukka daca it is a lighthearted way of saying lighten folks lighten up now oh couple of big stories dory about job openings we talk a little bit about this yesterday but it is worth talking about again the number of american job openings hit a new high in april while hiring slowed a that employ years of struggling to fine workers here's what you ought to be thinking about votes the economic landscape is resetting itself some jobs that were there eight years ago or there today and some jobs that are there today weren't here eight years ago lotta the banks were forced out of business because of over regulations what a part of the obama administration and one wad of banks go out of business that means a lot of small businesses don't have access to capital so you've at alava bankruptcies that's not a good thing and so the advice that i encourage people to take was all ways constantly be upgrading your skills your knowledge when you hired by company they want to how people that are going to add value to the operation no matter what the levelled is no matter what the levels and if you brain some skills because you have done some self help training then that is a good.

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