35 Burst results for "Holly"

Wesley Bryan Penalized for Having Two 7 Irons

Fore The People

01:17 min | 5 d ago

Wesley Bryan Penalized for Having Two 7 Irons

"Probably were looking at this, but I guess at the Monday shooter, yesterday, Wesley Bryan, our guy, he's a FTP guy. He got a four stroke penalty. Did you see this or no? No. And this is always a nightmare for me, especially since I've had kids. He had two 7 hours in his back. I've always afraid they're like one of JoJo's or my daughter, Ollie's clubs, there's like their clubs are ankle high. And I'll take them out and they'll throw it in my bag. So I always look like every time I had to get a club and I'm playing in some tournament of substance and it doesn't go down all the way. I'm like, fuck, like shit. In the back. Like their putter is in the bag and I'm like, do I want to look at it and penalize myself or just kind of like, maybe leave it in there for four years and never even know that it's in there. But I looked and I'm like, oh, thank God the grips just coming off of my 7 iron. That's the only issue I have right now. But he had two 7 irons. I guess he has a practice wand, or maybe there's one uncensored for launch monitor stuff, but he pulled it out and he was like, well, this is a 7 iron, but it's the wrong one. It's my practice 7 iron, so whatever Holly was as, I think the most you can get penalizes for. I don't think you can get penalized every hole. But if you're in a money qualified, you're penalized four shots. Yeah, you're done anyway. You're done anyway in a Monday shooter. Let's be honest.

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Caller: The Divide Within the Republican Party

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:55 sec | Last week

Caller: The Divide Within the Republican Party

"You know, I was thinking about your common earlier about the vibe that seems to exist within the Republican party and how you don't want to necessarily try to turn on people within your own party, but at the same time, what is your threshold for how long you stand for them to sit and sell it and not get on board and unify what's one of the better ideas coming out of the guys like Holly and McCarthy. Yeah, but I don't know that there's a zero sum game. In other words, I don't think there's a threshold. We got two different factions within the Republican Party. We got the fighters and we've got the go along to get along establishment types and we still have to figure out how to unify both sides, right? I agree, but how long before some of those divisions affect how some of these elections turn out or even how if we gain the majority in the House, that there's not infighting over certain issues and unifying time to really start to correct some of the things that need to be corrected.

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Parenting Autistic Children  David Grant MBE - burst 2

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30:43 min | Last week

Parenting Autistic Children David Grant MBE - burst 2

"This episode will be doing things a little bit differently, though, as I'll be interviewing my husband, yes, fellow broadcast a vocal coach and leadership coach and campaigner David grant. As we talk about our own experiences of raising four neurodivergent children, welcome to the show David. Wow, nice to be here, Gary. So for those people that don't know about our family, could you just give us a rundown of our kids? Okay, we have four children our eldest olive is an actor. Our and olive is 27. Next in line is Thailand, who is 20 and also an actor. Next in line is Arlo, who is 16 and at school. And next is in line is Nathan, who is 12. And supposed to be at school, but currently not in school. Yes, okay, so you just had a little bit of a hint towards their not in school. That's been a familiar experience for us with three out of the four children. Because you've named all of their ages in their names and stuff. But what about their diagnoses? Just run me by some of the diagnosis that our children have got. Okay, I will, but because this is like a pick and mix at which point I'm bound to forget some. Would you jump in if I forget any? Yes. Because you know them as well as I do. Olive, has a disparity. And ADHD, Thailand is on the autism spectrum. And Arlo, third is on the autism spectrum. And Nathan. Now I got a minute rewind rewind back up back up. Arlo is autistic and has ADHD. Of course, yes, I forgot all of it as a whole a whole suit of what coterie. Yeah, these disabilities, they're traveling gangs, don't they? And has ADHD. Nathan a 12 year old has ADHD DMDD. Probably dyslexia. Even though they're still working on a diagnosis, and yeah, we have, you know, at some point, if anybody does disability bingo, we jump up and say house. Yeah, well, it's interesting you say disability because I don't really think of them as being disabilities. I think of them as being just different. I don't think of them as there are any disabilities in the light of the fact that the world is so unaccepting. That's very true. I think that one of the things with an invisible disability so it's called is that, you know, if we what we have done in our family is to recognize that the reason why it's called a disability is because some people find it more challenging to do things that neurotypical people take for granted. On the other hand, without children, it's also proven to be a different ability, because so many of them are able in ways in so many ways that they might not otherwise be able. You know, the gifted in ways that they might otherwise not be gifted. They're different and see the world in ways that absolutely challenge a neurotypical vision of the world. Yeah, and that's what we love about them. So tell me what it was like when all of these diagnoses that you've just mentioned there started to pop up. How did that come about and what were your feelings? Well, it's interesting. I've spoken to so many parents because we run parent groups. And I spoke to so many parents about the initial diagnosis and the reactions have been very, very many in varied, you know, for some people, it's a bit of a shock for some people it's almost like a disappointment for others. It's a surprise for others. It's an explanation. And I would say for us, well, certainly for me, it was in part an explanation. And also, in part, a sort of a wake-up call that said to me, this journey isn't going to be anything that you might have imagined. It is going to be. We don't know what it's going to be, but what we do know is that it's going to, it's going to plow its own field and chart its own course when we first got the diagnosis of our second and third Thailand and Arlo, the ones who are now 2016, which we got the autism diagnosis on the same day. Tai was 7. Aloe was three. What was that like for you? I have to be honest. And there was absolutely no sort of like heightened emotion connected to it, concern or disappointment or what was there was, okay, I need to now discover what this means. What this means for them, what this means for us and how it makes things different. Is it going to make things different if it does? How is it going to make things different? Because it didn't change them in any way. They got in the car. You got given the diagnosis and then they just got in the car and they were still Tyler and Arlo, weren't they? They had to change. But with that bit of paper yeah, it didn't change them one dot. One shot. One bit. But what it did change was my awareness of who they were. What it did change is my awareness that they may see the world a different way. And I didn't know what that was going to be, because there are only 7 and three, but what I did know was that the carnage journey that you can prescribe and chart out and say that the raising of a child is likely to fall within these parameters. There may be anywhere from track a to track B but the train is going to run along these tracks in some way. That went completely out of the way. I didn't realize at the time just how far out of the window it was going to go. But I did think, okay, this changes things. And one of the, I mean, some people might call it exciting with the benefit of hindsight, but at the time slightly sort of slightly nerve wracking things was having no idea of what it meant was going to change as they grew and as they developed. And as they began to inhabit the fullness of their personhood and understand the fullness of their identities, what was going to change. Well, we didn't know. And I think that, you know, there's a saying that everyone to see person probably knows, which is even if you've met one autistic person, you've met one autistic person. And even with just having two children on the spectrum in the family, the presentation is so entirely different. Yeah, they are. If somebody said to me, when we got the diagnosis, this is what autism looked like. And used one of them as in illustration. It would have completely excluded the other. Because the other one wouldn't have got a diagnosis based on that. It's very, very good point. So you've talked about what it was like to kind of grow in your knowledge of them and who they might become and to understand them a little. But what about parenting? Have you changed as a parent? This was 2009 if I remember. So we've had a good few years since. Have you changed as a parent? As a parent, I am unrecognizable from the parent I was in 2009. Now let's be really honest about this. Anybody who has raised a child will say, well, yes, of course, the parent you are to a 16 year old and the same parent you are to three year old. So there's the natural evolution of your relationship that happens as your child grows and matures. But there's also, I think that certainly for me having children on the spectrum, it meant that I needed to really abandon everything I thought I knew about parenting. It meant that I had to discover and develop a bespoke style of parenting that fitted specifically the child that was in front of me rather than having a general sort of one size fits all approach because it absolutely didn't fit. And really, it's not to my credit that I think that I was quite resistant to that because of the way they don't fit the one size fits all. Then it's obviously because I'm not implementing the one size fits all with enough figure. So I need to I need to just retrain and double down on the one size fits all and it will work and the fact is it was never going to work. And it kind of I would say out of the two of us, I was you were the hair when it came to realizing that we needed to adapt and adopt a new parenting style and we need it to be fluid and I was very much the tortoise. There was a kind of rigidity of no this is how you do it. And you know, I think that with regard to parenting, having children on the autism spectrum has taught me and continues to teach me is teaching me to be a parent, I would otherwise never have been. And I think that had I never have been, I would have missed a lot. There's a lot of their growing up that I got by constantly having to reassess and reappraise and recognize who they are now. You know, not living on who they were last year or last week, even. You know, who are they now? Who are they today? And who do they need me to be today? Yeah. So you talked about the fact that it took you a little bit longer to describe yourself as the tortoise. So how was that then? Well, I made the tool to seem like St. Louis Hamilton. We got the diagnosis in 2009. Up until about 2012, I thought there's something wrong with these kids because they're really not getting my style of parenting. About 2012, I began to realize there was something wrong with me because I wasn't being the parent they needed me to be. And then I was all at sea. I think I took a little while to actually work out. If I've got autistic kids, I need to learn, it's not me teaching them and then learning how to be. It's actually me learning and I think that I think that when I kind of was humble enough to recognize that I didn't actually know, you know, sometimes you don't know what you don't know. But when you've got autistic children and they need you to be a parent, you have to learn what you don't know. You have to realize what you don't know and it is certainly in my case. I think I learned a lot from watching you, but I also learned a lot from realizing that I couldn't be you and I couldn't just be you the deeper voice that I actually had to change me. I couldn't just ape behavior that I saw it with someone else. I had to change the way my outlook and gosh, I would say that you're saying how long did it take to be? Well, the diagnosis arrived 13 years ago. And I consider myself still to be under construction, and a work in progress, because the dads that I was 5 years ago that they needed me to be 5 years ago isn't the dad they need me to be now. Because they've changed. Yeah. You talked a little bit there about you said this lovely phrase bespoke parenting. So just give me some examples of what you have bespoke. Bespoken. Okay, it's interesting because with, I was 16 year old, there was a rigidity of actions that isn't always, so it wasn't just a rigidity of thinking. So with Arlo, we have certain things. I am my face is a stress toy. I actually, I mean, I know I look like this, but you know, I think I would look about maybe 15 years younger, if not for all. All that has to excuse my face. And they always squeeze my face and there are certain things that we do. There are certain actions that we do. There are certain little dances we do. There are certain words that we say. I don't even understand your communication. I mean, you two are like a whole, you're like a double act. I know. It's all part of my being father to Arlo, is that we have loads of unspoken communication. That revolve around movement and actions and dances and laughing at the same thing that other people don't understand what's going on. I've had to learn that I've had to enter into our lives world and learn how that world works. On a practical thing, although loves to have drives, they want to have a drive once a day. It's part of a de stressor towards the end of the day. Some people read or watch TV or they're too young to have a drink, they go on a drive. They sit in the car and listening to music and we drive and 40 minutes later, half an hour, 40 minutes later, we arrive back home and they're in a different head space to the one they were when we left. And that's an important thing. So whatever the schedule will have my day. If I'm at home or if I'm coming home, I know I need to be out for that drive for Allah because that's an important part of parenting are there. And it's an interesting thing that to me, it's not even I don't even think of it as a chore or a stress. It's just part of being a dad. It's part of being their dad. Yeah. Because I actually think that, you know, speaking of bespoke parenting, I could quite probably be a rubbish dad to every other child in the world, but I've learned how to be the dad that the children I have need. Yeah. And that is bespoke. It is also humor. You have loads of humor, I would say, with Arlo. Yeah, yeah, we are a lot. Mostly at me, but often at all because Arlo is really funny at all that has learned to laugh at themselves in a way that they couldn't when they were younger. You know, in the early teens, they could not laugh at themselves because I think they felt such a level of low self worth and such a lack of confidence that to laugh with them at themselves would have been perceived to be laughing at them. And one of the ways that I can see that their confidence is growing and their belief that they have a place in the world is growing. Is for how much they laugh at themselves, how much of their humor is directed inwards. Yeah. I agree with you on that. Okay, so that's Arlo, who's our 16 year old. What about Tyler and katana is very different? What have you had to change very different? In your parenting of time and what's changed there for them? I think in my parenting style and what's changed is to listen to time. It's to really listen is to not be so ready to give advice, not be so ready to give an answer because even sometimes when ty says. I need to know what to do. I know that what will happen is that I'll be giving answers. And they'll be saying no, those aren't the answers. That's really bad advice. What I should be doing is this. So it's almost like they're using me as a sounding board. A classic example is when we run our way up to Holly oaks for their final audition. Time is one of the members of the cast of Holly oaks down. And it was their final audition and they were absolutely wrapped with nerves. And we're driving along the M1. And they're almost crying with us. And I thought this isn't good for them. It's really isn't good. And I said, you know what? I want you to know you don't have to do this. We can turn the car around and we can go back, and they said, so that's the worst thing you could have said. You can't say that. This is what you're supposed to say. I told you what they wanted to hear. And you know, it's a completely different kind of relationship to all that. And how we connect and how we relate is to share time together. Yes. And that's the wonderful thing we're tie. I mean, tiles say there's a box set that I've been watching and I really want you to watch it. So I'll sit and watch. And you know, maybe in the course of an hour, we'll say three or four sentences, but time. That's together time. That's valuable time. That's been our time. And you know, it'll be, I'll get a text with have a listen to this music or I'll send them some music. And tire listens and goes, yeah, I like this. I really like this. And then he'll put that on his playlist and that'll be and that will be a connection to the communication because what tie really loves. One of the things that I love is that feeling of being part of my heritage and my dad played this for me or my dad told me about this. And then what ty does then is to do the same for me. So I know you're like this. Have you heard of such and such? And it'll be somebody that I liked when I was 20 years old or something. And then we'll connect on that level, but it's a very, very different communication to our lows, but it's just as deep and it's just as valid, but it's entirely different. And if I was to switch and relate to time, like I do to other and relate to other, like I do to tie it, I would be completely disconnected from a couple of meltdowns going on there for sure. Yes. So you and I have run a parent support group. It has over a 180 parents, families, and we work with the families and with the children. That's been running for very long while. And over lockdown, you have run your weekly meeting online every single week for those parents. And I've been absolutely amazed and marvel at you and your consistency and the way that you love those parents is just wonderful. I love them too, by the way. But I love watching you talk to it to them. If there's parents of autistic children listening today or families of autistic children. What advice would you have? You know those parents when they join our group. What do they most need to hear? I think what most autistic superior will most parents of autistic children that join our group and need to hear is that they're not alone on this journey. I don't think that most people need parenting advice. Occasionally people will ask, look, this is a situation how would you approach this situation and ask the group? But generally, I mean, we're talking about super parents, parents who sacrifice everything and are willing to sacrifice everything. And by that, I'm not talking about money or material I'm talking about themselves. They're hopes aspirations, dreams, whatever they expected for themselves later on in life is just like that all of that gets put into a margin. That gets parked and everything is focused on the needs of their children. So what they need to hear generally is you're not alone on this journey. We've all walked this journey and so when you say something that to somebody else who isn't on this journey may sound outrageous about how you feel about what you're going through about how challenging or difficult or impossible you feel, how inadequate you feel to the task, it's fine to say it here because we've all felt it and we've all expressed it. And the other thing is having a space in your life where you can describe without having to explain, I think that so much energy is spent and wasted and exhausted by people feeling as though they have to explain their children. They have to explain their situation. They stand with a teacher. People say, wow, your child's your child's not that at all. Your child's like this. And they go, well, no, you don't know the whole picture. There is a different person at home to the one in school or the one not in school because they refuse to go into school. Or the one not sleeping because they're refused to go to bed or whatever. Just having a space where you can describe, but you don't have to explain because everybody else who is listening to you gets it. So is your advice that people link up with other parents? I think it's really important to do that. I think it's so important to do that because I think that in Albert Einstein said, if you measure the fish by how well it climbed a tree, you would think it was stupid. And quite often, all we get in terms of a metric for our own children is the yardstick of a kind of neurotypical world. And if the neurotypical world is the tree, our children may be the fastest swimmer in the ocean, but they're not going to climb the tree. So yes, I think it's really important to link up with other parents who are walking the same walk. Others who are in the same situation others who will be able to listen to you and not just sympathize and not just empathize but experientially understand. Yeah. No, I know for many of our families that we support theirs. There's quite a high percentage of their children and young people and we see this in the adults as well autistic adults might be struggling with their mental health, what have you learned about coming alongside our children in their mental health crises? Wow. I think I've learned more than anything that there's no quick fix. There are no easy answers and presents is everything. And that there's no guarantee that if you do a and B, you're going to get C that two and two are going to act a four. But what I do know is this that our children, even when they, we sometimes become The Rock against which they bash. And we feel bashed, but we're the only rocks they've got. And so the thing that I think is how important it is to be there and to listen and when possible to talk them down and when necessary to talk them up and also more than anything to also come alongside others so that we guard our own mental health. Because it's impossible to carry somebody if you're limping. You know, it's really so much harder. And yeah, our children's mental health is such a big deal. It's such a big deal. And it can turn on a sixpence. Everything can be going well. And then one thing, real or imagined, one thing can completely trans the picture. And so I think that most parents I know with autistic children live as such are a level of hyper vigilance that, if anything, yeah, do what you do and be there the way that you're there. But please remember your own mental health, remember your own need for support, remember your own need to be heard. Yeah, and to find voice. Just moving on to, I guess that thing of school and the workplace, how well or not well, our things set up for allowing our neurodivergent people to thrive. Wow. That's really interesting. It's an interesting question because the question in itself is it presupposes that any advanced society would recognize that there is more than one way of seeing the world and there is more than one way of thinking and therefore. An advanced society like ours would set things up that everybody, whatever that, not just the well-being of whether the neurological situation would be able to say, yeah, there's a space for me. There's a place for me. There's an opening for me. There's an acceptance of me. People are making the allowances I need made so that I can thrive, not just so that I can fit in and limp along, but so that I can thrive. But that doesn't really exist in any way like the number that it should. The number of employers who I think employers should be made to have a number of people who are on the autism spectrum, a number of people who have just had a neurodivergent. I think it's really important we get away from this cookie cutter one size fits all everyone has to look the same and replicate one another's strengths in order to fit in. And yeah, I suppose my answer so far suggests that I don't think that nearly enough is done. I don't think the nearly enough is being done. There's so much talent and there's so much ability there's so much intuition and knowledge and just being wasted being sidelined being overlooked being ignored. And if it wasn't overlooked, how much richer we'd be, the companies that actively seek out people on the spectrum because they have an attention to detail perhaps that others don't have or they have a skill set that I was specially interested, which means that they know their stuff almost as much as a PhD student would know just because they're taught themselves that kind of auto didactic skills that so many autistic people have, if only there was a recognition that these aren't just skills that come from a hobby. These are skills that become so deeply engraved. So knowledge based and so worthwhile that their valuable if we could find and be made to find ways to fully utilize the gifts and the talents that we have from people on the autism spectrum, the world would be a much richer place because so many of the things that enrich the modern world were devised or created developed or initiated by people on the autism spectrum. Yeah, which is exactly what all too kind of trying to do. That's absolutely you've just given their remit basically their davids. And we know that for Thailand, their workplace at hollyoaks has they've made all those kinds of adjustments four Thailand. So there is some good practice happening out there, isn't there, but there is. But probably not enough. And I do want to also about people even disclosing that they are artistic before they can even get to the needs that I might have. It is this sense of disclosure. How do we change perceptions out there, David? Gosh, I think that we change perceptions by I think drawing a line that delineates between our understanding of terminology and understanding that the term different and the term normal shouldn't actually be the opposite of one another. That your normal isn't my normal. And the your differences could complement my differences. The fact is that we've created an environment where two often people who are different in any way feel as though they have to underplay or deny their differences and create some kind of fake fake normal that fits with other people. And I don't think that that I don't think that that's right and I don't think it helps. But I can understand why. You know, somebody walked into a typical edition and started by saying, I'm autistic. They don't know they don't know the reaction they're going to get. They don't know whether the person sitting opposite is going to get, you know, yeah, fine. You almost want to go in and say, could you just tell me what you think is autistic looks like? Hear what they say and then

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Jerry Allison, drummer for Buddy Holly, dead at 82

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last month

Jerry Allison, drummer for Buddy Holly, dead at 82

"Drummer Jerry Allison of Buddy Holly and the crickets has died at the age of 82 I'm Archie's are a letter with a look at his life That's the opening to the song Peggy Sue Jerry Allison's drumming inspired countless musicians and he ended up marrying the real Peggy Sue Allison realized that percussion was not restricted to drums on the song every day he's hitting his knees with his hands on not fade away he's playing a cardboard box After Buddy Holly's death in 1959 the crickets continued as a band backing the Everly brothers and Waylon Jennings

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Boy at heart of UK court battle dies after life support ends

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Boy at heart of UK court battle dies after life support ends

"A 12 year old boy at the heart of a UK battle over life support died Saturday after the hospital took him off it against his family's wishes Archie battersby's heartbroken mother Holly dance made the announcement through tears Such a beautiful little boy And he fought until the very end And I'm so proud to be his mom British courts would not let her move Archie the hospice care doctors argued he had no hope of recovery relative a la Carter To go through what we've been through is barbaric Archie was found unconscious April 7th his mom believes he was participating in the blackout challenge of trending online I'm Julie Walker

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U.S. Senate Overwhelmingly Votes to Expand NATO

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:11 min | 2 months ago

U.S. Senate Overwhelmingly Votes to Expand NATO

"United States Senate of a vote of 95 to one senator Holly being the only objector have now decided to expand NATO. This is done with zero understanding. I'm sure some senators understand this, but zero understanding of how Russia views NATO and the expansion of NATO. So if you actually wanted to weaken Vladimir Putin, you would be doing the opposite of what we're doing. You know that the ruble is more is a stronger currency than it has been the last couple of years since the invasion. The petrodollar is stronger than ever before, Putin's popularity is higher than ever before, and they have more resolved domestically in Russia than ever before. We have strengthened Vladimir Putin by doing everything we've done in Ukraine. And we were early warnings against this. But you see, we were promised false promises, we were promised I should say false actions by the American leadership class, that if we get involved in Ukraine, we can easily deter Vladimir Putin. Even though the eastern part of Ukraine, they want to be under Russian control. They

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Charlie Kirk: Tampa Is Where Turning Point USA Began

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:22 min | 2 months ago

Charlie Kirk: Tampa Is Where Turning Point USA Began

"I ask you this question every time we get together. And I'm sorry to ask it for the 99th time. But when you were putting turning point together in your parents garage, could you have ever envisioned that as you look around and see this Tampa convention center and all of the booths and the security and the kids and the could you have ever dreamed it was going to turn out like this? No, and it's actually amazing being in Tampa because Tampa Florida is really where turning point USA kind of came to life in some sense. I could tell the full story and I wrote about it in the book, but this was where the Republican National Convention was in 2012. And I flew down here, no money, no connections, no idea what I was doing. I couldn't find a hotel, couldn't rent a car. There was a hurricane that first Monday you might remember. I was here. I remember? Oh, yeah. I interviewed you, I think. Yeah, and I was just scrapping, hustling, trying to, you know, just trying to make things happen. And so the answer is no, but that's what's so beautiful about America is that you take a small risk and you grow and I thought our events were a big deal when we had 500 students there and you were at some of those events. Now we have 5006 thousand students. We have the top speakers and the whole movement that are coming to Santos and Trump and Holly and Cruz and gutfeld just blows you away. And it really is the lord's blessing as well. We're just instruments for his will. And we're doing everything we possibly can though. It's a beautiful country, and we want to do our part to say that. And

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California beachfront taken from Black couple given to heirs

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 2 months ago

California beachfront taken from Black couple given to heirs

"I'm Ben Thomas with the story from Southern California's Manhattan beach We are celebrating the final step in the return of Bruce's beach to the legal heirs of two visionary entrepreneurs Willow and Charles Bruce Los Angeles County supervisor Holly Mitchell the black couple built a beach resort for African Americans on the oceanfront property only to be harassed and stripped of their land nearly a century ago Yesterday's event marked the final step in an effort to address the wrongs suffered by the bruises with the county presenting a certified copy of the land transfer to the family Great grandson Derek Bruce This means a great deal to us because our forebears struggled greatly to accumulate enough wealth to buy land here in this Manhattan beach Great great grandson Anthony Bruce I want to make sure that I don't lose focus as to what Charles and will a dream was I'm Ben Thomas

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Blake Masters: Dems Have to Retreat & Distract Americans

The Dan Bongino Show

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

Blake Masters: Dems Have to Retreat & Distract Americans

"So Blake master Senate candidate in Arizona Blake I'm sorry about that But I wanted to ask you I'm sure you saw that exchange with Blake Holly and the law professor right Oh yeah Wow What a spectacle So bleak you know why do you think the left is pushing so hard to redefine the truth from your point of view Well I think you know I mean I just saw this survey 88% of Americans think that we're heading in the wrong direction And you know the left knows this Democrats know this They can't admit it though So that's why they're stuck telling lies They don't want to talk about inflation They don't want to talk about how gas prices are to open border And so they have to retreat to talking about drag shows and trying to reinvent the genders and all this crazy stuff It's like they don't have anything else to talk about So I'm convinced this this giant distraction And yeah they're super ideological They're out to lunch And I mean it's really really crazy isn't it

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Sen. Josh Hawley Accused of Transphobic Questioning

The Officer Tatum Show

01:57 min | 2 months ago

Sen. Josh Hawley Accused of Transphobic Questioning

"Welcome back to the outside and show ladies and gentlemen, I want to get back to congressman Holly and his interview with the devil about him being transferred for simply asking questions. Of clarity in a world of foolery wrote a clip. I just want to clear one thing up. Professor bridges, you said several times, you've used a phrase I want to make sure I understand what you mean by you referred to people with a capacity for pregnancy. Would that be women? Many women, cis women have the capacity for pregnancy, many cis women do not have the capacity for pregnancy. There are also trans men who are capable of pregnancy as well as non binary people who are capable of pregnancy. So this isn't really a women's rights issue. We can recognize that this impacts women while also recognizing that it impacts other groups. Those things are not mutually exclusive senator Holly. Oh, so your view is, is that the core of this right then is about what? So I want to recognize that your line of questioning is transphobic. And it opens up trans people to violence by not recognizing them. Wow, you're saying that I'm opening up people to violence by asking whether or not women are the folks who can have pregnancies. So I want to note that one out of 5 transgender persons have attempted suicide. So I think it's important. Because of my line of questioning. So we can't talk about it because denying that trans people exist and pretending not to know that they exist. I'm denying that trans people exist by asking. Are you about women? Are you? Having pregnancies? Do you believe that men can get pregnant? No, I don't think. So you were not going to trans people. And that leads to violence. Is this how you run your classroom or students allowed to question more? They also treated like this. They're told that they're opening up people to violence. We have a good question. My class, you should join. You might learn a lot. Wow, I would learn a lot. I've learned a lot. I know. Absolutely. Extraordinary.

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Khiara Bridges Accuses Sen. Josh Hawley of Being Transphobic

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

02:02 min | 3 months ago

Khiara Bridges Accuses Sen. Josh Hawley of Being Transphobic

"But if you're a party clown that blows bubbles out his backside, you can have a baby. You gotta be a non binary clown. True. That blows bubbles. Female clown. No, you can not. No, no, biological woman. You can't do that. Unbelievable. This is, by the way, just a few moments ago. Up on Capitol Hill, Congress or senator rather, Josh hawley got called out, accused of being transphobic, phobic, and what was his crime? Well, he said, hey, look, listen up. Only women can get pregnant. Before I want to visit with you, miss minsky, but before I do, I just want to clear one thing up. Professor bridges, you said several times, you've used a phrase I want to make sure I understand what you mean by it. You referred to people with a capacity for pregnancy. Would that be women? Many women, cis women have the capacity for pregnancy, many cis women do not have the capacity for pregnancy. There are also trans men who are capable of pregnancy as well as non binary people who are capable of pregnancy. So this isn't really a women's rights issue. We can recognize that this impacts women while also recognizing that it impacts other groups. Those things are not mutually exclusive senator Holly. Oh, so your view is, is that the core of this right then is about what? So I want to recognize that your line of questioning is transphobic. And it opens up trans people's violence by not recognizing that. Wow, you're saying that I'm opening up people to violence by asking whether or not women are the folks who can have pregnancies. So I want to note that one out of 5 transgender persons have attempted suicide. So I think it's important. Because of my line of questioning. So we can't talk about it. Because denying that trans people exist and pretending not to know that they exist. I'm denying that trans people exist by asking. Are you about women? Are you? Having pregnancies? Do you believe that men can get pregnant? No, I don't think. So you are denying that trans people like this. And that leads to violence. Is this how you run your classroom or students allowed to question you? Or

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"holly" Discussed on The Essential Oil Revolution

The Essential Oil Revolution

07:13 min | 3 months ago

"holly" Discussed on The Essential Oil Revolution

"There honestly is no scientific basis to it at all. Trust me, I have looked and looked and looked. Science to back it up. But I mean, as of right now, I make a science is always evolving. There is nothing to prove that, but I do think it's just a really fascinating hypothesis. Yeah, very interesting. I wanted to ask you, Holly, what is, is there a big difference between essential oils in the way that it acts on our senses of smell versus other smells? You know, essential oils are much more potent. And they do contain a lot more constituents because there is so much more potent. But as far as impacting our emotions, if you smell a peppermint leaf versus if you smell peppermint oil out of the bottle, obviously the peppermint oil is going to be much stronger. But I think they still will facilitate a similar response within the body. Yeah. Yeah, well, the fact that they're portable for sure makes them more accessible, but if I'm understanding correctly, there's not really a different process that our bodies go through necessarily when smelling an essential. And we can use, yeah, and we can use them in different ways and they're much more potent and they don't really go bad. So it's much different than carrying around a bunch of peppermint leaves in my pocket versus peppermint oil. And how are smell, how smell different than pheromones? Oh, that's a great question. So pheromones are chemical messages that are produced in our bodies and are emitted through our sweat glands. Technically we can't smell pheromones because of just how the human body is made. I mean, dogs and other mammals obviously they can much better than we can. But our pheromones can alter scent a little bit. This is why the essential oil devana gets a big rap for being changes whenever people put it on and everybody smells some people smell a little bit sweet and they wear it and some people smell seem more flour when they wear it. But that has to do with our fair amounts because every person has their own signature fair amount and it's actually formed within the wound. So babies, for example, like a baby's nose starts to form early in the first trimester. It's actually one of the first to develop in utero and at birth, it's like the most advanced sense that they have. So newborns actually can orient themselves by smell more than any other sense when they're placed on their mother's belly after birth. They can work their way up to the breast and navigating by census smell alone. But what's really cool if you've ever smelled your newborn, a lot of people are like, oh, they just smell so good. And I can't get enough of them, and they don't mind smell like birthday cake. I could not stop sniffing them, yeah. That's how people are always like, oh, I just want to eat them because they smell so good. If only we could bottle up that newborn smell. But that smell exists because of those fear modes. So those chemical signals are communicated back and forth between the fetus and the wound and his or her mom. And the link's so strong that the mother can identify her infant not only by smell, but also fear mountain at birth. Which is just so important for just that mother infant bonding. We actually, we adopted my son in 2015 and we had, I am so thankful for the most amazing social worker. And she just really recognized that scent and pheromones play such a huge role in just our bonding and she told us she's like for the first four months that you have him. I don't want anyone else holding him, but you and his dad. My husband. And we were like, okay, we can do that. It was easy for us, but not easy for our other family members that wanted to hold them. But especially important because of the adoption. It was, yeah, because he was adopted and she wanted him to associate our set our smells of the sense on us and our pheromones with being feeling safe and secure and bonding. And same with us, we recognized his smell and it just really helped promote the bonding between each other. And we know with an infant, they can smell you walking into the room. You can be ten feet away from them and they can smell, oh, my mom just walked into the room. I know I'm safe now. I know that she's here. And she really wanted us to be persistent about making sure that he recognized which sense were my husband and thighs to help him feel safe secure and bonded. Yeah. Yeah, so that brings up a good question about the use of essential oils around babies and infants. Is that something that we should maybe avoid because we don't want to kind of mix up the natural sense and the natural pheromones that are at play here and that bonding that's at play, especially the right at birth. Well, it kind of depends, I mean, if you're pregnant and you're used to using essential oils, your baby already has those associations with those sense with you. I mean, babies start smelling early within the first trimester. So they already have that association. But I could see on one hand, anointing a child at birth, with maybe frankincense and having it be this sort of celebratory occasion and how you could use the essential oils, for example, in the room, in your child's room to create this sense of safety, especially if maybe you're wearing a scent. Like, let's say you're like, I want to I want my baby to associate me and my feelings of comfort with lavender, so you wear some lavender perfume, and then you have that diffusing in the baby's room. Yes. You know, while they're sleeping, I could see that being really, really beneficial. And on the other hand, I'm like worried in the back of my mind like, oh, are we like messing up this developmental, this key developmental thing that babies have going on in this early stage? Well, any essential oil that we apply is going to differ slightly based on our pheromones. So it's always going to be a little bit individualized. But I do think using essential oils in that way really help the child. And I give this example a lot just with women that are going on maternity leave and then going back to work and starting to associate smells of essential oils with them. And when they go back to work, say they use lavender, for example, like you gave, and when they go back to work, if they have a drop of lavender on a levee or a blanket, the baby will think of mom, but also that works kind of vice versa..

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Thinking Big With Mike Cernovich

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:43 min | 3 months ago

Thinking Big With Mike Cernovich

"Mike, what do you have to say to some Republicans that are still kind of very focused on, let's just say non controversial issues, corporate taxes, regulatory reform isn't a lesson post roe versus wade being overturned now is the time for us to think big to go for the impossible. I mean, the conventional orthodoxy is that you're right, no one thought this was possible. We've talked about that over the last, you know, over the last week in particular, so where do we go from here? What is the ethos of the conservative movement be then? Well, the bank movement here culturally is that the Christians within the conservative movement were always looked down upon by real Republicans. They never really liked the Christians, they tolerated them to win. And Josh Holly had a profound observation because he understands that he's lived in both worlds, right? He's gone to elite law schools. He was, I believe, a Supreme Court clerk. He's traveled in both of those worlds, right? And he realized how looked down upon Christians are amongst all of these big business Chamber of Commerce. So called conservatives. So the lesson here is that the real Christians don't need the Chamber of Commerce people, right? You have to make an adjustment now of who has the power and I say that not as a negative way to abuse power, but you have to look at who actually matters and who doesn't. And these people who think that elections are about whether or not the marginal tax rate is going to be 18% or 15%. You're along for the ride with these other people. You're not the ones dictating the agenda anymore. So I think what you have to do here is you have to press the advantage hard and you have to remind these people, look, we did all this without you. We all remember the 2016

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John Zmirak Reacts to SCOTUS Strike Down of New York Gun Law

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:51 min | 3 months ago

John Zmirak Reacts to SCOTUS Strike Down of New York Gun Law

"Meer agz. John, today is Friday the 24th of June. And as we're recording this, we don't know whether the Supreme Court will release its ruling that effectively ends roe V wade. But we do know that has to happen either today or Monday, I think. Yeah, they certainly have the tortured us with suspense, but yesterday they issued a decision, which is every bit as important. Yesterday, and I would say every bit as pro life. Yesterday, the Supreme Court said that the constitution means what it says in the Second Amendment. My hope is that today they're going to say the constitution doesn't mean what it doesn't say, which is anything about the right to kill your baby for sexual convenience. But let's look at the first half of that. New York State, where you live, where I used to live, makes it almost impossible to carry a gun from your own self protection. Unless you are friends with the member of the city council or Holly Hollywood star with a second home in New York or a corporate CEO or somebody with political connections or if you're a diamond dealer. Basically, if you don't deal in diamonds or have political connections, you can not carry a gun. So all the people who live in crime red neighborhoods in New York are out of luck. At best, when they need help in two minutes, the police will be there in ten minutes. And we'll draw a nice chalk circle around their body. This is not consistent with an important document that a lot of liberals don't know about called the United States Constitution

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Joey Jones Explains Post About No Longer Drinking Alcohol

The Dan Bongino Show

02:01 min | 4 months ago

Joey Jones Explains Post About No Longer Drinking Alcohol

"And so this is non indictment on drinking alcohol It's an American past time It's part of our culture I mean that's just the point is when I drink and become vulnerable in that way All my ability all my defense mechanisms of keeping the negative thoughts at bay and making sense of on kind of go away And on a day like today when that happens I see my buddies and I see the guys who should be here And we talk about should have could have would have in all honesty there is no fairness in war There's really no fairness in life And when I was injured for example when I was blowing up I stepped on a bomb my job was to find these bombs take them apart get them out of there so everyone else could be said I sent them a bomb that killed what I considered to be a hero Corporal Daniel weir spending 20 feet away And two weeks later fluid Holly a gunny sergeant with a daughter on the way I called him mister incredible His whole family were just beautiful talented people He was killed by a mom doing the same job I was doing because he had to come over and cover my area after I got injured And the list just kind of goes on and on I can give you 2000 names of men that I knew well And it doesn't make sense that they're not here today And you get frustrated and for me when I become vulnerable really drinking is kind of a stand in to tell the story of when I become vulnerable and I let myself go there The thing I see is that see these people walking around and they can't see behind the curtain They don't know what we know They don't understand what we understand about life and death And the unfairness of life how precious it is And you get frustrated You see people just laughing and cutting up mean careless and they go out and they don't really appreciate how beautiful this life is When I drink I see it from that negative perspective but in that kind of flip the script and say listen but when I'm so I don't drink and instead what I choose to do is wash your kids grow up and find love and be happy And let their story and their legacy mean something It has a positive effect on my life It dictates my behavior in a positive way I hold my kids tighter I appreciate my freedom stronger in our speak louder than ever And on two prosthetic legs I know that I stand for something Every single day recalls they're not here And I owe it to those guys and gals to live and live well and make my life be a life of purpose

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Sen. Josh Hawley Frustrated Doctors for Veterans Going to Illegals

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:47 sec | 6 months ago

Sen. Josh Hawley Frustrated Doctors for Veterans Going to Illegals

"Senator Holly wrote to Mallorca, Mallorca, quote, I am particularly alarmed at new reports suggesting that DHS plans to divert doctors from the Department of Veterans Affairs to provide free medical resources to those crossing our border illegally. If I told you that we're diverting doctors who care for our veterans to give free healthcare to illegals would that surprise you? Listen, maybe we all ought to start becoming illegal immigrants and get free smartphones and free healthcare because that's a good gig. Now that's pretty nice if you can get it.

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Nice try but no potato for New Zealand couple's giant find

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 7 months ago

Nice try but no potato for New Zealand couple's giant find

"A big potato in New Zealand turned out not to be a potato Colin Craig brown was gardening last summer with his wife in New Zealand I got the full king Javed intellect and put it in the ground and Holly seven total place what's going on and what he found was big they named it dog for the way they unearthed it what is it weighed seventeen pounds equal to a couple of sacks of regular potatoes or one small dog it's a potato and she went no higher after months of submitting photos and paperwork the couple got the bad news from the Guinness book of world records Doug isn't a potato but it to burn up a gourd Doug became something of a local celebrity in New Zealand after the couple began posting photos of it on Facebook with a hat on it and even built a cart to tote around Greg brown says he's disappointed but stated Doug is the destroyer from down under he's the world's biggest not a potato I'm a Donahue

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Jennifer Hudson wins top honor at 53rd NAACP Image Awards

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

Jennifer Hudson wins top honor at 53rd NAACP Image Awards

"Jennifer Hudson has won entertainer of the year at the end W. C. P. image awards on Saturday marches are a letter with the latest Jennifer Hudson beat out Regina king little nonsense making the stallion and Tiffany had is for entertainer of the year Hudson said during the B. ET broadcast she was standing there because she watch the N. double ACP image awards is because of seeing the a repose and Patti LaBelle the Holly berries all these legends you know right here on this stage that inspired me so thank you end up with a C. P. for inspiring girls like me other winners include Will Smith Anthony Anderson sterling K. brown Issa rae and Angela Bassett

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12 LESSONS LEARNED  OCTOBER  No. 10 - burst 3

Anna Jelen The Time Expert Podcast

01:54 min | 9 months ago

12 LESSONS LEARNED OCTOBER No. 10 - burst 3

"I'm I'm Anna and I am a well... What am I? It was in October when myself doubt almost got me to the ground. And do you know why? Because our thought I didn't own my titles anymore. And I had many. I was the time expert I was a keynote speaker. I was a podcast. But a lot had happened last year, and suddenly I thought, is the name time expert out of date? And I had not given a speech in one and a half years due to Corona, so was I still a keynote speaker? And I was not too fond of the title podcaster. On a long walk in the Swedish Woods, I understood. There is work to do annapurna. You have an identity problem. And this is what I have learned about how titles influence our identity. Welcome. Holly, I'm Jane and I'm a psychologist. Hi, I'm Peter and I am a software engineer. Hi, whoever and I am a coach. Now do this. Wherever you are, take your title away. Who are you now? Just Jane or Peter? And now take your name away. Who are you now? It does feel good to have a name doesn't it?

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"holly" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

05:31 min | 11 months ago

"holly" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Nation, that's why we're talking today with Holly about getting your image to work for you not against you and Holly, you're a personal stylist. So we have to start with a question. What exactly is a personal stylist? I am so glad you asked. Personal style, a personal stylist is a little bit like a personal trainer. So as someone guide you through a workout, what we do is we guide you through the process of doing the work, you know, to figure out the best fit and style for your age, your life face, your wardrobe and your budget. I'm really that loss connection between the consumer and the retailer that explains fit, fabric. You know, in detail for someone's age industry and lifestyle. When you buy a car, of course, you already know how to drive, but they still sit there and explain everything to you. There's no one to do that. I explain all the details when buying clothes that people really aren't familiar with. So fire nation, I hope you can realize why I brought Holly on to talk about this topic specifically. Because most people right now think that a personal stylish is only for those rich and famous people, are those people who think that wrong? Yes. And this is a service that is really reachable for people in any budget or tax bracket. In this country, people see celebrities and they automatically feel inferior because we put celebrities on a pedestal. Personal styling is a service that you can seek out at any budget to help your style evolve with your age. So it's important that you figure out who can help you in your area. I help people virtually all the time. I also travel and help people, but it is not out of reach for someone who is, you know, on a regular budget. So far, I hope you realize that this conversation applies to you. This conversation is not for the British and famous. It's for a fire nation..

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"holly" Discussed on Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"holly" Discussed on Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

"Really good friends. And i said so. Britney did a big huge follow tap dance in the middle of the show that was that they reported they picked up my daughter's tap dancing routine found on the stage. No joe and my daughter had already moved in nashville. She did that show. She move on national after she did that. Show that my hair stood up. That's when you really feel you know that they're affecting produce my daughter's happening thing routines and they have it on thin running on my gosh. Was it you that i heard somebody had heard like growling or something. I half was that you. I have heard growing have been actually in a play. It wasn't me. It was the kids from nineteen ninety. Ninety eight that group of kids we were all on stage and the manager was stage left and she kept hearing this girl and she thought it was one of the guys aggravating. And she gets when she. You know be quiet. It was during a play and unless she just turned thunder speed around the catch him and there was nobody there so she waves it. She's freaking out. She's ready to just walk off. The stage should just stay with me and sure enough because there's a staircase that goes right behind the face managers that it goes down and then you turn and you can go into the audience but you have to open up a dual and so anyway. That was open. That staircase was open and sure enough. We're staying there. And we heard that brow really evil brow balata we all turned around and then we felt the rupp rumble of it. Just rumbled with more wholesome and we. We had yeah we and even our director stop without the audience felt everybody checking a little earthquake like earthquake. You know. it's not like weird now. I would have quit assist this show. This that is so crazy We wanted to ask you while we have you because well holly was trying to look for like information. All we really found was the year that that it was built And we couldn't find any information further even on dorothy summers yourself in hollywood telling me that a lot of people actually see the ghost or hear the ghost of dorothy summers and we know nothing about her welsh in general. Let back the older kids like. I'm all for the older kids. You aggravate this little bit. Because dorothy summersville alive. When all this stuff was going on she was route for school. So it's not. Dorothy is is not hurt and there was a fire earlier after the building had been built there was a fire in there and i had to rebuild part of the theater. And that's the for. No one was hurt right. So i really don't think there's been a tragedy there in my personal opinion is i just. There's so many people were in dance groups that come through there you know. That's an entertaining. I just think eighth off of of the people there and then imitates then you know. Yeah and that's so once you're and when it wants your stuff some wind ago type crap we also have to remember that you know before there was ever a college there at all. I mean this is smack in the middle of oklahoma and so it's native american lands. And you know all that that's indian territory. There's no telling what constantly we're in agree with that. To the last thing that i wanted to hit this is just like a surprise. Bonus out of nowhere because mom was like. Hey ask vicky about the gemini twin too and so a The majority of my acting career After so at dorothy summers i was i was small i was in the broadway productions and stuff like that an act to stuff there but once we started mainly taking over the gym so dear everyone the gym and i used to be a theater. It was twinned theaters since the name. One of them sat like three hundred seven people the other ones that like two hundred something people so now. It is a community theater. When you walk in when you go to the theater you go to the left to watch the place so the right side is our side as the thespians of the world and so. That's where our wardrobe is. There's tons of closed. There's makeup jewelry. All the costumes props set stuff is over so that side of the theaters. Basically gutted and we use it you know to get ready and then go to the stage from the other side of the stage at who is a community theater that's what. Act since for everyone. Thank you for saying that. They no problem so Mom said that you would have like i. I was there. I mean so much of my like junior and high school career. Whenever i wasn't in something at school and i had several people that saw things and saw a lady and address and saw things behind us in heard things and that that building doesn't have as much history i think it will it opened in nineteen seventy two but at the same time you know. I'm the president factors that. But i don't know when it shut down. I don't know when we started doing stuff. They're like i really don't know. I just know that the first movies that were played there where robert redford movie. Barbra streisand movie. And it was the nineteen seventy two but anyways to bomb said that you would probably have stories and she said she has some and so. I'd like to know years at that okay. So that theater that also that if you don't have the lights on it's pitch black in there so one one night i was working on the set and i was there by myself i am working on and we had a guy he you know he was special need and he wanted to apply. For course me. I'm gonna find a way to put this man in a play as he loved it so much but he would every night he would come in and he would go to the side that you were talking about. That has the theater where where you sit. And he would come in he would always say vicky you know my name and he would come to the stage and wait for me and i was his routine so i'm in there working on set on the other side and black in the theater stages and so i'm working and i hear him i really do. I hear him come in and walk up on stage and you could hear him walking up on the age and then he said vicky. I'm in here. I call out his name on the only called. I'm in here in the usually comes right. Meet his routine me. So i'm working in. He didn't have right timmy. And then a couple of multiple stage again. Vicky and and i said i'm in here off name again and he didn't come to me and i thought what is he doing so walk in there and i flipped on the light and no one was in there. I got my camera. And i took a picture of and then when my back then you had to develop. You're so right.

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"holly" Discussed on Beyond Picket Fences

Beyond Picket Fences

08:26 min | 1 year ago

"holly" Discussed on Beyond Picket Fences

"It's so great to have you here. Grab a seat and get comfortable welcomed to meditation. Mondays brought to you by beyond pick advances today. Holly climb leads you through meditation. You can all week to stay calm focused in grounded. Holly klein is business. Owner of ricky light blessings. She has a rakia master teacher. Energy healer and yoga instructor. She is also the author of chrysalis road. Paulie holds a bachelor of art in psychology. She worked in traditional healthcare for eighteen years prior to changing to holistic health. Holly provides a variety of services that include reiki healing rakia instruction guided meditations a caution meditations how to connect with your body and energy healing classes. She lives in colorado with her husband and three children. Holly enjoys hiking yoga and spending time with friends and family to contact holly visit her website at raking light blessings dot com or email. Mail her at holly at ricky light blessings dot com now settled. Let us begin. I would like you to gently. Close your eyes take a deep breath in through your nose and exhale out your mouth expanding your stomach as you breathe in breathing in and breathing out. Does your tummy comes in where again. Thank you to continue breathing. Like you think i let go all stress just allow the stress to two way. I let go all things that way on my heart. Go all these things now letting it floats away from you. I let go of all energy. Not for me somehow. All this energy that is not for you to float away right now. I want you to see all of these things floating away. They rise up into the sky and they shimmer away. They are no more. All of these things are gone. I want you to take a deep breath through your nose and exhale out your mouth. You feel relaxed. You feel wider. This feels good. I want you to think. I opened celo. I allow loving energy to fill me right now. I opened and received allow now this energy to enter in. Fill all parts of you like you to see a door in front of you are likely to push this door open. I would like you to step through the door. Look down at your feet. See the ground beneath your feet. Ground can be sand ground can be grass ground can be dirt macron any ground that you like at this moment like you look around look at this place that is meant just for you can be a forest can be a beach. All places have water. You can hear the water. The water that flows knocked with your place. Connect with your home. You belong here. This place is just for you now. I want you to see and hear your wider. Walk closer to your water. I want you to step into your water. you can have just chosen fedin. You can fully get into your wire anything that calls to you. Want you to connect to the energy of the water as water brings you health sweater. Brings you wisdom this water. Brings you truth the sweater. Brings you love this. Water reminds you that you are valued swatter reminds you that you are worthy. Miss reminds you that you are allowed to stay in your wire for a little bit longer and just received the blessing the flow the energy of your water connect fully with your water. You come out your water to the ground again. The safety the security stability the physical nece being connected to your ground. I would like you to see a bridge. This bridge can go across to water. This bridge can be in the grass. Verge can be in the sand. This fridge can go into the sky. Spreads can go to rocks. Look at your bridge. I want you to walk across your bridge as you work across in what you to see the color of your bridge i want you to feel. The energy of your bridge. Feels good you know the spreads you know this place on the other side of this bridge. I want you to see person of light. You may see one person. You may see two or three. See as many people of light as you want. I want you to think. Mrs person of light is it a female. Is this person of light to mail. Is this person of light towels short. Is this person of late older young..

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"holly" Discussed on Make the Grade with Dr. Steven Greene

Make the Grade with Dr. Steven Greene

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"holly" Discussed on Make the Grade with Dr. Steven Greene

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"holly" Discussed on Make the Grade with Dr. Steven Greene

Make the Grade with Dr. Steven Greene

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"holly" Discussed on Make the Grade with Dr. Steven Greene

"Lack of success. That was creative. Thinking would ever helped you in your journey. I mean it's certainly like outside the box like in terms of being an entrepreneur in general. It's it's kind of frowned upon sometimes just because it's not the whole go to college degree And i would not saying. Don't get a degree you should have education But if you want to explore entrepreneurship know later on in life at the same time which is kind of the route i took. I still have my full time job. I still have that. So i would say certainly like don't don't feel bad to be creative like if you're someone that isn't getting high grades in school that doesn't mean you're a failure you know like that's you're you're probably the creative person that just has different interests or maybe you don't want it that way so it's not you know you have to and you're going to survive and you're going to get rates and they can pass but you you had to get creative in what you did to actually get there so that's outside the box thinking that will help you later on in life in the business world not so much studying from a textbook talking about the holly hustle. Come up with me. I mean obviously it's huge which has combined with it actually a lot of an and that's like that's my personal creeds. I'm aside from like the business. I i actually am a pretty creative person. Like i like photography taking pictures created all of my websites like i had my peace of mind property. That's my real estate company. I created that website and created holly hustle. I like doing that. So i like trying to think of things that are catchy slogans and stuff like that wording. So if your name was rene wouldn't be the rene hustle. No little holly something. My middle name is an but you know. It's sort of like an highly hustle. Well no it's.

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"holly" Discussed on Make the Grade with Dr. Steven Greene

Make the Grade with Dr. Steven Greene

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"holly" Discussed on Make the Grade with Dr. Steven Greene

"A lot of people would say that's an incredible idea and some visit. Why would we want to work for free. And i'm saying that rhetorically because clearly the answer at least partly should be to learn from these people but what people don't see which is low less obvious on the surface is connection. You'll make and people you meet. I've i know lots of people who have jobs now because they used to work somewhere else. Make connections there. People people routinely move around different jobs but they keep the connections and now they get other opportunities. Other places happens in every industry pretty much. Hey steve my guest holly fagin the holly hustle. We're gonna talk about that name a second. Holly is coming from us and talking about really. I think a lot of really valuable things. Not so much academic but this is really success principles. Things everybody's going to need to know and whole idea of goals get driven goals learning for people who are experts in their field which i agree super important. You want to single out of any any. You mentioned a few names with the podcast in real estate but anybody who's been particularly valuable as a mentor slash resource for you that the honor here and like really with the larger apartment buildings and things like that rocky is one who and yet not paid to do that. Well because sometimes people don't realize where they got helped until later. I i'll tell you a quick story not to to my own horn but maybe this will i down the supermarket like a month ago. We were making something. Didn't have soy sauce. I i hate going to march for one thing. It's annoying but that's why i had to do them in line to check out as a personal mommy look familiar. But i couldn't quite place them and you're looking at me. And i like i know you and it turned out it was somebody. I tutored when their ninth grade. Biology in a couple.

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"holly" Discussed on Beyond Picket Fences

Beyond Picket Fences

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"holly" Discussed on Beyond Picket Fences

"Ooh moon Ooh I would like you to open your eyes. i would like you to take. I feel good after this episode. Please subscribe to our podcast. By clicking the subscribe button. If you're enjoying our podcast with if you could take a moment to give us a five star rating and write a quick review to work directly with holly klein you can email her at holly at raking light. Blessings dot com or visit her website at wiki. Light blessings dot.

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"holly" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"holly" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Holly types of that stuff on Robertson. Mrs Calabash to Buddy Holly, your final this week. Wasn't that in Cedar Rapids, Iowa? You know what? Let's go to bring this guy right now. It's getting frightening. Yeah. Unbelievable. Amazing sequences sequence their incredible sequence starting with your Ben Hogan. Dick Hogan pull to stuff in the mix. It's a big black coffee. Good. Hello, baby 21 out to Hollis. Fame changed its rules of eligibility. Big Bob Bork, lamenting They changed it to get him in immediately. That's right to see so anyway, there you go. That's the giant's going to pitch. But that's not all by way of saying the giant's going to Pittsburgh and they're gonna roll. Did you gonna last thing Because I don't think you said unless I missed it. Did you give me the Clemente home runs? I did not give you I'd like to get those if I could. Many of the 500. No, no, no, no. 202 140 was money. It wasn't about your close both way off. He almost had a half of 500 killing the home run guy, but two forties. Nothing to spend No. Five on the text says he was going to Nicaraguan that rings a bell with me to Nicaragua. That is correct. That is correct. Nick around Yes. Second Nicaraguan dropping the morning after me. Passing on. Denny Martinez is perfect game to go to that mall. We took Nicaragua The big Bopper to rap with Van Halen showing 81 everything playing, we've done, everything would play the Wigan song again. And which we got to do it. Tell me when you need it. I got it because the Warriors are smoking hot. Which crazy about the warriors is that they still haven't shaken the Memphis Grizzlies. And that you'd think the way the words were playing beating Utah and Phoenix would be like, Okay, we're all done with that note. Memphis is right on their A and Memphis now plays sacramental Thursday, Friday at home. I don't know if Luke Walton is gonna go down there mess with the Grizzlies. I think it's going to come that I don't think I mean most everybody thinks it's coming down to Sunday. Sunday will be a playoff game. Basically, Yeah. I mean, not really, because even if they lose, they are in the play and back it, They'll just be a nine instead of an eight. And then they would still have a chance to advance by beating the 10 and then beating the loser of the 78. It was called Also about last night. The end of the game. Did you guys feel like the crowd like actually like the crowd was amped? They were going off at the end of that game last night, Everybody was standing pumping her mentioned that in the crowd. Yeah, and the rabbit was that the body was there the therapy but he was there. Good good. Hey, guys feel about the therapy, But he was chasing the lesson. You know, I'm okay with it. So maybe the bunny should be part of the two step that thing here. This is the official warriors ran ops. We called the bunny hop in Rabbit of the Golden State Warriors. She milking this thing next round. There you go. Just as has the body. That's the problem makes animal many doors. But has the bunny jump the shark? We don't have a legitimate questions. I'm turning on the money. Speer. You tell us what the hell's going on with the Oakland A's and horses and baseball on can be our 1045 and 6 80, the sports leader. He's he's Murph in Mac, Stream us on KNBR. Calm through your smartphone or desktop. We are these sports leader. This traffic.

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"holly" Discussed on Dealcasters

Dealcasters

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"holly" Discussed on Dealcasters

"Was just man as you know she talked about this. He talked about this or whatever and share it with somebody. i think. That is the greatest marketing engine for for podcasts. What are your. What's your take on. That i agree. I share podcasts. All the time. I i enjoy listening to other people and the different stories that they share and word of mouth is the best right. So if if you could share culture factor. That would be really great. And eventually i'll have another podcast building zero to podcast now. So they'll be. It'll be another one so please share 'cause you know that's that's what it's all about and honoring fearing yes you had asked me about the podcast on and so what i'd like to tell you. That culture factor started out around the concept that cultural strategy for breakfast too. It's a famous saying and it was one that really reflected classical business and the way it's always been done and started the podcast with that in mind and was interviewing people about what makes a healthy company culture for them you know and it was from the c. suite talking with with founders and leaders and really having that conversation along the way i sort of changed it again because it what was difficult does that cova change the narrative ray changed the way we traditionally do business so not everybody is going to those skyscrapers. That are you know up and down. Fifth avenue in new york city anymore and were in a fragmented world or all. Remote somewhat hybrid. I'm there's some companies that have just gone under some are just trying to figure it out. Because maybe they're like manufacturing and distribution thank you essential workers and so it's changed and i felt that the old model for doing business business was not the conversation anymore so i took a look at company culture and said it's different. Now we have to talk about. How coveted shaping. What while our leaders doing now to keep their businesses afloat and what's happening with the people who work there Some are having excruciating levels of burnell and some are becoming emerging leaders like. There's this whole new dynamic happening and so it was really important to me to reframe the podcast. So i actually rebranded it in october to reflect on a saying that seth godin said in his book. This is marketing. He's a culture is strategy. So i shifted to really focus on that and i shifted my conversations to talk about. How leaders are managing what they're doing and i actually have interviewed. You know up and coming leaders that are in the ecosystem of their of their business to try and understand order they doing. How are we all working together in our work. Life and our personal life are so intertwined. Now there's no work life balance is kind of fallacy right like it. It's really hard to say that that even exists anymore. It's it's one thing when work work takes away from being with your family which happens. Often people have overtime and all that but when work physically infiltrates your home. Space changes the dynamic will everything that's like personal and private and special is now up for public consumption right so it's really really hard so that's been the conversation and then i recently had thought that i almost want to take a slight break from it to watch the next iteration of company culture. Because now that we're getting vaccinated and there's hope in the future What businesses will go back to brick and mortar. What businesses will adopt fully remote. What businesses will go hybrid and what will work not the same for everybody but what will work and what. And what does business look like then. And how are you building culture now. So the podcast really has taken on a lot of different lives and i'm not even one hundred percent. Sure where it's going. So maybe that's the beauty of it so we'll see we'll see where it goes next. So holly you mentioned that there you've talked to to Some people on the podcast that are emerging leaders and that have developed great strategies tactics. Whatever or what have you to develop and make their company grow during this during this time and what are. Some examples may be the people that you've spoken to during this time and maybe some some things that they're doing that are that are changing This whole this whole narrative and then when we get to whatever the other side of this or when know like you said the vaccines out and and people start to feel more comfortable. You know coming you know together and whatnot. Are they going to thrive and be that further ahead from those. That are just sort of sitting and waiting back for the doors. Just open again such great questions so so much to impact there so the roi the the end goal riot like Have we cruised productivity. The answer is yes and no right or certain companies that have really thrived through this year. You look at the tech industry for example Make no mistake there years ahead of us now right like if you're store that made cookies in your store who made a saas platform. It's like a completely different animal. So i think that people are moving forward and what i'm seeing is that when i say emerging leadership i think that companies because happened so fast they were open to people within the company Morphing the company like helping it make changes and open to new ideas because it it was overnight for the first time we can really say it was overnight right so you know the only way to really survive is to really lean in on the talent that's there and let them rise to the top with ideas and hope something sticks to the law so that did happen There's just been a lot of People who are rising and that doesn't mean by age when i say emerging leadership. I don't necessarily mean that like the youngest are thriving. Because actually what i'm seeing is a unique Dynamic that people that were starting to be looked upon as aging out of certain communities businesses are now being looked at a little bit differently because they bring a different experience to the table about how to maintain relationships how to communicate how to cross mentor. They bring other things to the table. That somebody who's new to the business world doesn't bring it. It doesn't mean that they won't have those skills at some point but somebody who's twenty five does not have the same amount of knowledge as somebody who's forty. They might be extremely well schools and they may have rate things to share and they will and they're going to grow and everybody's can thrive with the company. I'm just saying you know make no mistake. There's there's been emerging leadership happening in a lot of different ways. And i think that's what's so beautiful is that I think everybody can win..

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"holly" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

Sprinkled with Hope

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"holly" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

"Welcome to sprinkle with hope your host shame today. Our guest is holly reporter. She has some seriously amazing experiences that she's gone through and lessons that she's learned from that. I really hope you listen. In to what she's saying and the messages that she's very portraying hollies gone through some really difficult trials. I mean going back to her childhood and she shares those with us today. And i really think as you listen just really think of what you would do in adversity win. It's faced against you. What kind of decisions and things are you gonna think of so. Hopefully you get something out of this. I think you will tune in holly porter. welcome has nine welcome to sprinkle with hope podcast and your host shane today. We have our guest holly porter. She wants to tell you that she's not special. But i reminded her that she has this thing called life that she's lived and she has some amazing stories. That will get to holly. Thank you so much for joining us today. Thanks for having me guys. I'm really excited to be here. So holly for those people who don't know a little bit about you. Why don't we just jump in really quick because we feel like people learn valuable lessons about life and how we can manage through life by sharing personal experiences and trials and struggles that we have overcome. Why don't we just dive in really quick and share a story that you have experienced in life that you feel like would be pertinent to people listening. Okay so i feel like my whole life faithful obstacles and trials and had to overcome and entered the end and it started when i was young. Clear back when i was in fourth grade. We lived on my grandpa's little dairy farm and the little farmhouse we lived in caught on fire and displaced our family. So we had to move and i had to change schools and that was kind of hard for me because i was not outgoing. I was very shy as a little girl. So that definitely a bunch of trials and hardships new for little girl. That was kind of hard for me especially at shy little girl and in high school i was a junior actually was on a day date. That's what they caught even what they call it now. We actually went snowmobiling and on the day. Date might date thought that there was this rabin and looked really cool and had all fresh patterns is like there's no snow mobile tracks down there. That would be kind of fun to go down there and there was some like big power..

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"holly" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"holly" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"On Holly Thursday, February 2nd 1922 Shortly after 7 A.m.. Unusually cold morning in Los Angeles, California, But the town will heat up soon enough because the body is about to be found over at the Alvarado quarter Partners home to some of the biggest names in Hollywood. You've probably seen some of them in the moving pictures. There's someone else in this in this exclusive Hamlet Guy and 404 B. He's a director with several Hollywood hits under his belt. Normally, he would be waiting for his valet to unlock the front door and draw his bath while his driver fired up the custom build McFarlane to deliver him to the studio. But not today. Today, everything is going to be different at Alvarado Cord because that director is bleeding out on his very expensive carpet. Stone cold Dead. On February, 1st 1920 to 1 of Hollywood's most successful directors was found dead in his living room. A bullet in his back. His name was William Desmond Taylor. Within hours. News of his murder spread throughout Hollywood. It was clear from the start. It wasn't a simple Hollywood whodunit list of suspects stretched as long as the line outside a movie premiere. I'm Tracy Patton. Join me and my co host James Remark as we explore one of Hollywood's most fascinating murder mysteries. Murder in Hollywood land. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I Heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one eye hard radio. Here. The top three Blake Shelton songs You've thumbed up..

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"holly" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"holly" Discussed on 600 WREC

"On Holly. It's Thursday. February 2nd 1922 shortly after 7 A.m.. Unusually cold morning in Los Angeles, California, But the town will heat up soon enough because the body is about to be found over the Alvarado court apartments home to some of the biggest names in Hollywood. You've probably seen some of them in the moving pictures. There's someone else of this in this exclusive Hamlet Guy and 404 B. He's a director with several Hollywood hits under his belt. Normally, you would be waiting for his valet to unlock the front door and draw his bath while his driver fired up the custom build McFarland to deliver him to the studio, but not today. Today. Everything is going to be different at Alvarado Cord because that director is bleeding out on his very expensive carpet. Stone cold dead on February 1st 1920 to 1 of Hollywood's most successful directors was found dead in his living room. Bullet in his back. His name was William Desmond Taylor on within hours, news of his murder spread throughout Hollywood. It was clear from the start. It wasn't a simple Hollywood who done it. List of suspects stretched as long as the line outside a movie premiere. I'm Tracy Patton join me and my co host James Remark as we explore one of Hollywood's most fascinating murder mysteries. Murder in Hollywood land. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I Heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts. All in one my art radio. You are the top rolling stone songs that you've thumbed up. Number three painted black. I need to get into a good girl dressed.

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"holly" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"holly" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"On Holly Thursday, February 2nd 1922 Shortly after 7 A.m.. Unusually cold morning in Los Angeles, California, But the town will heat up soon enough because the body is about to be found over at the Alvarado court apartments home to some of the biggest names in Hollywood. You've probably seen some of them in the moving pictures. There's someone else of this Miss Exclusive Hamlet Guy and 404 B. He's a director with several Hollywood hits under his belt. Normally, he would be waiting for his valet to unlock the front door and draw his bath while his driver fired of the custom build McFarlane to deliver him to the studio. But not today. Today, everything is going to be different at Alvarado Cord because that director is bleeding out on his very expensive carpet. Stone cold Dead. On February, 1st 1920 to 1 of Hollywood's most successful directors was found dead in his living room. A bullet in his back. His name was William Desmond Taylor on Within hours, news of his murder spread throughout Hollywood. It was clear from the start. It wasn't a simple Hollywood who done it. List of suspects stretched as long as the line outside a movie premiere. I'm Tracy Patton join me and my co host James Remark as we explore one of Hollywood's most fascinating murder mysteries. Murder in Hollywood land. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I Heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts. All in one. This is w I s in free I heart radio app is number one for music, radio and podcasts, All in one.

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"holly" Discussed on Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

08:35 min | 2 years ago

"holly" Discussed on Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

"It you do it and it's your new. It's your new. You know what you're literally the only person this entire experience that has said that to me news. It's it's more like i'm not saying to you. I'm saying it to myself. If i say to myself enough so the big news. We've been hiding from you all frigging season at least for what two months. Now i can come out. And i am pregnant and today i believe i am fourteen weeks on monday. We get to determine whether it's up voyeur. Girl haven't decided if i want to tell everyone yet. We'll see what happens but you know what every single person has said that to me. Everybody not one person is said. You know what it's a girl. Every single person has said it's boy as a matter of fact my best friend from becca ada. She called she text me a couple of days ago and she was like i had a dream. Oh boy she so. This is the weird part. She had a dream. Like when i was four weeks and i didn't know she had a dream and she text shoes like unique. Get a pregnancy test. And i was like. I'm sorry. what and she was like. No you need. I'm just saying. I had a dream that you're pregnant and i was like okay. Whatever and so. I'm just going about business. And it was like about a month ish month and a half later and i had miss my period and i was freaking out. I took a pregnancy test. And it's positive and i called her and i was like. Are you kidding me. And she's like. I don't know i just had a dream that i that you were pregnant. And so then. She texted me a couple of days ago and she said i had a dream that you're having a boy and i was like damn it so if she's right i don't know so. Are we ruining surprise for you if we tell you it's employees. I don't know. I don't know run widow told me i i don't know i don't really have a preference i guess so. I don't really care boyer earl but but anyway. So that's the big news where spilling it. This is why we keep saying big news in the future about to drop it is. We can just be open about it now but i wanna talk about the update update to the definitions of violent crimes in oklahoma. We talk about that for just a second yet. So finally as of november. I twenty twenty of things that were not classified as violent offenses will now be classified as violent offenses that includes domestic violence for most part. Almost all of it especially by strangulation or with a dangerous weapon or salt battery. Anything like that is now violent as a violent offense. So what what what what domestic violence. Whatever reconsidered violence right. I mean we've complained about it since day. One when the logic then when found the logic in their left pocket it had been washed times. Okay it is mid october an hour pot of her coming up which will be october thirty first. That was the very first date of our very first episode. So kismet for us i. It's so with that being said we thought we would celebrate with a couple creepy episodes So we can celebrate our pot of her serie and halloween simultaneously. Yeah so today. We are going to talk about some personal supernatural encounters. We've had over the years Mostly i found a tape recording. And no i did not miss say that tape. Recording a seance. That holly and i did with our moms i want to say. I know that it was on friday the thirteenth. Because you stated that at one point in the tape. But i i could narrow down the year. I know that it was prior to me knowing my husband so it had to have been before two thousand ten. So this tape that i had to transfer over to digital is literally ten eleven maybe even twelve years old 'cause i lived in another part of texas at the time it wasn't just the the whole thing wasn't just like the best recording side pulled some clips from at the ones. That were really clear that you could hear us talking. Really clear and i did find some pretty creepy responses here and there from things that were not there and so you'll just have to make your own thoughts about that but you know what's funny. I was I was telling my mom about it earlier. Because there's one part on the tape that her. And i both know for a fact there. There was a very creepy voice at one point yelling at you and we both remember distinctly hearing that on the tape after we had recorded seance. And what's crazy. Is that at the end of the tape. You and your mom actually talk about it as well so i guess at some point we stopped and listened to the first part of the sant's y'all we did because we wanted to see if we got any answers and if we needed to change do something else exactly and your mom was like well. We heard that voice telling you to shut up and you're like you said something like yeah but it it wasn't telling me to. I can't remember like it kind of fizzled out. But i know that you and your mom both heard it at that point. So that's four different witnesses at least because we weren't the only ones there because l. was there in e was there. We know there were at least two other people there besides me you and our mothers at least but the weird part was is that i have still yet to find that on the recordings i played this thing. I've listened to it at least three times from the original version. And then i switched over to digital and listen to it from there and it's just not there anymore and i told my mom about it like i told you and she said the same thing you did. She was like maybe. It was the recorder. That was haunted. Maybe is just the frequency it plays because maybe it's designed to pick up certain things or they weren't designed to block out certain things just like our podcast equipment. You can't hear him in the living room plan called duty but like if it was if it was something older you'd literally here like the caller striving by so right. Exactly no.

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"holly" Discussed on Plant Of The Week

Plant Of The Week

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"holly" Discussed on Plant Of The Week

"I was out looking around the other day after a little bit of rain and see what good that had done and looked up and and brushed my shoulder against the shrub. That's I don't know seven feet tall thousand or so feet wide couple three of them. They are Holly's this particular group of holidays are called Sparkleberry. There are a number of shrub types of holidays. Mine happens to have the reddest of red flowers They're the size of a half a cranberry in terms of that but a brilliant red sign sign theme and then there are the other holidays. If you're lucky enough to have a well-drained organic soil that can be or ears a little acidic the American holly tree which gets very large and and doesn't quite a beautiful job south of here in Columbus area. That is south of Main in an area that's got some age to it. There are a number of large American holidays they happen to grow wage. What was the old River Bank area of the Olentangy then one that I do not understand have not understood but it is an American holly. It stands right behind the sidewalk sidewalk is south of the tree then six feet in the curb and then the hot blacktop the driveway gives a heat off the blacktop all morning long all well all midday. It is in the absolutely wrong position presently twelve feet tall and has to be trimmed back in diameter. So it doesn't block The View coming out of the driveway. So that is the Holi story. There are many many kinds and they do require a better soil than what I'm going to call our average Olentangy River junk long does work into the process, but you need to add a lot of organic either compost or peat moss then add some powdered sulfur and so on so that you can get it. Let's just say well drained and acidic then you can log So darn your any Holly and I well my Sparkle berries are fifteen or twenty years old and each year. Well, they don't flourish in size anymore. They've picked out in size. Like I say seven eight feet tall and and white, but they're they've been generous in flour. And then when it comes the time where the dead birds I'm going to call them and principally the Robin are flocking in the middle of winter and there's been a couple of darn good freezes. That's often those little berries. I have counted them if they'd hold still I would know better count but I've counted twenty five or more Robbins on that shrub in one given point and in two days, it's been picked clean and they move on looking for food so it can be a pleasure. If you it can feed the birds. And of course the red orange belly of a rabbit in the wintertime is quite something. So that's those then I just yep. To throw in for interest and color and bird. Well call it food. The seed heads on many of our plants the the well, let's check. There are several groups of plants. I happen to leave the cold flowers and I don't have very many of them, but I'll leave a cone flower into coreopsis and so on those things that have a seed-spitting head on them the Fitch just love those little rascals. So I leave them and other things then we turn to the shrubs and there I have several shrubs including viburnum that are now in in either a yellow or red stage of fruit. Some will go on and turn black and again once there is some fries if softens the fruit same with flowering crabapple birds can eat them now, but I suppose they're full of element a little hard to digest it's pretty solid yet. But as soon as we've had several freezes, which I don't necessarily personally look forward to but it's dead. For the fruit and again, the birds will just go crazy and where I like to do what I can to preserve nature those things will be left to stand and I enjoy the tan colors and so on edge of leaving grasses stand. I leave the other plants looking wintry. I happen to enjoy that that leaves something in the garden, others want to clean up totally and that's fine. But those things are that the big deal for this week..

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"holly" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

08:34 min | 2 years ago

"holly" Discussed on How I Built This

"Week, but then I also immediately thought about my seventeen kids that I taught that year in the classroom. And never once did I see a tube of sunscreen on the school campus. Despite the fact that the children were on the playground in the middle of the day, and often even staying an in sports in the afternoon, no one was wearing sunscreen. And and to be clear with the vast majority of us are not wearing sunscreen all the time, right? This is just not part of our. It's not. It's like brushing your teeth. Most people don't just don't do this. This is two thousand five and you start to think. What like hey, maybe maybe I can figure out a way to get people to wear sunscreen all the time, not just at the beach. was that what you were thinking like? Immediately asked so I found the study by Memorial Sloan Kettering that was talking

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