21 Burst results for "Houma"
"houma" Discussed on The Divine I AM
"So if you don't know how to do it is to these shown acidic guided to learn how to understand and remove that level of illusion and cr clearly and then this is suppression again. This is that we all do. We push those things down. And we want to have like a happy face on it and shrew connections a love. Drew is not suppressing or pushing down of the things that feel bad. It's actually a releasing us to allow them to come up and moves through in. Yes we may not feel very joyful for a bit of time while we're allowing but ultimately it allows us to tap into a much deeper and more authentic joy that is ever present and is it something that we have to be only experiencing around the suffer supressing and then this is the taliban. This is about being absolutely present in the moment because that's the only way that you can be attributes artists and being attract artists. This is just such a beautiful metaphor that you they must be all of them. Have to be completely absolutely and totally in the moment. Because if they're not someone's gonna fall so to me. This overall message is no matter how much we are focusing on our ascension so to speak or whatever language you might want to use the awakening journey. Your soul's journey of awakening is still super practical and it's in the small interactions with each other and with ourselves. That true freedom can come to sue. Don't overlook those little things. They're very airy important. They're easier than you think. And their what will allow you. They can be the blocks to the awareness of loves presents. So i wish for each and every one of you that you continue to know the power of your own journey and inner freeing of your mind really so that you can experience the greatest join. that's very authentic and live your sole purpose in this life right now because the world needs or gifts. Thank you so much for being part of it and being here with me and thank you lisa for inviting me. I'm so excited to be here. I believe me. Oh my goodness i can't wait. I just can't wait to have you back again. I just want to let you know ira is. Also she was in clubhouse and she's on youtube this up real quick. Thank you uma. We appreciate you sharing your gift with us on this full moon night. Love and light and julie's as you are awesome tonight houma love listening to all the messages great rating tonight. Highly recommend checking out mob bodey. Www the mama. You m a burst. V. e. r. s. e. dot com. If any of this resonated tonight. And i can't thank you enough for joining us. We greatly appreciate you all cross the feeds all the podcast peeps out there. Thank you so much for joining us. We greatly appreciate it. I just love seeing familiar. Friendly phases come back So much loved you all and did you have anything else. You wanted to say before we close out. No you said it all those to anybody you so much. Oh my goodness yes guys and again if he received the reading. Even if you didn't want to check this out we're at the divine. I am on youtube. Twitter twitch lincoln and please be sure to hit that notification bell or subscribe because we're hoping to have 'em hoop nadan houma back and all of our other beautiful energy practitioners join us every week. So much loved you guys take care and have a wonderful weekend. A by guys everybody.
"houma" Discussed on H3 Podcast
"It's we are replicating step for step. The well the twist from pulp. Fiction with houma thurman and john travolta aka vincent vega and and i'm the plot of the and then what were they doing at the time jack habit nance contest are that's words from evens got such a headache and if you haven't seen pulp fiction one of the best movies of all time. Okay so let's go do the dance. You guys can see it here. Also all my tiktok super exciting. This i'm expecting to get fifty million. Plus views huge. I'm wearing my head. I'm wearing my pants from like the seventies look That well said. I wanna dance. I wanna win. I want that trophy. Another pulp fiction. Referendum there are fire. But that's just before they do all right. Let's go to the dance. How hanging for watching families. We'll see you for on wednesday slash thursday off the rails and friday. We're working on something a little. The schedules a little off because he does gone where working. We're figuring it out. See you guys. On pound now compound slow. I think it's will pass and ended slam. It pounded smash up all of those. All right guys yeats. It needs to eat. Oh perfect eith- it but also that's not correct usage but you got one hundred bucks all right. Yeah all right or.
"houma" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Yeah so You know obviously we are getting an all of the diversity consultants. I'm friends with are all getting inundated with requests for some kind of diversity training. I had a a lovely woman. Say we've decided we wanted to become an anti-racist organization but we don't really know what that needs like okay. There are a lot of steps. She was like the bringing home. The newborn. i'm wanting it to be in college. Lot of steps between where you are now and actually becoming an anti-racist organization and thank you for wanting to be on the journey super appreciate that we really look at inclusion as an end diversity inclusion and belonging is how i like to talk about as the natural outcome of building brave cultures if you've got conscious leaders and you've got cultures that are purpose driven. That are innovative. That are you know. Overtly committed to being inclusive. Then inclusion just is is not gonna not happen k. but we also have much like our leadership model is primarily focused on the the being. But there's the be do know we've got an inclusion model that actually stiff diagram it starts in the upper right circle with the me as the leader Internally referenced so that's the houma being the leader so that So that i can encourage people to shine but who am i being first and foremost where have i neglected myself. Where have i wear my excluding myself. Where am i where have i kicked myself out of my own home. And that's probably very in line with the you know. The folks who get burnout are not taking care of that circle whom i being a human. How might taking care of myself. So that i am well resourced for the time when i then jumped upper left circle where it still about me but now it's about me as a leader externally referenced as it relates to others and this is about who who can i be vit- their lights will shine paraphrasing the original..
"houma" Discussed on The Side Quest Inn Podcast
"Try remember. You said you could talk to horses animals. I've talked to. They're the same way that it just happened and talking to you now. Sometimes i talk to lock doors or a horse or doors. No you said. I just talked to you you talking about my mistress buddy and talking to her fine. That's fine okay. never mind. it's fine. We know that houma and you know your. Your friend starts with an lewis. Yeah yeah. I mean those tracks the horses here. They must be somewhere. Yeah actually see their tracks roll another role if we need to see their tracks. No you guys see their tracks the heads down You can see through the foliage this this huge statue of an elephant that's like rearing up On on two legs. What the hell is that. The horse i've ever sleep. Do i know that that's from the guard. No you'd have to get closer but we're gonna bounce back to them real quick back inside this manner. I want to shoot out a clarification so flesh to stone. A second edition works very different from first edition. You guys feld your saves and neither of you critically felt so you're actually just both slowed one as your legs are turning to stone every round in combat. You're gonna roll another save and if you fell you move up another slowed category. If he's exceed you go down slowed category if you ever reach slowed three. You're permanently turned to stone so you're literally actively changing to stone as as this fight is going on. Oh jeez okay so to recap with you to notice this guy. You're helping suddenly like strip this disguise and you see this medusa appear and like snake hair and everything Glares at you and you you start your you fill your legs. Starting to like muscles clenching. That's not the right word. Like hardening hardening great. You feel your muscles hardening as turning to stone. I need everybody to roll me initiative so luma this all happened..
"houma" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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Looking for a good scare? Here are 12 of the best underrated horror movies you need to stream this Halloween
"Halloween season where all stuck at home no one's allowed to go trick or treating in some areas. No one's allowed to do a lot of things. A lot of areas now the other day I was sitting at home and I talked about this to go I was wanting to watch my cheesy horror movies and right now I. Think I'm trying to get I'm trying to get caught up on the Har Movies because my wife does not like horror movies. She does not like she's like they scare me and like on our movies today like modern day horror movies aren't like the horror movies like the junk scares that you that you were watching the Halloween the Friday, the thirteenth, which kind of cheesy after a certain point or any old school halloween movies that. Everyone was scared about I was like Oh my God murderer murderers, ones that really really get me and I'll eat them up. I'll eat them up all day long. I'll sit when my covers pulled all the way up through my nose is those paranormal activities if they could just do a whole bunch of those based in different areas and make me feel like they're real man I love that. I, love watching. Watch Houma God who that could happen that technically could happen. That's the way how a horror movies would scare me is technically that would happen Texas chainsaw massacre. Yes. Sure. If you're a bunch of dumb ass kids in the middle of Texas freighter Thirteenth Yeah No one's coming back from the dead, not yet and. Michael Myers escape from a mental institution. Yeah. That that that can happen somewhere. But not here, this company right here anytime they put their name on a movie. You know how you see the opening credit I say the opening credits the distributed by a such and such film bubble Blah broadcasting or whatever. If I ever see this right here on a movie I'm I'm what I'm already sold I'm watching it and it's bloom house productions b. l.. U. M. House productions, and it's got the low kids sitting in the corner and the the spinning rocking chair because they are a little bit more. Now, the concept of the movie could be really really simple. Really really basic but the way they shoot the movie The cinematography in the movie is always awesome. The music really really awesome. The cut scenes are really really good to the stories flow very, very well, and because of my film theater. And you're like I, don't know what Bloom House production is but you've seen them and here's a top list of all the ones that they started in two thousand. Twenty years ago. By a gentleman by the name, of Jason Blum Jason Blum has created divisions like horror movies, international, TV's and stuff but the horror movies are the ones that like the most and just to give you an idea of what kind of movies they put out you've seen them, you're ready. The first original purge is a bloom house production. Insidious Chapter Two is a blue house production dark skies. Let's see what else paranormal activity in two, thousand, fourteen, another purge the Ouija. Not Luigi Weedy G Board unfriendly, which I just watched the other day and if you watch on fronted it's on Netflix right now it's a really unique concept on how they made just your computer screen itself a horror movie. That's all you see is someone's computer screen and like skype calls, and then that's it. You don't there's no outside footage there's no cameras walking around the building there's no dubbed-in video leads it. Is. One hundred percent done on a computer screen and that's really cool I just watched it. The other day was on call him Fred. Scary nuts gary. It's unique. You just wanted to see it unfold. Let's see split. You know the movie with What's his name Shamlan Bloom House produced it get out with Jordan Peele Bloom House produced it Happy Death Day great movie insidious as you can see I'm. Going right down the list and then of course, the two thousand and twenty one that came out called the again that was a blue house production anytime I see a Blue House production they've got one coming out called the magic eight ball where they teamed up with Mattel film or Mattel films, Mattel the toy they're doing the magic eight ball, which is the one where you shake the ball and you. Could see. Oh my God. My Future Bloom House anything Bloom House has if you're looking for a Halloween a scary night of a theater and watching an extreme weird a lot of movies make you think a lot it's very unique how they approach their style. So anyways, that's Blue House
Music that Imitates Inanimate Objects
"Hello. I'm Naomi Lewin. Welcome to classics for kids. It's pretty obvious that at the beginning of the second movement of Beethoven's Eighth Symphony The Orchestra is imitating something mechanical. That's not a clock ticking. It's a metronome, the machine that was invented to show exactly how fast or slow a piece of music should be played before the metronome. The only way to show the tempo of a piece was by writing fast slow, very fast or very slow usually in Italian on the music. But a composer had no way of telling you exactly how fast very fast was. That's where the. Comes in. In, the early eighteen hundreds Dutch inventor named Dietrich Nichols Vinko perfected a machine that could be adjusted to take at set speeds, but Vinko wasn't a good salesman. So he didn't get credit for it. A friend of Beethoven's Johann. NEPOMUK melt. Seoul was the one who took out the patent on the metronome and marketed it. So he gets the credit. When you see 'em m equals sixty on a piece of music. The M M's stands for metals. metronome equals sixty a metronome marking of sixty is one tic per second, which is about the speed if your pulse. battleplan was the only composer to write music imitating an inanimate object something that's not alive. He wasn't even the only one to write music takes composers love to put clocks into their music. That's the symphony number one, hundred, one by Franz Joseph Haydn, which is nicknamed the clock for pretty obvious reasons. Hungarian composers ultime Kodi put a musical clock into his opera Janos. There's also a famous fairy tale character for Houma clock striking midnight was very important and very scary Sergei. prokofiev wrote a ballet Cinderella including the clock. One last. A tick that slightly off balance, there's a piece by American composer. Leroy Anderson called the syncopated clock. In this piece, the clock goes tick Tock Tick Tock and then suddenly. It does something different syncopation in music is when you shift the accent from where you expect it. To, someplace you don't. Leroy Anderson loved inanimate objects. He wrote another piece imitating one that's just about disappeared these days before there were computers with printers, there was the typewriter. In music, it's not just instruments that imitate inanimate objects sometimes singers due to. That's from the first act of Jacques Offenbach, opera the tales of Hoffmann in which the hero Hoffman falls in love with a woman named Olympia or whether he thinks Olympia is a woman but she's really a mechanical doll in the middle of singing her mechanical music she runs out of steam and someone has to wind her back up. Played. Some wonderful jokes with their mechanical music
Setting and Understanding Expectation
"Stephen Covey. He called sharpening the saw. Seven Habits of highly effective people right. A read the book. It's a little dry Stephen Dryer to listen to. If you have the audio book part of it, but man is some good stuff in there ready years and years ago in a couple of times cents. If you take a break to sharpen the saw blade. It's pretty simple. You cut more. Would right I guess you could? I guess you could use a knife in the kitchen as well. I guess you could be a woodworker. It's a seraing same thing. But whenever you sharpen the saw, you're going to be much more efficient than what you do. The same thing applies pretty much every aspect of life now a very long time ago when it began to working with people like we're talking. Twenty years ago, this point longtime ago. I realized. A formula is a good thing, and certainly formula for momentum is a good thing, and there is a very predictable repeatable path that I learned over the. That just has to happen, and it has a lot to do with your physiology. In other words, your body can only take so much focus and activity the whole thing. Your mind can only hold so much in terms of momentum. Houma got him excited and then one day like I. Don't WanNa. Get Right. Had that happened before? It's pretty predictable because we're humans and were made up in a certain way. And eventually we just gotTa wear out. That's why we. Kinda sleeping on a Saturday or Sunday morning sometimes, so my formula years ago became. Ritual rest. Rejuvenate Reactivate and repeat. I called it a five hours I. don't call the virus much anymore because we will say five hours that, but to me. It's five hours ritual rest reactivate. Rejuvenation. Reactivate and repeat. What do I mean by that number? One success comes when you perform ritualistic actions every single day. Good stuff right things that are going to move you in the talking about my my client. It was trying to get US credit to go up, and he just basically had to pay his bills on time ritualistically, if not every day once a week have had a B, but every single day you got to figure out what works and ritualistically go do it. Don't keep trying to reinvent the wheel. Figure out what works lock it in place and go do it. You will build over time kind of layer upon layer upon layer of ritual activities that are good for you. Most people when they start out, just not recognizing the activities are actually really positive for them and the dwelling on the ones that are bad for them. We'll just don't do that. Just find this good and go do that every single day. Now next. Running full out all the time is something that is not really sustainable. You need to stop and rest I know you're a superhero. You can go go go go go, but you know. What have you ever noticed that? Even though you're going, you're not completely totally in the game. Is Kinda get tired emotionally. We're a little bit, so it's not really sustainable. One of the biggest things when I'm chatting with people all the time they're go, go go go go Scott I'd stay up later. Get up earlier. I said Yeah. How long can you do that? It's unsustainable so once we get the ritual activities every single day. We need to focus in on some rest. The rest could be you know asleep. Good night it can be taken weekends off could be an occasional vacation or are more than occasional lots of vacations if you're really thinking, right. But you have to stop and breast and I know it's difficult, sometimes particular time to stress out a heck to arrest right now when I got to get stuff done. I don't even know it's going to be happening. But ritualistic behavior day by day by day, and then taken the time to rest, because you need it and you human, and it feels good and other people can like Murphy do. It's a good thing. You gotTA start. From rest. What's next. Well As your body to do something and your mind by the way in a big way to rejuvenate and become healthy again. It just like working out at the gym. People go to the gym and they don't WanNa. Take a day off the bit by the gym bug. You're going to go, go, go, go, go and I get it right now, right? They're not. Everybody's GONNA JAM and we're not back yet either, but maybe maybe soon get that comfort zone to go back to the gym and get our workouts in. But, what happens is you start working out like crazy new? Push it. Push it. Push it pushing pushing. which don't realize, is it's that rest time when you stop when you sleep when you just take a break when you take a day off, your body rejuvenates when you go to sleep at night, your body on. You're GONNA rest mode. Your body's rejuvenating your everything about it. and. You need to give it time to do that, so we know ritualistically every single day as the example we go to the gym four days a week, right? there. We're going to make sure we get time to rest. Because during that time we begin to rejuvenate, you have to allow rejuvenation time. If you don't. If you get rest and yet, maybe you're. You're fitfully sleeping, you're you're not eating right things like that and your body's not rejuvenating. You're kind of missing part of the part of the formula here. You gotTA. Make sure you rejuvenate during those times maybe. It's resting and going to a SPA or something. Spicy stays right so does not know the rules a spas right now. But they must have them. What's ex reactivate when you're ready? It's time to get into reactive action mode again I want to me that you reactivate yourself, so have you ever felt this feeling? I feel it all the time you get tired. It's time to take a break I've been going I've had my rich realistic activities have taken. My rest of my body feels like it's really absorbed the time been. It's rejuvenated a little. Little bit and just start getting like I got to get going I gotta think if you don't have that feeling likely. You haven't really really rejuvenated yet, but if you've ever felt I know, you have felt it yesterday. Maybe today or think back in time when you were just like you know what enough of this I need to get back to doing. Some feel that that's what you want.
"houma" Discussed on The Side Quest Inn Podcast
"I'm not I'm not I'm. Not surprised when you have a white carriage with. No windows on it. Will, never be able to forgive herself if we left her and she did not directly. Hand this kid over to okay. Like I, I I can't. I don't control this. This is happening. Like. She's not getting back on the boat Houma. Houma come here. What if You just I mean for. The boat doesn't leave for another hour. Why don't you just teacher a few moves that she can practice and protect yourself with? And then she'll be OK until her dad comes. It took me years to master these. It's not gonNA be an hour of teaching a seven year old how to do something we should just didn't have a weapon. She will be so happy with whatever you teach her. Whole Gamut teacher. Like one thing. He Nice. You are preaching to the pastor at this moment. I'm not that Nice. I'm really sorry, but I just I. CAN'T I don't? Catch up I'll find about all charter will and I've got money. She's got fucking bag full of money. It don't think it's going to be an issue won't makes..
"houma" Discussed on Animal Radio
"Not very big. How big is not very big? Give me like a coin signs of fruit any okay. That's an a penny and we're located less than a dime size okay. Where are these amasses located at on her kind of Back Down? You know straight up back kind of side back on page navy Okay all right. We'll certainly what you're describing. Could be a possibly fatty tumor life. Houma and what I usually first thing. I always like to start off with when we talk about lumps and bumps. It's very rare that any veterinarian can put their fingers around a lump squeeze it move it around and say you've gotTa Sarcoma Tumor. We cannot tell and that is the honest truth. No veterinarian with superpowers can tell you what it is. I will tell you though. There are some common traits that we do have with Fatty Tumors. And they don't all fit the same page but they tend to be a little bit in nature. Kind of a fatty consistency tend to be located. What I described as mid line down so if you look at a dog from the side and you draw a horizontal line from like their their chest area to their rump. There's like that Middle Line and anything below that if it fits that consistency. I would say it's going to be suspect for being fatty tumor. Not that fatty tumor can't happen up high on the body. But they're less common so for especially a Labrador who is a breed that's highly predisposed. To Fatty tumors on the other being a Doberman pinschers isn't the other huge breed. I see these in so if I see a lot of these very similar looking massive in very well maybe different types of fatty tumors that were having but all that being said I personally personally of of the school that I do like to poke these things test them in to find out more about what it could be composed because sometimes we will be surprised and what we assume has been a fatty tumor for a long period of time can actually be something else. We've just been neglecting. So that's where you know working with your veterinarian on their index of suspicion. Now tell you. I had an older Labrador at thirteen. And he was peppered with tumors so we tested some of them others did not raise my clinical in index. So I didn't necessarily poke every lump on them. He probably had about twenty of them So they can be quite prolific. The good thing is with fatty tumors. The good majority and I'd say over ninety nine percent of them are tend to be benign There is a less common form. That's malignant called the liposuction coma And then there's also another type. The tends to be a benign life homo but it can find itself growing in weird locations like inbetween the muscles of the thighs or underneath muscles and areas of the body and they don't quite look and feel the same so those are harder to new with confidence so it is important to kind of gauge where it is how fast it's growing and what the kind of suspicious if it could be something else on whether or not. We need to mess with these. So that's my thing usually as I do like to poke them. I like to think about where they're located before. Really make kind of a plan. Slum Fatty tumors can get enormous and I've seen them under the armpits caused problems. We're dogs can't walk even though they're benign they can get huge like basketball sized so we do have to kind of keep that in mind. That location can be a problem.
"houma" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Knitting in yield. It seems like prison should be prison. You know, it shouldn't be. Although because we have so many people so many different types of prisoners there. Some some unsavory characters you wouldn't want if. Anyone has ever done? A study on what the recidivism is of people who have committed the so-called white collar crimes they do their time. And some of these cushy prisons, they come out. Do they commit the same crime over or how often does that happen? In the case of hardened criminals. They're they're in they get out and within days or weeks. They're back in again, it always seems that way doesn't it? We we read the dump Colonel stories about the guy who he's out of prison now on the way home he stops to rob. A banker point is maybe we should send the hardened criminals to these cushy prisons and show that what the good life is really liked. So that when they come out they won't want to go back into a life of crime. You're studying contradiction Frankel over half an hour ago. You're sending them to Mars hundred bucks in their thinking out loud. Problem. Spitballing here trying to figure out what's going on. Well, now, speaking of prison the streets of New York are not safe again as yesterday Anthony Weiner, the disgraced congressman was released from the halfway house where he had spent some time following serving his short sentence. I thought for sending nasty photos of himself to underage girl. But he just got a text from did you? Have ever Anthony Weiner music? I made a little Kristen I'm free again free at last. Look sound young too. That's very funny. Anthony Weiner, should he spent more time in prison or less time in prison. I think has a strange wife, Houma, Avidan probably thinks more. But who knows we did a little music form, though.
"houma" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast
"He didn't like all the security. I also over the weekend Moluccas shared. We've talked about this before I think because he did this in the past with this aunt on Sunday on mother's day. Milona shared this photo of him, celebrating his mom on social media. He's very popular international singer. He's not Madonna's song mitigating if you don't know them, which Wendy Williams did not know him on her show last, and I'm like, she's really plugged in. Yeah. I'm like, oh my God. I need to be doing her job with you. We need to be doing your. Job anyways. At least, I know Houma. Luma is. Yeah. You don't know. James Charles is. But you know, him a Luma is no I don't care who James Charles's. It don't don't confuse the two. I don't care who he is. But I care about the drama as I said earlier, anyway, he's he shared this photo of him kissing his mother passionately on the lips and caressing her face while doing so why is it passionately while the way he's holding her ahead? How about staying very intimately? Okay. My mom is a kisser. And if you paused any picture, if you post any moment that anybody does anyway that you want, and you present it in the way that you want it presented as in that picture as. Passionately that. Maybe people will be dumb enough to say that is weird. That's kind of whatever it's a positive moment. He's just kissing his mom mom, squeezing his mom's face, whatever. I mean, that's very normal for a lot of people. I think it's weird and kinda creepy myself. And I hate when my mom does it. I wouldn't put up with somebody saying it was a passionate moment. We spoke about this. I think going spoke about the aunt, right? Yeah. I just wanted to. I don't think we've reiterate, I don't think I mentioned this at that point. Because at that point. It was more of just like the shock of what happened to me. But I've been seeing on social media a lot of people saying that it's a cultural thing maybe in Colombia because that's not what I I didn't grow up in Columbia. But in the Cuban culture, that's not a common thing. Okay. To kiss your mom like that. That is not common just had to say that also totally wacky. I saw this article which I'm gonna post later posted it yet. I'll send it to you. 'cause you would get a good laugh kids. These days highschool students seriously are choosing colleges based on which ones would be better for their Instagram feed. Like people saying on the record. Oh, I don't wanna go to a school in Minnesota. 'cause it's going to be cold and snowing and bad. Instead, I want to go to school in Arizona. That's the world that we live in. Yup. Yup. But to dopes are going to be run of the world at about twenty years, so funny Tyra banks made news last week. She was on the cover of the Sports Illustrated issue..
"houma" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Posting video celebrating Houma day in which young children wearing Palestinian scarves, sang and read poetry about killing for a law and the mosque in Jerusalem, the Middle East media research center institute, a watchdog group translated this. And it is quite disturbing. And when I say quite disturbing. I mean, remarkably disturbing these are six to twelve year old kids singing songs about beheading. The infidels. We will chop off their heads, and we will liberate this sorrel full exalted L mosque. We will lead the army of love fulfilling his promise, and we will subject them to eternal torture. Okay. In a statement about this the Muslim American society, the national organization says that the song was not properly vetted. Now, the song is very well known in Islam circles. Apparently, it's called the revolutionaries anthem, and it's song for exactly the reasons that you would think it's song. This is an anthem about hatred of quite frankly, non Muslims subjugation of non Muslims of death to non Muslims. There's really no other way to interpret it in its statement. However, the s in a statement put out by aim on HAMAs. Hate has no place in our society, an era in which we've seen an increase in hate crimes, including rising, his Lama phobia and anti-semitism we must all stand together in solidarity. In other words, they're blaming the rise in hate the climate of hate on President Trump on white supremacy on all of this. This is yet again an effort to excuse very obvious anti-semitism ferry obvious insanely violent rhetoric with the cloak of will everybody you see everybody is engaged in in far more hateful activities than they ever were before. Because this is just the climate that we're seeing. As a faith faith based organization dedicated to moving people to strive for God consciousness in just in virtuous society. We affirm our long standing position on our shared values of humanity. We stand resolutely in our condemnation of hate bigotry as Lama phobia, Zena, phobia, racism, anti-semitism and all the illnesses of hate that plague our society. This is an attempt to office gate with the real issue is. The real issue here is that you very obviously have children who are being taught to hate. This is the exact thing that the left is constantly constantly harping about. Do you remember Nick Sandman one of the Covington kids? And how a smirk. Made him the most hated young man in America. He was smirking at this native American drummer who was pounding drum and his face and because he was wearing a make-america-great-again hat. We could infer in that smirk all of the hatred all of the Zina phobia and all of the resentment of someone who doesn't look like him yet. Well, that was a scandal for what two weeks at least national scandal. Barely any coverage of what's going on in a mosque barely any coverage of rather? Obvious hate rather obvious indoctrination barely any coverage at all. In fact, it's programs like this almost exclusively where you'll even here that this is going on. And how this is tied to what's going on. In israel. The fundamental difference here between Israel, and whether or not it has a right to defend itself and the Palestinian territories was put very succinctly night. Forget I really wish I could remember who originated this quote, but it's one of those that floats around for awhile invariably, it'll be attributed to Mark Twain or Oscar Wilde because every famous quote is attributed or Churchill it goes something to the effect of the differences this. If the Palestinians were unilaterally disarmed, there would be peace. If the Israelis were unilaterally disarmed there would be slaughter. That's the difference. There would be genocide. You can't possibly put on the same moral plane. An organization and. A people who want nothing more than to kill than to subjugate than to destroy Israel has to fight for its right to exist. Think about how insane that is. Do we ever a nine eleven? When America was hit. Did we have to defend our right to defend ourselves into fend? Our right to exist. Well, America was founded by taking lands from native Americans wearing illegitimate country. Have we ever throughout our history had to say, well, America has a right to exist. Israel has to justify its existence. Do the Palestinian territories. We're constantly looking for a two state solution. I'm not necessarily sure that's possible. I don't believe I I don't believe pieces ever possible between Israel and any of its neighbors. I really do not how many wars is this nation had to fight in its seventy some years of existence. Based on the premise that Israel that a Jewish state doesn't have the right to exist. And then you've got the worldwide American political left viewing Israel is a sort of horrific. Oppressor, it's not helping matters when you view Israel striking back when their unprovoked what was the provocation for these rocket attacks. Somebody quick what was it, exactly? Every so often Israel just kind of gets hit with rockets. That's just sort of how.
"houma" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
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"houma" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"You'll get an eight hundred number three number for my customers would be calling into that number and what I want is that number to rain to a call center in India who will be answering that car. How do I go about doing it? Wow. Guys. That sounds like a good argument for something. Like you ever heard of Houma. Oh, yes. Yes, sir. I have Houma offers toll free service, and because everything goes over the internet that might be a really good choice because they're I've recommended their eight hundred number service for people stateside before because it's really really inexpensive and low risk. It's ten bucks a month. And then you end up paying roughly one point two cents a minute for the inbound calling, and I don't know any reason why that wouldn't work anywhere in the world. I will be providing me with this eight hundred number Duma. Oh dot com. Okay. And you go to their business services. They've got consumer residential, and then they have business, and I would inquire with them because they are the best deal. I know for inbound eight hundred and I can't think of a reason why those calls couldn't route to India. All right. Or is it do I had asked them to find that out? Okay. Okay. I think I will then do that. And then see whether I can do that. I thank you so much. Sure. And good luck with your business. You know, it's funny because long distance toll free numbers inbound eight hundred still remains so expensive compared to outbound calling. But compared to what that was for eight hundred numbers twenty years ago. It's still nothing one point something cents per minute. You're listening to the Clark Howard show. Now. Now, the three big things you need three three unexpected.
"houma" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"And then imagine the John Podesta instead of Manafort is indicted for a sixty five million dollar decade-long money laundering scheme illegally working for the government of Ukraine, then reindicted for witness tampering. Imagine that Nick Merrill, popadopoulos equals popadopoulos pleads guilty for lying to federal agents about his contacts. Imagine next that Cheryl mills equals gates pleads guilty to participating in Podesta scheme begins cooperating with molar, imagine them that Clinton national security advisor. Jake Sullivan, equal Flynn pleads guilty for lying the federal agents, etc. Etc. Then imagine that Osdene equals co and pleads guilty to tax fraud and legal. Campaign finance game to cover up a scandal. The final days of the campaign directed by Hillary yourself, then Houma pleads guilty again, delaying the congress. I mean, it goes on and on and on we all know, what would have happened. Hillary Clinton would have been impeached about halfway through all of all of those those now. His and driven from town. And there are still Republicans that actually have the nerve to say that Robert Mueller his has done nothing. And this is nothing but a witch hunt. Oh, by the way, we mentioned the twenty five or so Russians in dieted for tampering with American democracy, which by the way, even the president's own very loyal and faithful secretary of the day. Chest says that's exactly what's happening. It's it's quite the extraordinary imaginary scenario there, you know, I think that does underscore one thing to look for with the Michael Cohen hearing the public hearing on on Wednesday. And that is you know, reporters are going to be listening for what's new what does he say that we didn't know before? But Americans may be watching this to try to figure out what went on. What matters who do you believe? And I think the Watergate hearings which I didn't cover, but also the Iran contra hearings, which I did cover in the importance. They're not only for getting new information. Also for for America's just sort out in their own minds with all this information, and some of it confusing and conflicting and some of it quite explosive to just try to figure out what it means to them into assess like a cone, of course, he has a history. He's been convicted of lying to congress that undermine that Kurtz, his credibility. But do they look at him? And do they believe what he's he's telling them. I think that's one of the things we should be watching for on Wednesday. Just does this make a complicated story more understandable for Americans? And who are they going to trust to tell them the truth? Eddie for Donald Trump the big lie over the past two years is has has been the two words which on. I know he's proud of it. But Americans don't believe him overwhelmingly, they think he's Aligarh. If you look at the poll numbers when he talks about a witch hunt that which has nailed twenty-five thirty people in indictments have taken taken down most of the people that were around Donald Trump during his campaign. They have pled guilty. They have been caught lying and caught committing committing felonies. And some his campaign managers going to jail for life most likely we we keep learning things about his national security adviser and again on the other side of the big lie the witch hunt. Russia's didn't interfere it's a witch hunt. I believe Ladimir Putin. That's other part of the big lie. Where the FBI director that he appointed said that's a lie. Russia interfered with our democracy in two thousand sixteen Dan Coats, the director of national intelligence says that's a lie the Russians interfered you just keep going right down the list, the CIA director Gina ashville. That's a lie. The Russians interfered again. His own director of department vote limb security said that's ally..
"houma" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"To say you got arrests every single day. You have illegal alien living in Houma, Louisiana. Who was arrested for seventeen counts of pornography including juveniles under the age of thirteen. Illegal immigrant. You know, you have the party the democrat party filled with anti-semitism now leftist Jew hatred has come to America. That's that's the you want wanna know what the lasting legacy of Barack Obama's presidency is. That's it. He has transformed America. He has transformed life in America for Jews. They used to feel safe equal comfortable, that's not acceptable to the left. That's not acceptable to the democrat party. It's not acceptable to the LAN im- Omar's and the rush she'd leaves and the Alexandra Cossio Cortez's. They've all jumped on the bandwagon with these lunatics blacklisting and boycotting conservatives, so guess what you you the Jews the liberal Jews didn't stand up for people like me. And now, they're the ones in the crosshairs. And no matter how liberal your politics are they're coming for you. Now, you know, I they came for the socialists, and I didn't say anything because I wasn't a socialist. Then they came for the workers. And I wasn't and say anything because I wasn't a worker, and then they came for me. And there was nobody left to say anything. Now, obviously, that's not the way it was originally written. But you get my drift. He's sat there and you watch this. Smearing of conservatives, including conservative Jews, and you said nothing, and guess what? There's nobody left to speak up for you American leftist hate.
"houma" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"But all right. Let's move into something else. Let's do some guests race get fucking black people today. Because Karen wanna do it now that his fourth when guests? That's guest the time. Now that is time for some guests though. Right. That's right. It's gets time. But it, but that's right. It's time for. The number one game she'll go to 'cause all the pike is man would read a play news Argos Milo to go test today. Caring two guests. Race and chat room plays along. And they are all right. Let's see. A Louisville man is sentenced in killing of girlfriend's cat with a machete. Kind of sore readiness. Louisiana, man. I say Louisville thing. I'm in Louisiana. A Louis Louisiana man is killing a girlfriend's cat and throwing it into a bio he was sentenced to three years in prison. Cumin cat. In the by you should've killed a black person. You would have been out in the day. The Houma carrier reported a judge handed down the sentence of thirty euro coded to to opus. No, I'm not from there at the he play pleaded guilty to one count of aggravated cruelty to animals. He cannot animals for teen years. The double man was arrested in August. He was accused of grabbing the cat from inside his girlfriend's home. And throwing it into the by you when the girlfriend's father tried to put a cat out of water thirty say grabbed a machete and fatally struck the animal. A lot of women that will lead have manners. Just kill that pussy like that. No. Then it just rather he beat up..
"houma" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Hello there. Welcome to the show. Several changes to the starting lineup today. Must be care about coupling agent Haley with pool mariner to my right Cup. Regulars alley Merano Shaka his lump. But that is not all we have guru of officiating Houma, primarily Gregory pizza. Walton is welcome back. The shows consultant. Plenty to consult him on today at least of which is the flap over via pita following choose these Cairo game between Spurs, and Chelsea Harry Caine was on sign was off. Well, the P G O L released this statement, the professional game match officials did saying the league referees insistent the camera angles provided by whole tie to the a showed that Cain was onside. But of course, contradictory evidence provided pita by the Chelsea yet managed Marito salary in those shots that they produce showing that perhaps Cain was off side. Who was right pita? Well, the PG animal who employ the referees. They were right. Never just tell you back one step here. This is part of an experiment that we all know that I've used in as part of the hub of interest protocol wherever in the world who does follow this protocol that pro state the only things that the I ask them look at how broadcasters feeds nothing counts. Because other things might not be calibrated correctly may be used in the mine. So therefore, the go on on the other side. Chris Cavanaugh news us what he was giving which was quite crate. A when we see those pitches, they're not clear, obviously off side or on side. So he goes with the unfilled decision by the treasury. So for me, the PG oh are correct in. This instance. A full clear enough -sposed to be used in the case of off-side. Isn't that? Correct. What's again, that's part of the vulgar of this process on what we asking for is whether or not offside, and when you look at those pictures that the broadcast is provided. It's not clear that he was off Saudis not clear these onside, and for me, they go on sawed decision to introduce a secondary option such as the Chelsea one common while if you look at it very closely has that been calibrated correctly is the ball on the on the foot of the the the kicker is it's about the title. We know the guys by such a price that, you know, annoyed co second Mike big difference in how many yards afford, look sort or onside. So that should not be introduced because he's not part of the the protocol as lie down oily. And yet it has to be produced hole there there, it is plain and simple. That is the Chelsea Sean to how do we how do we get to this point? I've got no idea, it's curfew -cation. Try miss a little simple. I'm not. So when I was watching the game live, my immediate reaction was off side. But there's pizza says when the bulls leaving the foot when they freeze it at the correct moment so on and so for it's very difficult to disavow zone where there's some people say off cuts Gorka, some people say don't no he was on. So. Can we get to some points on those very difficult, and it takes time and funds of got to be patient on this? We we've got to get it. Right. Because it's so important and who did get it. Right. Who do you believe you believe the Chelsea shot that we've seen? I'm not I'm not to the Chelsea show. I don't know what you can't do that. You can't football closer in their own their own fees. That's ridiculous. No..
"houma" Discussed on KTRH
"Her answer was that she wouldn't talk about it. You think sheriff Pelosi would be more than ready to talk. About weiner. Pelosi doesn't like to talk about I won't be answering. Any I've made the statements. I'm going to make my understanding that later in the day, he will be having a press conference. And after that, I will have a statement available. Just tell you that upfront. What about Mr. Durban? Would you talk about him? If he were in trouble. Because she won't talk about Weiner. Oh, tough Nancy Pelosi wouldn't talk about Weiner. You could say how tough she is. She was unwilling to deal with. I never thought Nancy Pelosi light meter, but that was just that was an impression you could just you could get that impression from her. That we have to pass the Bill. So that you can find out. What is in it? I don't know if that was Houma Almodena relationship with Hillary. I don't know if it was me. Because you know. Powerful personality. Maybe he might take over. But I just I always got the impression just from her body language. That Nancy Pelosi didn't like winner. I don't know if there's anything to that. But it seemed like. You're listening to.
‘Hedge Fund King’ Steven Cohen Gets Back to Business
"Parade it's sent to begin about an hour from now on fifth avenue at forty four th street i'm christopher cruise i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters steven cohen is back at the helm of his hedge fund this after doug haynes president at cohen's point seventy two asset management as step down from his post haynes guided the firm for four years in the wake of an insider trading scandal the resignation comes as cohen stages comeback as a hedge fund manager after a two year ban he'll serve as president and ceo during the search for a replacement for hanes billionaire john paulson who's hedge funds assets of plunged is opening the door for more money to leave people familiar with the matter say paulson's firm once one of the biggest in the industry will return money to investors in some form russian hackers attempted to penetrate the us civilian aviation industry early last year as part of the broad assault on the nation's sensitive infrastructure jeff troy executive director of the aviation in for nations sharing and analysis center said the attack had limited impact and the industry has taken steps to prevent a repeat of the intrusion horizon investments chief global strategist greg valliere is predicting larry cudlow tapped by president trump to be the top white house economic adviser won't last long the story from bloomberg's charlie pellett inter note valliere says the trump kudlow relationship reminds him of quote a wedding where everyone whispered at the reception that the match would never last they are ready to agree terrorist so i think there's still a lot of difference within this administration i don't think everybody is on the same page and valliere says kudlow is a nice guy houma swim in shark build waters and he fears he'll be gone by thanksgiving charlie pellett global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm susanna palmer this is bloomberg this is masters in business with barry ritholtz on bloomberg radio.