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"houston times" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"houston times" Discussed on KTRH

"Okay. Brazilians rises. Not even gravity contains humanity when we explore as one for all first fully operational launch of the space X Dragon capsule, with four astronauts now on their way to the international space station. Including Houston native Shannon Walker. They should dock there at about 10 o'clock this morning. That would be Houston time. Houston, Texas, now two and seven after losing to the Browns in Cleveland, 10 to 7. Song just shot. Watson had a touchdown pass a touchdown pass in the loss. The Texans will host the New England Patriots next Sunday. I'm sure a fryer and Houston's news, weather and traffic station NewsRadio, 7 40 ktrh in international pandemic flooding and hurricane disaster. No weather station can weather the storm and today's climate say informed use radio 7 40 ktrh man, Am I glad I don't have smell O vision on my TV. I'd still be trying to get the smell out of my place. Good Lord, that stunk yesterday. This might smell pretty good, though. Waffle House beer. Huh? Yes, Wolf, Long Spear. 24 7 breakfast chain, releasing his first ever beer. It smells just like I know. You know, you would have thought it would spell like waffles right? That makes sense. Bacon? Yeah. Bacon infused new beers called bacon in kegs. You get it? Yeah. Bacon and eggs. It's a bacon infused red ale or, but that's good chain teamed up with Connie Brewing Company in Georgia. Decorate the beard has a 6.5 A BV. The art in the can. Is very classic Waffle House if your Waffle house saying that the bacon lover like yard work as the legendary restaurant and bacon On it. I would. I'd give it to sip 5, 10 time forward traffic and weather together as we check out your drive once.

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"houston times" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"houston times" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Folks Oh we're we're getting a little spooky. So join me then at eight PM tonight Houston time until then I'm apple on TV podcasts. Thanks for Spending Newshour with me and life and now. A. We've begun. How Is. Still. Who? Series. Is. Also A..

"houston times" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"houston times" Discussed on KTRH

"Our top story this hour. I'm not willing to make a deal. Not with the committee. Not with the president. Not with anyone. I'm independent. If day three and the Senate Judiciary Committee is anything like it was yesterday will be aware that the new judge appointee, a CB, she can literally dance around the interrogation Sze that she gets on Obama care and Roe v. Wade. You signed your name to an advertisement published in South Bend Tribune. It described Robi Wade is quote an exercise of raw judicial power and call for putting an end to the part where legacy a probie Well, Senator Kamala Harris. They're using that for her political points. Cockney Barrett, denying claims that she never made any promises to President Trump E for her nomination. Judge, You're not willing to No senator corn and I'm not willing to make a deal. Not with the committee. Not with the president. Not with anyone. I'm independent Texas Senator Ted Cruz said. The Democrats, they're just delaying any way they can so Maybe they can get Biden elected and then packed the court themselves. They know that that's not popular with the voters, so they're trying to hide it and part of the way they're trying to hide. It is claimed. Everything else's is illegitimate, and they're trying also to redefine What Packing The court means. Yep. The hearings resume this morning at 8 A.m. Houston time. 604 is our time. Now the president on the road again campaigning, it's hitting the home stretch. A large unsound Thank you very much is going to be a great now's a packed crowd in.

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"houston times" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"houston times" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Chuck Schumer America is listening to fox news this is a box thirteen weather updates on fox thirteen meteorologist Yasser cast and we are gonna be looking at clouds clearing out for us tonight as we head down to a cool low of fifty two degrees no rain for us and tell we get into Friday night written to Bose gonna have the very latest forecast for you there starting at four thirty AM on good morning Memphis five seven one and I've already got on this episode of my three sub soccer's not back yet but Ralph Paglia's guarantee talking all about social distance coaching that's the thing is everything that I wanted to do without the stuff on the field based weight class you could ever say taking online classes every day the latest episodes and my three sons the I heart radio I heard radio is the easy for music and radio download the free I heart radio app today it's the he's a how much money the we both go then again one and this is in now that is to talk to George Noory call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk to all three from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five to reach George via Skype Skype name George nine seven three one three cent Georgia text message anytime at eight one eight two nine eight six five two one from the gateway to the west this is coast to coast AM with George Noory Texas is coming back to life which means get your tickets early for our Houston event which is coming up on Saturday June thirteenth it's a live stage show if you've never been to our live stage shows what you're missing something so come on out to Houston time you've got.

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"houston times" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"houston times" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Hearing coast to coast AM with George Noory live from somewhere deep below the earth on three major networks we will take your phone calls next hour with sure Hana as we talk about your health and then later on tonight we'll be talking about creatures and cryptids I'm looking forward to that three major events right around the corner Houston as a matter of fact almost less than two months away we're getting really close to that point what we have in Houston timing well tell your time is going by will be in Houston before you know it now will be in all three cities that we're going to this year but for Houston we're gonna be at the hobby center for the performing arts on Saturday June thirteenth if you like some information about the show you can dial seven one three three one five two five two five and then we're gonna go to Asheville North Carolina after Diana Wortham theatre on Saturday August twenty ninth the phone number there is eight two eight two five seven forty five thirty in order to end the year at the historic Everett theatre on Saturday September twenty sixth the information the number there is four to five two five eight six seven six six all the shows are a ton of fun we're gonna have a band we set up microphones for people to talk to the people that are being interviewed we're gonna have some dancing for people George I'll sing a song you have some fun huh but I'm not dancing now we can alleged dance but going to have some fun but these tickets go fast in folks don't wait too long because you can go online at the hobby center dot org and pick up your own seats and come right out of the theater and they're gonna go quickly Tom they sure are and.

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"houston times" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"houston times" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Your hearing coast to coast AM with George Noory live from somewhere deep below the earth's we will take your phone calls next hour with sure Hana as we talk about your health and then later on tonight we'll be talking about creatures and cryptids I'm looking forward to that three major events right around the corner Houston as a matter of fact almost less than two months away we're getting really close to that point what we have in Houston timing well tell your time is going by will be in Houston before you know it will be in all three cities that we're going to this year but for Houston we're going to be at the hobby center for the performing arts on Saturday June thirteenth like some information about the show you can dial seven one three three one five two five two five and then we're gonna go to Asheville North Carolina at the Diana Wortham theatre on Saturday August twenty ninth the phone number there is eight two eight two five seven forty five thirty and it would end the year at the historic Everett theatre on Saturday September twenty sixth the information the number there is four to five two five eight six seven six six all the shows are a ton of fun we're gonna have a band we set up microphones for people to talk to the people that are being interviewed we're gonna have some dancing for people George I'll sing a song you have some fun but I'm not dancing now can alleged dance but going to have some fun but these tickets go fast in folks don't wait too long because you can go online at the hobby center dot org and pick up your own seats and come right out of the theater and they're gonna go quickly Tom they sure are and all the information anything you want about the shows the guests everything is going to be up to the coast to coast AM dot com website just go up there click more than click events and all the info is right there so far and we'll be back with server Hana as we talk about your health on coast to coast AM real.

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"houston times" Discussed on World Oil's Daily Brief

World Oil's Daily Brief

15:21 min | 2 years ago

"houston times" Discussed on World Oil's Daily Brief

"Pso's than let secure a sustainable energy future together. Kurt thanks for being on the show. Thank you Cameron and It continues to be a very interesting week We certainly are living in what I would call as far as the industry is concerned historical times and pretty much that describes the situation With the corona virus as well you know we we've had quite an up and down market the last couple of days as we all know the market plunged to thirty one dollars and thirteen cents for Wti crude on Monday and then we somewhat inexplicably had a three dollars and twenty three percent gain yesterday back up to thirty four thirty six now as of Close to eleven. Am Houston Time Today. We're down a dollar. Nineteen at thirty three seventeen and I don't think that's all of it yet. So obviously we're going to give back a significant portion of the gain made yesterday and the stock market Which is tied to this whole oil price situation is behaving similarly the market every covered about seven hundred. Sixty seven points to twenty five thousand eighteen in some change Yesterday after that huge record-setting drop on Monday of over two thousand points and now has eleven. Am Houston time. We're down about one thousand thirty seven points. Back Down Under Twenty Four Thousand Twenty three thousand nine hundred eighty one and that's equivalent to about four point. Two percent drop For the day so obviously great fluctuation great turmoil Not Conducive to stabile activity in the business realm and particularly this industry so the Dow Jones has been doing what it's doing and attempting to recover meanwhile Russia and Saudi Arabia are taking some pretty dramatic actions in regards to their production plans. Will you know we talked a little bit about this Monday? And I think we'll go whole hog into it as we like to say here today. You really have to believe at this. Point that the The intentions of both Russia and Saudi Arabia are somewhat nefarious. You have to believe that This has less to do with the two of them. Disagreeing about where production should be an has more about the two of them realizing maybe from different angles that they have an opportunity to stick it to. Us production me. You need to kind of look at where we've come from and then you can appreciate the situation in terms of what's happened if you look at the price. Wti Back on February twenty four. Th was fifty one dollars and forty.

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"houston times" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"houston times" Discussed on KTRH

"Rule out a stray afternoon thunder shower here especially in the early afternoon most of the action so far has been us south of us down across extreme southern parts of the state are temps today near eighty degrees for tonight sixty three and then tomorrow high temperatures near eighty I'm Scott Laurie more the weather channel seventy one on the island eighty one here at the Katy range top tax defenders twenty four hour weather center three oh one our top story and what a difference a day makes on Wall Street here's Katie rich money man pension brought to you by DM auto leasing dot com and Pat this is not good for my neck absolutely a little bit like bungee jumping Scott the Dow industrials finishing the day up by one thousand one hundred and sixty four points that's four point nine percent the Dow closing at twenty five thousand and fifteen S. and P. five hundred up one hundred thirty five points just under five percent there that for the nasdaq up three hundred ninety three points or four point nine percent and of course we had stock futures up since last night that was when now president trump as well as vice president pence gave there a corona virus update that was around five o'clock Houston time and of course president trump had mentioned during that conference that he was interested in going to Capitol Hill today and discussing now stimulus measures well market got a little bit of wind from it that trump is pitching a zero percent payroll tax for the rest of the year and of course that was all it took to drive the markets to their highs of the day right at the closing bell also helping out oil prices up three dollars twenty three cents we closed at thirty four dollars thirty six cents a barrel no real news there rather than a supposedly a few rumors that Russia may be willing to do some more talks with Saudi Arabia and of course gold prices that's been kind of a safe haven during drawdowns well gold prices were down fifteen dollars forty cents an ounce at one thousand six hundred sixty dollars got all right case here H. money man Patchen more than three dozen who won a trip to Egypt have been asked to self quarantine after returning to Houston yesterday the trip was organized by the Houston museum of natural science surcharges school district telling parents.

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"houston times" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"houston times" Discussed on KTRH

"Been killed in a raid conducted by the US military in northwest Syria a senior U. S. defense official says that it appears that Abu Bakr al Baghdadi killed himself with a suicide vest during Saturday's raid the final confirmation is pending while DNA testing is conducted the CIA reportedly assisted in locating the ISIS leader and the raid was carried out by special operations commandos the Pentagon's not yet commented on the report president trump scheduled to make an announcement this morning at eight AM Houston time as early voting continues KTRE to zone Jimmy Barrett is hosting a form for all of the candidates running for mayor you can hear it Monday from three to five on nine fifty KPRC of a studio audience for members of the fire department management will also have police department so Marty and ray will both be there and disease commanders interesting time to say the least in every major candidate for mayor will be there except the mayor incumbent Sylvester Turner who declined the invitation Texas women who drive alone in their cars at the latest target for car theft a report now from Sally Adams bump and rob style of car theft is for two car things get into a minor fender Bender in order to steal the car they hit and use it in other crimes please find a woman driving alone in bumper car slightly from the rear they wait for the woman to get out of the car and then one of the thieves jumps into the car drives off the other robber takes off in their original vehicle police say if your car's lightly bought from the rear in the offending car stops and don't get out immediately moved to a place with some people around and try to.

"houston times" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:52 min | 3 years ago

"houston times" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"A low. Hello, hello. This is Adrian Bergen. This is generation bold the fountain of truth, and there's a lot of truth that come out during our show. But today part of that truth is that we can be inspired by others. And if we talk about a walking inspiration machine, we're gonna be talking about Diana naiad that she's one of those folks who I think actually needs no introduction because for many many decades, actually you've been hearing about her in the news. You know, that she is a legendary stripper, you know, that she has a wonderful book out a find away. And we'll talk about why she named the book quite that. But from the Wall Street Journal to the Houston times, they call it a gripping thriller. Why? Well, of course, as a legendary swimmer you may have remembered that she's been in the news since nineteen seventy. Five when she swam around then Hatton, much, more recently a hundred and ten point eight six miles around Cuba to Florida and much more. But she also has a mission, and that mission is something that she, and I share we've talked about it many times and then get up and move. And so we'll also talk about a wonderful mission. She has that she's promoting called ever walk. We'll find out exactly what that's about. So our quest to successful aging. Was speaking today with Diana diet? So thank you so much for being on the show today. It's entirely my pleasure. And I must say no we're going to get into walking that a couple of weeks ago when you and I and a couple hundred other people walked the beautiful city of Philadelphia all day long. I know I was out there for ten hours. I love spending time with you. You're such a forceful, energetic personality. So I'm so glad we're in this world of walking together. Adrian where we are. And you can see some videos of that on ever walking on free workers. But what I will tell you. If you were there. You would have just been thrilled, Diana, not only let us, but she bugles us. So tell us a little bit about that. And let us know about ever walk. You know, clearly, I'm not a professional horn player. There's a there's a a little bit of comic relief to my bugle playing. But. You know, every time and it was five times. I tried to make it across that epic ocean. They call it the Mount Everest of the earth oceans that straight between Havana, Cuba and Key West Florida. The great swimmers of the world had tried since nineteen fifty including me as you mentioned way back in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight is kind of the holy grail. All the obstacles, you could name the mighty Gulfstream the particular sharks the deadly box jellyfish. I could make you a long list add tried to make it across. And every time I stood on that Havana shore, my teammates out in the boat. Bonnie my head handler and best friend next to me on the shore. I blew Reveille. I thought. And that means we all know what it means all the world around. It means it to the military. But it means it to us civilians to get up get up at dawn. Don't miss this day, go after whatever you're going after you might not get there. You might not get there today, but you are not gonna sleep your life away. So that's that's kind of my song and now with ever walk which is initiative Bonnie, and I started three and a half years ago to get as you said just people up enjoying the beautiful outdoors of the United States of America forgetting about politics for just a least a few minutes of our day. We're looking up at the gorgeous trees last that Philadelphia city is I candy, you know, from the beautiful little cobblestone alley ways to the river with those both houses lined up majestically. It was just it was just I was in a state of sheer delight all day and all of us. You're on a high. You're doing something a little bit difficult that day we walk twenty six point two miles more than a lot of people would care to walk, and you don't need to walk that far. But you could go out and walk down to the corner to get your newspaper and back and feel the earth under your feet feel the power of your stride. You know, didn't start looking at the horizon and the beautiful clouds and think who you wanna be what you wanna do with the rest of your life. So I'm I'm finding walking to be a kind of enlightenment and empowerment kind of thing in my life. And now Bonnie and Tony to bring frankly, we're trying to bring a million people into our movement, and that's a that's a tall order. But we think big and we're thinking big on this one too. Yeah. And I think if anybody can do it it will be you. And certainly Bonnie, and and although you say, we don't talk politics. I have to tell everybody that one of the people who's been actually inspired by Diana is Hillary Clinton, you'll see her endure. Using your book. And I and and it's just so many people have said, this is thrilling to them. They really couldn't understand how you could make this trip this journey by water with the sharks there. They mentioned that you were not in any kind of shark cage. You're very very brave, and so I'm gonna ask you this question. Maybe a little different question. You've had your extremely brave person. And yet when you wanted to engage the world in physical activity you picked walking now, frankly, it's lovely. But there's no break for you. It involved here. Why did you do that? Why of all the sports including your own? Did you concentrate on walking? Well, you know, we're talking about the masses when I just mentioned that our goal is to get a million people in this country. And I'm talking to Sanjay Gupta. Dr Sanjay Gupta from CNN. Now who covered the Cuba swim for several years to you know, he's known as America's doctor about helping us in twenty twenty go to fifty cities in fifty weeks. Every Saturday Bonnie, and I are going to do ten mile walk in fifty capitals of fifty states. And you know, how would we get a million people out in the ocean swimming? Yes, I'm in love with the ocean. I wish I could give that experience to a million people not to mention five or ten, but who else is gonna swim. Let's say from Cuba to Florida. I guarantee you I'm gonna go to my grave, or my, you know, cremation moment, and nobody else. Will have done that swim. That's how difficult it is to do. So am I here to just inspire one person twenty five million people were following Cuba's went by the end? And you know, what they didn't care about swimming. They didn't care about sports. Then they care if I was setting some new all the favor record. They cared about the message. They saw someone who you to give up and a team without getting paid a sense who went for years not getting paid and and and giving their lives away from their families away from their jobs because they were chasing history. We were chasing a grand adventure that had never been done before. And all of the science, and the technology, and the tapping of the human spirit that comes with that swim wasn't just for me. And that's when wasn't just for slimmers. Well, just walking it's not about how hard can you heard? Can you want across the Kalahari desert in one hundred twenty degree heat? I doubt down with high regard for the peop-. Who do run across the collar, Harry desert? I want a million people out doing what you and I did in Philadelphia. The other day feeling the power of moving and.

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"houston times" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:15 min | 3 years ago

"houston times" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Hello, hello. This is Adrian burgundy is generation bolt the fountain of truth, and there's a lot of truth that come out during our show. But today part of that truth is that we can be inspired by others. And if we talk about a walking inspiration machine, we're gonna be talking about Diana naiad that she's one of those folks who I think actually needs no introduction because for many many decades, actually you've been hearing about her in the news. You know, that she is a legendary swimmer, you know, that she has a wonderful book out find away, and we'll talk about why she named the book quite that. But from the Wall Street Journal to the Houston times, they call it a gripping thriller. Why? Well, of course, as a legendary swimmer you may have remembered that she's been in the news since nineteen seventy five. When she swam around than Hatton. Much more recently a hundred and ten point eight six miles around Cuba to Florida and much more. But she also has a mission, and that mission is something that she, and I share we've talked about it many times, and that is get up and move and book. So we'll also talk about a wonderful mission. She has that she's promoting called ever walk. We'll find out exactly what that's about. So in our quest to successful aging. Speaking today with Diana diet, they are so thank you so much for being on the show today. It's entirely my pleasure. And I must say I know we're gonna get into walking that a couple of weeks ago when you and I and a couple of hundred other people walked the beautiful city of Philadelphia all day long. I know I was out there for ten hours. I love spending time with you. You're such a forceful, energetic personality. So I'm so glad we're in this world of walking together Adrian, well, we are and you can see some videos of that on every walk walking on free workers. But what I will tell you. If you were there. You would have just been thrilled, Diana, not only let us, but she bugles us. So tell us a little bit about that. And let us know about ever walk. You know, clearly, I'm not a professional horn player. There's a there's a little bit of comic relief to my do go playing. But. Every time and it was five times. I tried to make it across that epic ocean. They call it the Mount Everest of the earth's oceans that straight between Havana, Cuba and Key West Florida. The great swimmers of the world had tried since nineteen fifty including me as you mentioned way back in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight it's kind of the holy grail. All the obstacles, you could name the mighty Gulfstream the particular sharks the deadly box jellyfish. I could make you a long long. Tried to make it across. And every time I stood on that Havana shore, my teammates out in the boats. Bonnie my head handler and best friend next to me on the shore. I blew Reveille pop thought. Oh. Up. And that means we all know what it means all the world around. It means it to the military. But it means it to us civilians to get up get up at dawn. Don't miss this day, go after whatever you're going after you might not get there. You might not get there today, but you are not gonna sleep your life away. So that's that's kind of my song and now with ever walk which is initiative Bonnie, and I started three and a half years ago to get as you said just people up enjoying the beautiful outdoors of the United States of America forgetting about politics for just a few minutes of our day. We're looking up at the gorgeous trees last that philidelphia's city is eye candy, you know, from the beautiful little cobblestone alleyways to the river with those both houses lined up majestically. It was just it was just I was in a state of sheer delight all day and all of us. You're on a high. You're doing something a little bit difficult that day we walk twenty six point two miles more than a lot of people would care to walk, and you don't need to walk that far. But you could go out and walk down to the corner to get your newspaper and back and feel the earth under your feet feel the power of your stride start looking up at the horizon and the beautiful clouds and think who you wanna be what you wanna do with the rest of your life. So I'm I'm finding walking to be a kind of enlightenment and empowerment kind of thing in my life. And now Bonnie, and I are trying to bring frankly, we're trying to bring a million people into our movement, and that's a that's a tall order. But we think big and we're thinking big on this one too. Yeah. And I think if anybody can do it it will be you. And certainly Bonnie, and and although you say, we don't talk politics. I have to tell everybody that one of the people who's been actually inspired by Diana is Hillary Clinton, you'll see her endorsing your book. And I and and it's just so many people have said, this is thrilling to them. They really couldn't understand how you could make this trip this journey by water with the sharks there. They mentioned that you were not in any kind of shark cage. You're very very brave, and so I'm going to ask you this question. Maybe a little different question. You've had your extremely brave person. And yet when you wanted to engage the world in physical activity you picked walking now, frankly, it's lovely cut. There's no break for you. It involved here. Why did you do that? Why of all the sports including your own? Did you concentrate on walking? Well, you know, we're talking about the masses when I just mentioned that our goal is to get a million people in this country. And I'm talking to Sanjay Gupta. Dr Sanjay Gupta from CNN. Now who covered the Cuba swim for several years to you know, he's kind of known as America's doctor about helping us in twenty twenty go to fifty cities in fifty weeks. Every Saturday Bonnie, and I are going to do a ten mile walk in fifty capitals of fifty states. And you know, how would we get a million people out in the ocean swimming? Yes, I'm in love with the ocean. I wish I could give that experience to a million people not to mention five or ten, but who else is gonna swim. Let's say from Cuba to Florida. I guarantee you I'm gonna go to my grave, or or my, you know, cremation moment, and nobody else will have done that swim. That's how difficult it is to do. So am I here? Just inspire. One person. Twenty five million people were. Following the Cuba's went by the end. And you know, what they didn't care about swimming. They didn't care about sports. They didn't care if I was setting some new all the favor record. They cared about the message. They saw someone who you to give up and it seem without getting paid a sense who went for years not getting paid and and and giving their lives away from their families away from their jobs because they were chasing history. We were chasing a grand adventure that had never been done before. And all of the science, and the technology, and the tapping of the human spirit that comes with that swim wasn't just for me. And that's when wasn't just for swimmers. Well, this walking it's not about how hard can you heard? Can you want across the Kalahari desert in one hundred twenty degree heat? I bow down with high regard for the people who do run across the collar, Harry desert. I want a million people out doing what you and I did in Philadelphia. The other day in feeling the power of moving and feeling the high that comes with releasing your endorphins, we don't have to be an abject pain. So it's I'm not here doing spider people to chase those extreme endurance goals. Those people those bad as iron man, they do it. Anyway. Lead me to do it. Anyway, they don't need me. Yeah. Well, I will tell you. What are the things the reason I asked that question I wanted everybody to hear that listen to the enthusiasm. Listen to the excitement every time you go out the door, and you take a walk, even if you simply start parking further away from the ShopRite or every you go shopping in a mall. You're on an adventure. One foot. All that has to happen is one foot has to go in front of the other. And when we come back, we're gonna talk about Diana naiad book, find a way, it is also that just a story of of what she did. And so on a story, and she's trying to live her life now of what you can do. And one of the things we talk about all the time when it comes to successful aging here. Diane is to have a mission in life. Purposeless nece kills we talk about all the things that can kill you all the bad nutrition and lack of exercise, but of all of those things the physical things you can be killed even faster if you. I don't have a life mission in life purpose. And it doesn't matter. What it is that when Diana's case, it's very very clear mission. And I wanna come back, and I wanna talk to you next segment here about how you came about working with bunny on this. Why it's so important to you to get those million people not just for themselves. But what it does for you? And review up one of the things I've noticed when I Google you. And I look at all the wonderful things about you is your own ways telling people your age or one of those few people who want to inspire people to know that they can do this at any age we come back. It took a little bit about that. We're gonna talk about how you guys can get involved with a talk about how you can read the book and start with ever walk and all of the contact information you need so the next couple of minutes. Please everybody get out a pencil and paper, you're gonna wanna know gonna write this down. Everything's online for you. Whether it's a book, whether it's day in his own website is. Ever walk because these are life changing things. That's.

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"houston times" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:15 min | 3 years ago

"houston times" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"This is Adrian Bergen. This is generation bold the fountain of truth, and there's a lot of truth that come out during our show. But today part of that truth is that we can be inspired by others. And if we talk about a walking inspiration machine, we're gonna be talking about Diana naiad. Now, she's one of those folks, I think actually needs no introduction because for many many decades, actually you've been hearing about her in the news. You know, that she is a legendary swimmer, you know, that she has a wonderful book at a find away. And we'll talk about why she named the book quite that. But from the Wall Street Journal to the Houston times, they call it a gripping thriller. Why? Well, of course, as a legendary swimmer, you may have remembered that she's been in the news since nineteen seventy five when she swam around then Hatton, much more. Recently a hundred and ten point eight six miles around Cuba to Florida and much more. But she also has a mission, and that mission is something that she, and I share we've talked about it many times, and then get up and move and walk. So we'll also talk about a wonderful mission. She has that she's promoting called ever walk. We'll find out exactly what that's about. So in our quest to successful aging. Was speaking today with Diana diet? So thank you so much for being on the show today. It's entirely my pleasure. And I must say no we're gonna get into walking that a couple of weeks ago when you and I and a couple hundred other people walked the the beautiful city of Philadelphia all day long. I know I was out there for ten hours. I love spending time with you. You're such a forceful, energetic personality. So I'm so glad we're in this world of walking together. Adrian where we are. And you can see some videos of then on ever walking on free workers. But what I will tell you. If you were there. You would have just been thrilled, Diana, not only let us, but she bugles us. So tell us a little bit about that. And let us know about ever walk. You know, clearly, I'm not a professional horn player. There's a there's a little bit of comic relief to my bugle playing. But. You know, every time and it was five times. I tried to make it across that epic ocean. They call it the Mount Everest of the earth's oceans that straight between Havana, Cuba and Key West Florida. The great swimmers of the world had tried since nineteen fifty including me as you mentioned way back in nineteen seventy eight it's kind of the holy grail. All the obstacles, you could name the mighty Gulfstream the particular sharks the deadly box jellyfish. I I could make you a long long at tried to make it across. And every time I stood on that Havana shore, my teammates out in the boats. Bonnie my head handler and best friend next to me on the shore. I blew Reveille. I thought I thought. And that means we all know what it means all the world around. It means it to the military, but it means to us civilians to get up get up at dawn. Don't miss this day, go after whatever you're going after you might not get there. You might not get there today, but you are not gonna sleep your life away. So that's that's kinda my song. And now with ever walk which is initiative Bonnie, and I started three and a half years ago to get as you said just people up enjoying the beautiful outdoors of the United States of America forgetting about politics for just a few minutes of our day. We're looking up at the gorgeous trees last that Philadelphia city is I candy, you know, from the beautiful little cobblestone alleyways to the river with those both houses lined up majestically. It was just it was just I was in a state of fear delight all day and all of us. You're on a high. You're doing something a little bit difficult that day we walk twenty six point two miles more than a lot of people would care to walk, and you don't need to walk that far. But you could go out and walk down to the corner to get your newspaper and back and feel the earth under your feet feel the power of your stride. You know, if you start looking at the horizon and the beautiful clouds and think who you wanna be what you want to do with the rest of your life. So I'm I'm finding walking to be a kind of enlightenment and empowerment kind of thing in my life. And now Bonnie and Tony to bring frankly, we're trying to bring a million people into our movement, and that's a that's a tall order. But we think big and we're thinking big on this one too. Yeah. And I think if anybody can do it it will be you. And certainly Bonnie, and and although you say, we don't talk politics. I have to tell everybody that one of the people who's been actually inspired by Diana's Hillary Clinton, you'll see her endorsing your book. And I and and it's just so many people have said, this is thrilling to them. They really couldn't understand how you could make this trip this journey by water over the sharks. There. They mentioned that you were not in any kind of shark cage. You're very very brave, and so I'm gonna ask you this question. Maybe a little different. Question. You've had your extremely brave person. And yet when you wanted to engage the world in physical activity you picked walking now, frankly, it's lovely. But there's no great for you. It involved here. Why did you do that? Why of all the sports including your own? Did you concentrate on walking? Well, you know, we're talking about the masses when I just mentioned that our goal is to get a million people in this country. And I'm talking to Sanjay Gupta. Dr Sanjay Gupta from CNN. Now who covered the Cuba swim for several years. You know, he's known as America's doctor about helping us in twenty twenty go to fifty cities in fifty weeks. Every Saturday Bonnie, and I are going to do a ten mile walk in fifty capitals of fifty states. And you know, how would we get a million people out in the ocean swimming? Yes, I'm in love with the ocean. I wish I could give that experience to a million people not to mention five or ten, but who else is gonna swim. Let's say from Cuba to Florida. I guarantee you I'm gonna go to my grave, or or am I, you know, cremation moment, and nobody else will have done that swim. That's how difficult it is to do. So am I here to just inspire one person? Twenty five million people were follow. Knowing the Cuba's went by the end, and you know, what they didn't care about swimming. They didn't care about the sports then care if I was setting some new all record they cared about the message. They saw someone who was to give up and a team without getting paid a sense who went for years not getting paid and and and giving their lives away from their families away from their jobs because they were chasing history. We were chasing a grand adventure that had never been done before. And all of the science, and the technology, and the tapping of the human spirit that comes with that swim wasn't just for me. And that's when wasn't just for swimmers. Well, this walking it's not about how hard can you heard can you run across the Kalahari desert in one hundred twenty degree heat? I doubt down with high regard for the people who do run across the collar, Harry desert. I want a million people out doing what you and I did in Philadelphia. The. The other day. Yeah. Feeling the power of moving and feeling the high that comes with releasing your endorphins, we don't have to be an abject pain. So I'm not here doing spider people to chase those extreme endurance goals. Those people those bad ass iron man, they do it. Anyway, let me do it. Anyway, they don't need me. Yeah. Well, I will tell you. What are the things the reason I asked that question I want everybody to hear that listen to the enthusiasm. Listen to the excitement every time you go out the door, and you take a walk, even if you simply start parking further away from the ShopRite or every you go shopping in a mall. You're on the bench. One foot. All that has to happen is one foot has to go in front of the other. And when we come back, we're going to talk about Diana naiad book, find a way, it is also that just a story of of what she did. And so on it's a story, and she's trying to live her life now of what you can do. And one of the things we talk about all the time when it comes to successful aging here. Diane is to have a mission in life, purpose listening skills. We talk about all the things that can kill you all the bad nutrition and lack of exercise, but of all of those things as physical things you could be killed even faster if you. I don't have a life mission in life purpose. And it doesn't matter. What it is the case. It's very very clear mission. And I wanna come back. I wanna talk to you and our next segment here about how you came about working with bunny on this. Why it's so important to you to get those million people not just for themselves. But what it does for you and river, you up one of the things I've noticed when I Google you. And I look at all the wonderful things about you is your own always telling people your age or one of those few people who want to inspire people to know that they could do this at any age we come back. It took a little bit about that. Talk about how you guys can get involved with a talk about how you can read the book and start with ever walk and all of the contact information you need so the next couple of minutes. Please everybody get outta pencil and paper you're gonna wanna know going to write this down. Everything's online for you. Whether it's a book, whether it's Diane his own website is ever walk because these are life changing things. That's.

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10:17 min | 3 years ago

"houston times" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Knocked my shoulder and a low. Hello, hello. This is Adrian this is generation bolt the fountain of truth, and there's a lot of truth that come out during our show. But today part of that truth is that we can be inspired by others. And if we talk about a walking inspiration machine, we're gonna be talking about Diana naiad that she's one of those folks who I think actually needs no introduction because for many many decades, actually you've been hearing about her in the news. You know, that she is a legendary swimmer, you know, that she has a wonderful book app. Find away and we'll talk about why she named the book quite that. But from the Wall Street Journal to the Houston times, they call it a gripping thriller. Why? Well, of course, as a legendary swimmer, you may have remembered that she's been in the news since nineteen seventy five when she swam around Manhattan, much, more recently. A hundred and ten point eight six miles around Cuba to Florida and much more. But she also has a mission, and that mission is something that she, and I share we've talked about it many times, and that is get up and move and book. So we'll also talk about wonderful mission. She has that she's promoting called ever walk. We'll find out exactly what that's about. So in our quest to successful aging. Speaking today with Diana diet, they are so thank you so much for being on the show today. It's entirely my pleasure. And I must say I know we're gonna get into walking that a couple of weeks ago when you and I and a couple of hundred other people walked the the beautiful city of Philadelphia all day long. I know I was out there for ten hours. I love spending time with you. You're such a forceful, energetic personality. So I'm so glad we're in this world of walking together. Adrian. Well, we are and you can see some videos of that on ever walk and on free workers. But what I will tell you. If you were there. You would have just been thrilled, Diana, not only let us, but she bugles us. So tell us a little bit about that. And let us know about ever walk. Clearly, I'm not a professional horn player. There's a there's a a little bit of comic relief to my bugle playing. But. Every time and it was five times. I tried to make it across at epic ocean. They call it the Mount Everest of the earth oceans that straight between Havana, Cuba and Key West Florida. The great swimmers of the world had tried since nineteen fifty including me as you mentioned way back in nineteen seventy eight is kind of the holy grail. All the obstacles, you could name the mighty Gulfstream the particular sharks the deadly box jellyfish. I could make you a long long. Had tried to make it across. And every time I stood on that Havana shore, my teammates out in the boats. Bonnie my head handler and best friend next to me on the shore. I blew Reveille. And that means we all know what it means all the world around it needs it to the military. But it means it to us civilians to get up get up at dawn. Don't miss this day, go after whatever you're going after you might not get there. You might not get there today, but you are not gonna sleep your life away. So that's that's kinda my song. And now with ever walk which is initiative Bonnie, and I started three and a half years ago to get as you said just people up enjoying the beautiful outdoors of the United States of America forgetting about politics for just a lead a few minutes of our day. We're looking up at the gorgeous trees last that. Philadelphia city is eye candy, you know, from the beautiful little cobblestone alleyways to the river with those both houses lined up majestically. It was just it was just I was in a state of. Sheer delight all day and all of us, you're on a high. You're doing something a little bit difficult that day we walked twenty six point two miles more than a lot of people would care to walk, and you don't need to walk that far. But you could go out and walk down your, you know, your the corner to get your newspaper and back and feel the earth under your feet feel the power of your stride start looking up at the horizon and the beautiful clouds and think who you wanna be what you wanna do with the rest of your life. So I'm I'm finding walking to be a kind of enlightenment and empowerment kind of thing in my life. And now Bonnie, and I are trying to bring frankly, we're trying to bring a million people into our movement, and that's a that's a tall order. But we think big and we're thinking big on this one too. And I think if anybody can do it it will be you. And certainly Bonnie, and and although you say, we don't talk politics, I have to tell everybody that one of the people who's been actually inspired by Dan is Hillary Clinton, you'll see her endorsing your book. And I and and there's just so many people have said, this is thrilling to them. They really couldn't understand how you could make this trip this journey by water over the charts. There they mentioned that you were not in any kind of shark cage. You're very very brave, and so I'm gonna ask you this question. Maybe a little different question. You've had your extremely brave person. And yet when you wanted to engage the world in physical activity you pick walking now, frankly, it's lovely. But there's no great three of it involved. Here. Why did you do that? Why of all the sports including your own? Did you concentrate on walking? Well, you know, we're talking about the masses when I just mentioned that our goal is to get a million people in this country. And I'm talking to Sanjay Gupta. Dr Sanjay Gupta from CNN. Now who covered the Cuba swim for several years to kind of known as America's doctor about helping us in twenty twenty go to fifty cities in fifty weeks every Saturday Bonnie, and we're going to do a ten mile walk in fifty capitals of fifty states. And you know, how would we get a million people out in the ocean swimming? Yes, I'm in love with the ocean. I wish I could give that experience to a million people not to mention five or ten, but who else is gonna swim. Let's say from Cuba to Florida. I guarantee you I'm gonna go to my grave, or or my, you know, cremation moment, and nobody else will have done that swim. That's how difficult it is to do. So am I here to just inspire one person? Twenty five million people were follow. Cuba's when by the end, and you know, what they didn't care about swimming. They didn't care about sports. Then didn't care if I was setting some new hall of Famer record they cared about the message. They saw someone who was to give up and it seem without getting paid a sense who went for years not getting paid and and and giving their lives away from their families away from their jobs because they were chasing history. We were chasing a grand adventure that had never been done before. And all of the science and technology, and the tapping of the human spirit that comes with that swim wasn't just for me. And that's when wasn't just for swimmers. Well, this walking it's not about how hard can you heard? Can you run across the caller? Hurry desert in twenty degree heat. I bow down with high regard for the people who do run across the collar, Harry desert. I want a million people out doing what you and I did in Philadelphia. The. The other day feeling the power of moving and feeling the high that comes with releasing your endorphins, we don't have to be an abject pain. So I'm not here doing spider people to chase those extreme endurance goals. Those people those bad as iron man, they do it. Anyway. Lead me, they do it. Anyway, they don't need me. Yeah. Well, I will tell you. What are the things the reason I asked I've question I wanted everybody to hear that listen to the enthusiasm. Listen to the excitement every time you go out the door, and you take a walk, even if you simply start parking further away from the ShopRite or every you go shopping in a mall. You're on an adventure. One foot. All that has to happen is one foot has to go in front of the other. And when we come back. We're gonna talk about Diana naiad book, find the way, it is also that just a story of of what she did. And so on it just story, and she's trying to live her life now of what you can do. And one of the things we talk about all the time when it comes to successful aging here. Diane is to have a mission in life. Purposeless nece kills we talk about all the things that can kill you all the bad nutrition and lack of exercise, but of all of those things the physical things you can be killed even faster if you. You don't have a life mission and life purpose. And it doesn't matter. What it is that when they case, it's a very very clear mission. And I wanna come back. I wanna talk to you next segment here about how you came about working with bunny on this. Why it's so important to you to get those million people that just for themselves, but what it does for you and review up one of the things I've noticed when I Google you. And I look at all the wonderful things about you is your own always telling people your age or one of those few people who want to inspire people to know that they can do this at any age we come back. It took a little bit about that. We're gonna talk about how you guys can get involved with a talk about how you can read the book and start with ever walk and all of the contact information you need so in the next couple of minutes. Please everybody get out a pencil and paper, you're gonna wanna know gonna write this down. Everything was online for you. Whether it's a book, whether it's Diane his own website. Whether is. Ever walk because these are life changing things..

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10:15 min | 3 years ago

"houston times" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Hello. This is Adrian Burg. And this is generation bolt the fountain of truth, and there's a lot of truth that come out during our show. But today part of that truth is that we can be inspired by others. And if we talked about a walking inspiration shame. We're gonna be talking about Diana naiad that she's one of those folks who I think actually needs no introduction because for many many decades, actually you've been hearing about her in the news. You know, that she is a legendary swimmer, you know, that she has a wonderful book app. Find away, and we'll talk about why she named the book for quite that. But from the Wall Street Journal to the Houston times, they call it a gripping thriller. Why? Well, of course, as a legendary swimmer, you may have remembered that she's been in the news since nineteen seventy five when she saw around Manhattan. And much more recently a hundred and ten point eight six miles around Cuba to Florida and much more. But she also has a mission, and that mission is something that she, and I share we've talked about it many times, and then get up and move and book. So we'll also talk about a wonderful mission. She has that she's promoting called ever walk. We'll find out exactly what that's about. So in our to successful aging. Was speaking today with Diana diet? So thank you so much for being on the show today. It's it's entirely my play here. And I must say no we're going to get into walking that a couple of weeks ago when you and I and a couple hundred other people walked the beautiful city of Philadelphia all day long. I know I was out there for ten hours. I love spending time with you. You're such a forceful, energetic personality. So I'm so glad we're in this world of walking together. Adrian where we are. And you can see some videos of that on ever walking on free workers. But what I will tell you. If you were there. You would have just been thrilled, Diana, not only let us, but she giggled us. So tell us a little bit about that. And let us know about ever walk. You know, clearly, I'm not a professional horn player. There's a there's a a little bit of comic relief to my bugle playing. But. Every time and it was five times. I tried to make it across that epic ocean. They call it the Mount Everest of the earth oceans that straight between Havana, Cuba and Key West Florida. The great swimmers of the world had tried since nineteen fifty including me as you mentioned way back in nineteen seventy eight is kind of the holy grail. All the obstacles, you could name the mighty Gulfstream the particular sharks the deadly box jellyfish. I could make you a long long. Had tried to make it across. And every time I stood on that Havana shore, my teammates out in the boats. Bonnie my head handler best friend next to me on the shore. I blew Reveille. And that means we all know what it means all the world around. It means it to the military, but it means to us civilians to get up get up at dawn. Don't miss this day, go after whatever you're going after you might not get there. You might not get there today, but you are not gonna sleep your life away. So that's that's kinda my song. And now with ever walk which is initiative Bonnie, and I started three and a half years ago to get as you said just people up enjoying the beautiful outdoors of the United States of America forgetting about politics for just a few minutes of our day. We're looking up at the gorgeous trees last that. Philadelphia city is eye candy, you know, from the beautiful little cobblestone alleyways to the river with those both houses lined up majestically. It was just it was just I was in a state of. Sheer delight all day and all of us, you're on a high. You're doing something a little bit difficult that day we walked twenty six point two miles more than a lot of people would care to walk, and you don't need to walk that far. But you could go out and walk down to the corner to get your newspaper back and feel the earth under your feet feel the power of your stride start looking at the horizon and the beautiful clouds and think who you wanna be what you wanna do with the rest of your life. So I'm I'm finding walking to be a kind of enlightenment and empowerment kind of thing in my life. And now Bonnie, and I are twenty to bring frankly, we're trying to bring a million people into our movement, and that's a that's a tall order. But we think big and we're thinking big on this one too. Yeah. I think if anybody could do it it will be you. And certainly Bonnie, and and although you say, we don't talk politics. I have to tell everybody that one of the people who's been actually inspired by Dan is Hillary Clinton, you'll see her endorsing your book. And I and it just so many people have said, this is thrilling to them. They really couldn't understand how you could make this trip this journey by water with the sharks there. They mentioned that you would not in any kind of shark cage. You're very very brave, and so I'm gonna ask you this question. Maybe a little different question. You've had your extremely brave person. And yet when you wanted to engage the world in physical activity you picked walking now, frankly, it's lovely. But there's no break for you. It involved here. Why did you do that? Why of all the sports including your own? Did you concentrate on walking? Well, you know, we're talking about the masses when I just mentioned that our goal is to get a million people in this country. And I'm talking to Sanjay Gupta. Dr Sanjay Gupta from CNN. Now who covered the Cuba swim for several years. He's known as America's doctor about helping us in twenty twenty go to fifty cities in fifty weeks. Every Saturday Bonnie, and I are going to do ten mile walk in fifty capitals of fifty states. And you know, how would we get a million people out in the ocean swimming? Yes, I'm in love with the ocean. I wish I could give that experience two million people not to mention five or ten, but who else is gonna swim. Let's say from Cuba to Florida. I guarantee you I'm gonna go to my grave, or or am I, you know, cremation moment, and nobody else will have done that swim. That's how difficult it is to do. So am I here? Just inspire. One person. Twenty five million people were follow. Cuba's went by the end. And you know, what they didn't care about swimming. They didn't care about the sports. They didn't care if I was setting some new hall of fame record. They cared about the message. They saw someone who with to give up and a team without getting paid a sense who went for years not getting paid and and giving their lives away from their families away from their jobs because they were chasing history. We were chasing a grand adventure that had never been done before. And all of the science and technology, and the tapping of the human spirit that comes with that swim wasn't just for me. And that's when wasn't just for slimmers. Well, this walking it's not about how hard can you heard can you run across the Kalahari desert in one hundred twenty degree heat? I bowed down with high regard for the people who do run across the collar, Harry desert. I want a million people out doing what you and I did in Philadelphia. The. The other day feeling the power of moving and feeling the high that comes with releasing your endorphins, we don't have to be an abject pain. So I'm not here doing spider people to chase those extreme endurance goals. Those people those bad as iron man, they do it. Anyway. Lead me do it. Anyway, they don't need me. Yeah. Well, I will tell you. What are the things the reason I asked that question I wanted everybody to hear that listen to the enthusiasm listened to the excitement. Every time you go out the door, and you take a walk, even if you simply start parking further away from the ShopRite or every you go shopping in a mall. You're on an adventure. One foot. All that has to happen is one foot has to go in front of the other. And when we come back. We're gonna talk about Diana diet book find a way, it is also not just a story of what she did. And so on it's a story, and she's trying to live her life now of what you can do. And one of the things we talk about all the time when it comes to successful aging here. Diane is to have a mission in life. Purposeless nece kills we talk about all the things that can kill you all the bad nutrition and lack of exercise, but of all of those things the physical things you could be killed even faster if you. If you don't have a life mission and life purpose. And it doesn't matter. What it is that when Diana's case, it's a very very clear mission. And I wanna come back, and I wanna talk to you and our next segment here about how you came about working with bunny on this. Why it's so important to you to get those million people not just for themselves. But what it does for you and river, you up one of the things I've noticed when I Google you. And I look at all the wonderful things about you is you're always telling people your age or one of those few people who want to inspire people to know that they can do this at any age we come back. It took a little bit about that. We're gonna talk about how you guys can get involved with a talk about how you can read the book and start with ever walk and all the contact information you need so the next couple of minutes. Please everybody get out a pencil and paper, you're gonna wanna know gonna write this down. Everything's online for you. Whether it's a book, whether it's Diane his own website. Whether is. Ever walk because these are life changing things. That's what we bring to.

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10:15 min | 3 years ago

"houston times" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"And a low. Hello, hello. This is Adrian Bergen. This is generation bolt the fountain of truth, and there's a lot of truth that come out during our show. But today part of that truth is that we can be inspired by others. And if we talked about a walking inspiration machine, we're gonna be talking about Diana naiad that she's one of those folks who I think actually needs no introduction because for many many decades, actually you've been hearing about her in the news. You know, that she is a legendary stripper, you know, that she has a wonderful book out a find a way, and we'll talk about why she named the book quite that. But from the Wall Street Journal to the Houston times, they call it a gripping thriller. Why? Well, of course, as a legendary swimmer, you may have remembered that she's been in the news since nineteen seventy five when she swam around then Hatton, much more. Recently a hundred and ten point eight six miles around Cuba to Florida and much more. But she also has a mission, and that mission is something that she, and I share we've talked about it many times, and then get up and move and book. So we'll also talk about wonderful mission. She has that she's promoting called ever walk. We'll find out exactly what that's about. So in our quest to successful aging. Speaking today with Diana diet. So thank you so much for being on the show today. It's entirely my pleasure. And I must say I know we're going to get into walking that a couple of weeks ago when you and I and a couple hundred other people walked the beautiful city of Philadelphia all day long. I know I was out there for ten hours. I love spending time with you. You're such a forceful, energetic personality. So I'm so glad we're in this world of walking together. Adrian where we are. And you can see some videos of that on ever walking on free workers. But what I will tell you. If you were there. You would have just been thrilled, Diana, not only let us, but she bugles us. So tell us a little bit about that let us know about ever walk. You know, clearly, I'm not a professional horn player. There's a there's a little bit of comic relief to my bugle playing. But. Every time and it was five times. I tried to make it across that epic ocean. They call it the Mount Everest of the earth oceans that straight between Havana, Cuba and Key West Florida. The great swimmers of the world had tried since nineteen fifty including me as you mentioned way back in nineteen seventy eight it's kind of the holy grail. All the obstacles, you could name the mighty Gulfstream the particular sharks the deadly box jellyfish. I could make you a long long. At tried to make it across. And every time I stood on that Havana shore, my teammates out in the boat. Bonnie my head handler and best friend next to me on the shore. I blew Reveille. I thought bop bop. Bop. Bop, bop. And that means we all know what it means all the world around. It means it to the military. But it means it to us civilians to get up get up at dawn. Don't miss this day, go after whatever you're going after you might not get there. You might not get there today, but you are not gonna sleep your life away. So that's that's kind of my song and now with ever walk which is initiative Bonnie, and I started three and a half years ago to get as you said just people up enjoying the beautiful outdoors of the United States of America forgetting about politics for just a few minutes of our day looking up at the gorgeous trees last that philidelphia's city is eye candy, you know, from the beautiful little cobblestone alleyways to the river with those both houses lined up majestically. It was just it was just I was in a state of. Sheer delight all day and all of us, you're on a high. You're doing something a little bit difficult that day we walk twenty six point two miles more than a lot of people would care to walk, and you don't need to walk that far. But you could go out and walk down to the corner to get your newspaper and back and feel their earth under your feet feel the power of your stride. You know, you start looking at the horizon and the beautiful clouds and think who you wanna be what you wanna do with the rest of your life. So I'm I'm finding walking to be a kind of enlightenment and empowerment kind of thing in my life. And now Bonnie, and I are trying to bring frankly, we're trying to bring a million people into our movement, and that's a that's a tall order. But we think big and we're thinking big on this one too. Yeah. And I think if anybody can do it it will do and certainly Bonnie, and and though you say, we don't talk politics. I have to tell everybody that one of the people who's been actually inspired by Diane is Hillary Clinton, you'll see her endorsing your book. And I and and it's just so many people have said, this is thrilling to them. They really couldn't understand how you could make this trip this journey by water over the charts. There they mentioned that you were not in any kind of shark cage. You're very very brave, and so I'm going to ask you this question. Maybe a little different question. You've had your extremely brave person. And yet when you wanted to engage the world in physical activity you picked walking, frankly, it's lovely. But there's no great for you. It involved here. Why did you do that? Why of all the sports including your own? Did you concentrate on walking? Well, you know, we're talking about the masses when I just mentioned that our goal is to get a million people in this country. And I'm talking to Sanjay Gupta. Dr Sanjay Gupta from CNN. Now who covered the Cuba swim for several years to you know, he's known as America's doctor about helping us in twenty twenty go to fifty cities in fifty weeks every Saturday body, and I are going to do a ten mile walk in fifty capitals of fifty states. And you know, how would we get a million people out in the ocean swimming? Yes, I'm in love with the ocean. I wish I could give that experience to a million people not to mention five or ten, but who else is gonna swim. Let's say from Cuba to Florida. I guarantee you I'm gonna go to my grave, or or my, you know, cremation moment, and nobody else will have done that swim. That's how difficult it is to do. So am I here? Just inspire. One person. Twenty five million people were follow. Cuba's went by the end. And you know, what they didn't care about swimming. They didn't care about the sports. They didn't care if I was setting some new all favor record. They cared about the message. They saw someone who was to give up and team without getting paid a sense who went for years not getting paid and and and giving their lives away from their families away from their jobs because they were chasing history. We were chasing a grand adventure that had never been done before. And all of the science, and the technology, and the tapping of the human spirit that comes with that swim wasn't just for me. And that's when wasn't just for swimmers. Well, this walking it's not about how hard can you heard? Can you want across the Kalahari desert and one hundred twenty degree heat? I bowed down with high regard for the people who do run across the collar, Harry desert. I want a million people out doing what you and I did in Philadelphia. The other day feeling the power of moving and feeling the high that comes with releasing your endorphins, we don't have to be an abject pain. So I'm not here doing spider people to chase those extreme endurance goals. Those people those bad ass iron man, they do it. Anyway. Lead me to do it. Anyway, they don't need me. Yeah. Well, I will tell you. What are the things the reason I asked that question I want everybody to hear that listen to the enthusiasm. Listen to the excitement every time you go out the door, and you take a walk, even if you simply start parking further away from the ShopRite or every you go shopping in a mall. You're on an adventure. One foot. All that has to happen is one foot has to go in front of the other. And when we come back, we're going to talk about Diana diet book, find a way, it is also not just a story of what she did. And so on it's a story, and she's trying to live her life. Now what you can do. And one of the things we talk about all the time when it comes to successful aging here. Diane is to have a mission in life. Purposeless nece kills we talk about all the things that can kill you all the bad nutrition and lack of exercise, but of all of those things the physical things you could be killed even faster if you. Don't have a life mission in life purpose. And it doesn't matter. What it is the case. It's very very clear mission. And I wanna come back. I wanna talk to you and our next segment here about how you came about working with bunny on this. Why it's so important to you to get those million people not just for themselves. But what it does for you? And review up one of the things I've noticed when I Google you. And I look at all the wonderful things about you is your own always telling people your age or one of those few people who want to inspire people to know that they can do this at any age we come back. It took a little bit about that. We're gonna talk about how you guys can get involved with a talk about how you can read the book and start with ever walk and all of the contact information you need so the next couple of minutes. Please everybody get out a pencil and paper, you're gonna wanna know gonna write this down everything online for you. Whether it's a book, whether it's Diane his own website is ever. Walk because these are life changing things..

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"houston times" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:30 min | 3 years ago

"houston times" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Don't see wrinkles. On my head and not my shoulder and a low. Hello, hello. This is Adrian Bergen. This is generation bolt the fountain of truth, and there's a lot of truth that come out during our show. But today part of that truth is that we can be inspired by others. And if we talked about a walking inspiration machine, we're gonna be talking about Diana naiad that she's one of those folks, I think actually needs no introduction because for many many decades, actually you've been hearing about her in the news. You know, that she is a legendary stripper, you know, that she has a wonderful book out find away, and we'll talk about why she named the book quite that. But from the Wall Street Journal to the Houston times, they call it a gripping thriller. Why? Well, of course, as a legendary swimmer you may have remembered that she's been in the news since nineteen seventy five. When she saw around Manhattan, much more recently a hundred and ten point eight six miles around Cuba to Florida and much more. But she also has a mission, and that mission is something that she, and I share we've talked about it many times, and that is get up and move and book. So we'll also talk about wonderful mission. She has that she's promoting called ever walk. We'll find out exactly what that's about. So in our quest to successful aging. Was speaking today with Diana diet? So thank you so much for being on the show today. It's entirely my pleasure. And I must say no we're gonna get into walking that a couple of weeks ago when you and I and a couple of hundred other people walked the beautiful city of Philadelphia all day long. I know I was out there for ten hours. I love spending time with you. You're such a forceful, energetic personality. So I'm so glad we're in this world of walking together Adrian, well, we are and you can see some videos on ever walk and on free workers. But what I will tell you. If you were there. You would have just been thrilled, Diana, not only let us, but she bugles us. So tell us a little bit about that. And let us know about ever walk. Clearly, I'm not a professional horn player. There's a there's a a little bit of comic relief to my bugle playing. But. You know, every time and it was five times. I tried to make it across that epic ocean. They call it the Mount Everest of the earth's oceans that straight between Havana, Cuba and Key West Florida. The great swimmers of the world had tried since nineteen fifty including me as you mentioned way back in nineteen seventy eight it's kind of the holy grail. All the obstacles, you could name the mighty Gulfstream the particular sharks the deadly box jellyfish. I I could make you a long long had tried to make it across. And every time I stood on that Havana shore, my teammates out in the boats. Bonnie my head handler and best friend next to me on the shore. I blew Reveille. I thought I thought. And that means we all know what it means all the world around. It means it to the military. But it means it to us civilians to get up get up at dawn. Don't miss this day, go after whatever you're going after you might not get there. You might not get there today, but you are not gonna sleep your life away. So that's that's kinda my song. And now with ever walk which is initiative Bonnie, and I started three and a half years ago to get as you said just people up enjoying the beautiful outdoors of the United States of America forgetting about politics for just a lethal few minutes of our day. We're looking up at the gorgeous trees last that Philadelphia city is I candy, you know, from the beautiful little cobblestone alleyways to the Cuco river with those both houses lined up majestically. It was just it was just I was in a state of sheer delight all day and all of us. You're on a high. You're doing something a little bit difficult that day we walk twenty six point two miles more than a lot of people would care to walk, and you don't need to walk that far. But you could go out and walk down to the corner to get your newspaper and back and feel the earth under your feet feel the power of your stride. You know, if you start looking at the horizon and the beautiful clouds and think who you wanna be what you want to do with the rest of your life. So I'm I'm finding walking to be a kind of enlightenment and empowerment kind of thing in my life. And now Bonnie, and I are trying to bring frankly, we're trying to bring a million people into our movement, and that's a that's a tall order. But we think big and we're thinking big on this one too. Yeah. And I think if anybody could do it it will be you. And certainly Bonnie, and and although you say, we don't talk politics. I have to tell everybody that one of the people who's been actually inspired by Diana is Hillary Clinton, you'll see her endorsing your book. And I and and it's just so many people have said, this is thrilling to them. They really couldn't understand how you could make this trip this journey by water with the sharks there. They mentioned that you were not in any kind of shark cage. You're very very brave, and so I'm going to ask you this question. Maybe a little different question. You've had your extremely brave person. And yet when you wanted to engage the world in physical activity you pick walking now, frankly, it's lovely, but there's no break free of it involved. Here. Why did you do that? Why of all the sports including your own? Did you concentrate on walking? Well, you know, we're talking about the masses when I just mentioned that our goal is to get a million people in this country. And I'm talking to Sanjay Gupta. Dr Sanjay Gupta from CNN. Now who covered the Cuba swim for several years. You know, he's kind of known as America's doctor about helping us in twenty twenty go to fifty cities in fifty weeks every Saturday body, and I are going to do a ten mile walk in fifty capitals of fifty states. And you know, how would we get a million people out in the ocean swimming? Yes, I'm in love with the ocean. I wish I could give that experience to a million people not to mention five or ten, but who else is gonna swim. Let's say from Cuban afford. I guarantee you I'm gonna go to my grave, or or my, you know, cremation moment, and nobody else will have done that swim. That's how difficult it is to do. So am I here to just inspire one person? Twenty five million people were follow. Cuba's when by the end, and you know, what they didn't care about swimming. They didn't care about sports. Then they care if I was setting some new hall of Famer record they cared about the message. They saw someone who was to give up and a team without getting paid a sense who went for years not getting paid and and and giving their lives away from their families away from their jobs because they were chasing history. We were chasing a grand adventure that had never been done before. And all of the science, and the technology, and the tapping of the human spirit that comes with that swim wasn't just for me. And that's when wasn't just for slimmers. Well, this walking it's not about how hard can you heard? Can you want across the caller? Hurry desert in one hundred twenty degree heat. I bowed down with high regard for the people who do run across the collar, Harry desert. I want a million people out doing what you and I did in Philadelphia. The. The other day feeling the power of moving and feeling the high that comes with releasing your endorphins, we don't have to be an abject pain. So I'm not here to inspire people to chase those extreme endurance goals. Those people those bad ass iron men, they do it. Anyway. Lead me to do it. Anyway, they don't need me. Yeah. Well, I will tell you. What are the things the reason I asked that question I want everybody to hear that listen to the enthusiasm listened to the excitement. Every time you go out the door, and you take a walk even if you simply start parking further away from the ShopRite or every you go shopping in a mall, you're on the venture one foot. All that has to happen is one foot has to don't front of the other. And when we come back. We're gonna talk about Diana diet book find a way, it is also that just a story of what she did. And so on it too story, and she's trying to live her life now of what you can do. And one of the things we talk about all the time when it comes to successful aging here. Diane is to have a mission in life. Purposeless nece kills we talk about all the things I can kill you all the bad nutrition and lack of exercise, but of all of those things as physical things you could be killed even faster if you. I don't have a life mission in life purpose. And it doesn't matter. What it is that when Diana's case, it's a very very clear mission. And I wanna come back, and I wanna talk to you next segment here about how you came about working with bunny on this. Why it's so important to you to get those million people not just for themselves. But what it does for you? And review up one of the things I've noticed when I Google you. And I look at all the wonderful things about you is your only telling people your age, you're one of those few people who want to inspire people to know that they could do this at any age we come back. It took a little bit about that. Talk about how you guys can get involved with a talk about how you can read the book and start with ever walk and all of the contact information you need so the next couple of minutes. Please everybody get of the pencil and paper you're gonna wanna know going to write this down. Everything was online for you. Whether it's a book, whether it's Diane his own website with is ever walk because these are life changing things, that's what we bring to you. And.

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"houston times" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"houston times" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Could get a beach nearby. It was it was like Pleasantville. Yeah, I'm Agean. It was so it was different. I'm sure I feel like a lot of my friends college experiences. It was a lot different than mine. So I've I've worked here grand X for eight years now a little over eight years, and obviously during the course of which a lot of my focus was on making content for college kids. So I'm familiar with all these little colleges like some people don't know about like Chapman is an example of one of them. We're slowly over the us. I'd hear about I'd see Chapman more and more and more. And it was one of the schools where I was just like man fuck everybody who got to go here. This looks so awesome. What the hell? This is bullshit. I feel like there's several in California. Like that. Like was the one in Malibu Pepperdine Pepperdine Yossi somebody. Pepperdine? I'm like we had like a river. Like y'all have fun now backing out of the river. We had fun, but it was the different brand trashier brand of fun. But a good brand it was still fun. Yeah. Anyway. So after college than what after college. Well, okay. When I was in college I worked at SeaWorld San Diego. Like, what do you would you do? Not miss it Wales. Which everyone is like so sad. When I tell them that. That's not what you did. Michelle MU and I'm like, no side of a buzzkill. I shouldn't even mention it. But I did gymnasts like show it's called summer nights. So it was like summer show. So there was like gymnasts and all these like, drummers and dancers, and I did that every night in the summer. I always knew you as a dancer because you dancer, west side. What was it called and our shattner Shah actually dated a girl in Asia. And then from there you did what? So so when I graduated from college I went I moved back to see NATO, I did one more summer at SeaWorld. And then the dolphins like got a new show, and they took over our budget. And so basically my job got taken over by dolphin which by dole says lane like a dolphin dolphins. 'cause like their show called the dolphins. Let's like the dolphin show. Oh shit. Bumped by an animal. I totally did. So I was like I guess I'll leave seen Yego now. And I know it was sad, but then moved away, and I had a lot of friends from college that we're already there. So they got me moved in and kind of rain around and had fun. And did, you know, some gymnastics jobs in like, you know, but then I ended up randomly getting job in advertising. So LA for three years, Los Angeles is. Is a lot. I said great place to visit is chaos. It's like Houston times three and I love Houston to death. It will always be home for me. But it's a lot to deal with. It's a lot of people and allies eating more like. Yeah. Much. Yeah. Definitely it may like definitely living there in L A made me really appreciate Texas of one of our coming. Visit. I was like it's so easy to live here. Simpler is easy. I can park when I felt places crazy. We don't know about like too much of the shit that you'll know about doing California at this point. We're just talking. I mean, the thing that always comes up for me is how weird it is being like in a non legalized state versus legal state where marijuana cannabis whatever's legalized because it's just we are. So behind already in Texas that my friends that smoke in California was questions. I don't even know what the words they're using. Even this point of weird because every time you go to like, Colorado, everyone there is like from Texas. So obviously, they're like, okay, I'm sticking waiting for this like, I'm just gonna go to Colorado. Colorado's weird light like everybody. I know. I feel like I know a million people living living Colorado now it's like back and forth to great state though. Actually, we were just in Colorado. Okay. So after a lay after LA, I was there. So that I moved to Dallas. That's when you moved to Dallas. And its some point you became a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader. I did. So I I got a job in advertising in Dallas..

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Mega Millions Christmas jackpot tops $320 million

Rush Limbaugh

00:30 sec | 3 years ago

Mega Millions Christmas jackpot tops $320 million

"Tonight's mega millions drawing could make this Christmas one to remember for one lucky winner. Tonight's mega millions drawing jackpot is up to three hundred and twenty million dollars the jackpot rolled over after. There was no winner on Friday. If there's a winner tonight. It will be the fifth jackpot awarded this year. A single ticket was sold in South Carolina in October worth one point five billion dollars a winner for that jackpot has not come forward. Tonight's drawing will happen at ten o'clock Houston time, John Wesley Downey NewsRadio seven forty KTAR

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