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Kash Patel: DOJ Released Staged Photo for Maximum Shock Value

The Dan Bongino Show

01:42 min | 3 weeks ago

Kash Patel: DOJ Released Staged Photo for Maximum Shock Value

"Of course no one knows more about this case than you do cash this staged photo And I don't mean staged in like a weird I mean it was obviously stage I was papers weren't out there on the flame may have been in a box or whatever But they were designed to be laid out on the floor in that particular way for maximum effect They put the cover the covers over there You've seen these covers a thousand times Their covers They don't necessarily mean the documents are still classified but this was clearly an effort to influence public opinion They knew this was going to get out when they put it in the court document Yeah you're absolutely like and look you as a former cop in federal agent me as former national security prosecutor having tried and brought these cases the right way know that when you walk into supposedly what you are you the government thing is a crime scene You photographic and take evidence as is You don't take the gun from the guy you think that killed it from the garbage can and put it in his hand and take a photo of him pointing it at the dead body And you only do that You know you really only do that Dan When you know your investigation that you started falsely has ended and what you want now is shock and awe value for people out there And they're not supposed to know the ins and outs of the justice system and evidence collection But this when you see it you're like oh my God look at that Out of a spy novel But they know that they struck out against president Trump on the whole classified prosecution because the documents were never classified and we've been through that extensively So what do they do They stage a photo op And they get what they want But in the end what they're going to do is probably target some of president Trump's inner circle in my opinion because they struck out on Trump

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Public School Library Displays Book About Gay Sex to Children

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:51 min | 3 weeks ago

Public School Library Displays Book About Gay Sex to Children

"From hillsborough, New Jersey, and the middle school there, and this is a bizarre story. So we have it up on our website. The middle school there in hillsborough township, New Jersey. They got a library. They also have a high school library there. In this library is a book called this book is gay. And the book, among other things, shows children how to use a gay hookup app called grindr. And they actually have reviews in this book, and we've got the photographs you can see it for yourself at Todd dot com. It was found in both middle school and high school libraries and hillsborough. The book graphically details how to have gay sex using kid friendly language like blowing and bombing. Quote, this is literally what grooming children for sex looks like. Education activist Frank McCormick wrote on Twitter. We've had Frank on the program before he's been a regular guest. He posted photographs of book chapters titled the ends and outs of gay sex. Literally the ins and outs. Quote, straight people have blank sex all the time, the book notes. Straight men like stuff up there bombs just as much as gay ones. Now many of you right now are horrified. You are disgusted and you're firing off an angry email. How dare you Todd? You're a gut question. Yes, I am a good Christian. I try to be. But you need to understand what we're dealing with in the public schools.

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Tony Romo's Sound Broadcasting Advice to James Nitties

Fore The People

02:40 min | Last month

Tony Romo's Sound Broadcasting Advice to James Nitties

"Actually, that's the one thing I wanted to ask him, and I was talking about misses before I play with him. I was like, to get football, I don't want to ask him about fanboys stuff. I want to actually ask him about what he did when he got into broadcasting because he said it. He's kind of the style that I would like to be, where he's real and he shows emotion and it's not kind of automated and monotone and you know, I'm sure there's a lot of broadcasters that kind of get into the space and just settle in like everyone else. And I was like, dude, I was like, I took me about 8 holes. I didn't really, you know, I was kind of playing it low key, I didn't want it to distract him too much, but it was doing that himself. But I was like, hey man, did you get any professional help before, you know, you went into broadcasting because it's like you sitting next to the goat, you know, Nance, and he went on for about ten minutes, and the first time I didn't really get anything out of it because he is so excited about all the ins and outs and you said it like he's analytical about everything. And the way he described it, I was like, all right, okay. All right, and you know, in between, we're trying to hit 40 footers for birdie and we're trying to read putts in that and I'm like, he's like fully will pull you aside and talk to you through your face, which is what I loved about Romo. Whenever you had a conversation with him, he would really talk to you. He wasn't just like saying stuff that people want to hear. He really liked getting to it. And then I re visited and asked him the second day and the greatest advice he gave me. He's like, if you're sitting at the dinner table with a bunch of people. And you're explaining a story that happened to you that day, you want to get them engaged. Do you really want to have a little bit of emotion? You want to be too loud. You don't want to shout. But you want to describe it like you're trying to keep everyone fixed on you at the dinner table for your story and show give it a little bit of it's hard to explain about what he was saying where, you know, you don't want to be too loud and emotional and do the kind of deal that everyone gets a little overexcited and be a play by play, guy, but you also want to be engaging enough to where everyone's going to entertain. So yeah, I took that and I was like, sweet. That makes total sense. Because I feel like golf these days, the most the broadcast and I'm a rookie, you know? Like I'm getting it, but I want to have a little bit more high energy. I want to be a little different. I don't want to be just, you know, the typical broadcaster.

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Did Trump Underestimate the Swampiness of the Swamp?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:02 min | 2 months ago

Did Trump Underestimate the Swampiness of the Swamp?

"As we think about Trump's presidency, 2000 16 to 2020, I wonder, and you probably do too, did Trump underestimate the swampy Ness of the swamp. And the depth of the problem that he was dealing with. In the government. I think the answer to that is probably yes. And I think that Trump himself would admit it, the things are worse than he thought. That in fact, his presidency through a kind of light on just how bad things are. Now, one of the things that Trump realized is that it's very difficult to change government. Because of the permanent class of people that run the government. Now you may say the permanent class, what are we talking about? Well, we're actually talking about the administrative bureaucracy, the administrative state. The civil servants that populate all these agencies and all these departments. There are, by the way, hundreds of thousands of them. We have some 432 agencies. And about 3 million people work for them. Now only a tiny percentage of those people are political appointees. So here's what we're getting at. You have these agencies. They have a tremendous amount of power. Why? Because not only do they have a lot of numbers, the political appointees a few, the career people are many, but the career people are experts in those areas, the career people at the CDC are people who have been there for many years. They know the ins and outs of how it works. So some political appointee comes in and he's like, how does this place run? And they're like, let me tell you. It works like this. Works like that. You can do this. You can't do that. And so even the political appointees end up becoming not servants off, but it's kind of at the behest of the career staff who kind of run the place.

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Biden, Xi to hold talks amid new tensions over Taiwan

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Biden, Xi to hold talks amid new tensions over Taiwan

"Renewed tension over Taiwan will likely be part of president Joe Biden's coming call with Chinese president Xi Jinping A U.S. official says President Biden will talk with China's president Xi Jinping on Thursday The plan call comes amid word that House speaker Nancy Pelosi could soon visit Taiwan The Chinese government has already warned of forceful measures should Pelosi visit the self ruled island that China claims as part of its territory Last week Biden told reporters U.S. Military officials believed it was not a good idea for the speaker to travel to Taiwan at the moment The plan talked between Biden and she will be the 5th in a series of regular check ins and has been in the works for weeks Tim McGuire Washington

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Authorities in south China apologize over COVID-19 break-ins

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

Authorities in south China apologize over COVID-19 break-ins

"Authorities in southern China say sorry for breaking into the homes of people who have been taken to a quarantine hotel in the latest example of heavy handed virus prevention measures that have sparked a rare public backlash State media says 84 homes in an apartment complex in one zoo city's liwan district had been opened in an effort to find any close contacts hiding inside and to disinfect the premises According to the global times newspaper the doors were later sealed and new locks installed and now the lewand district government has apologized for what it calls oversimplified and violent behavior adding a probe has been launched and relevant people will be punished I'm Charles De

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Hells Angels Are Real Angels to Some

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:24 min | 3 months ago

Hells Angels Are Real Angels to Some

"Between me and you, I've had my run ins with the hells angels. They get a bad rap. I know a friend who credits them for keeping alive and walking straight and narrow. People need to realize as dangerous as they look. People need to realize that they also do some good in the world, which is the same thing as saying the mafia does good in the world too. We all know that we all know they steal this to that and that raises the prices here and there. I get all that. But they do some good things too, as does the health angels. With his friend of mine was a little boy, they actually were his angels because his mom was strung out on drugs. And when they came, he knew that he'd be safe and not be beat or sexually abused by her by his mother's boyfriend. These guys were all about community exorcism for those people who don't have family. But if you end up on the wrong side of them, you must have did something wrong or burnt them. And if you did, you know, they'll let you know about it. Just like chuck zito let me know about it when he knocked me out in a journalist closet at scores. But that's just the way it goes, gang. I mean, those are the codes of the

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James Goldston Plans to Make Jan. 6 Hearings 'Raw' for Journalists

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

James Goldston Plans to Make Jan. 6 Hearings 'Raw' for Journalists

"Mike Allen says the James goldston plans to make Thursday night's coverage raw enough. So that skeptical journalists will find the material fresh and chew over the disclosures in their future news coverage. He wants it to draw the eyeballs of Americans who haven't followed the ins and outs of the capitol riot investigation. Goldston's shaping a massive show for Thursday night. The hearing will be a mix of live witnesses and pre produced video. This is gonna be like a TV show on lifetime. This is what they're reduced to. They're pathetic.

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The Spears Family Legal Fees Battle Rages On

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:12 min | 6 months ago

The Spears Family Legal Fees Battle Rages On

"Quick Britney Spears update for you since I last messaged you and over the past three months, the legal fight over attorney fees has continued to rage on. Which might explain some of the anger you might have seen recently in Brittany's Instagram post. Just to keep you up to date, what's happening is her mom, Lin spears has refused to back down at every opportunity, and she's now demanding that Brittany pay her attorney fees, which are more than $660,000, no one knows this but me. No one's telling you this, but me. If you want to hear more about the ins and outs of this case and this trial this person, please go to Patreon dot com slash fame as a bitch. Where I tell you all the good stuff, there's no legal authority which says Brittany should pay these bills. The law doesn't allow shifting financial responsibility and neither should common sense if you think about it. But Lin spears and a returnees are just dragging this out. She claims she hired these attorneys not only to represent herself, but to help Britney too.

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SF Mayor Blames Rise in Crime on 'Right Wing Media'

The Larry Elder Show

01:00 min | 6 months ago

SF Mayor Blames Rise in Crime on 'Right Wing Media'

"Another denial of reality is the mayor of San Francisco. Hit which he attributes the perception that crime is rising in that city of San Francisco. You know, there's a lot of noise about what's happening in our city. You see it in the headlines, often in the right wing media. They love to talk about San Francisco, don't they? You see it on social media. You see one video, take off, as if it's telling the whole truth about who we are. I know it's challenging with all that noise to really understand what's happening. Right, wing media. This is a news report from ABC channel 7, not exactly right wing. Tourists are starting to come back to Stanford Cisco and crime in some popular tourist areas, is also now ticking up. Neighbors near San Francisco's palace of fine arts say car break ins right now, maybe worse than they've ever seen.

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Vladimir Putin Sends Assassination Squads Targeting Volodymyr Zelensky

Mark Levin

01:31 min | 7 months ago

Vladimir Putin Sends Assassination Squads Targeting Volodymyr Zelensky

"I'm reading report after report In real news sites That Putin has sent assassination squads into Ukraine obviously into Kyiv Ukraine to try and take out zelensky Zelensky's people said they've sent two teams of check ins which had been neutralized And there are others that they've sent in special assassination units from Africa That's what the media are reporting So zelensky has also indicated here his people that they have quelled and assassination attempt on him And what I'm saying is I don't believe in playing defense And this is war If Putin is trying to Destroy the head of the Ukrainian government for the purpose of enslaving the Ukrainians Then why isn't it equally acceptable and it should be for zelensky to set an hit teams in Moscow to take out Putin And in his case not for the purpose of destroying the Russian people but for the purpose of taking out the enemy of the Ukrainian people I would argue it is perfectly legitimate

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James Carafano Check-Ins From Hungary

Mark Levin

00:48 sec | 7 months ago

James Carafano Check-Ins From Hungary

"James how are you sir Hey great to be with you I'm actually in Hungary And then Budapest So I have a bad as close as you can get to the war without seeing it Well tell everybody where that is in relation to Ukraine because some people may not understand it So Hungary and Poland and Ukraine I mean these are countries that are not very far apart And so when in fact the very close to the border on the western side Yeah and so for example today there aren't any American troops in Hungary because Hungary doesn't really need them It's actually not in the line of sight But there are American troops in Poland when the Russians will look in those Americans will be four miles away from the

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How Do Demonstrations End? How Will They End in Canada?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | 7 months ago

How Do Demonstrations End? How Will They End in Canada?

"How do demonstrations end? How do movements end? So there's only three ways that demonstrations are movements and whether it be the BLM demonstrations or the Civil Rights Act, demonstrations of the civil rights demonstrations or protests around gas prices. There's only three ways that they end number one, people lose steam. They lose the will to fight. They just don't want to continue to contest for whatever it is that they're pushing for. Yeah, I'm just going to kind of go home and they disappear or they fade out. Number two, they get what they want. That's the second, of course, easiest way. They make a demand and they get what they want. The civil rights movement could probably say that that was probably one of the reasons why those demonstrations, those sit ins ended after the Civil Rights Act. But number three is the most popular way to end demonstrations. Three is the brutal way. They are crushed. The third way is exactly what is happening right now in Ottawa. Justin Trudeau has executed in real time right now as you hear my voice, he has basically infantry members with they're pretty close to tanks if you look at them. I mean, at the very least their heavily armored vehicles, I think that's fair to say, but they are almost combat ready. People on the streets of Ottawa, full military gear, ready for what seems to be a conflict. A crackdown. Trudeau has officially announced a couple days ago that the demonstrations in Ottawa will cease to exist. Ottawa

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Matthew Charles Shows Us What True Criminal Justice Reform Looks Like

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:59 min | 8 months ago

Matthew Charles Shows Us What True Criminal Justice Reform Looks Like

"Let's go back in time to a little bit Matthew because one of the things that I always enjoy doing whether I don't care who I'm interviewing is is how did you get to be the story or be the person that you are? Sort of give us a little bit of your background, how your childhood, how you came up, how you got in, you know, how you had your run ins with what eventually was your incarceration and we'll talk a little bit pieces of that as we go forward, because I think it's good for people to sort of hear where people's stories are. Okay. Well, I would definitely start off by saying that I was the furthest away from where I am today. I dysfunctional environment, my father was an alcoholic. He was verbally and physically abusive, not only to my mother, but until me and my siblings as well. And I actually joined the army once I graduated high school. I actually joined it while I was in high school. And once I was released, I was out a couple weeks, and then I went to basic training. But I had actually joined the military to escape the ballots in my own household. And then once I went into the military and then my term, to me because I didn't have a right perspective, on authority. I ended up feeling that that was too much authority, and I still didn't have my freedom. So I ended up doing my term and then being released, but once I got released, everything started to spiral down here because all the different things that I had encountered throughout my life started to expose themselves. And I started making bad decision at the bad decision and that ended up giving me a 15 year space sellers in a state of North Carolina. And I still didn't learn my lesson there. So after I finished that sentence, I did what is not acceptable, you know what I mean by his social standards, but I did what was normal for the area that I was living in. And that was so drugs. And that drug that was being sold was crack cocaine. So throughout that period of time, I just started selling crack cocaine.

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Rep. Kevin McCarthy: From Bakersfield to Washington

The Doug Collins Podcast

03:22 min | 9 months ago

Rep. Kevin McCarthy: From Bakersfield to Washington

"Know what makes Kevin Kevin. Where did you come from? Where did you get to to where you're at now? Well, you know, I'm from California, but it's not the part of California most people envision. It's a place called Bakersfield, California. And this is, if you ever read the grapes of wrath, this is the shantytown in that book. This is agriculture. It's energy, it's oil. It's we have a couple of military bases. And a couple people who are from Bakersfield, you might think of Merle Haggard, buck Owens. It's a little more Texas of California. And I grew up with a family. I was the youngest of three. My father and mother, my father worked two jobs. He was a fireman and he moved furniture on his days off. And when I got a high school, we didn't have great wealth. So I went to community college. And they instilled in me a work ethic. And I always had a job, but I remember I met this guy that owned a car dealers. He had a car dealer's license, but he ran a little convenience stores. And I'd pay him a $100 to take me to the car auctions in LA LA is like two hours away. And you had to be a dealer to go down there. And this is where it had a big fairgrounds where all the dealers would bring their trade ins. But you have to be a dealer to go. And I would go and I would buy and sell cars and I'd flip them to pay my way through college. Now, I know your attorney, I found out later it was illegal, but I didn't know why I was doing it. Thanks, statue, LeBron James probably run along. And, you know, when you're a community college on the weekends, what you do, you go get your friends who are away at college, right? So I had somebody my best friend was up at Stanford and some people have seen and had some good friends down San Diego state. So there's one Friday now I'm gonna go down to the weekend to San Diego state. So I go to the grocery store to cash a check, so I have some money for the weekend. An interesting thing happened. The day I'm there to catch a check the day before, the lottery started in California, not lotto but lottery. And so I'm cashing the check. I buy a lottery ticket and I won the lottery. The most you can win at the time is 1985, it's $5000. So you know he put yourself in my place. You're 20 years old. It's a Friday night. You just won $5000 and 85 money before the Biden inflation. And you end up like ten minutes from Tijuana, right? So I come back, I take my folks to dinner and I get my brother and sister each a hundred bucks and I take the majority rest of money and one thing you know about me I like to take risk. I put the majority rest in to one stock. And I did pretty well. I made 30% of my money in 6 weeks. And at the end of the next semester, I decided to take a break from school. I went out to try to buy a franchise, but no one would sell me one, but that didn't deter me. Another thing you learned is I never give up. So I opened up a deli. And there's three lessons I learned in all of my small businesses. You're the first to work, your last to leave in your last to be paid. And we were pretty successful. So at the end of almost two years, I now have enough money. I could pay my whole way through college and I wouldn't have to work. And as long as I went to Cal state, and nobody in my family at that moment had finished a four year degree so I sell my business, I'm going to college and I opened the newspaper and it said be a summer intern in Washington D.C. with my local congressman. Now I do not know this man, but I thought he'd be lucky to have me so I applied. And you know what he did? He turned me down. But you know at the end of the story is, I'm now elected to the seat. I could not get an internship for. Only in America

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"ins" Discussed on A Slob Comes Clean

A Slob Comes Clean

05:37 min | 10 months ago

"ins" Discussed on A Slob Comes Clean

"Right, Fred. Because I don't because I don't. I mean, and I know the term minimalist. I mean, I know I'm not ever going to be that. And I'm okay with that. But I want a more I was trying to describe myself that I was a simplified life with visual abundance. I mean, it's like I want my life to be simpler in that my home runs better so that I have time to do the things I love to do. You know, whether it be working with a certain group, organization, grandkids, whatever, and I'm not always that I need to be doing this. I need to be doing that in my home. I want to get my home in a place that I can, okay. I've done this. I've made these decisions. I know what's going to happen with XYZ, or at least for now, because obviously life situations change. But then I can move on to those things that are really, I think, and here I'm hearing myself say this, those things that are really important, you know, because to me this stuff is important, but obviously I know it's not as important as people and relationships and spending time with others. So if I can get myself to really believe that, that's what I want. Well, and the best way to get yourself to believe it is to experience it. So say, okay, I am going to give it a shot. I'm going to give just trying the first three steps of the process that don't require decisions or emotions. I'm going to give that a shot and see what happens. And then as that happens, then see, does this make my life easier? Is it taking things that we're weighing on my mind away? Is it making it easier to maintain and manage the things so that I can put time into the things I want to put into? Does that mean obviously we just everything we've been through obviously all of this the last couple of years it's like you really you really know those things that are important and the things we missed out on. I mean, we were all stuck at our home for so long and we missed that on those relationships and getting to do those things. So now we're hopefully getting that opportunity to do that again.

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"ins" Discussed on A Slob Comes Clean

A Slob Comes Clean

02:55 min | 10 months ago

"ins" Discussed on A Slob Comes Clean

"I need to see it or I'm not going to use it. Right. And then because you need to see it, you can't have as much. Exactly. Because there's just not enough spaces where it can be seen as there are packed away in boxes, but if it's packed in a way in a box, then it's just out of existence. Why do I even have it? If it's right away, and I'm not using it. Yeah, no, I love that. Okay, so talk to me about something else that has, oh, you did. You mentioned the dishes. And of course, take it there right now. I do use that quite a bit. You know, if I take it there right now, I don't have to think about it anymore. Because I was always one, you know, you make your little pile. I'll get to that. I'll go divide it all up, but if I just take it there right now, I don't have to worry about it. Yeah. I mean, it feels like it's more efficient to make the piles and not expend the energy to do that. And yet, efficiency is getting stuff done, right? I mean, I don't know. I haven't looked up the actual definition today, but if efficiency is to get stuff done, what you just said of, okay, if I do this, I go ahead and take it there now. I never have to think about it again. That's truly efficient. Which another point that you have made and I don't even remember when it was said, but whereas if I would complete a project, that is decluttering. Like, you know, if I have an unfinished project, you know that if I just go need to button sewn on, it needs to have the hymn done or whatever it is. I need to glue this piece back on if I would just do that, put it on.

'Smash and Grab,' a Product of Moral Decay

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:29 min | 10 months ago

'Smash and Grab,' a Product of Moral Decay

"The smash and grab craze happening across America. It's just another sign of moral decay. What we're seeing happening all across the country and this really started during Floyd palooza and it's continuing. Is hundreds if not thousands of criminals that go into stores, grab whatever they want and then leave. Now, of course, in San Francisco, they will not prosecute theft unless it's over a certain dollar when I think the dollar amounts like $950. But cut 50, here's a small business owner in Democrat run Oakland, California, saying he might just shut down his business because he says, I can't take this many break ins, go to cut 40. I don't know how many more incidents like this. We can take to keep our doors open. One of the owners of renegade running Victor Diaz is contemplating keeping his doors open for business in Oakland after they were most recently shattered late Sunday Night. And cut 5 a security guard was killed over the weekend. You probably didn't hear about this. As these criminals, these thugs in these vigilantes are just going in and taking whatever they want. This is happening all across the country, by the way. And what happens is a group of 30 or 40 criminals show up to a store and they just flood it and they take what they want and no one dares stop them. Play cut 5. So these gangs of smash and grab thieves raising alarms across the nation, a couple of shops getting hit over the holiday weekend in Fresno, California. It's not just California where it's going on. The organized looting now spreading other parts of the country as well. Also, when I mentioned Kevin ishida, he was a Bay Area security guard who was killed over the weekend during one of these smash and grab deals. So who benefits from this type of anarchy? Remember, that's the most important question that you can ask with any of these things. When things start to unravel and they don't make sense, you need to ask yourself the question who benefits? Well, one more piece of sound cut 9, Fox News report on a Home Depot that was looted for crowbars and mallets. Don't wear everybody. They just want the crowbars because they're going to be building swing sets. That's right. Play cut 9. A group of about 15 to 20 suspects stormed a Home Depot store in Lakewood and stole crowbars, mallets, and sledgehammers before jumping in a bunch of getaway vehicles. Some now fear what those sleeves might plan on doing with those tools. These robberies are leaving many holiday shoppers on edge.

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"ins" Discussed on Mindful Productivity Podcast

Mindful Productivity Podcast

02:57 min | 11 months ago

"ins" Discussed on Mindful Productivity Podcast

"These are all things that you can track daily and then check in with yourself during that weekly. Check it. So those are a couple ideas. And now I'm gonna break down what my weekly pulls point check in looks like and talk a little bit more about the details why do these things and some more ideas for you. So I love to do my weekly pulse point check ins on Fridays. So I have this time blocked on my calendar for 11 a.m. every single Friday. And I like to give myself a full hour of time to do this. Now if I've had a heavy leak and I really need to reflect or write some stuff out or whatever, then I'll give myself extra time. But an hour usually lets me accomplish these main basic things. So the first thing that I do and these are just some of the cozy things I do. I love and I do this for my home office, but I love to get a cup of coffee and then I put on some cozy jazz music in the background. Again, go to YouTube, search for jazz playlists, you know, morning jazz, any of that stuff. That has helped me so much. It's like the perfect little background music to my work. Sometimes that really helps me focus. And so I said on something like that in the background, have my cup of coffee, turning some twinkle lights, right? And then I start looking at my business metrics. So that's the first thing I do because it's usually the thing that I'm like, I don't really want to have to do this. But once I get going on that, I build a lot of momentum and it becomes really, really easy for me to finish out the whole check in process. So these metrics are things like sales, any failed payments that I might need to follow up on with any students..

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"ins" Discussed on Mindful Productivity Podcast

Mindful Productivity Podcast

03:58 min | 11 months ago

"ins" Discussed on Mindful Productivity Podcast

"Return on investment for how much of yourself you're pouring into your business? Those are good things to look at. Weekly pulse point check ins also give you that reflection time. And I know that reflecting or maybe journaling or some of that stuff doesn't always feel like unless you've already got a practice going, it doesn't always feel like the most important thing to do because it does take time. It can be a little bit draining and it's not always something that you see like you're not gonna make a hundred bucks from writing any journal, right? But what that reflection does do is it really, really pays you back because it's helping you see your progress and in so many different ways. Where you are emotionally and mentally in your business, but also the milestones you may have hit that weren't revenue goals that are just as important and that progress is also going to help you feel more accomplished. So we all as humans need to feel that accomplishment and that validation. We need to know that what we're doing is working to some degree. If we never see any kind of positive reinforcement, it can be hard to keep doing the thing, right? It can be hard. It can make you feel like you're failing all those things. Check ins also help you identify and create more tangible metrics for things that you might otherwise miss. For example, I love that weekly pulse mine check ins, especially when I'm doing bigger launches or creating a new course or something like that. Really help me manage our monitor rather. Things in my business that I might miss, like, how I feel during and after a launch or hey, you know, this launch, I didn't check my email every 5 minutes hoping for a sale. I actually did everything according to my launch plan. And then I just let go of the outcome and focused on going for a walk and doing things that wouldn't drive me mentally bonkers, right? So those kind of metrics that you can start beginning to track in your business are going to help you a lot and these check ins help you do that. They help you identify those things, right? They also help you identify patterns in your project management style and your energy management..

Chris Kohls AKA Mr. Reagan on Alec Baldwin's Fatal 'Rust' Shooting

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:36 min | 11 months ago

Chris Kohls AKA Mr. Reagan on Alec Baldwin's Fatal 'Rust' Shooting

"Back one on one with mister Reagan, Chris Cole's. Okay, let's move on. Unless did you want us to add something on the bowl? I just want to say that that film sets do get boring. You know, they do get boring. There's a lot of downtime. A lot of downside. You know, where they're moving cameras, you're blocking your blocking means you're just setting up where you're going to stand or where you're going to walk to in the scene as an actor. You figuring out where the lights go and all that kind of stuff. So there's a lot of downtime. Now normally stand ins are there when you're doing all the setup and the blocking and stuff, well, at least doing the lights in the camera. But there's just a lot of downtime. And so you do get bored. And I can totally imagine just goofy around with a goofing around with a gun thinking there's blanks in it. And you know, I can imagine that that scenario happened. Now they're investigating it, so they're interviewing people, but you know, he's done several films I believe where he's had to use prop guns or oh man. Yeah. So I can imagine somebody who is really accustomed to playing around with a gun on set because, you know, the downtime, your accustomed to playing around with a gun, you get a bit bored and then something like this happens when you have some live rounds in the gun. You know, you should be very, very respectful of the gun when you're when you're using it even for a movie. You know, you need to be respectful. Because even with a blank, if you shoot somebody point blank with a blanket, you can kill them. Yeah, because that's actually happened on set because of the so you gotta be careful, even if it's a blank and for them to not be careful with that, it is mind

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"ins" Discussed on ways

ways

01:47 min | 11 months ago

"ins" Discussed on ways

"Is today for the collective. All right. Forward movement. What a pretty card. Forward movement. And what I'm hearing is that none of us are ever going backwards in life. All of us are always moving forward. And sometimes you feel like you're stuck in your life. You know, things aren't changing things aren't moving in the direction that you want to go. And it feels like sometimes you're taking two steps back and not enough steps forward. But the truth is, we are a new person every single day. We are growing every day. We are renewed every day. We get to decide every single day. Who we are today and where we're going. We're allowed to change directions. We are always moving forward in our evolution in our growth. And sometimes it doesn't feel that way. And sometimes, you know, we don't get to our destination as quickly as we planned in our heads and then we can feed ourselves up, and then we feel bad and then starts the downward spiral. But we are never in the same place as we started. If you look back on your life from maybe like a year, maybe even 6 months ago. You wouldn't be able to see how much you've changed and grown. And now there's a big difference between saying like, oh, my life was better last year. I always tell people like, you know, was it better last year or was it actually just different? Because everything on this planet grows until it dies. And us humans are the exact same way. I'm sorry if that was a little morbid. But thank you for being here. If you're interested in my programs, spiritually.

It Takes More Faith to Be an Atheist Than a Christian

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:06 min | 1 year ago

It Takes More Faith to Be an Atheist Than a Christian

"I visit college campuses a lot and I'd say in Vermont, half the room were probably atheists last night. And it's fashionable. So some people would say, Eric, there is no proof that there's a God, therefore I'm an atheist. You embarked on this book to show, hold on a second. It takes, it takes more faith to be an atheist than to be a Christian. Okay, that is like the understatement of the millennium. It takes, I mean, I've heard people say that Frank Turk has said that. Trust me, once you read just what's in this book. I mean, there's way more. But it has become to my mind. If you read just this, you realize that real atheism is preposterous. And I don't just mean people don't believe in God or idiots or they're wrong. No, no, no. 50 years ago, it was tenable. It was something you could say, I've come to the conclusion, whatever. It could make sense. It could be we would say it's wrong, but 50 years ago, you could say, all right, well, you're an atheist. Today, based on this information, I would say it is not possible to be an intellectually satisfied atheist. If you want to be an agnostic, I will take my hat off to you. That's one thing. But to say that I know there's no God based on several things, I simply don't think it's possible. And I think people are going to get angry and a guy called up. I had the honor of guest hosting Charlie's radio show today, because, you know, he sleeps late. And he's young, he's a hill learn who learn. And no, but seriously, he let me guess host the show. And so a guy called up, I did call ins, and he said, I'm an atheist, whatever. And he said, you don't give any hard evidence of God. And I said, this is what happens. I think when you talk to atheist, they don't really even understand I'm not trying to be mean. But when you say hard evidence, that's exactly what is in this book. When you talk about the fine tuned

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"ins" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

The Maria Liberati Show

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"ins" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

"A guest with us so interesting. He's this is your second time. I think david ray the thank you for having me back. Well thank you so much for being here. Your book is just so bill filled with such interesting things. I was going to say it's filled with feud americana and this is david page the title of his book. He's the author of a book called feud americana. But i just want to mention. I bet you everybody will know from the uber. Show that you were creator of your creator of diners drive ins and dives you just have to know about that show so but david is gonna today. The summertime brings to mind. At least i know for me. You know i remember going through drive-thrus of embarrassingly enough. I remember drive through going through and it was just so much fun especially in summertime at any time of the year and we were going to Have david tell us us in on some really interesting history of drive-thrus david thanks so much for being here. Well thanks again for having me some starting to feel like i'm at home. Yeah exactly you know. What would you like to know about drugs. So tell us. When was the first drive through. Like what's what's up with the first drive through. I knew there had to be one. I drive through in the country. Yeah and it kind of depends on definition as with so many of these things the concept of eating in your car look best. Anyone can track it. Down is generally a thought to be the pig stand which was a barbecue chain that began in texas in nineteen twenty. One now didn't drive. Throw anything this was more like. Mel's drive in from american graffiti. You sat in your car and car. Hops came to you and they they would put that tray on the window member that sorry member. Remember from movies of play. Yeah right exactly idea. Remember yes and that that became kind of thing in drive in operators started to compete to see who could give you the coolest experience In many cases truly the waiters or wait well waitresses over very few waiters. Came came to your car on roller skates. At one point there was the sonic drive-in that Trading on america's fascination with everything modern a space program had a system where the trays will would come to you. There was a rail up above. Looks like i'm surrendering and there was kind of an arm off it in the tray would be on that arm and it will come to your car and boy this..

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"ins" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"ins" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"My son is hanging out in the office. Childcare deficit today as both Babysitters are on vacation in with my current family situation And what else are you gonna do. So i brought him to work. And he's in our office but the interesting thing is with the modern child. He's got the computer setup and he's got youtube he's got his nintendo switch and a couple of games and he's got an ipad with like netflix. So he's perfectly happy. I mean i. There's no there's no downside whatsoever from sitting in our office for four hours. And yeah. I used to worry about When my kids would come to the radio ranch any of the evil getting on them but it's so emptied out you know. Oh yeah there's nobody here. I'm going through my notes that i took while we're on vacation a bunch of different stuff Oh here's a here's an out somebody Did the math on this. Twitter is the most democratic district in the united states. If twitter were a district like a congressional district it would be by far the most solidly blue district in the united states. How interesting. It is interesting. But i came across. I took direct a lot of the national conversation to inappropriately. I took a picture of a people magazine from a week ago. On the stands share. Turn seventy five and it was picture share on their doboy and a couple of reasons. I took that picture one. What is the point of modern pictures when you can do as much editing and photo shopping and stuff like that. What's the point of even having a picture of anyone really right. Why did you might as well just have their name. I mean that's a human form that resembles somebody named share. But yeah right we got painting we gotta be like this close to a computer just generating the image of someone like instead of having. Brad pitt pose. You don't even do that. The computer just generates brad pitt. What do you want him on a boat. What do you want to wear. And then you're done. But then i was also wondering who almost wanted to stand there and wait. Who is going to buy. The who's gonna pay six ninety nine seven frigging dollars plus tax for an issue of people magazine with share. Turn seventy five on the cover. Who are you people who buys magazines. Who buys a magazine She she was their sex. Symbol still is jay 75-year-olds sherri you wanna get together sometime. Do you also this note west wing payroll near fifty million dollars highest ever west wing payroll the biden administration right. I heard that i thought okay. This is one of those biggest box office ever. They didn't just from place nope that's adjusted for inflation. Well the executive branch is more powerful than it's ever been before it practically runs everything. Obama had the previous record of forty nine point. Four million dollars but biden has outstripped that slightly democrats like bigger government may spend more money on it republicans Like smaller government in theory More often than spell spend less money on it and this. Since i can't find what i was gonna talk about. We'll talk about later. Andrew cuomo's daughter came out last week as demi sexual and i hadn't heard this term. Oh boy yes is. Youngest daughter isn't just out in proud. She specific about our new sexual orientation. She's twenty three years old and she came out on instagram last month as queer but then declared herself de my sexual this week during an appearance on during an appearance on instagram. Whatever that means demi sexual. I probably should read it. The way she probably sounds demi sexual people only feel sexually attracted to someone when they have an emotional bond as the way guessing she said it. Wow that's an odd gender. That'd be cool. I mean i like that i just. I don't believe very many people. Are that i just think young women desperately need attention and so they make declarations like this. Listen to this when i was in elementary school. She said. I feared that i was a lesbian. Feared an elementary school. Somebody else had to put these thoughts in your head. You didn't come to this on your own conclusion right. I wouldn't think so when i was in elementary school. I figured that i was a lesbian. When i was in middle school. I came out to my family and close friends as bisexual but in middle school in middle school. When i was in high school. I discovered pan sexuality and thought that's the flag for me recently learn more about de my sexuality and believed that that identity resonates with me the most. She's always dreamed of a world in which nobody will have to come out because everybody's sexuality will be assumed to be fluid. It's not really. This is the thing sweetheart. But in a world that force-feed sis gender. Heterosexuality coming out of the closet is a lifelong process of unpacking. Internalized social constructions and stigmas boy. If you have to deal with that with your daughter or son and all those going back and forth from allen and they're being incurred they're being demanded it's demanded of them to deal with this stuff in elementary school in elementary school and inventing new ones that you have to wrap your head around in completely respect because if you don't you're some sort of big strong and getty the only thing better than brandon all night for your side hustle. Is your roommate. Picking you up with mickey. D's breakfast the perfect pickup deal. Bear the deal for every morning at mcdonald's right now tastes breakfast perfection when you get a warm and savory sausage mcmuffin with egg for just two fifty price and participation may vary cannot be combined with combo meal..

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"ins" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"ins" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"Back to the national retail foundations report. Let's see the interesting part. Is they asked all their members and they have many thousands of members. Have you seen an increase in organized retail crime activity in the past twelve months at your company and only victims could answer. Thirty one percent said yes. A significant increase and forty four percent said yes. A small increase so seventy five percent of the company said they had seen an increase in organized retail crime. I mean that's a sign of something going seriously wrong in a society. Why do you think your company's seemed an increase. They asked number one answer. Relaxed law enforcement guidelines just about as many people said the shoplifting law changes limited loss prevention prevention in stores and decreased penalties and shoplifting. Loss as simple as that. I'm always amazed at the extent to which criminals are aware of changes in the law. And that sort of thing. Well they're pretty good at their jobs. I mean i think a lot of people and it's funny in accused the left of this all the time and i will stand by mostly. I think a lot of people like good hearted college educated people who swing left haven't spent enough time among actual you know rough crowds tough neighborhoods poor people the rest of the the the kids the gangs in san francisco for instance that a robbing all of the palo alto and union square and all stories stores of all of their expensive perp purses. These kids might not be terribly well. Educated maybe they didn't stay in school they don't have a college degree but they're smart. They're really smart. They're street smart. They know what environment they live and they know what the laws are. They know what the likely repercussions of what they're doing. We'll be a won't be and so they adjust their game. Accordingly stopped stopped the the the unbelievable the soft. What do they call it. The soft the racism of low expectations could assuming these kids are are stupid and downtrodden. Or don't have a chance of what they've made a choice. They see how easy it is. They're making money hand over fist. Just the naievety of of the college educated white women of america. No offense a lot of air down to earth and you're great but a lot of yarn and dudes to please. I shouldn't let dudes off the hook. You're just you're naive. You have a classroom view of fatty using gender language. Get attack you sick. People do not gendered language to to address everyone kind of breaking news tokyo. that's the capital of. Japan has just declared the corona virus a state of emergency two weeks before the start of the olympics. In that very city there goes tokyo cocoa it can. Nobody asked for that ken. The olympic still happen in a city that has just declared a state of emergency because govan starting overwhelm seems ill advised. Of course all the athletes are going to be vaccinated. Yes so well in the coaches in handlers as well theoretically right math. I don't know i can't i can't work it up for the olympics Either way to work it up for this headline but oh mentioned just because it's getting attention on twitter. Twitter might be the most misleading thing that has ever happened to human beings thanks. Twitter trump is filing a major lawsuit against twitter facebook. Google and the ceos over the censorship of american citizens saying they violated his first amendment rights. Oh that reminds me matt. Taibbi wrote a just a brilliant piece the other day Maybe i'll describe it next segment. I know we're running a little bit late. But i you know michael. I'm what i'm about to say is purely to set up the clip that we were gonna wear out today. you know. I feel bad about badmouthing america's college educated women. There is some culpability there. I guess i'll take houses hockey's on that have on that. I need to learn to not just end your sentence with the question mark. We have to have several question marks in the middle of the sentence on that is say right. I'd like to order an omelette every word every phrase three questions in one hat on that and interestingly if somebody says man it's hot today right has become bright. It's odd languages evolve. Turn but it's just yeah. It's exactly what it is. It annoys me but it's okay in other words. I'll take halves as how seize.

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"ins" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"ins" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"So usa today went big on I didn't know this. I didn't know there were these fake colleges all across the country that give degrees in massage therapy so that you can men have your credentials to go be up prostitute at a fake massage parlor. It seems like an extra layer of scandal. that's unnecessary but it exists for some reason. I'm sure you know someday when we're just doing a podcast in our in on the air. Can we do this story again. Because i've got all sorts of funny things to say. But i just i can't right but so my question was how many people in america don't know that all these massage parlors are more houses. Apparently this person didn't. I'm a woman and i'm kind of idiot that walked into massage parlours because my regular massage therapist didn't have an opening and is having horrible pain in my shoulder. I could see that you know. I could see my mom or whoever thinking. Yeah it's a place. People go to get massages. And i need a massage particularly because some are better disguised than others. I think yeah usually the tip off to me. Is your open at three o'clock in the morning. Well in your name is asian lotus. Or something. Like that right yeah. I asked for a deep tissue massage and the tiny woman behind the counter is very confused. Ultimately i was taken into a cd room. I was told the lion abed and told relax. They probably don't get a lot of women in their period right. That aren't applying for a job. I still relaxing handed to remote and told to enjoy the relax. You enjoy while weight with how you described as a nineteen sixty s quarter fed vibrating bed that you would find a cheap roadside motel. The massage i ultimately received was completely worthless absolutely worthless. I don't even have the words to describe it other than like an annoying and completely clueless guy so it was a woman. Doing this massage was lightly and repetitively lert rubbing his and back and forth across your shoulders imagining doing a fantastic job of turning you on. When nothing could be further from the truth. She couldn't get me off our table. And i couldn't wait to get out of the shop. I'm sure i'm sure they think we got somebody who thinks we're legit which we do. I don't know kinda rub them for a while and see if it's like. The mafia is running some claim. This business the front is a paint store. Yeah and somebody actually watched senses. I want you to paint my house. Eggshell and some cottage white. And i don't know. Wow that's funny crime one more on a different topic. So you're talking about people losing their smell during the coburn and all that sort of stuff we got on the text line and we're going to introduce no member of the staff alex to read the text. Now your boss thank you. We've mentioned his name a couple of times in the last couple of days. We'll do a full introduction at some point we haven't decided When or how or anything like that. But alex will read this text. My husband and i both lost our smell from covert with two babies and diapers. It was not good. When i got my smell back. We had somehow lost a dirty diaper in the house and had no idea it smelled so bad hoes alert. Yeah wow why. Don't we put the diaper. Oh my keys. It'd be easy to do or have some sort of food go horribly bad that you didn't notice or something if he couldn't smell. Oh yeah yeah well. one of the panels. The main way you ever find out your dog has put in the house. is you smell it. An aggressive sent. How often the dogs poo in your house quite often. I've had a lot of dogs while while that's unfortunate one of the examples they gave. This article is reading before was. You can't tell when milka spoils. You can't tell what food is gone bad Because it's all about the sniff test really. Yeah sure yeah in general. I don't think i care about my sense of smell that much. But i've never not had it so exactly you take it for granted. Don't you do. I think you've learned something i hope. So yeah i will smell as a substantial amount of taste too but you know. I have accused you being heart of tasting visit. Don't care that much about food variety and that sort of specialize. Let's see so theft retail theft particularly organized. Retail theft is absolutely skyrocketing in america's cities. I just came across the study from the. I think it's the national retail federation. Which will get to in a second or two but you remember. We've talked about this a couple of times that walgreens shut down all of its stores in san francisco. Seventeen stores that's right. Yeah and cvs shutdown a bunch of them as well. Well now now he says having scrolled away from it target has announced all five of its san francisco. Stores are going to close at six. Pm because crime is so rampant theft is so brazen and unpunished. They can't they can't sell anything after six. How how are people not seeing this well. Most most people who take in liberal media probably aren't hearing this but not understand that. This is a symptom of something horribly wrong. If you shop at target the now closes at six or there's no walgreens in your neighborhood anymore. Think you'd notice that you might ask around what happened to the walgreens closed because people kept stealing stuff and nobody did anything about it. Well that sucks you might say to yourself and want different out of your town. I think right right absolutely true so the national retail foundation identified the top cities affected by organized retail crime. La is number one then. Chicago miami new york into my shock. San francisco's in fifth place because property crime rates in san francisco set records regularly. I'm really interested in this rise in crime homocide steffes you know vandalism all the different sort of stuff and what's behind it and You know number of people thinking the covert made his crazy or whatever and there are some legal things that happen. We've talked about a lot. The decriminalizing crime. The you know raising the amount that qualifies as a felony and all that different stuff but i think just in general that period of time the during the george floyd riots when everybody was going and smashing windows and stealing stuff and and and cities across america just said. What are you going to do. They're mad that sent a message loud and clear to a certain segment of society that. Hey it's open season. You can do whatever you want now. Nobody cares you know. I think you're absolutely right as we often say very few things are just one thing or can be explained by just one thing there have been a number of laws in your blue parts of the country that have essentially decriminalized crime. I mean the infamous prop forty seven in san francisco. Any any theft less than nine hundred. Fifty dollars is a misdemeanor. I mean you can steal a hell of a lot of really good stuff heck in and keep it below nine hundred fifty dollars but then you're right. You got just an example of lawlessness on the tv every single night and the authorities turning a blind night after night in some cities night after night after night after night night after night. And so yeah. We're getting around hate. They don't do anything about this anymore. Nobody's going to arrest you right right. Well the videos. That have come out of san francisco including the one I think it was neiman. Marcus robbed in union square. The other day guys just running against guys running out with dozens and dozens of expensive purses. it's just the reason we bring you some of these stories. If you live in other parts of the country you've got to understand. A lot of these policies are sold because they sound good. They sound compassionate. They have really good rationale for well. People are downtrodden and they only still because they're desperate probab- but his thomas soul is put it so so well we're getting rid of what works in favor in favor of what sounds good and it doesn't work at all so getting.

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"ins" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"ins" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"So for whatever reason we're not paying attention to the border crisis most of america and it's just saw report on fox reporters there and saying it's the worst day yet in terms of people crossing the border. It's the worst day they've had yet. But we're a nation of immigrants and bridges not walls and specifically looking at story. About how much cova. They've got in the various facilities those that they do apprehend in hold. Most people. Just come in and stay in but those that they do catch bringing lack of. It doesn't affect me. Because i'm vaccinated but you'd think during the pandemic you'd want to stop that from happening but whatever you know a couple of different Thoughts based on that story number one the every other day. Incredibly heartbreaking video of some little kid abandoned by the coyotes one year old two years old wandering in the desert and your monster. You do that and so much of america. just keep saying we're a nation of immigrants. No god it's a for profit industry run by the worst people on earth and if we don't secure the border there's going to be enormous human tragedy. It's not about racism xenophobia. It's about an orderly immigration process. Stupid idiots that probably didn't know. I probably didn't bring anybody overnights. I just by calling them stupid idiot. Probably yeah. I'd probably not the other thing is. I had another thought on immigration. The kids kovin the tragedy. The cova no wasn't the couvert that's funny flooded out of my mind. Well come back to it and a little bit and we need to talk about organized retail theft and how it's exploding around the country and what retailers themselves say is behind it ain't really shocking but yet another major retail chain has made an announcement about its operations in san francisco. One of the great utopian hotbeds of decriminalizing crimes. We'll get to that in a little bit. We also got a text from a woman who went to one of those massage parlours for an actual massage and is kind of funny. I'd love to hear that. Oh now i remember what it was. Just the covert thing. A number of republican governors are begging their people to get vaccinated saying look. It's safe you need to do this. The very dangerous. We're gonna have an explosion in the fall blah blah blah because for whatever reason republicans are much much more hesitant to get vaccinated than than democrats and black men those the biggest groups of people that don't want to get the vaccination for some reason right right and it's such an interesting topic and i don't mean to offend anybody but You have your your very own governors. Just begging you bribing you trying to get you to take the damn vaccine. I took it. it's perfectly fine. I think it's great. The long haulers the people who had not gotten over it it takes weeks and weeks and weeks and a lot of people lose their sense of smell. They say about sixty percent of sufferers. Have me a vanished sense of smell now. Most people about ninety five percent of them get it back within six months although that's a pretty disconcerting time to not be able to smell her to smell things incorrectly which will explain in the second. A small small study found that four percent of the people had not regained their sense of smell eight months to a year after the infection and they mentioned this one gal who couldn't smell food burning in her kitchen so that's that's a little bit dangerous but then they have they. They mentioned a different different syndromes. That are similar the and osmania. No smell is the most common. There's also peres mia in which a whiff of perfume may instead smell like the inside of kennel. Oh hi pas. Mia where smells are perceived only faintly and fantasma phantom voters like smelling burning chicken. When you're having salad for dinner when you're trying to figure out how to nurse people back to being able to smell properly the and they're trying what they call sniff therapy where they give them smells in particular smells they like. And you take a much a little sniffs and try to recognize it and some believe if you look at a picture at the same time. It may help reestablish the connections in your brain. They have an idea neurologically. what's going on. It's a little complicated to explain in the time we have left. But it's just crazy. I'm glad this hasn't hit me man. I'd rather have no smell than false. Smell for smell would be weird. Oh you side up to your honey. And she smells like dog poo. That's no good. That doesn't help romance strong. And getty happy hour can finally live up to its name with the introduction of solictor spirited ice slick as a brand new boozy freezer pop that is crafted with elevated flavors to inspire good times. It's available in different premium. 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"ins" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"ins" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

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"ins" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"ins" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"Because i don't know anything about eighty it's a it's a rough land. It's a beleaguered land to say the least yes. Wife got hurt. Bet his own security guards are in on it almost has to be in your to assassinated on your in your own home. Yeah man. that's rough on the other side of that very same island. The dominican republic does a pretty damn good job. It's just a question of governance is haiti. Ns whole country as donald trump would call. This is the hour of their their darkest reckoning. Jack i'm not sure we need pile pylon with hurtful terms like that. But yes they are they. They may be the there toward the top of the heap of the bottom. What if you will. They are at the pinnacle of being on the bottom. Okay so usa. Today i don't remember them doing a story this long. Maybe some of their investigations into molestation by jeez pick. Us volleyball us swimming. Us gymnastics boy. Scouts they've done a lot of really good journalism on that and really long stories but this is a really long also sex related about massage parlors and in particularly massage schools. Now i have never been to one of these massage parlors. The trouble with me. Saying that is even if i had. I'd probably say. I haven't yes. But i haven't and But i am the point is i haven't been but i still know their houses all right. I don't get why we pretend they aren't. There have been two big stories in the last couple years. We're the media pretended. This isn't a drew. Remember when robert kraft. The owner of the patriots got arrested at a massage. Place in the media. Kind of pretended like that wasn't a common thing or they acted surprised at the very least and then you had that horrible story of the guy shooting those people in atlanta and nobody ever mentioned for days that he was going there to have sex with these people. It was a sex thing. He wasn't going to get a massage. Nobody mentioned that. These allnight massage parlors with neon signs in sketching neighborhoods. Were whore houses. Why do we pretend that. This isn't going on in every city in america. Is there a reason. Why don't speaking for myself. I think it's behind closed doors is consenting adults. It's not streetwalking. I just don't care but so you think it's not mentioned because people think it's okay i invite either but white white anytime it becomes a story. People act like they're legitimate massage parlors. Is there a reason for that. I don't know maybe they're confused about the difference between a massage therapy place and these is not asking the question most directly. Do you think the average person that sees those signs. It's usually next to a car dealership in a tanning place. You know a potluck car dealership and attaining place in a karate studio. Do you think the average person driving by that sees you know the massage place thinks that's where people just go to get legitimate massages. I don't know. I've known it since i was like fifteen. So that's are saying for me to imagine. Well you haven't brought it up much. Usa today has gone with a full five page story. And i don't know why these massage places feel the need to do this but apparently to stay on the right side of the law because we have talked about this for years that Every so often in most cities the police are forced by public pressure. Or something to act like they care about prostitution and they bust a whole bunch of people or it's also. I think it's kind of like doing a speed trap on the interstate once a month or so you just remind people look you gotta keep it cool to overboard. Yeah i i wonder i don't know exactly but it's definitely more complicated than we've discovered. There are prostitutes in our city. And we're going to arrest them now right and so the prostitutes get arrested in. They're all thinking what i've been doing this me and my friends been doing this for years. Why am i going to jail. And then the johns who go there are thinking what mean all. My friends have been going here for years now. I'm in the newspaper. I mean what the hell we happen to do a ride along with the charlotte north carolina police department on a night where they were doing their quarterly or annual whatever was round up prostitutes and what was remarkable about all the people sitting there waiting to get blocked or whatever it was. Just everybody's board everybody's looking like they're at the dmv to get their tags. I mean there was no angst and anguish in bitterness at how their life turned out it was like if they were greeting each other by names. The cops and say hey how you doing. I'm good jim. How is the family just so rude. And by the way if you know anything about this ins and outs of this if you pardon the expression the text line is four one five two nine five. Afdc four one five two nine five kfc but the interesting angle here. That has taken me a very long time to get to and the usa. Today is their headline a pipeline to america's sex trade question. Mark it clearly is i question. Mark i don't know why they're acting like it's an unknown but apparently in most cities in america you make them show a diploma for these women to try to stay somewhat legit or able to claim to the blue hairs in your town that hey. They're legitimate massage. I don't know why but there are these massage schools all across the country and the usa today took the time to bust 'em in You know and and let everybody know that. Hey these are places. i mean. They're not actually learning anything. These are fake certificates. He basically just pay for it then they go to one of these four houses and they have sex with clients. It's not really a massage thing. And they did have southern page article about it. They're not teaching people how to actually administer those extra services a month laws. That was going to volunteer. You know how like barbara college. You could get a pretty decent haircut for five bucks. I'm wondering if he's schools. I don't know they need somebody to work. Well if you're gonna if he's going to be a real school but what you're really going to do. It would be how to spot a cop. Sure or the other practical How the trade how to adjust to a lifestyle where you sleep all day and stay up all night how to avoid venereal diseases. Those would be all the classes they wouldn't be. You know how to give a massage but a month-long usa. Today investigation uncovered two dozen massage schools in towns large and small all across the country that are suspected of connections to prostitution or both like the illicit sex spas where the trainees sometimes end up. The schools can be hard to detect prosecute but yet these schools. And i i. Should i be happy that we have this. Extra layer of difficulty or something. Maybe i don't know but these women if you decide it's probably decided for them because a lot of cases these are people that don't speak english. This is part of how they got to the united states now. They're forced into basically sex slavery. That's part of it that you know. I really don't understand why we accept this going on. You have their cities. All across america san francisco probably more than any city in america couldn't be more about the downtrodden and women in town like san francisco has thousands of sex slaves thousands of thousands of sex slaves and nobody really talks about it. Does anything about it. Yeah imported from asia with promises of a better life than they're forced to participate but see the whoever's running this business the coyotes of the sex trade they send you to one of these schools or at least.

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"ins" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"ins" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Discovery with warnermedia. Cbs viacom teaming up and it looks like amazon. Might be running a movie studio soon well. Mgm has indicated. It would like to be bought bagging back in december. We knew you know there's probably was going to be a deal with with some entity amazon. Buying mgm obviously mgm. Has some pretty attractive franchises. A lot of you know television programming. I guess i'd it also makes amazon prime or some version of amazon prime that would be bundled into an mgm offering like this. Should this deal pan out could could be another revenue stream for amazon. But you know it's it seems inevitable right. That amazon is going to buy a studio. Whether it's mgm or another or both amazon amazon has amazon studios which nimble collective we sold to amazon. They use some of the south. We wrote for some of their animation and special effects amazon studios already which is producing a lot of television shows so it makes sense there in the market for kind of a larger professional studio and gm has been like shopping itself around though i think for like a decade. It's been a while and so it's interesting that they they they held out until the streaming world now. They're another grabbed into by on it. Makes and i was reading. I think it was ampere analysis about how legacy media can win by mining. The programming they either have or can make based on the ip own but you have to have the ability to make your streaming service the way that peacock is for nbc for for example. Mgm has tried that. They've tried that with stargate. They've tried that with a couple of other properties. And i don't think it has gone so well for them so i think they see that partnering up with somebody whether it's somebody's big as amazon or somebody else is the way to go amazon. Apparently is willing to to shell out the nine billion dollars so yeah. They never had distribution channel before so there is a disturbing story here of course about all the consolidation of of content providers until. You're actually anything that you're watching is only coming from about five or six different. Everybody's planning about having too many streaming services. Well pretty soon. You won't come from from three companies out just like the old days. Apple's phil schiller testified in the.

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"ins" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"ins" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Discovery with warnermedia. Cbs viacom teaming up and it looks like amazon. Might be running a movie studio soon well. Mgm is you know indicated it would like to be bought bagging back in december. We knew you know there's probably was going to be a deal with with some entity amazon. Buying mgm obviously mgm. Has some pretty attractive movie franchises. A lot of you know television programming. I guess i'd it also makes amazon prime or some version of amazon prime that would be bundled into an mgm offering like this. Should this deal pan out could could be another revenue stream for amazon. But you know it's it seems inevitable right. That amazon is going to buy a studio. Whether it's mgm or another or both amazon amazon has amazon studios which nimble collective we sold to amazon. They use some the south. We wrote for some of their animation and special effects amazon studios already which is producing a lot of television shows. So it makes sense there. In the market for kind of a larger professional studio and gm has been like shopping itself around though i think for like a decade. It's been a while and so it's interesting that they they they held out until the streaming world. Now they're another grabbed into by on it makes and i was reading. I think it was ampere analysis about how legacy media can win by mining. The programming they either have or can make based on the ip own but you have to have the ability to make your streaming service the way that peacock is for nbc for for example. Mgm has tried that. They've tried that with stargate. They've tried that with a couple of other properties. And i don't think it has gone so well for them so i think they see that partnering up with somebody whether it's somebody's big as amazon or somebody else is the way to go amazon. Apparently is willing to to shell out the nine billion dollars so yeah. They never had distribution channel before so there is a disturbing story here of course about all the consolidation of of content providers until. You're actually anything that you're watching is only coming from about five or six different. Everybody's planning about having too many streaming services. Well pretty soon. You won't come from from three companies out just like the old days. Apple's phil schiller testified in the.

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"ins" Discussed on In the Garden

In the Garden

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"ins" Discussed on In the Garden

"It's a huge. It almost assigned raccoon here then. They're in my backyard. I'm afraid to send a dog out to chase because they might face the dog. I know i don't let the dog out where we are multi-layer because we were sitting there and looking out the back window and there was the largest porcupine i have ever seen word. It was like the size of a good sized dog just lumbering along with all that back fat and the all the needles and stuff just sort of swaying back and forth and he must have been fairly old because he was a monster size. I've never seen pork pie that size. Well they're out there and they're put plenty of food and you know some of them don't have you know locally pret- local predators and i've seen some get get very very big if my advice if you really if you love your your kitty cat dome. Fox's and everything. We lost a cat of fisher but the So that's sort of reminds me of one of the problems. You have with a compost pile. Is you know not just the neighbor dogs and that you know that can be really bad so you keep it covered but my my son's girlfriend a got a three compost spins. They were on sale. Fifty bucks a piece and so that was a a good sale through Through one of the recycling places but anyway the point is is that we started. Fill up one of them and Yesterday when i was walking the dog i noticed that there was all dug up on the front side. You know. somebody was burrowing in. They're trying to get the food that was in there so you will find the chipmunks and squirrels mostly where where out at our place. They're the ones luebbe smaller but on several occasions we've had the bear. Come right down in the barrette just sort of knocks it over just completely knocks it over in a once in a while is completely ruined depending on how hard he hits it and you just have to chalk that up And if that's a problem i would probably change locations for a little while. Put it in a different spot. And i certainly agree with having any covered. No bears out in maui. Name live but the word has gotten out among the raccoon population there the daily buffet available. That's such an address. Yeah yeah they probably are out there. Taking a reservation also always have five o'clock the burks early and seven in the morning. So i'll let you know when we see barrett number one all my bird feeders out there and and sharing with squirrels and chipmunks haven't seen i haven't seen anything bigger than the wreck who'd that's that's good that's good now. The raccoons usually usually just a piece of duct tape to hold down. That'll do it. Some people use a break but sometimes they they can work the brick right off the top. The tape works better from my experience. Anyway i use. I use bricks on top of steel for storing the bird seed deck and fifty pound bags. I put them in a in a silver. The the old metal garb galvanized kit yet again. You is garbage candidate. You'll see those anymore dumpsters. And and and but i..

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"ins" Discussed on Dallas Grease Trap Services

Dallas Grease Trap Services

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"ins" Discussed on Dallas Grease Trap Services

"Podcast. Here on this podcast. We're going to talk about all things grease, trap related, grease Interceptor, related pumping, cleaning servicing and this will be helpful for restaurant owners property, managers facility managers. Basically, anyone that's got a grease trap. We're going to be talking about the ins-and-outs about regulations that are coming up regulations that you might not know about how to maintain your grease traps, how to clean them, how to best service them and how to really have faith straps be as as out of the way as possible, you know, as as restaurant owners, for example, you're doing a million other things. And the last thing that you want to worry about is you age Used trap, overflowing, right? So we're going to talk about ways to keep those grease traps clean to keep them flowing to keep them lasted a long time so that you don't have to replace them know. A grease. Trap can be expensive to deal with if you don't maintain it and a lot of business owners. They know they need to do it but it's one of those things that you just put off for for a while, you know, you need to but you don't really do it and if you don't do the regular maintenance on them, then they're going to cause you problems. That's where we come in as a grease trap service provider. We know the ins-and-outs. We know how to service them. How to maintain them, how to keep your lines from getting clogged. And this podcast is going to go over a number of different things for you. Business owners out there to know, understand be aware of. So that wage Hair grease, traps the last, you a long time, your services will be worth it. And valuable to you in that you won't have major disruptions or accidents or backups or issues with your grease traps down the road. Now, with coronavirus out there more and more cities and counties and inspectors are doing their inspections because why they can hit you up with violations to generate more Revenue. So you gotta watch out for that. We've seen an uptick in inspections home and more. So I mean with inspections comes the enforcement of the violations, normally you could get by with a warning or get this fixed will be back in a week to check on it. To make sure you got it fixed. If you get it fixed in the week, you're good. Now what we're seeing more and more of is inspectors are just issuing the citations of violations, right Thursday. You know what, the violation costs more than the service. So as business owners, just do it. You have to do it anyway, so why not do it right? Why not take care of in a schedule it with us and basically have an automated. All right. So in future episodes, we're going to go over the basics for four people that don't fully understand. Grease traps will go off Basics and get progressively more. More detailed and more complicated and kind of build on itself as we go. So stay tuned for the for future podcasts and thanks a lot by month..

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"ins" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

07:43 min | 2 years ago

"ins" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"So take my kids cross cool soon number on here why did you have to tell that's beautiful thank you very much and so you just open with that and say I have the answer I have the answer because he was a brutal killer Eric ins got a bad guy and killed him is there like a rap interlude or is that not part of this for you to start talking after this yeah I just talking out in song it was you know that was the thing that you could put a little brother's able to song was over now this is common okay well you know I can't do everything yeah I just I'm I'm just trying to help but you don't try to plan the life that are crying on on central powers Central Park west right now all they're all media kit right there all media kids of their own we're all going to die your singing again some people catch it for like a ring tone or something no no no no no I really don't I actually don't really know but but thank you get offered we could offer I guess if we just take the previous ones that take innocent offered for free economic dot com who do that something like that would make a good people get downloaded so may come my kids curl okay we'll soon of managers who I chew half way they just put that in your phone and then when I call you you'll know who it is I wasn't satisfied it but now I kinda in yeah it is sad it is that's being sung on every street corner in New York really right now yeah not on the east side just on the west side just the west side is so so packed we all think can I know you listening to you I know you think the same thing this was just this is like them call and we're gonna just love these missiles over and I have been hit rocks there's no question no question yeah however I think we shouldn't because there was no way for a rand to respond militarily and win right they sent a note we're not as crazy as it seems they know that they know that however this was very unlike this regime they don't do this yeah they use terrorists so I think we should prepare for a a an American asset hopefully not here but it could be you know these are the guys so the money was the guy who killed our guards the CIA station chief in the nineties and we did nothing about it but I I could see them kidnapping or killing a CI a station chief or going after one of our ambassadors we were supposed to have an ambassador on with us today and he just had to leave town now it could have been on my business but it could also be because they're on high alert they should be on high alert I think that they do this they say to the world all it's not us but we should be expecting some sort of terrorist attack against the United States and one that they can say it wasn't us if you agree with that yes absolutely absolutely you know any it's not just I mean how many things have weird Nord from Iran over the years we still we didn't retaliate for the embassy crisis we did nothing about that we didn't do anything about the the drone strike which I think I was like right the truck bombing in Saudi Arabia suicide bombings in Lebanon that ever the intelligence knows they were behind the I. E. D. is in in Iraq those are all just wondered soldiers those are all also money October detaining the detained at member the Americans think they detain together of the navy yeah they they come commandeered that little navy ship and then humiliated are sick our sailors we did nothing they've attacked American interest into Africa they've are Rastas in the Persian Gulf Hezbollah plots and and Iran is behind Hezbollah attacking the United States operatives were arrested conducting surveillance of US military law enforcement facilities member that airports in in New York City we we we caught them in the middle of that eight years ago so money was plotting and we caught him plotting to blow up the Saudi prince I think or the Saudi ambassador at the Watergate they were planning on bringing up the Watergate hotel so of course they thought they were gonna act with with impunity yep when they when they attack attacked our embassy but they miscalculated I think they understand that now they're dealing with somebody else right Donald Trump and I think you know what if he got so much he is so many people call them out you know the Persian culture he said I'm gonna get you know all all include your cultural sites well I don't know how he meant that like I'm just gonna go bomb your museums but I I think which is fine for him to say it's illegal okay we can't do that we don't want to do that that's not who we are however if he meant it and I think this is the way he probably meant it and you know what if you hide in when you're little mollusks I don't care how old it is I'm taking you out and then everybody was upset even those on the right were upset about that all he shouldn't say you should you should I I have no problem if you look at this this Bible is from Iraq and this was done by ISIS rebels and we went in to a we went into one of the churches old old nivea church historic site number yes yeah and it all of the statues all of the paintings the altar was was desecrated and all up around the walls were these bibles and they were using them as targets for shooting practice so don't tell me about your sacred sites if your in a sacred site we're gonna do everything we can to keep the site if we could use the neutron bomb to get you a Nestle in a very small way we would but we can't and so if we have to bomb your your sacred site because your hold up there and you're plotting and killing people our people from their tough Lough sacred site gone yeah and and the restriction on that is if you're doing it intentionally correct the culture right like you're going like you know you the famous blowing up the was the Buddha statues right yes when it yeah Afghan it's yeah there's no there's no value to that other than trying to destroy that culture that's what's against the law awake right so I guess a lot if if Hitler decides to put his bunker inside of a historical site you still bomb the thing is though that I do yeah absolutely that is the law yeah it's just a matter of of making sure they don't want people to do it like if al al Qaeda was given ISIS were hiding in the cathedral of Notre dom I would not want to vomit and I would do everything I would do everything that I could but if we're in a war I mean a hot war and that's where they're killing a lot of people I'm sorry Notre Dame you're gone will rebuild you and I know it won't be the same but they cannot be allowed to have a safe base human life is more important building we don't know.

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