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"illich" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast
"Can you boil it down anything. I think i would boil it down to say. Just don't give up. I mean there are many times you think to yourself as a writer. Oh why am i doing. This is so hard. And i don't feel like i'm particularly good at it but you do get better. You actually do keep getting better. And you and the one thing i've always done from the get-go is to just read a lot. You can't read enough. you simply cannot do that And i think it's important to read good literature because if you if you're not reading if you're reading just potboilers you're gonna write some respect like potboiler and that's it. I'm not saying that's a bad thing. Necessarily i'm just saying You need to be able to expand your horizons though. It's about continuing to continue to work and not give up because there have been many times. I decided i just can't do this anymore. Because i don't feel like getting aware and eventually you have breakthroughs and that's the part by keeping going. So why do you write and robert. It's like any mini writers. I think i just have a passion for it. I mean minds a swirl of ideas and characters and the important thing about writing to me is that you don't have to be riding every day okay. i can't just sit down and just right. I mean at some people can do that. That's just not me But i do feel like every day. I'm still writing even if i'm not writing a word on a piece of paper or typing into a computer. I feel that way. Because i know my mind is working. I have something in there. I'm not sure what it is. But illich it'll keep talking to me and i'm not in and i don't try to force it either because we try to force it then it's just not gonna work now. I might start reading something. Because i have some idea about something Where i might read a short story or a might read a novel that i think You've got to have some interest in what i'm thinking about but again every day i think is a day in which you're still riding whether you're riding on the paper or not. Do you think your career cy. Social worker gives you some insight into you know how how different people feel To helps you improve characters. Yes i absolutely do Because i have written many a story that was somewhat based on some people that i've worked with It's not exactly what the circumstances were but I've seen different parts of life. That way I i've seen. I've been in homes. Were people were extremely wealthy. I've also been in many many homes where people would be amazed how some folks live In it's sad to see that that that it's that way But one thing. I've always found about being in social work. And this is the important part. I think how it connects to my writing. Is that They're all human. They are all in my mind. Still people with strengths and weaknesses. And you have to have compassion. Not only for them as a social worker but you have to have compassion for your characters. I just don't think it works with if you don't have compassion for your characters point and listeners. This great book is breaks delays upon the find out more about in our show notes and the links for robert there to at charlotte. Podcast dot com. Check that out to rob. This has been a very enjoyable interview with me. I really appreciate you taking the time to Come on charlotte podcast and talk about your work. Thank your land is for having me on appreciate it. That's it for today. Another found author giving voice to the written words. You can subscribe to this podcast for free at apple podcast. Stitcher spotify heart radio. Most any podcast platform. You like to listen to your podcast. If you like what we're doing. Please consider leaving a short written review on apple podcasts or the podcast platform of your choice because when you do our authors voices travel much farther and wider in podcast land and if you're inclined to help us co authors give voice to the written words and you'd like some member only content cultivated by authors and thanks. Please consider becoming a member supporter. You can find out how to become a member supporter and more about today's show and all previous episodes at charlotte readers. Podcast dot com. Thank you for listening. We really appreciate it. I'm landis wait for charlotte readers podcast charlotte readers. Podcast is a member of the twin city. Podcast network powered by ortho carolina for more information. Go to queen city. Podcast network dot com..
"illich" Discussed on Sleep With Me
"Support your community and then the podcast Like i don't want it to be a part of a service. I wanted to be there. A service it's free for anybody and it comes out twice a week so the sponsors and the village words shore ones enable us to do that. So that's that part is show. Then there's an intro that eventually get started in the never goes aware in some people like to get off put by structure. They also don't like to the intro. At first i say that because eventually you don't have to like the intro but give it a few tries before you say. What is this nonsense. And i say oh boy. Is it nonsense in the intro. Runs from like manina six or eight minutes of the show till about twenty minutes into the show in. It's a you know me attempting to tell you what to podcast is but really. It's also giving you time to get comfortable to get into bed or to start to unwind or to get ready for bed or to do some other chil evening activity. She gets some distance from the daytime. And you start to get into that relaxed mode like lowering slowly lowering the volume on the day. Churning it down a little bit at a time or like. I'm turning it down slowly in your ear. Just chilling there in bed. Or you're chilling on your chair or your patting your pets. Whatever it is you know. Foam rolling not foam rolling. Haven't filed through on a month or two. But i'll get back to it one day foam rolling. I'll be back one day. So that's why the intro goes on and on and on now you can skip it to or three percent of listeners. Start to show at twenty twenty five minutes A few thousand people pay on patriot. Listen story only episodes. So those are ways Illich those are other ways to use the show but for most listeners i. It's a part of their bedtime routine or some people. It's part of their daytime routine. You know to get a little break during the day. So that's the intro than between the intro in that episode is business again. Want to show to come out choice a week for free in. That's what makes possible. Then there's our episode tonight it'll be a real time recipe episode celebrating around two thousand episodes of pizza. Three ways though. Now that i'm thinking about it. I don't even remember egg. I can't even remember if we guys two pizzas made and done but You know that's a. I may have fallen. This may be the first episode. I fell asleep or into a fugu state while recording. It's because they recorded it yesterday. I said wait a second..
"illich" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo
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"illich" Discussed on The Power Trip After Party
"Wow that's their crammed. Illich gram of waffles. Shit cream on your seal off right. What's the guy's name who got that shot. What was players name. Jay lin wyman or twin. Is that right. yeah. I think so. He was the c six round pick. Yeah they cut him And they made wave with It's too bad. They may so then they could bring dede westbrook. Well do i mean honestly no offense but then don't get shot four times right. Did you see the matrix. Slow down get out away all right once now. Maybe you can come into vegas. Go to get some shit waffles. maybe can. I can't believe they cut him already. But you're right. They had to make room right in the last month. He's been shot and cut but if he clears waivers though or they'll put them on the practice squad let's see texas man broke several commandments last week after he said his family's home on fire and killed his brother cheese. What he look like seventy that would do that. He looks like the lead singer of trampled by turtles. Dave shit philip. Daniel mills was pissed because his family wouldn't follow the bible. Oh no house on fire and killed. His brother almost killed his mom but not quite we. What yep if. I could just say one thing about what is a podcast. Go ahead man. Get her done. At least six people are dead and multiple injured after a sand. Storm kicked up enough dust to obscure vision and cause a twenty car pileup on a highway series of great song. What storm but the rude i. I don't know anything about it quickly. Can we go back to the the story we talked about on the show about the guy that was calling up libraries and having them read shit to them and beat off right. Like you're into old people..
"illich" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Illich on Bloomberg radio after the real yield That's true. You might lead up my warmup act again this Friday. So we're doing that again went really well. I heard the ratings were a little bit better. So I appreciate that. You come back again on Friday. I talked the worst of the game yesterday said never again on. I'm flaming. Let's get to the price action this morning. Futures are up a little bit about five points on the S and P 500. We advance about 1/10 of 1%, but I think it wants story talking to a lot of you out there this morning. Financial markets. Cross asset worldwide stories in the effects market so pronounced on a strength. It's broad basis through G 10. But what gets your attention is euro dollar. It is a clean break of 1, 21, 1984 and Tom, You mentioned it a couple of days ago that already one of the big cause for 21 On February 4th. It's breaking down early on in the year. Now I'm not saying this is going to be the move for the rest of the year just cracks in a consensus trade Quite early on in 21. Well, the blended Yeah, The Bloomberg Dollar index, which has got Maurey am feeling it looks differently than the larger DX. Why, But again, these air force standard deviation wrong moves from In case of D X Y from a huge negative too all the way up to the Senate tendency to a positive to these air. Wrong, wrong moves for the weak dollar crew. It's not gonna thought exchange the Bank of England doing what you will sing to love and I've learned to love over the last six months. Still talking about negative rates. Why don't know they will work on a tiered system in case race back to zero. They do not intend to send a signal that negative rates are coming. I think Sterling gets it. Cable 1 36 46 unchanged on the session. Sterling's been stronger against the euro was well, I think sterling gets it because most people are looking at the rollout of vaccinations in the UK and sank. We don't think the UK or the bank giving that will need to be. Oh, explain the culture here because we would never get those headlines out of the American Central Bank. Why are they serve Silver boasts about this? I think that talking it up to him because they find the idea of talking. Get up to be stimulative. I don't know if anyone actually believes that negative rates will work outside the big or yes to be for that. I just learned banters of Williamsburg is closed today. We can't watch Chelsea tots. I'm knighted banters week until on my phone, You know? What are you looking at? During the show talking on my phone? I might figure it out three this afternoon. Not the show. Can't explain about negative freight. Some paint. They haven't locked into the terminal. From New York..
"illich" Discussed on The Alchemical Mind
"Read it. I've always been a fan of Carl Sagan. I don't I. Don't agree of course with a lot of Carl Sagan's views but I do think he was a smart guy who had some good things to say and just because he's a deeply materialistic physical world based person does not mean that the things that he believes in. In the methodology he uses is not something that can be used if you're more of a spiritual person think that's that's part of the problem that we fall into and we feel like because we're trying to achieve more and look inside that. We can't look to people that purely live on the facts of what they see and observe who of the scientific method and others. That's a fallacy. Don't let anyone tell. You that it's bullshit member there are no right or wrong way to look at things and the only way fee to make a more informed decision is to have more and more knowledge and that doesn't mean cherry-picking to only be knowledge that you agree with that doesn't mean if you if you're a Christian you only read. Christian books you only read the Bible if you're a Muslim, you only read the Koran. and. This is especially important with Muslims because it fits not in the Koran it doesn't exists basically for a lot of Muslims at least fundamentalist Muslims. True of Jews and Buddhists Manichean 's of whatever you are doesn't matter. Pick pick something I just just cherry picking major world religions because that's easier if you WANNA. Pick something smaller like. Te'o or Should rikio whatever whatever it is. You believe in you can't just stick with that. We're going to do a series on and cult mentality as part of this whole series of narcissism in as part of the series on learning what the truth is and how to determine the truth and how to determine what is just complete bullshit because you can't find that you can't find. This is not some like weird esoteric mysterious magical thing gotta remember. The mysteries are just information hidden encoded in deep symbolic language. But it's information we can use on an everyday basis. We forget that because we focus so much on mystical experience and yes, the mystical experience is important. It teaches you ally teaches me a lot. I've talked about it. I've done at the two episodes, two hour and a half two hour long episodes on just that on to my own personal mystical experiences. If you want to go to those, you can find them. It's. The Meditation Retreat episode in which I went into the woods for several days had a great time learned a lot about myself in the world and then the second Illich trip report episode that was I think we've immediately after that of course, missile experience is important but. But. We are still living in this world and whatever your view of the world is is irrelevant. You still need to live in whether you think it's a purely physical materialistic thing or you feel like it's a purely spiritual thing or you feel like it, some demi urge creating some illusion or whatever creating an illusion. Are You yourself grading disillusion or a computer simulation creating this illusion or being one of multiple universes? It's all the relevant. Relevant. These are all simply concepts of imagination. They are not reality always remember that whatever your worldview is how the world is key to why is he here wait exists irrelevant machination. It's another topic that I kind of hinted at a little bit going to dive into that fairly soon it's all imagination..
"illich" Discussed on GOOD PODS DON'T HAVE LONG NAMES
"PAN sexual means it does not matter what you identify as what bits you got. What your body looks like slow does not mean gay means Weird queers queer all see that's gay and that's why I didn't understand the PAN sexual part because gays not I. Don't know if it's Pan Sexual means you you'd it does not matter what you look like at all does no matter what's in between your legs what your face looks like where you have hair what your voice sounds like nothing at all you're just attracted to she's writing pretty big. That's bizarre because I know you're a fucking idiot. I I'm I'm you know I? I don't care what she says you're right I don't care what I'm saying is you're saying it doesn't matter what you look like that's false because it matters what everybody looks like. I think people that are paying sexually attracted Illich intelligence, but you're not getting with an. I'm Fam- Dom Fun. Your practice. DMC A don't use my image we don't use anybody's image. We don't do any video recording its audio. See you're fine. Thumbs up. So, was I correct in my definition of Pan Sexual by the way? If, you've been listening just give me a thumbs.
"illich" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"illich" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"In fact on Tuesday night last Tuesday night after the vote, the only reason I was relieved because no one's through anything even though they threatened to do so online, and again, what you say is deemed, hate speech, what they're saying to you is acceptable because they're battling the bad guy. I mean that's with their, their drones. I mean when you've got forty one percent that's disturbing because they're not right. It should be zero percent. But, but the fact that it's forty one percent that tells me there being educated incorrectly, being indoctrinated indoctrinated incorrectly, and they don't understand the first amendment at all the first amendment. And you know, this, you're smart guy, the first amendment was put there because we didn't want King, George Washington, who, by the way. So don't call me a king. They didn't want him to be able to say Bret said something I find hateful. Jalen Brett said something I find hateful take away his rights. It's actually there to protect take speeches it. Not exactly. I mean, hate speech and controversial speech speech for minority groups should be the most protected because most likely to be trampled by the tyranny of the majority as we try to see on campus in, if you allow for your speech to be suppressed in that way by saying that, hey, my priorities don't matter my values don't matter because I'm just gonna get shut down. I'm just going to get voted down. Then craven allowances like those they allow the tyranny of the majority of getting better footing on campus. Which is interesting is cabinet went out and he did something on campus. And I forget where he went you. Sure. But he went out there with his with his camera and microphone and he said, you know, yesterday about the level of hate speech, whether the first amendment covers somebody saying things that you're uncomfortable with or something you're out. You're offended by it. Obviously, it does cover that. And so many people say, well, maybe you have to be a jerk about it. Well, let's call somebody a jerk and you can disagree with the speech but again to, to squash this. Speech is leading us toward being Cuba, or China. Absolutely. And I think that forty one percent of the people who were students who said that they don't think hate speech should be protected would actually acting in good faith. But I can't say that all of them were. Yeah, I believe it is, again, going follow him on Twitter from campus reform dot org. It's Brett barberie at B C N on, on Twitter, we appreciate you taking the time. One last one dozens of Confucius institutes still operate across the US didn't get a chance to read the article, I'm assuming this is China having an influence here. Absolutely. So this was a recent story from the leadership institute, campus, perform do a lot of great stories as you've been referencing about ongoing on campus and ways in which student government is misusing fees or higher. Ed is really misaligned the next generation throughout indoctrination, and so Confucius institute, which we actually kicked off campus and the university of Chicago in about five years ago is a way in which the communist party of China can actually influence the, the, the what you're taking classes Chinese classes, or they can monitor students who are Chinese students to Wayne, which the party can extend its reach into America, and I speak Chinese for nine years in China several times. And so I definitely know the full breadth of the Chinese party how oppressive it can be. China myself, and it is incredibly impressive. And they also we adopted our daughter. They're well they're they show you what they want you to see they take you away from the smog-ridden neighborhoods. They take away from the slums in the fact that you can't drink the water and they present a very different picture. But I'm really concerned that the curriculum our agenda is being set by somebody in China, somebody who has a very different world view. How is this allowed? Why, why are they still here at all is because of the money and the influence that the Chinese government is able to provide different schools, who are willing to bend the knee in order to take in some of those funds, but hopefully they're not spending on an abortion. Absolutely right. Bret. I appreciate the work that you do. I'm sorry, that you're getting the threats keep on with that firm backbone that you have in stay. Stay strong Illich when you're dealing in fact, eventually people will come around and I love that you doing one on one interactions, because people will listen to in that form and fashion Brett bargain from campus reform dot org. Gogo everyday like I do follow him at. Be I n on Twitter breath. Thanks a million. Thanks for having me on our back after this on the Joe pags show. Stay right here. Joepags? 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"illich" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"You an extra five northbound four seventy one. That's slows north of Grantham, seeing some heavier traffic westbound to seventy five between woodland and Montgomery. Chuck Ingram NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w. Forecast. We have a slight chance of morning shower. Because it says that, but there's nothing on the radar for now. So it's sunny day for the most part with a high eighty six tonight, partly cloudy, slight chance of showers again, sixty eight scattered rain and storms tomorrow. Sounds a pretty wet day, looking at Eighty-three for Wednesday the chance of more showers storms Thursday, the high then is eighty and right now it's seventy two and muggy. Seven hundred wwl sports. Here's a reds abate Jose Iglesias belts. His first career grand slam off Mitch Keller the right handers major league debut, the reds down the pirates eight to one for a split of their day-night. Doubleheader at great American ballpark. Iglesias is Homer was part of the reds, six run first inning outburst. I mean every every time you get socially, I mean, the hurt right house. A you bet I was able to put a good screen on and and put the team in the best position to win a game. Pittsburgh came away with a game one victory eight to five going ahead to stay when Brian Reynolds, hit a tiebreaking, two run triple in the pirates, four-run eighth inning reliever David Hernandez. Has had a bad outing. F- Illich ahead Reynolds. Struck out. Didn't give the call. Later. It's a double. Just tough breaks. Yeah. Hopefully, we'll start going my way reds pirates continue their series. Tonight, Jordan Lyles goes up against Lucas SIMS lyles's five and one for the pirates this season SIMS is being recalled from triple a Louisville to make the start tonight. Seven hundred WW's coverage begins at five forty with a mulch America insight pitch. Kelsey Chevrolet extra inning show after the game college baseball. Hey champion Cincinnati Bearcats are headed to the NCWA regionals Bearcats played defending national champion, Oregon state in Corvallis regional on Friday night at resear- stadium. College basketball university of Cincinnati star guard, Jared Cumberland is returning to the Bearcats program for his senior year. NHL Boston defeats St Louis last night, four to two and game one of the Stanley Cup finals game two tomorrow night. Once again, in Boston Bill Denison, seven hundred w w sports. He's the aviation report with Jay Ratliff sponsored by the Christ hospital physicians inches destination for joint and spine on seven hundred wwl doubt. All right. Jay Ratliff stands by and Jay, we had an issue, what we Hawaiian airlines had the problem of who here where I guess, in instead of getting you're using your air, miles at charged.
"illich" Discussed on KMJ NOW
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"illich" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Zac Kelvin for Scotty ferrall right here on CBS sports radio. Ferrall on the bench. It is a pleasure right now to talk to the legendary CBS play by play man, if there's a sport, and it's on CBS's calling it whether it's a Super Bowl the masters coming up in April, and then the NC double a tremendous March madness is right around the corner. And that's the legendary Jim Nance is kind enough to give us a few minutes on CBS sports radio. Jim great to talk to you as always at. How are you? Zack. And it's always good to be on with you. And then I'm really proud of what you've done with your career. So it's fun going back with like we used to back in your college days. So let's do it. Well, let's actually started off in college. And I do appreciate the kind words. I was thinking about you a few weeks ago. It's been a fun time to be a Houston Cougars fan, your alma mater with Dana Alderson going there to join the football program, but Kelvin Sampson's done some job as the head coach of the Houston Cougars only one loss on the year. And I was actually at the only game they lost that could be a bad luck charm because my temple owls had a nice little victory. So probably a good time to be a Houston Cougars fan like yourself, Jim. Yes, it has more than a fan. I love the program. I'm very involved in Houston athletics. Proud to be as as a Letterman. We're enjoying some really good times our football program. I think it's going to be tremendous under Dana and Kelvin. What he's done with the basketball team. I mean, we are we really relevant right now and the loss to your temple house. You didn't mention Zack. Controversial at the end. We thought we tied at the buzzer. And they waved off the basket and call the charge. So that's the only loss of the year. We did get a little revenge data Houston, but we like the temple house. We love your coach. And we want you guys in the tournament Houston right now. We're probably on the three line as a three seat who knows, but I'm really excited about and they had a few beers my system for that game. And I may have heckled coach Sampson is I was sitting right behind him Allen. The call didn't go that way. He did drop to the floor in disbelief as we're talking to Jim Nance right now on CBS sports radio. College basketball. There's so many good stories this year and you'll documentum throughout the NC double A tournament on CBS. But the biggest one has been this Duke basketball team down twenty three the other night in Louisville. And it didn't matter. It's gonna be a tough out if you're gonna be coach K and that's squad. Come march. Yeah. They got a lot of things going for him sack. It it it looks like team that that you definitely don't wanna see them in your bracket. Can pretty much bigger. They're gonna go to Columbia, South Carolina, the first week of the chart of it that onto Washington, I would think for the regional. And of course, if they make it to the final four they're going to go back to a city and Minneapolis where the last two times the final four is been held their nineteen ninety two and two thousand one Duke won the championships. So there's a lot of karma. There's a lot of talent a lot of things that are looking good right now for for two. But you know, that little crazy thing called March madness, man, we never know. That's what makes it so special. No doubt about that. Let me transition into golf the big names right now, obviously, Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods. Phil did win last weekend in Pebble Beach and then with tiger. What a year it was last year. And it was nice to get him back in the majors and competing at a very high level. Like, we're used to Tiger Woods, but for them at their stage of the career, you know, it's about winning majors. Alaska, maybe a channel your inner at Tony Romo. Make a clairvoyant prediction. This filler tiger get a major victory here in the year of two thousand nineteen. Well, it's hard to do. It's hard to be remote. Domino's. I think that I filled it last week at Pebble Beach. It's remarkable. He's gonna be forty nine in about four months. You just don't compete at this level, very often. Do you see players winning? I'll like he did a year ago with a world golf championship event at Mexico like he did against the very strong field last week at Pebble Beach, and listen this is not a bandwagon pick. I was the first guy out there with it about three weeks ago. I was in Orlando at the PGA show morning drive on golf channel. And I made the prediction people outrageous that Phil what's gonna win at Pebble Beach this year, the US open, I didn't say AT and T. I said the US open because there are a lot of factors there. One of which is he plays. The course exceptional to their family history there and three I just believe that somehow these stories sometimes right themselves the final day of US open. This summer will be on his birthday on his forty ninth birthday. It would close out the career grand slam if he wins that he's been second six times in the book, and I'm gonna stand by a lot of people now onto that saying all gonna win the US open. I said a month ago. I will stay there and be extra Domino's now on the on the Tiger Woods. I think tiger special Illich. He can win any. But I I see him I had to pick a place. I see him at the PGA championship at Bethpage in. May. He wanted US open there in two thousand two hates game seemed to start really peaking last year when we got through the spring entering the summer. And I think the timing is about right the courses, right? And obviously tiger has great history at Augusta and at Pebble Beach were Iran away from the field that the two thousand US open, but I'm taking the US open. I'm taking tiger at the PGA few weeks ago. You had the Super Bowl patriots. And the Rams Brady and check get their six as we're talking to Jim Nance on CBS sports radio right now, Zac Galvin for Scotty Barral and that Super Bowl. It was a big time defensive battle. Patriots ended up prevailing Brady ballot. Check they get their sex. You have little check redemption from year ago, and then some questions around the vein girly when you had two weeks now to digest the Super Bowl. What are the thoughts? What are the react? Come back from that game. I still can't believe that the game played out the way that it did. When was the last time you saw a game with one snap in the red cell for the entire game. A two yard touchdown run by Sony. Michelle was the only snap inside the twenty for the entire game. It's impossible. But it's a testament to the game plan. That fella check put together. I don't want to shortchange Brian Flora's at all he calls the singles better. Everybody knows Bill was the coordinator. And I was at practice in Atlanta that week, and I watched about on SEO and to me this was his masterpiece of all the mini things. He's done this to shut down the Rams the way. He did. That was Bella check at his best. I'm still I'm still just in August. How they did it. I I can't believe it. The ramps often never got the engines going. I don't know what happened with Todd Gurley. I think this was a different deal Zach for him than it was in the NFC championship game. But were basically he was benched because he has some focus issues early in the game drop pass off his finger. The Rams never got in the rhythm. Girly got ten carries. But they never peeled off the series moving change. You know, they were having three four five play drives a punt. And it's just it's astonishing that in the modern age of football where everything is built around high-scoring favoring the offense. And all that you gotta have a game that was three three in the fourth quarter, mind-blowing unbelievable. No question about that. And certainly not the way that I wanted the game to play out. I would have expected more scoring I in the football game too. Weeks ago in Atlanta's we're talking to Jim Nance from CBS Gelb in for ferrall right here on CBS sports radio. Jim this is a really fun conversation. So far starting it off with little NC double a hoops and talking a little tiger fill and now just touch it on the Super Bowl. I'm actually up against the break. And I want to talk a little bit more football with you when we come back. So let me put you on hold them. We'll come on back with Jim Nance from CBS, and we'll delve into some more topics on the other side of the break that have to deal with Joe flacco AB and so much more. He's gymnast Zach yelp here with you on CBS sports radio. We'll take a out and come back with the legendary CBS play by play man, right? After these short messages..
"illich" Discussed on KOMO
"There are now. Fifty confirmed cases of measles in Washington state and more than a hundred other people are being monitored Clark county public health director, Dr Allen Melnik says a lack of axon Asians is to blame areas and schools have been Clark county where we have large numbers of unvaccinated April. All you have to do is introduce me into that community and become you know, we're seeing what we're seeing officials have also notified patients zero someone from outside the country with measles who came into contact with a large group of unvaccinated children charges have been thrown out in the San Juan county case after it was revealed. A county sheriff was using a corporate security camera to zoom in on defense notes in the jurors notebook the Seattle times reports judge reviewed video from the surveillance camera in dismissed misdemeanor assault and trespass charges against Lopez island man found the incident amounted to government misconduct that had violated demands rights to a fair trial. San Juan county sheriff fron cribs, no sworn declaration says he inadvertently manipulated the camera in the district courtroom in such a way that it's zoomed in on one or more locations in the courtroom also insists he didn't read or pass on anything. He may have seen the schools all across the region cancelled or delayed classes today because of the snow and ice. Komo's Keith Eldridge went to Bonney lake where they've announced they'll be starting two hours late on Wednesday school was canceled for a second day. But it's fun as wintertime activity is it's going to push into summertime vacation Sundarban Illich district does not have any built-in snowflakes. And so now the end of school is already extended to Monday June twenty four school in the summertime. Yeah. May have to pay for with a snow day today. Very little worried about having to go to school in summertime, but..
"illich" Discussed on The Site Shed
"Dodi you forward slash content. Filling the form and one of representatives. You'll come back to you. Before we jump into some of the the frameworks behind the the one marketing plan itself, I noticed it was one of the common objections, although the Jetsons, but a lot of conversations that pop up the group are often related to fry send charging. But in question say this I can't if short on it stood out in the book where you were saying how Tempus energy customers would willingly. Heightened Tom's more. One percent was the likely to buy a hundred times more. Yes. And off while it's it's so true. So often think we we taught cost a custom up by stall. How what we think is right? When it starts off from the truth. Yes. Yes. Indeed enemy. It's not just about like if you've given me no reason to why you'll more expensive than the other guy. Then of course, it's gonna default proc- knife. I say guy number one gave me this price guy. Number two, give me that price. And I have no other way of differentiating the two that's what it's gonna default. But if you've given me a good reason why this is a high price. We we is better quality products at people a well trained week follow this particular prices. We have guarantees implies all of that sort of thing. Then then it becomes an apples to. Oranges comparison, you know, it becomes a choice. Do I wanna take a risk with the guy who's cheaper or do? I want to go with the guy who's really got his stuff together. And gives me a lot more confidence and has explained to me why he's actually more expensive than than mice must've these other competitors. One of the big topics that that relates to refer for our out. There is a lot of the Gausden project as workload builders guys. Like that. They they spend a lot of time as you can imagine you're having a house built. So you I'm sure you would definitely appreciate the amount of time that goes in to preparing and sending out a proposal is ridiculous for build on life of one of my clients who says some some of the bigger projects he does it with like three is quote job. Yes. Now, why should I not be getting paid for that for that time? And that's a big thing that the mind like guys wanna get paid for the time. They spent on this proposal, but lock you just said the. Reality is if you're trying to compete Illich, if you're gonna go out there, and I will wait charge for proposal the next free that you don't really differentiating yourself at all from them. So one of the big revelations that is not into, you know, pool together, and it's not into frame up is if I can damn peach these proposal building as I products are instead of it's it's a proposal, but it's more a job analysis. It's like we'll break down everything for you will give you the Bill of quantities, we timeframes give you all this kind of stuff. We put it get him in surviving document. It's gonna cost you three thousand bucks. If you decide to go ahead with us with duct from the cost of the project. However, if we don't then you've got something that you can go and give her the next contractor confront Sophie because that's what was happening. Anyway, the customers basically build parole this work into providing this amazing report, the call clients get this gives the builder who's quoted on the job in saving beta two thousand bucks..
"illich" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"As a very sad situation that was the richest state in all of that area. That's a big beautiful area. And by far the richest and now it's one of the poorest places in the world. That's what socialism gets you. They want to raise your taxes to seventy percent. You know, it's interesting. I've been watching our opponents future opponents talking about seventy percent number. What they can't do it to seventy percent. It's got to be probably twice that number. But maybe more importantly, what happens is really have to study and take a look at what's happened to Venezuela. It is a very very sad situation. So we have our very closely in Venezuela. We're talking with Ivan Illich senior fellow at the end dependent institute is President Trump spoke about Venezuela to reporters this past day. We have a call from David in Creston, Iowa of the Jim Bohannon show. Good evening, David. They could do. And pretend you're real jumping tells me. This is a bad idea is hurt. Underway. You know, I kinda at one time I kind of disagree with. Kind of doing this show flip type thing. Liberal countries are going to get banning to this. If if we try to write them off or get involved with them because they're like, you said they're China out there, and they're just like little dogs getting ready to jump in there. In fact, it it could completely collapses, which of course, would be the idea of whatever we do economically diplomatically, or whatever is to prevent that opportunity. Well, I think what's worth this these people indoors. The the option to. I replacing you know, right away. I mean, these people were going to make their own laws and their economy, they'd they'd love to make their own laws. Unfortunately, they have a regime which is not that interested in allowing them to do. So. Well, I don't like, okay. Federal together. So. Birds of a feather is necessarily. What's that volunteered? I'm not sure that we're we're mingling with them. Although certainly we do have interests in the country lot of trade. I guess I haven't really goes back and forth between the two right? Well, there's been last trade because we have we have sanctions on them and also their oil production as much. Yeah. I mean, it's still quite a bit. Not as much as there was right? We did we get we do get oil from them because it's just simply closer to the Middle East, and that sort of thing, and certainly that that pool of oil. We our economy in the future could certainly use it. But the problem is you know, when you have any sort of instability. Oil requires an infrastructure to produce and to share and that sort of thing and that sort of interrupted whenever you have a sore. This sort of thing that we also have put sanctions on them on them. And so we haven't been getting along with them ever since Chavis took over. You know, a while back, and of course, now, we're on the second generation of this socialist regime, so you know, our traders lasted less than we used to. But we we do still trade with them, and they are an economics actor in the region, although fire less prosperous than they used to be because of this because of the regime, but the question is, well, what do you do about that? The problem is if we get too involved there, it's going support indirectly support the regime because of course, the regime still has a lot of supporters, and whenever you whenever a country is under attack. No matter whether it's economically militarily, or you know, SEI a covert action, if that's exposed, and of course, there's an external threat, and of course, like casper use that for a long time to to stay in power in Cuba wasn't his only factor. Kept it in power. But it's one of them. Military secret police contributed a lot to that also. But yes, yeah. Yes. And actually he was able to blame a lot of the stuff of a lot of his own failed economic policies on the United States are sanctions, and you know, attempts to assassinate undermine whatever anybody's talking about assassinating anybody or probably military action. We're talking diplomatically and economically. In all likelihood Trump has threatened to use the military. But it's probably I probably not going to happen because I think it would be too difficult. And so I think I hope he keeps it to that. Because. On the table. I mean, he he sidestepped that. I would do that highly unlikely myself, but he we're at some summit. He said that you know, he said we had a military option. He brought that up out of nowhere. So she has made comments to the house. We're overdue for a break that's gonna move so back in a minute. The only state pie. This is Harbin after.
"illich" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast
"We're kicking off our second year of breaking beauty. I love it now. And we have an incredible founder that we're talking to today, and I think right behind glossy. This was our most requested interview. Definitely this is by popular demand. Sure today, we're talking to Brandon true acts the founder of Desi 'em, which is known as the abnormal beauty company. That's their tagline. So this Toronto based brand it early success in the UK. It's a bigger umbrella. There's eleven brands under Desi 'em. So there's Highland. My there is kneeled there is hin chemistry. Most notoriously perhaps the ordinary which launched just in twenty sixteen. Yeah. And there are three more lines in the work. So basically, the this brand Desi, I'm makes no sense. It is one parent brand that has like all of these spin off. That do different things and some of them overlap in Brandon's mind. He can bury clearly tell you the difference between high lemonade and Nehad and the ordinary to me. I'm just like my eyes are crossed. But it doesn't matter. What I think because it is popping off. That's for sure before we go any further. I just want to clarify w t f what the fuck the ordinary is all about because there's so much confusion around it. Everyone's excited about it. But nobody really knows what it is. Or knows exactly what it is. So the ordinary is the one brand that's achieved a cult status under Desi 'em and within this brand are thirty eight skin-care skews from serums to moisturizers to exploiters plus forty two shades of their serum and coverage foundations, and that's just to start since its launch last year. Like, we mentioned they've sold close to nine million units of product and that upward trajectory is about to skyrocket. Since they've just launched into Sephora. And we're we're going to have some more scoop on that later reach at its core. The ordinary is really anti-establishment. And I love that. It's like the punk rocker bad ass bitch of the beauty industry. And the hype is all because they offer these active ingredients in you know, basic but beautiful packaging. I'm not gonna go as far to say, no frills. It's really nicely designed and they're super affordable prices like dirt, cheap prices. Yeah. Most of them are like ten bucks. They cover some of the tried and true ingredients, the gold standard ingredients that have become, you know, the stars of skin-care so retinoids and lactic acid like Hollick, Al Assad's Alyssa Illich, the idea is that the consumer actually builds their own skin care routine by adding these products together, and you know, creating a regiment of their own. So it's kind of I guess in a way it is. Putting a lot of faith in the consumer. There's an assumption. Power into exactly it doesn't power them and assumes a certain amount of knowledge. Okay. So you guys probably want to know a little bit about what we've tried and I'm looking at their regimen guide right now. It's kind of like reading the periodic table. I'm not gonna lie. So I really liked the ordinary vitamin C suspension. Twenty-three percent, plus H a spheres two percent. Is that its name? It is ridiculous. So it's five dollars and eighty cents. And if you're not used to really active ingredients it will sting a little bit. Okay. Which I love the more things the better. I love it. I'd start by using it only once a week if you're not if you wanna tip toe into it. It's a cream formula. But it feels a little grainy texture when you massage onto the skin and the reason for that is that it's a vitamin c in powder form suspended inside the cream. Right. Because it's so it's notorious it's a fickle ingredient. Yeah. Yeah. We know as beauty editors and a lot of people in consumers know this as well. Vitamin c is an incredible antioxidant. It's great for brightening, but it is finicky. Yeah. In my case it fast forwards is the healing of acne scars because I'm still breaking out. Even though I'm not a teenager while block. You know, a lot of people can feel my pain, but vitamin c is often hard to formulate it destabilizes quickly. Like you mentioned. It's fickle. Once it's exposed to air kind of loses its potency. So this powder for me. Ella means do you get all of that potency? Plus, it has highly Roenick acid in the formula to so it's pumping and smoothing..
"illich" Discussed on Sleep With Me
"It helps a lot of people sleep. And I just figure you help me eat. But anyway, just come over eight we won't talk about it again Asia wanna make sure that it is like Leumna, I'm person with issues, but it you're not I don't have an issue with you. You're you're you per se. It just a desire base and common sense. But it anyway, great to see a see later. Yeah. So they traded Joe not trick. Joe Joe in aggressive the squad or coming over. I don't know if they use a lake as squad was like you couple years ago. So just started using the internet who else I thought it was Joffrey from trader from toys R is. And I'm not sure I mean, I had a Dharamshala. I don't know if they have a T Rex there's Joe Joe. And I don't know it gets some not a I'm not an expert in their straighter Giotto, which is how they brand some of their talion stuff. And I don't know. So, but you know, it's if they say we're having fun here. Okay. So check out probably forget some stuff. No big deal in the Neil twice at a store. Rabea? Oh, how're you? How are you? By the way. Have you been doing some walking or some meditating or somethin' allow? Yeah. And you've been kissing shoulders like taught you will. Yeah. Let's kiss her shoulders. We walk out the store show empowering, it's like saying shoulders, a love you. Skin largest thing in our body, or whatever let me give you kiss. Yet. I don't I mean, they did nibble before in the negate lake a shoulder Hickey shoulder nibble Heiki self-imposed. No, I don't wanna trader Joe Joe to know about that. Oh, six Joe, Joe Rada. Yeah. That'd been basing. Yeah. He could do a chin kiss. That's kinda like a stretch too. Yeah. I like that or h ING Illich that boned do like that bone at the top of the shoulder. Okay. So we're back at my place now. So we. Okay. So you prepped Osam Onuma do is a cookie kebabs and a grill. Well, maybe Ned I'm gonna get these kebabs Selim pepper in Hollowell in this bowl here. And then this big bowl. I'm gonna put the pork in ground beef. In the take this butter knife spread some just a little bit inbred me. So and each one that's the best we could do then. Now, I have my jar of various spices. And so I'm just gonna put about two tablespoons in. I mean, I just shake it like a polaroid picture, exactly. Then breadcrumbs don't know half recorder Cup. Yeah. Now, the chili lime salts net too much because we put the red Meese, oh in he can't really taste it. So we don't want to oversaw it under salting. It. We could fix kind of. Oh, yeah. We are. We're gonna use them insta- part. Of course, we are. Of course. Of course. Now, there's one issue at let's get these meatballs ready. And then we're was Odin the a, and then this is like, really cold. So like Elza Mahan Kaleen in. I just mush it all in for it takes awhile. Yeah. This is a squeeze squeeze it. It does go through my fists. I squeeze it all the way so weeks after my fingers in that reform. Yeah. It's it's NAT relaxing, just because the meets gold. I mean, I guess if you warm to the meat in the it would be it wouldn't believe it. It's actually like a scold. And if you could get some towel ready for me, but is keep squeezing it. And the great thing about the the curry the curry powder. Sissay can kind of see make sure everything gets evenly distributed..