26 Burst results for "Inge"
Leave Out Porridge for Belligerent Elves on Christmas Eve
"More trip to europe before christmas to explore some interesting traditions. This time in denmark as kids in america may be getting ready to leave out cookies for santa on friday and don't worry after his scientifically dubious assertions about old saint nick having magical immunity to covid nineteen. Dr fauci has since clarified that. He took a trip to the north pole to vaccinate santa claus himself. Anyways wall here in the us. It's cookies for santa. in denmark. Children leave out porridge for mischievous lives as bribe to make sure they behave the elves. Not the kids. The idea of needing to keep these elms or nisa. Happy goes back to at least the middle ages when farmers explained various bad luck and the hardships of a long winter on the nisa farm. If you kept the nissan happy your livestock would survive the winter in all else would go. Well if you disrespected or upset the nida you may find horrors in the morning like your cow. Having dropped dead to stay on your nieces good side families began offering him a bowl of porridge. On christmas eve. Poor inge was a common staple at the time but the one for the nissan would be special made of rice instead of oats or barley boiled in milk and topped with butter. atlas obscure shares. One account of someone not leaving out the proper offering quote in one story a milkmaid designed to play a trick on her farms. Nissa hiding the butter beneath the porridge. Seen his offering on garnished the niece of flies into a rage and kills the families. Cow finishes his meal and realizes his mistake. He solves the problem by stealing a neighbor's cow and delivering it to his family's farm and quotes. So you really didn't want to get on their bad side. There are many artworks depicting the nisa as almost demonic looking elves throughout the fifteen and sixteen hundreds but by the century they had started taking on more of a happy christmas elf. Kind of look quoting again. A child sized bearded man and appointee red cap traditional garb for farmhands and quotes and met martin anderson curator at the national museum of denmark. Chalks this change up to industrialization and urbanization saying that quote. The nisa was away for rural farmers to explain seemingly random events like illnesses among livestock. They had these thoughts because they couldn't explain bacteria or things like that. She says as people gained a better understanding of agricultural science denisa didn't need to serve the role of scary scapegoats anymore and quotes nowadays. The nsa or even more jolly and innocence. They may still play pranks like stealing. One sock or families may nominate someone to play the role of the nsa and play small pranks on other family members throughout the month of december. But you no longer have to worry about your house's nisha killing you war your animals but people still leave the sweet porridge out for him on christmas eve although now they usually enjoy some of it themselves as well and i will say that. There are other similar kinds of nieces folklore and traditions throughout the other nations in scandinavia in some places. He's called the toyota. Sometimes he brings presence sometimes he can shape shift. There's a number of variations. Suggest know that this one danish tradition is not all there is to know about the more the topa
"inge" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Write off college 107 216723 807 216723 807 216723 807 to 1 67 23 Investors. INGE with Gary called Bomb straight Talk about you. And your money now from the historic studios here is very cold. Hey, and welcome Once again to Investorsedge. I'm Gary Call Bomb. Your host. A Thanks for being with us today. Glad you're here. Ladies and gentlemen, happy that you're listening. It's October 30th. 2020 and, um We're going to do things a wee bit differently today. We hope you are listening and listening very carefully at what we have to say on a few fronts. As you know, Let me start out with a couple of notes number one. Most importantly, my buddy Dave Wayne. At his first hole in one. He's a great golfer. Scratch golfer plays all the time. Never had a hole in one God, it finally had to start with that number, too. I misspoke the other day we were talking about the individual mandate from Obamacare. And I said that there's gonna be a tax on everyone who bought the Obama can't know it's going to be a tax on everyone who did not buy the Obama care. That's what it wass. They called it a penalty. Change it to attacks on you. Remember, I know this Supreme court involved. I just had a rectify that because I got an email from a nasty person, and I figured either cover my butt next. At 3 40. Vic down, was it Down about 440 points. On the day it finished down 157 Still not a good day, and I'll explain why it really wasn't a good day. At 3 53. The Dow was 26 310 and rallied up 190 points in just minutes. At 3 58. Down was 26 396, and they rallied up 105 points. In two minutes. So we never want to throw cold water on anything but listeners to this show. No. That J. Powell and the central bank, including our Treasury secretary Mnuchin interfere with the market's all the time and I hate every bit of it. I am such a big believer in free and fair. Not manipulated. I'm just letting you know they manipulated the market into the clothes today. Because of how bad the week Wass And it depresses me. As you know, I believe, and I'm not a Cassandra..
"inge" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"INGE with Gary called Bomb straight Talk about you and your money now from his talk studios here is very cold. And look once again to Investorsedge. I'm Gary Call bomb Your host. A Thanks for being with us today. Glad you here. Ladies and gentlemen, happy that you are listening. It is Friday, September 18th 2020. And we are going to cover And we are going to reiterate. We are going to go over again. The things we have been seeing and our thoughts. That lead us into today because as you know what we do here is we guide and we tell a story about what the markets are saying. And how they are moving and how they are reacting. Where's the leadership? Where's the lagging stuff? What should we avoid? What's the strength? And up until As you know. Up until September 3rd. We had used the same terminology for awhile. Technology. Internet. Software. Melting up. Don't know how long it's gonna last. Don't know how far it's gonna go. The worries massive amounts of secondaries that is company selling stock to you in droves. After nine asked 10 ass 11, I pose that ridiculous valuations. Blind pools to this day, People are speculating on nonsense. $2 biotechs going to 10 because they said the word vaccine even though they've never been in the vaccine business. The Robin Hood traders that Guy Portnoy and no one not putting him down. We just think it is a symptom of late stage markets. When people like that come in and end up being pied Piper's even though immediately they say they've never even been in markets and they tell us markets never go down. Tesler going up 50% on announcement of a stock split. And then came September 3rd. We're for you for us for our money For people that follow us. We change our stance. We thought the movie was over. The first example. We want to give you The first explanation is we told you When a market when a sector when a snack is in a nice little glide path. And you can basically literally Indubitably. I have no idea what those words mean. You can draw a nice little line. Let's say from Eight. Up to two. And everything's working so well, then all of a sudden it goes straight up to noon. Typically, that is the end of the move. That is what we call the Suck in. That's an s, like Sam. We're people after a move jump all over each other to get it because all of a sudden it's become so noisy. I gave you the example of the lady in her eighties who called me up and asked me Should I buy Tesler? She's 85 years old. I asked. I asked When was she in the market last You said 15 years ago. Why you asked me about it Now. Everybody's talking about it. Do you know where the stock came from? No, I don't. But also leading up into that move. What else did we tell you? What did we tell you? Tons and tons of names had already gotten in trouble. That underneath the surface, many names had broken not only the up train but broken the big, important 50 day moving average. And that's the important part of the equation was a narrower in our number of names were leading that mark it up. In fact, In case you did not know. Apple 13% of the NASDAQ, 100 Microsoft Almost 11%, Amazon 10, Google 7% Facebook, 4%. Last. I looked at 46% of the NASDAQ 100 in six names. Which means 94 names of the 54%. So if those six names gagged with so many names already in trouble, Oh, and we thought that day those names were done. Because all of them I made that last little move a breakaway from there, Norm. Instead of going from 88 to 2 on a watch. They headed up to noon, telling us When we combine all these things were saying to right now, but we were going to write him out as far as they could go until that day, and what was that day? Just a big, gigantic volume day off the top. And then noticing as we scanned the other 2 to 300 names, how they worsened. And since that day The NASDAQ has come in pretty decently. And since that day, more and more names of broke down since that day, the big names almost all the big names. Have broken that all important, that gargantuan 50 day moving average. Leading the NASDAQ. And the NASDAQ 1/100. To break below, not by much. Below. And now At the close today, the semiconductor index finished a little bit below the good news is all three of just a little bit below when they couldn't get back up quickly. But as you look at the patterns of all these names that we follow they just Don't look bullshit right now. We told you how the last seven days it was kinda wedging where, after the drop they would do in the eight to You won an 8 to 2 and up trains Good, But after a drop he ate That, too, is not good, because usually it breaks off the two when we got that, and yesterday we had a rough day, though. We had a good finish to the day and we said to you tough day, but if it was it was a good day because we weren't down as much. Well, guess what. I'm going to say the same thing again. We had a pretty good down day today, but it could have been a lot worse. But then when we look underneath the surface It is worse..
"inge" Discussed on Ground Zero Media
"Get this number. please. You. Sterile monsters and the oval, Office. A. Bigger spoke up and said. moved. Inge! Tau. EMBIID. He's Ground Zero. Numbers called it at eight, seven, seven, seven, thousand, three, one, zero, one, eight, seven, seven, seven zero. So I don't know where you are in the country listening..
Being a International Student During the Virus with Zeyi Yang
"So did we miss anything? Is there anything else? The listeners should know blow introduction took. It's your fault because you made it long because you're involved in so many things So that's I mean it's so crazy. It's like a full circle because I think when we were researching on on what questions. We should ask her and everything when we first started the project by the way listeners. If you guys have been caught up check that episode out. You wrote that article and you know you interview these people who are from John who are getting ahead and thinking about. How do we rebuild this place? Could you tell us like the story behind that article how you pitched it Your involvement Sure I'll so I pitched it because of course I am. One always have a lot of connections. They're always looking at wore. My people are doing this and I know there are non loud but some will have people here in United States or vary warrior. Just like me and I try to do something for home. Even if we're just we're like miles away from so I connected to I v because I talk to a New York based organization. They're like comprised fully off Wuhan People Or It's a name. It's called Yellow Crank Club. I believe so. They were all like people from John or have connections to Wuhan der here. They're professionals and they tell me. Oh I these organizing this report project. It he she'll be the best person that you can talk to mark to know her. Howard to know her and also besides hurt because I went to school in John onto onto college so I have a lot of friends or like like school. Connections also here. I also talked to them of a hot. What they have done for the city and those are pretty much one made up Was in the article for self strain of morning. Post. That's crazy. So how long did it take for you to Pitch Shit and then for you to write the whole thing up where people really enthusiastic about helping you out? Yeah I think so. I pitched to the editor actually is through Nodar Hon. Journalists also here in New York also So that probably approved that a very soon like after one or two days because He saw veteran. And then I did an interview in like one week I think I can I can. I said I have a lot of school school friends from Wuhan. So it's really easy to connect to people from and there were I think was actually the last person I talked to. The article Easier to got to off today. I feel like okay. I got everything I use. Probably not a week to ride article and then shaky S. journalists to journalists. You know you have any questions for Zee on I mean I yeah so I think a quick question that I wanted to ask you know A little bit about South China Morning Post If you'RE A ASIAN-AMERICAN I'm not saying all Asian Americans speak Chinese but I mean especially if you are of Chinese American background south China morning poses kind of like the most relevant newspaper that covers Chinese American Chinese issues around the world can dumb. Can you kind of explain to the listeners? Like what is like a like. What is the American counterpart for like the South China Morning Post in like how relevant it is India and the Chinese community right? Well that's a big question I will say it is probably one of my most trusted publication that reports a lot about China though is English newspaper based in Hong Kong. So Iri but he really looks a lot of different regions like not just Hong Kong Bar. They have a lot of stuff in mainland China. They have a loan stuff in other Asian countries. They're looking at like the whole that. I guess Asian Pacific region so and also I feel like I do like to resuscitate him more money because they usually presented a very balanced views. A NAS saying they don't have like a Pro China China views. They do but then you kind of see a balance of all different. They're all diverse views injured. So that's why I usually have a US my go-to new sources for like English articles about China. I see I see so like I mean I think I think when when when lot of Americans when they think of Chinese media they have a sense of a skewed perception or I wouldn't set. Well maybe skewed isn't the right word but they have a preconceived notion that you know a mainstream media in China to be Control you know what I'm saying by the government to to to a massive degree I'm not agreeing or disagreeing with that point but Would you say like you know I just go off on what you just said earlier? Like you know if you are like a American of somebody who was not Chinese were living in China. Would you recommend like with south China morning? Post like the go-to newspaper that you would recommend for a Americans to Kinda get informed about Chinese issues. I think it's is a pretty hard question to answer. A first of all to is true. That most of the media based in China are heavily censored is that I didn't say a man I asked him to go back your hand. James Right yeah. Because it's true that Because Autumn Media Inge based in China are subject to kind of like the administration regulations about it slow either administering Goto Demonstrate Unique article. They have to comply with that sadly the truth but endure a lot of nuances in there is like it's not every single be censored in China
The Secrets of the Self: Finding a Path Back to Source
"Mechta daily his departure pro. We're going to continue our journey into self realization and expand on on the foreparts that have mentioned being feeling thinking and doing remember that the goal here is to find about back to the source you need to let life settled down to where it wants to be so in this spirit. What I want to remind you is that there are many levels of experience from growth to circular. Gross experience is perceptual activity which we interpret as the physical world and the physical body but there a certain levels of existence so as an exercise. Today let's start to begin to observe when when you touch upon subtle levels in your own awareness and we can compare them to the grocery levels so here we go to love. Someone is subtler than to resent a push the person away once again Tension attention to this one idea to love someone is subtler than to resent or push them around. It's also easier to love Ben to present to accept someone is subtler than to criticize the individual. When we complain criticized condemn play the victim. It's not because the other person deserves that. Just that's the way. We're conditioned to respond to situations and that conditioning goes back. God Long Time to our childhood to accept someone therefore is subtler than to criticize them. Before you criticize somebody yourself. Is it necessary. Can I not accept them. And what's the big deal if I do accept them just as they are. That's the highest forgiveness to accept yourself and other people just as they are without needing to change inge them another very subtle level of experiences to promote peace and know that this sector then to promote anger and violence and what said earlier to see someone without judgment is subtler than to criticize that person in the infinite debe st of creation every perception gives rise to a world that mirrors it. Aw today as you saw us and reflect. Let's see you can just cross one thing. He knew every moment in every situation in Rian counter in in every relationship. Recharge in every synchronicity. The world is a mirror of yourself. Uh think about that.
The Vanishing Act
"My podcast. Last Friday about Billy falstaff who in nineteen eighty eighty two h eleven vanished in front of twenty. Two adult witnesses turned up fifteen hundred miles away wandering in the Shiloh. National Cemetery in Tennessee E and WHO. I finally tracked down as Drummer for the Union side. During the civil war was killed in the battle of Shiloh in eighteen sixty two. I've I been bombarded with two kinds of emails. Those who were skeptical of the story despite the facts I provided and emails wanting me to investigate a vanishing gene based on personal knowledge will there was one email that caught my attention. It came from the daughter of Karl Hayes Democratic senator from Arizona Zona. It's important to note the senator as passed away at age. Ninety two and nineteen seventy and that in one thousand nine hundred forty. Two is only child. Patricia Hayes was was born and is now seventy seven the absolutely unbelievable incident that she recounted occurred nineteen sixty one she when she was nineteen her father. There was a key figure though out of the picture and her promise not to mention any details of what she had witnessed anyone until fifty years years after his death. Some quick math assured me that indeed it had been fifty years sensors passing the incident though. Incredible in itself is almost overshadowed Out By the length of government dent President John F. Kennedy went through to cover it up. It was a Saturday morning. June nineteen sixty one and senator. Haitian Jason Walking up the steps for his office in the Capitol building because it was a Saturday who's bringing his nineteen year old daughter long and for the most part the steps and surrounding the area was deserted. Halfway up the steps Senator Hayes was approached by a man asking for a handout pattni email so the stranger was ten or twelve feet away hey and two steps below. She said she remembers her father producing a ten dollar bill. Now remember this is nineteen sixty one and the homeless were far less prolific prolific and numbers. Anyway she said the man took two steps up was on the same level as she and her father but still about ten feet away when he stepped forward closing the distance in reached out to take the ten dollar bill he vanished pass says her father was frantic quickly looked around including up in the sky then took her by the hand and together they ran. The remainder of the steps hustled through security and locked the door. Once they were in his office for Father Older explained that he was afraid of laser activity. Remember this was also the Cold War and she was driven to their home by security officer. Pat explained in her initial shaw. Email that although she was really spooked by the event on the Capitol steps. It didn't hit home until her father came home that evening and swore her and her mother her to never speak of the event she ended that first. Email asking me if I would be interested in creating a podcast around the event might response was was a resounding yes but only if there was more than just the event that I needed proof of the abandoned facts invalidated the proof. Her response was that she could provide advance places determined that the banishing did not result from a laser but it would be up to me to validate those events and places probably through the freedom. Him of Information Act okay. I'm game her. Next response. Came in a letter it was short. Lock up the S. T. R. C.. And get back to me with what you found. I've mentioned previous podcasts. That I get some of my research facts for why a that would be freedom of Information Act and they usually. I was fishing for for specific reference. But in this case I requested information on the S. T. R. C.. Forty one days later received a two page response as usual much of the contest was redacted or blacked out in this case. I could tell that names had been blocked out but remained was that S. T. R. C.. Stood for Space Time Research Center. The center's location was blacked out but the date of its defunding enclosure was nineteen ninety ready to research on space and time was enforced by the president. Though I know it was Kennedy by the date has name was redacted in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight. The funding he'd set up ran out and was reappropriated by Congress at the request of the ad see now the Atomic Energy Commission which has been around since nineteen forty six. It was president. Truman that put the commission in private hands rather within keep US operations regulated by the government some earlier research on another story revealed the ADC had ties to area. Fifty one. But that's the side from the documents of the I. A. Showed Space Time Research Center was under the umbrella of the T. S. slash. Sei c-i-s a top secret label. That was as need to know as it gets from all this I knew for sure that the S. T. R. C. Did exist and that it conducted research into space and time and that it was all top secret but it lost his funding and was closed down in nineteen ninety two. What I wanted to know was what the S. T. R. C.? Discovered if anything from the research so I asked promised I sent the result of my findings through the freedom of information at indeed showed the. Start was a real place. I asked Patricia Hayes and a letter for the next x bit of information that would lead me to the conclusion reached by the SDR see. Here's the kicker I never heard back from Patricia Hayes. And here's the strange inge part. I found after a little research there was no. US Senator Carl Hayes a Democrat from Arizona. Therefore no Patricia Hayes the email wherever she was she used got no response and when I called the number that showed up when we talked by phone it had been disconnected. But someone out there wanting to research the S. T. R. C.. When I mailed the freedom of Information Act with specific reference to the SDR are seat? I did get a response. So was a story. She told me about the man vanishing fabricated like her identity and simply a ruse to gap to inquire into the existence of the TRC. I I don't know this story left me with more questions to be sure than
"inge" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"My first ever impure thought was about prints not seven but maybe not my first impure sexual thought was about Prince and my mom's killerline and she does come out with them. Was You know why that is. I don't know why he said because he's got rhythm she was probably no. I mean probably right lesser. She got it true. Yes totally but I was expecting something more profound no simple simple as that. And that's true actually doubts Roy's attractive. Aren't they anyway. I traveled on tour with a very famous singer who will remain nameless ball. Tell you the reason I say it's just because I don't want anyone to be identified but I don't know as a dancer like as but why were you traveling on tour. I was helping social media. Okay you actually had a job but anyway the that I got into the dodgers and they I would just like yeah. We're all because they are also active in their bodies. Andy Yeah Yeah I'd imagine so now I call it more strictly come well well. That's curses strict radius true. Yeah you could imagine and also you feel good about yourself. Of course I feel good about themselves but it's also once you downs. It's a really really really intensive experience. You are the best shape fitness you Camby. It's all of that but anyway so in the prince thing I mean. I don't know whether whether we come up prints at on his own whether we have to talk about. MTV such hardwood because it's such a long story and certainly wasn't NTV was in the beginning. MTV was a means to end the main reason I wanted to work at MTV because get oh maybe I could meet prints men reason. I wanted to do anything in life for ten years because it might be a way to me. It's literally true and listeners. You'RE GONNA find out very shortly. Weathering Rajini ever met Burns. I worked hard enough at all. MISLAID SLEIGH and I didn't think about it so much although it got to a point in school and thank God I had the best armored group of friends and everybody you know we would like Greece or you know. Say now most it was the best on who was just the best time but how they put up with me because I talked about nothing else for ten years or five years years that I was in school still and it got to a point where people never asked me. I was in the morning. Hi how sprint it was crazy. Yeah Yeah it's all out. I was so focused on that I was. I was thinking basically the same but I am older than you so I was fourteen when all of this happened and I was talking to to one of my oldest friends is over Christmas because I said it was here in in your parents House that it happened because my best friend at perpetrator was furious areas with her because I told Prince was a creep and I hated him and I said how. How dare you buy this album? And she said shut up. We're just going to listen to it. And we went to my friend's house we. His Dad had the best stereo system in the village. Every just sat there does have to listen to this bullshit and I just remember the first thirty seconds seconds is crazy in it builds up quite a lot right. I do this. You know speech about an elevator. Anyway what is it about anyway. It feels like something exciting is going to happen and then it kind of explodes and I just really remember being nailed to the ground. I just it was like a lightning strike as I. What is this you know this? Is it my friend. My friend said he is the biggest Queen Fan and he said I had the same experience. My mom made me listen to a song when I I was ten I think it was killer queen or something and he had the same thing. I just suddenly felt like this was gonna be my main my main music for the rest of my life. This is is what I loved it. It was literally like that so from that moment on and it wasn't even the man that happened later there was another lightning experience. I was watching him. On American music. Awards Horseshoe Mary did you marry the face Shit no at that point was still trying to hate him because I was when you eventually actually saw him he did because it was a performance that I saw and I was just I was just my this man because at the time my God he was he was I was looking aged animal. You know he was he was there was such an energy and and he he just he just baffled me I was like what is this man and And he really got to me and from then on I just. I don't know what I saw but from a very early point I was like I got to meet this man. I don't know how I'm going to do a Girl in a village in Holland biggest thing on earth so. I don't know but I kind of had a sense that I needed to do something. Did you know that it was. Did you have take point bought. It was thinking about this the other day. You know what that was a real crazy. I think it's still kind of that whole thing about manifestation about about making what do you call them Affirmation Division Board. Of course. It didn't know what that was and I always say you know. I'm not really a self-help person. Is You know as a bit like us is do it. Don't talk about it ever remember. There was abusive around a few years ago. That would you go to launch and it would make you make a a vision board and I remember making a point of not going to those norges because I thought it was ridiculous but then I saw the other day throughout my school years. You should see see my diaries and my scrapbooks it was pure affirmation it was just me going all all about one day. You know and here here he is. I would pick the pictures of him meet together and it looked like we were together in a picture and a whole list of things that he'd written that you know I took to heart and I would live by because personal advice. You know live for of whatever where there's a will there's a prince. I don't know it was ridiculous Taylor's and was ridiculous but I was literally only thinking in one direction and it worked and then and that was lucky lucky because between eighty six and nine hundred five he toured almost every year So then the whole thing queue for tickets at those in those days you had to queue gates and you had to queue so you could get to the front so the real founders role was at the front and so from from day one from concert one I was at the front eh literally. The first call that he singled me out for some reason really inappropriately. He was singing. Do me baby all honestly Yay at tips just at the front trying to breathe screaming through this thing was hysterical. I remember And Yeah he just getting you know how they do they find somebody buddy. They sing a line to the way they do that. So yeah he sent to me and I was a bit like Oh my God he sees me. This is good no but obviously you know he did that to anybody so but still I kept getting these tiny things from the beginning where I thought Oh you know. He's not as far away because I thought of him as is it as a goal delta on a on a mountain Zoo so he has got those is that when he looks at you yes as always have never ever seen him in real life and that's one of the things. I will always regret that. That's a shame that's why caroline now buys tickets to every ash are even in the movies. I've seen you can see when he looks is with you. It's not it's it is something it is something and and yeah it's it it. It was all is such a long story. Took all these tiny bits and I kept attitudes has to keep keep out in the beginning. You just tried to get to the the front and what starts to happen because you never the only want so people on stage and people bodyguards and whatever they begin to recognize the same faces. So that's when you start getting an ingrained. Hi How are you and then you think that might invite you to a party or something. You're you're constantly. Try to stay in this orbit because you think I mean me to get a bit closer. I don't know what I'm going to do but anyway we'll see and so that started happening. People started to recognize you in in nineteen eighty eight. That was the stir a tour. He's just took years. I was in Germany for the first time I was abroad at a bar recognize me from Rotterdam way where I'd been in the front every night or every day and he gave me a ticket to a party that night and we're GONNA go to Prince Party because he would always the bodyguards. Were going frank. Obviously Prince had lots of female burials Adam also nerdy male fans in prison. Want the millions of his party so they go round and invite the ladies could come to the Party and whatever each other other was like. Most you know mostly worked on my own unless I could. You know somebody would have a car and drive with you. WHATEVER IT WASN'T I? There were few people that I knew. Generally you know I did my own thing. ended up with that party. And something happened Larry. Wait so you on your own. I don't know I went to Germany was eighteen at this point so my parents said okay. You can go but I went on a on a an organized a bus trip because this was this. Was this show where prince had invited just dodge people because he was recording it for video of the concert tape. He wants a Dutch people because they were very loud Out and he couldn't get a venue in Holland so he got to Dortmund and that's very close to Holland. So I wanted to go and I went with a lot of Dutch people on a bus but get I didn't know so I was was there was by myself but by myself And then got the ticket to the Party and I found some German Magor with a car and we drove party which was in a industrial estate somewhere. ENDORPHINS and I ended up in a working man's Club as wearing this. You know shoulders top and I was eighteen years old because I had to call my dad. I doubt I'm not coming home on the bus because I'm going to a party and and all I remember is my dad. Picks up clearly mom and dad were already in bed. My deputies coming. I'm getting a train more fine. Don't worry about me and all I heard the phone drop and all I heard was. I'm coming now and my mom going Ronald go back into bed. You down was so set out. I'm fine of okay ended up at that party just hanging around and I remember astounding in this in this Tiny hallway on the way to the dance for when Prince came through with his behind his bodyguard Randomly and I stood up against his wallet but never been this close. He walked past and sunny stopped and turned around and straight at me into smiled and I was just and his German..
"inge" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"I think and I remember beauty journalism as you Guinot the advertising images of Dior and Chanel you know this is the new nineteen eighty six autumn. Look and they will use that as editorial images and and then put the new makeup next to it and that was beauty so I didn't know it was a job I came here to England because I go to Java. MTV which Eh compared campaigning. For for about three years that job. Yeah Yeah I had to work at MTV We're GONNA come to that. That was my journey to beauty. India came here jobless rebound nine months. These were kind of short term contracts. But I kind of got the sense. I literally packed up from Amsterdam and in came because first of all I'd always wanted to work. MTV and somewhere in the back of my mind kind of Ford. I might be here for a while so knocked up. Came here. How the job for about about nine months and they kind of got rid of all the short contractors And Saudi Arabia was that'll chestnut God hasn't been happening for forty years Yet short version. By that time I knew my husband who I had known from MTV where he where he worked from the beginning he didn't work there anymore. a kind of breath vaguely moved. It basically moved in with him when he still had his front general living here so there was three of us in this tiny flat poor guys that would leave And and I was thinking of something was written. I tried to get into magazines. I wrote some ideas to people and Who is remember the first Letter that got back saying thank you for your ideas very nice but you really need to think of things that we can't think of ourselves And that was really good. And that's actually really good lesson than stay with me forever. Making me realize it wasn't so easy to just become a feature writer you know had a lot to learn. I had no idea good future tricks does make it look very leasing. Oh God yeah but it's about About offering something that is not obvious which is which quite hard work and my husband knew somebody who who was editor beauty. Hello magazine wasn't indeed and she was pregnant she choose a different. She was a different time. Very lovely lady which you work from home and she was a bit chaotic so she needed somebody to clean up her to clear up her Home Office. Um but you always never hadn't shared never time to write anything so very soon. I was actually writing some of her pages which was a good opportunity. And then the whole thing and we've hurt this time when your podcast as well then I thought what is this job you know looks good looks like a good way to get into magazines And so I uncalled started calling at that time it's not hardly existed so I needed investment. You still need to call people. I go hello which some help right letter terrifying. Yeah Yeah right letter by hand levering. The letter was like do try and do something personal. Try and try and seem keen and you had to really dare are and you had to get over yourself because that kind of stuff is never easy the very soon somebody needed some help and I ended up with minks in which is a long time ago. Wow ledet I'd had no idea what debt culture was. At least we kind of had been in England for about a year and a half. I had no idea what the debts were anyway to try. Try to say well you know I really doubt type so but it was cool and I had a boss that I had a boss there who hate it leaving the office. She was very shy she never she didn't WANNA go launches. So all I did was go to launch the whole time where I knew nobody and it was. It was the best thing obviously. I was literally pushed out there and then it was a whole trajectory of magazines and in about a year and a half. I became beauty editor on shape magazine. That's Oh you will when I met you. Yeah yeah that's yeah that's when we met And then shape actually. I left a trail of destruction because literally every magazine was on Donder. Her Shave went under as well and that I was maternity covers on eve and psychology yes Love and it was down the road here and Hammersmith said it was very good And then Alex Stein Hair who is beauty director Glamour focused by cows. And she. She's a friend of mine we met when we were interns and bless her she needed a maternity cover for her beauty editor. And she was like well you you can come but I'm the boss I remember having Bj. Yes I will never I will never couches you all listen to do anything. You say the thing without dialing Steiner. She doesn't need to say it. I was like yeah what are you. We're not but in a way because we were kind of. She was on a much bigger magazine. But we were on the same level. We were Komo Department head. My department was of one person that was made and she was actually running a team. But you know I knew stuff I knew what she knew and I and actually people don't often hire people that are on their left tricky. You know you you rather want somebody who has something to learn is not going to get in your way but it did Saito. You know that I will never. I know if there's one thing I'm good at I know my place you know number two. I will act as a number two and I will never do you over. You know that. And she knew that officials that so he don't ever argue with me. I was there for six months going to argue with her. But we actually work really well altogether the closest of friends and how we always aren't so that was really funny but it worked really well. Well 'cause memo's quite professional we love we do so we had a really good time. And that's that's when we went on our twitter because she allowed me to go to Italy is like you'll get the really big room because I had I had the biggest room you did. Because he stayed in this beautiful there was a bond like sixteen of the people on the state and then five state in the big old piazza. And you had the master suite and I had second and we had lemon trees outside our windows. I I honestly I would love to get back to that was I. Don't even it was near Pisa. Verona right it was Verona because I remember it as it was dolled. Yes it was. Yeah Hey we remember what product was I don't know but it was I Love Lucy and then Alex head hunted from Lamour. She went off into the stratosphere she did and you know I was in the right place at the right time when new editor arrived on Cosmo and so within six months that Joel and that's where I stayed. So where did you. Where does the ADS for opinions? Come from the ask for opinions. So it's my invisible. Yeah in order to create a Get four different. Get Four pinions own thing and then distill because for me. I feel like that's as soon as you said. I thought that's information. I wish I'd had twenty five years ago. Yeah I never thought of it any other way. I think I quite quickly. Oh I think I quite do want to hold the MIC. While you're GonNa you know we're going to have to get a picture of grumpy cat got won't be got also keep talking so excited I do. I really want my own. I'm terrified that they'll die so an account it without this. Though he does he looks. He's very excited. Now you can tells else will now continue to nor will destroy Palestinian. Come in quickly. You've got a very healthy peasley ringer Easley's live. You know you don't have to go. After them I kill anything. That's Green Green Finger. Sound plays a chef on a gardener. Ordina catch I honestly not even looking at me. Didn't even acknowledge me. I feel bad for him because he has no charm. After I love cats and dogs expe- I went to Lisa Carter. Dickson's house the other Niger she has. She has a cat little Kim he lives on. Kim Lives on the first floor. I I get it okay. He was just amazing and I fell in love with immediately and then she's sleeping diddy downstairs. Who are just honestly the only want to do is cuddle them and put your face on this? He's a fund even those grumpier relaxing because he's a cat so yeah we were talking about from because from the beginning nobody ever gave me one answer. You Know I. I always always tried to you know. Sometimes you thought this this is the guru and then you spoke to somebody equivalent and they told you something else and I thought I could never ever ask one person. This is dangerous because otherwise you're gonNA just impart the wrong information and yet like I said that anybody on my team because they would always start. That would write a feature feature is like who says one per year vast one person. I don't think so I had to go back and do it again But isn't that a tentative journalism. I I'm I'm not sure I didn't I. Didn't you know didn't study serious journalism. I wish I did. I sought when I was much younger than I was going to do. That and then I kind of veered off doing something else But I think that's part of it. You check your sources. You have several sources in you. Were checking is an you know you have to ask several people because otherwise otherwise whether it's like I've talked on this podcast before about. We're watching Netflix documentary. Oh Not Netflix Committee. Sorry that's really bad for me to say about ethics but particular documentaries but they do in they are in the main one-sided So you develop from it or the opinion that you come to form will be because you have seen a limited amount of information in many cases Arizona Element of bias and then you have to watch lots of them to come to a more balanced confusion. No yeah no I don't want to yeah. I don't WanNa just I I just WanNa don't WanNa pass on. Somebody's somebody's opinion you can but then you have to say that is somebody's opinion you can. You can pass it off as well. You've learnt the truth from one person but if it's science true going there is going to lead our facts and some people and then some people trust more than others. I certainly have people whose word I will stand by. We'll still kinda go. What does everybody else say? And then if the roughly in that same direction I'll go for for their opinion but yeah there's but then also in this business you talked to a lot of scientists but you also talked a lot of scientists who are on message as you know you know. They are talking for certain browns so they will slightly push therein goal towards this particular product..
The Popularity Of (And Problem With) Municipal Bonds
"Nunis I've been reading quite a lot about this recently in the press hearing hearing Sort of financial TV wise the market for municipal bonds. So hot right neue. Bottom line ever since The trump administration past their new tax tax laws and ever since we are only able to write off a maximum of ten thousand dollars of state against federal and we are really a hamstring. About what our deductions are people. Don't WANNA pay taxes. What is the one area that has left municipal? Oh bonds and it isn't that they are some juicy and high yielding no. It's just that they have been relatively safe and You earn interest. I federal tax free. And if you buy municipals in your state from your state they will be State tax free so all the big tide tax states California Illinois Annoy Massachusetts New York Blah Blah Blah. You know the names those are. The resident said have been buying municipal bonds like crazy road. So they're all after this type. They're basically after taxpayer. They want to save money on Texas. They are but here's the thing about municipal bonds little people think that all Muniz tax exempt. But that's not the case right. That's correct there. There are taxable municipal bonds. And the reason why they created those is the The cities that counties the entities that issue municipal bonds almost almost all have some kind of ceiling on how much they can issue annually and one say reach that ceiling then they can no longer issue tax free bonds and they have to issue issue taxable municipal bonds which are pretty competitive with yields on corporate bonds but my understanding is that those taxable bonds are still just as popular all pillar the tax exempt bonds between the municipal world. Why would that be? It's it's the race for Yael. Everybody wants wants yield and we even find foreigners are buying both tax free and taxable income. Yeah well and you say why would they do that. When you've got negative yields in Japan and in the euro-zone all they want is a rate of return on their money? They don't WanNa deposit their money and have to pay the depository money to hold that money. So we I have this crazy thirst for yield right now. Why why do we have that? Why does that exist? Well we have it because Number one the negative yielding global. Oh bonds have never been more powerful number two if you are an actuary meaning a pension plan A insurance company that has actuary reliability. You have made You have made promises that you're going to be able to produce x amount of income and X.. Amount of capital capital gains a year and that x amount of income has become more and more difficult with the negative yielding bonds globally. So people want to save save they want to invest and they WANNA positive rate of return. So where do they go. The United States of America Corporate Bonds Immune E bonds attacks won't Mini-van so busy because interest us rates are so low. It means that you're not getting the yield on the normal stuff that we used to get sort of ten years ago that yielded quite nice returns to now. You've got to go to more risky things. You absolutely absolutely do or just suck it up and say well. I guess I'm GonNa only earn one point. Four percent on a California general obligation bond in ten years much sex due to go to the junk bond market well the perils. They're quite different than the muny market. But junk bonds are quite popular right now. My understanding is I was reading something the day. WHOA whoa speaking about junk bonds? We should also talk talk a little bit of bites. I don't if you know but this becky with the good yield you know about this becky. No yes you know becky because you spoke to us when we bought a junk bond for Cardiff Garcia. Oh yes MRS homebake off shore drilling just a company that he did not so call becky with the good yields and actually that bond is not jim typically where we bought it to ninety today. It's trading at a bite de to seventy four ninety two so were down a little bit. But that's actually across the junk bond market. The prices are up because people are chasing that healed. And how what does that mean for the economy. Is that a dangerous thing if people are chasing after this high yield dangerous if the economy stumbles not just the US US economy but the global economy. And a Becky I understand then must be in the In the energy area is that correct so one of the worst performing areas in the United States all of last year. And what's happened in the energy space just like the regular investment in space is that corporations have taken on so much debt we are talking trillions and if the economy stumbles and Business starts to your road revenues. Then go down. Interest coverage on the debt starts to deteriorate. And we're going to start seeing it when that happens happens. Many more defaults domino's right the domino theory thing goes on the whole goes on a very very quickly whenever you're leveraged switch or could go slowly because so many people especially in the in the junk bond market last year thought hall. This is the year. We're GONNA have major defaults and it didn't happen to any consequence foot skip onto Muniz. So what else should investors be worried by looking at municipal bonds right no well. The CONGA line is pretty long as far as natural disasters and You know hurricanes and everything that's climate change but I would say one of the big things now that we watch every day that we have a person that scans every news news feed around is cyber attacks cyber-attacks exactly city of Baltimore has been attacked. There have been multiple attacks in small cities in In Florida there was a trauma one health center in New York that was attacked and because they didn't pay the ransom they were down for over two months. And and what does that mean to a bondholder. Why should they care? You have many of those and they have to pay the ransom number one which was not budgeted for or their insurance difference for cyber-attacks. Goes up astronomically. Then you as a bondholder. The amount of money that they're taking in annually starts to get skimpier and skimpier because they have have to pay all these bills that they hadn't budgeted for and you the bondholder have less and less security interesting. Do you think that these risks whether it be the climate change inge risks or these kind of security risk cybersecurity risk are they priced into the bones in your opinion not at all not at all. It's too it's too early for them to have priced it into the bonds uh-huh and I only see cyber attacks getting bigger and stronger and more profitable for the cyber thieves a more devastating for the bondholders holders
Anna of Untamed Borders Teaches Locals to Ski in Afghanistan
"Have a brief conversation with Anna. She has a unique job besides is being a tour guide for untamed borders. She's a ski coach in Bamiyan Afghanistan teaching locals how to Ski. Untamed border specializes alizes and bringing travelers to challenging. Locales like Afghanistan Samaya in Iraq check out their agendas on their website. And right now now. Here's my conversation with Anna. He welcome to accounting countries. Please take a moment introduce yourself. Hi My name is on Savannah where I live on a fire I like to travel abroad and in life free time I like the Pumpkins pumpkins interesting. Anything to do with Halloween. Not really I just like the Pumpkin CDO traditions living. Yeah Okay so besides travel. I understand you are really passionate about skiing. And you've worked as a ski teacher for several seasons plus in Switzerland. I know you've also met some interesting people in Switzerland when you were a ski coach. Tell me about three of them fister still. He is a Swiss journalist journalists. Who enabled me to come to spend the first time? And he was the one who started this project a one C up and the the to say remind friends from Dallas and the best years for Benetton suggest in Asia Around who are now. My Co workers. Keep Up Okay and as he cites side note I understand. There is a documentary. Made about the two skiers. What's the name of that documentary? The light shines okay. It's pretty cool. I just saw that the other day so you should check that out and I know Afghanistan. Ghanistan was high on your list to visit for quite a long time and Kristoff. You just mentioned in. Switzerland gave you the opportunity to travel there in February. Three of two thousand sixteen. What brought you there? What did you do when you got to Bamiyan so it was really cool their helicopter and so the big snowcapped mountains and then I stayed there for a month? I worked with the Ski Club Club. And we organized against challenge inge. Okay and just for some further background. Christoph is one of the founders and supporters of the Bamiyan Ski Club and the idea behind the club is. What's the club doing in by me on we are basically Young people from surrounding villages is to spend their free time in winter when they don't have school to learn some new activities into her funding was now and we need to know a little bit about Balmy on. How many meters high is this area? There's a lot of mountains so gunmen lies. One two thousand five hundred meters that's valley and when we go skiing we start in two thousand eight hundred meters high and we go from there We have to say also that there are no lifts so we start down we walk up and then we see them. Some good exercise besides Kristof. Untamed borders is also one of the supporters of the Bamiyan Ski Club and and when you went to Afghanistan in February of two thousand sixteen you also became part of the untamed border steam and you guided several travelers who came to Afghanistan for the ski challenge at that time. Tell me a little bit about working with untamed borders and guiding in travelers. Who are coming to bomb young to participate in the Ski Challenge? I actually got quite a lot of interesting people to ski here And some of them are very well traveled. Some of them are good skiers. It's rarely the whole package. One person But they're always always surprised and amazed by mountains here and I everyone has so far on. I've been here his really enjoyed. There's a
"inge" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Inge man's been charged by the FBI with robbing a fifth third Bank in Northbrook. FBI says Romney our Don implied. He had a gun when he allegedly robbed a brand Sean June third after photo of or video of the robbery was released a FBI FBI got a tip from somebody saying they were a former friend of the man in the video. And pointed agents to our further questioning led to his rest closing arguments began Monday for a former U of I student, who's charged with the rape torture, and murder of a visiting scholar from China in two thousand seventeen Christensen is accused of luring union Jong into his car in twenty seventeen and murdering her at his apartment Christensen chose not to take the stand. But his attorneys called his ex wife as a witness. The shows Whitman told yours that Kris showed her a bloodstain matches and claimed it was from a lady knows his attorney said that their client did kill young Pravada. His never been found Keith Johnson. Newsradio one zero five point nine if a state of emergency declared in south suburban university park a week after high lead levels were reported in drinking water and the issue expected to last for several weeks, Blanchette is president of Illinois, which runs university parks water, utility. He says elevated lead has been detected in only fifteen homes. Fifteen hundred homes remained under an advisory to not drink or cook with tap water. Blanchette says aqua Illinois has changed. A chemical used to clear sentiment from breaking. Water also removed. Some of the protective coating inside fixtures and joints inside. Some of the homes, I'm only satisfied when this problem is resolved when my residents are at peace, that's university park, mayor Joseph, says who says he's declared a state of emergency to secure federal and state aid to help his village pay for the costs of helping residents affected by the issue, which aqua Illinois admits might not be completely cleared up for a few weeks in university park. Jim good us NewsRadio one. Oh, five point nine FM AccuWeather name only.
Tennis officials shaken by lack of support for chair umpire Carlos Ramos
"Umpire and other officials in the world of tennis are shaken by what they perceive as a lack of official support for cheer on pyre Kalos Ramose given that his actions against arena Williams during Saturday's US open. Women's final were well within the rules. Quote, the unpire fraternity is thoroughly disturbed being abandoned by the WTA Richard Inge in I n g s that's how you spell that name. A retired elite gold badge umpire told ESPN dot com. On Tuesday, they are all fearful that they could be the. Next Ramose they feel that no one has their back when they have to make unpopular calls for those of you living under a rock Ramos, sided Williams, three times Saturday during her six, two, six, four laws against Naomi Osaka forgetting coaching signals for breaking Haracic which caused her appoint a Calling Ramos thief, which cost her game. The incident has sparked heated reactions from former and current players to celebrities to the officials themselves. The times of London reported Tuesday quote, there was a growing consensus that I'm Pires were not supported by the US on several occasions, and their Ramose was thrown to the wolves for simply doing his job and was not willing to be abused for
"inge" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Go enjoy little but you know a one time i was i was i have this big thirty inge flat griddle in the backyard and it's like a mongolian barbecue a just think of it that way rightness part amount or kitchen and i wanted to go in cook but it my after kitchens uncovered i mean they have covers individually but it doesn't have like a purtill or anything like that over it and so it was starting to sprinkle and i was cooking and whatever i think i was doing a stir fry and i had a mushroom slices while the igman rain starts coming down and turning to steam and it created like a hydro planer something so so you had you had all these little slices of mushroom flying around like a air hockey they were just like barrack obama so but you know i was like dodging and trying it not land on top of the heating in us the hot service but jumping in trying to knock them into the centre was almost like playing my own goalie against myself but anyway those are neels adventures in rainy grilling which i'm always happy to do uh coming up in just a little bit we're gonna talk chef call schutte we're gonna talk about his upcoming pop up we try and tell you about these things because uh you know there they come and go quickly and people always go hey we want to really we want a unique eating experienced don't wanna go same places well if that's you then stick around we're gonna talk to chef just little bit and talk about this pop up that he's going to be doing and how you can be a part of it if you so desire okay come home you tired you don't feel like cooking a meal from scratch may you've got something or they could even be leftovers the tips i'm gonna.
Florida House approves gun legislation, sending bill to governor for signature
"In a parking garage the suffolk da says james clark invited the 21yearold woman for drinks after work last july prosecutors say he then handcuffed her while parked in a garage and assaulted her and forced her to engage in sex acts before dumping her at south station clark's attorneys says he vehemently denies the charges and winchester police release the dramatic nine one one calls from last month's steadily stabbing at the town library and why growing library adding got one print crown harry it's the end striker an aspiring doctor was slashed with a ten inge hunting knife committee underway cleaved i already you'd hamid get that can amount coat an is in male he no longer had the weapon i believe though we're in the library home in front of the referenced african we add on the mainland peak french staff now they're timed people have him cornered medical going through this well which mr police also released documents detailing their interactions with murder suspect jeffrey yell they had at least a dozen interactions with him since 2012 is attorney says his client is mentally ill updating florida lawmakers passed gun legislation the house approving the measure late this afternoon it includes restrictions on rifles sales and a program to arm some teachers in florida the bill now goes to governor rick scott for his signature the porn star who claim she had a sexual relationship with president trump is now suing him to get out of a confidentiality agreement here's cbs's steven portnoy at the white house denies stormy daniels his account of of sexual relations and ship with the president but mr trump's lawyer michael cohen acknowledges he paid daniels one hundred thirty thousand dollars in a settlement that demanded her silence and cohen now confirms he went to an arbitrator to enforce that confidentiality agreement which daniels is now suing to get out from under the white house spokeswoman says the president's lawyers won in arbitration but daniels as attorney calls that claim ludicrous noting there hasn't been a ruling on the merits daniels says the.
Razzie winners announced
"Save like the nighttime the evening hours for the good movies so during the day you'd get like the basically the equality of booed to a madeo halloween and you will see that movie over and over and over and over again so you kind of got a inge you enjoy these b c movies after awhile kim beijinger took worst supporting actress for fifty shades darker putting her into a company with faye dunaway liza minelli and holly buryats actresses who have won both the razzie in an oscar mel gibson who last year won the redeemer award for getting an oscar nomination just a few years after a razzie nomination is back at the bottom again taking were supporting actor for teddy's home to the bad that i wanted to see that i kinda wanted to see daddy's home to baywatch one these special rotten tomatoes award the razzie nominees so bad you loved it wasn't who is in that there's a couple of big name actors of that when the rock was in that one isn't there is the can the rock lose at anything he is so good everything he does in my three year old son has just gotten into that one disney movie he did more moana and he mike heavy wants to listen to the soundtrack in the car and we get home he wants to watch the movie muana dead an aunt and her you're welcome is stuck in my head 247 now the rest of the razzies were determined by the organisation over thousand voting members it'd be fun to be part of them oh jeffrey ferguson colonna jeff what's gone on look a luddite i look on it appointed in the oscar down on the best picture whom you a thought with either the last jedi i being carrie fisher basically live grow wonderwoman they either one whether dot something can i admit something my wife got wonderwoman from the library that's where we color movie rentals but we got wonderwoman from the library i made a twenty minutes in i was so born i didn't wanna finish watching it i might be the.
"inge" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"And a hundred and forty plus challe package and then it goes on from there and in order for me to get the eight channels i watch regularly i would have had to get a hundred and forty channel package and that's how they get ya code outrageous right and there it's kind of dum because to me it's like if they just allowed you to pay thirty five and pick this fifty channels you wanted they don't have me if i could have gone and picked up an and chose pick and choose and picked inge of pick a picked impact if i got gotta pets the channel of i wanted i would have probably gone ahead and gone cable because i'm just used to it but i decided to take a chance and so far so good i'll keep you posted a g there's only day one last night and this morning but you know what else is really great i have you to tv so now it's on my phone and it's an outdoor and so i was actually standing in the kitchen this morning watching the news on my phone see that's really reliable because i have you know a streaming app from my tv provider and the problem is you know i'm a big sports it yeah you cannot watch any of the big football games or the baseball games unless you are on your home wifi network because that's the only way they can get that ping now watching it on the network yang youth on tv doesn't care about so i was watching i mean i grant that i was in my apartment on my wife i but i don't think that matters i'll double check that today while now about i think i can be anywhere he could do all the commercial breast you just what you know what we could just watch tv instead of doing the show friday and there are people who understand some replace yes it being friday also i do want to and that monday is president's day so for some people that means walls are closed maybe you've got the kids at home maybe you're taking the day off from work or the.
"inge" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"You know unfortunately with my reply lack of an uphill battle iraq and education where they humor inge with most being hurley i'm months ago now any and you're you're active again ten months removed from that oh yeah i four short months after i had a thirdround or i went out and oncoming gile god almighty were you in amount climbing before i mean i assume to a to a lesser degree i mean you're snowboard big time intuited is that what was it the loss of being kenney still snowboard i guess is that approach pre question yeah i can hope and eating and you'd have graf after they had like a depression i'm sure was a pretty big part of it but how are you able to put that not completely behind you but to live with it and realized that the effort elevating your mental was so important to overcoming it so that you could do these things again however in our thing i really with my life by our you hear those but winging earth mark behind you ribcage on the ground that your heart your heart rate even overcome anything iracli and they not even getting are in line that right yeah it where there are others that you drew inspiration from were you able to you you know other the folks a fellow marines perhaps or other servicemen and women who had been injured two that you guys who can lean on each other and say no we're not going to sit here and watch you know another hbo movie or net fleets we're going to go hit the gym we're going to do physical therapy again all of that how how did you.
"inge" Discussed on On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels
"There is a common phrase attributed said nonemissive you ever want to be inspired look up anonymous quotes on inge let's move may that yeah wherever anonymous as they did a lot of really good writing so but the quote is uh you know kick yourself out of the way and let the cause talk now when you're doing a a charitable or cause related marketing then either like okay i could see that when you're doing your own where you're an entrepreneur people get all wrapped up in it or if you're if you're doing a job if you like a documentary and or you know you're having a movie or something and i still get you know what the thing that you're creating is of its if you believe that it is of such value then you it's not about you select i just released a book and so much time is areas as has been out now for a few months it's already been a huge success at number one number several categories of its up twenty pretend categories spin is wild success and part it is that i believed the value of the book and that i had to kick myself out of the way and let the book shot right and that is being in the best way possible hold your saw i love this race right it's great for am and i you know i wanna see something here because again i i'll bet you that people listening thinking will i you know how the hell do i woke up to that level of belief how do you how do you create that and i will see this it takes practice nobody is very few people if any a born with it it it requires you to foil asking your knees and get up and doubt yourself and go on any way and make mistakes and be full of yourself in the not good way.
"inge" Discussed on WEEI
"Is handled it that inge is valid but you can't leave right but the message is valid what in delivering it he is upset so many people that they're looking at that part of it that's prior stare because that's easy part to look at you understand because that's the visual part of that is the easy part by exhibition will end nothing about is the bothers me is like okay so what if everybody said okay we're not going to do risk dan but you know that people still think not to stand they still think that they if they've all else was equal if they didn't have fear the backlash like you're talking about they would all neil so is it better for everybody to say okay i don't care what you really think but to make me feel better just stand up but it's not real patriotism he's become a racial thing to the point where if you're a black player do you now feel obligated to have to neil even if you don't want to if you're white player no because they're so there's a lot of black players that's that's what i'm saying so easy getting to a point now in locker rooms to wear i think he could be very divided analog alatas also there's a lot of stuff that i care about the players i played with that i didn't wanna know you know because y'all i'm probably gonna know these guys for maybe a year maybe two years and hopefully you could demonstrate your character and they'll respect you but they're never gonna get everybody on a football team to think the exact same way but there is a common goal there's a team there's a job to do and that's what brings people together that's why like since i got down there's now i don't have a lot i'll talk to a lot of guys that i.
"inge" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"The things in we need live baby boom intray in awe inge sin no more callanan dollars will be coming style liu kill star one yeah look swinging swing ma to kozel on in my face discussions size seek it out in his cell phone line of old little not battle with yawn but i'm not that old novelty the world is sold logistical in the mobutu toll the doom gene i will do ludi lin the thing that kills me makes me feel alone gene and his and boom boom the jason kao hwang joe donnelly three okay in the long and affiliate burning down the stretch and the turnovers fourletter letter baked got money watches burn coal the world is addressing rida you will do akg same thing drones me makes me more gene the lead singh in his speech gene it is and again oh very w largely nevertheless of the earth straight up the alleged killer lazaga nevertheless allowed hang up the method sumberg heroes meaning makes me feel the the was gene jason kao hwang gene the new in.
"inge" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"And it was it was right before i started my junior college and diet transfer schools um you know and i you know i had kind of a i just talked to the problems i was having up to getting used to living in a new city um you know going to a different school um you know i was getting into the real meat of my degree which was accounting and um you know but it is just over time has gotten worse and worse and worse than i i wasn't diagnosed um until age twenty seven and so there was a period in there that i just you know s struggle mightily with it and you know i i just it's kind of hard for me to put into words exactly what happened so and i know that there have been lots of times where i try to research um this topic and uh just haven't really ever been able to find any material or any lectures your any allows a hold on by loop let me so try to get what what's going on what you were were diagnosed with what that he's 20 cent um i was diagnosed with obsessivecompulsive disorders right and um major depression okay man i was later diagnosed with adhd uh and general anxiety i mean i've got kind of the whole gamut so have you been formally asked tested like where they did neuro site testing on you yes i mean i actually just found in new dr this year i actually uh lost my doctor and 2014 that i had a 16yearold relationship with because of health care law changes and the funny thing was i didn't have any insurance that i still lost my doctors but anyway uh so i i found this uh dr earlier at the beginning of this year and um in fact just a couple of months ago um he enlisted the help of another doctor inge is subject to me to a whole battery of tests joy there were more than ten test great and whether it what came out of that.
"inge" Discussed on Breaking Math Podcast
"Or is it advantageous evolutionary in that in the sense of acuteness sparingly of what we decide to take care of interesting yeah cuteness is a fascinating thing this is something that i i feel so ill equipped to describe him and i certainly we can identify when something is cute but why why is there cuteness what role as that have in evolution end also i mean people keep ravitz as pets but most of the animals that we keep were predators we've somehow think they're predators are cute and when they described and when they do predatory behaviour like practice stocking those that's when we take care of them the most so there's something about that and it's very interesting and very complicated the developed and meta's sensory sense um in a only brings up to show what to show something that's leg the boundary of what a sense is and would just been learned is because in humans might up binoculars vision has lost for example yeah this is disgusting i actually i our honored to talk about us since something that jump and i were talking about before the sat this episode started in that was when things are really really cute like babies or animals you have this desire to be their poll on them or to eat them up you know i mean i've heard you know appearance here child though i'm just gonna each you up and then keesing lee pretend to take a bite out of their child but all inge are clearly ingest and wire those two related that's a really fascinating question.
"inge" Discussed on LI News Radio
"The sport raise national tv network tv show in prime time they have this american inge war yet now it really is take over the world very entertaining i'm super i'm surprised at how big it is it's massive as i told you before we were upper an emmy american inge worry before we went on air i e it's these these cross fits in boot camps in butter competitions like the new phase of working out yeah i tried the boot camp my self the owner the radio station did it for about a year ago i was in great shape it was good but it's it's a very different way of looking at working out yeah i'm not working i work sweat you think it added so i don't understand what's the mud factor where does that come they i guess it's the added different dynamic here i don't know everybody's listening in on it every evening he said he's going to try and calling broker anybody's done one of these competitions wants call in and talk be great to to to get a little you know somebody who's done it's perspective not not too fat attache guys like us could he thought he had a good luck to a bad year old power to but i can't especially on sunday morning as he's dis dis dedicated he's he's enjoying themselves happy for him he's he's definitely he was looking forward to doing this so good was was definitely good good stuff so little baseball yes he's made a move the add surpri we surprised i was a little surprised i wasn't surprised they made a move move they made made a surprise me a little bit i mean rutherford supposed to be a big time centerfield well they don't really project right now is playing center but they're not sure if he's going to be able to be a major league centerfield right he is a key the long ways away in singlea number would go first round pick for the last year they really like yeah but you know what this this move shows where they are in their minds that is yeah i think this shows everything you need to know their go for i don't think they're done i think there might be a starting pitcher that they could potentially get although the you know they're not going to get rid of either kid i think they've proven.
"inge" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Uber decision she wanted to show 1997 that you could not help the difference between uh a gay person and it straight person uh through very psychological tests um and she gamed the study from the very beginning i mean he he had uh she added engine which would show that there is no difference um and as she she she a cherry picked um the the the homosexual to who would be study um eh you she came up with results which we feel that that engage could be identified through the various s he threw out two and the threetest that she used and the third one show that you couldn't tell the difference between again straight but i can i i wanna take back a step back from the the application of study results which is really what you're talking about here and the way science is being done big because science is about these proving right science is about creating showing that a hypothesis is not not through and then everybody else following suit by trying to prove it is not true good once enough attack and shake can't show that their studies that their hypothesis it is not true then you start to call theoretical frame but a fact an and so it it just seems to me like the whole process of science has sort of broken down a you're you're talking about something that sort of an observational studies than the gut applied spurious louis okay nine worried about all the way back to the the beginning of houses i closer he's done now do you agree the human that's adulterated you you you know one of the interesting thing that i mean you're you're you're you're right on the money um but one thing that happened in recent years when you look at for inge puree you'd journals um there is now a website aldwych traction watch which follows a period papers has been withdrawn this people uh withdrew 100 study couple.
"inge" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Christian churches and everything else and one of the things i inge putin did was to publicly declare declared his christianity restore the orthodox church in russia and he says speeches he says christianity useless soul of the nation he brought it all way back hundred and eighty degrees from what mark sir and in when you do that people start their conscience we buy uh who when you're christian you you start questioning your activities is this right is this wrong under communism it's gone atheism which they promoter the general do whatever you want it reveals good do it okay who does well i think he did and then he's he did you have started being very concerned about all the children that were born on the streets in freezing to death and everything else they set up orphanages the stamp dealt child porn as much as they could have you ever you know i worked in this know times on police department to end the russian porn is very prevalent especially the old stuff right and they did they're doing everything they can to stamp that out make laws against to hunt down the people that are profiteering from that which is really really good you know and so and these orphanages a shut up dear promote the arch of education and everything else in order to bring the people up the very very good one.