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"kalma" Discussed on Change Lives Make Money

Change Lives Make Money

04:27 min | 10 months ago

"kalma" Discussed on Change Lives Make Money

"To see the physical transformation you always want. I wouldn't take a step further like because you mentioned like putting in the work and like like you're coming into the course. Let's say you're coming to the ten key kademi and like you have to put forth out the effort the hustle but he's not Results of you posting five days a week or going live. It's what's going to help you. Grow is the impact that you're making on world like if your post your live. Your stories aren't making impact like that's not then you're sending the wrong message. Naqvi a reason why you're not being successful. I think a lot of people come into the program and they're like okay. I'm posting five days a week. I'm going live to a couple of times a week. I'm posting on my stories. well have you made impact. Are you changed this podcast. It's called change. Lives make money like cool. You're showing up your posting content but is that have value to change. Someone's life is it resonating and making them think about their struggles. Is it giving them what they need to trust you. So they're more likely going to sign up. Great sign up for your program. Are you just posting. One liners or one pair gas really a look at my sick pumper. You'll look glucose nobody cares because you already have that. How did you get there. What struggles did you have to overcome to get there. Not what your reader wants to know. And that's the same reason. Why are the ten academy and like a lot of times when kayla myself. Brian kalma posting. There you guys show us a lotta love in a lot of compassionate care because of the impact the goal to make every day for you we go above the on because we want you to know how much we care so. That's the same ideology. You need to bring into your content and guess what it may take three weeks. It may take six weeks. It may take twelve weeks but just like your clients..

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"kalma" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"kalma" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Into today's trade. Kalma salute instead of IQ of Bloomberg. Quick Take right here in our Bloomberg Interactive brokers studio, so Big picture. Um, Tim, we had Yes. Kind of. Ah, we saw that kind of throughout the day. Kind of a more negative risk off trade today. 135 names in the S and P 500 higher today 370 lower And if we look at the major industry groups you're looking at that, aren't you? I'm looking at it. Yeah, only two were higher on the day Consumer, Discretionary and information technology. Yeah, and the bottom of the pack one together. Energy names down 2.8%. I got to just say I want to bring in Bloomberg News Cross as a reporter, Sarah Ponds ex Sarah. Good to have you I know you're on the phone from home, Tim and I pulled out the S and P 500 year to date list. Do you know etc is the best performing name in the S and P 500 is up. 283. I was 284%. Let me think of it immediately. But he has really been one of these Stay at home Stocks to people staying at home. Just they're ordering on Amazon. Yes, he has all of the sudden become this go to shopping. Place, of course and online mecca, and it is pretty unbelievable. And it's one of those names that you're right. It would surprise people. If you haven't been paying very, very close attention to what do you want to Care to guess. No cheating. Sarah, who's at the bottom of the list? Let's see at the bottom of the list. I mean, if I take the cop out, and I just think broadly, I'm gonna go with some energy name close, very close, very close because there's a bunch of energy marathon Diamondback energy. Occidental's on there. Oh, I just love I just cheated Carnival I was about to say, or it's gotta be a cruise line our hospital like somewhere in the hospitality space right that Zeze a surprise that the best is the best performer, but not a surprise, perhaps as the worst performers credible. But it all so all right. So what else are you seeing in today's trade that you think is kind of interesting. We continue to have this question Pole especially heading into the end of the year. This is our last full trading week. Hard to believe. Littering how long 2020 has felled by now about yourself on your back. We're almost there. Yeah, Sarah. Not yet. It's also going to be a busy week. Busy one, but they also encapsulate just where we stand. At the point in which we're hearing from Governor Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio in New York City, saying that residents should prepare themselves for yet another shutdown London also entering another very restrictive lockdown as well. We see Kobe's case is rising. But on the flip side to that is still the hope and the optimism for the vaccine. The first vaccine given in New York City today, so you just have these very, very opposite headlines and pictures that are almost creating the tug of war and markets and Blue. Weighing my colleague Over the weekend, she wrote a story kind of just listing where Wall Street strategists stand on a year and targets for 2021. She put together the survey and what's amazing is just The wide charity that we see between strategist even some calling for 20% rallies, some calling just 34% rally. Granted, they're all calling for stocks to continue to rise. But such dispersion there and what it really boils down to is whether or not investors believe that the vaccine has already been placed into stuff that these levels or flu further run. It's a good question, right? Yeah, But was there any? Was there any consensus or No? You just said that was the whole point right that it was nobody really agreeing. There really wasn't too much consensus. But what is really interesting as well is that if you look at the average call for the year in S and P target for the end of the year in 2021, it's so called for a gain of 10%, which is actually one of the best. Expectations from strategist heading into a year on record, and it's pretty unbelievable that that sort of optimism is expected after the 2020 that we just had if you look at the S and P 500 year to date this year In the face of all of the rest. All of the issues that we have all lived through that we have all felt that companies have clearly faced the SNP still up. 13%. So, your coat just another 10% gain on average next year, too. All right, Sarah ponds Ex. Thank you. Thank you So much. Bloomberg News Cross asked reporters Sarah Pontiac on the phone in New York City. All right, you're listening to Bloomberg. All.

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"kalma" Discussed on The Past Lives Podcast

The Past Lives Podcast

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"kalma" Discussed on The Past Lives Podcast

"Shoes in Google images dated the seventeenth. Century Italy. And this no way I would have might operate imagines the asshole women were wearing at that time. Crowd law his these things do come through aren't they? It's Subtle but it confirms view in a way at assume I slacked the. So a thing you tell your friend and your friend Guy. It doesn't mean anything but because you've experienced it yourself, you've seen more INA. Yeah I think that it's just about being aware and being open to acknowledging something that could be weird or strange and. In that acknowledgement there's like a miracle that's unfolding I. Mean there's no doubt. Where are you going to come up with the buckled shoes I mean come on? That is very strange I mean. So there's something to this. and. I'm always a believer I. Know some people want to be skeptical about different things but. I feel like. We have so much sub-conscious and higher self material that just out of our grasp as were in physical form. But through hypnosis, it's like getting a window into the true depths of the Solomon. It's absolutely amazing. So. We've been talking about your book, Mitchell Kalma, the healing power of past life memories. The could you tell us about your other books? Yes I've got another one that came out earlier. This year is past lives with pets, which is one of my favorites. I started realizing that people believe. That pets that they had let's say when they were kid. In their current life may be came back to them. Kind of like that book in that film, The dog journey if listeners have been familiar with that, there's real clients that I have who told me that and I have a pair of cats that I believe came back to me from childhood, and then the other thing is that. Just. As a pleasant byproduct over the years I'd had many clients who. They're they're coming in for actual issue, but then accidentally they discover that. Oh. My Gosh look down or whatever happens to be in the sixteen hundreds. This is amazing and so it's just kind of a fun..

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"kalma" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"kalma" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Night because it made A car's gold. The game winning Gil and people were talking about is if that was the turning point. Look aren't throws towards driver gave picking up garbage in front of the net. A wonderful deflection from Mika ranted and a shot from the Afro mentioned Kalma car and Andre Perk ofthe ski continues to add to his totals in the playoffs. It's the fifth overall in this series. It is Birkoff second in the Avalanche lead by a pair. It's two to nothing. Just now You have to wonder you're a little bit rusty. That is now That's a rebound. Yeah, I mean, it took that off the right pad Now he didn't see it. But you got the right pedal Push. Push it out! 8 ft in front. We're talking about a large, juicy steaks before the game. That was a large, juicy rebound, and it tasted Like a New York Strip. Andre Burakovsky, who gets his fifth of the postseason from Rantanen and Kale, McCarty, him a car. Continues to Wow. He now has 14 points, which is tied for second all time by points in the playoff year by a rookie defenseman. Traing, trailing only Al McInnis and Glen Wesley 1984 in 1988 and what round area where and be second round of the postseason. Here's a one timer attack is back, Jack. Return it now. 13 game point streak that ties him with Messi and O R. And now all eyes are on the backup goaltender on the Stars bench as Nathan MacKinnon put the avalanche up by 3 7.5 to go in the first period. No. You look at this. Dallas is point of view. Did you bring the dog back in? This was supposed to be a rest night for him on back to back games, and it would not be arrested there. Seven minister seven half minutes to go. That would be a long night's work if you brought him back in But Bishop has not looked sharp so far in this hockey game. There's a slow motion replay of Ben Bishop. With his head towards the ceiling and his eyes closed. And I believe That Rick Bonus has taken his time out for the Dallas Stars. Shots are 16 to 3 in favor of the Avalanche. They also have a three nothing lead. It's a complete Ying yang from last night, Except it went the Dallas Stars way and now for the coaching staff. You're worried just about tonight. But is there a little piece of you in the back here by going Where? Wass this last night? How can we do with last night? And this night that seems to be impossible. Time out, is complete face off at center ice, and it's one by the avalanche. You send a deep gash, Who's out there? Load Logan O'Connor, trying to make life difficult for the Dallas Stars. Two goals 41 seconds apart for the Avalanche First day was very costly from Renton and in the car. Then it was mechanic with his eighth goal, the postseason from Comfort and Ryan Graves. No credit, sir. Brought to you by Credit Union of Denver. They're smart like you smart like you dot com. Now it's Belmar in his own zone..

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"kalma" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

Papa Phd Podcast

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"kalma" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

"They said so. I really understood what he says. It's not I'm not just trusting my life because his Ryan to here, she a scientist, but because I I understood it spoke to me and I can relate to that, and this is very important, not yet thority arguments but empathy argument. This is super important than the work you're doing produce the using Spanish the times when you've classes to this to help them engage better language. It's completely different if I have to. If I can't do the course in Portuguese or I have to do it in English. English because I have foreigners because it blurring their over here and is completely different you all the body language changes in the way you you contacts. You allies your your science. If you're talking your motherland rich, or you're talking in English, it's completely different, and it's very interesting to see that happening, so I really think the work you're doing request super, super, important and using language. Sorry David I lost your question because i? Really wanted to react to this. You make a really good point and I can only imagine because Monica was talking about running. An ironman every day and I'm sure that this groundwork must be very very taxing and eventually very rewarding, but right now. It must be tiring for sure because this is. But the question the question was. Changing adapting the messaging versus bringing up the scientific literacy yet, that's that's that's a huge challenge. Because of course, there's the question of the language the empathy, but you have to be very clear on this word means. This is not something else, so we have to find any librium. You know, so it's. It's sometimes when I'm coaching. Scientists on how he or she can talk about that, too generally necessity Can we say? Say? That can different way no I really need to use this word the NSA. Okay, you use that word, you explain what it means because otherwise people will not get it because there are so many words that we use in I'm talking general words now like risk, people listened to risk, and they think of danger when scientists talk about three square talking about probabilities so sometimes just framing it differently is is the. With his talk about fury's people think it's just an idea and may time series are proven. Like theory of evolution. Okay So we have to remember, sometimes, we was the words. Views have different things for the. Are Listening to us, but other times we really need to use those words like I'm talking about might Andrea. I have to use the word Mexican veatch than I have to explain what might the country is, and then I can continue using it, and sometimes again continued to sing my Tundra Kalma. The the organs inside the cell gives me energy you know. It's challenging. It's challenging. It's challenging. MONICO. Do you have an idea of how things are going in terms of education basic education? From kindergarten to? In Puerto Rico in terms of scientific literacy. I know there's a lot of. A lot of. Accent that is being put on steam. And stem. How're things? DOWN IN PUERTO! Rico going in that sense. What's what's the next generation going to look like when something like Kofi the hits thirty years from now? On, I don't know. You, know one thing I, wanted to add to watch run I was saying is when you're communicating, your audience is always always have to center your audience. It's never about you as a communicator is always about your audience, so you always have to beat began from ablaze of respect and empathy for the audience. So when you're thinking about the words that I'm going to choose you don't have you shouldn't think about you know. What is it that I want to say is? Why does this matter to my audience? Audience, how do I frame it? How do I present it in a way that they're going to be able to understand it to use the information? You know you can have different objectives. It's really really important to start from a place of respect. You should never underestimate the intelligence of your audience, but you should never estimate how much they know about a subject I mean, and that is true for scientists to abolish by training, and if a physicist who starts talking to me as if they were talking colleague, they're gonNA. I'M NOT GONNA. Get it I understand the language I don't understand jargon and so that's something I wanted to mention in terms of. Of Literacy and education goal I. Mean we're not really fair great I don't I don't remember the numbers from the top of my head, but in chunks of proficiency levels in science and mathematics, which is what usually measured. We're not doing great and You know one of the areas in which husband focusing on has been. How do we? Improve! Scientific, education, how do we improve scientific literacy by bringing the process of science to the classrooms? We have we. We partner scientists web teachers to to do this and so there there are a lot of deficiencies in that sense in Puerto Rico, but that is something. We are trying to address through some of our programs and. We'd like join I have great admiration for any any projects like that in countries where maybe the race starting from from a little, a little bit back, compared to other places and and Kudos for being on the ground, and trying to get the children to learn to be more informed citizens, and then eventually to have to be more able to be skeptical about wrongful information, and Cetera when when the time comes. And now for a short message. If. You preparing to launch your podcast, you may be asking yourself what hosting platform to use. I launched Papa. 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"kalma" Discussed on TrapCracker Radio Uncensored

TrapCracker Radio Uncensored

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"kalma" Discussed on TrapCracker Radio Uncensored

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Addiction in Isolation

Coronavirus: Fact vs Fiction

06:42 min | 2 years ago

Addiction in Isolation

"After weeks of isolating ourselves to stop the spread of Corona virus. Many of US still haven't been able to settle into a new routine. I know I've had a hard time with it myself. That kind of disruption can take a toll especially for those who are in the process of trying to make a change in their lives like getting sober when I was first getting so far That was instilled in me and the head a regimen at certain meetings that I went to I went Kalma sponsor on a daily basis and once. That routine was set. It really helped it become second nature so that it didn't become a chore. That's Anthony Be. We agreed not to use his last name to protect his privacy. Anthony is an alcoholic who has been in recovery for seven years when he was in the throes of addiction. Most of his substance abuse took place at home alone. I know for me. I didn't need to be in a club or a bar or anything like that. I could just be in my house and stop off at the liquor store and And on the House with so many people isolating during this pandemic on their own. Anthony worries that those who struggle with substance abuse are especially vulnerable. So imagine someone who has just recently gotten sober and has been going to meetings and then all of a sudden now. They're just in the house. The place where everything happened here. Walking around that I'm looking oh That's where I used to put a bottle or oh look at the glasses. Anthony is no longer able to attend his regular alcoholics anonymous meetings in person so he's joined the meetings online over zoom. The interesting part about it for me was Having people check in from Australia the UK. Louisiana North Dakota Virginia. I mean it was all over and so- instantly for me I felt connected like okay. This is how we're GONNA do it. This is what we're GONNA do to get us through. You know this period. But here's the thing. Connecting online may not be enough for everyone doctrine. Nora Volkoff is the director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse at the National Institutes of health. Pretty early on Dr Volkov became concerned. About how this pandemic would affect those struggling with substance abuse. I started to worry it in February but it wasn't really until March that I started to recognize how devastating these could be to individuals that have problems with substance abuse as Cova. Nineteen patients fill hospitals all over the country. Doctor Volkov says it is imperative that healthcare workers prevent this stigma surrounding addiction from influencing how they administer care they are discriminated on the basis that the belief that people do this themselves and therefore you have to own the consequences to your own choices and in fact this is something that patients will tell you that. Have a problem with drugs and why they don't like to go see a doctor or go to the hospital because they are mistreated addictions that one of the most stigmatize. If not the most stigmatized disease. Fortunately she says there have been some changes to the way care is provided for those with substance use disorders down health has exploded and it has been incorporated into everyday practice so rapidly. Dr Volkov adds that treatment for drug addiction however has been especially challenging many of the Methadone clinics are closing their doors. On limiting the number of patients that can go in normally. Methadone can only be prescribed after an in-person evaluation and must be taken in the clinic but now some Methadone clinics are making it easier to get multiple doses of the medication and to be able to take it at home so these changes give us a different perspective of how we may be able to treat people that are addicted to drugs while also forcing us to see the issues that we need to solve address. It's not just illicit substances that pose a threat during this pandemic but legal ones as well because covert nineteen impacts the lungs the food and Drug Administration has advised that those who smoke cigarettes may be at increased risk and have worse outcomes from the virus and while there isn't any data showing how the pandemic has impacted rates of alcohol use disorder. People do appear to be buying a lot of alcohol. According to Nielsen sales of Alcoholic Beverages increased fifty five percent in the last week of March compared to the same time last year. That may be partly as a result of liquor stores being deemed essential businesses in most states and while there has been some criticism of that designation. Dr Volkov points out that having access to alcohol could in some situations be safer for alcoholics. Eve you are addicted to alcohol. And you don't have access to alcohol. And you go to withdraw. That's extremely severe. You can literally die from alcohol withdrawal but Anthony be who's been in recovery for seven years worries about the temptation for people who are still struggling. My first instinct was like damn that sucks. You know. There's definitely some people out there that are suffering and I feel for them when I see Liquor Stores Open. I hope they realize that. That's not an essential but I don't know that that's going to happen. The World Health Organization recently issued a statement saying excessive drinking can weaken the immune system and they recommended limiting access to alcohol during this pandemic. Of course it's one thing to discourage people from excessive substance use during this uncertain time and another to make sure they have the support. They need to do so. Anthony has a simple suggestion for anyone who's currently having a hard time. Pick up the phone. If people are really into the whole technology thing just call people. It makes such a different. And what's what's interesting. Is that if I call someone? It helps them more than it helps me. I'm calling because I want to stay sober. But they'll say thank you for calling me because I was going through X Y and Z. And they might call somebody else. Dealing with addiction is enormously difficult under any circumstance. And we don't want to minimize this at all dealing with it during a pandemic adds a whole new set of challenges

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"kalma" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

The BBQ Central Show

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"kalma" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

"More information or to purchase you can also buy from Amazon Dot Com if you want a little fledgling website bans on and George rejoins us here George thanks for hanging with me through the break there and we get back to some more Burger Talk we were talking about Smash Burger. Let me tie that up here because I've seen some of your videos rose and the picture you sent me to us here on the video. Size has a lot of onions on them. Is that a personal preference or is that a requirement euro summation a little bit of both I guess but it is that's actually what I make. When I do events maker called the Oklahoma Fried Onions Burger then only came about because everyone cookbook about three or four year three years ago and someone said to me well he could come on the show and you know equally TV show make a burger. We'll get you make five segment. I thought we'll be the Best Bang Bang for their buck and it became the Burger which is a smash burger goes back to the nineteen twenties in central of Kalma actually typically a place called Pellegrino of Homa but they do they actually take equally sized you know equally sized wad of thin slice sweet onion and they smashed into a ball of beef and it cooks kind of intermingled and mixes the beef griefs awesome caramelizes on the edges and gets soft little It's pretty incredible. I mean it's a it's one of those burgers. I I believe has the psalmist greater this parts for sure. There's no question in by still fighting this burger that say goodbye what what what's the sauce. What's the secret. What are your seasonings and there's nothing it's literally five ingredients. Only the BUN beef cheese salt and onion. That's it sometimes simplicity is the most complex of flavors right but what exactly what I think because you know my job is to make sure the people are not just getting your life but they're also getting historically accurate burger. They're actually enjoying something that is not just open that I made up with my own and I've got the special blend of spices whatever else no but my job is to.

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"kalma" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"kalma" Discussed on The Big 98

"Free to sing along the big ninety eight ninety Nashville's number one for new country. It's always good to wake up and laugh. Number one for new country. That you think I'm sitting. Alone. That. News. We go. I'm getting. Being. Birgit Kalma bowl, a surgical hopes they said you. Girl. We. I'm getting. She's monitoring. We'll play name that laugh. Play you celebrity laughed. Guess who it is? Amy gonna play against each other. I was going to.

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"kalma" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"kalma" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Want to name the song cone, comma, he sounds like informer, do you? Remember, what snow is up to? And then he probably had to pull out the white pages. Because like when was the last time we got in touch with snow and he's listed in the white pages as snow the informer. Yeah. That is great. World's CLYDE ING. Yeah. But you know, I like the bait and you can dance to it. It's a little bit that reggae tone. Like, I like it. I know. Yes. Now, there's another song that dropped that. I have not yet heard. But I keep on seeing it in headlines. I think I'm a verse who. Listening to anything from the new Madonna album because of what's her name again. Madam x that Amax stone that we heard that earlier this week, Madonna, she's been teasing that she's been working on new music, and we finally learned Vietnam Instagram that her new project is called Madame x the name of the album is Madam x she is Madame Xs a character, she's taking on who is the you know, the old. It's carbon sandiego. She's it's the sexy carbon sandiego. Yeah. Is what it is. The has it don't count. Well. We don't know for sure we don't she hasn't been that visitor. Okay. However does have a new song. She does have a new song. And I can never say the name again. Thank you, welcome. It's very difficult for me some time, but thank you very much. So that's the name of the new song. And she has done the thing that Madonna always does Madonna for the past fifteen years Madonna likes to latch onto the hot young thing of the moment. He did that back in the day with Britney Spears me against the music. She started doing it around. Then then she did the one song, Justin Timberlake. She's done that with Nikki Moniz. She's done that with M. I a anyways in the grand tradition of Madonna pairing up the hot young thing. She is teamed up with Colombian artists Maluwa he is hot hot hot. I mean, he is not bad to look at either. So and also she's doing the Reagan tone thing. Yeah. So let's listen to a little bit of Madonna and Malul under not hot new track. More. I mean, I don't hate it. I mean, it's got nice beat. I feel like there's a there's a it's empty, right? There's emptiness to it. Like, I feel like she sort of phoned that. I was getting from it. I was way too. You know, what the problem is? We listen to those backwards. We should have started with that one in bed. Like, if you that was okay, you should hear this. And then played the snow one. Okay. Let's pretend we did it that way. Okay. You thought that was okay. You should hear this new track from daddy. Yankee Katy Perry and snow. Oh my gosh. It's called cone Kalma here. It is. Never going to get. Right. Around. Sean. I'm excited about this. I'm so excited about it. I mean everybody I I don't know how fast you can download this song..

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"kalma" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"kalma" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Maybe you're in the market for a new car shopping around for a good deal. Good experience d that's hard to find. By the way, you're always getting the runaround at the dealerships until you go to ceremony Ford run by my main, man Sohail. He's just all about giving the customer the best experience and deal available like the opportunity to Lisa. It's a pardon me. A new two thousand eighteen Ford echoes sport SE for just one hundred eight bucks a month plus tax phenomenal deal right there on the Ford echoes sport. SE twenty eight thousand eight hundred eighty eight due at signing zero security deposit and government fees and taxes for thirty six months on approved above average credit with ten thousand five hundred miles per year. Again, the echo sport. It's loaded with all the options. And conveniences you you want other sink three navigation review camera push button start. There's too many to list, but you get the idea, and that's only a sermon. Ford. And by the way, so hill is also brought back the twenty one thousand nine hundred ranger that's available at ceremony Ford right now to get in their test drive one. If you like you can do that online, set up an appointment ceremony four dot com, but go on in their give so a high five, and then just walk out of there with the best deal in the bay ceremony. Kalma Daly city or ceremony four dot com. From the Toyota fan zone. Wouldn't it be nice to win? A pair of tickets to Phil Collins still not dead yet tour on Thursday October seventeenth at chase center. Number seven now two four one five eight nine six to win this parrot tickets. Furnished by live nation wide on sale Friday, March twenty ninth at ten AM at livenation dot com from the Toyota band zone. Toyota. Let's no place..

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"kalma" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"kalma" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Have a nice trip. Twist Twitter is the missed with though the weird clown from its stalking you. That's what Twitter is really where you're going. But you're going to end up with a stake through your heart. Oh, you fly a lot. Tony. Are you getting on a max eight Boeing seven thirty-seven anytime soon? Are you last two I've done where Airbus's I think three twenty one is what I want to say, I have a friend a oh, a communal friend a man. Our we we all here at the station. Utilize the same. Kalma life coach. We'll call him a life coach consultants. Yes, he was on Amax eight this morning. Oh, really? Max eight this morning, and he's like, listen, if if if we land I'll give you a callback. He said if it's really no joke, and they run the numbers. It's kinda fascinating the 737 line from Boeing has been around for forever to mainstay. It has made them. It has taken sixty one million flights all around the globe. And the accident rate is point two per million flights point too. If you take a look at the last two accidents, it's had in the past five or six months and extrapolated out. The max eight will have four accidents per million, and it's only been five hundred thousand flights right now. Because of just got launched in two thousand seventeen the only airline or the only plane configuration to have more deaths per million flights is the concord. It's a fascinating statistic was eleven and a half. That's pretty frightening eleven and a half per vermillion. So when you take a look at point two versus four when it went in China was first to say, you know, we're going to ground these. Flights. I was like, okay that's China doing a smack around on Boeing US company. But now UK Australia, Germany Singapore. They not only are not flying them. They won't allow them to fly in their airspace. It's okay. To say, let's go back and look at this design and look at the electrical and take a look at some of those things that happen on takeoff different procedures for different parts of the flight and figure out what's going on here because it could be something that is small, but small things overlooked like the challenger would remind us lead to Harz. Did you see what Donald Trump tweeted about airplanes,.

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"kalma" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"kalma" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Multiple facilities. He has diabetes and cholesterol and blood pressure, and the Arctic stenosis and human papillomavirus and campuses are Kalma. And he was seen by dermatologists who saw the lesion the penis, and we measured about three or four centimeters. And it was biopsy. They'll get it was biopsy. The biopsy didn't show a diagnosis. And so they just send him on his way and the memory of the pal searches on revealing Ed colonoscopy, which is under revealing his weight was under fifty pounds his history of COPD knowing never smoked, and he came to me with this mess. Four centimeter mass on the inferior left side of his penis and had been seen by many doctors without a diagnosis. And what did we do? Immediately arranged to get a biopsy of this mass and the first biopsy was no good. It didn't show the cancer. Like, I said a minute ago. All biopsies are not perfect. I biopsy was no good. So we arranged her second biopsy and that second biopsy showed a squamous cancer of this man's penis. And we arranged for treatment immediately. Even though the lesion for several years, and he'd been seen by a variety of doctors. No one ever. Made the diagnosis until he came here to thirteen eighty four Broadway. We saw him. We evaluated him took action to get the biopsy performed and then to offer all the treatment. Whether he wanted to amputation of his penis or to save the penis. Well, of course, this smash and say a chorus, but this man like probably most men when given the choice between removing the penis, amputation or not shows non invasive treatment and often my talk about people come to me, removing the arm or the leg or the breast. Well, this is -nother such case where most doctors offered him a removal of the penis, and he wanted our treatment, and he's now in remission having our precise treatment. So what a difference it.

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"kalma" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

05:26 min | 3 years ago

"kalma" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Actually in the car looking at the Y, right? I didn't know how to turn the heat on anything. But I had to wait. Wait. Take a nap. He was really sweet. He was he was in rapid eye movement. Wow. Righty? So beat my dating horror story went out on a date. They walked to beat Cadillac Margarita or something. And fell asleep on the date. Studied would normally when you wake up you're like how long was I sleep for like an hour and a half. I was just got a car services. When I you know, what I'm just gonna go to thirty percent of emails mad. Alrighty, so beat my dating horror story, y'all hit us up eight six six two four six eight nine two three. That's eight six six two four six eight nine to three flip deniro, leave me alone. Big boy. How did you never? Lady. Chummy treasury down. Plenty I dig digging budget deli. Off. Goes. Doc. Real already know that. I'm inhales the kitchen within a cabinet. The loudest, my weakness. So all my lever scale Williamson's in forgiveness. What goes around comes around like hula-hoop? Kalma is is up just may show. Beautiful. I'm dangling. The pay attention pay me. No. This incident. I went and field. Oh. At the. Ray charles. She is starting to. Tell me baby. Outshoot for a second squeezer. We didn't take off and go anywhere baby. Not. Bag so she'd wow. Maybe. Yeah. Failing game, right? Yeah. Right. Fame, right. Ninety two three. Elliot's new hope for hip hop. Big ones neighborhood. Beat my dating horror story. Went out with a guy who fell in love within five minutes at the table. Sweating the enforce that he did not get possibly on. Molly. Angelique get a sub guy fell asleep on a date. They would you know, he fell asleep for like an hour and a half they walked on the beach. Had a few drinks. He got in a car any fell asleep. She waited an hour and a half before she woke him up. Hit us up beat my dating horror story. Let's bring reintroduce neighborhood breed. Halo. Hello there. Breathe. Breathe breathe. My dating horror story. Okay. So just a regular trip are derogatory ticket in Walpole. To Popeye's chicken. And then from there we went to go some place in. He said in the car he came back outside where like five.

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"kalma" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"kalma" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"Find you to lock you up. The way round Ellie ran oh. On the earns winter at rope hellfire. Sits either one is hot superheroes. Small Villers air version finding out on Twitter interest indoor Instagram marriage. Classics are still the best. All right. Thank you for joining us for another episode of. Oh. I mean Kalma Capers. Working. Here's a few things from the little Little Women in biggest drinkers more. Now hellfire. Referenced wanting to watch. Verse. But only if you hear me. Over. That's all right. Join us next time for the big Kisa makeup session or whole fires are. Thanks..

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"kalma" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:20 min | 3 years ago

"kalma" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Yeah. If I said we sat down to breakfast, and we had French toast, comma, ham, and eggs karma. I said, yes, oatmeal cry right? And and and then and then you have very clear list. And you know, what belongs to what what doesn't want. Okay. You have a great sentence in here that I'm gonna read also displaying why the serial comma or the series, comma might be very helpful. So this is the Nelson Mandela sentence the famous Nelson Mandela Fenton famous sentence. Everybody drags it out in conversations about the use of the series. Calm. I can't remember the first time I encountered it. And and and I was trying very hard not to use it in in my book because I've seen it so frequently, but I thought, oh, you know, let's just drag it out one more time. Okay. I'm dragon. Okay. Let's drag here haircuts highlights of his global tour include encounters with Nelson Mandela, comma, an eight hundred year old demi-god and a dildo collector. Okay. So the only comma we have there as after Nelson Mandela, okay, what's confusing about that sentence? Well, the way the sentences constructed with just that one calm. I it suggests that you are identifying beyond the comma after Nelson Mandela that he is the next two things you are you are mentioning so Nelson Mandela is indeed a demi-god and a dildo collector, guess if you change to highlights of his global tour include encounters with Nelson Mandela, comma and eight hundred year old demi-god, comma and a dildo collector has act it's almost better. And it's one of the reasons I will say this sentence is not a good defense of the series, comma, because adding the series comet does not entirely clarify, it some sentences can't simply be repopulated. They need to be reordered or reconstructed. So that they can make better sense. And I think that if you for instance, change that. Highlights of his tour included encounters with an eight hundred year old demi-god karma. A dildo collector Kalma and Nelson Mandela at long last. I think we can be pretty certain. We all understand that. We are speaking about three different things. Okay. Is there a? Yeah. This is why this is what I do all day. You have a chapter of rules not to take too seriously. So one of those is like never use the passive tense. So before you explain why sometimes okay to use the passive tense. Explain what the passive has the passive voice is too disinclined. The thing that is performing the action in the sentence. As for instance, can I give you my favorite example of the passive tense. Does exactly what you're saying all of well, at least many of the pharmaceutical ads on TV have that tag at the end, you know, about what the side effects are. But it's in the past tense. So it's like, nausea, diarrhea headache, broken bones, heart attack, difficult, breathing, breathing and sudden death may occur. So like, there's no person responsible for this. There's no drug being cited that's responsible for the. It's like these things may occur may occur. Totally pass and gets the pharmaceutical company kind of off the hook. We're not saying the drug causes it. We're just saying like, hey, this might happen. Who knows why? I mean, I think, you know, a classic example of passive voice. And it's it's it's very Weasley. And you shouldn't say it mistakes were made. Yes. By whom? Yes. Can somebody take some responsibility? Here. I made a mistake. You made a mistake. It needs a person they're having made the mistake. But every now, and then there's nothing particularly wrong with the passive voice. If you are simply for instance, trying to establish a situation who's who's actor whose performer, you don't know. The refrigerator door was left open. That is simply that's an observation. The refrigerator door left open. You're you're not necessarily trying to say who did it you are simply observing that something occurred. And you're you're you can't say who did it because you don't know. And if you say if you say someone left the refrigerator door open, then all of a sudden, we're no longer simply observing situation where pointing a finger at somebody. So you don't want to take the agency. You don't wanna take the actor out of all sentences. But every now, and then you're simply attempting to describe the situation and the person who did it is not particularly relevant or not particularly important. My guest is Benjamin dryer the copy chief at Random House, an author of the new book dryers English and utterly correct. Guide to clarity and style. We'll talk more after a break, and we'll hear from Judy Garland's daughter Lorna left who's written a book about the history of a star is born with the main. Focus on the nineteen fifty four version which starred her mother, I'm Terry gross. And this is fresh air..

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"kalma" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"kalma" Discussed on KTOK

"Very lengthy checklist or her we created an action plan. Honestly, when she did get this plan, and I prefaced it with sit down have a glass of wine because we're going to help you navigate this unseemingly impossible task she had ahead of her. Because again, she had lost her husband. She was so she's single. She owns her own home. She wants to relocate this is overwhelming to someone that is doing this on their own. So putting together a checklist, but knowing that she had a partner that you guys. I never expected you to help me go through all of these different things. I thought y'all just handled my investments, and that was the deciding factor in why it was that. I know that she selected us is because we understood her needs, and we were gonna we assured her, and we were there every single step of the way. I mean when she. She found this new home, and she told me, Victoria. I just don't think I can afford this. And I was so happy to to hurt. Yes. Jane, we can let me show you how this is gonna work, and we put together a plan and she had confidence knowing because we brought in the right partners for her to show her how to make sure all of this happened, and it happened like clockwork in every single piece of this puzzle. Well, we all prayed around here about it. Because it was so time sensitivity was okay. This has got to happen. And then immediately this has got to happen, and this has got to happen. So this over here has to happen. So this can happen. And and here's the things that it was a full team effort. I mean when when you had to go out of town on business or something Shelley, and I were back you're making sure that okay? We got the people on the other side the need this. And, you know, everybody even the dog, you need the money, they need when they it's kind of like minorities, I going on the way I the way I look at it is this, you know, think of yourself as maybe you're no Kalma city thunder fan. Okay. Most of our most of you listening. Probably are okay. And then. One day you wake up in the morning, and you hear oh such and such player has joined the thunder or Russell Westbrook has just signed an extension to be with the thunder. And you think oh, wow. That was cool. What you don't know is that for weeks behind the scenes there have been phone calls and emails in secret meetings. And all this stuff has been going on strategy make this happen to make it. So that you wake up one day, and you open the Oklahoma and you read. And that's what our clients are like, wow. What's what's been going on where you people been doing behind my back? It's like it's been all for you, baby. And they're reminds me of a story where we're story that we're working on right now for a client in that is about we just sent these two different parties emails about this is what's been going on on your behalf because people don't realize an and we do our best here to communicate what's going on. So that everybody feels like, oh, it's happening. I just don't see it because I've got this whole huge team of people. And this one lady we met with this last week lovely woman. And she said really, I thought there was just the two of you. And we started telling oh, Honey, we just don't want to meet with the whole team. There's hundreds of people there are people in LA. There's people in New York, California in New York in Houston. And now there's a team of people that we have in the way the world works right now is that you don't have to sit in a room and trust me. Me. You don't want to talk to them. All you want the go-to person. Like, I go to you. And I want you to tell me what everybody's doing. We told her we can pullbacks occurs. And if you'd like to.

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"kalma" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"kalma" Discussed on KOMO

"Through this Kalma can commute certainly know it. It's a construction don't here, and it's been a bad spot. For crashes this being at least the sixth involving a bin truck in the last several months. Some drivers I've spoken to the last. Couple of weeks of told me the lanes are too narrow you can't see the striping, and I spoke to one man who said he thinks also people are going to fast is everybody merges together. Jonah petits was state patrol says it's a combination of things through here. But obviously, we've got constant construction. We've got limited shoulder and especially with cold and wet weather conditions. Like we have today. So important, and we're stressing that drivers vigilant and make sure that they're paying attention and doing everything they can to get home safe. It was a three and a half hour closure in both directions. Tom is everybody rerouted into the collector distributor lanes had to clean up. A larger diesel fuel still. There was also a secondary accident in the northbound lanes, thankfully, just minor injuries. Both directions were back open by seven AM reporting live. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news X. Carleen the prison inmate commits murder while already serving life without parole. What's the penalty? That's what a state lawmaker wants to know he proposes reviving the death penalty for murder behind bars. See Senator Keith Wagner says Byron Scherf is exhibit number one was on death row for the two thousand eleven aggravated murder of corrections. Officer Jamie Bendall as shirts own attorney told the court surface admitted that he killed miss Bendel. It's a question of whether this was something that he planned to do the court found the crime was indeed premeditated. But last fall the state supreme court declared the death penalty unconstitutional. And commuted all death row sentences to life in prison now Wagner, Republican from cedar Willie is sponsoring a Bill to reinstate the death penalty in cases, like sheriffs Wagner, Chelsea Everett herald, there must be consequences for incarcerated individuals who commit murder state. Senator Jamie Peterson stands in the way, he's chair of the Senate law and Justice committee. He says Wagner's Bill will not receive a hearing. Peterson tells the herald, quote, I don't have any interest in trying to re institute the death penalty. Corwin hake. Komo news. A new trial is underway after another murder and the homeless encampment known as the.

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