23 Burst results for "Kenai"

"kenai" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

06:46 min | 11 months ago

"kenai" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Down so that you can't come in with three thousand dollars in just dominate. Everybody okay. There is a cap and these are smaller table is. This is a one dollar to dollar. Betting table are you at a disadvantage paying a hundred dollars when somebody else is paying three hundred dollars. Maybe but i'm at an advantage. Because i haven't been drinking there my entire twelve hours. Even though it's ten in the morning addo no like ooh the math. I mean i. I do think some of them are making back their money on booze because holy shit but No you're not really because they're they're even push push you but what a what a bunch of characters at the table as usual Of course. I'm a little bit nervous but that nervousness some just kind of Makes people back off me. That's why i think. I'm good in the beginning because i knew you know. They don't know the moves on making and then i think they learn where my fears are and even though they're trashed. I am a trashy player. So my hands shake got a nervousness and people like oh. He's clever he's doing something clever They don't know how to read me the epilepsy. They give you so much credit upfront. Like oh she did that. There was one guy who was upset with me. I don't know how many rounds of poker after he's like he kept turning to me and going you at the king right do. It's been like ten hands in the he'll turn to somebody else go. She had her she. You had to have it right in the like. Oh my god. I don't want to answer you. Because i know you're learning everything about me and i'm already at a disadvantage because you're clearly here every day. It was a guy who sat down and he goes on while kenai and she goes. I know you wanna move to that seat. When it's open. I will let you go to that seat. I know you like. He's like well. Because i know it's because you see better from over there i got you. Were just gonna have to wait until it's open and down and we're talking about like They know people so well and that means that. The gamblers knows the dealers. Well too so this one guy was getting like more and more angry and he was like you to the dealer. Always you every time you sit down. This is what happens to me. Like he's just getting me he's like an they know just to behave enough because they will get kicked out of their favourite and only thing that they ever do in life so they know so. He throws the chips on the table. But you throw and shit. It's like it's new control chips on the table not hurting anybody. But you see frustration. And he's just getting more mad because he's losing bets that it's like while you really did have a good hand. This person happened. You just had bad luck. I'll be back for back four. Yeah and dealers change. I think every twenty minutes partially because of this because different people believe in different dealers luck and so by the time. Ask the guys getting up collecting his shit. Too guys like always you. I know it's you. It's you every single time. I have the worst hands and the war slug and he's so glad to be rid of this dealer holy shit i can't leave but it's you yet right right. You can leave a twenty minutes this debts. You're my god. These people don't get up to p. even and There was like a couple at our table and they're both getting like more and more drunk and every time they lose a hand They say. I guess we're not eating tonight or like a guess or walking home and it was just their jokes because they think they're staying in a hotel but they're re buying two hundred at a time and going like now this is it now. I feel maala changing whatever and you know. That's a fight later because they're at the same ti- role holding shit just crazy. They play at the same table. I'll you know what we tried that. Too we were playing. Because you you just get put at the tables that are open so could have just been the next opening or you have to wait another twenty minutes to play your favorite only game in the whole world. This woman was boasting that she has sat down for more than twenty four hours at a table without taking a poker break. Maybe do peer. Whatever but do you ever give look link. Don't play this one. Trust me no. So that's the thing we played at separate tables and then one time they put us at a table together. And i thought maybe would be weird or with people found out that we're together that we saw were i could see. He's at extra not looking at me so like not even are but at the same time. They all know each other everybody who sits down like. Hey bob been awhile. I saw you the catskills last time. We'll oh there's poker tables at the catskills. Yeah we go there like every week or every other week. Every wednesday night is a one two and the three four and baba blind. We're like they talk about who's gonna go to seven eleven to nine hundred throws shit around. I just did it yesterday. Bob and then as this guy one of the guy in the couple. He's getting more and more drunk so he thinks that he's being nicer and nicer so the waitresses who i mean are at their nicest. They're just very regular like. Oh i know your drink you know. They give as much accommodation with like people just barking at them and used to walk around by the way for being twenty twenty one they walk around like playboy bunnies still right were they all just upper level. I guess but it's it's the most modest version of what you're describing. But it is what you're describing. Yeah but he. He thinks now. He's the most gracious person on earth. So she gives him the drink and he goes. You know what thank you. And she's like you'll welcome so and so whatever his name is and he's like no thank you and he's like she goes shirt thing and goes. No i just wanna take like I just wanna take time. I know that you're running around. And you've law blind took. Do they work on tips. Just fucking tip me and then now. He's doing that extra every time she comes around and now she. You know you have to do that. Cut off point where you're talking to someone who's not there so you know you could just walk away and keith. You've said that before. There comes a certain time in the night where you could literally just walk away while. Someone's talking yeah. Somebody's describing a story for the fifteenth time. And and then. I'll finish the story and then that'll wake them up. You would think it doesn't last. They're not amazed that i'm a mind reader and i picked up the karratha station and they didn't have the car that you filled out online. And and they have the car. I feel that on and then you got in a car crash because and you forgot to check the box about insurance and you check the box. And i'm like is it this blowing your mind then literally. Just leave and for a second. They'll have a hiccup and then they'll find another person right because they reset reset.

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"kenai" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:27 min | 11 months ago

"kenai" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"When you say that anxiety for you comes from i mean these sounds like cliches because you hear this but it's obviously true. We all deal with the stuff one way or the other and it has to do with. Were living outside of god's plan right. God says be anxious for nothing. Bring me your problems. But don't get anxious and stuff but a lot of people think like being anxious almost like virtue instead of a sin they kind of act like well anxious because i care but scriptures says no. There's there's another way that to me is what you're surrendered. Yes sounds like is that basically. Yeah yeah because we can white knuckle and really that just becomes control. 'cause control is the opposite of surrender right like we're trying to take matters back into our own hands. We're trying to fight against maybe the sadness or the longing Maybe the disappointment and yet choosing instead release those things to god and go god. I just asked that you'd heal my broken heart right a heel. The fact that. I'm that things didn't turn out the way. I thought they wouldn't help me. Choose to actually accept that so that that can be a that pain can actually become purpose because the thing is is all of us are suffering from some thing. That doesn't look the way we planned. It and kobe is a great example of that on a global scale and so our our response is about okay. There are agency there is agency we do have when we win and be give these things back to god and we trust him ago. What little corner of the world that. I live in kenai fx change through hope. Because when you think about it in scripture it says suffering produces character character produces faith and faith produces hope and so in the end even the life looked exactly like we thought we still get the opportunity to share hope. And i think that's been the journey for me of i can push against anxiety. I can fight it I can try to control it. And control is just masking. Fear or i can open my hands to god. I can surrender and release these things back to me back to him. Excuse me and like you said when he says be anxious for nothing he gives us a tool right in that verse how to be anxious for nothing. It's not just stopping anxious right. If we could we would do that. But he's saying with prayer and petition with thanksgiving. Give me your request and my peace will flood your

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Surrendering Your Anxiety to God With Author Rebekah Lyons

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:27 min | 11 months ago

Surrendering Your Anxiety to God With Author Rebekah Lyons

"When you say that anxiety for you comes from i mean these sounds like cliches because you hear this but it's obviously true. We all deal with the stuff one way or the other and it has to do with. Were living outside of god's plan right. God says be anxious for nothing. Bring me your problems. But don't get anxious and stuff but a lot of people think like being anxious almost like virtue instead of a sin they kind of act like well anxious because i care but scriptures says no. There's there's another way that to me is what you're surrendered. Yes sounds like is that basically. Yeah yeah because we can white knuckle and really that just becomes control. 'cause control is the opposite of surrender right like we're trying to take matters back into our own hands. We're trying to fight against maybe the sadness or the longing Maybe the disappointment and yet choosing instead release those things to god and go god. I just asked that you'd heal my broken heart right a heel. The fact that. I'm that things didn't turn out the way. I thought they wouldn't help me. Choose to actually accept that so that that can be a that pain can actually become purpose because the thing is is all of us are suffering from some thing. That doesn't look the way we planned. It and kobe is a great example of that on a global scale and so our our response is about okay. There are agency there is agency we do have when we win and be give these things back to god and we trust him ago. What little corner of the world that. I live in kenai fx change through hope. Because when you think about it in scripture it says suffering produces character character produces faith and faith produces hope and so in the end even the life looked exactly like we thought we still get the opportunity to share hope. And i think that's been the journey for me of i can push against anxiety. I can fight it I can try to control it. And control is just masking. Fear or i can open my hands to god. I can surrender and release these things back to me back to him. Excuse me and like you said when he says be anxious for nothing he gives us a tool right in that verse how to be anxious for nothing. It's not just stopping anxious right. If we could we would do that. But he's saying with prayer and petition with thanksgiving. Give me your request and my peace will flood your

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"kenai" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"kenai" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"Hello welcome back to the show. My name is matt. My name is knoll. they called me. Ben we're joined as always with our super producer. Paul mission control deck. And most importantly you are you you are here and that makes this the stuff they don't want you to know we're going on a journey today. Fellow conspiracy realist. We are traveling too far north. We're headed to alaska. We are looking for a town. It's a place you could easily miss unless you knew exactly where you were going and you knew exactly what you're looking for. This is a story of disaster to story of death and some would. Have you believe it is a story of monsters. Today's question what happened to port. Lock alaska before we begin nat knoll. Ed you guys heard of this town before before. We started researching us. I had not when i first came upon the stuffing you know shared it around with everybody. I had never heard of it. I'd never even heard of the peninsula that we're gonna be talking about this. This whole area I i know nothing. I just know. it's frontier. It's alaska and i remember tiny bits of some of the history from. Do you remember that discovery show. That came out a long time ago. Then it was like it was the first fiction show. That discovery was making it was about. Alaska didn't our ceo connel burn has something to do with that back in his discovery days. I think so. I just remember i remember looking quite a bit of alaska around that time and just learning about how you think the american west as it was you know changing and as westerners were moving out to the west like how rough that was but then realizing just how tough it was to exist in alaska in the in those earlier times Seventeen hundred eighteen hundreds even the early nineteen hundreds. Well what was the impetus to settle out. There been like it seemed like so inhospitable was there was it about establishing trade or were there resources to exploit or a combination. Yeah both and then later. It became important and remains important geopolitical barrier during the days of the cold war alaska. Very very close to russia right and so it behooves the us at least in their calculations to have something between their continent and russia. This this place is inhospitable. it is still dangerous. Will probably alluded to this a couple times in today's episode but a few years back paul mission control night traveled to alaska in a believe was the first time for both of us. This was in the production of a show called missing in alaska which also centers around a mystery in the far north and Yeah it's it's very much on the edge of the wild in a way that many residents of the us would be unfamiliar with and would would perhaps find dangerous. But where did you guys travel to when you made the chirp. Yeah we were in anchorage. Alaska that's where that's the one of the easiest places to fly in and we landed there. We were there for about two weeks. And we were gathering gathering footage gathering tape gathering interviews and paul traveled to. I don't want to say too much. Without spoiling this story but paul and our host traveled to a incredibly remote location in alaska on the open ocean and to an island searching for a plane crash. Those are the teasers. The show is available for free on your podcast platform of choice smash that like in. Subscribe button or whatever legal sick days. I guess my my point is you. You guys have personal experience. Just being in alaska though. It is a massive place and specifically On an island so like experiencing the water like the shores and the water and how frigid and how dangerous that can be. Yes so it may surprise people to know that even in the modern day Life in many parts of alaska is at the mercy of nature in the passage of the seasons so there are times where the ocean may simply be a non navigable in certain parts right and there are for instance when we were out working on this. We were racing against time because we had seasoned experts and veterans pilots captains. Who were saying. Look i've been doing this for decades. And if x y z. Don't come together before this season. Then you're gonna have to wait another year and that's just that's just the reality of living with nature in a way that many people don't nowadays because the majority of human beings live in urban areas. But this this sets the stage just going to a very brutal place. Here are the facts. Nowadays port lock or what port lock used to be the site where port lock was located is abandoned. This was once a pretty bustling hive of activity at the very edge of the frontier. It is located as you said matt on very southern edge of something called the kenai peninsula is right in the closest town is a little bitty plays about sixteen miles to the north called sell dove. chaz distinctly nordic quality to the to the name And just to give you an idea of exactly how remote this place is. Sell dough via Only has around three hundred residents there. No roads leading in or out and it can only be reached by a small plane or boat because there's obviously airport so it has to be one of those planes that land on the water. If i'm not mistaken. Yeah and the same really goes for poor chatham or port lock. Where what we're talking about here and if you look at it on a map you guys. It's if it's at the edge of nowhere there's ocean there a few islands right outside of where it is like some tiny little islands. And there's you know some state parks around it and port graham d- and then like you said sedova and that's like that's it. It's it's it's incredible to imagine that people showed up there and started work to create any kind of living quarters or even a business. Yeah and the story already gets a little bit confusing. Because this place was known as port lock and a lot of people outside of alaska outside of this region will refer to it as port lock but people who live in the area often use. The free often used the import chatham interchangeably. That's because portland is located import chatham bay but there's another nearby community called poor chatham additionally there are a ton of places named ports something or other in alaska why this sounds a little weird at first cheers why it is important to remember modern exploration of the area by which we mean after people have been living there for thousands of years modern exploration. The area depended heavily on maritime transportation of resources and people. there were no planes..

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"kenai" Discussed on Taking Care in Business

Taking Care in Business

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"kenai" Discussed on Taking Care in Business

"It's going to be as six ed curvy line But i love their their approach of of designing that life and one of the things just real quickly they advise which i think is spot on is when you're at these crossroads in trying to decide which way to go don't just model how one version of a potential reality. They advise modeling out three. And there's some real good psychology there because when you model out three what if you can start to see what's similar what's different. What really matters in those and you may end up a fourth place or sixth-place down the road but it just lets you keep in mind that you have more options than you may intuitively. Think about and when you have that open mindset that. There's a lot of new options in that syrian. Deputy may place option. That i wasn't even thinking about you're more willing to say yes and experiment and and take some chances that actually lead you someplace better than you could even imagine that. I'm gonna get that book for her. Maybe both of them the designing your life and designing your work life. Especially if there's exercises in there yes One thing that i was told by someone was to visualize kinda plays authored three or six options or whatever they have is to visualize the options like what life would be like living in that. Go into work coming home. What family how do you integrate family end of that. And i love that advice. Because as i am making decisions of any sort i do a lot of visualization. Like just seeing like what does this look like in kenai. Can i see myself in it. You know even simple things like only driving to because we're in a covered working space out or tonight say co bread working hybrid that. Hey i have any term cobra But i imagined before. I committed to that and we left her office. I visualize that being the case instead of driving downtown every day. Can i imagine working from home most days and then driving there occasionally and it really helps young in. Mvp totally agree. and i as coaches. You know we're trying to help. People visualized create vision. Boards all those kinds of things. Here's the interesting thing about that That it's all about timing. In some cases case western reserve has done some really terrific research using fm ice studies and what they found is win. We feel insecure when we're in that mindset of where we feel we're at risk or were defensive then our creative aspects the parts of our brain that that fuel the neural networks for creativity. Go offline and so when you've experienced this big trauma in life change The best way i could describe it was the screen for the future went blank in my head and i couldn't call it up..

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"kenai" Discussed on Photography Daily

Photography Daily

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"kenai" Discussed on Photography Daily

"Org art houma word. That sounds deep. So deep enough to where i'm a life preserver. That dave. I'm going to do an interview about that. You you know me. Pull not steep nail hero k. Yeah we'll drop them a line and Photographer says poor about a risk. Which i should probably should probably Feed you some context with that in terms of Well pool is herbie talk on on a couple of podcast. I'm sure about Absolutely loathing that you know when somebody when i go to a way. It's a wedding that you should not always weddings but primarily and somebody who's got a little more the falling down juice new half. Let's just say over an evening. will Click their fingers and photographer yourself over here. I wanna pitch. i grimace. Obviously inside say photographer. he says You walk through the woods with a clipboard. At cameron mike on your phone this audience. We need a selfie. Well that's the problem. Poor can't do a selfie. Kenai because i've got clipboard in one hand camera just here and i'm holding the thing that i would do cannot do a selfie with my next one hundred i'll have a go Flip out screen guy and the other way. Isn't it upset. Some people who doesn't it. Let's see cannot do selfie. Oh a note. Look just run out of batteries. It's kind of focusing but it's not sniping and you gonna believe me. I know you know you know you. Now say now. It's not nail. Don't tell us. Paul kiss well. I'm afraid it has. Yeah we'll do it. Yes i shall do one You might have to remind me pool. But i will pose can remind me every week now. Isn't he you. You mentioned the sino. Oh and on that note. By the way i must mention emails not been read yet because you might might. Sometimes i think some sometimes you work hang on. That sounds like that. Mel was written way off the mind mile. It's a bit like being in a queue at the ball and you're thinking hang up in here. I've been in five minutes and you've served him her and him him down then her all those people before me still haven't done me an sometimes it'd been holding things back because i'm thinking that kind of dovetail jigsaw Better word with something that i've go- plan coming up and sometimes i just sort of move the older around and sometimes a story pops up the athenian law must use that now in some. It's all sometimes. But i promise you just like with the first thing that you see everything everything capital e everything that you send in is Is is extremely appreciated. Very valuable on a will get to it It may take a week or two sometimes a little bit more. But i will get there right. Loss melted the week. Time whole. there's the red lion we are seriously. that is the end of this trial. And i'm going to have to go. I want to take a patriot this moment because that's important because it needs to be a story of pictures. I put up on the website but i'm going to have to return to the stupidly. I did not want just stepped in..

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"kenai" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"kenai" Discussed on Here & Now

"National parks and their least impressed visitors amber. Welcome all right. Thanks so much for having me the complaints. That folks have about national parks if they show up intern to be disappointed. Kind of fall into like several common buckets which you outlined at the start of your book. Could you run through a few of those for us. What is it that people are griping about when they go to these majestic venues. Yeah so the reviews that i focus on all kind of have to do with the scenery and the experience in nature. So within that you'll find a lot of people who complain about the exact feature. The park is known for which i kind of call. That's a feature not a bug. Those kind of reviews are people upset. That joshua tree is a desert or that they saw one humpback whale at kenai fjords which many people who visited told me they'd be over the moon to have even gotten to see. I like the complaints about the tall grass at tall grass prairie in kansas. What did you think exactly. I'm not sure what else you were expecting. But that is what it's intended to be and then somewhat related to that which is another one of my favorite kind of categories. That emerged is people who say something that is technically true but it's also kind of the most reductive way you could ever some up that park. So for example calling the grand canyon just very large hole would fall into that category. That mean takes us special level of of unimpressed to just see something so grand and so huge and just reduce it to the absolute minimal description. You could find most been real head scratcher for you. Because you're right. The the grand canyon was really the birth of your fascination with national parks back when you were just ten years old. You've been collecting these complaints about parks for a while and this is actually not entirely new phenomenon. These bad national park reviews of captured the fascination of folks for for several years but your instagram account collecting them has really taken off. Why do you think that is. I think it's pretty hard to separate the project from the pandemic at this point just because i started it just a few months before that all began and so i think a lot of us were kind of trapped in our houses unable to have the trips that we were dreaming of having and so being able to kind of laugh at the people who hated exactly what you wish you were getting to do right now was a little bit of a salve for that sadness but also i think all of us have that curmudgeon in us. That wants to complain about things. So it gives you a kind of way to even laugh at yourself a little bit. Because i've even noticed since i started the project times. We're just really wanna complain about something. And then i just laugh at myself for how ridiculous it is well. Let's talk about how we can get over. That may be impulse to complain and really get the most out of the experience particularly because there may be folks who wouldn't normally go to a national park but that's what they're doing this summer because they're not ready to hop on a plane and go to some far flung place yet and i'm thinking of actually that very first trip to the grand canyon that you write about where you and your family spent several days there and that seems to me an important detail. It's sort of like. I'm a sports fan so if i went to a baseball game to see my favorite slugger hit a home run. We'll even the best baseball players. Don't hit a home run every game that they might go a few games without hitting a home run and so if i go in with unrealistic expectations. I'm going to be disappointed. Is that one of the keys. Maybe i would have to go to several baseball games to see what maybe somebody should spend more than a few hours at a national park. Absolutely i think that's one of the bigger issues at play here I actually spoke with arranger. She answered some questions for me. Who had worked at everglades and she spoke soviet about this park and said that it's a park. That kind of whispers at you. It doesn't yell the way. That some of the grander parks. You know are more obvious about why they're a park. And so it's a place that you really need to be willing to sit and spend some time and really let it seep in. And i think that's true for a lot of parks I think people might think they're gonna just drive. In the yellowstone and immediately checkoff seeing grizzly in the distance and some vice in an all of the sort of iconic things that people have come to know yellowstone four but really to experience those kinds of things and to really understand what a place like yellowstone is requires more than just a few hours driving through it and if you do happen to potty grizzly by the way you may not be able to post it on social media right away because hey the cell signal over or the wifi service may not be so great. That's another thing that you're cautioning people against thinking that you're going to be instantly connected and there's actually value in unplugging when you do you have a new favorite amber after this project or does it all come back to the original.

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"kenai" Discussed on Teach Me Something New

Teach Me Something New

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"kenai" Discussed on Teach Me Something New

"So what's your advice to someone who who might hate their job not only discern whether they really hate it or this is just work. Yeah now well look. I mean and then you only jobs you bosses and so it is you know can be working with your boss for these. Are the things that really energize me in that. I think i'm can get even better at kenai do more of that you know versus can i. You know this other stuff. Is there someone else who enjoys doing it right. I love doing the earnings model. I hate. I'm not as good at the writing. Can i do more that. And if you're quite junior answer's no you certainly. Cannot you have to do it all and and enjoy it. Thank you sir. may i have another. I think it's worth. I actually kept almost a little book on myself in my twenties where i what do i hate. What do i love. What have i learned. What can i put up with. What am i good at. What am i not so good at. What do i think like. I sort of got to know myself bread and so my twenties i hated it. I hated investment banking. I hated everything about it. But you know at about age. Twenty nine years and eleven months after having been introspective and realized unloved the analysis. I loved the writing. I love dealing with smart people. I wanted personal responsibility. I didn't necessarily want to be part of a team. I know that's like saying. I don't like mom and apple pie. But that wasn't what energized me solving puzzles. I've always been a big. I should be a research analyst. And then i went out after it right and so just a blanket. I hate it you know. Know what what is it. What's the flip side of it. Where are you driving towards and see it as another step in the road for you. As opposed to this big dark heavy cloud of you know for sure. I agree with that too. And i as a as a manager and for anyone out there. That's a manager. I think it's the same thing. When when someone's coming to you to say like i just. I need to take a break or i'm quitting. I'm leaving obviously. There are exit interviews..

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"kenai" Discussed on Roleplay Retcon

Roleplay Retcon

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"kenai" Discussed on Roleplay Retcon

"To briefly talk about beliefs goals in issues. So that's going to be another independent thing. But i do want to touch on it so your beliefs goals in your issues Your your belief is not. It's not like it doesn't have anything to do with your religion or anything spiritual or anything like that. This your beliefs are kind of your your leading motivations. It's something that you believe about the way things work like the world around you and this your beliefs are going to. They're going to determine how you how you play how you live your life so if you believe that all people have evil inside of them then you're going to play your character Much differently than someone who believes that everyone has good inside of them right. So this is this this these are beliefs that are specific to you. And and it's what you believe about the world around you okay but when thing that we have to think about as your belief is that your belief has to directly translate into a goal so your goal is something that you do with your belief so if you believe a that there is good in everyone then maybe your goal is to find the good in seemingly thoroughly bad people and try to to bring that out of them. Try to heal them from bad so that would be your goal. I believe that there is good in everyone. therefore i will try very hard to to rehabilitate those who were seemingly evil. Or if you believe that there is if you believe that there is evil in every way and then maybe your goal is to bring justice to those who do evil all right good deal so your goal is directly based on. It's something that you can do because of your beliefs now believes also have to be able to be challenged so if your belief is is evil. Maybe i challenge this belief from you by showing you someone who is thoroughly inherently good and You have to come to terms with that or or whatever does that make sense so when you think about your beliefs in your goals you have to think about. Can this be challenged. And kenai directly act on my goals in are they directly based on my beliefs.

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The Hidden Opportunity In A 'Work-From-Anywhere' World

Trent365

02:24 min | 1 year ago

The Hidden Opportunity In A 'Work-From-Anywhere' World

"Has seen many people working from heart and as a result of that. There's an increased awareness amongst a lot of people that i'm the kenai actually work from home but i can kind of work from anywhere and the opportunity in that. Most people talk about is that companies can save money company save money on their corporate offices and overhead any structure and expenses that go along with that and of course there's the opportunity to the individual to spend more time at home with the family and get a bit more flexibility in their work life but the opportunity that i keep thinking about. Is that if you have a consumer facing or even a client facing business. There's an opportunity for you to create spaces way the people that come in to buy your products and services can also do would be to work while they imagine a scenario over the next year or so where somebody who is your customer. Just imagine if every one of those customers is someone that's been working from hun the opportunity to get out of every now and then. He's kind of a good thing for them now. If they've got to go to your store maybe by some nails at the hardware store order by some shoes at the sports store wherever they going. Whatever your businesses if they've got to go out and do that task during the day and they can also stay in your store in your retail space or your business space and work from there then that might be an opportunity for them to stay longer form a closer relationship with your brand maybe by additional products. But it's also good for them because it's a bit of the skype and even if you're in the services business i mean if you're an accounting firm or legal firm set up hot discs for people to come in and work from that spice so i think there's a big opportunity for particularly retail businesses. But really any sort of client facing business where people would come into your business to interact with you to buy a product or service. I think there's an opportunity for you to create safe spaces and nickleby hygiene covert safe and everything else but if you create those spaces kind of like co working spaces in a way if you create those spaces inside your business you might just find that you're gonna get more customers. Just come and hang out and in that hanging out the form a closer connection with your brand and presumably hopefully by some more products or services.

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"kenai" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"kenai" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Plus, there's the Kenai refinance component. Is my credit good for the cash or equity to be able to pay for refinance a smaller break and rate still make it worthwhile. And, of course, one thing we should mention Keith and you've talked about this many times on the show is that quite often when people have paid, say, 67 or eight years on their mortgage And then interest rates drop will they get out there and they're refinance. But now, instead of having say, 22 years left now they go back up to 30. That's a big concern. That's always a big concern. You have to compare the cost of the loan over a period of time that you expect to be there and also compared for the length of time that you could possibly be there over that next 30 years. You could find that it's possible to lose money on your refinance over the long haul, and I'd only improve your cash flow a little bit relatively today. Okay, Speaking of that term, let's look at some alternatives because people need to know With a 30 year fixed rate. Conventional mortgage is not the only alternative. They have. They can also look a twenties fifteens or 10 year terms. So tell us about those and Will people save money if they go in that direction? Well, a shorter term on the mortgage you're taking usually means it's a lower interest rate, too, so it's a good opportunity to start with. Is looking for a loan that will fit your timeframe now for someone who would look at a 30 year mortgage and try to decide if they're going to refinance to something shorter. Let's say you have your home Now. You took out a loan back in 2013 had a rate of about 4.5% $210,000 mortgage over the life of alone you're looking to spend about $180,000 in interest. You refinance today and you said, Well, I could get a 15 year fixed tree about 2.37%. Your monthly payment is going to increase because your terms getting shorter increased by $157 a month, But the total interest do on that new mortgage is going to be on Lee $35,000. Sophia and I want you already spent about $57,000 in interest. Your total loan savings will be over $85,000 in interest cost Now, if a payment increases, not what you're looking for, you could consider in this case, a 20 year term..

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"kenai" Discussed on TODAY is a Good Day Podcast

TODAY is a Good Day Podcast

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"kenai" Discussed on TODAY is a Good Day Podcast

"To build a relationship with a nurse because maybe. There's going to be a day that she's not going to have your baby, but it's okay to give a smile and a wave and and. Even if she's not the nursing heavier, baby were not that big of a knick you that. You're not going to see. Others well, and those relationships I've always reflecting back. Those relationships are really what helped us through our personal hundred and three day stay in the Nikki. Oh were the friendships that we made with the nurses, the nurses who helped us to feel empowered as parents figuring out how to hold a daughter with a ventilator and to do kangaroo care for the first time when she was strong enough to be held but it was those nurses that helped it to happen and to help us feel good about it and sometimes we. We may I'll be honest we may forget about that piece of it and you may as the parent advocate for those kinds of things leak when she strong enough Kenai. Hold her were very good about Noting like the first time that a mom gets to hold the baby or a Dad I think we do really great job with that. But I think there is a trust that needs to be built because now if the baby's not having a great day and we say to a mom, today's not a really great day to hold the baby. she was cold or or she's just not having a great respiratory day or not. He's not doing so great today. It's that trust that you trust us and we trust you that you know you understand that you're going to get to hold your baby. But maybe not today. and. It all comes with letting us know how you're feeling I. do a lot of asking those questions like how are you feeling today and I'm not prying. I genuinely want to know the nurses genuinely WanNa know. We're GONNA ask you questions like? Did you eat today?.

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"kenai" Discussed on Small Town Spirits Podcast

Small Town Spirits Podcast

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"kenai" Discussed on Small Town Spirits Podcast

"You'll find besides the residential areas that the building contains essential services whittier a post office, a General Store Hospital. The Whittier Police Department and the Mayor's office. There's also a small church, a grocery laundry and a small hotel conference room and a play area with an indoor pool. Sounds Pretty Nice done it one. The ghost stories of baggage towers is of a spirit that whistles while walking down the hallway. Another ghost stomps up and down the stairs. The residents have reported seeing shadowy apparitions. They've heard strange voices around the building. The, residents seem to take it in stride in the wintertime when the snow is deep, or are they gonNA go? In one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, three, General Simon Buckner, who is in charge of the defense of Alaska was concerned, the enemy would attack Alaska by air. He decided that Whittier would be an excellent place for command presence. The aforementioned deep water port, and the train would be beneficial while the near constant clouds and fog would keep the area a little bit safer from airstrikes. The army needed a building to house one thousand soldiers and provide them with a place to work. This building required entertainment facilities also. They cast the facility in place with reinforced concrete on bedrock, six stories, tall, five hundred feet, long and fifty to one hundred and fifty feet wide, depending on where you measured the building, attain a Mess Hall Sleeping Orders Movie Theater Bowling Alley a small jail and tunnels connecting to the town of Whittier. This way they could work in the various buildings with no one having to spend too much time outside in inclement weather, the buckner building was at one time the largest building in Alaska at about two hundred seventy, five thousand square feet in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, four, that same earthquake, the damage the Jesse Leon for children in seward left both the buckner building and the baggage building. Pretty much alone. There were thirteen deaths in what your because of the quake quake didn't damage the buckner building much as it sat on bedrock and the other areas of town though. Though suffered more damage because of the loose sediment on which the building sat, most of the destruction was along the shoreline in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, six, the Ra began pulling out of Whittier as the government transferred its mission to the General Services Administration GSA. The buckner building went through several owners until it passed the city in foreclosure proceedings. People say they see lights floating around the building at night they hear footsteps and conversations in the building and people have seen multiple shadow figures and many apparitions, walking around the building, wearing military uniforms and some in civilian clothing. Small town spirits podcast is brought to you by Pacific goes paranormal investigations. It can be found at Apple podcast. Google, guests iheartradio spotify. And, many other guests sites, also small town spirits dot, com and facebook dot com slash town spirits podcast..

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"kenai" Discussed on Small Town Spirits Podcast

Small Town Spirits Podcast

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"kenai" Discussed on Small Town Spirits Podcast

"Number of children at home drop down to between thirty and forty. Thousand Nine, hundred, sixty four earthquake and tsunami caused a lot of devastation in seward. The quake destroyed the girls dorm and made the rest of the facility mostly uninhabitable, although there were less than a dozen people killed in seward because of the earthquake Nami. A hundred and thirty one people in total from Alaska to California died, the residents of the home were safe and escaped injury. Injury in nineteen, sixty five, they built a new building in Anchorage that third iteration of Jesse Leon for children, now known as Alaska Children's services. The sewer location was closed in deeded to the city of seward, and the city sold the buildings to align of individuals to refurbish the premises, but after forty years of abandonment who had repurchased the home and analysis. They're haunted and dark. The stories of ghosts, the Jesse Lee home comprise of children, giggling and laughing the sound of a jump ropes smacky against the ground, running feet the kids. People have also reported seeing shadows moving around the property and a man and boy standing near one building. I've been to seward several times while I was growing up on the KEANAE. It's a beautiful city. Great people great food. The scenery is spectacular being the paranormal, not that I am I've been to Jesse Lee home twice I remember the chain link fence, and of course stayed on the outside I'm careful not to give paranormal beeps a bad name by trespassing. I've wandered around the buildings and I haven't experienced anything more than just the somber feeling. The place he met I'd love to go back someday and walk around heavy chat. With whatever spirits are they're? A little less than one hundred miles north of seward and sixty miles, southeast of anchorage lies town that was only accessible by train, sea or air. They call this place. Whittier Alaska they built a road access tunnel through the mountain, allowing vehicular traffic through one way at a time and direction changes every thirty minutes. Whittier is another beautiful location. Surrounded by snow, covered mountains, and the views of Prince William Sound are spectacular. There are two audit locations that we're going to explore in whittier. Most of the town's population lives in baggage towers. A fourteen story former office building turned condominium. The second, the buckner building is derelict and has been empty since the mid sixties, the town of Whittier built around World War Two as military facilities for resupplying providing air support command has a population of two hundred and five people as of twenty eighteen whittier has a deep water port on the Prince William Sound that doesn't freeze in the winter, the deep water port and the railway line that passes through mountain could keep the army's for Richardson and ELMENDORF. Air Force Base in Anchorage supplied. They selected the town in Nineteen, forty, one to be the backup deep water port. In case, the enemy destroyed the city of seward. The army abandoned whittier at the war, too, but because of cold war activities they recommissioned location later. They constructed seven Cold War era buildings, and they still stand today. The headquarters called the Hajj building in memory of Colonel William. Walter Hodge became baggage towers in remembrance of Nick Baggage a congressman from. As mentioned before Baggage Towers is a fourteen story former military office building that they turned into condominiums. Most residents of Whittier live and baggage towers, practically everything that people need is inside the building or connected to it via tunnels..

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"kenai" Discussed on Small Town Spirits Podcast

Small Town Spirits Podcast

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"kenai" Discussed on Small Town Spirits Podcast

"Is a weekly podcast that visit small towns around the World Cup shares the historical and paranormal stories and experiences. People reported their. Discusses Turek ought to places and speak with people who have had their own experiences at these locations, willing lewd our own expeditions with Elvira the forty foot, paranormal adventure machine while traveling around our audit planet with stories from around the world will look at experience. We've had with small town spirits. I spent a lot of years living in Alaska on the keanae peninsula for most of the time, and a couple of years in fairbanks before I went off and joined the US Navy, I had long before moving their gained a love for the paranormal I appreciate the crafted searches. The I'm fascinated by the certainty that aliens have visited our planet, and are probably still here, but the part of the paranormal that just gets his new ticker. Remind moving faster is ghosts, spectres entities the angels Damon's thing. Thing the energies of a human or animal life that remain your honor just fascinate me to the point of walking around buildings, graveyards cemeteries and other reputedly haunted places looking for them. There are several places in Alaska that are haunted and we'll get around to them in future episodes. In this show, I WANNA hit three sites in South Central Alaska. Let's start with a beautiful city of seward. The first place I like to cover is the Jesse Lee home for children to just north of town. This building is the second of three to carry the name. The United Methodist Church belt. The first in eighteen, eighty nine in Alaska Dutch harbor on the Aleutian island chain. This place was an orphanage and home for displaced kids who lost their parents due to the Spanish flu, and many other tragedies that hit the state. Some were there because their parents knew it would be safer for their children. Then living in their home villages by the Mid Nineteen Twenty S. the on Alaska location was in disrepair and transportation costs were too high to bring the children out so far west so I chose seward is location number. Two seward was Alaska's largest transportation hub connecting with towns and cities all over the. And with lower, forty eight. They can move kids in supplies much cheaper than they had in the past. UNLOCKS GO Dutch harbor and seward about seven hundred sixty miles apart as the crow flies with analyzed Kobe on a small island in the Aleutian chain and sewer, being on the mainland seward had roads, rail, boats, ships and air transportation readily available. Most of the children were native kids of the Elliott and a Nubia People's. The children were content there. The staff nurtured and cared for the children very well. Any deaths of the kids or staff were because of the Spanish flu to Berko Sus and the other diseases that ran rampant in Alaska..

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"kenai" Discussed on The History of Ancient Greece

The History of Ancient Greece

06:02 min | 2 years ago

"kenai" Discussed on The History of Ancient Greece

"Didn't want to lose any more of their own manner ships and what they believed would be a fruitless Endeavor. And so without any doubt I support osteologist was forced to decline the lesbians offer afterwards. I stock has returned to kiosk where he found this part name David Erica sat arrived. He had been sent to Take Over Control of kiosks and the Spartan land forces. Well St. August was to remain a vark before he left though. I see August once again, listen to proposals for a Revolt from lesbian on voice off. But he once again had to decline then as his plans this time were opposed by the key ends and paid artists as the August was greatly angered by the refusal and so he vowed never come back up assistance of the keyence again, then he stormed off and sailed away from kiosks with eleven ships 5 Corinthians one magarian one from Hermione's and his for laconian off on his way to maletis in order to formally assume. His command is Nave Arc of the Peloponnesian Fleet. He stopped for the night at Mount Caracas in the territory of Erath Rye there. He narrowly escaped capture by a large force of thirty Athenian ships sailing from Samos to Lesbos. The two forces had been separated only by a single Hill between them and neither became aware of the other's presence by pure chance. He managed to avoid the Athenians because on the next day, he received a letter from Erath right that some liberated arrethtrae and prisoners who were Pro Athenian wage. Had come from Samos to betray their city and requested Spartan assistance since he did not wish for the are Australians to fall back into the Athenian hands. He immediately turned around and sent a message to gerardus for him to sail over and join him. But after inquiring into the supposed treachery, the two sparred commanders found that the whole story had been made up those three cities doesn't give specific as to why nor if any punishments were handed out for wasting their time, whatever the case podiatrist then sailed back to chaos and asked the August continued on once again towards Meletis off. Also during the winter a spark named pocket. He's sailed out from the peloponnese was twelve ships 10 from Sarai one syracusan and one laconian off their intended target was the carrion city state of Kenai dos and upon their arrival..

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Our 2020 Travel Wishlist

Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

07:57 min | 2 years ago

Our 2020 Travel Wishlist

"Talking about our twenty twenty travel wishlist. And what what I said to you how. I was attacking this list this year. There's a few things that I did. We did one. We did not look back at our twenty nine thousand nine wishlist. We didn't want to do that and I didn't want to look back and say why can't put this on against I wanted this to be. These are the place to go. I don't even know what my twenty nine thousand nine lists was. There might might be some. My memory's not great so you guys probably can't remember it. I don't remember exactly and there is some method to the madness here. TRAV- have I was kind of having a hard time thinking of places that I wanted to go next year and we do have a lot of it planned out so that also was kind of you know it makes it a little harder because we're more organized with our travel plans but had here's what I looked at. I just said if if you had if someone said Hey. You've got two free weeks three weeks a month. Whatever some of these trips are long would be longer or shorter depending on how hard they are to get to and how far away? But but where would I want to go so again. I didn't try to think of this from a realistic perspective of Kenai actually get here in twenty twenty or will I be going here in two thousand twenty. That didn't play into in my decision at all. It was simply. What would I do if I could do? Obviously we have two kids now. That changed our travel plans. As you mentioned we're more organized than we plan stuff out so we kind kind of know places. We're going to go in two thousand twenty already so a lot of these Saying these are my this my wishes. I know I won't get to that's fine. Yeah it's more of a dreaming thing here ear to inspire ourselves to inspire you in create that wanderlust. Because you know sometimes I feel as though even because we're entrepreneurs resume we can go whenever we want and leaving we want. We do get bogged down a little bit in the everyday work life and then the planning of a trip which I know a lot of you can can relate to out there because planning is hard so we didn't want to think about that in factor that into this dream wishlist. WANDERLUST wanderlust. You I WANNA go. We're here to incite your Wunderlist for twenty twenty and I'm pretty excited about my list. I have to say I'm excited to know you this. When we do these lists we never talk ahead of time so I have no idea what we would like to hear from you so hit us up on social at extra pack of peanuts on Instagram? That's easiest way. Let us know what your Dream Twenty Twenty wishlist is. So let's dive right into one real last note. I guess though before we dive into it I actually was looking us a map of the world all the time when I'm trying to there's so many places I wanna go. I really wanted to go ever trying to narrow it down so I just look at Google Map I do too. That's funny and I was looking at map. I scrolled over in Asia. I scrolled over over and got into Europe and American I kept scrolling. You how you could on Google maps you could just keeps growing. It just shows you you know it goes back to Asia and I literally sat out loud. That's it like. I went from Asia to Europe. And I'm like Oh yeah I just looked through the whole world so I just thought that was a funny anecdote. I there's obviously so many places you're going to be but it seems small when you're looking at it from such a bird's eye view that's right. Yeah I I was kind of feeling the same way especially when I was scrolling over Europe and I you'd love Europe and I was thinking we've been to almost every country in Europe. Where do we want to go? I do have some places in Europe. Don't worry all right well. Let's start with our honorable all mentioned as usual. You have to. I have to go ahead correct. So my first honorable mention is a place that we almost got to this year in Twenty nineteen and that is Charleston South Carolina because this city to me just seems like it exudes Southern American charm. It's beautiful historic. The architecture is just what you would imagine would be in a in a beautiful southern city and it just so happens to be on the coast which is always something that for me. If I'm if I'm glancing up at my list almost every single go place on my list. Somewhere in that country has a coastline off on purpose. When I'm just glancing up here at this you know I really I love love? Love the coast so to me Charleston. South Carolina is a place in the US. That I really WANNA visit. Because we've you've never been there and it's not even that far from Philadelphia but an incredible food always talk named and ranked as one of the top Foodie cities in America so Charleston in definitely. I'm glad you put on your list. It's going allow me to chance to bed. I mean it could have made the real list but I put it on the honorable mention. Because it's not is exotic as I like I like it's going to allow me to cheat all right my first honorable mention than what we'll get back to your second is we'll stay I'll stay in the US to domestically a New Mexico state that we'd never neither of us have ever been to place. We both really wanted to go. Just you know. We have not spent a lot of time in the American. Southwest definitely definitely a region of the country that that we have not seen near as much of as some other places in the US. And I've always wanted to get to New Mexico when we threw this out there you know L. A. couple months going podcast when we were talking about fall bus paces to fall Got Tons of feedback from you guys about Albuquerque. Santa Fe why we should go to New Mexico so so it is definitely on the list here so New Mexico and this seems like when we feasibly could get to. Obviously it's not near as far as some of the plates. We're GONNA talk about so New Mexico honorable honorable mention just for the fact that you said seems a little more realistic might actually go to in twenty twenty so not that. I don't want to all right. Let's get going and this the reason that you liked that I put Charleston on there. I almost put New Mexico on there. I feel like we talked about New Mexico last year on the on the twenty nineteen wishlist. I can't remember about own fall back with two weeks ago and then on our radar and we've both been wanting to go so awkwardly Charleston South Carolina. We're helping each other out so far on this list. Your last on my last article mention is on here only only because in the main list only because we have personally been there before and that is South Africa. Let me jump billionaire going there again. This is my running. Capetown is on my honor. Roll Okay for the same reason that we have it planned to go there. September twenty twenty to watch my mom. Interestingly enough in the field hockey World Cup she is on the US. Under sixty five or over sixty I forget which way they caught national team. She's the Golly. Maybe we'll win. MVP this year. I know you're listening. Mom You got to get in shape. Let's get better shape than I am. She's incredible and we are going to South Africa and we're going to keep town specifically we've been there before but I am so excited to go back as one of our favorite cities in the world. Also also the wine region Man When I was making this list a lot of my places are winds. And you're leading wine and coast go wrong. Oh Oh and Kruger National Park which is not near the coast. It's in northern South Africa. And I think that we're hoping to do a safari there in the National National Park. Would you be really exciting and I know that what is young. He'll be almost three by the time we go. It's a little young. I fry but I think he'll love it. Yeah Capetown and as you mentioned more broadly South Africa on my ro mentioned again. We are unless something happens. We are planning to be there. September into October twenty twenty twenty couldn't be more happy about that. That's our big couldn't like our beer couldn't be more happy. Couldn't be happier. That's our big trip. That's planned for twenty twenty. That's it's actually on the calendar so far so

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Weekend Racing Preview | Caulfield Guineas Day Preview

Three Wide No Cover

12:13 min | 3 years ago

Weekend Racing Preview | Caulfield Guineas Day Preview

"Ayuthaya true good for perfect conditions I think a little bit of Brian sort of Wednesday Thursday just takes the main probably not much irrigation we'd love that I think it's going to Rice really well as coalfield does bought it's always an advantage to be on speed in those first one to sorta seven at caulfield it's always an advantage not much we randy the side I think it's GonNa play really straight and really fairly but I always think you've got to be advantageous just on spe does also to get there's a lot of variables in rising but once you back you control sometimes you need some walks on spayed where you want to bake oilfield Saturday very good or on the table at the first of our group we're GONNA rise pagoda so we've got six the thousand guineas used to be on the Wednesday boys now moved of course to the Saturday the last few years and it's just or for the die at fiber here's the first of a number of good often run his foot at two dollars thirty law at five fifty had some good memories of these track all has I missile mantra nine dollars acting hasn't these horse with good acting trae on the trump one of their ten dollars Tenley twelve dollars emerald thirty dollars southbank seventeen dollars Baba's Fox at twenty one on eloquent at twenty six dollars over the Piji Fatal Remember Twenty Six and Sin Edwards Crown at forty on dollars Josie very important here look not a lot of spayed Elliott acting oh go forward we'll go forward as well foot from that White Guy I think he has to be positive obviously there was a lot of talk about the run lost in the guineas prelude where he drew wide with her and he just sort of went back Salak along the LoC somewhat out of the equation expected to be somewhat in the one one way do you go with these rice well a lot of coming out of that is probably which was one boy acting own spate I'm just slightly worried about that rice and I will come out of it there's a lot of narrative sleeping on lucky but he fleet had won the rice boy half link let's do it right now if we'd be getting to thirty of mock to-to-to Seventieth Mock Duck Creek five is getting that but I just think she's going to drift on the I I think he'll get better than the two-thirty on officer if you like her maybe play a little bit lighter in closer to the rice I'm worried about that rice they went in slowly they couldn't break twelve seconds the lost two hundred that worries me about that Rice what do I do I know a lot of holistic coming into that rice will I go for a different form loin the oil eloquent full moines so I found the phone line from Sydney and I'm going with the Homeless Code Emeralds Got Eight and buy some pretty good ones last dot with Fun Star thirty one dollars but was fifty one hundred thirty one got Bayton that track was a little bit Ryan affected that died I went slowly but based lost four hundred two hundred of the dye that Rice to pay Arado who knows a superstar and before that Gobain by Yale she ran really well in the golden rose of a fast a game was really good light four hundred two hundred two different form on Jones agent really know he's done it before with the highest level lava who won the white when it comes around and this why so there's no worries with China Arkan emeralds at the price is ripping bit and I think it will drift on the well Josie interesting side that with would actually opened a twenty into to ten now aptitude thirty so if that continues there will be a drift estee e you in a similar can't wait you think the it can get beat or now that she's the one I wanna Roger Fleet because it's a tug at rice who to run these small I think she's going to be taking on the day the reason unquote last dot cushy drew fifteen I didn't want to give her a gut bossed out and went right back zoomed up sawed them she didn't have room approaching the if she gets out of the long she is them away because she's got an amazing turn foot so she's coming in flying onto the right our little bit she's a short pause because everyone's thinking potential with taint potential she should absolutely one that ornery so she finally draws a guy which is terrific all concur with Josie acting fit will roll for this more pressure on she's drawn a little at and she'll have to use because I'm eloquently locks the row Ford will mica US getting up the hill the first time at the four day southbank joining saw those two will be honest as well tron bucks doc bobby's Fox was closed last doctor on the pint it'll hold so that'll be the first four the interesting roundup will be cited which cran drawn aunt doesn't WanNa get caught going to rocky he wants to come across the bay in the first half dozen would imagine 'cause they're going to look that tape look back that by off this'll be the nature of the beast I'll go quicker early hill then they'll look to back the tempo off law and fleet get the best runs to pays back one eight one back to horses I've got a great turn of foot they classy Ranasinghe the rice they guy to get that sit back off that wall torp Iran and get at at the raw thome that's why I wanna Rod Fleet because she's had that topic coalfield now and she should have won last dot and she's got a lot of upside I'm not worried about the process so I'll be following southbank oil elegant into the rice now the key is here Emerald who gets back but it's a first look at coalfield and she's going to have the wall up with the logs have missile mantra who have her back on he's Roy showed running missile mantra Nice to have got the best turn of foot light by Kenai be close enough from the six fifty two the the three fifteen to build up and sprint with the locks of fleet and yes I law that again and get those beautiful rounds just off that high pressure really so I'm going with fleet on thinks she's got more upside and I recommend she uses that tuna food she'll be happy catch so of course I'm glad this is rice seeks saving I would not want this in the Corey these pretty auburn as open as you'd say rice to thirty five rituals Oregon just more attack when whenever it's worth which is not much let's have a look at rice seven now the coalfield stikes aviles easier five deservedly so those thirty five homes four dollars density area and those fifty gathered chop eleven bucks a dream castle thirty dollars black hotbed showing not backing up it or not paying to win second arrive there at seventy dollars getting those and Chitral Good Humour Twenty Seven Harlem and Asuka debuted at thirty five and sixty seven Josie yes saw matt pretty important he gal H Open Heisman have drawn gates one and two so I think they'll control the gala shop? I think heisman considered so expect getting to roll forward as well as your spayed and I think that's where they'll say it'll and that's where it will play at villiers can probably find fought on the back of my be three pairs back something like that he was back to his best oversee on that Swat we self destruct going back to a bit of a hard track boy rice seven these tracks gonNA firm right up even get back into the good three by that stage maybe there's a knock on that and not saying there is but we will say on Saturday Abed vilius where he really is at on God gala chocolate I thought he was really really good in he's run loss dodd he was thirty wanting to twenty six dollars he'd get beaten by Blackhawk bought bought or this he's ready to rock and roll he's got some big figures when he ran those big fee is probably about a year and a half two years ago our anymore just a bit newly back to that American from week eight one if these holiest goes forward gets a pretty genuine Tampa on I'm dick the white coal for Dole expected to apply arc and he's going to be really hard to bait just quickly would either well Cape of Good Hope time for one hundred twelve I think he will struggle is day. It's an intriguing Gallup we'll be controlled on speed runners for sure Guy Light Truck Fif- now Josie these the holes that you're going with I think heisman gets the best run Ben Mellon was caught in two minds audience think he'd be called and Lonzo Coalfield last outdrawing in authority shooter role folding it costing the rice you had to guy back kief grand and he gave blackout too easy around one eight one back and I think that happen on the ban will be positive on Heisman I think you'll sit outside the late and I think he'll be the catching this but the one that's got the turn of foot in the one that I can trust in the host it's buying the coffee full and sharing that Greg Turner fully Sevilla's coming off a red hot win-loss dot he excels at the mall and a quarter and woody's feet you can trust him and we've been wanting to see at this time in and he's acceleration las dot was good he's a group to win this track and trip and the dream force and also happy clap perform against this is the best form to follow trusting the fiber to sit midfield I'm not going to get caught up in these international hoses Iran Coalfield I have a two thousand made his way there cdn in terms of the speech up but what I can trust from guide seven civilians getting the best round midfield to pay us back and using that turn of foot when there's genuine rolling into that Bain from the six fifty white lit up he he'll get rolling Mike these real test over the two thousand meters but I think villas can climbing light afi or wanted a slightly bigger rises pyeho offered sands lock The boys giving you a copy you can definitely probably we're going to take a break when we come back we're going to have a little bit more group ones at Caulfield and then we're going to go up to see me for they want as well well that's too damn free to go in terms at five dollars coming off that probably win Kubrick non dollars ruckus Carina and Super Seth at thirteen dollars grams well at forty dollars Suba at seven dollars so patch nine hundred express poss- twenty-one Josie a few more on the next project will go to you now for the map and how it's all bay somewhat and rose forty can probably get it now that's a positive fit him if he gets the one but it's also another positive because I think if he gets the one one cannot say dollar saying he and getting in from guiding at all and I think would be posted three ward which again won a huge manage Bot it's not a sensational I one that the camp would want for dollar saying it's going to be a really competitive rice and I think there's a lot between alligator blood and ninety dollars saying I'm going with our saying ESPN profile look was very short in the market lost when it get Bayton well-documented day by me ED or works here in Dallas on has drawn at with Ella Guida blood they story we'll be positive and work up the hill for the first time but I want to try and get across to follow groundswell join me outside your deal be ridden Ford

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How Do You Develop Good Weather Decision-Making Skills?

The Finer Points - Aviation Podcast

05:50 min | 3 years ago

How Do You Develop Good Weather Decision-Making Skills?

"Do you develop good weather decision making Skills Gilles. I'm afresh private pilot and watched other also fresh by private pilots go out on a day where the Tar noted fifteen to twenty not winds with gusts up to thirty knots and so on on another occasion. I stayed on the ground when the light rain was passing through which probably wouldn't have been a problem. I know that it's better safe than sorry but after getting my license I often struggled with the decision making regarding the weather so I want to find that sweet spot between safety and confidence to go out and learn and experience. Do you have some tips. I do in fact Christoph so thanks for sending this question in the first thing I want to say is. You're absolutely right better safe than sorry. There are no old bold aviators and I always say it's better to turn around and walk away and live to fly another day right so in the beginning I think you should accept a certain amount of the of a certain amount of cancelling and then looking up from your chair on the beach and saying you know what I probably could have gone flying today. That's going to be okay. We're just GONNA tolerate that that is better than you've. You've probably heard the other saying that it's better to be you know on the ground around wishing you were in the air than in the air wishing you were on the ground and until you experience that second thing of being in the air wishing you're on the ground you you really can't appreciate how true that statement. Is You really want to avoid being up there in a bad situation and wishing you hadn't gone flying so so how do you do this. How do the professionals make good weather decisions. How do they fly at their level in some pretty inclement weather other and then also know when it's not okay to go and the secret to good decisions too good weather decision making is having a set of objective criteria that that you've decided on ahead of time and you don't have to wait a lifetime to invent this stuff you can certainly borrow it. We've been flying for more than one hundred years and professional operators when they get hired by a company they get handed an operations manual that operations manual is born earn out of the history of the company rights of this company is sixty years old. You're benefiting from sixty years of experience and in that operations manual there are simply. Lee objective rules. If the crosswind component exceeds ex. You may not fly it. You know if the crosswind component is why and and you had and you're below a certain weight you may land right so it's just like this this matrix of Kenai or can't I it is black and white so the first exposure that you have to what we're going to now call personal minimums conduct professionals. Call it the operations manual in general aviation world. We call impersonal minimums in the first exposure. You have two that are the endorsement is the endorsement that you're see. If I gave you a for example I typically endorse my students for they solo for a fifteen nut headwind limit a seven to ten not crosswind limit depending on the student five thousand foot ceilings and six miles visibility ability. Is it safe to fly in San Carlos when the ceilings are less than five thousand usually it is but I am going to give them in kind of a short leash to begin with and then slowly length in that in the process really doesn't stop after you. Get your private certificate so that's critical developing a set of personal minimums. I often lecture though and I'll ask the audience audience. I'll say how many people out there have heard personal minimums all every hand in the room goes up and I'll say well how many people out there have personal minimums and stick to those personal mm-hmm and the vast majority of hand stay up but when I say how many people have actually written those personal minimums down on a document commit to them and keep keep that documents so they can continue to refer to it and revise it over time and at that point most of the hands drop so the hard part in our world is forcing your own compliance with the personal minimums that you've decided ahead of time are your limit. You know if I pack the kids up if I tell myself hey my limit is thirty knots of wind. I'm not GonNa go if the gusts succeed thirty now. That's my level right in the kind of planes flying and I hey you know tell my wife. We're headed to Palm Springs. We packed the car and we load the kids and we drive to the airport and we get all set. I get down there at preflight the airplane everybody's all set my mother-in-law inlaws name what time you guys arrive in there on the rap and I go get the aid us in its gusting thirty one. Do you think there is not an extreme amount of pressure sure to just go fly that mission on and I can't I literally can't I have to think of it. As though I work for that company that I M my chief repealing that there is an operations manual and that I will get fired if I go flying it is black and white and that discipline is truly the hard apart so to kind of summarize what we said a personal minimums are going to be the secret to better weather decision making you're going to kind of keep them pretty conservative to start and accept a certain amount of days that you cancel unnecessarily and over time you can kind of reduce those minimum. I mean you can kind of like increase. The win limits bring down the ceiling limits. You can make the personal minimums little less conservative but the real hard part heart to have the discipline to force your own compliance with those procedures when there isn't a chief pilot or a boss breathing down your

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"kenai" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"kenai" Discussed on KOMO

"Fishing guides and other businesses in Cooper landing and are starting to suffer officials say the fires burned about two hundred twenty two square miles south of anchorage on the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge authorities say flames caused by a lightning strike that ignited a fire back in June the seventy eight year old musher who's been denied entry into next year's Iditarod is disputing reasons why he can't compete race officials denying entry to Jim Lanier over dog care concerns the base our decision on his twenty eighteen race and reports from this year's Yukon quest Lanier says he has completed his last two races and disputes the report from Yukon quest officials he says he understands dog care concerns but says those worries are unfounded in this case W. honors be where right now the company recalling over six hundred seventy nine thousand VW's there's a problem with a micro switch could cause them to roll away you may hear a warning sound or have an error message while driving the recall list including certain models of golf G. T. I. the beetle the beetle convertible and the golf sports wagon as well as the Jetta owners should get a notice by October eleventh Volkswagen says it will fix the problem or reimbursed if you've already paid for repairs a thirty two year old woman in king county jail connection with a couple of our sins in the Central District police and firefighters called to the four hundred block of twelve Avenue Friday morning but it sounded object on fire at a construction site nearby workers were quickly able to put out the fire minutes later they then get reports of a hall where fire in the apartment building across the street witnesses giving officers a description of a woman they sought setting the fires and officers were able to find her nearby she's facing reckless burning charges new developments in the infamous burglary cases trio arrested for breaking into Bellevue homes with huge rocks they stole cash jewelry guns and expensive handbags police say the rocks smashed burglary fruits of more than three million dollars worth of goods from over a hundred people now thirty two year old Shawn Michaels and now is in trouble again I'm facing a burglary charge we have an incident back in July where a homeowner.

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"kenai" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show

The Meb Faber Show

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"kenai" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show

"So as I aligned above, I'm going to go through the same three steps that the seventy Sixers us which. Says, you know what is the goal? So I need outline a goal for your portfolio second, you need to create a process backed by logic. And then the third is you need to ask the really hard question. Actually, can you stick with the process in my opinion? The longer, I've been doing this, that third question of Kenai trust the process yields wildly different behavioral effects and conclusions. When comparing building MBA team to an investment process. So let's consider the following trust the process questions in both contexts. Can you trust the process, set forward by Sam hinkie to rebuild the seventy Sixers pretty quick answer? Yes. Why? Because when you watch the seventy Sixers and see Joel Embiid dominating games. It's pretty obvious. That, that was a good suggestion in good way to move forward. Now it's turned towards investing. Can I trust the process set? Forward, but my research or adviser from investments here, the answer becomes a lot murkier and is not as clear cut as watching MBA dominate other opponents so blown gonna go through three different investing examples of ways that one can invest and I'm going to highlight the same three things they talked about above, which is what is the goal. What is the process? And then third, can you trust the process, and these are very common strategies that people have, but I'm going to go through and show? You that trusting the process is probably the hardest part. So let's go into my three examples example, one invest in stocks. So for anyone look into invest, they I need to ask, what is the goal to? Let's assume that the goal is the following achieved the highest returns possible, you understand are willing to take additional risk, but not some crazy on reasonable risk as measured by sooner deviation of returns. Let's also assume we have a home country bias and we're going to exclude real estate thus as an investor. We're gonna go and examine three asset classes, that most people look at US stocks US ten year, bonds, and US treasury bills so pretty simple. Stocks bonds bills, to remember given the goal of the cheating the highest returns possible, while being able to accept volatility. Let's exam. The second step which is to call with a process to achieve the skull. Right. And so in order to do that, let's examine the past and see what happens..

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"kenai" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"kenai" Discussed on KGO 810

"At all it wasn't in the world of natural history at the time is that correct? Exactly. No. It wasn't in the no could no one could connect these these events. And this was in a sense, the first or it was the first time, I think that a global event exerted itself upon the world in such a way that in looking back at it. You could make these connections, but for the poor people who were living during this time where this intense cold winter came along people freezing to death in the streets being huddled up in all winter long and close quarters again getting diseases from that. And then these a catastrophic floods all of those had connection that laid back to this eruption in Iceland. We have Jeff Alex have notes here that I the Baltimore's harbor was frozen over that below zero readings in New England continued all summer long that there was heavy snowfall in northern New Jersey, Pennsylvania saw a very bitter and very bitter winter. And James Madison makes note of the severe season in Virginia. This is seventeen eighty three prior to the construction of the of the constitution and the Bill of rights everything. These are young men who are now understood as our nation's founding fathers, but they are experiencing what no one could explain him. When we come back. What do we knew about what do we know about volcanoes and their global a global changes? And what does that tell us about the future? The book is island on fire and extraordinary story of a forgotten volcano Laki this series of eruptions in the summer of seventeen eighty three in Iceland Alexander which a witty and Jeff Kenai per the authors. John batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show..

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Should I max out my 401(k) or invest some in an IRA or Roth

Millennial Money

07:21 min | 4 years ago

Should I max out my 401(k) or invest some in an IRA or Roth

"Right. So I think this one might be up your Heli. This is from Claire Claire says, hey, Sean, I'll jump right in. I've been investing my 401K up to the match for a few years now. Just like you tell us to do. So I feel good about that, but I'm not sure. Should I be investing as much as I can in my 401K or should I look at an IRA or Roth? I know you always say it depends on our situation and our goals, but what would advantage be to investing more in my 401K above the match? Oh, yeah, this is awesome. I love this question almost more than the other two or just the same. If not a little bit better and it becomes up all the time. So you and I always advise people, you know, as they're focusing on their cash flow in finding out what a comfortable lifestyle is for themselves, therefore understanding what they can consistently safe every month. We say above put that all off the side that really important piece off the side. We know one thing's for sure if there's free money coming your way co, go get that. Go get it. You know, go get it. Very few exceptions to that very few show. Now, the question is I want to be able to save more and go beyond that. So full circle back to you cash flow, budgeting, cash management. Because the question that's really being axed, there's Kenai afford to put more into a retirement savings vehicle, whether it's a 401K IRA or otherwise. I'll say this right now if you're you're

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