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Russia Is in Meltdown Over Potential Ukraine Draft

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:47 sec | Last week

Russia Is in Meltdown Over Potential Ukraine Draft

"Is having a meltdown. The telegraph, Putin passes secret law to send 1 million Russians to fight in Ukraine. Washington Post Putin faces fury in Russia over military mobilization prisoner swamp. New York Times, a lot of panic. Russian men fearing Ukraine draft seek refuge abroad. They're getting out of Russia because they've lost 75,000 KIA. In Russia has lost 75,000 young men and officers and they have no command structure and it's a mess. Putin is threatening nuclear weapons there is a good story at The Washington Post that Biden has communicated several times about privately, but they say over several months. And I think maybe they ought to be on the phone, blinken and saying, here's what will happen. I think they ought to do it with the European allies.

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Thieves key on hack that leaves Hyundai, Kia cars vulnerable

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last week

Thieves key on hack that leaves Hyundai, Kia cars vulnerable

"And insurance industry group says some vehicles from two brands are being stolen at nearly twice the rate of other vehicles The highway lost data institute a unit of the insurance institute for highway safety says some older Hyundai and Kia cars and SUVs are missing a key anti theft device computer chips for a theft immobilizer system the thefts apparently started in the Milwaukee area two years ago and spread to multiple Midwest cities after instructional videos appeared on social media The vehicles affected our older models of the Kia Rio and sportage and the Hyundai accent all 2022 kilos do have a mobilizer and Hyundai says all of its models produced after November 1st 2021 have immobilisers as standard equipment I'm Donna wooder

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 Kia recalls sedans because plates in ceiling can come loose

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

Kia recalls sedans because plates in ceiling can come loose

"Kia is recalling thousands of older cars I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest Kia is recalling nearly 260,000 older midsize cars because plates in the ceiling can come loose when the side curtain airbags inflate in a crash The recall covers certain 2012 and 2013 optimus sedans The automaker says headliner plates on both sides of the car may not be secured properly and could detach and hit drivers or passengers Kia says it has one report of a driver being hurt in a 2012 optima Kia says the dealers will put industrial grade tape over the plates to help secure them notification letters will be sent on September 26th

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25,000 Russian Soldiers Killed in Action

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:01 min | 2 months ago

25,000 Russian Soldiers Killed in Action

"Not mister secretary, staying on that. The Russian losses were reported over the weekend to have reached 25,000 KIA, not casualties, which normally conflates killed and wounded together, but killed in action 25,000. That is such a stunning number for a 5 month engagement that can Vladimir Putin keep that up. Sadly, politically, I think he can. Query whether the military will be able to continue to deliver fresh people to the front lines in a way that will actually continue to push the fight, but this really gets to the core point. I've seen that number 25,000 killed in action. I've seen casualty numbers which includes wounded that are triple that obviously closely kept secret. But it's a big numbers. Query query whether the west will continue to have the resolve to inflict those kinds of costs on the Russian military that will ultimately lead to Vladimir Putin turning tail.

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"kias" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

07:24 min | 3 months ago

"kias" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"I remember the hallways. I remember the bathrooms, the DJ booth, the patio area, and seeing that whole situation play out on the news. It just literally hit very close to home. To this day, pulse remains the single deadliest incident of violence against LGBTQ+ people in the U.S.. When the one year anniversary rolled around, Kia couldn't believe it. There had hardly been any coverage memorializing the loss. And so my first even, I did a candlelit vigil at MSR lesbian bar. The only lesbian bar in the southeast actually, from that businesses and sponsors reached out to MSR to make it bigger and better, and that's how we ended up organizing equality march. And it was a huge turnout. Thousands of people elected officials, I also think that's like a great example of how one voice can make such a huge difference because we did raise money and we did donated to that post Orlando fund. Kia's work, like her beginnings organizing queer lead events, is all about safety. Literally, the safety of being able to come out and exist without fear, and also knowing that you're going to a safe space. A venue full of people who respect and maybe even share, your identity. I have to say that of all the blessings that have come from my career as an entertainer, the most gratifying part is seeing the smiles on the LGBTQ community's face when they come into my events and shows and productions. Because I am very intentional about making it about them and about us and about everyone. I'm out there thanking people for coming out and like complimenting the unique outfits and just trying to make everybody feel love and important and accepted and special because I know that I so badly needed that and my students who I couldn't save when we were in the classroom, they needed that a safe space to me is where any and everyone can be accepted and appreciated for being uniquely themselves. And that is exactly what I try to do with all of my events. You'll never see my events with a high ticket price. I also always try to make sure I use LGBTQ owned businesses and I book LGBTQ talent. I don't care if it's pride and I have a huge budget. Why on earth would I pour money made off of our community into somebody else who just comes in for the big check and they haven't put in the work week after week to entertain and help build up this clientele. So I just try to keep it good and gay. As Kia's initiatives grew in scope, so did the support she received for that work and the strength of the allies who backed her. One of those supporters was Mercedes Benz. And when you see mainstream corporations like Mercedes Benz throwing their weight and support behind us, it's undeniable that we are now a part of the story. We're not on the outskirts. We're not taboo. Mercedes makes me feel like they actually care. Not just to get the biggest names, but they do like the work of digging into the community and finding the real movers and shakers. And giving us a platform and opportunity to share our stories and pull in the support of the community and continue to create even more queer safe spaces. And my mother's always driven a Mercedes. I haven't Mercedes too. And it's just the best. Nothing compares to a Mercedes, and that's a fact. Today, here's a member of the district attorney's LGBTQ advisory board. There, she helped guide legislative changes to aid the LGBTQ+ community. From allocating district resources, to mental health aid to community safety. Kia's dedication comes from working as an educator and activist and an entertainer. It's a testament to the spirit of pride. A party, and a protest. The first pride was a protest. There's nothing wrong with partying for pride. I absolutely want to party for pride because I think we have a lot to celebrate. But also remember, if you only show up for the party and you're not showing up at the ballot or if you're not donating to our causes and supporting the elected officials who are still fighting for gay rights today, you're really missing out on the main point of pride. Because marriage is still not guaranteed, now is a time where many states are rolling out rules where you really you literally can not even mention gay in the classroom at all. So really, the purpose of pride is still a protest. The glitter is a protest, all of it is saying like, we're still fighting for our freedom. Throughout her career, Kia has fought for the right to be authentically herself. And that's the reason we're celebrating her story today. This Pride Month, Kia ended up on the third biggest billboard in Times Square. I wish I could go back to every single one of my students who I could not stand up for. I wish I could touch every one of them on the shoulder and let them know this billboard in Times Square, although it has my face on it. It feels so much more so attribute to freedom and happiness and believing in yourself that billboard looks like every single one of my students every single one of my coworkers that was held back or teased is not just me on that board. The church, all of that. Everybody that has something to say, boom, maybe you were wrong, because that's not a gay billboard. That's mainstream. That's everybody. And just like Mercedes Benz, co signing with the queer community. Times are changing. Times are changing. We're not the bad guys. We're not the monsters. People aren't afraid of us. We are just as much a part of the community as everybody else. That's about it. Just happy girl, I'm just happy such a beautiful time for me. I'm about to go see myself in Times Square. With my fiance, during the Juneteenth weekend, all kinds of freedom in this space. All month, we're talking about pride on stage. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram at will manica podcast. Special thanks to Jenny and Liz caplan for inviting me to guest host. Talk to you on Monday..

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"kias" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:57 min | 3 months ago

"kias" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"It wasn't all smooth sailing. The mainstream stand up circuit wasn't an all boys charter school, but it wasn't exactly welcoming to Kia. Comedians would comment on Kia's routine and her sexuality in their own sets. Comedians who followed me would just tell dirty jokes about what I really needed was a man and all these nasty things and instead of going through whatever material they should have written. It was just making all about me. Everybody thought they had the answers for what I should be doing. Who I should be and how I should be presenting. Because I'm always going to go with my gut feeling. What feels gratifying to me and why on earth would I stand up here and tell your story? Why would I be a free black woman in America and be up here lying when I have the microphone and you don't? I realize, you know, I'm probably not the only one experiencing this. So I started hosting my own comedy shows and I would only book mainly queer comedians and it would be the same thing them saying like, oh, I had the same experiences. Oh, it was terrible. They made me feel like I didn't have a chance. They made me feel like I wasn't funny. Kia became an organizer for queer spaces, not just one off shows, but after parties, weekly gigs, music showcases. And then I started producing the Android fashion show because I wanted to see myself represented. I wanted to see masculine androgynous lesbian fashion. Although I do know that people are supporting me and my work, people are breathing and living and comfortable and relaxed. It truly is a safe space where you don't have to worry about somebody getting offended 'cause you hold hands with your partner or you don't have to wonder, well, is this next comedian going to make his entire 15 minutes about having sex with me and my wife? Kia also invited elected officials to those shows. Bringing folks with political power into the spaces where they could meet the communities who needed their representation the most. One of those people was Atlanta mayor Keisha Lance bottoms. In a full circle moment, she appointed Kia to the LGBTQ task force for Atlanta schools. I ended up getting to go back and sit at the table with decision and policy makers and rewrite those same sentences that I read kept me boxed in and I lived in fear about. So it did feel amazing to literally be able to sit there and say, we could just change this one word. And add this word right here. And knowing that I got to make that difference and be that change that I so badly wanted and needed to see in my career as an educator or during my time as a queer kid who.

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"kias" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:50 min | 3 months ago

"kias" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Time was the big city. She was a campus fixture. Senator for the school of education, charter member of the school's NAACP chapter, part of the alpha Kappa alpha sorority, and what ended up happening is these organizations that I worked so hard for, once they found out that I was gay, it became an issue at the time I was very much so closeted, but obviously not doing the best job of hiding it. That summer, Kia left Montgomery for Orlando, Florida, to be part of the Disney college program. She'd spent her whole life in Alabama, and the program brought together kids from all over the world. She learned what diversity could really feel like. Different cultures and religions and regions and diets, all of the things that I heard about these people weren't true and I realized that they can love me better than folks that I've grown up with and folks that I've worked with. Diversity is everyone being represented. And it's so important because when you don't see yourself in the literature, when you don't see yourself in the commercials, you just think that you're supposed to be working towards this thing that you can never achieve or even that you don't matter. You're like a side dish and you can never be the entree. After Orlando, Kia knew that she didn't want her world to get any smaller. But Alabama couldn't offer her the kinds of opportunities she wanted. So she followed her curiosity and a new relationship to Atlanta, Georgia. She set up shop as a teacher in an all boys charter school. Kia was a great teacher. And she was an incredible comic. And it was definitely a whole new world. And so I would roast my students. I was roasting them. They were roasting me. It was good times. Another teacher heard me roasting the kids and he said, you should consider a career stand up. My other coworkers came into the classroom and after school, which it is very difficult to get teachers to do anything after school for free. They came and they watched me rehearse my set of jokes. So the first comedy show I did was called lab your class off, and I really just describe it as love at first lap. Kia had adoring crowds. In the classroom and in the comedy club. But there was an important distinction between those two parts of her life. Kia the comic was an out lesbian. Kia the teacher was not. At the time, Georgia was a right to work state, and gay marriage hadn't been legalized. Kia risk getting fired if the wrong people at school found out about her sexuality. I constantly lived in terror of being outed or like somebody coming across my material and then really going through the handbooks, not just for the school, but the counties and seeing that there was no protection for me and that this was the reality of my situation. I can remember literally nights crying in the shower. Because I thought I was gonna lose my job and this was what I had dedicated a decade of my life to, and then it happened. Kia was outed at her school. Someone made her sexuality public without her consent. I had just gotten married and I asked my insurance company if I could add my partner to my plan and they said that they did not cover anything like that, but they would ask us to ask them not to ask the school. They did anyway. So I was out at my place of work and I went from stellar observations and being a department lead to getting written up for things and getting bad, observations. I really kind of was almost pushed out of the classroom and entertainment and Atlanta's LGBTQ community really wrapped their arms around me. By this point, Kia's comedy career had taken off. She decided to dedicate herself.

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Foo Fighters announce tribute concert in memory of late drummer Taylor Hawkins

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Foo Fighters announce tribute concert in memory of late drummer Taylor Hawkins

"The Foo Fighters are planning two concerts in memory of drummer Taylor Hawkins A marches are a letter with the latest Taylor Hawkins had been with the Foo Fighters since the 1999 there is nothing left to lose album The Foo Fighters say they are putting together two shows to play the songs that Hawkins fell in love with and the ones he brought to life One tribute concert is set for London's Wembley Stadium on September 3rd and the other at the Kia forum outside Los Angeles on September 27th The lineups will be announced later

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UK: Belarus troops on the Ukraine border

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 4 months ago

UK: Belarus troops on the Ukraine border

"British British British British military military military military authorities authorities authorities authorities say say say say the the the the presence presence presence presence of of of of the the the the Russian Russian Russian Russian forces forces forces forces on on on on the the the the border border border border may may may may force force force force you you you you crane crane crane crane your your your your troops troops troops troops to to to to stay stay stay stay in in in in the the the the area area area area instead instead instead instead of of of of going going going going to to to to support support support support operations operations operations operations in in in in the the the the eastern eastern eastern eastern Donbass Donbass Donbass Donbass region region region region Belarus Belarus Belarus Belarus a a a a close close close close ally ally ally ally of of of of Russia Russia Russia Russia said said said said last last last last week week week week that that that that it it it it planned planned planned planned to to to to send send send send special special special special operations operations operations operations troops troops troops troops to to to to three three three three areas areas areas areas near near near near the the the the Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian border border border border as as as as he he he he complained complained complained complained about about about about the the the the buildup buildup buildup buildup of of of of NATO NATO NATO NATO troops troops troops troops in in in in the the the the region region region region now now now now the the the the UK's UK's UK's UK's ministry ministry ministry ministry of of of of defense defense defense defense says says says says in in in in an an an an intelligence intelligence intelligence intelligence briefing briefing briefing briefing Belarus Belarus Belarus Belarus has has has has also also also also deployed deployed deployed deployed air air air air defense defense defense defense forces forces forces forces artillery artillery artillery artillery and and and and missile missile missile missile units units units units to to to to training training training training sites sites sites sites in in in in western western western western Belarus Belarus Belarus Belarus the the the the ministry ministry ministry ministry adds adds adds adds pollution pollution pollution pollution forces forces forces forces haven't haven't haven't haven't been been been been directly directly directly directly involved involved involved involved in in in in the the the the invasion invasion invasion invasion of of of of Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine though though though though the the the the Russian Russian Russian Russian ally ally ally ally has has has has been been been been used used used used as as as as a a a a staging staging staging staging area area area area for for for for attacks attacks attacks attacks on on on on the the the the cities cities cities cities of of of of kia kia kia kia and and and and Cheney Cheney Cheney Cheney I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles de de de de Ledesma Ledesma Ledesma Ledesma

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Hyundai recalls 215K Sonatas; faulty hoses can leak fuel

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 5 months ago

Hyundai recalls 215K Sonatas; faulty hoses can leak fuel

"Hyundai Hyundai Hyundai Hyundai is is is is recalling recalling recalling recalling thousands thousands thousands thousands of of of of vehicles vehicles vehicles vehicles the the the the problem problem problem problem is is is is fuel fuel fuel fuel hoses hoses hoses hoses can can can can leak leak leak leak in in in in the the the the engine engine engine engine compartment compartment compartment compartment because because because because fires fires fires fires the the the the recall recall recall recall covers covers covers covers some some some some twenty twenty twenty twenty thirteen thirteen thirteen thirteen and and and and twenty twenty twenty twenty fourteen fourteen fourteen fourteen sonata sonata sonata sonata sedans sedans sedans sedans many many many many of of of of which which which which were were were were we we we we called called called called for for for for the the the the same same same same problem problem problem problem in in in in twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty in in in in that that that that recall recall recall recall dealers dealers dealers dealers inspected inspected inspected inspected the the the the hoses hoses hoses hoses and and and and replace replace replace replace them them them them if if if if they they they they were were were were damaged damaged damaged damaged if if if if not not not not heat heat heat heat resistant resistant resistant resistant tape tape tape tape was was was was installed installed installed installed this this this this time time time time all all all all the the the the faulty faulty faulty faulty hoses hoses hoses hoses will will will will be be be be replaced replaced replaced replaced Hyundai Hyundai Hyundai Hyundai says says says says there there there there are are are are no no no no confirmed confirmed confirmed confirmed crashes crashes crashes crashes fires fires fires fires or or or or injuries injuries injuries injuries but but but but it it it it does does does does have have have have one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred thirty thirty thirty thirty eight eight eight eight reports reports reports reports of of of of problems problems problems problems this this this this comes comes comes comes after after after after the the the the national national national national highway highway highway highway traffic traffic traffic traffic safety safety safety safety administration administration administration administration stepped stepped stepped stepped up up up up a a a a series series series series of of of of investigations investigations investigations investigations into into into into engine engine engine engine compartment compartment compartment compartment fires fires fires fires that that that that have have have have plagued plagued plagued plagued Hyundai Hyundai Hyundai Hyundai and and and and kia kia kia kia I'm I'm I'm I'm ready ready ready ready to to to to fall fall fall fall way way way way

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Ukraine seeks tough reply after missile kills 52 at station

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 6 months ago

Ukraine seeks tough reply after missile kills 52 at station

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Russians Killed in Action Higher Than US Count

The Larry Elder Show

00:54 sec | 7 months ago

Russians Killed in Action Higher Than US Count

"The latest in Ukraine, this is from a military writer named Michael Weiss, whose work I've admired. He said the picture that shared with senior European intelligence officials differs from the U.S. government assessment, assessments, especially on Russian losses. From our estimate, the KIA killed an action figure on the Russian side, was anywhere from 7000 to 9000 a few days ago, according to the senior European official. That's much higher than the estimate that we have. Bad morale, lack of manpower, huge, he says on the Russian side, they're calling in reservists offering money and contract to people to go and fight. And they are relying on conscripts conscripts after they said they weren't going to rely on conscripts.

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 Ukraine's economy is another victim of Russia's 'hybrid war'

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 7 months ago

Ukraine's economy is another victim of Russia's 'hybrid war'

"Say economic destabilize ation is a pillar of the hybrid war Russia is waging the threat of war is shredding Ukraine's economy and many Ukrainians and foreign residents alike or Austin one day the ones suffering instead of Russia like businessman Stuart mackenzie in kia who says many people he knows will stay put for now are you meant to rubble just because you know he's at the border the pressure from Russian troops has closed international offices canceled many flights and caused hundreds of millions of dollars in investment to dry up within weeks I'm

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Why Is Turkey Trying to Mediate the Ukraine-Russia Crisis?

The Larry Elder Show

01:14 min | 8 months ago

Why Is Turkey Trying to Mediate the Ukraine-Russia Crisis?

"Was interesting to me. I'm not exactly sure what's going on here, but we have turkey's Erdoğan is going to lend support to Ukraine. With the Kia visit, talk to us about the significance of that. What's your take on that? Yeah, that is really interesting because Erdoğan only does within the interest of everyone. But Erdoğan has had a number of budding heads with the Russians lately in the war between Azerbaijan and Armenia in Syria. And the last thing turkey wants is Russia to have control of the Black Sea. That significantly diminishes turkey's strategic interests. So yeah, the Turks like there's a lot of people that like to make nice with the Russians, go to the dinners, do business. But they know who the Russians are. And the last thing they want to do is to put their fate or trust in the Russians. So Erdoğan's just being a realist. He is siding with the Ukraine because a more powerful Russia in Europe is incredibly dangerous to turkey's interest.

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Prosecution rests in sex-abuse trial of Ghislaine Maxwell

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 10 months ago

Prosecution rests in sex-abuse trial of Ghislaine Maxwell

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi reporting reporting the the prosecution prosecution rests rests in in the the sex sex abuse abuse trial trial of of Gillian Gillian Maxwell Maxwell prosecutors prosecutors rested rested their their case case against against Elaine Elaine Maxwell Maxwell Friday Friday in in the the British British socialite socialite sex sex abuse abuse trial trial in in New New York York addy addy former former kia kia cues cues testified testified that that Maxwell Maxwell and and her her companion companion Jeffrey Jeffrey Epstein Epstein forced forced themselves themselves on on her her when when she she was was sixteen sixteen farmer farmer who's who's now now forty forty two two testified testified that that she she accepted accepted an an invitation invitation to to Epstein's Epstein's New New Mexico Mexico ranch ranch in in nineteen nineteen ninety ninety six six hoping hoping Maxwell Maxwell and and ups ups the the would would help help her her with with academic academic endeavors endeavors earlier earlier in in the the trial trial three three other other women women testified testified that that Maxwell Maxwell recruited recruited them them to to give give up up steam steam massage massage is is meant meant as as a a ruse ruse for for sexual sexual abuse abuse after after the the prosecution prosecution rested rested Maxwell's Maxwell's lawyers lawyers moved moved for for judgment judgment of of acquittal acquittal which which the the judge judge denied denied U. U. S. S. district district judge judge Alison Alison J. J. Nathan Nathan told told the the jury jury they they will will return return next next Thursday Thursday when when the the defense defense will will begin begin presenting presenting its its case case hi hi Mike Mike Ross Ross yeah yeah

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Like My Father (MM #3898)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 11 months ago

Like My Father (MM #3898)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason as I get older, I find out that I have more habits of my father than ever before. I'm so much like my father in a lot of ways. But I'm starting to do things that he does, and they're not bad things, and this isn't bad. It's just a weird little habits that you want to read, get them from. I wonder if he got them from grandfather and they're just heredity, or it's just how we're wired together. Other day driving down the road in the left hand lane, enough traction between me and the 18 Wheeler in front of me, but there were some little Kia behind me who just wanted to get around us so she bolted around the right side and pulls back in and basically the truck hits its brakes and she has to stop. So I just kind of waved at her and smiled. I thought, oh my gosh, my dad does that. I'll find myself chatting up people like cashiers at the grocery store or waitresses and things like that. Just talking about stupid stuff, like my father does. I don't know why I do that. My wife will look at me sometimes, just shake her head and go, okay, bob, whatever, and that kind of chuckle. I don't mean to be doing it. I don't realize I'm doing it, but I find out the older I get, the more I'm like my father every day. Now I guess you could say that's a good thing. It just kind of strange because I don't know where these habits come from

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Like My Father (MM #3898)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 11 months ago

Like My Father (MM #3898)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason as I get older, I find out that I have more habits of my father than ever before. I'm so much like my father in a lot of ways. But I'm starting to do things that he does, and they're not bad things, and this isn't bad. It's just a weird little habits that you want to read, get them from. I wonder if he got them from grandfather and they're just heredity, or it's just how we're wired together. Other day driving down the road in the left hand lane, enough traction between me and the 18 Wheeler in front of me, but there were some little Kia behind me who just wanted to get around us so she bolted around the right side and pulls back in and basically the truck hits its brakes and she has to stop. So I just kind of waved at her and smiled. I thought, oh my gosh, my dad does that. I'll find myself chatting up people like cashiers at the grocery store or waitresses and things like that. Just talking about stupid stuff, like my father does. I don't know why I do that. My wife will look at me sometimes, just shake her head and go, okay, bob, whatever, and that kind of chuckle. I don't mean to be doing it. I don't realize I'm doing it, but I find out the older I get, the more I'm like my father every day. Now I guess you could say that's a good thing. It just kind of strange because I don't know where these habits come from

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How COVID-19 Has Impacted US Elections

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:37 min | 1 year ago

How COVID-19 Has Impacted US Elections

"Thank you, William Doyle, doctor doll for taking the hour of your life to join us here on the Mike Gallagher show. Let's talk about where you left off. Mark Elias, let's pick up exactly where you left off when we were talking about how COVID has impacted even our elections. Right, let me try and cut to the chase and give you an analogy to show you the way I envision what happened between the law fair that the market Elias lawyers and the Democratic Party were waging and what happened with CTCL. Imagine a military campaign where you want to take a huge swath of territory. The first thing you do is go in with the saturation bombing. And that's what the law fair involved. It involved weakening and making more vulnerable state election systems by trying to sue for universal mail in balloting, private drop boxes, extended deadlines for accepting mail in ballots, which, by the way, advantaged mail in ballots significantly over in person voting. And then once you soften up the territory, you bombed it almost the submission, then the infantry moves in and takes the territory. And that's what CTCL was like. They were like the infantry that went in after the law fair taxation bombing. And basically took over these Kia local election offices and mounted a an incredibly effective get out the vote effort for Joe Biden. That's what it appears to us to have

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What Not to Spend Money On: The Crib

The Mom Room

01:43 min | 1 year ago

What Not to Spend Money On: The Crib

"The next thing. I want to talk about which i'm happy that we didn't spend money on is nursery decor and a crib or like the baby furniture for the nursery. So i obviously. I wanted to but i ended up finding a really cute set that i loved that matched the kind of room that i wanted him to have when he was a baby. I'll share a picture of his nursery on instagram. actually so we ended up getting a set of a tall dresser and then a lower dresser and then his crib from kia. And i think all three of those pieces of furniture came up to like five hundred or six hundred dollars whereas cribs that i were i was looking at that. Were really nice. And in the nice baby stores were like just. The crib itself was like six hundred or over so that crib was amazing. It had drawers on the bottom and we used that up until we switched him to a bed. And it's still like in mint condition. I am happy that we did not spend a lot of money on the crib knocking ally and to be honest when we travel to my husband's parents house in vancouver or to my parents property to my sister's house we just bought one of the. I think it's one hundred dollars and it's like a would basic crib for my kierra. And if i was you know. If i knew what i know now and i was having my first baby again i would just by that one hundred dollar kia crib. And that's it. i wouldn't even buy one. That's more

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"kias" Discussed on Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"kias" Discussed on Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

"We came to the realization. That what we do matters that that that there's actually lives on the line. So when we bravely create and we encourage other people to be brave and creates. They're not just doing that for themselves. To improve the lives of people around the and that for me is one of the most powerful missions that could ever. We've come to thank you so much. A very very well said thank you. So how can our listener and origins watching this on youtube and facebook and the meal. Connect with you online. Well my most active of my most active accounts are in my instagram. And my tiktok. And i'm on their almost all the time on instagram at kia underscore abroad era and On tiktok at kia rare so I also have my website. So if they wanna. I do have a free e book that i give to small businesses on how they can leverage videos to grow their brand on video and grow. They're paying audience. So i have that e book on my website so he Dash a rare on dot com and they can get it on their. It's slowly free. So yeah that's really can find me all right. Thank you so much so the show no on the show notes while put off the link sort of chicken connecticut and thank you so much for your and see your next week for an episode of inside job. Thank you see. I wanted to give you a quick bite of the episode. I did a while back. Absolutely say what. A lot of people find is that they've got so much business going on in their mind all the time that they find it difficult to concentrate on. What's actually happening and cheesy thinking in my mind. We're missing everything that's happening right now because really even according to quantum physics right now is the moment that's happening. That's true that we know of so if we're missing by being in last week's with a partner or in next week's event for christmas or whatever it might be then we're not actually appreciating and recognizing this moment now so it's about just wanting yourself and thinking of you breath or focusing on something that's beautiful that you walking past the flower just being in that moment which clears all of that. Clutter out of your head. You just feel a lot more calm more peaceful and more relaxed when you can practice..

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"kias" Discussed on Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"kias" Discussed on Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

"As what's the next doable thing that i can do in order to overcome this next big colonel. So that's what we did. We took at one small brave step at a time and You know that's that's what we've been doing for the past six years and something that i've learned from brother bowl sanches is ready. Fire aim absent best. That's how we've been operating in this. Business is just ready. Fire aim so. Yeah i think to answer your question as a whole the biggest challenge nuts And i still think that this is still our biggest challenge until today it just gross is just knowing how to get over the might set blocks. That happened when you get overwhelmed when you get burned out when you get You know these things happen. And i'm not gonna i'm not gonna lie and say this is. This is something that doesn't happen anymore Just because we're already at this stage in our business it still happens so I think that's always going to be the biggest hurdle or that's always going to be the biggest challenge And then we just choose to approach it from from the perspective of the next doable thing. Yes i agree with you. So that's specially they most received room so yes once huge once into all k- absolutely absolutely. Yeah that's actually a huge. That's one of my biggest blocks actually The impostor syndrome. You know when. I get invited to these things when again for example if if people sounded hey. Can you give a talk on this. Can you give top bat or can you or when we're talking to bigger clients or like the first time that we ever pitched to big client. That was the impostor syndrome is always strong. It's like are you even as a small business to. You're not going to get this and is only we get like. Oh okay so. I think i think for a lot of business owners especially small businesses and that's also the reason why we we courage small businesses to think big..

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"kias" Discussed on Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"kias" Discussed on Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

"Veira on nico santa's inside job so our is authencity or you. It's very powerful. Because you know. I think this is a very overused. One of the most overused quotes of all time is the easiest thing in the world is being yourself and you don't have because you know when you are thank you don't have to think about your you know what would you're gonna put out there. You don't have to think about how you're going to entice your audiences you know you don't have to change So much about who. You are Because especially in again in a climate that's full of you know people staging stuff and scripting stuff just to get the views. Authenticity is oftentimes really refreshing. And one of the things that i actually teach my students is the power of polarity. The power of priority is know when everybody else is saying this and then you suddenly see this like the opposite of that just because this is what you believe in that actually attracts people and repels your non ideal person. You know so verizon. A huge power in authenticity. Because it gives foul you and it gives knowledge and wisdom to your ideal audiences in the way that only you actually know how and the biggest i think the biggest power of authenticity to me is that when people are asked to mich- down you know just speak to a certain audience and you know you you gotta have something unique to give them. The biggest power of authenticity is that the only thing that makes you stand out the the only thing that makes you different from others even in the same space is your unique fault process. I call that the ut beat and that's for authenticity that's where the power of authenticity really lice. It's the only thing that's going to make you stand out into sea of everything else. So of course you are a vigil strategy suspending consultant. Why is storytelling is very important. In relation with authenticity as well. Yeah well again. we're going back. To the humanizing factor of businesses of of at least the humanizing factor of advertising authenticity storytelling closely interrelated because Human beings are wired sue stories. They're wired to tell stories. They're wire to listen to stories in if you can Put out a really bad quality video and tell a great story and that's going to get more traction than a person who has all of the bells and whistles but they're not telling a good story so that's the power of storytelling and i think that's one of the reasons why you know instagram deals and pick talk and all of these different video platforms there suddenly gaining all this traction because people are telling stories in a very authentically. There's no there's one person. I think on tiktok bet i followed and she did a story time. That was her first video..

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"kias" Discussed on Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"kias" Discussed on Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

"Relationship with your audience we are. They can see you. They could hear you they can. They know what you mean. They can resonate with you on a very emotional level. So i think it's the multi sensory nature of videos that makes it such a powerful tool in in a climate or in a in an arena as the digital arena in that kind of arena. Where they're so much noise at people are craving for offensive city. So not a lot of people are not you know. There's a lot of fakery going on social media you don't know what's true anymore so I think the authenticity value of a person especially of a personal brand of a small business video kind of humanizes. That if you appear in front of a camera and then you're talking to people. You're you're kind of humanizing your brandt. Therefore you're humanizing the relationship between you and your audience so it's not it's not anymore you know. I have this thing by this thing. It's not this it's no. I have something that could help you. And if you're not ready to buy assiette then just stick with me. I'm going to try to help you even if you're not mine from you. So there's a certain There's a certain relationship that speed developed with video as an avenue and then you're bringing back the the choice of purchase to the consumer rather than just pushing yourself and pushing yourself to To certain it notes to string audiences that actually don't don't actually have the need for your product or service. So i think that's the thing the videos. So how is how important for a small business or a creative enterpreneur. The personal branding. Bursaspor your business. Branding it should be interconnected or you have to have your own separate branding to make to make it. Success should be. I think it should be interconnected. You know personal brands and business brands. Just because i think the bigger business brands they have found a way to humanize their brands by bringing people in you know so you have you know the the ceo of apple is doing this and so it's not anymore. Just i mean for example. If you think of apple. You're thinking of steve jobs right so it's still interconnective. Actual human being you think of nike. And then you think of their brand ambassadors you think of all of these different brands right so I think it's really important for a business brand to have a person representing it. Just because when you are trying to create a relationship with an audience you have to be facing you know. You have to be conversing with human beings as human beings as a human being. Sorry so this is something that i'm a huge fan of. It's called design. Thinking and design. Thinking always starts with empathy and epilepsy. It's approaching people as again as a human person and understanding them from a very emotional level..

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"kias" Discussed on Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"kias" Discussed on Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

"Of this rupture happening in the education industry. That's already doing this. We want to be part of that. Every one of be in that position where we're encouraging people to be brave incre- and we particularly particularly liked concentrate on the smaller businesses. Because at least in the climate here in the philippines lines nine percent of small businesses failed in the first three years. It's because they're they weren't trained or they rank encouraged to use their creativity or go. There are some problems that they need to navigate around and because they are not able to use their creativity to its fullest. They were the first three years so when we say that small business can do great things really really truly believe that small businesses can do great. So you don't have to think small but you can actually achieve bigger things by being brief and just create. Thank you i. I remember was working in advertising agency. Back-back longtime ago in back into philippians. It's it's not yet avenue. How they're still there so a know in advertising if someone competitor a great odd campaign next day we you have to do another ad campaign to to overcome that in even within twenty four hours. You have to take a copywriter. You need to think a good copy. A good to overcome to other competitor. I know you've been on advertising spell your expansion advertising because of that experience and also you know of incentivizing this or not a protocol that sometimes our creative is something. It's limited because of the branding but the client wants to. Is it because of that. You created your own company. Well it wasn't necessarily because of that that we created brave works. But i believe that there is a certain unfair advantage when you when you have to work within certain limitations and i think limitations actually bring your creativity out. There is a string of restraints. That happens when you you. You have all of these. For example limited resources you have all of these mandatory especially from clients. And i think it's not a reason for you to stop your creativity but the The main reason why we got out in the first place from the advertising agency that were in it was because the burn out of it. It was really. It's just one project after another and then taking arrest is always like it felt questionable free to take arrests so we said that we are working night. A four nine four. Am so that's that's when we didn't like about that is it. It's it's It's thought of as a nor in the advertising industry. And i think that that we can't just normalize this kind of hustle culture where you puzzled. Twenty four seventy readers to succeed at something or in order for you to create something great you know. So that's the reason why we in the first place we got out and we created our own thing. We just wanted to disrupt this kind of thinking that you have to be doing something. Create something twenty four seven three to succeed and we didn't want to be to become another creative or another advertising agency or not agency or whatever it is..

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"kias" Discussed on Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"kias" Discussed on Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

"Branding in video marketing. Close welcome to the show kia greta. Welcome to inside job today. A nine thanks for having me eagle. I'm really. It's been a pretty busy a few months. But you don't can't complain for having me on tickets so much wanting catchy on your website. When i when i look in your website must be brave and and you can do a great digs..

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Rogue Renews Partnership With Kia Motors

Esports Minute

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Rogue Renews Partnership With Kia Motors

"Manufacturer Kia Motors has renewed their partnership with e-sports or Rogue. We often hear about initial partnership between an organization and a major brand. But relatively uncommonly. Do we hear that the deal has been renewed some time later with three of the deal. Expect a new wave of content creation that will highlight Rogue players their personalities and their stories, as well as supporting the brand narrative from Kia of movement. That inspires at this point in time, many of the popular automotive brake, I've already had some kind of foot in the Esports space. This renewed deal with Kia. Simply proves the effect. Esports have with these brands

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Kia Recalls Vehicles a 2nd Time, Owners Should Park Outside

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Kia Recalls Vehicles a 2nd Time, Owners Should Park Outside

"Kia is announcing a new recall for some of its older model sedans and SUVs which are at risk for engine fires the recall covers certain optima sedans from twenty thirteen to twenty fifteen and Sorrento S. U. V.'s from twenty fourteen to twenty fifteen there have been at least eight fires involving those vehicles which were recalled last year because of the potential for brake fluid leaking onto a control computer causing an electrical short not only is kia recalling hundreds of thousands of Optimus and Sorrento's it's telling owners to park outside of a garage or away from structures because the fires can occur even when the cars not running dealers will install a new lower amp fuse inspect the computers and replace them if needed I'm Jackie Quinn

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"kias" Discussed on Die Werbebande

Die Werbebande

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"kias" Discussed on Die Werbebande

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"kias" Discussed on Die Werbebande

Die Werbebande

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"kias" Discussed on Die Werbebande

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"kias" Discussed on Die Werbebande

Die Werbebande

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"kias" Discussed on Die Werbebande

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"kias" Discussed on The Creativity Campus Podcast

The Creativity Campus Podcast

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"kias" Discussed on The Creativity Campus Podcast

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"kias" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:09 min | 2 years ago

"kias" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The house is more than just a building. Dr. Michael Ziegler tells how people who share life together Khun B. A household of faith. Jesus cares for households and Jesus knows that households often rise and fall together and he doesn't want anyone to fall. Not one member, not a single household. He wants to work through you, not justice, an individual but as a vibrant member of a spiritually vibrant home and author Daan Everts talks about messy prayers, loud tables and open doors today on the Lutheran, our Hello. I'm Mark. I sure Thanks for joining us today. Your gifts in prayers Help Lutheran. Our bring Christ to the nations and the nations to the church. Thank you for your faithful support. Now. Here's our speaker, Dr Michael Ziegler. If you spent any time learning about the Bible is a kid. Whether in a Sunday school classroom or a Christian school. Or even watching veggie tales. You probably heard the story about Nikias. You might have learned the song too. The kiss was a wee little man and a wee little man. Was he? He climbed up in the sycamore tree for the Lord he wanted to see and as the savior passed that way. He looked up in the tree and said to kiss you come down. For I'm going to your house to day I'm going to your house to stay. And then you remember what happened. People got upset. Why'd they get upset? Because apparently Ekeus was a real jerk. He was a tax collector. And he had gotten rich by cheating his own people out of their hard earned money. So understandably, they were shocked. They were scandalized that Jesus would go to stay at his house. But that's what Jesus did. That's what Jesus does. And he ends Ekeus. A barbecue, they hang out. Anza Kias has a change of heart. He He changes his ways. He starts a new life. And before he leaves Jesus. Comments on the moment he says that this is why he came. He came to seek and to save Lost. In other words, Zaki's isn't just a jerk. He's a lost sheep and Jesus came for him. That's the story of the Kias. It's a memorable account about what Jesus came to do and how one unlikely individual responded to him in faith. But there's another way to hear this story. When I picture the story of the Kias, I tend to seize the KIIS all by himself as the lone lost sheep. But what about the other people in Sochi is his life. The other people in the keys his household. Well, I guess I just figured that's Ekeus lived alone. In our time, it wouldn't be too unusual for a person to live alone. In the United States, about three in 10 adults, roughly 30% of adults live alone. But this wasn't the case for most of human history. Until about 50 years ago. Less than one in 10 people lived alone. And in sickest this time, it was even less. So did the kiss. Live along. It's possible. Not very likely. In his time and place very, very few people lived alone, mostly for practical reasons. So it's likely that Zaki's did have other people in his household. This could include perhaps a wife and Children. Possibly his mom and dad. His wife's parents. Brothers and sisters, Other relatives. They all could've lived under the same roof. And then there could be servants and coworkers borders. All of these people could have been part of the key is his house. Even if they all didn't live under the same roof. They still could be part of what was thought of as the house of Zacarias. And Zacky asses culture that is in the culture reflected in the writings of the Bible. They didn't have two words for this house and household like we do in English. They just had the one word. House. And so in their minds, the house of the Kias Would refer less to the structure and more to the people. People who share every day domestic activities together. Eating and drinking, washing and cleaning. Fetching water feeding chickens. Fixing a leaky roof. All these people who shared these activities together would be part of the household. Even if they all didn't live under the same roof. Now This is where it gets confusing for us, because when we use the word household, we typically mean people who live under the same roof. If you live alone, we would say automatically thatyou're a household of one. At least a ce faras. The IRS is concerned. That's not how the kisses culture would have thought about it. Because the household was less about the structure and more about the people who who shared life together, even if they didn't live under the same leaky roof. Seen it this way, even someone who lives alone. Could be part of a larger household. For instance, let's say you live alone. You might have one or two people who come over to your house on a regular basis, and they're a regular part of your daily domestic life. Or maybe no one comes over to your house. But you go over to their house and you're a part of their life. In this way of thinking you would be part of their household. Of course, this isn't the way we use the word household today, So maybe we could say that that you're a part of their extended household. And that the core household is everybody who lives under the same roof. And the extended household is all the other people. And so the core household Plus the extended household is the whole household. But you've got to remember. That in the Bible, there's just one word. It's the house..

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"kias" Discussed on EGO NetCast

EGO NetCast

09:57 min | 2 years ago

"kias" Discussed on EGO NetCast

"System and she's been working with this studying history religion philosophy for for twenty years and this is a system is really a unique way to help you to connect all your parts and I really love your name of your pod. Eagerness Nest cast because and because we have learned that EGO is a bad thing eagle. You shouldn't have your ego. Your should get rid of it. You should kill it if you kill your ego you're on an NFC said in the beginning you said Ego. I Am Eagle for me. It's ego is the physical person so ego has we have learned from where when that he is is bad but ego is driving force. You have to embrace your Echo. You have to embrace your driving force have to love yourself. I mean Eagle is depart that do things. Eagle has arms and legs. Here's your mouth. We are two eagles talking here but we also have a salt for purpose. Been integrating factor nerve. Begin mind and body so you have to do some introspection in order to understand your ego and so I i. I like your explanation of Please tell me what inspired you or what. What's your attraction to resist them? And could you tell us about if you want to share the story of how you found rely spider system than wanted to practice it? Yeah I think I was always a very char Shy Child of fearful scared of things send. I didn't get the kind of emotional support and I was really really looking for for something. My parents died in that time and I was really lost and I came home from Spain and I mean my parents died. Iowa's totals I didn't know what to do on this planet and I thought is this. Is this all there is what am I gonNa do this? No one will teach me here so then I find Because she had a Webinar Bach. Fear or listen to that and I realized that I have so many different fears controlling my life and when I heard her talking about that I thought that she has to answer to my my my fears and the more I learned about lifespan systems are learned that we are different parts and if we learn in school for example when to teach the kids to get in contact with the driving forces. It's so easy to say that we give our children different diagnosis because it's easier to to to set a thick label on things instead of looking at. How amazing is this kid? Why why why is she doing this or that? Maybe that's just only energy that wants to come out to be expressed and then we need to also to be Contact with her so I think that we also had a sort of divine purpose because when I saw my mother die I she was there. We were talking and then she came into a coma and then she took her last breath and then she was gone. She just something. Her soul left her old sick body in the bed in hospital. Then I realized they must be so. Don't who just lift the body while that soul is in their body? I think that the body is ego. The body is driving force and now she didn't mention Driving forces anymore cashew in fact probably were where she was before she was bar to ask a question. Yeah Fulop for because his English is not not our first language. Is Our second lenders often. And is this live. Spider system is at the on an international scale. To do they have practice all over the world. And can you get the information on the system in English? Yes yes it's it's all over the world it's We have. I'm ally spider licensed coach. We have coaches in different parts guitar. She lives in California and we have a coach in New Zealand. They are working in Canada. So they just sort of cover over the planet and you can find Information in English and also listened to the pardon sale will end loot. Yeah that's great. I will include that in in in the show notes. Then we'll see if we could find angels so on on this blog talk radio or some other place and talking about English. You the book. The listeners could download from your site and the vaccine English called issue evolution book. Could you tell us a bit of ts before they downloaded and why they should read it evoke? Yes it's it's a teaser to download and really get a taste of why you should connect with your ego and it gives you. I think I hope a new perspective to the Word Eagle and to your in h powered that you have inside yourself but we have not learned how to get contact with it how to get to be part of it and I think we need a new paradigm to do that. It's Seinfeld for us to just I don't know just walking to our powers and own them so that's why you should download the Eagle evolution evil. Yeah soon talking about books you on your Youtube Channel. You have a nice. Did you trae like all of most like a movie trailer? But the the tree Pronounce it out in translated in English. But you could tell a bit about explanation above name London. Good enough I spell it like translated or pronounce it as as it's written but is in a different way so country good enough. Could you say that door? What's the name of the country good enough? And what's the story about? Oh yeah that's a children's book I wrote. It's not revised yet not yet you have it in. La It's my plasma future plans and actually walking and good enough. It's coming from from good enough because we are good enough. We are amazing as we are and the country is it's it's about. The little girl was Liv- living at dark planet called Solo and her parents don't have time with her and she gets a magical harmonica and then she could travel to the bright country. A country good enough there. She had a lot of great experiences with new friends. Achieve that yeah that's lurking amazing story of it could be for associate Mitee As often said that it could be for adults that have a child chiding Childish Behavior in a fun way that you play fullness so I think this book For kids but I think also for grownups. I look forward to read that. Yes good we work. Yeah I will I will write right on cue and do have talking about books. Do you have any that? You're reading right now or or your books or something like a book. Cheap you want to share Why am I reading? Actually I'm always reading a lot of books. Actually love reading books about John. Brad show called creating love. He also wrote a book about healing from shame. Is I think I love to? I love to read about even behavior. Why doing why do in in these times. We really need to create love really to connect and we need to do that with the help of our driving forces that are eagle have great great to hear an s an ending. Note here all skew about your favorite beverage. I said I've written my first book. Black T. Eighteen Swedish in one in English. Do you have any favorite beverage? Yes do and I actually love teague. Also I love like you and your sketches in the book and I love black icon. I think so yes. Lackey's great makes Monday move isn't it? Yeah it makes day too so thanks for making my day here for your presence here your time. Is it anything else? You want to stay at Any you could of course but where we could find you on the Internet in cyberspace if you want to repeat because five-man Kia Hellas Dot s. e. can download the book. Even if it's it's written in the book is in English so you can just download it in English. So you can. You can get downloaded that and if you want to book a free call with me go to the contact session and just bite something. Let's talk let's talk about the. Let's talk about the driving forces that's great. Thank you for your and took sued again shares. Thank you later. Bye.

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"kias" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Ram road you know ramrod this thing through on an accelerated timeline so they could maybe wash their hands of it ahead of twenty twenty so they don't step on their nominees message I mean there's a lot of partisan considerations of play one we have about a minute left I do want to just follow up on my second part of the question the Biden campaign. I have my own opinion I'm gonna do a monologue in the next hour on how the Biden campaign is responding to all of this they're not really answering questions at least kias and Biden isn't out there all over the place answering questions what do you make of their response. I am frustrated by it. he's a great Easter camera crap not just in your political analyst but there. what strikes me is that I don't think the Democrats who turns communication I understand how hard and at times this is the current registration can play and you know and the whole idea that they would raise the price to think too little where people with a wild it's it's it's not as fast as the Biden crime when they leave the Lebanese. have everybody talking about bite is if he's going to get hurt thank you what is going on but but but I do care is not responding in kind and I think they think nobody what our current loyalist going about by this kind of stupidity well actually level we'll put out large put out all kinds of distractions and confusion what they call gas lighting for him yeah although you know on one just to be perfectly honest I don't think I can be accused of being a hard core trump loyalists and I I have concerns about what the president is done here I also do think there is at least significant appearance if not proof of impropriety with the bidens in a very swampy sort of gross slimy arrangement where pockets were being line based on access and influence and I think that for Biden just to go into a hole somewhere and say this is only about trump this is all been asked and answered I don't think that's true and I also think it's bad politics and we'll see if they re calibrate at some point because I think right now they look weak and flat footed which is a preview of my upcoming monologue later in the show Juan Williams FNC political analyst co host of the five he's a columnist at the hill what the hell do you have to lose is his book one good luck to your nationals tomorrow night I know you'll be in the building. good to talk with you as always Sir we'll be right back some audio from CNN yesterday you've gotta be bleep in may next. conservative dark Benson shown. this is a special alert to all Americans to own a vehicle with less than two hundred thousand miles with an auto warranty about to expire.

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