21 Burst results for "LAL"

"lal" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

03:39 min | 8 months ago

"lal" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"A Good thank you. Yes sound only hit them in the mouth. You don't see system south idea. You knew when mom gone lal eddie you sit next to him in j. breathed breed good d. bag and live woman mom loud. I never doubted the ban. I mean i'm not your gums..

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"lal" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

The Running for Real Podcast

02:22 min | 9 months ago

"lal" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

"The we've grown too close to i think fifteen or sixteen thousand online witches. You know nothing. I ever imagined was going to happen when i launched a facebook group in a blog. Post about why. I run for lal is i mean. That's even way up since i last had you talking about. It says it's impressive. What you've been able to do there and Just to be Take a little step back for someone who is listening to this and thinking okay but you said you have your your husband's you have your social support you have medication and You have therapy like that. Must mean the running isn't enough so tell us how running comes into this and why it's a k. To say that like any one of these things is not enough but the combination y- grounds you and gives you the strength to get out of bed and run. Oh go do you need today. Yeah one thing that. I i see a lot of is the slogan rotting therapy and at still are run. We believe that running his therapeutic. It's not actually therapy. Doesn't actually take the place of medication To replace the chemicals that your brain isn't producing. It isn't actually talk therapy. Cognitive behavioral therapy. But it is something that is reputed and can help you out so for me. Personally i have to use those three tools in my toolbox To be the best version of myself the the running helps me feel more accomplished in does help a little bit with those that chemical happy chemical release in my brain But the medication as it's something i absolutely need. It's like a diabetic meeting insulin. You can't just go without it or try and find a substitute and then because of the depression anxiety have i need to talk to someone about the thoughts in my head. Irrational rational thoughts and helped me rethink about life. Really so i. I wish it was as easy as just being able to run for mental health..

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"lal" Discussed on Premium Hoops

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04:45 min | 1 year ago

"lal" Discussed on Premium Hoops

"Means last night. It's just been like taking off the mask. Under doc rivers. Is tyler not gonna go that far but yeah like it's just been like he has been completely alcocer series. Yes no i think. That's fair as rick. Carlisle luca just master. Plus these two games. else out on series unless you do. I guess the last thing. I would just ask i mean what's your temperature. Check on this. What do you think about about as large. Okay i okay no no. This is who we're not talking about. Click bay bullshit about which wins leaving. No we're not doing now. I thought you were gonna say. Is it time to play luke kennard. Oh well i mean. I do think luke kennard. It'd probably play a little bit like it's better than playing rondo. Not is better than playing reggie jackson. I'd rather see canard play. Because he's i trust them more as a shotmaker in in somebody can do stuff as passer out there. So yeah. I mean it's better. It's better than playing reggie jackson for thirty minutes. I i don't know something. try something. yeah. I mean the concern with him. Obviously he's just gonna get cooked but it's like okay. We'll everyone else again cooked so you know from. Maybe let's add a little offense here even though it's been well let's talk about like this. Where i'm at with the clippers and their rotation right now. It's like when you try and make something from scratch and your cooking or like you just have a bunch of shit left in the fridge. Everything i don't feel like going to the store and you throw it all together and it tastes terrible and you. Just you're running out of ingredients and you have to keep trying stuff to make this thing not tastes like is the only thing you're gonna eat today because you don't have time to the grocery store. That's where i'm out with the clippers. Like they have to find something in the fridge. That is actually gonna make sense in whatever the hell. They're cooking their panel right now because it is a. It's me. I like the knowledge that analogy. I would add in that. It's a off against another chef. And the other chef happens to be one of the greatest chefs in the world in luca and you can kind of just have a bunch of ingredients here. You're trying to mix together to compete with his. But it's luca so it's like cops but dallas vs clippers. You were about to say before. Cut you off about luke kennard. I actually don't remember what was going to say like. I just think it's worth a couple of minutes. Actually was getting roasted on twitter earlier today..

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"lal" Discussed on Premium Hoops

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05:47 min | 1 year ago

"lal" Discussed on Premium Hoops

"Aggressive in not settle because Even in game two you saw that it's basically The phoenix the phoenix. Phoenix is trying to force eighty to shoot jumpers. Right now in his jumper has been following all season long really And even in this series. They're kinda just half hard and closing out there not fully getting right up on him when a in the face of situations giving him those long mids and he's been missing them and i think the has done a great job defending him but last night In in last night too. I think eight and did a great job defending him but he just getting calls after calls after call specifically on on crowder He had a couple of bridges when they switched onto him. Cam johnson picked up a couple on him. I thought he still defended him really. Well like i said But clearly anthony davis just him being more aggressive in game. two was a big difference Because both of these offenses right now are like pretty. The and i guess i would say About the offense was more like these teams. Were playing fantastic. Yeah like both teams are missing from three but also the defense been so good. I agree though. Like aiden is played incredible defense on a ad And i think it's it's interesting to me. Because i've gotten i mean you know me i I always find ways to defend random. Random players enroll players. Andre drummond has me like he's just been cloud good in this series and a lot of blame keeps being put on him which is just. I think it's misplaced like the first game. Anthony davis was terrible. Just flat out on both ends. I thought he was. He was really rough especially relative to him a lot better last night. Of course he got the line. It's on and like you mentioned that's where it becomes tough because if he starts being aggressive in trying to get to the rim jae crowder did his best on him but that's where they really struggled lake and this is where i i. A lot of people keep tossing out the all will. They need to play at the five. What are they gonna play at the five and granted. They did close with ad at the five. It works but my point is if they have drummond and eighty out there like phoenix just can't match up with that it forces them like you mentioned in the foul trouble. Jae crowder gotten foul trouble early. I mean cam. Johnson cannot defend you. Davis. and but you can't really switch cam johnson onto onto drummond and have eight and playing on davis because then that presents an even bigger mismatch even if your drums not a good Post score but he's going to outclass cam johnson. In every facet in the paint like that kind of stuff is really hard to deal with. And i think mark saul had his moments yesterday. Okay i'll ask you another question. How did you feel about marcus..

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"lal" Discussed on Premium Hoops

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02:30 min | 1 year ago

"lal" Discussed on Premium Hoops

"Thing. Norman powell to get the ball a little bit in portland. I think he's taking twenty shots in two games or game. He he shot terribly. Yes but also like in game two. Think steve jones junior or it might have been jackson. I can't remember. I follow too. Many people on twitter posted like four screen shots of him just wide open off. Yeah i i think that was jack. I saw that he. They're like portland is dame's doing some awesome heavy lifting but denver's defense has also been pretty porous and i would like to see them take advantage of it even more but we'll see on that All right so let's dive into the series man. I know we want to talk about phoenix and the lakers. First game to his last night lakers ended up winning. But of course. With the caveat. That chris paul he only played like fifteen or twenty minutes yesterday. Not even because he's still dealing with injury and just hasn't really looked. If i told you how many shots he's taken this entire series. How many would you guess. I mean i i would say just a little bit over ten now. Guess you take in thirteen field goal attempts in fifty nine minutes. I took like last night. Yeah you can tell that the the shoulders really bothering him and it just. I'm hopeful that he can be back incorrect for the next game. Because i'm really not excited about the idea of chris. Paul losing out another playoff series. Because he's injured that would absolutely suck but that's just something we have to lead in with. I mean how does your outlook at a series change because of that. I mean it's hard to say that that it doesn't completely alter how you view it because it does for me. Well first of all if chris paul one hundred percent this is a very very very tough series for phoenix autism as to expect they are the underdogs coming in But of chris. Paul is not a hundred percent like you saw it in game one when he That dagger i guess shot. He hit that mid range elbow. Shot like you could tell his former It was completely different like he. He just launched it up in shocked it. It just look different Another thing people in pointing out is the injured shoulder. The right shoulder. he just like isn't like he. He's one of the best of all security. He's just losing his handle The most random spots right now Which i mean you've gotta assume is because of the shoulder so if he's not a hundred percent or even like if he's half of what he is i just.

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The Surprising Journey of New World Coins To Mughal India‬

Scrolls & Leaves

01:58 min | 1 year ago

The Surprising Journey of New World Coins To Mughal India‬

"So spanish. America produces mindful of silver from the fifteen cookies and forties particularly from the fifteen forty s. Silver began to be exported in very large quantities. This came in the form of silver coins. A heavy silver coin got dollars odeon feet from mexico. So if you have mexican reels fate from baru via Peruvian dollars and they all came to spain a several itself From berlin silver gold civilian. That's not jeff hader. He's a professor of medieval and early. Modern history at the center for historical studies at joe har lal now who university in new delhi. He says the silver's johnny did not end in spain. Large quantity of silver flew out of spain so much. So that spin did not remain the biggest beneficiary in your world and it gravitated towards hideous which were highly commercialized. They goods and services. And i would consider mobilier two very important zone toward switch. These coins cry. We dated the mogul empire ruled most of northern india from the early sixteenth to the mid eighteenth century and it was one of the most powerful economies in the world india since ancient times had a gordon extraordinary structure of foreign trade and trade balances india exported commodities mainly textiles spices indigo and salt bitter chicago. Green to the markets in the persian gulf and red sea and beyond that to the mediterranean ain't exchange golden silver came. There was a very high demand and all this started. Driving towards the indian ocean in a favorite bakery an india receive a lion's share of this spanish-american suit

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"lal" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

Game Theory Podcast

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"lal" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

"So The first priority is presumably still even with what I no longer there bojan bogdanovic. I like bow down a lot. I think that he can be a useful part of a good team. I think that having somebody who's a secondary Choice board makes sense next to the Aaron Fox. But then really outside of that, you know, the Kings aren't going to have cap space there Bo. And which has a huge cap hold because he was not a rookie scale guy. He signed as a he signed in on rookie-scale contracts by staying staying away for three years. No desire to search unfortunately. So I think what they're going to do is they'll retain bogdanovic as long as the offers don't get crazy a will bring back some of the other guys if they really want to they'll use the mid-level and draft their pics and call it a day the bogdanovich thing. That's where the Lakers get really interesting for me because yeah, he's a restricted free agent and I would assume that if the Lakers can only offer their mid-level and if they could offer a full mid-level, this is not necessarily the taxpayer mid-level because the Kings would certainly match the taxpayer mid-level, but full middle of the full to I think they probably would but I wonder if there's a world wage. Where the Kings would be like kind of a similar deal to the Malcolm Brogdon thing last year were the Kings would be like, okay, if you're going to do this, we want number 28 overall and we'll let him go for that wage and we'll do a problem the problem there though is the hard cap is that if the Lakers acquire bogdanovic or anybody else via sign-and-trade then they're hard capped at the apron which is 6 million / the tax line and I don't think the Lakers why don't leave home. They could probably make it work. But like it would be very tight. I think they'd probably have to move to any green and they'd probably have to do it in a salary dump. Like you could be one of those things where she goes a third place and then you know that there would be ways to make it work. Like they could theoretically do that to create a trade exception and I liked booked on if it's with the Lakers but I think the easy the easiest approach the most straightforward one is generally that if a team has a refrigerant they like the restrictive fridge and they will keep the restricted free Asian. Yeah. I think that you're probably right there. It's not going to stop me from dreaming about ways to get him to Milwaukee potentially or ways to get him off. To I'm trying to think like none of the teams that have cap space really make a ton of sense for him. I actually I kind of like him in a lot of those but we run into the same issue that we did with g e p which is that bogdanovic isn't really at the right stage in his career for them that like Charlotte. For example, it's going to take them a long time to get to where they need to take to get to where they need to go. And so bogdanovic. He's already twenty-eight so would say it takes Charlotte three more years. There's a natural Talent around he's 31. He's probably getting towards the end of this contract down really that like, I like I like bogdanovic a lot on the Hawks actually like it'd be just just as another light in case I think he's better than Kevin her now..

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"lal" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

Game Theory Podcast

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"lal" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

"I one of the challenges of a kuzma Centric trade is just getting the matching salary Lakers don't have any exceptions. So one theory of that would be the one kind of movable guy that have that actually makes money is Danny Green. So theoretically you could think kuzma plus green to get somebody who makes more in the like twenty million dollar range. That could be a possibility. I don't have any clear fits in mind. But yeah, I would I would rather move it and remember that 2021 is going to be an off-season one. A lot of teams have money and you don't need that much of a constituency in order to get paid. So it'll only take a couple of teams that are interested in kuzma for his for his veins to go higher and if the team thinks they can poach them from the Lakers and everything else like that. That's there's some real value there so I could see I could see seems being interested. So yeah, I would I get like you I would move early rather than late especially because he is not an essential piece like title teams. The rules are different like an contending teams, but I think they could move kuzmic get a player even if they're quote unquote life who is better for for this configuration and theoretically is is you can do something with long-term. So just a couple of names that come to mind in his salary cap range not necessarily in the attached to any green to him try and go bigger fish hunting. We don't think there's any way that the Pistons would do Luke Kennard for kuzma and their first, right? I think they I think that Pistons would consider that I don't I don't think pinard is so like so essential necessarily to what the Pistons are doing. And remember Troy Weaver. Not the general manager that drafted Luke Kennard, right? Yeah, they they tried to they tried to trade Canard under the previous regime as well. If you remember there was that botched Phoenix Suns steal that never really came to fruition. Maybe it wasn't botched. But maybe it was just reported earlier before the whole deal was done can obviously has some injury concerns as well to where I don't know that I would feel great about paying him but I think in our is a better fit with that team in Los Angeles than he is in Detroit Frank, ntilikina is interesting to me is a flyer for this team. That one thing we didn't really talk about is that the Lakers have just focused all of their energy on defensive-minded Players Club and the thing that would worry me about ntilikina is that.

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"lal" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

Game Theory Podcast

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"lal" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

"But we we the the answer is we don't know for sure yet. Yeah, I was going to say it's like, on the borderline off the the thing that kind of helps them. Is that the dang money doesn't count toward the accounts toward the salary cap. It doesn't count toward the tax write-off. Oh does it why do they think that why am I wrong? It's stretched so it counts the accounts for the accounts for that amount. Yeah. Okay. So yeah, they're going to be they are probably going to be a taxpayer mid-level and team. It's interesting to try and find the guide to you have a guy in mind that makes some sense for them. Not really. I think the challenge was trying to predict somebody to the Lakers is that it's probably going to be somebody taking a pay cut and predicting who's going to take a pay cut is a little bit difficult. I wouldn't be surprised if it's a you know, like a forward just because you think of having kcpt and and green if they don't trade him as being more guard options and Rhonda off all that so I could see somebody like Glenn Robinson the third or Derrick Jones jr. Potentially, I think you want somebody with a little bit more shooting there, but the forward options aren't particularly inspiring this class. This is this is not the group in some ways. The funniest would be Wes Matthews because that would be also taking him away from the box and that could be that could be a possibility. Maybe West Matthews wants to walk mean he doesn't have the connection to that area like he does to Wisconsin as a Marquette player. But yeah, well, I don't have any clear-cut fits though. Yeah. Neither do I it's kind of hard to find that one guy off. Could I think Justin holiday would make some sense for them a guy that can knock down shots versatile defensively Garrett couple. Yeah, Gary Frank. I think I think they're I think that it's off line is option. Interesting because the team is just so comical expensive like, you know like that five million. I don't have the specific numbers on it. But let's say roughly that 5 million will cost them ten million, maybe even a twelve or thirteen. I just think that as much money as as I don't think that he moves the needle enough for them to make that sort of a that sort of thing if they're going to keep Joe Harris, which I think they will change. I've been kind of trying to figure out if they're going to move Taurean Prince with their draft pick. They might that's kind of what I've been assuming is going to be their way out. But Garrett Temple declining that option. The reason I'm hesitant them climbed are temples just because I think that everyone on that team loves Garrett Temple, and I think that that keeping things happy for Steve Nash's first year is going to be very important with Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving there the last thing that we should mention here with the Lakers before on their offseason at least page. Talk about them just getting creative right they do have their first round pick and they do have Kyle kuzma who they're going to have to make a decision on paying maybe this summer probably more likely next summer. I don't think that they're going to be trying to extend Kyle kuzma necessarily after what we saw in the playoffs. I kind of am intrigued by the idea of moving him this Summer but I always think that team should act early on moving guys. Where are you on Kyle kuzma and kind of optional that the Lakers have now to move guys like him. I never particularly liked his fit with LeBron NAD just because kuzma doesn't play great defense and he kind of he's too comfortable. You know, he kind of wants the ball a little bit more than fits perfectly with a group and we saw that you know, largely he was marginalized with this.

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"lal" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

Game Theory Podcast

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"lal" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

"So LeBron into to a d and also to a bunch of talented players many of whom are kind of not in their prime years why Howard's a great example this being more okay than I could have expected sometimes with with that sort of a role. You know that do I Howard wasn't going to get his extra post-ups. He wasn't going to get off even necessarily going to get reliable minutes, but he looked so much better physically this year, which was a great. Thing to see considering like I mean, I think that with Dwight the everything that happened after Orlando made people some sometimes forget how incredible he was before that thought. He was genuinely one of like the three best players in the NBA in Orlando. It was it was not even a question it is it is weird that there will be some people and I'm not sure they're like wage earners that this will cement Dwight Howard's Hall of Fame case when that was submitted. I half decade ago. Yeah like to me. This should not change Dwight Howard like and let's let's actually move into something I wanted to do with you to just kind of close out this this Lakers Loop, right and to just play the Legacy game in terms of what does this mean for all of the Lakers guys and we can start with the white Howard. Like, I don't think they've really changed as much for Dwight. I think he's a Hall of Famer beforehand. I think he's still Hall of Famer now, I don't know that a season where he averaged seven points and seven rebounds and came off the bench for the Lakers jersey. Should really make much of a difference even though it ended in him achieving a championship as like their eighth best player on the team. Yeah, I largely agree with you as though I'm I'm really happy that it happened. It was in you know, like I don't I don't think it's a legacy play. I think it's more just like to have that tab that resolution within his career. I think that's that's interesting and and like wage Rondo. I wonder how this is going to affect especially cuz you played so well in the he played so well in the postseason but like so there's I don't I'm not a big Hall of Fame person, especially cuz the boss of him so spectacularly messed up like Rondo he has for all defensive team appearances, but he only has one all-nba parents and for me, it's very hard for a player like that to any for All Star games like to me a player like that isn't isn't necessarily how Famer but this is absolutely a feather in the cap. And for the idea that Rondo was a more of a sixteen game player than eighty-two game player. I think you got a real job. is piece of evidence here and after all of the stuff that he's been through going back to basically when he was from the injuries and when he was the disaster in Dallas back in 2015 to to make it, you know, Sacramento Chicago the pills and then now with the Lakers like this is it it takes on a different pattern like I'll I'll connect this back to.

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"lal" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

Game Theory Podcast

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"lal" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

"Yeah. I mean Anthony Davis is consistency particularly on the defensive end was ridiculous what he did. I mean you look at Miami's shot charts like they don't want to just be taking threes and like shots from the free throw line off. Look at their shot charts, like they couldn't go inside and take shots. Basically anytime Kendrick Nunn tried to drive because Kendrick was the only one that was I don't even want to say Fearless enough. Like I would say almost foolhardy enough to try and drive in and score at the basket. Anthony Davis is just swapping the shit out of them like that. But in in game six pack the huge Dynamic of the turnovers, there were a series of turnovers in the first half. So Miami had nine total and I think a lot of those from what I recall were circumstances where I'm originally the guy drove and was going to into normal circumstances probably would have tried the shot himself thought better of the shot then tried to pass it by Anthony Davis is there for the past so it became to turn over and then that filled the Lakers transition offense home and I actually believe that you know, if I had a vote I actually would have voted for Anthony Davis for finals MVP because they were both important offensively and LeBrons contributions on birth. Bill 10 should not be discounted but we saw the kind of the on-off disparity in the Lakers defense pretty prominently in this series. I mean when a t wasn't right physically when he was unavailable due to foul trouble those were the moments where the girl has looked most vulnerable and I thought that Davis was really that guy, you know, he was affecting things the rim and also think about the double that Frank Vogel asked Davis to Thursday. Oh in the in the late in this game was in game six. So they took out white Howard from the starting lineup. So he had to be a catch-all while also typically being the primary defender on a bayou and oftentimes Miami does a beautiful job with their offensive putting bam in a place where that's very difficult to do and I thought that Davis was affecting everything. I'm Pam also didn't look right physically, but some of that was also a Davis being a monster and so I hope that because he didn't win Finals MVP and LeBron was unanimous and Bobby Bobby blah that Davis is contribution, you know, usually I think that the contract Visions of players who are not the best player on their championship team get overstated like they get too much Championship shine, but Davis might be the rare exception where because technically might have been the second best player in his own team. But also the second best player in the playoffs. He might actually get too little because his championships added was massive in this in this playoffs. Yeah. I totally agree with that. I mean or or talking about a Lakers team where Kentavious Caldwell-Pope is now going to go down in history as being the third-best player on a title team like that's the thing that's going to happen now cuz Kentavious Caldwell-Pope was their third best player throughout the course of this year and throughout the course of this series to be sure. Maybe you can make a case from Rondo..

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"lal" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"lal" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

"So what's the fun? ? An unexploded bomb at Lakeland airport influence is where son and finance look. . That's what the news report says. . Okay, , exactly an unexploded bomb but live missile alive missile could be better or worse than an unexploded Bob depending on you know what they mean by live missile. . Now, this , story that we saw kind of goes out of its way to say it serious but not crazy dangerous. . and. . Right. . So who would a jeb you? ? This story is yeah. . First of all, , this is from the Tampa Bay. . Times. . On August seventeen and There's in addition to, , of course, , Sunan Fund our other businesses and and concerns at Lakeland Linder Airport in where Senate, , funding occurs each used to occur each year. . So one of the businesses at that airport is a defense contractor. . and. . This defense contractor discovered invented had taken delivery of what is being called a live missile. . Basically the quote from the company says in the process evaluating shipments to drake. . International, , Lakeland facility our team discovered an object with questionable markings. . There's a quest, , there's upset title for you. . Indicated getting maybe explosive adhering to the explosive safety rule of exposing the minimum number of people for the minimum amount of time to potential explosive has it. . We got the hell out. . No, , that's not what it says. . It says we made the decision to evacuate the facility, inform , our surrounding tenants and contact the appropriate authorities soon as possible. . Apparently. . This was a missile with an unexploded were alive warhead. . It's unclear whether it was. . You know solid fuel and ready to ready to be fired. . There's all kinds of other questions that could be <hes> asked here there's a picture. . Of. . Understand what that picture is go ahead swept for there's a picture of <hes> some <hes> men wearing <hes> army fatigues, , air force for something like that wrestling with this thing, , it's about. . <hes> the size of a small car or maybe a medium size car about that length, , and it looks like could be about a meter in diameter. . It's on cradle with with cash string wheels, , and all this they're trying to me and handle it on the back of this <hes> flatbed truck <hes>. . Very interesting. . So all kinds of things going on. . At lakeland airport when it's not so infantile. . Now, , a couple of questions here first of all this <hes> jurors, , what's the? ? It's Drake Drake Aka a K., , and international. . And where on the airport grounds is this located relative to the you know the the article the second graph of the article says that they evacuated the whole southeast side of the airport. . doper chopper town. . Yeah. . Okay. Over . there. . All right. . Yeah. . Okay. . And Jack and international is an aggressor. . Squadron. . Operation Right for training aired air pilots in combat I see. . So it's an what a non-governmental training operation private private contractor and I haven't googled them but there's On old on say Oh, , a not a current generation. . Saab. . Manufactured <hes> fighter called the draken. . And many of them have found their ways into private hands I. . See my say and I suspect <hes> that it's named after that type of airplane, , right? ? Okay. . And it's so. . So. . Many questions here. . One would think if they were if anybody at draken was expecting alive munition to arrive keep going. . They have been watching for it. . You Know Sky Order I order A. . Box of breakfast cereal from Amazon I put it on my calendar and I got reminders and. . I know it's coming right Caution these rice krispies may exploded anytime snap crackle pop man but. . So. . How is so kind of the question whether or not did they get sent? ? This was this just sort of a special gift from some friend of drinking I suspect that they bought some surplus. . Hardware. . Okay from a vendor from maybe a directly from <hes> a foreign military. . and. . This was in the Tim. . Yeah. . Okay I guess. .

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Live Missile Found at LAL

Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

04:53 min | 1 year ago

Live Missile Found at LAL

"So what's the fun? An unexploded bomb at Lakeland airport influence is where son and finance look. That's what the news report says. Okay, exactly an unexploded bomb but live missile alive missile could be better or worse than an unexploded Bob depending on you know what they mean by live missile. Now, this story that we saw kind of goes out of its way to say it serious but not crazy dangerous. and. Right. So who would a jeb you? This story is yeah. First of all, this is from the Tampa Bay. Times. On August seventeen and There's in addition to, of course, Sunan Fund our other businesses and and concerns at Lakeland Linder Airport in where Senate, funding occurs each used to occur each year. So one of the businesses at that airport is a defense contractor. and. This defense contractor discovered invented had taken delivery of what is being called a live missile. Basically the quote from the company says in the process evaluating shipments to drake. International, Lakeland facility our team discovered an object with questionable markings. There's a quest, there's upset title for you. Indicated getting maybe explosive adhering to the explosive safety rule of exposing the minimum number of people for the minimum amount of time to potential explosive has it. We got the hell out. No, that's not what it says. It says we made the decision to evacuate the facility, inform our surrounding tenants and contact the appropriate authorities soon as possible. Apparently. This was a missile with an unexploded were alive warhead. It's unclear whether it was. You know solid fuel and ready to ready to be fired. There's all kinds of other questions that could be asked here there's a picture. Of. Understand what that picture is go ahead swept for there's a picture of some men wearing army fatigues, air force for something like that wrestling with this thing, it's about. the size of a small car or maybe a medium size car about that length, and it looks like could be about a meter in diameter. It's on cradle with with cash string wheels, and all this they're trying to me and handle it on the back of this flatbed truck Very interesting. So all kinds of things going on. At lakeland airport when it's not so infantile. Now, a couple of questions here first of all this jurors, what's the? It's Drake Drake Aka a K., and international. And where on the airport grounds is this located relative to the you know the the article the second graph of the article says that they evacuated the whole southeast side of the airport. doper chopper town. Yeah. Okay. Over there. All right. Yeah. Okay. And Jack and international is an aggressor. Squadron. Operation Right for training aired air pilots in combat I see. So it's an what a non-governmental training operation private private contractor and I haven't googled them but there's On old on say Oh, a not a current generation. Saab. Manufactured fighter called the draken. And many of them have found their ways into private hands I. See my say and I suspect that it's named after that type of airplane, right? Okay. And it's so. So. Many questions here. One would think if they were if anybody at draken was expecting alive munition to arrive keep going. They have been watching for it. You Know Sky Order I order A. Box of breakfast cereal from Amazon I put it on my calendar and I got reminders and. I know it's coming right Caution these rice krispies may exploded anytime snap crackle pop man but. So. How is so kind of the question whether or not did they get sent? This was this just sort of a special gift from some friend of drinking I suspect that they bought some surplus. Hardware. Okay from a vendor from maybe a directly from a foreign military. and. This was in the Tim. Yeah. Okay I guess.

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We Keep Getting Up with Felicity Ward

The Guilty Feminist

03:55 min | 2 years ago

We Keep Getting Up with Felicity Ward

"So felicity our theme today is we keep getting up. It was suggested by you. He was now you have as we've mentioned a small bump beano. Tell us what that be like in terms of keeping on getting up a look literally we keep having to get up 'cause children. I thought you meant it but I mean we are at the moment getting off having to fade him. A lot through the night went down to one fade a night which is incredible but we have still got severe sleep deprivation. We HAVEN'T SLEPT SINCE NOVEMBER. And he is a great baby now. He's always been a great baby. I love him to death but he had something called. Click which you here get bandied around. But you don't really know what it is and the reason that you don't know what it is is because doctors don't know what it is. The definition is a minimum of three hours crying per day for a minimum of three weeks and that went on for about seven weeks. Maybe longer and it was just in the not to begin with. It was just like seven till eleven pm and he'd have a napping there and then it started to drift into the Diet and I didn't realize that was happening that I was Getting postnatal depression from the sleep deprivation. 'cause IT'S A. There is lots of things about motherhood that I was very very judgy of and I didn't know I was judgy of until I became a mom so when I'd say mums online and this is like I'm a feminist bought but when I'd say MOMS online going mothers are incredible Blah Blah Blah Blah. I was like it had a touch of the wellness enthusiasts. You know like we just want to be supportive and now that I have had a baby single parents. I honestly do not know how they do it. I genuinely don't know how they do it without losing their minds. It's the hardest thing I have ever done. Nothing Bah nothing and I have had a Lotta Shit happened in my life. I also When I had the baby I still had the expectation that do everything that I could do before. Maybe you know maybe it would take a little bit of time but not long. I think I'm pretty capable you know. And it's all in the mind and tons out having a baby is physical Surprise But I went back to work when he was nine weeks old and I went back to work in Australia. And so my husband quit his job and we flew to Australia when he was nine weeks old. And then I started filming two days after we got there and This show is incredible. And maybe the only thing that saved being but I have had some of probably the worst year of my life but also with this incredible baby and these incredible husband and with this incredible. Show a lot of good things happening but Yeah so I picked the subject just because where in the past. I've had a choice whether I can get up or not you know. I don't have a choice now because I have a tiny baby Any is I didn't mean to debate a serious right up top a no. It's absolutely fine as we love gearshift. I'm sure it coming any second now. Yeah I've heard tell of how difficult it is and I've I've got a little bit experience of babies and children now named and things I'm GonNa do you wear at the time and isn't the same because there was an end in sight we'll give them back. And I think it is the very relentless nature of at the DC own difficulty. That parents told me and it sounds like you did it in a difficult way as we're going to come hence television show. Yeah

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Sky high expectations for Modi's second term

FT News

11:40 min | 3 years ago

Sky high expectations for Modi's second term

"Narendra Modi begins, his second term office this week after a landslide election win Justice sing discusses, what he must do to live up to the hopes of the armies of young people voted for him with Amy Kasmin. And Stephanie Finley we begin with the voice of one young supporter. The world should know that India has finally woken up. We are not sleeping anymore. And now we know what a right, who is the right person who is good for India. We don't think on communal basis anymore. We don't vote on the basis of costs on the basis of religion now, we would for the wlob India for development we vote for India and not a particular party who has always ruled India like congress, Amy, the sheer scale of his victory has surprised many. What is your assessment of Mr. Moody's triumph? Look, I think the scale of Modi's victory is down to really multiple factors. First of all the opposition was really an utter disarray. I don't think the congress party has really truly recovered from the battering that it received in two thousand fourteen I think, in terms of leadership. They didn't have a very clear electoral strategy. They were completely destroyed. Other parties were factionalized. So the opposition did not offer any kind of convincing alternative to Mr. moody, on the other hand, you had the BJP, Mr. Modi's party, and then crew ably well, organized, highly tuned, and deeply resourced political machine. They had a great product and Mr. Modi, he's a charismatic strong leader highly conscious of his image. And then behind him. He had this incredible machine with all its resources, Mr. Modi's government over the last five years had started a lot of social welfare, schemes they estimate that two hundred and twenty million people benefited from one Mody government scheme or another, this included things like distribution of gas, cylinders to people who had previously been cooking, highly polluting, cow, patties, or would door charcoal. They opened. Rnc accounts for millions of people they delivered toilets or funding for people to build toilets. There was funding for building low cost housing. Other governments have also had a lot of schemes in the past, but these were probably delivered more efficiently. But then the BJP party machinery was absolutely astute in maintaining contact with all of those who benefited from any kind of government program, and then the party with its machinery, reminding people who delivered these benefits to them and overall, Mr. Modi, just really projecting himself as the confidence strong decisive, and really one and only leader for India against a weak and fragmented. An unconvincing position led to essentially a massive landslide that we've seen really a historic verdict the first time in decades that any leader has. Two consecutive single party majorities on their own. Stephanie, you were at the BJP headquarters on the day election results came out. Did you get a sense that people's expectations from Mr. moody will be even higher this time? So the mood was just euphoric at the headquarters thousands of people had come they were dancing playing music, and they were thrilled to be part of what they saw as a historic moment for mister Mody. And also for India in there is Mr. moody, Ken deliver what the congress has failed to deliver in India for so many years, and many people repeated the line to me that it's only Mr. Mody that can take India from developing to developed country. Most young people were very confident that Mr. Modi could deliver on his promise to create jobs, and they said that Mr. moody gave them the motivation to get. Job, not necessarily that he would create government jobs for them. But they did expect that Mr. Mody would create a booming business environment that would take India into the future and them along with it. So Amy huge expectations. Tell us water the key challenges before him, the astonishing thing really about this election. What came as a surprise to many as the fact that in two thousand fourteen Mr. Mody had campaigned on a promise of reviving economic growth, creating millions of new jobs to absorb the young people in the workplace. In fact, Modi's track record on the economy is pretty patchy. And right now, there is actually a lot that needs to be dealt with India's economic growth is slowing down in the last quarter for which we have the data. It was six point six percent. There are some people who think the next quarter could be even slower that some growth may come in under six percent. So growth is really full touring and growth is critical because it's with growth that you get jobs, which are so badly needed. There's also serious issues in the financial sector these things called non banking financial companies. They're not really banks. But they provide a lot of consumer credit, which is driving demand and keeping growth going, but many of them are very, very shaky. One is already collapsed, if others collapsed, it will have an impact on the banking system because around five percent of all Bank lending is to these nonbank financial companies. The government's finances are also not in very great shape. The government wants to try to step up spending to try to revive growth. But in fact, they don't really have the fiscal space to do so tax collections of come in, well below expectations, and their plans for accelerated growth will be hard to meet given the level of tax collection. So there's a lot of stored up trouble. Meanwhile, private companies haven't really been investing in the Indian economy either throughout the whole term of the Modi government, and the banking system also has still weighed down with heavy non-performing loans. The question is really, what is the Modi government planning to do about these problems, because we haven't seen any clear indications of how they plan to tackle these issues how much they feel the urgency of the situation, Mr. Modi's foreign policy is considered one of the main achievements of his previous tenure, what are the issues confronting Mr. moody on foreign policy, and trade fronts, Mr. Modena's reached out to leaders across the globe. He's tried to avoid taking sides in some of the rifts that have arisen in the international system. Particularly rising tensions with the US and China. He's reached out to. Chinese president Xi Jinping. He's reached out to Trump. He's reached out to Japan's Shinzo obey. His tried to indicate India's willingness to be friends with everyone. I think I see a few challenges ahead, though, under Trump. America is really forcing countries into hard choices. For example, India has traditionally good relations with Iran, but the US has pressured India and other countries to stop all their energy purchases from Iran, because the US wants to put the squeeze in Iran. The US for longtime been rather tolerant of some of India's economic policies that make it tough for American companies to do business in India, and are seen as favoring Indian companies in the past, the US was willing to tolerate some of that from India because they thought India's a democracy. We want to encourage India to rise and grow strong economically so that it can serve. Some kind of regional counterweight to China, but under Trump, it seems like trade is everything and Trump will be more concerned about a twenty billion dollar trade imbalance with India than the long term, strategic interests of a stronger India. So the US is putting a lot of pressure on India. And this is a kind of a friction point, and generally, I think India is going to find the US is pressuring India to take sides and it's likely to get tough with India, Hindu nationalist vision of India has often clashed with secularism enshrined in India's constitution often during the campaigning heard that the election, this time was about the soul of India. Do you see any serious threat to India's diversity, this time around the idea that defined the first years of India in the decades after its independence, really as are related by Mahatma gone? Bundy and then his political heir job, Lal Nehru was that India was by its nature, a diverse pluralistic, multifaith society. The state was to be secular in the sense of not having a religious identity and not preferring. One community over another alongside that idea husband, another idea championed by the RSS formed in one thousand nine hundred five that India is primarily a Hindu country, it is clear that the BJP has been heavily influenced by this second ideology. In fact, the BJP was formed by the RSS to promote these ideas and carry this message into the political sphere. The election campaign, had a lot of costal anti-muslim overtones for many in the BJP one of the. Mandates for the BJP who's been elected to the parliament is someone who has actually been criminally charged with involvement of a bombing of a Muslim burial grounds where at least six people, including a young child were killed many were quite shocked that the BJP would put up such a person who still awaiting formal trial in connection with this case in the wake of his landslide reelection victory. Mr. moody did make a speech where he talked about. We want to win over the trust of minorities of this country. We want to govern for all, but I think given the divisiveness of the campaign while Mr. Modena's clearly made the right noise. You know, these conciliatory comments about winning Muslims trust, I think it will take more than one speech to reassure minorities, that they will be protected, and I think that it will be the actions. Finally that will speak louder. Than a few words. That was Justice. Sing took it to Amy Kasmin how South Asia bureau chief, Stephanie Finley, South Asia. Correspondent in Delhi? Thanks for listening die. Forget, if you missed our recent episodes on the proposed merger between fear cries Renai, Russia's attempt to foster hyme grown industrial champions will European parliamentary elections. It can find them all on the usual podcast, baffles.

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"lal" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"lal" Discussed on WJR 760

"You're gonna go for three and always going to go down land ball's knocked away. It's recovered by once now on the corner. Kenny going a three ball in short bike rebounds, one by no one yet and finally Michigan Isaac. So that makes us add some looks no point jets. We the second time. The Walgreens Michigan state a couple of threes on the offense. I wouldn't mind seeing them go inside. So Xavier Simpson. The crafty point guard who loves to go ride is out front gives the ball over there to Jordan pool. Acta Simpson Simpson throws a three ball by bribes. Greg. Brains are on the scoreboard four. I three nine Rodriguez. Can do it from inside and outside have to get a hand up by him as a player here comes Michigan state mcquaid with the basketball trying to set up tell Madan Lal not much there. Michigan. Defense right now. O'clock for Michigan state trailing three nothing. Winston dribbling around finally Kennedy going into a second three ball. Now won't go either. What can I sat to great looks and neither one would drop rebound Michigan. So I'd say three nothing wolverine Michigan's taken the defender on the baseline and really planes zone along the around the basketball task the big seven one guys out front for Michigan now goes over to pool pool at the elbow. Nothing task you back to pool seconds on the shot clock for Michigan. Out what to do with Tillman any falls down with the basketball. Not a Simpson Simpson on Wednesday breaks into based on reverse away. No rebound. Tell me what great gave France by Michigan state. Here comes caches, Donna. The Henry breaks tape base too. Right back. Henry mcquaid for three. All manner.

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"lal" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"lal" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Arrested see money. Arrest of Bonanza Sill Bananas rested if you don't move the show fucking don't fuck over ever arrested that Wealth Hiding Watch <unk> best characters selling bananas on the Boardwalk is lost so many careers so many fuckers Jesse Eisenberg rip off to now put your heart is a great character for her time trying because being a tough topic that was like yeah absolutely. I can't take away from that but Russell in terms of like jokes landing jobs arrested. It's also a time period where like they couldn't say a lot of things like when you take a Roseanne versus like always sunny. It's like night watching married with children which was yes sir. Lal's Risque at Rosanna fourth time round to Christianity. I friends versus golden girls. Let's go golden girls Health Lago what friends minds.

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"lal" Discussed on Sidenote

Sidenote

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"lal" Discussed on Sidenote

"When you learn about whaling, and how many whales existed in the in literally nineteen hundred there were so many. Now, there's. So few which is so sad. And then bow head Wales. This is like the last thing which I love they can live to be two hundred years old. So they're like these Wales that have been around. I think about it. We're we're what two thousand nineteen. So in eighteen nineteen one of these Wales. Born and it's up in the Arctic and has been watching this world. And there's talking about the evolution them's crazy because like they there's literally a bow headwear. That's born right now that could potentially be alive in two hundred years and thinking about how different how different the world like oh my God. Yeah. And we don't get to experience. No human. We'll be able to be on this earth for that long. I thought that was fascinating that they live that long and yet as of yet. But yeah, Mitch months live forever. But also, they would like find harpoons in these whales. That would be like these stone harpoons that were like so archaic. They're like we haven't used these in so long and this like brand new fresh dead whale has this harpoon wound in it. Yeah. I don't know thought of a circle and there's well, obviously the best. I'm like I could keep going. We need to move on. And isn't about Lal's. This is about southbound to be episode about well, especially because I'm like, and I'm terrified of wills and you loved them, and that would be probably an so we should do. Yeah. Trying to argue the well, I will literally burn you alive. Okay. Story. So today, we are going to be having a debate and talking about a subject that Mitch. And I talk about all that time and fight about all the time. Apple versus Android is even tell from like, my sleek exterior, my mental.

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"lal" Discussed on Sidenote

Sidenote

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"lal" Discussed on Sidenote

"When you learn about whaling, and how many whales existed in the in literally nineteen hundred there were so many. Now, there's. So few which is so sad. And then bow head Wales. This is like the last thing which I love they can live to be two hundred years old. So they're like these Wales that have been around. I think about it. We're we're what two thousand nineteen. So in eighteen nineteen one of these Wales. Born and it's up in the Arctic and has been watching this world. And there's talking about the evolution them's crazy because like they there's literally a bow headwear. That's born right now that could potentially be alive in two hundred years and thinking about how different how different the world like oh my God. Yeah. And we don't get to experience. No human. We'll be able to be on this earth for that long. I thought that was fascinating that they live that long and yet as of yet. But yeah, Mitch months live forever. But also, they would like find harpoons in these whales. That would be like these stone harpoons that were like so archaic. They're like we haven't used these in so long and this like brand new fresh dead whale has this harpoon wound in it. Yeah. I don't know thought of a circle and there's well, obviously the best. I'm like I could keep going. We need to move on. And isn't about Lal's. This is about southbound to be episode about well, especially because I'm like, and I'm terrified of wills and you loved them, and that would be probably an so we should do. Yeah. Trying to argue the well, I will literally burn you alive. Okay. Story. So today, we are going to be having a debate and talking about a subject that Mitch. And I talk about all that time and fight about all the time. Apple versus Android is even tell from like, my sleek exterior, my mental.

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"lal" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

11:36 min | 3 years ago

"lal" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Brown cow. You know, what you were so wonderful for listening. Thank you. And I love you, you you are part of the family. You're okay now, Joe we've got you down. Joe? I'm getting Besseges you here. I think we were streaming online. But we didn't go over the air for a second. So we're all set, and we're up and running with the brand new board, which I'm very excited about we sounds to me clear. Hopefully sounds clear to you out. There hates Joan the radio. Good morning morning. Happy wednesday. Here we go. It's great to have you with us. We got a lot to get into today. And a lot of great guests Kieran Lal is gonna join us from the New York state assembly momentarily. But after we break without Joe digenova as well and Frankie five boroughs is here. But we appreciate you tuning. And you chicken out old Joan Franken Allen, Debbie we are here for you every single morning. Thank you. For your kind words. Thanks for the nice social media. We are just getting started baby. We are just getting into it. Hey, Frankie, thank you for putting this all together out. Did you have to do with the technicalities owning? No. Okay. So we lost you for a while. I was wondering if you know, I was outside the room making sure that was taken care of what he was taken care of and seeing what they do. Engineer. He's unbelievable. I swear to God. I love the guy. He's unbelievable works so hard. We appreciate it very much. So I say as to which teams in cold and. Mike, Mike, you'll go out with a t shirt on when it's like zero. I don't know. Why did I do that? When I was younger. I don't think. So when I was younger. On the track team. We'd work out. You know, and you're sweating and the last thing you want to do is put on a heavy coat when you walk outside so shorts on. Yeah. Pick up. My kids school kids are got shorts on me. I have seven layers as we speak. I seventy you know. So it's like, I don't understand it. But what did you say? To drop my son off every day at school early because she has to be to work at seven thirty in the school day doesn't start until ten to eight. So a lot of times. He's they're a good half hour, forty minutes early. So I asked him one day. I said don't you go in and sit in the lunchroom wake ticker because I stand outside. I sit an all weather just raining. Of Jack the next two days. It's going to be freezing. You have to go in the building. Oh, no. I'm not gonna do that. His default position is always to the negative to whatever I said now where we he had gotten that from his mother. Tells me that covers as ready for this show. Breaking news just us. He's got this negative disposition like it. Gets it off. Get off my lawn. Sherri? I said to him I said Jack in the next few days. It's going to be extremely called especially Thursday morning. It's going to be five degrees out in the wind chill is going to be like minus fifteen you can get frostbite in minutes. And he's like doesn't matter. Good. So it doesn't matter. So I said what the school nurse calls me to tell me that they've transported to the hospital because you're frostbitten. You know, my response is going to be matter. Whatever when I get there. I get there. I don't care. We love you. We love you. He's a good. Boy. He's a good. Boy. I don't know why. I don't know what it is. They don't they don't wear clothes or jackets or anything. But please whatever it is. You gotta you gotta just kid be God forbid, grandma, more than us. That's what it is. Yeah. I guess but put your kids in close today. It's gonna be called the president is tweeting ready. Eight is twenty eight minutes after six o'clock in the morning and President Trump already when I became president. This is the President Trump this morning. Correct. Frankie. Six twenty five three minutes ago when I became president ISIS was out of control in Syria and running rampant since then tremendous progress made especially over the last five weeks caliphate will soon be destroyed unthinkable two years ago negoti negotiating or preceding well in Afghanistan after eighteen years of fighting. You know, I have to give the president credit. You got to give the president credit? It was rampant. Isis. You forget the people forget can't win. And that's and you have to look President Trump gets into office. I I gotta tell you what I never. I never knew didn't have an inkling, and I imagine you to listen, you didn't have an inkling that President Trump will be the guided shutdown vicious that Nazi like group known as ISIS, and all but destroy. And that's what this is what this rate is why the president tweets because everybody when I watch Dan Coats, and you know, he's he's the head of the director of national intelligence for the country doing good there. Doing a great job. And he explained to us where we still got to go after ISIS. The whole news media made a negative turn an attack Donald Trump on that. Of course, he's got no choice, but to tweet he's he's and it's true. What he said ISIS what they were. What about it? You forget it was the JV. Don't worry about them. Oh, the president ever jumps on that. Right. So you gotta give you gotta give credit where it's due. I'm just saying and then and then this to this too. And I don't mean is land this. But I find all of this fascinating. Forgive me. I'm hopelessly addicted to bother ticks just find it fast. You don't need like it's like, it's like this tree as you know, when you go to what's the not that the Guinness. What's the curious is museum there that you go to Ripley Ripley's Ripley's believe it or not? That's what thank you. Thank you. It's like you go into Ripley. You've got this kind of morbid curiosity. Toured politics. I can't believe things happen. And I've seen the but fold is supposed to go. Okay. That's okay. No. We're not gonna go. Okay. We're gonna we're gonna continue believing in this country you now they're trying to take God out of the pledge allegiance to hear that. That's not gonna happen. We're just gonna keep fighting. We're going to support our friends in the Middle East because then somebody some anti Donald Trump person, but guilty or picture of a general flame picture of Mike a Manafort a Paul Manafort of Michael Cohen, guilty guilty guilty. They are so obsessed with taking down the president people guilty and all the all this. When you see all those people that I just mentioned not one had anything to do with, quote, unquote, Russia collusion, not one they've got nothing guilty guilty guilty. And that's what they Adam Schiff and Jerrold Nadler and everybody keeps saying they are all looking well, this person was taken now Roger stone, his n-. What is this does Russia collusion? If you start from. A to point B, and you methodically think it out. Why did why did this pro for for for Russia collusion, and he's going on getting everything, but that he's collateral damage over and that's what this is. And when I see someone online that doesn't like the president's. They put pictures of these people up and say guilty guilty guilty guilty. It just shows you that you they the person that put this in in the people that can stand the president are so misguided this so misguided the shows me that you are backing the deep state and all the civil of fronts, these sympathy civil affronts to us as citizens man, you teach is going to start taking things taking people out if you don't have anything that the whole Mullah problem the thing. I keep about if you and I are to do the investigation, and you know, a business, right? We've all had that as a small businessman check that out for me. We hate what? Again, the tax Bill check that out because I paid that. And the government is very, greedy. Go check in. And you could check it out. If that if I said to the person, it's a two years it cost me millions of dollars. I would stop it. Stop it after two months. You have you found anything yet? You got nothing. Well, then then it's okay. Because because if you can't find it v in two months, it's not there. Two years old. I'm thirty million dollars later, and we don't have the ability and citizens to go stop it. Oh, anyway. So when I say something positive about all your pro Trump. I just want everybody believe in the country. It's a it's a we're doing great just everybody. Relax could just come down. For goodness. Makes me crazy that people get nuts. 6:33 Frankie five boroughs is here. Big Alice here, and we got a very interesting story. Immigrants have a major impact on New Jersey economy, Abbott. Did you see this story? Very interesting. I did see that story, according to one financial website imigrants have a major economic impact on the Garden State using twenty different educators. His wallet hub is name of this. Website has calculated that New Jersey is the third most affected by the presence of immigrants in the United States. New Jersey's tied with California for the highest percentage of foreign born workers with an educational background in science technology, engineering or mathematics, see that's that's kind of legal immigrants that you want right there in jersey has always been like that. So that's a bit of a good news. When it also ranks it Gordon state as having the most impacted workforce by immigrants in the nation starting what would my grandfather, I will go into the break. My grandfather comes over he worked for Thomas, Edison. My grandfather area he went in. And it was in Menlo Park New Jersey, and he was like a laborer for income netizens plan over there, then and my theory is that my grandfather, invented the lightbulb and Thomas Edison, took credit for the Italians of everything you see is. Working my grandpa Rosero. What does that what does that it electable? But he. Going to watch. I'll take care. It's. Imagine imagine. What is this? Look at the data. I call it the lie. Enlightened yourself with a sandwich. The right back lunches on me. I got got a patent office. Staten Island is there he invents the telephone. And some waspy Scottish guy Alexander Graham Bell. The immigrants got no respect back. Then. Now, we just fled the country illegally. Okay. But back then they invented della phone Alexander green belt and quickly evermore. Regulated the way the history goes is that I think it was maybe had a little fair on his wife got mad and his wife sold Meiji's plans to Alexander Graham Bell is that roughly what it is pretty much. I know so. Mayor mayor g did invent the telephone right? No question about it. And you could see the house where he did in Staten Island. And if you people go to that museum where he lived with Garibaldi, they could actually see the brick that we got you for Christmas years ago, but he was bankrupt. He was he was defrauded by some some some hawks tres, basically and he couldn't renew his patent. So he he was in very very poor financial health and physical health. And so was his wife is wife was suffering from rheumatoid arthritis. And so his wife sold his drawings and all his devices. Secondhand dealers to raise raise some money. My understanding is he couldn't afford to renew his patent and then separately. Years later bell came out with his version of the telephone which was very similar, but because he couldn't afford to renew the patent never got. That his wife did did that. Or does she do behind his back? That's a good question to.

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"lal" Discussed on The All New Suze Orman's Women and Money

The All New Suze Orman's Women and Money

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"lal" Discussed on The All New Suze Orman's Women and Money

"Well, Hello masuchi. That was some day. We had wasn't it. It was it was I had interviewed as I said earlier seven women who were survivors of domestic abuse, physical abuse all kinds of abuse. And what was fascinating is that. None of them knew that they were being financially abused, which is why I wanna Chandra to come on. But just out of curiosity. What did you take away from that day acts like a lot away from that day number one awareness? That was the biggest thing that's from that day. Because literally I went into this interview thinking on just gonna tell a story about, you know, the bad things that happened with my marriage. And then as I'm talking, and I'm telling you the story, and I'm listening to the definitions of. Abuse them here in other women tell their stories and examples I'm like, oh my God. I was a victim as well. And for the last number of years, I have been advocate for speaking out against the massive violence and trying to be a voice in bring awareness to victims to help them transition from victim to survivor, and here, I was not even aware that outside of domestic abuse. There's so many other abuses out there that I myself was being abused in a different way. You know? I didn't even know it was the biggest thing for me. And that's why I wanted to to come on the podcast because I know that there are women out there that are suffering financial abuse from their spouse from their boyfriend from their girlfriend, whatever it may be and they're not even aware of it. Because if it's not a slap if it's not a yell if it's not an insult. It's like, oh, well, that's not abuse. So very quickly. Tell everybody your story. And I want all of you listening to just see if you can relate to this. And you may be sitting there thinking, well, how could she not know that she was financially abused and the truth is she didn't. And chances are many of you don't as well gopher a girlfriend so to give a little background. I am currently. I'm thirty seven years old. I have a sixteen year old son. And I was in my mid to late twenties. I was a nurse. I had a very successful Avon business ahead on my own home since age of twenty four I had two cars. I was making the money. I wanted to make I was living the life. I wanted to live the one thing I was lacking was companionship. And there was a gentleman that I had met when we were children. We went to church together. And he went to the military. We started dating in Lal story short. We got married and the financial abuse, actually. From day. One literally we were on our way to our honeymoon and hard to the honeymoon. I'm a planner I try to plan out everything. So I had this planned out and we're supposed to stick to the plan. And on our way, he was spending money way more money than we have budget for things to be spent on the way there. I'm asking him. I'm like, okay. We'll we're getting closer when he'd make one more stop for gas before we hit the port because we're going to be cruising. And that's when he told me that his credit card was mixed out. And I'm like, okay. But you know, you have another credit card and you have cash and he said, oh, but the cash that I was using I got out of your purse. That's how I had cash to spend and buy gifts and things on the road initially. I didn't believe him. I couldn't believe him. I had been single on on my own for so many years. I'm like, what do you mean? You used my money without asking me. And I get the concept that. Marriage people think everything is everybody. So what's mine is yours was yours is yours, and mine, etc. And I was adapted to that concept in that way of thinking yet. So I was very angry upset at the same time. I'm also thinking, okay. This is new I'm married, you have to get accustomed to these things, but I still felt violated in a way I check my purse and in my wallet. And sure enough he had actually spent everything but fifteen dollars of my. So I'm thinking, Lord, what am I going to do? I called my grandma. She prayed with me over the phone. She said, why don't you just come home? And I'm thinking, well, the cruise is already paid for we spent a lot more money than what he spent on the cruise some thinking all the food's included will get on the boat. Maybe we can talk about things over one of these nice dinners. They have on the cruise, and we can get everything worked out. He still has a credit card. Right will cruises are cashless. And when you get on board you have to register a credit card. I have registered my own personal card because we weren't married at the time, and he registered his so at the end of the cruise we get one final notice that says if the account is not paid off before we get off the ship. We would both be facing international charges because since we're both in the same cabin even though it was his account. He could have been buying things for me. So I ended up having to take money from my credit card to pay off his. Counts in order to be able to get off the ship without facing international charges for charging up all this money on an account knowing that we didn't have the money to pay. So that was just the beginning. And again, that's literally day one. So yes, you know, that was a horrible experience. But it ought means the same that you're going to stick it out. No matter how bad it gets holding onto these vows. So we're military. So we move on post. I'm thinking this would be great. You know, we have housing on post military will cover that. You know? We'll be good. I initially didn't get a job in nursing when I first moved to Kansas because you know, I was trying to get acclimated to the area. And let's just be honest, Kansas where we were really just wasn't paying what nurses should making. I was making when I used to work at McDonald's in Ohio. And I'm dislike I went to school for. Lot of years and spent a lot of money to get a degree. You know, I wanna make more money than that. So I chose not to take a nursing job and just work my Avon business while I was in Kansas, which means I had to primarily depend on my husband for an allowance if you will spending money gas money, grocery money, it's almost embarrassing. But nevertheless, if it's part of my story, you know, so I have to tell it to bring awareness and at the time, you know, we talked about these are the bills we have and we're going to work together to get this paid off a little bit. You know that was making with Avon because when I was in Kansas. It's like kind of starting your business over at know anyone there have to build up, my clientele, and my team, etc. So it took a little time to Burmese to make any of my own money since I had an account through the our forces a soldier or an enlisted military personnel had to either be attached to the account or be making an allotment. Into the account. So naturally hidden being my husband, I'm thinking. Okay. You know, I'll just add them to the account and all would be well lo and behold, what did not know is he was going into the account and withdrawing money behind my back. So we would have situations where he'll say, okay. Honey, this goes to the gas station. We'll go ahead and fill up your car going to grocery store. We'll get groceries for the week, and he goes to pay with his credit card or debit card in the cars declined. And I'm standing there just mortified like oh my God. Because I wasn't accustomed to not having my own having to depend on someone else. Just made me Bill. So weakened fragile. And then you have a line full of people behind you. You're just wanting to crawl any hole in die because so embarrassing what I started to have to do was I found out that at the PX they had benders come in. And they could set up in the little market area, and we could sell products there. But we had to give a percentage bet to the concessions. So I decided to sell my Avon in. In that market area. I was making some deposits, and again, this is when I found out that he was taking the money that you know, I was making spinning it or giving it away. I don't know what he was doing with it. Even though at the time I felt like I was deceiving by lying to my husband where we lived in Kansas. It was about a forty five minute drive to Kansas City, Missouri, which is the next state. So then I'm in the post office one day, and I was just like they have PO boxes in here. So I decided to open a PO box. I also stopped at that Bank. And I opened up an account in the address that I used was the address of the PO box opened. So what I would do is. I would work the concessions for two weeks every evening. I would go to the Bank, and I would cash in my money for larger bills. I then would go home, and I had made a makeshift pocket out of old pillowcases. And I would put those large. Bills in that makeshift pocket. And I would wait for my son. Who was probably about seven years old at the time out in for him to go to sleep at night. I would then sneak into his room, and I would pin the money to the inner lining of his pajama pants, and I would sneak back in his room before it was time for him to wake up and take it off of his person in the morning. So he never knew it was there, and I would make deposits every two weeks into a savings account that I had opened in Missouri. In the end, our marriage was going down the tube. But at the same time taken in holding onto those bows, you know, better worse. It was time for us to change duty stations. He was going to be stationed at Fort Bliss, which is in Texas. But he also told me that he was going to be reattached to a unit that was going to be deploying overseas. And that there was no on pulse. Housing for us to to live in. So he had the military move me my son to North Carolina. And he went to Texas the problem with this part of the story is he never was getting re attached to a unit deployment, it was a way that to get me away from him still be married to him. But only geographically separated. So he was still able to get paid from the military all of his be h which is base housing allowance from them. It showed that he was married with the dependent. Meanwhile. I received none of this money for

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