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"lavera" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"lavera" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Out a form either online or You can print out the form and submitted and sent it by regular mail need hard proof. Even sooner. The docket app. Not only has records of your shots, it also can create a print out that includes New Jersey Department of Health letterhead. Dino Philomena, New Jersey one on 1.5 News. New Jersey's first news, 5 40. There are concerns about another injury a great adventure in a summer that has seen a series of mishaps at the park. This latest incident involved the tornado funnel slide at Hurricane Harbor. Adult was taken to the hospital with neck and back pain. After finishing the ride. A spokesman wouldn't give any details about the park goers, the Asbury Park press or to us as a part fully reopened for the season. There were a series of incidents on some of the park's most popular rides on June 13th. Two riders taken to the hospital after a malfunction on the Log flume ride. A partial derailment of the El Toro roller coaster led the state right inspectors shutting that coaster down. July 14th a boycott his head riding the Joker roller coaster and was hospitalized. August 29th, the park visitor fell off the roof of a building. He was in a restricted area of the park and had to be taken to the hospital. An effort, led by Princeton University, which also includes Rutgers and Jit and several out of state colleges and Rowan University are all hoping to educate faculty and students alike and how to bring their innovations. From the laboratory to the marketplace. The National Science Foundation Innovation Corps, or Ike, or Northeast Hub may focus Summerlee Energy on Covid Technology Rohan professor Dr Nidal Bonaya, reminding us how Pfizer and Moderna turned over their entire R and D operations to the virus early last year, But it's a wide range of ideas. They will consider a I analytics. Health care, transportation, infrastructure and K 12 education, Whether they have the product the prototype or not, or they just have the algorithm and some preliminary results. We want to train them. The United States regularly spends billions of dollars on innovation technology that doesn't pan out and identifying that earlier on could save a lot of money. Patrick Lavera, New Jersey one of 1.5 news How many jerseys First news. 5 41, New Jersey is not a very hardworking state rank in the bottom 10 at number 42, according to Wallet hub, releasing its 2021 hardest working states in America report, analyst Jill Gonzalez says all 50 states have been compared across 10 key metrics, including workweek hours to share of workers with multiple jobs to annual volunteer hours, she says. In New Jersey, there are shorter work weeks, shorter commute times and people not working multiple jobs. The state ranks well when it comes to indirect work factors. Things like commute time kind of average things like annual volunteer hours per resident. We do see that a lot of New Jersey and are volunteering. Average leisure time spent per day is about average. So depending on how you look at, it could be good things. Alaska is the hardest working state. New Mexico ranks dead last. Gen. Ursula, New Jersey, 1 to 1.5 News. How many jerseys First news? 5 42. We have a nice start to the back to school week in the Garden state will get an extended look and then recap our top stories next. New Jersey one at 1.5 has weather information just for you and you're part of the Garden State Online and on our app. You can check current conditions. What trade art set up.

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"lavera" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

Big Brown Breakdown

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"lavera" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

"White kids in that crowd. That can't fight. No god no but they may because they think jake does it. They flex just like the same thing. Let's get for these young kids to learn. This was called abroad. Actually tweeted about jake. Jumping should have should have food back to accurately cream. Because you know jake's from cleveland. Yeah did for. Cleveland damon maya and Rivera the guy from new york remember. They both got released remember. Yeah he never found his footing in the afc. He was great world series. So now doing danis is wondering if you could grapple with the watch that yeah chills promotion submission underground interesting sure. Tell get that done. Oh yeah that'd be great all right. So here's some fight. Announcements mother channel didn't sign the contract but now he said he's it's signed and they're they're on for sure for november six engage. You were a fight man. Gay chann- great fucking fight. But he's still doesn't wanna take the vaccine you know the whole vaccination thanks. Is this going to new york madison square garden. He'll be fine the commissions that this is the way they say they're the worst and so when people flex on the scared so in the afc flex dana. When they're like you're raspy vaccines like cool. What do in vegas like well. Well we need the money because with rosa and not doing everybody's back to lay. Alright duda right be kuhlman. Also this rosenthal judas and ziang waleed to is also uc to sixty eight. Your girls about the fucked up again. This will confirm whether or not that was like a fluke coaches shoes in in america. That's why she got beat up. The that was weird or excuses. Think she was gonna be of crowd. Favorite over. rose is american and lovable shit out. All right there's that and there's also this cheeto variable cheeto got a big boy. Got a big line. It's a great fight a tough fight from our on frankie too but kelly from my boy cheeto. It's a big name for him. Yeah huge name. I guess they offered that frank. Egger fight to this according to Josh thompson they offered the fight. Sugar sean as team turned it down but also remember sugar. Sean didn't wanna fight new york. Sean thinks he and walk through. Frankie rightfully so he should feel that way. He just didn't wanna fight in new york to the taxes. Coach isn't going to be there. So that's why they filled it with cheeto this match up to cowboy lavera and nico price. It's a great fight. Yeah find one hundred one ninety two hit nico price in that he does. How crazy shoulders. The craziest buddy andrew. Shelton not this just guy algeria kgb. That's a finite in november. All right and then. We'll jump to this. So christina has another fight now a guy named aaron phillips and then i brought this up because sean o'malley says he can't believe that martino is actually gonna fight before him and because his still hurt from fighting tino cotino kid earn a bunch of fans men. People love that kid. When's kid fighting. Entreprenuering third wow. Yeah so even if Short sean took the fight new york. He's still fighting before. Yeah what a bat. yep tomorrow. Tarlo charges against him over a bar tab at a restaurant touching buddy. You just didn't pay them so as weird. I guess the his card got declined to couple times. The fraud alerts. And i've had that before so then shut it down because someone stole eight things happen. Yeah because it was a twenty three hundred dollars bar tab. That's pretty expensive for a bartender. All the money. Yeah and then the waitress came back. And she's accordance charles lured like. She says she lost the card so he got upset about that. And then you said she loves to fish pay it either meaning. I'd like what what do you mean. You lost my. You went from here to there that that make sense yeah. So they're saying that he walked out without paying his lawyers said he would never you know. Obviously he does not going to walk out on a bill. So that's what's going on right now. You're willing to try to walk the tab. It's very clear he was trying to pay. Yeah give her a card and she lost it while really had no audio. The affidavit says that charlie yelled that he would fuck you all shit up shit up the takes gate Places another about injury. The crimes punishable because of the accusation that he said that that's where those felony charges. Yeah sounds yeah. Sounds like it started with them Losing his card. Yeah who knows. But i suspect cannot imagine someone who's is basically celebrity walking out on a bill. No it does happen. But i don't think there are Vitor belfort check out his body now. Do he's gonna start josh. Oh look though a veto words on all the say dude. A juicy e tour is so awesome. who's good definitely. He's going to be the shadows jail. Who kids this is also cool. Michael business sign another four year extension as a commentator. He's great he's great amazing. They're paying him. I wonder how much they make. They gotta make some not a ton talents a trip. Unless you're named joe rogan not attend. Maybe since he's the extension maybe they paid up. yeah remember. Moscow has his promotion fighting promotion. Who does for he mazda and then big foot silva was supposed to fight that guy. Nicholson tell me big with not letting he's not fighting good. They didn't they didn't say why. But now you're jack may is taking his place. Oh well yeah and now these are just regular on me and super pictures but yeah was the oldest acres like tap out day pictures. Yeah it is and this is also typology. So this i saw on. Espn and this wanted ads in a win. Have you seen this video. No okay just watch. Hoa who want me never get bigger and stronger can beat me but to beat. You bro bro. I mean bigger and stronger. I'm your.

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"lavera" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"lavera" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"Please i got my head bounced off the blackboard No i had fade. You know in some ways to be honest with you. I would have preferred to have gone to catholic school then had to go to. Ccd which i did every once a week. god. I hated ccd as a catholic. Kate going to public school you had to go to. Ccd which. I did until until i was confirmed in once i was confirmed. Then i think i stopped going to see cd and you get confirmed in like seventh grade right. It was like seven eighth grade. Year confirmed confirmed in six great. Yeah what was your confirmation Oh my god. I think it was my middle name michael. I think i think it was the exact same middle name that i have. Michael kevin. Michael michael is that it would that. Is that not correct. Would i've had to pick a separate name because if that's true i don't i don't remember what it was the only member your confirmation name. I don't remember all your teachers like i do. I mean okay. I i don't you would have had to pick an a name of saint right. Yeah mine was david. I picked david. I have no idea what. Michael was a saint. So maybe why a book. David wasn't my middle name too. I had a different mentally. Thomas francis david lavera got it. I don't remember. I don't remember what my i don't remember what my confirmation up at your dad remember. I bet you my father remembers his confirmation name. But i bet you he doesn't remember mine..

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"lavera" Discussed on THEMOVE

THEMOVE

10:31 min | 1 year ago

"lavera" Discussed on THEMOVE

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"lavera" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

The Pomp Podcast

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"lavera" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"Does that mean that. We're filtering tax payers to the irs. That's not what that means. That only means the irs is coming to us in leveraging our tools as kind of the best in the industry out there for tax compliance as related to crypto currency. And so we're helping them get their arms in you know minds wrapped around this new emerging asset classes. Well we've tripled headcount we've lost an office in seattle. We are very soon a launching an office in the uk and so it's just momentous and rapid growth that's leading to This rays and those milestones put us in a fortuitous spot where we were preempted by many of the world's best investors and we're fortunate to be in a position where we got to got to choose who we want around at the table and for us. We want to be operationally. Excellent and so. I've ep with tom. Lavera joining our board Just great operator and a great firm and then inside partners i. i've known them for my days back at call trek so long standing relationship over the years there and just a great partner in value. Add to have around at the table and so let's start first with the bitcoin side. By the way. I've got this. Massive waterbombing makes fun of but with the bitcoin and cryptocurrency tax side. That seems to have really come to the forefront over the last couple of weeks with the infrastructure bill and everything going on their help. Everyone explain or understand how you work with the irs. Cy with the corporations and then with the individuals..

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"lavera" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"lavera" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

"I can't meet that data. Surreal and you don't want to be punished. What if you're surreal. And you've got the sense that god gave geese and i don't need to deal with francis anyway as big of a fight. That is bigger fight. Is john jones. Let me get something with him. I got a belt. I'll put it up. He says he wants to be a champion company on my belt. Sure they put intrum in front of my title but they ended up with champion. So what the hell's the difference. What would you do a hypothetical question. We're not confronted with this. But what would you do. If you're willing to work around francis the first time which is what derek versus surreal indicated. Why would you not work around him a second time. Particularly when what. I'm presenting for you. As a much bigger fight jones versus surreal and it would only be big. Because of the surprise factor surreal versus and ghana is on track to be the biggest heavyweight fight of all time and i should remind you brock listener used to be a heavyweight so the heavyweights have some damn big fights in this one is still on track to surpass that but the surprise factor of the immersion of john jones would get. Everybody's wow factor. Now john will never see that coming and john's team will never see that coming and john's next video will be posted doing bench pressing or running on a treadmill. It won't have anything to do with the brilliant idea that i just laid out for you. But what if and before you think. That's terribly far fetched. All i'm doing is taking a scenario. That's happening right in front of us in applying different names to it. It's exactly what dustin poor is doing right now. Imagine that dustin just like to have a negotiation as pertains to olivera and the person on the other. The phone goes. There's nothing to negotiate. You have a contract and you're the number one contender. Which means you drawn to this guy. Sorry we just have nothing to talk about. Maybe next time. Imagine that's the scenario so dustin goes out and he creates something else of even more interest and now dangling that he's not going to follow the architecture you put in place and not give you that fight now you need to steer him back and you see a reason to start discussing things. There was just a brilliant move. It was a very very smart move and when you start messing with championships you start to get push back from the media. You can push back from everybody but me. I love the interim championship. I love the f. And if we could add divisions add categories and do more belts. I would be all for it. I think there is a very limited amount of opportunity. A limited amount of recognition. I love the olympics. But the fact that they can only pull it off every four years just shows you how disorganized. The olympic committee is while it's more prestigious. It's not more prestigious that you don't know what you're doing well enough to do it more than once. Every four years abu he's doing that in the grappling world right now. Well we're the most prestigious. You're the most prestigious because you're the most rare the most rare. 'cause you don't know what the hell you're doing good at what you did. You put on more events than once every year. I only bring it to you because they can't get away with this. You're not fooling anybody here. So when you start messing with champions you start to get pushback if you start messing with contenders. There's no pushback. You start out. I'm going to do an interim title here or i'm going to spend this title or i'm going to move the date of the all of a sudden people wanna push back they never do it with contenders if this was all lavera calling out somebody other than pori so now. He's openly not given an opportunity. The number one contender. It's going to be a totally different dialogue right now. We have a contender industrial calling out another contender in d. s. It's very much unchartered territory. I don't know that. I've seen anything like it. A little bit more time to fully deduce what i make of it i can tell you right now. I love it. I love the concept. I don't believe we're going to see poor versus date. I believe we're gonna see. Portia versus oliveira. But the fact that we now have something to talk about. Dustin has to have something to talk about if he starts getting anything to define where he goes next. And this is what you're gonna do based on just because it doesn't put himself in a great position he's found a work around it was a brilliant move.

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"lavera" Discussed on MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"lavera" Discussed on MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

"And how qualifying has been his arch nemesis this season. I think there's only two races all year long that he started inside the top ten and watching once again. What he did in this race is just just reinforcement that. If brad bender could just simply figure out how to qualify well he would likely be doing the same exact things. We've seen out of miguel lavera before the break and miguel by the way was injured in this one. That's why he was really not that great all weekend long and brad proved it again. Today i mean he started sixteenth and he was ninth as late as lap. Sixteen in this race. And then he just comes blazing through the field in the final third getting by bo takenaka gami and johann zarco in the final few corners of the last lap to get an incredibly impressive fourth place. Finish after starting sixteen. They just need to figure out how to get him. On the first three rows of the grid and brad bender could make some big big waves over the second. Half of the season. Never talking nakagomi. Well i don't know maybe he's feeling a little bit of that. Pressure from iowa is increasingly more impressive performances. Emoto too but one way or the other taco was motivated and he was looking a lot more like he did in twenty twenty in this race then has so far in twenty twenty one and getting roughed up a bit by bender at the end was really his low misstep and talk a finally gets back into the top five for the first time since he res- was a really good race for him on the other end of the spectrum. I wanna talk about three writers who did little to help their chances on sunday. And they all happen to be on do kadi's starting with johann zarco who actually had a decent race and he was in a really good spot when jack miller went out to at least only finish one spot behind fabio quattro in this one but then he let to riders. Get by him in those final few corners on the last lap going from fourth to sixth. And you just you can't. You can't do that if you want to be in the championship against a guy who's been as fast as fabio quarrel has been all season long. You can't make those mistakes especially when you're chasing writer in the championship if you've got the buffer. Well okay you lost a couple of points. Come back the next day. You can kind of fix it. But here's arco is a good distance behind. He needs every single point he can get in those situations. You have to find a way to stay in front of two riders who you are better than and i know that's arguable. But based on the results we've seen the season zarko should have been able to best takenaka gami and brad bender instead. He lost out the both of them. That's really really bad way for him to end the race for petco back niamh. I mean when this first started before the red flag. He looked like he was going to be a contender and then he was simply flat in the second race. He never got anything going it all and he finished eleventh doing himself no favors. And then jack miller ma'am after leading the race early and then falling out of the podium spots. Jack was in the middle of a late race. Push to get by fabio coiro. Get back on the podium. Make up some points in the championship as well which would have been huge for himself. Amber johns arco too. Because it would have taken a couple of points away from coiro. And i really don't think showing mir would minded. That's so much either. But then he lost the front end in the stadium section with ten laps to go trying desperately to match the corner speed of the aha instead of being patient and relying on the dakotas real strength which was sectors one two and four. Don't try make it all happen in three if you don't got it in three right and instead of maybe getting on the podium or at least finishing fourth he missed out on at least thirteen points. Maybe even sixteen and because of that. He's now over seventy points out in the championship. He is perilously close to having his title. Bid for twenty twenty one come to an end as well before we finish up on the qadis by the way how about the droese finishing tenth in this race he got the last spot based on a track limits and fracture but still top ten for a guy who hasn't racing a couple of years. I think that's a good day. All things considered becoming background to. It wasn't a good day for them. Obviously they didn't accomplish what they set out to and yet she still had a smile on his face at the end of the day. Why is that well. Because i'm pretty damn sure. He was looking up at martine on the top. Step of that podium and thinking there's next factory rider that's the guy i'm going to go. Try to win a championship with if these other guys aren't going to step up for me. Because if mirrored one or even if somebody like johann zarco have one he was going to be pretty darn upset that his factory guys didn't step up to the challenge. But instead i think he was seeing the future up there and thinking you know what maybe not this year but maybe next year or the year after that because i got somebody. I can really really work with here so on the podium whore. Hey martine his first victory pray mac qadis first victory in modo. Gp and a fantastic display of talent from future contender show. Amir was second the ride height device and the result that came with it. I think definitely gives mir and suzuki a ton of forward momentum them running at the podium fabio quarrel he just keeps on going and this is just like a win for him in a champion like effort as well and in that championship while fabio of course still leads the way and he actually has a bigger lead believe it or not when he showed up in austria which is huge the margin now stands at forty points after johann arcos last lap. Struggles mirror gets couple back. He's now fifty one out while disappointing efforts for both factory riders. Lee petco back. 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"lavera" Discussed on Dadpreneur - Business & Digital Marketing Talk

Dadpreneur - Business & Digital Marketing Talk

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"lavera" Discussed on Dadpreneur - Business & Digital Marketing Talk

"What. What are your expectations. And this is very important. Alex here is don't think of your podcast as an ad. Because okay you go and face but you create a now. You're on it and you can have leads results after like. I don't know two or three weeks of running that ad podcast doesn't work that way. It takes a different process in generous at different kind of connection. So as you just mentioned people are gonna remember you. They're going to connect with you and there are going to be thinking of alex lavera whenever they need some kind of service or when they're they need like some kind of solution or information so you're planning here for the long term the expectation. You're going to get here is to build yourself as an expert into create a or to make your your business a point of reference in that industry or in that area for people like whenever they think of something. They're going to think about you. E- cubby today. It can be in three weeks or you can be six months or a year from now. Sure and i. And i and i. That's a great advice. David all across in. And i think that you know for many business owners. You know specially small business owners. You don't have a huge marketing team. I do work with companies that have huge marketing teams in day also struggled with what type of content to create. But i i love that. You talked about quantity not being the the the northstar right that that that the numbers is not the end. All no because it's a way to nurture people through that funnel rained us right. And so now of course if you're putting out your content there and you're getting zero engagement like no clicks your website absolutely nothing and you're doing something wrong all the way around but to your point if i'm only getting five likes one comment But getting views and my audience z. Meat that's then that's fine. I'm satisfying that. And you. You start to hear that from clients and people saying hey you know what i see your content i see here i see you there and it's interesting because sometimes you know that person and you go. That's interesting i've never seen. You engage with stuff he has. He has which. I'm the same. I don't i don't spend quite. I spent almost no time and social media. And if i do it's a it's more a lincoln But i don't spend a lot of time engaging like i know a guy who hacks lincoln really understands the algorithm constantly. He's moving with it. He'll tell you. Ud to engage thirty with thirty different posts people per day and lincoln. Who has that much time. Yes to satisfy the algorithm yet. So i'm gonna go ahead and put my post..

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"lavera" Discussed on Túnel de vento

Túnel de vento

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"lavera" Discussed on Túnel de vento

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"lavera" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

Just Fly Performance Podcast

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"lavera" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

"Of pro sport academy he's worked with elite level rugby for many years and he now teaches his own approach through his pro sport academy as well as being in his private practice. You may have heard david gray back on his first appearance on this podcast. Talk about how. He mentored unable sullivan and learned from him on things like delayed the extension and delayed the exception being a really important way of recruiting the gluten movements. And as i've talked with dave and heard him on other podcasts. Dave is a bucket of information. He has synthesized so many great physical therapy in humor. Performance systems out there into his own method. And dave gets results all the way from square one return to play all the way up to getting athletes ready to step onto the pitch on a high performance level. We can learn so much from his knowledge and on today's show. We're gonna talk about bridges. And split squad slouches on all forms. Basically how do we train the foot from square one all the way up to more high performance methods tons of stuff in here on the injury prevention gluts using drivers and advanced methods and return to play and even when and when not to work the big toe in trading so consider this a foot to hit master class. Tons of awesome information in here and one last thing is that some of these exercises. Go check out the show notes on the just sports dot com website. And i'll have some video links to some of these exercises that davis describing within the body of the podcast. All right. let's get on to it episode to forty seven with debut sullivan. Dave you know. I'm sure other countries are here in the united states. You know there's probably a little bit of a sadness of not being able to fully celebrate saint patrick's day and give it to do. But i'm sure in ireland. It's probably even worse. So how you guys managing saint patrick's day over there right now. Yeah so. I've in england. But i usually don't be thorough public six point steeping so instead of our staff to extend my staff. I've worked in a in a long time. So it's a bit different than watching jam. The horse racing today. That said that's a big patrick's day event Lavera so i might have might have a butler after after this mcvay but it's a very different heavy. Just be it'd be a little weird. I've never been ireland..

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"lavera" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

06:06 min | 2 years ago

"lavera" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"All those lovely things. And I'm gonna let her tell her story because I think it's fascinating and fun and and have her. Tell us about the suit that she brought to the school just to make sure she was in France. Not in Paris, Illinois. Welcome to the show. Caroline. Thank you. Thank you, Tom. For having me. S Oh, yeah. My story is yes, I did fall in love with food in France. I went to college in Paris and then con culinary school in the French countryside in Burgundy at Lavera named Johnny moved the Chateau du Fey. Exactly. Yeah. Hey, and her cookbook, My Chateau kitchen. My pictures in it, so Oh, yeah, That's right. Oh, my goodness. I love to be among fellow love runners. Why didn't actually we rented her house and they were. I don't know what a dozen or 15 of us or something like that. Yes, And so we got to use all the kitchens while we were there. So it's such an amazing place. It was such a great place to go to school. So that was at the beginning of my food story. And then I went to work for Martha Stewart early on in my career, and then I like to build around. New York and for a long time and then I moved here on Gwen. I moved here. Unfortunately, I got sick kind of right away. Unfortunately, was diagnosed with brain cancer. Yeah, always fun, but always fun, too. But I'm here. So you know it ends. Okay, I'm here, you know. But so yeah, I got really sick. And when I was really sick people like strangers. We just moved here brought me soup. And it was just the sort of magical thing and the doctors gave me a year to live. And I'm like, three years out and cancer free and doing great. So congratulations. Thank you. Thank you. I guess I should say mfc. But so yeah, it's I'm feel like it's this magical substance. That's this elixir of life. And so I started this soup club here in town for my friends, just like making soup for people who made soup for me as sort of a thanks for my survival, and then I wrote this book. I'm super Club. And as also kind of a thanks to them and to share the soup love. That's very sweet. Very cool. Soup is one of those magical things it is. I've got to say I'm I came late to soup in my life to the real enjoyment of soup. It wasn't until I started eating that I fell in love with soup. Because first I don't know why. Because when I grew up, obviously I grew up in France. Every meal. Every meal, except in the summertime. Every meal started with soup. It's so lovely, just always soup. And then you have Ah, small artery and Noel. You know, Celadon. I don't know something else. But Definitely you start the mill with a super Andre was always something like there was always a pot on the fire. You know, like the soup was always like, or there was a big part. And then we had the same suit for 23 days in a row, you know, share And so, like, you know, Terry just so terrifying. So When you say soup are you saying like when your mom had beef bones on the pot? Did you just have broth in for your super? He was always a made soup. So the only time we had clear broth Lowell broth like that was when she would make tofu. And she would have a beautiful breath and we take that and she would bring that to a ball throwing some yummy chili in there. That was the suit. That would be the beginning of the of the dinner, But in most cases he was period vegetable or dice. You know, Big dies Vegetable, and that's what it was Whatever was in season and funny enough on my way to a radio show this morning, I talked to my mom. Every time I come to the rich and the She was cutting pumpkins. Pumpkins that she just get from a friend and making a super nice And she said in France now they have but not squash is hilarious to hear my mother say. I said, What is what is bitter nut and she goes. Oh, you know you have them in America, But now I know what it feels like to have an accent. So, Caroline, All your recipes are vegans they are. It was really interesting to hear you guys talk about vegan cheese, because, yeah, they're all vegan, and I'm actually not a vegan. But I did. When I was diagnosed, I started to eat really? Strangely for me as a food professional. I took on a very restricted diet, You know, given a year to live with two small Children you'll grasp at any straw. You can write exactly, Andi. You know it's in the column of Can't hurt could help, you know. So that's why I decided to do vegan soup is just it celebrates like the most restricted diet that I can think of, and it's naturally like gluten free and easy to make nut free. So it just felt like a very great challenge. And I think it's and so I love that you ate soup as part of, you know, a bigger meal. These soups. I was really challenging myself to make them like stews. And really hardy and I have this Soup club that I feed some some, like, you know, really athletic dads are in this group. And I'm like convincing them Tio eat, you know, really healthful, delicious seasonal plate of like a bull of vegetables and beans and, like high in protein that come from different places, So it just really It's like a very exciting fun challenge. So what was the most challenging part of doing vegan soup? I think it's that is squeezing in, you know, like Blake cool flavors. So I run the soup for like the club for like, nine months, and I don't repeat a soup and they're all original soups. Every week is different s. Oh, it's it's just the challenges is was in the beginning, coming up with those original recipes, but what I did was either studied..

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"lavera" Discussed on Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"lavera" Discussed on Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

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"lavera" Discussed on Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"lavera" Discussed on Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

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"lavera" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show

The Nick Taylor Horror Show

07:48 min | 2 years ago

"lavera" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show

"I mean I can't give a lot of oil as the story goes in like a radically extreme direction but we say we stay true to what people loved about the first one you know so hopefully. Hopefully. It's unlike any slasher you seem before but it's it reminds you of the ones you grow up. Loving same time. That's that's my goal. Yeah. Yeah and that was the beauty of the original terrified I. Felt. Reminded you that time period and those slashers but it didn't feel overtly throwback which certain some slashers do you know is that balance of this feels familiar but it's different. It's taking the whole thing into a new direction I try. Thank you I, appreciate that I think there's a lot of movies where like you just said they try and. They try and capture that exploitation by. It doesn't quite feel genuine. It's almost like a tongue in cheek kind of light you know. I think if you can genuinely get there because it's true that you are and I think that's real really works. I mean hopefully I can do that. Yeah. Yeah. No I think you can tell if somebody's trying to do something for the sake of being campy and it just comes just falls. So flat as far as I'm concerned, the exception being the grind house movies with Broadway says and and Tarintino but. Yeah big inspiration those those two But yeah, I mean 'cause like the original the old school grind house movies though they were they were a lot of times inadvertently cheesy because unlike limitations and Whatever whatever the? That gave it some of the charm I mean they weren't really constantly winking at the audience all the time. So yeah, that's that's. Nice. So have you been documenting the making of terrifying to or do you have your own heart to darkness on the way? I. Think we do I mean I started. With that in mind going into this I bought a little camera and I was bringing it everywhere and filming everything before for you know when I could not even think about that anymore I just got so consumed by everything I had to do. But thankfully, everybody onset now is, has there fallen out now just constantly recording in horizontal or God so and good quality. So I'm sure with all the footage we can make some pretty amazing documentary behind the scenes. Yeah. That'd be cool. There's there's there's a documentary about Rob Zombie Making Devil's rejects called thirty days in Hell, came a rare bucks set and then it comes with that. I watch it repeatedly. You. Mind scenes. Nice. Thing commentaries. Here's a good one four from dusk till dawn to I've seen that one as well. Yeah. Love that will good as well. But yeah, I, mean, you see these movies and they look like the. Show well done but people realize how difficult it is to actually all the shit that goes wrong. All the time. It's constant. It's. Everything's GonNa go. Yeah. Common criminal has directors is was there ever like a dark night of the soul things get so difficult that you actually consider quitting and it doesn't sound like you've ever considered quitting but was there is there anything that was able to help you get through this just given the difficulty of all? Yes. Yeah it's very So. That happens all the time. It happened all the time on at that moment and It's happened since since I started doing this as as a kid and just making. Really low budget movies and stuff. You always find yourself at a point where inside you say am I doing with my life like I'm you know because it's like you're bringing this stress on yourself nobody's forcing you to be a filmmaker and it Sohar and then you just realize why you're not asking. Churches in a you know. Worked for the fire on board with this audio I, listen to people and got a city job. And enjoy like why didn't they do that life could been much easier but you just have to power through it and look at the look at the angle. That's that's what I always do. I was myself and my hardest moment I put myself three months down the line I just say I know it's going to be worth it down the line you feel very, very accomplished something you have to you have to be born wanting to do. But yeah. I mean that was definitely a moment where we were filming. Two back to back up for. I was up almost forty eight hours actually I slept for two hours on NAP in the location. and. Just woke up and went right into the next thing because we were just fill like the climax. And I was just so down everybody was so miserable and. ended a a really dingy gross environment and it was very cold very dirty like barry dusty. And everybody everybody at that point everybody's covered in blood all and everything like that and I was down and I, just looked at my lead actress who's wearing. Skimpy EST Halloween costume. And she's covered in blood at this point I. Look at her and she just she was smiling she smiled it may because I could tell she knew what we were doing really great and she was like looking at the center slacks and Matt Smile just really really got me through the day I'll never forget that I'll never forget who was suffering more than anybody else and I her name's along Lavera by the way she is just Exceptional unbelievable I can't wait to see her character. But she she was really suffering in both out of everybody because she like I said going in freezing cold locations and she is just covered head to toe in blood for majority. and. Lot. A lot of actors allot who've had gone through the same thing. They cannot deal with it and they are not cool. They think they're going to be cool with it. It, and then you see them change Jecklin awed. Really. Yeah and she's just the yes she's been. So yes. So that's a standout moment for the most part. No no rail daunting my spirit's I'm pretty much pretty optimistic on stuff for the most part. That's good. Yeah. It's amazing how those little things like the smile from caz member can can help Perry through these moments. We're any I mean obviously having resilient actors like that who when it comes to indie filmmaking know what they're getting into can make or break a movie obviously. Is there any indication when you were casting that she was resilient strong would be able to weather this storm anything other director should look for when they're casting actors other than their performances because as good as an actor, they might be if they crumble at the site of difficulty then. Your movie up but. I gotta say, honestly, there's really nothing so. Hair because I've had people were on like this. Person's going to be great they. They're so excited and then it just like they fall apart a fall. So I really don't know but. Unlike almost every other actor actress I've worked with nobody has ever cared for a character as much as she had almost to the point where she cared more about the character than I do and it's my favorite actor and I've ever written and. And she would just constantly. You know email me or call me taxes. The have endless endless questions about this character things that I didn't even think about and she'd be writing journals in her own story about the character on what she thinks and seeing that for you know the two months of prep leading up I was like, Oh my God. This is. Pretty looking pretty good also. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So this amazing as a director, that's exactly what you want is somebody we like, yeah. Take the character in different directions that you even considered. No doubt no doubt. So that was. Cool well, this obviously being terrified you're too. I'm sure you're thinking what's next for three, four, five, six, whatever the however the franchise goes would you would you ever consider handing over to a different director?.

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"lavera" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

08:38 min | 2 years ago

"lavera" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"He changes his focus briefly to focus on the curious case of another planet in the solar system. See I mentioned earlier that we known about the first six planets in the solar system since ancient times, but in the nineteenth century astronomers were still dealing with a relatively recent addition, and think about how weird this is like two at a time for the first time in thousands of years that we knew about another planet, and that planet was. How do we say this planet same on the podcast? Robert, do. We just say Uranus. Uranus is is more fun. It's more humorous, I often I often say you're at us, though then almost sounds like a urine Est.. Urine, EST, it's a professional urinate. In many respects, it's an unfortunately named planet. Yeah, it may be could have been worse. I don't know if this would be worse or not, so it was discovered in seventeen eighty one. Uranus sorry, that was the first time it was seen by human, and it was by the German born. British astronomer William Herschel, who found the planet during a survey of the stars, and he wanted to call it not uranus or Uranus but George CDs or the Star of George after King, George the third of England. And I'm glad that named got scrapped in favor of a much more dignified mythological anus reference. Yeah, even even with the anus right in there it It has more of a ring to it than than this Georgia. Dome sits. Business. Why we know how horrible that would be to name a planet, after just like a human king, kings suck. Yes, absolutely. I mean kings. They have all these other things. Let's at least leave their names off of the planet. Yeah, sticks him. Ethical references please, but anyway like Mercury Uranus was the. Fear Mysterious Right Uranus also wobbled in its orbit. It's pather on the sun was different from what we would predict given. The gravitational influences that we knew about. So leverrier took this mystery, and he turned it into one of the great success stories in the history of any scientific theory. He conjured a planet out of the void, and his assumptions were really simple, so he took the known laws of physics. He took Newton's laws and he asked you know given these laws. What could make Uranus as orbit as irregular as we observe and the answer he came up with was well another planet. He calculated how big that other planet would have to be and where exactly it would have to be in relation to Uranus and then he put that prediction to the test. He groped down his predictions in a letter to a German astronomer, named Johann gala and asked him to look for this eighth planet with his instruments and using leverrier as predictions gala found the. The Planet Neptune after only about an hour of looking for it within one degree of exactly where Lavera had predicted and I should also note that in English. Astronomer named John C Adams also calculated the position of the planet that would come to be known as Neptune independently around the same time, but in both cases there they're essentially using the math to determine where. This this unknown planet would be in. It confirmed that there is a course planet there and yeah, and this is like the classic case of like Win Win. A scientific theory works best writing when scientific theory tells you how things work in a way that allows you to extrapolate from what you know to what you predict. You should find in the future, and then you go out and look and find exactly. Yeah, you find exactly what you predicted, so this is like a great win for Newton's theories, right? The prediction is a huge success led to leverrier, being given all kinds of medals and honorary appointments, and he was eventually made the. The head of the Astronomical Observatory in Paris he plucked Neptune out of space, armed with nothing, but the power of Newton's laws, and so then after this leverrier decides to go back to his old subject, he turns his attention back to mercury in the problem of Mercury's a i. think everybody can see where we go here right? Yeah, so you can guess what the temptation might be. Leverrier had just achieved awesome fame by predicting a previously undiscovered planet. What if there was another so he came up with the prediction for something with mass very close to the sun inside the orbit, of Mercury, maybe another asteroid belt or another planet. It, would be something with mass that could cause Mercury's orbit to wobble in the way he had measured so precisely when making his tables, and then here's the real kicker just like Neptune. This inner planet was also discovered Oh so here I want to rely on the work of a of an author named Thomas Levenson from a book called the hunt for Volkan from Random House in two, thousand sixteen, and in an interview with nat go. Levinson describes the first sighting of the planet at. The pit, which was by an amateur, French astronomer named Edmond Modesto less. Carbo on March twenty, six, eighteen, fifty nine, so you've got the. He's this country doctor he was a country doctor by trade, and he's got an observatory in a stone barn in his backyard. Yeah, this is often the case. When we're talking about astronomy from this area, we're getting into the realm of the gentlemen scientists. Yes, yeah, he's sort of like. He Dabbles maybe so one day in eighteen, fifty, nine less Carbo took a break in between seeing patients. He went out to his telescope to observe the Sun. And And Levinson says quote as he trains his telescope on the Sun He sees a round object on the face of the Sun. He Times it as it moves steadily across, the sun records the. That another patient arrives, so he checks out. That patient then comes back to the born. This round dot is still crossing the son. He tracks it continuously taking notes on its path until it finally goes over the other edge of the sun, and so after making this observation less. Carbo he reads about Lavar prediction, and he gets all excited, and he writes a letter leverrier describing what he saw. saw crossing the disk of the sun, so leverrier had predicted this planet would be in there, and then let's go. Both saw it and apparently leverrier was at a New Year's Eve party when he got the letter and he just left and he's like Oh. Boy Any. He went out to less carbos house, which was a trip, that Levinson said involved a train ride in a twelve mile walk. So. He was obviously excited I. Mean You Find One Planet? You kind of get hooked on it right? Right of find another. So leverrier confirmed the observation, and this inner planet gotTa name came to be known as Volkan. That's a good name because Volkan in logical senses is close to the Fort. Yes, the forgot exactly. He's the hypothesis type figure. He's down there with the fires beating the steel, and this triggered a period of what Levinson called the Volkan. Mania suddenly astronomers all over the world or trying to find Vulcan in quite a few reported finding it. It, like during an eclipse in eighteen, Seventy, eight Levinson tells the story that Thomas Edison happened to be in the path of totality for for a solar eclipse in Wyoming and he was there to try out an infrared radiation sensor he had created, which actually did not work in the end but he so he's out there for the eclipse, and he ends up coming across a pair of Vulcan hunters who were using? Using the eclipse to try to spot the planet, because obviously, if you think about this, it's hard to see a planet that's close to the sun under normal circumstances, but if you wait for a solar eclipse in the moon blocks out the light of the sun, suddenly you can look up there and see okay. Is there anything there? The to Vulcan hunters here in the story where Simon Newcomb and James Craig Watson and there report. Report does that Newcombe could not find the planet. He looks for Vulcan during the eclipse. It didn't see anything but Watson said he saw it. He said a star was near the sun, which had never been documented before it was not on any of his charts, and it had to be the planet. Vulcan, an article for Nautilus. Levinson writes about Watson citing quote Watson saw very close to the limb of the sun a ruddy. Ruddy Star just where Vulcan ought to have been so the Discovery Vulcan was reported in the New York Times in papers around the world was huge and exciting news, and they're even cases where like doubters and skeptics about where sort of pooh-poohed and made fun of, but if you know your solar system now, you might be wondering okay, so what happened. Yeah, we didn't memorize that one in school. Right so yeah happened to Vulcan Vulcan. Vulcan mania, well, of course, many others simply failed to find the planet. Other people look for it and never saw what the people who found. It said they saw what really killed..

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09:26 min | 3 years ago

"lavera" Discussed on No Agenda

"Is the coolest thank you Laurin. Thank you skipped over Jessica Sawyer Jessica. Soya actually topped Lauren. With the hundred and thirty six dollars in Lakewood California and she well. We don't need to know she doesn't she's let me do this because we donations Shinzo not long In the morning of my birthday which is showed today we might first donation so pleased. My smoking hot boyfriend started hitting me in the mouth about eighteen months ago and it took about a year for me to start shrinking my middle regularly. I feel so much lighter. Please call him out as a Douche bag though because while Now just please call us back. We will will be due next month for his birthday listening to the best podcasting university a favorite pastime as it is a breath of fresh air in the madness of life with with this donation. I start on the road to damehood. If you can be so kind. Please send us some house selling Goat Karma. We will do that for you at the end with everybody else. Thank you very much Jessica. And you're on on the list for today. Jay Heisel in Lenexa let you know. I've never known how to pronounce his town in Kansas with excel. Lennox Lennox I duNno ninety nine thirty three Ryan risky in Iron Mountain Minnesota Eight. Oh eight hey to her. Blam and Earl of Georgia eight. Oh I'm sorry I wanted to read Ryan's note. It was a nice note. Forgive me podfather. It must confess. I've been a no agenda listener since early early double digit episodes. I have reason to believe that. I may have been a factor in the eight. Zero eight donation is. I came up with a number of few weeks after the sixty nine sixty nine started and and I added to my hit my people in the mouth speech. My girlfriend at the time told me to list of the first eight. Oh eight donation on the next show because a friend from Michigan was going to use the number and then the rest got cut off. He had a nice note dammit he was close to knighthood was the point but its appearance where he is close He'll be knighted shortly not today. No Okay Blam Earl of Georgia eight Oh wait. Dj Anonymous Eight. Oh and he actually wrote a note in general look at which is the boop loop donation. BOOP BOOP Obama last in my last letter I dislike longhand. It's pretty funny. Look into. I mentioned my opinion. That a real Message should be handwritten on paper. You didn't me one better by claiming it. Not only only county was written in cursive. Who Does this much count? And then he goes to leaves cursive. Did you stopped. He couldn't do it right while listening to this show other than Zephyr sightings. You seem to be happy. Do you happen to be happy as reading letters featuring the United Federation of planets letterhead so. Here's the United Federation nation of podcasters stationary. This guy. Yes if you and he sent me some you enjoyed or even if you don't I'm going to scan the Carter the name very funny it's like a real podcast of with with the hookers on each arm and a girl in the back with heart pumping have the happy new year. Merry Christmas coming to you. From Mach Zero Baroness Susan. Johnson came in with eighty eighty Hillsborough Oregon Cer- Bryan Coffman's Scottsdale Arizona. Scottsdale Arizona seventy five seventy five Barron. Mark Tanner with his twice monthly donation of six seven eight nine. So Scott Morgan Austin Texas Sir Scott. Two of the armory organizes. This is all the Pew Pew Pew Pew Pew terrorists in Urbana Illinois Fifty five twenty years a note I happy you'll and and happy new year to the best podcast in the universe. Happy Birthday to my Douche bag mother. Barb love you Mama. I'll get some crazy crazy Leah. Lavera safety five ten Michael De la Sierra in Maryville Tennessee now she read he reached his knighthood with his donation. He would like to be dubbed. Sir Dancing Mike and he wants smokey mountain brewery. Would help me with this. Hells Hellas and yeehaw the hawks coach. I'm going to butcher this. What is this smokey mountain? Murray Heli Ellis Hells Hells. I don't know I I have no idea and I think coal shes a beer. Yeah I don't know what Smokey Mountain Brewery Hell it's a beer is Adele closer beers. I think he also wants to kick off the dame drive for smoking. Hot Wife Denise slightly increasing my sustaining donation to make the accounting for her damehood aim hood easier for me. It took me a few years several vacations but I finally hit her in the mouth. About a year ago I would also like to request deducing for her as the contributions will be in her name. Gore going Ford and since she makes more than me. She's been indirectly contributing to the show for some time. Now yes that's right. Get it from your woman and when you spend deduce okay. I wonder if if the fact that she was always making more money than him. Put her in a state of mind not to pay attention to the show or disliked to show because what is he no. He's doesn't make as much money as me. Wow I I'm not gonNA go. They're really. I'm just suggesting the possibility because it took him over a year to get to the show. Well now they're set for life. I guess so Judy Schwartz also set for life. Baroness of kindle kindle county in Bernie Texas. That's right ours is sixty five cents happy new year. When when Free Food Bul- BUL- BADEAH volva Walton Alden? Greetings from Gitmo Lowlands. No this is not it g him by fanned offend on offend that. I thank you and Scott Nelson in Melbourne Florida. Fifty laws in one sent the following people are fifty dollar donors name and location Scott does not want to be on this list. Robert fittler in Mars. Pennsylvania yeah. I won't say what I used to say anymore. Because his wife Objects Paul Gabrielson Fifty Awal Leibel and Noor took Deutschland Delaware. Newark Delaware Newark Deutschland. Nice Deutschland Delaware. A Richard Sir. Richard Gardner partner. Jeffrey Zelin Oakland Michigan. Part of the group there. I think Darren Dennis Zeus Zeus. Zeus can do by no no no ice Dick Danny inequities decor- NASA awaits us. How you got Dennis Zukowski? I'd the Neka wits probably here in probably Eric I've done. Is Darren. Radia imagine what really you imagine. Yeah well he's in Dubai in Dubai but a place. What place John Kavulich please D- Douche me it D- -duced also wants to call it? His brother Darius Miller as a Douche bag does he's hit him in the mouth around show nine hundred and hasn't given a dime area last on the list is Eric Do Tro in Flint Michigan with fifty dollar donations Aziza people. That helped us do show. Twelve three helped produce it and we thank each and every one of them and we have a lot of people that also gave lesser amounts which you'd get credited for reasons anonymity. Yeah Oh that's well. We don't mention them on the show. Although they are credited in the overall scheme of things certainly for saving up for Knighthoods Woods we people who've been doing it for multiple years on ten dollars a month and And eventually wind up with a knighthood and would they proud of it and we're proud of them and really the sustaining donor ships under fifty which is a lot of our subscriptions. You can find it at divorce dot Org Slash Na. It's very very helpful. And it's all of its appreciated. Aided and all of you are producers of the best podcast in the universe and we'll do it again next year the full rack dot org slash and in a Karma's request jobs jobs jobs and jobs.

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"lavera" Discussed on No Agenda

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09:26 min | 3 years ago

"lavera" Discussed on No Agenda

"Is the coolest thank you Laurin. Thank you skipped over Jessica Sawyer Jessica. Soya actually topped Lauren. With the hundred and thirty six dollars in Lakewood California and she well. We don't need to know she doesn't she's let me do this because we donations Shinzo not long In the morning of my birthday which is showed today we might first donation so pleased. My smoking hot boyfriend started hitting me in the mouth about eighteen months ago and it took about a year for me to start shrinking my middle regularly. I feel so much lighter. Please call him out as a Douche bag though because while Now please calm out douchebag. We will will be due next month for his birthday listening to the best podcasting university a favorite pastime as it is a breath of fresh air in the madness of life with with this donation. I start on the road to damehood. If you can be so kind. Please send us some house selling Goat Karma. We will do that for you at the end with everybody else. Thank you very much Jessica. And you're on on the list for today. Jay Heisel in Lenexa let you know. I've never known how to pronounce his town in Kansas with excel. Lennox Lennox I duNno ninety nine thirty three Ryan risky in Iron Mountain Minnesota Eight. Oh eight hey to her. Blam and Earl of Georgia eight. Oh I'm sorry I wanted to read Ryan's note. It was a nice note. Forgive me podfather. It must confess. I've been a no agenda listener since early early double digit episodes. I have reason to believe that. I may have been a factor in the eight. Zero eight donation is. I came up with a number of few weeks after the sixty nine sixty nine started and and I added to my hit my people in the mouth speech. My girlfriend at the time told me to list of the first eight. Oh eight donation on the next show because a friend from Michigan was going to use the number and then the rest got cut off. He had a nice note dammit he was close to knighthood was the point but its appearance where he is close He'll be knighted shortly not today. No Okay Blam Earl of Georgia eight Oh wait. Dj Anonymous Eight. Oh and he actually wrote a note in general look at which is the boop loop donation. BOOP BOOP Obama last in my last letter I dislike longhand. It's pretty funny. Look into. I mentioned my opinion. That a real Message should be handwritten on paper. You didn't me one better by claiming it. Not only only county was written in cursive. Who Does this much count? And then he goes to leaves cursive. Did you stopped. He couldn't do it right while listening to this show other than Zephyr sightings. You seem to be happy. Do you happen to be happy as reading letters featuring the United Federation of planets letterhead so. Here's the United Federation nation of podcasters stationary. This guy. Yes if you and he sent me some you enjoyed or even if you don't. I'm going to scan the card the name very funny. It's like a real podcast of with with the hookers on each arm and a girl in the back with heart pumping have the happy new year. Merry Christmas coming to you. From Mach Zero Baroness Susan. Johnson came in with eighty eighty Hillsborough Oregon Cer- Bryan Coffman's Scottsdale Arizona. Scottsdale Arizona seventy five seventy five Barron. Mark Tanner with his twice monthly donation of six seven eight nine. So Scott Morgan Austin Texas Sir Scott. Two of the armory organizes. This is all the Pew Pew Pew Pew Pew terrorists in Urbana Illinois Fifty five twenty years a note I happy you'll and and happy new year to the best podcast in the universe. Happy Birthday to my Douche bag mother. Barb love you Mama. I'll get some crazy crazy Leah. Lavera safety five ten Michael De la Sierra in Maryville Tennessee now she read he reached his knighthood with his donation. He would like to be dubbed. Sir Dancing Mike and he wants smokey mountain brewery. Would help me with this. Hells Hellas and yeehaw the hawks coach. I'm going to butcher this. What is this smokey mountain? Murray Heli Ellis Hells Hells. I don't know I I have no idea and I think coal shes a beer. Yeah I don't know what Smokey Mountain Brewery Hell it's a beer is Adele closer beers. I think he also wants to kick off the dame drive for smoking. Hot Wife Denise slightly increasing my sustaining donation to make the accounting for her damehood aim hood easier for me. It took me a few years several vacations but I finally hit her in the mouth. About a year ago I would also like to request deducing for her as the contributions will be in her name. Gore going Ford and since she makes more than me. She's been indirectly contributing to the show for some time. Now yes that's right. Get it from your woman and when you spend deduce okay. I wonder if if the fact that she was always making more money than him. Put her in a state of mind not to pay attention to the show or disliked to show because what is he no. He's doesn't make as much money as me. Wow I I'm not gonNA go. They're really. I'm just suggesting the possibility because it took him over a year to get to the show. Well now they're set for life. I guess so Judy Schwartz also set for life. Baroness of kindle kindle county in Bernie Texas. That's right ours is sixty five cents happy new year. When when Free Food Bul- BUL- BADEAH volva Walton Alden? Greetings from Gitmo Lowlands. No this is not it g him by fanned offend on offend that. I thank you and Scott Nelson in Melbourne Florida. Fifty laws in one sent the following people are fifty dollar donors name and location Scott does not want to be on this list. Robert fittler in Mars. Pennsylvania yeah. I won't say what I used to say anymore. Because his wife Objects Paul Gabrielson Fifty Awal Leibel and Noor took Deutschland Delaware. Newark Delaware Newark Deutschland. Nice Deutschland Delaware. A Richard Sir. Richard Gardner partner. Jeffrey Zelin Oakland Michigan. Part of the group there. I think Darren Dennis Zeus Zeus. Zeus can do by no no no ice Dick Danny inequities decor- NASA awaits us. How you got Dennis Zukowski? I'd the Neka wits probably here in probably Eric I've done. Is Darren Radia Magin. What really you imagine yeah? Well he's in Dubai in Dubai but a place. What place John Kavulich? Please D- Douche me it D- -duced also wants to call it. His brother Darius Miller as a Douche bag does he's hit him in the mouth around show nine hundred and hasn't given a dime area last on the list is Eric Do Tro in Flint Michigan with fifty dollar donations Aziza people. That helped us do show. Twelve three helped produce it and we thank each and every one of them and we have a lot of people that also gave lesser amounts which you'd get credited for reasons anonymity. Yeah Oh that's well. We don't mention them on the show. Although they are credited in the overall scheme of things certainly for saving up for Knighthoods Woods we people who've been doing it for multiple years on ten dollars a month and And eventually wind up with a knighthood and would they proud of it and we're proud of them and really the sustaining donor ships under fifty which is a lot of our subscriptions. You can find it at divorce dot Org Slash Na. It's very very helpful. And it's all of its appreciated. Aided and all of you are producers of the best podcast in the universe and we'll do it again next year the full rack dot org slash and in a Karma's request jobs jobs jobs and jobs.

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