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"lis lis" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher
"Everyone lisa end of the year and bonus episode eight weeks. We reflect on the past year and reveal. Reveal some new things for the next year. But i would like to start saying thanks. For all the guests in the previous episodes. You make this podcast possible. So thank you for taking the time for the podcast. And i would also like to thank all the listeners. Yeah i would also like to thank all the listeners. You are the reason we are doing this. So we hope that the podcast has been able to share some new research new ideas and and also a little bit of speculations and things that you won't read the research papers and personally. I'd like to say that i also very much enjoyed hearing the stories behind the research. So how different people Started studying these topics. And what are their personal experiences when in relation to what they want to find out about more and yeah just to say quickly the meaningful sports series was something that was new in the pe researcher. Podcast this year. It has been running about four months now and we have received some very good feedback and We are very delighted to hear that it's been something that has been Resonating with with at least some of you listeners. And we are very grateful for old feedback and especially. I would like to thank All our twitter supporters and especially for the discussions and Conversation we've had around a theme so we certainly want to hear feedback and also critical questions and critical comments. That will help us all develop and and come up with better ideas and Especially in relation to the meaningful sports series. I would like to thank a few key. People who have been Sharing the conversations and and sharing the work and and Promoting this dialogue. So i would like to mention on sport. Dicuss craig spencer and and team at the meaningful physical education project soda lamp. That i certainly recommend you to follow all of these people on twitter and the fantastic work they are doing. I'd like to say. I very much enjoyed the conversations we've had around the themes of meaning meaningfulness of sport exercise and physical education in the past few months and yeah back to ali. Yeah so will continue with the meaningful sports series and previously. We have done few episode with our expert opinion and in two thousand twenty one. We plan to perform at on the expert opinion. And if you haven't checked out the basic idea is that we ask one question from many experts and then we combine the two gether and we'd like to hear what kind of questions you would like to ask from from the experts so really looking forward for your feedback with that and we will also have new serious which will be psychology of physical activity. It will be led by new host on our roads and she's from australia and she will be focusing on physical activity mainly from Perspective in terms of theories so really looking forward for that that new serious and we have been all thinking and brainstorming about new new. Serious noriega till more about those. Yeah one of the things. We are now Thinking often and exploring ideas Looking at careers in in physical activity. Sport exercise Research so i mean we have one episode from this year with richard baton which will about mental health in phd students and early career researchers and and we know that doing a phd certainly not an easy task and we have some very alarming numbers in in relation to mental health issues that that many early career researchers are struggling with in their journey and we should certainly be aware that staying in academia is not the only option and most of the phd students. Actually don't work in the academia afterwards so we thought that can discussing these different Steps in your journey working in this field. What different you need to consider. If you want to say nicodemus if you don't want to stay in academia thinking of pathways and and reflecting on on journeys and also hearing from Those who have made an academic career. What are the key things that they are Thinking of what turning points. What are the things that you need to figure out in in your in your academic career and also broader work life balance and all these things that are sometimes challenging for four people working in this field. So this is something. We are thinking of starting a series on on careers. And we would love to hear your feedback. Whether that's interesting for you and what kind of things you would like to be discussed it in that series. Yeah so new serious coming for defense serious but we are also open for suggestions from you. What would be good serious would be good guests and we are even open for new host if you want to host lis lis. Send emails to ask the. Let's discuss of this possibility. And now also we have had just meaningful sport and then the kind of physical activity research saran. It's been quite many many episodes so maybe we look to make them under some serious that they will be more structure already in our youtube channel. We are creating different lists of the episode. So it's a little bit easier to find different themes and we are also looking to populous in new website where the episodes would be would be classified within different themes and and also. It's quite a bit of things to do hosting the podcast youtube in different podcast applications. So if you liked the show and you would like to help. We are looking for intern. It could be many kinds of tasks we deflects polls schedule so please be in contact. If you are interested on internship possibilities yeah and then moving to the new year twenty twenty one is almost here and our publication schedule for episodes for next year We decided we'll have a juice. Stay at ten. Am and friday. Ten am which are the standard times they are both gmt when we have a new episode out and in times when we have more material a little bit more piled up than we will have an extra episode which will be sundays at two.
"lis lis" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Okay for food chain. You wanna fight. You can't cancer. Lis lis just brought his going on here. Let's sampson here I was just sure mr fortune here. A couple of judo holes might come in handy next time. A young girl over power is not a gymnasium. Gentlemen thank you leap report back conflict tomorrow morning. Good evening.
"lis lis" Discussed on Giant Bombcast
"Those that was fun that was like a sixteen page ULA. I didn't know people pronounced. You'll that way such you learned some day. Seems like an interesting experiment and maybe it'll peter out after a year. That's certainly wouldn't be the first to new console feature that kind of just came to forgotten gone after i. I I think in a perfect world like I think it's a really awesome feature and it'll be really cool for some of those first party games and stuff like that where they are you know obviously incentivize to use their own system but. It's just hard to imagine a world where that stuff gets. Widespread use across all games for a long term because it requires. Such an effort from like you said, the developers requires an effort from Sony and if there's not even an audience for it, like turns out nobody's using it. They've put in all this work until I like okay it we're not GonNa do this shit anymore or like you know maybe it does become something that Sony on and they you know they rebuild the team. and. Promote Matt Yesler to head of tip, team had team. Is that promotion at this point I know? Lis Lis. Man. Now, you can have his own team captain of the team. This is kind of just a minor detail, but I'll throw it in there since we're talking about five this came from. Let's see. This was an interview on four Gamer dot net in Japanese I believe the translated on recent era but it sounds like Sony is going to be sourcing performance data. And kind of heat generation from specific games and then essentially patching in custom fan curves for Vigil Games, as they are released, that's a hard game. To try to try to manage the the cooling and noise level of the console, which is kind of not. Speaking of tracking people's performance data and doing something interesting with it. What if the data they went up tracking is that some folks just leave a game running. And that skews the fan day or you can't can't polluted data man you gotta clean would probably know. Versus Yeah Yeah. Sure. Short short. I'm sure I'd surely they have thought that stuff. Does that mean if you play a game early. Will get worse frame rates because the game this is the consul overheated. The PS five was the hot one all along. That already happens with patches. That's true. Yeah but now you need enough data to make your date ten patch. Oh iron out in video games forever. Yeah. Now you're talking. Forever. All, right. Let's. Let's whip through the rest of these news stories here. Kanani gave a quote to games radar about pt on the PS five. Which? Was this. The content will not be available on the playstation store. So users will be able to re download the content through backwards compatibility feature to the PS five talking about how they've A. Good They have such an aversion to just saying it. But the content don't even want to say, yeah but also like it's like I Two people give me a lot of shit for not making games anymore and barely being in the game business and I feel like this quote misses the other ways that people might be able to get p t onto ps five. It's like this fundamental misunderstanding it was like well, you realize like you could plug a hard drive in, had it on their from your ps four. And that the external drives will work. I didn't close that door. Imagine a scenario of some people in office just heads in hand screaming and crying wire they still talking about pt why is it still have? The content. Should they still talk about data we're talking your address the constantly. Every day about the content, we have to put out a post you're talking about the content which may not be played on the playstation fly. So. It sounds like at the the the loophole that they leave open and their answer is not actually going to work either. Because it's because, yes, you can plug a PS four hard drive straight into ps five the. ps four to five system transfer option. This supposed to move all of the contents of your old console over via either or I. Guess, they could filter out games. I don't want to make that transition. Sure. If concert con the filter content I'm sorry the content might not make that transition. But yes, it sounds like there are other aspects to making ps four games work on ps five that might also. That they would not do that content because it is not technically available and can be doesn't care about it at all. So why would they not actively they're not content the content? No really or not it will not be content until the content has gone. Now until the last copy of. PC has been raised from the plan, and then you get a whole new cut scene. It's great like if you can eliminate all the PT's from all the hard drives, it unlocks the final cut scene. Yeah. A really excited about it. I think. So everyone out there delete. You you tell me I think we're pretty confident in saying that pt you will not run on a PS five at this point. I feel supremely confident in saying that that PT will not run on a PS. That is, can you say you're supremely competent at somebody out there isn't going to make the next nine months to their lives for whatever reason devoted to making a run on a PS five. Okay. I'm going to see this way a retail es five that runs the is not modified in any way how about that I? Say some maniac out there is going to make that thing run out of if if people get into a PS five in darker ways than they were supposed to and are able to work some magic, their thing is awesome. They put the candles down the NF reader lined up with the SPA. Supposed to be in. PT Right. That's that's how that relationship started. Thanks so. that. Believe that's case PT. DELTAIC or was involved.
"lis lis" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Is Tuesday, And that means it's time to call our good friend Liz Liz is part of a wonderful program called Little Brothers. Ah friends of the elderly and they have a great phone buddies program going on because, you know, look with the cove it It's programmes like these suffer because it really is all about connection and going places and going to visit. Well, You can't really do that right now. But you sure can visit on the phone and that's what we do weekly with Liz and Liz joins us on the phone. Good morning. Good morning. How are you doing? Well, really great, brags Bigly is Liz don't don't go outside. It's 137 degrees outside can gather that when I listen to the news earlier lot of humidity. It's a boy. Liz, What is your favorite season? We've never asked you this. What time of year? Do you enjoy the most? What time of year? Yeah. What season do you like the most? Well, actually, I'm a winter person. Oh, really? Yes. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Did you enjoy? Like, dude? Did you see any outdoor like skiing or any any outdoor activities? Yeah. Ice skating. Well, I was an ice skater. I went I practically lived on the street when I was against us. You're just full of mysteries that we discovered. Of course you were Dorothy Hammel. Of course you were. You know, I wish they had been. Wow. Wow. I was gonna ask Liz, Is there something you've done? You know, Dawn just made the comment, and it's so true. I mean, every time we talk to you, we learned a great little nugget aboutyou. But looking back, Liz, you have done so many things. But is there something? Is there something as you reflect back on your life that you wish you would have done like, Is there an event or like maybe a career path that you're like? You know what? That would have been fun, okay? Well, I'll tell you what. When thing I never had a chance to do was get married. Oh, yeah. Oh, I never I never found the right guy yet. But there's still hope isn't don't say so. Not at 83 0 well, you know what happened? Start swiping. That's right. What was? I didn't I don't know why I thought that you were, but oh, that's interesting. Yeah. Well, I grew up in in time. You know, I was a very opinionated woman. Of course, the time I grew up, he had women were supposed to be sweet, little passive. People, you know, Neighbor never supposed to disagree with your husband. I had a big mouth way. Love that about you. I've never been married either Liz and I'm 46 I don't see myself getting married. So you know what? It's okay. That's what I think It was better for me if I didn't get married because I don't think a a most men would be very comfortable with me. Because I I do have one major medical problem that would make a lot of people. Very uncomfortable. Ah, o okay. Okay. I am what they called Bipolar. Oh, yeah. Oh, again, Liz, we wait. Keep discovering a little little nuggets about you. That's that's fascinating. You know, Somalia, you know, but you know, I've never been ashamed. Being bipolar because I've been able to work with it very successful over the years. A lot of the top CEO is our you know, in the country there. It has nothing to do with intelligence or anything. Ah, lot of very smart people that run companies or bipolar. Exactly. Yeah. Yeah, but you have to have under control properly. Sure. Once you light it for me, I ran into some of the best people around that dealt with it, However you when you found out you were bipolar. Well, I started having problems and Amber. In high school, but I was finally diagnosed when I was 35 cash. That's a long time. Yeah, you get on the right medication and treatments for that probably took a wild get it right. You know the big problem with a lot of people that have bipolar disease. They don't like to stay on the medication because you know it is a dampening of your emotions. Sometimes. You know, you can't get a silly and out about that She could you know if you are on a medication, but I knew from very early age, you know that Nice light wass. Under control. You know, I could get really crazy. Yeah. You said you were diagnosed in your thirties. Liz. I bet it was not concerning, but Before there was a proper diagnosis. Did you really wonder? Did you recognized that there was something I don't want to say? Different, But there was something going on? Yeah, I did. Actually, when I was in high school, okay? And I think part of the reason I got interested. He comes my best friend develop schizophrenia. So I started reading books on psychology, trying to figure out what she had. And that was when I discovered I knew that I had mood swings, but I would be really high Go club. You know, be running around like a bunny rabbit. And then I didn't want to do anything for long periods of time, But I didn't know what it wass. Yeah, And then when he develops schizophrenia, Yeah, I said, I wonder what this is all about. So I started reading books about it. I've found one book that gave a perfect description of my behavior. And so I knew something was wrong with me. But you know, you didn't talk about things like that. When I was growing up. People don't even want to talk about it now. I mean, it's very brave of you to talk about this on the radio. So thank you so much. I'm sure it's going to help somebody even today. I hope it does. You know, because you know, just by being bipolar, that isn't your whole person Know, you know, valets. He's just like Anything else, like diabetes or whenever it was you, But that isn't your whole personality, right? That's probably why you were such a great teacher. Well, you know, um, it made me Babel to understand kids a lot better than some teachers would because I could see you know what their mood swings word everything else a lot better than a lot of people could have done that. But there's something going on here beneath the surface. You referenced in its very true, You know, society in dawn's right, too. You don't even wantto people don't want to talk about it. Now there's a there's a kind of a cloud of shame, sometimes unnecessary cloud of shame. Did you were? Were you pretty out? Spoken even shortly after your diagnosis in a different era. Where you any shame in this? You know, because I said, you know. I can live with this. I don't see what the big problem is. Yeah. Wow. But I know a lot of them. People don't have it Didn't want to talk about it more ashamed yet have a guess. Because it because it does have a stigma. The thing of it, Wass, I decided, you know, I would be an advocate of teaching people that There's no shame in having this condition any worse than it's of any other conditions. So I've been an advocate my whole life on it trying to get people to understand, you know. Something they're invisible, but they're just as important. Every care than other things. Well, it's that old saying was, you know people fear what they don't understand, And that's exactly right. So the more you talk about it, the more it becomes becomes, and I don't like the word normal normalizes it and the fear the fear. The fear evaporates when people understand it, MME. Or they may have misconceptions about what it means. But when When brave folks like you talk about it and talk about it with just a sense of just everydayness. I'll make up that word They're about right? Yeah, it removes it removes the fear. And I think that that's so important. And like, Don said, I think you're helping someone right now. There is there. Is someone listening this show right now, Right? Lex that is hearing their story, and your story was without a doubt that through it. And they you know, and the one thing I like to say. You don't have to be ashamed of being this way. Because a lot of ways Ah, people with my condition they're smarter. Did a lot of people think if I understand it seems to affect people that are more intelligent. Sometimes. You know, I could have a smarty. Yeah, well, you've proven that over and over for us, do you think it added a level of compassion that you wouldn't have had otherwise, Lis? I really do because When you're sensitive to your own needs, you run. You're more sensitive to other people's needs painting with. Oh, that's I'm going to put that right right. That all banner right there so well is thank you. I mean, Wow, we owe you a big thanks today for this great conversation. Stay cool. Don't go. I don't go outside list because again, it's 400 degrees outside, So I believe it And I'm not going any place. You guys taste They say it's too and daycare. We will. We'll talk to you next week. Lis Lis, another lorry and Julia moment Pokemon Go has been a popular mobile game since 2016. Based on characters that have been a thing since 1995. Can you name a Pokemon care? Forgot safe? The squirrels, Skidmore, Glory and.
"lis lis" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"This is Rosa v Hernandez like many people. She had really tried to be careful, but she let her guard down, and she got sick and was very close to having to have a breathing tube yesterday. People are not taking it seriously. They're like Oh my God I've met a party hardy. Bars I beach. I've got gotTA believe, out. Really like never before. Lis Lis. Lis. Having. Isolated myself from everybody. Except one family. The family across the street. When you're seeing that home, you're isolated. There's better management. But. Our governor. Along with the president. So we got screwed. What fighting to to worse for number? One is a copy virus mortimer through stupidity, because there are some people out of a just really. I don't know how the life a lot of people are gonNA die. Being ignorant and ignorance is never defense, so they're gonNA die so and they're going to be made the example for the rest of the catch. Well if they don't take this series, they're gonNA die point blank and they're gonNA. Get Sick, and it's going to be bad. Bitch from just put it. I, don't have enough bet. You win died I mean it's simpler. There is no more Mister Nice Guy. No more please onto the. If you go out this you lie to. Recap. Of Dying. Or killing somebody. HOUSTON,.
"lis lis" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Our first fritos. Bruno Feed Association for exercising religion allows us to what we're doing right now. Which is together about? And to decide for ourselves, what is true? What is fact and what we believe about God? In the things that are most important to us. Essential question, the left wants to tear down at young. They want to tell you how to you. Can you think that's why cancel? Culture is important as what in recent history so horns now that you don't want to actually her brass and create a more perfect union, so mine tweet was going exactly against everything they will wishes to stay. I'm standing up for the true Christianity for true that true actually exists. The will not an upholstered society that goes an Forbe's the foundation of everything that they arguably against and that and Shaun King Lear wild lives matter. He saw that leap and his response that was low. She's only defending the whiteness that will help. Me Near it's just like big news media and they're trying to cancel all the good principles of. Because they are pushing ideology and that's askin. We'll talk about just the modern felony, or why many statues or why were prolifer meetings? Chocolate shoots, we understand is conservatives are actually issued are grounded in truth, the rounded in a comprehensive worldview that says we're all created equal that genuine equality only crock from an accurate. View that we are all humidity's made in the image of God that century Christianity and not for the left is transferred. I agree and I think the value of the president in the culture war president trump is he just doesn't back down in a couple of interviews. I did on Fox years ago. They asked me you know why it is. Some derivative of wide is the wider president trump Dr Phil left so mad and I said because they're used to the cookie. Connor. Republican and the cookie cutter Republican was this. The Democrats would accuse you being a racist for some comment that had ninety nine point nine percent. She has nothing to do with race at all. No less racism. The? Republican would flee in horror. Even though it was a completely fabricated made up, charge would run to the New York Times Beg Forgiveness and apologize. Geno that's real power. That's power to do that. To be able to subjugate people like that to your wims based on nothing more than an assertion. That's untrue. You're a racist I apologize. That's what they do I mean. That's just how they were president. Trump doesn't do that. When they accused him of things that aren't true like my gosh. She's a racist despite this. Seemingly positive assertion. There so sure about it I mean positive. Positive negative, but they're so sure about. No one ever mentioned that before you ran for office. He just doesn't accept any bashes right through it. So where's there used to apologizing? And they've kind of accommodated themselves to that? They're not willing to accept this new model of a Republican. That just says now that we're not going to do that because I'm not a racist, you're making. Making that up. You're a liar and a matter of fact, a matter of fact, I'm turning around and you. You guys are the fake news and I'm GonNa make the story about you instead. Would you agree like he's the bull in the China shop and that's what has them so afraid if they can't get this guy under control via the election or getting rid of them. One hundred percent twenty eight news media is relentlessly. Because, he won't apologize any turn. He's giving conservatives and more bold voice that we need to stand up and say no I'm not gonNA. College is for the way that I look or you know how I was born I'm not going to apologize categorically, and you submit your false narrative I'm willing to stand up for the truth that he's giving I. Think Conservatives were Ernie certainly the boldness to stand up her truth and just say no. The premise of war attack is fundamental. Fundamental false and we haven't seen nine a president since Ronald Reagan to stand up and saying no your raw I su- they hate him viscerally for that, because they can't not here in the ways that they've always been able to attack Republicans and make us retreat into the corner and apologize say no, and he'll just stay out of our churches will be now the rest. Just please please. Saturday search will president. Trump doesn't beg from using sake. Please Lis Lis. He said. And I'm moving for an arrogant, young, offensive and taking background I'm not just going to sound I'm not going to retreat. Actually take around for a founding principles announced why they need it, and that's why this election is so incredibly important, and why not just say well I'm GonNa Joe Biden. It's kind of moderate knows not everything that he scans Earning, those are the extremist near the defunding the least theories, Marxist ideological. That are out there. That want to hear me off. Freedom and Liberty President trump stands for America proudly. He seems or the flag. He stands for liberty and freedom in. Ask The contrast of what this election is all about. Well, this is a long. Would you agree Paul? We. Like Geno we usually go a half hour. A couple more questions you've been generous with you thought I gotta get to this. Yeah. This is great, I mean that's what I like about long-form interviews. We just get to go on topics. We don't necessarily have to stick to a script I've just a quick one here in a while. Wrap it up with the latest foreign policy hoax being imposed upon us by the fake news. What do you think the state of the GOP is I have to tell you I saw. We're taping this by the. The way on..
"lis lis" Discussed on A Thousand Conversations, One Man
"Doesn't let in a way. You guys are done so the law even what islands in second chess when bill also express your sadness at the brickell and share some good things about science together. Build up with us if you have been done before, you know how it feels, you know how crazy it is to be done. While you soften the blow up, blow elites by sharing some who hangs you guys shared began say. To be better person that Miata Cook taught me to leave more. You taught me out crack more joke. He taught me how to be funny. No way now you seen all of that is kind of positive. It makes sense in the sense that you wants to make the other person few. They had a positive impact on your life. Despite the relationship ended, you may also say something like I had hoped for Austin grow old to get an iron. Sad that it's not happen issues I share some of your partners hearts. And Brooklyn homes knows you walking up to the person or the guy or Gal and saying hey, it's over with. Are you in sharing with? You feel remorse. person will be shattered the Gill or the guy you'll be shut up. No COP. Avoid turning the person into the bad guy dies cemetery something. If you guys have breaking up in, ask the reality by in tally. By Guy'd. Come on for his perfect. You are forced to Antonio ex-partner in into an Evil Figo is not helpful outsource so I know there may be done. Some bad things cheat seen. Human sewage so pets are to resolve your feelings around what the deed rather than would. They are also give yourself time grief, even if you are doin' breaking, there would be appeared of how drake sadness and pain. We allies that you also need to adjust to your new situation. Surround yourself with people you love. Themes that make you happy. I remember crying fit inside his. Own break up really really really really tire- tiring in depressing, so just surround yourself with people that could or that gun applets your spirits also. Someone. Want them. There is no pain free wait to break up. We all know that's when you have rekindled. Knee is ending as any pain premiums yet. There is no history way to break off now when you're listening to all of this thinking if it's the right way in a wade's is like. Emotional way raking of life more professional way there was. A, more professional will break, but let me say right away in reality. There's no rights with our best with break-up. Every relationship is different, and every person in a relationship is different, so it's up to you to consider the personality needs and Phillies your. You have to consider all of this out. Really no person. Out. Of the break of that person I for me, personally raking up with me well, I might might do out Gavitt beginning, but I'm sure. You sat looking for about I'm going to just super angry about all of it, so you to consider the person and he doesn't shake. There was no rights way. To of, but I hope this tips and help you to break up much. More rights we know. Does you quality personality Second Person Hey? Boo is over. Don't do that. Now? So the big announcement. Okay I will be taking a break of the show for whites. While guess, a woman to walk on motion of this podcast, owners put of all over the world, and no I believe in God i. Trust is processes. happened. Gray so I wonder podcast to. You know lie is podcast to become big, and with the help with you guys listening and almost might go my friends who are really close to me or outside as this Lis Lis. Push podcast, world people around you let the bridges lost still people every time, but my podcast code under strenuous Boise Violets Apple podcasts listen Google catalyst in on break. I listen on Ankle. In touch with on Google. You would see that into. Just listen to its these. Before focusing on promotion. Next two three months when I come back. More fire by. The love getting a love when we come back to the show. So, please guys do follow me on Instagram. The full immune tweet that. 'EM Baby face on the school also if you enjoy this episode. Send me the. Is the ground on twitter. l., even also send me mill. Thousand Conversations one man team. That's come. Compensations One man! Does Come Moon reply you. Share what you want to share with me? I'm going to open my here as all of you. Thank y'all will be of my journey. Thank you off Williston you if most of my rains thank you for listening I. Really Respect. You guys you. Guys are the best for my new business. Lewis you and please please do. Push my podcast to rest of your friends and everyone in no, thank you God! Bless you. Stay. Save beautiful stayed less..
"lis lis" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald
"Incredible that I was moving up on my own people say. Let's see the problem. Is that women are afraid. Because what am I GONNA do? I have no pay or you know he's not going to be able to survive without make. Trust me the good Lord will take care of you. You just gotTa do something it will happen. You're the subject that you're talking about is is near and dear to my heart to because once upon a time in my prior vocation for twenty five years in senior management the last position. I had off because I've worked with various populations of people in need but it was women and children fleeing domestic violence and So you know what you're saying so crucially important because a lot of the women who were fleeing their partners in their abusive relationships with or without their children in many cases English was not their first or second language. They had no access to money so they had no Documentation no health cards. No nothing on their person and in many cases didn't even have a a high school diploma like they had nothing They were so so Predominantly dependent upon the abuser and that was part of the reluctance for having departed the relationship sooner when it was already initially warranted up eight because it was those types of fears and those types of situations and circumstances that ran through their mind. It's like how am I ever GonNa Function? How may ever GonNa Reinvent Myself? Well when it comes down to safety which is first and foremost you know. There's always an answer. There's always gonNA be resources. There's always going to be somebody. Who's going to help? Navigate you in the direction to get your needs filled on. But that's never gonNA happen if you die at the hands of your partner which is always a possibility. We know that happens more often than it should so I just want to applaud you once again Laura because you had so many things working against you your whole self dialogue could've talked you out of Departing situations or even not embracing forgiveness. I mean who would you be today? Had you not braced forgiveness or had not. You're exactly with the here and rate sadly to say I probably wouldn't be here because I know what I I know what I was going through. I know what I fell and it was unbearable. The pain was unbearable. I mean the I couldn't breathe properly. I mean it was just an I just gotta say. I thank my ex- mother-in-law and I and I think my mother in heaven who I believe you know was heart of this and I and I believe that God gave me that chance and you know and I believe that he's given me all these challenges so I could be that voice today and as you said because so many people you know. Don't don't turn out that well sometimes a lot of people. Everybody's medicated today. And I I've always refused be medicated. Adult believe in it for myself. I believe that our our our our our mind is waste longer than having a medication and it just anytime I try to be careful with my words but when I asked when people were Fred. Tell me that they're medicated. Unlike fleas can you just try this for thirty days? Just yet take thirty days. I promise I promise it'll change. It'll make a difference. The problem is everybody wants things now so they don't sticks through. Oh but I tried meditating. For How Long A? Week will no you gotTa keep you yet? My ex- mother-in-law introduced me to a new meditation this past December and now I've been avid meditators. Since the nineties I learned at to forgive and But this meditation is taking me to a completely different level and so. I HAVEN'T MISSED ONE DAY. I go morning and night. It's twenty minutes in the morning 21-minute that night. Whatever it is it is legally again changing my life because it's bringing me closer towards my My my sole purpose and not the passion that I have in helping people so the war store to places like doing this podcast on your show doing a TV show over there. The more people I can get in front of the more people I know. I'm going to help and that only the only thing I want whether it's paid or not paid I just want to help people and because the suffering is just too much at light in bed with crystals in my hand with prayers. Begging Begging Lis Lis out me is not something I wanna hear. People are doing in their beds right right well and you said something there. That was quite key around medication and I can understand. You wanted to tread lightly because there are people who would be tuned into the show who may in fact be on medication and there's different schools of thought with any subject matter that bring to the airwaves between myself and my guest of each week But the one thing is to yes. I mean T- to catapult True growth true expansion and and to infiltrate clarity to be possible. You can't do it in a my numb state right and I think that's where you're coming from too because a lot of people whether it's addictions based on alcohol sacks Gambling whatever the addiction or the affliction might be. It's it's not because people want to numb themselves necessarily it's because it just can't continuously endure the pain. But you do have to go if you really want to get out from underneath that you've got to feel the pain you've you really do have to feel the pain but you can still lighten the load of thought by getting assistance either through a therapist or a gratitude journal or You know like a support group on there. I mean there's a whole we live in twenty twenty so resources are abound plentiful. They're out there You know we live in the the day and age of education and awareness. So unless you're committed to putting your head in the ground and still living. In a state of denial. The resources do exist. Do absolutely so Laura I wanna give you an opportunity for the benefit of the listeners in the podcast subscribers and for anybody else who might be tuning in who's completely inspired by you and sees you as a good fit for their media outlets their platforms or they wanted you to be a speaker on their stage or they want to read your books. How can people connect with you? Where can people by your box Sure so I mean. My book is available on Amazon. It's called breaking barriers. And those that are baseball fans todd. Stottlemyre fire Who IS T- Blue Jays? Pitcher wrote my forward but in how Amazon any different country. Yeah it's exciting He's an incredible human and So yeah you can go to Amazon. My website has a lot of information. I keep adding to it And that is. Www Mora L. A. U. R. A. Lese A. B. O. L. E. S. C. DOT COM. And you can Go on my website. You can Message me through there. There's lots of Places that I've One of the interviews from the health in women is there Other interviews that I've been on on. Tv shows lots of information on my website. Instagram facebook. I'm Laura Avalon everything. If you just Google that you'll find me and would love to connect. I would love to anybody that is listening in has a platform that I can share my message. Please call me your show. And if people want to reach out to you in the capacity of you being there realtor. Is there a different alternative contact information associated with that? Yes that would be Laura B. Lock and the last name is B. As in Bob I e L. AK and again if you google that name I'm I'm all over Google You'll find me and so I mean you unpacked a lot of I mean everything that we talked about here was a wealth of knowledge. It was educational. It was inspirational. It was transformational. But if there was one specific takeaway or breakthrough that you would hope would most penetrate and resonate with the listening audience in the podcast subscribers. What out of all that you've said or have not as of yet said would you want to impress upon the listening audience. I'm GonNa keep saying what I continue to say is forgiveness whether it's the guy. Cut You off across the driving your car this morning or whether it's to forgive yourself That is probably the one of the biggest gifts you can give yourself so. There's two things that a meditation. Those two things are extremely extremely life. Changing if you don't do anything else but even just to start meditating The forgiveness will come through that as well. Just those two things honestly will definitely change.
"lis lis" Discussed on The Falcoholic
"Is officially underway. The twenty twenty season has begun. It started Wednesday the eighteenth at four. Pm That's when contracts get signed a vets win. A lot of the news really started pouring in even though we've already heard a lot of rumors and suggestions of things going on. So I am here. With the deluge of writers from the Alcohol Dot Com to talk about a lot of the stuff that has transpired since the last five cast came out. Because yes that when podcast was not enough to capture everything. So I'm going to go through the guys. The in the the special guest is joining us. Today I'm GonNa Start with her because it's been a while she's my pal. She is my co pilot on the normal alcohol at podcasts of doing this for three years and I'm glad to have her back on. It's been a little while Gene Thomas. Gina. I'm so happy to have you back. Podcast David so happy to be back on the podcast especially with so many of our friends joining us today. This is fun. I'm really also joining us. Is My co pilot on the post? Game Podcast Evan Burchfield. Evan are you doing? I'm doing great tastic Eric. Robinson joins US I think you were on just a couple of weeks ago. So this is A. We're getting a lot of Eric in the short timeframe man I'm happy beyond will in that corona virus. Yeah Yeah we're not talking about the And also joining us. One of our other writers odd non each. Hey guys given how this quarantine is going. We'RE GONNA go to a point where we're just doing a podcast every single day just for the human contact the next podcast will be our favorite drink mixes last but not least. You've see his articles all the time at the site. None other than Corey Woodruff Corey. It's good to have you on man. How they how they get along with. Everybody awesome all right. We've got quite the career we're gonNA jump straight into it I'M GONNA start with before we jumped into the biggest news because I feel like we need to save. Let that breathe a little bit of the Fans WanNa hear our takes on the big signing. I want to start with. Where some of the Falcons recent Free agents were recent cuts have landed a we now know that Vic Beasley has joined the Tennessee. Titans I believe. Correct me if I'm wrong. It's a one year deal a little under ten million nine point three million something like that. Little bit of approve deal. Looks like even though the the dollar pretty significant So he he's landed somewhere pretty quickly thoughts. Anyone jump in your thoughts and Beasley joining the titans. Good riddance man. I was waiting for that. He said I thought that was one thought. Thank you eric. Vick Lis Lis made a lot of money for someone who had one good season in his career. May I wish I was a pass rusher? There are a lot of quarterbacks that have done that to be fair. I running 'cause he was two years now hell have made twenty two million dollars man. That's a lot on like prove it years where people just keep giving him money every year. Next year I'll make ten million again after getting like five sacks has pass rushers just make that kind of money on the Mark IV sex in the last three games if do just enough before the end of the season said get up to get paid then is Vic Beasley the Sam Baker Pass rushers. Oh God I would do that. Sam Influencing Baker sucked. That'd be a nice as he bounces in. He bounces back in a place where I think it can help them know. Of course his head coach is Mike. Variable so that would definitely in mind well. I can't really say that because we all thought that having a head coach like Dan Quinn will help them meet a black. I don't know if this is going to be a situation where he takes advantage of it because he's on a one year deal at this in his career. Which if you look at it a player of his age getting one year deal. He's not that far from the exit or the NFL right guys. Get three four five long-term deals so it this is the this is one opportunity drops the ball here may not get another chance Now there's going to be much not is going to be expected from him very much tennis but we'll see how it does but I'm just glad he's not in Orlando and I just WanNa say. One thing Falcons fan should be rooting for Vic Beasley to be very good next year because ideal can be pushed up to twelve million dollars in. Correct me if I'm wrong. But that could be the difference between a fifth round fake fourth round pick content for the food. Yep Yep Yep so root for Vic Beasley to hit on those incentives to make that twelve million Viggo. Get your money man. I was just kidding. Go go out there and ball out. Gina Corey guys are little bit quiet. Got Any thoughts vic I I mean I definitely think that the one year deal thing is probably the most important context here you know. I think that's Beasley as pruitt situation. He's had one year of really consistent production and even that wasn't really consistent production because you know he had a multi fat game against the broncos that sort of stack is numbers and two thousand sixteen. So He is a very nice guy he is a person that I will always wish well And I hope that it does go well for him in Tennessee but yeah it it is I think that you know if it doesn't that is probably GonNa be the last that we see Vicki Slam this league corey. You're into the sea whether you think do you think funny. I have a lot of friends that are titans fans in when they were kind of like poking me a little bit to see what I thought I was like. You know it's fine. You know it's okay to add some context. It's a bit mind numbing to me that they traded giral Casey in salary dump move today for a seventh round big for the Broncos and he was counting around eleven. Twelve me on the cap in Tennessee has vic beasley potentially May with incentives on the CAP. Which is they're not comparable at all anything that Jiro case. He's very good still is even in his thirties. Beasley as wide league inconsistent. Sometimes he plays pretty well sometimes. He's basically nonexistent so Again nothing underscore. Everyone's cinema that he's a very good person. And you know you always like secret. People be successful in my so from a human standpoint. I'm happy for him. Nothing With the titans he's GonNa be a very opportunistic scheme for him. I think the titans are. They lost bs some curious how they're going to translate defensively but I mean it's a good situation for him. They don't need them to be the main guy earlier there but at the same time he probably will start for. Tennessee drafted pass rusher so or if they signed somebody else so I think it's a good opportunity for him to get things back on track but again like everyone said that have to do that because his time in Atlanta was always very uneven. As I feel like you're being very generous but That's what we about to all right actually Corey dropped into our chat right before we jumped onto this podcast. Any his news from Jordan. Scholz that desma true font is signing with the Detroit Lions and. Apparently the deal is going to be for two years. Twenty one million total fourteen million guaranteed SA- thoughts on troop on. I was out you know. I'll start here because I was not a big fan of this cut. I understand the need for dollars freed up. I thought they could have kept him on for one more year. Instead of letting him go this year they could have cut him more going into twenty twenty one so this this cut was a little surprising to me and now seeing the getting it looks like a. I think the lions are getting a good player for probably a little below market value true funds. Still a top corner a top ten year starting corner in this league when he's healthy so put that out there thoughts on true font landing with alliance mean. I think this is going to play in what they do. At third overall but when it comes to true landing with the lions nothing's good signing them. I get I get the fans frustration or the confused at the very least when it comes to cutting him but I also understand what the team is probably doing. Because this this is a move that it was either. GonNa Happen this off season or next off season and I thought he would have got one more year. But didn't but this you know they're they're moving forward with. I think his departure also has something to do with the team's confidence in Joe. Whitt junior the new secondary coach Because you know you would want for young coats like that you WanNa have as many better as possible. But he's being given a young group at cornerback of mold and again I think it's somewhat of a confidence boost to him because they believe he can do. That gets a responsible so Best wishes to chew on things going to be great in Detroit. They got themselves a nice little corner. Paired with air is slow and what else chime in on you go ahead I refuse. No okay now. It's I'm still kind of shell shocked by this move. I thought that We were about a year away from parting ways with true fund just because of the salary cap implications. Guess Post June. I will free us our free up around ten million dollars cap space which will help sign the free agent class. But I'm happy for truth. Man He came in. He was a very good first round pick. I played through his second contract with the team. And when you draft someone. You reasonable expectation. Is You draw. Confers rookie contract and if he gets through a second contract than you know. That's just the Cherry on top of the Sunday. I think that losing him opens the door a lot. More for first round corner in the draft are the very least in the second round. Something that has been mocked to the Falcons for auto. It feels like a decade. They just Marcus Matt but this year may actually happen so you know even a broken clock is right twice a day so you know there there we go but you know. I'm happy for him. I think he's still a very good cornerback. He had some injuries struggles but remember last year. Even through nine games had a career high in interceptions. Yeah he's like he's finally learning how to catch the ball which is something that we criticize them for over But you know I think I think this is a very good contract lines as well. Two years. True Fund is what Twenty eight twenty nine years old? I think he'll play. He'll be in Detroit throughout the entire contract and then he'll set himself up for maybe one more good pay day before the end of his career which is a good thing to see Jim. Yeah I agree with all of that one of the things that I always feel compelled to defend true. Fon a little bit When the pass rushes as bad as it has been in Atlanta over? I mean the past. John Abraham left basically It's very hard for for cornerbacks to effectively cover. If they're having the cover for ten to twelve seconds on every passing I mean it's just completely insane and so.
"lis lis" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"On this January eighth I Wednesday morning Second Day of the session in my peeler resumed session. The second half of the Biennium The Vermont legislature lots. It's a stuff going on there. I want to mention that I will be over in wipe helier on Friday morning Broadcasting live from our usual spot right outside the statehouse cafeteria correa. I'm already busy trying to line up some legislators to stop by and chat with us about what they're working on as the Nineteen Nineteen nineteen twenty. Any excuse me the two thousand nineteen. I'll get my numbers right. which century are we? Are we in Dana. which millennium can you help me out here? Okay Dave we've Hey I know I'm getting old and everything but I was not alive. Don't worry in Nineteen nineteen or nineteen twenty twenty t twenty nineteen twenty twenty The the session of the legislature enters. Its second half. This week is started yesterday and as I was trying to say we are going to be there on Friday broadcasting live from the State House Catching up with goings on in my earlier. So looking forward to that Meanwhile back to our Wednesday morning show here on January eighth and Blee we have Bob Ney on on the line with us this morning. Good Morning Bob thank good morning Dave. Hey we were talking the other day and you were reminding me that you were You have had experience experience in Iran. Tell tell us what. Tell me your tell us what you were doing over there. How long you were there and Talk a little bit about that. Sure my my sister took in a Younger child from Iran and he came over and so I ended up Learning Farsi and then at Ohio state. We had three thousand five hundred Dirani and students and some some of my roommates. Where Ron in? So when I graduated I had a teaching degree. Couldn't find a job here in America so I flew to check on and got a job and I it was wonderful. I taught Iranians English It was great and about a month after I arrived There were The Beginnings of the Revolution it was nineteen seventy eight so I stayed as long as I could. And then finally our schools were closed etcetera uh-huh and around July or August of seventy eight. I had I was forced to leave Iran so It was interesting because that was part of my life and then later later in my life what ends up happening I get Congress. And then I also had a role with Predominantly Congressman. Dick Snyder a democratic member from Arkansas but also lawn Paul Paul Everybody knows that name And Dennis Cassini and some others but fix neider in I in particular we were Part of a back channel for both the Clinton Administration Ernest ration- and the Bush administration sort of a back channel with Iran. On issues. Those those presidencies needed to Be Involved with or START I I've heard that term backchannel many times but I'm I'm still a little hazy. How does that work? What are you actually do? If you're part of a back channel well most of it's done in secret Let me give you the best example because you know the foreign ministers wreath WHO's the head guy? Now you know maybe the tweets Job At cerise well at one point in time When the Iraq war started there was a private deal with is the reef who was then bathroom at the United Nations and he he talked the Ayatollah Khamenei the supreme leader into a deal and what America was asking was when we went to the Iraq war if our pilots are planes were shot down? We'll you get medical care to the pilots if they if they are shot down landed in Iranian soil. Can you give medical medical care to them. Return them in the equipment to US and Iranian said. Yes it's a big deal. Wow Well somebody in the State Department that deprived idea it to sabotage deal which they did so We've got a call from the White House secretary. Say It's all the same Lis Lis. Can you go to New York. Congressman Snyder Democrat and myself linked to New York sat with a job as a wreath at about two or three hours and the deal was back back on. That was in the paper that that's a fact channel Tail Seattle and Albright and I went to the United Nations And we stood up and we're recognize nice when the new president comedy was. They're the best one in and you'll get a kick out of this when the speaker of parliament. Karrubi is walking through the Metropolitan Malta. Museum of art in New York at the time. This is years back and Arlen Specter Senator And.
"lis lis" Discussed on Unravel True Crime
"Uh-huh so this recording is a is there an option to it is afterwards SORTA taste. Surely these no bid a subject than yourself so it's it's one or two sentences to describe how I am. Yeah I M A K we Mayo Light Thirties probably probably quite typical trying to pay the mortgage and all the bills and look after his Yvonne be so I can't on the process I guess my brother Greg is typical in lots of ways. He'd be happy with the team. Dole a hiccup short-back-and-sides but he definitely has his quirks like he'll read a street map of a foreign city before bad luck. It's a novel the other thing to know about grigg that partly got us into all of this is that he loves everything to do with America is a tune for the people interested in Europe. Which is your filed? I think was an American file so like one night recently. I was brushing my teeth. You've got a surprise show Intel Greg. You've just come out and shown something. What are you got here to to use and I'm told the quite rare and lucky for the I think it's the North Koreans. That's me now. US whole thing starts when Greg went off on his Oei Beck in two thousand and six in New Zealand. You're only or overseas. Experience is kind of like a gap year off the school or Uni. It's way Kiwis live abroad. Drink foreign beer and have people laugh at us for the different words. We have for stuff like Chilean. That's an Isky if you're in Australia or I cool box pretty much anywhere else chill even anyway as a key we it was easier for Greg to work in the UK then in the US so he put his American dreams on hold and sit himself up in London one night he was at a House party wearing his favourite American football style jacket that makes them look like a high school jock so he's wandering through the potty he sticks outside to a courtyard in his ears. Perko North American accents since used to catch. My attention in the corner of the courtyard is a woman with long dark here smoking a cigarette. She's leading a conversation with the confidence. It's just losing out of her. Will it's throw in the Kim. Kardashian look alike sophisticated female operative ready to May as well fed sophistication might have been to do with her being fair older than Greg Leslie was late thirties. Greg was mid twenties griggs not a smoker but he thought he had smart he wanted to talk and so we met Lesley as they headed in the dimly lit courtyard courtyard greg started to see the world literally was more likes the concept of America's. You know it's the biggest economy continental will they do actually matters to most people on the planet of never heard of another guy describing being attracted to a girl because of the size sir economy but that's my brother. You know if you're interested in politics. They are reciprocal but a late two ago. You made it a house patty. Though isn't it well. I guess that's how naive I was greg was also taken in by Lis Lis wild story about why she was in London so it originally was to escape from Hawaii because some bad people in Hawaii were trying to attack you you know 'cause that fraud here and we're trying to do bad stuff too and his mom and dad sent her to Europe to escape them. Legally would tell everyone some version of the story. I actually heard it myself. It went like this before she was in London and Leslie owned. The coolest Bar Restaurant and nightclub on the island of Maui and Hawaii the by was called the breakwater. Things are going well until one day. Liz Lee called the he'd security guard dealing drugs out of the back entrance when she confronted him. He told her he planned to keep selling drugs. She shouldn't try to stop them from their things deteriorated with the locals like the `electricity got cut off at the restaurant through cousin. Catala company lease it at all culminated one night when she was at harm hearing people breaking in she hid under the bed from there she saw the head of security with some other guys come in carrying sugarcane knives while they looked for her. They were talking about burying her in the fields. What's she was lucky though they didn't look under the bed as soon as they lift Liz Lee went to the airport her dad charter charter a plane and she escaped to Europe.
"lis lis" Discussed on Unravel True Crime
"We were hitting is about three and a half hours north west of L. A. driving into wine country these vineyards and boost up baby boomers everywhere it was only four years after his lift my brother Greg and the failing dragonfly indeed when she popped up here and perils running another another restaurant. This one was called phenomenal. That's phenomenal with an F. A. Review of Lis Lis. New ristorante appeared on travel dot com. The whole phenomenal concept was extremely well thought out and executed by owner Leslie Manoukian Sir Prior Experience of owning and operating Burger bar in Lake Tahoe California cuisine fishing steak restaurant in Maui and an artsy breakfast cafe in New Zealand taught her what is required to launch a successful business in the food and wine space that and eating and forty-seven countries and seven years. That's only a bit cheeky literally telling people about her successful biles untie her Hawaii and now an artsy breakfast cafe innings it lucky the journalists who wrote that didn't check any references so his another grant ardent and another hospitality business and maybe this time things turned out differently before we came to pass a robles. I tracked down the people involved with this restaurant and it sounds macy the drive through Perro the the streets a really really wide the houses look like they may have leaguer and that they have a tiny little stoop in the role perfectly trimmed and painted hello. We're right to pack this monstrosity city of heroin. This is the real owner of that restaurant phenomenal. He's happy to talk but I've changed his name to Cameron Person. He doesn't want to have any more personal or professional impact from what happened to thank you for having us. He's a business guy engineering background ground big built. He's got Greg. Cody Cameron invited Salmon. I round to his really Nice House. It's on a hill with view of trees and other villas in the neighborhood to get up to his front door. We climb a staircase through terraced garden. It's a blue sky day. Is it always like this pretty much so we're sitting out on the balcony. Cameron sees that when he first met Leslie he'd just been through a divorce when he was having dinner with his mom and Liz Lee was they whiter. She seemed to indicate indicate. She was worldly adventurous and wanted to have the zest for life and just enjoy life so they start dating. They aren't either a few months. When things jumps to the next level and next thing I know she was just there are a lot more and she's like well. Hey you shouldn't be paying rent when I'm here a lot anyway so I'll just move in and it was just kind the happened. It wasn't like a discussion it just kind of kind of unfolded. Cameron was okay with it though he thought it'd be fun too heavily around and it sounds like he was righ- Cameron's friends remember Leslie Joining Kerr. We instantly became friends and she was easy to talk to. She was interesting cresting and interested in everyone. I mean it was just so so easy to get along and she always had fun things you yeah she always came up with fun things to do and you definitely had the sense that she's like came from money but another. Cameron's friends spoke to Ricans Leslie Liz. Lee Wasn't his usual. She seemed very nice. I did think that was a nod. Match didn't seem his his typical cup of not for a for a relationship in a very outgoing I just different differences even in her appearance. She's loud. She has you know large hair long nails painted so. I think that it was an out of character relationship for him. Cameron's might optimally sore and Leslie as Louis. How did she get over on you. How did this happen and he basically said. When I got home there was a bomb load a Martini and a blow job and I I just didn't think about it and I just said yes. I side.
"lis lis" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Kyle done again with Gina grad on news fall, Brian on sound effects and we play the celebrity dating game. And now. Never grad and barely adad. Yeah. Get it on got to get it on a choice of remembering to get along. We we know. Lis lis lis. Yeah. Man. What's going on? Gina grad don't harsh my buzz and bald. Brian, what's up pussies his natch? Singing. Tell Joe forgetting. Hey, I'm going to start singing, because, you know me like I'm all about water safety MAC yard, pools, and streams, ponds any bodies of water out of water safety Corollas, and we're getting right into the summer. I mean, my kids are getting off school and like four days, by the way, so you can finally enjoy life a leisure. Yeah. Relax LA unified, more homework mission not accomplished in that when I was on his age. And I was in the seventh grade I was counting days like a prisoner devil's island off things like when I catch that barge back to the mainland. You probably not creating a interesting fund invigorating environment. If you're everyday see my son's four or day. Four more for more than about out. I'm out four days like every accounting, he's like Merton lethal weapon. Today's orienting the day role for this shit. Yeah. It's not probably means haven't created environment that they're looking forward to going back, that was no different when I was going to school, thirty forty years ago and exact same position. I just saw movie twenty two hours ago book smart. And if you heard about this mood, I've heard. Very Hollywood, ninety seven percents tomatoes centers allot around that last day of school, and it's a party in the hallway as the day of graduation. It's all that stuff and I'd forgotten like. Oh, yeah. It's, it's very loosey goosey on that last day you are. You're turning in books their dogs running wild. I mean, the teachers can't control that point you barely holding them back. I wanna think Castrol challenge cash allege, we'll do casual channels question, geiko dot com and for this show and Jay well as well. Some. I think Matt so I was talking to Dr drew talking to drew about those going to bring oh, about the safety on safety water safe. So it's, it's the summer is here. And a lot of kids going to be playing in the backyard pool. And I remember song that I haven't song a long time, but I remember it from being nine years old and trapped in front of it, black and white TV set with no swimming pool. Sweltering in the San Fernando Valley, and.
"lis lis" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Trump can look at article four section for the constitution where he actually. What will have to do is declare an emergency. And then have a friendly person file a lawsuit in a friendly jurisdiction right away. So that way doesn't go to the ninth circuit where we will lose. It'll be sitting there forever. And we won't go nowhere. But the article four section four insures the US government can protect the several states from from foreign invasion, and that's. The Dow would obviously be California New Mexico. Arizona. In texas. And it is a foreign invasion. I mean, ten thousand one hundred people have gotten to the border and are trying to get in or on their way up to the border. So it is. Eight hundred two eight eight WBZ is our number. Let's go to guy in Fort Worth. You're live on WBZ AP. Hello guy. Hey, chris. I started off saying I was just like one of those people who who thought that you know, we should just shut down the government until we get what we want. And I think come in to reality. Now that just like Trump probably as is that we find out how backwards the government is right? We got people who are non essential air traffic controllers airport security coast guard, and we got politicians who are essential things backwards. Yes, you're right. Good point. And I think Trump found out that himself and now they're having to probably look at what they can do next. I also think they're going to have to do. The emergency emergency emergency. I'll see I'll say the emergency is now a lot more reasonable to pole with this with these, you know, trying from every angle, and if he doesn't get five point seven billion in three weeks, and by the way, I hope you'll you'll be as mad as I am if we get like if he gives us gets a morsel like a billion or two billion or three billion, you know, Cokie, we reach an agreement. We have three billion dollars or two point five. I am not going to be. I will be very disappointed. If he if he claims that a victory, would you? I agree. I would think he should stick to a guns or just you have to follow through all the way through and just like on the courts, right, although member if he goes with the courts like some people are saying there was a tweet that somebody sent out to me says Trump, declares national emergency for wall. Funding court Hawaii or California says no supreme court gets the case and within lines of human trafficking. Borders defined as national emergency Trump power Trump Tower on immigration legislation is stronger than ever. Yeah. Good luck. With that. What I'm seeing is that it'll get stopped at the ninth circuit court of appeals for Hawaii. And it won't go far further from there. However, as I mentioned, if he does the the angle that towards about who's which was which is from a buddy of mine, who's a blogger constitutional guy from he Eric Erickson, he's been on CNN, FOX contributor and and such used to fill in for me actually regularly. But he said that's the one where he can do it. If it's article four section for protecting states from foreign invasion because the courts don't wanna question they will not question the commander in chief determination that there's a foreign threat. So. You know, my buddies, very smart and comes up with some good ideas. But the problem is the person doesn't seem to listen to him too often know what I've noticed. The other tracks tracks or. Strategies may not work maybe shutdown languish the court. So that's the issue with that. Let's go to Matt in Arlington. You're live on WBZ AP. Hello map get evening. Chris. Nice to get to talk to you again. If you need some cheering up tonight. Don't I do? I mean, you're the master sarcasm Chris come on you're trying to you're trying to drag me out. I wanna slap a not on your. I appreciate this. You're making me smile tonight. Thank you. Here we go. Okay. I said this was active duty your screener because we're we're about to see in the next three weeks. We we add a deadline for it's gonna be a pants down for shimmer and Pelosi. We're gonna watch it happen over the next three weeks. We got a front row seat. What if we don't? I hope I got this afternoon. But then I'm like every time I felt like that in this whole thing that I've gotten anything. Stay tuned. There's good news. I need sixty seconds. All right. The good news is that he's held his ground longest shutdown in history. And he can blame it on them. He brings them back together. This is ridiculous. Need to be paid. We need to get on. We're gonna figure this out in three weeks or. Here comes out to he's got the state of the union to do and tomato case made the case and just pretty much do the pants down. Hurry. You wanna do Donald Trump's gonna do it? Donald Trump's way. I mean, I'm just ready to watch. It is this is going to school. Okay. You. Thirty seconds. I'm proud of you. Hold on a second. You're going to get Hercules. All that. Lis lis lis from Chris. I'm gonna gun from one more. All right. I want us to Hercules tonight. Can I say Hello to Rene in Keller? She thinks she's been on your show. I don't know if she has you could say, hi, you just did Matt. Thank you. You've worn out your Kelly's David in Houston. You live WBZ AP. I gotta tell you. I'm actually pretty south to hear a conservative talk show host callers. So I'm simply fasting it. I could not agree. More Nancy as you played President Trump like knowing who's played them before. I think he didn't have a plan. I think Jared Kushner side comedian, you didn't I.
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"Is a person of color, so he can be trusted. He's not one of those evil white old white men. You know, what I mean, those evil? Remember, we were warned about those evil old white men and and. Our friends in Georgia say, our democrat friends say that the democrat doesn't win in Georgia that communist socialist lady that. Hussein Obama spoke for pope respo- for Shias, and when it's stolen. Well, there was there was one vote one game for Democrats in one of the counties today one well. What was that number one county that was a game? So the count was there in one county, and he gave her the one vote get a democrat to one vote. Then exciting one vote one vote. It's like that. Oh, don't worry baby mamas. So prouty. Lis lis? So proud of my baby he got one more vote. Meanwhile in Broward because they were high fiving, and they were too. Isn't that great? I love it. That is a democrat. Right. You missed the deadline and you show up late and your hand handed it and you're so proud. No, it doesn't count. After you high five. Yeah. No, no, no. You actually it was actually a deadline. But what's a deadline? I'm supposed to get a ribbon for participation here. One of the guys leading the whole thing said, quote, I just worked my word offer nothing, but he said the word publicly. In bed. I'm going home. We need Mitchell classical test for who for Justice. Found they rally. Right. No justice. No peace. The guy that said I worked my word offer nothing with his two minutes late thing. Oh, by the way, if you want the the count, we've got we've got we captured a picture of the count- actually walking around with sneaky Snipes, the Broward County election official the woman's got that wild crazy hair that white hair. Right. That's amazing. Isn't it? She rolled out of bed. So he's walking around with her. And he's talking. He's showing you what how does count this stuff? He's he's explain your he's the professional consultant. That was brought and you can see that and share it with your friends tonight. Because this this crazy Florida stuff is still going on. That's what my Facebook page, Chris crock show on Facebook, Chris crock show, HRIS K R. Okay. Chris crock show, scroll down few posts. And and click and you'll enjoy it. But he said I love this like a good democrat. He had a very good excuse. You said he had a hard time guys. He had a hard time loading up the results because he wasn't familiar with the website..
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