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MLB-Best Rays Power Past White Sox; Glasnow Exits Early

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

MLB-Best Rays Power Past White Sox; Glasnow Exits Early

"Austin meadows Brandon Lowe and Randy arose arena all hit home runs as the rays defeated the white Sox five to to the game pitting the two teams with the best records in the major leagues Loewen arose arena hit solo shots while meadows was a two run blast that came in the first inning meadows anticipated a good battle we know it's gonna be a tie game and especially with you know the two top teams going at it we know that you know it's going to be you know game a few runs are you know one big error home run will you know do the job J. P. FireEye's and picked up the win in relief he improved to three and with lance Lynn now seven into suffering the loss the rays have won four straight while the white Sox saw their four game winning streak snapped David Shuster Chicago

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"loewen" Discussed on Disruptive Adventism

Disruptive Adventism

03:51 min | 8 months ago

"loewen" Discussed on Disruptive Adventism

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"loewen" Discussed on Disruptive Adventism

Disruptive Adventism

04:19 min | 8 months ago

"loewen" Discussed on Disruptive Adventism

"Because there's just all the stuff i wanted to share. And i think that because of that in a certain respect. I think that there are times. Where the sermon. Really really hit well. Because it was just packed with lots of thought but then there are other times. I think we're the sermon. Didn't hit very well because just because it's convoluted and you know didn't stay on a wasn't tight on track and So one of the one of the shifts. That i've seen in me Over the over. The the months that i've been doing this is that i feel lasts less sad about not including a certain illustration or are you know cutting different things Or you know taking out a section or it's not as painful. And i think part of that is that i know that i can talk about it on the podcast and saw still get a chance to to try it out and and you know tell people about it and talk about it or i know that. I'm gonna preach another sermon the next week and the week after that and that and you know. There's possibility that i'll i'll still get to share and and and use that so for me sort of i. I just i feel a little less urgent. And i feel like i can be more Ruthless in selective about what gets included and try to only share the best. And and i think for. Who's anyone who does any presentation at all. Like i think tighter shorter more precise is is always better then elongated and rambling. And i mean think about think about ted ted talks you know. Eighteen minutes I don't. I don't think i know any preachers that that do eighteen minutes. At least not in the protestant tradition. You know like it's it's we like for what especially in the avenue church. The sermon is the. It's the meal man. It's like the thing that people put so much emphasis on it. So you show up in speak for fifteen minutes and people feel like they got gypped but i think that that you know for anybody who who is whether they're speaking at a board meeting or doing a presentation at work or whatever like how how. How tight can you make it. How much can you collapse You know it's like writing. How how much can you collapse ideas and fought into ascendants. How can that sent. How can this paragraph become one sentence. And how can this sentence become one word. And how can how can you crush it. Down and distill it. I think it's a. It's a really good question. Ask ourselves right. and of course you know. People enjoy Long sermons are well-crafted as well short sermons. Our wealth craft that even though most people kind of follow the rule of you know if it's short end good. It is twice as good if it's short end. Bad at lisa was short. But it's long and if it's long and good you know well at least it was good but if it's long in bad well you know it's twice as bad you know it's stain always on the shorthand and making sure that is tightening as content of course it creates a better experience for the number now. i like to. I like for you to share. What are some of the frustrations that you have encountered in this process of creating sermons and sharing and you know being more vulnerable than usually passengers would be i. You know for me. A a lot of maybe. The biggest challenge is just been being consistent about it in nyc with the podcast..

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"loewen" Discussed on Disruptive Adventism

Disruptive Adventism

03:08 min | 8 months ago

"loewen" Discussed on Disruptive Adventism

"Presented by climate power education fund does big oil care about our streets flooding or our home burning not according to an exxon mobil top lobbyists. Did we aggressively bite against Some of the science. Yes you know. We were looking out for our shareholders. Take care about profits. Not people learn more at polluters dot exposed all right perfect so Tell me a little bit. More about yourself. where you from while you do now and Was your favorite thing about southern california. Yeah thanks good to be with you. I'm i'm like. I don't know how many generation of admiral pastor am but there's several generations behind me and i grew up in walla walla Walla walla university. Church was my home church where i was baptized into and grew up loving and appreciating that community and Yeah i had the opportunity to work in the northwest for thirteen years as a pastor and ten of those almost at the university church and wonderful Good memories and then in the last. I don't know like probably about a year ago. Now or a year ago in january Got the opportunity to sort of evaluate The possibility of making a change in my wife patient i we. we Felt called to move to southern california. So i'm pastoring as the lead pastor at the redlands administer ch- in redlands california. Which is i didn't know this but it's At the time when they call that new idea where redlands was but It's just up the road from loma linda. Maybe a couple of miles So as part of you know in the inland empire and yeah we're we're we're enjoying it. It's a new and crazy and fun and beautiful and doing well enjoying meeting new people and ministry new context and yeah life is good. That's awesome. I'm glad to hear that Do they were talking about your podcast and kind of like projects that you're doing and your podcast is called behind the sermon. Correct right in the sermon in the sermon. In no behind this behind this irving gave me. You're right. Yes so behind the sermon. And you know. Walk us through what you know what happened you know. Why did you decide to start this. Podcast yeah Well i I've been for thirteen years. Like i mentioned..

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"loewen" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:51 min | 9 months ago

"loewen" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Looks neat in itself a lot more dainty and very pretty this Vying does just not grow everywhere like crazy, And the best thing about it is that it blooms now and has been For a couple months. It blooms all through the winter, when other vines die eventually, of course, with a very wet, hard freeze. It's gonna die back, but it comes back every year. Sometimes it never does back it all. And right now I have continuous blooms from it. Even now, along with the pink passion flower bond that's protected little bit pop some arches. And these are flowers that go on during the winter. When you're And since you're comin double purple passion Flower vine as long long since blooming flowers, so definitely check that out a couple of the cool things to see on RJ Garden designs. And this is the oldest Uh, tree. On Earth. It is, um I'm gonna say this eight times older than the oldest man ever. Woz. It is a bristlecone pine and it's the pine. It's P I and us Long Garvey a good name for that Only in G A. B B a It is 4852 years old. It's the longest living species. Of really of anything on earth. Other than I believe there's a fun guy, a massive fungal in Europe or something that that is much older but is the oldest known living non colonial Organism on Earth. Had to go along with that. And by the way, when you see the picture of it, it looks about as gnarly and this twisted as you would think. Something that is 5000 years old. And to contrast that have a very dainty little tree. And it is the time it's a picture of the tiniest tree in the world. Horns. Hold it between your thumb and finger. And it's called the dwarf willow, and it grows between less than a half inch. No more than 2.5 inches tall, So I thought those were some pretty anything's to view. If you'd like again. It's on RJ Garden designs. Also cicadas. Did you know that the East It's about to be invaded. About billions. And I do mean billions and it's going to happen. I predict this year without a doubt. And it is an invasion. It hasn't happened in 17 years on that goes back to 2004. And it is all the cicadas are about to come out, and it's gonna be a very noisy here on the East Coast. So this is the year for those to come out, and it's gonna be a blockbuster. They think literally. Billions this year will be coming out. Thought that was interesting. Uh, Drainage. People didn't have. It's a drainage problems lately. And Had one suggestion on that. When you're designing gardens in you're putting in edging, you could take care of some old of a source such as low points in your yard or A driveway that doesn't really drain right on one side of it. What have you and one thing that you can do is you can put two being underneath the ground. That's a little bit of pain. But if you're doing other things, you can talk together. If you're putting in six inch edging, you could put these tubes hoses. I should say, um, on the bottom or alongside of the edging on the inside of the edging. And go down as deep as you need. Sometimes there's obviously you're doing something that's 3 FT. Great. You can't really deal with that. But if something is only if you only have to go on foot Well, go to the trouble and get out of shark shovel and go ahead and dig that small little trench and put the hose there. Obviously test did to make sure the gravity is working. And if you're really concerned about putting her back on it in that host collapsing, you could go all out and put that depending on the size of the house. You could put it in side eye one inch diameter PVC pop and run that down the edging or down a straight, Loewen. Down to a lower part of your yard. Allow all that water to drain. Now, on the end, where it's at the low part where all the water is peddling in and you have the hose.

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"loewen" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"loewen" Discussed on KOMO

"Sure that workers have more flexibility in their time in their schedule and and and enjoy life twin realizes there could be pushed back from businesses worried about added costs this is going to work for every single sector in every single industry never single person but I think that it is important concept to actually start discussing and figuring out even level says mandating overtime after thirty two hours could be a challenge for our business that would make a difference in our margins but I do love that we give ourselves options to do that senator win hopes to get a committee hearing on this bill in the coming weeks the idea of a four day work week is not new workers in the Netherlands holy work an average of about twenty nine hours a week several years ago Hawaii and Utah also tried versions of a shortened workweek Microsoft Japan gave employees every Friday off and they found the productivity shot up about forty percent on the agenda today and updates on the crime outside the Third Avenue entrance to the king county courthouse the king county council committee today will get that information just a few weeks ago a man forced his way in and confronted security guards there that happened even after security had been beefed up following repeated safety issues and attacks at that same entrance it is time for thirty four time for a call more traffic update with Jay Phillips in Seattle dexter Avenue north just north of Mercer is closed in both directions due to some downed power lines crews are working to get that back open I five traffic is moving along well no slowdowns between coma Seattle and every night for five looks good northbound highway one six seven traffic is beginning to build but no slowdowns yet your next port coming up at four forty four J. philosophical motives check in now with meteorologist abbia Cody January weather expected overnight into your Tuesday will be dealing with for Loewen rain couple strikes of light mean rumbles of thunder pockets a small hail into Tuesday afternoon but that's chance for this along the coast mountains no really expected to cause some problems.

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"loewen" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"loewen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Afternoon at four thirty hearing KQED coming up in the next segment in Michigan and unusually hands on training program help some school bus drivers to be more attuned to the struggles of students with physical or emotional challenges by trying to be in their shoes coming up on morning edition here Christmas day KQED good morning I'm Laurie Sanders thank you so much for joining us today S. S. live from NPR news in Washington I'm wins our Johnston three prominent Christian leaders including pope Francis have issued an extraordinary Christmas appeal to the leaders of south Sudan to keep their promises on peace six years after the civil war broke out the B. B. C.'s mark Loewen has more pope Francis has made peace in south you done a focus of his foreign policy and this unusual message not carried in his would be at all be address but in a separate appeal shows the prominence which he still places on the issue the pope the archbishop of Canterbury and the former moderator of the church of Scotland also wishes to south Sudan's leaders urging them to form a transitional unity government which could bring an end to years of civil war since independence in twenty eleven the BBC's Markland American workers may have more choices for retirement savings next year but as NPR Scott Horsley reports some of those options could prove costly as part of its year and spending bill Congress took steps to help more workers save money for retirement older workers can now keep stocking money in an IRA longer.

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"loewen" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"loewen" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"To the top of the third we go here at veterans field let's send it to Addison van Patten thanks guys I caught up with pitcher Cole Larson in the bull pen just talking about how his first outing went the other night how he likes to Cape so far he's a later I ever he just joined us he actually didn't get the call to come to the Cape social life for and he was there here just about two days later now he says he's like that so far a lot of the Cape obviously where him is next what he is back did he said he thought he was gonna be living on a sandy white beach but he says he likes it so far he's spitting in the bull pen really well he says he's a shire guy so he's finding it hard to jump into all their comedy but he's liking a lot so far he says one thing he's going to work on this summer is his slider he really likes it but he wanted to be better he's excited to be here in the Cape and how the track man a quick man so that he can look at that stuff work on it and bring it to Kansas with him throwing it back to you guys thanks Addison Larson and an excellent performance out of the bullpen it yesterday instead she considered a lead off the third inning take the ball out side wanted now that was the other being the new guy go ahead always tough in the news that's all I wanted thank you zero just misses three balls and a strike to teeter the the new guy Iowa but no but Ryan is Ryan's always the new guy yeah we should bring him on I lemaire B. writer gives us a thumbs up three pitched at cedar give me over fastball does just that three in one for nothing where hand sap the third here in Chatham glares back out for his third inning of work starters struggled thus far four runs on four hits for where him the three wanted cedar Loewen involved for teeters on for the second time tonight reached on an error in the first inning and now walks to lead off the third and that brings up the Miami hurricane Adrian del Casteel ma'am a claim to follow del Casteel speaking.

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"loewen" Discussed on Plaza Podcast

Plaza Podcast

08:47 min | 2 years ago

"loewen" Discussed on Plaza Podcast

"Yeah. Okay. And with the kids in summer, I think dark Phoenix, I don't it's going to it's going to have a tough road ahead. Yeah. I think it's going to do the same kind of like Godzilla just underwhelming numbers. Yeah. And people will still be seeing Aladdin and what else probably your life pets, too. Yeah, that's gonna that's the first big kid movie of the summer and it's supposed to be pretty big. Now the first one did crazy numbers? And so there's been a lot of intimidation with secret life of pets, too. And so with dark Phoenix coming out at the same time. It's I dunno. I it's going to have a tough time reaching that forty fifty million like, it's they're trying to say the reviews of it. It's, it's tough. And then you got next week. You have minimum black international in. It's been a long time since we've had a minute, black movie. And we got us, Chris. So a lot of people are looking forward to that. Yeah. And seeing how he does and Leeson I like him. Oh, yeah. I do too. But I think it's, it's, it's got a tough road. I think Disney's just going to eat the money on this one. Yeah. They I don't think they're to ward, no engages. Out word. No, they're not worried after their what sitting right under. I think that's like two point six. It's under. They got a lesson. One hundred million to be avatar really. Yeah. Wow. It's is it out of theaters. Completely. No. Oh, so. But I heard Loewen down. Yeah. I heard the projections were still saying it won't beat it because I don't know. We'll see I once everything said and done, and the dust settles. I guess you could say on engage. Then we'll see where. But either way goes, it's number two. I did hear a crazy thing that they're thinking lying king could beat it which I had no clue. It was tracking that high numbers. I knew lying king was tracking. I knew it was tracking better than Aladdin was because when they when they release these because there was a like I said, there was three live action, Disney Dumbo Aladdin in Lion King, those were because they were all being released within a span of what for move for months together 'cause Dumbo was back in March, then you had may for Aladdin and then. Giant. Or is it this month? I thought it was this month. I can't think is that is at the end of this month. Yeah. Into this month, I think, okay as far as I know, but either way goes were lying. King is looking like it's going to be really big. There. We still got Toy Story Toy Story for next month. I, I have a lot of hope for toys story four I at first I was kinda mad because they kind of ended it. So perfectly with three. Yeah, but I don't know. I, I don't think they would just write a Pixar doesn't usually just ride a movie to ride a movie cars. Gosh. I that that series terrible to me. They should've stayed with one. Yeah. One was okay too awful in three. I didn't even see it. And then they try to go off with planes. But I mean other than that. I mean that's all I got on it. I mean I don't yeah there's nothing more much to say because it's just it was just so bad. And I think the studio FOX even thought that too, they didn't even send us know Pearl MOS for. That's a pretty bad sign. Yeah. They sent us a Cup of posters. Hey, this is all we're giving. I mean they didn't they didn't promote this very well. No, it has not been promoted, and we didn't have we didn't get anything. We got a big bushy like a big oversized poster. That's all we got to put on our wall. They didn't give us anything. There's no standi. There's no promotional items to give out. They didn't give us nothing for there was absolutely nothing that, you know, for it. So it was it was pretty evident that they were not expecting much out of those. Yeah. But it would said. Man, we were a little excited last week. Yeah. We were because no reviews come out yet. Yeah. And but he, we've had a couple of few movies in a row that we've haven't been too high. Oh this. The summer opened up big with mean in game. Yeah. John wick three gosh. I want. And then it just went downhill fast and Pok Mon looking better. I know. Yeah. Really book on look, honestly, it's better. Yeah. Poke him on definitely better than expected, better than Aladdin, probably to me, honestly, hand. Well, I'm man I'm hoping men in black is yeah. I got a better. Yeah. 'cause I can't get were down for on this. Thank you can go worse than what we're there's no way if, if men in black is worse than dark, Phoenix. We won't even do. Shut it. The only one I know is going to have some hopes as Spiderman far from home, and I am excited about that. And we just watched the trailer we had a trainer on mad about that. I have been, I don't watch these these other trailers, and I was sitting in there, my friend. He he's so dedicated to the no trailer rule, he walks out during the trailers movies. I'm not as dedicated. So sometimes I'll just like look down and not watch it. But I, I was like, okay, what the heck but. Pretty pumped. It did. Yeah. I'm excited. I think it's those movies have been so good. And so, yeah. That will definitely bring a bright spot to the summer, Scott. It's got to. And I'm hoping with, you know, Toy Story and, and everything like that line king. Yeah. We still got several good movies coming up. So there's, there's some sun shining through the dark clouds of dark Phoenix. Joe? But well I mean until then I'll definitely talk to my friends. See if we can get him on his thoughts, because I'm real serious because he is he's pretty big on it. And I know he wanted to come on I asked him, but he was on vacation. Also, he was interested. He was. Oh, yeah. He was interest. He was definitely exciting, so he wanted to definitely chime in on it, and I think he would have had a lot to say. I think there would have been a lot of debate. Oh, you think so, I think so. Okay. I. I don't know. I'll put my bed on. He probably will slam it as well. Kind of I think he's gonna be disappointed. But I'll talk to him tomorrow. I'll try to go in and see, see when he's gonna come see it and, and try to get him to phone in next Thursday. Cool. Maybe I'll try to get them to do the men in black review. But also, we want to kind kinda do a you know, a little side bid what he thought of it thoughts on dark, Phoenix. Yeah. Looked at up. It's July nineteenth line king. Okay. July. So we got a little bit. Yeah. So I think July's gonna be big. We, there's a lot of story. So I think July is going to bring it June struggling so far. We need some good movies this June. Yes. But. All right. Well, I think that's all we have for today. Unfortunately, we have no giveaways. Thank you FOX. Blamed dark Phoenix, dark Phoenix is fault. But until then we will be back next week to do the minute black international review. So, so until then, thank you for joining us on the plaza park. We'll see you soon..

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"loewen" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

11:47 min | 2 years ago

"loewen" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"How can we keep our Furby warm while looking wonderful and not having to pile layer upon layer on them. So becomes an uncomfortable affair just to get them outside. Well, these brands are here to help I up well introduced you to value potato of lucky FOX knits an entrepreneur out of Oregon making beautiful and fun. We'll hats and sweaters for dogs. Let's meet Dahlia and learn more. Hey volya. Hi. Thank you so much for having me on your show. It's a pleasure. How you doing today? I'm doing great awesome. So I came across your brand on f c and I immediately fell in love with the adorable designs. Tell everyone what. Your dog has her like, and what inspired you to create them? Sure. Well, my nigga dog hats and sweaters came out of a real need. You see I have two miniature dachshunds named max and jobs Abell, and they're only four inches off the ground on top of that jazz has almost no for on the belly side of her body. The very first year. I got my dogs. I quickly found out just how much the coldness of winter bothered them because they simply refused to go for walks during the wintertime, this meant that I had to ever hungry bored. And restless dogs inside my house. I needed a solution. Right. And that was when I started knitting from dogs. I soon realized the other dog owners had a similar problem. And that I could have so fun with these designs as long as they continued to serve their intended purpose. Yeah. And they're really super cute. Now, you obviously were knitting before you've been knitting for like twenty years or so right? I have been knitting for twenty years, and how did you start knitting? Well, my Russian grandmother taught me how to knit when I was ten years old. Oh, that's so sweet. That's great. And you took to it right away. You loved it right away. Actually, the first knitting experience was very frustrating. And that is really common of new niggers. But the second time was already easier and by the third attempt. I thought hey, I could do this. And I started really enjoying it. That's awesome. And now you've made it work for your dogs. I can so relate to because two of our four doggies are true hours and the little girl Chihuahua won't even go outside. Like, you said if it dips below a certain degree, and we live in Florida. So I mean, come on guys, they're already spoiled. It's not like living in Oregon. But yes, you have to find ways that make them comfortable. So that they can go out and be a dog and do their business and get exercise and all that stuff. So you're as I absolutely right. So one of the things that immediately grabbed me about your designs were that there wins. You know, they looked very warm. They looked really well made. But also that they were fun. And you know, it's for me, you know, when people notice what my dogs wearing because it's something a little bit different. That's always fun is the story. You know? It's it makes things a little more interesting. But I also know that when you're making a garment not all materials are the same, and you really have to find what's going to work best for what you're doing both in terms of quality, you know, cetera. So in all of your years of knitting experience, what type of wool have you found is the best for warmth and for the quality. Well, I always love working with the natural yarns. I know stay away from the artificial fibres. I prefer will Paca angora and cashmere. And even though most people may not think of angora as very. Warm because it's almost weightless this yarn. In fact, has a hussy halo. That traps warmth in provides wind resistance, and it's also surprisingly durable. And what I love about woolen L Paca fiber is that it stays warm, even when it's wet. I mean, sheep graze in all kinds of different weather, and they always stay nice and warm in their lease. That's even why animal fibers are often recommended for hikers and travelers. Okay. That makes a lot of sense. I know with hats that I've tried for my dogs. We lived in New York City for years. And so the winters were very cold. The like so often do not stay on the dog. How do you get around that? What's your secret terms of fit and comfort? I would put actually a lot of thought into this. And in what I do is stabilized. My hat's by knitting, a wide stretchy band around the base of the neck and also a similar Barend around the face. The hats are essentially a tube. Job. Not unlike a sock that have sort of an L shape to them, which keeps them from sliding off and all of mine designs have to pass what I call the shake test. Meaning they have to stay on while my dog does a full body shake. Great some designs. I even leave the holes open for for the ears. This adds additional points of stability. But it's not even really needed that even a closed stays on. Really? Well, yeah. That it's so interesting about that stretchy band. I've never heard of that before that must have taken a lot of experimentation until you found what actually worked boy did it ever take so long in fact that I had many aching hands. And I had to, you know, take breaks for several days off because I actually would design and redesign sometimes four to five times from scratch just to make sure that it's really comfortable and really stays on. Well, so everybody you're getting a really thoughtful product here when you buy a lucky FOX knit hat in sweaters to the sweaters are really really cute talked with a little bit about the sweaters, and you know, your design there how you came up with that pattern that design. Yeah. Of course. Well, the sweaters is kind of where it all began because they have to be nice and long for dachshund, which is like just a sausage shape, basically with little holes for the legs. And you know, the the sweaters. They're just when you knit a sweater for a specific dog it it's like a dream. You know, it's like a custom made for that dog alone. No. And it's just really hugs the foreign dachshunds. They have a very large chest, and then a very tiny waist. So. That was a big hurdle for me. In designing the sweater, making sure that it gets nice and wide to accommodate that poofy little trust in the nice and tight. And of course, there's the girl version that covers the entire belly. And then the boy version that covers more of the back and leaves a little nice holder on the bottom nothing way. Exactly. Yes. Yeah. Absolutely. But you don't only design for dachshunds, right? Everybody should be clear you design for all different types of dogs. I do I definitely do you actually have designed for many rescues too, which is near and dear to our hearts here. Barkan swagger tells us about that. Oh, absolutely. So I actually designed pattern for a great Dane shelter. Recently. What happens is these dogs? They eat a lot of food, and they have medical needs and thick gets really expensive. And they were having trouble coming up with all the money needed to take care of these giant dogs, though, I designed a pattern and they knit hats based on my patterns and sold them earned the money that they need an it's a continual thing. So that would be using. And then a few weeks back. I need a special bunny pit bull named Rosie. Who unfortunately, she had her ears cut off by a former owner, and now that she's fully grown. Rosie suffers. Because the wind is painful for her on cold days. But now she wears the hat the bunny hat, and she gets lots of pets in compliments on her walks and Loewen doesn't bother her ears. That's wonderful. That is so sweet really nice volume. Now in the this is fun and whimsical category. You also make hats and sweaters for special occasions and holidays, right? Yes. I absolutely do. I'm actually working on a set of new designs right now, which I call the party animal series. And he's designs will be available next month, and there'll be a bow tie for fancy, weddings and other important occasions and a birthday hat and a party hat, and of course, a Santa hat for Christmas parties. Wow, this is all knit. So that's very cool to have a bow tie knit boats. I mean, I know people do it. But I'm sure this is going to have something special to it. Because you've got a really good sense of humor in your designs. Thank you, so much you welcome. Now, I'm gonna just sort of shift gears for a second here. Because when I. I found this out about you. I thought that it was really really interesting. You told me you visited every state in the US and forty countries. And when I asked you why because you know, it's a little bit unusual. You told me it was because of your mom, Victoria who invented the green smoothie. What was it like being the daughter of someone sort of on the forefront of the raw movement and someone who's book, I believe it's called green for life is considered sort of the bible of that movement. Well, it was incredibly exciting to be a part of it. When my mother finally invented a palatable way to consume grains. She was so ecstatic. She immediately went to work writing the first book ever published on green smoothies book quickly became an international bestseller. We went from being Gok dot for being the only people drinking green sludge, the green smoothies spotlighted in superhero movies and on TV shows. And now, it's. Accepted as the norm. And no one even stops to think that someone actually invented this simple drink, and there was a time before green movies. Now, what I love most about the idea of blended greens is that unlike all the different diets out there, the greens smoothie is a delicious drink that people can simply add to their existing diet and benefit from all that nutrition right away. Yeah. And I can tell you it has been so rewarding to hear how green smoothies have helped millions of people feel healthier, and my mother, and I we did travel the world in visited every state teaching about green smoothies and at the height of my mom's fame. She was getting recognized absolutely everywhere. Even in the middle of the African desert. Oh my God. This is the coolest thing ever volume. You know, it's just I mean, it's part of my daily life migrants movie and everybody's got their own recipe for their favourite green smoothie, and it's just really become a dietary institutions. And so it's very very cool just wanted to segue into that for a minute. So people can kind of hear that really really cool story. Let's go back to knitting, and our dogs you teach knitting and you in addition to making custom hats and sweaters. You also make patterns which you sell in your at sea shop, and I believe you said you have about fifty of them at this point if someone wants to get him vicious and knit their own dog a hat or a sweater. How complicated actually is it. I make a huge effort to write patterns that are super clear and free of mistakes. I put a lot of thought into the layout of my patterns trying to make every single step extra easy to comprehend every pattern is accompanied with illustrative photos. And I like to take a.

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"loewen" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"loewen" Discussed on KOMO

"Later tomorrow and increase our rain and eventually our snowfall. Now, we're not talking about snow right at sea level. This is more of a typical north west late winter snow event where we get the rain along the I five corridor from Everett down to Olympia, maybe occasionally mixed with a little bit of wet snow, but in the foothills above five hundred feet north bend the plateau back on in toward the highlands going to pick up an inch or two maybe three to four north. By later on tomorrow. So this is going to be a snow event to the east on the east side a lot of people live up there. So you're it again and through parts of what Kim county as well. Overnight tonight, again, we're dropping down to freezing and most spots. So again, some slippery pavement for the Tuesday morning commute where we have a little bit of the wet pavement tonight. It could freeze up again overnight. And then increasing rain for most of us tomorrow. Temperatures around most of the metro area pretty safely in the low to mid forties. But there on the east side at least some mixed rain and snow around five hundred feet, if not some accumulating snow for a little while before it turns to rain same goes for Linden and Ferndale. You'll see temperatures just in the mid thirties. Tomorrow, you could see an inch of snow. They're closer to the border to half the ocean beaches were just talking about rain instead of snow on the sand back into the mid forties. Which for this time of year is still running cool and eastern Washington. Also seeing winter finally catching up with you a mixture of snow and freezing rain from lake shallan back into Walla Walla up over the cascades, we talked about that winter storm watch snow really picking up into tomorrow evening, one to two feet of new snow expect together. The resorts, which is good news. But also at the passes so that mountain travel going to get pretty tricky by tomorrow night. This is not the last Loewen snow event of the week. Can you believe that more on that coming up in the rest of my forecast? Pictures worth a thousand words, I.

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"loewen" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"loewen" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"You can also go to the bulletproof blog and go to the show notes page. And of course, we'll have a transcript for you. And you can get the code and you can get the download link. Just by going to the website. I have one more question for you guys. Let us have it. Now, I've been talking openly about the fact that I'm planning to live to at least one hundred eighty years old, and I'm planning to do that without without falling into the trap of tubes. Diapers. Putting my car keys in the refrigerator and basically losing my faculties as I go. And so people think I'm nuts. Some people think that sounds really cool. And here's my question, and he had levied it to go first on this given all the stuff, you know, about cannabis all the other things you've experienced how long do you think you can live? Oh my goodness. How long do I want to live? I do not want to live to one hundred eighty. I mean, I about quality versus quantity for me. So I wanna have a quality life. You know, having lost my husband's almost two years ago to bipolar in mental illness, you know, he suffered he suffered most days we were together, you know. And I just wanna live a filling productive happy joy filled life for as long as I can. And so, you know, I mean, I say like burning man, for instance, I'm going to go every year that my body and my wallet allow, you know, I want my my my body and my mind hold up and. Yeah. So I mean, I I don't necessarily need to live a long life. I just wanted to be quality. Beautiful abbey. What do you think? So it's how do I want or do I need or how long can you? And Helen do you want to I want to understand people's attitudes towards towards this idea? Look, maybe I can live as long as I want with a high quality of life. What do you think is possible? What do you wanna do? Interesting. I mean, I would definitely opt for link. I tone for you. That can be applied for a lot of different things. I'll take that all around. Yes. So definitely I mean for sure I would love another fifty years, I'm approaching the fifty Mark. So I would like to have another fifty would like to double what I've lived. And I think I could probably do that fairly fairly. Well, like, you know with a pretty pretty good kind of quality of life. Why one eighty Dave why one eighty and not two hundred not rounded up my real number is at least one hundred eighty and and the reality behind that is I would like to die at a time. And by method of my own choosing. And the reason I came up with one eighty is being feasible is is really basic stuff. We know we can do one twenty because we've seen it happen. There's multiple documented cases of people in their Loewen twenties. So as possible and in arguable at this, and I kinda feel like given what we know. Now starting before I'm fifty if I start reducing the damage of metabolic stress and all the things that we know would Lewa at your level longtime one twenty achievable, assuming a truck doesn't drive into me or something ridiculous. And. I look back one hundred years. We didn't have antibiotics we didn't have DNA. We didn't understand might. Oh qendra. We didn't have big data. Like, we didn't have a sheen learning. We didn't have the internet for God's sake for doing research, and I could do more research now than than a doctor could do in two years in nineteen seventy right because they had use microfiche as remember those dumb things have to be seen one. So given all that if we can't extend human lifespan by fifty percent in the next hundred fricken years that I'm stupid like we can do that. And I know the people doing the research right now they've been on the show. They're my friends. I I have one company I'm working with they've extended the life arrest by ninety three percent..

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"loewen" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"loewen" Discussed on KOMO

"Take a live look over downtown Seattle. Getting ready for major changes in the weather in the next twenty four hours winter expected to make a big comeback tomorrow night, and some areas may even see some snow. Let's get right over to meteorologist Abby Cohen for the latest forecast, Abby, right and good evening everyone. We are tracking the possibility for perhaps in Loewen snow Sunday night at into Monday morning. Confidence is increasing in this forecast. As we get updated new modeling information. All right again the window of opportunity Sunday night and Monday morning for seen snow accumulation in the Puget Sound lowlands. There is still a little bit of uncertainty regarding coverage just how widespread this snow will be result. How much will accumulate? But at this point in time. I am expecting some areas of slick and icy roads Sunday night into Monday morning, we could then be looking at some rephrasing of these road. Roads into Monday night. Even still I'm expecting that. So to be dissipating and starting to dry out into Monday afternoon and evening in order for this to happen. My friends we need all of the right ingredients that cold Canadian air and the moist Pacific air to combine together to create this kind of scenario, and we're not just looking ahead to some snow. We've also got some gusty conditions on tap. I breakdown who's included in high wind warnings coming up next. Wow. Win to all right. Thanks very much. Well, in anticipation of the frigid temperatures, cold weather shelters are opening up all across western Washington's right? Four shelters will open and Kitsap county tomorrow night from six pm until seven Monday morning. The city of Seattle is cold weather shelter opens tomorrow night at seven pm at the Seattle center exhibition hall, it's gonna stay open each night through Wednesday morning and Renton shelter opens tomorrow night at eight and will remain open through Wednesday morning. It is set up at the old chamber of commerce building that is on rainier avenue. And tonight, our neighbors to the south also. Gearing up for cold weather and possible snowfall road crews in Portland around standby right now with plows and stockpiles of sandy icing, fluid and salt. It's ready to go right now. Forecasters expect less than an inch of snow if any through Monday morning in the I five corridor of organ,.

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"loewen" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

11:55 min | 2 years ago

"loewen" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Welcome back. If you're just joining you're listening to Barkan flag round headlights radio. I'm Jody Miller young with the wind whipping around buildings or across the plains. I know this sounds very dramatic snow frost, freezing rain, part of our seasonal life. How can we keep our Furby warm while looking wonderful and not having to pile layer upon layer on them. So it becomes an uncomfortable affair just to get them outside. Will these brands are here to help I up we'll introduce you to value potato of lucky FOX knits an entrepreneur out of Oregon making beautiful and fun. We'll hats and sweaters for dogs. Let's meet Volya and learn more. Hey volya. Hi. Thank you so much for having me on your show. It's a pleasure. How you doing today? I'm doing great awesome. So I came across your brand on f and I immediately fell in love with the adorable designs. Tell everyone. What your dog has her like, and what inspired you to create them? Sure. Well, my nigga dog hats and sweaters came out of a real need. You see I have two miniature dachshunds named max and Giselle and they're only four inches off the ground on top of that jazz has almost no for on the belly side of her body. The very first year. I got my dogs. I quickly found out just how much the coldness of winter bothered them because they simply refused to go for walks during the wintertime, this meant that I had to ever hungry bored. And restless dogs inside my house. I needed a solution. Right. And that was when I started knitting from dogs. I soon realized the other dog owners had a similar problem, and that I could have some fun with these designs as long as they continued to serve their intended purpose. Yeah. And they're really super cute. Now, you obviously were knitting before you've been knitting for like twenty years or so right? I have been knitting for twenty years, and how did you start knitting? Well, my Russian grandmother taught me how to knit when I was ten years old. Oh, that's so sweet. That's great. And you took to it right away. You loved it right away. Actually, the first knitting experience was very frustrating. And that is really common of new niggers. But the second time was already easier by the third attempt. I thought hey, I could do this. And I started really enjoying it. That's awesome. And now you've made it work for your dogs. I can so relate to because two of our four dog. These are two hours and the little girl Chihuahua won't even go outside. Like, you said if it dips below a certain degree, and we live in Florida. So I mean, come on guys, they're already spoiled. It's not like living in Oregon. But yes, you have to find ways that make them comfortable. So that they can go out and be a dog and do their business and get exercise and all that stuff. So you're absolutely right. So one of the things that immediately grabbed me about designs were that they're whimsical. You know, they looked very warm. They looked really well made. But also that they were fun. And you know, it's for me, you know, when people notice what my dogs wearing because it's something a little bit different. That's always fun is the story. You know? It's it makes things a little more interesting. But I also know that when you're making a garment not all materials. Are the same and you really have to find what's going to work best for what you're doing both in terms of quality, you know, it cetera. So in all of your years of knitting experience, what type of wool have you found is the best for warmth and for the quality. Well, I always love working with the natural yarns kind of stay away from the artificial fibres. I prefer will L Paca angora and cashmere. And even though most people may not think of Ankara as very warm because it's almost weightless this year. In fact, has a fuzzy halo that traps warmth and provides wind resistance, and it's also surprisingly durable. And what I love about woolen L taco fiber is that it stays warm, even when it's wet. I mean, sheep graze in all kinds of different weather, and they always stay nice and warm in their lease. Right. That's even why animal fibers are often recommended for hikers and. Travelers. Okay. That makes a lot of sense. I know with hats that I've tried for my dogs. You know, we lived in New York City for years. And so the winters were very cold. They like so often do not stay on the dog. How do you get around that? What's your secret in terms of fit and comfort? I would put actually a lot of thought into this. And in what I do is. I stabilize my hat's by knitting, a wide stretchy band around the base of the neck and also a similar band around with face. The hats are essentially a tube. Not unlike a sock that have sort of an L shape to them, which keeps them from sliding off and all of mine designs have to pass what I call the shake test. Meaning they have to stay on while my dog does a full body shake. Great. But some designs I even leave the holes open for for the ears. This adds additional points of stability. But it's not even really needed even a closed stays on. Really? Well. Yeah. That it's so interesting about that stretchy band. I've never heard of that before that must have taken a lot of experimentation until you found what actually worked. Oh, boy, did it take so long in fact that I had many aching hens. And I had to, you know, take breaks for sometimes several days off because I actually would design and redesign sometimes four to five times from scratch just to make sure that it's really comfortable, and you're really stays on. Well, so everybody you're getting a really thoughtful product here when you buy a lucky FOX knit hat in sweaters to the sweaters are really really cute talk to us a little bit about the sweaters, and you know, your design there how you came up with that pattern that design. Yeah. Of course. Well, the sweaters is kind of where it all began because they have to be nice and long for a dachshund, which is like just a sausage shape, basically with little holes for the legs. And you know, the the sweaters. They're just when you knit a sweater for a specific dog it fits like a dream. You know, it's like a house made for that dog alone. No. And it's just really hugs the foreign dachshunds. They have a very large chest, and then a very tiny waist. So. That was a big hurdle for me. In designing the sweater, making sure that it gets nice and wide to accommodate that privy little cute chest in nice and tight. And then of course, there's the girl version that covers the entire belly. And then the boy version that covers more of the back in leaves a little nice holder on the bottom and nothing way. Exactly. Yes. Yeah. Absolutely. But you don't only design for dachshunds, right? Everybody should be clear you design for all different types of dogs. I do I definitely do you actually have designed for many rescues too, which is near and dear to our hearts here. Barkan swagger, tell us about that. Oh, absolutely. So I actually designed a pattern for a great Dane shelter. Recently. What happens is these dogs? They eat a lot of food, and they have medical needs. And they I it's really expensive. And they were having trouble coming up with all the money needed to take care of these giant dogs. So I designed a pattern day knit hats based on my patterns and sold them earned the money that they need an it's a continual thing. So that would be using. And then a few weeks back. I need a special bunny hat for pit bull named Rosie. Who unfortunately, she had her ears cut off by a former owner, and now that she's fully grown. Rosie suffers. Because the wind is painful for her on cold days. But now she wears the hat the bunny hat, and she gets lots of pets and compliments on her walks and Loewen doesn't bother her ears. That's wonderful. That is so sweet really nice volume. Now in the this is fun and whimsical category. You also make hats and sweaters for special occasions and holidays, right? Yes. I absolutely do. I'm actually working on a set of new designs right now, which I call the party animal series and these designs will be available next month, and there'll be a bow tie for fancy, weddings and other important occasions and a birthday hat and a party. And of course this into hat for Christmas parties. Wow, this is all knit. So that's very cool to have a bow tie knit boats. I mean, I know people do it. But I'm sure this is going to have something special to it. Because you've got a really good sense of humor in your designs of thank you so much you welcome. Now, I'm gonna just sort of shift gears for a second here because when? I found this out about you. I thought that it was really really interesting. You told me you visited every state in the US and forty countries. And when I asked you why because you know, it's a little bit unusual. You told me it was because of your mom, Victoria who invented the green smoothie. What was it like being the daughter of someone sort of on the forefront of the raw movement and someone whose book I believe it's called green for life is considered sort of the bible of that movement? Well, it was incredibly exciting to be a part of it. When my mother finally, invented a palatable way to consume greens. She was so ecstatic. She immediately went to work writing the first book ever published on green smoothies book quickly became an international bestseller. We went from being Gok shot for being the only people drinking green sludge. Green smoothies spotlighted in superhero movies and on TV shows. And now it's accepted as the norm. And no one even stops to think that someone actually invented this simple drink, and there was a time before green smoothies. Now, what I love most about the idea of blended greens is that unlike all the different diets out there, the greens smoothie is a delicious drink that people can simply add to their existing diet and benefit from all that nutrition right away. Yeah. And I can tell you it has been so rewarding to hear how green smoothies have helped millions of people feel healthier, and my mother, and I we did travel the world and visited every state teaching about green smoothies, and at the height of my mom's fame, she was getting recognized absolutely everywhere. Even in the middle of the African desert. Oh my God. This is the coolest thing ever Volya. You know, it's just I mean, it's part of my daily life migraines movie and everybody's got their own recipe for their favorite green smoothie, and it's just really become a dietary institution. So it's very very cool. Just wanted a segue into that for a minute. So people can kind of hear that really really cool story. Let's go back to knitting, and our dogs you teach knitting and you in addition to making custom hats and sweaters. You also make patterns which you sell in your shop. And I believe you said you have about fifty of them at this point if someone wants to get him vicious and knit their own dog a hat or a sweater. How complicated actually is it. I make a huge effort to write patterns that are super clear and free of mistakes. I put a lot of thought into the layout of my patterns trying to.

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"loewen" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

13:20 min | 3 years ago

"loewen" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Eight forty W H A S. And welcome back to coast to coast whose embassy. No with us. Of course, as we talk about her updated book called the secrets of the universe. Universal laws. Susan, what do they mean to you? Oh my goodness. There's a lot of different versions of the universal laws. I was introduced to them years ago. When I read a book called Hawaiian magic, which is no longer in print and doctor. It was written by Dr Dr Clark Wilkerson. He lived in Hawaii. And he wrote about the thirty three cosmic laws is what he called them. And what I included in. My book is a selection of ones that can really relate to just about everything. I can't remember exactly how many put in here. I think eleven of them. But but it's interesting 'cause there's some are lists of eleven some have twenty two. They're all very fascinating. And they're not manmade their laws of the universe. And that's what makes them so special looking at the universal laws at what point? Did you start researching them as you got into this? I think you know, I read it as much as I could on everything, you know, starting from way back in school when there was hardly anything out there. But it is amazing because and I think too, you know, when the book the secret came out, and they did a movie that really brought a lot of awareness up to the fact that you know, that the law of attraction is a great law. But it's not the only one there are there are many. And when we talk about universal laws. It's not just the scientific laws of physics is it. No. Yeah. I don't think I mean, it's definitely included. But I it's hard to say like where did they come from who came up with it? Because god. Did it? Well, yeah. Exactly the creator, which to me has an amazing sense of humor. The universe. Always does things to make me laugh. I'll tell you that right now. But the the the laws are amazing when you you learn about them more because like the the law of karma, which is also the laws I'm causing effect. What you put out comes back to you. And a lot of people don't realize that everything you talk about and everything you put out. There is connected to you. And it will only come back to you. Let's talk about the the creator for a moment. Inasmuch as you have said that it has a personality. What do you think the creator is at this point in your career? What have you deduced from that? Wow. That's okay. I think the creator is the power of love that. And it's hard to say, I don't look at it. As a person, I look at it as a force because of course, positive energy creates negative energy destroys and the only way that we can be in the physical universe is to have both positive and negative. You know, he's made everything is made up positive and negative. I kind of look at it as a computer that doesn't judge? If you will let's say, you pray and you put your your thoughts out there. And what happens is those thoughts the universe? I think that's why I say it's very non judgmental because there's nobody up there going, you know, my God, you know, she keeps complaining about this. So don't send her that anymore. And unfortunately, you get what you complain about. Because the universe will send back exactly what you. Put out. I will. You know is that called karma. Yes. Well, yeah. Someone would call it karma and some karma. You know, is I I don't believe that you incur karma per se. Unless you know, it's all in the intention, you know, somebody explained at one time like how do you incur karma? And they said, well, let's say you're running for a bus, and you shove an old lady out of the way to get on the bus. Well, you just incurred a little bit of karma. Let's say you're running for the bus, you bump into her and knocked her down, and you didn't mean to Dr into the boss. Yeah. Hopefully, not. But if you didn't mean to then you don't incur the karma. Because it wasn't your intent. The knocker down. It has a lot to do with your intentions. Why why did you do it or what was your purpose behind it? Why aren't we taught these laws? Why did we stumble into them? Or we learn them eventually, you know, reading books like things that you've talked about. Well, you know, and I don't want to go up against organized religion. Go ahead. Really? But as a child, I was baptized confirmed Lutheran spent a lot of time at Catholic church with my girlfriend, so I've got kind of both worlds. And when I was a child at pretty much taught me that, you know, God judged, and if you did something bad, you know, things we're not going to be good for you. And it it instilled a lot of fear in me. And I think that that you know, going all the way back to the biblical times. How do control a lot of people is with fear? Right, which call is that how they developed hell. Well, yeah. I mean, I think that that definitely it exists having exists Aleksis. But a lot of people believe it's right here. I mean, there's a lot of places the planet earth that have got to be really close to hell if it's not the real thing story about your son in the two years of memories of being on the Titanic. Oh my goodness. Okay. That's an amazing story. Well, my son, Jamie. He was four years old at the time. And we went out one night when the Titanic was on HBO. It was nineteen ninety six and we left him with the babysitter. And we came back that night and found out that he had gotten up at the end of the movie, and she let him watch the end of the type. Panic with her. And I'm thinking to myself. Oh, okay. Probably not what I would have said a four year old down to see. But. Okay, thanks. So the next day. My son has only wants to talk about is the Titanic and not about the movie per se not about the people in the movie, or you know, how the movie ended. It was. It was all about the mistakes that were made in building the ship. For years old. Yeah. I mean seriously. He was what I did. Because he loved to draw, you know, we have an art desk, and he had all the Krantz and everything that you'd ever want. See always drew for two weeks after the he I saw the movie for two weeks. He drew painted or you know, watercolor every medium through the Titanic probably up to fifty times in the first two weeks. Now, did you find that surprising? Obviously you did. Well, it didn't take me long to figure out that he had to have had some connection to the ship. It was to two bathrooms. Yeah. No, he knew things that you know. I I didn't even I didn't even get what he was talking about. When he first started talking about things he was talking about the boiler room. You know, how the men died I because the doors came down and trap them, and he used to wail about that he used to cry throw themselves in my lap and say, mama, mama shouldn't have happened. It shouldn't have happened. It was now did you think for a moment at all those Susan that there could be something wrong with him? No. I believe in past lives, and he had already had a past life memory before this about working on the railroad. When he was about three he was very specific about working on the original railroad cars that were built in Wyoming. And he didn't he couldn't even pronounce Wisconsin at the time. So I found out that the original train cars were built in Wyoming. So when he started the Titanic thing, which is about a year later, I knew immediately. And of course, my husband and my sister or my daughter at the time, nobody nobody believed me everybody was like that's ridiculous. But I'm thinking, you know, and he when he was drawing to he was drawing from memory. He wasn't drawing from pictures. That's even more compelling, isn't it? Oh, it's insane. He has. He he drew one pencil drawing that still haunts me to stay. Because what he did is he he he worked on it for a couple of days, but he brought it home from school. And it looks like if you took the Titanic and cut it sideways, you could kind of see inside of it. And he had every floor every room every coat hook every door every ladder. I mean, I did to this day. I cannot believe that that kid drew. That sounds like he was the architect of the ship. He definitely had something to do with that. I think that 'cause he was he was overcome with the fact that it was it was all stupid mistakes that that caused the ship to sink this. He's still talk about this not really because he is actually. He's gone a little bit into politics. Even though he's majoring in animation at scattered here in savannah, and he told me that in future interviews, he's gonna deny everything. Really? Growing up. Well, which is which is interesting because don't most parents when their children have these experiences kind of sweep it under the carpet. Okay. Yes. I mean way too, many people don't listen, you know, they think that they got it from a cartoon or a story they read, and I really encourage people, you know, especially parents because it does start the manifest around the age of two to four that they start bringing back memories. And there's so many compelling stories out there of these kids were there. There's no I mean side from my son, you know, that one little boy that remembered that he died in euros EMA during World War, Two Leninger. Thank. Yeah. Some like little lad James his name was James. And he remembered the the Concorde plane. Yes, yes. And he remembered the aircraft carrier he traveled on tires used to blow out. He said when they landed. They apparently that was a trade secret. Nobody knew that in the he mentioned it, and they checked it out. And he was right. Oh my God. I know when I saw his story. It was funny. Because history was the pilot story for the TV show ghost inside my child. Yes. And it aired about a year before they actually started casting wasn't your son story in a to it in the first season. Yes. But when I saw the pilot I made my son watch it, and I said these guys have to have your Titanic story. And then I forgot about it again for about a year. And then I once again synchronicity, I'm on the computer one day and Huffington Post comes up producers of ghost inside my child looking for stories. That's fantastic. Call them up. And there we go. I love it. I wanna talk when we have some time coming back from the break in calls about some of the ghost adventures that you have taken which include trips to Gettysburg. That's gotta be pretty haunted. Oh my goodness. If you want activity you need to go to Gettysburg because you will not be disappointed. Why is it though that? Most children forget their past lives or Loewen and taken out to the desert and his wishes for granted. And granted though, okay? Yes. Why would you steal a body? Well. I'm sure the fighting something certain certain ways, you could do that. Joe in Monterey, California. Go for Joseph. Oh, okay. Great stories. I have a synchronicity a music synchronicity story. But I'll wait till after I s if we have time coming up to the top. Yes, exactly in your work. Have you run into in Kannada.

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"loewen" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"loewen" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Um i that's i how many old only child friends you have because like i've that's actually conversations i've had with a lot of parents about whether they have you know the fairness of making only children because in the formative years you're not taught correctly how to share you've got all of your parents attention and sort of how that distorts the entire adult prism because espn has theories about it's a big talent that has gotten in trouble and how it's always only child syndrome like on that that the big talent that has got in trouble that hasn't felt supported enough usually it espn at the highest levels of management they've noticed sort of an only child child viral strain in the delta i'm guessing we could probably apply to sports i'm probably guessing that there's some one out there that can figure out for us you know we've told the story before tara loewen's his behavior he finds out who is father is by the guy across the street coming over reprimanding him and say you're not allowed to have my daughter as a crush she is your sister like how much of that form sort of the the some of the behavior you you see in sportswear guys are during things through there and women through their prison under their prism and only through their prism stu got thinks jason tatum is though of the big next superstar in sports i really do i spent the tighter time autoomy mba last night because i finally had a free night it's it's where would fantasy sports will do for you because i was with glued to uh the nets magic lymph its own.

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"loewen" Discussed on Bobbycast

Bobbycast

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"loewen" Discussed on Bobbycast

"For me that that's kind of a thing for me is in the first thing in the moon before of been talking a lot or seeing in because that a saint like own harmless wrecker to see yet that he's a whole different you got a really stress at high in and once you burn that high in a whole lot near you sing in for an hour straight that loewen's is kind of it still there amina of this are kinda nationally ever deeper voice but it's the with in you can feel it on the might you can feel it in the control room the with that i have in the morning is different than i have late at night once a burnett out an it's just that's just me just kinda learn from sing in doing so many demo threat the years in the enlighten him a voice in the morning a feels that is a whole different with to it in maybe that's become a psychological thing too but i just feel i feel really strong getting the most wit that a mother was in the morning default like using better on a shower i wonder if let generally great singers spill like they even sound veteran the shall i feel like everybody sounds better but you did like erasing the dark attack because i do and i'm like a thing but you're really get saying i think i'm even better the shower uh thing uprooting curled woman ira area again help out so i guess is a revert there what i it's like a natural rubber chamber but then why don't we create why don't i completely all that stuff in studio the guy mind that like i think it's a really good studio that never know a lot of a lot of recordings nowadays when you when you hear those old records year freddie mercury knew you these old guys as guns and rosie record those the man they were all singing in these.

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"loewen" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"loewen" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"These numbers refund randy moss for seven seasons with the vikings ninety touchdown receptions the only person who had a better sevenyear run jerry rice ninety ninety three touchdown receptions says not even close its rice then moss and then uh seventeen behind mullis's marvin harrison lance allworth is also in there and tara loewen's uh but moss during a for seven seasons now if you look at all time yards for seven seasons for wide receiver number one torry holt of forget the you know everybody which was catching passes with greatest show on turf then is calvin johnson and randy moss jerry rice and marvin harrison uh most receiving touchdowns of fifty yards or more during his sevenyear period randy moss had seventeen than was tara loewen's marvin harrison eric molds of buffalo was a sneaky good receiver their yes boy i i think if you're like under 25 years old you may not remember what a big deal randy moss was when he broke in the league kids wanted to be rainy moss like he's he was odell beckham before that beckham kids would member he would hang his his gloves yes every kid from his uh from his face mask before the gains one up every kid a highschool ingrates located at randy moss was like mike vic yeah got ever wanted to be him immediately he was a superstar that're about ten minutes and only most receptions old time i six seasons guzman take a guess who's the number one wide receiver most catches i six seasons in the nfl still playing.

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