18 Burst results for "Mahat"

"mahat" Discussed on Kaya Pala Podcast

Kaya Pala Podcast

06:42 min | 10 months ago

"mahat" Discussed on Kaya Pala Podcast

"What up you guys, welcome to the first episode of the calla podcast. I'm Maddie. We talk about life lessons here with no judgment. So I just recently turned 31 and usually when you're at this age, un expectation of money is that you have it all figured out already. When I was in my teens, and feeling go undone and unclear at least, so I go by and by the time I turn 25, that Myron a home family, no asawa, pero, no 25, my gosh, but I don't know feeling 1820 long is so that's when you realize maybe what the answer is. I felt like I was stuck at being 23. Didn't make an experience. Among a moment a young man had more. I would always put in 23 25 narco 26, 23%. And while that's a good feeling that in feeling young cop adden, it also comes with pressure, because he still haven't really figured it out. Actually, in fact, it's the exact opposite. And looking back, there are many things that I wished I did when I was younger. I could say I realized most of the time when I was younger I was very cautious or scared or shadow on completion. And it might be because of my personality then and you may not relate to it. Say you're outgoing, you're a risk taker. You've lived your life the way you wanted. I do have my share of sina sana, you know a hot dog Santa Guinea hou Yan, but let me share with you 5 things I learned in my 20s that maybe helpful or relatable for you guys. So first is it's okay to make mistakes while you are young. People don't expect for you to know things a God, especially belongs 20 to 23, that's relatively young, because you're just starting out. You don't have that expectation. You have these things figured out. You're allowed to make mistakes, and you'll have less judgment, so you have that blank and extra understanding from people because you are bad. I personally regret not making a lot of mistakes because I could not afford it at that time to make mistakes, because I was a bread winner of the family back then. So every steps I had to take, it must be a very little risk or calculated. Say, well at home fall back if ever in a macabre yako. I didn't have the luxury back then, but for those of you who have a wiggle room, yeah, go ahead, I really encourage you to try out new things. Train yourself to make decisions because decisiveness is something that you will need later in life. Eventually you will learn how to avoid the mistakes you made. And you will learn how to spot upcoming mistakes in the future. Marinate on pacifi, sometimes you win, sometimes you learn. Next on my list is time is your best ally when you are young. You still have so much time to recover when it doesn't work out. Maybe in your finances in your health or whatever aspect in your life, you know, when you have the time, Napoleon and leverage those people who are already past, they are prime age. So what do you do? Make use of it. Discover new hobbies. Don't get stuck in one place, and be hypnotized by the full time routine. I'm not saying it's not good to be in a place, be in a rudimentary situation. There are people who flourish and find peace in this situation. But there are many factors why I encourage you to try out new things, especially when you are in your 20s. One of them is that you have the physical stamina. Become a bishop award. Imagine this. Now go go by et cetera, for example, if running as a area known on boulevard, yeah. I am on a long travel. For those who live in Manila, you would know now all 8 elegant and traffic. It would take you about one to three hours of commute as a no longer. Perrot deba, if you are from, I don't know. You will remember back in your college days, manage in my oven or you mind in the dorm, oui and Brown university going back home back and forth. And looking back now I will never imagine. Papa anonym that so one of my non negotiable now that I'm in my 30s, that's why I settled to working from home almost four years ago. Travel time. I think just feel like it's a time wasted, traveling back and forth, and second is that research shows that the brain volume peaks in the early 20s and gradually declines for the rest of your life. So what better time to learn, take information than when you are at your brain speed deba. What else can you do? Travel wisely. When we were young, we are naturally energetic. It's the best time Paramount aventa with your Friends and go on adventures. You can open your hiking again. Go. If you want to go surfing, go, try diving, or whatever it is that makes your blood pump. Go ahead and do it. For sure, mahat when you're older, or you can visit the same place when you're older, but it's a different feeling when you experience it when you're younger. When I was in my early 20s, my stomata talks as in mass vivid butter memory goyon Maia Gaga. We are naturally carefree to see and fun when we are young. Unima drive vocal with my friend nah, asking, anxiety, familiar..

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"mahat" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

05:24 min | 11 months ago

"mahat" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"mahat" Discussed on Wardrobe Crisis

Wardrobe Crisis

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"mahat" Discussed on Wardrobe Crisis

"This idea of being the perfect remarkable individual was fetish is since engine greek times the quote is sublime stages depicted ideal masculine and feminine forms. Celebrities were hailed beautiful bodies. Were venerated so. This is back in ancient greek times august. Three this again i. I recognized it when i read about it from seeing statues in museums. And seeing you know this classic atonis but took story and how it shaped us. Yemeni when i i. I think it's coming reading research mahat sangatte. I wanted to wear engine. Greece's him so boring to when you when you actually start having that experience that you've just talked about where you suddenly see how similar life for stands. How is now suddenly became interesting. and so what. The psychologists believe happened is that two hundred thousand dollars around the world. People were either getting along getting ahead. Public news big communal farming projects or they were literally in tribes hunter gatherer tribes in the main. The ancient greece has kind of a weird. It's like anyone's been degrees knows the ecology farming in ancient grace because it's all rookie islands rocky outcrops cliffs descending to say so what was the people had to survive and thrive by basically being entrepreneurs by making parts making olive oil by debating. Bhai trie hustling bunch of hustlers. Exactly right yeah exactly. And because they were they will all sufficient though and it wasn't like one island one country itching grace waltz ancient greece same as a thousand digital communities dotted around so people were traveling around these experiences of different communities that way they even start trading with other continents so this is amazing unique part of the world in which they're getting getting ahead to bring turns you into who you have to be in order to get on the way that you impress people as individuals by being educated by learning things and start to show off and getting stages from from that whereas in space east asia is much more about celebrating the group venerates group serving the group So that's the idea of kind of how it happened. Why pretty now is is when you see. The acceleration of that from the nineteen was pre nineteen nineties. It was the was the age of the union and it was very high taxation. Lots of regulation on biking and business thatcherite rid of order that and created a much harsher will live in an very very quickly. Became much more individualistic much more. Self-focused much more nonstick in if you think about the cultures about greed is goods aerobics and all that stuff in the kind of obsession with perfect bodies. Really kicks off. Whitney houston singing the christ of all these loving yourself. Okay well they very very anglo view of the world. Let's talk about confucius what was happening in china. Okay so unlike. Ancient greece he stays. You're very much routing undulating mountains. China began not country so basically if you were in china in two thousand years ago you were either part of a farming community. Or you're digging big irradiation projects which kind of huge croup efforts or you were growing rice against the big village visual group effort so getting gang head was much more about the group it was about..

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"mahat" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"mahat" Discussed on Conversations

"Ages and kerry was very physically strong very early and And that gave her You know a big advantage in the junior ranks and she was phenomenal so you she was picked up early by the qa s and ultimately is when she was sixteen she left to go down to adelaide and i just stayed at home trade with reg and we had the crows at the tracking through his pigeons out of his books and it wasn't until about seventeen on the junior championships and that was when they realized carry. Look what was different about the way that you and carry road compared to other women cyclists back then when we joined the walkerton cycling club which was a small town outside of mci. When we joined that club we were the only girls. And when you're racing with a bunch of guys they don't want to be beaten by girls and the girls mean kerry. We loved aiding the boys. And we love baiting. The boys up a little bit. Sorry we got quite rough and and that just was normal for us. We would lean on them. We'd throw an elbow. You know we'd really make up presence known in racing and by the time we got to an age where we could compete not just nationally but internationally it would seem that we would become quite a shock to the system for the ladies on the village arm and we really coughed. Probably carry more shy because she was more successful than it was early. We cop the lot of slack. How aggressive way were if we were men. It wouldn't have been questioned Bought it would go to charlotte my of the we will come around to al elway. As time went by what happened to carries olympic dream. The first games we were eligible for was the athens games in two thousand four. Unfortunately at that time we didn't have equal opportunity in terms of events for the women and those only one position available and at this time carrying our number one to australia and essentially we needed to compete against each other for that spot and unfortunately carry injured. A self halfway through that qualification came into my rare at the australian institute of sport. An emotional mess and pretty much explained to me that She had to go home. She she was in too much pain back. she'd heard back lifting in the gym and Could no longer walk without pain. So unfortunately she had to let go of that dream that she had been living in her head since she was a little girl. And go home to queensland and let a body recruit right to bring any attention between the two of you and what did that mean for you as sisters. Yeah it's it's tough Because as history absolutely broke mahat it absolutely broke my. You never want anyone that you love and care for to be in pain and discomfort to near feel loss in grief in any capacity and carries the sort of person who just has this gorgeous personality. She's so bubbly. She is very generous. Use sorry con. She really sheets. May she's nice and she's the sort of person you just want all the good in the world for. And when i saw her heartbreak it it really broke my heart and on the flip side of that the competitor in may knew that my biggest rival was no longer in contention sir On air online depend on the abc. Listen at this is conversations with. Sarah can ask. You can subscribe to the conversations. Podcast find out more just head to abc dot net dot eu slash conversations. Any.

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"mahat" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"mahat" Discussed on Conversations

"Ages and kerry was very physically strong very early and And that gave her You know a big advantage in the junior ranks and she was phenomenal so you she was picked up early by the qa s and ultimately is when she was sixteen she left to go down to adelaide and i just stayed at home trade with reg and we had the crows at the tracking through his pigeons out of his books and it wasn't until about seventeen on the junior championships and that was when they realized carry. Look what was different about the way that you and carry road compared to other women cyclists back then when we joined the walkerton cycling club which was a small town outside of mci. When we joined that club we were the only girls. And when you're racing with a bunch of guys they don't want to be beaten by girls and the girls mean kerry. We loved aiding the boys. And we love baiting. The boys up a little bit. Sorry we got quite rough and and that just was normal for us. We would lean on them. We'd throw an elbow. You know we'd really make up presence known in racing and by the time we got to an age where we could compete not just nationally but internationally it would seem that we would become quite a shock to the system for the ladies on the village arm and we really coughed. Probably carry more shy because she was more successful than it was early. We cop the lot of slack. How aggressive way were if we were men. It wouldn't have been questioned Bought it would go to charlotte my of the we will come around to al elway. As time went by what happened to carries olympic dream. The first games we were eligible for was the athens games in two thousand four. Unfortunately at that time we didn't have equal opportunity in terms of events for the women and those only one position available and at this time carrying our number one to australia and essentially we needed to compete against each other for that spot and unfortunately carry injured. A self halfway through that qualification came into my rare at the australian institute of sport. An emotional mess and pretty much explained to me that She had to go home. She she was in too much pain back. she'd heard back lifting in the gym and Could no longer walk without pain. So unfortunately she had to let go of that dream that she had been living in her head since she was a little girl. And go home to queensland and let a body recruit right to bring any attention between the two of you and what did that mean for you as sisters. Yeah it's it's tough Because as history absolutely broke mahat it absolutely broke my heart. You never want anyone that you love and care for to be in pain and discomfort to near feel loss in grief in any capacity and carries the sort of person who just has this gorgeous personality. She's so bubbly. She is very generous. Use sorry con. She really sheets. May she's nice and she's the sort of person you just want all the good in the world for. And when i saw her heartbreak it it really broke my heart and on the flip side of that. The competitor in may knew that my biggest rival was no longer in contention sir on air online. Depend on the abc. Listen at this is conversations with. Sarah can ask. You can subscribe to the conversations. Podcast find out more just head to abc dot net dot edu slash.

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"mahat" Discussed on Lacey & Flynn Have Sex

Lacey & Flynn Have Sex

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"mahat" Discussed on Lacey & Flynn Have Sex

"Display lacy slash. We decided that maybe super long mission his though she needed right now and now is already in a very hot and pleasurable space so instead of easing things back and changing breathing and changing direction. We decided to just good through the come right there holding mike just catching my breath a little bit. Why don't we clean ourselves up and get cozy. Then we can chat about it though. Sounds nice. I feel like i want to have a on my special gaps cup of tease her turmeric and ginger and a tiny bit of honey with coconut oil on top. I wanna rob brownie and chai tea rod stewart. What about those brownies. That i made fee yet in the freezer. And the freeze yeah. I'll just eat my other. One and then fund made me a full tray rob brownies for mother's day even though he can't eat them because he's on gaps min sacrifice. Okay we'll be back. Oh my goodness it's giveaway time so we just launched this new podcast and we're giving away some free love. Lie is if the love that would be given my isn't enough already. We want to give you some stuff all right so basically what we're trying to do is we're trying to get a lot of five star reviews. People say you're not supposed to ask people for five star. Reviews subscribes. But i want to ask people for what i want. I want five star review. Were direct people. I want you to follow and subscribe and want you to share this. So if you offer us a review we are going to enter you in a giveaway to win some sweet shed and you can read all about that at lacy in flynn dot com slash. Podcast get a breakdown of what we're giving away. It's real stuff. Yeah stuff you're gonna like. Yeah don't just glaze pass this part like go. Give us a review. do it right now. Pause this gives us a review an comeback. We're watching we're waiting. We'll be dawar. We got you for waiting to her. Yeah right the five star. Ding ding ding. Oh we felt. The five stars is coming in las vegas so much. Now you're in the giveaway. Oh my god you could congratulations. Her name is in all my god. You did it you should turn you did a twice katie. It's you see johnny. Thanks bye we love you all but all right back. I just ate peanut butter toast with coconut oil and cinnamon. And i feel quite good and we were in the kitchen and i think we both had a momentary deer in headlights where we almost couldn't believe what we just did. I felt that way high fat that way in one way it was so simple. We did what we normally do. We held these black things. We'd long cables of the end but in another way it did change the experience but not kind of drastically in actually so true to us for another reason apart from the sharing the sex and breaking down and trying to help people and all that in that is just totally lost it is then sex. Brian hewlett cleveland countdown. She'll be six brain now gonna go to the other point about this. That makes it so authentic to us is that it's so simple and so powerful we really strive for simplicity in living room in a business with a messaging everything. We prefer simple and potent. It's so much easier to actually have sex and to just let people see what we're talking about all these years to actually like that's the most minimal listed approach is to be like here it is it feels like a threshold like we've just done something irrevokable. I mean once this is out in the world. There's something very final about that. And then simultaneously. It feels so liberating because to do this. It takes away any vestige or last remnant of shame or uncertainty or doubt around this thing that we're sharing and creating i mean it just is what it is. This is the act that brings us onto being it. Sex it's pleasure its connection. It is crazy that we all have such a deep wound around sex this act that is the essence of our lives that we you know that this will be shocking to many people and yet we are two people to puzder. We have kids. We've made kids. We've come from parents who had sex to make us like everyone's spending their whole lives in pursuit of saxon connection and love and here we are showing it as to you know consenting adults and it feels revolutionary and simultaneously totally normal and nothing nonchalant easy and also it feels. It feels like stepping run edge. Lacy sit in the kitchen that she felt like she discharged in the ocean but didn't know how to swim. It's cut really for us right now. We're gonna simplicity but also a massive nest to it Like what did we just do is have. We gone too far even for ourselves and we have pretty fine with sharing a lot of stuff but we just looking at each other. But i feel like this is. This is just hit. We had this idea and it still feels true. And i feel like the more that we do it. The less the microphones and the and the teachings jewelry sex gonna make an impact on the experience. So less is trolling it. Yeah and i mean you know. The show isn't entirely this. This will happen periodically. the show is about tons of other things associated and around sachs's not just showing inside of our our sex but this is an entry point and also coming back. Tell me how you feel now. What's your experience of your body now. And this is the most important part of slow up with. I feel i definitely feel like probably a lot. Younger key ally hunger or feel so much more clear i feel less stressed and less scattered. I feel very calm. Which is nice because of been dealing with a lot of internal rage lately trying to understand that because it was very out of character rage feelings. Come up for you during sacks at all. I feel like probably. It was even more heightened because we hadn't had sex for three weeks. Whatever it just felt like what you were saying there during our session that you heart was closed. Mahat was so closed and so so buried dandy but just saying you there and seeing your beauty again and your openness. I feel like that. Just helped basically illuminate my heart again..

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"mahat" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"mahat" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Take responsibility just ended there. That's it done Finished. Move on. And what the hell You're telling me this is there's a pro. Donald Trump Hair Salon in San Francisco. That purposely set her up. I'm I mean, I'm not reading that into it, but he says it's a set up. They set her up. Yeah, they don't necessarily need to be connected to the trump campaign in order to light. What? Why would you set up the house speaker and put out the video or have the video? Get out there If you weren't trying to damage Nancy Pelosi, they probably maybe they don't like her personally. Okay, thiss whole thing Because I've been I'm sitting in our studio. All day long as you will you sometimes done, but it's like, Yeah, you see, just for our viewers understand? We've got six TV's in here, so I'm watching. Theo three cable news networks. I've got the NBC station on Seiken. It's the local news Bay News nine. What have you so literally since this morning on Fox News? They've devoted a half hour almost every hour to the story. Oh, this is this is this is right. The right stuffing news, right? And that's what I'm thinking. I don't think this was something that they're doing to help Trump. I think someone may be one of them. Doesn't like Nancy Pelosi and do I get a distraction? I'm sorry. I don't know that the salon did anything wrong. I like maybe Nancy Pelosi. Where's the responsibility on her part? Shouldn't she know the rules in her own district? I don't know, E I'm not excusing what she did. I was stupid. I I cut my own hair at home. You could think she could have hired someone to come to her house. Exactly. You're right. It's not like Nancy Pelosi doesn't have the money. She's one of the wealthiest members of Congress. So you don't think it was some Maga now hair stylist based out of San Francisco as the lawyer in the room, But I'm not going down that rabbit hole. Sorry. Does that even exist? I mean, maybe like if you're an O Mahat, there's Ah, There's a mag, a hair stylist, but I don't know about in San Francisco. You know the President boys Trump talks about his silent majority out there, Me and they got a silent base in San Francisco. You know, there's a bro, a hair stylist left kind of like the boat parade. There's there's hairstylist for Trump right there and stand princes now, you know Nancy Pelosi. It's been one mistake after another. She if I'm Joe Biden, I'm calling up and saying, Hey, just like, you know, Leila, go home or be quiet. I mean, you're you're saying that I shouldn't debate Trump that he had toe come out and push back against now you're doing this like you, causing me problems just enough already and coming up next. I was just going to quit. She backed Joseph Kennedy the third and he went down in flames lost, marking the first Kennedy to ever lose in Massachusetts and their previous record between all of their elections dating back to John Kennedy. Take Kennedy. And the Joseph's 26 wins. Yep. Now they have one loss. And it was the candidate that she backed. You're right. I forgot about that. Another another misstep By Nancy Pelosi coming up. Next, we'll talk about the Kenosha and Portland shootings. I've got some audio from the Kenosha, shooter's attorney that I want to play for you and we'll get fields. His reaction to that. Whether or not what the attorney did was a good idea. So that and more on the way here on PM Tampa Bay. News, traffic and weather. Tampa Bay's news radio W F L A South Florida's iconic ART Basel Not happening this year amid the Corona virus pandemic organizer's postponing the December events to 2021. Also bad news for country music fans as the Tortuga Music Festival has been officially canceled, more than 30,000 families have yet to claim $225 million in refunds from Florida's prepaid college tuition program. Some accounts were paid off early. These would be families that purchased plans during a window from 2008 and on what happened in January was that we rolled back our pricing because we saw that for the past few years. Tuition has actually not gone up. Spokesperson Shannon Colavecchio says. Families have the opportunity to transfer the balance is to whether Children Florida Department of Health Report in 2402 new confirmed cases of Corona virus. 127 deaths confirmed as well with Florida's news I'm Al Lewis. In.

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"mahat" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"mahat" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The shot you create new thieves everyday, he says. Foolish Mahat and Rami rubbed my brothers and uncles. And he did so with Assad's backing. So why the attacks on him by the palace now? Makhlouf didn't respond to NPR's requests for an interview via his Facebook page. Inside and outside Syria. Rumors of flying. Some analysts say it's Russia trying to get money after its support of the regime in the war. Others say the president's wife, Asma, al Assad, is behind it. Sam Dagher, author of a book called Asada. We Burn the country says some of this may be true. But also you have to start with the obvious. Hard create Lee. We know the The Syrian economy is in deep, deep trouble. The situation is dire now. The reconstruction needs of Syria are estimated at anywhere between 352 400 billion on doctor says Weakening Your ally has long been a strategy in the Assad family playbook going back to the father, Hafez al Assad. Where they target people who got too powerful by helping the regime each time the regime emerges from an existential crisis. We've seen this calling off the inner circle. McCluskey has been active in the civil War, even funding some militias and starting a political party. Hardy Francis, a Lebanese journalist and expert on the wall, who says she's spoken with members of the math, Lou family about the matter. Says Romney's expanding influence might have concerned President Assad have a political party. Even some supporters were fighters and their families and you have the social presence and you have the businesses. Ofcourse. They was going to come a time when things had to stop. Francis says. The mag crew family is trying to mediate. The problem is limited to Rommie. It's not the family's problem with the president. And there's a threat that has been put into solving the problems. This is what the family said. It's like I asked, okay. And this was the answer, And she notes. These people are present. These people have fought together. These two regime families, the math proofs, and the Assad's know that ultimately their fates are tied with Sherlock NPR news. And you were listening to all things considered from NPR news. One double U N. Y. C. Some black owned bookstores are facing sudden demand and new customers seeking books. You help navigate America's moment of racial reckoning. We'll have a closer look at what that means for these book sellers coming up next. Also the book Brooklyn rapper Pop Smoke was thought to become a star before he died at the age of 20 last February. We'll have a review of his posthumous debut album. That's just ahead on all things considered state oot. Even a pandemic can't.

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"mahat" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"mahat" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"You're listeningto all things considered from NPR news. In Syria. Rifts at the top of the country's regime are usually kept secret. But as the economy collapses, a power struggle between President Bashar al Assad and the family oligarch has burst into the open. NPR's Ruth Sherlock reports. The battle between tyrant and tycoon unfolds like a really life television drama in this video and others posted to his Facebook page. Rami Makhlouf, the president's cousin, said to be the wealthiest businessman in Syria lays bare his grievances. Belichick, he says the president is attacking his freedom and seizing his assets and the very security forces. He says he helped fund our arresting his employees. Well. The the videos are an extraordinarily public outburst in response to a government takedown of my troops empire. As well as freezing his funds. The government has suspended trading of his telecoms company on the stock market. Syrian state media has labeled him a war profiteer and says he owes taxes maybe $180 million or more. He's even banned from leaving the country. It's a dramatic fall for a man known as Assad's business partner before the war, it was Syrians who singled him out as a symbol of a corrupt regime. Here's an opposition video from 2011 where the activist raps about Rahmi Maruf in Arabic. The shot you create new thieves everyday, he says. Foolish Mahat and Rami rubbed my brothers and uncles. And he did so with.

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"mahat" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

10:59 min | 2 years ago

"mahat" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"Is spring. I'm GONNA give her a prescription for American a Constitutional Republic and human race survival. And I put together a video with produce by the way our president and I put an image of him as Superman in the front of the video. And you actually. ABC's if you look at my newsletter if you want it. I'll send you the link straight I. It's about thirty six minutes and it covers everything I discussed. Every major problems include the ones we discussed on this show and others every health problems including healthcare every problem with the ecosphere in terms of the danger of a criminal message action or an incoming asteroid or comet. We just had one whip by in in Halloween and Halloween. That actually was the city crasher. That missed US less than four thousand miles above the earth surface and our communications as wrote a twenty two thousand miles at the I layers of the Vet Island radiation belt. People don't understand that we have apotheosis coming out of the ancient Egyptian term for the destroyer the three times larger than the one that killed the dinosaurs kennesaw sixty million years ago. Remember the age of the dinosaurs started with an asteroid and ended with an asteroid. People don't know that it only on too much of anything to be honest with the average public like all there aren't ignorant or stupid they're uninformed or there is informed they believe blather from their church their politicians their universities or their lawyers lawyers or the people that speak in the news. I called the snooze. Don't call it news anymore. Called US news if you watch too much rocky point drops every minute watching MS LSP CNN or Ms Lsp LSD or the criminalist network or other cable networks and even Fox News has got people like Caputo and Wallace trying to attack. The president would have no damn right to do so no basis logic or evidence. I'm really angry about what's going on in the public needs to wake up and when they want to attack attacked ego remove guests have monologue rather than dialogue. Wake up people is not going to happen. You don't like it or not the radio suffering irony because you will listen to me on health issues or geopolitical. Our nation's going to have a coming thermo nuclear chemical and biological ward. I work with reserve admiral. WHO's a nine hundred ninety eighty seven? I mean expert. I was point man for the Federal Government with a female director. CDC AND FBI. I'm not just a peripheral guy. You KNUCKLEHEADS UNITA you to smarten up and listen if you want me to shut up. Shut up the radio turn it off. I'm sick and tired of people thinking they WanNa complain about diggle interrupting his guests. I want what my guest to speak but I wanNA connect support what you say and I will pay to make sure you get in front of trump because if that man trump doesn't get us into proper logic and evidence he's GonNa be miserable president going to march us over the cliff like lemmings into the new world order and the Global Matrix. He's GonNa end up resulting either either after his presidency you're during it resulting thermonuclear exchange. Where three hundred million Americans will dinosaur Manipur Flash and if you think? He's doing everything right. Yeah he may be well intentioned attention but the intentions of someone well meant mentioned or not check with prayer with most I god are by their definition evil and I want demand not evil level. I WANNA pray for goes we will deliver just like Hillary Rodham I call rotten Clinton who's engulfed by transcendental entity or Podesta other monsters are actually actually running things like their former British prime minister. There's a monster people need to know. You GotTa pray for your fellows are lost men and women are brothers and sisters of the devil and dwells them. We're we're going to take them down to hell and destroy their soul. But guess what if we don't take action and I'm telling you if you think being a Christian as easy sneezing bucket cookies. You're an idiot idiot. And you're going to suffer for it. That's why if somebody percent of Americans are pro-life Christians. Why the hell do we have abortion? Why do you have elder care and euthanasia? Why why do we have people? Eighty percent of people going bankrupt because the healthcare costs where at least trump is doing things like publishing the cost of healthcare. So we can start getting some real competition. I have a plan plan to solve each one of these in everyone of these problems because most I got inspires me. I am the Moses of this day. If you don't damn all listen to me you're GONNA suffer. You'RE GONNA suffer people so stop making stupid complaints saying you interrupt your guests if you don't WanNA listen. You'RE GONNA suffer for House that John That's true. Yeah and I'm I'm tired of it. I'm tired of people saying well. I just want you to shut up. Well you know what if you think you have enough evidence and logic and don't do it having tax because I had enough of that stupid stuff and I don't care if you do have good evidence you can. I can be trained rain by GRANDMA'S GREG grade three if she's got good evidence and logic but if you think you can call them to my show intellectually feds with diggle God help you because I will do it intellectual conversation sakes it's GonNa hurt like hell is not going to be funny. This is not coast to coast radio. Or somebody trying to kiss your butt and make you feel good. I WanNa make you feel truth and it's GonNa hurt truce going into is going to be hurting. Okay it's like jumping into a coal lake with ice in it but it's GonNa feel good after a few minutes and you come out and good Mahat Saana. You gotTA understand people. Our society is living in Eliah crecy our churches. Our politicians are universities. Everything in the public domain remains teaching us to not think and become victims. You become lemmings. Running over the cliff or little Brag That's why we have people like David Dis with with his people magazine. So Johnny went you. Give a prescription. What you'd say this president needs to do to save our nation? What would you say to him? Well first of all these sides strategic defense F. B. I. which we refer to now is The missile defense system. which is I give a very very involved? Update six months ago called laser net in from the update brilliant pebbles which by the way Ronald Reagan. Reagan after he got informed by Space Command told Mikhail garbage. Evan I talked to four star general. That was between these two men in the eighties and Gorbachev freaked out. Because does he realized but actually Linda Russia's pushing that if we develop this we want to share it with the Russian and Chinese and nobody is to be fearful in the future of a human population dying from an incoming missile with a thermonuclear chemical or biological scaler weapon. Okay the human race needs to survive this. We become brides brides. The most I got so we off planet become literally the doer of good to a cosmos and galaxies. We tear for Mars and Titan and we spread across the beltre's of up tinny asteroids of the ancient planet was destroyed an intergalactic war which spread to nearby star systems have galactic trade. That's our destiny to be the wife. Hyphen Creator God in this universe. This the Queen of the heavens and you gotta get a live here people that traditions going to be painful because Satan is here to abort the human women race and so far things. Don't look good too. They know they don't Dr Diggle as just pointed out Doing Away with a quality. Human being is The policy nowadays Waimea we've got boring. They got a board it one point. Five billion yeah And some it would have had the greatest minds There's there might have even been potential Dr Laura J W spring Don't worry may at birth cause any profit. The Devil tries to kill you from the moment of birth. I was delay baby. He's at resurrect me. Four Times since birth and I'm here still talking blathering blathering. Even though other people want me to shut up and let them on a log on not gonNA frigging happen. Okay now John I'm GonNa give you viewpoints on my end number one we missile defense. We need border defense. We need to stop the. Sad from managing the drug trade human trade in urban trade including with corrupt countries like Communist China making all occur Fidel. We need to stop the inclusion of toxic drugs into our culture from drug cartels and drug companies ternary uptake inhibitors of people. So when you get to come back undertaking PROZAC. I've changed the name. I Call Kill you Jack. You give our troops this because he's got. PTSD EIGHTY S. I guess what you have no ambitious kill themselves in their family all right and if you together mother takes these Damn Drugs Charles. Got Our forty to sixty percent chance more the child will have. Add ADHD your brain damage. Did you know that that's published now. Okay I am sick of people who are uninformed managing acid healthcare our geopolitical a religious realms. I'M NOT GONNA put up with it as they say. I'm the Modern Day Moses and I want people to know this I want you to who cling to the truth like cling to your God. The most powerful thing you can do is prayer. Pray to God in the them stones in your soul. Say What what should I do next. God and don't be fearful dying if you're not going to destroy the body as Jesus said you show her how much she father in the flesh fi here he who can destroy destroy the soul of that is. It's not the devil. He can only pervert the soul destroying God because when grace runs out all all of the last judgement and our nation's getting really damn short on grace people like me are keeping the nation from being destroyed John W Spring Patriots like the Iran Abraham Lott when Lott was taken out of Sediment Gomorrah Angel said we will bring destruction we take you out of the city. His wife wanted to go back which is why they have a pillar. In Israel call the pillar of salt of Lot's wife loudly realize when God removed two piece of safety the Real Patriots and the Christians in this nation he's is going allow the destruction of America. That's coming isn't it. Yes I'm talking about people not participating things that really bad it like today. I put up news this morning about them saying by twenty twenty two. They're going to connect engineer super babies by genetic crisper technology. Oh my God. I don't mind getting rid the disease but the idea of creating superhumans. They're trans human with genes from from jackals and other species including animal and plant. It's disgusting and it's why God destroyed. The human race was a flood of Noah. Yes so I would say the four points number one we need you have an economy that let's fair doesn't allow stealing of technology by China. We needed to stop the idea of advancing towards a matrix for data companies data. Gather like the movie Silicon Valley of series series so they can have a matrix. Track everything you do and eventually hack into your consciousness and no like minority report. The attentions of your hearts rested for pre-crime number three. They need to have the resurrection of God being over this nation every other nation with God you do not have God's.

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"mahat" Discussed on Reel Chat

Reel Chat

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"mahat" Discussed on Reel Chat

"They're still remastered and not just this is the raw stuff you saw. In the cinemas. It needs to be remastered to have the road to the latte. Save is fixed without the stuff added but yet needs that cleanup still yeah. I think it's what everyone wants. I mean it goes without saying doesn everyone wants the original versions of the movies. They grew up in the best possible quality. It's pretty simple really yeah something. We've yet to receive yet. Look i agree. I think i think that's definitely what is needed but i'm skeptical because mahat's being torn out and ripped and stumped on so many times that i'm just not sure it's going to happen. Look a living heart a new harp talk that you know that we do get that through school version that has been edited and has brought to today's standard four k. I've done my wife but a definitely would buy those three versions and i'll burn the specialization it but yeah it's an something we haven't touched on. Is that all the youth of today and the ones. That's that sort of grew up special editions. That's all then when they caught. Watch the original version so i think you know re-releasing the originals in a four k. version at the theatrical i think will really help for us to then sell it to the generation now because they don't understand what all the hype is about because all they know is judge agi beings and also stuff like they they don't get and we've talked about this. In the past i think on rogue one that the people who were born in the nineties or in the two thousands actually quite like the pre caused because that's what they don't have the sentimentality that we do to those original movies so certainly for the younger generation they'll be fine whatever it is it's totally just alle generation that back that way yeah definitely and i think people want the choice simple as that they do not care how many to us disney to us. They do listen right. The people want the choice. I don't care how many changes george lucas makes to return the can release twenty-five but as long as we can choose to watch the version asian of the film that we prefer in the best possible quality one day and we've been waiting this long if it happens one day then that's the holy grail for styles fans isn't that the cost to the music guys are good old legend himself john williams who's doing the school for episode. Nine isn't pretty sure he is yes. Billions now nine hundred years yeah. I'm not sure that he was a lot older than george. Lucas was when i met yes definitely so they put him out of retirement for these cycles they did say he composed and conducted the film score ten of the jet with performances by the london symphony orchestra. Did you guys know as well if you look at the orchestration credits in this film. There's a name aim that still fans might recognize a one thomas newman. Did you know that john i know so he was involved in some capacity which is really interesting. Thomas newman did like american beauty eighty and <hes> finding nemo and shawshank redemption was one of his as well yeah we did speak about one.

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"mahat" Discussed on Leading Rebels

Leading Rebels

12:05 min | 3 years ago

"mahat" Discussed on Leading Rebels

"Of the leading ripples podcast in this episode on rebel moves and talking you too Elizabeth Epo who actually is a really interesting story slash stories to share about what of them being deported from the U._S. but there's much more to it at. It's much much soc- what she's done since then what her outlook on that experience has been and I don't WanNa take too much away so I'm GonNa jump right into saying hi Elizabeth Hi Welcome. We're bringing the show. I like to start actually asking something a little more random so you're currently in Portugal and you surf. I know that fact so did you go surfing today. Are you somewhere where it's not that easy easy to get to the waves. I didn't go sift today and it's very easy to go surfing where I am so it's really good weather today for surfing so there is no excuse for not surfing today. It's made me more jealous because it's actually pretty much back to winter Germany now. Berlin we had a very short war spell and now it's back to being very cold. Hopefully also also we're up at some some Sun. Yes these definitely it's a movie that you WanNa just share with a listener a little bit about yourself. Just what you're currently doing and then we'll backtrack and see all the things that got you to where you're today on K. so yes I am living currently in Portugal and I mainly the job aw passion is I'm a P._i.. Expert Public Relations and I support innovative start ups and projects that they fly the world world knows about them and that's like my main thing I do weld wild and this I can do from here also here in Portugal so that's great. I can do this really every every day. Every night. The time zones doesn't it and then but my impassioned also is yoga and I teach yoga here in Portugal and I do also yoga retreats and that's right now what I do here I offered a yoga retreats in September and October and I wanNA share my hi experiences what we will talk about in these <unk> sheets with other people so they learned from my experience that will definitely go take back that also I'm. I also love Yoga. I tried to do at least a little bit every day and it definitely makes a difference on the day so yes definitely but actually we're going to be the okay because I did not do it today like surfing. I had no excuse I didn't do it so sometimes as a day you don't do it and it's totally fine. It'd be also good so you definitely if we have a I'm going to say dish marks a lifestyle or life that you've built that a lot of people are married would love to have but of course he didn't just start with this. What were the the three rebel moves? That got you where you are today. That's a very interesting question and I think it's very difficult to pinpoint them like this I had to I think a lot about this and I would save just to be concise. 'cause if not I kind of trail off. I stopped working in my highly paid career Korea job with a very very big Jim Worldwide Corporation and I stopped at DOPP without having a plan B. I just said I can't do this anymore. I don't want anymore that other people tell me how I should change and then don't change so I was employed as a change maker and I I was not able to change anything and that was kind of like really frustrating so that was my first point my first rebel move. I would say then another one loss that I sold all my belongings after my first husband finished our relationship out of the blue and I just I sold everything so what I know now. It's like like you can put it in one little van. It's like six to seven boxes and it was my second rebel. Move where I'm like okay. What do I do with all these things? I don't Oh need them. I don't need them and then the third move was that after being deported from America and I think we will go through this again. I decided not to be a victim. I decided to take my life in my hands and see what my part in this whole story is in how I can change it around that it is something good for me me that I learned something from it and I can excel and be more powerful than I was before definitely admire that and I think it takes a lot of strengthen time to reflect not to get to that point and I lifted want to talk more about that but I want someone to start with the first month that you said because as you said you know you're also German and especially stopping something very safe without having a plan is not necessarily something that is promoted. Let's say how do the people around you react to. How did you have the strength to steal feel like it's going to be okay like I don't need to have this completely planned out start to finish? That's very good question because I before doing that. I did already other things like this. I'm somebody I don't think so much in the future. I'm like hey this doesn't work. I have to change it and then I tried to change it so I really really said hey guys. I'm not here you have expectations of me to be a change makeup but you have to give me the resources you have to give me the responsibilities and they said No. We can't Honky to you right now and I said okay. I'm not living on this earth to just kind of like dumble around dissuaded. Something happens to me so I have to make a decision in this us when I did it and then afterwards somebody told me like Oh you finished your job going without knowing what you do afterwards and I realized only at that point that it's true yeah. I had no idea what I will do afterwards and it just kind of never occurred to me that I didn't have a plan to be for me. It was just in that moment didn't work so a lot of people were just telling me afterwards like Oh my God I admire you. You have no plan afterwards and he's still doing that. It was really very very precious and very high job ahead. I mean it was not Tsk like a little job at the reception. What is not bad either but it's just people were like Oh my God you achieved all this <unk> thrown away and I'm like yeah yes? I feel bad at all. It was more like I was really surprised. How people think how they live their lives? I was so surprised about it and people at Miot me for this sir. I was like you can't do this to nobody's holding you back yeah but I think as the saying goes. If you don't see it you can't be it in that sauce on on a bigger scale but in a smallest go like this people don't see it doesn't as an option because they don't see anybody else doing that so you have so they make sample. There hopefully also inspired some people to take more ownership over. They do <music> after save. Some people afterwards quit the job to and the same area I mean something's changed afterwards for a little while saying that it was me but it just was it wasn't very interesting experience for me because I was not aware that people live like that. My fault at one point number would I also liked is the fact that you didn't in English. Quit right away but you rather saw situation. It wasn't working tried. I actively to do something to change it. You know you went to them and we're like hey. I need things to make this work and only when they said like no. We can't give that to you then. You're like okay but that I have to change something but it wasn't like an immediate like Oh. This is not working. I'm GONNA leave it. It was <music>. I'm trying to do the best I can hear and trying to fix it so it works for everybody. That's on option. Then the next one is of course then something My Stott into the freelance and self employment area where I always wanted to go so I kind of like jumped okay in surfing you say trump in and then suddenly the wave I could raise the ride the wave I always wanted to write. I would have never done myself employment without with this project that gave me after leaving so that was like the Stott into my action communication P._I.. Work what is it's a gift. I am very thankful to them. Thinking vessels an interesting point because a lot of people WANNA start a new chapter in the life in some way. It's it's like oh I have to burn the bridges. Everything that happens often not true. It's like you know you can transition and find connections that makes sense so that you know works at. It doesn't just like you off completely what we used to do and be it was a very interesting time in my life was kind of one door closed and a lot of open again really beautiful to see an actually that brings me to the next thing though because you're saying you're not so attached in that sense to me things or or careers or titles or whatever and that was an interesting being choice that you said that after your husband ended your marriage that you decided to sell it and move and nurture surfin do all these things where did that feeling come mm from rather than saying oh in this not so easy time. I'm going to rather go back to things in familiar with and you know half the people. I have instead say hey. I'm going to try something completely but you knew ain't GonNa see where that goes. That's infesting fest. Where does that come from? I think I always wanted to follow my heart that I think this just how I am. I always wanted to follow my heart and I not I didn't do it. Always I'm not saying that I did it always but when I was a child already my mom didn't let me do belly away. She said I should be a strong woman. Strong girl and bellies nothing strong women and I loved belly. I wanted to be a dense so with eleven the old and I was a very shy girl. I cold the ballet school in my towel and registered by myself with eleven years old. I'm like I WANNA go there and I called them and asked for the timings and everything and then at the end my mom supported by paying it but I was the one who made this move. I was with eleven years already like I want to do this. So I think for me. It's always what does my hot want. What is Mahat really here for and that's the same thing what happened? When my ex-husband finished the relationship it was a shock for me but I also thought like okay? This is a chance now to not do the same mistakes again. I did before four and so I'm like hey. What do I love and I love the ocean? I started surfing when it all happened. I'm not a good stiffer. Don't get me wrong. I love it. I love of it. I enjoy it and when you serve you can just be in the moment. You have nothing else you have to think about so this is my therapy and then suddenly fill the surfing ongoing everyday surfing. I realized things I didn't realize before I was just like hey. Why do I have all these things? I never missed them. I never missed any any of this and so it's Malaika might drive is what does my hot want and I'm not always very good listening to it so there was this possibility where equity listen to it while during the surf and I think this is my way of doing things it's like really like life. Puts me back into like hey. What are you doing here and I'm like suddenly Yak yeah? What am I doing here and then suddenly I kind of like full Mahad again? That's the perfect transition no but following on your heart. I think that that's a key piece of your story would spend both both rear end in your personal life. How did maybe let's let's back up to the beginning of that story? How how did you go from so you build a new life at the ocean? You found a new career. You serve your you. Write your have yoga if all these parts in your life how how did you come to the accident Hawaii yeah. That's a very long story. Had I was working for on the mazing project. It's called the salon impulse at the first plane flew around world the solar energy and it's also something I always my heart always wanted to do and I made it sure that I go there and do it so I was hired by them to do the whole press wordpress media relations and we flew around ruled not disallow plane but S._M.. <hes> a team in the following team at one point we were in Hawaii with his plane and we had to stay there for two three months and I fell in love with Hawaii.

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"mahat" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

11:50 min | 3 years ago

"mahat" Discussed on KGO 810

"Jong. Joe Jack Armstrong and Joe Getty who radio talk show. Thing. And here's their response rocket man rocket man going into space. This is a decline. And now he. Armstrong and Getty. You're listening to the best of the Armstrong and Getty show, rural life in the past was a battle for survival. This, this Gallo wrote this piece for human progress dot org. Did a city living one as well? It's really interesting. But I wanted to concentrate on this one. Which would have been the majority of people them. What's that rural life? Correct. The people on this far. Industrialization, European society was bifurcated. That means cut into between a small minority of the very rich and the vast majority of the majority of the very poor, perhaps, if you'd like an ideological umbrella to stand under while I told us to you. We live in the most income, unequal time in history. That sort of thing. Constantly, being told how miserable life is and the government needs to do something about it. The the best estimates. They can get as during the reign of Louis, the fourteenth was when Jack seventeen hundred eighteen and nobody knows estimated that the French population consisted of ten percent. Rich people fifty percent very poor. And that's the second level of rich very poor drops from within second-place guessing by poor. They don't mean poor in the United States where you've got only one card set. A two X XBox air conditioning, originator freezer. Yeah. Okay. I'll get to that, though. So you got ten percent, rich fifty percent. Very poor thirty percent near beggars, so they can occasionally feed themselves and ten percent beggars. I mean technically when I was living downtown, that's where I was. I was near beggars Mahat. No, no. That's they don't mean proximate tobacco's that you mean you're you're near begging yourself. Yeah, right here, pert near beggar. Right. As soon as you finish that half a Cup of wheat. You'll be begging. Let's see. And sure enough, they go through a couple of populations. Nine to twelve percent beggars with absolutely no means of support whatsoever. And you think what are a lot of beggars around here, wherever you live. Well, yeah. But if you live in a metro area of say, you know, I don't know a million people. There are a hundred thousand people begging. Yeah. So there's a little taste on account of rural life in sixteenth, century Lamberti, Mcgann were in France found that the peasants live on wheat, and it seems to us that we can disregard their other expenses because is the shortage. We that induces the labors to raise their way of saying. Yes. Once you pronounce the agent wants you didn't. I like it. When you do pronounciation. Okay fair enough. Wheat. What they're driving at is in fifteenth century England eighty percent of private expenditure went on food eighty percent of that amount. Twenty percent with sprint spent on bread alone by comparison in recent years in the US only ten percent of private expenditures, spent on food, a figure, which is itself inflated by the amount Americans spend in restaurants, so all right? So it could be much less if six percent, and we eat more than we have to write another percent or two. Right. Twenty percent of their food budget was bread. I mean come on to tell the low carb diet able ages. Yeah. Get on it. Eighty percent went to food. Let's see is Johan Norberg noted in progress. Ten reasons to look forward to the future. This is during the eighteenth century, now the seventeen hundreds, it was common for children to start working from seven years of age. I talked to my kids about that. They're working conditions varied, but one sixteenth century ordinance in Lamberti found that supervisors of work in ricefields, quote, bring together, a large number of children, adolescents against whom they practice. Barbarous cruelties. They do not provide these poor creatures with the necessary food and make them labor as slaves by beating them, and treating them more harshly than galley slaves. So that many of the children die miserably in the farms in neighboring fields. So those are white people in fields being starved and beaten to death routinely in Europe and their children. There's your middle ages. I was going to make a joke about how kids are actually bad employees got dark real quick. Yeah. Appreciate the impulse. Now they would be bad employees, the idealized imagery, rural life portrayed by romantic painters. Philosophers poets fraud, a modern reader with a highly skewed sense of reality says this one historian we do know that the mass of the population lived in a state of undernourishment, this gave rise among other things, too serious forms of avatar minosos deficit vitamins wide spread filth was also the cause of troublesome and painful skin diseases to this must be added this in certain areas, the endemic presence of malaria, or the deleterious effects of restricted matrimony selection, which cave rise took cretinism, a bunch of fancy words, inbreeding saying, there is so much filth and disease. You're in constant pain, and there were so few nonrelatives around the inbreeding actually resulted in, in deformity. So that's, that's the main part of it. And why did you wanna tell us I just think it's be respectful for our times. Oh, the other thing. You're better off than that, that adjusted for inflation, the average person at the end of the nineteenth century, right before the dawn of the twentieth century every person in the US was living on about a buck ninety five a day adjusted for inflation. You barely could feed yourself in your children and only if you worked all day long, and then, you know, the free market and industrialization came in the rest of it. And. And everybody standard of living exploded. And yet, now we're more anxious and depressed. And. All that than ever makes you stop. And think it does. This is an odd beasts human base. If you did try to explain to those people why you or your children are so anxious and unhappy, it'd be it'd be difficult from, but you're not gonna starve by no, no, no, I'm not gonna starve there's no chance of that, right? Going to happy about see the only thing I think about all day every day. You've talked to some brother and sister. They're they're married. They've got seven kids. Two of them all already been worked to death. And the, the man's got some sort of terrible skin disease that he got from the S and P running through the streets and year explaining to him. Why? You're depressed. I you know, I, I think it's useful to count our blessings. I don't think we do it enough. I think for one thing or surrounded number one, no source number two. Well, not many sores I think, you know, we have an entire media apparatus social media, feeding reasons to be unhappy all the time I was talking to Jack during the commercials that God this exchange between a couple of people on Twitter. A prominent musician and a critic of his they're both in wildly different worlds. I mean like one has. Idea, what the other one's talking about just different sets of facts, and they're very, very angry at each other, and they're saying terrible things to each other. That thinking y'all are bringing me down now, so I don't know. Couch blessings. It's just good advice, number one. No sores counting the very few source for yourself. So we've been telling you about the, the impossible, impossible meet, and then the other one beyond me, this is two different companies that are competing for we got the best fake meat out there. And I still haven't tried any of this, but it's supposed to be fantastic. They want to be much like beef or hamburger, whatever is, is anything has ever been and so beyond me is going public, and it's going to be in Kroger's targets thirty five thousand outlets across the country. Last year revenues eighty million dollars Babo by it's exploding. And then when you say going public, you mean marketing or untraded. I see. Had a couple of good years, and now they're going public, and they're gonna they're in all these different places. And then there's the other one their competitor the impossible meet the impossible Walker. Tested at Burger King in Saint Louis, went incredibly well, and there are plans to extend the test to more markets around the country and just, just the idea that this is common this is coming to, to you. And Burger King is targeting a nationwide distribution of the impossible Walker by the end of the year. I will definitely try one although. I don't know. That's the best comparison Burger King McDonald's, this kind of hamburgers, don't taste like hamburgers to start with. I don't know. Case to me is always tasted a little more like closer than McDonald's, right dole. I we had burgers on the grill this weekend. Completely different base. There's a lot wrong with our food system says these people producing meat by raising animals on factory farms produces tons of greenhouse gases analysts think we can't tackle climate change without tackling the emissions from these animals, that would be flatulence. Animals in close quarters are fed low dose, antibiotics constantly so that it would make one another six which contributes to antibiotic resistance. I don't know how much of antibiotic resistance is that I don't know, humans Roper using them I drive through kind of a rural area on my way home. And there's a sign guys selling Angus beef steaks at his ranch. I guess that's funny. I wanna stop and get some but it seems weird to me. I don't know. I don't know. Just like slice. Some off or one epoch. Outstanding there is a little off. Racially not probably won't do that. Okay. Especially. Them, especially sweet sees you with all your source. Got to one or two ninety three percent of beyond me customers by regular meat to suggesting the company succeeded in making something that appeals to meters and might become more of a I like meat but I don't wanna eat it as often as I do. So I'll have this some days and then, like, maybe every Friday night, I'll have a real stake or something. I don't know. Although it tastes the same. Why would you ever have a real stake? None on the other end. Why would ever not have a real stake? My supposed to not eat these. Why am I not supposed to eat my meat? I mean I mean I'm enjoying good for you. Do they colon? Well care right now. My Golan bend over you. Too much meat. Not good for the don't do it for my view. If, if you believe that there is a non zero affect on the, the greenhouse gas things. The antibiotic resistant like the those to me are the magnets to pull away from eating traditional meets depending on how much you believe that information to be accurate. It could be a heck of a lot cheaper to I mean, we bought we bought some decent. Try tip over the weekend. It was dang expensive. Now, this got to be cheaper and now and I gotta admit I love the meat. I'm no no granola weirdo, but you got these enormous cattle farms and hog.

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"mahat" Discussed on The Fast Growth Podcast

The Fast Growth Podcast

13:03 min | 3 years ago

"mahat" Discussed on The Fast Growth Podcast

"Hey guys welcome to another episode of quantum growth podcast today. I've got a guest special guest. His name is steve. Jazz stave as a mentor and entrepreneur helping musicians make a fulltime living doing what they love his founder and c._e._o. Of <hes> <hes> you sam call universal school of music and he's a mentor entrepreneur helped thousands of missions to allow and turn the knowledge skill and experience into professional carrier our welcome steve welcome to the podcast. Thanks jiang. Thank you for having me on bone at all. I did it really quickly. So do you want to add anything onto that in the introduction. What else do you do look. I'm pretty much summed it. I'm any team of seven at the moment here u._s. Sim at studios <hes> by st nom in the western region of melbourne and the moment you you know where i'm working on a number of big projects <hes> to look into expanding dots him. I'm but apart from what you said <hes> yeah. I'm a family man. I've got two kids and leave. Luckily as well being a resident here in the west and windham for now ten years them awesome love it yeah yeah what are you help so look i particularly have <hes> of asean addition to my team and managing the team <hes> and sort of looking off the the sound marketing and the development of a business i work with clients who <hes> at a bit of a turning point and fulltime musicians nations basically who was you can say about ten years ago working at some telstra and or full working fulltime job nana five but did a lot of training. There was a musician after pretty much you know in in rehearsals doing gigs on the weekends planning corp cover showers tribute shows touring all those things and looking for a way to make music fulltime income so for me that was <hes> that was really important to may star. I particularly typically look for people who are ready to make that jump so you so you studied music at the university that's right to study music at the conservatorium i'm and did many many many house of practice everyday learning piano and then started branching out and doing basically try and get my hands on whatever work on cooed would you know branching out a lot like to sing hannah bosnian getting bands and cover bands <hes> and then only at twenty six twenty seven was the time i realized on <hes> some pretty cool things about universal laws that some change a mindset and hence the school music was born awesome so what was the time writer taking back to the time when the change happens he. I know that i come from a corporate background as well till win was a time when you decided taking back to that moment was a time when he actually made the call like enough is enough today's the day. I'm just gonna resign. We're gonna stop dot something a school or something else how to transition happened. Yeah who questions so that that was really the defining moment for me when i <hes> took that step dipa carrying <unk> step of faith rather to tune bachman something that i love full time so i was basically about twenty six vicks and at the time i it's housetrained sows and became an accounting sec sort of weaving up the ranks and enjoy the job. I could see the help. I could fall into this complacency trap. If i didn't make a move that could easily they just continued on having a safety net and doing gigs awakens weakens but someone at overheard me talking about some the law of attraction at a rooftop hani in the docklands one dying and that was tom way in the book. Secret was really big. Raucous yes sacred and i you know i really really represented with a lot of what the secret you you know talks about but <hes> a friend of a friend of a friend. Actually i've heard instead siegler if you love laura attraction if you incident soil starve you you need to check out. This guy and i was like well. Tell me more on so. She told me more about what he does what he teaches some of the concepts. It got got a date but he's basically said. Save is going to blow your mind on never forget that one friday. She said i went along. I was across the not going thing that night. You know it was called. It was winter. I was living up north and miss was and the southeastern suburbs coming from telstra tied so talk hi ron. I'm so tired. I thought i just did it anyway. I thought you know what some something foamy. I just went along and loam hauled in when i heard this man speak it really resonated and you know it's hooked a lot about not stem scaling <hes> your all your growth in you know your mind talking about the quantum mind and quantum mechanics and metaphysics and for me that was it was was the first time i think emma life summit had joined the dots for me in terms of you know even the drains achieving that fulltime musician will asta that i was always wanting to create so what happened that <hes> workshops he you went in there and <hes>. What do you want to share the name of the person and the organization where you show so m._j. Seminars <hes> and <hes> yes sir nearby perth nineteen around for a little while now <hes> that was just the beginning anyhow is just really the big <hes> the tip of the aspect for me and so you know some of the things that really resonated with was the holiday of limiting limiting beliefs and then at eighty-five percent belief systems are already credited before you're even ten yet and when i'm realized that started seeing some of the dots connect for oh me <hes> just had a glimpse of that and sign up to that weekend program <hes> i think it was about two thousand dollars and for me that time that was the first first time i ever had it took that step to invest that amount of money into something that wasn't an instrument or a musically related <hes> <hes> you know and there was nothing really tangible that i could hold the tanka life so for me. That was a really big step but jagged now at the end of the awake they can live in my perception. Everything changed forever and i can tell you absolute certainty that every day of my life what i learned that way again. I've implemented carried with me. That's i think this is a very good point turn. You didn't actually just learned it on the weekend and you sort of get it through with it. You took the steps. He applied you implemented a you took action on that as well right so that's absolutely you know a lot of people i still have contact with some of the people that we need that first group but they didn't fill out that into the subsequent <hes> module and the third mojo needle three modules that was about a year in half to two years but had to really integrate and ought to recalibrate and just like you could say i was into a new reality so i had to learn to adapt to this new reality before could even i can call now ready for the next level. <hes> some people just go bowling but but for me i realise it's an actually implemented the work and i am nyum. Thankfully i teach a lot of those principles now so initially that would have been really hard right to working for somebody eld and then starting. How did you actually start to actually come out and started <hes>. I'm just gonna do open up a school. Call u._s. Sam <hes> how did that actually transition transition happened. Take me back to the time yes sure so i i can tell you right now so the three programs that i did and now as i said the first one was that weekend and <hes> then the stick one was off for a i think it was two or three months away the second program <hes> i delay those programs <hes> because i just gained so much in on you i had to adjust and i i guess i was i think a caught up into the the the the same reality in sort of felts <hes> i see a certain confident that i was struggling between his is to two realities now so i end up doing all three and on the third program that was a whole five days in on that fed program i was giving. We need to write much of a mission statement. <hes> which which i now call my mission juvenile and my clients freight that's basically my blueprint print <hes> for everything not just my business but for my spiritual life my physical f._m. Relationships seven areas and i read this every day. This is my compass so enable not processed jag was really hard for me just even cook panda piper and to give myself mission to write in the with design this life that i wanna create 'cause i guess this assist these things would have taught me at school and really gave me permission to kinda guy. You're allowed to draymond even remember back. You know what's important to you and now down and just hold me accountable and say i don't remember mitch mitch's that may facilitate that meeting amelia michelle breath mistakes you write that thing you know you you make sure you knew rodney mission journal and need to set with absolute conviction in colorado and i just took that right that thing and i read that thing a and and even said to me look you summarize this this whole thing into twenty five words or less and and that's that's basically who you become a new stand for an even that prices took me six months to can apply with the woods and croft and then all of a sudden to get from that to sharing with paypal was another quantum late phone right but i did it by did it and that from that point on solves inspired boy music had music music which i love and i was like servants of music live and all of a sudden i realized something just as inspiring in this universe and he's in his life and these were these is quantum minds and you know i like the ones that quantum classical physics physical laws don't apply in quantum world and the net at alone just like blew in my mind. I realized wow this is where creation actually happens in this quantum world and i was so inspired by that and mainly somebody's universal principles calls this twelve of them and i thought alania hall on august made this quantum shift on stunner think more like an entrepreneur now getting out of my a comfort bubble and sing opportunities and sonic crises massive connections in often getting all this inspiration. I must teach others. These principles convinced that i'm universal school music so this is the way he got started when you came out of digitally go out and resigned from a job in saying i'm going to go and start my business business. How did that happen. Well with lauren. Sidney universalism synchronicity at the time actually was done really really well it did but at the same time i was really schedule aw i remember standing looking at simple cathedral you nuts rights to catch the training having to walk walk to the straight <hes> softball tale. That's where i work and i just remember like this kind of i of security distribute and i was like what am i going to do like hell vulnerable and help us. I am not <hes>. I was ending probably about twelve and bucks a week. It's time and a thought to but there was his trust and knowing inside me at that point that i was yet to figure something much. We'll bigger than than me. <hes> because i'd already at that point i really liked some foundations down and <hes> well actually ideal three programs to be on a spider at that point but this was perfect and and i think you know want my manager could save that. My focus was no longer. Mahat was long available somewhere else yet. It was used the band and things like that in my language changing and universe supply is that the model was there and it supplied. That's a that's. That's pretty cool. Advise right. I two things just align itself for when you know what you want and i think most bulla on on some of the guys probably don't even understand these concepts because we haven't been taught but when you know what you want and you work towards that everything sort of aligns to make it happen it's funny and this and this is something we try to teach you and we do and we join the dots and giving examples things like parkinson's law and i..

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"mahat" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"mahat" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"I and then I look at the Pac twelve having just three bids. You know what? I mean. That's that's Brockman perfect four has made. The parents everybody said Duke, four to state Virginia, North Carolina. If that does happen by the way, not the final four but that national championship game. Oh, yeah. Oh and dill to you hoops. What are these ACC homers? What is going on here? Mahat it. No, you guys are so ACC del tufo all have Duke beating North Carolina and the championship game, which is about time will revolve taking drama out contest. If that were to have you picked all four number one. It's only happened three times in the last up. So, but I went, you know, can't to way to put your heart into. I'm taking the clown. Mega. We took a lot of time. How many if that was just to happen Duke North Carolina would that be possibly one of the highest rated national championship game? We've seen. We just think the hype surrounding these games, right? The first matchup rock Obama's sitting courtside to resign. Williamson last thirty seconds before shoe explodes. Maybe the most viral moment of the college basketball season. Then he sits out the second game. And then they meet in the ACC semifinals and Siahaan takes over down the stretch and carries Duke to to you know, to a one point win if they met in the championship game. I mean, you're talking like bird and magic type ratings. I think back back in nineteen seventy it would be that huge of a game. I think it will be. And I think the reason why will be huge will because it's the one and done because we know that this matchup. We will never ever see it again, North Carolina has a couple of guys who have been there for like, Luke maye, North Carolina. For seventeen years, and I kind of coaches what you were talking about yesterday. It would just be a man. No, people kind of get sick of it. You know across the country, but you're talking about the best possible championship game matchup, but you mentioned the fab five earlier. Right. Remember when the fab five went to the championship game all freshmen were like they're all coming back though. We're going to see that again like they were like the favorite favorite. But they were one of those start. You know, what I mean like they made it back. They made it back with this championship game. If it does happen. But with Duke North Carolina, we already know that it's probably not going to happen again. But like the cast of characters will change. Gone trade Jones might be gone the players North Carolina, coach K and ROY Williams. They'll still be there. Yeah. It it's a dream up. I think for CBS for ESPN for college bass, it's the dream match-up. It be awesome. Yeah. It's a match basketball going on. And I'm I hope that we get a dream match-up of they're still baseball to cover to. We haven't talked much about baseball. There was a baseball game. By the way today. I know this morning. Yes. This morning. The Oakland Athletics are now Owen to in this year's two thousand nineteen. Seattle. Mariners are to knows they win plan over at the Tokyo dome in the international opening series. If you wanna call it. So the Mariners they sweep the two game open and Sears. But I think the news coming out of there is the retirement of one each euro Suzuki. And so that's kind of where I want to start to move this a little bit is I want people out there to think of each euro. And what he's meant to baseball and kind of your lasting impressions on what we may see one of the best contact hitters, I've probably ever seen. So we'll discuss some of that and still take a look at what's going on with this NC double A tournament is will much more here on the rich Eisen show. Kirk Morrison here filling in for rich. We'll be right back. Have you checked out the big podcast with shack here podcast one? Yeah, we talked basketball. But we're a lot more than just sports booth for this lady..

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"mahat" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

The Two Shot Podcast

04:45 min | 3 years ago

"mahat" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

"We doing doing the poetry. I don't think it was very good. The difference day. You think very? Some poems were okay. But it was like links news, very very lonely out, and they have nothing, but admirations respects stunned comedians who are out there on the own. All around everywhere. Pure aberration. Because. He's fully down to you think a phone a bit safety in my do. Now, not in poverty him. You know? All right. Somebody's written the words from if somebody's job to me fuel continuity, somebody empowered team that I uphold my part the back. And of course, everybody else does most to do that. But if you're out there on your own, and you right in all your own materially, better be good or you don't. No safety net found that a bit daunted. All right Mahar wasn't owned sent. It was great because it was a bit create give me the applause, and I was dictated city applause and attention, and if a Senator decrease for that time, did it did it was like do something I need to do something, you know. And also then. There was quite a few funds would have poets poets poets good out as their opening acts. Instead cinema support them. I have a guy doing the poetry. And then the sports, and then it wasn't a of. Yeah. So that led to be doing a bit with the fall, and and not with direct personal management, then and gain little bits of work. It was all right. Did you make a conscious decision to stop being the chip, Tom? Yeah. Did a dead. Alexei Mahat was on a no Ma it was and it did enjoy it. I knew I wasn't properly co out for it. Yeah. It was it was the patron between poems. If a photos losing to a poem and the patent to ridden it and arrears. They may own EDNA knew it and a new caraway laps committed where were encountered the rhythm to it. So that that's a me was the safety net. At some of me passer because you you never to loss for some words. Now, it was just a different frame of mind. Yes, it was a bit too to say I'm going out days. My job make it was. All right. Yeah. The home crowd, and you knew someone. But if it was he didn't know anybody there, very lonely place to be much in. And like, I say listen Bodmer ration- for these people. So what next well, I was with direct personal management. And again that was going to lots of corporate thing news corporate video and you had to go in and do. Days of the week in the office. And I hate it. I really just no going and death day was in charge of it. Definitely Franks lesser. She fought mccone that's stopped going to the meat in Jeddah once a month, and it was bloody hideous. Six minutes of the me in right? You know, so much not been putting the pens back in the draw on. It's been noted in like so what he's not washed a couple of the capizzi. It's not for folks. In for the and then the person emotions, right, so pull the pens Bach, washy Corp, we'll see next month and yet to do like a few days in office. So it's drive over to leads do that. Again, my heart wasn't sure. Funny. How are things happen because then don't. I was working electric over laboring for him because live on what was doing no cost. And and went for this hot dish. May make great resolve dishes in Manchester for serious called buried, which was a prison drama. Remember well McIntyre is in not smoke rubbers as a few faces. For his part was scarfs gays. Call Kenny Kenny run on our one now turned out. We were close on his lot covered in ships in night..

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"mahat" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"mahat" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"Okay. So. Cardi view got into a Twitter fight with a conservative journal conservative journalists. You know, this lady over the song Twork, she just released a music video where basically is just her and a whole bunch of girls just about that music video. Yeah. So be has a new music video that your statement you like, I don't know if you're gonna dig it. But so it's all women what they have. Just the best workers in the world. You get one hundred grand. So she puts the best ones in the video. And it's it's a cool video. But basically it came out and they're in the era of me too movement. Hawks actually this empower women Hamill ask while sharing the torque video leftists. I am Cardi B feel free to chime in thanks on America. Everybody gets often view. But Cardi B basically said that her video means that she could do whatever she wants whatever she wants where whatever she wants. No means no to which the conservative. Journalists said I agree with that. I just don't agree with you torquing because. Has a flat ass trust addresses that to she says, maybe I'm just hating because I can't work because you're ugly. They Mahat grew. I think I think they want go not right. I think I think that that there's there's what she's probably maybe saying is that you know, if you wanna be taken seriously, maybe working your ass into the fucking camera is Cardi B doesn't want to be thinking she's making. She's the most successful senior in the business. Well, she's being political. So he's trying to be a little bit serious to be. Well, she was well known for being on Instagram and making videos about whatever. And she does tend to talk about a lot of things like she talked about the government shutdown just talked about taxes before. Yeah. You have to do through making a music video clapping, her cheeks. She can't be an Apollo. She's she's making no she's making a political statement. And from non the video, she's not let me see let me see it. Oh, the music video for clap antiques. But her what she does for business and her political views let let me see the video. Let's get. Let's get serious here. I'll be the judge basically doing the show you guys the music video. See what? Dudes in it. Are you dudes glide? Why are you look I just spoke about the guy? So at great legs. Doc, HMG's real. Food out food out. Lou doubt. I'll I'm trying to get flute out, bro. Giant appreciate working. Now. Don't try jumping on his train. Now, you're talking all that bullshit any guy. I mean, girl who works. It's not the best one ever here. But I appreciate the video. She's dressed like a tiger twerk Cardi B. Manner. Friends really fun thing for me. Yes, you'll have a car. Did come out clearly game. I don't care how they are. Good. Looking. Maybe we'll live. Worked at these assets. Both she's like, a zebra. Frans like, ooh, that's gross. It is ridiculous ridiculously often. It is true that if I was a feminist. I'd be like, well, you're not going to Howard girl's gonna be taken seriously again Cardi B right there. Yeah. It is. He's hot. No. No. No. No. No. No, no, no, don't try to track that too hot, dude. I mean, I'll say this name anyone who's attractive? He's hating on these women. That's how it goes, man. No. That's not fair. You can you can just bring what up you've got a hater. And still think this human tissue us right would make him. An is not hating on Cardi B for making this video for true. Oh shit. Nice. Backflip? Body though, look at that one in the lap rd thing who said leopard, girl, man. In the orange. No one wants Fred dude jam. Let me tell you this.

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Malaysia's Mahathir Says Enough Evidence to Reopen 1MDB Probe

Bloomberg Daybreak

01:44 min | 4 years ago

Malaysia's Mahathir Says Enough Evidence to Reopen 1MDB Probe

"And the ad council trump has declared a major disaster in hawaii as the big island grapples with the aftermath of all canada corruption hawaii county civil defense administrator talmadge magnum says residents need to take precautions around falling ash carter stay in your car you drive carefully get through that area if you had home close your own home up after the ashes clear or through falling check your water systems and so forth us fighter jets have intercepted two russian bombers in international airspace off the coast of alaska correspondent ryan brown reports the pentagon is monitoring the situation overly concerned about this it could be that russia's attempting to retrain its pilots to conduct additional training but it has been some time and they'll be looking to see it russia continues these kind of probing activities in the near future the russian aircraft never entered us airspace i'm ann cates and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters in malaysia prime minister mahat here muhammad moved swiftly against his predecessor najib razak this just days after his shock election win najib is banned from leaving the country and mahatma is planning to reopen a probe into a multibillion dollar scandal at the state fund that najeib helped to set up tesla's engineering chief needs a little time off doug field a senior vice president is taking the time to recharge now the tusla chairman and ceo elon musk brushed him aside and took over production responsibilities during the difficult ramp up of the model three sedan a spokesman for the company says field hasn't left tesla walmart has settled a.

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