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Even Bill Maher Knows the Left Has Politicized Healthcare

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:13 min | 2 weeks ago

Even Bill Maher Knows the Left Has Politicized Healthcare

"Here's a bill marsh about the left politicizing of a drug medicine like ivermectin. We have politicized medication. Now i mean ivermectin ivermectin. It's drunk. It's not a politician. It should not have any reputation except doesn't work or not but like on the lap applauding that completely noncontroversial idea. But like on the left it was like. Oh no you can't even mention it. I think they took part of your meat. The sensor campaign could ivermectin and and of course the comedians on the left but only talk about the fact that it was used to de worm horses. Leaving out that it's been described millions of times for humans. It was a live that it's used a d. warm horses. It's a it's a. It's also human prescription that a lot of us taking but bill maher is right. The left has politicized a drug. They did it with hydroxy chloroquine. This is not a problem of the right. This is a problem of the left.

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"marsh" Discussed on The Sales Life with Marsh Buice

The Sales Life with Marsh Buice

07:24 min | 3 weeks ago

"marsh" Discussed on The Sales Life with Marsh Buice

"To give even more. When you're losing and you look internally and you take ownership and you say, what can I give? All I had to give, I couldn't give anything monetarily. All I had to give was myself. I didn't have anything else. So I gave of myself 5 minutes every day, on a podcast that was free in my closet on my cell phone. I gave and that's what set me up for the wins. As I contributed, out of lack, that's when I began to be able to give even more and more and more. As you do, you give more. To your customers, you give more to your students. You give more to society. You give more to your family. The winds complement the losses. This is your source of success. So the fourth way losses and wins compliment one another. Losses forge your faith. Wins create your confidence. Lost his forge your faith. Because faith is not being able to see or touch the result that you'd like to have. Yet, you still make the effort. And take action in spite of. Hoping that it comes about. See, hope is not a strategy. But it is a key ingredient. It mixed with hope and stepping with faith. Is what creates the results that will change your life. Now as the losses forge your faith, the winds, the creature confidence. See your confidence is slightly incremental when you're winning. But I think it's really amplified. When you learn to win again, you push through the losses. And you come out and you say, oh my God, that worked. And what you thought was going to be a laws. What you thought they were going to say no. What you thought would not work. You try it, faith. And you stand a little taller and you walk a little more sure about yourself. And you take on the next thing. This is so key. Wins and losses, losses and wins, they need one another. So don't shun the losses. Don't resist them. Welcome them. Because there's so many levels and there's so many lessons and so much experience that you're getting from these things. Last one, let's bring it home with this one. The losses humble you. And the winds on the heels of losses. Make you more grateful. It's important, man. You need to get kicked in the nuts from time to time. You get brought to your knees. I'm so glad that happened to me. I got buckled. I run over. But damn it, I got back up. I got back up because of faith. And when I got back up and stepped out of faith and came out the other side, created confidence. It also makes me more grateful. Do you know every morning when I walk? I want my dogs. Like 5 30 in the morning. And I walk with a cup of coffee. And I'm grateful. Of where I'm at today. Really am. I just say thank you. That I have purpose. Sounds life is given me purpose. The winds and the losses. And more so the losses. Is what created winds. I'm grateful for the losses that I've taken. I don't like them. I know you don't like them. They're not the best feeling in the world. They make you doubt, you lose people on the way. Sometimes it feels like that it's not going to work. And then it just becomes all worth it in the end, right? So don't get bogged down because you're losing. Just reference back to this list. And which one of the laws is are you taking on right now and what's the complement to it? Because there is a Yang to that yin. There's a light to that dark. And sometimes what looks dark, you think it's dark, which is a loss. And it's actually a light, because it could be saving you from something that you thought you wanted and it's not the right time. And it may be a decade from now and you realize, I'm glad I didn't win that round. You can't go through life undefeated. We all know that. But you can't go through life defeated either. Unless you quit to make it so. But if you keep playing the game, you get your yin and Yang Yang. I didn't mean for that to Ryan, but I like that. So I appreciate the wins. But also, be bold enough to look for your losses. Because these are game changing opportunities for you. We're in times right now, man that are just so rich for the opportunities. And there's no gatekeepers. Appreciate the winds, look for another loss. Ransom repeat. Infinite times until the clock runs out in your life and there's no more game to play. But until then, keep rocking. So let me know how your progress is going. I'd love to hear from you. Marsh, vice dot com is the main hub where you can find me and you'll find 662 episodes that you can go through and find something that is relevant to your season and the top right hand corner, you'll see all the socials where I hang out. You'll also see the podcast and video form right there on YouTube, subscribe to the channel, love to have you there. And in the bottom right hand corner is a microphone. I would love to hear from you. Just push the microphone and leave me a message I want to know what's going on in your life. So that's march by CE, spell like juice with a B in front, somehow it's pronounced bias. Also, would you recommend today's episode to someone else? This will help show your support, show you love. And also help grow the show because I can't do it without you. All it takes is a spark. To create a bonfire of success. So with that, remember the greatest sale that you will ever make is to sell you on you because you're more than enough. Stay amazing, stay in the sales life..

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The Sales Life with Marsh Buice

03:52 min | Last month

"marsh" Discussed on The Sales Life with Marsh Buice

"If you don't like the value that the market is priced you add right now. Stick around. Because your stock price is about to go through the roof. And everybody's going to want a piece of this. So if you're tired of settling, then you better get the selling. Welcome to another edition of the sales life. I'm your host marsh Weiss. And if this is your first time here, glad to have you. And if you've been here a time or ten, welcome back. Today,.

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The Sales Life with Marsh Buice

05:35 min | Last month

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"marsh" Discussed on The Sales Life with Marsh Buice

The Sales Life with Marsh Buice

07:29 min | Last month

"marsh" Discussed on The Sales Life with Marsh Buice

"Tell me of a time recently were you freaked out? You panic. And you didn't handle yourself well. And I know it's probably a place that you don't want to go back to. But if you want to minimize the likelihood in freaking out again and handle yourself, poised confident. In the next situation. Then there's three areas that we need to address. That will reduce the likelihood. And you ever freaking out again. If you're tired of settling. Then we better get the cell. Welcome to sales life. All right TSL, let's get it. Welcome to another episode of the sales life. I am your host marsh bice. I'm super pumped. It's super grateful that you were here because out of the millions of episodes. There are to choose from. You chose this one. So if you've been here before, thanks for coming back. And if this is your first time here, welcome. These episodes, they're not super long. We're going to get you in and get you out, so you can get on with your sales life. So let's talk about something that is all too familiar for all of us. And that's panic. What panic sets in? In panic sets in and three kinds of ways. A you weren't prepared, B, you liked experience. RC, you didn't apply any reflection. To it all. So no wonder you freak out. You have to think of success as three legs on a stool. And each one of those legs is being prepared. It's experience and it's reflective thinking. And I don't think we dissect the instances when we didn't handle ourselves well. Are we freaked out? Because we just think sometimes man is just going to one day kind of fix itself. Are we getting into the woe is me land where we say, I'm just not meant to be. But walk with me, we're going to break each legs of these stools down so that way you can apply these legs back to your stool. And you'll be sitting pretty. So the first thing is, you gotta be prepared. Yes, you do have to be prepared. You can not go throughout your life. You can't expect to do anything well, professionally, if you don't have some sort of level of preparedness. So stop winging it. Now, I will say this. If you're prepared, there are instances where you can wing it, because there will be instances that you come into that you're unfamiliar. But because you're equipped, you can handle yourself in the situation. May not be perfect, may not be silky smooth, but you can still handle yourself. And get through that layer. Which causes you to have experience. When it comes to preparedness, think about it like this. I live in southwest, Louisiana. I'm just a few miles. I like I'm a jog away from the Gulf Coast. Well, what happens in the Gulf Coast? Last year we were rocked by category four. Hurricane, just devastated our city. And recently, New Orleans, three hours away from me, was rocked. With a category four, hurricane, so strong, in fact, it went all the way to New York and wreaked havoc. That's how strong these storms are. But every, I don't know, June to November. Is hurricane season. And so during this season, I got to be prepared. See, I don't let the storm hit me, and then I'm like, okay, what do I need to do? An hour away. Now I've got to be prepared for. So being prepared means I got to have water, we're gonna flashlight, batteries, I gotta have a generator, big gas cans, extension cords, some money, because ATM, maybe out, and then I got to have the insurance policies. Make sure they're all up to snuff. Make sure I've read them. I know what's covered. What's not covered? Some containers to take clothes and stuff with me? Above and beyond what a normal suitcase would be because probably going to have to pack heavier. See, this is all about being prepared. So when the storm comes I can take action. I'm not trying to figure it out on the move of already prepared. I've got these things segmented. To head out. Now, prepared doesn't mean that you're fully complete. And I think sometimes people I don't know, they use preparedness as a crutch. And they think, oh, I gotta do a little bit more. I'm gonna prepare a little bit more. That's really a crutch that they're just terrified of getting out there. So I've got salespeople that are like overly prepared and they'll camp out going line by line of trying to know everything. I said, dude, it's impossible. To know everything. You need enough to be equipped to handle yourself. And the rest of it, I'm going to have to teach you on the job, OT. I had to teach you on the job. I got to teach you on the fly. Because some of this stuff, man, you've got to roll it into experience. Many times people over prepare. And they think that they have to read a hundred books before they start a podcast. No. Read a hundred pages, and when one of the ideas bubbles up, run with the thing. Go. Because even if you're fully prepared, if you lack the experience, it's not going to come out the way that you think it is anyway. And what you think is a masterpiece, ten years from now, you're going to listen to it and be like, it's kind of like my daughter the other day. She had school pictures..

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20 Years After 9/11, Work of Identifying Remains Continues

AP News Radio

01:01 min | Last month

20 Years After 9/11, Work of Identifying Remains Continues

"Officials in New York or announcing they've identified the remains of two more victims of the September eleventh terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center just days before the twentieth anniversary of the devastating attacks that killed nearly three thousand people and jolted the nation the medical examiner's office says technicians using DNA were able to identify the remains of Dorothy Morgan of Hempstead New York she was a broker for marsh and McLennan officials also determined the identity of a man whose remains were recovered in separate fines in two thousand one two thousand two and two thousand six his family is asking the name be withheld it's the first time in two years new identifications have been made eleven hundred remains are still unidentified even though teams are still working to match DNA to fragments found chief medical examiner of New York Barbara Sampson says they pledge to do everything they can to make sure all those lost that day can be reunited with their families I'm Jackie Quinn

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"marsh" Discussed on The Sales Life with Marsh Buice

The Sales Life with Marsh Buice

02:58 min | Last month

"marsh" Discussed on The Sales Life with Marsh Buice

"Things to it and then i discovered the sales life when i was at the bottom rung in life. The only person who was there for me was me so i to hear for myself. I was forty four when that started. So don't give me the excuse. Oh it's too late. Never too late and so now everything. Kinda spills into the cells live. The sales life is the lead driver the amplifier in my life but the running pours into that and the sales pours into that so much so that a name the podcast sales life. Because i really believe that you can take these sales skills even if you're not in the sales profession and use them to never settle in your life again. It's all these creative energies. That you have that. I want you to find in your life in the song. Ten thousand hours. I love what macklemore wrote you put in the hours and like what you got nothing. You can hold but everything that it is something. You can't verbalize sin energy senescence. It's a fabric of who you are. It's sacred what is that sacred thing for you and i want to hear from you. I got a brand new way that you can do that. The website marsh bice dot com is live s. h. like swamp by spe- you ic- like juice with ibm for marsh. Vice dot com there. You can find all the episodes at the top. You'll find links where you can connect whatever social that you hang out and also on the right hand. Side of the page is a microphone where you can leave me a message. Your voice comes directly to me. And i'd love to hear how your progress is going. Would you recommend the cells someone else. This will show your support but also help grow the show. The only way that we power this show the only way that we can get it out to others through you so your voice matters most with that. Remember the greatest sale that you will ever make. It's a sale. You won't do because you're more than today. Amazing same sales..

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"marsh" Discussed on The Sales Life with Marsh Buice

The Sales Life with Marsh Buice

07:42 min | Last month

"marsh" Discussed on The Sales Life with Marsh Buice

"Minutes and see. I set the bar so low that i kind of tricked myself into doing it. So you don't have five minutes marsh. You can flip on a microphone for five minutes. You can talk about anything. You don't have five minutes. Yeah i can do that in five minutes and it tricked my mind because actually took me hours to come up with a five minute episode. But it was very therapeutic in me doing that. The fourth way that i've profited from the cells life is it's clarify my thinking through the riding through the consistency through the decisions every episode man. I'm more and more clear. And it's the band's have gotten wider in my life where clarify my thinking in relating my thoughts behind a microphone but it also has spilled out into my personal and professional life as well. And i don't know what it is about every twenty five to fifty bands of episodes kind of look at it and then banned. It seems like my thinking is a little more clear profit. Also from the sales life and being able communicate. Better not only behind the mic. But also in my life is well because i don't ramble. I know exactly where. I'm heading. Very decisive in what i do now. Life is also may be more creative creativity as a spill out. My thoughts always kind of get like going cutting against the grain right so cutting against the grain of would it causes it to kind of splinter up. That's what the creativity is for me. So as i ride i kinda cut against the grain of life. Don't just work in statements ask questions. I'm fascinated about what i read. And what i learned in what i come across and how the dots can connect and i'm always looking in. How can i distill this in such a way where i can break it down into my own. Life fascinated by that profited immensely from the cells life. Because it's made me more courageous and if you go from episode one in walk all the way through six fifty eight. If you have an afternoon to do so you'll be able to hear my journey of my fears and my worries times. I wanted to quit times. I wanted to give up times. I was alone. Broke eleven dollars and eighty one cents in my account and at ten thousand dollars an obligations. When i remember exactly where. I was when i recorded that episode. I remember what was going on in my life. It's proof of how courageous have been but it's also proved to because of archived it into an audio library of sorts. It's something that my children will be able to go back and listen and be like that. I had no idea. The courage was also revealed that i was bold enough to put my light as well as my highlights onto the universe. One going to hide behind mr habit altogether. Don't have it all together frustrated some days. I want to quit and give up. But i keep soldiering through man and you know what that's just the tip of the spear it's hard for me to fully relate to you how the cells life is literally saved my life change my whole life and that's why it's so sacred to me and that's why i want you to find that place to it's a special place. Where if it was taken away from you. You would be sad. And if it didn't do anything other than fill you with gratitude and hope him fulfillment if that's all that it did. That would be fine too. Because it's the essence of who you are and that is something that no one can ever take away from you no matter what's going on in your life and i want you to find that whatever it is and the intensity of what the sales life is for me it may not be that sort of intensity for you it. It's okay it's yours. This is mine in its sacred and i want you to find that place to that no matter what is going on in your life. It's a shield for you. They kind of protect you and fulfill you that. No one else can touch. I've had many different areas like this. Not just the podcast for me. Running is one of those. I didn't discover running until i was forty. And i had a need to get my life together. Give my health together. So running was one of those areas very sacred. It was my sanctuary away from everybody else. Sales has been that way for me for twenty three years. It's been one of those areas that is sacred when all hell was breaking loose in my life. Sales was always right there. Even when my personal life was crumbling could still make a difference. I could still work on my craft. I could still use my creativity. I could still affect other people's lives. Even when i felt like i was losing mine and i discovered that when i was twenty five c they are going to be different stages in your life and you may be able to add the.

"marsh" Discussed on The Sales Life with Marsh Buice

The Sales Life with Marsh Buice

01:34 min | Last month

"marsh" Discussed on The Sales Life with Marsh Buice

"Whole fence coming together for you. It's just a link. just focus on this one link. And how many links can you hook together. You have to game a fire. Everything just work on this one linked today and how many links can you put together and when you miss a day when life gets in the way. Remember what i always tell you. Never miss twice. Things are going to happen. You're going to miss one day. So i gotta be good one day. Whatever never missed twice today is just a link. Day work on that link but the other linked together. And you're going to have a chain of success. Let me know how you progress score. I'm on all the socials at marsh vice be. Uic sounds like bi but it spilled juice with ibm front. Are you can message me. These sales life one gmail.com these cells life the number. One jeep mill dot com. Would you recommend the sales life to someone else. This will show your support and also help grow the show. The best way to get the message out there through your voice and you pass the message along so if you would do that for me on your socials or just texan it to a friend at greatly. Appreciate it with that. Remember the greatest sale that you will ever make is sale you on you because you're more than stay amazing san sales line..

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"marsh" Discussed on The Sales Life with Marsh Buice

The Sales Life with Marsh Buice

05:06 min | 2 months ago

"marsh" Discussed on The Sales Life with Marsh Buice

"They do because the author's words decisions are the breaking your foundation. So when you make a decision you lay brick. i live in a brick house. I don't think every one of those bricks on my house are perfect. This probably a few bad bricks up there. Same thing for you when you make a decision. You're building that momentum. You're building the confidence. Not only yourself but you create in the confidence that others haven't you and you lay that brick and see that's when you can build a mansion of success based on making those decisions because you can't build off of anything that you procrastinate on the all the times when you say i'm gonna give that some thought i'm gonna let you know. Think about that. No you're not. You're too scared to make a decision. Because you're worried about the fallout. You worried about the blowback. Don't even worry about it. Make a decision lay the brick build from there recover. Make the adjustment. Keep rocking so. I don't want you to leave without applying something other than a hand. Clap to this episode. So let's dig into the tesl toolkit for you. Here's how you make better decisions. Starwood lower level decisions don't have to be big decisions. Start with the movie restaurant. So my says what movie do you wanna go to make a decision. So my says what restaurant. Do you want to go to mega decision. You probably got one in mind anyway but you keep going back there. So we'll say it make the decision even if it's something new. You didn't like the movie you didn't like the restaurant at the end. All be all but because you made decisions you can build from there and it creates the confidence and other people are drawn to that people. Don't want to do business with you. Even your family members don't like being around you if you don't make decisions just call the shot calling. The shot is what's making progress number. Two is when you're ask questions at work made the decision. You've got enough experience. They came to you for a reason made the decision. Even if it's not right you can recover and number three. This is interesting. I want you to think about this. Pay it forward. Help others make decisions. If you suffer from this ninety nine percent of the world the one percenters are the ones you just make decisions. And they don't let the decisions totally define them good or bad they don't define them. It made a decision. Bom go from there. You got to help other people make decisions when you ask people questions and you help them make decisions. It's going to actually lift them up a lot of times. People don't feel important in this world. They don't feel because the white asked their opinion. They're told what to do. Pay forward ask questions of others help them make decisions and sometimes the help is where you just sit there and don't make it form and what are the do. It actually works back your way too because you empower them because you lift them up. What does that do bills. Trust builds confidence it also creates a strong sense of confidence that they haven't you let me know how you progress going on this. I'm on all the socials at marsh vice the uic tells. I b. I see but it spilled juice being front are you can message me. These sales life the number one gmail.com these cells life. The number one g mail dot com. Before we get out of here. Would you recommend this show someone else. This will show your support show you love and also helped grow the show because the number one way to grow is by recommended it to someone can't do it without you. Your vote counts. And i need every one of those votes so if you would. That's your action item as you start making decisions. I need you to decide to recommend the sales life to others as well with that. Remember the great. Assail that you will ever make. It's a sale you on you because you're more than stay amazing stain cells life..

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Detmers Pitches Halos Past Astros 3-1 for 1st Big League Win

AP News

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Detmers Pitches Halos Past Astros 3-1 for 1st Big League Win

"Read Detmers earned the first win of his career by allowing one run over six innings as the Los Angeles angels beat the Houston Astros three to one in just his third major league start Detmers allowed three hits and he struck out six I was learning more miles to stuff for strikes just getting weak contact out on those those keys as for the game plan just getting ahead staying ahead of the lone blemish on his lines a Michael Brantley third inning Homer Phil Gosselin finished two for four with his fourth home run of the season while Shohei Ohtani in Brandon marsh collected a pair of hits lance McCullers junior was tagged with the loss after surrendering two runs over five and two thirds innings with eight strikeouts madam smelling

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"marsh" Discussed on The Sales Life with Marsh Buice

The Sales Life with Marsh Buice

07:34 min | 2 months ago

"marsh" Discussed on The Sales Life with Marsh Buice

"Have you ever questioned. Isn't there more in. What happens if my life goes off. The rails must supposed to make today on the sales life with marsh price. I'm going to tell you of a term called outlaw logic in it's a philosophy that actor matthew mcconaughey in his family have lived by. And i'm gonna show you where it exists in how you can apply it to your sales line. If you're tired of settling then we'd better get cell. Welcome to the sales life with marsh buys. Rit is l. Let's get outlaw logic. I'm telling you this is a term that is going to radically change your life. Because you're going to find that it exists in every scene of your life and it's free for the taking. All logic is a term that threw away literally. I'm a fan of matthew mcconaughey. And i saw him on the cover of aarp magazine. My mother-in-law had it. And because i'm such a fan of his asked her if i could take it she said yeah. I'm done with it and it stayed with me for months. It ended up everywhere it was in the back of my journal. It was in my book sack. It was inside at my truck. It was on the floor my office at work just i. It just stayed with me the whole time and finally when i was cleaning up i said man. I'm sick of seeing this magazine. And i said let me just skim through the article real quick. Just see if i see something there and those two words outlawed logic. Calm i i said what is that so backed up a few paragraphs i read what it is as words. I'll logic is the individualism of one's thinking and instead of following the flock of supposed to it creates a path. The way it's going to be so you've been living your whole life primarily on supposed to people have told you how you're supposed to look how you're supposed to talk how you're supposed to write how you supposed to address what school you're supposed to go to where you're supposed to work what friends you can have what associations you can keep everything is supposed to and you were born a superhighway yet. Today you live a life of an old beaten path like a meal pap actually leading to the summit of mount supposed to and it's frustrating isn't it. it's frustrating because supposed to is waiting for permission from someone else and based on their standards and their qualifications and their judgment we fall in line with supposed to but what happens when you lack the resources. What happens when you lack the qualifications. What happens when your from the wrong. Lineage your from the wrong side of town. What happens when you don't look like iraq like everyone else. What happens when your lives turned. Completely upside down when others are counting. You out outlaw. logic. Says i'm still counting an outlaw logic. When you apply to your life it puts the phrase says who into action from the article from own personal life. I wanna give you some context on the philosophy behind al logic and how you can spot it in your own life. Matthew mcconaughey was raised in a family governing allah logic. So much so that he wasn't allowed to use the word. Can't you actually got weapons if he used the word can't so he learned throughout my logic. How to negotiate his way through life and it served them well because he ended up in australia. Way out in the bush couldn't return back to the states. No one could find him and he had to live with this crazy family. He said i was lost and confused. But i never thought i can't so. I applied outlaw logic and instilled some disciplines to keep my head in the game and my feet on the ground how logic was so effective that it totally transformed his life when he got back to the united states. See sometimes what seems like a curse the worst possible situation. It's what matthew mcconaughey was in. He was in like the worst possible situation. But instead of sitting there. Throwing your hands up saying what was i supposed to do all logic instead. Says what's the thing i need to do. And put in some governing principles to help push through and propel up and out and on with your life is mom is the queen about logic is mom taught for thirty nine years yet..

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Unqork's Head of Platform Strategy, Ken Gavranovic, on What Drew Him to Unqork

Code Story

02:45 min | 2 months ago

Unqork's Head of Platform Strategy, Ken Gavranovic, on What Drew Him to Unqork

"This is creation story at uncork uncork as a product is is the concept of enterprise software development often times different. Enterprises are building very similar software. In the second you write code. You've got maintenance and so the idea for encore was what if we can build the kind of enterprise grade building blocks so that you can build a repeatable no maintenance no dat solution and so that's kind of the fundamental course you can go in a what's the business problem trying to solve in. I'm gonna drag drop enterprise create solutions and build it and it's been amazing uncork stun prior to my arrival. You think about know in the in the middle of cove it you know. Working with new york city to deliver millions of meals to ta- customers or you think about bentley working with state so that they can innovate and deliver that relief to people. That really need it so kind of you know doing just doing good in the world and at the same time helping some of the largest enterprises around the globe build applications faster and more customer centric whether it be goldman black rock marsh. Liberty principal tremendous tremendous progress. So what i would say is to me. Uncork allows businesses to focus on their key differentiator and built quickly built enterprise applications that meet their customers needs so I've been involved in a lot of transformational things cryer jenny joining uncork iran product and engineering company called new relic which basically made sure that the internet works. Right has high quality solutions and i heard about unimportant. Where three things that really got me excited about it. You know as one. I'm a big believer. That culture matters and purposeful culture. And so i think leaders you know gary and team had really been purposeful in the culture that they were trying to do secondly something that would change the world because uncork is not only changing the way enterprises build develop maintained enterprise software but it's also making development more accessible right so not if you have the developer mindset. You could do it. And then third just a huge opportunity where i felt that the only question was who's going to drive this fundamental change in the way enterprises again maintain a build and develop software. So that's what brought me to uncork in. It's it's an exciting right. Have been here almost nine months. Now

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"marsh" Discussed on The Sales Life with Marsh Buice

The Sales Life with Marsh Buice

02:34 min | 2 months ago

"marsh" Discussed on The Sales Life with Marsh Buice

"Well because if the customer happens to come back to your business they work with someone else and when you see him they say. I'm sorry i forgot to ask for you. They didn't forget to ask for you. They remember that you did not follow through on the commitment last time and they don't want to do business with you because they cannot trust you. Are they just simply never come back to your business at all. You have to learn to sell the no and selling the no is a technique that i learned from one of my lenders so when i call him he sells the no instead of just saying flat out. No can't do it. He tells me and gives me supporting reasons why he can't do it. And i'll walk away from it empowered and feel located with it so because i'm in the car business. Let's take a spare key for example. Let's use that. But whatever product that you sell swap it out for whatever you represent and work in a deal as a salesperson customer ask had you have a spare key. I can get you a spare key. But in order for us to keep our cost down and deliver the most aggressive price to you. We only have one key but we have a couple of different options. We can either add an extra key to the price. Are you can pay for separately. Which one do you prefer. This is what i can do. And i give them the option. If you practice this and you deliver it in such a confident way then when you say it. In most cases customers are understanding. And they'll take one of those two choices and again if it's a deal breaker. They'll let that be known right then. And there and without getting all confrontational you and your managers can address it to see if it's something that you can fulfill the obligation but i said no right up front. You must practice this technique and get away from the. Let me check on that for you. You want to stand out in separate yourself from all. The other sales people learn to sell the no. Try this technique out. H-share this show with someone who needs to hear this one and also this will help support and grow the show as well remember the greatest sale that you will ever make it sale you on you because you're more than enough stay amazing stay in sales life..

"marsh" Discussed on The Sales Life with Marsh Buice

The Sales Life with Marsh Buice

03:28 min | 3 months ago

"marsh" Discussed on The Sales Life with Marsh Buice

"Focused on the minutes. Not the hours not the weeks until as your timeframe so let's take away loss for example all right. Let's just walked at the roof because a lot of people want that. So do.

"marsh" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

04:53 min | 3 months ago

"marsh" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

"Four years, he's been rigged. The dog Patriots podcast with Nick cabins. I'm right. So it's time for another edition of the award-winning Greg Bedard Patriots podcast. The cattle's, I don't know what award we've won, but I'm going to roll with it anyway. Greg for this episode this week, we're going to take a look at the AFC East, we might get into a little bit of Cassius Marsh. We'll see with the Buffalo Bills..

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WSOP Main Event Champion Noel Furlong Dies at 83

The Chip Race

01:43 min | 3 months ago

WSOP Main Event Champion Noel Furlong Dies at 83

"I'm afraid i'm gonna have to start with some sad news. Actually from the world of poker and the world the virus poker specifically no furlong passed away the nine hundred nineteen nine w. main event champion. He passed away on sunday at the age of eighty. Three was also nine hundred. Eighty seven and nineteen eighty-nine irish poker. Open champion back in the early years of that event. Not a bad resume for a man who you could really describe as a fulltime businessman. Darren i know you played against no a few times. What are your memories of them. I think are probably only telling us no one so i think it was the twenty eleven irish open. Which was the big arch open. Where people like macron new helmets. Come over so they made a big deal of ear and do have remember playing moving to a table a day. One with no honors. He was obviously quite elderly by by stage. I guess he was in his early seventies but he was a bit of alleged does still leoni irish player to win the wpn event To tie marsh open champion people kind of knew that he wasn't really a professional poker player 'em he was. He was independently wealthy. I believe he was worth approximately a hundred million from his business. He was also very successful. Harsh trainer so he was basically just a businessman who played for fun but he had developed a very particular style which was actually brutally effective back in the day he made it just all about pre flop 'em he just picked spots where he had a sort of a semi decent hand and just moved all in pre flop and this is back in the day when people didn't really like calling off matter how strong their hand boss pre flop. They'll believe that they had all these incredible posted off edges so it was brutally effective it propelled him to to our show opens and the wsb main

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3,000 Eggs Abandoned After Drone Scares Birds in California

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

3,000 Eggs Abandoned After Drone Scares Birds in California

"Visitors ignoring the rules are loving the wildlife to death at a California park the Bolsa chica ecological reserve is a thirteen hundred acre coastal estuary in Huntington beach California according to the state department of fish and wildlife someone flew two drones over an island where thousands of elegant turns to lay their eggs one of the drones crashed in the marsh and several thousand turns fearing an attack from a predator abandon their nests now at a time when baby chicks would be hatching the sand is littered with the shells from three thousand eggs reserve manager Melissa Lobel says it's one of the largest scale abandonment of eggs ever at the coastal site the reserve has seen more visitors than usual during the pandemic that's led to more drone activity and also more dogs and bicycles all of which are prohibited I'm Jennifer king

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Climate Change Will Displace Millions. Here's How We Prepare

TED Talks Daily

01:47 min | 5 months ago

Climate Change Will Displace Millions. Here's How We Prepare

"It was about two years after hurricane. Katrina that i. I saw the louisiana flood maps. These flood maps are used to show land loss in the past and land loss. That is to come on this particular day at a community meeting. These maps were used to explain. How a thirty foot tidal surge that accompanied hurricane katrina could flood communities like mine and south louisiana and communities across the mississippi and alabama coast. It turns out that the land we were losing was our buffer from the c. I volunteered to interact with the graphics on the wall and in an instant my life change for the second time in two years. The graphic showed massive land loss in south louisiana and in encroaching see but more specifically the graphics showed the disappearance of my community and many other communities before the end of the century. I wasn't alone at the front of the room. I was standing there with other members of south louisiana's communities black native poor. We thought we were just bound by temporary disaster recovery but we found that we were now bound by the impossible task of ensuring that our communities would not be erased by sea level rise due to climate change. Friends neighbors family my community. I just assumed it would always be their land trees marsh by us. I just assumed that it would be there. As it had been for thousands of years i was wrong

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Helicopter Crashes at Leesburg Airport, Florida With One Confirmed Dead

WBZ Overnight News

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Helicopter Crashes at Leesburg Airport, Florida With One Confirmed Dead

"Minneapolis. At least one person is dead in a helicopter crash in central Florida. I'm Peter King in Orlando. Witnesses say the helicopter went into a tailspin before crashing in the marsh near the Leesburg, Florida airport. Please Burgh police captain Joseph IOC tail actually went on to the airport runway area. While the body main body of the helicopter went into the wooden swampy area. IOC says At least one person is dead and they've found no survivors. Among the four people reportedly aboard a Blackhawk was a firefighting helicopter on a training mission and

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Bedtime Story: The Boiled Frog

Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

02:09 min | 5 months ago

Bedtime Story: The Boiled Frog

"The boiled frog once upon a time in a little kitchen a little house. A frog named frog was getting ready for dinner. Well to be more exact. The frog was getting ready to be dinner. Even if he didn't know it yet he was sitting on a strange tile counter in a little cage thinking about how his day was off to one strange start. The morning had been normal. Enough he'd been hopping through the swamps and marshes and fields with his best friend group. They were exercising their powerful legs launching back and forth it was spring and the flies and worms and grubs and all the other snacks were out in swarms for weeks at it. Seems that all frog had to leap with his mouth open and he catches fill out even trying. Thanks to all that eating frog had gotten a little round and a little slow. He was still fast enough to catch the bugs especially the worms who barely even seemed to be trying but he wasn't quite fast enough to dodge the net that suddenly swung out of the grass. Hey watch the big krokan idea. He shouted the net lifted and frog found himself. Staring into the gangly is of a human girl. I kinda frog. I caught a og. A larger man came over with a brown sack next eleven job and it's a plump one will be able to sell them at the market for shore the frog was grabbed from the net and dropped into the sack it was dark and smelled like moldy potatoes. But there were some flies at the bottom so frog didn't mind. He happily munched away until he fell asleep in the warm bag gently swaying on the man's hips hours later. He woke up too bright lights as he was moved from the sack again. When he blinked the stars out of his watery eyes he had found himself in the little cage in the little kitchen.

Could Dirt Save the Planet?

Short Wave

02:04 min | 5 months ago

Could Dirt Save the Planet?

"I'm only here with npr. Climate correspondent lawrence summer. Hey lauren hey there so you have a scoop on a job opportunity. Yeah i do. It's a job in a growing field it deals with a hot commodity occa- and you know there's some opportunity there. I met someone with this job. His name is padma pelly and he's a dirt broker. Oh what a dirt broker. But he's not a fan of that title just to be clear. I hate that name. I'll be honest with you. Dirt has that negative connotation you know you gotta go wash up rate so dirt That's what you got for us today. Yeah his actual title. Though is land use manager works for granite rock which is a construction materials company but his job is really important because of climate change and right now he gets a lot of phone calls about dirt. Okay but from who exactly like who needs dirt so badly well where i met him is a good example of that On the shores of san francisco bay in the east bay and was on top of an earthen levee so basically a big pile of dirt that separates the water from the land but it was in rough shape. It's very much lower than it should be right now and very much narrower than it should be right now. Yeah that sounds bad. I mean levies are what prevent flooding and protect people and homes. Yeah exactly so. Pat helps get the dirt there to build up the levees and this area needs a lot around one hundred thousand dump trucks full. Well that's a lot. Yeah so he finds the people who wanted to get rid of dirt like construction projects that maybe you're digging out underground parking garage and he connects them with restoration projects that need it and there's more demand than he can handle right now because the oceans are rising with climate change and coastal cities are scrambling to defend themselves. Whether it's you know building levees or restoring marshes and for that. They need dirt and

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20 Apple Stores in France Close Due to COVID-19 Concerns

Mac OS Ken

00:39 sec | 6 months ago

20 Apple Stores in France Close Due to COVID-19 Concerns

"A little over a week ago. The day that i took off for a week macrumors ran a report. Saying that apple had reclosed all twenty a bit stores in france. Dacoven nineteen concerns. The peace indicates that most of apple stores in the hexagon have been close for a while though some stores had reopened. Now those stores including say apple opera apple marsh as songs ramon and apple. You have closed again. They put up. The fatter may sign on the third of april apples pages for the various doors lists them as closed for at least the next week.

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Protests in Myanmar as junta chief marks Armed Forces Day

The California Report Magazine

00:52 sec | 7 months ago

Protests in Myanmar as junta chief marks Armed Forces Day

"From Myanmar's say At least four protesters have been shot dead by security forces in the main city of Yang Gone on the day the military celebrate Armed Forces Day Auntie Khoo. Protesters have called for major demonstrations despite being warned that they would face deadly force more details from Nick Marsh. We heard that security forces opened fire on a group of protesters who out early in the main city, Young gon. Clearly, today's show of force from the military in the couple's UNEP adore. These chilling warnings off protects this risking being shot in the head or in the back if they continue to defy the authorities has fallen on deaf ears. To some extent that these protesters that shows you how much they're willing to risk shows you the depth and the strength of the feeling. That these protestors have when it comes to resisting this military coup.

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Officers injured as "Kill the Bill" protest against bid to boost U.K. police powers turns violent

WBZ Midday News

00:48 sec | 7 months ago

Officers injured as "Kill the Bill" protest against bid to boost U.K. police powers turns violent

"Hundreds descended on a neighborhood police station outside officers were injured and vehicles satellite Bristol police chief Andy Marsh sort of people frustrated at the lack of ability to protest. This is people intent, according serious disorder, violence and damage people with a grudge against placing, I would say controversial bill working its way through parliament. Give the police more power to impose conditions on nonviolent protests, including those deemed to be too noisy or a noose. It's those convicted could face fines or jail. Tom Rivers may be sane is London and Britain's Prince Harry has written the Ford for a new book. Aimed at the Children of frontline workers who died in the cove in 19 pandemic. He shared the pain that he suffered as a boy. After the death of his mother, Princess Diana. Harry wrote that

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A Conversation With Ellyn Marsh of 'Obsessed With Disappeared'

Reverie True Crime

01:29 min | 7 months ago

A Conversation With Ellyn Marsh of 'Obsessed With Disappeared'

"Today's episode. Have with me the wonderful and talented amazing ellen. Marsh we talk about life during lockdown true crime missing persons. Owi and her work on broadway and so much more. So let's get started with this very special episode. So i kinda wanted to talk about i this last episode of a wd. But i Do you wanna talk a little bit about how you got started with. Obsessive disappeared and how that all came together with patrick. Patrick and i are old friends from college and we just. We have been wanting to collaborate on something for a really long time. We've always both loved true crime We both always loved eater and so we even though we've sort of like video each other's champions for many many years. We have ever had anything that we could collaborate on and it was a total fluke that we started it. You know right before the panda express and like which was. We started recording in the beginning of march. And then you know everything. Shut down. So i thought it was a you know at a project that we did because of it but we had actually been planning it for like one get. We've been planning on working together for a couple of years but we did planning on this podcast for like a year before. So yeah so. It's kind of like the chinese was all just right to start doing that.

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Myanmar protesters string up women's clothes for protection

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:39 sec | 8 months ago

Myanmar protesters string up women's clothes for protection

"After the military took control there. The military has responded to those protests with tear gas, rubber bullets, stun grenades and live bullets more than 50 people have died. Reuters reports that protesters have begun to string up women's clothing on lines across the streets to try to slow down police and soldiers. Security forces have arrested more than 1000 people. Including man Marsh, civilian leader on some sushi she has had to trial appearances. Both have been closed to the public, and her attorney has not been able to meet with her since her arrest. That attorney is Ken Long jaw. He joins us

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Myanmar faces more protests after U.N. envoy urges action

Weekend Edition Saturday

04:08 min | 8 months ago

Myanmar faces more protests after U.N. envoy urges action

"Protests continue across Myanmar more than a month after the military took control there. The military has responded to those protests with tear gas, rubber bullets, stun grenades and live bullets more than 50 people have died. Reuters reports that protesters have begun to string up women's clothing on lines across the streets to try to slow down police and soldiers. Security forces have arrested more than 1000 people. Including man Marsh, civilian leader on some sushi she has had to trial appearances. Both have been closed to the public and Attorney has not been able to meet with her since her arrest. That attorney is Ken Mang Jaw. He joins us now from Myanmar. Thanks so much for being with us. Yes, Yes. Thanks. How do you represent a client that you haven't been able to meet with? It's a must that I have to meet with her because we're doing that client and the lawyer. There must be a private meeting to give constructions like this. If the intensity my clan doesn't have that chance, there will be injustice. What do you make of the charges? Because I read them through. And they seem to boil down to the fact that she had six walkie talkies. Yes, we'll lose six walkie doggies found in our residents when the police raided there she was charged for illegally in boarding those six countries. And this again charge is for breaching the instructions on the communications concerning with those six walkie talkies. Why is it against the law to use the walkie talkie in Myanmar? This new specific regulations about rocky doggies? But if someone use and Elektronik applies is that bus and must apply for that instrument? As I'm sure I don't have to tell you on some sushi has been under a lot of criticism, of course in the West and at home because of her silence on the massacre of the Rohingya people. How is she viewed in Myanmar today? At this moment, she is the victim off the middle. She use a vision off power. That's why I have to stand for her. And moved off the people in a country stand for her. I understand. You served nine years in prison under the previous military regime. Yes. May I ask, sir? Do you feel safe now? I don't feel safe. But it's my duty to stand for dogs and city and also for the students and demonstrators that has bean put on trial representing for them. Yeah. Do you believe that Anson Souci can receive a fair trial? On Santa Jesus. No chance Fed fire. He cannot get legal assistance hey, is now kept in communicator. He can not get open trial. But as a lawyer I have to trust that judicially so I am hoping for the best, but I prepare for the worst. And the worst would be more violence. Maybe maybe Do you think the trial will bring more people out in public to protest in the military will crack down again. There's a possibility for this. What would you like people in the United States to know. Today the United States is in the full friend off liberty and democracy. Then government of the United States, together with its people help and assist in always, it means to regain our democratic ways and it was elected the government. In Monk's are is the attorney representing Myanmar civilian leader Ahn sang sushi or trial is scheduled to resume March 15 Qinglong, Joe. Thanks very much for being with us.

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PlayStation Plus Is on a Hot Streak

Beyond!

00:26 sec | 8 months ago

PlayStation Plus Is on a Hot Streak

"Place. Plus marsh lineup is revealed in addition all this. I want to say if you're a playstation plus member one and you don't have a ps five still make sure to redeem every game. Because because you can then you use those games later on your ps five when you eventually get one so you can still download destruction all stars so just go check that they've already announced new modes and things. I'm excited to see where that goes. But for now there are four new games or four games added to playstation plus for this

Crab speeds up destruction of coastal salt marshes

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 8 months ago

Crab speeds up destruction of coastal salt marshes

"Along much of the eastern. Us grassy salt marshes provide a buffer between ocean and land but rising seas threaten to overtake these marshes and burrowing crab is speeding up their destruction. Small populations of the purple march crab have long lived in southeastern salt marshes but the small crowds were typically spread out across the landscape as sees rise. High tides flood parts of the marsh for longer each day and the crabs cluster in these areas because they liked the wetter softer soil. When they start to congregate in really high densities not only are there. Burling impacts really amplified so they turn the martian to swiss cheese but they also overgrazed the vegetation and create mudflats in the marsh. That's christine angelini of the university of florida. She says that without grass roads and tidal creeks for more rapidly. And what this is doing is turning a marsh that usually is sort of a continuous grassland into a fractured grassland. That has many title creeks or longer tidal creeks than what has historically been there salt marshes help buffer inland areas from storm waves and floods. So if they're damaged or destroyed the marshes may no longer protect the coast.

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"marsh" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

James Miller | Lifeology

08:14 min | 11 months ago

"marsh" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

"Again go to james miller life dot com forward slash audible to get started today. My guest is michaela foster. Marsh author of the book star child a memoir about michaela's life with her dopp brother frankie and michaela's journey to learn more about frankie after his tragic death by finding his birth family in uganda. Michaela isn't acclaimed musician with three albums to her credit and the founder and executive director of star child charity. she lives in glasgow. Scotland and has received a prime minister's award for her work in uganda. Welcome to my show michaela. Oh thanks james louis to be here. I am looking forward to this one of the great things about you. As i've heard you sing for albums and you have this style kind of shy and everybody days. Yeah so you have a phenomenon. She's you both are phenomenal playing a little bit there. Oh thank you. I really do appreciate that. You have done so many things. And i'm so excited to talk about this. Because you have an amazing charity star. Child charity Which was really influenced and impacted by your brother. So why don't you walk us through some of the the life experience you had because you had such a phenomenal story with frankie. Well frankie was Adopted unter family thirteen months old and He was black ugandan anti was identical in age to me a both thirty months old. Yeah and There was lustily weeks between us so we were pushed around glasgow and twin prom season that at that time. Not it ever really seen a black and white show together An transracial adoption was really literally on haired. Oh so it was a very unusual thing and my my parents actually hadn't seen dr black child just to give you. Some background had actually said that they would accept our hard to place child. Meaning child that perhaps it a disability or some business bureau stews. Yeah it was a order. A lot of people didn't want to adopt older children so they had put on the application form that they would take heart declared child an-and option agency got back to them to see that they had a little black boy that home who had been hard to place and he was now thirteen months and they did they feel about that and my parents basically said the really doesn't care about the color of the child's skin as long as they felt the bonded with the child a. Yeah but if you think about it at the time that was in nineteen well. It was adopted in nineteen sixty eight over nineteen sixty seven and you know. We were in the height of the civil rights movement in america and martin luther king was assassinated. Update us though. The world is almost like right now. We're murdering what was happening there. That point and i used to say to people that my parents when adopted frankie. It was really brief thing to do Because it never been herod off and in the midst of all this upheaval in turmoil. Which was filtering over to the uk so but people were really kind of taking a end just even like six months ago really thought until more recent circumstances that people have begun to again realize and i think is incredible. The timing of the book know the the saying things that you said you know by parents and and being able to take that you know quite onto. Racism stands at that time silver aggressive. So can i hate to say so progressive because it shouldn't be progressive but it was so progressive. Yeah yeah it's almost like we're going backwards. Something's definitely that's for sure so so anyway. Frankie came to stay with an. I have to say that i mean the agency were really concerned that there could be territorial issues between frankie and myself because i can orion and we really bonded down. You know. I just follow me around all over the place and that option agency said unload their to go. Hey as it was just a foster nello that option to go ahead and so we grew up together. Go on very very well and through. You know all our school days together but most of all the same teachers and You know we called each other twins from debut and enter the fixers of you when you were little. There was a door enough chris. People would always stop. My moment is street. And wanted to touch frankie and and dead. You know these here and it's just the same way that curiosity that it wasn't so much that we were suffering from racism. I think mom was overwhelmed by just high much. Closer to there was and there was a lot of sympathy to You know that that can have garnered and because he was very different at that time. And i think scotland as it may be to america at that particular point so you know it was much the same as now when i go ci gondal all the kids there want to touch me and they wanna rob microsoft like their finger and rub. They wanna brush my hair. I mean they. They have different here. Why we're here. They want brush mine. And they're just curious and i just cannot stand there like you know some exotic shot lying them to just talk. Should we all over. I mean basically what used to happen to rankin scott would laugh now if if she was here she would be laughing at the change by tam so when we go into high school yeah. There was some racism mainly outside us. Go to be honest. How does he deal with that. Well frankie handled it really well. You know he could have easily had a chip on his shoulder during his black growing up in the white family. And you know just With with some of the racial tension but he had such a great sense of humor. Just never let it get to him. i don't know higher looking back that he cool. I mean it wasn't i mean. Don't get me wrong glasgow. He grew up very loved. Emmy nobody hundred people came to his funeral when he died and the love far outweighed any racial prejudice hurt. But it was certainly there. I mean sometimes we go into a bar and some just refused to serve you. I mean that's happened in the world still but it still. Yeah i mean frankie myself. I mean we would just had to leave if we knew that there was a hostility brewing. We would leave now on occasion but you couldn't get of a situation and there was certainly one night where i was pulled out in front of us and it was horrendous but we were very lucky on that occasion that a lot of people came to a defensive. Besides i can. He seemed to manage to to calm the situation with with just not wanting to to three. You know a hassle but it could so easily turned the other way but he somehow managed to kinda talk. This guy diane from you know has anger and some of his own friends rallied. So we did you know to say that. I never faced the face of racism. Sohan damn but it certainly was an minority at that point Unlike say he just had an ability to believe that most people would see past his collar on deal with it with a with a good sense of humor without getting defense if he could fight. I mean my dad had been in the boxing ring in his youth and so he taught. Frank yelled number of bulbs in weaves and had to to defend themselves And occasionally that that would happen on but really buying large. He had a smile on his face. Vacate his matic begging attractive You know beautiful tall african man and you know he could charm..

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"marsh" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

12:07 min | 2 years ago

"marsh" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Marsh, and this is our annual show from McGee Marsh, where we are birding, and I had hoped to set up somewhere where you could hear birds in the background, while we're doing our podcast. But unfortunately the birding is not very good. This time around is a Bill. Hiring. No, no. So I'm sitting in the parking lot in an area near the bald eagle nest in the bald eagles just gonna have to wait to get to that nest, you know, hungry babies. So what? I have some baked rippled potato chips. They're low fat and I think that the healthy for an eagle because, you know you don't wanna feed in eagle fatty tips. I mean I mean. Yeah, you don't want to started life. No, no. But it's been. You know there has been a lot of cold weather this spring. It's been a very cold spring, and because of that, you know, I was surprised at how few birds are this year. How about you? Nope. Nope. And, and what what we're doing is because they'll is kind of in a way sitting this show out, because he just isn't getting any support from the listeners, and, you know, frankly, wha- what did you say? You said, I'll be darned tooting. If I'm gonna drive three and a half hours to do a podcast and just have it thrown back in my face. I it you said something like that. Didn't you? Right. Right. And so instead, we're using Skype FaceTime thing, and I have my new square iphone dangling around, my neck, and bills faces is right there. And we're burning that way. Oh. Oh, that, that, that's a chimp. Yeah, chimp a chimp got loose this year. I think chip is in charge of the blog this year. That's coming from the Marsh just. Between you and me. But it's so chilly that I'm wearing yoga pants today while I'm burning and I have to say, I'm getting quite the response from the ladies to that decision. I am a well known author and it's been a little taxing today because, you know, I've been you know, you've been bumped around a little bit because I'm wearing that sandwich signed with the. Yeah. With the big feather brained thing on the front end on the back end. You know, apply apply with is heavy. I it's heavy carrying a sandwich sign around. But, you know, it's a lot here in the plywood, is that chara pickles, the jar of pickles. Yeah. Because you know what? You know, the bread doesn't wave very much for sale sign. But you know the, the pickles do. Yeah. Yeah. So I've been getting some good response to the book, I been blocking the boardwalk with the sign, and telling people that they at least have to take a postcard, if they want to get past me on the boardwalk, and then I kind of pivot like turnstile. So, you know, at least I'm getting the word out. Charging for that passage. Correct. Right. Right. Cashbox. Quickly. You're making a small I am. I am. And it was a I appreciate your suggestion that we only take a bitcoins. Bitcoins. Exactly. Right. Right. So let me remind people. This is our podcast from McGee Marsh, and this is the podcast that we do every year. And I'm saying that particularly loud, so that the people in the parking lot around me don't think that I'm just some idiot yelling on a cell phone that instead I'm the in idiot doing a podcast. You should make that clear. Yeah, yeah. That's why was repeating that I certainly wasn't repeating that for our listeners benefit, because, you know, anyone who you can't tune in late in the podcast, either know what's going on, or they don't. I mean you can tune out. But have you ever heard of anyone tuning in late to a podcast? Unless the dead the dead tune in late. I mean that's true. Some of our some of our best listeners are dead. People. Delay between her there is there is a long delay. But there've been a few good birds. There was that remember I, I would say last year. Remember that terrible first day we had at MaGee Marsh last year and. Yup. Yup. And this I'm hoping that just like last year tomorrow is a better day because really, you know, Bill, and I we just gave up on the bird, walk after not too long, because there wasn't anything there, and we went right for the estrogen trail. You. Oh, it did it did. Because there was the, the black, Bernie and warbler showed up and the blue headed vario I got some nice photos of the blue headed vario light of war bling barrios there. I think they're warbling at you Bill, white the picture of you around my neck on the iphone the FaceTime thing, they, they never saw person with two faces before I don't think our president has birded here. That's a political funny. Isn't it? Yeah. Yep. And there was a very beautiful bright palm warbler in a couple of blacks blues. So. It was still was it worth driving three and a half hours for well compared to sitting at home. You betcha. The. Napping, or well, trying to, but I'd be doing duckpin ORs, or I would be endlessly being called down to the kitchen to take the parrot, who's quacking and annoying, Linda. And having to move the parrot to the parrots time out cage in the back room, and then when she was done fiddling around in the kitchen, meaning the wife having to go pick up the pair it and bring it back into. It's cage. Blahdy blahdy, blah. Couldn't be happier. No, no. I haven't seen any of those haven't seen any fructose warblers or golden claw, warblers, nothing like that. No, no. Nope. No. I did have a story. I wanted to tell you about member. I told you about that high handed burder at the sewage treatment pond, the one who wondered why hadn't been birding yet to see ducks this year. Well last week, I was at Coldwater river preserve, which is near freeport, Michigan not too far from where I live, and I was enjoying myself I just got there, and there were more birds there than there are here. I have to say it was a pretty good day and run into this guy. And he's got some volunteers with him who are doing garlic mustard poll, I've heard of taffy poll, but I mean, who's going to buy anything that you make with polling garlic mustard? But that's what they were doing. No. It doesn't. But anyway, he said, oh, do you come here often? And, you know, he came to full stop was with his volunteers. So I come here once in a while are you a bird or do you take pictures of flowers? He was very quick on the uptake because he saw me with a camera. I said, well, I'm burder and he said, what's the most note worthy bird? You've seen here. And I said, well, I guess it'd be throughly in warbler. He said, I salute warbler when I said, well, you know, it was last year. I just got here was in may or June. He said, June for Cerruti and were to be here in June. It would have to be nesting now. It's just minding my own business Bill. I just minding my own business. Yeah. Well, I was just trying to mind my own business. And suddenly, you know, I'm given the third degree about some bird, I may or may not have seen. You know what I've been talking about. So I said, well, you know, you don't have to believe me, you can look on Ebert, and you'll see that other people have reported that surreally and warbler too. And he said, oh, e bird, so I, I don't know what that's all about. But. It could be. I didn't know what that was about. So I just, you know, tip my hat and wished him top of the day. And you know that, that was it that was it. Encounters, while speaking of unpleasant, encounters since I've already kind of given the show a negative turn bookstore. A bookstore story to tell you, you remember you remember last year when you and I were heading down to McGee Mars that we stopped in a border town. I'm not going to name the town, but we stopped in a border town, and there was a bookstore there in a border town and bookstore, you know, I, I made a lot of noise in the bookstore about being an author. I have to admit it because they'd never heard of me before. And they said Howard, I like to come one year from today and do a talk at the bookstore that was last year on this day. And so you know what I completely forgot about it because they never got in touch with me again. I completely. Yeah. I mean, you know, we would you remember something for an entire year. So what happened was, you know, it was just something mentioned, you know about in nother year to the day doing a talk at the bookstore. And I completely forgot about it until you know, the bookstore didn't forget about it. I didn't realize I had made a commitment because I got an Email from the bookstore the day after apparently when I was supposed to be there. And you know what they said, you know what the Email said? Email said, oh, we're so relieved we feel like a black cloud has been lifted from us. Yeah, that's incredible. So I don't know. You know what can you do to make people happy? So well anyway, I guess we're getting to the end Bill of this special listener depreciation program at MaGee marshy, think we've talked enough about the birds yet. Okay. No. I don't think so what I'm gonna do is I'm going to head over to Ottawa national wildlife refuge, which is just next door their neighbors. They come over for tea, you know, crane creek and Ottawa national wildlife refuge, our neighbors, McGee, marshes, part of crane creek, and they, you know, exchange gossip anyway, I'm going to go over there and I'm going to drive the auto tour. And I'm gonna let you enjoy that with me. Out the window, which is going to ask, would you like to be roof mounted? I guess that's a person. That's a personal question. I guess. Yes. Yes. Well, okay. I would like to thank our listeners for, you know. Well, why should I thank them? What did they ever do for us zero? So Bill, I'd like to thank you for coming with me in spirit and electronically to McGee Marsh this year. Again, and we will try and get together soon. And let's go to Coldwater river preserve. And let's do some birding would do a show there. And let's see if we can find that snotty guy who didn't believe that. There's really and warblers air what say maybe we'll have a dust up confrontational. Hinder view with garlic polar garlic.

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"marsh" Discussed on Natch Beaut

Natch Beaut

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"marsh" Discussed on Natch Beaut

"Okay. Wow. Yeah. That's a lot you add in your life. Like when vine started what started that vine journey like what made you doubt that apper where were you in your life? And how did that sort of start growing to be really funny? Okay. So we're sitting in LA right now, we sure are. And it's a very LA story because the manager had at the time said I heard a rumor CA is higher not hiring signing vine stars. Okay. Yeah. You got to download this app. And I was like six and a half seconds. Yeah. That's the limit. Right. And I was like I have so much more to say than six and a half seconds. I downloaded the. It having that constraint of being sick. You can't say eight if I keep saying and a half because it was so important that point. Oh, yeah. Timing is everything. Honey, you had to condense your whole message and your whole being down to that constraint. So it's just enough time for me to say there is nothing wrong with you. And the young people who are on that app. I hesitate to say young because it actually was quite a diverse crowd. Everybody was on that up. So everybody was on that app would take my vines and play them over and over on their way to school on the rate of work when they're going to sleep at night, just to have a friendly voice repeat a message that was to hear exactly that was different than what their brain was trained in to saying to them for their whole, and perhaps the people around them. Yeah. Outside people to right, right? So I only attribute all those loops to people being so happy to share something that was different to share something that was other than what they were usually given. That makes perfect sense. That makes absolute perfect sense. And may I say to see somebody who is as queer as I am just living without shame right for six and a half seconds. I never knew that that would would take off her that that would be something people with value. Three hundred million loops worth a now, you it's and ended vine sort of take off everything I mean, you were already doing things you're already acting in and speaking and doing activism and things but vine kind of put you out there. Correct. Yet was the reason that I got the book derived, I got everything that came after that was because of I'm vine was the reason I was on national TV and all of that stuff came from square six and a half. Second news. I was going back and watching a bunch of them yesterday. And it truly is so. Oh, remarkable. It is is sort of like a little motivational speaker in your pocket a little a little coach your life. Coach. I marked some of them down. Hold on doing great. This is not a contest, I need someone to tell you everyday Jeffrey Marsh to say that to me every day, you're doing great. Thank you content. I'm taking that I'm taking that for myself. Another one you're utterly exceptional. And I'm glad you're here. It seems so simple. But but nobody talks like that. And to ourselves I have somewhere in here. There's a lot of articles about you that kind of label you like the internet's anti-bullying. Yup. And I was thinking like, yes, there are bullies. But sometimes we're our biggest bullies. We're our own bullies. We you are so wive all my we begin to police our selves. So the bully doesn't have to do a thing. I'm more. Yeah. We're doing all the work..

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"marsh" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"marsh" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"This is your first time listening to podcast, please get over there and pay NASA. Try button you do not want to miss all the action that it's coming your way right here on first glance fatherhood. All right dads. I have an awesome guest for you guys today. He is a popular pastor with a unique flavor of preaching Ivy. Marsh will be here with me just a minute. So please stick around for the interview. I do try to keep politics and religion as low key as possible on the podcast here only because this show is about celebrating fatherhood and family values. And I am very grateful to have listeners representing many different religions from both sides of the aisle who support me on the show here. I am someone who keeps God I in my life. I think prayer and praying together as a family is very important, but also living in a way that my children can see that. I am not just going through the motions of prayer. I am definitely a work in progress. My philosophy on life has shifted pretty drastically. As far as used to be someone who. Believed that the only way to get ahead in life was to get over my mentality was to cheat lie steal and always make up excuses to kind of justify my behavior. I used to blame everything and everyone for why I lived at the way that I did. And I was very convincing especially to myself. I m by no means a holy roller. But I have come to find out that through God all things are possible. And as it says in Matthew seven seven search, and you will find ask and you'll receive knock, and it will be open to you. And I am searching as getting and knocking like nobody's business. So my faith is definitely growing much stronger in the process. All right. That's that. I didn't want to bury you guys with too much of that. But I figured today's guest seem like it would be a good opportunity for me to put that out there one. Scheduling update here Titus O'Neil had some shifts in his busy lifestyle there. So I was unable to connect with him last week. But we are getting it back on the schedule. And as soon as I have a new date for that release. I will bring it to you on Instagram or Twitter. So please follow me over there at Alec underscore lace on Instagram at Alex. On twitter. I will give you the updates once. I have that locked in and scheduled once again and keep it locked in here to first-class fatherhood for Wednesday's episode. I'm gonna have powerlifting phenomenon and creator of the slingshot Mark Bell stopping by and Friday, a special edition of my third collection of navy seal interview. So it's going to be a nice week for you guys locking it than a podcast. Police have strived to all your friends about the podcast fatherhood rocks..

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"marsh" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"marsh" Discussed on KTOK

"You are a cool kid. And if you aren't you will be very very soon because the temperatures are going to be dropping very very soon. Lee matthews. Newsradio one thousand K T. Okay. I'm coming to you live from the garden show, the Oklahoma City, home and garden show. It is always an events to attend. And this year is no different. We're going to be telling you all about it specifically at the Markham's nursery room, the Marsh Marsh Markham's nursery, booth, just add the sun, and they've got some beautiful landscaping setup some fountains that you can hear running behind me and some great ideas for your yard. This is the time of year with a lovely wife, and I sit on the back porch on warm days like this afternoon was and sit back and say, wow, look at all the things we can do with this backyard. This coming year and Markham's is here not only to give you better ideas, but hope to make you to make them into realities. Plus, they've got some great specials to tell you about and to show you while you're here. And that goes for all of the booths that we have here at the Benetton center, and the centennial building we're also going to be hearing from some of those experts, and we have several experts lined up from several celebrity areas that'll be here to give seminars and one on ones, and we'll tell you all about how you can enjoy that either tonight tomorrow or Saturday or Sunday because that's when it's going on while this frontal system that was supposed to be like what Monday, Tuesday, we were talking about how we were all going to die is really kinda petering out. Although it's coming through very fast. You can already see it in the north and the west chances of rain are going to be building up here. Very soon in the next couple of hours, and then it's going to rocket through with very little snow as it turns out now, but we'll give you that coming up with traffic and weather together on the tens. It's firearms. Friday went onto the range with my good friend and coach David the marine elder Eldon, and we decided to put what you see sometimes in the movies to the test shooting blanks. And is blank ammunition. Safe. You'll like to see what we did not only with our video blog. I'll have a podcast of it. If you miss it. But the whole life things coming up in just a little while on NewsRadio one thousand K T. Okay. James Langford are Senator announced and introduced a Bill today that basically it's going to say congress can't go home take a break or do anything until they get a budget outline out all the items for you in that. And you can comment if you like eight four hundred.

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