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Stepmom Mentor Tracy Poizner Shares Her Divorce Story

In Your Corner Divorce

06:29 min | 1 year ago

Stepmom Mentor Tracy Poizner Shares Her Divorce Story

"In what you're divorced is like yes sir. I married for so many years. Thirteen fourteen fourteen years maybe and My daughter was eleven. When i decided to divorce and i probably i probably should have gotten divorced. Probably should have never married this person. Except of course i'm the benefit is that i have a daughter who i love so much and she's wonderful But like i could have gotten divorced when she was two or three or five for seven or you know any time it was not in my wheelhouse. It was not something that you know. My parents have been married for sixty four years like didn't know anybody who was divorced. All of their friends were married all those years. It just was not anything that i ever entertained. As a solution to my problem solution was suck it up in like everything in life. I i i had two options which were figure it out and suck it up. I just say something. That's so interesting. So i'm all about like live your truth. Be who you are and own that regardless of what it looks like and what i did was what you just said. I tried to suck it up my ass off. China's gratitude lists all over town. I mean my. My perspective accepts. Oval was so small so great that by the time i got to the place where got you i was basically like you could use zero feigns and i'll just be trying to be happy and what i love about. That idea is today. We get to make decisions based on what her truth. And then we. The solution is a suck it up in our co parent dane and in our step. Mom's of so right. Because the person i wanna live with for the rest of my life is me and then whoever chooses my partner is going to be hopefully awesome but the sucking. It should not be my person. It should be like outside people. Yeah exactly exactly and anyway star. You're sucking sucking it up. And then finally i just i just couldn't anymore like your. I remember when my husband went with me. One time to counseling together. I remember saying you know. I'm i'm sitting on a cistern of of hurt that that is full like this cement late is on and no more can go in. I can't i just can't put any more in there. And i remember the the counselor asking my husband. Would you like to know more about what she's talking about. And he said no he didn't he did and that was the moment. When i knew that that that's the end you know so. Did he know he were struggling He knew that he had been unfaithful like through the entirety of our marriage. And he knew it and i knew it wasn't a secret but that it had just gone from that. You know that was something that i felt that i could encapsulate that somewhere. Like i could scott him. Is that little piece of what was wrong with our relationship and say this is who he is he. Has you know this kind of over. Sexualize attention seeking piece of him. That's not go away. I'm not going to change him. I can live around that by understand it today. would you want in your current marriage. No never never so. Do you think for for me. And for a lot of people. I speak whereas we try so hard to change. Our values are worse in changing the our order to fit the mersin. Where with rather than the other way around like. Honor like this. Who i am and i don't deserve nor do i wanna be with someone who can't be face into no of course not and it's a it's like a cost benefit ratio that you go through in your mind right. I married this person. Having had red flags about this before we got together. But i- flattered myself with the idea that i was the person that he wanted to come back to you and that i was better than these other people because i was the one that he chose and said. You're the one i wanna marry and you know i wanna be with you forever and the other philandering was like those were meaningless things in terms of the connection that we had that was an expert in hell yourself right my self. That was an expression of this. You know this weakness that he has. And i can cope with that because that's not about our connection. That's something that can stay on his side of the fence and in truth if he'd been nice to me the rest of the time i probably could've born at you know whenever you buy. Were you emotionally fulfilled by him. My fantasy of what our relationship was was emotionally fulfilling. The fantasy of it was but he was I mean i think it's fair to i. Don't wanna use the word narcissist. That gets bandied around you know. He wasn't like malignant but he was very very much about himself and his needs and and who he was and what he needed. And and you know my favorite question is asked us when i heard it from one of my clients and she said what would you want. Would you want your marriage for your children and you think about your daughter and i. It's so much easier. But i think that. I think that i was modeling. I thought i was modeling. My parents marriage. I mean i thought i was living out what i saw modeled. Which was that. You have difficulties between you and us just work like nothing is perfect yet. No relationship is perfect yet. They all have and there were many many good qualities of very interesting person. He's a wide reader. he's got a great sense of humor. he's very talented. He's very outgoing gregarious. But like those. Were all the reasons that i married him. At the end of the day you know it was a situation where he was somebody who was just sucking up all the air in the room. There was no room for anyone

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"mersin" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"mersin" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"When we left, you were laying some interesting news on us. E Woz. Shot hum a few bars. Oh, yes. Yeah. Yeah, I think I was in terms of the modern a vaccine from the fact that but I'll tell you what one thing that I tried to do. I get questions about the vaccine. And, um, I'd like to relay those because I think if if one person has a question, Probably a lot of people have a question, And the question of getting more often now is does this vaccine contains fetal tissue? Because there are vaccines that were developed using fetal cells taken in the sixties on these two vaccines do not contain fetal tissue so that folks are worried about that. Um, don't worry about it. Right, doctor get the vaccine. There was a retired teacher in Burbank name is Linda Wamsley. I've known it for a long time. She's 100% responsible for my daughter getting into the right school and the right teachers and everything. And just, uh, we just absolutely love her and everyone that knows from Burbank. She's like a celebrity. She said. Why aren't we using the empty schools as vaccine sites? Yeah, we could wait could be using all sorts of empty buildings of vaccine sites at the hospital. We have a shelf space. That is going to be a future. I see you, and that's what we're using. As a czar. Vaccines like try. The point is, yes, there's there's a lot of different places we can do this, but We got to do it. Are we running out of vaccine? No way have you administered about one point Six million doses in California. We have 2.7 million or something like that myself. And if we could, the more you administer, the more you get. So we're not getting many because we're not administering many. So, uh, is this a colossal and potentially deadly mistake that the government's making Yeah. Yeah, way. We've got to get this vaccine in people's arms, and, uh, I don't quite understand the hold up to be honest and and when we when we go to places that have the vaccine And you say, OK, much, you know, let Zeus of actually make very well. We're free music because if we use it with, you know, against the recommendations of the Health Department of the state, then we're going to get some kind of trouble. But it's just It's just crazy and you know Call your local doctor's office. They don't have the vaccine. And I can't fight. Can't find that the doctor's office with the vaccine. So you know people call and they say, Well, we're sorry. We don't have it. Where is it? So It's in hospitals, and it's in health departments and attack these major. These big, big, big major sites, and CBS has some On Waldron test some that that is their directed to give it to Mersin homes, So it's Yeah, so the distribution Concept is too rigid. It's very rigid. Right? The doctor what happens if they give away if they give out all this vaccine, and then when someone goes to get their second one? It's not available. What kind of window do they have to get that second shot? Is it a day two days a week? Oh, no, it could go on for months, actually on. In fact, there's some evidence that the longer you wait for the second shot, the more effective it is. Really you mean beyond the 28 days. Correct? Yeah. Now find was only 21 days on. The dentist went yeah, during his 28 days, but if, for example, with Madonna If if there weren't enough shots on 29 day, That's not a problem. You can wait until the third year 31st. Okay, now, the 60 a lot of people who are you know, fans of yours realized that you've got this vaccine. Week and a half ago, Right? That's all right. We could go Monday and how you feeling? Fine. Yeah. Wow. Um, you know, really, I had no side effects now. Well, I had a little pain in the arm. But that was no big deal, and the the experience is That a certain percentage of folks are getting more of a reaction with the second shot. So most of the time at the place is giving the shot. I'll tell people for the second shot. Don't saying anything the day after, because you might be a key and you might have a little great favor, but that's the second shot the first shot Usually goes very, very well. Good. Okay, well, doctor really appreciate coming on. We got a ton of questions that have been emailed to us may weaken tackle those on Monday. All right. Sounds good. All right. Have a great weekend enjoyed the two football games. I know you're a big football fan. And yeah, you gotta root for my packers. Oh, yeah. Has to now, right. Yeah, they did. Graham got to root for him. And if the Packers go to the Super Bowl, I can't imagine. You know you and your wife, Me and my wife. We jump in a convertible ahead to Vegas. You know what Don't push that. I like that idea. E could just see you and your wife. She's got a scarf in the back and our wind blowing in her hair. And it's you know, just the four people having a great time driving to Vegas together. It's cool. I'll be good. You know, I tell you people who would not believe that would be my kids. They go. What happened to that? That's great. All right. Thank you, Doctor. Have a great weekend and go green bag. All right, take care. All right. There he goes. Yeah. Look at that. Dr Raker. Sherry, Man. I love that guy. All right, we're live on K. If I am 6 40 mornings now with Debra Mark A surgeon.

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"mersin" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"mersin" Discussed on WTOP

"Sports at 15 and 45, powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white. Pink red. Let's go to George Wallace. Alright. Mark Ron Rivera, visibly struggling yesterday, said last week took a lot out of him with the treatments. But it does continue our plan to continue to coach the last three weeks of his chemo treatments team losing yesterday to the Ravens will face the Rams next week. In now, Rivera heads of course to the hospital for his treatments and was asked today if he can drawn anything from those visit. I was actually there the day that one of the chairs was going through his last chemo treatment that the people had a Nova handled the cancers. We're preparing to do the baby shark song for the kids. I guess that's what the Nazis did during their their run or one of the players. And so all the doctors in Mersin is that although we're reversing a vey sharp, because when that young person was going to come out of their last treatment, they were going to do the song for him. So I was going to stay for it. But you draw from rings like you do. And he did say that now he is a huge baby shark fan, and he has to do it, too. But so that is a good test story there from Rivera as he continues to get his treatment NFL tonight New England heading to Kansas City. All tests are negative. Atlanta Green Bay as well and mark Here's a stat for you. The Cowboys losing Big Brown's Yesterday They've now allowed 30 plus points in three straight games for the first time. Since 1960 wow problems and douse that one's for you. Trouble on defense or sure, Dale baseboards. All right. Thank you, Georgie. It's 12 17 foryou. Food is out there on wrapping a McDonald's steak, egg and cheese bagel. Look at this steak and the juice running down the side a little bit on the wrapper here and then a fluffy egg and really cheese photo was looking just so good. Grilled onions on about a Bago two thumbs up from McDonald's steak, egg and cheese Bagel for breakfast. Love it more bump up participating McDonald's the Go through some.

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"mersin" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"mersin" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Was president? When Trayvon Martin was killed. I'm not talking about politics right now. You know you had a black man in the White House when that stuff happened, so I don't want to talk about the politics of this dough. It's essentially deflection. When people send messages like that. What they're really saying is I need to find a way. To diminish what you're saying. I'm not talking about politics. I'm talking about values. It's d. J 1% on the great 1% of the Deadhead. I need more storage space for my Grateful Dead collection. Mersin Mack on KNBR 1045 and six thescore ts leader. Yeah. Wow. Howard Bryant was some good talk there. It's all it's all open for discussion. It's all of your discussion. We're trying to listen as best we can today. I think we should probably what Polly, do you want me to listen to something you have to say here is that we dio. I'm going to do this really quick mark just to improve some of these day and to do Ah, little good deed. Nice gesture here on the Murphy Mac show and also just the comments on the tying up loose ends from the last segment. We talked about great driving moments of P one. Chuck has always delivers the goods. He wanted to remind everybody Let's not forget about Francis Ford Coppola is the outsiders where you've got Matt Dillon, Ralph Machi o You got Estevez? He got Diane Lane, Murph. There's a very pivotal scene at the drive in movie theater is you know where Matt Dillon makes advances on Diane Lane and doesn't go well. It's a cozy could bring about the same faith as John Travolta got in Greece. And then finally, I got to throw this one in the mix for corpses for you and me and Murph. I think you came on board Got to remember that Brad Pitt in once part of time in Hollywood. He lives behind the drive. That's exactly in a little trailer. Yeah, you gotta go home and feed your pit bull in the trailer. By the way, Water boy here had shouted out and no disappear when Chuck, but actually last segment, Water boy said to me, how about the driving theatre scene in the outsiders night has prompted a shout out to pony boy for both of us. Should I stay golden Pony boy? That's the thing we're all trying to do today and Murphy That from that to this real quick and we'll get back on point. Absolutely. This is an important show. But just to make sure that we're doing something good for the community, Murph and I have decided we're going to hook you up right now, with a parking pass to go see Metallica there Encore performance. It'll be at the drive in Solano driving and conquered this Saturday night. Murph 11:30 P.m. is showtime. Copes is going to drop the needle on the record right now, and I want you to call up and identified the name off.

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"mersin" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"mersin" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Controversial part early in the morning, 6 23 in the morning, Okay? Whatever you started saying he could have. He could have been. It could have been up a little earlier. Hello? Will do No kidding. That's what that was. That was a refrain II was echoing throughout the house several times last night. What? What are we waiting for with this game? Well, I guess the short answer is it's it appears to be and they'll never admit this. Yeah, it appears to be a money deal because, and this gets a little bit into the weeds. Which isn't that fun for sports talk. Radio by waiting as long as they did. It appears they may be able to save a year on his arbitration clock. Which one of the Giants down on their luck, er's. I know right stuff, hand over fist over here. Last time I was at a crowded oracle park shout out to the pre of pandemic world selling China walking down the Embarcadero with a cup full of pencils. You know what I mean? I I bought two beers in the guy on the other side said that will be $29. Yeah. Joey board fun, and I stared. Him and then I and then I jammed my visa card in the machine. I mean, that's just there to the guy blankly. Yes, well, that I was just in the Stockholm syndrome, where I'm just like, okay, $29. That's fair. I think 14 50 is about the going rate. Polly. Sure for a non Coors light one, right? You want anything north of a Coors light? I think it's like 14 50. So I mean, yeah, to your point is that you know, they take those 29 bucks for those two beers and you know, what are we doing here? Saving on Joey Barton? Yeah, exactly anyway. Well as we say greed for lack of a better word is good. Green works right so that the answer you want be negative and controversial. He should have been up earlier. One more negative and controversial and made sure to say this. Don't forget, he says. Before you throw rose petals all over Farhaan, he says. Don't forget Joey Bart, drafted by The Bobby Evans regime, So that's a good call. Actually, just something to remember. We have been for Bobbi who's the most, you know. Listen, Bobby didn't get it done, and he made some bad trades. There's no question and any throughout some contracts that we've regretted for sure, but you know, he's sitting out there. I think he still lives in the city. Last I checked. He's sitting out there in the fog in the Richmond going, you know. Can I get a little love for Jo? Yeah, you can today on the Eminem show Bobby gets do Yes, Alright. Say good morning to coach has gotten settled in behind the glass after his long commute from the leadoff spot, and, ah Coach. What do you think about my negative and controversial take could have a little a little earlier. I'm for it. And you know, it's funny. I We were talking yesterday about that super to designation thing. And it isn't a set in stone like you have to guess Like, if you're if you're AH, general manager because to qualify for Super to designation here's the number you must rank in the top 22%. In terms of service time among players who have amassed between two and three years in the majors, So it's all about guys who are right around the time you were drafted. If you're in the top 22% of that service time you get that extra years, so they figured out that there are 22% Amount of players ahead of him well or they're guessing and they're hoping that that has passed. But also if you look around baseball out if you saw this yesterday, pretty fishy that a bunch of the top prospects were called up in the last two days. My eyes for the Tigers made his debut six was drafted one spot ahead. Kristin Passion for the Christian passed from the The Atlanta Braves was just called up. He's a top prospect. All these prospects now coming up right around this date makes it sort of seemed like this was the This was focused on attempt the entire time. Yeah, well, we got a tweet from somebody says calling them up now is it makes him a well season, 510 says. A well seasoned roast and not a flame grilled steak. So I mean, that's the positive spin, right? I could be satisfying them. Good. Rose could be satisfying, But maybe a little too damn, polite to moist. Also be satisfied. Bubbly where the dried out rose to one part of his dried out. Resident heating arose to keep it on. You know good was Joey Barton dried out roast yesterday? God he's prime, juicy slice A good grade A beef with your voice was the voice. Yeah, settle down. None of us has a negative thing to say. I mean, the guy's demeanor was great, his his his, obviously when he when he makes contact even his pop up. A screw, Cho said, was like almost like Willie McCovey like the way he's going to hit. He's gonna rocket balls around the yard. I mean, not every time, but he's going to be a guy in the lineup that pictures are going to have to respect and look out for him. But like I said it like a like, lengthen the lineup. Immediately. Last true Murphy Mac Form two. We got a comment on like the guy Joey Bar code. So I mean, I might as well be the guy to shout out the hair, too. He's got a fantastic head of hair on you dyed it tips or some tips going in tips, Don't you Johnny Lund tips there. You don't want to be outdone by a bond. I think he said to bond with his head right? He did, but he had the tips on the back, which was kind of odd before he shaved his head, So I think I don't know what the purposes. We think Devon probably dyed his hair and then it grew out during covert. That's my guess. Probably grew out and it was like that big mane with the tips on field about to bond right now. Yeah. You know, I think hopes you like to bond. I'm kind of on the fence. I wouldn't say I'm like a champion for him. He's kind of as mercy to me. I think what most actually the other day he got a hit in Mersin is just gonna get a nickel and dime us his whole career. And I said, Yeah, I think that's what I think he's just gonna be sort of a Bengal Dude is going to bench guy like that's okay. You need those guys, man, A one of you Grab a glove. You're our defense replacement center. Haig, grab about your pension. Hey, Eso eso need today. Today you're playing second. Murph. You don't win the World Series without Joaquin Arias, right? You gotta have guys in it, too, Said, what do you want for nothing. Veal cutlets. Grandpa Mike's they traded who drew Pomeranz for him Who will keep anyway? Exactly and Ray black and seize our essence they got they got a little utility piece for nothing. That was part of their future. Do you want for nothing? That's all except I'll accept that so But in terms of back to your comment, Polly on the hair and magnificent is what on showing. I expect him to be. I mean, where they got, like 33 games left. I mean, like, you know, you can't catch. I mean, maybe theoretically could catch 33, but probably not for knees and legs. All right, You got 28 or 33. Give me 20 something. I mean, hopefully see a lot of this guy from a DEA agent, like the other two. Yeah, Yes, yes, 23 years old. It's another thing When you were standing in the box. I was like he's 23. When's the last time we saw a 23 year old giant? I mean, even Jalen Davis and Du Bon or 25, Right? Yeah, I mean, seriously, I was thinking 20. You know, When is the last time we had a 23 year old giant bug in Webb's pretty young, isn't it? Because you like me to go position player? How old Brandon belt when he came up? Probably probably 23. Yeah, he was right around there. So it's been a while. It has been awhile and in want in one position Royal was 21. I think when he debuted, he was, Yeah. Truths and wasn't I think I saw you yesterday was a rough deal, man. Yeah, I know, right? Point being is that that like to see I was watching literally was like a kid. Kid. You're 23 stick around. Stick around going anywhere. We've been looking at a lot of you know, 30 31 32 year old dudes and I'm all in man and like he said that quote he gave to I don't know if we have that in the cut sheet, But when he was talking about the kids who are down in Sacramento, like I said, man felt like the first the first sledgehammer to the Berlin Wall of losing came town yesterday. I felt like the beginning of a new as the specials. Scott Band, probably out of the north of England. Yeah, sure. Dawning of a new era, my friend. If you for my sky heads, by the way, just since you mentioned the specials, Murph when you get around to watching that go Go's documentary on Showtime, which I strongly recommend. You will see that.

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"mersin" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"mersin" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Protect Three and two to straw. You can't walk him pitch is pulled to third and it's kicked by Solano. My goodness is now in such a defensive slump. Giants may not be able to play him at third base anymore. Three misplays in this game and you just got to be able to make that play. Astrosbullpen gets busy now left hander has started throwing here's the pitch. Longoria swing and drives one into center. Get into his left is straw and he's got a ball game is over Giants a little bit short on there, rather than they were five runs down to begin with here in the ninth inning. They get three And scram. The possible tying runs are on base, Crawford at third and Slater at first, the Astros hang on to win it. The final scores 6 to 4. Houston taking Game one. Of this three game serious. We're just not that good man. It's d j 1% on the great 1% of the Deadhead. I need more storage space for my Grateful Dead collection. Mersin Mack on knbr, 1045 and six. Sports leader Tim Ryan is vintage my friend Vintage. Keep it around at all times. I was texting Copes Polly last night, you know, you know my passion. My deep passion for Radio legend Jim Healy it down in.

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"mersin" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"mersin" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Half past headlines for Monday, August 10th 2000 and 23. Giants dropped Game three of the three game series yesterday to the Dodgers 6 to 2. They dropped two and five on this road. We'll be back at it tonight from Houston, as they take on Lance McCullers and the Houston Astros Giants have not yet announced the starting pitcher for that ball game. Some other news that a major league baseball the ST Louis Cardinals, We've played just five games this season due to covert. 19 positive tests have announced their games this week. Monday to Wednesday against the Pittsburgh Pirates have been postponed. There's no schedule yet as to when they will be back on the field, trying to make up 15 baseball games or whatever it is column or cholera at 23 years old, 13 under Wins the 2020 PGA Championship at Harding Park. Kids out of La Kenyatta played his college golf, a cow said as Myrtle J. Earlier did not play well at Harding Park when he played for Cal. We said it was enjoyable knowing where the golf course Wass morpher Murphy back, including the total weekend recall at 6 50 Those are your half past headlines. It's d J 1% on the great 1% and the Deadhead I need more storage space for my Grateful Dead collection. Mersin Mack on KNBR, 1045 and six. Thescore ts leader That surely is great to be back. Probably miss your body. It was fun to get away and decompress. As you know, when you got a way around your scores. Yeah, and we sent you office and Phil Simms love and that was that.

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"mersin" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"mersin" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Mark really with you have passed headlines. The Giants fall to Colorado yesterday 6 to 4 Lose three or four in Colorado, but it's about to get easy. They just have to go back to Los Angeles for the second time. Already, 6 40 is the start of this three game. Siri's tonight. Jephson Marja and Julio Urias will be the starters for this one. Ace bench coach Ryan Christians in Apologizing yesterday after the A's win. He quote unintentionally, according to him, made a Juster twice resembling the Nazi salute as the players started to come. Back into the dugout following the victory and PGA Championship Day two at Harding Park about to get underway shortly, Jason Day and Brendon Todd your leaders with five under 65 yesterday, Tigers three back to under And we'll tee off later on this afternoon. It's D J 1% on the great 1% of the Deadhead. I need more storage space for my Grateful Dead collection. Mersin Mack on KNBR, 1045 and six theme Sports leader. All right. Happy Friday morning, everybody. Thanks for tuning in today you got Polly Mac and Mark Willard taking care of the Murphy Mac show on a Friday morning, You know Mark, it's another piece of giant news went by yesterday's They did trim their roster from 30 2 28 So it was swore as an Dugger Interesting Suarez and Duggar now on the taxi squad. There was a lot of talk. There was some speculate. I even heard Populace name get kicked around a little bit like your ability, but he started hitting a little bit in Colorado. He had a decent game couple nights ago. The guy I want to talk to you about Mark and again. This is a guy we love. He is one of them or.

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New Zealand mosque gunman to represent himself at sentencing

BBC World Service

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

New Zealand mosque gunman to represent himself at sentencing

"Last year's terrorist attacks on two mosques in Christ Church, New Zealand has sacked his lawyers and opted to represent himself. This has raised fears among his victims, families that he would use next month sentencing hearing to promote his white supremacist views. Milk fill Mersin reports. Rent in Tarrant pleaded guilty to 51 charges of murder, 40 of attempted murder and terrorism offense. They were crimes that changed New Zealand and prompted far reaching gun reform. Tarrant is said till now represent himself at his sentencing next month. Families of his victims fear he'll use the hearing to promote anti Islam hate agenda. A judge will appoint a stands by lawyer in case the Christ church gunmen changes his mind about legal representation.

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"mersin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"mersin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Game winning streak one Christopher Cruz and I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters trade war rhetoric is heating up in the wake of Washington's latest planned a terrace on Chinese goods China state broadcaster CCTV said today that the United States the logic of pressuring others and not letting them fight back is observed and extremely building CCTV says China is willing to resolve differences through cooperation but will absolutely make no concession on major principles at the G. seven worries and threats as wildfires rage through the Amazon Irish prime minister Leo of a red car and French president Emmanuel macron have said that they will vote against a trade deal between the European Union and south American trade block near coarser unless Brazil takes action to protect the rainforest U. K. prime minister Boris Johnson joined attacks on micron for his threat to block the E. U. S. America Sir trade deal the Iranian oil tanker that the U. S. tried to seize in Gibraltar has changed its heading to southern Turkey that raises concern its cargo will end up in Syria the Iranian flag Adrian Daria one which used to be called the grace one switched its destination to the Turkish port city of Mersin on Friday night according to Bloomberg vessel tracking data on a lighter note to all the trade tensions shares an entertainment one sword thirty two percent in London trading yesterday after the company that produces kids cartoons was acquired by US toymaker Hasbro Bloomberg's Caroline have Kerr reports.

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"mersin" Discussed on Biz4Good Show

Biz4Good Show

10:27 min | 3 years ago

"mersin" Discussed on Biz4Good Show

"Okay with that. I'm ready for let's go. Very good. He's ready. We, we've kind of we'd love to change some things up every once in a while. So we're doing it today. And I liked to throw things out. We did not talk about a lesson in leadership. But I do think with marketing here, we need to do that. So we like to do sometimes a segment called lessons in leadership. And we just ask our guest to give us a tidbit about leadership from them something that our that our listeners can use, and be a better leader. Be a better force in the world. Okay. Sounds good. Over the last ten years, I've spoken to probably six hundred companies around the country in headed opportunity. Many top leaders from big companies small countries. Like, I think the, the number one thing that I would tell people is that you need to pay attention to employee's. That's people always say the customer first customer first, which is true, you take customers. But if you're not paying attention to what your employers are saying, and there's internal strife than griping and things going on that need to be addressed, then your employees are more worried about the guy in the other cubicle than they are about taking care of your customers problems. And that's an issue that is so true. I, I say all the time, if you want good, customer service have half the employees. Yes. If you don't treat your employees. Good. How can you possibly expect them to treat your clients, could correct? Awesome was Ernie. Contrasting stories, I'm gonna go a little weird place. Is there any stories that are nightmare stories that we can learn? Maybe you go in any business, and find one. Yeah. Everybody. Yeah. You have stories. That's just how it is. So that, that person that's behind the counter where they're having a problem with the with the with the with a customer potential customer, and the manager comes up and curses out the guy for doing whatever they did why you stupid idiot, you shouldn't treat the customer this way, blah, blah, blah, blah. How does that look to that potential customer? I don't think I would want to do business with that place in we, we have a tendency to just to hire employees, then after well and lots for lack of somebody else's better, we turn people into managers are supervisor with no training, absolute. And so then you get all the emotions and everything and go along with that with an untrained supervisor manager, if you don't spend the time training, teaching that to do their job of the result is, like an example. You share there is it's going to reflect poorly on the frontline people who are in direct contact with your customers. Yep. It, it really we, we keep saying, we, we used to think that it was a no brainer this being good and doing good thing. But it isn't. A no brainer. And more people need to understand if you want happy clients. Happy customers. Happy employees, just think about how to be good to them, how to treat them decent. And you'll have better employees that will stay with you longer. It's not rocket science yet. So many corporate companies don't live that way. Why is that? I mean what you've always been top down mentality that I created the company got the product service. I know we need to do and you guys just need to do your jobs, and everything will be fine. And then when it's not fine the boss insensitive, just more upset. And it's like well, hey, I know we have a good product. What's a matter with you guys and the grit example of a friend of mine here in town? Dr Jason westernised opened a holistic clinic, Emma Draper, and he's from Patillo, his great grandfather started this clinic one hundred ten years ago. No. And so it's been kind of small small just their book Italo and he's been able to. To add more facilities, and open up more clinics because he finally got cleared that is employees we're going to drive that cut that growth not alone. So he said he would come in every day and he'd have waked weekly mini salty employees, new tone bet their mission, and their values, and they do some very important work that treats them some tough diseases like Lyme disease in Mersin, things like that. He does he, he helps people that kind of run out the end of the road. Other other places, and he said, I would come in, and then and then one day after all these years of telling my employees, what our mission was, what our vision was and how excited we need to be every day. He said, you know, he when came in one day said, okay, tell us what our mission and vision are an end. The police couldn't repeat it. He said, well, wait a minute and coming in tiny this all these year. Why can't you repeat it? They said will Dr west of you just take a little time. And listen to what we have to say we might be able to help you with growing your business. And so it was a real turning point for him where he stepped back and said and he's. Hires very top notch employees, but he wasn't listening to him. We said, once I got clear about that. And I got out of the way and them start driving the business. He said, business boomed and more people get taken care of. That. I gotta go there because for my I went through that same thing with my with my IT services company. When I started hiring people it made me have ten times, more work 'cause nobody could do it as well as me. So I had to watch every it was killing me ten years ago. I just about died just from the stress of trying to do everything for everybody. And hiring people didn't take it off. It made it worse. It wasn't until I learned that right there and let go and realized you know what if I hired the right people and man, Mike, empower them, and yeah. An empowered and let them know how important they are. I mean, I do more just let my guys know how amazing they are. And how fantastic the are we go every chance to get we go to lunch? Take it. We do parties. I just they gotta know how important and amazing. They are as employees. And then I don't have to worry about anything else. Correct. And even if you look at the at the will call the millennials or the next generation up their culture. Ears. They're very conservative, very concerned about that there work matters like they're not just a click the check, right. They wanna know they're doing something important. And so you see the companies have gone to better engagement in terms of things you're talking about going out to lunch or having a break room. Full of snacks are pink, on, whatever it is a yellow to ram. I, I got a buddy his company as a yoga room. I've seen meditation rooms I've seen special rooms for special meetings. Like if you gotta have a one on one with somebody, they have like a little special room, go to so that kind of thing is very important to that generation, and if you're not paying attention to that, you're, you're fallen behind absolute for sure this is good stuff. I knew we should've done a lesson in leadership is great. This is perfect perfect. So let's actually get to the interview with we're we're starting with a new kind of a question now. It's not new. It's the same question. We always asked in a different wave. We want to know a little bit more about marketing maybe. Something you haven't told everybody all the time. But something that in you changed your life to realize that being good and doing good or biz for good life really, really mattered to you, what happened in your life. Well, it is a story that I tell frequently, but it still I think, kids dead center to your question, and that is when I grew up in southern California in the sixties and seventies, I wasn't a very good athlete. I played sports with my friends and things like that. But in high school, I didn't play very much, especially basketball. I sat on the end of the bench and the end of my senior year. I decided okay, this isn't for me sports. Like, you know, I that there's no future here time to move on and do something else. My father's marine diesel mechanic, and grown up around engines and wrenches and things like that. So I had to go to trade school for a year where being Allah mechanic, so moved to Arizona went to trade school for your came back to southern California got fired for my first job in a car dealership because it was way over my head and ended up in a tire store. On the other side of Orange County and Buena park and was very busy. Intersection, I worked there for about a year and a half change a tires June tune-ups brakes front end work straight commission. And one day it was on the corner of this. Busy intersection speaking to this customer, trying to sell them the job or something, and a junior college basketball coach from down the street came around the corner. Whipped in and said, what the heck is this 7-foot-4 guy doing in this shop? Bend wrenches. So he so he came in and his name was was Tom Lubin, as Misys and basketball coach at the local junior college. So this is the part about the enga. All right. So at first I was offended by him because everybody came in my shop and said, you know, why aren't you playing basketball which used to piss me off? And I'm just like I don't play basketball can help you with your car. Like what do you need like, you know, let me make some money here, and so, but he said, you know, so we kinda got through that part, and he kept coming back to visit and time and time and time again, he said, look, I know some things about basketball that you don't know. And I'm like, yeah, yes you're sure had enough you high school coaches. Those your coaches when is nice school. I'm really not that interested, but he kept coming back. And, and finally after nine visits said he brought me a pair basketball shoes, a NBA guy to meet me. He just kept working on me working on. And any, but this is this was the king, he said, one day came to be said look, you said, if you'll just go to the basketball court me for thirty minutes, and allow me to show you some of the things I know about being a big guy that you don't know he said, if you don't like what you see a leave you alone. Now he wasn't making any money on this. He was just a coach at the junior. College is a chemistry professor L. And so we went over on a Saturday morning and he said, look, he said, I had a great uncle who was one of the first great big men in the game basketball in the nineteen thirties. And he said, he showed me, some very simple moves at low post underneath the basket that you can do without dribbling, the basketball that I think you might might change your mind a little bit about maybe giving basketball another shot. So we do these little things like step across the key, hook shot and turn Bank shot, just simple. Little moves that didn't require any dribbling? I lot of foot work and in thirty minutes. I said, wow. I you know, I mean I'm kinda rough abandoned McCann. For three years..

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"mersin" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"mersin" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"So he's on the corporate side. He does stand up comedy developing TV shows, so he's kind of a perfect example of how some of the members in the film have our burgeoning media stars like they start with means. And then it leads to something bigger. It's a it's a very pure immediate form of comedy it, here's what I want to say. I guess. Okay. As someone who's studied comedy for a long time. There's plenty of comedy that plenty of people aren't interested in. But then there's comedy that people are inherently inherently interested in and I'll give you an example doing voices ever. Kids love it, and people that are very well versed at comedy. Still laugh, when you do that spot on impression impressions thou. So love roasting. They love it. When somebody roasts it, whether it's a kid or whether it's highest falutin purveyor of comedy. They love a good roast in the mean is sort of that through per satisfying. Yes. Exactly. And I think I mean you know, obviously you coming from a standup back on it, it's, obviously, a very different animal. I think this is a quick sort of, you know, you have ten seconds or you have a minute in between taps at work, and you see something that makes you laugh or something you can relate to that can be really powerful and you can share it with a friend. And I think it's a very different form of comedy. And I think you know, I'm actually what you think about it because they're, they're definitely different differing opinion in the comedy world about whether this is even comedy or whether it's a roading real comedy. Or whether it's a nice addition and its own lane. Like everyone sort of has different opinions on that. I think it's a very kind of punt pass and kick competition, which is like an event they would have like who's the best football player in the nation under age thirteen like, well, we don't know how to do everything. But while punt will pass kick, like if you said, hey, you're going to hire, you have one opening and five. Applicants for crank Yankers, your new TV show on comedy central you got higher one guy, but you've got five opening. I would say, take all five people show them the physical show-me, the film of Trump or doing whatever it is go everyone's on the clock. Give me your funniest on that one. Then we'll do the Oprah one, and then we'll do the shack one, and then we'll do whatever one. And then if I looked at the person that insert of real time or with a twenty minute time limit or whatever that is a winner would emerge like you'd go. This person makes me laugh this guy or this girl is not going to be, but this guy or Carol. This Jew or gentile. It's going to be this makes me laugh. You'd be smart to hire that Mersin. You wouldn't go. I need to look at compare the rest of your body of work and Bubba vodka. This person's fastest person's funny funny personal, make eight Nim them funny. Well, and there's a lot of people getting hired to TV writers because of tweets that they've come up with valid, right? I have a question for Shaun. I've wanted this for a long time and literally can't think of anyone more equipped to answer this question, I've always had no one can answer for me. The original definition of a mean was like something that everyone knew spread like wildfire. You know, crying Jordan cheeseburger cat, dramatic squirrel. It's one of those transcend everyone of certain dramatic squirrel. Yeah. A certain age. She's cat. It's one of those. I'm just saying. When did the definition go from that thing, everyone knows recognize instantly, and transcends aged class? Whatever to someone made a funny thing, and now it's out there and maybe ten people know it transitions to happen. Are you at like one transition from, like a biological definition to a cultural one or, or wait it become mainstream? No, no. Not the mainstream park because I feel like cheeseburger cat was mainstream dramatic squirrel. Morose chipmunk all the tip. Mount Rushmore me. But those are mainstream. Yeah..

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"mersin" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:46 min | 3 years ago

"mersin" Discussed on KTOK

"We can find out what the ideal diet. I hate to say diet because they're died. But because I tell my clients and patients, this has to be sustainable, whether we're talking about getting their gums healthy or we're talking about what to eat or what how what kind of movement works in their life. It has to be sustainable. And so so this tool that you've introduced me to is excellent. Because it it also helps them help send see with objective information. Not my opinion, not their neighbors opinion. Not not what they saw Dr off there. Yeah. Not what they heard when they were in line at the grocery store bet they they know this is based on my genetics. And this is my best eating plan. And this is my best movement plan and they're motivated, Mike. My first. Big thing that going when I decided to go back to school. I went through mayo clinic's wellness coaching program. And the the key is mindset. So when somebody develops a mindset, then it's not that I need to do this. I should do this. They want to in this test gives them something that that makes them want to it helps change their mindset. I gotta tell you so valuable it's so valuable we agree with that here on the show philosophically, we believe as a man thinks in his heart or woman as a person thinks in their hearts. So are they absolutely that's a biblical concept? That was about say that's a biblical concept. That's true. It's all true. You idiots. Sorry. Bible truth. There we go as a person thinks in their hearts. So are they I have done so much nutrition counseling where the person saw themselves as perpetually fat. When a person says, I'm the kind of Mersin who've dot dot dot. I'm the kind of person who eats the entire bag of chips. If I have just one I'm the kind of person who can't stop a gorging, if I'm nervous or if I'm happy or if I'm angry, they tell you what their script is and as a person thinks in their hearts, so if they start to change their behavior without changing their mindset, they snap back like a tetherball, and that is an interesting application of this DNA test what she's talking about. She is offering a test called fit IQ where you swab your cheek and in a couple of weeks, you're going to get results back in. It's going to tell you what is your ideal diet based on your DNA? What is your ideal exercise based on your DNA? It will talk about. Hey is exercise going to be an important part of your weight loss plan or is it merely an important part of your good health plan. But not. Really great for weight loss is it. Are you going to be a low fat diet like me, I'm so bored? With low fat I have been preaching against low fat for twenty years. But I'm a low fat person hoarding to my DNA. And so I am more like a nineteen eighty-seven bodybuilder diet, you know, chicken breast and broccoli and that kind of thing. Furthermore, my own DNA tests shows that I hate this. I have to do in during straining, I hate endurance training. But that is always what has worked for me. I had an old wooden Nordic track in the end fat would melt off of my body. And then I read the the tomatoes study about sprints back in the mid ninety s I started doing sprinting, and in my mind, I was going. This is good for me. And I just got fatter and fatter, but every time I'd get back on that long. Slow. Cardio nordictrack fat would just evaporate. You can find out for yourself what your ideal diet and ideologues are Cise is by going up to Oklahoma dental wellness center on ninety sixth in may northside, get an appointment with Dr Deborah Osmond. Go ahead and get one of these tests. It's cheap cheap cheap. It's not two hundred dollars. It's not one hundred and fifty dollars. It's super inexpensive. And she's going to give it to you at a good price. And then find out exactly what to do. And then let Dr Debbie handhold you through the whole rest of the process once you find your diet once you find your exercise. That's just the part two after getting the oral health right after getting the forgotten orifice part. Right. So Dr Debbie does it all it's not just oral health. It is whole body health. She's a terrific fella. A fella at the a four AM. She is a dentist. Let me give you Oliver contacting. Plea. That's yeah. There is a Ted talk that doctor Debbie did right here in Oklahoma. It was it is a terrific, Ted talk. Go to Dr Debbie Osmond dot com. Debbie is D E B B, E Osmond. O Z M E N T also go to or go to YouTube, and you didn't fit in tex-, Debbie Osmond. And it it'll pop up. It's fourteen minutes, the forgotten orifice this telling you that's a memorable name whenever you. I said I went whoa. It's. Which I just inserted my foot into. Listen, you guys this has been a fun show for Dr Brian Frank Adam pain in the boys and Dr Debbie Osmond..

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"mersin" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"mersin" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"That's the reason why I really wanted that phone is just dependent give me a little head, you know, just a little head. But I'm hoping I'm healthy. I'm going to get back into training on Friday. Like, I said in in hoping to fight in June or possibly July. I wanna find day, it'd be awesome. The fight on international fight league is well anyone in particular come to mind, there's someone in front of me or bigger name. That's that's all I can foreign that. That's what I wanna do though. They offered me someone that was rank ahead of me. I took that fight. Unfortunately, he got injured. And then Michael Johnson was thrown in there. And then that motivated even more I think it was a better fight is because of how good Michael Johnson and how big of. Following is or has and. Yeah. So that motivated hell on the motivate me even more just because I I knew I had to work. I had to work my ass off like go in there, and and eat him and his show the fans in his everyone that I belong who is another name. I was Mersin death it. Okay. And I think Johnson die but injury or something I think it worked out even better. You know? I always I feel everything happens for a reason in manigault as planned, and I got the Johnson fight in than I have that spectacular. Knockout even going back to the Stevens by as bad as the injuries that I had, you know, with the time off I really let my body just ill. This is the best. I felt as I got into UCI been finding injured my entire crew in. The UFP except my first light against onto other mad been messed up not being able to train the way the way that like wrestling do just do everything I have not done that. I got into the UFC until this. Well, congratulations by men, what a performance what a win what a knockout. Holy smokes, very happy for you. Well, done on coming back in overcoming all that and continued success, and hopefully you get to make up for lost time and a bunch of times this year and raking all the dough. Thanks for doing this show. Appreciate it. I go. Thanks aerial. No problem there. He is. Josh Emmett big win for him on Saturday. He improves now to fourteen and two if you have not seen that knockout check it out. It was as precise can be like a sniper. Unbelievable. Right. So Friday, some big news. I talked about it at the top Jorges. Mas all Ben aspirin. Is it happening? Is it not is it happening in Chicago's that happening in Las Vegas is it happening. At all. Let's get some answers here from funky Ben aspirin who is a regular guest on the program these days. It's so nice. How are you Ben doing? Well. How are you doing this morning aerial? I'm doing really well. It's nice. It's like our by weekly or by check in with each other. This is very nice. So here we are on a Monday afternoon. What's going on? What's happening? Are you fighting MAs dollar not? Well, I think I am. I don't know what he is. I was listening to Josh Mottaki. And I don't know what this is talking about about not being able to get a job. And this is something I have an issue with all MMA fighters. Listen, and then as a terrible professional shoes. I don't really know. Why chose it? I got like three jobs outside of may come on geigo job. Okay. What are they? Well, I'm a podcast for rudeness one. Okay. Oh and three wrestling kademi wrestling calves that would be number two I travel around into wrestling camps. That's well, that's three I worked for the badge. RTC that's four. What's the fourth one? The what badger regional training center. I'm the head coach for senior level athletes at the university of Madison Wisconsin medicine. Okay. All right. So you're Josh go out there and get a job. Basically, I'm telling all enemy fighters wisened..

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"mersin" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"mersin" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"That's the reason why I really wanted that phone is just dependent give me a little head, you know, just a little head. But I'm hoping I'm healthy. I'm going to get back into training on Friday. Like, I said in in hoping to fight in June or possibly July. I wanna find day, it'd be awesome. The fight on international fight league is well anyone in particular come to mind, there's someone in front of me or bigger name. That's that's all I can foreign that. That's what I wanna do though. They offered me someone that was rank ahead of me. I took that fight. Unfortunately, he got injured. And then Michael Johnson was thrown in there. And then that motivated even more I think it was a better fight is because of how good Michael Johnson and how big of. Following is or has and. Yeah. So that motivated hell on the motivate me even more just because I I knew I had to work. I had to work my ass off like go in there, and and eat him and his show the fans in his everyone that I belong who is another name. I was Mersin death it. Okay. And I think Johnson die but injury or something I think it worked out even better. You know? I always I feel everything happens for a reason in manigault as planned, and I got the Johnson fight in than I have that spectacular. Knockout even going back to the Stevens by as bad as the injuries that I had, you know, with the time off I really let my body just ill. This is the best. I felt as I got into UCI been finding injured my entire crew in. The UFP except my first light against onto other mad been messed up not being able to train the way the way that like wrestling do just do everything I have not done that. I got into the UFC until this. Well, congratulations by men, what a performance what a win what a knockout. Holy smokes, very happy for you. Well, done on coming back in overcoming all that and continued success, and hopefully you get to make up for lost time and a bunch of times this year and raking all the dough. Thanks for doing this show. Appreciate it. I go. Thanks aerial. No problem there. He is. Josh Emmett big win for him on Saturday. He improves now to fourteen and two if you have not seen that knockout check it out. It was as precise can be like a sniper. Unbelievable. Right. So Friday, some big news. I talked about it at the top Jorges. Mas all Ben aspirin. Is it happening? Is it not is it happening in Chicago's that happening in Las Vegas is it happening. At all. Let's get some answers here from funky Ben aspirin who is a regular guest on the program these days. It's so nice. How are you Ben doing? Well. How are you doing this morning aerial? I'm doing really well. It's nice. It's like our by weekly or by check in with each other. This is very nice. So here we are on a Monday afternoon. What's going on? What's happening? Are you fighting MAs dollar not? Well, I think I am. I don't know what he is. I was listening to Josh Mottaki. And I don't know what this is talking about about not being able to get a job. And this is something I have an issue with all MMA fighters. Listen, and then as a terrible professional shoes. I don't really know. Why chose it? I got like three jobs outside of may come on geigo job. Okay. What are they? Well, I'm a podcast for rudeness one. Okay. Oh and three wrestling kademi wrestling calves that would be number two I travel around into wrestling camps. That's well, that's three I worked for the badge. RTC that's four. What's the fourth one? The what badger regional training center. I'm the head coach for senior level athletes at the university of Madison Wisconsin medicine. Okay. All right. So you're Josh go out there and get a job. Basically, I'm telling all enemy fighters wisened..

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"mersin" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"mersin" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"Subscription is. So if you don't spend the money, you are out all that. Now, if you're not gonna do anything if you're just going to sit around and hope that somehow man of that man of falls on top of you. And you just all of a sudden you fall backwards into gold dust. Okay. Then you you're you're not gonna make any money. Anyway, no matter what. But if you're trying to do it, and you're trying to figure out how to do it. Then there's it's stupid for you not to be doing this because you're losing money anyway, good. So I was going to say that I have a friend who is working on starting her own business. And I think that right now she has priced her products to low. But I know why it's because she's comparing she's thinking about when I'm reaching out to some. And ask them to spend money with me. I'm asking them to go out of their way to spend money with me that they wouldn't otherwise spend, but the type of client she's targeting someone who's gonna spend vastly more money on an inferior product elsewhere. So she's priced it too low because she's pricing it to to to spending zero, but she needs to price to what the person would be spending. Otherwise in the Mersin would be spending triple at least otherwise. So that's when you're when you're providing something of value to someone the way that value transactions work with someone is that they spend they don't spend ten dollars because they think they're getting ten dollars worth of value. They spend ten dollars because they think they're getting more than ten dollars worth. So if you're providing more value than what you're charging, then you can charge just about as much as you want as long as it as it accords with that that value transaction. That's that's that's the mazing thing about capitalism about free markets is that you can do this. It's your literally creating value out of thin air that wasn't there before. And then everybody is benefiting from threat. Yeah. The biggest stigma is is that I I refuse to be ashamed. I was talking to somebody the other day and say, look, I've many shortcomings as a man, I I'm I'm terribly moody, terribly moody, I don't know if you've noticed or not. But I I just am I getting fucked and I get distracted and I get lost in my own head. And I like that time like I like time where if I'm if I'm inside my own head working through stuff. I don't wanna be bothered. And so when people come to bother me. And people are like what's up, and then I get frustrated if too many things are piled on the wall. I'm trying to focus on something else. And it stresses me out. I've many many faults, but one thing I will never apologize for is number one making the money that is required to take care of my kids and to follow my dreams. And the second thing is I will never be ashamed of asking somebody for money when I know that what I'm providing in return far exceeds what I'm asking for. That's just an anybody. That's what makes the world go round. I don't care. What industry you work in care? What you do in that industry? The only reason your industry is alive is because somebody is selling something to somebody else. Somebody in that chain has been able to justify the value that they are what they're charging in a fee is foreign excess of the value that someone is receiving everything from the Cup of coffee. You buy. Starbucks to the computer you buy at apple. They have convinced you that the computer that the couple how that the Cup of coffee is more valuable than the money that you're giving up an exchange..

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"mersin" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"mersin" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

"That was about also LA's ballroom scene. Yeah. So this is kind of your of wall e yeah, this has been it's been a blessing for me that was that was. Right. Funding the roots of it all too. Yeah. Definitely actually found myself in the Barham seen in my my real life. That's kind of I discovered, you know, the freedom to be myself into myself. So it was cool. It a reference you my real life into this. Yeah. Okay. So I don't we already talked about that that just makes me want to go back and punch people in time that abused you when they found out you were tramping, okay. But I love this. The the whole Ryan Murphy story, so you made a lasting impact on me decided to write a role Lulu, obviously, a fashion loving diva who second in command to the mother of of a house Pacific specifically for you. My agent said verbatim. Ryan is obsessed with you. And he wants he loves you so much he's creating a character for you. He wants you to be a series regular, what did that feel like was this after glee was already post this only second season I post coming out this year but saying so he was already Brenda Lee. Ryan murphy. Yes. Yes. Glee hit already heady out old stuff. Here's American horror story. No say, no what I'm what I'm saying. Is must have been listen I pinched. My saying was why and Murphy after all his yeah. Okay. Ryan Murphy's nece. But also he's like he finds people that he likes. Yeah. I think that thing with Ryan is at he really is one of those artists that sees true artists, and he gives him a shot a chance, and I appreciate. That I'm ever ever grateful to riot. First of all Ryan has been someone that I've wanted to work for since I first discovered American horror story just became obsessed with like all of his stuff, exactly Bravo's. He was already in in Mersin. His murphy. Yes. Certain. I've always wanted to work with them. And so that's still on my list. Ryan Murphy when I met him. He was incredible. I was just myself Armao dish in I just went in there. And I was like, hey because at that point I was dishing for everything I realize I was standing in the rain. I was at that point in my career was like, I don't care. I'm gonna stand in the rain half to a missiles leap, and I was at that hunger era my life..

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"mersin" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

No Such Thing As A Fish

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"mersin" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

"One one one is one plus two plus four plus eight which is fifteen anyway. So the lodge prime numbers were all finding the moment. Coma said primes on their all in the fall of two types, two types types to types, two types types, to etc, etc, etc. Minus one, and they keep looking for all these different types two-time sue things and check if their prime and some of them are also happens if you rice any number that's two types to ties to types to types too. Minus one it can be written as a string of once in binary. It's well MoMA, mama. And so this particular number which is two to the power of eight two million five hundred thousand nine thousand nine hundred thirty three minus one is a prime number. And it's also written as one moment in binary. Oh, yeah. That that's almost that was. Yeah. Impressive. You'd be a mass teacher. So I saw this insci- if American this fights which was really good, but his slightly more accessible maths facts from the article, and that is that the word twenty nine if you write it in cups of letters can be written with twenty nine straight line segments. That's quite nice. Isn't it? Sorry. If you t is a is a lie down was w is four four five six. And then if you add them all up, let's not do it all but they count to twenty nine. That's how convinced the kids that you are cool teacher. And then you met your calculator spell boob Lewis. Launched into the prime numbers stuff. Yeah. Muslims we so most and translate you say to the power something and then minus one, but we now keep finding these as the as the largest prime numbers. Yes. So I think it's just because that's where people are looking good and that kind of easier to find because we know the kind of format that they take. So we can keep looking for all the different to the power of and minus one can look at the next one. The next one the next one eventually will find the prime number got it figured us. Because once you're up to immersing seventy four million. They're probably number theorem says only one in every fifty million numbers is prime series big gap. So they started clumsy. So if you start at two two is prime and three as prime so that stage everything's prime. Then you got to fall all goes wrong. But then you got to five and the private gun. And then as you go up this fewer and fewer as you go it. So Marion messin of Mersin prime fame was a monk. He was in the minimums. It was what was called a. Monk, and he was also known as the post books of Europe because he was lessons. He was a really crucial scientific figure in the sixteen hundreds. And he was cool the postbox if you're because he was unbelievably well connected. So he was like one of these society ladies who brings people together. So he was like really great night's with Galileo Descartes with PASCAL with hubs, and he used to communicate between the mall and pasta letters to each other. And that was. Spreading Gossett, the postman of your. So. Yeah. And that way, he sort of spread ideas, and then they were able to make discoveries based on each other's ideas. Very cool. Good money from discovering new prime numbers, which is nice. So this thing called Gibbs. What is it the great internet Muslim prime? Search. It means it's a little bit of software. You can install a new computer and your computer just in the background hunt for prime members..

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"mersin" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

No Such Thing As A Fish

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"mersin" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

"One one one is one plus two plus four plus eight which is fifteen anyway. So the lodge prime numbers were all finding the moment. Coma said primes on their all in the fall of two types, two types types to types, two types types, to etc, etc, etc. Minus one, and they keep looking for all these different types two-time sue things and check if their prime and some of them are also happens if you rice any number that's two types to ties to types to types too. Minus one it can be written as a string of once in binary. It's well MoMA, mama. And so this particular number which is two to the power of eight two million five hundred thousand nine thousand nine hundred thirty three minus one is a prime number. And it's also written as one moment in binary. Oh, yeah. That that's almost that was. Yeah. Impressive. You'd be a mass teacher. So I saw this insci- if American this fights which was really good, but his slightly more accessible maths facts from the article, and that is that the word twenty nine if you write it in cups of letters can be written with twenty nine straight line segments. That's quite nice. Isn't it? Sorry. If you t is a is a lie down was w is four four five six. And then if you add them all up, let's not do it all but they count to twenty nine. That's how convinced the kids that you are cool teacher. And then you met your calculator spell boob Lewis. Launched into the prime numbers stuff. Yeah. Muslims we so most and translate you say to the power something and then minus one, but we now keep finding these as the as the largest prime numbers. Yes. So I think it's just because that's where people are looking good and that kind of easier to find because we know the kind of format that they take. So we can keep looking for all the different to the power of and minus one can look at the next one. The next one the next one eventually will find the prime number got it figured us. Because once you're up to immersing seventy four million. They're probably number theorem says only one in every fifty million numbers is prime series big gap. So they started clumsy. So if you start at two two is prime and three as prime so that stage everything's prime. Then you got to fall all goes wrong. But then you got to five and the private gun. And then as you go up this fewer and fewer as you go it. So Marion messin of Mersin prime fame was a monk. He was in the minimums. It was what was called a. Monk, and he was also known as the post books of Europe because he was lessons. He was a really crucial scientific figure in the sixteen hundreds. And he was cool the postbox if you're because he was unbelievably well connected. So he was like one of these society ladies who brings people together. So he was like really great night's with Galileo Descartes with PASCAL with hubs, and he used to communicate between the mall and pasta letters to each other. And that was. Spreading Gossett, the postman of your. So. Yeah. And that way, he sort of spread ideas, and then they were able to make discoveries based on each other's ideas. Very cool. Good money from discovering new prime numbers, which is nice. So this thing called Gibbs. What is it the great internet Muslim prime? Search. It means it's a little bit of software. You can install a new computer and your computer just in the background hunt for prime members..

Monk Coma Mersin Lewis Gossett Gibbs Galileo Descartes Europe Marion