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"mike writer" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"mike writer" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Media America's news and much more Www. PC Mobile News on the level on the gold of the new tests could make this easier eventually. Partly cloudy overnight, mostly sunny and cooler Tuesday. I'm Stanley here. Here's what's trending this hour. I knew saliva test for Corona virus could allow faster and wider testing, but not right away. Eric Berman reports. The ale developed tests just approved by the FDA returns results within two or three hours and without shipping anything up your nose. Indianapolis based Reagan Strief Institute vice president, Sean Granite, says it'll take weeks for the test is in wide use. Just think about all of the logistics. What sort of specimen container are going to be used lost saliva test? It's simpler to administer, Granda says. The real potential gain. Is it simpler to analyze The test breaks down proteins with a chemical that's much more widely available than what's used for current tests. Eric Bergman, 93 WNBC Mobile news. Your legislators can't socially distance at the State House because there's not enough room and Greenfield State Senator Mike Writer says efforts to minimize contact will change the workload used Tio here five bills on a typical session day. That's probably not going to be feasible anymore. They need an alternative before November 17th when the law requires they meet their The Trump campaign warns of massive fraud through mail in voting but in the state of Washington, we're all voting has been done by mail since 2011 Secretary of state Kim Lyman says it's not perfect, but it's also not rampant fraud. And so you know, we haven't really seen what I've heard the president and others talk about on the level on the go on Twitter at 93. W I, B. C and W II be si dot com..

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"mike writer" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"mike writer" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Like w. E P. C mobile news on the level on the go. A new task could make this easier eventually. Partly cloudy overnight, mostly sunny and cooler Tuesday. I'm Stanley here. Here's what's trending this hour. A new saliva test for Corona virus could allow faster and wider testing, but not right away. Eric Berman reports. The ale developed tests just approved by the FDA returned to results within two or three hours and without shipping anything up your nose. Indianapolis based Reagan Strief Institute vice president, Sean Granite, says it'll take weeks for the test is in wide use. Just think about all of the logistics. What sort of specimen container are going to be used lost saliva test. It's simpler to administer Grams says the real potential gain. Is it simpler to analyze? The test breaks down proteins with chemical that's much more widely available that was used for current tests. Eric Berman, 93 WNBC Mobile News. Your legislators can't socially distance at the State House because there's not enough room and Greenfield State Senator Mike Writer says efforts to minimize contact will change the workload used Tio here five bills on a typical session day. It's probably not going to be feasible anymore. They need an alternative before November 17th when the law requires they meet their The Trump campaign warns of massive fraud through mail in voting but in the state of Washington, we're all voting has been done by mail since 2011 Secretary of state Kim Lyman says it's not perfect, but it's also not rampant fraud. And so you know, we haven't really seen when I heard the president and others talk about on the level on the go on Twitter and 93. W I. B. C and W II be si dot com. Come now. Here is the forecast from the American Standard Cooling Weather Center. A few early evening scattered showers and storms ending overnight a low down to 56 lots of sunshine for your Tuesday and very comfortable with a high of 80. I'm wish TV Storm track a meteorologist Marcus Paley for 93 WNBC that surrounds.

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"mike writer" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"mike writer" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Like a mobile news on the level on the go. A new test could make this easier eventually. Partly cloudy overnight. Mostly sunny and cooler. Tuesday. I'm stayin Lear. Here's what's trending this hour. A new saliva test for Corona virus could allow faster and wider testing, but not right away. Eric Berman reports. The ale developed test just approved by the FDA returned results within two or three hours and without shipping anything up your nose. Indianapolis based Reagan Strief Institute vice president Sean Grandma says it'll take weeks for the test is in wide use. Just think about all of the logistics. What sort of specimen container are going to be used lost saliva test. It's simpler to administer Grams says the really potential gain. Is it simpler to analyze? The test breaks down proteins with a chemical that's much more widely available that was used recurrent tests. Eric Berman, 93 WNBC Mobile NEWS. Your legislators can't socially distance at the State House because there's not enough room and Greenfield State Senator Mike Writer says efforts to minimize contact will change the workload used Tio here five bills on a typical session day. It's probably not going to be feasible anymore. They need an alternative before November 17th when the law requires they meet their the Trump campaign warns of massive fraud threw mailing voting but in the state of Washington, we're all voting has been done by mail since 2011 Secretary of State Kim Lyman says it's not perfect, but it's also not rampant fraud. And so you know, we haven't really seen when I heard the president and others talk about on the level on the go on Twitter and 93 w I. B. C And W II be si dot.

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"mike writer" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"mike writer" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Those attack 12 and big 10 players will sit rather than play or they'll play one game one or two games and then we'll pull to harass and say, You know what? I'm good? Won't doubt you mentioned to caressed or that was one of my next questions. Thoughts on that one. How does that happen now? On one side, you go like okay. He's got a young family. He's thinking of them. He's already getting paid. But two it's just like like in Boston of looking at the social media tweets, so you would think he murdered Ah, room full of Children. If he had said and done nothing. Other than Say I I need to be with my family at this time. Then perhaps Fans of the Bruins fans of hockey. Talking media would feel differently. He didn't he was unfit to play new NHL term created for the bubbles. He was unfit to play and we know it wasn't due to Cove it because they haven't had a positive test in nearly 8000 covert tests in Edmonton in Toronto, 100% negative testing. So and what he was basically the head coach Cassidy just was like he can't play. Now. We never knew the reason. Then he got involved in some of the other round robin. It didn't help because the Bruins finished fourth in the round robin. And then, he said after the game after game to That I'm just playing for fun. The results don't matter. Fans not being here. Kind of changes the dynamic the Burns needed to get him out of there because he didn't care. No, that was just like he was just Ah, what they call a passenger at that point. I just don't want to be a tourist on a hockey team. That's a bad look. And Mike writer wrong. This has been done for 50 years. The one thing you're not supposed to question is the excuse about family for why you can't do something. Why you can't perform your job, so I have a feeling That was crafted by the Bruins coach. The Bruins GM the PR department rests agent and wrath signed off on it and said, Yeah, whatever you got to do. From from what I read Social media for the 1st 5 minutes after it, they're ready to run him out of town up there in Boston of all places because they didn't show up for the For the last time they they haven't showed up for a Stanley Cup, he said. In a couple of years, bring back Tim Thomas, where the Calls in the chance, so I'll bring hovering this up. And I know Ryan actually was on Chicago radio this week. Well done, Ryan. This reminds me of and I was at the NFC championship game. Between the Packers and the Bears. When Cutler didn't play through a knee injury, and Bears fans still hold that against Jay Cutler for not playing through the injury because he stayed on the sideline resident being in the locker room. They will never forget how Cutler with the soup of all on the line, did not play hurt. At that point, you think that he quit on the team just biking on a dump treadmill while Haney came in and threw the interception Never forget, but but Todd to the people like some, you know, there's some of you have read. A couple of I can't remember which you know Reporter was like they were showing sympathy for him. I mean, where is the the really feelings on this? Because, you know we're supposed to be lenient, You know, because we're supposed to a little bit softer and more understanding. Or is this a total quick job? He shouldn't have shown up in the first place. If he doesn't show up in the first place. People are disappointed in him. He's your number one goaltender. He's a veg in a trophy finalist. He has led you to the Stanley Cup finals. But it's better than showing up admitting you're not into it. And then all parties crafting an excuse to get you out because you want to go home. You you quit on your team. So obviously different sport, different times much shorter season, not a playoff situation. David Price opting out. That's totally fine before the season because he just said, Hey, I'm not comfortable with this and I want to know is that you agree Yeah, and he wasn't alone. No. He wasn't alone now What? What Rask really needs is another player in the NHL or two or three as we go along here, we're just getting started. We're barely For what? 23 teams as we speak three games in 2 16 full organisations being away from their families and their homes. This is going to take awhile to win the Stanley Cup over early part of October being NFL season, right? I think, I think Donovan Smith went through a little bit of this year in Tampa Bay when he floated that he might not want to play. And he floated it at a time. Where? Well, wait a minute. If you felt this way, Why wouldn't you have told the organization earlier? Because you kind of have an important job protecting Tom Brady's backside in a season where the bucks were all in to make the Super Bowl. Yeah. I agree. It's just It's one of those things, too, where you know this is. I haven't seen the excitement around the bucks to this level, since it's going back to the Super Bowl years and around those, you know a couple years right afterwards and there has been this kind of excitement in euphoria. Granted, we have a 43 year old quarterback. We have a tight end who's had some injuries and hasn't been there for the last year. You know, we still have some holes. I mean, who's the runningback? Who's going to totally rock that they're going to rely on? You know, shady McCoy. Good player. I mean, if you had grant Brady and McCoy 7 10 years ago, Fantastic. Right Right now, Little Wear and tear on those legs. But we get it. You get what they're trying to do. I appreciate as as a fan I appreciate and I think it's great for the area is just how how that translates to the regular season, especially like you said. If something happens to where the season has to get stalled. What does that do to the rhythm of a body? That's 43 31 33 years old. I think the last games look, we all want a full season. But let's say, Let's say they play the first couple weeks and we have a Marlins or Cardinals baseball reference outbreak. And can the NFL actually say to a couple of few teams? You're not playing this week? You're not playing this week, and then they cut down the schedule say from 16 toe. 16 2 12 Or ultimately, even Goto a bubble for the playoffs. Let alone may be the end of the season because I'm sure look when the SEC Started talking about playing and I don't know where they are now, they said. We have we have 20 or more plans on how to play this season. I'm sure the NFL has a similar amount. Yeah, I'm sure they dio with the kind of revenue that they have at stake. It's $13 billion or so They're going to figure out a way to get it done. Because the one thing about the NFL they want to keep your money just like you know what those had season tickets for the Bucks. Hey, to keep your money with us. Through next season..

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"mike writer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"mike writer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Because when it comes to the fight for truth, the fun never stops. Mike writer filling in for the great Buck Sexton here in the freedom, huh? Next block for Let me Let me hang out. Talk about Marxism. We went through a whole biography of Karl Marx in the first hour. We're taking that Marxism in the last half hour. We talked about how they've infused Marxism into math class. And now he won't talk about the second pillar. The second approach they're taking to tear down the pillar. I should say of math, and that is postmodernism. The Marxism is let's calculate the percentage of presidents who owned slaves and you aren't was in America. Such terrible, awful, horrible place in math class. How did that make you feel? Postmodernism is what what our numbers And Who are you even to say what? What The right answer is Bob. That's so this is Ahh New York City Public School, PS 63 K. Through five school. Sit back and and weep. Yes, I creates has been an amazing opportunity for our school Tio have time dedicated to come together to talk about. How do we create antiracist schools I've seen teaching has a very political act when we are engaging with our students. Whether it's on social justice issues are multicultural issues are culturally relevant teaching. I see that is foundational, Teo all learning. We're learning a lot about like issues in this world and like What's happening around like we're mostly thinking about like a racial and culture in my class on how we can change the way have all of.

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"mike writer" Discussed on MZNOW with Michael Zavala

MZNOW with Michael Zavala

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"mike writer" Discussed on MZNOW with Michael Zavala

"Mike writer a shadow. Into the dangerous world of a man who does not exist. Michael's. A young loner on a crusade to champion the cause of. The. Yeah I'm I'm I'm not reading this. I'm not reading of all the things. He's asking me to read over the years. This is This is, this is terrible. I'm I'm not doing it I'm not doing it. I'm not reading. Mike. Now. Say again. Back to Nevada Michael's develop tests, not playing with my name's Availa. Listening to enter. Michael's Avala test angles said No. What's up artist splashing bonkers in harmony and you listening to Michael Zavala? Keep it locked. This is MC now. I'm Laura how're you. How are you good good? How have you been coping with this? Shelter in place situation. We've got going on right now. What are they doing it and you know there there certainly been some good sides to it from my perspective, because we film type in Montreal so haven't had to be flying back and forth as much Spending a lot of family time with my two teenage daughters and my husband and my cat, and my dog and lots of time to focus on the documentary that I've been directing and that I'm in for the last four years. So that's been really lovely to so You know lots of positives and just hoping that we can all manage to. Keep, keep keeping. You know low low profiles. Keep the Latin this curve. least you stay productive. Yeah, exactly well. I'm a huge back to the future fan and I don't know how he didn't this before. Maybe I didn't I just didn't put two and two together, but you were originally cast as Jennifer Parker correct. Yes, that's right, but you were too tall from Michael J. Fox, so they had to replace you. That's.

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"mike writer" Discussed on MZNOW with Michael Zavala

MZNOW with Michael Zavala

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"mike writer" Discussed on MZNOW with Michael Zavala

"Mark on mutual. Have anything to add. I did that one time. And the Guy Confronted me at the club and he was like saying that I saw him on. Blast like with everybody. I'm like nobody even knows you like. I didn't say your name or anything. So you cut out his picture. No and it was pitcher. Anything told the story of what happened on the date. How much of a whole world date it was and he was. I can't believe you said that I'm so embarrassed. People are going to know it's me and I was like I'd even say your name dude healthy. We're going to know what happened with me and my stalker remember. I told the story and then and then she contacted one of the guys on the show which is not a soccer thing to do by the way but she contacted one show to talk about me and that it wasn't true and the guy even know who she was soccer. I feel like he should be like out of that. That's like a Humboldt Brag multiple stalkers. He just doesn't know I will. I will tell you the story at another time. I know each other. I know and that we earned that you know. I definitely stock her thoughts about almost as much as those broken leg. Oh Yeah did you know that I broke my leg? Tragic SCOOTER ACCIDENT BACK IN EIGHTEEN. And it was all over the told me. I didn't think we mentioned got a mention at least one per show all right. We're gonNA take a break. We're coming right back with the nineties. Tagline game shows out. It is something like that. You're really good at Pitt. Maybe all be right DOT TV. Hey want one eight Mike Writer. A shadowy flight into the dangerous world of a man who does not exist. Michael Zavala a young loner on a crusade to champion the cause of the voice. Yeah I'm I'm I'm I'm not reading this. I'm not reading of all the things he's asked me to read over the years. This is This is this is terrible. I'm I'm I'm not doing it. I'm.

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"mike writer" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"mike writer" Discussed on KTOK

"Care for them meanwhile the number of virus cases aboard the cruise ship rose to five hundred forty two prompting questions about whether Japan made the outbreak worse by confining people in a narrow space not designed for a long quarantine the head of a leading hospital in the city that's the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak has died of the disease Chinese state television said Lucia manning the director of Wuhan we'll Chang hospital died earlier today the hospital was designated to treat just virus infected patients Reuters does the number of new coronavirus a corona virus cases in mainland China fell below two thousand for the first time since January among other stats released by authorities the total death toll in China has climbed to more than eighteen hundred and total infections are now more than seventy two thousand Dr tendrils get brie a Seuss's director general of the World Health Organization as more data comes in from China we're starting to get clearer picture of the out break how it's developing and where it could be headed on the economic front apple is warning of trouble saying it would not meet its guidance for March quarter revenue because of slower iPhone production and weaker demand in China the Boy Scouts is filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy has the organization manages scores of lawsuits over allegations of child sexual abuse stretching back decades the bankruptcy is not expected to affect the organization's programs the group was already struggling with declining membership we get more now from this morning's my cabin the bankruptcy will allow the boys counts to bring all the lawsuits into one court and try to negotiate a settlement rather than using the organization's funds to fight each case in court which might lead to some victims with nothing the organization has been overwhelmed by hundreds of claims after several states got rid of legal hurdles that prevent people from suing over old allegations a similar bankruptcy strategy to resolve sex abuse lawsuits have been used by more than twenty Catholic diocese and USA gymnastics cordon thanks Mike writer says it could be challenging to determine the value of the Boy Scouts assets the national organization had one point five billion dollars but hundreds of local councils have their own assets and victims may try to make those available for settling claims eleven minutes now after the hour on this morning America's first news coming up next the high school essay.

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"mike writer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"mike writer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Host contact of terror good morning I'm Gordon deals along with Jennifer could shrink up on this Tuesday January fourteenth thanks for joining us and here's what we have for you this hour Attorney General William Barr says last month's deadly shooting at a naval base in Florida was terrorism anyone's further investigative help from apple a new report from a security company says Russian hackers targeted the Ukrainian energy company at the core of the impeachment controversy and sports Heisman winning quarterback Joe beryl let Ellis you over Clemson for the college football national championship and as the US and China prepare to sign the phase one trade deal a look at the impact the tariffs of Pat this trade war is really hurt people like farmers manufacturers and had a specific categories of items that are really tied in with China but it hasn't been that contagion to the rest of the US economy will street journal economics reporter Josh consumer and goes in depth on the trade war toll on the U. S. very general William Barr says last month's attack at a Florida navy base that left three people dead was an act of terrorism his announcement yesterday ramps up pressure on apple to help unlock two of the gunman's iPhones that could provide more information about his radicalization Mister Barr says second lieutenant Muhammad all from Ronnie a member of the Saudi airforce who was training with the U. S. military posted anti US messages on social media about two hours before he opened fire in a classroom at Naval Air Station Pensacola on December six this situation perfectly illustrates why it is critical that the public be able to get access to digital evidence once it is obtained a court order based on probable cause the gunman was eventually killed by responding sheriff's deputies during the attack authorities say Mister Ahlstrom Ronnie made statements critical of U. S. military actions overseas and fired shots at a picture of president trump meanwhile the US is sending twenty one Saudi military students in a training program back home Russian military hackers try to steal emails from the Ukrainian energy for more hunter Biden had a seat on the board so says a U. S. cybersecurity firm called area one security based in California we get more from this morning's Mike Gavin area one security yesterday identified the hacking ovaries ma and linked it to Russia's main directorate of military intelligence the same hacking group breach the Democratic National Committee in twenty sixteen charisma holdings was at the center of attempts by president trump last July to pressure Ukrainian authorities to announce a corruption investigation into hunter Biden and his father presidential candidate Joe Biden and effort that has led to Mr trump's impeachment by house Democrats everyone says what the hackers were looking to steal is not clear Gordon thanks Mike writer says breaching Parise mark could yield communications from two or about hunter Biden who served as a director between twenty fourteen and twenty nineteen senior US intelligence officials have repeatedly warned that Russia and other hostile foreign powers remain intent on interfering in the coming presidential election in discussing his decision to approve the killing of Iranian commander Qassem Soleimani president trump says it doesn't really matter whether the man behind many terror campaigns posed an imminent threats to the United States well tolerated the number one terrorist in the world by every bad person killed a lot of Americans killed a lot of people were killed and what the Democrats try and defend him great to our country Democrats were trying to pass legislation that would rein in Mr trump's ability to conduct military action on Iran without lawmakers approval have sharply disagreed about the imminent threat your Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer senator Sanders also has a bill that would deny funding for a war with Iran we should consider that legislation which I cosponsored as well Mr solo money was the head of the revolutionary guards crudes force which works closely with malicious blamed for attacks on US interests supported Republicans have justified killing by citing Mister soul the money's history and accused Democrats of playing politics it's eleven minutes now after the hour on this morning America's first news coming up next how much damage as the trade war done this human resources professional is a rock star thanks to Kronos and this is hype song.

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"mike writer" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"mike writer" Discussed on KTOK

"Gordon deals along with Jennifer to shrink up on this Tuesday January fourteenth thanks for joining us and here's what we have for you this hour Attorney General William Barr says last month's deadly shooting at a naval base in Florida was terrorism anyone's further investigative help from apple a new report from a security company says Russian hackers targeted the Ukrainian energy company at the core of the impeachment controversy and sports Heisman winning quarterback Joe barrel at Ellis you over Clemson for the college football national championship and as the US and China prepare to sign a phase one trade deal a look at the impact the tariffs of Pat this trade war is really hurt people like farmers manufacturers and head of the categories of items that are really tied in with China wallstreet journal economics reporter Josh's Sumer and goes in depth on the trade war toll on the U. S. thirty general William Barr says last month's attack had a Florida navy base that left three people dead was an act of terrorism his announcement yesterday ramps up pressure on apple to help unlock two of the gunman's iPhones that could provide more information about his radicalization Mister Barr says second lieutenant Muhammad all from Ronnie a member of the Saudi airforce who was training with the U. S. military posted anti US messages on social media about two hours before he opened fire in a classroom at Naval Air Station Pensacola on December six this situation perfectly illustrates why it is critical that the public be able to get access to digital evidence once it is obtained a court order based on probable cause the gunman was eventually killed by responding sheriff's deputies during the attack authorities say Mister Ahlstrom Ronnie made statements critical of U. S. military actions overseas and fired shots at a picture of president trump meanwhile the US is sending twenty one Saudi military students in a training program back home Russian military hackers try to steal emails from the Ukrainian energy for more hunter Biden had a seat on the board so says a U. S. cybersecurity firm called area one security based in California we get more from this morning's Mike Gavin area one security yesterday identify the hacking ovaries ma and linked it to Russia's main directorate of military intelligence the same hacking group breach the Democratic National Committee in twenty sixteen charisma holdings was at the center of attempts by president trump last July to pressure Ukrainian authorities to announce a corruption investigation into hunter Biden and his father presidential candidate Joe Biden and effort that has led to Mr trump's impeachment by house Democrats everyone says what the hackers were looking to steal is not clear Gordon thanks Mike writer says breaching Parise muck could yield communications from two or about hunter Biden who served as a director between twenty fourteen and twenty nineteen senior US intelligence officials have repeatedly warned that Russia and other hostile foreign powers remain intent on interfering in the coming presidential election is discussing his decision to approve the killing of Iranian commander Qassem Soleimani president trump says it doesn't really matter whether the man behind many terror campaigns posed an imminent threat to the United States well tolerated the number one terrorist in the world by every bad person killed a lot of Americans killed a lot of people were killed and what the Democrats it's great to our country Democrats were trying to pass legislation that would rein in Mr trump's ability to conduct military action on Iran without lawmakers approval have sharply disagreed about the imminent threat here Senate Democrat leader Chuck Schumer senator Sanders also has a bill that would deny funding for a war with Iran we should consider that legislation which I cosponsored as well Mr stolen money was the head of the revolutionary guards crudes force which works closely with malicious blamed for attacks on US interests supported.

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"mike writer" Discussed on Fat-bike Radio

Fat-bike Radio

08:19 min | 2 years ago

"mike writer" Discussed on Fat-bike Radio

"Comes riding with US durable turns it on and Righto minutes just to watch him to Zip away just like oh man gotta be like I'm medicine ball they have two adult straddle kids the kids go and you know yeah off your bike and then you have dried it oh yeah just take and take the bracken completely almost everyone could ruin cranks stay race you personally or I will probably dependent on how many people show up I'll probably do the dog nice the trail fast the ride all the way down so slow it's a single speed thing but I've never seen one I assume somebody has had a trail dog race somewhere but I've never heard of it there's still during competition so so the dog isn't just starting in running the trail which would be quite remarkable her dog Mike writer I'm doing a time trial format so it's not a herd of dogs going at once you start so I think we're starting up later after all the other races are done so we'll see how it works I'm optimistic and we don't have a whole lot signed up right now but we'll see what.

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"mike writer" Discussed on MZNOW with Michael Zavala

MZNOW with Michael Zavala

06:03 min | 2 years ago

"mike writer" Discussed on MZNOW with Michael Zavala

"Would say I don't give anything a higher. I would say eight and a half. I mean yeah eight and a half. I I don't get your. I don't get anything about like ratings of any how I liked. It doesn't make sense. He just make Knicks. Well pick number between one again. That's my rating. I I really enjoyed it. I don't know why I did it was good timing to like nice little <hes> spot when I didn't have anything to do except for work yeah we're back in the sound Nichols and you are listening on facebook at facebook dot com forward slash MC now. Point eight eight five five eight five the Mike writer a shadowy flight into the dangerous world of a man who does not exist Michael of all a young loner on a crusade to champion the cause of the yeah. I'm I'm not reading this. I'm not reading it of of all the things he's asked me to read over the years. This is <hes> this is this is terrible. I'm I'm I'm not doing it. I'm not doing it. I'm not reading Michael Zavala MC NDAU jog bugs bunny and and you're listening into Michael Shamala Hey this is Mara Wilson and you're listening to Kabbalah. This is M. C.. Now we're GONNA play a game and the game's called now that we had the effects working properly that does this pretty much. Yes we do that whole that's too much to Redo that whole thing you wanted to do it yeah never have from. Let's play a game hang on now. I can get this board to work. I gotta now all right here. We go.

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"mike writer" Discussed on Uncomfortable.

Uncomfortable.

14:44 min | 2 years ago

"mike writer" Discussed on Uncomfortable.

"The, the fullness of what it means to be a human right now. I think they're only operating on one percent of what it is actually to be being. I just came back from the Philippines with another teacher. And he was mentioning that than I thought about it a net sexually to, you know, like we talk about it. We wanna use twenty percent up our brain. I think over centuries, if you look around. And in the role than his, you know, so many things don't make sense. You wonder rby operating full at fullback. Yeah. We are not. And so if you were actually understood what and you don't have to think about it. It's one that like I know if I mentioned to my kids, they would be laughing because, you know a star harsh maven's almost been. But if that's if you know whatever. If the matrix works for you. I don't care for tuber whatever it. Got it. You know, just added that it is. You know, because then, you know, then you understand so much more. What's possible for us acumen beings? End end. Really, you know, when you're having sex new reaching a point of work as we always say, oh, my God ride. That's, that's what entrees about the understood that the Benue are actually connecting to another human being any, you rich that conscious that, that, that blur of or that moment or that, you know, sometimes thirty seconds, but attend trade can be locked longer than that. You reach higher state. It's actually higher brains brainwave state, you know, Theta gamma states of, of brain and original so's through hormones like our this also goes back to biology. I think, you know, detention didn't understand, of course biology. But it's all hormonal. So today. They can also core related to science. So this is not just, you know, someone at the time they didn't have disci- Beckett up. But today we do. No, that's awesome night if someone dead at came to you and said, we want to couple or even just someone on their own saying that they wanted to go down the tonic path any do wanna expedience time shake sex start at a certain point. It's like a process. What is that? Yeah. I mean, there's tons of information out there now, however many comes to comes to couples let's say that they are already in a relationship because it's it it becomes, you know. So, like everything that you take on, if the relationship is on shaky foundations, this will just bring the true small more surface often, tell them that, you know, whatever you embark on mint truthful start coming to the surface, the troops might be that you may have to separate. So sometimes people are afraid to engage in any new practices, because they know deep inside that they will it will rip them apart. So, so let's say that the couple is, is pretty steady. End. They are multi other end. They have a good relationship on expend their sexuality. Attention is ideal for that because body starts is basically basically sitting face to face, end looking I two I and part and in our culture, we are so used to not even looking at each other. Now be looking at the phone was set the town rights, but especially men comes to really, really difficult topics. So if you actually look another person in the eyes for two or three minutes, I guarantee you that you fall in love them. No matter who they are now end end you know, because if you just look in the is it doesn't matter if they have a big nose, they don't it doesn't matter if they are fatted doesn't matter, if they're, you know, they're deformed event you looking the eye of another human being, and you see the beauty in there, like it, would any living creature like a flower or. Right. So, so that's what that's what the gift of tr-trade is actually really simple beyond that, it's connecting the Braff. So in our society, run around, mostly if you have done yoga, you understand this, that most of us are just running around bid, very shallow unconscious, breathing. Once we do some of these practices. It's connective breath and you pay attention to your own breath, you connected to other persons breath and detonate self, you will see, like people just kind of mount to each, you know, and so the vets really the basics. You know, you can do this without teacher. You can just Google something YouTube. And you can just do that. You know if you don't wanna do the mantras end. No, the complicated. E you know that's that's a fast. It's a it's a bath. And it's a lifelong path if you wanna do that. And it's very time consuming as well. Any goes into lot more for if the dial waste month. Chia had made this very popular in the vast the Jackie relation control for men though, imagined you know, in our society, b r v very much driven our sexual encounters very much driven by, you know by men. So when he came, it's over. Right. And so that's what I meant about orgasmic meditation, and most women, you know, they just got started warming up, but you will know that if only partner that you have that because you thought about okay this found good. I think, and you know, especially not practice, but most women six forty minutes just to get out of the head stop the chatter that we just talked about to feel comfortable in their body and to start like feeling something especially who have been numbed out by vibrators, you know that you've been using between friends or you know, so if you numb your body bids, you know, Mike writers electrical equipment, there's no human being that can touch you, and you feel anything, so you wanna feel anything you need to be touched lightly for longer period of time end end in kind of a re-engage and revitalize that part of your body still. So, so the, the practice is switched. What it means is that men actually, I hate to use the words. But, you know, I say it's just for practical to service, the women. I mean you know, they do a lot of stimulation of the female body before they ever get engaged. You'll have you can have multiple orgasms before the men, actually enters you. So that's what tantric sex is about. And you know, when men here this is like, what? What? You know what I mean? So that's why it's so difficult to actually I know so few couples who are managing to, to engage in this, because the men do not understand the long term ramifications of this end. We live in a in a, you know, in an instant gratification, and hurry. Hurry, hurry. Five minutes X kind of thing time side. So and men can bring themselves to, you know, to arousal to Jack relation in five minutes, you know in the end, that's pretty much it. But, you know, women are, like, basically just receptacles to the men's orgasm day, just been Mitch masturbated in you. And so that's where the resentment disconnection comes from the let's switch that around, you know, imagine that you have this beautiful lover, who wants to engage with you in, in a deeper way wants to, you know. D- armor, your emotional traumas that you collected throughout your life from previous boyfriends engagements, because there's no women on the planet may be not that hasn't been raped, but hasn't been touched in a way that she didn't like to our bodies house, and keep the information. And, and so somebody touches you jump. This is N. If you've been traumatized, or, or raped, I won't even say that, you know, one in four women have been so. So, so we need to kind of DR Mer and end and now the numbness from our bodies that was previous collected. And then, so you, you would do simulations site and light just like you would do, like the top of your eyelid big you fingered, which is, which comes at an incredible surprise Doumen. Very, very sensitive snap. Nope. From from from from porn. They see this rub rub rub rub he end. Robert, rob your little wet. Let's go yet the way it goes. So you go the slide light touches, so you have to have amended a lot of sensitivity and understanding to engage in this, and you do that the new union massage like Logan have never had a labia massage. Never have. There you go. So that's what that's what my I have a Yoni massage should be, though, that I that I be done with my to baton centra teacher. And he has also teaching in their techniques. That was secretly headed down. So, so the so one other thing I wanna mention about the tundra lineage, lineage practice so attended down from teacher to teacher ah by empowerment. So they. You know it's a transmission. And in some of the stitches were kept secret because they felt that the commission out there had no idea how to incorporate it or how to use it end end. But now we have internet so secrets are out today. Most this traditions are not out, but they still people still don't have the lifestyle and the basic knowledge and even the will, let's face it, not, I don't either, you know, I don't have time to do hundreds of mantras all day comes sometimes lead red light and it, you know. And yeah. And things like that. And I have to tell you that my day goes better because the sense sense, which words and his mantras have such high residents vibration, if it just it just makes me feel all of a sudden, which in a different level. And all of a sudden you, you find parking spots and time and. They are. They are a little secret. He knows secret maze of just managing lives better. Really? Yeah. It's like when we used to do that song. You know, when we were doing our training just wants. Now I go. And you would come they're feeling like you were Walker not CLYDE, like I mean, everything wasn't science, curtsied, new idea really away. What you said, maybe you an idea of some of the translations or someone without you, but yet was always agree. You know, ceiling afterwards, you're I mean, it's nice to understand it, but you don't have to understand the idea is that this ancient language end by brations of the sound out. There is just like music right to the, the music is by ration- rights. We relate to. So those sounds are 'rational sounds that are, are vibrating at the level that brings basically piece love to everything. Clearly are. Yeah. Even just you're arming, the end you can be so beautiful. I actually always find it kind of ingesting am. And, you know, the word on a NAN, there was this orgasmic meditation, which the acronym is all. I know they got a lot of flack for that by today trademark the name and people who were like traditional practitioners and abo-. It got really pissed off at it. Because it, but it became so this is a thing believe in modern society and envy. Don't have time end. We don't go into academic studies of this practices. Let people seem to no, what all means and, and the Nicole, they don't that on who came off at this practice. She actually learned it from Morehouse university, which is on side of San Francisco. Lafayette, more housing estate debate, the bid them as intentional community longest-running intentional community disturbed from the late sixties flower children there on the seventeenth knowledge in purple houses, and they are all academic sexually. So I because I went to route I wanted to know because I was also baffled by the whole home. And or as we end all of that, and, and I went to route, like they actually came up with three hour orgasm in, in the seventies eighties, so they were before their time, but they couldn't couldn't market death. You know, gonna market three hour orgasm, too, you know, so Cole reduced it to fifteen minute very learnable teachable practice, which is which sounds lot more attractive to the millennials whose attaches is, is next minute. That's pretty, and so it sort of beauty of that, practices that I teach that as well. Organized nation kind of had gone through its own changes. They've been sued, you know, and so like corporate America nineties sold can only learn online, but I'm still from the old school allergic from them. So I incorporated into my teaching tools..

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"mike writer" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"mike writer" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"Oh, thank thank you for speaking. Just a quick question. I work in a corporation here in New York and one of the toughest things with being an analyst here. It's just the fact of like when you actually escalate or which kind of feels like defeat, but also at the same time, you wanna make sure you loop somebody else to know what's going on. So just of us about that. Thank you. For me. I look at a problem. If I think I contain the problem, then I'm going to try and contain the problem. I recognize I weighed the risk of if this is wrong. What's going to happen? Can I manage that? Can I control can I have Zorba the impact of that? If I can't absorb the impact of it. Then I know it's okay. This I need to bring this up. I need to send this up the chain. If it's something that I know I can absorb the impact of and I can explain myself, and it will be sensitive won't have been a strategic loss or a major error. Then I'm gonna try hang onto it. And in the beginning, I'm gonna be I'm gonna air towards sending it up the chain of command as I start to trust myself. And I get better at my job. I'm going to hang onto more. But again, I'm always gonna way is this something that I could contain or I can absorb if it goes wrong. And if it's something that I can't. Hey, I'm gonna run it by somebody. So I think it's just got away that out. Once you weigh that out. Make a decision. And live with it. All right. One more. Here. Microphone anyone? Mike writer. Somebody who's. Recently recently proposed to somebody would spend the rest of my life with somebody who's married and has. From my knowledge gone away for extensive periods of time from the partner. What is your tips to building a mortar proof marriage that's going to last a long time. The first thing I'll say is you want to develop the you want. You wanna make sure and encourage your wife to be emo- emotionally independent emotionally independent 'cause there's going to be times when you're not around. And if they're dependent on you emotionally, you're not there. They're going to they're going to be hurt. And they're not gonna be able to handle it. So you want to help them build that resiliency where when you're not around. They know how to handle things independently like the broken water heater flat tire. They can do that. And you go through those things you you build that confidence with that. And then also the emotional independence where what they have is trust in you that you're gone, but you're coming back, and you're going to be there for them. Always. That's numb. One. Number two. Is. Straight up extreme ownership. That's what it is. When something is going wrong in your marriage. It's your fault. It's your fault the minute. You turned your wife, and you say you shouldn't have done this. You're wrong, and you're taking that relationship in the retro. What you say? Hey, look, I'm trying to figure out how I made you do what you did. I don't wanna let that happen. So taking ownership when things go wrong. That's what you gotta do. That's what you gotta do. Thank you. Awesome. Awesome. With. Once again, I can't thank you all enough for common tonight. And know that you're just not here tonight. I know that if you here tonight, you're here all the time, you're with us. You're supporting us you're supporting everything that we're doing your support. You're representing representing representing with the

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"mike writer" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"mike writer" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"Oh, thank thank you for speaking. Just a quick question. I work in a corporation here in New York and one of the toughest things with being an analyst here. It's just the fact of like when you actually escalate or which kind of feels like defeat, but also at the same time, you wanna make sure you loop somebody else to know what's going on. So just wanted us about that. Thank you. For me. I look at a problem. If I think I contain the problem, then I'm going to try and contain the problem. I recognize I weighed the risk of if this is wrong. What's going to happen? Can I manage that? Can I control can I have Zorba the impact of that? If I can't absorb the impact of it. Then I know it's okay. This I need to bring this up. I need to send this up the chain. If it's something that I know I can absorb the impact of and I can explain myself, and it will be sensitive won't have been a strategic loss or a major error. Then I'm gonna try hang onto it. And in the beginning, I'm gonna be I'm gonna air towards sending it up the chain of command as I start to trust myself. And I get better at my job. I'm going to hang onto more. But again, I'm always gonna way is this something that I could contain or I can absorb if it goes wrong. And if it's something that I can't. Hey, I'm gonna run up by somebody. So I think it's just got away that out. And once you weigh that out. Make a decision. And live with it. All right, go one more. Here. Microphone anyone? Mike writer..

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"mike writer" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"mike writer" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"They were far more gap sound that at other times we see that over the course of the season. So they did that excess. I think that's ended up being the difference in the game. You know, the Rams are going to be on the road to face the New Orleans Saints. They came away with the win. But it was a nail biter towards the end. What were some of the things that you saw the eagles do that? Perhaps the Rams replicate. I think the interior pressure is going to be the biggest thing that for as much hype as saints off until I got this season. It's because they have through the best tackle the NFL. But those guys can't be advantage. And that's where the Rams are strong and dominant souvenir Donald. So if you can take advantage. Of Andrews p take advantage of Onkar there at left guard banner respectively. I think you're going to be able to get pressure into reasons face. And that's when he's going to give you some chances on the ball when you get pressure right up the middle in his face. So I do think that's going to play well into the Rams fans. And I think that's a matchup. They should win in that Mike when you look at the match ups in this football game, you talk about pressure. You talk about in hands in the face, those sort of things when you look at Michael Thomas, the New Orleans Saints. Yes, that is nepotism that. I am throwing out their praise. Now, you got it to lead back in. He had a field day. Obviously speed is the first time around do do you think the Rams will try and put a bigger taller defensive back on him? Will they just go base and leave them left to right? I think with both the size of a key to leave an markets Peters that you let them go lesson. Right. You left out? You don't make them back them because trackers more difficult and having different techniques to place Napa snap. Let to play the same technique let him play side. And if he ends up on one side of the other than so, I don't think you want what you had then the last game, which was Marcus Peters. Just getting fluid expose Michael Thomas and Michael do that pretty much any cornerback in the league. If you leave him one on one over the course of the game. So I do think game plan around him in terms of high low coverage is that sort of thing, but I wouldn't game playing around with having one or the other guy track them all day long. Fired. Mike writer for pro football. Focus is our guest micro quick. The chargers go on the road. They go to New England. And they get blown out by the patriots. Was it something that the patriots were able to do against the chargers? The chargers just not play. Well, was it a bad match up for them? Because chargers it looked like one of the best teams in the league all season long. They just did not look like that on Sunday morning. They really got defensively what they pretty much their game all season long speed and not necessarily, you know, size up front and week. If you really wanted to just punch it up the gut at them the running game. They didn't have a great nose tackle. They didn't have strong linebackers hold the point there. So that's basically what the patriots just get at them. And they had no recourse. They had really not enough going up. The patriots off one of the best of the NFL is just pounding them all day long. And Tom Brady is Tom Brady the playoffs going into FOX. You have to play a perfect game. And that is not what they did on Sunday. Mike, Renner pro football, focus. He joins us after every Ramsgate. Mike is always thanks a bunch. I have gone thousands yet. Chargers. Just got that. Patriot score charges. Come right back out. And you're like, okay. This is going to be fun. They're going to go back. And then that was. Tommy, boy is just different though, man is in the I mean, he's a different. He's a different quarterback. And again, no matter who that was what team that was going to be on that day at that time and that stadium..

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"mike writer" Discussed on Move or Improve

Move or Improve

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"mike writer" Discussed on Move or Improve

"I'm Jay Farner, CEO of Quicken Loans, America's premier home purchase lender. We've created a new way to protect you from unpredictable interest rates are exclusive rate shield approval. I we lock your interest rate for up to ninety days. Then if rates go up your rate stays locked. But if rates go down your rate drops either way you win. Call us today at eight hundred quicken or go to rocketmortgage dot com, racial approval. Only valid on certain thirty year fixed rate loans. Call for cost information and conditions. Equal housing lender. Licensed in all fifty states MLS number thirty thirty additional conditions or exclusions may apply. We'll fake you for joining me today. Stabby Miller on mover improve with Debbie, and I'm pleased to have as my guest today. Someone who has been with us before and her name is Amy Pali, and she is with coun- and country staging when I talked to her before she was town and country movers. So they provide a number of services for customers. And I wanted her to come back today to talk about staging your home because it's very important. And there are a number of issues that we wanna talk about in our short time together. But welcome Amy. Thank you for joining me today. Mike writer, so town countries. Staging specializes in quality, vacant home, staging and you all your inventory of furniture. It's kept in a storage facility that's climate control. And you provide solutions by bringing in a blend of tasteful, furnishings accessories, and designed to enhance a vacant space, and you have interior designs that are well-thought out. And it makes the most of your vailable space and you use sil- principles with a professional. I for color and balance and symmetry to present your home in the best possible light is that correct app alert. Right. Well, I think having been in real estate for as many years as I have been some of the issues that come up are people not wanting to declutter and let go of their things. So that people like you can come in and do a good job. And they don't realize that it requires using some of the existing furnishings, but blending it to reach out to a buyer who's gonna be more interested in the house and the floor plan rather than the stuff that's in it. So let's talk about that. And some other things and just get started here. What would how would you define staging? The key part of staging and truly how it can be defined is that it is making a home appeal Foley, two years. And I always remind clients that stitching is almost the complete opposite of what a home decorator would do for you at decorator is modified your home or making decisions based on your taste. Whereas the complete goal of staging is to attract buyers..

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