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"millo" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

01:47 min | 2 weeks ago

"millo" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Because of campus, Bergen and Candice Bergen and Candice Bergen will towards the later and right that's your. She's towards later and but I don't think there are other. I don't think there are other than in terms of like cameo sure. There were plenty of cameos in that show but like in terms of recurring characters to and also regulars. S J P, Cynthia Nixon. Candle. GINSBURG isn't even really doesn't even count as the regular cast like she's like kind of this. Up She's an several episodes but we're talking about like people who are on several seasons or at least one full season you know. Yeah and and blamed what has a full season arc and he pops up again I don't think that like Harry No. Indefinitely, what's his name? Aidan who plays aiden? No, that's a quarterback. He's classic. WHO's Voice of Applebee's yeah. Dating dating. Eric Yeah. Yeah, Bo Derek. M. John Corbett who Lindsey we missed we missed the biggest to Lynn Cohen that own Magda. Magda biggest. Mario, Canto and don't forget. No, that's I. think that's right. I don't really think anyone else on that show was of that these controversial to say that two of the main girls are who's endure them's though. I I'm happy to be controversial. There is Chris not because he was it because he has his law and order side-hustle. Does that make him a them I? I don't think so. I. Know. Do we feel comfortable saying this I do sure yeah. Well, it is our show. So yes, we do feel comfortable. Sarah Jessica Parker Mikhail Baryshnikov. Cynthia Nixon Blerta with. Four people, four people. Okay that's it. Sorry data fight us. Data files. Fight asks don't call..

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"millo" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

08:03 min | 2 weeks ago

"millo" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Is Kenny Rogers a WHO for a then Right. SCARSELLA. yummy pop be Rogers who were them one two, three them them yeah totally. Recently died said. He has the chicken he has islands on the street. The gambler. Totally definitely. Okay. Next call. Another call. lizzy bobby. I called. About Kenny Rogers who were them. And I met Kenny. Gee. This the guy who plays the saxophone. This really funny. So basically man question he's definitely I think, oh or it's just name blindness and I'm an idiot so. Yeah. Kennedy or the by our Kenny G. and Guinea Rogers the biggest Kenny's and Muzak. Are there any other Kenny's that'll be trusted? Kenny Chesney chose Kenny Chesney or right? Wait rank rank Kenny. Rogers Kenny Chesney Kenny G. in order of from them to. Now. Do it. Oh, from them too. Yeah. ooh Kenny Rogers number one. Kenny G. Number to Kenny Chesney number three. No that's tough. Kenny. Kenny Chesney step because country. So huge toe and add imagery is going to Tony Lottery please adding Kenny Loggins Law Kenny Loggins is definitely the last on the list. I would say it goes Kenny Rogers Kenny G Kenny Chesney Kenny loggins. You're putting Kenny G. Higher Than Kenny Chesney. Yeah. I. Kenny G. has. Definitely. Has a broader appeal to Kenny. Chesney I think adult contemporary. We're talking, Kenny's not Ken. So get out of here with your cans. We're talking Kenny's Lindsey Saxophone. Yeah Saxophone. That is the language of love you can listen to that in any language and you can. Argue styling is that like a like older people love Kenny G. Kaz like cheesy sexy legs, slow music but also young people like him because he's essentially a comedian like Kinda got replanning into the mean factory via like lonely island stuff in a way like he's kind of he's kind of part of the conversation there to you're right and like Kenny Chesney while being very popular is not so much although you're saying Kenny. Rogers is number one over both of them. Yeah. I think so. I I'm just what's funny is on the site playback dot. FM. It says most the articles most famous person named Kenneth. Number one is Kenny Rogers and number two is a baby face because his real name is Kenneth and North Carolina is Kenneth Branagh the actor the like Shakespeare actor. Media and the number four somebody I've never heard of, and then number five is Kenny Chesney? This list is irrelevant irrelevant. So he's Kenny Edmonds visibly of his last name Edmonds. But he's but but we can't baby face as baby face we're not. Know. And even even baby-faced, I would put him book Kenny G. You wouldn't put baby face above Kenny Gee I would. I think that's close I because I do think just the fact that baby faces English language Kenny G. is literally no lyrics. But I did just see that. Kenny. Rogers has sold one hundred and sixty five million records can G has only sold seventy five. He's a flop when he's flop when you're a flop Kenny and Kenny loggins did footloose although I guess no one really knows that like it's not me loggins as a flash in the PAN No. He is a flash in the Kenny Pan. Can eat he's a crusty Kenny Kit. That's hanging over Kendall Jenner's oven the unused copper pants she's like I love to support my fellow Kenny's. How We? How would you rank them? I rank them. What do you think? Those four Kenny's loggins Rogers G. Chesney. I would say Kenny Rogers. I like. You said then I would say you said Gee then you said you said Gee then you said Chesney Chesney that I would say, Gee, and then I would say lum's. I would switch the to. Chesney Benji I. Think it's close but I think Chesney is pretty big although it's weird had the to country guys at top. To country is at the top you right is will He's only sold thirty million albums worldwide. Okay. Stop Get. So get Outta here with the numbers. What are you fucking billboard? I. Don't give a shit. Let's move on. Rene. Like Kenny your number one to me Kenny your number one better than me I I know you're number one can't he? Can't we go next. Kenny your math favorite Kenny you. Can't see before Kenny Gee. That's what I've always said honey before NFL. Before Kenny G. Asked you to move on you don't listen to me. In, the middle of nowhere about US and. I had a bit. donal where I I actually wanted. Has Been The only thing I've been thinking about. This you're proving is getting McDonald's. Which? Question were those. Of the McDonald's. I think breakfast and. Lunch Menu Fair Game. Okay. I have interest for this do have answers. Okay. Go them's them's of the of the McDonald's menu list are big Mac. Big Mac number one happy meal number two, Egg mcmuffin number three. Chicken Nuggets Number Four K.. Other them's that will be accepted or quarter pounder with cheese. And just fries just the fries do you have anything else to add? I think the filet o fish definitely them. Okay. Okay. FILET O. Fish fine fine fine. That's one of my. It's probably one of my favorite menu items that McDonald's Filet O. Fish you can't make it personal. You can't make a personal we're talking. An object I think, you also forgot the mcflurry I. think that's A. You know what I was gonNA say look in the middle the the Mick but mick items short. Yes. But you know what? The WHO's are like Hash browns are also them? McDonald's right. But any variations on the mcmuffin on the Muffin Egg mcmuffin? Are Who's like I don't WanNa hear sausage mcmuffin I don't want to hear sausage biscuit. I don't WanNa. Hear anything. Those are is amid griddle is a mcgrigor them. No but the Syrup Pekka now. So the thing is any limited edition McDonald's food is a WHO so we're talking they're not limited they. They made it a permanent I. DON'T I don't go I don't care if if if it was at often MC riddles don't even I don't even think about it. I don't want to think about how often I you see McDonald's, but I digress go. Oh also them's obvious star cheeseburger hamburger like get out of here. Obviously there them like the the simple ones. But I would say that I would say a quarter pounder with cheese is more of them at McDonald's than a hamburger. Oh I, think I agree with like who goes to make Jessica, a hamburger at this point you gotta get like whatever the fuck the thing is you know. If I were to go to McDonald's and let's say eleven thirty at night on a Friday and I went to. Let's say, let's just say I would I would get a small fry of peace nugget and a cheeseburger that's what I would get. Okay. I wouldn't get the cheeseburger if it were am if it were. Nine am on a Monday. I would get a egg mcmuffin no bacon. No Canadian no ham just the cheese egg mcmuffin not. A Hash Brown and either a large iced coffee. I feel a little crazy I would get a frappe pay. But I think FRAPP is also a who you know what I always get a quarter pounder with cheese is coffee which I have to say just fucks your your system like. Like you. WanNa. Get fucked. Get yourself an iced coffee in a quarter pounder with cheese and boy are you fought today way.

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"millo" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

03:10 min | 2 weeks ago

"millo" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"He was going to vomit at the site of her. So it's like these tweets were I mean a quote unquote big deal at the time, and she was sort of sounding the alarm like a lot of people were saying like look this is not these are not just rumors this I witnessed this is not a joke. This guy is dangerous and I saw. Some. Clips of her on cash and she's fun and like I'd like catfish like maybe I'll get back into it like it's it is a compelling format eighties hard to watch. Now though because there is definitely some engineering of stories that is more obvious than it was before and also I think people are onto it as like it became a cultural phenomenon want. Once cat fishing became its own word and something new about the show itself lost a lot of the kind of like that it had bedded when people really didn't know what was going on and weren't really familiar with the concept. So unfortunately, catfish itself had either evolve and it didn't really evolve that much in terms of like the stories that tolls you know. We're still caught up on that story where it's like the girl thought she was talking to Chris Brown remember. Oh Yeah and the reveal is always it's your friend. The real is always your friend always always the friend, right? So like that's the issue with catfish, but I'm willing to give it another shot I think she's really cool and I saw some of the clips of her hosting and she's really good. But I also think that the show itself is like a little can be a little dated in terms of what it's out there doing. I mean it's just if anything it's just it's like internally surprised. Bull they'll happen who? People are still being fooled by. The other shocking thing about this is when she won Miss Universe, she won one hundred thousand dollars, which is nice scholarship. So towards education trips close and this really shook me and got to share a New York City apartment with other title holders she had to Shit she won an apartment to share for a year for a year us yet you. So it's like Oh congratulations here's an apartment to share for a year with two other women. Probably one of his building to. Building but like it's kind of like, can I got my own apartment? What the fuck? You gotTA share it. Let's play them. Yes. I'd love to Oh God I told you not to listen to these calls I. Didn't I told me not to listen to these calls because they're they like I lost my mind. Okay. So here's number one and I didn't. Navigating young adulthood can be a wild ride. I would know ask me I'm thirty four years old. Social Media Icon Addison Ray. Couldn't do without her mom Sheri Nicole who's also probably before your old in. In. Mamma knows best the fun and fresh spotify original from podcast. Addison goes to her mom for advice on things growing up getting real about relationships, friends and family life. Every Monday on spotify Mama knows best takes you beyond the popular dance videos for an authentic slice of Addison's life. She's a Tiktok star growing up some relatable wisdom from everyone's favourite tick tock. Mom along the way open about topics like living with your parents as an adult could be me and they disagreements that arise the then and now of dating norms and how APPs have changed the game what goes into choreographing videos they're seen by millions of people and who really knows best but here's a hint. It's an amber, the show. Mama. Her Mom knows about..

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"millo" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

06:18 min | 2 weeks ago

"millo" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"It's day like jokes about like what a huge day for music but then not mentioning folklore, it's like it's the flow thing. She was she was neck and neck with Taylor Swift in away, which is very impressive. Anyway next call. Bobby, I was. Going back doing my. Twitter. and. KOMO's launching an investigation into the chain smokers considering the Hampton. Sorry immigration specialist in the backroom. Wouldn't need to talk about this we're bringing. To bring them to the right tackle. Punch. We're GONNA. And demand deserve at the red zone Jada like no. Go. Away, I mean, what's of crazy not that I'm like pat on the back to us but like when we read this full page, six article that was essentially a PR release for this party I was like this is. GonNa? Be Fame. And then literally. It happens it's a fucking huge mess. There are videos from it everywhere Andrew Cuomo. Yes. Are fucking governor post videos from a concert health and Southampton on Saturday show a grievous social distancing violations. I am appalled that Department of Health will conduct an investigation. We have no tolerance for the illegal and reckless endangerment of public health. So literally, the chain smokers endangered public health as. They do on the normal basis. Yeah. Just. Putting on a plane and chains booker is a danger to your health too. It's true. It's just About this is that it was called. It was called safe. No one in the videos that went like it's very clear. You know there's like when you see photos from parks, they're sort of early on and. The. Loosening of things when people were finally going back outside and they were going to parks and feeling more comfortable it was like you were getting those telephoto lenses that made things look close together. Even if maybe if you've got an aerial shot, people were distancing, there was bad for. This is like Oh there's no against these people are shoulder to shoulder in the hamptons some masks, not a lot of masks and it sort of like unless you have a most people wearing masks, it's a problem and it's very clear that there are a lot of non mask wears this concert. This obviously gets a lot of headlines for so many reasons one of which is that people are obviously outraged by the fact that they were performing this concert in a place that was not abiding by social distancing guidelines, but also because there. Were all these very who we elements attached to it. One being fuck Jerry's Tequila brand, which finds a way in of course, as they were also promoting and CEO of Goldman Sachs doing a Dj set never forget and the mayor of Southampton was there, and then trying to think of other there was a list of celebs who were there to which was included Cuba gooding junior a lesser Kennedy which I think they're calling connor. Yes. The one that you all they're all that's a swift uh-huh and the winkle Voss twins a classic attendee. Concert by Jane's I thought that was a joke until like found the confirmation at the of the of is, were there. That's real and buzzfeed did a whole like they did a whole article written by Tanya Chan about how people who were there did say it was safe. There was social distancing but it says there were Thomas Security guards making sure people weren't leaving their designated areas if I felt safe and it was a ton of fun. So alive. Felt safe. I. Felt I felt lovely. Not being there. But? Yeah. I mean. I also think that if you have a thing like this, no matter how safe it is there are going to be people who don't especially if tickets are eight hundred and fifty dollars up to twenty, five, thousand dollars whether it's for charity or not people are twelve types of. Not they don't think the rules apply to them. Let's just say. So even if you sat rules, they're probably going to be broken and also if you have enough people in one area. Probably impossible to keep them distance like that. Even if they're in their cars which these people did not stay in their cars that was the whole point. Yeah. I just loved that the that the most viral video about this event was literally two seconds long and has almost ten million views on twitter and it's it's two seconds long and it says enough and it says so it was taken. What's also funny as it was taken from the perspective of a chain smoker somebody onstage shook it. So they took their own death sentence in a way although I don't know if it's the death sentence, but we'll see we'll see we'll see they're not going to suffer for this like Andrew Cuomo is you know he loves theater so He's making a big show out of this year because he had to like catch me whenever the chain smokers are in jail, and then maybe I'll think twice about this but. In a letter sent. Monday from New York's health. Commissioner. Howard Zucker to Southampton's town supervisor Jay Schneiderman Zuckerman Zucker said he was greatly disturbed by the incident I am at a loss as to how the town of Southampton could have issued a permit for such an event how they believed it was legal and not an obvious public health threat. I'm sorry. But like if you live in Southampton and you gift one thousand dollars to charity like you will not get an applause for me like that's literally the least you should be doing so like and also if you. Are donating money to charity and then attending a chain smokers concert sort of cancelling the other thing. Now, and also like there's a literally a production company that is planning more of these and so that should probably be US stopped. By social pressure peer pressure you know are gay boys. It's area. Okay So I was watching catfish for the first time. It'll very long time. And there's a new co host and she's like this beautiful woman but. Who is this woman? And what happened Max and is Max? Who or am I think nieve is like definitely them still But is Max who? Or them. All I. Know other than catfish is he directed that like Zach on DJ movie..

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"millo" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

01:51 min | 2 weeks ago

"millo" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"US have a hard time deciding on their favorite song and others are saying, no, it's just the me angry song. Taylor. Swift. Me and greased. Two Times in the song in which she says where used to read at Centennial, Park, I used to think I would meet somebody there. It was not bobby apparently because he can find parking. Couldn't find barking angry is. And then the second time gold was the color of the leaves. When I showed you around Centennial Park Bobby did find parking meant second time. Hell. Was the journey, but it probably to have it is hellish to not be able to find parking. In was bobby saying Taylor Dude. You know they have a not exactly life-sized Parthenon pre-production in this park. Beautiful. Okay. Let's move on to questions. Never call about folklore again ever. I'd rather call about Moose tracks than folklore. Because there are sponsor now I recently became a derived member Lindsay. You Arrive Market your thriving. I am thriving they deliver organic and sustainable groceries right to my door. You know when I got my first thrive order to go through my order it's very revealing you honestly when I go through this becomes it becomes very revealing whereas I think humor saline I got I. Got I. got some derive a lot of dried chickpeas and a Lotta. Pasta I. Like that you know that bonds pasta the CHICKPEA PASTA I'm obsessed with this. It has a low glycemic index Lenzi I'm. I'm being very serious also got some more tumor paddock because I'm running low and but I think the most the funnest thing to use the word of course, I got some cans of tuna. But the funnest thing I got is this hot sauce brand that I really really really love that they had on thrive and I had to get it. It's yellow bird hot. Sauce. So that's what I. that's what's coming among other things that I will not reveal as eighth arrive member..

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"millo" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

07:30 min | 2 weeks ago

"millo" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"To Gordon Kahn Anyway Lindsey have you seen my multicolored pasta cabinet? Well, I was thinking about it this morning because somebody sent me a link to leg the interviewed, the person who made the pasta that when. I did the pasta she makes modicum she paints pasta and she. So because at first, I was like I assumed an call me crazy I assumed the girl had three drake I assume the girl GD is I'm she had three doors full pasta and I said, yes, Lindsey, that's a lot of pasta. But these celebrities they're crazy when they love something they just like. They have so much space they just like Khloe Kardashian with the Orioles. Read they feel their house with the thing would not be that crazy. I have three doors full of pasta and then I saw the article and I realized no, the Pasta is like the art of the draw like it's just in the front part and it's painted you can't eat it To be fair, this pasta artist does make pasta that paints and you can eat yes you can't there some pasta you can eat but this is the pasta you cannot eat because it's in the drawers. I guess you could possibly it's been in drawers but the idea the pasta is not feeling drawers. It's not four doors full of Pasta. It's just drew pasta on the outside of the drawer. Bottom of the article on people that's like Pasta Lady it's like while the result is a tasteful burst of color it not exactly tasty quote I had to handle, occur and SHELLAC piece of pasta she says particular project adding. National Laugh Pasta yes. That's shellacked pasta. So it's just a decorative like window thing like a glass window thing. Okay. I have to say GT's apart mentor was not nearly as offensive as the Kendall architectural digest thing where her house was fine. But that neon sign I'm still thinking about she's a neon sign that says her birth weight on it or whatever. Birth. The neon sign is from an unknown artist and it's the size of the artists like ex-boyfriends Penis. You Watch the video on it. No? No. No. No circumference. It's like something in the nineteen. Centimeters and Kendall's like I heard that this is the artist. This is actually the size of her ex boyfriend's penis interesting and you're like, what? How do you not know this for certain? How many tens of thousands of dollars did that cost you and you don't know for certain that it is the size of her ex boyfriend's being this you're just you've just heard a rumor. Is My tracey Ullman I got this a few years ago and I'm almost positive that there's measurements up top and the bottom says glad to hear you're happy girl I'm pretty sure that the measurements are an ex boyfriend of Tracy. Penis size and the message at the bottom is to his new girlfriend saying I'm glad to hear. You're happy because he has a really big peanuts sick believe. Isn't that like the point of the art to like that would be literally feces of the art anyways I literally thought she got a neon sign made it's hard to read with her birth weight on. Birth announcement no no, no, no no, it's a pianist circumference isn't come from what I wanted to say well, how was circumference make any more sense for baby than it does for a penis at least a Pena's like something that's like explicitly lake, Orion Labor really dig in but I just thought it looked it hadn't measurements on it, and then it said something else and I was just really confused I. Thought that she got a lot of people do cost him neon I thought. Yeah, yeah I'm glad you mentioned this. I wouldn't have mentioned that she g g she's house of horrors although If Kendall's house affords were not revealed in the same week. Jesus. House is very like It's very pinterest. It's very diy. Thoroughly did so much herself and not just in a like arts and crafts he. bought. A lot of like bought a lot of MRI Mitch mismatched pillows and combine them to form like account. It'll be seems like gees taste. She has some like she has an opinion and she has like a personal point of view that comes out. You look at that House on your like I get right. Meanwhile Kendall much like all of the Kardashians hire some guy to to to install a minimalist modern landscape of just like a random quote unquote important stuff they get the rundown of what the stuff is and they read it off like remember when Courtney, crashing was like I'm into interior design, but it was just other people's work essentially. You know. It's not the extreme and Elizabeth Kim and it's not the sort of like monochromatic paint minimalism of Khloe, it's it's it's like it's like cozy expensive minimalism but then the the little pops of the Kardashian opulence or they're like, oh, I gotta have a humongous Slab of marble and I've gotta have the closet space. That's like completely absurd with all of my magazine photos framed and my Glam Room I love that the Glam squad has to enter through a different door. Did you see the video? That's amazing she's shown the door so the Glam squad doesn't have to. Go through the whole house and she says it like it's some sort of compliment but it's like, yeah, you don't want them walking the maid's quarters up in here like okay. Cool. The back door for the help or whatever everyone in my family has a good Glam Room. There's really nice store. So my Glenn people can come in and out really easily and not have to walk through the whole house. My favorite part is the beginning actually because she says I've. Always wanted some like I don't know light artist. She's like, yes, it's the cover image current for them that Pink Oval. That's like glowing and she says the first thing when you walk in I'm very proud of it is my James Tyrrell I have always wanted. James Trial. So I was really excited when I got it. It's so peaceful and calming, and he actually makes these pieces to meditate in front and it's like and you put it in your full year. Highly traffic theory of your where you're meditating I'm sure she's a cloud couch. Everyone has cloud couch. Really Nice. Cloud couch. I feel like everyone has a cloud couch, but they really are the best when you watch enough of the Kardashian Interior Design Hell escape. You realize that like all take Judy Hadid's weird asked Pasta Maccarone, like whatever she's doing over there over that any day because at least that has some sort of like point of view even if I don't love the point of view. Even if it's only find the point of view offensive, right? Outbreak that like you right a giant glowing orb. That's quote meant for meditating in front of like. At least put the Pasta in the kitchen you know that's where the ghost. I Love Her New Yorker about their mart. Loose nothing's behind glass. So it's like that. New. Yorker. is going to be covered in like poopie particles very quickly I'm sorry but. When you were like fifteen, you'd have like put up covers of magazines and it's like cute whatever I guess she's not fifteen but. No. She's not remember we called her a teenager accidentally on the last two debt and everyone was like she's twenty five she's not eighteen. We're like we're like babies having babies. She's literally twenty-five. Okay. Let's get. There are weekly call in show where we take your questions comments concerns at six, one, nine who them it appears a lot of you have sort of. Forgotten what this show is about? Yeah. You guys have really lost the thread. Can we get you back on track. Please we love we love to get derailed and we're so glad you have. It's very funny that like when we were listening to the calls yesterday, I was like. I think it's mostly about ice cream. Which?.

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"millo" Discussed on The Here for Her Podcast

The Here for Her Podcast

04:43 min | 2 months ago

"millo" Discussed on The Here for Her Podcast

"Welcome Meli. Were so excited to have you on the hair for her. Podcast welcome. We can't wait to take on your story. Thank you so much for joining us. How are you doing over in quarantine? How how are you dealing with everything on your end? You're you're expecting so that adds extra thirty seven weeks pregnant so but you know what I'm doing pretty well good like I'm tired. I've got the regular aches and pains of Third Trimester yet but overall. I think I'm in a pretty great position like I feel privileged to be actually incorporated with my in laws recently moved into their basement. So I feel that's actually really beneficial to have extra sets his around when I need you taking on over. Yes pretty good. I mean I is relieved. Made a like a mind soul decision. Intentional choice to start my days off in a certain way to get my mindset rate so that I am not coming as many days So let tell us a little bit about this. So this is a five. Am Club rights even waking up a little bit early each day. An interesting thing to do. When you're expecting you probably want all the sleep you can but I love this. Tell us a little bit more. What what this is about. Yeah I had a conversation with myself about it because I was getting a little snippy and resentful at the fact that I didn't have as much control over my day and I'm sure a lot of feel that way but Being risk again my in laws and having my son Emma has been hall. You know none of us are getting any alone. Time like we normally would And having no space in the day for me to do the things that I usually like to do like journal or wrong not that I was meditating every day or I am now so I just decided you know. I like to go to bed early. So why don't you just go to bed? Another half hour earlier usually not doing anything except for binge watching Netflix at that time. Right So just cut it at second episode and go to bed and Wake up I usually wake up about five. Twenty five thirty not everyday works out because my son's early riser. Twos some days. He'll get up blake today. He got up at five thirty so I didn't actually get to do anything but that's case just one day. Most days I get at least fifteen twenty minutes to myself sometimes to forty five minutes. So I'll do my ten minute meditation. I'll do my gratitude journaling and you know my goal setting sort of mindset work or sometimes go read a book or just whatever. I WANNA do in that time. Just Nice quiet time for me which is really helped me with my ability to have more patients than Less reactivity I guess I love this so much. You're speaking to my heart. Because I'm an early riser. And at first it was so incredibly painful but now I find like that's my time to kind of set intentions for the day on my do my journaling similarily. Probably to what you do. And Oh my gosh when the house is quiet and you know you get downstairs and you can see the sunrise. There's really something so powerful in that. I love that. Yeah Yeah I was skeptical about it. I you know I kind of the thing that I thought it was about was increased productivity yet. But it's not really I mean that is one of the effects of it but it's it's really more so about taking charge of your morning which sets the tone for your day right you had is and I feel like You it's true when you have kids especially you're not in control of your day like flies like that before you know it. It's like two. Pm You're like Oh my God. I haven't even eat lunch because I've been so busy taking care of everyone else just having that time where that is your time. Is the kids go to bed? It's just not you just don't have the energy and you're not in the same like Oh yeah totally to do those things so not yet when the kids go to bed. It's like lights. It's it's I'm useless. My brain is useless and we talked about you about like creating great habits and habit stacking wherever you want to add a new habit at it into somewhere you know you're going to be productive so you know every day you're going to brush your teeth you know every day you're gonNA do your face routine with skin care so add whatever new practice you want during those

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Milli Fox: Learning self-worth

The Here for Her Podcast

04:43 min | 2 months ago

Milli Fox: Learning self-worth

"Welcome Meli. Were so excited to have you on the hair for her. Podcast welcome. We can't wait to take on your story. Thank you so much for joining us. How are you doing over in quarantine? How how are you dealing with everything on your end? You're you're expecting so that adds extra thirty seven weeks pregnant so but you know what I'm doing pretty well good like I'm tired. I've got the regular aches and pains of Third Trimester yet but overall. I think I'm in a pretty great position like I feel privileged to be actually incorporated with my in laws recently moved into their basement. So I feel that's actually really beneficial to have extra sets his around when I need you taking on over. Yes pretty good. I mean I is relieved. Made a like a mind soul decision. Intentional choice to start my days off in a certain way to get my mindset rate so that I am not coming as many days So let tell us a little bit about this. So this is a five. Am Club rights even waking up a little bit early each day. An interesting thing to do. When you're expecting you probably want all the sleep you can but I love this. Tell us a little bit more. What what this is about. Yeah I had a conversation with myself about it because I was getting a little snippy and resentful at the fact that I didn't have as much control over my day and I'm sure a lot of feel that way but Being risk again my in laws and having my son Emma has been hall. You know none of us are getting any alone. Time like we normally would And having no space in the day for me to do the things that I usually like to do like journal or wrong not that I was meditating every day or I am now so I just decided you know. I like to go to bed early. So why don't you just go to bed? Another half hour earlier usually not doing anything except for binge watching Netflix at that time. Right So just cut it at second episode and go to bed and Wake up I usually wake up about five. Twenty five thirty not everyday works out because my son's early riser. Twos some days. He'll get up blake today. He got up at five thirty so I didn't actually get to do anything but that's case just one day. Most days I get at least fifteen twenty minutes to myself sometimes to forty five minutes. So I'll do my ten minute meditation. I'll do my gratitude journaling and you know my goal setting sort of mindset work or sometimes go read a book or just whatever. I WANNA do in that time. Just Nice quiet time for me which is really helped me with my ability to have more patients than Less reactivity I guess I love this so much. You're speaking to my heart. Because I'm an early riser. And at first it was so incredibly painful but now I find like that's my time to kind of set intentions for the day on my do my journaling similarily. Probably to what you do. And Oh my gosh when the house is quiet and you know you get downstairs and you can see the sunrise. There's really something so powerful in that. I love that. Yeah Yeah I was skeptical about it. I you know I kind of the thing that I thought it was about was increased productivity yet. But it's not really I mean that is one of the effects of it but it's it's really more so about taking charge of your morning which sets the tone for your day right you had is and I feel like You it's true when you have kids especially you're not in control of your day like flies like that before you know it. It's like two. Pm You're like Oh my God. I haven't even eat lunch because I've been so busy taking care of everyone else just having that time where that is your time. Is the kids go to bed? It's just not you just don't have the energy and you're not in the same like Oh yeah totally to do those things so not yet when the kids go to bed. It's like lights. It's it's I'm useless. My brain is useless and we talked about you about like creating great habits and habit stacking wherever you want to add a new habit at it into somewhere you know you're going to be productive so you know every day you're going to brush your teeth you know every day you're gonNA do your face routine with skin care so add whatever new practice you want during those

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The Elephant's Dilemma

Stories Podcast

10:58 min | 3 months ago

The Elephant's Dilemma

"Once upon a time there was a mean. Old Man named Mr Price who owned a zoo at least he called it a zoo but that was too glamorous in reality it was just a small collection of sad animals once he'd had big crowds watching his tigers and lions and colorful exotic birds but those animals were gone and the crowds went with them. Now it was just Mr Price. A handful of abandoned huts and little millie. The old man yelled every morning throwing out a bucket of half rotten vegetables time for breakfast. Little Millie was an elephant and despite what he called her she was anything but little. Oh Boy oh boy she'd say gobbling every last wilted bite breakfast and then she dig in her long trunk wagging happily little. Millie had gotten the name back when the zoo was thriving old. Mr Price had brought her. In when she was no more than a calf. She'd spent her early days tied to a heavy iron stake in the ground. A long rope looped about her thick neck the old man would bring guests around to pat her for a dollar a piece at I milli had tried to pull her way free but she was only a little thing and hadn't been able to move the heavy iron stake. The rope would go tight on her neck and she'd poll and pull but nothing would happen. It was terrible so eventually she just stopped trying but that was in the old days when the zoo still had guests and animals. Now it was just. Millie and the visitors were few and far between and old Mr Price. Never a nice man was now absolutely nasty. You useless mangy brute. He'd started saying some nights throwing food haphazardly at her feet. If you were more interesting maybe we'd have some business. The mean words. Were only a part of it. He started to feed her when he felt like it. Watered her even less and just generally didn't seem to care. He spent almost all his time in his little log. Cabin all shut away. He got so careless that one night he forgot to latch the fence to the zoo and later when the moon was shining the door swung open creaking slightly in the dark Hello set a one eyed Fox peering cautiously past the open door. His coat was rich and read his is young and curious and his dark whiskers bobbed in the moonlight. The gate was open. He said to me. I saw you all alone here in the yard and thought you looked bored. I'm sow you WANNA come to dinner with me. And my friends Millie's heart sword. It had been years since the last animal left and Mr Price was terrible company. A dinner sounded like just the thing. Well I'd love to little. Mealy said then looked sadly at the rope and the Iron Spike. How do I escape though? She asked even all these years later. She was still tied to that. Same iron stake in the ground. Of course she'd grown a lot since then now she was easily ten feet tall and nearly ten thousand pounds but little. Millie didn't seem to realize that in her mind she was still that same week. Little Baby Calf. Just pull out. The steak said the Fox ears twitching. You're so big he can't keep you here. I tried to pull out the steak. Said Milly thinking about all those attempts all those years ago. It doesn't work. It didn't work sal corrected. You're different now. If all that's holding you is that rope. You could escape anytime you wanted little. Millie thought about trying to escape into the forest and then she remembered being young how the rope would go tighter and tighter on her neck how she'd pull and pull and nothing would happen. She couldn't bear to live through that again. I can't do it. She said. I just can't are you. Sure ask how we're going to play freeze tag in the trees high. Bet Your trunk would be good for tagging little. Millie side a big breeze from her leathery lips. She knew her trunk would be great for tagging. But I can't break free. She said I'm sorry. It really looks like you could sal said well. I can't Milley said stamping her giant foot. The Fox shrugged and disappeared into the night suit yourself. He called over his shoulder. Maybe next time it turned out next was only a few nights later old. Mr Price left the gate open again and the Fox slipped back inside the old zoo this time. He had a strange horse with him. All striped black and white. This is the elephant. I was telling you about South said Hey Elephant. This is my friends stripes. Milly jumped to her feet. Her annoyance with sal had faded over the last couple of days and she was once again. Happy for the company. Mr Price was getting worse feeding her less than just sitting in his log. Cabin yelling at her out the window. Hey there she called back high stripes. My name is millie. Thanks for coming to visit. I used to live here. I'm a zebra stripes back before your time. I escaped into the woods and now I'm a living free when South told me about. You all tied up here. I thought I'd come to invite you to dinner so you can see what it's like. Well if he told you about me being all tied up said Milly in a huff then you know I can't leave. Sal and stripes blinked at her but come on said stripes. It's just a tiny rural. Bend a little stake in the ground. Your literally the biggest animal I've ever seen. Well Milly thought about it. She took a step and then another. Maybe I can do it. She thought maybe I can break free. Then the rope ran out and she felt it go tight on her neck in her mind. It just kept getting tighter and tighter. She remembered how she'd pull and pull and nothing would happen. I can't she said softly stopping in her tracks. I tried and I just can't I think you could. Sal said yes. We believe in you said stripes. I told you I can't go. She snapped the Fox and Zebra looked at each other. All right then if you say so. They walked back into the woods. And Millie was all alone. She was annoyed with them for bothering her when they knew she couldn't get herself free like last time. Though her annoyance faded over the next few days soon she was hungry for company again. It didn't help that. Mr Price was getting worse and worse. He never even bothered to leave his log cabin to feed her these days. He would just yell at her and throw old scraps through the window. Milly was starting think it was time to leave. She got her chance a few nights later when Mr Price left the zoo gate open again this time. Millie was thrilled to see sal and stripes again and a sleek Brown Fisher. Cat slunk along beside them. Hi Millie Sal called. This is our friend L. The Fisher cat. Hello Milli said L. I've never met an elephant before I've never met a Fisher cat before. Do you want to be friends? He said Milly laughing. We're all friends. Said Sal smiling. Yes said stripes. That's why it's time you get out of this awful zoo. Come on where here to invite you to dinner. Milly grown to herself. She was finally making friends and they had food. The big elephant felt her belly rumble. Oh food old. Mr Price wasn't always so accurate when he threw her meals out the window. So some suppers milly just missed. I WANNA go. Millie said I really do so? Come on said L. That's just a tiny little rope and your giant. You totally just walk away. Milly felt tears rushed to her. Is She wanted friends? She didn't want to be stuck to be yelled at and tied down. But what choice did she have even thinking about it? She could feel the rope heavy on her neck in her mind. She remembered it getting tighter and tighter. She imagined how she'd pull and pull and nothing would happen. She imagined how she'd fail. I can't she said I've tried. Maybe tried when you were little said L. But look at you. Look how you've grown you can do different things now. I'm sorry said Sal. But Millie the only thing holding you back is you. Millie felt her heart thumping in her chest. She felt tear sting at her is. Why did they have to bring this up again? Couldn't they see she was trapped? You don't get it. She said her. Long trunk thrashing. Just go leave me alone. Milley said stripes. We are just trying to help. Just go she trumpeted and they all stopped and then they turned and they went.

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A Shipping Container That Is Actually a Huge 3D Printer?

3D Printing Today

05:19 min | 6 months ago

A Shipping Container That Is Actually a Huge 3D Printer?

"There's an interesting news story. came out a little while ago that on the surface. It doesn't seem like all that big a deal but I thought it was really interesting. It's really two different companies. He's coming together and integrating into a system that will allow the capability to take a basically a factory in a box and take it anywhere in the world and produce a relatively large scale. Object or objects Utilizing the integration with the manufacturing software remotely so they basically this company mill the pronounce Mili Mille by M. I L L E Milli bought now now the story about Milly bought. They came out a couple of years ago there was no photographs graphs of what they were talking about. It was like this pie in the sky idea to put a large-scale. FDM three printer inside a looks. Like a container. Hainer see cargo contest. See cargo container and and finally. They're showing US photographs in this article of how they actually did it. And it looks pretty impressive. Basically basically it's it's The the printer takes up almost the entire container. It opens up on a sideways door and in partnering with of the Three D. Printer. Os The you. Could you could send your factory to the location. And then send send the parts to the printer which then is generated where it's needed And I see the value in having to do that in in like emergencies If you have a particular part that's so large that has to be printed to certain specifications on this type of machine and you got a question. Just how many parts do really well really do that with mum. I really really don't know but it's a pretty large printer. It shows a helicopter. And you gotta wonder what's three printed on that helicopter I. I'm not sure about the the the helicopter being there. That seems like a very bad idea at three Bernie chopped or parts. I think you look at it and you. You think maybe they're just three D. printing the seat. I don't if you if you look at the last picture in the article. Looks like the the tail on the helicopter is now three. D. Printed did not know about that and that really bad. I'm not familiar with that design of helicopter psych. I couldn't really tell you what it it's very small appears to have an open cockpit so it's like a small experimental helicopter wouldn't get me in that hell and now the three deeper detail. No but yeah I think. The the idea of a building. Large format printer inside a seat cargo container or is brilliant. Because you've basically got this large you know. Relatively accurate fabrication steel box. Yeah that Tom In America. At least I'm not sure where where they're based but in America. Because of the the trade imbalance we have with China released till very recently had with China there's so many seekonk containers that end up on American shore that there's nothing for us to put in them and ship them back to China so you can get them incredibly basically as you can get them for scrap price basically now And so you know in in terms of having a enclosure enclosure for three D. Printer of that size. That's the cheapest thing you can you can get. I mean there's people building houses out of them because they're so cheap you just you just press pressed a button how that hurts us. You know we're in California and There's a lot of homeless here. Sure there's homeless here because it's it's expensive to live here and a lot of people from a lot of other places. Come here because the weather is more amenable. When you don't have a roof over your head sure and and the cargo containers modified into housing units would be a good solution? I would be a great solution of things that they're good enough for hipsters. But are they A. Are they good enough for homeless people. I mean that's the question but But yeah it takes a lot to to make it into a good living unit. You know you gotta put in a lot of insulation insulation and stuff but there was a movie just a little while ago that came out a Steven Spielberg film science fiction movie where everybody was living cargo. Oh in the in the stacks. Yeah those are actually old old House trailers that they just built built sort of these like Like pallet racking kind of stacks. They could stack up all the house trailers and so. Oh Yeah I forget the name of it right now but it was. That was a good on the virtual virtuality Y.. Yeah I think so. Is the gay layer one. Yeah yeah that was cool. Yeah but if you if you want you know just a big big box to build a three d printer in on this is this is Berlin. You could store outside and you know you could. I mean itself and let the Sun do the internal heating. There you go down. Yeah you know containment and you're not breaking any any rules

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"millo" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

The Brilliant Idiots

09:32 min | 1 year ago

"millo" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

"Just wanna be i think the first thing about thinking they're gonna kill themselves near like i really like this lavender bath bomb like that just really i mean classic good for him save so many life's seeker thought that i think that'd be a good marketing campaign for sapporo the forum we save lived yes it's like you're out to get into the bathroom so you're s but then you realize these bubbles are designed just for fun we should absolutely do a marketing campaign first of four about women about to kill themselves and then the bubbles are just so relaxing the candles yeah meanwhile her husband is like any other room with like a hood hanging anna gun that statement to we hang but how much that hey you should do is whacking off a i don't know i think there's like that auto erotic sixty ation thing i mean i i think you could ever tried that you lost a million dollars now you're telling me for a million dollars you're like i'm not gonna shut myself in wack off i was in the fetal position the last thing i'm gonna do it was i was like we trust sucking on only joy i couldn't get i didn't want joy i was not i was not looking for that nothing not at all yeah i was i was down i was down and out but you're a real woman about committing suicide broke i know i know i was i was more calculated i want my kids to get a life insurance policy right amount a and i couldn't figure it out how to do it because even like certain poisons they spend the time i'll find it in system oh you were gonna go for poison housing i anything that worked out decided very old school is just like medieval i couldn't i i actually did find one thing okay that was safe in worked i found some instances where it might not be where they might be able to figure it out but anyway i told it on stage once in my lawyer was in the audience and he said you cannot use that joke anymore why because if somebody goes home an older house yeah oh you could you could just sue for the heck of it oh just after rats right that's right that's right and you could be like metallic or whatever those rock bands were there were like saying they kill themselves and then the kids did it yeah don't kill yourself i mean if you can really it never works you ever get used to losing millions of dollars now now every time every time it's like how did this happen again like i remember one time being on a hammock in between two houses i own in the hammock strung up and it was just raining and pouring and i was just like how did i get this zero again analysis raining and i'm losing these two houses i'm getting a divorce and then the next day i went to the city and put it out on craig's list and now is it yeah did we get to you're fourth time a a like a fourth this is this is you're fifty plus so right now yeah i have i've i right now i've done a good job investing and that's really save the day because i don't make any decisions might put out you just go with the rich guys and wherever they yeah if if if if basically if i know a lot of smart people there a lot smarter than me and i see how are they work right end i say oh and i see or twenty years 'cause i know these people for a long time i say over twenty twentyfive years yeah skies done a good job a trust seminar yeah anyways but again that's that's smart i have a question just about this big money investments somebody was telling me like there's certain there's certain investments that 'em these banks only offer for prime candidates like that and this is how like the real elite continue to make money like goldman will say hey we need a raise a billion dollars would you like to lend us yeah now why would a company like goldman need to raise money i thought they have all the money but there is a washer you set the partly fun so half of goldman will do that deal and half offered to their clients and then they'll go hey do you wanna get into this deal that's a guaranteed yeah now why is it guaranteed 'cause they're they have a contract with the government or something like that let's say let's say i'm talking about the safest money bats what are these okay i'll give an example yeah let's say you're a huge company in china you the biggest share manufacture in china right an walmart says okay will take a million shares for all the stores maybe chairs and the chair companies like okay says the money will send you the chairs and one where it's like send us the chairs and will send you the money anger from china were not gonna trust it somebody has to lend money to the chair manufacturer just send it to walmart mart in three days later lamar instead of war the walmart so they could send to the chair manufacturer walmart will now send it to the lender with interest a on money like that if you have the money and those of the deals that cause walmart paying his bills right well those saudi arabia is paying his bills so if you have oil from if you're gonna wait a make money is lending really rich successful people money right and if they're not in that model so like the big company in china could afford to send the chairs but they're just not in that why would why wouldn't the banks just do this why would end the regular investor bangles again it could banks what they love is mortgages they love thirty year mortgages they're reliable they packets of those mortgages and sell them to billionaires right so they get them off the books but banks and not in that business everybody's in their own business everybody's in their lane got so so some guys are in that business of doing these loans for two days where they make like two percent in two days which is like a hundred fifty percent annualized so it's it's a massive business or there's other things how the rich really continue to make money without doing anything right yeah there's a lot of stuff that's happening that here's another thing to guaranteed money here yeah here's a here's another thing to let's say this hypothetical let's say mark zuckerberg and you don't wanna send a message to the market hey i'm dumping all my shares but you kinda wanna sell shares it's worth fifty billion you kinda wanna sell a million dollars where there's there's there's a way to do it without anyone knowing the bank hides it so key basically bats what mark zuckerberg does is he says let's say hypothetically say facebook's a hundred mark zuckerberg gonna say i'm fine if it goes as low as eighty but a and you could take it from me if it goes to a hundred and three so you get three points on the upside side is twenty points on the downside the bank will sell that deal to another rich person or an insurance company could form of insurance they'll sell that to insurance company and then mark zuckerberg it says if you sold all his shares at eighty without selling any shares 'cause the lowest seeking goes eighty and then they insurance company has taken so then he could borrow money as if he had sold at eighty as if that cash in the bank and he doesn't have to pay tax on abuses barring the money right now until you actually cells which he never asked us out because you could constantly make those that he'll say it's a five year vet and then five years either he doesn't have the shares cause of insurance coming to where we still have the shares 'cause the stock has moved an he says if the stock over eighty either sell anything yet or lower the hunter injury so is he incentivized to keep stuck in a certain range for example no i mean i'm using him as an extreme right all right i probably had other ways that are even more imagine it's just making up money yeah they're just printing money out of nowhere so if you're the ceo of a company that goes public hold atlanta you're stock is worth ten million and let's say you've never had kept cash for you'd like to cash out if you sell a stock all you're shareholders are gonna freak out so the smaller companies and facebook mark zuckerberg subic yeah but you you're not you're ten million this is the night this chunky want you're company just one pilot but you don't wanna freak anybody out right this is the technique they review is how you get out and nobody would ever know you're not allowed you're not you don't have to disclose it if you sell shares you have to disclose it oh the ceo's selling shares that's a news news worthy of in the news is not aware that what the other thing is also newsworthy event so they never asked for this to be a news worthy of mark zuckerberg could have sold a quarter of shares he goes lower or done home life so we we don't know where i'm just being clearly he probably hasn't 'cause but but that's how a lot of ceos so get out of their stock without anybody knowing guaranteed you know one of the first time i saw not illegal i should be able to know if i'm an investor the ceo once again i i think it should be newsworthy companies supposed disclose every newsworthy event that the law but they've everybody has had said everybody has wings wings that that's not newsworthy because a you know everybody where the you see wants a job at the banks a and basic huge fees off these kinds of deals so he's like a were were okay with goldman you okay without i'm okay with that if you're okay with that so as he sees includes they might be but that that they're they're basically saying hey there's nothing wrong that is just not newsworthy event in not as many people as you think do it wink wink they all do it or the day after i saw my first company every single bank every i i had like five meetings equipment every single van called me because they saw my name's in the filings he this guy just sold his company probably never had money before anybody wants to get rid of this show about anyway knowing that's what they think so i got every phone call from every bank gold and of course i met and then we did do that a little bit really yeah and then and then and then i took all that cash and austin this is fourth now is the first house first yeah i have to i wanna take one break first sacramento wanna finish fifth time on the come up and will leave on the come up all right i call you all right yeah yeah you got i'm a i'm a.

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"millo" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

The Brilliant Idiots

13:12 min | 1 year ago

"millo" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

"Heart disease and then self esteem insurance c o eight excess right and he and he owns he's basically the biggest insurance company in the world so or maybe second holy shit guinea every kind of insurance possible we gotta hate buffet down an insurance is great because here's what happens yeah in a bank if you put money in a bank you want that money back eventually yeah right but while the money in the bank the bank you know lens it out doesn't really need your permission but the lens it out mortgages makes a little bit of money a with an insurance company so warren buffett flirted with the banking business but he's like you know what there's another thing that's better insurance you don't get money you money i don't even want if you never wanna do you get your money back you failed as he said he doesn't that's don't invest that money very aggressively bands he invests all in special deals like it's okay so let's let's back up real quick so services when you're purchasing insurance you don't want that money back in other words that means that means you're sled dog dad or died or you're a leg is cut off or whatever so i'm buying insurance for this car accident or a nuclear bomb at you're stadium whatever so i'm praying you get to keep my money right whereas a bank i'm giving the money on my mother fuck i better get my money right right whenever i need it i get it right so this insurance thing is i give you x five and two hundred hours whatever's hoping a guy don't have go to the doctor hoping a guy don't get into a car accident opening god did i don't have you know my life doesn't end in this life insurance policy gets cast and he takes that money he doesn't have to pay you back only if something catastrophic happens in the chances of that happening are very slim that's why he's in the business anyway i'll take that money is all they are forever only odds and then he and then he aggressively invest that now she can invest way more aggressively than a bank you're saying because of the banks still gotta give you your money whenever you need it warrants like you're not gonna get this money what a chance of the nuclear right and also thinking the heart is when you get sick how long it takes for you to get your money back when you're gonna win eighteen machine you get money right away but insurance company it might take or at least six months wants you to kill just so if you're kids wouldn't get the money for year life insurance they're usually good west but you said a year if you kill yourself no life insurance you could do you could improve they ended up studying they will send you the money right away not if it's suicide a right of his suicide domesticate oh okay so this is yeah so that is blocking buffet is brilliant yeah we made sure that that's step one in how he makes money but he gets sick because you get to keep a hundred percent of the profits he doesn't share of the profits with you like if you're sick maybe you'll get your money back please certainly not gonna say oh by the way we a lot of money on coca cola gratulations here's that eats keep that all goes in his pocket that's step number one so this this is why these insurance companies don't want a what is it the public health care any of that kind of stuff we is this is the best way they can make money as of yet but they'll make the money because you know he's he is stadiums don't sign up for a bama care he's created new categories for himself out of because everyone assumes everything he says is it's like the word of god he will say the most scary things so that okay i wanna get the step to in a second but there's there's so much equity in your you're there's so much equity in your voice being the word of god right like yeah step two by the way but go ahead okay because i notice a lot of people that is their business strategy right like a gary v for example gary pushes so hard on social media the inspiration at cetera he becomes the business guy and then these businesses go well we need someone to help us with our business and he's like well look at me i'm the business guy well and you could imagine with gary let's say some group wants to buy the new jersey new jersey or new york jets i don't even know new jersey yeah yeah so let let's leave no mardi you think let's say let's you know gary always says i wanna buy the jets i wondered whether it's let's say some group wants to buy the jet who's gonna be the face of the jets right gay they'll say gary you come in for free will give you five percent free that's what that's what we think is happening with magic johnson kobe bryant with all those guys in l a yeah their lobbying to be the face of the organization without putting up the big money for guy like warren buffett not playing at that level he's playing fifty times higher yeah so we're already speaking about let's say a billion dollar level he's being much higher so his here maybe it made him so they take as an example golden scumbag acts like he's sweetheart of paying off in texas who do you not all right so you look you see he says he that'd be okay okay this is one and seven and a half okay give us three says his big thing all my secretary pay more taxes than i do he doesn't pay any taxes because he doesn't make any money he he all his money is in berkshire hathaway stock he'd never sold a single share you only have to pay taxes when you sell and so but you could borrow as much as you want off of those shares and you don't pay taxes on money you borrow in what does that mean you could borrow if i have is at just like i have a house so i have the banks lend me money yeah that'd be accessed by the way at zero percent interest 'cause he's warren buffett warren hold on i'll never drink coke and pepsi all day this guy let me just get this straight here he asks he basically he borrowed money from a bank on the shares you only shares are up to these deals end the bank obviously gives you might has berkshire hathaway those yeah he's got a credit card the guy despite a boom he's got like some special like diamond you know carter whatever that that takes his most catches wants out of out of his shares he's got he's seven near eighty billion dollars worth of stock and then how did he pay that money back you never doesn't matter no one ever asks for the money back you think you're gonna call war above and say warren who think you're overdoing that billion dollar line no one asked him for his money back wait what do you no one asked for their money back day happy to do business with them they he saw it whatever bank he bartlett okay he bought the longterm bonds berle's three balls and goldman sachs here okay again i don't know whether he pays the background yeah but if i were him i certainly wouldn't pay because you don't have to like what do you mean he has he has eighty billion dollars worth of stock what's called the andre he borrowed like ten million he wants to buy something he they're never gonna it's backed by a hundred billion dollars worth of assets they're not gonna charge of interest there just like go a war and when we do a deal and we think it's interesting to you can we call you can we have your phone number to call you and he says yes okay will never ask for the money back you're telling me right now warren warren buffett doesn't pay for money that he gets an doesn't have the payback loans he well i'm not saying he does that i'm saying he doesn't have to if let's say hypothetically speaking if he wanted to pay that money back let's say he got a hundred thousand dollar loan a you know based you know certain stop percentage of the socks or whatever in the bank is like hey we liked that hundred thousand dollars back what he sell certain shares to get cash no or you might just give them the shares a he could pay them in shares yeah and that way home my that way he doesn't have any revenue in portland laughter payday sourcing never had i don't know if he's made more than like whatever is david salaries maybe it's a dollar you know he doesn't make enough money to pay taxes he's below the poverty line in terms of income so he should living in one of his trailer homes so basically if but but he he i you know his his shares his eighty billion dollars paper everything 'cause here's the thing now as a step to on warren buffett good is he he does laws deals with goldman sachs i'm making this the bronco i mean he does this deals with goldman sachs just to give a contractor listen goldman sachs is the biggest bank right as operas operate like a fund to right yeah yeah investment bank so they were in trouble in two thousand eight when every other bankers in trouble them maybe more most right so they called up warren buffett said warren we've done so much business together over the past forty years can you help us alkan you in that show the public that warren buffett is investing in our stock so that'll send a message to the public that we should be that were safe the goldman sachs's they've warren buffett is minus that's the value of his name and he said no he said i need a special deal and here's the deal i if if you go bankrupt i take all of your assets and i liquidate them until i get my money back first before for any millions of shareholders you have before all the teachers of all the firemen before all the police departments before they got a dime i get to liquidate all the real estate you own and i get my money just to clarify the teachers the firemen at cetera are involved in four k plan cape embattled in retirement etc so warren buffett is like fuck them right i gotta get mine right for the teachers get their little forty thousand dollars they have accrued over the real estate get you know i'm gonna put it in a billion dollars or ten billion i think even in five billion i'm gonna take all your real estate i liquidate at first i take all your other athletes libertarians essentially selam yeah l a fire sale prices band on top of it a if i buy you're shares you if i'm just sitting there you just only nine percent a year on my money so foreign to fifty million ear amount of how you do i get nine percent iron get nine percent guaranteed so after few years there's no way for him to lose money as long as they stay in business and by the way nine percent is a ridiculous rate because interest rates even then were like two three percent like nothing and he would say night i think i want nine and goldman sachs like deal what on 'cause they know the value of his investment at his and you know what go i remember i was at cnbc that day the stock goldman sachs skyrocketing skyrocketed while the rest of the market was crashing so is he so influential the his in him speaking about any stock in be considered a insider trading yeah if you knew if you knew in advance what he was buying you would definitely any there then you buy those shares you would definitely be guilty of i have to be knowing in advance because then you'll be able to predict mark but he can move the market by himself oh yeah absolutely if he filed a you know a guy like him have to disclose what they own after they buy it he makes his purchase and then he disclosed but that's why the stock goes up so he'll buy a stock that stock will go up so even if after it goes up if you buy it usually make money 'cause he's actually good night to investing in losing his money right but he does get special deals every single time now and he should frighten me more about a shark tank yeah right okay stage three for him making money that's really prostitution ring little boys that no that's not really there are there i would say probably are hedge funds in it that do stuff like that but he's not one of them really yeah you think there guys their headphones invested in like human trafficking i'm not i'm not gonna i'm not gonna i'm not gonna speculate we already shut all over the most powerful man in find that so yeah i'm already i'm already i walk out of here yet last night as he think he's got some bodies warren buffet no no there's no way you could have that much money you have murdered somebody i don't believe it's possible i mean everybody's got a billion dollars has had at least one body i mean okay not like you pulled the trigger but like cola coca cola's accuse all the time like overthrowing governments to get you know sugar plantations and stuff though you don't think they do yeah what do you want tab is a good guy cola wouldn't wanna drink way hotels owned by coca cola or pepsi i wanna kill two people were exactly you really believe you can be a tactical billionaire i do actually so so i think can go and start home depot yeah i think he's unethical billionaire well look at all you're gonna as well here and there and the amazon don't think that way you go shopping down their houses you know every medical student new york city bosa medical school free 'cause he pays for all their tuition 'cause he wants more doctors he's murdered people feel guilty about it to act now i know that but off by an ask why does he want more doctors he should just be opening up the border letting more people who build shit because because the home depot because here's here's what the two things every billionaire cares about and i've interviewed about twenty or thirty my bio here's what here's the two things they all care about they all they so they made all this money and i really sacrifice to make this money you're not having a party but it's they're they're older and so the the the two things i care about is hey i can't let the government sees my money which is always a possibility so they're they're arch libertarians are republicans or whatever so they're against any kind of tower even reached out and that's the second thing they worry about is longevity they wanna live forever so they fund massive amount every research on longevity is funded by a billionaire right oh what is completely selfish it's like how do i continue living rich that don't take my money that those especially so maybe that's why he wants more doctors but it does seem like i mean every hospital in new york is named n y you ain't going hospital now like regulates billions and billions tangoing in italian a transit going but dizzy italian italian jewish.

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"millo" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"millo" Discussed on KCBS All News

"You are driving, you're probably seeing plenty of fog, we've got widespread fog overnight spreading throughout the bay and even into some inland areas. Loser expected in the fifties. Come tomorrow. It's going to be mostly sunny bay side and in the inland valleys after a morning fog burns off. No clearing at the beaches, though, highs from the sixties to low eighties. Traffic and weather together on the eights. Stance, an electron EQ three chain smokers and BB Wreksa call you mine. Millo featuring churches here with me. Marshmallow and best deal happier. Capital. One knows life doesn't alert you about your credit card. Doc Graham street and bribed the khaki shorts your energy Bill when sixty percent. Stand clear, the closing doors. So, you know, the Capital One assistant, the catches things might look like increases to recurring Bill, then sends an alert to your phone and help you fix it. Another way capital. One is watching out for your money when you're not Capital One. What's in your wallet dot com for details? Limitations apply. News that matters to you around the bay around the world around the clock on news, one, oh, six nine and AM seven forty K Phoebe s it's Wednesday June nineteenth twenty nineteen coming up on KCBS. I'm Hollick now, the Google is promising a billion dollars to build more housing. What are smaller cities going to do? Take advantage of that. A new poll looks at the toll the campfire had, and buke county's homeless population, keep Makoni CBS news time, nine thirty one CBS news update democratic presidential candidate, Joe Biden says he won't be apologizing for saying the Senate got things done with civility decades ago when he served alongside segregationists. He says, if anyone should apologize. It.

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"millo" Discussed on Good Life Project

Good Life Project

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"millo" Discussed on Good Life Project

"Are healthy forms of love in their very unhealthy forms of love, and you can also, you know, when you're young and maybe a little bit naive when you love somebody or you fall in love with somebody, you think that it just things have to be that way like Tikal. I can't help. I can't help it that drove across three states in woke up at three in the morning. I love her. You know, it's but then you get older. And you realize, you're, like, okay, just because I feel this thing just because I perceive, this thing doesn't mean it needs to be the basis of my actions. And I think hopes kind of the same thing you know, I, I don't think we can escape you know, kind of a faith based religious type belief system in like you said it brings it, there's a lot of benefits to it brings a sense of community brings us a sense of purpose. But I also think that there just needs to be an awareness of, like, like, okay, this is my brain playing a game. And. You know it feels good in it. Like I need some degree of it to be healthy. But my. When it comes through the important actions in my life. I will. I'm going to make those decisions based on some higher principle than just, you know, whatever wherever my hope lies and also doesn't mean I think a lot of people move into whatever their expression, religion is because they're in a moment in the really don't wanna have to think any more. Yes. And no judgement. They're like, yeah. Maybe an dark window where you just want to know what are the rules, and what are the answers and one of the ways that I behave appropriate, you know, and when you do that very often part of the, the contract that you make when you step into that is you turn off your own internal sense of discernment. Yeah. I think the imitation is he like explore this new like get get the beautiful part of it. And at the same time, keep your own internal discernment engine on the, you know, and understand, and question the values in beliefs and find that set that like works for you on come full circle with you the last chapter of your book, like. Totally took me off the deepen. I'm not, I'm actually not going to people just need not tell them about old spoil. Doc about it but I did not see it coming. And I was like, oh so revealing their now. So it was fascinating really provocative. Maybe think so you guys you can have to read it on your own. But I do wanna come full circle and come back to the same question that I always ask the conversation because it's, you know, you and I have talked over the years. But it's now three years now since we've been in the studio together. So if I ask you the questions day what it means to you to live a good life. What comes up? Well, it's probably this is probably just popping in my mind because it's very salient, we spent thirty minutes talking about it. But, you know, it's, it's I would say some permission before Millo humanity, and it's, it's really interesting because it's I think there were a lot of unhealthy things in my own life. You know, I think some of us are better at treating other people as ends and not ourselves. And, you know so we do unhealthy things to our week, we damage ourselves. But we like are very good with others. And I think some people of the opposite, they're good with themselves. And they, they hurt others, I had a lot of unhealthy things in my relationship with myself that, that discovering that kind of helped me shake out of my life. So I'm gonna say that. Thank you so much listening. And thanks also to our fantastic sponsors who helped make this show possible. You can check them out in the links. We have included in today's show notes..

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"millo" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

Other Side of Texas

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"millo" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

"Our first window on the world. A lot of people scratch your heads councilman. Jeff Griffith was on the on the show. They scratch your heads in. I'm going to throw this out in answer it, and then I'll let you finish up. I get a lot of questions about why in the world. Do we have what we have in Amarillo for Texas Tech in El Paso with his dental school with the nursing and pharmaceutical Amarillo a wine the world is event school need to be done in Amarillo in Maremane is always there only so many political bulls out there, and if you want a wide net you've got to be able to carry that wide net. So we wanna bet school in Amarillo. The city Lubbock has backed the vet school in Amarillo till listeners. Why that that school shouldn't be in Lubbock in y you as a council if you can speak for the council are backing that that school being in Amarillo and thanks for bringing this up. This is this was another autumn on our legislative agenda that the city. The council of Lubbock supports the Texas. Tech bet school being placed in Amarillo, and yeah that may be a head scratcher for some. I'd like to quote, paraphrase should say former chancellor Bob Dunkin, current chancellor, Ted Mitchell, both have explained to me that. Amarillo is the epicenter for cattle. So ranching is north of us. We're right in the middle. If you think about west, Texas, obviously right in the middle of largest cotton field, and then Millo desert of the south of us, of course, with all and gas, but we really emerald is very is far as logistics great site for this vet school, and we've had other institutions that have been schools being Colorado state university Kansas state university in Oklahoma state university. All back it being an Amarillo all recommending being memorable. Because it's the epicenter cattle industry ranching industry, and it has you know, we as west Texas worked together now. People need to know that in not we're not fighting thirty five east, but we don't have the population that they do J. So we need to ban together and work together for the betterment of west, Texas. You talk about this a lot on this show. And that's my answer anything else. People need to know that's going on to city. We again are our council. We brought up already reluctance say one more time or city council meetings have changed to Tuesdays instead of Thursday's. So our first Tuesday meeting this year, of course, will be this coming Tuesday. January twenty second will start at four thirty. Public comment. It starts at five. And we hope that makes it easier for folks to come that wanna come to council. We're gonna be working very hard this year to improve Lubbock. We've got lots of priorities. Would we spoke on some today? Appreciate you having me here and hope everybody has a great weekend. And let's keep moving Lubbock forward. All right there. You got it city councilman Jif Griffith here on the program in a pretty. Think for the informant. Four the Texas standard freesheet them having me on and for councilman Jeff Griffith. Gotta get home gonna get home. Great family above average dinner waiting for me, except I say that a lot, but my wife is on a high school friends trip in Phoenix. So I am Mr. mom this weekend. So the dinner's going to be below average this time around until next time Ravon buddies Ravon, we'll see next edition right here on other side of Texas. It's.

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"millo" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"millo" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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QnA: Temperature, Tech and Testicles

The Naked Scientists

03:03 min | 1 year ago

QnA: Temperature, Tech and Testicles

"When cheering them. Monthly cycle. Women. Most fertile well most women average twenty eight day cycle. Some ladies have slightly short cycles and some have slightly younger cycles and most ladies of late about halfway through that cycles around about day fourteen so from facility spec, did we would usually recommend regular sexual intercourse from around about day ten because sperm lasts five to seven days an egg baloney last of one to two days maximum, so ladies mainly fertile from probably about day fourteen of their cycle round about day. Twenty one of their cycle is all to do with of elation occurring day fourteen. But what about if a person doesn't have a regular cycle because what the data you've given us a seems persons knows where they are in that cycle. So what happens then so for us? We might recommend that you have some scans can see what's happening to see whether the follicle production is going on within your cycle. Patients can try using Luton ising home sticks. Sixes surge kits. As they're called. You can buy over the counter pay on a stick. And it tells you whether your of your lighting or not ladies, then aren't detecting that they may need some help with something like Plum Athene reproduction of follicle stimulating hormone that usually occurs naturally. But isn't in those languages the chemical process of of Asian, and then obviously we would link gain with scanning. So that we can see that there is a follicle production as well. So what roughly what fraction of people do have a regular cycle. What fraction have irregular cycles sip, ruby one in six ladies have irregular cycles. That's quite a high high proportion Milli. I mean, we keep focusing again here on female factor. But actually forty percent of problems are male factor problems. Forty cent female twenty percent, sometimes it between the unknown. And all say is a mixture of two quite often appears that patients drawn together if both have an info having infertility issue. Well. James, you're gonna say, yeah. I was going to you're talking about of kits. You can buy buy over the counter. Do you put any stock in smartphone apps sort of suggest your facility in the cycle? There's lots out there now which help you track cycle. They would recommend the track your temperature because there's a slight temperature rise when you feel late there is now bit like fit bits and things like that. They're now out there for facility as well. It's a it's a big of up and coming burgeoning market within that side of things as well. And help. They find that useful. Or do you think it just helps Buddha focus their mind they plan in place. And so they tend to stick to it, which means more light successful. And for some patients. It's really helpful. It gives them through focus for others. It just absolutely adds to the stress of the situation, and we would recommend that they go and seek help from a specialist go and see the GP speak to tilting us in those those lots of things out there to help. And actually the apps are useful. But I think sometimes for patients who are really struggling. It's not the best thing really adds to their stress.

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"millo" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"millo" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Millennial Milli I hope that she comes to understand the difference, between a publicly, traded and privately owned they. Can coexist meanwhile quick word from relief. Factor Allen called in with this been back. Since early twenties now I'm fifty one in my early twenties I've worked for The state prison. I got injured I was off work for. About a year Now now. Train engineer basically sit. All day long my wife making, me take relief factor. Literally. Changed my life don't? Feel like I'm twenty again but my back does, okay and you know what you can maybe not feel like you're. Twenty again but maybe you'll feel a lot better because relieffactor really does work most people. Feel the difference within five days six days of starting and after three weeks. That's a quick start for just nineteen ninety-five less than a, dollar a day eighty percent of people find. That relief factor works. So well they get more, go to relieffactor dot com that's relieffactor dot com you have nothing to lose but your pain and the whole world to gain an. Attempt to actually censor a Republican candidate on social. Media and that's. Been defeated we'll get to that coming up There are a few things more irritating than a high pressure salesperson constantly calling.

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"millo" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"millo" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"He just looks heavy and ground bound to me and he's lost his explosiveness and I think he lost his edge. I think he lost his taste for for basketball. Now he plays because everybody expects him to become. I don't know if he loves the game the way he used to love the game. So Houston's in dire need of three in guys. If you lose a reason, embalm Uto mellows the opposite of de d. in threes. He's more of a two point jumps you then or three point. He made thirty six percents threes. He's okay. But you know, used their whole philosophy is geared around bombed three right. And that's not what Mela wheels because they tried to make him into a catch and shoot always reported. That's not what he is, and that's what Houston. That's what they are skilled. Chris, Paul penetrate it to three, James harmed penetrate e the finish at the rim kick into a three so mellow. You going to have to, you're going to have to adjust your game. And I know it's hard you. He's sixteen. He's been the guy. And for the most part with exception of what last year he's always been the best player on his team. So everything flowed through him by knee twenty five shots got it. Need thirty guide when he to guide it those days over. And yet last year thunder nation said, we got mellow and now rockets nation. I'm pretty sure is going to say we got mellows. No, you don't got mellow. You don't got that. Nell, Carmelo. Yes, Louis got Millo got caught. Do the different the the Knicks early all had Millo had new. Got you. Got something else. And by the way Carmelo for all of his basketball gifts. In the playoffs. He's twenty five and forty seven. So he is not been a difference maker who could lift a team carry team the way LeBron's air through the skipping. I'm really giving the benefit of of early all plan in the west. You gotta go through shack, gotta go Kobe and Casale and all. Okay, I'll give you that, but you got to win something. I mean, you've got to win the couple of see reason. Nope, he had that once they re that he had it went to western covers. Finally went ahead, Charles Bill, the head k. mart, but Athabasca is really been. He got to the one conference right. So ultimately I hate to be the bear, bad tidings, but to rockets fans, I say, you're going to be frustrated and ultimately just flat out disappointed because I just don't think he fits unless he would take the mindset us read and I just I'm not sure you can do that when you're this guy, but here's the thing it what made it. So when they broke the subject too late in the season he's at, I'm not. I'm not a bench player. I'm not doing it. I mean, that's what I don't get. So I guess he was unwilling to maybe he was unwilling to do it in. Okay, see so maybe the realization starting to sink in that they only want me here somebody's about to give me skip somebody about to give me twenty twenty five million dollars to not the show up to work is correct..

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Vice President Mike Pence Thanks Chile's Sebastian Pinera

WDRC

01:12 min | 2 years ago

Vice President Mike Pence Thanks Chile's Sebastian Pinera

"Vice president mike pence meeting with each delay in president sebastian pinera on saturday of the summit of the americas thanking him for supporting us efforts in the middle east thank you also for your strong support of of american british and french efforts degrade and cripple the chemical weapons regime in syria president trump opting out of his trip to south america staying behind and focusing on the syrian situation the president also has weekly address defending his aggressive stance against china's trade practices over the last two decades the united states racked up twelve point five trillion dollar trade deficits in goods and watch nearly one third of our manufacturing jobs disappear or go to other countries we finance the rise of other countries at the expense of our own middleclass people presents critics however saying that a trade war with china would ultimately hurt the middle class voters in montenegro casting ballots today in the presidential election with former prime minister millo djukanovic expected to win after his party defied russia took the small balkan nation into nato last year you're listening to fox.

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Vice President Mike Pence thanks Chile's Sebastian Pinera

WDRC

01:12 min | 2 years ago

Vice President Mike Pence thanks Chile's Sebastian Pinera

"Vice president mike pence meeting with each delay in president sebastian pinera on saturday of the summit of the americas thanking him for supporting us efforts in the middle east thank you also for your strong support of of american british and french efforts degrade and cripple the chemical weapons regime in syria president trump opting out of his trip to south america staying behind and focusing on the syrian situation the president also has weekly address defending his aggressive stance against china's trade practices over the last two decades the united states racked up twelve point five trillion dollar trade deficits in goods and watch nearly one third of our manufacturing jobs disappear or go to other countries we finance the rise of other countries at the expense of our own middleclass people presents critics however saying that a trade war with china would ultimately hurt the middle class voters in montenegro casting ballots today in the presidential election with former prime minister millo djukanovic expected to win after his party defied russia took the small balkan nation into nato last year you're listening to fox.

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Vice President Pence Meets with Chilean President Sebastian Pinera

WDRC

01:12 min | 2 years ago

Vice President Pence Meets with Chilean President Sebastian Pinera

"Vice president mike pence meeting with each delay in president sebastian pinera on saturday of the summit of the americas thanking him for supporting us efforts in the middle east thank you also for your strong support of of american british and french efforts degrade and cripple the chemical weapons regime in syria president trump opting out of his trip to south america staying behind and focusing on the syrian situation the president also has weekly address defending his aggressive stance against china's trade practices over the last two decades the united states racked up twelve point five trillion dollar trade deficits in goods and watch nearly one third of our manufacturing jobs disappear or go to other countries we finance the rise of other countries at the expense of our own middleclass people presents critics however saying that a trade war with china would ultimately hurt the middle class voters in montenegro casting ballots today in the presidential election with former prime minister millo djukanovic expected to win after his party defied russia took the small balkan nation into nato last year you're listening to fox.

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"millo" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"millo" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Speed and the demographic millo is they are advocating that it's okay for the fbi and doj to use political dirt paid for by one campaign and use it against the other campaign the socalled steal dossier partially funded by the clinton campaign the democratic memo said played no role in launching the fbi's counterintelligence investigation into russian interference and links to the trump campaign the republican version had accused the fbi of basing it surveillance of then trump campaign operative carter page on the dossier and failing to inform the court that authorized it the democratic memo said the court was told there was evidence the russians took interest in trump campaign adviser george papadopoulos the white house called the medal of politicallydriven document aaron katersky abc news new york congressman adam schiff top democrat on the intelligence committee says are these special counsel's plea deal well with former trump campaign aide rick gates he now has another thing very important cooperating witness somebody who was at the center of the trump campaign heavy rain causing flash floods leaving neighborhoods underwater across the midwest in southern plains abc's mark has more and alexander arkansas in indiana we've seen one guy getting swept off his feet by raging floodwaters and the tanker key river levy in indiana it broke overnight and that caused widespread flooding and evacuations kentucky in parts of ohio and michigan there under a state of emergency today and residents were working to secure their homes a un security council unanimously approves a resolution demanding a 30day ceasefire across syria to deliver humanitarian aid.

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"millo" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"millo" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Prefer you just taking the night offered nuts it's gone out of our lives also prefer that yeah uh let's see here the oh the nba landscape has been remade in lebron james image over the last afternoon will say about the cavs in a second for the bulls made two deals jarrod else in goes to the piston's for willie read and the flipping second round picks the bulls are expected to waive read the bulls have also reportedly added no avant lay from portland millo can rack of it here's of the cavaliers that it's everything isaiah thomas channing frye the first round or go to the lakers for jordan clarkson and larry nance the cavs also picked up rodney hood and george hill for iman shumpert jae crowder and derek rove's rose could be bought out by the jazz perhaps associate reports and up of timber wolves in tump them it'll also cavaliers updated doing wade he goes back to miami before a highly protected at pick out for peyton goes from the magic to the sons for a second rounder it's a three way deal for the nick maps of nuggets emmanuel mutia goes to new york doug mcdermott to the nuggets devon harrison a picked go to douse speaking of dallas the blackhawks get the stars if the united center tonight four wls force o'connor checking the roads right now not too bad on the outside of the edens 16 minutes inbound though are the edens from lake cook to the junction that's fifty 55 kennedy out to the junction forty minutes out to o'hare one hour inbound o'hare to downtown that's an hour ten junction in 25 minutes the down the outbound side of the eisenhower to watffice 45 tyrone the high end great lakes good to have you observers here still my thing in all of this off well this there's a lot to do all telling it busy at the coke catholic instead of this the guy nobody nope of note bad driving on the roads expected in chicago public schools will be closed burlington northern santa fe line bone to be running an alternative snow scheduled for what not as many trains as a good idea especially when it rebutted this a tick public transportation in this public transportation books that makes so much sense seeing for calling on the day punish the ticks train hatfield thai tyrone you are the man in the house cheat on the.

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