18 Burst results for "Mirian"
Habits Of The Few with Mo Naboulsi
"mirian" Discussed on Habits Of The Few with Mo Naboulsi
"When you try to speak somebody else's language they give you a lot more grace and that's exactly what this is is when you're speaking you're making it about the other person 'cause you're speaking their language and that just builds report like you wouldn't believe there's a lot of times so i get hired out for entertainment events where people will hire me to come work like i did young presidents organization last month in fort worth where i just read people's faces so i don't teach them how to do it but i just come in and i call it payed practice where i come into. Event now reasons face and seminole ten times if it's a larger group somebody's gonna cry because it's the first time that anybody's ever seen them the way that they see themselves. A lot of people feel dismissed ignored avoided by even the very people in their life. And what's really ironic about it as a lot of times. It's people have rounded eyebrows because people rounded eyebrows thinking about the people around them. I in themselves second and so. They're so busy doing everything for everybody else. That they don't think anybody thinks of them. And so when i read their face a used to like shock me and so when somebody would start crying i would start apologizing in. I learned not to do that now. Talking about body language. What i did is if somebody started having that emotional reaction i knew i need to step away and give them space until they felt comfortable. Then i would come back in right. So it's learning to your mirian matching part. You have to know body language and proximity of people and everything else and yes reading. Their face will tell you a little bit about. How do you use all that. Do you mind giving us a little shirt breakdown. I'll pop up on the screen here. Just recently did a training for an rv dealership so this is how you build report with customers when they walk in the door right so let me make sure it shows up on screen here and i'll be looking a little bit away while it does. Let's your fine get and then out. Perfect figuring it out all right. I'll have to teacher. So i'll go to this fairly quick. So i'm just gonna kinda recap what we talked about earlier. I'm gonna show you the three types of eyebrows. The one thing. I always want to leave. People with are those and the reason for that is when you look at people's eyebrows leads the eye contact and that is a game changer in itself so even if you never tell somebody that you're what you're doing right you just look at their eyebrows thinking okay. What shape is it. What shai modify but that even look at somebody's eyebrows. They feel like you're paying attention. I'm a just creates totally different bond. So with that being said this excited. I'm going to be a student right now..
Strange Brew Podcast!
"mirian" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
"Of gives credence to a of the organ theory. And what have you when you're over stimulated especially bhai like electrical impulses and sounds and lights and everything that we're constantly over stimulated by unless you're one of those people that unplugged for up teeth amounts of time but i don't see how that's even feasible in this in this society more like you're either looking at a screen or you're doing an order with technology or something depending on what job you have but it's yeah. It almost seems next to impossible to unplug. Unless you do the matrix inescapable with my favorite thing about camping man. Like i like at least once or twice a year. And that's usually when i like to. You know kind of reset my brain if you will to use the term something like that and i have no reception where i am so my phone goes into my fucking bag and just stays there and the one thing that ever comes out for is for me to play like spotify playlist or something that i have downloaded so we have music in the background. And even that's not at a super loud. It's quiet and we're just sitting being in the moment it's like you sit and watch a fire you just sit and watch waves. And that's all you're looking at like okay. Drops talk to nature you. Even without the use suggestions. But but i mean it's it's it's noticeable. You know what. I mean the fact that it has on you of just fucking completely unplugging for a little while you're like wow that was more off tony percent. Yeah no if you can't then you are horribly addicted to your device by by twelve step standards can't fucking function without it. You are addicted hund- percento so throughout the years. There are many wars amongst various empires due to the underground movements of people that want abdel-amir in sophy back in place so it's educating when i was researching this i never realize that. The kinda hated the la- mirian's and then people were like we need that. Revolutionary style ethics back in our in thought in psychic abilities. We need to connect as one major for man fucking lyra's west coast rappers and fucking atlanta's these coast not just to the west side. Does yeah there was. Wars led to vast destruction as a last resort the warning empires aside to attack the opponent's crystal temples which were responsible remaining remaining two frozen layers of water about fifteen thousand to thirty thousand feet above the ground which protected the people on earth from the harmful sun's rays and also ensured a stable weather pattern all times which sounds fucking hardcore..
Strange Brew Podcast!
"mirian" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
"What do you think new zealand. This left out wide new zealand. Get the fuck that of the earth. It is weird we should do something about pompeii one day. 'cause pompes fire to job story real interesting so again and maybe because that's fucked In the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries it was thought by geologists that the age of the earth was around two hundred million years because of radioactivity. Dating had not came into use so geologically epochs were believed to have occurred a much later time than we thought dow in today like we've realized that the earth's probably a lot more than we think it is. Everyone's heard about that though right. According to traditional the osophy the lee mirian route ways began thirty four and a half million years ago in the middle of what was then believed to be jurassic thus the people of myriad coexisted with dinosaurs. So exciting fine fine. But they didn't didn't madame like channel. This isn't this how she came to this information that she channel it. Of course i mean. That's the way that all occult knowledge is acquired. Basically have to believe that this person is speaking to some sort of a theory being and they're getting something that's transcribed directly from a consciousness. That is something we you know. The average person can't tap into this chick named barbara fucking barbara some bullshit and she channels palladian supposedly and it is fucking so convincing man. She literally like her whole voice structure in the tones. Inner voice changes completely. We the lumiere are get him on the radio and we are coming together because you have to understand though to world news to unite like stocks like that it's like she's switch breeze and all of a sudden comes back and she's fucking is. It's convincing chickens a very good actress or it's legit or some other things talking to yeah possible because he's channel something what are we talking about meshing like fucking with the ouija board and ship back in the day. Is that myself. I now i beginning older. I don't know what the fuck i was talking to you whereas kid you think you're talking spirits older. I started using by myself because my jamaican told me not to play by myself and going to do it. Why not see what happens. So and then we did. Tell me that. I have nine spirits. Attached to me and that some are good in summer bad but as older started researching gained the reptilian ideas in the theories on that. I thought that maybe i was talking to something. That wasn't even sh- dead something. That was an alien was communicating through the board which is a massive possibility. Because i could have. Ed told me like i could have made the shit up in my own head because they told me craziest. So there's before i told me mom reptilian this crazy jazz and i don't know exactly what i was talking about talking to. You wants to start to realize that. Maybe it wasn't dead. It the board fed into that fucking weird man. My philosophy on ouija board has always been the reason they warn. Play with yourself is because if you hear something you don't wanna hear you're less likely to be able to handle it mentally. I guess but you can't really pass it off as oh well fuck in. You know josh was fucking moving the thing or you know. Dan was moving the thing. You can just feel like i was version there so it must be real and then you start doing your that weird whitehead space where you're going in and you're like adjusting your own memories to fucking like that show work. I noticed that it moved. Something pulled fucking hands. I felt it numerous times. Know for sure. It's scared the share. Me but i was just do. I'll put the fucking ouija board drunk man which is like ridiculous. I'm like sixteen seventeen. Amock fuck opinion drunk moving in talking to the weirdest fucking things that could park. Imagine but the idea of why. Maybe we'll get back into weird calls this stuff near halloween or something like that but the idea is that. Why don't play by yourself. Because the spirit essentially channel through everyone at the circle and go through all the different energies of your body's and then you say goodbye and they essentially have to leave. But if you play it by yourself and you don't close the circle property or bubble blah. Then you can be attacked can be attached onto you in this thing can follow you around. And this is what david eick said. That certain psychic scene is these parasitic entities that had the shadow shape. Reptilian or blah blah blah. Keeps saying that this sabaot blah to this is attached to their certain shock. Resin these things hold onto the people essentially. Yeah absolutely trippy. Man can debating on getting rid of all episodes redoing them because when justin round where drink a lot and we were kind of ridiculous. So if you go back in the podcast like ours debate on redoing cramp. I got what i want to do. Because the cramp is one was funny because he was on there. Where just drunk shit. But we started this podcast off getting pretty pretty drunk very messy. It was definitely a fun way to get into stuff though enjoyable listening back in the day. Yeah yeah we used to get faulk manners about twenty hour so the mirian race was much taller and bigger than the current race and the first three sub races of the miriam's reproduce by laying eggs. All they're like chickens bok bok fucking shit on the ground snakes of the reptilians buck. And telling you y'all could be man fucking having with. I mean that almost means my head. They're not connected to humanity. Not humans are one thing. I trusted lays platypus. They're still around. Yeah really to be endangered by now. I know i have never seen a life. I've never seen someone film one. I've never seen any of that shit. They have poisonous barbs on there a fucking hind legs. That's what i know. it's hard clicks. Awesome yeah so they lay eggs. How could they be related to humankind their mantles. They're not. I don't know that. The related humankind with their mantles. Because they're furry and they. I think they give milk. There's some weird shit that turns them into mammals duckbilled. They give milk and then they lay eggs which makes them technically puck in two different things. Yeah it's fucking weird so beginning. Sixteen and a half million years ago was the fourth sub race and they began to reproduce like modern humans fucking as maria was slowly submerged due to the volcano eruption. Marion's colonized the area surrounding the maria namely africa. Southern india east indies and the descendants of the mirian ru race according to traditional theo sophy included the cap ward race and the con- george race and the davidians and the australian race which is like.
Strange Brew Podcast!
"mirian" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
"And calm the fuck down. Made a video where i was like. Oh you can fucking thirty year. Old girl shaking their cheeks this app but i say something against the narrative and ono got taken down in this speech. Remember the guy's name for hate speech and they repealed and said oh it doesn't actually have it in it and they're really because you can appeal your your videos. And he was talking about how the government loves pandemics and they make money off because this is a this is a pandemic of convenience and eventually wanted to iran episode about this for people that are interested because a lot of this shit has been put in place in plan. Hillary clinton said we have to take this opportunity. Furthest pandemic blah blah blah blah blah. It's fucked up man. They're using this for all sorts of fucking shit. It's been set up since the get killed. I mean it's an undisputable fact that some people that have already been pretty and rich have gotten a lot book and richer because of this whole situation and a lot of people that were you know. Investing every saving every cent that they had into their business got completely and utterly shit on yet so meanwhile pfizer can be broken make billions of dollars back from alder sued investments and many times now. They won't get sued because they have the liability clauses fucking disgusting. That will be iran episode. Because i need to stop talking about this to stay on topic. We're talking about shit because the world has gotten so fucking mother. Mu queen wanted to say that i was like everyone's talking about this new dealt there's new variant called the lambda vary and i was like sounds familiar doesn't it i played the lambda landon lambda lou. This second fuck in revenge of the nerds synchronous christ like laughing about that shit. That people were like that's hilarious and she traveled. It shows. You travel to egypt where she became known. Isis ties right into samarium dude which is weird that the fact that the group isis which is which is the same as al-qaeda. They're all the same. They're just fucking a new form of it and they just changed the name. They named it after the the goddess of fucking beauty. That's a little weird. But i think there's something that's lost in translation that was westerners just aren't getting with why they picked isis own. But i honestly have no idea. I've wondered that myself as well. Fuck your islamic extremists with the fuckers isis. Have to do with anything or no. So queen moo this this mother how she i supposed to founded the egyptian civilization. that's the theory goes however. His interpretation of the mayan book is considered by experts in mind archaeological archaeology and history as complete bullshit. Essential essentially so people dispute bullshit constantly. Oh this that very mean adornment of like bridge fashioned not function exactly. Yeah so the idea of the maria as something more than a physical place or at least somewhere which has been inhabited by non human entities. Before the appearance of man arrives from the writings of colorful cultist helena bavasi so von ski was a co founder together with henry steel all caught right And ryoko of the deal loss. Theo fucking theology. Society are sophy. society says the whatever the osophy society in new york in eighteen seventy five. This society wasn't esoteric order designed to study the mythic teachings of both christianity and eastern religion. And when we get home bosque maybe it will be me and you do in that especially and it'll be a long one but i'm not gonna get into a lot of her bullshit because there's too much to cover you start doing dangerously close into the racist german the german territory. Shall we say nothing against germans right now. My favorite language early and her massive tome the secret doctrine as we said it is a big book. Listener bavasi describes a history of origin. Eating millions of years ago with the lords of flays goes on the five races of men which have existed on earth. Each one dying al irshad during cataclysm. So the third of these racist she called the la- mirian which lived a million years ago and they were Bizarre telepathic giants who kept dinosaurs as pets. Which sounds fucking fine. Yes the lake. They're supposed to agree agree. Jesus christ to exist like what is fucking two million to eight million. They started eight million and they go to twenty to fifty bc and delirium after the hyper hyperion and pre atlanta in which is like double down prerecorded history because at least plato talks about atlanta's but lem areas just kind of like deep hidden hidden hidden human history. I like the idea of human giants. And i think that it could be correct. I think that that we could have had giants back in the day. I mean we definitely could have. It's definitely spoken about most ancient cultures. Okay so yes. They did supposedly find bones her what state i was in visiting some science museum and they had a mammoth skull and that was allegedly. What they thought was a A giant skull because it only had one eye hole in it. So that's where the inspiration for the cyclops came from at least in modern mythology. Obviously the cyclops. Is you know greek. So that's way before we ever discovered mammoth bones. But it is i they i would think they would cover it up because they want people to know but i. The dinosaurs has pet. Sounds really fun. Though i would i would i would train like i'm fucking chris pratt some philosopher raptors to to eat my enemies. I want an ankylosaur that do that has the biggest bone thing on the back of his taylor swings around fucking shit up. Oh yeah gotta spiny as back. When i was a kid man. That was my favorite that and for some reason like the iguanadon or whatever which is the dinosaur that has thumbs what yes has like opposing the lake. It didn't anything but it's just. I can dinosaurs. It's so cool trick. Donald dick but montani reach coolest eventually drowned when their continent was submerged beneath the pacific ocean. And there's different stories of all of this. But supposedly the marines were the fourth root race of humans and the human atlantans who brought down by the use.
Strange Brew Podcast!
"mirian" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
"Out won't to the show. This is the strangest of bruise. I am tom cat. Tom thomson ak the reptilian aka. Dunga redo i don't fucking care what you call me And who do. I got back in the house. Each of craft anton crowley. That's sick yes. Antanas back and you'll probably hear a lot more of anton with billy's busy schedule. I gotta fill in the holes. Anton has been a great guest and he might become a permanent part of strange brew. Exciting you remember a few episodes back when we were talking about awesome powers. And i told you that i have a shark with a laser beam attached to it says well i found it. Did you fucking sick and Fraud listeners. this were actually building up our youtube right now. We're getting more and more subscribers every day. Not eventually get back to the patriarch of the patriots. Been lacking and stuff like that. But that's got to build it up more. Shame on all of you get your ass. Have a fucking drink. I spill my myself. I got some vodka sodas going. What does the high noon's no cottage springs. You got these states yet. no. I don't know if we do i haven't gone. I have so many beer from the cottage in my fridge. I want to drink it up because after that. I'm going to do with Billy's brother danny and he switched to just like drinking vodka waters and stuff and vodka. Whatever fucking low calorie bullshit. And he's lost like thirty pounds to liquor and club. Soda is the way i've shrink. Almost exclusively whiskey sodas or vodka sodas at this point with your whiskey soda soda club yup clubs. So i use club soda. I put actual lineman there because you know and that's pretty much it. I start doing that show for sure. This is going to get into some pretty interesting. So i wanna get into a while ago. We're gonna talk about the maria and the la- mirian's and who knows how much bullshit says. But i i want to believe there's a lot of love and light work in this one for all of the chaos magician listeners. Just hold your lunch down okay. We'll get through. Youtube has changed a lot. Man i was trying to re. I was looking at my documentaries on the myriad of i'd and there's not that much shit like i think i got this from my dad. Bibliotheque played bullshit. An end other sites. How did you translate it. I went to it. And i was just like nope. No it's crazy and confusing fucking nuts though for like a bunch of alien conspiracy shit and i've been using it for years in looking up fucking stuff because david fucking lakes that site so good for the reviews against. That site are fucking hilarious. I was soon great. It was ridiculous. But i ended up finding sites. That were bibliotheque bibliotheque and jason. If you will find some good stuff awesome so boundaries are eighteen. Hundreds a few scientists working from the scant evidence decided there must have been a lost continent and the indian ocean. Can we still call it. Well considering its near india. Yes i believe that we can. I noticed that. A lot of you fuckers in the states still use the word indian for native and indigenous people like a lot of people do i even but even natives themselves call them so my indian in the states. It's weird my grandfather is half tuscaroras and a quarter cherokee. And he uses the word indian. It's style it fifth generation. So yeah i'm like a little over an eighth tuscaroras offering no the fuck i am. I'm gonna malcolm nation of everything. I wanna to get one of those tests done but then i don't want them to have my my dna but technically the cops. Are you have my blood so wait. Who does those dna tests from. What i've heard is the church of the latter day saint. I heard that spotted weird so they call it lem urea on this lost continent. Some even thought there was once lived a race of non extinct. Humans called the marines who had four arms and enormous hermaphroditic bodies. So they had the so. Do you think that's where the inspiration bafflement matt came from channel amirian. Yeah you can. You can stick your dick in your vagina. If you're bored get yourself pregnant. Ultimate being he's actually you could just fucking keep making kids with yourself. But here's the question with that. Like how quickly would your dna fuck up like the breeding work. Well look at the royal family and they see my voice a bunch of our u luckily brainwashed fucking so nevertheless are their ancestors. The marta human suppos-ably and if you're a new listener and you say something as offensive fuck off and don't leave a goddamn review fucking bullshit if you don't like dark humor and us making fun of absolutely everything. This is not free you just so you know i mean and dark. Humor is like food not everybody gets it. And it's fucking true myriad theories. I became popular in nineteen sixty four when british lawyer urologists philip lewd lutely scott scott later catling skill later sca later is i'm gonna pronounce it. Ska later. Wrote a paper the mammals of mass car. Mad fucking god gave was happening my brain. It's so hot in canada today. like in ontario. It's been hot as fucking balls now like this work party thing earlier and already had a couple of drinks. So all your dude. I'm like smack in the middle of a major and yesterday i spent the whole goddamn day the beach because also in buffalo. It's been hot as fought for the last week. We're gonna warehouse and there's no air conditioning. So all we were this morning. Yeah there's no air conditioning in my shop either. It's hot fucking whore. Shit man the cools down so fucking people in the office or it's not that hard because you're fucking sin and air conditioning dude. I walk into the office. And they're just seventy three in here. I'm like it's like ninety in there. So fuck off. The twenty degrees makes it absolutely makes a difference. But they're so. He wrote this paper called the mammals of madagascar and had it published and a journal of science and scott later sca later observed that there were many more species of lemurs essentially in madagascar. Then there either. Africa or india dust claiming the madagascar was the animals originals home. So that's why you have that movie with all the stupid lemurs which is kind of funny. Is they really like to move it. I like to move it move it. Moreover he proposed that what had allow the lemurs to i migrated indian africa from madagascar. Long ago was a now. Lost landmass stretching across the southern indian ocean and a triangle shape and this is where you get the namely myriad from is because essentially this continent this land landmass connected like africa india and shit like that and was and that's how they got across and there's like a bridge of land essentially. That's what i understood it. You know what i mean. Same bridgeable expanision. Yeah this shit is confusing at times. Like a lot of weird nonsense. We talk about on this podcast. So the continent of amiriya. He suggested touched india's southern point in south africa and western australia and eventually sunk into the ocean floor. That is a huge landmass though. What was this when.
Boomer & Gio
"mirian" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"This great. Let's see if you can take the lead. Who is the jet sheldrick red wine for tristen rum shawl red wine. Good job i got one. Guess i like shaun because they enjoy rid wind jerry just to be. These guys are on the fifty three man roster on the depth chart. Okay as of yesterday they are on the chart yes again and he's up one nothing al. Who is the jet. All mirian answer or javelin do a gigiri unser over three my man i would have said that javelin gigiri would be the deed. Yes all right. Hey to take dominant to nothing lead. Who is the jet. Bryce whole or brian sa- mayes. Good up to nothing all right. This is it out. If you don't get this over then you won't be able to come back. Who is the jet morgan. Moses were caleb abraham caleb abraham for the game or with multiple choice fifty ally. Try any congratulations to more. Good job at the fake names jerry. Do one more. I will give you for extra credit if you can get this. Who is the jet timmy. Northfield or trayvon west. Go west go. Who have you know a fullback. Fullback music fullback. So all right eddie. You got three good at all but good try. I suppose for jets. In panthers on sunday i. Let's get to the yankees last night. As as they fell short to the blue jays. The to two is line to left. Centerfield heading toward third is taos. Go the throat. Second hiccups house go home. The throw home is safe. The ball was dropped now. It's funny john sterling van. You went to atlantic city last week. And you've talked about doing red black. I mean you just had fifty fifty shot five times in a row added you do on roulette while i Not great. I was trying out a system. I was reading about online. That did not work out then. I used my own system. And i am. I got most of my money back but not all of your own system. Yeah which is what. Modifications the west coast. I'm west coast. I modified the system. I was using that. I read about online. I feel like roulette systems totally kochta. Evidently they are like blackjack systems. I can understand that but roulette. It's an individual spin every single time z. For kochta system modified for people who are scared to bet a large amounts of money is the system. Where when you lose you double your bet and then if you lose again you double that that. If you lose again you double at six thousand dollars i mean. Have you not learned anything since working here. I did i did. I did hear craig on the air prior to me going there him saying. Don't chase your losses. And i was down like four hundred dollars in roulette. Offer me like i'd never. I don't like the bet and i was like I really could just grab another four hundred break even here but i did not try that so he learned but there was a debate over. You know what is down big. What isn't big. If i said i was down big in atlantic city. What amount of money would that need to be a thousand dollars. If rouse was forty dollars. I thought four hundred dollars on. Consider down big just. Because i don't like to lose money. Yeah i mean it's it's significant but if you if you went out of your way to tell you were down big i would think a thousand dollars but four hundred not good. I'd be pissed down four hundred dollars. That's four hundred bucks. That's a great. Dinner is what that is in then. New down four hundred and then you go to dinner those normally down six hundred basis that porterhouse that you gina lake not cheap. Yeah right well. He's a piece of big swing. There's some fun. Yes hey so. You lost four hundred dollars on roulette. Would you like a free sweet. Like i don't think he's one of those big fish that comes in oh suite. We have gone sweet sweet out in vegas infinity pool on the top floor. Nice uncomfortable was he. Yes i feel. Like eddie loves situations like that rich people and i actually. This is never done in that place. Like i saved the leftovers from the room service pizza and put it in the fridge and then had it like for lunch thing which i don't think ever happens. I just couldn't not do that surprise. You didn't sleep on the pizza box outside that that you could put an entire football team in that suite that we have. Yeah it was unbelievable ridiculous sitting down first thing watching fox news. Few it's awesome. That's why he was uncomfortable. When the car bombs came he was of course right. Marlins beat the mets three two. You got the subway series beginning tonight. It's montgomery and tyler mcgill will have it on the fan at six thirty. And all weekend long each the morning show with boomer esiason and greg boomerang geo jets at one o'clock and giants at four twenty five on sunday and you've got some doubleheaders to both networks have double header so in the one o'clock window for fox going up against carolina and the jets on cbs is going to be philadelphia and atlanta and then on cbs. In the afternoon we have to obviously Four twenty five games ninety percent of the country including new york is going to get a lower new york at least Is going to get kansas city and cleveland. Where about ten percent of the country's gonna get miami new england okay and then for fox late me see fox late fox. Late has two games as well. They have green bed world liens and they have denver at the giants denver and the giants you know. Obviously in the mid. It's kinda like the midwestern states shower where the bronco fans all right so it looks like it's about an eighty twenty split that green bay new orleans will be seen in about eighty percent of the country and denver new york giants about twenty. Of course. I mean that. Green bay new orleans games are going to be a very popular game. Rogers all the drama in the off season and everything else can wait. Let's go to vinnie cliff clinton. What's going on vinnie radio so out there. Thanks man. what do you got today. I real quick giants stuff. That bill fan calls up and says he doesn't have you know a fire Competitive fire is jones. Forget the for five touchdowns and parenthood fifty yards. A game is rookie year and his first game in the nfl marched up the field up and down on tampa blonde the game. I mean field goal but you wealth. Didn't our confidence in me to his meeting. I was gonna say the same. Who's like what What.
Truth Be Told
"mirian" Discussed on Truth Be Told
"That's a good one Okay well we wanna take a couple more and then we'll kind of get ready to close out Craig's always wealth of knowledge. And even george noory did. A forward on your. Yeah your book. That's amazing dad. he did. He says amazing yeah. he's great. yes. I i when i saw that. I was like craig. We'll get you right okay. So do aliens ever die. I know we talked about If we get some bad aliens and they goes before the council and all that stuff but do you think aliens ever die. I mean mark. My theory is i. Energy never dies so right you so how the extraterrestrial enlighten. World's look at it as you can go through a long lifetime. So let's say you know. Certain planets are designed. I'm gonna go and sign up for life on planet x right. Because it's scientific. And i want to really learn about the expert expert ration- of Science throughout the in averse and on this world the average life span has two thousand years because of their technology. Right right So you can go and you can do that really. It's basically up the soul. I mean a lot of people. I know when they get into their eighties and nineties. You know i talk to them extensively about about their life and and they just don't want to be here anymore so they sort of will themselves to go back and then create a new thing so your soul is eternal that is having different experiences and how i look at it and and and some people want to stay around a lot longer and some wanna leave a little sooner and things of that nature. So that's true but but you know if you you know you have to look at it if your if your with a a mate up there in the The the realm where your belt eleven to two thousand years. You're not going to be with the same person the whole time. So it's interesting that they have different things where they have sole history with different souls when different ones come and they have the conversation about if they can go and be with this person for a while and then they come back to the other person and and you know or vice versa and and yes and this can also be You know In by sexual relationships or or how ever they want but all parties are in agreement. Right light Interestingly enough the mirian's who were below mount shasta that what they do is as they grow up they. They are allowed to have up to. I think it was ten to fifteen different partners right and then it over a certain period of time not all at once but then what they do is when they get to the point of choice they have to pick the person that they are going to bond with for the rest of their lives. right so that's that's how it's done there and So everything is you know. Everything is a little different Will different experience. And that kind of thing but i have to say when you said that. About how human beings in their seventy. I -member when she passed away. She was seventy nine two months before she passed away. We because i talked to my mother every day i was. I was a mama's boy and she did tell me she said you know i i. I'm ready an is like what and you know five years before that two years before that i'd be like no mom don't do it. You know. stay here. And and i have to say but some seeing her suffer the way she did. I was like you know. That's something that you between you and god and that's you know something that that's right your choice. And then from that point out she. She went fairly quickly after that. So like it is a a willful Death third full religious. Yo we are all in charge of our own souls. Young people would really understand them and you have the power of thought to create anything you want. Yeah right well. We only have just about a minute left. But i'm gonna put in the chat room Craig tell us about what you've you're offering for people that By the book oh short as so you can get the extraterrestrial species almanac and i will personalize it and sign up for you The websites autobiography of an a. N. e. t. dot com and then slash other dash books. So you just press on the tab when you go to the website you can get it there. I also had the unis universal sale of protection cards on that pay and also a my funny book of a movie. I cast twenty five years ago. That just got re released on the silence of the hams right. Et's in comedians then on the homepage is My four-part book series Called the autobiography of an extraterrestrial saga and people can buy all four books with one click or Or buy them individually and course personalized sign up and then if anybody wants to watch stranger pentagon which is right behind me. That's our movie poster and Victor woon right there and They can go to a stranger. The pentagon dot com. 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Wondrous go when is it allie. Do we know you. It'll be at least a year from now or sooner all right. Well if you need to see. I let me know. I can fill in for one. I'm getting well. Greg always thank you so much. You're the greatest and appreciate you for always bringing the the most interesting books and stories and research It's always fun and everybody in the chat room saying they love it and so everybody in the chat. Yes and everybody into chat room. Thank you for your questions and just tuning in every friday For truth be told. It's fun to have my co host in the in the chat room But again. Thank you and come back next time. Hopefully you can get it in studio so yeah that'd be great. I love your studio right right and awesome. Well i appreciate it but everybody out there. Thank you so much Again subscribe share the show. Subscribe to a podcast and youtube channel But until next time. I'm tony sweet. We'll see next week. It's going to be a great show. 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"mirian" Discussed on Conversations
"Met in university so we will by studying law at the same time and we now first year and became friends and we had a lot of mutual friends and to be honest. I didn't think much of it at the time. And it wasn't until al final year. That i realized he was interested in may and that we would make quite a good match and as time went by i sort of started to think about that a bit more seriously and we had so many overlapping interests. We will both graduating at the same time. In fact we had we graduated on the same day about a week after our celebration so so things kind of fell into place in a way that really made me feel secure and safe and love in my relationship. Told me about that engagement celebration. What's that ceremony so we're boys from muslim. Lebanese families and families may through an event at the high which is an informal gathering usually at the goals house where the the future groom comes along with his family and they formally request to to marry the goal and that requests is usually communicated from one to another and capable raid a prayer which is the fact that how which comes from the koran and these opening chapter of our holy bulk and that's basically signaling intention to get married down the track. We laid a and islamic marriage ceremony which was also quite informal but did foam elisa relationship. And at that point even though we hadn't had a wedding celebration yet in terms of the islamic framework we would be considered married and that meant that we could stop planning our life together. Stop planning honey. Mirian buy a house and doing doing very sorts of things. Then we had a big wedding celebration. Which was a really typical lebanese wedding. What do you mean by. Because i had three people at my wedding amani. How many people did you have yours. So we had three hundred fifty guests and even though that seems like a big number. It was not hard to invite that many patients have big families big extended families. And when you're bringing to families together who have different who originate from different towns different villages or different communities. It's really about the two communities coming together and celebrating together so it becomes very hard to keep those numbers down about we we. We managed it in the end and it was a fun night. your family. Your parents come from village in the south of lebanon. What are your earliest memories of visiting the family village..
"mirian" Discussed on Conversations
"Met in university so we will by studying law at the same time and we now first year and became friends and we had a lot of mutual friends and to be honest. I didn't think much of it at the time. And it wasn't until al final year. That i realized he was interested in may and that we would make quite a good match and as time went by i sort of started to think about that a bit more seriously and we had so many overlapping interests. We will both graduating at the same time. In fact we had we graduated on the same day about a week after our celebration so so things kind of fell into place in a way that really made me feel secure and safe and love in my relationship. Told me about that engagement celebration. What's that ceremony so we're boys from muslim. Lebanese families and families may through an event at the high which is an informal gathering usually at the goals house where the the future groom comes along with his family and they formally request to to marry the goal and that requests is usually communicated from one to another and capable raid a prayer which is the fact that how which comes from the koran and these opening chapter of our holy book and that's basically signaling intention to get married down the track. We laid a and islamic marriage ceremony which was also quite informal but did foam elisa relationship. And at that point even though we hadn't had a wedding celebration yet in terms of the islamic framework we would be considered married and that meant that we could stop planning our life together. Stop planning honey. Mirian buy a house and doing doing very sorts of things. Then we had a big wedding celebration. Which was a really typical lebanese wedding. What do you mean by. Because i had three people at my wedding amani. How many people did you have yours. So we had three hundred fifty guests and even though that seems like a big number. It was not hard to invite that many patients have big families big extended families. And when you're bringing to families together who have different who originate from different towns different villages or different communities. It's really about the two communities coming together and celebrating together so it becomes very hard to keep those numbers down about we we. We managed it in the end and it was a fun night. your family. Your parents come from village in the south of lebanon. What are your earliest memories of visiting the family village..
"mirian" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Got it she got it. Her radioactive thoughts on six pack chinos options. The person who kept bumping into the table at plays house party. It was either kid. Balau chill we. We we ca- y'all out too The long out now she was a year and a half old. When lay down. We right right. that's right. Yup yes another house house party the off. Oh minds off. It's all your earphones off. Maybe the controls. What is the question of question for. Yes whose nickname in house party was dragging breath. Oh man come on was it. Chill was below. Was a peewee. It was a kid. Come on come on. Come on okay. Who had the beverage that martin have birth or did outta breath. Give me the name again. bad breath was either chill. Balau peewee or kid. I don't remember repeatedly agree to you. Got an air close breath. Well that's right sure. Thank you okay. Played below him. I didn't know kid has a bad breath or kid did not have. He was the star of the movie. Thank you i was thinking de was only one that didn't have a girl will night didn't need it. He got played it either napoli because he tried to kiss raining. Peewee because you can. We have our strongest blacks coming up next now. We got the group. Maybe we can still get those stores. Dow the score is cumulus eight small family nine while we haven't done any right. We have nine. Yeah they lost. We have eight. That's how mathworks took the numbers go in reverse. We're counting down from ten you start. We know pocket aces. Start all calm. We still talking. you've already. what does mystical. I ask you to do after you. Shake your ass all right. We got to make a bar one day. I thought those were the harder ones are supposedly. Maybe feel and he's it's okay. What does mary j. blige not want in her dancing house as events. You shouldn't even read the options right. You know you just happen to conferring. We should be able to do that. Executive options to be like. I just had these folks and we sitting around here like some dumb motherfuckers shit. Do you think david duke san party question. Maybe three man arts do pig options. You can still no options to my turn all of this answer. She's still searching for a real love on my senator heart frey. Mary j. back our first album. Her first single was remind me it was from. Just i could mirian an attack the second i thank you. Let's go me all right fontaine right. Yup what city was martin luther king junior born in. I feel bad that knowing we can. I wanted her firm. We there is collusion. We desperately who knows this answer. Redbook ill.
"mirian" Discussed on WBUR
"And going to Mars. I'm Scott Tong for marketplace. I know. Sometimes you wake up, you have to know right then and there What's going on in business and the economy? Check out the marketplace. Morning report. David Brancaccio in the game getting out of bed. Figuring out what's going on and telling you about it. Check it out. We are give her take six months into the Biden administration as good a moment as any really to check in on where some of the promises that candidate Biden made. Stand now that he's got the job. What about, say health care? As with many other things, it is not just Republicans that Mr Biden has to placate more than 150 House Democrats right with a letter calling on the president to do more on one part of the health care system in particular. Expanding access to Medicare is marketplace Accumulate. Adams reports in President Biden's budget proposal he calls for lowering the eligibility age for Medicare from 65 to 60. And there's research explaining why many advocates see that as a good idea. Joe Strayger is a professor at Stanford School of Medicine and a surgeon. And as a surgeon, I noticed in my practice that there was a there seemed to be a sudden rise in the number of lung cancers. I was treating in patients who had just turned 65. He asked around, and his colleagues saw the same thing. Normal rates at age 64 66, but twice as many lung cancer treatments at 65. There's no biological explanation for why there would be that that kind of jump. But as Schrager found in a research paper he co authored with colleagues There is an economic explanation. People were waiting for treatment until they were eligible for Medicare. Schrager says Lowering the eligibility age could save lives. Because that period of time in your early sixties I think it's a window. Where are sort of work. Associated Assurance system tends to fail a lot of people, and it's the same window when illnesses that are life threatening become more and more common. And conditions that aren't life threatening as well. Judy Stein runs the center for Medicare advocacy. Her group works with clients to ensure they receive Medicare benefits. And they come to Medicare. Uh, sicker, more vulnerable than they might had. The there've been adequate coverage before they came onto Medicare. Lowering the eligibility age may sound simple, but like anything else involving health care in this country, it isn't for example, providers generally get paid less under Medicare than they would from an employer plan or private insurance plan. Tricia Neuman is a senior vice president at the Kaiser Family Foundation. And so I think if this proposal were to move forward in game steam It would not be a surprise to see serious opposition from the hospital industry and other health care providers. Having more people on Medicare would also shift the cost burden of ensuring them from employers to the government. Mirian logos in teaches health policy at Columbia University. Employers, depending on the generosity of the benefits package may see their employees choosing to ensure themselves through the Public system that would be a real win for small businesses. Of course, all this depends on the details of any eventual plan, which would still need congressional approval. I think that there's there's a degree of pessimism around whether this will go forward and that's up to the political process, and the Biden administration is already in a lot of tough political negotiations at the moment in Washington. I'm Kimberly Adams for Marketplace..
WNYC 93.9 FM
"mirian" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"For Marketplace. I know Sometimes you wake up, you have to know right then And there What's going on in business and the economy? Check out the marketplace. Morning report. David Brancaccio in the game, getting out of bed figuring out what's going on and telling you about it, Check it out. Mama Mama, we are give her take six months into the Biden administration as good a moment as any really to check in on where some of the promises that candidate Biden made. Stand now that he's got the job. What about, say health care? As with many other things, it is not just Republicans that Mr Biden has to placate more than 150. House Democrats are out with a letter calling on the president to do more on one part of the health care system in particular. Expanding access to Medicare. As marketplace accumulate Adams reports in President Biden's budget proposal he calls for lowering the eligibility age for Medicare from 65 to 60. And there's research explaining why many advocates see that as a good idea. Joe Strayger is a professor at Stanford School of Medicine and a surgeon. And as a surgeon, I noticed in my practice that there was a there seemed to be a sudden rise in the number of lung cancers. I was treating in patients who had just turned 65. He asked around, and his colleagues saw the same thing. Normal rates at age 64 66, but twice as many lung cancer treatments at 65. There's no biological explanation for why there would be that that kind of jump. But as Schrager found in research paper he co authored with colleagues. There is an economic explanation. People were waiting for treatment until they were eligible for Medicare. Schrager says Lowering the eligibility age could save lives. Because that period of time in your early sixties I think it's a window. Where are sort of work. Associated Assurance system tends to fail a lot of people, and it's the same window when illnesses that are life threatening to become more and more common. And conditions that aren't life threatening as well. Judy Stein runs the center for Medicare advocacy. Her group works with clients to ensure they receive Medicare benefits. And they come to Medicare. Uh, sicker, more vulnerable than they might had. The there have been adequate coverage before they came onto Medicare. Lowering the eligibility age may sound simple, but like anything else involving health care in this country, it isn't for example, providers generally get paid less under Medicare than they would from an employer plan or private insurance plan. Tricia Neuman is a senior vice president at the Kaiser Family Foundation. And so I think if this proposal were to move forward in game steam It would not be a surprise to see serious opposition from the hospital industry and other health care providers. Having more people on Medicare would also shift the cost burden of ensuring them from employers to the government. Mirian logos in teaches health policy at Columbia University. Employers, depending on the generosity of the benefits package may see their employees choosing to insure themselves through the Public system that would be a real win for small businesses. Of course, all this depends on the details of any eventual plan, which would still need congressional approval. I think that there's there's a degree of pessimism around whether this will go forward and that's up to the political process, and the Biden administration is already in a lot of tough political negotiations at the moment. In Washington. I'm Kimberly Adams from marketplace coming up a real good week can.
MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News
"mirian" Discussed on MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News
"Impose a time penalty. Now in this case. I guess they chose the time penalty. And i have to say. I guess because i looked everywhere in all of the official timesheets and documents that mo- gp releases after the race and if they did assess a time penalty. I couldn't find it. I couldn't find out what exact amount was added for each of those riders and their official end of race margins to fabio quad charro on the final lap also match the times that were listed on the official stats at the end of the race. So in the end it seems it seems like race direction simply said well all right since both of you did it. We're just gonna say that. Two wrongs cancel each other out. Make a right. We're not gonna worry about doing anything. Specific in handing out any penalty which of course flies directly in the face of what happened in the motive to race when it came to joe roberts where he was dropped off the podium and along those same lines if race direction does get a level of discretion when it comes to what penalty gets handed out when someone exceeds track limits them. Why isn't there. Also some level of discretion in calling the infraction in the first place. I mean jack miller a maverick daniela's said as much after the race. They agreed that none of the writers that we've been talking about over the past couple of days. jamir miguel olivera or joe. Roberts did anything that would have resulted in them. Losing a position had that been real grass instead of green paint and so for whatever reason they decided to leave show a mirror and miguel oliveira in the positions that they crossed the line. In at the end of the race that level of latitude that level of judgment should also be allowed when it comes to determining whether a rider has exceeded track limits in a way that would be advantageous to their finish in the race as well. I mean i don't wanna keep rehashing this over and over again but it should be judgement call. Sometimes we may not like that judgment but as long as we know that somebody who is knowledgeable in the sport. Motorcycle racing specifically motor racing looked at that videotape and then turned around and said we've determined that a writer in that position would not were would have lost a spot had that been grass. I'm way better with that. Then having no gray area at all and seeing the weirdness that we witnessed last weekend in italy. But i don't know maybe i'm alone in that opinion on by the way i'm miller's tassie girl i agree with you that joe roberts was really the one that got the shaft there Jack miller called it straight up. Bs and i can't think of any better description than that. I mean let's be honest marco zaki. He was happy for the points. He's not gonna turn those down and he may not be able to turn those down at the end of the year but he didn't wanna get on the podium. That way anymore than joe wanted to lose out on the podium. That way and speaking of joe roberts gay on two wheels wanted to give props to both joe and camera bobi mentioning where cam came from the grid twenty fifth to finish eighth in the moto to race. And you know what. Cameron is going to get a handle on qualifying as the season goes on. He's going to get more experience. He's gonna start up further in the pack. And i agree. It's going to be a lot of fun to see what camera boba can do when he eventually gets to the point where he starting on the first three rows. Extend that comment to alex rennes enjoy. Mirian motor jp as well chunky. Kiddie wasn't a big fan of the action in the motogp. Erase last weekend. And i can appreciate that. You don't overlook everything. Zhou amir miguel olivera. They provided some excitement in a little bit of uncertainty at the end of the race. But i figure that you were probably hoping for a big do qadi yamaha shootout and i was hoping we were gonna get something like that as well. It certainly didn't materialize. Although i think funchal meyer nailed it of all the nfc last weekend petco back. Nyas definitely the biggest because there was a much better chance for an exciting race. Had he been able to stay in it and slug it out with fabio until the end but in addition to the mirror and olivera thing. I would also argue that. You have to appreciate just how well fabio ran that race. I mean yes sometimes you blowouts and when you get blowouts that typically means that you've just witnessed something awesome from a rider in the field. In this case that was bobbio yaro with suzuki. Both getting back on the podium at least broke up some of that yamaha yukata dominance. That's kinda set in at the beginning of the year. And i also think that when it comes to mugello the moto. Gp race in being framed by moto three and moto to both of which were antastic battles. I mean moto. Three was an incredible scrap from start to finish and moto to snatched a thriller out of the jaws of boredom. So that made the moto g p race. Seem that much more uneventful by comparison. So i do think that there were some positives to take away from that motor. Gp race you know the way. Fabio roads some interesting riders on the podium. But yeah you know. It wasn't the fender the fender thriller that we saw at the end of the moto to race and from start vanish in the moto three race on but speaking of that kids emoto gp. That takes us over the pedro on facebook. Who said that. Hey wait a minute wait a minute wait a minute. Everybody seems to be proclaiming that. Ktm is made this great leap forward because they got on the podium and they got to riders in the top five last weekend. But what's that based on. Because after all they were able to get a tire that really worked well with the bike in this race but instead of just saying oh well it's product of hard front tyre. Everybody seems to be focused on their chassis as the deciding factor and because of that it wasn't just they got one good race in or they took advantage of a good tire option. But all the sudden. It's this monumental leap forward. Well i don't know about a leap per se. But i do think it was a step forward and that is considering that the is a super tire sensitive bike and they do like to use a harder option which they were able to do in mugello and that was a far cry from the tire issues that we've seen them struggle through this your most notably where the heart option that. Miguel olivera used to win the race. Last year was removed from the allocation. And they went from a victory and two riders in the top four to just one writer in the top five and everyone else thirteenth or worse at the end of the day. But i will say that i think all of the enthusiasm surrounding ktm as long as we don't use the word leap but maybe the word stepper too. I think it is properly attributed to the chassis. I think that's accurate. I mean even before sunday's race the ktm factory riders were talking about how this new frame was specifically designed to help them lean less on.
Acupuncture is my Life
"mirian" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life
"Just getting getting out and just being issues wagon followers follow every social media platform download. The app go to the website. Subscribe to news with so much. Watch the more coming. Shouldn't say this. The movies come into next year. Get yoda bucked. The acupuncture movie intern twenty report because fox albeit coffees disease in moderation on a two cups a day. But then you feel you consume six or more cups a day. That should be red flag. Something is wrong leave experienced those would just simply say tasted taste is great. The taste is great. Yeah yeah i mean. I can understand that you new lot of good things first over consume because of great taste and it causes new mirian. Prompt health slice. It's all about can and you have to respect them. Who love outselves. You love yourself. Or the best recommendations can be may two years go see local acupunctures contacts acupunctures mama and lonely many ways in which you can live much healthier happier license with acupuncture treatment. And it's not just about about pressure cupping therapy to choose titan any goes home acupuncturist when acupunctures recommend or suggest what may be burst to you placed on mobile formula correctly. Shelton misalignments speak to slice each many people. Doctors great you know but they just still feel complete. Based on ice treatment regimen recommendations search for that they've received acupunctures keep poachers lice. Great former jumped of cares wealth along with senior doctor. You you'd be surprised as to the meaning.
"mirian" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"County with a cabin. Stay in brown County. Log cabins dot com Over 100, secluded cabins, many with Thompson game rooms. Brown County log cabins. Com Lot of scores, high school and college and we round out the final update tonight with some high school scores in Class three, a Calumet Well, the Griffith as Griffith was on their a game today, 53 26 in the in the sectional championship Can a Kiki Valley they top Knox 34 31 Mishawaka Mirian fell The South in Washington, 51 42 while Y C Lakeland walks away with the sectional championship. Over Northwood, 46 33 Angola. They defeat Garrett 40 to 36 to advance to the regional Twin lakes. They fell on their own home court by 32 Bitten central 66 to 36 nor wells able to move on to the regional round of the tournament. They pick up a win on their own home court. 41 35 over Belmont Newcastle Sectional. It was Jake County and Hamilton Heights and him on the heights came out on top. 46 42 at try with sectional. They come out with the plaque in the championship, defeating North Montgomery 65 to 34. Edgewood Sectional was Brown sound Central and Brown County. 59 35 Final score in favor of Brown Town. Central Shit tard in Heritage, Christian. They battle it out wire to wire but as shit tard Finishing on top 65 58 was the final score at the Speedway, Sectional Beach Road and Indian Creek and it was beach Girl falling to Indian Creek by score 64 to 42 Russell Top Lawrenceburg 47 26 for network Indiana sports. Maybe Harrison..
Ultimate Guide to Partnering™
"mirian" Discussed on Ultimate Guide to Partnering™
"Microsoft murray's book brand storytelling putting customers at the heart of your brand story. Recently won a stevie award for the book of the year category for women in business. I invited mary to the podcast. Because i believe firmly. That brand is often underdeveloped competency in most organizations in this episode. You'll learn the elements of a great story had to build an integrated marketing plan with story. And how storytelling could sit at the center of your marketing and branding strategy in addition mirian. I discuss her amazing journey overcoming poverty migrating to the united states building her career and her roles and success at microsoft as we looked optimize for success in twenty twenty one. I hope you listen and learn from this amazing guest myrie. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you so much. I'm so excited to be here. I am so excited to have you here today. You and i were introduced through a mutual friend at microsoft day prior leads the voices for innovation group that i'm part of and you've had an outstanding career microsoft as storyteller an author of a terrific book and now you head up the global internships at microsoft. And we're both here in south florida by the way which we could be doing this in person. But because of circumstances we can't so i'm really excited to have you as a guest today on ultimate guide departing. I love it. And i'm supposed to be in seattle but nobody needs to be in seattle at this moment in the wintertime. A lot of people are doing drink or did they just move royals because we can. We're all working remote today. It's been a time like no other. Is i describe it. I would love to spend a few minutes on you and your roles at microsoft. Can you tell our listeners. A little bit about you and your journey. Absolutely so as you said. I either the inter program at microsoft. I sit in. Hr never did. I think i would be an hr in an hr function in any company actually admitted my career. Four times within microsoft. We were just talking about. How awesome is organization is where we can just bring unusual in untraditional career paths into into an organization. Like this intact. But i do that. And i also serve as a storyteller so i actually i serve as someone who teaches storytelling within microsoft functions. Different types of org within microsoft to for everyone to learn their story to tell the microsoft story in neon..
"mirian" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"XM on A lot of people thought all he does this all the time. I really think this meeting like dragging it out. And But I really think it wasn't a stunt. I think this is probably one of the tougher On any he had revealed this much on the show yesterday. Uh, I think this is one of the tougher Contract decisions he's ever had to make, because you know, he's older. And you know if he's gonna seniors Yeah, and does he want? I don't mean to interrupt you. But Mirian from Brooklyn's on the line for us. What? Yes. By Marianne. Welcome to the Oh yeah. Jason, how it was calling you on your voicemail is full yesterday. You believe that? He's just talking about it now, Congratulations that we have 5 400 years. Do you believe in When we wait, Wait, wait one Howard trying to call me yesterday? Yeah, he said your voicemail is full, he said Jason from the Jason Show. You're the only Jason from the Jason so I know he just said it. Seriously. I wouldn't lie. Oh, my goodness. I wonder why I want a boy. Careful, I guess so. I didn't think so. So but, Wow. Yeah. What happened? I'll have to tell Gary, I'll have I'll have to tweet Gary, that I'll delete my voicemail so he can try again. Right now. You see? Oh, seriously. Marianne, isn't this good news? Is that this great news? Turning called it and everything that's been going on and how it could work from the bunker and he the content. The last like 89 months has been incredible considering the conditions of trying at the very beginning, getting everything in order. And it's just amazing the quality of the show and the guests and also the fact that how it doesn't have to do it. But he wants because he knows that his fans love him. And there's a big bond between the audience and the staff and how it's incredible. Nobody has that, Jason nobody, you know. You know Mary and Mary Ann, you could speak to this better than most. I said this on the TV show yesterday. You know, One of the reasons Howard is who Howard is is because he's evolved. You know, people that really aren't people that really aren't fans of his always lead with always a shock jock and I set it on the show yesterday. Anybody that says that is not a fan, because the reason Howard is the broadcaster he is is because he evolves. He isn't he isn't doing the same jokes and bits that he did in the eighties and nineties. Right, Marianne. It's his evolution like a mighty saying crazy marrying that I wasn't 17 like If I would have had a hammer yesterday at 17. I would have broken open the safe for the hammer. But they opened up the safe, you know, to reveal it was a big Yeah, Take a baby. But I had no idea. But anyway, you're right. Everybody has to evolve the world changes and we have to change with the world and we have to be open minded and and keep our eyes open and ears to listen to what's happening, And that's what how it does. I mean, people are stupid saying that shock, Doc, I mean, How it got in with the shots up because nobody was doing that he was an innovator. But as time goes on, you changed that as the world turns and how it turned. That's what I say. Great breaking so on the planet, you know. That's whenever that is so true. It's so funny, Marianne as you called me, I am now getting inundated with tweets. People going. Howard's talking about you right now. Oh, my God, that quick need. Oh, baby, Mary, and I'm gonna instagram. I'm going to send you a message with the other phone number that that's the hotline. Very good. Yeah, It's like the normal ones that Sally I don't want to see on him any longer. No, No, no. No. Yes. Oh, wow. Okay. She just called in She just called the riot just ran from the bathroom and the phone was ringing. And oh, my, my my foot just really either so mad right now I am mad. My voice mail. I didn't know what was fully. I don't know. It could be full on an iPhone. No one could be full. However. Oh, no. Stern called me and my voicemail was full. Does he have like a work? No. We had my phone number. Oh, he has remember. He called me a year ago. You're in half ago or whatever. So he Gary has Baba Booey has my number and Howard has my number and Oh, my heart. My stomach. My stomach is like I'm conflicted. Like Oh, my goodness. Howard tried calling me. Oh, my goodness. Howard's talking about me, but Do you have a Nicole? No. Oh, no, Jace. No, I don't know. I've never answer my phone. He's probably called me too. Oh, well, if anybody, everybody tweet, Howard and telling my voicemail is deleted. Yeah, I literally did the whole thing talking. I deleted the whole thing. There's plenty around the room. Everybody calm a I've now deleted everything. Oh, my God. Goodness. Yeah! Wow will save one's in there. But Oh, my goodness. I know ever Yeah, he'll call again. Don't worry the whole again. I've got like 30 tweets. Everybody's telling me to clean out my voicemail. God. Oh, jeez. How fun is that, though? Yeah, it's great. But it would be better if.
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"A number of african asylum seekers several were injured as they jumped out of windows to escape police officials in southwestern germany told reporters they caught the escape deportee and other residents who attacked officers during the failed deportation attempt on monday in berlin the german interior minister vowed retaliation for what he described as a slap in the face by african migrants to their german hosts but refugee advocates hearsay say the german government is also to blame because it has failed to integrate asylum seekers thousands languish in refugee centers around germany waiting for a decision on their status without opportunities to learn german or find work psoriasis or heading elson npr news berlin belabor department reports worker productivity increased slightly in the first quarter of the year up seven tenths of one percent at an annual rate the figure measures hourly outpour nonfarm worker checking stocks at last check the dow was down sixty three points you're listening to npr news from washington federal authorities are joining an investigation into an explosion in north haven connecticut last night nine police officers were injured officials say a swat team was trying to negotiate with the man who they thought had taken his wife hostage when a barn behind the house blew up authorities now say the wife was not there at the time a body has been found inside a building a stay of execution has been granted to a man and georges laid it to be executed today georgia public broadcasting's grant blankenship says the stay hints at what could be in the stork decision in the state robert earl butz junior was convicted of the nineteen ninetysix murder of donovan parks in baldwin county georgia the state gives the georgia board of pardons and parole ninety days to mull over buttons clemency application in it his attorneys present evidence that codefendant mirian wilson coerced inmates in the county jail to lie until investigators that butts had confessed to the murder the board could commute but to sentence to life either with or with.