36 Burst results for "Months"

Fresh update on "months" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:43 sec | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "months" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

"In the Asia Pacific, all the major benchmarks are trading lower earlier U.S. stocks fell ahead of the latest U.S. CPI report. That's coming on Wednesday, so that'll be tonight our time. Micron Technology, the latest ship maker to talk about demand slowing. The Philadelphia semiconductor index dropped 4.6% and it helped drive the NASDAQ down 1.2% if you feed out here to Asia, we are seeing pressure on markets pretty much right across the board. It costs these trading down about two thirds of 1%. The Hangzhou index is down about 6 tenths of a percent tech stocks here trading even lower off 1.2%. We had China's consumer inflation accelerating in July to the highest level in two years. The consumer price index rose 2.7% last month from a year earlier that did miss economists

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 US inflation will likely stay high even as gas prices fall

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 4 hrs ago

US inflation will likely stay high even as gas prices fall

"May finally be catching a break from surging prices even as inflation is expected to remain high for months I Norman hall The government's inflation report for July is expected to show that prices jumped 8.7% from a year earlier that still a sizzling pace but a slowdown from the 9.1% year over year figure in June which was the highest in four decades The forecast by economists if it proves correct would raise hopes that inflation might have peaked and that the run of painfully higher prices is a beginning to ease slightly Economists at forecast that Wednesday's inflation report will show that consumer prices rose .2% from June to July If overall inflation did ease in July will larger reflect a 16% plunge in prices at the gas pump Norman hall

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Fewer than 1 in 3 insured hepatitis C patients getting cure

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 7 hrs ago

Fewer than 1 in 3 insured hepatitis C patients getting cure

"A majority of insured hepatitis C patients are not getting the care they need the can cure them I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest A new government study finds that fewer in one and three people infected with hepatitis C are getting the treatments that can cure them Experts say insurance restrictions appear to be part of the reason for the surprisingly low usage the pills can cost tens of thousands of dollars but can wipe out the infection and only a few months the study found that overall less than a third of people with health insurance get the medicines within a year of diagnosis the hepatitis C virus is spread through contact with blood from an infected person The virus does most of its damage by infecting the liver and can lead to cirrhosis or liver cancer I'm Lisa dwyer

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Judge Who Signed Mar-a-Lago Raid Warrant Linked to Jeffrey Epstein

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:51 min | 9 hrs ago

Judge Who Signed Mar-a-Lago Raid Warrant Linked to Jeffrey Epstein

"From love. Breaking now on the Mike Gallagher show. So the federal magistrate judge who signed off on the search warrant at Mar-a-Lago is a Florida federal magistrate judge sources are telling the New York Post, it was judge Bruce Reinhart, judge Bruce Reinhart, who approved the warrant that enabled the FBI to raid president Trump's home. Well, guess what? Reinhardt was elevated to magistrate judge in 2018 after ten years in private practice. Months after his appointment the Miami Herald reported, he represented several of convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein's clients. Oh my gosh. So get this. The judge who signed off on the search warrant according to the New York Post. Left the local U.S. attorney's office more than a decade ago to represent employees of convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. Months after Reinhardt's appointment, the Miami Herald reported, he had represented several of Epstein's employees in connection with the sex trafficking investigation against the financier. According to the paper, according to the Miami Herald, this judge Bruce Reinhart resigned from the South Florida U.S. attorney's office on New Year's Day 2008 and went to work for Epstein's workers the following day.

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The Gospel According to 40

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:57 sec | 10 hrs ago

The Gospel According to 40

"Folks, this month is the 40th 40th anniversary of my radio broadcasting. By the way, you know 40s big in the Bible. 40 days of the flood is the flood. Oh right. 40 nights, Moses is on Sinai getting the ten commandments. 40 years, the Jews wander in the wilderness till they get into the promised land, 40 is a very important number, and as I explained in my Bible commentary, the rational Bible, 40 doesn't mean the number between 39 and 41. Numbers in the Bible certainly in the Torah the first 5 books are meant to convey notions 40 means a divinely significant period of time.

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The latest in sports news

AP News Radio

01:58 min | 19 hrs ago

The latest in sports news

"8 piece sports time David Schuster a light schedule in Major League Baseball action on Monday but the first place mets in the national league east they were in action and our Mike man Q fills us in The mets continued their winning ways with a 5 to one victory over the reds with 13 wins in their last 15 games the 71 and 39 mets lead the braves by 7 games in the national league east Chris Bassett tossed 8 innings for his 9th win Starling Marte a two run first inning Homer for the mets against Cincinnati's Justin Dunn who took the loss Over in Baltimore the red hot Orioles made it 6 wins in 7 games with a 7 four victory over Toronto four home runs for the Orioles including one by Austin Hayes We're going out expecting to win every game so I think we've been in this mindset now for the last couple months and we're just continuing to play good baseball Meanwhile out in Seattle the Yankees got back in the win column they snapped their 5 game losing skid They defeated the mirror nurse 9 to four and Philip gon fills us in on San Diego and San Francisco Alex would allow just three hits over 6 and a third innings as the San Francisco Giants as the San Diego Padres one to nothing The giant starter would out dual padre started Blake snow who allowed a run on 6 hits in 5 and two thirds innings The Padres have now lost 5 straight games and saw their lead over Milwaukee for the final playoff spot cut to just one game Pro basketball news Kevin Durant reiterated to Brooklyn Nets ownership that he wants to be traded and let's changes are made in the organization College football news Alabama Ohio State and Georgia They are the top three teams in the preseason coaches poll Meanwhile at Oklahoma assistant coach kale Gundy resigned after he was found to use repeated racially charged language and antennas Serena Williams still coming back from injury she won her first match in over a year at a tournament in Toronto I'm David Shuster AP sports

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'Big Trouble Ahead' Author Allen Jackson and Eric Discuss the Madness

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:57 min | 21 hrs ago

'Big Trouble Ahead' Author Allen Jackson and Eric Discuss the Madness

"Talking to my friend pastor Allen Jackson of world outreach church in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, where I've had the privilege to be many times. I know I'll be there in mid September. He has a new book out brand new called big trouble ahead, a real plan for flourishing in a time of fear and deception. I think the madness that we're experiencing. And there's no other word for it. I mean, it's absolute madness in every direction, it is a spiritual battle, it is a satanic war on truth and we're seeing it in every way. But the good news is the lord is allowing it to wake up a holy remnant. And to not just wake up a holy remnant, but to find people who didn't have faith who now see things are so crazy, there has to be an answer. Is there a God? Where do I turn? And they're seeing Christians like you, call things as they are. And they're saying, that's right. I wouldn't have I wouldn't have said so before, but I see it now. The craziness makes me want to know, is there a standard of truth? And ultimately, that's the answer and in your book, big trouble ahead, you talk about that. Well, it seems to me that evil will always overplay its hand. You can observe that in nature a disease process will destroy its host. An evil will destroy what it touches. And we're watching that. It's come to the point of the absurd. And in that, there's an opportunity to stand up and then to begin to align ourselves with the truth. How did we arrive at a place where we're unwilling and public to define what a woman is, when we're electing people to some of the most are selecting people for some of the most powerful offices in the land. We didn't get there in a week or a month. I think we got there by winking at immorality long ago. We said fornication really wasn't a problem. And we took all sorts of we took down the sexual boundaries that God gave us.

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Orioles hit 4 homers in 7-4 victory over Blue Jays

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 23 hrs ago

Orioles hit 4 homers in 7-4 victory over Blue Jays

"The Orioles had four home runs to back the pitching of Jordan lyles as they beat the Blue Jays 7 to four Ramon urias got the Orioles going with the three run blast in the first off starter and loser you say kikuchi Anthony Santander and Ryan Malcolm went back to back in the third and Austin Hayes hit a solo shot in the 6th We're going out expecting to win every game so I think we've been in this mindset now for the last couple of months and we're just continuing to play good baseball The Blue Jays got homers from Kevin biggio and Matt Chapman lyles improves the 9 and 8 Felix Bautista earned his 5th save Craig heist Baltimore

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Ezra Miller charged with felony burglary for allegedly stealing alcohol: Police

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 d ago

Ezra Miller charged with felony burglary for allegedly stealing alcohol: Police

"A troubled actor is in trouble again These days you're more likely to find Ezra Miller's name on a police bladder than on a movie marquee His latest brush with the laws in Vermont were state police responded to a burglary complaint in May and found several bottles of booze were swiped while the owners were away Miller was arrested and charged Sunday after police got a look at surveillance video and interviewed witnesses He is a citation to appear in court next month Miller was arrested twice earlier this year in Hawaii and the parents of a Native American activist took out a protection order against him accusing him of grooming their minor daughter Miller's

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Biden surveys flood damage in Kentucky, pledges more US help

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 d ago

Biden surveys flood damage in Kentucky, pledges more US help

"President Biden is vowing to help eastern Kentucky recover from the worst flooding in state history Storms last month dropped anywhere from 8 to ten inches of rain in just 48 hours a deadly deluge that killed more than three dozen people standing in front of a dislodged home the president said one survivor told him kentuckians don't want to ask for a help rebuilding We're used to having neighbors help us out We don't know that you all everybody else should be doing this The president says that's not the way it works We're staying until everybody's back to where they were No matter what it takes We'll do it We'll do it And there's not legal We'll figure out how to change the Sagar Meghani Washington

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US pledges $1 billion more rockets, other arms for Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 d ago

US pledges $1 billion more rockets, other arms for Ukraine

"The U.S. is pledging a massive new arm shipment to Ukraine as analysts warned Russia's gearing up to stop a Ukrainian counter offensive in the south It's a $1 billion worth of rockets ammunition and other arms under what's called presidential drawdown authority coming straight from Pentagon arms stalks This is the largest single drawdown of U.S. arms and equipment utilizing this authority to date Pentagon policy chief Colin hall says the new shipment will give you craniums more of what they've been using so effectively and trying to stop Russian forces from seizing more ground The latest aid brings the U.S. total to roughly $9 billion since the invasion began more than 6 months ago Sagar Meghani Washington

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Former coal town comes together in face of Kentucky floods

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 d ago

Former coal town comes together in face of Kentucky floods

"A former coal town in eastern Kentucky comes together to face the deadly flooding last month that left so many there devastated Jeff Hawkins who lives in Fleming neon helps clean up the mounds of mud Folks here are they persevere They are resilient They have grit But they lost so much Now mayor Susan polis laments that loss You have to keep moving And sometimes it's hard But JR Collins was able to reopen his barbershop The day after when there were shovels and squeegees and water and people packing and kids open and that's one of the reasons I'm open And that buoys the mayor Managed to do to come this far and we hope that we'll just it'll just be better I'm Julie Walker

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Biden leaves White House for the first time since getting COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 d ago

Biden leaves White House for the first time since getting COVID-19

"President Biden and his most recent COVID quarantine leaving The White House Sunday for the first time since becoming infected with the coronavirus last month Reporters yelled questions as Biden made his way to board marine one He said I'm feeling good The president was on his way to join First Lady Jill Biden at Rehoboth beach in his home state of Delaware Biden's doctor says the 79 year old tested negative for two straight days in a row and continues to feel well The president who is fully vaccinated and boosted had a rare rebound case of COVID after taking the antiviral packs livid Biden is scheduled to travel to flood ravaged eastern Kentucky Monday Meanwhile Johns Hopkins reports almost a 115,000 new

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Demand for grocery delivery cools as food costs rise

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 d ago

Demand for grocery delivery cools as food costs rise

"Demand for grocery delivery cools as food costs rise Just like everything else the cost to have groceries delivered has gone up Consulting firm chase design says it's hard to get the delivery premium below $10 due to fuel and labor costs as the pandemic eased some shoppers turned to less expensive grocery pickup while others returned to the store Experts say grocery delivery saw 5 years of growth in the first three months of the pandemic In fact in June of 2020 grocery delivery was a $3.4 billion business but by June of this year that was down 26% I'm Shelley Adler

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Musk says Twitter deal could move ahead with 'bot' info

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 3 d ago

Musk says Twitter deal could move ahead with 'bot' info

"Elon Musk says his Twitter takeover could move ahead with additional spam information Elon Musk says his plan $44 billion takeover of Twitter should move forward if the company can confirm some details about how it measures whether a user accounts are spam bots or real people The billionaire and Tesla CEO has been trying to back out of his April agreement to buy the social media company that led Twitter to sue him last month to complete the acquisition Musk then countersued accusing Twitter of misleading his team about the two sides of its user base and other problems he said amounted to fraud and breach of contract both sides are headed toward an October trial in a Delaware court I'm Shelley Adler

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Harnessing the Return of 2016 MAGA Energy

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:02 min | 4 d ago

Harnessing the Return of 2016 MAGA Energy

"Want to start with where we're at. Carrie Lake has won the Arizona primary for governor. Maga candidates across the country are winning their primaries. This Republican Party is a grassroots party, ready to fight, ready to govern, ready to improve people's lives, ready to put their citizens first, but the pressure is now going to be on. And as we warned early in the week, the midterm elections are all but a certain thing. Democrats are adjusting. Democrats are going to outspend us, they control the media. They control social media, they control our election system, and they are going to be willing to cut corners at every single turn to try to get their preferred candidates across the finish line. The generic ballot is tightening, the generic congressional vote, according to Rasmussen reports, Republicans only lead by three points. Whereas a couple months ago, Republicans led by 15 points. We're seeing one race in particular that we endorsed in Washington, Joe Kent is only down by 1.8 points with lots of ballots still to be counted. Again, Kerry Lake Blake masters, all one in Arizona. However, as we look towards the midterms, Republicans only have a .1 lead if you average all of the generic ballot polls, a .1 point lead barely taking back the House of Representatives. Barely. And the U.S. Senate is a complete coin toss. It shouldn't be that way with inflation open borders, CRT woke as an anti americanism, war on American energy, it should be a complete blowout. Now some of these polls might be suppression polls and misrepresentations. You can usually add 5 or 6 to all these polls that's usually a good rule of thumb. But make no mistake. Democrats, they know they're going to lose, but their strategy right now is a very smart one. That's right. I'm saying the Democrats are using a smart strategy. They're basically saying we want to lose less. They know that midterms can be very hard. Joe Biden is deeply unpopular and Republicans will be outspent. At every corner. Now

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David Goldman: China Is the Most Formidable Strategic Competitor

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:07 min | 4 d ago

David Goldman: China Is the Most Formidable Strategic Competitor

"David, I want to play to you a couple of video clips from the man who sadly bears the title of commander in chief first was from the campaign for election and then the second one is from actually the Oval Office. So this is Biden before he was president. China is going to eat our lunch, come on, man. They can't even figure out how to deal with the fact that they have this great division between the China Sea and the mountains in the east. I mean, in the west, they can't figure out how they're going to deal with the corruption that exists within the system. They're not bad folks, folks. But guess what? They're not competition for us. Not bad folks not a competition, then I guess he was mugged by reality and this is what he had to say a few months later. Our last night, I was, I was on the phone for two straight hours with Xi Jinping. And you all know as well as I do. These folks, and it was a good conversation I know him well. We spent a lot of time together over the years. I was vice president. And but, you know, they're going to get moving, look at these lunch. Not competition, or they're going to eat our lunch. You're the expert you've literally lit a written the book. Which is it? Tell us China is a competitor or somebody who's going to take it all away from us, David. Well, China is the most formidable strategic competitor. The United States has ever had. And it's ascendance to a place of dominance in the world where bankers poor, less secure and generally quite miserable. So I'm against it. The thing to remember is that 40 years ago, excuse me. The average Chinese was making $200 a year in U.S. terms. Now it's closer to $20,000 a year. No other country has brought so many people up the income scale so fast.

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Exposing an FBI Bombshell With Congressman Jim Jordan

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 4 d ago

Exposing an FBI Bombshell With Congressman Jim Jordan

"One of the best arguments for us to take back the house is to make sure Jim Jordan is in a position of leadership. Congressman Jordan, welcome back to the program. Good to be with you, Charlie and thanks for thanks for all you're doing for the cause of freedom. We appreciate it. Thank you. Well, you're fighting every single day. So congressman walk us through this new whistleblower. Seems like there's a lot of whistleblowers right now at the FBI and it's kind of it's hard to keep them all straight. Walk us through the one that you're kind of focused on right now that reveals scandalous push by FBI to pad domestic teradata. Please go ahead. Yeah, yeah. Your first point there, we've had over a dozen FBI agents come to us as whistleblowers. And think about it. They're coming to us when we're in the minority where we can't subpoena documents. They're just coming to us because it's so bad, the political nature of that place now is so, so egregious that they're willing to come to us just so we can begin to tell their story and tell the truth to the American people. And we had one come to us in the last few weeks who said that they are being pressured to label almost every case. The catalog or categorize almost every case as a domestic terrorism case as it didn't do it. Domestic violence extremism, I think, is the technical term they use. And you remember, they created this office within DoJ back as the start of this year. They stood it up a few months ago. And now they're being pressured to do it. And kind of the interesting thing about it is they said one of the key people who was doing the pressuring on the good rank and file agents is this guy named Timothy T bolt, who just happens to be the same guy who the other whistleblower, a different whistleblower who went to senator grassley, said was the individual who was responsible for suppressing evidence about the Hunter Biden story. So first thing evidence that would have disproved the whole disinformation campaign that we got from the left in the run up to the 2020 presidential election. So that's how political displace has become and it's why we're trying to tell the story and as you point out, hopefully if we get in the majority, we can do a little more about it.

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Employers added a whopping 528,000 jobs last month. So why does the economy still feel off?

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 4 d ago

Employers added a whopping 528,000 jobs last month. So why does the economy still feel off?

"American employers added a stunning number of jobs last month despite raging inflation and recession fears 528,000 jobs Here at The White House President Biden is celebrating and many economists are surprised after employers added more than double the jobs predicted It was the best hiring month since February The economy has now recovered all 22 million jobs lost in the pandemic's early days and the unemployment rate is down to three and a half percent matching a more than 50 year low For now Wells Fargo senior economist Sarah House says one debate is over The recession clocks hasn't started taking yet The economy did contract in two straight quarters a common but informal definition of a recession Some economists say what the Federal Reserve likely to keep boosting interest rates in a bid to ease inflation a recession may be coming At

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"months" Discussed on PM Mood

PM Mood

04:30 min | 11 months ago

"months" Discussed on PM Mood

"Afford this. I'm i can't afford the payback. And then you get looped into low paying jobs just so that you can pay the minimum of your student. Loan debt back. This cycle is so vicious. And it's so strategic because is purposeful for capitalism to work. You've got to have people that are consistently on the bottom. So there's no incentive to change anything and it's the greed of the one percent that is driving all of this with support both fucking parties. Because the only difference. I see when we talk about capitalism when we talk about investment frankly between republicans and democrats is a slogans that they use democrats. Want to say oh. Let's tax the rich and let's offer this that and the thing no one good god damn well. They don't have the numbers to even be able to bring up something like that for a boat because too many of them are receiving funds from the fucking rich. So are you gonna cut off your nose to spite your face. Are you going to bite the hand that feeds you know. You're not but you see. We.

"months" Discussed on PM Mood

PM Mood

05:13 min | 11 months ago

"months" Discussed on PM Mood

"Met when you know where your next meal is coming from when you have clothing. That doesn't have holes in it right that you have like transportation or the access to transportation to get to work right that your rent is paid that your utilities are paid right that your kids are taking care of that you have health care you see when you you start to check all of those boxes that then provide you with a certain level of privilege and regardless of whether or not you look at me and say well i'm black and i'm queer and i'm a woman so there are a lot of things that are against me sure but economically. I have never known what it's like to have to juggle between paying one bill and not paying another. I've never had to wonder about where. I was going to sleep. Or if i was going to be able to pay rent right i have never had that challenge. And so when thinking about this gentleman and him having been in this company for fifteen years making seven dollars and twenty five cents an hour where they have raised the minimum wage. Right in parts of cali- in california to fourteen dollars. What you think about that folks. Think about how much right because code. Ed how much the cost of things has increased right. The other day was home on long island with my family. And because i don't have a car. I don't ever pay attention to gas prices and i'm driving around in my mother's car and i'm like passing gas stations and i look up and i'm like holy shit gases three nineteen. That seems really fucking expensive right but again. These are things that i don't have to think about and so i-.

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"months" Discussed on Advanced Selling Podcast

Advanced Selling Podcast

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"months" Discussed on Advanced Selling Podcast

"You really discipline with your productivity. I promise you'll create great space in your calendar when we go through that exercise october. That'd be worth it just that that month. I'm telling you that's a good one. Okay november can i. I'm sorry We're going to talk about december which is about the planning process. But i think one of the things that helps me a lot and some of my clients and other people i know is when you have your one year plan in front of you and you're getting ready to plan your day and i know you'd say well you go from one year to ninety day to one month or one week to one day. That's too much for me. My brain doesn't work like that but at some point i have to look at my day and say what i have planned for. My day is at helping me get to my annual goal. It's really kind of the the rubber hitting the road thing. So one thing that we're going to do later do planning but that might be something you can do right now as you plan your day. Have a reference document whether it's your thirty day plan or ninety or whatever ten year plan and make sure that you are making progress because sometimes we start to plant do things during the day that have no bearing at all on our long-term goals. So i'm all for long-term goals but at some point it gets down to. What am i going to do this hour this afternoon this day. And if you can plan that out and be really tight with that. You're going to finish the day. Saying i made progress on my goals rather than god. What the hell did i do. Watch youtube all listen to the advanced selling pot all day. Long some of you. Do you know this right. Come on now Was there and i'll tell you one thing on that l. Just going to give you one of these things on burning so do any of you suffer from internal mandatory meetings like yet too much like yeah wave your aunt..

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"months" Discussed on How I Built It

How I Built It

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"months" Discussed on How I Built It

"It's a solo episode today to round out the first half of twenty twenty one. I can't believe we are already halfway a little more than halfway. I guess now through twenty twenty one. But i generally take a monthlong break for the last two weeks of june and the first two weeks of july. So this'll be the last episode for about a month and when we come back. I'll be all refreshed so you can use that time to catch up on. Old episodes may be joined. The club and listen to the bonus episodes because members will still get their quarterly special at the end of this month and i'll be live streaming and things like that but this'll be the last episode for a couple of weeks a few weeks And so i wanted to do a check in now before we get to that check and i should tell you. Today's episode is brought to you by text expanded restrict condom pro and the events calendar. You'll hear about them a little later. So so a while back when i first launched this membership in january actually I published an episode about my failed peachy on experiment and why that didn't work all the reasons. I thought that didn't work. A link in the show notes over at how a built dot it slash two four. So i've got six months under my belt. And and i think i'm a pretty good groove for the membership and i'm thinking about ways to grow and things like that. I want to do a quick check in. So we'll talk here about a few things starting with the launch and how it went so I did this kind of rushed and to be honest. I i at this point. I can't remember why if it was just that i wanted to launch at the beginning of the year. I think it was that i was starting to do. Bonus episodes and i knew if i didn't start releasing them fall behind like actually do have a few bonus conversations i haven't released yet and maybe that will be. Maybe they'll be another thing. I do for members over this break right to give them some extra content You know i have a conversation with david. Sparkes about star wars and An a couple of other kind of side conversations. Actually i basically recorded an entire full episode as a bonus with brian. Cross guard about gear. And we got to catch up with that. So you know those will be things. I can release to the membership. But i did it kind of quickly. Oh you know. I i remember why now It's because i publicly mentioned it on a couple of other podcasts. That i was going to be on as well as i think. One of these episodes so i kind of publicly committed to launch date of sometime in early january and i started preparing for that and so i wanted to get the memberships launched before that episode went live because my call to action to check out the membership and i didn't want there to be nothing to check out So the way. I the way i did. It was i kind of bolted. It on to the current how built it website using restrict content pro their sponsor. You'll hear about them a little later Using restrict content pro as well as the private feeds from casto's and as a member. You'll you'll be able to see a. I'm working on like a walk through video for members of the website. And kind of how. I put it altogether but i used research content pro- There's another plug in uncanny. Automated that add some Some automation aspects to restrict content pro. 'cause our c. p. does not have their immigration yet and zappia integration is kind of the lynch pin of everything So when someone becomes a member. I use uncanny automated to send that request to send information to a web hook essentially With the name and email address and from there they get access to a private feed on casto's which can then revoke if they ever churned the they get and then they also get an invite to the circle community. And i'll talk about the community and a little bit but i did it pretty quickly like a weekend and the first iteration like the first automation didn't work and actually a couple of people did sign up on that first day. Shutout kate in amber members builders kate amber thanks so much for supporting the show And the membership from the very beginning And so aside from you know a couple of little hiccups here and there that really. I rolled this out over weekend. So i shot a first of all shot to wordpress dog them a lot. A dog the the platform sometimes And some of the decisions over on wbz review. But i wouldn't be where. I am today without wordpress and i say that a lot too. So shut up toward pressing shirt content pro for making the super easy shot to the casto's team For a rolling up private feeds because of that made one aspect of this a lot easier. I don't know if owed have been able to use their shirts content pro. Or i certainly wouldn't have been able to do it as cleanly as i am today so You know shout out to them for making the launch easier and so once i launched. I was kind of promoting. It mentioned it here and they're tweeting about it But i wanted so first of all. I wanted to make sure first of all that i can kind of do organically And so i guess let's actually before we get into growing kind of what i'm doing to grow the audience. Let's take our first.

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"months" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"months" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

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"months" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"months" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

"Welcome back to the twelve months of thrift ing challenge. I'm dina i'm shannon this month. Prompt is one of my all time. Favorites wall art. Is this one of your favorites to shannon it. Is i love this one. You never know what you're gonna find out their thrift ing wall. Art is a true thrift adventure. Would you agree a hundred percent always when i was preparing for this episode. I was looking around my house and nearly all of my artwork has come from goodwill. You're the best person the spot good artwork at goodwill you find me more than i find myself for sure. I think that i forget to like really look at it. I think sometimes it looks okay at the store but not good enough to calm but then when you get it home. It's like a different environment and it changes your perspective. Like i feel like you're really good at knowing where something could fit in your house where i don't think i have that expertise That's interesting thrifty. Wall art adds so much character to your home. I really enjoy the thrill of hunting for the perfect peace for my home and if wall. Art is not one of your go-to departments when you're thrift. Ding now is the perfect time to start. Including it into your thrift rounds. It is definitely one of the that i go every time i'm at the store. It's such an easy department to browse you know. We talked about several other departments. That you can kind of knock out and five minutes or so and wall. Art is definitely one of those their you. They're usually not huge areas at thrift. Stores the only annoying part is like when they have them in big huge boxes and you have to move the big heavy ones. That's not my favorite part but for the most part they're usually just kind of propped up against the wall and you can pretty much see everything so it's a great way to ease into thrift ing and it's one that you can quickly browse when you don't have a lot of time like you always find nice big while our information for the most part. I find like kind of things which you have to like. Move everything around a little bit. It's definitely a treasure hunt but it just depends on what store. You're at If you have to move look behind different things. People have moved things around or whatever. But it's definitely worth the time like literally five minutes and you could find something truly beautiful. Yeah and i think if you are being intentional about art maybe you're redecorating. Or you're trying to fill space in your house or something like that. Make sure to add this department to your thrift. Route every time and at thrift store. Because that's how you're really gonna find the good stuff so we're gonna talk about some of our favorite tips on how to find the best while art where to find it how to be prepared all of that stuff but before we get started. Do you have any favorite pieces that you thrift it. Does it have to be walmart from thrift store. Where else would it be from. My favorite piece i ever found was sitting in front of a trash can..

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"months" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"months" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

"Ugly plastic planter that came with it jahromi remarks and it's like this ugly black plastic planter yawn. I'll do is. I'll put it inside like a nice basket as is i won't even take the plant out. Take adder out elvis. Use it like a vase. Yeah that's not good. Oh really yeah so okay. It is for a while but when water it take it out water it and put it back in one scene for the plant. It's not good so like so like when you get these things that are that are planted in like say you get a six inch pot of pathos or whatever so if you look at it for the most part. They're already like out. They've already pretty much outgrown their their little pop there in the they have tons of roots and the roots are like. I wanna go somewhere else like i need. I need to stretch out so usually when you buy like six inch you bring it home and you put in eight inch with some new dirt Like you don't have to a lot of times you can totally go for. I don't know sorry. I'm going so plant on your right now but like you can. You can go for like i don't know six months or a year and then you have to replant it like by a year. Most people most crazy people like me re repot like once a year and there might there might be some people out there that say notion in your full of it and that's fine. That's just like what i do. And where i'm at and like you gotta pull out kind of look at the roots and see what's going on see if the if it's over rooted if there's lots of roots at the bottom you definitely have to put it in a new and new pie. That's actually a really good point. Yappy as you've yelled at me before and said get this poor baby at ear and let me re-pot this for you and i'm like yes i have..

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"months" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"months" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

"Them at the store i was there today. I stopped in for just like ten minutes and they must have restocked because there were tons of planters had pink ones and purple ones and terra. Cotta ones all sorts of stuff. Nice was that like New goods no they were they were in the kind of youth section but a lot of them were still kind of brand new like they were secondhand but new sometimes i wonder if they like hold them till spring because they know people get spring fever and wanna grab. I wanna pay you know. Get him cheap but at the same time if they let him go all the way down until like say it's wintertime and they're just sitting there and people get to cheap. I wonder if they hold them and then set them out like right now. I'm gonna pay five dollars that weight and pay one dollars. Do you know what i'm saying. Yeah yeah that's cleared a good point. I wonder if they do kind of hold on to hold onto them until they can put out like a decent sized collection. Yeah yeah so. Today we thought we would share some tips on how to find planters. I feel like for some newbie. Drifters planters are not like the first thing that comes to mind when you think of a thrift store you just you know go to a regular store I had some people that were kind of surprised like really the go to goodwill for that so. I'm excited to talk about some tips. Here's some of your pro tips for planting and planters and we can talk about some fun repurposing ideas as well y- like i don't know how pro this is going to be because there's some people that follow us. That really know a lot about plants. So i would say i'm a novice. Isn't that the right word. That's a little. I know a little. I know enough to get in trouble but definitely you want to go to the thrift store. Because they're not cheap at retail. I know we say that pretty much. That could be like our tagline on this show. it's not cheap real retail. I find all these really cute things at target. And i have to hold myself back all the time because i'm like oh my gosh..

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"months" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"months" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

"It's all happening. Googling it because i'm so annoyed. Right now fertilizer fertilize yet. Get to fertilizing your plants. So i can harvest them there. We go there. Replay last year. My neighbor saw all of them. She was like or having a baby shower. Can i have some hydrangea. And it's like yeah saying she kept coming over and cut them. I don't care that's nice of you. yeah. I'm a nice person while next month. Our prompt is mugs slash glassware. Another one of my favorites. Yeah that's so easy. Oh man. I think in honor of march i'm gonna do. I'm gonna bring back thrift mother the day. Ooh that's fun yeah. Let's do it haven't done that in a long time so you need to. You need to use all those mugs yet. And i want everybody to share your thrift mug of the day with me to see. Yes okay. I look i wanna be jealous and see all the cool ones you guys have. We're gonna have a special guest next month right. Yeah tom who it is yes jualita. On of our good friends. She has started a new business called picnics for all seasons and she is the master of finding the perfect thrift items to make a beautiful picnic no matter what season it is the stuff that she's been putting out. This winner is gorgeous. What a great idea especially for ohio. Nobody's doing that in ohio right. It is just magical the stuff that she posts literally as mexico and. It's so funny. Because i remember looking at some of her posts she. This isn't something she just decided like. She's going to start doing something she's always done. And then like her friends and family like you need to create a business because you are so good at this and so she started to slowly like get her. Get like everything together You find her on instagram at picnics. for all seasons. We're having her on because she is going to talk about being able to make a magical moment out of repurpose things from the thrift store and knowing that you can go and have so much fun in a different location. Because we know that like. We're all stuck right now at home but you can go to the park. You can be outside with your family and friends and it's safe and it's fun. Can i bow kerr. Yeah okay. i'll tell us all about it. Don't you worry i'm excited. Yeah that's perfect for mugs and glassware. I'm sure she uses much more than that but we wanted to bring her in and have that kind of be the focal plane. So i cannot wait. No i'm so excited as always share your twelve months with us. Share your faces with us tag us. We would love to see what you find..

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"months" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"months" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

"I don't know let me. Just let me see what i find in these in like those katie dishes for so cheap because people are so over that stuff so many candy dishes shannon just like my brain is like. Where are you going to put these. I'm like trying to figure it out. Oh you should put them. Because i worry about them being outside like what if they tip over. I'm worried more about them cracking because remember that cute little mushroom i buy at last year or in has like orange around it like the orange. Pink cracked off in. Because i left it outside for the winner. I know where you should put it. Where in your fireplace your non-functioning wally. I dunno friend like brian. it's u. S cute though. Brian can like it. Okay i think don't you think Mushroom sir starting to be mainstream. So much keying mushroom jewelry and hats everywhere. Yeah like what. Are they listening to our podcasts. Taking her rusher. Like mushrooms are the new rainbows. They're so cute. Did we called it. We call you. Did the same thing with rainbows. A year ago unicorns are out. Rainbows are in. And i was right. Yeah you were happened. Real quick we talk a lot about shopping. let's take a moment to talk about donating. Here's some quick tips to remember when donating your items to any thrift store washer items or make sure that they're clean rubberband shoes together so that they don't get separated and then separate clothing from household items. I finally cleaned out my basement and took a bunch of vintage to the goodwill akron donation. Drive up when you donate at the retail store drive up you have the option to either place it in the designated bins yourself for contact leaves drop off or you can ask the donation attendant for assistance next drive or walk up to the qr code sign and scanty. Get your donation receipt. You can also access the donation link directly from the goodwill akron website. Find a donation drop-off near you by going goodwill akron.

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"months" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"months" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

"Anyone who needs to temporarily stage home. Yeah or maybe even if like for older kids. If you're working on some type of project can you need to put stuff in jars or vases Totally work too. I love the idea of interior designers and realtors because they're staging homes all the time and i right. I've seen this before with interior designers. Were they're bringing their own flowers for photo shoots or something and on my gosh. What a way to stock up on a little collection you could have all sorts of colors and shapes and sizes for all the different homes. You're you're designing so smart especially not to like keep having to go buy it over and over again. Because i'm sure that they have like classic pieces that they can. They will work in like any home right. Those are those are fun ideas. Yeah florus for sure or like florist who do workshops. Both of us have been garden. Centers and flower workshops and have people pick from an assortment really cool drifted vases. Yeah that's a great idea. All right so we know that you can fill your vases with flowers but you can fill them with anything. There are so many different type of vase fillers that you can use year round. I like to fill mine with ornaments around the holidays. I've seen people do fruit. You could do scented fillers. You could make terrariums with succulents. You could have a cute little small vase on your desk and fill it with markers or pens. I mean anything you want to fill it with. You can just think of it as like a cop. Yeah the first time. I saw a vase filled with ornaments. I lost my mind. It's just a cute is classiest thing and it's so simple it doesn't seem like it should book as nice as it does. Yeah yeah or you could do like ray again rainbow ornaments like if you not necessarily rainbow but like if you had like a bunch of clear vases and you could do look is all pay inc one is all blue ornaments. Ones all purple. How cute is that. Yeah that's adorable. What a great idea. And of course you can. Diy with your vases there. Dozens of creative ways use vases. You can paint them wrapped them up in yarn use. Washy take create designs. turn them into a chalkboard. Hey them on the wall to create a floating vase. I love the chalkboard idea because you could like right. The person's name on it that you're giving it to. Isn't that cute. I love that shannon. Didn't we do this did we. Listen i ha- member on vine. Yeah okay in my old apartment and we. There's a video of us thirty spray painting vases that we may use like the chocolate chalkboard spray paint. No we that was mason jars as a separate okay. Then it was the same phase. Because i have listened. I swear i'm gonna go back in form you lived at that house. You were diy queen. That's when i found myself. I honestly was the best years of my life but anyway i have we i..

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"months" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"months" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

"Focused on drifting storage solutions for our homes and this month were fifty. Vases you know how. I feel about vases So fun. they're so easy to. They're so easy to find what i thought was like do even have enough to talk about and then the more thought about it like we do yet are so much. Gosh so i think the first thing we would say is why through vases because you think about it and i guess it's like one of those things that we always thrift but we don't realize that we are recycling basis was one of the sustainable things that you can do for your home. Places like goodwill akron can carry a huge variety of vases in all shapes colors sizes textures. Whatever your style is. I'm sure you'll find it. Yeah it is kind of like storage solutions in a way where you're like i don't really think about it. I don't feel like that excited when i buy vases like the average person right. There's a lot to cover. There are a lot of fun ideas fun options and like to your point. About why thrift. Vases i feel like vases. Or one of those things relate if we could stop producing them new. I think we'll be fine till the end of time. A hundred percent agree the first thing. I thought this whole thing should be called is how to save you ten dollars i mean oh my god anytime. You walk into a thrift store. You can find a vase and there are a lot of things that we talk about on the podcast room like thrift store staple right like you can go and you'll almost always find a denim jacket right but this is one of those things where i'm like. No no for real for real. You find vase no question. Maybe find a denim jacket but it might not be in your size but you will find vase. There's so much yes so many cool looking one small ones big ones like anything that you like. See on your pinchers board. You're gonna find it at the thrift store so if you're thinking that we only vases for flowers you're in for tree..

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"months" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"months" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

"This episode is sponsored by goodwill industries of akron the official partner of the twelve months of thrift challenge goodwill akron. Has thirteen retail. Stores a boutique at an outlet. One of my favorite stories is the goodwill in kent ohio..

"months" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"months" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"Know this already. I'm sure because the news is pretty much everywhere but the virus is spiking pretty much everywhere and hearing the actual numbers is kind of staggering according to the covid tracking project that's from the atlantic. There were more than one hundred and thirty thousand new cases of the disease yesterday. It's been a week now of more than one hundred thousand a day then almost sixty two thousand new. Kobe hospitalizations just yesterday. As marketplace's eric bears reports that has created a supply chain problem. Not enough for deeply overwork. Caregivers in the healthcare supply chain back in the spring when covid nineteen hospitalizations were surging and a handful of cities medical personnel from across the country packed up and travel to hot spots to help but now as cases surged to all-time highs in many states. The problem is the country. Itself is almost one big hotspot. That's dave dillon. With the missouri hospital association in missouri. Hospital beds are almost all in. Our biggest issue currently is staffing. We have bed capacity but bedroom only as good as your ability to put <hes>. the staffing resource beside them. Some hospitals are short staffed because their own people are sick or quarantining or in some places. There just wasn't enough staff to begin with says. Cynthia cox with the kaiser family foundation. That's particularly acute in rural areas. Where it's just harder to attract the workforce that hospitals need university of iowa epidemiologist. Christine says in her state role. Hospitals are sending patients to the already strapped larger hospitals so kobe care at those facilities is partly provided by people who are trained for other things. <hes> you know not specialist in these areas of pulmonary care or infectious diseases. Getting reassigned worries. Lisa ford she's a nurse at the hospital system affiliated with washington university in st. louis like many of her colleagues. She has a child at home. Who she's helping with remote learning. I feel like people are just. They're tired. they're worn down. It just feels relentless it feels never ending <hes>. I it's it's frustrating.

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"months" Discussed on Shayne and I Show

Shayne and I Show

07:39 min | 2 years ago

"months" Discussed on Shayne and I Show

"I think I think in Most states probably but but I mean good for him. It's never too late to make a right and like run as a write-in candidate, right? Because I think we're Sandbar did that a few years ago or religious for governor, California? I don't know. I don't wasn't. You know what she was actually on a ballot. I think. Yeah. I don't know if it was for president or if it was for I think was for president wage. Yeah, and and her thing was the only real comedian running for president, right? That was her like campaigns like yeah. Yeah. I remember that. I thought it was for governor. I think she may Governor kids. I mean, mean that respect when I not run 4 guns that was back when I was running for governor Rhodes and it was somebody else there was like always actors and a pornstar somewhere in their lives. There was a pornstar room off. Yeah, why not? Well, I mean they're actors too. Yeah. So Kanye going crazy. He tweeted did you see all the stuff? He tweeted know you don't go on Twitter? I don't know Twitter. I don't feed it. All this stuff about his wife like he tweeted he tweeted about home movie get out with about him. Oh my God, this guy. Just fucking guy got Kanye Kanye. Give I don't have I just like, you know every now it's going to get better. Right? Yeah, cuz cuz cuz a couple of about four or five days ago the beams. The beads beaver beaver the beaver. All right goes to Wyoming cuz Kanye has been in Wyoming mountains. Yeah meeting all this crazy stuff and doing all this crazy stuff like you went to the hospital and then he came out of the hospital. You went to the hospital on his four-wheeler. Some always had. Let me tell you something if you're going to go somewhere to be batshit-crazy Wyoming with without having to do harm to other people go to the middle of nowhere in Wyoming. Yeah, right Big Ass Ranch. Yeah. Just going crazy. Yeah. I mean, I think he's going crazy. I don't know what other people think that's what I like. And I mean at least at least he's like he picked he picked the right spot to do it. Yeah, so Bieber and Chappell going to see him but it would be birth that got him to apologize to his wife for all the stuff that he said. Yeah about his wife. I don't care how great you think are. You don't fucking trash talk your wife on Twitter. Yeah. Yeah. There's a girl. Will be earlier must get into. Who the guy the Tesla guy? Oh, he'll on musk Elon. Yeah Elliot heat rash. His wife on I think Twitter or Joe Rogan one of the two. I can't remember if you'd like and his wife was just like dude. I've done. Yeah, for real. Yeah, but old Kim is standing by her man. Well, you know good for him good for her what but you know, I'm Kim is used to the whole fucked-up family Dynamic, right? No, not that I'm judging right? Not that I'm judging right but you know, she's used to fucked-up family Dynamic public garage and you met her family. I mean, yeah Dad's no longer your dad technically mean. What do you call? What do you what what do you call wrong with that still be bad parents parent? I still the person that raised you right that's all a whole other that's a whole other thing there and I don't really know. So, yeah, it's kind of an interesting. It's kind of an interesting deal with him. I wonder if you like he actually had presidential campaigns like he had didn't campaign speeches. Did he really? Yeah yelled Rally's did he really young like two of them in Wyoming? Yeah. No. No, neither one of them. I can't remember where they were when he talked about some he talked about the whole thing that got the Twitter thing started with that. He talked about all this personal stuff that happened in his life and about Kim and all this other stuff happened in life nine for the whole that's when all the Twitter rains happen and everybody was like the economy is going crazy. Yeah, I don't care who you are. Don't fucking air your grievances on Twitter. Yeah. That's another reason why Twitter is an email thing. Yeah, and I'm really like Twitter. I don't like getting canceled like any of that bucket like who you know what really confuses me about Twitter page. It's not. All right, what confuses me is not that people post shit on Twitter incessantly, it's not that people post. Should they shouldn't should post on Twitter or confuses me about Twitter is that millions or possibly billions of people regularly log in to see what these people have to say about 30 characters or less. Yeah. Like I've never understood the who the fuck wants to do that apparently everybody in America. Yeah. Okay. I mean there's some people that are there's I mean, it's just weird to me cuz there's like people that are good deals on Twitter, but they're not really big deals if you know what I mean, like they're big on Twitter like like like I am Who am I thinking of? Shaun King, I don't know who that is. Anyway, he's a big Twitter guy. Like he's he's tweets always get retweeted. And he's just Twitter famous. Yeah, who was like house like, I mean unless you're a fucking Haiku poet. How do you get Twitter famous between stuff that that people find find to be the truth or there or someone in the middle of their true thoughts and they can relate to it somehow. I mean I can see if it's if if what you do is you Tweet shit that makes angry people feel angrier. Yeah. Yeah, that's kind of old guy does okay and he's written a couple of bugs. He's like, I think he's like a political analyst or something. I don't know but if if he's a big deal on Twitter, he's not a political analyst. He's a fucking anger month. Yeah. He's either a haiku poet or an anger Monger e or or a short form comedian. Yeah, but see even comedians on Twitter. They're still funny. I sub. You know, they're not as funny as they think are right there. Some of them in are actually pretty good but that goes they did cuz there's like there's like Twitter famous, right? And then there's like YouTube famous where there's like a weird shit on YouTube, but you can be famous for our YouTube, right? There's like family YouTube frogs, you know what? I mean? I know I just tortured you and made you watch some of them but let me the Family Video the family Vlogs on YouTube or like the weirdest things in the world. It is just so strange to me that you would put a camera on your family and videotape your family Lego blog and your kids act like idiots. I mean, I feel like it's just something you do if you're okay. All right, I'm going to go on a rant here first, you know, if I offended me please forgive me, but if you think that your family were your kids act like idiots and you love each other or whatever. Oh and you know, you could be goofy in the same room that if you think your family is so fucking special that you should video tape it said video. Yeah, but that you should fucking record it and then post it on YouTube for all.

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"months" Discussed on The Road Home To You

The Road Home To You

07:16 min | 3 years ago

"months" Discussed on The Road Home To You

"Think you need some downtime your brain to just kind of be sort of empty for a little bit but I think I tend to empty my brain far too often and the thing that I would wanna do is I would wanNA keep podcasting because I'd want to continue to share God's love with everybody who would listen and I I think it's important to try to Assan whatever lessons whatever hard hard won lessons we've learned in this life from God you know we need to pass on to the people around and US yeah because you know those people that we are connected with in one way or another those lessons are going to have a greater impact because they're within the context of life and they can go you know what I shared life with this person I know what this was like for them so this lesson has weight and it has meaning right yeah Yeah Yeah I'd I'd WanNa keep podcasting for that reason that I'd WanNa keep 'em serving in church And and I would want to spend as much time I'm with family and friends as I possibly could and one of the things that I'd WanNa do is I would wanNA write letters to you to Evan and Tamale for all of the situations that might come up for all of the things in the future that I might not be there for you know molly walking down the aisle having her first child FM making the the hard scary the step of proposing to the woman that he loves you know when days are hard you know just just writing letters to to address those times like I'm not I might not be there with you physically but in there with you in my heart and in your heart yeah and see I don't think I could do letters I think I would probably just like canoe video like just have a camera and Tony Stark it Yup I love you three thousand but you know I mean that's that's the thing and that's one of the things that I love about recording is the fact that you know one of my favorite things that I have I've got two things from dad that means the world to me uh-huh and one is a letter that he wrote after he and I had gotten to a big argument about something and he wrote me said I'm not always the best dad but I always love you and then the other thing is his recording of his song man on cavalry which I've played in one of our previous episodes and to hear his voice and to hear his laugh those things means so much to me because there are times where I'm like like for whatever reason I'm feeling super sentimental about dowd right now and And I wish he was here and I know that you know one day I'll I'll get to see make it but I miss him in the here and the now and there are times where I'm like Gosh I wish I could just call him up on the phone and they're times when I'll hear somebody else laugh or even clear their throat and I swear it sounds just like my dad I mean it's weird how like throat clearing has a distinct sound for people but it does and and so this is all you know like really deep and heavy but I just uh-huh oh goodness yeah so so there's think what it comes down to is really like I I too would want to spend time reflecting and spend time in prayer and spend time just absorbing God's promises because I figure if you've only if you know that you've only got six months to live then that means that there's added Isaiah or Jeremiah One of those Old Testament Prophets just there's that repetitive be strong and courageous fear not take courage you know all of those kinds of exhortations to to us as believers and I would just want to rest in those and and find comfort and hope in those and then I would just want to tell everybody difficult as it may be yeah absolutely the importance of surrendering your life to God because really no matter where we are in life this life is just a blink of an eye and we need to be investing every moment of every day in our eternal future not just this here now because real future I think we're going to be a little bit better off and and that was one thing you know we've been also going through the the Dave Ramsey Z. financial peace thing and he's got all of this advice about saving for retirement and things and and that's all well and good.

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"months" Discussed on The Road Home To You

The Road Home To You

15:53 min | 3 years ago

"months" Discussed on The Road Home To You

"Thanks for joining us on the road home to you a podcast where we talk about what it means to be broken messy Christian and broken messy world we understand living the life of faith is hard to do and sometimes even hard to understand so let's talk about it grab a road trip snacks and a buddy buckle up and let ahead on down that long road home off aw hey friends welcome to the road home to you I am brand gable able it is so good to have you with us today it is hurry for today hurry for today indeed because it's a beautiful day it is a gorgeous fall day here in the Pacific northwest in all the all the colors turned yes and or are turning and it's sunny and chill but not not cold right yes it's that perfect sweater weather where you just want to have a sweatshirt or your scarf or something like that snuggle up in yeah that's perfect I love it it's really nice it's my favorite time of year do you know why why because it's my birthday time whole reason we have the month of October is to celebrate me right of course of course that's your mom might object to that my mom and my grandma and probably millions of other people hey whatever but it is it is definitely my favorite time of the year because I just I love the the crystal the crispness of the air and the colors and yeah it's love everything about the fall yeah it's I don't know it's always so sad too because in Oregon this time of year is always so very fleeting you know you just have the brief window where the weather is that kind of perfect fall weather in the the colors the leaves that doesn't last very long so so it's kind of when you get one of those perfect days you really want to savor it because you know it's not GonNa last and pretty soon it's just going to be the endless grey drizzle of enter the Pacific northwest that everyone knows and hates not everybody hates it but yeah it can get old it can usually by about March after endless days of rain well hey so Oh speaking of endless days of rain yes I'm sure that's a really great segue for what we're GonNa talk about today Okay I I don't I don't know how I don't know either but that's okay we're GONNA go with it because it's there now so so what we're GonNa talk about today is now that I'm Mike now that we're like sitting at the microphone and Mike this is a morbid question it is but it's also so very important in it's it's something even though it's morbid that we should be thinking about more often right and that question is if you only had six months to live love what would you do the idea to do this episode came from the fact that you and I are both starting lead genesis process groups at our church You're having your first meeting tonight I'm having my first meeting tomorrow morning we're both very excited about that but in the process we're going through the process to and because that's how genesis works and so as we are going to your homework one of the questions that came up is what are your current priorities like how do you spend the bulk of your time and it was kind of in regards to to the areas of entertainment and family and work in ministry and time with God that kind of thing and so you had to list out the way you are currently spending your time like what what are your priorities now this is what you would like them to be and then the follow up question is that if you if you had six months yeah but what would you do how would you live and and that was really poignant question because this is the second time I've gone through genesis and I think that the first time that I answered this question I'd have to go back and look but I think that the first time I went through through at like eight years ago I don't think I answered it as honestly maybe I think I was trying to be honest but I think I was still also trying to give the right answer do you know what I mean yeah and I was tempted to do that you know I was tempted to give this answer that would you know be oh I think they're looking for this or my answer ought to be this I think that's what it is like well my answer should be that this is how I been it's been all six months just like studying my Bible and dry near God detected and that's not really how I would spend my final six months it's no and and that certainly isn't how I'm spending my time now so it was it was a really interesting chance to kind of self reflect a little bit uh-huh So do you WanNa go first or should I go I I can go first if you want okay yeah you know I'm afraid my answer is not very inter- resting largely because the place I I did answer honestly which makes my answer less interesting I think strangely enough mostly because the financial place we're in I would still have to work if I was still capable of working I would still have to work for at least a good chunk of that six months you know just to continue to pay bills and things like that and I definitely have to continue making the life insurance payment you know yes you would but you know there's all the other things too that I'd have to keep up with so I'd have to keep working but it's what I would do with the leftover time you know I definitely wouldn't work any overtime you know I wouldn't set foot inside that building for one in it longer than I I had to I think and anytime after that would be I think I would drop everything else and I would just spend time with family and really try to connect with everybody that I cared about as much as I possibly could for the next six months as well as as well as some of that you know quiet reflection God connection time as well do you do you have it anything in your life where like you would 'cause you sometimes hear the the phrase like you know when you're on your deathbed like you're not going to regret the Times that your house wasn't clean or the hours you didn't work overtime or whatever do you think you would kind of reflect back and go man I wish I would have spent more time doing this thing instead of you know over time or or whatever I don't know the Times that I've spent working overtime it hasn't been because Oh wow I just really enjoy work and I WANNA stay here right yeah you're not a workaholic no so if I'm if I'm continuing to stay at work it's to pay bills yeah so you know sure I regret that stuff because I just as soon not have as many bills I regret that the irs players taxes right yeah well that's the yeah that's the least of our our business but anyway no you know I don't know I don't I don't think I really I I have regrets over some of the choices that I made earlier in life I made some poor choices here and there if I could do it over again yeah I would change those but for the most part like you know where I've spent my time and energy and effort day in and day out put I wouldn't change a thing because whenever I get a chance I'm spending time with the people that I love and I'm investing in them yeah well that's what it's all about so here's a question that you hadn't talked about like hey let's talk about this thing so this is putting you completely on the spot but what would you hope that people would say to you or say about you in a eulogy you know I I would hope that people would say that I did the best I could to love the people that were around me and that I also did the best I could to live my life with integrity and to to live out the things that I see that I believed and to live out the life that that God laid in front of me man outside of those you know if if there's if there's people if the people near me testify to the fact that that I love God and M was committed to him his word and doing the things that he wanted me to do you know that's that's all I need yes so for me this was kind of an interesting exercise because this weekend you know I spent with my mom and I just got back this morning and it was really interesting because this morning I had an opportunity to look through my dad's old Bible uh-huh and my dad has been gone now for twenty two or three years he died in in December of nineteen ninety seven and I can't do math so we'll let the audience figure that one out but you know it's it's been a long a long while since he's been around and so that this morning I was sitting at my mom's office and I was looking through Dad's Bible and it's it was neat to see you know his handwriting and his thoughts on what scripture was saying and and revelations that he was making and some of those things and and then I came across a letter that was all folded up and and muddy and kind of gross looking and it was a letter that I had written today ad two years after he died it was father's Day and I stuck it my mom and brother and I went to dad's graveside that father's Day and I stuck that letter all folded up down next to his headstone kind of in the ground and when we left my mom apparently grabbed that letter and stuck it in depth in Dad's Bible and so I was unfolding at this morning and it's like what in the world what is this and then I read it and it was me just commenting on life without dad and I was pregnant with Evan at the time was talking about that and how I was worried because our first pregnancy we had lost and in but I was also excited because because he had been such a good example of a dad and and he and mom together had been such good examples of parents and a married couple and stuff and then as I was going through his Bible some more I found an accounting that dad had written of the two weeks while his mom was in the hospital dying from complications due to diabetes and it was it was just this poignant retaliating I mean because it was all I mean there was some you know some personal narrative in there and some comments and and thoughts and feelings about it and staff and but it was also this kind of factual retelling of events but it was neat because there were moments where he's talking about his his mom he grew up my dad grew up Mormon is so you know as those mom is Mormon and so there were times when he just got to sit next to his mom and pray with her and pray over her and they became prayer buddies during that two weeks and he was talking about just spending that time with her and I remember that time super well 'cause this was shortly before we got married and I was there for that final week and I remember going in and out of grandma's room and I remember reading just a ton of you've of the Bible tour and praying over her while she was sleeping and just holding her hand and telling her how much Jesus loved her you know and all these things and and regretting the fact that I hadn't gotten to spend time with her and I hadn't really gotten to know her I never knew my grandma as a person like she was just she was always kind of in the background and we didn't spend a lot of time with my dad's side of the family and when we did she was just kind of a wallflower she just Kinda took care of food and and made sure that there was candy in the in the candy dish because that's what Graham I did in the eighties and and she I and I loved her I loved her very much and she loved us kids very much but there's regret that oh I didn't get a chance to really get to know her and so I'm reading this this accounting of my dad talking about the time that his mom died and and and here my dad has died also and and so it was just this lake home my gosh like it just hit me this morning really hard that we have no idea the impact that we have on people and we have no idea the time that we have left and as I was driving home to two and a half hour drive and I was praying and I was like God i Just WanNa live my time well I just to be useful with it and I said I was like God even if it's like even if the next two hours of are the last two hours of my life you know if I die on the way home I want to spend that two hours well and wisely and and all I could do for that two hours I just kind of intermittently cried and prayed Eden it's kind of all I could do because it was really emotional this morning and I clearly still emma kind of choking up and so as I I was as I was answering this question in our genesis book what I was thinking about is is kind of the same thing in terms of like I would drop everything thing that I could you know that was peripheral like the first thing I wrote down was I would put down the damn phone you know because my cellphone eats up so much stupid time I spend far too much time playing games and checking social media and listening to listening to podcasts but here's the thing I'm listening to podcasts that don't edify build me up they don't challenge me they don't encourage my fate they don't grow me as a person they just entertain me which not that entertainment is bad I think we need entertainment and I.

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