17 Burst results for "Mr. Reich"

"mr. reich" Discussed on Unsolicited Advice with Ashley and Taryne

Unsolicited Advice with Ashley and Taryne

05:30 min | 8 months ago

"mr. reich" Discussed on Unsolicited Advice with Ashley and Taryne

"We've talked about that. I think you will find the person that you're meant to be with. And they will love you for everything that you are. But i think what's the most important is your relationship with yourself and your body because it's very clear that you you view yourself as not enough or like not less than less than like not deserving of abc and. I don't wanna put myself out there. Because i'm bigger i don't wanna put myself which those are all things that are just showing that you don't have a healthy relationship with your body and how you've yourself so i think that needs to be the biggest focus and even like i think i shared this a couple of episodes ago but even like my therapist i was talking about. 'cause i struggle without two of like i. I miss out on so much. 'cause i'm so focused on what my body looks like. In that moment you know instead of being present in something. I'm like adjusting. Matiur or making sure like i'm at three angle or like my shorts or covering something or whatever it is and i'm so focused in on like what my body is in how it appears that i miss out on what's going on and so we talk so much about that and she said something that was so cool because she was like. It's not anyone else's job to love your body like that's your job. She's like i even though my arms or my insecurity their mind and i love them. I don't care if anyone else loves them. Like i love them. And that's the most important thing and we were talking about. How like confidence is actually like the center of everything and you see girls who are curvy and have these beautiful bodies now walk around and they know they're hot and they know that they like love themselves and not something. People want a piece of. You know what i mean. So i think it's goddess you've gotta stop comparing yourself to other people because you are the only version of yourself and so you've got to start looking into like what makes me unique and beautiful. And how do i learn to become obsessed like love myself so that i see it as opposite as like ooh i'll put myself out there but not all of you are worthy of getting my attention you know. Yeah exactly. I think it's one of those things where you have to realize if you can't find contentment and love for yourself and where you're at right now. It's it's it's almost hard to say it but it's like how can you expect someone else to love you if you can't love you and that's a recipe for uh later. It's just if i mean even if someone did come up and love you right now. Exactly where you're at like. Would you believe them Because as of right now. Like i don't i don't think so. It sounds like you have allowed these feelings. And thoughts to take control of you. So even if mr reich came over right now and started loving on you right now where you're at in this moment..

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"mr. reich" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:54 min | 9 months ago

"mr. reich" Discussed on 790 KABC

"That Lauren Savan for being assertive. Being an attorney who knows what he is? I'd say you knocked it out of the park. You sound very confident. Why are you using a baseball analogy? So that you you always use sports analogies? I'm trying to get on your level. Learn. You'll never be on my level. Oh, wow. And that's a good thing. Okay. But today you need to use an analogy like The gold record. I'm announcing. I see. Okay, Golden Mike Awards, you know award. You know what the Juno is? I have no idea. Okay, well, you're going to find out you are going to find out today because this Is really going to be a special day. It's our legend Series a couple months back. We had Bobby Hull. Remember Bobby Hull? You know you're looking at me. You know, I'm going through the file cabinet in my mind. Okay, well, We have someone today. A fellow Canadian who actually had more hits than has had more hits than Bobby Hull had goals. He's a hockey player, so we got the sports analogy in there, But I want to get right to this because it's an honor to have with us today. A musical legend. I've been very excited about this. I know you have, you know all the songs. He's a singer songwriter, actor all around good guy because we're going to talk a little bit about his recent 80th birthday and the video that was presented to him with some really amazing celebrities who said the nicest things his name. Everyone should want to have things said to them. Like Paul Anka did on his 80th birthday. He's from Canada. So I fellow Canadian happy to have him on board well known for so many songs. He's written over 900 songs, but you know, you might know Diana. Everyone knows Diana. It's It's like a seems so especially in Canada is a huge song. A lonely boy, Put your head on my shoulders. We had Anson Williams on the show Not too long ago. And when I think about that, I think about him singing as part C on happy days. Put your head on my shoulders did a great rendition And, of course, now the Tiktok version with Olivia Newton John, Have you seen that with Paul Anka? Sure. It is a great video. There's a whole new generation getting into Paul Anka. Yeah, especially when you have this tiktok and social media. He has great social media presence. His people are really incredible. He wrote The theme song I'd like to believe it's Paul doing his own social media. Well, we'll find out we are going to talk to him. We're not just going to talk about him, but you know the theme song for the Tonight Show. Um, And I think it was. Who was it? Was it? Alec Baldwin, who actually said on his 80th birthday video that that was the greatest song ever written in the world. Mhm. That's what he said. And and Jimmy Kimmel said, No, no, my way was the greatest song ever written by Paul Anka. So we'll talk a little bit about that. You know, he's had so many Unbelievable. Unbelievable. Uh, just accomplishments. And by the way, a Juno award is the Canadian Grammys. Ah, there we go. And I want to ask Paul because he's got this new album coming out, which is out now making memories, and it talks a lot about some reimagined songs, The new songs and reimagine songs that features Michael Blue Blais, one of My favorites, another Canadian Etienne, I knew that was coming. Andrea Bocelli. I wish he was Canadian. But he isn't and Olivia Newton John course and ill Devo. We all love Il Divo. Um, that's the album and we're going to talk about his tour sold out tour starting in New York in October. We'll talk about that. But what's most important, Paul and we're going to give you a chance to talk is that we think has been on Paul Paul Paul Andy Anka. Your father would be so so proud of you. Because you are on a legal show of all things. And didn't he want you to be a lawyer? Is that my Q It's your There you go. You're good Welcome. Well, I'd like to sit back another 15 minutes and just let you talk about. It's not a problem. I mean, he has pages and pages here. He could go through anyway. Officially height of both you, Alan, fellow Canadians going to be talking with you. Let me just get off pivot here. To you mentioned Bobby holds and they're doing a documentary on my life. We start in about a month, and I'm going through all the old pictures and I've got a picture of Gordie Howe. Bobby Hull and Wayne Gretzky, who came to see my show backstage. Wow, it over the box a second. Is that really true? They were to get together. All of them came to my show, and I've got a picture. Of all of us together. I looked at I said, Well, this is one rare special moment. Yeah, I've known Wayne, you know, forever Way back. From Canada, obviously, but they came less sure. I think it was New York in one of those places, and I have the photo When you mentioned it, I said, What a coincidence. I have never known anyone to have a photo of all three of them at one event together, that's something Yeah, well, you know, it's Canadians. We stick together and I've had. You know, I was up in Lake Tahoe, for instance, many years ago, and I got a call for the front desk. And as it Harrah's, and they said, Mr Reich, there's a hockey team in the lobby. Show your computing and it was the Montreal Canadians. Oh, wow, because before they hit LA they would warm up. You know, spend a couple of days in Tahoe and we had the whole team there. So you know, me and hockey. You know, practically I hope you comp to the Canadians when they were waiting to see your show. Comp them or talk to them Comped. Oh, yeah, We caught them. We got them in. Nice. Nice. You know, that's what you do to fellow Canadians. Yeah, and to your fellow man, you know? The whole hockey team. Yeah, yeah, the whole 20 to 24. I don't know what the other is A lot of cops, You know, it adds up. You know, you maintain your Canadian roots, which is really nice to hear, because obviously you've been in this country a long time, but going back way back in history. When you think about it, your parents you You lost your mom at a young age. She was very supportive of your singing career. And that must have been hard while your dad as a restaurant owner, maybe he didn't see a future in singing. Well, they saw no future in anything in music. You have to realize that pop music Back then was in its infancy stage..

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"mr. reich" Discussed on Joseyphina's World

Joseyphina's World

07:03 min | 10 months ago

"mr. reich" Discussed on Joseyphina's World

"To live with someone else and i had heard horror stories of how terrible life could be. Under such circumstances i was born lazy. My mother said it almost every day. And i believed her so becoming someone servant because i was a permanent guest was a no no for me. Just look at. My uncle's wife told me this was going to be a war zone but my uncle was nice. I had to secure myself in the house in the quickest possible time. I actively searched out some leverage to hold onto. When i soon realized my uncle was being nicer than usual. I knew i had a decision to make. I believe in keeping myself till the mr reich came along but my present situation demanded a paradigm shift. I had to use what. I had to get what i want. At the time. I needed security after playing hide and seek for awhile. I finally decided to ignore the tiny voice in my head and commit my first major sin. What actually instigated the move was my andy calling me a lazy good for nothing girl. Just because i hadn't washed the dishes. Well i was willing to go with the former insult. Although only my mother had the right to call me that but good for nothing. I had to prove her wrong. In one way. Or the other. And then i thought which better way was there than to take place on her matrimonial bed diabolical thought. I know but you don't expect a lazy girl to come up with anything more genius than that to you. So yeah that happened again and again and he came with its material benefits. Money and closed. Were no longer problem as intuitive as my andy was she suspected something was up complaints about my slothful attitude to house. Chores fell my uncle's deaf ears. She realized my wardrobe had changed. An uncle would admit he changed it without blinking. She knew she was in trouble and started threatening to throw me out. Thankfully it was almost time for me to go to the university. And i myself was counting the days to get out of the house. I was tired of playing hagar to this. Old abraham and sarah couple. I got admission to the university. And i was just showing appreciation to my uncle for all his support when my anti walked in on us the look on her face was priceless. And the look of shock and horror on. My dear uncle stays was beyond amusing. I just made out of the room in house with minimal damage to my body. Good riddance i had the whole world to explore. Oh what a new big pun. i found myself in. I was a small fish. But i needed to grow. Romance was for campus lovers. And i was way past that i needed to survive in the ones with the deep pockets. Where the married ones like my uncle. Thanks to the tutorial. I got back home. I knew just what to do to keep the cash flowing. And because i was a good daughter and sister at least i used to send them some money from time to time. It was my way of tiding. My college days were fun as i recalled it but my cup ran full when one of the angry wives track me down and made some lobsters to give me a good beating. I was lucky. I came out at allies. I had received some threatening calls and messages from her by didn't take it seriously. I thank god. She didn't resort to an acid attack. Because that would have totally ruined me. That was a rude awakening for me. I realized i needed a turnaround than i found. God i decided to make good of what was left of my life and applied for a master's degree overseas. Thanks for the money. I had saved during my hey days. I left to the uk leaving behind my tarnished image and embraced the second chance. That was when i met my mr right. unlike me. he had grown up in a stable home and has always been a good boy. If i could turn back the hands of time i would change my past. So i'd feel deserving of the angel that he was apparently we were in the same college back home. But we read different courses. Where pats never crossed. I was anxious that he might have heard rumors about me but when he didn't show any such signs. I was relieved. Campus was a big place. After all after i had graduated with honors he popped the question and it felt like my whole life was beginning to make sense now. We had to come back home for the traditional writes. Something wasn't so amused about knowing my history but for the love of my life i was ready to take the risk. Unfortunately one of his friends happen to be one of the many guys. I had bounced back on campus. He later confronted me about narrating my history to my fiance unless i gave him a piece of the cake that i had denied him before. Was this karma. I called his bluff and refused. Because i was a different person now but i wasn't going to be bullied to become who i used to be as if that was not enough. My fiance took me to see his mother. one day. And lo and behold my dear old aunt who happened to be a friend of the family was visiting. You can imagine the near heart attack got. She kept quiet whilst mother and son chatted. Would flash me deadly glances every other minute. I knew i was in deep trouble. How i would deal with my fiance's friend. And now her at the same time before i got to the alter was beyond me. She would definitely recommend me to my mother-in-law to be before that happened and is expected. She called me later in the evening. Threatening to make my life a living hell after i had destroyed her marriage and rendered her widow. I had no idea my dear old uncle had passed. I was saddened by the news. But i had my own problems to deal with four days to the traditional marriage and the guys threats got more frightening i knew i had to confront it head on since all my prayers for him to disappear didn't seem to her. I found myself on his front porch knowing on his door. But my feet rush me back to my car. Before he opened the door i felt so guilty. I just had to offload it. I drove straight to my fiance's place and in tears. Said i had something to confess. He listened quietly whilst. I recounted my horrible life story. His response done me. He knew exactly who i was when his eyes. I fell on me back in the uk but he realized i was different from the rumors. He heard back in college so he got close to find out for himself. Apparently he was in the know about his friends blackmail. His friend was of the view that i was still the same bad girl on campus and he wanted to prove him wrong. I gaped at him not knowing whether to be angry or relieved. How could you subject me to such a test. When i had almost failed. He said he knew. I wouldn't go through with it. And he was glad he was right about me. My auntie had also briefed his mother about my past but he had managed to convince her that. I wasn't that person anymore. Was he for real as i walked toward the alter my life events began to flash through my mind and tears threaten to but i wouldn't allow my past ruin the makeup marking the beginning of my future. Thankfully my auntie was a no show at the wedding. And i couldn't have asked for a better wedding gift unlike me. My sister came out much better than i did. In my mother was proud of us. Both my pass was epitome of everything bad. But when i found god decided to lay my rags down he turned my life around. But that doesn't mean you're past wouldn't come back to haunt you if it does. Don't try to defeat it using tactics of the past. Like i almost did contract with the new. You and the god who makes all things new will prepare fresh life for you and give you beauty for your ashes..

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"mr. reich" Discussed on Joseyphina's World

Joseyphina's World

05:45 min | 10 months ago

"mr. reich" Discussed on Joseyphina's World

"Photo credits to google images. I don't know if you anyone ever told you that today was all that mattered. Do whatever you could to survive the day and darn the consequences for the future would take care of itself. I tell you such counsel as dangerous at best and catastrophic at worst because believe it or not. The outcome of the future you'd encounter depends on the foundation of bricks. You lay today and looking back. I did men. I didn't fall short of building a terrible foundation. no wonder my life almost came to total shambles. How did it all start. I'll indulge your curiosity. My father drank to his death after he was laid off from his security job and my mother was in no form to take care of us by herself so she thought it wise to distribute her children to her benevolent family relatives. While she got herself a life. Come to think of it. I must have inherited her survivalist traits. But i could blame no one but myself how my life played out for. I arrived at my uncle's house. I wasn't happy knowing that. I was being shipped off to live with someone else and i had heard horror stories of how terrible life could be. Under such circumstances i was born lazy. My mother said it almost every day. And i believed her so becoming someone servant because i was a permanent guest was a no no for me just to look at. My uncle's wife told me this was going to be a war zone but my uncle was nice. I had to secure myself in the house. In the quickest possible time. I actively searched out some leverage to hold onto. When i soon realized my uncle was being nicer than usual. I knew i had a decision to make. I believe in keeping myself till the mr reich came along but my present situation demanded a paradigm shift. I had to use what. I had to get what i want. At the time. I needed security after playing hide and seek for awhile. I finally decided to ignore the tiny voice in my head and commit my first major sin. What actually instigated the move was my andy calling me a lazy good for nothing girl. Just because i hadn't washed the dishes. Well i was willing to go with the former insult. Although only my mother had the right to call me that but good for nothing. I had to prove her wrong. In one way. Or the other. And then i thought which better way was there than to take place on her matrimonial bed diabolical thought. I know but you don't expect a lazy girl to come up with anything more genius than that to you. So yeah that happened again and again and he came with its material benefits. Money and closed..

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"mr. reich" Discussed on Joseyphina's World

Joseyphina's World

07:03 min | 10 months ago

"mr. reich" Discussed on Joseyphina's World

"Live with someone else and i had heard horror stories of how terrible life could be. Under such circumstances i was born lazy. My mother said it almost every day. And i believed her so becoming someone servant because i was a permanent guest was a no no for me just to look at. My uncle's wife told me this was going to be a war zone but my uncle was nice. I had to secure myself in the house. In the quickest possible time. I actively searched out some leverage to hold onto. When i soon realized my uncle was being nicer than usual. I knew i had a decision to make. I believe in keeping myself till the mr reich came along but my present situation demanded a paradigm shift. I had to use what. I had to get what i want. At the time. I needed security after playing hide and seek for awhile. I finally decided to ignore the tiny voice in my head and commit my first major sin. What actually instigated the move was my andy calling me a lazy good for nothing girl. Just because i hadn't washed the dishes. Well i was willing to go with the former insult. Although only my mother had the right to call me that but good for nothing. I had to prove her wrong. In one way. Or the other. And then i thought which better way was there than to take place on her matrimonial bed diabolical thought. I know but you don't expect a lazy girl to come up with anything more genius than that to you. So yeah that happened again and again and he came with its material. Benefits money enclosed. Where no longer problem. As intuitive as my andy was she suspected something was up when all complaints about my slothful attitude to house chores fell on my uncles deaf ears. She realized my wardrobe had changed. An uncle would admit he changed it without blinking. She knew she was in trouble and started threatening to throw me out. Thankfully it was almost time for me to go to the university. And i myself was counting the days to get out of the house. I was tired of playing hagar to this. Old abraham and sarah couple. I got admission to the university. And i was just showing appreciation to my uncle for all his support when my anti walked in on us the look on her face was priceless. And the look of shock and horror on. My dear uncle stays was beyond amusing. I just made out of the room in house with minimal damage to my body. Good riddance i had the whole world to explore. Oh what a new big pun. i found myself in. I was a small fish. But i needed to grow. Romance was for campus lovers. And i was way past that i needed to survive in the ones with the deep pockets. Where the married ones like my uncle. Thanks to the tutorial. I got back home. I knew just what to do to keep the cash flowing. And because i was a good daughter and sister at least i used to send them some money from time to time. It was my way of tiding. My college days were fun as i recalled it but my cup ran full when one of the angry wives track me down and paid some lobsters to give me a good beating. I was lucky. I came out at allies. I had received some threatening calls and messages from her by didn't take it seriously. I thank god. She didn't resort to an acid attack. Because that would have totally ruined me. That was a rude awakening for me. I realized i needed a turnaround than i found. God i decided to make good of what was left of my life and applied for a master's degree overseas. Thanks for the money. I had saved during my hey days. I left to the uk leaving behind my tarnished image and embraced the second chance. That was when i met my mr right. unlike me. he had grown up in a stable home and has always been a good boy. If i could turn back the hands of time i would change my past. So i'd feel deserving of the angel that he was apparently we were in the same college back home. But we read different courses. Where pats never crossed. I was anxious that he might have heard rumors about me but when he didn't show any such signs. I was relieved. Campus was a big place. After all after i had graduated with honors he popped the question and felt like my whole life was beginning to make sense now. We had to come back home for the traditional writes. Something wasn't so amused about knowing my history but for the love of my life i was ready to take the risk. Unfortunately one of his friends happen to be one of the many guys. I had bounced back on campus. He later confronted me about narrating my history to my fiance unless i gave him a piece of the cake that i had denied him before. Was this karma. I called his bluff and refused. Because i was a different person now but i wasn't going to be bullied to become who i used to be as if that was not enough. My fiance took me to see his mother one day. And lo and behold my dear old aunt you happen to be a friend of the family was visiting. You can imagine the near heart attack got. She kept quiet whilst mother and son chatted. Would flash me deadly glances every other minute. I knew i was in deep trouble. How i would deal with my fiance's friend. And now her at the same time before i got to the alter was beyond me. She would definitely recommend me to my mother-in-law to be before that happened and is expected. She called me later in the evening. Threatening to make my life a living hell after i had destroyed her marriage and rendered her widow. I had no idea my dear old uncle had passed. I was saddened by the news. But i had my own problems to deal with four days to the traditional marriage and the guys threats got more frightening i knew i had to confront it head on since all my prayers for him to disappear didn't seem to her. I found myself on his front porch knowing on his door. But my feet rush me back to my car. Before he opened the door i felt so guilty. I just had to offload it. I drove straight to my fiance's place and in tears. Said i had something to confess. He listened quietly while recounted my horrible life story. His response stunned me. He knew exactly who i was when his eyes. I fell on me back in the uk but he realized i was different from the rumors. He heard back in college so he got close to find out for himself. Apparently he was in the know about his friends blackmail. His friend was of the view that i was still the same bad girl on campus and he wanted to prove him wrong. I gaped at him not knowing whether to be angry or relieved. How could you subject me to such a test. When i had almost failed. He said he knew. I wouldn't go through with it. And he was glad he was right about me. My auntie had also briefed his mother about my past but he had managed to convince her that. I wasn't that person anymore. Was he for real as i walked toward the alter my life events began to flash through my mind and tears threaten to but i wouldn't allow my past ruin the makeup marking the beginning of my future. Thankfully my auntie was a no show at the wedding. And i couldn't have asked for a better wedding gift unlike me. My sister came out much better than i did. In my mother was proud of us. Both my pass was epitome of everything bad. But when i found god decided to lay my rags down he turned my life around. But that doesn't mean you're past wouldn't come back to haunt you if it does. Don't try to defeat it using tactics of the past. Like i almost did contract with the new and the god who makes all things new will prepare a fresh life for you and give you beauty for your ashes..

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"mr. reich" Discussed on Joseyphina's World

Joseyphina's World

05:45 min | 10 months ago

"mr. reich" Discussed on Joseyphina's World

"Photo credits to google images. I don't know if anyone ever told you that today was all that mattered. Do whatever you could to survive the day and darn the consequences for the future would take care of itself. I tell you such counsel as dangerous at best and catastrophic at worst because believe it or not. The outcome of the future you'd encounter depends on the foundation of bricks. You lay today and looking back. I did men. I didn't fall short of building a terrible foundation. no wonder my life almost came to total shambles. How did it all start. I'll indulge your curiosity. My father drank to his death after he was laid off from his security job and my mother was in no form to take care of us by herself so she thought it wise to distribute her children to her benevolent family relatives. While she got herself a life. Come to think of it. I must have inherited her survivalist traits. But i could blame no one but myself how my life played out for. I arrived at my uncle's house. I wasn't happy knowing that. I was being shipped off to live with someone else and i had heard horror stories of how terrible life could be. Under such circumstances i was born lazy. My mother said it almost every day. And i believed her so becoming someone servant because i was a permanent guest was a no for me just to look at. My uncle's wife told me this was going to be a war zone but my uncle was nice. I had to secure myself in the house. In the quickest possible time. I actively searched out some leverage to hold onto. When i soon realized my uncle was being nicer than usual. I knew i had a decision to make. I believe in keeping myself till the mr reich came along but my present situation demanded a paradigm shift. I had to use what. I had to get what i want. At the time. I needed security after playing hide and seek for awhile. I finally decided to ignore the tiny voice in my head and commit my first major sin. What actually instigated the move was my andy calling me a lazy good for nothing girl. Just because i hadn't washed the dishes. Well i was willing to go with the former insult. Although only my mother had the right to call me that but good for nothing. I had to prove her wrong. In one way. Or the other. And then i thought which better way was there than to take place on her matrimonial bed diabolical thought. I know but you don't expect a lazy girl to come up with anything more genius than that to you. So yeah that happened again and again and he came with its material benefits..

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"mr. reich" Discussed on Your Transformation Station

Your Transformation Station

04:06 min | 10 months ago

"mr. reich" Discussed on Your Transformation Station

"Called like the five wise or something which is completely risky active. Very risky exercise remains mates rivera. Reductionist person practice. Why questions of Their risky ask them why. Why do you want this. Why do you want this. You want this why you want this. We don't need to go there for me. It's you know so you haven't more confidence and make more money. How's that going to change your life within. I'll be able to go out. There can get the guy girl. I'll be ability disk. And so now you have all of that gag early you make more money you have more confidence you know power five about your life is going to change will then go and atkin show my family that i made it a bit in what we like if we focused on Getting the same time and versus waiting interesting. Could you could spend a lotta time chasing those. You take five ten fifteen twenty years Five minutes one time. You texted john. It's probably been two years greg. The caller a mutiny. What am i say. Okay on meet me. And i'll tell you what to say and we started repairing safe. I'm just using examples from people some things you know work with people on because you can look i'm moving away from and was initially With some of the stories and some of the lines of questions with it's important of i'm just gonna get to know what you want. Just be careful about asking why because those winds can take you back in time. We don't need to go 'cause you don't need it anymore. I like where we're going because this is a mental model. We can apply to other life rounds with y. The y. statement. Why is it so defeating of our future success. And what could we use instead. You know a good good. I do nancy mr reich lemon kind of and around. Why questions in admendment contemptuous loan they take you back to who you are and you can't control who you are it's audit it matters. Why questions run the risk of diminishing a person you ask. Why did you do that. Why why would you walk in there like that. A person gonna play small and if a person plays small guess what they might lash out and say something that's not going to be beneficial and that's taken a personal way from what they really want. You know if you know what type of results are we looking for here versus. Why did you do that in it. You know. I'm always getting people to think if we could do this all over again. How would you approach l. of how questions how make you think. How would you like to respond to talk to me. That way versus while yelling at me strategically disarmed to pay bill. I remember bartenev. Did it all the time got lagaan. Mclovin your and i'll just say in a second..

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"mr. reich" Discussed on Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast

Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"mr. reich" Discussed on Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast

"Welcome to the gwinnett. Daily post podcast. Today is wednesday march tenth and carrie underwood is thirty eight today. I'm dan ratcliff in here. Your top stories brought to you by peggy sloppy properties. A man was shot and killed after an altercation at an apartment in norcross as county begins. Vaccinating teachers governor. Brian kemp praises gwinnett county's masked cove nineteen vaccination site. You're hospital bills may be going up due to contract by between north side and insurance companies standard time or daylight savings time. That's the question. Lawmakers can't agree on social fox. Brewing is growing in. Its cozy space in downtown norcross. Gwinnett county election. Supervisor is leaving to take a job with the company that printed. The county's twenty twenty absentee ballots plus the recording industry association of america says that during the pandemic the sales of vinyl records went through the roof. We'll talk to the owners of depot records lawrenceville to find out why part of the appeal. I believe is a warmth of the sound that you get from vinyl record that you just do not get from occasional media. Part of it is physically being able to hold the record and look at liner notes that you can actually read on a twelve by twelve. Sheet of paper has the time. Come for you and your family to buy or sell new home. Peggy slap you. Properties is here to help. Peggy and the team have been gannett and surrounding areas for thirty eight years helping folks. Just like you and me peggy. Slap properties consist of more than thirty five realtors that realized fostering strong relationships with community is the key to their business. They work with you. Regardless of circumstance residential homes are newly built they have listings all over the county in. Today's climate you hear a lot of noise from others on how they can help the difference at peggy sloppy properties. They're buying and selling for neighbors family and friends. Don't you believe you'll get the most value from a team that knows the lay of the land. Visit peggy slapping properties online at esp online dot com or. Give them a call at seven. Seven zero two seven one five five five five seven seven zero two seven one fifty five fifty five peggy slap peak properties delivers the very best in gwinnett georgia. Real estate because you deserve no less county. Police are investigating a deadly shooting. That occurred early. Saturday morning at the las palmas apartments in the norcross area. Just after three a m officers arrived and found eighteen year old desmond right in the breezeway of the apartment complex suffering from a gunshot wound. He passed away at the scene. Investigators believe that mr reich got into an altercation with the resident of the apartment and that person shot desmond and he died there in the breezeway. It's not clear at this time whether the person who shot mr right was still at the scene. When officers arrived. Monday was the first day that all teachers in georgia were eligible to get the kobe. Nineteen vaccine as the state expanded the pool of people who can get vaccinated the first six hundred gwinnett county public schools teachers and staff to get vaccinated on monday showed up to get their doses at the former sears. Location at gwinnett place mall the site. Which is the ability to vaccinate up to three thousand people a day once in a vaccine doses are available is currently administering more than eighteen hundred doses a day. The governor praised the partnership between government business and health leaders who got the mass vaccination sights set up county leaders worked with the health department as well as the gwinnett place mall community improvement district and northwood raven to establish the mass vaccination site at the mall. Thousands of united healthcare members are now facing much higher out of pocket costs if they go to gwinnett county hospitals the insurers contract with northside hospital in lawrenceville and northside hospital duluth ended march first contract negotiations between insurers and hospitals sometimes become public and nasty and tone but usually or settled before a renewal deadline. Despite repeated efforts we were unable to reach an agreement to renew our relationship with north side health systems gannett united said in a statement the georgia house of representatives and state. Senate are at loggerheads over. How georgians should tell time. The house passed legislation last friday calling for the peach state to observe daylight savings time all year that followed action and that the senate took the week before but georgia on standard time permanently. The one thing. Both chambers agree on is that the state should stop switching from standard time to daylight every march back again to standard each november. The advantage to staying on standard time is that it could take effect with the next switch to standard time this november. The house bill on the other hand could only move georgia to daylight time permanently if congress passes legislation giving states that option. Why by chemo of georgia. We provide award winning. Customer satisfaction have been a family owned business for over twenty years. Buying or leasing with us is fast and easy and you could get pre approved online enforce simple steps we offer top dollar on trade ins and have new vehicle specials that are updated every month and are factory. Trained technicians makes servicing your vehicle convenient with extended service hours. Stop by shop with on the lot or visit us online at love. Mica dot com the idea for social fox brewing a microbrewery operating in historic downtown norcross began in the same place. Many other breweries have started a garage. The breweries founders began as home. Brewers kevin keys. The breweries chief operating officer and mike green had success in brewing competitions and feedback from their friends developed the idea into a potential business keys and green join co founder. Scott norwood to make the dream a reality. Social fox founders started with a five gallon brewing system in their garage and later graduated to a one barrel system that allowed for some testing of styles and some social fox team transferred their recipes to a larger scale and adapted to their commercial level system. That started to come together in two thousand nineteen when the team started constructing the space for a brewery today. The space is occupied by taproom. That seats about sixty at full capacity when counties elections board. We'll be looking for a new election supervisor for the second time in less than two years. The county's current election supervisor christy royston recently submitted her letter of resignation to the county board of registrations and elections nearly a year and a half after she was appointed to the job permanently after holding it on an interim basis. She's going to work for a new york-based fort orange press the company that printed nets absentee ballots last year. Elections board is set to hold a special called meeting at five thirty pm. Wednesday at the county elections office in lawrenceville. According to the recording industry association of america the sales of vinyl records went through the roof during the pandemic tony. Stacey seminar are the owners of depot records on north clayton and lawrenceville. And they're here to tell us about the resurgence of vinyl..

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"mr. reich" Discussed on Pod Cast Away - Gespräche mit Samson

Pod Cast Away - Gespräche mit Samson

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"mr. reich" Discussed on Pod Cast Away - Gespräche mit Samson

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"mr. reich" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"mr. reich" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"For that and we neglect that we we need to become that I am instead. We have all this Shane that we've carried around through our lifetimes right? We are some of all the things that have happened to us, and we don't start out life this way, right? We become in really loving ourselves and being proud I mean if you watch. Watch I have four children. You know and I my youngest is seven and they walk around like they can do anything right with excitement with reality. They're proud of who they are. They feel complete in in themselves. And then we get feedback at some point in our lives, usually girls, especially in the third fourth grade that somehow their shame wanting, so we start to hide the parts of ourselves that are unique and we tried to fit in and be long so I I encourage people to I. Start to identify what you believe. Some people don't even know what they believe anymore. And what your beliefs are, find the fallacies in them and start to create new ones, and from that base you start to drown out and lower that negative voice that we all have the inner critic. Tells you not good enough, not smart enough not enough to be deserving of all good things that you want, and we start to raise that sound that is now almost inaudible, which is really the the sound of our soul of our essence. That says you know I am enough. I desire this I can be this I want more right, and so it's that it's set shift. It's subtle, but it has to be consistent work that you do every day to. To be able to hear it. I could listen to this all day long and I think everybody out. There is probably feeling the same because you know when we opened this this this segment talking about love. Wants love everybody. Everybody wants to be in the perfect relationship, but there really isn't a perfect relationship. Is there you know I mean so many times we hear people say I always pick the wrong guy or I always pick the wrong girl. And, we hear that so often because I. This is what I think I'm dying to hear what you have to say about this. It really comes down to being your own as you write about in your book. Being your own Mr Reich or Mrs Ripe I, doesn't it? Absolutely and again. This is not what we are raised as a culture to see. We think you know like my I'll give you, can you? Hundreds of love stories and even Bridget Jones diary right? He loved me enough. Just the way loves me for both of US and. Size notions of love that we go out craving because in a way it seems easier to attain that to attain self love, but it won't last again unless you do this first step, but I think one area that really gets us kind of messed up when you're picking the wrong. mates in life is that. We think that seeing is believing so and this is where Kabbah comes in again. There is the one percent round that we live in right. It's and then there's a ninety nine percent, so there's the Internet there's gravity. There's a force that's unseen, right? That's the ninety nine percent of all of our experiences, but we don't give that a lot of weight because we can't see. See it right the fact that you and I are now talking and you're in Dallas and I'm in new. York right. There's things happening that we're not really. We don't know about like wireless Internet. How does it work, but we rely on it then there's the physical world right one percent of all of our experiences. It's seeing touching hearing tasting, and if you apply understanding right this. This is the illusion world that we live. And because we put so much emphasis on what we can see, right. What's tangible to us? So if we put this now in relationship, this is where we get focused on things like athletic ability, or if a person's good dancer, or if they're stylish or maybe even their bank account, right? It's the whole package, but we like the way. Way that that makes us feel, and we don't focus enough on the traits that are connected to the spiritual run, the ninety nine percent, which is generosity, kindness, compassion, thoughtfulness, and not I not at present at the beginning. It's more about how do you make me feel a? What do you give me? And they also talk about different kinds of love like ego. Pay Slobber, unconditional love. As love is very much in this one percent realm right and then later, let's say five years down the line. Certainly fifteen years into the marriage, these other things that are the ninety nine percent like kindness, compassion, thoughtfulness, generosity, that's going to be more important to you so I think it's really about awakening yourself and training herself to see with a different set of eyes than the ones we normally do. I have so many questions I. WanNa ask You I've got a couple of really good ones. I'm when to save till after the break. We'll be right back everyone. You're listening to Monica Bird. On one life radio, she is the author of rethink love, three thefts of being the one attracting the one and becoming one. We'll be right back after the break..

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"mr. reich" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"mr. reich" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Want anymore coffee. Is Still, feel bad abbey. You want me to Move Cup for you today I can do it real good. How do you know and I? Just got a feeling. Look? You can do it now. Sure I guess. There! It's getting easier I to get some things out of the car. I just happened to have them. Things for tests. There may be other powers. Care much one way or the other Mr Reich. He that makes you happy. It's all right with me. Abbey, where are you? Abby. What did you go? Abbey you Mr Right. Abbey, where were you springfield? But that's fifty miles. I just kind of wished. I was there and then I was. I brought back a frying Pan tied and that hardware store window ended up. Thirty got a real copper bottom. Have trouble getting out of the store without anyone seeing you well I was outside, but. I could see in the back room somehow to. I knew his name was Albert and he was doing a crossword puzzles. that. I just kind of looked inside of his thinking. Like this. Wait a minute. Wait A MINUTE ABBEY! Don't I can look right inside your thinking now, Mr. Wait a minute.

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"mr. reich" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:21 min | 2 years ago

"mr. reich" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Theatre here on your favorite station. An episode of the mysterious traveler as it was originally broadcast on Tuesday April fourth nineteen fifty in the newspapers of that Tuesday. Seventy years ago. These were some of the headlines. The Chinese nationalist announced that planes of Russian origin shot down two nationalist spiders over Red China Sunday. The announcement implied that the planes bore Chinese communists insignia but gave no clue to the nationality of their pilots. This was the first aerial opposition encountered by the nationalist in four years of civil war. General Arab dejection yesterday in both camps that they hurry bridges perjury trial as the tire jury. Which took the case. Friday continued ernest deliberations. Both prosecution depends on their chances of an early verdict vanish. Bridges President of the CIO Longshoremen's union slumped in his weary chair looked white and weary the government charged. He was perjured himself at his nineteen forty-five citizenship hearing. I swear. He never was a communist to Codependence Henry Schmidt and JR Robertson fellow officers. The Longshore Union were charged with conspiracy. They were bitches witnesses at the naturalization hearing the maybe said last night the nearest thing to applying saucer it ever developed has not flown since nineteen forty seven. The navy made the statement in commenting on an article in. Us News and World Report. The magazine said engineers have concluded the report and saucers are jet powered. Planes Revolutionary Design developed by the Navy. It's experiments along those lines. Don't account for the recently revived reports of saucers that according to the navy it said one three thousand pound muddle of a pancake shaped plane designed for it by Charles H Zimmerman of the chance. Spot Aircraft Corporation was flown several times. But it hasn't flown since nineteen forty seven a confidential memorandum to the State Department advocating maximum flexibility of. Us policy in the Far East as a means of stabilizing relations with Russia was made public yesterday by Owen. Lattimore who wrote the memo. Seven months ago he council against premature or accessories deployment in the strategic. Far Eastern Area and said that. Us support prochaine check does more harm than good to US interests. Will it take psychology to handle a woman? Even if she's only five when Little Marlene Johnson of Oshawa Ontario locked herself in the bathroom. Her parents fled for two hours to get her to come out and called in the firemen. The cheap another's pleaded in vain than Oscar Thompson. The firemen with a child of his own said. If you come out we'll give you a ride on the big red firetruck. No answer will ring the Bell and blow the Siren and people will run out of your way. The door flew open shanty. She came out shopping when she got her ride. Though some of the day's top news stories reported in the newspapers of Tuesday April fourth nine thousand nine hundred fifty on your radio the mysterious traveler which continues now on Classic Radio Theater. I don't like people who stare sorry Haven't we met before? No I always remember people with bad manners. You still have stated Your Business Mr to guard. I'm looking for Mr Bates. John Bateson Mister Bay three except Miss Debate in the office tomorrow morning. Oh then you've seen him Spoken to him by no not yet. Plane earlier arrived two hours ago. Well the plane arrived but Mr Bates didn't he? Didn't you must be mistaken. We have a letter here from him. That says he wasn't on the plane. I Know How do you know? I boarded that plane in Singapore with Bates beside him. All the way to Hawaii got to know quite a bit about him after. Awhile Mr Gary. If you say he didn't arrive this afternoon I suppose. He didn't possibly decided to spend a few days in Hawaii. You're wrong game wrong. Yes because he told me was in a hurry to get to San Francisco. In fact we had things on the same plane Jason Seats. I see what do you make of it? Well this I do know. I Live Baits in the air terminal in Hawaii to buy some cigarettes when I turned to look for him. I caught sight of him going out the door with a woman. You're staring again. Toget- Yes you know. Something thought the woman I saw Bates leave with. She looked like you. That that's preposterous. While he missed where be spent the weekend at her lodge and the mountains. You don't say we do say hope it stands up. What do you make Let's skip the preliminaries. I'm betting that if the police found out what I know it would give them an entirely different slant on the whole disappearance that Weekend in the mountains would stand up lance you. If he got up how much swanky office you have here. How much you know on that plane trip. I managed to get quite a bit of information out of Bates told me he hadn't seen the states in twenty five years alone in the world. No relatives what are you getting at. The office force expects to see John Bates here tomorrow morning right well. They're going. Oh why are you talking about the matter Mr Reich girl? Don't you recognize your partner? John Bates now. That's the price we won't pay outlets. That'd be too hasty. Look this way. If I'm John Bates than John Bates can't be missing. Which means there will be no need to notify the police starting investigation which may end the have who knows where from the looks of this business. I'm sure there's enough for three. No I'm afraid I can't take that as an answer tomorrow morning at exactly nine thirty. Am I'm going to walk into the reception room of this company? The rest will be.

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"mr. reich" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"mr. reich" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"It, and processing it without their knowledge. The FBI does not I can speak on behalf of the high, and we require it for criminal purpose only in accordance with a law enforcement purpose Mr. goal. So the to say, we're doing it solely with passengers consent. The cameras are visible and the passenger needs to actually assume a position in front of the camera for accurate facial capture. Any other witnesses about good one. Are you aware of anything? We are not in the work that we've done that's been beyond the scope. Okay. Sir. It's also outside of nece copen. Are there any plans do y'all know of any plans to use that technology without consent of the American an American citizen now with respect to say, sir? FBI the FBI will not develop technology that outside of for sieges division, outside of criminal purpose was Doug quick question. You said in response to Mr Bush in one of his questions about real time use you said, quote not for criminal Justice purposes, can you explain expand on that caveat, that we only collect a photo in conjunction with a criminal Justice our law enforcement partners? The state and local federal entities must be authorized to have access to our system. And they must have a criminal Justice purpose in order to search our system, the engine, I interstate photos system, Kimberly Del Greco of the FBI colleague from Louisiana. My colleague for yielding a bit of his time is still Greco. According to the FBI, two thousand seventeen F B I rockers ten million five hundred fifty four thousand nine hundred ninety five criminal arrests were made and ran about fifty nine percent conviction rate. I think that this body in American people. Witnessing must be reminded that every American nets arrested has been arrested in American men, arrested probable cause standards of probable cause, much less than that of conviction. Is that true? That is correct, sir the totality of circumstances and corroborative evidence, be used on a course of a criminal investigation, and, and any technology including facial recognition technology would be added as a tool in the toolbox to add to Babs a strike all weakness at case file state and local entities. Have the option to submit a probe photo? In accordance with a criminal investigation or moving quickly. One of my colleagues mentioned that there was a seventy percent match on a subject. And, and that's the subject was arrested versus a ninety percent. Mash was not arrested does not arrested me not investigated. I'm not aware of that, sir. We provide candidates back or not. Of a regular criminal investigation is reasonable suspicion grounds for investigation of any citizen. I am not alone. I want officer, sir. All right. Well, I am an it is. Probable cause as a standard for a rest beyond a reasonable doubt, a shadow of a doubt, as a standard pro conviction and. Very much. Appreciate everyone's testimony today. This is an emerging technology. Mr Chairman, Mr. Reich. Remember, we should watch just technology closely and protected the rights of American citizens. We should also recognize that this can be very valuable tool for long forcement and to fight crime in our country, and I you. Norton. Thank you, MS DC delegate. Eleanor Holmes Norton. Let's here we, we recognize I think advancements that assigns is making. Apps..

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"mr. reich" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"mr. reich" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Com. Stories that have been breaking you've been at work. This is the Larry O'Connor shelled. So the next time you hear anyone claiming that immigration is bad the economy. The truth. Yes. Now, we know the truth accorded, a rubber it. I don't think you could call that the truth the whole truth nothing, but the truth because there's a whole lot more to the story that Mr. Reich didn't include in his video, not least of which where did all of these illegal immigrants get their social security numbers that they're using to contribute to the federal treasury. Gee, isn't that against the law? How about Marlin in Frederick Marlin? You're next up on WMA. Oh, it's Fredericksburg. But yeah, I think that from the moment that these undocumented workers or immigrants. However, you want to phrase that stepped foot in together states illegally that set off like a Kathy of lawbreaking, which with which vista rice is is explaining and making a point that Wiki making all all along. He's breaking one law after the other. And my biggest point is that. Okay. How how do you even know all the time were you able to even document the fact that they're paying all these taxes, and if they're paying taxes everyone keeps saying, well, we don't know who and where they are full if they're paying taxes if I don't pay my taxes the way I suppose to every year from the IRS, and you can best guarantee. You don't have to IRS ages knocking. Oh my door. Yeah. Well, if that's the case with these undocumented workers, why can't we sit IRS ages. I didn't or the ice with the customized fit. My truck and purple of more rare ends right back across in more to good question. Barlett Marley can.

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"mr. reich" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"mr. reich" Discussed on KOMO

"They and what about districts that were already in a whole due to strikes by Tacoma? For example, goes Keith Eldridge has been looking into this. And Keith is good enough to join us on the KOMO news. So Parenti this is an issue Keith that is at the very least been brought up to the superintendent of schools. Tell us what's going on. Chris reykdal. He says there is a way to waive some of those require days right now tools need to go one hundred eighty days in Tacoma. It's going stra overtime and air. Now. In puyallup. Are we sit at this point? It's gonna go into June twenty fifth because of the closure today. And if it's close tomorrow, it'll be June twenty six so the question they have is can they wave some of those days with the emergency proclamation of the governor? There's the potential that the days can be waived says the superintendent of public instruction for the state. But. Also says there is no way to waive the minimum one thousand hours of student instruction. So they're going to have to figure out he says how best to accomplish that. Now, if they could be waived, can you get that done? They have to shave into the mid winter break, but not unheard of to cut short the spring break for some districts, if they definitely need to or just keep going on into the summer like at this point. Did also have teachers strike come as you mentioned. And so now, they they're really stuck in the fact that every day they're closed. They just have to tack on the other day. But superintendent says it would take legislative emergency action to limit or eliminate the one thousand hours minimum. However for a lot of the districts, they can go less than one hundred eighty days, and that kind of an automatic thing they can ask for with the state, and they'll get it. But again thousand hours you need to be in that classroom. Getting that instruction Keith's Mr. Reich doll bring up is there any possibility. They would ask kids to spend a few Saturdays between now and the end of the school year in a classroom to try to make up that time Saturday school has definitely been brought up. He doesn't know of any districts that have actually done that. And the question is do you want to give up your Saturday or do you want to give a few days of summer talked to one parent and Olympia where it was coming down really heavily today. And he. He was at home. A day off of work because kids are at home with him and the daycares are all closed for the same reasons. Schools are and he says it's becoming a hardship on parents, and you know, Saturday school might be an option, but he says when you go into the summertime all of a sudden cover vacations are impacted if you have trip from camps have certain schedules so Saturday school possibility, but the superintendent says he hasn't heard of that drastic of an action is yet another kind of mess related to the weather. We've been having over the last week. Komo's Keith Eldridge joining us from Puyallup key. Thanks so much. And CNN is reporting right now that GOP Senator Richard Shelby says negotiators have reached an agreement in principle.

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"mr. reich" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"mr. reich" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"How are you? So there you go you're so you are a pencil Taki in. However, you're not a yinzer, which is totally okay. I can appreciate that. Thank you. You know, I hear you giving away a lot of golden secrets here today about the team. And I did want to comment on the outside. I just find your nation of Hitchcock, ask quite good. Excellent wall. Thank you. And I know that my son Jonathan agrees that gresh is amazing. For a friend, dilly. Mr. gresh, Billy careful, it looks like a lady sometimes, okay? Love it. Well, you know Billy's options are limited. So I'll leave it to Hindu evaluate. Gresh last week when the patriots. The plan chargers. I witnessed something I cannot say statistically may have ever seen in football before except maybe back the time when Mr. Reich on Houston when he played for Buffalo Bills. To me as though Tom Brady was on his way to seven consecutive terms. Seven veterans of the ball in the first half of the game. I'm trying to remember let me see here we go back and think about this one Wayne, thank you. I seven thousand around I'm not so sure. Skunked on one. I know they had four. I don't I don't know if that's ever happened before. Maybe we'd have to go back and look that Kansas City Rams game. But that's pretty interesting point. I mean, they were rolling though rolling against the chargers. And and what a shame on the chargers. For not changing anything anything. They didn't they didn't change their defense. They didn't change their scheme. Nothing never understand.

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"mr. reich" Discussed on Veterans Helping Veterans

Veterans Helping Veterans

06:08 min | 3 years ago

"mr. reich" Discussed on Veterans Helping Veterans

"Well, something needs to be down, positively. I don't know who in the world. We can get in there. Hierarchy there in may. That will. Actually, look out and represent that turns. That's new guy. Don't know anything about him Wilkie daddy's name. Yes, sir. It based on a good guy or not. You don't know tell you you start here or saying results. With me. I got to see some pounds. They've resolved. There's all awful on top on around. But what's the results what he is saying actually happening? And it's it's a most same. Oh. Well, let's put it this way. I've mcdonagh was hard by President Obama to be the secondary that. Bob. Mcdonald's crew or the military officer army officer. He was a Republican democrat that he was appointed democrat. He ran Proctor and gamble or just consumer product company in the world. I used to talk to him a lot of them mostly Saturday. These we've talked a lot exactly. In the first six months. He was there. He was so gung ho about making it that that. Making making it more customer friendly. Thank you service Qatar. And he got burned out really fast and found out that he had to be on the defensive about how everything was hitting left. And right. Whatever, you know, wait time spent for veterans dying in that. And all that he renders in the end and became a big PR person for the. Now, I'd say he was a pretty strong her, but he gave up because you dealing with a senior executive service dealing with washing. You know, our senators our Senator and being the origin. Johnny accident, chairman veterans Harrison meter. Other than the half through ours is but he's been getting in trouble for doing some interfering in coming coke services to the they were like game graphics company and bio medically. The game the VA found their product not good and all and and decided to cut the contract and Mr. Reich shin in here. Agri and got him to renew the contract just ahead on misdirection fundraising campaign bidding and the big Kohner to him. And then he went on him to the FBI. I think. Just out of my head and also had his office and all choir about ten to slow down any investigation going. You gotta. Veteran. Number one is the veteran, Johnny. I. Then it during chairman of veterans affairs comedian and he's looking after buddy not looking at. So who we got inviting? We don't have males. All this was based on stories Atlantic journal too. It's just amazes me. And. You know, we're hoping that we can get changes. But until in I don't think you're sort of being change veterans and their de namely stand up the time. Right now, there's no ninety four ninety four sixty. DAV and then all their problems on television in the American people are buying it. Yeah. I'm very get. Right. That's raising. Nice. I can always never known as Asians is the Cape the mattress and community L denied it up. And every once in a while. Well, so bone the more wanna know where his as inert now there and say look at all the great, Dane good. And so it keeps it where. Oh, you're the bad. Turn community is is not your nine that then their movement to to better and look out for one another. We have a lot of sick metrics out there that do need some. And. That twit the. Well, it's kind of just a microcosm of our country. We virtue more away. We no longer have virtues and morals. We've gotten too big britches country to powerful car. I mean, that's just my. Well, I don't know. They're not take care of the ones that. For that country. And that's that's gonna regret. Day regret that because when you turn your back on your bathrooms and. All.

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