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How Many Marketing Emails Should You Send?

Marketing School

02:57 min | 2 weeks ago

How Many Marketing Emails Should You Send?

"Super committed to your success online. We've worked with them to a special offer just remarking school listeners. All you have to do is go to dream host dot com slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to another episode of marketing. School. I'm Eric Su I'm Neil and today we're gonNA talk about how many marketing emails should you set? So, how many emails do you send? Right now should week we send we have a digest email. So that's a bunch of different content and then we send a believed to more emails about three emails a week. We're very similar. So we have I send emails, every Tuesday and Saturday, and then I do drip sequence of the drift sequence has six or seven emails but once you're in the drift sequences spread over three days per email, and then once you get the six or seven emails, you just get the two per week. Yeah. But if you think about what Eric and I both do his, we don't send too many emails because we send too many emails you burn your list and the goal for us is we send as much high quality. Content has also instead of sending quantity and then. When we have something to sell will definitely push harder during those times been generally, we try to save our lists and only educate and set of promoting, and then we do our marketing, throw our content versus selling directly through email, and we try to limit it to few times a week I know some people like doing multiple times a day every day it's just too much and drowns people's inboxes. They don't open it, and then you kind of damage your reputation as well. I also think it's our personalities to were a little more prudent when it comes email and we know really. Good. Email marketers that sent a ton. They make a lot of money to make a killing from return investment is Great I. Think the School of we come from is just we want to continue to make long-term deposits to the bank and what we hardly ever withdraw, and so some people will say to you Neil I remember in the past would like Oh. My God neely is like not even using his list the right way or Blah Blah Blah. And you've got US comments people say, yeah, they'll tell me I'm not doing things the right way I don't email enough I don't monetize. And they're right and I'm okay with that. But funny enough the monetization comes back. It's it's the stuff that you don't see. Right it's not like it's not like Oh, here on coming up with a new launch. Here's my new launch. I'm launching a new course I'm like it's Just constant drip of content and Very hardly if people WANNA findings, they'll find it but funny enough it actually has led to more relationships. I would say, for Neil, which led more deals which are worth a lot more correct. It has. Yup. So I mean that the way it's it's look at it this way right if you look at, you know traders on wall. Street, they have a very it's a quarterly focus type of mindset. It's a short term mindset. You look at the Warren Buffett's of the world. It's a long-term mindset, the aim to buy companies and hold them for long term that's what you WANNA. Do you like you're looking you want to have a long-term mindset I think when you? Look at I think the affiliate marketers are really good at testing things but the the way they're driven is very based

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U.S. Attorney: Drug Cartel Boss & Co-Conspirators Used Dallas Western Wear Store To Launder $10 Million

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:44 sec | Last month

U.S. Attorney: Drug Cartel Boss & Co-Conspirators Used Dallas Western Wear Store To Launder $10 Million

"Mexican cartel boss and 27 co conspirators have been charged with laundering more than $10 million in drug proceeds through a Dallas clothing store. Aaron Neely Cocks, the U. S attorney for the Northern District of Texas as they're all connected to one of Mexico's most violent and powerful drug cartels. Cox is the cartel boss transported drug proceeds to your lease Western wear on Buckner Boulevard in Dallas. Store manager and his family members within count the money, separated into transactions and send it back to Mexico Cartel boss also accused of conspiring to smuggle meth and heroin. Across the Mexican border.

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Michigan announces $600 million Flint water crisis settlement

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

03:02 min | Last month

Michigan announces $600 million Flint water crisis settlement

"A a year year and and a a half half of of negotiations, negotiations, the the state state of of Michigan Michigan will will reportedly reportedly announced announced $600 $600 million settlement with the people of Flint later this week. Settlement will cover citizens of Flint, who were adversely affected by the lead tainted water that began flowing into their homes in 2014. Although the state claims that the water quality has met federal standards for three years now, many residents told us they don't trust officials and they still don't trust the water. One person told us yesterday that no amount of money can heal the suffering of those impacted by this crisis. And the Corona virus pandemic has just made the situation worse. Money. Money don't equal help, like you know you could be rich and die. It ain't the same. Craig Davis is a lifelong Flint resident who has lived to the devastation brought on by the city's tainted water crisis. It's almost like we got PTSD with the water because you won't really drink it comfortably like You know, saying people actually lost, they live to it. He's also a Corona virus survivor and says he and his neighbors are struggling to deal with both issues. At the same time, you got people with just taking extra money out their pockets. Just going to the grocery store and just buying up the water and grocery stores. But you add on the pandemic, not a water is not even there to even grab. The water crisis started in 2014 when as a cost cutting measure, officials switch the city's water source from Lake You're on to the Flint River, but the water was improperly treated, allowing lead and other chemicals from the pipes to leach into the water supply. The city switched back to its original water source in 2015. My heart breaks because the fact of the matter is, I handed them the glasses of water. CBS News was on the ground in Flint for months. At the height of the crisis, we heard firsthand from parents about how they believed the tainted water affected their Children. When I hear my son gave up at night and cry because his bones hurt There's nothing I can give him. There's nothing I can do for him to take away his pain. I feel completely helpless. Although tens of thousands of plaintiffs are reportedly set to receive a payout as part of the settlement, Much of the money is expected to go toward the Children affected by the crisis. Flint Mayor Sheldon Neely says he hopes the settlement provides some sense of victory for families allows Flint residents to move forward in a positive way. Getting out of the mindset of being victims, but more of Victor's on that's what we need to move as a community. Theo office of Michigan's attorney general would not confirm details of the agreement, saying quote way and the other parties are bound by a federal court order to maintain the confidentiality of detailed settlement and mediation communications until we reach a certain point Now, as you know, $600 million is being reported as the payout but just for context. If you divide that by Flint residents, most of whom are eligible for money, that's $6000 per person. And again that wass CBS's Adrian Diaz reporting well, many

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Michigan settles with Flint water crisis victims for more than $500 million: report

Morning Edition

00:46 sec | Last month

Michigan settles with Flint water crisis victims for more than $500 million: report

"The state of Michigan will pay $600 million to families in the city of Flint, who were affected by the city's water crisis. In 2014 Flint switched the source of its city water, and that change caused the new water to Leach led out of aging city pipes. Michigan state officials insisted at the time the water was safe. Even after Flint residents reported serious health problems such as Children with excessively high lead levels. Flint Mayor Sheldon Neely says of settlement is an important step. Bringing these things to a close allows Flint residents to move forward in a positive way, Uh, getting out of the mindset of being victims, But more of Victor's, the majority of the money is supposed to go to Children affected by the leaded water.

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Sports Talk with Junior

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

03:13 min | Last month

Sports Talk with Junior

"All right. Here we go. Junior is here with what sports docked yeah. Oh. Oh, got it. Today Listen Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Junior. The fight has been pushed back to November. Twenty eight was September twelfth. They're gonNA. Move it back to November twenty eight. Now, we never did get honest we got who we're. GonNa pay for this. You know you won't initial. Yeah, they had the movie back because somebody didn't look shape. And it wasn't Mike Tyson. Since Yeah, we love Roy Jones junior to love and show yeah yeah. See, Roy on stand. Tyson. Trained in two. Give Him Oh time. Him So motown. Forgot. Eighth. That's my holiday. Yes. How old is Roy Anybody? Four. Oh, it's no want. Majors Mike. Yeah Mike. Fifty four, a Mike and Fifty, four, fifty, one. Got? All. Mad. All. The reason why we got all our money, all Michael Airbus seeing know what this is about. Well, see both of them. All right. It's not going to be what you think it is and going to be this great fight. 'CAUSE YOU'RE GONNA see a Lotta of punches. A Lot. Of course, the timing is gone in a quick quick twitch muscles don't file like they used to. But the problem that Roy has is if Tyson do hit him. His ass is going to. Asleep. He Hits Him. He's going to. That's a special place. That's way you sleep a union. No you going. Love a man I'm going to bed. Then I'M GONNA. Go Sleep. Now you fit in a subsidy. Very closely, right for you go to sleep that what you said. Our sleep well. But, also, you know the new president trump called NBA players very dumb, very nasty for kneeling during the. National. Anthem. Wild. Two words and that is there any other word man? VOCAB? Luke. This is a guy who says he went to the high school in. The. Nation. Yeah and but his niece has said no, no, they got him in this. He's not. He's. Look their neely period. You're not changing the narrative this time. Because those black guys to play in the NBA? No, they wouldn't tall and he had a uniform then targets on. Right Bank. That's exactly why they not playing. Junior coming up at the top of the hour. Tell me something good. Some good news for.

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Divina de Campo

Coming Out Stories

03:44 min | 2 months ago

Divina de Campo

"Let's rewind a bit and go too little too. When you were growing up because I think it's fair to say, isn't it? When you growing up, you get all these stereotypes sort of enforced on. You don't you. You tend to remember my mother trying to get to wear a skirt wants to wait because she said, that's what girls. Whether it was a big row over that but it was a similar things going on in your household was trying to push the binary on you in some way or my my dad more than my moment, which is weird because when I came out and she did not react well. But when I was little like that was absolutely no an issue we had addressing boggs and like my favorite thing in the dressing boggs was elected. ABC's leopard-print should neely. The Laurie. Today. And it had a goat trim round the neck, and then I think, yeah. HOW SPLIT IN IT? You know I think I'd say go it was a sleeveless dress with gold trim I mean tacky as hell. So Takeda's. But that was my favorite. Yeah absolutely. Follow I. Loved it. I. Felt it was you know this is yes. I love my life I. Always Been Dressing Up Anyway Kate and hasn't been a big deal but then I remember Ed once we have play room I. Mean we're so big class cry you play. So. I remember putting all these dresses on and then going in and feel like look I got all these silly clothes on on my dad's face was he was just like incandescent and just went very nice and. It was like seething. That was that I think the first time that I remember. Thinking Oh there's something wrong doing this you know dot doesn't like it but I don't know why my experience my father is he's very much generation of men were they weren't taught how to talk about their feelings or talk or express emotion in any other way than anger. At how old would you have been? Then I think I was about four five hours really. And then the you go I, guess you getting any attitude, the playground for not conforming to agendas wineries. Yet not conforming with definitely for me it wasn't such a thing at junior school lower. The thing like junior school that just didn't didn't seem factor into people's hey. So, you know Judy School for me. Actually it was a really happy time. I felt well-supported where the no case. But somehow they didn't seem to have that much of an impact on me Oh my thinking or any of that stuff. So every time at school are is singing in the choir. I was in the you know the little school show I was leading. Violin. Bali class. So I was just on cut fruit loop. Any moment are get. That's why I was kind of confused was. She reacted really badly when I came out, but she'd never kind of held me back from doing any of those things. You know if ever there was a little quaint okayed it with me. You know I was like the absolute stereotype epitome of Funky Little A. The. loafing Barbra Streisand, get me that Bob predicts and on the radio I love a all of this like this song, my brothers and sisters used to sing to me all the time in the car was. So my show you've got it the. Match and I was like, okay why are they singing they? Sit Me Oh, it's because I'm not.

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BBC Head of Voice and AI Andy Webb Discusses the Custom Voice Assistant Beeb

The Voicebot Podcast

04:24 min | 4 months ago

BBC Head of Voice and AI Andy Webb Discusses the Custom Voice Assistant Beeb

"That, so you have journalists who are? When you say their staffing this, they're they're. They're basically taking. news content that you have today. This may be designed initially for radio broadcast, or for to read on the web and their distilling it, so it's going to be better for a consumption through. Let's ask smart speaker. neely that was seventy how we saw. now these specifically. Create news stories if directly full so they ended of previous radio programs. In new stories come in, and just as the stories, online Jonas county onto the necessarily with banality, a voice in an interactive voice. gotTA, so it's a parallel. Yeah, yeah, so we staff that. Sort of twenty four by seven. realtime kind of breaking news can be rotated into the newsroom. Jones can created content. Get it up into the briefing as well so the briefing has the ability to dynamically outside so as a regular thing. We updated three times a day anyway like the complete refresh across the whole ray thing, but at any point during the day we want to lead a new story into that raising or intellect autists, the journalists gotomeeting talk to publish into. The the white embracing. Did you have to create? Do content management tools for them to be able to do that? Yes lead it So. There's a lot of publication works like we tried to make sure we could be used as much of that obligation wet though we have the is widely used throughout the triumph BBC, news organization, but there's some bespoke. He says that we have to be able to build on enabled us to. Publish into the the actual news briefing piece itself so there's this framework around the news briefing like mini decency mess. I guess the describe US sitting around news briefing from the. Routines. Got and then you, it sounds like you have tears like you might have the the headline level or the short summary, and then you can ask for more to to get a longer piece. Yes he can. We actually think about the way these lunches as well so the news briefing shelter in the morning a longer in the anything in the morning. People tend to be a of rush. They're trying to of get through this with the night. The opportunities when they actually want to interact interacted slightly less. Antoine had signed lean back music in the evening today when people will have all listen to a deeper analysis of the news goes through a Neville. We actually made a briefing slightly longer in evening have slightly more points, so which contracts so not every story is interactive, but we select the sort of key stories straight where we won't be able to build these deep degenerates with people excludable kids. Okay, so that's real time news and We talked about Alexa which I think is been before the be for example that's been your biggest area, investment and voice Is that correct and then also is? Are these services also available through your many mobile apps? Some some some multi notch. There is work now about. How do we start to bring some of these signals together? A we oversee say the voices gun timing impact, not just into the receipts create they will also impact will be reason getting into it is that it will impact on existing. And if you think about, it's a voice being available as a Madonna Tapie five years ago, we would never designed to services in the way we design lab. To these also says that carry tens of millions of east, So has to be knowledge that allows us to understand. How experienced Haredi working. Less less impactful way before we decided one of the steps to bring it so caught on. My Team's job is not just to essentially build arid face, loading experiences, but to build the platform technology that will almost democratize voice technology stack, and allow for that to be incorporated into our existing

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Social Distancing in Summer

Coronavirus: Fact vs Fiction

06:49 min | 4 months ago

Social Distancing in Summer

"Has the summer heats up. People all over the country are considering now. How much risk they are willing to take as they venture outside. Some are thinking about reuniting with friends and family for the first time. Others are trying to decide whether or not to take a road trip. What about physically distanced backyard barbecue? Just. How risky is it to make this summer? Feel like well summer. It is important to understand what the likelihood of contracting the corona virus is and transmitting it. So that you can make the right decisions for yourself and for your family. I'm Dr Sanjay. Gupta CNN's chief medical correspondent. And this is corona, vice, fact versus fiction. So I have an eleven at neely eleven and thirteen year olds, and so the conversations were having now are about what else summa looks like. That's Aaron Judge, Professor, at UMASS DARTMOUTH and CNN contributor since his blog post about avoiding situations with a high risk of infection went viral. He's become a resource for many people. Some does look a little bit different, and there's been a lot of tears in this house over the last eight weeks, but We're trying to gain normalcy for our children as much as we can. The possibility of having a normal summer is not a lot of our minds. So I asked Erin about some of the questions. I've been hearing from you. Starting with pools is it safe to take a dip properly maintain to pull. Water will not be a source of spread of the virus. The chlorine that's in its will inactivate virus fairly quickly and the level of dilution that would happen in a pool or notional or lodge freshwater body would not lead to enough virus to establish an infection. But when you do this, you need to just make sure that we're maintaining an appropriate physical distance and create a little bit of extra space I. Don't know if you or your family members have been doing any hiking or going for long walks around your neighborhood. What precautions do do you think people should take if they just WANNA go for a walk or a hike? So, we have as a family, we each have three mosques We have a better quality one if we get into grocery stores or anywhere. We know there's going to be a lot of people. We have one win. We're just going to do a show. Than we have out general sort of mosque, which is a neck data that we use any time we go hiking or around the neighborhoods where we know that we are able to social distance the vast majority of time, but there are some times where the path my narrow and. while. The brief encounter is not as risky as the longer one. It's not no risk and you don't know the risk factors of the person that is walking past you and I tend to take mosques a little bit more altruistically. It is about me wearing them to protect us, and so when we get in that situation, we just literally pull up gate of mosques over our face. We do that about fifty feet out from the person or people. People so they can see what we're doing. And then we just run a little bit of a wider above as we possibly can. Games like soccer or basketball, would you? Would you be okay? People playing those? Yeah, I'm eat soccer coach and I really want to get my teams out on the fields, but not playing scrimmages yet were not sure enough especially with children about their role in infection and transmission, so no, I'm not yet there for. Those sports, but as long as it doesn't bring you in face to face contact. I think the the risk is low. A baseball of Frisbee is not right up there where I'm spending my anxiety. What about a road trip this summer for family? They want to go on a road trip and stay in either a hotel or an AIRBNB. Something like that. If it's your own family, I'm not to consent. Call head to the hotel. Will the YOU'RE GONNA? Stay at ask what they cleaning protocols are end what this Stafa wearing while they cleaning the room and if that comes into line with what your risk is for your. Your family then I would proceed a medium sized gathering like a birthday party or a wedding ceremony. Would you be okay with that? Weddings done outsides with appropriate spacing. Absolutely it can be done a birthday party again in a backyard outside can be done. I. Just encourage people to bring their own chairs while it's nice to stand up in chat, we find. People stopped to move closer and closer the more comfortable they feel, and if you've got a chair, you don't drift and that just maintains the safety while keeping the social aspect I. I really love your your practicality because you are thinking exactly how people probably behave. Disneyworld they're planning on opening up in July. What do you think about amusement parks? Yes, so amusement parks I mean if they they can institutionalize cleaning and. Keeping. Systems like lines organized better than almost anyone. We know they're in the business of doing that. But when we're bringing a lot of people together, we know the risks come up. My major concern comes with the rides that put people into slipstream. I don't know enough about aerodynamics and transmission on Roller coasters, but I can only imagine from being on them in the past that someone that screaming in front of you. Whatever's coming out of them as coming directly onto you in pretty intense. For a few minutes.

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What's the First Nation with Totally Dark Skies?

BrainStuff

02:32 min | 6 months ago

What's the First Nation with Totally Dark Skies?

"A US based nonprofit organization with the mission of preserving dark skies and cutting down on light pollution there are about one hundred thirty certified dark sky parks preserves and communities around the world from Death Valley National Park to the Namibian Nature Reserve in Namibia to the tone of Flagstaff Arizona. But neely is the first and so far only entire nation to receive this prize seal of approval from the Association. The recognition has made a celebrity of the one hundred Square Mile Island. That's about two hundred sixty square kilometers with a population of one thousand six hundred which is located roughly fifteen hundred miles or twenty four hundred kilometers from New Zealand in the middle of the South Pacific. Ocean NEELA is a self governing state but it maintains a free says Houston with New Zealand which represents its tiny neighbour in many international affairs sheer remoteness alone contributes heavily to the islands dark environment but according to the international dark sky associations requirements the villages commit to using artificial lighting that leaves the night. Sky unspoiled unveiling the Milky Way. The ANDROMEDA Constellation and other brilliant starry objects in their full glory that meant retrofitting or placing street lights and lights in private residences and businesses culturally. The dark designation will help protect part of the island's heritage for centuries people have used the stars and lunar cycles for navigation on the seas neely is

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"neely" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

04:45 min | 6 months ago

"neely" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Hey the one thing that came over the While we've been talking here L. Prize Day. Portnoy boss tweeted out just got hit with a one hundred sixty seven thousand dollars trading penalty for trading with funds. I didn't really have on Friday. Hashtag Yolo you only live once so Davide trade. It sounds like you had a rough day. I don't understand how that shit goes on the last guy to break it down. But he tweeted that hundred sixty seven thousand dollars penalty. So why would you think just wouldn't allow you to trade when she didn't have the funds right? It's like I say this it would. It would ruin my month. If that happened to me. He just like tweets it out and doesn't really care. I went on with him one day last week. I'm hopping on again this week. I opened an account. I'm GonNa Start Day. Trading no clue same as M. No clue what I'm doing but if I could see he wants to make he's trying to make like seven hundred grand in one day he's nuts. I if I could ever make a couple of grand every day. Boom Boom Boom Boom. We just get a stock. It goes up a tiny bit. You sell it off. You get the money that they shot it down the rest of the day. Wall Street Witty. I'll start with your cash. Shirts quite frightening shirts baby. I don't understand any of that stuff. If you gamble on football or hockey game and then you lose you see what happened to cause you to lose you. Watch the game. You see how it all unfolds in this game if you WANNA call it. That is a company. Goes up down. You have no reason. Why for the most? While you've got you've got to read a lot if the other other things that are happening our gang all. I WANNA go back to the shitting in the garbage cans. A lot of people are going to be like well. Why don't you just go in the toilet and I'm like I know exactly on top of the clog nece just clogged even more. No I know but the thing is clean bowl like the for whatever reason it clogged a little deeper so I didn't WanNa like it's still. I can't get in touch with the maintenance guy like I just didn't want it to be too hopping out and grabbing a plunger plunging it down and moving on with your day. Yeah but I panicked and I ran to the fucking kitchen and I thought I can get rid of this quicker. It's out of my hair. It's now the dumpsters problem. Not Mine and I did a good job of cleaning up anyway. It's good it's good response in in a in a panic now eating you didn't ruin a pair of underwear pants and you make a mess in your home wasn't Turkeytrot either. Was well executed. I'll give myself that one other thing I have to explain. All this is is this morning. I knew that it was clogged. I tried to flush it hard again. So it would have would have the pressure would have pushed it through but then it rose to the top so when. I finally had to take that shit after I drank a cup of Coffee. Totally forgetting that. My toilet was clogged. I didn't WanNa Shit into a ball. That was basically close to fall. Like it would have been like. Quickest reaction was a run to that garbage can the kitchen and then and now here I am telling the story on the fucking podcasts. Yeah you gotta go you gotTa go and the last thing you want to do rather shit in a bucket then have shit all over your bathroom floor. In addition a gag you made the right call. I think I think let's bring to the twitter poll L. Dilly go all right gang. Well listen everybody It is Monday. It is a new week. I know it stopped to keep days would know days. It is groundhog day but everybody thanks for tuning in we do appreciate the support during the Scott crazy time and not have a great week out there and we'll check back with your Thursday. Take care all nope stay healthy. Everyone thank you for listening piece as always. We want to give a huge. Thanks to a great sponsor. A STICK UNBIASED. Do all this stuff. Big Next the new Amsterdam Wagner and everybody with Pink Whitney Big Nightclub Stapleton Timmy. With Boise's awesome stuff. Check it out a big thanks to our friends over at simplisafe. Home Security. Use them in a big next everybody over at Ziprecruiter looking to hire want to check out greatly don..

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"neely" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

10:23 min | 6 months ago

"neely" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Podcast zero blog thirty. They aren't they had former Pittsburgh steeler rocky bleier on the other day and what a fantastic job. Those guys did. He had an unreal story. He was you know played at Notre Dame was drafted in the sixteenth of yeah NFL draft. He's in his locker room and he gets what he called. His first piece of Fan Mail knows from Uncle Sam and he gets drafted into the military. You had to go off the Vietnam you know. Here he is looking at a possible. Nfl career and steady Adagov. The Vietnam Sherve his country and he ends up getting a Purple Hot Lebron's style recipient of both of those. He comes home local hero national hero and then he's got this whole football career ahead of Plan for the steelers wins. Four Super Bowls He's basically a legend in Pittsburgh. Ask Anybody Rocky. Bleier in their face to light up and JAPS was said. He wasn't too familiar with him before now considers my friend who was just a really great episode. I know you WanNa talk about a little too Biz. Yeah I WANNA make sure people who are interested in. It were directed that way there. He said when he got to the steelers locker room one of the days of early on when he first got there. There was a fan mail table. And one of the guys say. Hey you got a piece in. And he threw it over so he opens it up and it said he had a report the next morning at seven. Am and if you listen chaps. A- PODCASTS Euro Block thirty he describes in length of out the attack and how he ended up getting shot in the leg and four of his army mates and being killed in that attack and he survived it. It took him. I think four or five years to recover from the bullet wound that entered his leg And then he goes on to enforce super bowls and he was a big piece of he was a running back and just I think I think he was an all pro as well so a fascinating story and I even notice it Noticed one of the comments in this guy wrote also not sure it's been covered but rocky sits on the board of Nevado and has spent years advocating for small veteran owned businesses. I've met him at events a few times over the years. And you'd never know that he is a certified bad ass just down to Earth guy a true American so that was one of the comments. So I I'm guessing Navab always is that The small veteran owned businesses. They help form so. That's very cool. So this guy is obviously very involved in. Ra saying that he ended up going back there. That's like that's so intense and fully shit man all your friends die on the battlefield there in back and you think that quarantines tough right now these guys are laughing if you think this is tough you know what I mean. It's like what they were doing and what that guy's been through that's just incredible and I didn't even know the story so I'm kind of excited now that I have something to watch and check out after we finish recording to actually get the whole in depth story of it. Have you ever have you ever even given that thought like what if you got a letter right now saying you have to go overseas and fight? I every every generation just get softer and softer. It's I'm way way software the NAM and then in a couple of generations. They're going to be way way softer than me. Which means they really won't touch the hockey game but it's still I mean. They sacrifice everything. The greatest generation just hey time to all. Us even later right. He was Vietnam. So that's different. What year was that all right late sixties Vietnam officially the US got involved officially in like the early to mid sixties? I've been doing whatever should before that. But Yeah Vietnam. Wars the Clinton in I WANNA say early sixties. And how many years were were kids guys getting drafted? Yeah fucking a lot a lot of. How long did it go? You know and stop the draft Shoot what was I was late sixties early seventies but I you can excuse me alive. No no no. I didn't know you may not always just wi fi that motor. I'd be scared shitless. Yeah a Lotta people did. Draft dies draft based off anyway but no big old fifty s later to go back to not just Vietnam. But you know it's a where the battle happened and you could see the video. How emotionally guiding? You can't even imagine how powerful that must be some zero block thirty chaps. Who's the other host? Is it got caffeine cons and Kate. Yep All right Kathy Constitutional. Check that out guys on getting him on. What a story. Anyways I got a I got this note sent. This is crazy busy. You'll probably appreciate this Calvin Crow. He was on the Nipple. One Nipple in hawks in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League and the ninety six ninety seven season he had seven hundred twenty three penalty minutes late but even season seven hundred and twenty three and a single said okay. Well they're counting tens and this Guy Sansa ridiculous ship the entire season. There's no way they not. They're not counting tens. If you're getting to that number but I mean he must have had ten every game. It's absolutely insane. So I am digging when I saw that now the most penalty minutes all-time in that League is thirteen hundred twenty by Kelly clip and Stein of the way burn red wings. This guy had more than half of that record in one season. Seven hundred twenty three is obviously more than half thirteen twenty. That's an I don't know if we should be celebrating that this I hopefully. He wasn't like murdering people. Let's hope it was all verbal. He's been in prison for thirty five years into some guy's throat. He's just like throwing tape parades here of. Corinthian mentioned one. Nhl Yet this guy's getting his own little segment splitting a salad. Fucking Joe Exotic. Yeah no balcony comes out with the Hannibal Lecter Mask on for. They bring them in on that little they call that when they reel them in the Dolly Dolly Governor Love the suit on God. He played one year on the coast Biz. Right slow sixty six games played. He had four hundred fucking penalty hallmark. Goodness in east coast just being a menace. And then he played one game in the now defunct. Ihl which a similar to the GEL. What fifty eight minutes one game? Seventeen penalty minutes. Oh Tanta five until show. He got his money's worth. Interestingly he was born in Tehran Iran back in nineteen seventy six interesting. We're not endorsing that. But battiston credible stat. Yeah it's pretty pretty wild stuff man. It's not something you hear every day boys I I don't know if you have you guys done free cable channels over the since you've been home dude. There's no better words in the English language and free cable. I've been getting a Shitload of channels. That new arm would call it Quentin Tarantino once upon a time in Hollywood. That dropped on cable Friday night. I think I watched it five times since it dropped his. Don't understand that I I remember. Meet one of our first episodes saying the same thing. How do you watch something five times? Know exactly what's going to happen? Physics like to me. It's like it's sounds coin. But it's like odd man. You could just appreciate it a different way. Like I watched slapshot twice three as the other day and I actually saw things that blogs are being read. Because he's got to watch movies twenty I I so so how many how in. How many days did you watch? Once upon a time in Hollywood five times I not front the backfired times but I watched the front back Friday night when it debuted and then it was on night again. I probably fell asleep. I'm going to be honest. I've turned that movie on. I think three or four times now and I've been unable to finish it once upon a time. I thought it. Severe the overrated. I didn't dislike it but I just the way I heard about it. I just I couldn't imagine if I've seen that once or maybe twice the now throw it on right. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA I'M GONNA I'm GonNa go on and say though I'll give it a chance on completely finished it and I'll blame in my on my attention span. Now if we're talking cutoff you fucker. Now you maybe lose my train of thought you asshole those on my goal. Okay okay. Let's Tacos are really enjoyed season one. Okay it's easy to start me too so so cure. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA put it in the break and bad realm but the problem with Ozark in not going to say it's a problem yet is I'm having a hard time getting between the middle of season two so I feel like once I get through the middle of season two and get to the end where probably ramps up a little bit. I saw the trailer for season three recently. And it looks fucking in. Let the kids. All the kids are saying let word it looks like it's pop and I see people online all excited about it so I think that's going to be my next my next thing. And then you guys have kept saying the wire so this quarantine period goes a little bit longer here. The wires one that got to check out now the thing about the why of Paul. I headed actually. A one of my father was tag. Dan said I put it on. I couldn't get through the first two episodes in the first thing I asked the guy says. Did you have your phone in your hand. And he's like your boss to be. Yeah I goes. If there's any show you cannot watch with your phone in your hand. It's the why it every quiet your absolute one hundred percent to get the full grasp what you're saying nope you have to shut the thing off ahead not have any. 'cause I know busy you know attentions struggle sometimes but this show fucking suck chuen and you've got to pay attention while it's because I'm working constantly. I gotta we gotta get shifted around so I got Ta da time aside. You do have to put because there's so many minded not my show many details that if you missed one you're going to be lost three or four. I gotta get an adderall prescription washes as far as ozark tapped out of the season. One man I felt like if I like season five over showtime show where the plot was just ridiculous like see the bill it gets compared to breaking bad which I think is ridiculous is breaking bad was on another level. Because it's you know sky doing the right thing for his family but he's in criminal becoming a criminal. I think too. I think the high end acting in Ozark is better than big. Brigham bad I that I forget the woman's The craziest thing you've ever said Linear fifteen years. Laura Linney great actress. I think she's she's tremendous. She's way better than than Walter White's wife..

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Spittin' Chiclets

08:19 min | 6 months ago

"neely" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"You answer the bell for that. That's you know part of hockey in my opinion You know I certainly understand you know with with concussions and everything that we know about concussions now But I still well. The other thing I hate is after a good hockey hit. You GotTa wait now. I get it. Yeah so you know the fighting. Okay but I I. I still love aggressive hockey and still like to see guys getting blown up and with a good hit. I mean now. With some of the rule changes were players. Like okay I'M GONNA turn my back so you know he won't hit me but sometimes it's just too quick. You can't stop. Where before guys would they would brace themselves for a hit wall? You you say you're wires can snap and we have all seen that post playing career in some videos in the in the press box. How hard how hard is it Ben to just not have any control over the game you know? You're almost more nervous in those roles than you're playing no question You know when you're player you think okay my next shift. Maybe I can make a difference or next period or next game. You know a lot of a lot of times for us. All the decisions are made and we're just hoping that works out right anxiety field. Yeah you dislike you know. Let's just get through this healthy. Let's get a win. Let's get Outta here. So what do you remember when you're down to? Oh and the Finance Vancouver flying home were you were you. Were you thinking I were fine over you? Jesus well I felt I felt like You know we were in both those games so I you know I wasn't I wasn't Overly concerned you know you're always like for me. It's like let's win these the odd number games so one three five seven. Obviously right so I'm like you know you gotTa Win Game Three and then back in it So in in our home record in that finals was was crazy. You know just what the goals guys were scorn and But just because we're in in those first. Two Games say felt pretty confident we get climb back into the series. I actually want to go back to the Dr Act and stuff. I was watching to my wife a few months ago in an old nine to one zero episode. Come on who comes on. This guy was everywhere. I only two roles movies we go on TV. And I think I think it was just after Nike might have bought Bali because everybody had like all the players on the on the TV. But how did that come about like I forget how that came about A doing some kind of a hockey scene and Jason Priestley was. Yeah and and they did was in the mighty ducks movie so the director was also he directed some family ties episode. So maybe that was Okay Connected Still Michael. J. Fox Yeah we doing. He's he's amazing I mean I. It's it's hard but his his attitude about life and his lot in life is pretty special. He's done so much to raise awareness and money trump believable marketed. Wild to see that he's still out there too crazy. I think he got one. Maybe the loudest applause ever at the at the garden. One they one of the Charity Games. I tell you right when the building I I might have been a lot of. Saber heard that building. He skidded for the game. Yeah he loves. He loves hockey He's always watching. Do you feel the pressure here. Just because of you know original six team I mean now that you guys are very very competitive. Does he ever get to be too much? It's too much. I mean you know we have. Everybody has expectations right. We have our own earn internal expectations. Obviously our fans have expectations I think what's happened with the success of the other teams in the city. Certainly you know starts driving everybody okay. Well we've got to be good But I you know it's it's a great market to play in. It's not it's not as intense as maybe some of the Canadian cities but it's for an American city. It's a great. It's a great market plan. the fan base is smart. They know they know what they're watching. They've either came with their grandfathers fathers or mothers and grew up with the sport. Play the sport But it's it's you know there's there's Everybody wants to win right. So which is not a bad thing. And one of the charitable endeavors. You took pot. Here was the nearly house than nearly foundation. What's what's the status of that. That's the loan. Strong yet is We've been very fortunate with the support on. Unfortunately most people had been touched by cancer in one way shape or form so You know I just felt at the time when I was a player that I was going to do something in memory. My parents lost both parents to the disease. So now we're looking at doing something At the Friedman School over at Tufts Medical Center with more bringing in more nutrition and health and wellness because You know when you go through cancer you get all these treatments and you get these drugs in your body then your immune system gets shot down so you try to. We're going to try and help bring up the immune system with this great doctor WHO's A great nutritionist and understands what patients need and what they're deficient in. So we're looking forward to doing that. Yeah I just felt listeners. Roi Unaware the opened the nearly house I several years ago like you said after you you lost both parents in its for when people I have a nephew of mistreat of against it somewhere for them to stay up for hotel and all that stuff so yeah I mean we've had almost six thousand family stay there since ninety five so it's it certainly need you know you don't realize he sings ray where there's family. Sometimes it'll travel two hours each way to come for treatment the then they got a park or or maybe they just lived just too far away in but they can't afford hotels so we're you know we're we're doing we can to help. Put Them Up. Saw not to worry about that. Just worry about getting healthy. That's amazing 'cause thank you so much for coming in already. Did you have more ourika talk if seventeen we appreciate I. Two One more journal question to tap it all off. Give your best shot shoot. Come on I already shuttle those words this do people do people close to you and your life like no stay away from him. Maybe after a tough loss right now currently by the team one hundred percent yeah I camps car and Taylor to. It's I get home and it's you know I. The deck is cleared I I've heard stories when I get in the elevator. People say much did you drop kick his SC best in the locker room. Did we hear? That's Yeah Yeah Yeah Philo Philo Listeners. On that one Oh I guess the the boys were one time about you know. Wouldn't it be great if Cam came into that so Yeah so David David. Back is came and asked me if I would do it And I'm like yeah I'll do it. Why not so? But and finding was the M- my buddy who actually was the one that delivered that line was at the game and if I would've known if I would've known they wanted me to do that. I would have had to come in the locker room in a costume. Well thank you so much. Camping congrats on incredible career and a second career in Haughey's president of the Bruins. So we appreciate very much coming on my pleasure and grassy. Thank you read your article by the way great article. I appreciate that we didn't. We didn't mention your son falls the show yes. He doesn't play hockey but he's tally right. And he's very intelligent. I hear yeah. He's he got him for mom. I guess you gotTa Shout Them Out. So Dad showed me all right my son Jack. He watches you guys. All the time loves the show. So Jack. This is for you awesome. Well he's pretty much your reason. You came on Jack Cinema Birch Pakistan..

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"neely" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

11:16 min | 6 months ago

"neely" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"You want every chance to win. That's why we're playing. I mean you'd think about winning Stanley Cup the Stanley Cup of player. So you WanNa you know if if you have ownership that's willing to spend to the cap but now I think it's you know because there's a Cap. It's probably a little bit different now. Say Oh they're not spending to the cab fans can recognize that now right wasn't as a parent. I think we'll new but there was no facts about it so I mean those teams. Those Boston teams are so good. You mentioned the two finals appearance to just incredible oilers teams. I mean what do you remember about those series as it was at a lot closer than it seemed to thank eighty eight? We you know we weren't anywhere near as good enough to be Edmonton. I thought ninety. We had a chance. We had that triple overtime game. Yeah clean and Wesley Unfortunately missed an open net And that took a lot out of that game And then it was just over after that but I thought we had a better chance in ninety than we didn't aid for sure. You mentioned Glen Wesley. He was part of the deal that Eventually to Boston from Vancouver surprise that deal is still paying dividends for the organization all this time. It's amazing to me. Someone's done this tree hockey tree and it blows me away the still. There's still some fruits from that deal. Yeah on a team right now. Sean Corre yeah all these only thirty years later. That's pretty wild insane. Trade is still a or did you find that one are no that one. I've seen actually a lot before us. How crazy it just never ends. So obviously you've seen this. How did you see that you on Social Media Cam Tamas and what? What are? They called me runner accounts. Yeah I'm lurker. Checking the follow. Certain I follow a lot of people but no one knows the following them. So now you're on the tweed I don't Do any of that stuff. You're on the other side of it. Now what do you make like? I Love Brad Marchand. Yeah and I'm a coyotes fan. I'm like every team. And Yeah he crosses the line may be a tad so do you guys. Kinda giggled sometimes house ridiculous. It is a while you have to and I mean you know you love you ever sense of humor. Yeah you love on the ice. I mean there's a couple like the licking I'm like Brad really with licking tax from from campus. Like okay you know but I gotTa tell you if he's not on your team. There's no question you hate him. But if he's on his his teammates love him you know he's a he's turned himself into Helluva player And he's and he's you know he he just doesn't give can I? Can I say Shit? He's LEA yeah. I think you could say a lot of things. Well we talked about. Just you know as you became a Bruin. The domination that you had as a player in the team and then everyone knows. There's a dirty vicious hit that that that took. Oh your leg by off. Samuelson what are you? What are you remember about that moment? I'm sure it sucks to think about but immediately what happened after the treatment. How how that all went down. Well obviously a lot has changed right from From when I was playing as far as treatments and recovery and rest But I just started a snowball effect when you know because I had to be put in a so such a hard. Hit that part of my quite Solidified so Started turning to bone so they had to treat it like a broken bone so I was in a straight leg. Brace for two months sees the problem was I wasn't on crutches. I was balking normally with a lamp on so I think walking like that for two months without being able to bend my knee. It created a problem in my in my knee when I came back in Early January so I. This happened in May in the playoffs and I. I didn't come back until early January We played in Toronto one nine. And we're coming back home to play Montreal The next night I woke up from the game in Toronto my knee was blown up. No pain I don't know what did there was no pain associated with as full of fluid. Nothing in the game at APP. No so Pl- solid docs are like. Well you know this is a body and said No. I have no pain or anything. Well why don't you can play tonight. And then we'll take a look at it tomorrow so swallowing wasn't going down finally said well let's do a scope. Did an M. I don't even know if we didn't MRI then Par and probably did an MRI then but they said well. Let's have a scope and take a look and see what's going on in there so I'm thinking that worst. I'm ten days out some common to the docks looking over and he goes Your season's over and I'm concerned about your career as you will. Yeah no bedside manner there. Jesus kid and just get the information. While he's groggy so I can get out of here decisions while Cam Nealy was asleep. Holy Shit so. There was a big like size of a dime piece of Joint surface cartilage on the end of my femur in my knee that was torn so they had to drill a bunch of little holes in my femur to create some blood that would that would hopefully create this fiber cartlidge so Then I had to be in this in this continuous passive motion machine for three weeks for twenty three hours a day. Oh my God. It was torture. It was unbelievable. But I'm like I'll do whatever you guys say. I have to do to try and get back to play so and then of course you famously. School of fifty goals on everyone said one leg basically in forty four games. I hate how they say. It's forty nine game. Drives me crazy but I how did you get that done man? I mean you basically on one leg and you scored fifty goals. Well having a hell of a Centerman help get down. The Ice Somehow But what what what I was doing was. I wasn't playing back to backs Because my knee was still acting up and I wa- I stopped morning skates. Which at first that. God you know because you're like that's a routine feel like you need it. Yeah you know. You're in the routine offer morning skate. I don't know if you know. How's IT GONNA affect my game? I'm I'm telling you something. It changed how I felt at night. Mike you know you know say. Get up the equipment on take it off a waste of time now. Teams are gas in it. Yeah it's to me waste of energy it really is. I mean unless you want to work on some things but you know I think it was instituted as we all know for the back of the guys back in the seventies two zero bars or sweated out. Yeah exactly you know because as though true. So now Geyser Sweat Note almond milk soy milk. But that season I mean were you doing. Were you doing a ton just to get ready to play? Every night was one of the yeah. That's at work. It was a mentally. It's exhaust yeah I just I mean I lived in the training room which socked and Just a lot trying you know. Get out there and play the Games but you know I mean you as a player. You'll do whatever it has to do to get out there and and two years later you know your career. It was completely cut short but even that last year you're a point per game play over twenty five goals. It was just more the mental aspect. I can't do this anymore. Well what happened was I think You know no-one can really say for sure but I really feel like so. My right hip started bothering me. Well actually I thought it was. My Groin said pain in my groin. And and You know just wouldn't go away and it was constant and you know working on my groin constantly and they finally. Let's get an x ray in. My hip was mush so I think it was because it was my right hip and all the injuries were on my left leg. I think overcompensating for those years. Yep You know plus hockey players we you know we the way we skate so weird. Yeah it doesn't it doesn't Bode well for the hip joint so it was just the pain. I I just couldn't deal with the pain anymore. The hip and was all day couldn't sleep. It was just. It was horrible. That's no way anyone should live. That's why I think. Sometimes people don't even realize athletes it can seem like it's going great when you're scoring fifty but every single day is trying to get through. It's it's hard to imagine to continue to do that. the animosity. I mean I know samuelsen's in the in the press box sometimes now like you ever bump into. Oh Mike. Have you guys ever had a conversation? I actually remember? He was with the coyotes right. And in the course This is the year they ended up winning at can with the Bruins and we. We played that game in. Prague. Oh right yeah. And we ended up going to that castle before a game and him and him in Osama Sarah in the same room. Thinking fucking Donnybrook in here sea bass is in the room. I we have. We haven't really I've never really bumped into them to have conversation. Yeah you don't need to now. We don't need to was a tough. I mean soon. It was tough to not be bidault when you career ended when he did the way it did or are you still maybe a little bit perhaps You know I'm not I'm not bitter. It was really difficult right. I'M GONNA be a retirement. Yeah the first three years were very hard because I still felt that. Play a high level You know wh not many athletes can retire when on their terms. So you know we all know that going in. We're either toll. We're not good enough or an injury happens It was just. It was frustrating. Because I lost a lot of good hockey a lot of great hockey I mean right after the you say for three years it is hard. I think every player goes through it. But now you're in a position where. I think it was two thousand seven. You start you work back with the Bruins and and as like being on the other side of it as Biz mentioned. Does it make you appreciate more? What what kind of players go through every day was what your side goes everyday? Excuse me yeah I mean I. I think it's really kind of a great learning experience of of you know the business side of right because we focus on just being a hockey player. When when you're playing and don't really understand you know really cared understand what what's going on And how things Iran and wire decisions being made that way and nor should the athletes. We just just you know the players should just focus on how they're going to play well every night but it was just. It was really interesting learning experience. What do you make of the decrease in fighting and basically lack plays policing themselves like they did? When when you played from my P- I hate it when they put the instigator rule in. Yeah Join. The club You know I thought that that really you know that was the first step in the direction of really reducing fights. I was never a big fan of the stage fighting and and okay. Nothing's going on my tough guys. GonNa Fight your tough guy. I didn't really understand that I could see if there's something in the course of a game that piss somebody off and like okay..

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"neely" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

09:58 min | 6 months ago

"neely" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"For twenty percent off your first order also follow them on Instagram facebook and twitter at eat boy. Geeze B. O. Katie. Yes and of course. That's out buddy timmy stapleton whose A good friend of the program. He's behind this company and we can vouch for that while I was built on that technique. Jerky we can vouch for the flavor. It's unreal. He always hooks us up. What boxes weren't run? The Road Biz. I know you dummy. Fifteen bucks one hundred hundred bags of it and my cupboard right now. I love the stop piece. I call it weak. He's I told him. I said if you say it like that more people are gonNA remember it. It's it's delicious Speaking of we talked about the sandbag. I did that video on the front of that one. They are one of the companies that have stepped up and who are going to donate ten thousand to the Player Relief Fund. So big boy for doing that boy. Hey I had people reach out to mask and how they can donate and I got thrown over g because that page on our side is being set up where there will be a go fund me for them. I believe g you can take it away. Yes Oh on Tuesday. We will launch the E. E. C. H. L. Players Relief Fund on Barstool Sports Dot Com. Where you can go anyone out? There can go and donate if they want to help. And it's going to not only the players the coaches staff. It's going to everyone involved the East Asia so a lot of people work behind the scenes to make that league happy tons of APL. Thank you people at Barstool Adam Liebowitz. What's Ryan's last name? Mcdermott Ryan McDermott. The sales team for stepping up and getting all these brands on board. I think we're GONNA fill up all six slots and we're going to get some money raised for these players. I had a conference call with Larry. Land in a bunch of the player Apps and just let them know. Hey were you know? We're thinking you guys in in what some of the grind that you guys are going through right now but we're GONNA try to get you every dime that you were promised to finish out that year. The goal is one hundred case. So we're going to set the goal at on the website at one hundred k. So again we're asking listeners. Out there to to help us get there are already love it. Thank you G. R. A. Back over to you Dan while we're talking about that. Because I got very hot fell diem from fellow. I don't didn't ask to use his name so I won't use his name in case you didn't want to very very emotional heartfelt note about you know what we're doing and how thankfully wasn't you know. I know people here Pro Hockey. And these guys yeah. They're pro hockey player. But some of these guys are making clarin a few hundred dollars a week after taxes and this that and the other thing and you know they Boston Balls Jason a dream. Obviously you know as you have an emotional connection to them so you know we're not subsidize fancy lifestyles here. This guys needs to pay his bills. He's got you know where they got wives and kids and and it's not a huge rally. Please please don't speak on it if you don't know what the fuck you're talking about. I think some of these guys are making sixteen seventeen grand a season and they if they have a family and some of these guys are young guys dream and that's what. We decided that we were going to help out. And then once we're done and we raised off for them if this is still going we're going to try to shift the focus. I mean we did. The bartender do right Yeah how many how many shirts we salt. We've sold almost four thousand church right now. Actually we've sold a little over four thousand what I thought it was. Forty five hundred. That's what I thought showtime you guys buying dog g thank you to the fans. Of course you guys are the ones moving the needle. So what else we got a couple notes about. You know what we'll get him out of the way a second avalanche play did test positive As a pair of NHL broadcast is. We don't know the players name not looking for it but the blues play by play man joined Kellyanne Sends Radio Analyst. Good Wilson each did acknowledge. They tested positive. The Blues did say statement that Kelly was quote now feeling strong and symptom free and NBA analyst a great Doris Burke if you watch the NBA. Yeah she tested. Positive Haute L. So we hear chicks WANNA SEND. Our Best. Wishes outset everyone to get healthy? It sounds like John's Phelan pretty healthy right now but anybody else who might be dealing with this. That's the now has a family member. We wish everybody the best of health but of course Dorothy is. She's a great analyst so if I don't know if she listens but pass along the doors anybody who knows we'll wish She's a g so as far as I know we just need. We need as many tests as possible. The more people we could test quicker that we could figure this all out right is that no is that a fact in all of this. It's one part of it. I mean more test would obviously how well we're woefully behind them in test availability But that's not gonNA radical it. I think the problem is what is did you see that graph. The other day on the blog that hubs wrote of all the they can track cellphones. Random people contract yourself on. It's fucking insane. Though it's like enemy of the state ship at anyways this guide track all the cellphones that were in Florida that week and you could see them right all right on the beach and then everybody went after in everybody reds out all over no of course not everybody had it. But they're exposed to it and then they take it back to where they go and it's like a giant game of welcome to go to college but that whack a mole game into constantly hitting a mole. That's what it's I I. It's like now it just as is most popping up everywhere. And you can't keep up the crazy graph. That's how it to every single one of them was he'll go on about whack. A mole at the end people used to say how fast it was going to slow down for me almost in my head. I never didn't go bing. Bang boom boom boom crazy. I know I sound making this up. If you tally up the points at the same time to for no other silly games are you. Good at 'em it's Kinda like you're playing ability your guy who's good with the puck. The game slowed down to you to me. It was like a million miles an hour when it was stay. So what other little games are you good at as a result of you being in the Matrix and able to sell things now I see you being a good St Ball? Guy You bomb pretty good but I got the long reaching. I'll get a little cheating going. They'RE GONNA get your risk a little further and you're supposed to get quick action. I fancied myself pretty Solid Ping Pong player. I'm a shuffleboard player. I Love My love shop. Oh Baby I self aboard but not a ton hockey. I'll fucking kill. I might be the best bumble hockey player in the universe. I lost one. Nothing down the lower side one. Yeah two young okay. Time out. You don't even the best guy in the podcast didn't score. Let me back this up. You guys can go watch the video too. I scored a goal where it hit the back of the plastic but it didn't go down down the hole that's a fact so I would've won one. Nothing and if Grenell was there videoing the thing I think I had the puck on my stick. Ninety five percent of that game it was a bloodbath in a seven game series. It's a four to one when I'm when we're out of this thing. It is on buddy where we're GONNA find a legit bubble hockey machine. But Bro I on my buddy mark. He lives in north of the city. He's got a Boston fed up. He's calling Max fucking bubble hockey. I know you guys know Shit. It's probably slanted downtown one direction on your side of it. I'm going to Max House to do it. It's unreal. He's got it set up like it's Canadians Bruin. So he has all the banners hanging above. It looks like the form of God from back in the day. It's probably the coolest next time you're in town we got a place where you can play unlimited Biz Biz. Throw it over to a Cam. Nealy all we know we got his. How did you see my tweet? This morning about I'll go fuck myself my tweet this morning about eating healthy. I've been eating soul healthy. Okay so I actually tweeted out if you eat one thing like healthy today. A rainy Sunday. You can't do anything if you eat healthy today you God bless you. I said I think that's why I made buffed it exactly so. I'm just eating like a sewer rat. I'm it's IT'S CARVED I've mentioned before I'm eating light trash. How are you eating? How you eating healthy right now? Being in the weather you're in probably helps. I will say this is not to rub it in. I think Arizona might be the best place in North America to be right now during. What's happening because I'm able to go outside at sunny mode stays? I can go for my walks per walks at twelve thirty at night while while during the weekend here I treated myself and I went out during the day I would stay away from people. Someone was coming I walk. I walk on the road like just you know but I was going all the way up and down and get that son. I just when I go to the grocery store I don't even tapped myself. I don't get much I don't get any stuff. That's in my boxes. It's all fruits veggies meat like Good Shit. I but I am lissack. Just wouldn't do. I'm a mental midget right now. In in this situation my anxiety has been extremely high so I need to do everything possible in your inner in order to keep myself somewhat saying to limit themselves to watch the news one day one day the worst you can do is put the TV on one day a week. You should watch the news. Okay so me and my girl though. I gotta ask you about this one with She was talking. She listens to this other. Podcast called your mom's house and it's Tom Sagarra. Sugiura and Christina P okay. I believe they're married. And there's another guy who hops in from time to time Very popular podcast. They get massive numbers so they played a game on a called dealbreakers. And my girl was telling me about it and I kinda wanted to ask you specifically because you're married whereas if maybe your wife pick this up from here forward because basically you're looking at your your dream girl which you've found yours but all of a sudden they developed something where you may be couldn't get over okay so I'm GonNa throw a few of these at you in this. These came up on their podcast. What all of a sudden she needed a suitor a pacifier in her mouth and her blankie to Don't give a fuck which is fair. That's what I said. I said I'd be more worried about that. Person Coming over the fifty fifty line like at my.

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"neely" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

02:29 min | 6 months ago

"neely" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"I was it was pretty funny when you drop that book I want to ask you. Don't feel golf fixedly. I know there's a couple journeys on is golf bill. There's nothing on. There's nothing it's all sports. They closed the courses to four. You could play. And then whatever the shutdown in Massachusetts is they included golf courses in that non essential so I drove to Rhode Island played. A course they're they're still open on a how long that's GonNa last. But there is not much going on in terms of golf. I would think that golf would be the one so for me. I would say. Go off in pairs and this is what they did it in Rhode Island Newport national. It's like a really nice course and it's and it's public so you pay online and then you show up and then you so there's you don't go inside at all and then you know you're walking around and four people stay away from each other. Oh you the ball like gets kept up like there's an the it drops in way going on in nyc on an NYC sidewalk. Yeah just in terms of getting outside getting exercise which leads to mental health that we've always talked about and being a little more at peace with kind of this crazy time everyone's Lebanon. I would think an assume that golf would be a pretty good sport to to be able to do all that but they decided with their decided. You play it more safe than sorry. It certainly is making it The days go by way slower Another episode reminder. Thank you to all your healthcare workers. You know a shutout to the people who are in the food industry and beverage industry who are still suffering from all this I think that Hopefully soon we're going to get a number where we're going to get on this. Some of you are adjusting. Really well some of you are taking a lot taking it. A lot higher than others That's I guess For those of you. Who aren't taking it very well. He plugging away H. Keep trying to find ways they can take your mind off what's going on. And and we wish you all shuttled to all the custodians out there too busy. That was my former line of work and still messes being made. That still needs to be cleaned up. You know the kind of style silently behind the scenes cleaning up messes made out there so That's another tough job. That people are getting laid off on gun rights are shuttled to the janitors. Absolutely I know we were just talking about golf. I we don't know on the next sandbag invitational is going to be. But we do know it's going.

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"neely" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

11:36 min | 6 months ago

"neely" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Podcast family. We're still in quarantine here boys but still grinding out the shows. Let's say hi to everybody. Make sure everyone's in a chipper mood. Mikey Granola what's up? How you doing? I'm doing great actually made a Buffalo dip today as you guys might know. I have the best. Buffalo dip also tried to learn a talk dance. That didn't go so well so I'm Boston right now. Now Young Kids Mattaya Tech. Talk this pathetic summer. 'cause that's I will say I. I think you're you're hello. Everybody was about a six out of ten landed a little. Sometimes you do Amara I fuck and like. I took a ten milligram Cialis but today's same Olympic disease I'm doing all right It was a you know relaxing. Megan I got some good workouts in been doing the lengths of the street right beside me up and down. Doing these lengthy body stretches getting my latte stretched out lot of hamstring than start. Doing some lunges get my gluts. Fired up so All in all very positive weekend. Still off the booze. Although I'm getting very tempted because I'm stuck inside my small temperature and last but not least Ryan Whitney the way Doug how we don't Buddy Gallo C. Oh yeah the GREYBEARD age and like a dog Paul Kid Rock Net Biz nasty while you got Iraq and the the shades the ball the ball so my girl listening to the podcast and she says she's never laughed so hard. When you gave it the ball at the bar by Kid rock. The Bang Bang Boogie. Did the big of Budweiser boogied. Ivano without even close now still. That's you. Yeah I have glasses on now because I saw a clip from last episode with and Hazy and I looked high of Shit. I smoke during the PODCAST. I think I let it fly a little bit more when I when I take a little bit of the the urban but I couldn't open my eyes but I think I get smarter considering it's turning off one of my centuries so essentially my eiser are shut off now. I'm able to listen and think better. So that's my opinion but if we are going to be using these clips I don't want people see me that high so just the way. This is all coming together. And the fact that that's why you have glasses on is is amazing to me because they shut down all the starbucks right the done everywhere except for the drive-thrus so you can you can go through the drive thru but what the issues. I go to this one in dedham. Save close to my House. Ten minutes no traffic and there's a forty car backup right. It's like a forty minute. Wait now the issue is nobody cares. Nobody has anywhere to go. And everyone's willing to wait so I listen. I'm getting off topic here. I went again today. It was forty five cars. I was so pissed it wasn't one hundred forty five cars. I'll take a three hundred car back up right now. Let's get off of three hours in the car. That'd be incredible. I went there the other morning. I'm with riders in the backseat getting them a blueberry muffin heated up devours them. And I'm waiting twenty minutes probably another fifteen minutes to eight and I see the car in front of me. This dude get out and starts walking towards me pointing at. He's like wit wit where I'm like. Holy Shit this kid's a Superfan and I put the window down just about. I don't know enough Let's say like eight inches. He goes to reach his hand. Walbro boy to earn a pandemic. He's sorry is the nicest guy in the world. These eight nine. I WanNa say I was listening upfront. In my rear view mirror I saw it was you and I had actually been dancing to that song. Brilliant or whatever it is by the weekend brilliant blinding lights whatever song and then the next one on spotify after hours. It's incredible as well so we're dancing so you must have seen dancing. I was trying to get Ryder to dance to. This all happens. And he's like I love. The show has walking away says to me and this ties it all together. Do Toby's not to smoke so much weed. I I said I go you. Why don't you tell them? What do you mean he goes? I just think he's sometimes too high. I said I don't think that's true at all. But if you wanNA tell them right a message now and then you come on and say that you looked too high so I gotta say maybe you looked like A. You could be blinded by a piece of loss at times. You never seem to item me. Feel you're always with me is ours. Can't control the ice. Yeah neither can I? That's why I've talked about wearing sunglasses throat. Airports Lot indoors a lot. I've kind of tried to get away with it. But or what's yours. How like that. What's your tell you kind of get slurred speech a little bit. Don't you want him high? Yeah no fuck no. I functioned highbrow. No I don't think every show. Every time I do a video. A clever boggled. My friends from home laughed their balls off. Like they think you're fucked up right now because they don't really like how about this one I. We know I'm still in shock. And how many pupil insult are as close? Like he gives two shits about the fuck. He's wearing on his body. I've been I mean. I was not known as a great dress that was a teenager so this is just like keeping with the theme of life. I would I I mean I think you look great. Charles like a young child with the sunglasses Orlin compliment. I got a nice Tan going right now. I laid out a little bit yesterday and I got that workout done in the sun. Now guys are. We haven't even mentioned our guest yet now. Younger than I was surprised. We got this guy. Tim Keller and I'll let you take it over because I feel like we've had a lot of bs on and you know there's ret from Fuckin- read era unhappy about that. We gotta start getting some maybe some current players on who we got a couple in the pipeline as well. We got confirmation from the. Hey knock on wood. Let's hope we get him. Ryan gets lost. Said he's coming on a little busy right now with chicken coop. And then we've got a bullhorn fat. So they were having a great year out in Vancouver. He's got a great personality and we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA get these current guys on mixed in with some old school guys. We mentioned we got Brennan. Walsh coming back on. I think we've probably averaged about one hundred thousand more listeners. Since we originally had him on but for new listeners. If you're looking for some it Some entertainment during the quarantine check. Oh Brennan Walsh's first interview Grenell may be hop in and give them the episode number. I can't think of it off the top of my head but today we got on Cam Nealy and that was a big one and I I thought he was excellent. I thought he really elaborated. He didn't go too much into detail but you could tell by his His facial reactions. And you guys will see that when the youtube video comes out. You know you could tell him. He meant what he said in his facial. Reaction set a lot episode. One seventy five brandon. Walsh came on thank you. Yeah I mean no secret I say is my favorite player growing up and a lot of great bruins people. Say What about Bob? Yar and I've said before or unfortunately I was too young to really remember any of the last year or two that he was here But neely is my favorite man's why I always one eight. Whatever whatever goofy leagues I played into whatever he was. You know my hockey idol growing up so to get him. You know when you are in town I reached out said. Hey you know if we've got a hotel room for two days. We'd love to have cameron than they come back with. Yes I I was like Holy Shit Man. Have you favorite player men and with I mean you you brought up a good point? I don't I don't know if this after the interview when he laughed like this guy what put up a point a game on one leg in his last two years and it's such a such an unfortunate story because this guy had to basie retire in his prime and the mental grind of having to get going for every game and doing it on one leg was just like eventually just kind of overcame at him and he had to retire soon. Yeah he had fifty goals in forty nine games and I believe it was actually forty. Five Games are a forty four actually forty four but the NHL pulled some scam to make it forty nine. I think he missed gains but it was. The you know the forty four games he had played in and that was on one one and a half leg. I me like it was. It was just incredible. And you'll hear when he talks that we could see the emotion take over when he talks about you know he had a lot of good hockey laughs. And that's what he lost so just getting into his life and career and I'll tell a quick story after the interview in a little bit but I think we'll just we'll leave it at that. But yeah you as us a great guy to get a hold of and finally get to sit down with a poster in college Vote Guy Twenty. Five years ago is oats book and nearly now five. I've been lucky enough fortunate to have this job that allow me to interview all three of them Solids I. It was a personal thrill as well as professional drill. Salt Lake with said. We'll get to that later. Viz You just mentioned Keith and hazy Thursday night's episode I think it might have been one of the numbers robot popularity wise in the feedback. It's been incredible. The Tiger fucking king means that they made with all of our faces on the Keith is Carol I mean you know it just kind of fed the mean machine more than anything else but it was a great show at a business. It's funny when you said you go. It did not surprise you. That Keith backed up Carol not one bit. I could've told you that the minute I saw carol appear on that show. What's what's crazy about Keith? To me is how opinionated he is but like he likes the trashier Shit like he watches the sixteen and pregnant. The keeping up with the Kardashians. I recommend a Bo. Burnham his His second netflix special. I believed Grenell. He's a big Fan. Well I had some people tell me that was so wonderful. Thank you for introduced me to that. And then other people who were on key sites who were like what swearing at me on twitter but his his opinions of of of the things that I enjoy how hard he is on. What was the one thing he was giving it to me? Last step sold for about the one thing was about five or six years. He was army pretty good. He was he got new at fucking tattoo line. He always gets me with the scarecrow. Attached I'm so mad that I didn't even pick up where he was going with. That keeps comedic timing. It's timing is everything and Biz you you got you're getting. You're getting rattled at hazy. But he did leave out a very key. Part of that story and that there was there was a fire going on inside carts apartment. Yes so hazy. Hazy is a bit of a space cadet and that's why we love him and there's a couple of people who were like. Oh well they took me about being too high to not get heats. One liners that he slides in constantly guys. If I acknowledged every single one of them it would have been a four hour podcast. It's non stop. This would happen in the locker. Sky would abuse me nonstop jeep. Nanos a bully. I would put him out and Tim and Malkin. We're in the same offer together. It would be there. Might be a fistfight. Because there's too much dominance there it'd be like Hydra King all over again hilarious. I'm not I think I might have been the only one who caught it. When they mentioned the Florida. Goalie Chris Rieger and he called him. Darren Riga I like. I don't know if that's the nickname for him in the locker room but The name He we kind of looked at each. I was it was pretty funny when you drop that book I want to ask you. Don't feel golf fixedly. I know there's a couple journeys on is golf bill. There's nothing on. There's.

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Some business owners hope to stay open despite virus

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 6 months ago

Some business owners hope to stay open despite virus

"Governors in South Carolina Georgia and Mississippi have refused to issue a stay at home orders even as leaders in some of the biggest cities in those states closed everything but essential businesses like grocery stores in Elgin South Carolina Erica Neely is still taking customers at her salon and hope that they would they don't make us and she was gloves and a mask and says safety is important but staying open is the only way to pay bills this is how I eat and has made known on your system John Connolly says some stay in home waters don't seem to flatten the curve last days got everything already plans in place yeah and the people around run around for most people corona virus causes moderate symptoms but for the old and those with existing issues it can be serious and lead to death I'm Julie Walker

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Bitcoin Battles $10,000

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

05:57 min | 7 months ago

Bitcoin Battles $10,000

"Active weekend and we still still tinkering around pretty cables right now. So let's talk about that. Let's discuss the elephant in the room that everybody is saying is very aware of and ten thousand so bitcoin over the weekend I actually found a long. I am long becoming stalking this position. For quite some time and The candle in the crowd on the two-day shot. I'm very happy to belong here. of the day with. I'M GONNA make a profit or not or ought I do know that my promo ability success is reasonably high bicester my trading records. But you never want to win is gonNA come. You don't know if it's destroyed all the next tried. You know that is if you flip the coin a hundred times in this guy to be a stretch re probably gonNA flip and land on towels five times and arrive at the probability of coming back to it being even author. Honda tosses is very very hot necessarily my trading okay. I'm I'm flipping the coin. I'm following the same strategies and structures every single time. I take that try Dr. No which tried is going to kill. The PIG will eno is that. I've got the probabilities in Moi. Five up now right now. That tries looking really really nauseous. But this definitely the hurdle of ten thousand you got to get through that region. I think that if we can get through that area I think we might actually have a little bit of potential upside mentioned. Carry through and the reason that I signed. This is because the has been a little bit of a battle up there at ten thousand. We saw yesterday in the evening. We pushed out through ten thousand in the Kennel. Started to get a bit wacky. Some big candle went straight out three. We wouldn't wish got into it and then back down a couple of hundred all's on a couple of hundred neely a couple of hundred dollars relatively quickly so we went back up there again to die. We pushed through ten thousand. We actually met a high of more than ten thousand and thirty six dollars before guiding a got scuttled other. Speak to now at nine thousand nine hundred and twenty eight point four tool percent today okay today so we are. We are having taught little hustle with ten thousand. If we can get through we good because we'll have cleared out the sales if not then there is potential further down. Saw what could also be an option is a consolidation now because the daily is not telling me enough. It's the Tuta I've taken my tried on. I really liked the look of his trend. Thus far we did pull back on the weekly can which was lost. Wicked closed point three percent. Up of the interesting thing is that we went down as low as nine thousand three hundred thirteen dollars before closing at nine nine. Seven one so felli good shift. We went into that cradles. Very close that cradles off the candle closet is a bullish candalyn. If we ingest I will get about ten thousand and then get above the high of last week's candle ten thousand three hundred thirty one. They've got the break of another. Hi sorry not a high sil- drug and then we break the high of another weekly candle that stocks we saw. We want small as we push on to new highs there the bitcoin just sitting there waiting seeing goes on. It's pretty slow at the minutes. Precipitous slow indeed. Now therapy has been my best tried for a little while. Buffet It's of move my stop up again after having guilt long way did I get long long. background to twenty three. My stops out to fifty six and I only had a two to twenty three to seven days seeks to stop very good trade. They locked in more profit highway currently sitting rotten out point two two percent and You know the weekly here gain loss. Cantwell's bullish close up six point. Two two percent in has just gone ripping streit outside. I be surprised at all to see except I saw a theory. Pull back a little bit this week. If the rest of the market does take a break because it has been a pretty still around were to seventy four seven point two five of a percent except as awesome. The kids their twenty eight cents. Were Dan point five percent. Little breakout happened yesterday. What say we just saw always? That's all it's doing. This does not a great deal more to decide really about Tom. About Excel pay. Bitcoin cash half a percent as I speak to you right now at full of five spot three five that is Willa. It's taken a long and again To Canada push the outside this another opportunity. Potentially if anyone out there trading those br sorry trading cradles base to ninety six and nineteen dollars down to three percent very solid way still locked coin do pull bucking that cradles to really nice move there. As a matter of fact the next tweet is preceding. That was eight point nine. Five percent move. It's at seventy eight dollars and seventy six cents. Currently down one point six percent on this day Eos perp. Masha talk of their deep pool but quite hard about south at three fifty. Roughly ran three fifty quite well. Our photos and thirty six point three percent. Bon Ami childhood really do like to look up here The bonnets contract on the two-day ripping the bonnets contract on the two against Bitcoin also ripping really good. It's at one percent right now. Twenty three dollars and thirteen cents. Kadota another pool back into the cried ozone over the weekend. The two day were six point. One percents We're looking good. They're really nice. Looking trend until break stamped low ally. There's nothing really to worry about for me. Just holding on and seeing what goes on the therion classics down one percent right now. Pretty Ivory agree pretty ugly looking shot. If on honest with you guys a little bit of consolidation starting to form around bat just show up at the ten dollar marks actually now that implies on what actually just throw that a more watch list to keep an eye on that nine dollars and sixty eight cents. Ten Percent Tron. Is Dan Warren? Half percent up two point one cents as well to round out that top ten.

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"neely" Discussed on Shades of Strong � | Shifting the Strong Black Woman Narrative

Shades of Strong � | Shifting the Strong Black Woman Narrative

05:28 min | 10 months ago

"neely" Discussed on Shades of Strong � | Shifting the Strong Black Woman Narrative

"Look cannot wait there yet. This misread current. Feel like I need to know. Thanks GonNa be enormous blessing all around for so many people with this one move is an impact so many lives is GonNa impact community is GonNa impact so much but more importantly he's GonNa show me that year girl you had that you got it loo- I cannot wait girl. I'm excited. I'm taking it on down looking forward to so tune in nineteen. You get down because when it's when it come on yes girl. Yeah all right. Let's go you got me over here all right so we were talking about living life on your own time. We've been talking about finding strength on your strong on your own time. So with that said repeat incomplete. My strong is is he. Why pinks faith because faces the center of everything? You're P she can make the best. We can be your best self. You've not so quick to react. New gets the roll slowly into that decision. And you're okay with you are in this. Like just a zen fill in that. Nothing can kinda conquer that nothing nothing supersedes. That is just a break. This is a beautiful place. Beat yes keys is all the things girl you are so right Gina. Thank you so much. Omar Valley gets out now. Girl August I believe but you'd be on the MOGRE. They say like yeah honey. She is shaking. Yes I made a point this year to combat like half the holidays the myself at home do whatever I wanted to do with. The girls went to do my mom just wherever ever GONNA row? I don't want to be flying because mine. Nasty on such a headache I just kind of wanted to chill and just kind of sit. In the moment of Indus enjoy it I have my decorations up powerlessness Halloween. I serious Christmas decorations yet at at three trees like I've known a day of just one tree. This is only do three the to add another three but I I. It's like it's just the beauty of it. I like to sit in my own view. The fireplace alight flights. Have Music going out dancing on the House that myself. I am so so so so embracing myself I really. I know girl I feel you on that. No here's the thanks. I mean we go through life and we make these tough choices and we try to please and we try to love. We try to offer everybody that when you can kind of get to that place telling you you don't want anyone at the tamper with it. You protect it. You love it a you secure. I just feel peaceful just hearing you say all right guys. We are going to get ready. Get Out of here Gina. Thank you again for being on Tele- people where they can find you on the in the online space You can purchase a book on Genie. Dot Com this is. This is my life. These are my rules right. That S to have my can build this edit a mirror to work in another sense real kneeling on twitter. I don't tweet a lot as you know instagram. Just Gina neely based of Gina. Neely and you and if you guys want to slap them I D M here for. I'm getting ready to start. Doing apply. Cast I remember you mentioning that. I've been playing around with our nor a whole lot about back asked me when I wanNA make sure I get it right because that'd be judged on a different standard I be talkin tastes. I love the night contains A. You're talking about because you know talking about things like tasting. The words like like the meat of the conversation as well so kind of a play on words of that but I'll be interviewing like shafts and caregivers and just relationships and how we can be better in in really happy will Create their own narratives win? It's not even what it really is. And how they're built at Smith it's going to be a whole bunch of step and have a lot of professional people onto helpless kind of navigate through these crazy times that we're in now in just the way we act toward things with this trafficking in you know the women and interracial relationships all of that good stuff. Ooh that sounds amazing because he's not going to be so then you will be the first of the year but yeah. I'm very excited. Abbott Fares WanNa stay in the loop all that follow on social media. She's Gina neely on Instagram facebook. And we'll just say. Twitter was Gina Gina Gina Neely. So yeah follow her. You can stay in Tunis. Her podcast during the DOT COM. Grab Accountable Book. All of that. Goodness are y'all we out of his. You know thank you again honey. Black Guy.

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"neely" Discussed on Shades of Strong � | Shifting the Strong Black Woman Narrative

Shades of Strong � | Shifting the Strong Black Woman Narrative

09:37 min | 10 months ago

"neely" Discussed on Shades of Strong � | Shifting the Strong Black Woman Narrative

"Welcome back to another episode of shades of strong. I am sure will and Nettie is going a little under the weather today so she will not be joining US got. I have a super special guest for you guys today and will not tell you. I am straight fan girl in right now. I am Dan girling for real for real because I love this lady so much. I've been following her from afar from what seems like a lifetime and I've been trying to get her on this show since August. But she's such a busy lady so when she hit me up and said Hey. I have so much space on my calendar list. This podcast episode. So you already know. I jumped on it for listen. I HAVE THE AMAZING GINA. Neely joining me in the virtual studio today now. Y'All may know Gina as the full of life celebrity show on the food network from down-home with the neely's but let me just tell you she is so much more than that. She's an entrepreneur. She's a reality television star. She has. She's a New Yorkers Time New York Times bestselling author. She's made guest appearances on Dr Oz. Good Morning America. This girl does all things so yeah. I am super stoked to have her here today. Haganah what's up girl now are you? I wonderful I am so excited to have you. We can finally connect our schedule so I know girls. It's been challenging. Hasn't it but listen. I've been why I'm following everything so I feel like I've been fucking around with you. You know what is so weird because I use that you follow him on TV. But I really feel like at greater connection came through instagram. I think so because that's when I slid in your dam. I look like your aunt like aunt so just that you know. Connecticut thing that Oh yeah yeah definitely 'cause we were commenting on each other stuff. So yeah I feel like I've been knowing you forever. I feel like we're best friends in my head girl. There's going to be an we best raise. Yes I'm so excited to have US years as you know on this podcast we talk about all the things that shake making sometimes break the strong one. What before we dive into that and kind of already told everybody probably a whole lot about you and your own worst. Tell us about Gina. Neely who you are what you do why you do it. What sets your soul on fire? Probably saved my biggest accomplishment for me is probably my girls just being a mother. I'm becoming a mother. Kinda gave insight on just what our moms have gone through and how I can sort it. Create my own narrative engrossed in my own way. I was raised up my Greg Grandmothers. I have a lot of old values as well as a lot of new wave value. So just having a bounce back and then also when I ventured off into the more the public world and just wanted TV. And before then I was actually a banker or out finances in loss prevention. So that's trying to catch the thieves. It was always my specialty and eventually into the industry and it just Kinda took on his own life. But I've always been able to adapt and that's one thing that I have to say when my strong gives us to be adaptable in what Mormon on foot in flow with that but now as I have aged a little more than fifty four girls older I would have to say much. Strongest pride now is just learning the art of no and learning to just not as I am not trying to please anybody and just live in my own life on my own terms. I always ooh yes. Yes yes yes. Yes all of that. And that's where we got talking about today. We're GONNA be talking about living a life on your own time so when I was Japan this episode. I ask myself the question like what makes a strong woman strong black woman. Because you know they're they're all these stereotypes and moves and biases in in all of that stuff. But when I thought about what makes a strong woman? Strong black woman. The thing the thing that came to me was her confidence. Her Courage de Wherewithal to go after life the life she wants her bonus speak out against injustices unfairness is her her ability to lead all all of that. Goodness is someone I look at Eugene debt is what I see I see you live life on your own terms. I see you living your life unapologetically. No matter where I see on social media you always have this huge smile on your face by you for me you. The essence of what a strong black woman is an evident in the title of Your Book. This is my life. These are my rules. So have you always been at girl? Oh no no no no no no no no no now know that all comes with growth and evolution of course circumstances that happen in our lives and being able to sort it. Make the choices that we have made even the tough choices as by like I was raised by single parents. Always some mom. Sorta persevere regardless of let my grandmother you know a lot of Schnell women and not a lot of male present the my life so just seeing them soda do what they need to do in in handled their business without an EMA. Sometimes we win win the tiers of their we still without because I always think laughter is the one thing that saved ourselves it saying that no matter what's happening. I'm always China smell. I'm always trying to let you in my tears if it's the any kind of controversy or whatever and I think that's also a downside because here's the other side to that is when you do that people think you'd be real so but they don't know that that's the mechanism to help you get through. Everybody has their own defense mechanism to help them move through shipped live so that was my in up. Always been a happy. Go lucky person inside of you know the dancing debt that quote units not about the store boundary. Dancing in the rain have always been an I love dancing by. Frankly of all ages dance in the rain and even when it's difficult but I still try to find a two step one step down. Was there a defining moment for you when you realize that I get to choose how I want to? Yes my defining moment came from me at fifty. Has WE AS MOTHERS? We cannot put our lives on hold. We want to make sure that our girls are straight and that was very very important for me because I have a day. My wasn't raised by father. My father was three years old and he is the seat so I didn't really have a strong role model from a male perspective. But my brother and then he was. He's the oldest another baby. So that's a huge gap there so I think for me. I always want to make sure my girls had their dad and had a family. You know what that looks like like when we re story but I am a lover of love so I kind of believe in the very till I know I know. That's how do girl we all girls have debt. So bad sorta gave me the strength in the next sort of made the choice to stay a little longer than I should so I took the L. At but at the end of the day once they get up and understood. I had to go ahead and do it needed to do. And so that's when the court steps there because the show. I've girls chewed that. Life is not given us we want had go ahead and redirect that in change that knowing what understanding about may not get it and that's okay you don't have to get a you're not understand it but as long as I understand it and I get it and I make the shift I do it. One hundred percent agree. I'm about to be fifty one now but I don't think for me. It probably happened may be fine years ago when I finally decided that I'm not gonna live my life for other people but even now I still kinda struggle with like you were saying earlier like I have a problem with saying no because I'm so accustomed to being everything to everybody so I guess my question to you is why do you think is so easy for women to get stuck in a pattern of women at lies for everybody except themselves. Yeah I I think for me. My mother SORTA set the pattern for me and I could see it being a bad pattern. Which is really weird. Because even as a young child I used to always read a lot in magazines in love to travel fashion Annella. My mother is a very She doesn't really like a lot of like she's very consistent with just kind of being with our south but he's not a purchase a personal kind of believes in the image of things. Look people think about you? So here's things with that. My mom was like that and then I also married a man like that. So what show me was that I did not want to march the anyone's beat but my all I left my home at eighteen. My mother was light as a mom APP gach ago because I knew when you around that and people start instilling. They're abusing you in this port on. You Bet. That's what was poured into me. Make US happy is what people think about you. Don't try to don't go against the grain in whenever she said Don do idea rebellious. I'm just a rebellious spirit. Anyway in that regard but it was just important for me to like. You can't live your life like that and you know only too with is a complete sentence I tell.

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Handicapping the Breeders' Cup

In The Gate

09:33 min | 11 months ago

Handicapping the Breeders' Cup

"It is finally here the world championships the Breeders Cup for the thirty six time and for the tenth time at Santa Anita it's time to handicap the world championship hip and for that we bring into our experts one we've had regularly and one for the first time we welcome back Ed Derosa of the brisket handicapping service and for the first time we bring in Molly Joe Rosen we followed her on twitter a lot it's good to finally bring her onto the show so again we said we're not going to handicap all of these races were GonNa pick the seven or so that we think have really good competition and will go with those and we'll start on the Friday card with the juvenile a race that has been diminished a bit with the defection of one of the early favorites Max field for Godolphin so we're really left with three big horses here to talk about Denis's moment the favourite eight rings and Scabbard Dennis's moment has been very consistent through his writer in his debut and then just missed a track record at Ellis Park can you really call a two year old and overwhelming favourite. What do you think here let's start with molly I think it's right open race I could not touch horse at eight to five not as you said not with two year olds you know making third and fourth fifth career starts I mean to me that just is crazy and I love him think he's phenomenally talented could wind up being the second coming of Secretariat obviously he's a freak of nature having won his to really his to start saying oh he's got that through the writer and the debut but you know he's one by twenty one lane I mean you can't knock a horse like that Dale is great with these types of horses he's prepped well he's looked great you know you take nothing away from him but eight to five in a eight Horsfield because not a MAC field scratch I can't touch a horse at eight five I do think it is a really wide open race I'm GonNa look at other horses you know take nothing away from eight rings also a horse who has done nothing wrong also worth who lost a job I do think a horse like scabbard for me is more interesting this is a horse who breaks his maiden by five then steps up and they had some has some learning to do and Eddie neely is great with these types of horses and I think if you're looking for price and you don't WanNa go towards one of the more so obvious sources for me a horse like Scabbard who's on the improve has really done nothing wrong in his career but you know seems to have maybe you have to overcome some some tendencies to find rebel trips of course to me like Scabbard is super intriguing? Ed What do you think well we're we're going to write off the rip because I'm all in on Dennis's moment and he's the only horse I'm using molly Jo Sung as praises appropriately and with the scratch AMAC's field unfortunately is is backers aren't even eight to five now so if that wasn't good enough for you Molly Joe I'm sure you're not gonna be happy with even money or six to five but the this horse You know the maiden win at Alice just blew everyone stores off so what can you say super professional in the Iroquois though defacto second career start I read got a handle for this horse got to test drive them so to speak and we've seen Dale ship out to the who've no at Santa Anita perform well with not this time it was second do horse I had a lot of respect for classic empire so I think he's early the horse to be an in a very competitive Friday car he's my big single day I'm with Molly I think scabbard had some trouble in finishing second today this is moment in the Iraq war and I think it's GonNa come down to those two I'm not discounting Dennis as moment but I think scabbard has to be more seriously considered than five to one lead move to the filly and mare sprint I'm really torn here about cafe when we get to the Saturday card I mean she won the Edgewood and the Miss preakness so maybe I'm not as impressed as other people are by the way she runs ed can she run her race from the rail She can for me either the bigger question and the rail is a question the bigger question is is shipping out west and she is not coming for a bar and that is it's been out there very long Dale with Dennis's moments that we talked about shipped out about a week ago see Asmussen's been there with his crew for seven her week so I am eager to see how horses on Friday to that hadn't chipped in versus the ones that have been there awhile local horses etc if I perceive a bias in that regard that might sway me offer as the favorite I will say on raw talent I absolutely think she is the best filly in this field for test was incredible energy titan or Churchill albeit against lesser was what you would want to see he coming into a race like this offer race like the test so I'm a believer but keeping an open mind and this is one of those cases where I am going to use information as it becomes available throughout the Friday card to see how liberal liberal I wanNA use her on Saturday molly what do you make of come dancing I'm not saying how do they poll she's got two and a Half Lake leaving don the destroyer next toward the inside at third special relativity first half of the year then the second half clearly has talent what do you make of her you know she's obviously you know a a really really lovely horses cool to see Carlos Martin on the big stage I I've known Carlos a real long time and he's just a phenomenal horsemen and She did have you know crazy good first half of the year her her win margins were certainly bigger flashier there was certainly more space there but running second to midnight visa in the VIPs you know other than that she's comeback her ballerina was beautiful her gallant bloom was beautiful I do worry a little bit about whether or not she can run in a straight I'm and that especially at Santa Anita we've seen over the years what was her name the Philly that ran second to beholder in the the distaff I wanNA say executive privilege we've seen horses who may not be able to run in a straight line not get there in time Santa Anita in the past and that concerns me a little bit when you do have other really consistent Phillies in here like FFA ed do you see attention long shot here in this race because I'm not loving come dancing I liked but don't love cafe what about dawn the destroyer will become a from the back and I guess you were saying you gotta see the Friday card to see whether anyone really can close at Santa Anita but what do you think about a long shot here that's actually and afterward oh so is this a matter where if you don't like the two favorites you chuck them and use them all I could see that as a strategy especially if you really where let's move to the turf to the mile not the dirt mile we'll get to the dirt mile let's go to the Turf Mile and here you've got to Phillies the headliners got stormy and Uni but now you've got circus maximus with a real European threat here it's not been the best year for eight and O'Brien really do you trust circus maximus here not in any way shape size or form and not at that price just in case you're wondering if I

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Brady Patterson: Success Through Online Courses

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

01:52 min | 1 year ago

Brady Patterson: Success Through Online Courses

"Met you at Michael neely event up in Monterey and we were talking about online courses and funnels and all that other stuff what he got you involved in the online course business to to to begin with will be the there was a couple of pieces. I guess involved was that I always wanted to work less and get paid more money and I was always been looking and I I look at systematization as part of that. How do I build better systems and you know because I figure if I can do that. I can. I could get myself out of the business so I can focus on working on it rather than you know. In the day to day operations as I was looking around I was coach still am but as I was coaching people on different things you know business coaching I'm working with stuff on Mike while I'm constantly doing everything myself constantly having these conversations but I'm teaching and talking about the same things over and over and over again you know and and I was like what this is insane so I started looking around and a Metaphor Neeman Camonte guy and you know he I add looking for someone that was kind of really good in that space and new head found what I was looking for. which was I wanted to be untethered together from a location so once you go where I wanted on it to the untethered from time so I could do things when I wanted and wanted to have the financial independence to do so without we're having to like you know constantly go back because I come from the oilfields of Canada and I had a really successful business there and but the thing was I didn't see my wife for three to four months wants at a time like literally did not see her and I was tethered to that so as soon as I didn't go to the to the business and I had to travel to go to it if I didn't go it and making money and when I did guide made really good money but had no time ahead of freedom and I looked at what would fix that and online courses where something thing that gave me time freedom because I could do it when I wanted?

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Army veteran killed after opening fire outside Dallas courthouse

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Army veteran killed after opening fire outside Dallas courthouse

"Four. The FBI says, again, guy killed in a shootout at a federal courthouse in Dallas was an army veteran who's carrying more than five thirty round magazines at a high powered rifle a photographer from the Dallas Morning News was outside the federal courthouse wind shots rang out. Taking the tiger shows federal police treating the shooter twenty two year old Brian Isaac, CLYDE after he was shot. US attorney, Aaron Neely cock says inside the courthouse people took shelter in the building. Stayed in the building FBI special agent, Matt to soar, no says no one else was hurt in the shooting, and investigators are now working to find a motive more than two hundred FBI agents and partners aggressively pursuing every lead in this investigation. The army says, CLYDE served from August twenty fifteen to be wary of twenty seventeen and chief the rank of private first class.

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Peacekeepers in Cyprus push for safe and secure environment across whole divided island

UN News

09:31 min | 1 year ago

Peacekeepers in Cyprus push for safe and secure environment across whole divided island

"This is Matt wells you a news, establishing goodwill between Greek and took a sip rates through activities that involve children, women and the elderly blue helmets with the UN peacekeeping force in Cyprus or unforeseen, a working towards a BI zonal bi-communal, federated state to ensure a future where the whole of the island can live in a safe and secure environment, says force commander, Major General, Cheryl, piss the mission was established in nineteen sixty four to prevent fighting between the two communities on the Mediterranean island. And in the absence of a political settlement continues to maintain ceasefire lines into buffer zone. Just ahead of the international day of peace. Keepers monks on Wednesday may general Pierce spoke to Julia dean from the UN information center in Australia. Well, for us in Cyprus where we made our polls just either thousand personnel will one of the smallest pacekeeping missions and all of that, just either eight hundred military for which I'm the fourth commander, I work to the special Representative of the secretary general and together we knew. Stint that I ensure the security instability in the buffer zone and tonight, will I along lasting political solution to be addenda find. And when I talk about what is the buffer zone. It's really a nuanced in complex triple bland covers one hundred ninety kilometers from west to east seven Fisher crossing points is probably know why then a straight suites in some parts, and that's in Nicosia right up to seven kilometers. You now the areas we have very much like stone predicting billion SRI protecting pace. And we do that in a number of saintly, different wise and this one amaze oppose commander and also as mission is a hall to reduction Logan engagement, which is actually my mind if it is a force command, the we're in an armed force, and we have militarized opposing forces north and south on the north. We have the Turkish mainland army, and the Turkey Ciprian security, forces and on the southern side, we have the Greeks. Pre at national God. But the Orland is actually quite a militarized islands. I have a strong engagement plan. And with the commanders of the opposing forces in way, mate Neely every six weeks, and then this is mirrored again, by commodities on the ground across the sectors. It really are to, to ensure that way deescalate the tensions that are air. And we are the only why the two signs don't communicate we check which other way facilitate all the information from north to south and south to north. So then engage plan is significant, and that depends highly on trust, doesn't it? Yes, trust. We took about that every time we might and we took about from a military really thinks when we talk about mutual respect trust. Impartiality transparency and a really fi console net for both sides, because it is what we do is military that separates it from the political, we'll very. Careful to keep the divide separate of the wines. It can be we can get caught in the political environment, which undermines the trust and impartiality on the military sign so that's sort of be the case. And that happens right down to the lowest level. And now we have a man that we have to report my license, and so that engagement, we need to really hold on. When we when we have these violations violations to talk about that could be either manning of the checkpoints that could be moved forwards into the buffer zone night could be escalation with weapons biz in number of different activities, e this on could do that would create a violation and then way report out through to New York on a daily basis and stopped to building to the secretary general's report, and we have a mandate renewal every six months. So the actions of the housing forces gets captured and reported, which. Then leads into the political dialogue and the opportunities for the sides to try and identify way going forward. What about the civilian populations does the ministry heavily as on with the, the civilians as well. Look, we do talk about protection side. I as we talked about my time security and stability in order to return to normal conditions L actual, Botha's Zayn here on the island is not ice sterile office. Sign like between north and South Korea. It's actually used for farming and some of its permitted, we do it through a payment system, but a majority is not permitted farming, which creates esscalation and ferocity to try to defuse that we got to the actual physical protection. We escort we have pilgrimages gun coming into the buffer zone. They have they seek to do these Puga midges back to the mosques and churches to hold religious services on a regular basis in for that we school. Them. We escort the mean and we provide that support to them. But when I talk about supporting civilians, we have a lot of communal and a lot of activities. Karen, the buffet Zayn unbound, establishing the goodwill between the great secrets and Turkish Cypriots in the intent of trying to work towards a, a Visayas by communal federated state and for that to occur. We have to mind time and really work towards creating bottom up swallow a bike mean like TV's and for that what actively involved in creating a sense of the side, insecure environment for which for the is to occur Anaya care in the buffer zone, quite regulate that will plan, we, it's dumb with us as force. We have the ample the place. But also, we have civilian staff, we do the facilitation with municipalities north end south to coordinate, the diplomatic community also actively gets involved sponsors, a lot of these activities, these activities with children's side. They EM's Watson children's activities fundraise for the very young and for their parents and then through to mainly through sport on all of the school. But now there's a lot to do with science and stem, and spice and an educational activities. And then we will say by Pistone. It's a focus on the next generation really trying to that younger community, working together because it curriculum by signs is actually justed to make their I narrative, and so coming together through ball community allowing them to engage provides an environment where it's not by what is said, but is by the actions and working with your position on the old Lee we do a lot with the elderly. But also, we do a lot with the women giving them a voice and trying to generate opportunities where that can be a voice for chine Jin. They do a lot through women's walks. We get together in charge them. You. UN copy lading. It's about Priscilla touching both sides to find ideas and wasteful. Would you have an example of what inspires you with the people that you weekly space Capers, but grind berry? What spies may that Ahmad force? It's here unite that trained in their own national army air force on ninety and trying to say their country, they're not been selected by the country represent the UN. And it says we come together as an international community to, to serve the UN and to support the outcomes in Cyprus to ensure that they have a future where the whole of the Arlen can leave in I in a secure environment as Cypriots is a whole, and of course the day, the peacekeeping dies Edyta reflect on those who full them. What are your professional and personal reflections on this very similar very similar to that of what Tom and spies me about my forces that you try and all of your career, to be country? And then you. Elected by your country to at the UN, which is writer than a national outcome meets it's global response to, to conflicts around the globe, where we are coming together to support the country that wearing end to represent the UN is rule privilege. And I certainly don't take lightly and the bar is that we work in and this is, you know, towards the budget of fallen environments. We work in our complex, and the is it applied the ultimate sacrifice. My heart goes out today to their families. You know, we try and for these environment, we understand the risks it's families that a left and, you know, Laura people think the UN is only as now is less than one the environment that we work in is benign. It's not it is complex. It is risky. And we continue to fight Kosonen trying to create stable environments for the for the host nation will continue to work. The UN is working in action for pacekeeping and women. Stikes missions in my focus is on the continual, nip professionalization of the force training environment, which we work in and end to lead by example with good command and that's to ensure the way, reduce the deaths where possible in missions. They'll always be environments, wherein, but might show that there are no unnecessary deaths through poor training or actions. But inherently, you know, we said country we serve the UN and the and the environments. We in our risky and complex.

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Trump leaves today for second summit with Kim Jong Un

Glenn Beck

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Trump leaves today for second summit with Kim Jong Un

"Their cases. President Trump holds his second summit North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN this week in Hanoi. NBC's spilled neely's in Vietnam with the latest on one of the possible bargaining chip size Korea's president moon. Suggesting today, it's possible. They'll declare an end to the Korean war, which technically is still going on but loan wound satisfied the summit skeptics, Trump plans to push Kim on the potential economic benefits for North Korea. If. Agrees to full

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Duke official out after saying foreign students should speak English

24 Hour News

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Duke official out after saying foreign students should speak English

"Controversial Email at Duke University asking students to speak English led the one official stepping down from her post. Doctor Megan Neely director of graduate. Studies for Duke school of medicine program resigned from her post after screen shot surfaced of an Email that encouraged first-year Chinese students in a study area to speak English. The dean of the school of medicine responded by saying in part to be clear. There's absolutely no restriction or limitation on the language.

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Wealthy Texas Couple Found Guilty of Enslaving Girl for 16 Years

Ask the Garden Geek with Michael Crose

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Wealthy Texas Couple Found Guilty of Enslaving Girl for 16 Years

"Texas couple has been found guilty of forcing a young west African girl to labor in their home for sixteen years. John Clemens reports Mohammed, Tori and his wife. Denise each face a maximum sentence of twenty years with an additional ten years for conspiracy to commit alien, harboring US attorney Neely. Cock said our district is passionate about combating forced labor in express. Gratitude that they were able to obtain a measure of Justice for this young woman from Guinea the defendants who called the girl dog slave worthless. In an idiot would often beat her with an electrical cord,

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"neely" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"neely" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Meghan Neely. Most of the faculty. They're all in Sean to big meeting. Teacher. Sure. Personally. Education schools websites. Students can get information about transcripts and transfer recommendations December seventeenth a man caught in Alabama is under arrest for a deadly shooting on the east side of Indianapolis Forty-three-year-old Parise Fowler faces a charge of murder in the October shooting death of thirty nine year old Byron Miller police found Miller shot at his home on north rural near Michigan street. Investigators tracked down Fowler in Alabama. He'll be transported back to Indiana. The mayor's race is on in Indianapolis, the incumbent democrat Joe Hong said is the first candidate to declare he held an event last night to announce the bid if he wins a second term Hong except says he will focus on two areas that have drawn sharp criticism during his first term the pothole problem and the homicide rate because he wants to create a regional partnership to pay for long-term street repairs and also wants to focus on poverty to help reduce violence. At our community is capable and committed to doing just that moving Indianapolis forward as one city so far no challengers have entered the race Marion county Republican chairman Jim Merritt tells news eight to expect an announcement about the GOP candidates.

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"neely" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"neely" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Here with Neely and her adorable dog Charles Barkley who you might know from Instagram because he's an Instagram star outright. Hi, Charles, high mealy. Hi, how are you doing great health a little bit about Charles, and how many followers does he have now? Oh, gosh. I'm not sure. And in fact, I finally made I have my profile the diva dog mom, and then I made one just for the diva dogs. So people could hear it from their mouths to. Well, he is being a really good sport. Because he has an incredible cost him on tell us a little bit about this, amazing Spanish, she's actually French French bulldog. Outfit, of course, so marie-antoinette era eighteenth century shenanigans designed costume fantastic. And you know, what went into making this a lot is very detailed. She does phenomenal work fitting and all just like normal and it was elaborate difficult. This is the first one she says for us when we've lived outta town. We just moved about a year ago. So there's a lot of mailing back and forth to get the right fit. But since she's designed for him before it wasn't it wasn't too difficult and has Charles like dressing. He loves getting dressed up. He knows what he get stressed out. That means we're going somewhere where he's going to get attention who doesn't love that. So tell us a little bit about what you did to prepare to be here tonight. Well, of course, you know, multiple days, there's multiple outfits. A lot of research on the eras of France to determine which one we were gonna do getting my costume to match the forest so well, good luck tonight have fun. And I look forward to seeing more of Charles. Thank you so much. Thank you nearly. You know tonight wouldn't be what it is. Without really, the passion that Laura has for rescue and giving back to rescues and for the past two years canine rescue has been the recipient of every dollar that comes in around this event. And I'm here with Barbie of canine rescue and her little adorable puppy mill survivor, Stuart named after Stuart little and we want to know all about the rescue. Hi barbie. Hi. How are you doing great? Thank you so much for speaking with us. Tell us about canine rescue canine.

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"neely" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"neely" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"He's he's owned a bunch of weird stuff. He's got a really cool Lotus twin turbo v eight and he's a relatively new to the YouTube game. But he's a fun guys. Good hang, and we're we're happy to have him. Tim Neely of Tim's enthusiast's garage on the smoking tire podcasts. What's up, folks? It's monday. And boy, do we have we got a week of live podcasting. If you've joined us just a today, Tim Neely of Tim's enthusiasts garage is in the studio. What's happening, brother, man? Thank you on you. It's beautiful out here. It's nice to have someone of the show. Looks just like me. Zack is that the picture and train down the brightness. Oh, but it looks like washed out it looks like it looks like we're in a western. Yes. See that looks normal and go back to their camera up Matt looks normal. Now, it was right? Instance turned up because before darkness is spreading everybody Dacca's darkness. What's happening to them? You know, enjoying the roads out here. Yeah. And driving you mid western. Yeah. Midwest where mid west Columbus, Ohio. So lots of just they're really. Oh, yeah. Oh for mid omits from middle. How I was in Michigan. The the actually the roads around mid Ohio pretty nice. So twenty minutes north of me is mid Ohio and everything south of me is pretty much like corn corn square and everything north is pretty fantastic. So he it was fucking cold. Man. It was I mean, not has been I mean, not by general standards, but by being outside at a race track all day standards, like, you know, high twenty s low thirties, it rain that it rained for you it rained for five minutes. It rain a rain and snow in between the Saturday and Sunday races. But it did not rain during races. You have a mechanical issue was we had many? Yeah. It was it was very frustrating. I love mid Ohio with the weather's nice. I love mid Ohio. It's such a fun race. It's a it's unbelievable. Have it in your backyard? I mean, that's your home track rights. You got lotta lap say I mean a fair amount. Yeah. I I'm not an instructor or anything. But but try to do like BMW Audi club days there and and run run what I brung Brummer Lotus. Is that what you Brown?.

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"neely" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"neely" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Here with Neely and her adorable dog Charles Barkley who you might know from Instagram because he's an Instagram star outright. Hi, Charles, high Neely. Hi, how are you doing great hell of a little bit about Charles, and how many followers does he have now? Oh, gosh. I'm not sure. And in fact, I finally made I have my profile the diva dog mom, and then I made one just for the diva dogs. So people could hear it from their mouths to. Well, he is being a really good sport. Because he has an incredible cost him on the little bit about this amazing. If he Spanish, she's actually French French bulldog outfit, of course, so marie-antoinette era eighteenth century shenanigans designed his costume fantastic. And you know, what went into making that a lot is very detailed. She does. Phenomenal work fitting all just like a normal and it was elaborate difficult. This is the first one she says I for us when we've lived out of town, we just moved about a year ago. So there was a lot of mailing back and forth to get the right fit. But since she's designed for him before it wasn't it wasn't too difficult and Charles like dressing. He loves getting dressed up. He knows what he gets stressed out. That means we're going somewhere where he's going to get attention. Who doesn't love that? So tell us a little bit about what you did to prepare to be here tonight. While of course, you know, multiple days there's multiple outfits lot of research on the areas of France to determine which one we were going to do. And they're getting my costume to match the forest so well, good luck tonight have fun. And I look forward to seeing more of Charles. Thank you so much. Thank you nearly. You know tonight wouldn't be what it is. Without really, the passion that Laura has for rescue and giving back to rescues and for the past two years Shanin rescue has been the recipient of every dollar had comes in around this event. And I'm here with Barbie of canine rescue and her little adorable puppy mill survivor, Stuart named after Stuart little and we want to know all about the rescue. Hi barbie. Hi. How are you doing great? Thank you so much for speaking with us. Tell us about canine rescue canine rescue.

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"neely" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"neely" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"On wall street the dow dropped one hundred nineteen points today the nasdaq closed down eight points you're listening to npr and this is wnyc in new york i'm sean carlson sandra chica is calling on immigration and customs enforcement or ice to release her husband pablo via vinci's oh he's been held at a new jersey detention detention centre since his arrest more than a week ago while delivering pizza to a brooklyn military base chico recorded a video with the legal aid society these but these from for is to releasing neely my daughter's need that we miss him a lot and we will not continue fighting so he can be again with us on saturday a judge temporarily blocked the government from deporting him back to ecuador his lawyers say there's no reason to keep them behind bars until his next quarter appearance in july ice has argued that the undocumented immigrants was previously ordered to leave in twenty ten but did not new york state's largest teacher's union brought bagpipe players a brass band of the capitol to push for a bill to decouple teacher evaluations from the results of standardized tests karen dewitt has more new york state united teachers president andy pelada says time is running out on a bill to sever the student's standardized test results from teacher performance reviews gop senate leader john flanagan introduced a measure that would do that but it would also increase the number of charter schools and reduce the state education departments authority to regulate the jewish religious yeshiva schools while teachers say they're trying to find a fun and creative way to advance the bill they say it's a serious issue for educators queens democrat joe crowley suffered heat exhaustion and collapse in washington this afternoon crowley spokesperson lauren french said the house democratic caucus leader was marching to protest the trump administration policy that separates children caught crossing the border illegally with their families crowley spent several hours outside walking on a warm washington day today fred crowley recovered quickly after drinking some water and cooling off and a nearby air conditioned building.

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"neely" Discussed on Happy Hour: A Shot of Conversation

Happy Hour: A Shot of Conversation

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"neely" Discussed on Happy Hour: A Shot of Conversation

"See it's funny again because i don't i don't i don't i don't have the the lack it is hard for me when i get emotional to put my thoughts together the thing is so obvious connie is doing is deflecting and kill you to your point i think it is so spot on that he is obviously not a genius he is just someone who is lost someone who is a radical and someone who is so on neely of attention that he is literally willing to sell out black people to do so and the reason being is he knows better but then i keep saying that and i realized he doesn't wanna know why because i just realized and this is what i was trying to say last week remember how is his his clothing line a couple years ago he had the confederate flag all over his clothing line in that picture with the maga hat it's not just the maga hat it's the dude with his arm around him making that symbol that looks like an upside down okay symbol that's white supremacy symbol so at the end of the day what connie is is forgetting that that conversation about teaching entrepreneurship it's completely separate indistinct from a conversation of racism oppression you said that you love forty five forty five there is clear empirical data evidence his words his actions he is racist there is clear proof that in your picture the person was making a white supremacist symbol so what connie is trying to do is he's trying to negate that any of that ever happened if he can gate slavery if he can gate racism we can't come for him it's like saying the holocaust is real which point that people brought up so one of the points was that i saw social media it said there i'm tired of black people.

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"neely" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"neely" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"As a nonprofit news organization marketplace's on a mission that drives what we do every day to increase economic intelligence across the country we feel it's important work that we're already doing and with your help we will do more of it we're counting on you to partner with us so that we can grow and keeps getting better especially now when it's increasingly difficult to cut through the media clutter and bring objective trustworthy reporting front and center for as little as five dollars a month consider signing up as a marketplace investor and support independent public service journalists the payoff comes in knowing that you're helping keeping people informed about economic forces that affect our lives if you could donate today at marketplace dot org thank you not a who's minding the children a california example in the last decade the number of licensed in home daycare facilities has been falling in that state leaving especially low income residents in the lurch from kpcc in los angeles priska neely reports for seventeen years jackie jackson's living room doubled as a little world for children to explore there was the mobile science area and there was creative writing in art area as soon as she starts to remember her eyes fill with tears i like talking about the daycare but it's so emotional clouds last year she shut down her home daycare in los angeles county she says as circumstances changed for the family she served she could no longer make ends meet hours were cut some people were losing their jobs jackson family daycare is one of thousands california has lost in the last decade since two thousand eight the state has seen a twenty six percent decline in the number of these small businesses that's according.

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"neely" Discussed on The Takeout

The Takeout

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"neely" Discussed on The Takeout

"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof or abridging the freedom of speech or of the press or the right of the people peaceably to assemble and to petition the government for a redress of grievances redress of grievances through petitioning the government ladies and gentlemen we like it or not that's what lobbying zell about petitioning you government for redress of your grievance that's how it happens wash it is a very big place it regulates a lot of parts of the us economy in the 19th century most of the state's did that the 101 lobbyists in washington dc they are at the state level and mostly things that were done by the federal government work carried out by such extravagant and visible bribes that there didn't need to be lobbyists twentieth century we do need lobbyists and we have one with us today susan neely who is the head of american beverage association susan thank you for joining the vicar chairs maitre d here's as she says quickly what does the american beverage association for the average person cal tell you i didn't know when i first heard about what kind of averages yes so think of any non alcoholic beverage and that's us do i have to well if appearing to i if we don't know what we not know discussing of specific sized soft drink right hair's lyazzat lofty very very under control hit right soft drinks soft drinks juices tease ready to drink coffees water is sparkling waters everything non alcoholic that's what we are better known as coke pepsi dr pepper and all of our brands right in why does that lead to come to washington to get anything done what what what does anyone getting away view softdrink industry in this country well when in doubt always go back to the constitution as you did and what's the first amendment say we have a right to assembly in this country right to association how is illegal in britain way up into the 1800s it still illegal in many countries why because it's a way for people.

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