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"ninety" Discussed on Never Ninety Nine

Never Ninety Nine

06:21 min | 6 hrs ago

"ninety" Discussed on Never Ninety Nine

"Sounds for like forty five seconds. Last podcast saint heard. It was like blasting in the audience. Just like i'm laughing my ass off. Sam has spent a whole day kayaking and whitewater rafting then kayaking and then driving. So he's a little tired and find the noise as more funny. He didn't laugh out loud. I don't know if this is vain. I did this show all the time. Also but i laugh at my like i literally like fake laugh and then give myself a good belly. Laugh i do that most of the day. I love a good laugh. It's a good way to be. I'm almost a purple also. Think i'm larry. That also helps. I'm fucking comic gold. And i've been listening to some comedians again horrigan. Yeah gonna go out on the road bo. Motherfucker does made a fucking hit his his newest flex inside. It's called okay. He's so good. I've seen some of us. Don't like him more than john. Laney and i love john mullany. It's fucking larry's mabo berm. He's he's fucking smart he's he creates every especially with this one like fuck in new york apartment fucking stock like it's a it's like during covert and shit so he's like fucking locked down and like he's always had like struggled with some sort of like that whole ego thing like i'm not i don't fucking matter and then like some depressive states in mike i do all this to like get your attention but then it's also like i do this as an art form and i'm good at it phenomenal. It's a great. It's a really good inside. It's called inside because he's probably about said no like oh so. Have you ever seen berms. So he does stain kind of like stage. Production the quick short choppy cuts the big light. Productions these sing song kind of things then into talking and then interesting song and he did all of it. It's also hold show is fuck it. I thought it was just going to be talking. You know it is a fucking production. Who don't like us don't like bill. Bears really intense. He's yells alive. yeah. I like him. His podcast is also same with chris. Titus they both have the same angry energy. Don't take him too much. A delay bill burr. His podcast is monday morning. Grants fantastic the microphone in. Who's who sit with a lot. I don't know but it's monday. Ones just him fucking go in ham. Yeah i've clicked on some comedian. Podcast trying to be cool in this. Podcast cool yeah. We're on it sometimes. I can't listen to them. I'll get lulled by the voices and get sleepy wa drive. Oh man wasn't safe Burt kirschner i. Don't let big boy. He's funny but find my zoom your shirt on dude and it was a gimmick and it works to get people who love lovebird. I don't i don't hate him. But he's not my favorite him on his podcasts. Or other i love. Yeah i just wanna stand up since stage presents. No i mean. I don't know what it is. I think it's going to take your shirt off. I think it's weird now. He's probably hot. Yeah get hot and this material shows like face off when he's on a podcast or something. He's great yeah. Also tim dillon tim dylan is. He's hilarious. he's mean he's he's good he's He's he's good. You should check out. He's really good on twitter like are lower. That's yeah or tweet us dislike posted. Funny shit costly like hold on. We find this guy you might you should notice goes maybe andy woodhall. He's fucking hilarious. He's got a really fun cadence and then. I have a friend named nate from tennessee. And there's a nate somebody who's a comedian and they have a really similar. I wish i had communities. Sounds like a wish. I had a friend that was a comedian. Wasn't actual comedian. Tim dillon guy. You don't know the guy. I may have heard him on. Because i usually listen to him. He's funny on Sorry sam sent me all these little bit nudging malefactors. It's funny because he's like he's super mean in. This is funny. Jokes like noname politically correct jokes. Whatever one time he was making fun of gay people in some kind of way. I think i think is what it was like. Lesbian or something and He got like all this shit about it but but it was funny joke. I mean it wasn't like i hate. It was just making fun of someone that was gay but like the people that know because he doesn't broadcast guess super much but like he's a gay man So he was making fun of gay people like. Oh you're homophobic slang. Take that dick right my mouth. Oh shit now. You're part of our group cancel culture um in like was like yeah really live without a lot of things that happen now yeah bus. You know. it's kind of weird like with kit. Make fun of people. Yeah they've that's bad. I mean that's what fucking funny it can make fun of me. I fathom how sensitive some people are more so with the stuff we or. Maybe it's because we have so much stuff that was not funny anymore. I this where where are you going to do. Like not not laugh not laugh at stuff not pick on things that are funny. Yeah and you can even like strongly disagree with something and still find like words that come out of someone's face funny do the funniest delivery. It's timing is art. The funniest jokes. I don't agree with but they're fucking funny that the company the comedian doesn't agree that we just say funny shit. That made me laugh at me. Like it's great man jim gaskin. Yeah yeah well i do. I get kinda tired of the voice when he switches. I can't even mimics haven't seen in so long. But he's got like two voices. He's got his regular voice. He's got one where he's playing a character. Yeah i'm trying. I'm trying to mimic. 'cause i hear my head my favorite thing. He does as many as targeted about going to new england. Obsessed with your seat like your shellfish. He's like lab staff some bug but they're fucking monsters is like.

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Hawks Head to East Finals After Game 7 Win in Philadelphia

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 8 hrs ago

Hawks Head to East Finals After Game 7 Win in Philadelphia

"The hawks during the Eastern Conference finals for the first time in six years following the one oh three ninety six win over the seventy Sixers Kevin hurdle over twenty seven points and seven rebounds for Lana well Trae young added twenty one points and ten assists John Collins had a double double of fourteen points and sixteen rebounds in the hawks fifth road win in the postseason the Sixers were booed off the court following their latest playoff disappointment Jo Ellan be contributed thirty one points and eleven rebounds while Tobias Harris added twenty four points and fourteen boards I'm Dave Ferrie

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The Hard Truth of the Marijuana Industry

Axios Today

01:49 min | 1 d ago

The Hard Truth of the Marijuana Industry

"Two thousand eighteen. Almost seven hundred thousand people in the us were charged for possession of marijuana. Black people were almost four times more likely to be arrested for possession than white people despite the fact that both groups use marijuana at similar rates for a long time because of the so-called war on drugs of the eighties and nineties. These disparities were the primary story of marijuana people of color in the us. But now that story is. Changing as marijuana is legalized in more states. Across the us and growing into a multibillion dollar industry black entrepreneurs are trying to reclaim the plant that crushed their communities for so long black entrepreneurs like gmo modern. I saw this as an opportunity to say if i watch people my community get arrested for this. Why can't i help people my community enter from the legal quote unquote right governmental legal standpoint of this and seeing where we can seek those opportunities. Jia runs her own. Pr firm gb m. communications and public relation services for marijuana businesses. She started her company in two thousand twelve after working goldman sachs for fifteen years three years after starting her company into the marijuana industry. This was in twenty fifteen. Twenty seven states in dc had either legalized medical marijuana or decriminalized marijuana possession but it was instill is illegal at the federal level. So entering that space meant carrying the stigma of working in what many still considered to be an illegal business. My gut never said. Stop what my gut said is back. Be prepare. that you're gonna get a lot of flack keep coughing

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Mike Pence Booed, Called Traitor at Conservative Christian Conference

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:09 min | 2 d ago

Mike Pence Booed, Called Traitor at Conservative Christian Conference

"I want to thank my friend. Ralph reed for those overly generous words. I'm deeply humbled by them. Ralph reed knows me well enough to know the introduction. I prefers a little bit short. I'm a christian and a republican in that order. And i am honored to stand before you. Today they weren't buying the pious mike pence act at that gathering today but the trump up sucking was on full display. Fealty was on full display at this faith and freedom conservative conference today in florida. We are going to defeat the woke assault. Then all of us need to wake up. it's very simple. Go back to the remain in mexico policy and build president trump's wall fight against this woke mob and these radical democrats who are trying to destroy this country. I may ask you something. Do you miss president. Donald trump still with us. I'll thanking and bill kristol bill. I'm not even a supplicant. Can catch a break these days. I heard you bill on another broadcast tonight. Make the best point that. I'm going to ask you to repeat now. It would've cost mike pence nothing other than a few seconds of his remarks to do what some people in the crowd started to call the trader to say. Wait a second. Let me explain what happened on january six. Here's what i did. Why did what i did. I upheld the constitution. This is the role of the vice president. We have no choice at no choice. Not legitimate choice. I delivered Legitimate choice on what to do There was the election votes. Were counted fairly. He could've spent ninety seconds relating lewis

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Curry, Harris Help 76ers Stay Alive, Hold off Hawks 104-99

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 d ago

Curry, Harris Help 76ers Stay Alive, Hold off Hawks 104-99

"Seth curry hit six three pointers and scored twenty four points as the top seeded seventy Sixers down the hawks one oh four ninety nine to avoid elimination Tobias Harris also had twenty four points including four free throws in the final thirteen seconds to protect the lead Jo Ellen beat added twenty two points and thirteen rebounds for the seventy Sixers who will host game seven on Sunday we just kept telling each other you know forty eight minutes all your god before his full forty eight minutes seven oh so this will be hard to do before the hawks led by twelve in the first period and never trailed until the Sixers open the second half on a twelve all Ron hawks guard Trae young scored a game high thirty four points including a three pointer to pull that landed with a ninety four ninety three I'm Dave very

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COVID: What is the Delta Variant?

60-Second Science

01:54 min | 2 d ago

COVID: What is the Delta Variant?

"The latest virus variant to grab headlines is called delta. Why are scientists particularly concerned about it josh. Because it's more transmissible and it seems to be putting more people in the hospital. Tanya and it's on the rise all around the globe delta was first spotted in india and spread quickly to seventy four countries in england. It accounts for ninety percent of new cases taking over from the version called alpha. It's got a bunch of mutations. That seem to help it. Get inside human cells and vague. Antibodies that for it. Researchers at public health england found the chances of people passing delta around their households were sixty four percent higher than with alpha. That's a big jump. England had started opening up more recently to couldn't that have also led to more infections in addition to some feature of the variant itself. Yeah there's stuff going on that can heighten the delta numbers people started traveling and businesses and restaurants. Were opening. But the bottom line here is. There's a steep climb in delta cases and delta appears to send twice as many people to the hospital as alpha does. that's severe illness. Such as being unable to breathe. A lot of these people are younger. Underage thirty according to research in the medical journal. The lancet now this isn't all doom even with delta vaccines keep people safe health records in scotland. Show two shots of the pfizer. Vaccine blocked delta infection in eighty percent of people both the pfizer and astrazeneca. Vaccines kept practically everyone. Who got those shots out of the hospital. Early data from england show. So what's this all mean already in the us delta accounts for ten percent of infections. So it's coming. With summer reopenings and people mingling unvaccinated. People could get delta during the next few months setting up ugly fall getting vaccinated. The numbers show is the best route to keeping infections. Down and getting live closer to normal

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Multitasking vs Monotasking: The Secret to Getting Things Done

On Purpose with Jay Shetty

02:15 min | 3 d ago

Multitasking vs Monotasking: The Secret to Getting Things Done

"Now how many of you believe that you can multitask. I know you're nodding right now. I know you're raising your hand. How many of you genuinely feel you can multi. I have my hand out. Because i used to be one of those people and then read a study. That said this. Only two percent of the world's population can multitask. That means ninety. Eight percent of us can not multitask now. The article goes on to say that when people hear that we all believe the very present right. We all believe we can multitask. When the truth is most likely in ninety eight percent icon. So if you're sitting there convincing you solve your in that two percent i promise you you're not and we have to switch to mono tossing or single tasking. This is the idea of being present right now. Is i'm recording this podcast. I don't have my phone in front of me. I don't have my laptop in front of me. I don't have any device in front of me. Apart from the microphone and the recorder. I am fully present with you. And i know you can feel it. I know right now whether you're walking your dog with your cooking whether you're eating whether you editing. Whether you had the jim i know you can feel that i'm present. And why do i do that. Not so i can say i was mono talking or single tuscany. I do it. Because i want you to get the best of me. You know that this podcast will be different if i was texting messaging. You know this. Podcast will be different if i was cooking or if i was at the gym or if i was editing while i was doing this podcast. The quality of our output decreases as we multitask our efficiency and productivity goes up as we monitor. Ask single task. We think that. Hey if i only spent time on one thing at a time then i'm going to slow down. I'm going to achieve less than everybody. That's not true you actually achieve more quality you will actually achieve more debt you will actually achieve more connection by single tasking or monitoring asking.

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The Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), a Look Back

Talking Tech

02:06 min | 3 d ago

The Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), a Look Back

"So the electronic entertainment expo or e three big virtual online video game convention is a rap. But that doesn't mean we're done talking about it yet. I with brent ticket a few well-earned days off. I have just the guy here to help me out mark saltzman. Welcome to the podcast and thanks for taking time to join me you know. I think we likely met for the first time in in the real world. Agony three or maybe a yes I've been more than twenty of them. I think you have to hopefully next year. We'll get see you there in person but nice to see on zoom today. Yeah likewise yeah my i. D three was ninety seven in atlanta. So that's probably about right because you brought me onto usa today to write for the publication in The fall of ninety eight so we probably met around that cool. Well thank you again all. Yeah thanks for all you've done for us and folks you know you can always get marks Regular contributions on tech that usa today dot com and at the bottom of each of the stories. There's ways to see what other stuff has worked in But today we're talking about three in markham interested. What did you think of this year. Virtual e three. I liked it. I wasn't sure going in with an all digital show. Obviously i figured it would be better than not know me three at all. Which is what unfortunately happened last year at the pandemic but enjoy kicking the tires on the new games And actually getting my hands on them. But i was actually really impressed with everything you know i it off youtube lot in a bit twitch and i you know four pack days of announcements and panels and fireside chats and and some of the hosts analysis of it all. I was actually impressed. I think it was a really good job. And i think it sets the stage to what will likely in the future which is a bit of a hybrid. I mean i think we're going to go back to l. a. or somewhere else and we're gonna see some of these games but i think the advantages are also for those. You don't have the industry anybody can attend. It was completely free. And if you missed some of the live events you could just watch it on demand later. I mean it's a win win. i think so. I liked this year. E three including the lineup of games that were

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South Africa's Louis Oosthuizen Shares Lead at Darkness-Halted US Open

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 d ago

South Africa's Louis Oosthuizen Shares Lead at Darkness-Halted US Open

"There is a two way tie on top of the leaderboard after an incomplete first round of the U. S. open Russell Henley is in it for under after nearly sixty seven joined by the south African Louis whose taste in who was one of many players who didn't finish you're doing ninety minute fog delay at the start of the day Francesco Molinari and Rafa Cabrera bail next at three under and Brooks KEPCO joins the decking **** yama and Xander Schauffele flight well placed among those at two under defending champion Bryson the sambo started with a two hundred seventy three Phil Mickelson a four over seventy five I'm Graham like us

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Citgo to Pay $19.7M for Louisiana Spill Environmental Damage

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 d ago

Citgo to Pay $19.7M for Louisiana Spill Environmental Damage

"Sixto petroleum's agreed to pay nearly twenty million dollars after a spill in two thousand six at a Louisiana refinery the justice department announced the nineteen point seven million dollar settlement which will go for environmental restoration projects around the Lake Charles refinery waste water treatment facility that's where two point two million gallons spilled into thousand six polluting some one hundred fifty miles of shoreline killing birds and fish contaminating their habitats and disrupting shipping and recreation use of a nearby river and lakes the payment is in addition to ninety seven million dollars already ordered in penalties and fines after six goes wastewater tanks overflowed during the storm I'm Jackie Quinn

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Facebook to Begin Testing Ads Inside Oculus Virtual Reality Headsets

Techmeme Ride Home

01:10 min | 3 d ago

Facebook to Begin Testing Ads Inside Oculus Virtual Reality Headsets

"Facebook says it will begin testing. Ads on oculus headsets. Though it claims it won't use data stored on those devices to target the ads. It promises quoting cnbc. The oculus headset. Ads will first appear in the shooter. Game blast on from resolution games as will also began appearing in two other oculus apps over the coming weeks. Facebook said oculus headset. Ads could be a significant step for facebook which derives more than ninety seven percent of its overall revenue from advertisements. Currently those ads are primarily shown to users within the company's facebook and instagram social networks. Facebook also said these ads could provide new ways for software developers to generate revenue. The as will follow facebook advertising principles and give users the same control they have on facebook. This includes the ability to hide specific ads or hide those from specific. Advertisers users can also select. Why am i seeing this ad to access more information about the ads. They are shown. Facebook added the advertisements won't be based on any data that's stored locally on users headsets such as any images from their devices sensors or any images of their hands from the hand tracking feature and quote

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Fauci: US to spend $3.2B for antiviral pills for COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 d ago

Fauci: US to spend $3.2B for antiviral pills for COVID-19

"The U. S. will invest three point two billion dollars in a program to boost development of antiviral pills for cope with nineteen and other dangerous viruses that could turn into pandemics the cope with nineteen kills would be used to minimize symptoms after infection they're already being developed and Dr Anthony Fauci says the money will help speed clinical trials and give more support for research the program also aims to find new therapies for other viruses there are a few treatments that exists for many of the viruses that have what we call pandemic potential meantime the CDC says average daily new covert nineteen cases of the U. S. have hit their lowest point since the pandemic's early days and are down ninety five percent over five months Sager mag ani Washington

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14 House Republicans Voted Against Juneteenth Holiday

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:57 min | 4 d ago

14 House Republicans Voted Against Juneteenth Holiday

"The are four hundred and fifteen and the nays are fourteen. The bill is fast texas congresswoman sheila jackson-lee announcing the passage tonight in the house of legislation to make juneteenth a federal holiday congresswoman sheila jackson-lee sponsored the legislation to make juneteenth a federal holiday. She also sponsored legislation to create what they call a national emancipation trail to trace. The news of the emancipation proclamation. The news of the freeing of the slaves to galveston texas. It took more than two years after the emancipation. Proclamation was signed by president lincoln for the news to reach galveston on june nineteenth eighteen. Sixty five once. President biden signs. This bill that has now passed the senate and the house. June nineteenth every year will be celebrated as the juneteenth federal holiday honoring the end of slavery in the united states and like i said it was unanimous. Vote in the senate. It was an overwhelming vote in the house but not a unanimous one there were fourteen republicans who voted against it Fourteen conservative republican white. Guys all voted that we should not commemorate the end of slavery in the united states. Which is kind of vote that will stick to their shoe forever and smell up any room. They ever walk into for the rest of their lives. Forgive me for saying so. But it's worth it's worth noting that they were a rump minority. Yes there were. Fourteen republican men who voted no but there were a hundred and ninety five republican men and women who voted yes for the holiday along with every single democrat in the united states house and every single united states senator from both parties

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Energy Milestone: Florida Utility Topples Last Coal Chimney

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 d ago

Energy Milestone: Florida Utility Topples Last Coal Chimney

"A demolition in Florida highlights how one utility is taking call off the menu spectators cheered as Florida power and light the largest electric utility in Florida imploded the towering chimney of the Indiantown cogeneration plant Martin County the company's last coal plant in Florida the four hundred ninety five foot stack raised a cloud of dust as it fell on its side in one piece a spokesman bill or law says the demolition is a sign of things to come it is a milestone it is another marker that we're saying we've now ended cold here in the state of Florida the company says it'll tear down the rest of the plant later this year and put in a solar energy facility I'm Jennifer king

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Environmental Racism is Real

Tamarindo

02:27 min | 5 d ago

Environmental Racism is Real

"Are going to talk about environmental justice and along with that environmental racism and which describes the fact that people of color and low income people are most likely to be situated in your sources of contamination and away from clean water air and soil so research by the la times finds that in the us. The best predictor of whether you live near hazardous waste site is the color of your skin. That is wild but not surprising right. This is america so now from not far from where i live here in the very latin next community vernon here in los angeles families have been waiting for over three years to have lead contamination. Cleaned out of their community. Contamination came from the exile plant which melted down. Used lead acid car batteries. You don't want that in your backyard. But that's what these families had in their backyard which state regulators had allowed to operate on a temporary permit for more than three decades so state regulators like thirty. But you keep doing it. And then they kept letting them do it for over thirty years. It's crazy right. And what can i tell you. More about this. Despite history of air pollution and hazardous waste violations. They were still continued to operate ex. Able to operate it. California health department analysis found that nearly three hundred children under six years old living near exide have elevated blood lead levels in two thousand twelve. We've known this for a while. The last year the plant was in full operation in twenty twenty. A court allowed exide to walk away from its clean up responsibilities leaving us the taxpayers with the bill to clean this up and i wanted to echo this example or highlight these example because a heard of exits. Its own backyard but too because you see the failures of the government time and time again in airing on the side of corporations and this is an example of environmental racism at play and unfortunately as a nation points out this is. There's nothing you this has been happening for decades and decades and a few insights here about specifically about the us fifty six percent of the population. You're toxic waste. Sites are people of color. People of color have thirty eight percent higher nitrogen dioxide exposure compared to white people. There are two times more likely to live without potable water and modern sanitation and ninety five percent of people of color that have claims against polluters denied by The environmental protection

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What Is Disordered Eating with Melainie Rogers, Founder of Balance Eating Disorder Treatment Center

Break The Rules

02:05 min | 5 d ago

What Is Disordered Eating with Melainie Rogers, Founder of Balance Eating Disorder Treatment Center

"Talk about the lay of the land as far as what what you think are see statistically is disordered eating. I think cements people even a label. People don't like their relationship with food with an example. I was at a birthday party this past weekend. The topic of fasting intermittent fasting came up with the folks there and they were talking about man. I just feel so like psychedelic. When i'm like going on my third day of my faustin just like talking about experiences. Connections do it justice A metaphor for our lives in a big part of our lives as well And they asked me like we'll have you ever tried intermittent passing like dude. I was the queen of fasting in the day. And i just. I don't do anymore but it is so commonplace that there's all these a diet chocolate a bit about what you're seeing the doors of. Maybe he will think bad relationship and soon but are not labeling themselves or don't want to label themselves either but they want help with the relationship with food absolutely so you know a lot there and it's so true right econ go anywhere without people telling you about the latest dining whether it's kito or intermittent fasting of course is big thing right now and everyone has an opinion about it and and so what i like to think about is to ask the question. What's going on for that person before. They decided to reach out to try intermittent fasting or try the kito diana whatever unusually. It's because they had distressed about their body image impulsively they white and they may have tried other diets before. And i haven't worked and i say that inverted commas because we know that ninety five percents diets fail. I'll get to that lineup. So i'd like to ask you. What was your relationship with food. And what was your relationship with your body light before you decided to pursue intermittent fasting. What's what's the real motivation around. And usually some ability or attempt to control your white and you calories and in a way that you're looking for that civil

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What Failing Technical Interviews Can Teach You With Farhana Mustafa

CodeNewbie

01:53 min | Last week

What Failing Technical Interviews Can Teach You With Farhana Mustafa

"Thanks for having me so from you pretty recently. Wrote a really really great deaf piece called what i learned from failing technical interviews and i think the idea of technical interviews is just really scary for those of us who are new to coating. So i'm really excited to dig into all of this before we do that. Please tell me about your coating journey. How'd you get into this so my first programming experience started in twelfth grade where my school offered. Ap's pure science. I was fortunate enough to actually attend a school that offered a computer science courses or any. Ap courses at all a lot of high schools back then didn't offer these courses so the class structure was a little strange. Ninety percent of your raid was attendance so naturally students just didn't care your showed up and played on the computer so there was a handful of students including myself that focused on passing the exam and i was so infatuated with computer science that i declared it as my major when i accepted my university offer and basically the exam was coming slowly and i spent all my lunches studying and i even spent my time after school to study. Ask questions to my teacher. And i take the exam and i had to wait like a month to get my grade back so degrade structure was one being the lowest five being highest if you pass and i get my grade and i saw a big fat one on his else so i was devastated and i was just thinking like how am i going to major in. This didn't know what to

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The Return of "Bennifer"

Locatora Radio

02:24 min | Last week

The Return of "Bennifer"

"Here. The nineties the nineties are back dude. The nine back there like early. Two thousands vendor for is like the early two thousands And i have been dying to talk about truth. The early two thousands are badly to thousands. Thousands are back in every way we have benefactor. We have the straight leg jeans sash. We had the fashions the tiny person once. Hang on the now whom i. Who am i kidding but there. Yeah it's back in so many different ways but ivan super excited to talk about benefactor. Because i am like rooting for benefit. Twenty twenty one. To be honest. I am too and i feel like the entire internet is reading preventative for. Everyone seems to be happy about it. Everything i've seen on. My timeline has been very pro for team benefactor. Were happy about it. We're proud of j. Lo were like relieved for band. And i feel like yellow is just like i feel like she was reading her engines waiting to get out of that relationship Again when she like got out of it she really got out of it like sprint. I mean obviously like we can only make assumptions about celebs because we don't them. But yeah i feel i feel like when j. is done with a relationship. She's like done with it like she doesn't waste time. She moves on like at least like to the public. I right of course we never know blah blah blah what goes on internally or like in her little circle but i do feel like again. I don't know j. Lo but i feel like she really really loved ben affleck. She had like the album she on her album when they were together. I'm blanking on the album. Title right now but like That's like the jenny from the block album. She had she was in the videos. She had the salt a little song named bed. Yeah like the song was like an dedication to him. The album a dedication to him. And so i feel like she really loved him and i feel like the rumor was at his parents. Didn't want him to marry her. Which like he called off. The engagement allegedly

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Larson Wins Again as Hendrick Continues Month of Dominance

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

Larson Wins Again as Hendrick Continues Month of Dominance

"If you look up a red hot in the dictionary you'll find a picture of Kyle Larson for the second straight week the California kid one all the stages and the race this time it is home track of cinema Larson led fifty seven of the ninety two lacks first third win of the year and is this straight top two finish he had to hold off his teammate chase Elliott on too late restarts Elliott second place finish give Hendrick motor sports four straight top two finishes tying a record dating back to nineteen fifty six Brett McMillan Sinama California

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"ninety" Discussed on Never Ninety Nine

Never Ninety Nine

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"ninety" Discussed on Never Ninety Nine

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"Can't take your shit have receipts for. They bought this. Let's say you're a gangster as m ever they could come into your house with all the stuff or whatever and like seize your crap if you can't provide receipts for. That's fair bill. I paid cash for that not anymore. Yeah but i guess my boat. I guess as well because like you know sopranos like they steal a bunch of shit. Yeah so that's how they there's no transfer money but again that i don't know if it's true so you so if you had that money from however you've got the cash and you went to the jesus piece store. I guess you could buy all these necklaces. I will take mercy. Thank you as long as you had received the banks. Mom yeah yeah by your shit whole thing with money laundering buyers shit with dirty money. No money yeah kind of money laundering as you go out and make money on the street legal method and then you dump it into whatever profit or to a business is use my old office when that you currently work right. I could just make patient and see. They paid me seven thousand dollars then. I got the money going through taxes. And i pay taxes on account and then so you have all these different fake patients just paid me like ten thousand dollars a piece on paper. It looks great taxes it goes through. You know it goes to the credit card machine on a notch. Just money into your l like in the office people who just give us cash like this killer gave me five thousand dollars cash. One time yeah. It's the same thing the fake kelly would walk in and give you all with a k. We'll give you all the fake know thousands of dollars and you just put that in your account and you registered and you running through your taxes and them the street in the puts it into like your business or whatever and then you put it to your bank account you can get like the irs goes. Oh they got a business they money. You know no big deal american dream right there. Is it whenever we were watching ozarks. I was like the. Us government's money laundering. All of our stuff but if you an experienced monday launderer show us how you do. It'd be based off of the sopranos. Do all right now is the supreme sir. Santa's you've ever since friends but you. Now right amy do long dated. it's bob show vampires. Just oh vampires but you know what the older a mob show movie gets the better. It is because there's always say the past usually so it's good but as contemporary which was cool because it was set now when it came out it was sitting present whatever year it was fun. Yeah usually watch this montage authorized a good show super footy. It's about you know what entourage's an anti nausea will first of all of this show has to have vampires in for you to watch it home but it definitely it does help it helps as a fan of magic is. Magic is anything dead or immoral and then like timepiece. I'll love a good time piece. Drew you like it. Sure did a good. That was good recommendation. Okay so entourage. What about what about because the premise of the show is this kid from the bronx or something. I think it's from new york so neighborhood new york because he's like kind of poor and he makes it as actor like big time. Hollywood actor and this is like progression from like a commercial into a movie into a bigger moving into you. Know he's like yeah whatever so he gets is the move to california super rich or whatever but he brings his boys from the york with his entourage cadet so all the show comedians. Do that will bring their boys. So the show is like you know. Hey you know the guy the main character their stuff happening and stories and such but the basically the show is is francis fucking fuck with them constantly. Dudes like bus balls. I did you see bad trip for the first time. What's bad trip. Like a hilarious. Half of it is written like movie. The other is like keeney camera. Visit old kinda like a should have washed it or watch it. It's really funny okay. He likes caesar call from school. He tries to get to new york. He teases best do. I can't remember these comedians names but and you it's really funny The yeah but the permit half of it is like What no way. It was made in two thousand twenty funny. Yeah it is a new one okay. We'll it's definitely made like it's older Eric andre a. r. Chris carey is that his room. Oh yes sorry. Chris carey eric. Andreas is Name the show and the movie but he adds like half of it is like people's response to some crazy stuff like goes on to gov cords course and his friend him and his friend like chinese finger trap on their wieners. Need we need help. And so some of it's like fuck. I how do i help. And then there's like well helpless you'd get the fuck outta real exclusive is like recorded like they're on a script. They like a premise of the movie. And then these situations are real. Jack ass can't so it's like bora. Yeah say bory okay. Cool so yeah okay. Same same purpose. Yeah the people in the movie. Borat were not actors. Fuck is happening dude. Latest run around. Yeah so but it was like gangster woman come out of jail like guys like cleaning graffiti and you see her roll out of a bus and he was like fuck. I don't. I don't know go that way. And then the cop comes. He's like dude. I don't know what the fuck to do. Have you see. Do you remember the borat explosion. Everyone talked borat. Kind of this is still pretty young. So that's a nice nice. Yeah yeah that was. Also at the anarchist's cookbook was very nice. We make a bomb bob. I don't remember when it came out to find out. Because i was in my heyday of got me. Two thousand and like four or five sweet spot. Good stuff that is brought to be. When i was in like eighth grade in two thousand five two thousand six okay ninth grader. Fresh into the high school in two thousand six. I guess so. Those dr school doctors a think tank school graduate. Yeah i graduated college in four. Yup maybe that's the way it was still in college so came out like bourbon. All the guy in bara. Yeah all the every gentleman in we talk like borat. I feel bad for the ladies. Everyone talks real bad at this time in our lives. Yeah but the movie was just too good. it was just too good..

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"I wanna lay in too far later. I grew up in hood and we didn't have no for nine over walk into probably would real. I don't remember people wearing fur coats and shit like a west coast thing. I mean i've seen like you know. My mother-in-law has like a hand thing that's listening. Yeah but it was her. Grandmother's that's cool. So like nineteen twenties. I wonder whether it was very lavish. Yeah when that changed the like all the minks were gone. I get killing actually know what a mink looks like but i know what i mean by getting killing animals just for just for commercial codes. That's crazy then discarding the Not respecting the whole animal using. Get that being stupid. But i believe that's one of those dopamine hits get as like an old also i don't understand the mink coat and then list because a lot of them so usually mink is Fully white with little blurbs of black these little guys click ferrets that are fat and fuzzy and only some of them are wide. So i don't understand a mink coat never known anyone that has for before or anything. Leave it okay. Then what am i thinking of those. The people i know generally hang out with like oh my gosh. You can't wear for only people going to add us. People do not like it when you talk about for this firm. I must say you should or shouldn't work for. I don't care what you do. I'm just saying if you've ever felt that you would understand what people like. I'm gonna cut your little face off. Yeah i i just believe or think it's probably proven that has got to be some sort of like dopamine hit we get as ancient species when you get it. You get a positive reward. Keep killing the animal eating making tools getting warmth continuing family survive so also just botched anesthesia in german. Also that is. I don't know why i was trying to like. Let's go to the most advanced things watching german instead of like okay. What did you watch like sesame street journal. Fuzzy fuzzy was already a channel for learning language. A really You know what else is like a thing like fire fire when you look at sorry. I'm jumping back to where we're talking about bourbon bourbon conversation bourbon brains year bird brain bourbon brains bubbly burma brain. What was the other ones. We had two good names egg. Memories ache memory. That's a good one good one. That's a real good one. Don't take hours call it. call it my restricted. But like the armenians yeah restrict. Okay sorry fire yes. That's what it means if you make a fire or like look at a fire. It's very it's awesome. Yeah your brain likes that one get lost in the sauce and i think that's another one of those They're called reward systems. Do something it makes you feel good but we do that. Biologically to stay alive. That's why it's in us like we could fire like fuck fire fire but we need it. They kept us alive. Got us out of the trees or the forest or whatever you know so filled to the gods one book do really wanna read food. The gods. I don't know if i've read that one. I know cherry to the gods i've read that one. Yeah this is. Vote it I don't know joe. Rogan talked about as a tears mckenna. Food of the gods. Yeah a lot to do with like how Primates came down from the trees after the wetlands had started to recede started eating new foods jerk mushrooms as if the magic mushrooms the stone eat theory. This is just as gm. Oh terrance like the yet is by tax mckenna. Food of the gods food or the cool. I have read that. We'll have a check out the search for the original tree of knowledge and the radical history of plants drugs in humans plants or the history of plants drug and human elva lucien. That's where he talks about the stone. Date theory yeah. I've never read the book of only heard him talk about other. It's only nine dollars. I will get the book fourteen dollars if you google plant. Fuck you google play. Why you more fussily you fuck you. Google fuck you apple. Oh terrance he talked like this vapor rise and then you feel all these things. He is an alien might be. Hey he's been taking a lot of times he's like i just picked up on their dialect is like alien terence mckenna trace like. Here's a mushroom. It's fine five five grams. One time no problem the other guys all is the most. I've ever paul stem. It's i don't know. Paul guy you guys. You'll love that gay okay. He does everything about fungus. We like fun guys. All this guys. A listen to bill donahue the you should not evangelistic guy a but like your brain's base though africa okay. That's fine vague. Memories vague zuhdi is. Because the other day i was like i need some new dudes or gals listened to the thing. Bill donahue guy what does he talk about how the bible relates to are astrological and physical self of the body and consciousness. Wooh eighth time me that they were here for. The i know every time we say it is like here for like. Why a need that. He's just so he's so pumped fit like if you're pumped about your bible theology four. Yeah he takes things. That i grew up like being around here in the south immune link and then it matching the stuff that i dove into with my own curiosity about self consciousness and how we are all one and all of it and he's like yeah but the bible said that because he's like the bible's of really good book. You should read it. Read it you should read it but don't take it so literal and don't read the king. James version was versus. You re. yeah no like it's weird. Like the words. What the that's been touched. Well yes been touched and then like the translations like from certainly there is from asian to ancient to ancient a little bit modern to more modern languages supermodern. We'd like we have pictures you don't need to read. Yeah and then i. I was listening to someone talk. It was a linguist and it was like how hard is translate. I think it was ancient hebrew pt some ancient language. I believe it's hebrew fact that we're sarah means princess is silly. also what. why is that hebrew. yeah. I don't know but he was saying that. The words have like sound meaning within the also have a new newer neurological numerous number a number meaning to like this word as up to i think it was god number when you do it through that equals love so sometimes it just like. He was just saying just sports. There's not just words. Yeah there's other meanings so it's hard to translate a word for word over and i was just like wow man. That's freezing crazy man. I never i never liked. I can't remember who it was was talking about stuff. Never renew fake memory vague memory. That'd be music hig memory here. Some stuff we kind of remember. We're gonna move on. Never come back to it later. Fake memory sounds a good one. That is a good one. Because i was going to keep talking about that but i forgot what was talking about exactly. Yeah i forgot what else talk about this another name the podcast but yeah so it's like it doesn't work like the translations don't work for word so it makes it kinda omarosa. Well i like. How jordan jordan peterson. Sorry into guy is now. But i'm going to put it in my phone so i can remember..

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"ninety" Discussed on Never Ninety Nine

"Glass of milk in a long so good with dinner. Really milk steak dinner so we used to have really dead fucking mother like a full kitchen glass. Yeah how see dream ice cold ice cold ice. My teacher in second grade used to yes we. She'd put it in her cereal. And i was like you so silly ice her cereal. She is in her cereal. That would have never heard of. I've never seen ice crazy. It was also the first time so our elementary school was also like they called it crossroads. Yep big bergerson. Yeah mine's done this one weapon. It's much as i am more over there now. We're i can't. I gotta go target later. Ma'am pressure this for you. We next podcast. I might have to get some more. Yeah that's only that's that's one more glass for a while there. I was buying a bottle week almost a week. Maybe every two weeks. I'd have to really the people knew me and they're like for some more bourbon. Ucla yeah but the first day i saw some ice cubes in their milk was like a whole day. Zuleta i on that day for my baby blanket. So didn't have to one that you carry around got that shit. Your winds blinking. Yeah got that one. Didn't have it for school unlike boohooing so we're going into some weird places to go find a blanket really distracting until naptime is over. It was the first time. I saw like My brothers seven years older than me. This is the first time. I saw teenagers and it was the nineties so they were like goth down. You'd never seen the teenager. Not really not like that and not in a setting full of like i was in school. Did you. so you never seen. Teenagers acting like teenagers. Yeah we were in the lunchroom okay. So teacher puts ice cubes in her milk. And i'm like okay. That is weird though. Never been at the lunch line. You see some goth kids and you're like okay. You look a lot bigger than me and.

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"Giggle was just like you think i don't get some like i get all of it. She's like it's here. It's like one hundred. Two hundred years ago like obese. People were the most attractive people child. Bearing hips man or they got money to eat out fair. Yeah they do some biscuits and gravy today young men and women there if you saw like like overweight because that was very rare. Now it's everyone's basically is very is is bed. Gravy man grits in grids biscuits gravy. You want some cholesterol toppy. Her calories do there's tomato onto it. Go just put a little tomato until we do southern food. We'll split tomato on especially as yeah. It's fine tomato with globs of as that's a salad malin yet. Some he had some pasta. Mo- mayonnaise little deal pickle and some tomato and got yourself blanche hostile sal duck. Meat man was crazy that the What are we supposed to eat off of is bullshit trying. The trump food pyramid that asia. What's actually agricultural department may have your baseball cards at the eat from the food pyramid. And you're gonna get diabetes and heart disease and obese. Todd todd hi america. We're talking about his children and they were developed by the can't can't remember the agricultural side of the government or the lobby or united states. Whatever i can't remember the agency wasn't produced by the fda people don't know like so. The people that were making is all like corrupted my money so can money because their crops they will hate all these crops sweet. I made a lot of it. I wanna talk about something. That i've vaguely remember. Yeah there isn't the big memories that that's actually good one. Good one eight member remember that. That's for podcasts. That's a good one you like. Here's some shit. I thought about once kind of dorm. That's a good one man. I'll see the doctor. Owens sierra show is because it rhymes but like vague memories memories. Oh man don't take that one take over the change it for change your podcast every week. It's a different name you never know. You never know what's going to be talking about. It was vague memory though shit agriculture bourbon. That's another good one. Bourbon release podcasts. Vague memories doctor. Sarah show yeah. That's it one of those with the podcast or mosaic of a life. That's serious too serious better. I'm just rambling. Because i have trying to remember talking about. Fda food crops new Oh yeah gotta make fun because like remember all that but did remember ads going. Oh yeah sorry. There's a book. I think it's called the great sugar conspiracy. I could be wrong title ninety nine percent. Sure i'm wrong on the title but it is. A book exists about ninety nine. Yeah i am a hundred that that is wrong. But there is a book that that goes back and kind of discovers or like investing. How shitty sugar is for. Yeah yeah what happened. Was the timelines fuzzy. I don't remember a long time ago when they're making the food pyramid cram like that thing. Whatever at the people that corporations me league cereals kellogg's cereal people at versus normal brothers. All them shit like make all of this process sugary crab a longtime. This is a long time ago. They bribe the scientists to say this fact. This is true. This is how they bribe bribed the scientists to say that it was fat that made people fat. Because it's very easy to understand your you fat that sugar and carbs and all the stuff is good for you. It's fine glucose in your body naturally it if you think of it. That's how eighties way back in a day up until about ten years ago. That's even like old people now pops. Yeah that's hard sugar. Dip in your powdery. Sugar does consensus is like. Oh this is fat free. But it's kind of dying down. You don't see a lot of fat free commercials anymore. You see the products because the dog poisoner head. Yeah but they don't because they can't back those claims anymore because it's like very disputable now. Yeah but yeah so. They of us be fat milk. Yeah they just had an overproduction of it would like feed nurse during the wars. And they're like milk's good for you. Dear children to we have so much milk milk cows and the new. That's another inflammatory thing that we eat has been taught so you. I'm for people choosing to do whatever they wanna do. But black people do things on wrong information that we're told that cut my dairy consumption down to like ten percent of food. I haven't drank a glass of milk in a long so good with dinner. Really milk steak dinner so we used to have really dead fucking mother like a full kitchen.

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"I just kind of happened. It wasn't on purpose. Like saw the dow starts when i was trying to get their ration. I was trying to get to rationale. Not judge you wag your finger on it. But i was like that's interesting and i just was like kind like well. Why what do you think that. How does that help or trying to say. I was asking questions. Remember exactly and they had no answers for anything that i was saying. They get frustrated at me and kind of stormed out a little bit. I wasn't saying anything meaner judge. I was just trying to say. Oh that's interesting. Well the hell. How's it working or something like that and is a wine and they couldn't tell me i was just like well. You just hit him. Because you're angry because you have to clean the bed you know you're not doing any good. Yeah so i thought that was really weird. Like the different. I heard that blew my mind. Like and you beat your. They use the word beaten woop. They did not like for accidentally pain in the bed. Only the bed so yeah. Check this out pissing all over the better. You know what i mean. It was like at nighttime. Yeah that would be a different story. They're like ha ha fuck you standing on the bed you know. Just say that. But it's maxed tiny bladders. It's just an accident anyway. What if i'm getting my ass self mama's house s means two man tents. Yeah i heard one time on something. I don't think it was a real life person who was like a smart man on the internet or woman. I don't i don't think a conversation with somebody but they stuck me though like it's one of those like you know you hear things like you're like horse heard that i'm like yes. I'm in on the good trait or toxic trek. I don't know who's a good one. This is a good one. I think it's good. They told me that as a parent. When you hit your children they say you should or should they say but when you do. You've reached your limit in parenting. You don't know how to parent beyond this limit. So you you resort hitting them to like whatever you resort that to do the parenting for you as opposed to you doing. Yeah and also that is a good one so like i've never hit entree going. I'm never going to do that. I didn't like we'll see. I don't know but now after having a kid i'm like good we can just talk it out. We talk and like i don't need it hit him and he's also seven so he doesn't do anything agreed to sound like you went up to like some lady and punch your face or something. I don't know if i'd hit them either. I don't know what the fuck. Yeah just be like do you. I don't think ever do hit a melissa becomes a criminal or something. I don't know i wouldn't even would do that. I would just meet reaching the limb parenting going with the fact that you do. You know what i mean. So i don't know but i heard that i was just like true man. That's a real good. That's a good one man saint-marc things. Yeah yeah so. They said like so whenever you do that. You're probably have reached a limit and it wasn't judgy. I'm more being more judgy than they were. They were just like what you get there. You if you do that this your choice. Whatever but you should look at like how you could become a better parent you parent through that as opposed to just go through violence and there were saying most of the times like the kid doesn't really care they're like it'll suck for like fitting how old they are. It's time for a second. Do whatever i want. Because they won't be before or after this moment they'll just hit me and get their rage out and then they're done they're done. Just keep doing the same shit like it doesn't matter it's worth the whatever they're doing is more important and more worth than the woman or whatever it doesn't matter doesn't mean i can kind of like Have some connection to that because there was a different time where we just. We stopped getting spanked. And it's like that wasn't even a thing anymore. Yeah it was like a definite moment. Like i got i got spankings. So it's not like you know. Mike came from israel progressive. Yeah but whenever like it was the my dad short. My sister got a spanking bowl. He couldn't reach me on the bed. I don't think i got spanked anymore. Top was only top bunk beds five. Reach me. I was in the corner. I like. i'm like dude. I'm sorry. I'm sorry i'm sorry can stop and you're klay. Okay okay guy. Was it worth to get up there and like gave them some time like okay. It's far you did have the immediate ability his rage out for my sister and then fucking a finger wag from i shit okay. I'm sorry. I'm sorry i have hit andre one time and it was an accident. It wasn't on purpose. He intentionally. he's a kid so he's learning. He intentionally kicked me in the nuts off and didn't do it on purpose. He hurt he hit me. I was like reflex the open home. He'll palm strike. Because i thought he was going to do it again. Yeah the hit me. And i was like oh and like he was coming out so i kind of pushed him away from me. Cut shocked them. Danka put hands on me. Yeah yeah he looked at me. He's like dad. Are you okay. And i was like yeah man. He's like you like he's like he's got hit me in the chest a little bit. I was like you of kick them in the nuts. he was like. I'm sorry. I was like yeah me too man and that was it. I was like yeah. But then the next day i was like i didn't he didn't cry. I didn't hit him harder and it was a beaten emergency so we actually dislike him because he was coming at me. I just got hit real hor. He's solid he'll kick me in the groin. Yeah i wanted him away from three inches back. Man just close. Yeah yeah do it again. Like i don't know. I don't know why it's also happened within. Like tenths of a millisecond bloom and then the next day pulled him over it. I kick me the other day yesterday and hurt real bad and he got kind of weird. I was like i'm not mad. Unanimously hurt real bad. I was like if you kick anyone else like that again. They're gonna hit you hard. Yeah and he's abilene. How bumped you away from me. He was like yeah. That was weird. I was like i'm sorry. I didn't mean like bumpy away from it but if you do that to a stranger or when you get older they might hit you really hard somewhere where herds and they might not even mean to you and i was like that would be your fault. That was like if you get hit from doing kicking someone on purpose. that'd be wonderful. Yeah and he was like. Oh okay i understand. Yeah yeah so like. He's a very self centric beginning part of life. Yeah so that was weird. That's the only time i wouldn't call it. I bumped him. Yeah her throw up. He'd be hard he'll as a female nuts fucking funny. This is like the worst cramped is mandy. Gaba folded over like i was. I was like as a boo folded and he was still like coming attack. Like a little kid is destroying me. Hit me real hard. And i folded over and i remember fully dipping this way and he was coming at me. That's the russell me or whatever like it wasn't a hit. It was like a puck to block block. You're a pusher might went back on but a little bit. I was like just to get away from and we looked at each other and he was like data. I'm sorry i was looking at me too. Okay yeah yeah. After because he. I don't think he's ever hit me. Got me like brothers. Do yeah brother me brother hell out of you got me. My niece's father they Happen but he he did throw up get kicked so hard. He threw it but in the vent man. That's there's just like especially if this is bad anytime but if is the winner and then like there's heat involving getting in there. I mean if you're not getting it all there's like this there there. There is a piece of corn hanging out like around. Corn is crazy. It's not even the inside of the corner casing the case crazy. Yeah yeah that's one of the things. That's why i think ages you because it messes corn supposed to be one of the they give you anti aging doctor. Stop eating. Stop eating corn. It's one of the things they'll tell you is up eating. I can't remember like that shit gets in your colon. Whatever it hangs out there forever. Yeah what's really not really into anti-aging doctors for some reason. This way..

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"Enough to not get the straw. The pop through. And then they have. Like a whole the juice squirts out the side as a father of a first grader. We still battle that. And it's usually me. That fucks up the capri sun. And i'm like i could do this faster and i didn't usually down. You knew i could do it better. I'm like sorry buddy but yeah we wasted a whole day on. You can assemble on how to like pop but it was hard. I remember meghan. Remember lots of milk. You had to put your thumb on top of the straw. Yeah that's the only really had to say quickly pop. It was like a whole thing. But i remember we as they told us that. We're like them off show everywhere. My gosh that's crazy that you remember that time but we have like a year bags of milk for like one year if it was a whole year. Oh man that was a small we're small. I was pretty small too. I don't i don't remember when it was like. Yeah i mean it had been elementary school for me. I think it was a little bit school for me. Which means you weren't alive. Probably you know what i mean like. I guess they tried to like brought it back a bit. June to june one wasn't about i mean shit was funny. Did you guys ever have the the light that would tell you if you're too loud. Oh yeah the the stoplight. Getting yellow skin the yellow. Gosh did that for two minutes or whatever the fuck vice-principal sticker hands up quiet done so system stuff. My son has never had to go through. Men like he goes to a private school. It's like so kind of like we're gonna pamper you. You feel loved and have a ton of me when you get. It's great. i was against it until i saw it and i was like. This is what what's going to happen when someone's actually fucking mean to them in real life. Well hamilton let's get cry. I'm not mean to him. But i am preparing him for that. Like for instance like we go to the playground for like four or five hours. You know what. I mean so. There's all the kids there. He asked to socially intermingle with the means. Some kids are mean to him. Orson tubs his group will meet some other kids and they have like these weird dynamic south sound. You can't play with our ball. Yeah i am. I am worried that he's to kind word as to kind as a youngster. Because once it becomes an adult. It's like is going to make him like one of the most attractive humans that people know. Yeah me lay. Patino like energy attraction by. I am a little worried because not all kids. Were like that you know. So and then he'll probably go to for public high school. Because i think is good for that public schools. Do yeah definitely agree with that. If i ever made offspring. I would definitely put them in private school until they have thicker skin. Well he's the his school. He goes to goes to eighth grade so like it's not option to go so who knows what's going ninth grade. We like or do some folks. Yeah yeah so. Yeah everyone active. Yeah so there's one thing. I'm worried about the diversity of people Socio economic particularly. Because like you know like you have to pay to go to the school. it's pretty expensive. was worth it though but So there's certain types of people that he doesn't get a chance to interact with in like that's huge for life. Yeah because you have to interact with people from all walks of life all thoughts and ideologies and stuff like that. They're all the same to go to school. Like everyone is exact downtown columbus. Has everybody true. I'm probably the most weirdest dad at saint. Louis probably have the different most different views on the world. I'm probably the outlier. Yeah maybe a few others. I dunno because there's no dad group go find out yeah you. There's not enough of us. I don't know but like i don't know man 'cause a lot of the people that go there live. Well i don't know like we're generally in this weird. I don't know i don't know how we live like. Yeah most people's viewpoint like he keep going that way across the tracks and it can get kind of crazy and then you go that way. Just a few more miles in your like in the historic aspect of broadway. It's weird i am. I am worried about that. But i'm trying to prepare them for like a park or he'll be fine. He's strongman the other day. I could see him doing the moves he could do. Cool moves and stuff that he couldn't do a couple of months ago but the other day we went to the splash. Pet which is like with the water shoots up When he runs around and shit it had guys go to. Yeah and then i was looking at his back because he actually muscles man. That's awesome told me he's how you muscles dad. He's flexible muscles. So i showed this look good. It looks real good looks good. He's like i'm cool. Something earlier you said reminded me this. I was going to get back to in connected. But i can't so i'll just tell you what her executive remember the connection so it's like a half open stories that subaru open popped open. Yeah yeah yeah. I was going to bring this little part in but like How has a weird inner like weird conversations with patients like the this past week one of them was like this person had a kid about andres age. They're exactly the same but about the same age and they were telling me that whenever their kid accidentally like the bed or something At night which they said he or she. I can't remember doesn't do it often. But if they have an accident they welcome ov- mike that's how you make serial killers. Yeah yeah yeah. I know you can't do that. You can have your opinions. You raise your kids however you wish. That's your prerogative for living in america. But i don't hit my kid and i don't judge if you do that you right. I have my opinions on it. But i think do judge this person. That's an accident. Yeah that's like saying like if you sneeze i'm gonna whoop you might mean to sneeze..

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"I don't remember exactly. I had never taken a sick day. So i got paid for all my sick days. And they didn't like disappear so like i had the first year and the second year so they roll over. I had like a lot of money in day. Two or three weeks in sick days and then like or paid time off collectively or whatever so i got paid for that plus my severance severance and then yeah and then i had my 401k then built up over a little bit of time. There and i was like whoa. This is what people will. that's why people love benefit so much. This is crazy And i got paid the most. Yeah i did nothing. All i did was watch youtube videos. That's pretty for yeah. Yeah i'm definitely getting paid. The most i've ever been paid. Yeah yeah it is pretty sweet And texas are coming out cool. Texas taxes taxes are coming out contractor anymore switched over. Yeah that's how they originally wanted to originally told to hire you as an independent contractor. Then they were like nah to switch it best way ask you like as a little different. I could require you to do things and you're like be required to do nothing. And i was like cool. There's a lot of wiggle room and what i true. I wouldn't have required you to do. But i was just like i don't want to lie to you and tell you. There is no difference between beat a ten ninety nine w. two employees because there is a huge difference. Yeah yeah you can't write as much stuff on your taxes. you can't get swabi savvy. Helton swabi swabi at tom. Tom tom they can hook you okay. It wasn't really his fault but fuck we still haven't an texas yeah still haven't bought our.

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"I like to target. Because i never get things that i thought it was gonna get. I'm just gonna look with my eyes i have. It's twelve o'clock and columbus. I don't know if picks it up but if the microphone is picking up you'll hear like this siren. Sounds like the alien invasions coming. I think i don't think you can hear it but if you can't hear aliens aren't coming it's just you can't hear it out at my house. Can you live out in the sticks sticks man. Someone came through the fuck in tractor shed through our yard. What put like ruts on our yard very speaking of southern southern to say with know someone came through with some tracks through or yard or they went through. There were like having tales from the south tales from south come out to the hamilton harris county listeners in europe. I can't remember right now. Because my mind's getting cloudy that's fair but they're really they. They'll figure it out. You know what man we might have tractors shit going down. They got tractor. Shit we went to Was like a street fair festival. They were doing little rides on like a a forklift. They put manufactured chairs to put on this forklift. And they're like we toback down. Germans i'm just saying like engineers some will rent shit. Yeah or is a very acceptable. Is it working with what's going with like how much weight it could pick up and how high it could go from the 'cause i mean it was probably thirty feet up and to take that much weight at least two hundred three hundred pounds straight up with no Anchoring of the vehicle. That you're riding in. I don't know how much in cliffs lift. But that's like a lot but you look at that is do you do. Do you. go from ratchet or do you go. I think the fact that it was a ride was just to like put. They're like hi. We have tractors and it's like a street fair festival a good thing. I'm not a gum for like. do we want. How should we look at that fact. There was a line for it. I'm guessing people thought it was pretty. Sweet yeah right. Oh man working. We got sweet ratchet. People will look that. Go from austin. Yeah that'd be the gonna know up until we yeah right or just look at michael. Why if i were to see like a forklift lifting people up in a lawn chair. I'm going to be like that's awesome. Envy like know man like this seats. Were a little more structured than duct tape in my brain and you've got like rusted as like forklifts in like -til launch air duct tape around their frame finder. Pastor travelers sails cutting a tree so it wasn't touching the power line. Fine no problem but did you have to go through our fucking yard twice like you could see them. Come in and alan. They got fucking ruts in our yard. How little understand. How like screw that. You are. The took the tractor. We didn't see it. We just saw the rats and we're like what the fuck so i mean. They either came in through our neighbor's yard and came behind the poll. But like you'd like if they came through our yard and went that way there was no ethers plenty of clearance backed up and used either driveway. Her dr oh was closer in the trees in her yard. I don't know why that came through our yard fill. There's two dudes in an attractor. They're looking for kate. How fast can we go and cut this corner. Shit in other guy was like was able to fuck around a fund out. Yeah they did around found out and put bread scenario. We could neither have. I mean it's it's it's not nice so as you're going to see it on pattern just saying you have a husband who is in long grass man. Yeah that's not cool. It's weird. Because like i grew up like a from jones around franck bit south of atlanta on some miles not too much familiar with georgia atlanta area. There's a circle interstate. That goes around the city to five interstate shitty road tires this shitty but i grew up with the very bottom of circle in sucks there. It's just weird growing up there and then coming to a place like here lie columbus. Yeah because it's totally different right so like atlanta is fairly woke in all that good stuff and all that bad stuff cabs with that good and bad but i grew up is a very dangerous in urban for. I don't have describe. It wasn't a good place right so like that. Whole dynamic of intermittent kind of like a. It would all just kind of swimming together like we would go there. They would come. It was kind of like intermingled right. And it was kind of a weird community of gangster shit in really nice. Now we travel. They travel travel through all the parts and like they'll be from here but they spend their time here. They buy their stuff over there. The called the great sprawl atlanta. Yeah yeah because like people that inhabited the city of atlanta either from work living or buying shit commerce. Whatever you'll travel great distances to go in and out of the city if you'll live like a lot of people live in atlanta but it's a huge city during the workday because people travel in because like around. They're not that much going on. Like not even just like right on. But like i mean people in where i grew up for the most part they would travel to lease an hour and a half solid hour and a half. I did that here. I live in columbus which is at least. It was hour and a half drive and andre the every day to work in the city of atlanta. Just because there wasn't any up. I had a really great opportunity and there wasn't one. Yeah it sucked. But i mean i did. It was the best job. I worked at life university. Here like i'll. I'll make them when all maryetta they had a clinic. Yes so the school opened like a clinic in like a right downtown okay downtown instill take so long to get their twenty five minutes every day. Yeah yeah yeah. But i got paid the most. I've ever got paid for nothing. I didn't work at all. Yeah i am just chilling because went to for like a year. we're yeah until it closed I would've say that job forever. Yeah it was crazy i i. I've ever had where i got like really crazy benefits. I had because it was a technically. I worked in this clinic. Technically worked for the schools university. Yeah never went to the university. But i got was employed by life university. But they own the clinic. I don't know how they had legally structured. Llc it'd be like we got my. Paychecks came from life university. So i got all the benefits of being a faculty professor whatever. Yeah i got this health benefits. But man i got so million paid time off paid vacation. 401k with matching. A guy like kinds. i mean everything man. It was crazy when they closed the clinic and then subsequently fired me because there was no severance pay gave me two months pay nice and then i had never taken a sick day in a year and a half to work..

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"Because i mean compared to some people around me. It's like i don't have an accent. I'm wear that. I do Which is great. But i went to my doctor at the almost it was in atlanta well in maryetta suburb of atlanta. Yeah and almost everybody from my class. There's probably like one hundred twenty people on my first class. That i took it. We all kind of went through together. You don't have to you know. This is a set schedule. I got into pick my schedule so we all kind of went through long as you pass. You know what i mean. And i think there was four people out of one hundred twenty one hundred twenty that were from georgia. Okay yeah yes. Everyone else was from like new york new jersey. Puerto rico was very popular. We had like some awesome recruiting agency. I think there was people on the board or alumni or whatever circles like board circles like that lived in puerto. Rico so we had a lot of puerto ricans and michigan. Same thing in michigan. Yeah while the people that are on the board at life university at the time. I believe like lived in michigan. So they got a lot of michigan. Yeah right so. I remember i was in class and then one of the first exercise. They did because i was like. That's weird like are we in like fifth grade. Yeah hi my name is chris. I'm from southern georgia. Yeah i wanna make money pop and bags hop pop pop back but i'm not from here from atlanta. Oh that's right that's right. Don't or jonesboro brilliant from i'm not from atlanta people. Say that one of the shitty suburbs. Yeah but i thought it was really weird. Because i was like a fifth grade but you know what i mean but then as we went through i was like. There's nobody from georgia in the colleges in georgia is really weird and a bunch of fun accent. Yeah yeah yeah then right after that class whatever. People came literally like always like some sort of like animal zoo. Yeah like say soda no say biscuits biscuit grits and y'all all sentence yeah y'all light biscuits and gravy so it's a southerner found one. Yeah yeah yeah and they were just like your accent. I was like manny thing. my accent's thick. You should hear some friends show you. We can get out of the city. You hear some goodness right there. I'll be real thick. But i thought it was weird because like i was like almost unaware i knew i said a couple of words. Weird finger worked over the years of. I don't want to get rid of my accent. The wanted to refine. You just wanted to say words. Well yeah we'll see the word correctly and it will have accidents great but like fingers the words as high stuff like that fixing fixing to go. I don't see that anymore fixing to go to the store like when i was younger because this is my grandparents used to say i didn't know what was a real word is to get right in my face and be like it's not y'all know y'all is perfectly acceptable word that's how you all contraction. They'll take i'm taking a slap on the back of the hand or no. It was. Where's your grandma from germany. Okay she's now. It's grandma was the why she hated. It's why it's a short. Why maybe not here. Everything here is drawn out why. Hey y'all why you're moving so fast. Yeah what what's what's the hurry. Slow down the conversation was hot. I would. I'm conversation with people. Particularly like in the north northeast. or whatever like their speed of everything is like times to the minds. Like negative five slow. So yeah we're talking mainly talks. Oh slow. And i'm like i want you to hear what i say. Yeah i got a lotta shit to say thinking about my words. My got nowhere to go like. What are we rushing to. Do you know or for walking somewhere like like they're like why are you moving so slow. I don't think moving as though by my way out walking so fast around. Keep up and they're going to do an olympic. St pete walk. I might what do you. What do you see in front of you. There's nothing in front of you behind you. we're good we're just chilling. Nearly didn't get it. I guess we just want people to see us when we move around down here hot. You gotta move. Yeah that's true. I guess wet faster you move in in the southeast. The way more backswing it's going to drip down. You better not run. you're gonna shake it off. It's going to get in your pants. Yeah i'll go your leg like a belt sweat line you like delicious. What we're we're we live like you can have in the summertime. You get in your car. You can have like ac blowing and you still back sweat. Yeah they'll matter man like it's it's boys it don't matter it don't matter it don't matter i mean that's proper english rate no. It doesn't matter as i. You're suppose house the way minutes impr- it'd be like it's not. My dad would say if my dad would say it on my hotel reevaluate let me check the grammar of that but yeah they wanted me to say tell same. We've already started the cast. Do some personal last time. My phone died and he was like Are you okay. Gad's do some personal ticks while recording pocket. You i was. Yeah they wanted me to say Y'all biscuits and grits grants. They're like what the fuck is grit. I'm like i don't know. Have you ever see my cousin vinny about that. I had to lay talking about shoes like cream of wheat. And she was like grits. Just my good gritty. yeah but clearly. It's awful. I'm on like do you really do you. Like grits slow. I like olive it. Okay good. I don't tomatoes. That's about it okay. It's i don't really like on a consistent basis beats at only be. Let's try man. I don't know anyone that likes beats main pickle. Beam haley really Again it's still just pickled dirt dirt. Yeah but what. If you just had unrefined pickled untitled there you put it on. Some ruge was some balsamic. I'm here for him. Salmon beats. You're better than me. So you want to hear your. They're really good to swedish. I've never had one. Because i have heard their way better. Yeah they don't taste like dirt. They taste sweet. Yeah but usually cubed just like an interesting texture to bite through because kinda solid fun so yeah. I don't like beats apparently and i cooked carrots. a hate cooked. Carrots is pretty gross. Holidays like my kryptonite like especially like bagged frozen carrots. Yeah it's not good and they're like that particular wavy chopped. I'm like fuck outta here. Here's a chip million. Fono buddy jo nasty as tastes and shit man. I remember when i was a because like bourbon. We cuss a lot was the last minute. I think before like the psychedelic water. So it's been like maybe a month or two yeah. That was the last time i drank. Bourbon was the last time that we drink whereas like i'm a lightweight so they hits me than the cuss words. Come out it's like it's like curse word lubrication. Yeah thuc balls. But it's good those seventeen nine hundred if you guys have got some of these check it out into the real real bernie burger find then joined the small bedrooms. Yeah there's many ones but this one. The proof is a little bit lower mean. It's it's bourbon by all accounts and measures but it just takes a little bit of the edge off. Yes yeah yeah. Because i don't have to mix it with anything. Then i don't i don't feel like garbage the hustle though. That's so. I don't have any of those hard to find like i had to actually do. Actually i've lied to you have to in my car. I forgot to bring them in. Damn stand for today in their in their man because i had to go to too far. Yeah so far. We're going to. I had to go to a different grocery store to find them To do all that stuff could go to target later. I like to target. Because i never get things that i thought it was gonna get. I'm just gonna look with my eyes.

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"Beers general. They're like that's too much. Yeah i read that in psychology thing like it. Like psychologically freaks kids out but i don't know if that's true or not i read it one like one word in the paper doesn't mean sarp i'm trying to get. This migrate. deaf would order but much in. My mom tells me all the time. She's like just wait. You'll get a whisker. One day you'll get scared to single whisker. I think that's where i don't know if worse than many whiskers but that one long whiskered that just like i told that to another lady who's laughing. She's oh excuse it i have. I have you know. She'd had pinched herself. And she's like tweezers in the car. Best on might like all right. I'll keep that in the memory bank. Also bad for women have sideburns or alma. I knows when lady that has a nuclear underneath pretty. Is that a stick as like mine. Yeah there yeah. It looked like me. When i was like fourteen thousand down there and i was like oh lean we bitches. We grow hair to just a banned book. You know what. I mean like since thing. I'm not judging anyone. But i feel bad for her because she's like man. I got a hairy. Like course yeah because after the justice like a toucher. So i mean it's not like i feel that yeah Working with some Not necessarily soldiers but the people who have done a have been soldiers. The shave their back on you buzz. They're back hurts. Do massage fight against knuckles. And you're like okay. I'm going to do this through the sheets that is raising my hands up to be like in like sliding sliding besides lotions this motion that through. Yeah it hurts. Yeah probably just feels like this here that. Yeah i think i can hear. It feels like feels like magin your sweet poor knuckles that have been moisturised for seven years. Advocates are fully moisturised soft. Yeah you're constantly. Like i do feel like i'm like slowly grinding away. My fingerprints though. I don't know if you could actually do that. Bleach them off. That's true or if you can. I mean i guess if you rub enough soldiers back chicken like sandpaper down. I mean i just as seeing them. They just look less Noticeable but it could just because my hands are moisturised. it'd be there just more plump. Fully plumped said public four. I don't think plump in late two years and we a good word means san. We're laughing about him. Fat sounding words like what polite baked beans like we were just making these like bull noises with our mouth. My bike lanes are boiling bubba. They just sound fat and bubbly bubbly bubbly. We were talking about accents and it just hurts some southern folks and there was like it. Sound like look. They had something liberal in the mouth. Yeah the there's a couple southern accents. There's a trailer park zone one. Yeah there is like the more refined charleston savannah. How honey name yeah. I tried to go board towards try to tip more towards that way. I don't know if i do or not. I don't sound like trailer trash anymore. Which is good. Not no more if i ever did but i kinda did for a while like the word finger finger. Yeah hardman a hard for me. I have to literally. If i'm going to see the finger got literally have to pause and go fingers i. It's not an a anger anger anger. Yes so that. That's a tough one for me. Water is a funny one too. Yeah you told me though. Say there's water water. Water dis water water. W ada water water water ice and water. Little kids are the worst too because they don't know how to do their r.'s. Water what bothers me because like little kids would say my name wrong. It's like it's not fucking sale. Fuck is what's wrong with you. Four year old. I really think i did that to a little kid. I'm like it's sarah. I can see against with a little my favorite. yeah well. let's say like stop it and then my niece says and i'm like what's different. Keep kids on the part like. Don't talk to me nasty dirty face. I wanna talk to you. Yeah but when is your dirty fish. She'll be clean. That's great including get that like you a good lunch. You eat real good. Yeah i love. Oh i love the will to do southern accent like it sounds beautiful to me. That's fair do i mean it sounds very. I like it like there's different accents. There's i don't like the neutral accent which is almost nothing. I'm not a fan of that. I enjoyed the gerard g. deal longer. That bourbons back. Barb and mouth blah blah bourbon mouth you bubble environmental geological geographical. Yeah the the the little twist people put words. I enjoy it. I like topographical maps to touch them on and go to like state parks. You're like hello curvatures. But i like Do like people talk like the differences. Some of i don't care for but it's interesting to hear people talk and i liked this. I liked that. That will do southern accent. And i hate the trailer trash southern. That's tough man. Like yeah especially living in south georgia. Lake everywhere. Sounds like a banjo date. Nansha feels like a banjo. I think my southern accent was like that pronounced..

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"ninety" Discussed on Never Ninety Nine

Never Ninety Nine

04:17 min | 4 months ago

"ninety" Discussed on Never Ninety Nine

"Comes to running. Yeah that's fair. That's like literally fifteen feet. It's like dude just like do do you. Don't need it. i think we're ready for. This is a pretty rambles. The preamble of stuff and getting some beverages in just kinda calm down film like that smooth jazz smooth yes. It was actually some sort of instrumental hip hop but is smell like smooth jazz. When you came in hang on occupy the people occupy the people people so today was really lovely I've just been driving around a good bit. Had things to do today and the clouds were really great. Whether it's been really cold. People are like dressed like it's freezing outside like it's not that intense. So but what. I just did. My dog is fucking crazy too late. She everything like a psychopath. We record the podcast. If you're listening to the podcast check out on youtube because you could look at your faces man. So she was licking the tripod. The little shake so we sort the podcast after that. Yeah we started podcast now right now right now it's happening. Oh yeah forgot to do that. Shit or warm baths in southern sounds and so we got going on right now. Twitter review lady twitter israel israel. We had zero twitter followers. I never use twitter like in my life. I still don't have it. I mean no why would you. I mean you have it. So let's get enough right right. So my whole i almost always huxley famous. People talk about twitter all the time. Yeah like i saw this on twitter minute here in. La more twitter people would be have literally ask for a while a use twitter. No one's really never used if you yeah me neither except for the podcast but i really appreciate all of the all you guys the donation out there. We have eighty four followers. Now we're not famous but we hero. Yeah from zero to eighty eighty fast. That's a fast car. Fucking tesla zero eighty eighty four hours. That's nice follow us on twitter. The twitter thing our twitter handle. There's numbers in that one. There is numbers is never ninety nine podcasts. Anyways the website all the stuff on there okay. So we have twitter followers. Sorry on a surprise to interesting for people that missed potato lady. This potato loves us. She is really kind of so but yeah so. I'm sorry. the point store is she said that our southern accent southern boulevard. So it's not just me. I know i mean it was blowing. I know what i got going on my life. Okay okay yeah. It was both of us that are southern accents. Make the explicit contact like sinking into a warm bath. Yeah fuck t shirts pretty nice. That's a nice compliment like. I have a negative conversation but cupcakes. He can do people like that. So like even just stepping back in like observing where you're coming from A lot of people my life has made me have made me very aware of like the content of my words. So that i'm not 'cause i can talk about negative stuff all day and it just fazes me it does it doesn't faze me what you did. It just doesn't even. It doesn't even connect that it's like a problem Like my mom being a nurse you know she might experience something that was really intense and i can just hear it in conversation and not be attached to those feelings or emotional about it and just be like those are just words that are heard and nabi attached to it but a lot of people that i love and care about cannot do that true. Don't like those kind of conversations. In like where i can just kind of like. Oh that thoughts on someone else could be sitting on it. And i'm trying to really be mindful about that interaction so i don't 'cause that and someone else will so people. Yeah you should. that's cool to like. Be thinking to be mindful calls it in someone else. Yeah because people will hook onto that and they get hooked fishing hook king off of it. And there's like the i miss my and then they get stuck there like some people spiral and it's like it's intense and it's like i don't wanna create that in a person..

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"ninety" Discussed on Never Ninety Nine

Never Ninety Nine

07:24 min | 5 months ago

"ninety" Discussed on Never Ninety Nine

"They were talking about it. Yeah the happens along a mike claiming that is maybe like their brain. That's choose me so people get here and some people get and i'm very much up here. God damnit man just go way man. Leave me alone. that's why i've was sexually too. Yeah we'll now that we're kind of And blue place. we are super blue supply. Place i mean i'm neither here for or against it I will see in time will tell but things that will be beneficial as innovation. Sure that's going to change rapidly rapidly. And i think it's i think it's something to be eager and excited about but i'm excited to see where some of the federal laws will change so that people can have the experience to microsoft or to use these other natural substances to people that you're talking about. We're having inside conversation okay. Microdosing is using psychedelics. On a small scale to just tap into those. I guess I don't know research words enough. And then you can go research words or you can go spiritual words of these awesome conversations where spiritual science married. Be beautiful together. Seems be peace for okay so research i have seen and done microdosing. Four major migraines anxiety depression. That's the one. So i say people that have covid myself. I don't have it's been it's been shit fucking five months but it took two months before i even knew what was going on the world so we'll say three months ago you know what i mean. have their brains are fucked up and then they get a lot this instead of getting the Inflammatory storm in their lungs of dying from that they. They had their brain lesions onto some of those chemicals in that alters their state of mind so like for me like i'm not depressed or walking around moping like i'm a happy person but like my brain thinks different in goes towards the negative way quicker in like a half to really work on it. I feel like giving yourself away. Differ human being pre imposed on. Like ooh i was. I was pervert prior. But i don't like this shit. This is not the person. I decided to be perfect back. There was like oh no of different. I don't care. And then i was listening to the doctor talking. It's very very common and people that have the post viral syndrome. And i was listening. When i was like whatever vitamin he said i bought the ball. Better them all listen to him. That kind of person. I'd be like to aren't fuck man like i'm fucking de shit. Yeah i don't know what the fuck is going on. I was like this happened. This will help. This will help. I was like fucking cool to me. One hundred bucks. I was like getting not. That's not a problem. Yeah yeah but microdosing maps also urged country Sorry sorry to get the site. Yeah sorry they kind of like Convalesce with connect that. But you know it's been shown that microdosing has a huge huge impact on people that have anxiety depression. Which is there's a huge sector of people that have cova didn't didn't need ventilators or something like that afterwards. But they're now suffering from like their brains are fucked up now suffering from those type of symptoms. Yeah so anyway. That's the connection. Yeah but there's there's tons of research out there as wu or science as you want him. There's recycled booth. i like them. Both i mean it's good to get both perspectives. It's you know you can't stay stuffy in one corner and not acknowledged the other is true so i should be free flow within both corners. Yeah just flowing just moving. Mark kaaba and moving through all the dementia. If you're going to get stuck and one dog one one one one alley. You're not going to see like a fuck. I don't give a shit. Tell me what works man. i'll do it. Yeah or just like to get all the information all the input making your decisions there. Yes pretty crazy like the like the second mushrooms in another guy. In to sorry my brain's leaving me like was like classification or substance. One which is like this is a drug that has no health benefits which we know is a lie. Yeah now it's been shown that there are all these studies. I don't have in front of me. You google it or internet. You'll find a internet or go to maps. You can see like there's like other especially with like Troops that come home with like pse. Sorry tst mba. Yeah that's been a big one. That's been a real dallas contribute to me. When i heard that i was just talking about go jeans but exsisting. Md a mayor two different things is true because my brain generally goes to lay for grows from the ground. We should probably ally. But if a human media than i'm saying humaid the but like there's chances for human error because we have that it's true but it is which is maps apps. It is really cool just a lot of information. I will tell you what the actual map stands for. But i don't want to butcher it. Because i think they're really good organization and i think now with how things are going to change I think we'll have a lot more access to information of that. Nature bush lease be able to research in do like 'cause like the research that's the big the biggest like weren't able to get it passed like the committee's strassmann he did he. Did he write pretty sure. He wrote the spirit molecule. Dmz this mayor michael extras men and he did very scientific. I guess it was. Intravenous drips of d. m. t. and it wasn't just folks. It wasn't like oh. I'm an artist. I'm a musician is like i'm a biologist. I am a researcher. I am a doctor. i'm so i mean. He had people of a higher caliber of information and Sanitation to be able to like put in to perspective what was happening and a lot of them had very similar experiences. Which is really fun. So map stands for multi disciplinary association for psychedelic. Studies do that one. 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"ninety" Discussed on Never Ninety Nine

Never Ninety Nine

04:14 min | 7 months ago

"ninety" Discussed on Never Ninety Nine

"Then but also was really fun. Take it full circle so after was like your terrible this. Wow i should be a better employee. Because i definitely grew up in a like. My parents didn't push me to do anything. Hard to there was no real expectations. My teachers didn't push me very hard. No one in my life had been like you need to do better. Everyone was like your mike all right so like is there to change so someone finally was like. You're really bad at like caring about what my heart and caring about my business. And like what i need to do to make this business survive and i was like oh okay and so i changed that and a few years later i was able to again. I do massage therapy. I got to work with jason's mom and tell her that story. I was like you're some kind of changed. My life is also a good way. I was like that was probably my first. Like wow that was like a mentor. Thing yeah you know like some people can have that same bite moment in time and get bitter fuck you and fuck that guy or whatever jason so nice but you know what i'm saying like when you go until you're terrible something. Some people instantaneously go that route. So i was able to tell awesome summit. She raised elderly great. How full circle is that. Let's like son is super good. And i appreciate his like on life and how he was able to like. Help me become a better employee you can ask. I was not bad employees employees. You're awesome nice fired. Yeah you didn't realize it. You're still hanging out yeah. I didn't realize he meant like you can go now. Take right mean that makes sense like hindsight. Why would you pay me for a few more hours. When i'm done. You're not going to sell a bike. It's fine it's fine so you get nice fire. You didn't know it you hung out you get fired or like it was like you can go. You can go right now and then you get to work with his mom. Yeah and then tell instead of talking shit. Yeah you're like man was great. It was a good experience story. Yeah that's really fun with the bucks just so we can hear that story. Shout chase him against a year a good guy. We talked about a bunch of stuff. His brother's real nice to i worked with his brother. The vet's office. Yeah on why i guess. We're not on second avenue right now door close to office the street as fun people will be like what do with this dog i was like. I'll take it a dole paperwork to fill out. And why would you bring a dog with no leisure crate. That's office for the very first time you know you got paperwork is true mike. Why would any dog marley most people that know me know my dog. Or if you've seen anything that i do my dog always there. She's a rascal man. She's keen on everything. Yeah but i don't think she's being rude because you sleeping in her sleep so it's not like she's like. Hey i'm going to go pee on this spa like she's like the other day like i saw her. Peter sleep because i was rabbi cider. Got my leg the choices you have from fifteen so be fifteen in march so it's cool man. She's ninety eight. She's like a different play. Version of davis. Yeah of the old guy. We have an old. He's he's appropriately aged. Yeah lived through. The number of legacies lived so my dogs also but somewhat. And i got so much stuff a pr. She peed on saujana. Not on purpose like in her sleep this in her sleep students. Yeah so. I can't get matter like depends on yell at her anyways jehangir and she's like what are you. Don't have anything in your hands. She hates it when i do. My cat does that your finger i show. Yeah all sad to be. Pick her up little baby. She's a little pork link delicious the laser. She's like cobbler beds. Like fucking blankets. Got them because like she peed on my bed she was sleeping desiring vinegar in your wash detergent. Like if you go back here there's a whole bunch of p laundry laundry it'll happen. Three days mean happy thanksgiving birthday birthday..

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Never Ninety Nine

06:09 min | 7 months ago

"ninety" Discussed on Never Ninety Nine

"Doing buttons. Why your but that's really what you do teach lottery wept about little. Think you're gonna do art therapy and these people change people's lives through creative wonder and you're like we're gonna teach way for but today one of the hardest jobs that i've found is a nursing. Okay so i can ton of a ton of patients at the office or nurses. I am a product of one. Your whole families and my mom is a nurse. Air force nurse moved into civilian life. Let's why no one knows where i'm from where you from. I'm gonna go loaded question how much time he got. So un's nurse we've got unlimited time that we'll get to that story podcast. We can talk as long as but so. Yeah they're hard long hours. I didn't get to see my my parents for thanksgiving. 'cause they're like you gotta work thanksgiving or gotta work christmas so they took off christmas. But i mean hindsight and like you get holiday pay you good bonus pay you get overtime pay. If it's a weekend get weekend pay. It's not it's all about a big poop in that so much bodily maybe think of like nursing entirely from what age you go in my mom as a pediatric nurse. She's a bad lady. She's a bad ashby and she does a lot of cool things and she saves people's lives and you got to take a lotta crap from your doctors asked but not be mom doesn't like the word that's fair. You know which we try to do. A mom likes through She's going to hear this podcast play. She just called me be. I'll take it back to my space. When i said i was ready to. The battle is built around. Excuse me i did not like that. You know if you did. Call your momma bitch. I don't think you should do that. Because your mom's probably a fantastic. She's a nicely if you did like the podcast goes to eighteen different countries. Yeah so that would be in bunch places. So that wouldn't be cool. Your mom will be getting hit up. Yeah my sister also. She is doing more like she's in a small town. Urgent care kind of place so she gets whatever comes through the door and if they can handle the can handle and if the camp you've got to go. It's crazy every time. I talked to nurses like what did you do. Is like super stressful. Because you're dealing with people that are sick and then like super physically stressful because you have to move people around because like body weight and there's and then there's a lot of poop poop bodily fluids lotta people who don't know how to get knife. He know they've been nurses for a long time in like. Can you help me get this ivy. Started pricked him seven times. And they're getting kinda mad. That's how it is for me. Like i'm super vini. You can't you can't see it on the video or listening and cares but if you get imagine a dude that's really any nurses they'll come up to you or creeping like you have the happened one time it's like this. Yeah that's good. And i'm like yeah but i haven't had them very much but every time i had always like make it where it's a big bruise mess by jack. Me up there. That's not supposed to happen. So you're you're going to be occupational therapists and do finger paintings with children's and change. The world i wanted to do sister was like. Hey maybe you should talk to an actual occupational therapist exist. I talked to one. And they're like that's not really what we do. You could go go to your school. You become an occupational therapist. Ot and then you would go and specialized children. And then you would specialize again and art therapy and you might not be done with school until fifteen years from now and then good luck getting the job because people already have that job got not doing school for fifteen years and i got to do art therapy with kids. I would never quit my job. You would never get your job. But you know i get it. I will get the job but then you would never get the job. Because i'm ten years ahead of you. Florida have the job. So that's what this lady told me. She's like really. We work with buttons gay. People buttoned up. Get them to get dressed on their own. Brush their teeth. That's go crazy. Wake of hurt my wrist before. Then i couldn't dress myself or my pants like talking about butts. I had to try to wipe my butt with my offhand. You're like. I don't know if you've ever tried it a fun exercise at home if you guys have you ever tried wiping your butler. Same thing jab yourself the tooth. It's very uncomfortable. So you would ever get the job. Because i would have had it and then so that was all also like a year into school. Cacak acc those four of drink I was in school for about a year. And a half. And i was almost done with all my core things and i was talking to my counselor and i was like. Hey i don't see more stuff for mcvay shnell therapy classes and they're like oh have we don't have a thing here so you went to school for a degree that they didn't offer. They offered preoccupation. Therapy glasses okay. So you're supposed to get a degree in the transfer somewhere. I guess so but like why offer that. Why not just have like a like a science bachelors program. That's all really was. They just put different names to it. I wonder what people got like. Because i know a lot of education while universities they all education have yeah. They all have premed degrees. But what if you got that degree but then you didn't go to medical school. I could work in. I don't know it could be a nurse. Probably white butts might butts all day and there's white butts all day so you're going to school right in. Tell me either like hey you can't do that. Yeah they're like. Oh yeah we can have that. You can go to milledgeville on want to go to milledgeville. I just left sanders. Feel i ain't going back. She's talking case you don't know what you're saying. She talking about rural areas in georgia georgia. Cows there is cal's space space. So i went to georgia southern university. That's where that's where. I got my undergraduate degree. We'll yeah we'll boop no. Is that millersville. What's in statesboro georgia near savannah. And i never forget it. Because i grew up in the inner city connotations but grew up in the greater metropolitan atlanta area. I wasn't lying. I was just saying. I was just saying i didn't grow up in the projects or anything but i did grow up in the inner city of atlanta. Well that's not true..

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