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Nowell, No. 12 Kansas State finish fast, top No. 17 TCU

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 16 hrs ago

Nowell, No. 12 Kansas State finish fast, top No. 17 TCU

"The 12th ranked Kansas state wildcats one 82 to 61 over the 17th ranked TCU horned frogs. After TCU pulled within 6 points, K state finished the game on a 17 to two run, including a three point dagger by marquise Noel. It always feels good to get a win underneath my belt. Especially against the top 20 team. With 7 assists on the night, Noelle captured case state single season assist record, the wind split the series with TCU in case state is 5 and four against opponents ranked in the top 25 this season. Ian Ekland, Manhattan, Kansas

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Nowell scores 23 as Kansas State beats Texas Tech 68-58

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

Nowell scores 23 as Kansas State beats Texas Tech 68-58

"Number 13 Kansas state earned a 68 58 win over Texas tech behind Marquis Noel's 23 points, 8 rebounds and 5 assists. Chianti Johnson had 15 points and 11 boards in the wildcats 11th win in 12 games. K state trailed 33 28 at halftime, but a 13 two run gave them a 50, 47 lead with 9 26 remaining. The wildcats later took control with a ten O spurt and Noelle hit 6 free throws in the final 63 seconds to clinch it. Kansas state is 17 and two overall, 6 and one in the conference. I'm Dave ferry.

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Why Lauren Boebert Will Never Accept McCarthy As Speaker

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:07 min | Last month

Why Lauren Boebert Will Never Accept McCarthy As Speaker

"Lauren, when we talked at our event at America fest wasn't totally never Kevin is something that happened this week that really broke the trust in my reading that correctly. Yes, you are. So I've been working behind the scenes since the summer to unite the Republican Party and I was doing so in good faith. I had my own hard red line, which was denied. Up until maybe last night, unless you came to me and said, Kevin willing to move on single member motion to vacate to actually have a check and balance. On the Speaker of the House. And I haven't heard that from Kevin himself, but it wasn't just the fact that he turned down the deal where I delivered him 218 votes in the gavel on the first ballot. It was more that he lied about the meeting that we had and said that we came in with a personal wish list that did not benefit to the country. He has apologized to one of us three who were in that meeting in private and that member said, great. We offer, yeah, so trust was broken. We brought a deal to him January 2nd. He lied about what was said in that meeting said that we came and asked for a personal wish list. And he has since apologized to one of us three in private, and that member said, great. Issue a public apology now. And he said, I will not. This man can not be trusted. He lies on a regular basis to our conference about us about the deals that he's making and what he is working on. And to the American people, this is not a leader. And certainly not the actions of a man that I want to support. I will not be voting for Kevin McCarthy. Trust is absolutely broken. We need the tools in place to do our job correctly and we need leadership that is principled and who will deliver on the promises and not to say whatever they have to say for the political moment or to fundraise.

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Why Rep. Boebert Is Casting Her Vote for a Kevin... But Not McCarthy

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:30 min | Last month

Why Rep. Boebert Is Casting Her Vote for a Kevin... But Not McCarthy

"Have congresswoman Lauren boebert, who had a mostly peaceful interview with Sean Hannity last evening and she is a great person and speaks our turning point events. I have a lot of respect for her. Congresswoman, welcome to the program. And thank you so much. It's great to be on with y'all. So tell us, what is the latest on the floor? You just voted for Kevin from Oklahoma. So tell us about that. Correct. Yes, I do believe that Kevin Hearn is the true consensus candidate. I've been getting asked many questions about who that person is that we're going to arrive on. And actually begin having these real discussions rather than just proving that Kevin McCarthy does not have the vote. I want to get to work. The American people want us to get to work. It's only been three days. It's okay right now. But we need to get a serious name in the mix that people can get behind. And I do believe that that is Kevin Hearn from Oklahoma. He was unanimously elected to the Republican study committee 173 members is the largest Republican caucus in the United States Congress. He is a businessman from humble beginnings, has built an amazing life and is now serving his country. It's an honor to serve with him. And I believe that he would make a tremendous Speaker of the House who could unite the Republican Party and get our country back on track, deliver the promises that we have made to the American people.

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This Is How the House Actually Works

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:10 min | Last month

This Is How the House Actually Works

"You how, let me just tell you reality of how the house works. Kevin, for the last decade, has been House majority leader. That's not true. He was whipped before he was in leadership. And by doing that, you raise a lot of money and you travel the country. So the way the process works is the House leadership raises a bunch of money and they dish out that money to support candidates in critical races and a lot of candidates struggle to raise the amount of money that is necessary to win. And so then they rely on leadership to come in and to support them. I don't love that system, but it's a reality that system. And so it's not even a matter of what does McCarthy have over them. He's developed relationships with them for years. And has been supporting them. And by supporting them, he develops friendships and relationships in an expectation that they're going to support Kevin in leadership if he is to be speaker if he's tried to become Speaker of the House. Lauren boebert voted for Kevin of Oklahoma. I don't even know what that means. So maybe Kevin stitt, the governor of Oklahoma? It's not Kevin McCarthy. I think she's trying to troll people. I do that. Who knows? And Lauren's going to join us in a second. So essentially, the way it works, again, I'm not a fan or support of it, but it's the way that the house is structured is that you need to raise every cycle anywhere between 250 to $300 million to just be competitive. Pelosi raised about four to $500 million. It's a lot of money. And so then you dish out that money and just you distribute that money and districts via super PACS, direct contributions, leadership packs, all sorts of different ways. And so there is a fear that if you do not have someone in leadership who's going to be able to raise that money, I don't buy into that fear, whoever is in leadership, they'll be able to go through and raise the necessary money to be able to do this. And to be able to get towards victory. But a lot of these people are not going to vote for anybody but Kevin because Kevin helped them when they were early in their career.

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"noel" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

05:49 min | Last month

"noel" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

"Oh yeah, it is a happy, happy hour, we have no castor. I was saying, it's like I just took all of our 6 million listeners out for ice cream. Everyone's like, yay. Mommy got a snow castle. This is your Christmas present to everyone. I know. You're welcome. A happy Christmas to you. What I was saying is it's not gossip. It's facts with Noel Castro. He worked with Trump at apprentice. And social walker. Yes. He's got a good story. It's a lot of shit. Went down behind the scenes. And we just, it was a great conversation too, just about the media and how do they report on a Hunter Biden's addiction, ignore what appears to be obvious in terms of Donald Trump and what do you call it Don Junior's alleged addictions? Okay. And also, he did mention about Trump's crazy

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Edwards sparks Towns-less T-wolves, 109-101 over Grizzlies

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Edwards sparks Towns-less T-wolves, 109-101 over Grizzlies

"The Timberwolves were winners in their first game since Carl Anthony town suffered a calf injury, defeating the grizzlies by a one O 9 one O one final. Anthony Edwards scored 29 points to help Minnesota into three game losing streak. Jalen Noel delivered 24 points off the bench and D'angelo Russell had 15 points in ten assists. The wolves forced a season high 27 turnovers and one despite being out rebounded 59 29. John morant scored 24 points and jaren Jackson junior had 16 points and 11 rebounds for the grizzlies. I'm Dave ferry

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A Blockchain-Powered Decentralized Future

Blockchain Consultants

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

A Blockchain-Powered Decentralized Future

"7 p.m. Wednesday, November 23rd, 2022. A blockchain powered decentralized future. The digital mind of tomorrow decentralized future rethink transform, and thrive in a fast changing and brutal digital world decentralized future topic a blockchain powered decentralized future guest Michael Noel, CEO of blockchain consultants, blockchain weekly host, kryptonite ventures founding member, EC council certified blockchain, professional the conversation covers these points the history of blockchain technology. The post a blockchain powered decentralized future first appeared on blockchain consultants.

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Inflation is driving up Thanksgiving costs. Here are ways to save.

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

Inflation is driving up Thanksgiving costs. Here are ways to save.

"The bite of inflation will be felt at the holiday table for this year's Thanksgiving and Christmas gatherings Higher prices are hitting everyone this holiday season and food vendors are seeing some of the largest increases Turkey sellers face a double whammy prices doubling around $6 a pound with supply lower because of avian flu At the wholesale level the price of eggs have more than tripled since last year Milk prices rose 34% small companies like bakeries and food specialty stores have to raise their prices but they're also worried about driving customers away during this key holiday season So they're trying to find ways to cut their costs like one baker who's reducing her specialty bush de Noel down to one log from two Others are throwing in a free item if

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Noel Fritsch on McConnell Pulling Money Out of Arizona Senate Race

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:20 min | 5 months ago

Noel Fritsch on McConnell Pulling Money Out of Arizona Senate Race

"Want to ask you from national file dot com. No, I want to ask you what's going on in Arizona. Is it true that Mitch McConnell is pulling out money behind a winnable race with Blake masters? A Charlie, thanks for having me. Your show is so important to really get a lot of the information out there to the grassroots so they know they have actionable information and they can take proper action and a meaningful effective action. Yes, Mitch McConnell has been playing footsie with this idea for over a month now. He announced it. They pulled it back. So what's happened here is he's taken about 10 million dollars off the table that his outside spending organization is packed, one of his Senate arms was going to spend two elect like masters in Arizona over Mark Kelly, Mark Kelly being the I call him misses Gabby Giffords the gun grabber. And it's really unfortunate. You've got a far left Democrat senator representing Arizona right now. You got two, really. And we have a great opportunity to get rid of one. And Mitch McConnell suddenly goes AWOL just over a month ahead of this very, very, very pivotal election. Yeah, it's sad. But there's a bunch of reasons, I think this is happening. I don't think it's because of electability. Blake can win this race. Is it because of Blake's philosophy? Is it because Blake is a true conservative? Is that why Mitch McConnell is pulling his money out? Yeah, so Charlie, if you go back several cycles and just track where Mitch spends all of his money in general, Mitch will spend money to just protect Republicans that he knows that he has under his thumb. And if there's a Republican that he feels that he might not control and have under his thumb, then he will hang that Republican out to dry. So whenever the rhino establishment comes along, every election year primary season early in the even year and tells you, hey, we've all got to be together. And we need you. And no matter what we've got to support the Republican, going into the general, this is prima facie evidence that it's just not true. That's not how Republican establishment operators act or behave. They do not exercise solidarity like the Democrats do. They leave conservatives out to dry every single time.

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Corny Koehl Can't Understand the About Turn in Dr Oz

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:19 min | 6 months ago

Corny Koehl Can't Understand the About Turn in Dr Oz

"You got to talk to me about Doctor Oz, so you executive produced for executive produce, so I was the executive producer for Oprah radio when they launched initially. It was called Oprah and Friends in 2006 on XM, and then XM and Sirius drew together. And I oversaw that whole channel. And so yeah, I had a lot of interactions with Doctor Oz, we also took his show on the satellite and we took it terrestrially as well. And he was lovely. You know, I really have nothing negative to say. Doctor. He's on record saying it is not a heartbeat at 6 weeks before. Now, what happens to these people? Were they have to become right wing science denying lunatics? Even doctors like him. Right, right. And just bending over for yes. The former guy is just a stunning, I never would have seen it. And another person that I E peed for was Lisa is. So when mamet had a show on The Oprah channel, Lisa did as well, and it was a weekly show and it was very spiritually oriented. And I can't fathom being super spiritual and thinking, okay, a 100% against abortion is a good thing. It blows my mind.

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Noel Casler Explains How Trump Corrupts Everyone in His Orbit

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:58 min | 6 months ago

Noel Casler Explains How Trump Corrupts Everyone in His Orbit

"People famously know that you worked on the apprentice with Donald Trump and, you know, started talking quite openly about a lot of things about him a long time ago, but you said what you're seeing from Trump's vast tentacles of corruption. Toadies on loan from Doug ducey acting sicko fans, you just said it should be very illuminating for those who wonder how Trump got away with so many crimes in his New York City days because people from New York are like, he's always been a crook. We've known that from day one, right? And you look right up through what's happening right now. You're like, oh, of course, he has somehow loyalists and people that are destroying evidence and God knows what, right? Absolutely. He's always had a skill, a 6th sense to attract men and some women around him that he could corrupt. You know, he can look into a crowd and see the kind of guys that are going to do his bidding. The dogs that hunt, so to speak. And that's what his security team was. You know, keep schiller was an NYPD sergeant rammer, who would knock down doors of drug dense in The Bronx, you know? He was the guy who knocked the door down. He went up to Trump in court and said, you need to hire me, right? And Trump hired him. And then when you're walking around with a detail of X NYPD cops, you get away with stuff in New York City, right? Because it's an impenetrable sort of wall of authority. And Trump knows that. And you know, we could probably get into it, but the Secret Service stuff seems very, I worked with a Secret Service ton tons. I did inaugurations. I did the tree lighting at The White House, all kinds of stuff, where the president was at. The Secret Service under Trump was a different Secret Service. You know, and I went to high school with Bobby engel, the guy he tried to choke in the back of the SUV, and he was like a marine kind of jarhead cop type. And that's the type that Trump will suck in. And it's almost like before they know it, they're doing his bidding. Do you know what I mean? Who is the guy? They all set out with the intention of being corrupted, but being in Trump's orbit will corrupt you by osmosis.

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Noel Casler on Trump's Ivana Tax Cut

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

00:49 sec | 6 months ago

Noel Casler on Trump's Ivana Tax Cut

"First of all, I couldn't wait to talk with you about Havana. And then we'll get on to the other things. You tweeted Trump holding a golf tournament days after his first wife and mother of some of his children to basically buried in the backyard as a new low in a long life of crassness. I saw a picture. There's literally a patch of dirt and a paving stone with her name on it. For a tax break, it's so Donald Trump, isn't it? Right. It's ridiculous. It's ridiculous. And when he applied for the permit to have the cemetery on his golf course, for his tombstone, he wants a 16 foot high obelisk. And that became contentious at the permit meeting in the town of bedminster. I'm not even joking, right? So do you think Donald Trump would be satisfied with a paving stone with his name card? They didn't even spring for sod. If you saw the pictures, it's just I had a more elaborate thing for my cat when I buried up in the backyard.

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"noel" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

04:27 min | 7 months ago

"noel" Discussed on Revision Path

"Like where can they find all of that online? So I'm on a lot of different platforms, but actually LinkedIn is probably the best place for people to find me. They just have to look for my name, Leslie Ann Noel Elias el EY, that's thing. And so if they want to know more about the general work that I'm doing, LinkedIn is the place. As an academic, like I'll repost some of the academic articles that I've written on research geeks. And then I'm also pretty active on Twitter actually, but if people Google me, they'll find me on some platform that they can reach out to me and I actually do respond to people generally. So but LinkedIn is generally the easiest place to find me. Sounds good. Well, Leslie Ann Noel, I want to thank you so much for coming on the show. This has been a long time coming. I think I feel like you and I have intersected quite a few times over the past few years, so I'm really glad to finally have you on the show, not just to, of course, share your story and your research, but I think to inspire. I mean, so much of what you're doing is about pursuing your own curiosities and interests and I think that's something sometimes that's designers. We tend to lose sight of, especially like if you're working in product, I hate to say that, but I can be working at UX or product. It's hard to kind of see the force for the trees sometimes because what you're doing is so laden to a specific thing, whereas you've been able to really, it sounds like at least you've been able to indulge a lot of your creativity across many different passions throughout your career, which is just super inspiring to hear about. I'm sure, of course, we'll hear about you now for years and years to come. So thank you so much for coming on the show. I appreciate it. Thank you so much for the invitation. And I mean, I hope that at least this conversation is able to help people see that they could kind of craft a bit of a path that works for them. Even when the path looks like it's been clearly marked, you know, they could kind of shake up the path a little bit and do a little bit of what they want. Hopefully. So thank you for the invitation. Big, big thanks to doctor Leslie and Noel, and of course, thanks to you for listening. You can find out more about doctor Noel and her work through the links in the show notes at revision path dot com. Revision path is brought to you by lunch. A multidisciplinary creative studio in Atlanta, Georgia. This podcast is created hosted and produced by me, Maurice cherry. With engineering and editing by RJ basilio. Our intro voice-over is by music man Dre, with intro and outro music by yellow speaker. Transcripts are provided by brevity and wit. This episode of revision path is also brought to you by hover. Building your online brands has never been more important. That begins with your domain name. Show the online community who you are and what you're passionate about with hover. With over 400 plus domain extensions to choose from, including all the classics and fun niche extensions, hover is the only domain provider I use and trust. Go to hover dot com forward slash revision path and get 10% off your first purchase. So what did you think of the interview? Better yet, what do you think about the podcast overall? You know, we'd love to hear from you. Don't be a stranger. If you're just out there listening and you want to get in touch with us, please do so. You can hit us up on Twitter or you can hit us up on Instagram. Just search for revision path, like all one word, revision path, or you can leave us a rating and a review on Apple podcasts, on Amazon music, or on Spotify. The more people you tell about the show, the bigger we become, and the further we can extend our reach to talk to black designers, developers, artists, and other digital creatives from all over the world. As always, thank

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Justice Neil Gorsuch: Biden Admin Has Been Going 'Agency to Agency' to Enact Vaccine Mandate

Mark Levin

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Justice Neil Gorsuch: Biden Admin Has Been Going 'Agency to Agency' to Enact Vaccine Mandate

"Noel Gorsuch justice Gorsuch at the oral argument cut 9 go Now you are you we should not consider the major questions doctrine unless and until we find a statutory ambiguity I understand that But let's say the court does find such an ambiguity I know you'll contest the premise but let's just work on it If there is an ambiguity why isn't this a major question that therefore belongs to the people's representatives of the states and in the halls of Congress Given that the statute at issue here is as the chief justice pointed out 50 years old doesn't address this question the rule effects I believe we're told 80 million people and the government reserves the right to extend it to every private business in the country Traditionally states have had the responsibility for overseeing vaccination mandates I rejected a challenge to one just the other day from New Mexico Congress has had a year to act on the question of vaccine mandates already As the chief justice points out it appears that the federal government is going agency by agency as a workaround to its inability to get Congress to act The risks imposed here are not unilateral There are risks to those who choose not to be vaccinated that they're trying to avoid sometimes as you discuss with justice Alito and conceded to him Traditionally osha has had rules that affect workplace hazards their unique to the workplace and don't involve hazards that affect individuals 24 hours a day No so what So what To policy decision don't you see It's a policy decision

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No. 14 Illini hold off K-State 72-64 in Hall of Fame Classic

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

No. 14 Illini hold off K-State 72-64 in Hall of Fame Classic

"Kofi Cochran had a double double in fourteenth ranked Illinois bounced back from consecutive losses to hold off Kansas state seventy two sixty four in the consolation game of the hall of fame classic Cochran provided twenty three points and thirteen rebounds for the Illini who were coming off a twenty point loss to Cincinnati in the semifinals Illinois shot twelve of twenty six from three point range with Alfonso plumber going seven for nine while scoring twenty one points I know I was going off and you know early in the season so after a final way to help the team so I was you know working extra hours in the gym and finally you know when I made of different online okay I feel like I'm back that's Wassup starts screaming and the second one when I'm in the second like I'm back markets Noel scored nineteen points for the Wildcats I'm the fairy

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"noel" Discussed on Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"noel" Discussed on Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

"I was in japan became an enlisted aid for. Have you ever talked to one of those guys. That the enlisted aid guys. Yes because we do with gates with them. Yeah those guys are working their ass off. My i know they really are. And the protocol. People protocol people are too yes. Yeah yeah yeah. She's a whole new world. The upside of that. Is you get a lot of promotions and medals and stuff. I suppose because the generals right there and he's like yeah you should get a medal happens a lot. Yeah but only god. I mean you're working until the generals done working is basically when you work for a general your hours his hours yup and yet yeah so i would never want that gate bless him. Yeah definitely high stress. No doubt so. Let's talk a little bit about you finding yoga because i have a story. Yeah you're still active duty when you when you figured out. You wanted to do yoga or how did that. Yes yeah okay so Over the years probably like many of us who have served or are currently serving. I wanted to take advantage of my gi bill and get my degree. And as a result. I was collecting degrees and certifications maximizing tuition assistance. And all that stuff. And i still hadn't landed on my purpose i was like well. Let me just study. You know we'll get an mba or in. I was in arts administration. Which is like an nba for nonprofits. Or let me do marketing and business management and that kind of stuff. But for years. I i decided i wanted to get yoga teacher. Certified and there is no way at that time to use my tuition assistance to do that. There wasn't an organization that would offer that and so finally. I was like you know what this is stupid. It's three thousand dollars. What am i gonna put my life on. Hold because i'm too cheap to invest myself. Like how stupid yeah. We've all done that though. Yeah so i decided to invest if you wanna do really just do it. Don't wait for somebody to give it to you. Yeah all these benefits or give you permission. That was really i. Just you know took that into my own hands and invested in myself but the cool thing is when i started to do it was over weekends through the summer. It just fit perfectly with my schedule. But i The teacher that was teaching certification said. Hey there's a guy in. I was stationed in hawaii at the time on the north shore. Who's teaching this yoga philosophy class or a week bright and it kinda landed where we're really y at hickam. Okay yeah wheeler yeah. Yeah oh my gosh. I was the was like under the pineapples. There was a pineapple field across the street from wheeler. Uh just up the street from scofield barracks. Yeah north near the. Yeah yeah well. Not quite all the way north korea but on your way. Yeah yeah there. Was this three story building under the ground. Because it was an intel unit but anyway i digress following somewhere paths but well this teaching class was on the north shore and so what that opened me up to as we read..

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New York Knicks' Nerlens Noel Sues Rich Paul, Klutch Sports

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

New York Knicks' Nerlens Noel Sues Rich Paul, Klutch Sports

"Nerlens. Noel is suing rich paul rich. Paul of course is the famed agent of lebron james. Ben simmons anthony edwards go on and on download a lot of marquee clients but one of his clients at one point was nerlens. Noel and nerlens left his agent neuro. Well left his agent to become a part of the clutch family if you will but after. He left clutch after he left for clutch. They basically didn't really help them get very much of a contract and he ended up losing. He passed on a four year. Seventy million dollar deal because rich paul. At i convinced him that he could get more and then basically didn't do didn't didn't get him much of anything and so. He is now suing rich. Paul for all of the losses with his

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New York Knicks' Nerlens Noel Sues Rich Paul

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

New York Knicks' Nerlens Noel Sues Rich Paul

"Apparently nerlens. Noel is suing rich paul rich. Paul of course is the famed agent of lebron james. Ben simmons anthony edwards go on and on download a lot of marquee clients but one of his clients at one point was nerlens. Noel and nerlens left his agent neuro. Well left his agent to become a part of the clutch family if you will but after. He left clutch after he left for clutch. They basically didn't really help them get very much of a contract and he ended up losing. He passed on a four year. Seventy million dollar deal because rich paul. At i convinced him that he could get more and then basically didn't do didn't didn't get him much of anything and so. He is now suing rich. Paul for all of the losses with his money.

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"noel" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"noel" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

"Though. Tj so so neural is the well this fascinating story it. How do you really fired up. Because he played in league for ten eleven years. I'm sure you've heard horror stories in the locker room. Hopefully nothing like this happened to you but narrows the well is with an agent called happy. Walters named happy. Walters has a offer for seventy million dollars on the table and rich. Paul according to new orleans the well this is not you know. This is not out there as fact but this is according to a lawsuit orlands. Noel suing rich. Paul agent of lebron james his former agent because seventy million on the table rich rich paul tells him euro one hundred million dollar man. Come with me. Take a qualifying offer. This year will get you a max deal down the road signs for four point one million for one season leave. Seventy million on the table gets banged up the next year and basically what he's claiming. Is that rich. Paul didn't really do anything to help him. That following offseason according to the report you know basically there was no no presentations of offers. During is what it says during the free agency season and after one year contract with dallas expire. Neither paul nor anyone. At clutch boards presented any real proposals to noel in terms of strategies or ideas on how noel might secure a long term contract or even if a significant contract for the following season was on the table. So i wanna talk to you this ad you fired up. Crazy story nerlens. Noel suing his former agent. Because he believes that he caused him tens of millions of dollars. The thing about this erin is. I'm very interested in. How's this going to play out. Because i'm sure that is not the first time this has happened to a player. The problem is not offered at. You have whether he tells you he doesn't guarantee he can get you a one hundred million dollar contract. He assumes you're worth more we can get you more. What is no guarantee. Does he even assume or is he saying to use the dating analogy saying whatever it takes to get you to come home with them if you know what i mean. I mean because that's what it sounds like a certain degree but everybody knows this not just in basketball football base. You make some calls in you. Say i'm representing aaron torres. Now what do you think he's going to be able to get in free agency because we have some offers and then these general managers and whomever start to tell you. Because you're rich. Paul you have a ton of clients that in the future. These gm's in east teams would like to play for their team in so they're going to tell you these things in its tampering and it's not legal but it happens all the time in so i would hope he did that in with him getting injured that year when he took the qualifying offer. Maybe that played a part in to it. I don't know. But i know the agents job is to get you the most money possible with the best fit but ultimately it's up to the player to sail cal turns down or no i won't. I'm just eager to see how this plays out. Because i'm glad new orleans. No well he signed a three year. I believe it was thirty. Two million dollar deal with the knicks this off season. I is that type of money. He should be good but thirty. Two seventy man you that that's a big difference.

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"noel" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

Veteran On the Move

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"noel" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

"That's it boom standup. Ask your question opportunity. So that leads into step three. Yeah and that is making decisions like the person you want to become. So when bob proctor said he asked me questions about my military service and what i was doing and he's like wow we have a program that i think he would be really great at Give me your contact information. And we'll connect after this. I didn't know what he was offering. I didn't know what it would cost. I didn't know what this meant. I just said yes. He probably thought i was crazy. He's like. I'm just asking her contact information but i was like i'm all in. I already know it well. Long story short. I had the opportunity to get certified in his curriculum. And then i was asked if i wanted to do one on one coaching with him within three months. This is crazy I was earning six figures in hawaii at that time. I spent that much on my personal development. My training and my one on one coaching with him. Yup and that was freaking scary. Because i've never invested in myself like that but i was making decisions like not the person that was earning the income that i was earning then. Not as chief master sergeant lara noel. But as the e of my company laura noel who invest in herself and her mindset and in her education and her business processes. I did that and within less than a year. I tripled my income as any nine living in hawaii. I got it back. And then some and i was giving in a big way that i crafted who i wanted to be. And even though my physical a bank account and my income didn't support that. I made that decision and then the income followed. Why is it most people look at the income. I instead of acting like making the decisions like the person yo you wanna become. We've been conditioned to do that though. We've been conditioned even as little kids. Like mom i want that. Oh yeah what are you going to get it. We've been conditioned to set goals like that. We we will set a goal only usually if we can see all the steps and how we can get it and then we set it. We've been conditioned to believe that's how you set goals but if we think like that we can only take us as far as our level of awareness will take us and we are made of energy. We are energy and body. So if you are a scientist you would say. There's a power flowing through us. There's enough power in our pinky that could light up a couple of city blocks. You can look at it or a picture is curly in photography the energy. That's a glistening beam of light that we're energy were made up of energy if you're a theologian you would say that spirit flowing for us so we have no idea what we're capable of doing energy in a body and we only use a small amount of our brain power and our energy so we can only go. As far as our level of know-how will take us and we think when we're setting goals were were doing were growing. But we're basing those goals on what we've done in the past but we really have to open ourselves up to a different way of thinking and step into the unknown. Get clear on who we want to be. And then breakthrough that that discomfort and breakthrough that you know that comfort zone and just and have trust and faith so somebody. That's it's going through transition through this three step process. How long would it typically take. We're kind of time. You really get dedicated to this. When i'm working with people..

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"noel" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

Veteran On the Move

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"noel" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

"With the air force veteran laura noel. So laura you're really getting into step one of this three step process of finding out what we really want to do with our lives when we have the military talk a little more detail about more specifics about walking through that first step the first step is just giving yourself permission to dream giving yourself permission to want. You know i feel like when we're we are selfless beings..

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WSOP Main Event Champion Noel Furlong Dies at 83

The Chip Race

01:43 min | 1 year ago

WSOP Main Event Champion Noel Furlong Dies at 83

"I'm afraid i'm gonna have to start with some sad news. Actually from the world of poker and the world the virus poker specifically no furlong passed away the nine hundred nineteen nine w. main event champion. He passed away on sunday at the age of eighty. Three was also nine hundred. Eighty seven and nineteen eighty-nine irish poker. Open champion back in the early years of that event. Not a bad resume for a man who you could really describe as a fulltime businessman. Darren i know you played against no a few times. What are your memories of them. I think are probably only telling us no one so i think it was the twenty eleven irish open. Which was the big arch open. Where people like macron new helmets. Come over so they made a big deal of ear and do have remember playing moving to a table a day. One with no honors. He was obviously quite elderly by by stage. I guess he was in his early seventies but he was a bit of alleged does still leoni irish player to win the wpn event To tie marsh open champion people kind of knew that he wasn't really a professional poker player 'em he was. He was independently wealthy. I believe he was worth approximately a hundred million from his business. He was also very successful. Harsh trainer so he was basically just a businessman who played for fun but he had developed a very particular style which was actually brutally effective back in the day he made it just all about pre flop 'em he just picked spots where he had a sort of a semi decent hand and just moved all in pre flop and this is back in the day when people didn't really like calling off matter how strong their hand boss pre flop. They'll believe that they had all these incredible posted off edges so it was brutally effective it propelled him to to our show opens and the wsb main

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Vietnam's New Covid-10 Hybrid Variant is Replicating Very Quickly

Morning Edition

01:13 min | 1 year ago

Vietnam's New Covid-10 Hybrid Variant is Replicating Very Quickly

"And I'm Noel King. Good morning. Why are covert 19 cases surging in parts of Southeast Asia in some cases? Public health officials 0.2 new, more transmissible variants in Vietnam officials found a new Corona virus variant over the weekend that appears to be a hybrid of two other strains with me now is Dr Ali Meqdad. He's with the University of Washington's Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation. Morning, doctor and thank you for being here. Good morning. Where are we? Seeing new variants emerges that the entire world at this point Almost everywhere, especially right now in Asia. We're seeing it in Vietnam, Thailand and a lot of countries in that area and is the variant that emerges in Vietnam, for example, the same variant that emerges in Thailand or are they different ones? They're mainly coming from what we have first discovered and India and they are variation orbit. I see so a very in emerges in India. Then it spreads to Thailand and its prints to Vietnam. Or maybe simultaneously and then it becomes a different type of variant. Exactly. Despite this is they think that they faster rate. And we have ever expected and we are seeing a new mutations.

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"noel" Discussed on Marketing Management and Money

Marketing Management and Money

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"noel" Discussed on Marketing Management and Money

"A couple of weeks ago where this lawyer Really brilliant guy by the way oodles of respect for him and all that jazz but he's up there defending charging thousand dollars an hour. Like are you insane. Small business owners are never going to pay. Now i get the his clients are like multibillion dollar businesses and shuna for them thousand dollars an hour. It's like they probably that couch cushions and their lobby. But you know. I don't know i could never justify thousand dollars an hour to any of my clients much less all of the even all of them together wouldn't pay me one thousand dollars an hour and that's cool but i don't. I would never even tried to charge a thousand dollars an hour. I wouldn't try to charge half that. And i i think the thing to realize is you need to be able to measure what your value is to your clients in charge them accordingly. So that's what we do we With our signet outside general counsel service. We do that by aggregating all the statistics. On what small businesses spend on preventive legal services and doing a calculation that localize is the average annual. Spend and then we scale it based on the size of the business so we've developed an hour them that does this and the practical upshot of all that complicated gobbled technical gobbly gook on just what it sounds like reading here but the practical upshot of that is you tell me how bigger businesses as measured by your revenue which is the same way. The us small business administration measures the size of your business. We measured by revenue. You tell me how big your businesses by revenue. Tell me what market you're in. I'll tell you about how many lawyers are needed to support your business to provide adequate adequate ongoing. Preventively will support basically staff your legal department outsource and The algorithm when.

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"noel" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

Talk with Oliver

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"noel" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

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"noel" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

Talk with Oliver

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"noel" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

"If it happens. I would never question law of attraction again because in twenty one i went to this high frequency and then it dropped because at teach my parents so i start my business creative ideas but if this manifest is underground leaders as i should say in the only option right now could think back bring it holy shit one year ago. Put one hundred grand. This is fucking crazy like they way if it does happen. I'm coming to america this word. I'm coming to america. Did see you as. I said who knows what will happen to talk on the beach. Whatever if this happens. Even if it doesn't happen i was still doing it. But in terms of that linking share you know. I need the money to do that which allows me to do that. That's it the point was put my question it in how. There's a lead right now and i was like shit things is that's what was going to say is what you're saying. Is that the best. The when someone makes you an offer and business the first offer subject to not fucking cheap it like to cheap is always the best one so when you get a four as you said to. What's up your friend. you already. In harmony is already linked up as a buyer for seller. You're selling something that person you message on facebook. He's the right candidate. I know from experience that if somebody makes an offer and i turn it down. I ended up selling it for less than what. The person edna four. Because i wanted more and it's like what's the price of this what somebody wants to pay for it. This no such thing as this is worth this so somebody wants to pay for it and right now that person you're under quit. I feel so muscular for that. And i didn't and i still got the fucking scooter. So just keep like when it comes in. Take it when it.

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"noel" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

Talk with Oliver

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"noel" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

"You make jack kojak and then when you call it just just keep applying action to the last lot and is the most powerful thing anyone could ever do because you literally go into places that you would have never ever been because you would never have done that unless you had a reason to do that. So people just have all these thoughts and then they choose to do that and then do that for tomorrow. Not many people essentially have a thoughtless stop rolls off the last thought so the only thing about that last. What would you did that last as opposed to thinking. I want to pass shoes now. Food now whenever shower. Now you know what i mean absolute question for you. What's the possibility of because you menu. Stoop started that. Because it's awesome what you're describing but you started it with the highest frequency and like you were mike you'd release all thought because you were meditative states so you're able to follow the trails. What about the person that is that the requirement to be able to do what you're you're doing if you were sharing with someone like they had their mind all over the place to be able to choose the which thought to follow. Maybe they'd have enough time in the day. So would that be the quieting your mind. I and before it ended boobs. Were following the trail without your your by some yet said this could only have been done if i had a quite mind so imagine a monk just sitting there may force he have to be silent and have no thoughts in order to get a thought otherwise they go clean the toilet. The kids up muskoka. We got the emails fucking heads phil force so you don't know what for as the one four year is just like dario fo's right so you have to slay brain down. I and i remember joke before. I got to that point of no folks. And they're thinking in durham. I remember every single time had for our take action so at message that person i would do that thing out. Tidy my bedroom..

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"noel" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

Talk with Oliver

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"noel" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

"But you never hear me say that you should or shouldn't do anything. I don't even know when the last time that. I've used those word that emma 'cause if someone said that around me i'd be like says where's it written in cloud somewhere that you should or shouldn't do anything it. Just all i care about is that you know there with every action is equal and opposite reaction. So you know if you choose to go out and you slapped out of somebody today like let's not be surprised if there's an energy that rolls back to you that either slaps the hell out of you or you lose your freedom over like you. Just you. don't just get to go around like slapping people and beat okay without a reaction going back to you. But i don't care what anyone out there. It just just know that things are gonna always have a consequence every action in. It doesn't have to be like a bad consequence but there's a consequence where everything that we choose for yourself and ask yourself really. What is it that you want to see in your life. What's most important to you and then put your energy there be that now i don't need to have the whatever that is before you can be the energy of that with any of that. What we want is like oh we. I'll be happy to have this. You say that all the time. I've watched your words out there like i'll be happy with and my happiness is always in the future and when i was like wait a minute. If i'm just wanting those things so that i could be happy. Why cannot be happy right now. Just i is so many ways to be happy now. And then all of a sudden you start manifesting those things which what's a whole nother beautiful part of life in a new you have awesome manifestation short stories when you came on my show As well so that one direction. What we're talking about the sheep's analogy sparked all and say something else..

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"noel" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

Talk with Oliver

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"noel" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

"Having been on ten years of medication for threats and how just fucked up by thinking the ten years. I wanna came off of it. I did ten years worth thinking in three weeks and the tweets went because his brain activity tape. I know how medicine is simply just. We don't know how to solve his problem. Hey take this. Because as a solution for the moment for the moment meaningful seconds for days for weeks until we find out how and you might never find out how but what is doing to your body and how imbalances the chemical was is. I wanted to die so bad. Because i couldn't get to where wanted to be my head and it will. It really was was trying to understand him. Work out something that. I couldn't process that fort because the medicine was slavery brain down and then i thought a sleep and so is the structures. And i've q- myself with meditation in three weeks off the medication for ten years. I'm against medication. Now you could say but it could save somebody in that moment which is arguably that is correct right. Would that person. I've got to other wants to be without medication. Maybe maybe not but the reason why they have those problems is because they are seeing this stuff around them and it's not in harmony and it's not what they're seeing in the head and everyone knows who say. Oh why you do not do this. And they're thinking no need to that because of this and this is balanced with the outside flex in the inside and they might just go off and kill themselves so if they just went off in the middle of the jungle and and lived there for three months they would have enough time away from the influence of energies and tv and radio in school for so long that they literally find who they are the walk over there problems because the problem was being energies that one at home and you've their thoughts like at school. We're told it should be like this or this..

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"noel" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

Talk with Oliver

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"noel" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

"Jesus so jesus is only the physical body and unrealized okay if jesus died in the ground and his bodies being in by animals and he just got bones right and those bones have decomposed a mud. Jesus in that ground anymore. His energy is still days. Presence is still there. What would jesus same situation he would say. Forgive that okay. Two thousand years later was to send the same thing. What would jesus would have done. What would have done. What a trump. What would oliver said. And you say are we would have said this. And i realized that. I simply tuning into the vibrations of jesus thoughts because i reached the same vibration frequency as him. Like two magnets. We came together. And as i raised my energy even more awfully. Quincy's became on a different channel so i was walkie-talkie for he was in walkie-talkie four when he died that was years ago so he can't go any higher mortgages before but at twenty one i'm walkie-talkie for i've got another left on the planet which means i can potentially reach walkie-talkie channel. V one hundred and four and so as a raise man. I couldn't i was on the different channel. And then i realized to myself. Wow if reincarnation exists. I absolutely was him. But if reincarnation is based on coming back as a person a physical person as opposed to a spirit. I couldn't be jesus because he was known as the body which means i wasn't jesus reincarnation doesn't exist because if it does i'm shooting into the energy and it has nothing to do with body and then go onto the fact that consciousness is in the brain and when you die or is it in the energy and then what is punk justness. Is it part of the spiritual thing or the physical thing and it is part the spiritual thing then what commands that consciousness which means jesus is still ahead. Everyone everybody dies is still ahead. So that does that mean. Are they thinking right now. And then you know thinking comes from the brain the brain's in the ground. How jesus thinking knock on the door. The lights flicker or your grandfather trying to make a sign knocking off that thing on the wall and then if the conscious they need to read so eating there's restaurants and i went down massively powerful of amnesic unquestioning everything. It the bollocks he goes back round to in your head and based on what you believe in the first place based on what somebody else told you israel so follow that path. Does i thought you'd fund a very fascinating super fascinating. I was following the. I can see how that can take you in a at circles like we all like have what it is that we become aware of concept in the in the in the moment that we're in and like you said like wool seem it seems to be. That will be here longer. So we have an opportunity to raise our frequency and become aware and become more conscious. A a more things So the way i look at it is like we have. We have the energy that we truly are. You know which is a fraction of all. that is all that is energy. So we're a piece of that. Were expressing it right now as well as oliver were expressing in these human human bodies. But that doesn't mean that a part of us who we truly are still we still have connections to whether someone call that their higher selves or they call that whatever they call it and so when we leave these physical bodies like my perception is we can still connect with the higher south of that person that we can always connect with anyway. So it's like you still have your. You still have your unique energy. Your you know things that you made your you when you were in the physical body and that's what we can still connect with when we leave now whether or not that comes. that same..

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"noel" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

Talk with Oliver

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"noel" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

"You just kind of already nature and doing what you doing but when society says it should be like this you follow that you bring saying no. That's wrong comment where you look around you. Everyone's doing that. You're now like being pulled one by by satan away by angels and the only way can change is if they want to change but they have to have a reason why society that generation has to be gone say off each generations of hundred years that they died and the new ones born society has to change completely otherwise just go back into that pattern substantially you can reset it after generations but the system of how we live has to change. So you don't see that like if you say you believe you follow it. If not that then there is nothing to fully absolutely one of my favorite things to be aware of is to how to release things. That are no longer than have already that. I'm sir this way. So for instance the rejection. Thank you just described like. I've always been somewhere. If i see someone that i'm interested in It messes with my mind. If i have like a legitimate chance to speak to them like right next to me and i could say hello and i don't mess with my mind for some time because i'm like why are you being implicitly. Like just talked. And i've already oliver swear at least once on out of but but if i speak to this person and say that they're the rudest human on earth like the meanest person on the planet. I'm okay with that. Because now i know like thank you for showing me that no i won't. We wanted to spend any time with you. You obviously don't want to spend time with me either. So all i don't i don't hold onto that and so the fear of rejection and i was the same way even when it was like When i was working sales jobs like phone sales like you could be the biggest jerk on earth and now i can move you out my listeners. I'm have to follow up with you anymore. It's awesome thank you for sharing that knocking mobile and so the same thing when it comes to even like dying.

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"noel" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

Talk with Oliver

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"noel" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

"But let's that seems very and definitely what you described with two tribes from different parts of the planet mating with each other. Yeah that could have happened for sure. And that's a that's i mean everybody Especially in america such a melting pot up yuba mix with like four from thanks So yeah it. Super interesting by my parents are my parents. There similar similar sizes torture So i think. I got just the one to messed up. Because maybe there's enough of a difference when their sizes to where they messed up my one but it could be. It could be worse. I'm happy with it and united example. You'd look someone be like. Wow she's absolutely beautiful right and then you look at somebody else and be like. She's ugly but i i've i've this out. There's no such thing as good looking an ugly it's inflection to yourself so if you are symmetrical right you're gonna other people and look people are symmetrical and ugly. People are often not symmetrical right and they go for ugly people. And i thought to myself. Why does that good-looking looking person. Not funny ugly attractive but oakley person finds out co ugly that person attractive and why does the person look at say a great looking person. I brad pitt and be like he's looking. I'm sure they do. They don't focus on that because it's not really gonna ever happen and i realized that good looking to somebody's based on the perception of their family their aunts and uncles around children their cousins that their neighbors people don't do school with their brothers and their sisters older types of people..

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"noel" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

Talk with Oliver

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"noel" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

"I would only smile with like a smart and you wouldn't see that too so a lot of people didn't even know that i had that over there it would just meet and so nineteen. I was like all right. Do braces thing. But i told the dentist. I said you have six months tops and i have a really high threshold for pain. So we're going to tighten these like times three. And i'll just tell you when it's type in the you stop and then i'll come back on the next appointment like noel. You're crazy but all right whatever you want. and so. He would tighten entitled until i couldn't take anymore. Because i knew that it would loosen up during the at get used to it and after like four and a half months a smile in the mirror i was good enough went to the dentist. I take those off. Like take these off like i'm done with it and there with the retainer now i try to just wear before it doesn't fit anymore so i try to wear like once a month so does it before it doesn't fit so then it's again super paint. My my mouth is sore in the morning but then on how to wear it again for another month so aiba skirted the skirting the system as much as possible. Yeah that's the same for me. I got braces. When i was at college and i was seventeen so most people thirteen fourteen. I had them bangla. Middle of career starting to seek owls and everything and you used to have lunch. And i remember having a sandwich. The brady's get stuck in my braces. And i because the toilet with walk will put a pipe cleaner and just like floss all my my bread from the sandwich. It was a nightmare. And yeah absolutely what's crazy is up you think about how we're all interbreeding different. Humans interbreeding with different around the world right. Bigger humans auspice to breed with smallish humans. And yet you have big human mating with this more human..

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"noel" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

Talk with Oliver

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"noel" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

"Hey follow me on instagram. Yes king oliver and make sure you follow and subscribe you get notification when released episode. You have a great day. So i find so interesting example when you go to the dentist they say you should brush your teeth twice a day right. I have been brushing my sheet. Tif only in the morning for literally seven years because i realized that manage criminal these problems by trying to tell people to be some things he go back to them and things like fluoride water and toothpaste folks up the pino. I'm show you know it. Damages european alabama means. You haven't got the maximum power that it has. And so that's what's in of water. Hence why have filtered water but then all this toothpaste using it twice a day to clean taste but it causes other issues. And i'm convinced that if he brushed too much on a tube you're gonna break down the web like be the outer shell of a tooth which ends up causing issues and that you think about years and years ago what people used to do is find a twig or something. Caveman avenue tweet or chicken bone and just you know floss out the but in his taste and is unnecessary to rush off heaves twice a day and actually the main problem is what we're reaching nor how often we brush because if you eat the correct foods then it won't stick to your tape and caused damage so again. It's a cycle of problems. Created by man and then man's has a solution but jen's ups creating another problem super threats that you would you went there My my teeth are very valuable to me. and i've always that was my biggest insecurity as a kid was fi teeth at one. That was at a place in a family. Couldn't afford braces. And i was like one day. I'm gonna have like nice white teeth a nice straight smile and But also we talk right before this depends on what i'm eating or drinking 'cause if i have sugar almighty a must brush it for do not want to think about the sugar just messing with not all day long so But i can relate to what you just driving with the floride and all of these things. I like to think of my toothpaste now..

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