35 Burst results for "Once A Week"

Senate votes to block railroad strike, impose contract rejected by unions

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 5 hrs ago

Senate votes to block railroad strike, impose contract rejected by unions

"The Senate has moved fast to head off a potentially catastrophic rail strike. The Senate passed a bill binding rail companies and workers to a proposed settlement reached in September, some unions involved then rejected the deal, leading to a potential strike next week, which the Biden administration and business leaders warrant could lead to massive job losses and pain around the holidays. The House voted yesterday to impose the agreement and the bill now goes to President Biden, who hours earlier, defended the settlement. I negotiated a contract, no one else could negotiate. With pay raises, but not more paid leave. The president says he'll keep pushing to get that for rail workers and every

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Amber Athey: Kanye West Praised Hitler on Info Wars Interview

The Dan Bongino Show

01:29 min | 7 hrs ago

Amber Athey: Kanye West Praised Hitler on Info Wars Interview

"This Kanye thing It's gotten serious Now there's no this is taken out of context for those of you who missed it This is happening now as amber and I are on this call He's on InfoWars with Alex Jones and it is just a generated into a cesspool of anti semitism This isn't ata context As I said before the literal definition of indefensible And I said before the guy needs help Please stop putting him on shows I'm not suggesting anyone should be deplatformed I'm a free speech absolutist on this Someone I'm suggesting at all But you don't have to magnify the guy's message using your platform What they're doing now is they're having them on clearly in an effort to gain clicks and views and it's really disturbing This thing has spiraled really quickly I remember about a month ago when he did the interview with Tucker Carlson He said a lot of things that made sense He said a lot of things that I thought were understandable But then asked over the last couple of weeks it has devolved into just blatant anti semitism And a quote from the show that he's doing right now he said I see good things about Hitler also Every human being has value that they brought to the table especially Hitler and he also said that people needed to stop being so critical of the Nazis

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An Incentive to Support Our Prison Fellowship Angel Tree Campaign

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:51 min | 7 hrs ago

An Incentive to Support Our Prison Fellowship Angel Tree Campaign

"Got the biggest smile on my face today. I got an email from illyana in west ligo Texas. She said it's become a family tradition of ours to watch the thermometer on your prison fellowship, angel tree campaign go up, up, up, we love listening to how you worry about hitting your big goal, you always hit the goal with the love and support of your listeners. You know we've got now 2037 kids sponsored to send Christmas presents and bibles and messages from their incarcerated parents. In just a few days, we've raised over $50,000. It's so fun to watch this and to hear from illyana and the Rio Grande valley like that. Say that it's become a Christmas tradition because you can see the progress when you go to the site. When you go to Mike online dot com and click on that angel tree banner at the top of the page. Again, the ask is simple. $50 will bless two children. You'll be able to send a Christmas gift that the child believes is coming from their parent who is in prison. They'll also get a Bible and a personalized message from their dad or their mom to these children on Christmas. $25 a child, I had a number of people donated a thousand this week. We're going to call them to thank them personally for their donation. Whatever you can afford, and I got a trip that I might be putting together to see a Broadway hit, great seats for a show that you can't get tickets for. I mean, 'cause the star of this particular show, I'm not even supposed to say what it is yet, because we haven't finalized the details. It's going to come together quickly if we do it. Because I got the tickets. Tickets are for next Wednesday night.

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What Is the American Legislative Exchange?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:50 sec | 10 hrs ago

What Is the American Legislative Exchange?

"Tell us about Alec. Well, Alec is America's largest nonpartisan and keyword voluntary membership organization of state legislators. We've been doing it for nearly 50 years. We'll celebrate that anniversary next October, but everything we do is centered around our three core principles, limited government, free markets, and federalism, and we've got hundreds and hundreds of legislators from around the country in D.C.. This week, not only sharing best practices from around the states, but they're also dedicated on restoring that balance of power of government back to the states. I think all of us would agree that power has become too concentrated in Washington to concentrated in that fourth branch of government, the bureaucracy, the administrative state. And so we're all here. We're fired up. We've got a lot of newly elected legislators in town.

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An inflation gauge tracked by the Fed slows to still-high 6%

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 12 hrs ago

An inflation gauge tracked by the Fed slows to still-high 6%

"A government report shows one measure of inflation eased last month, but is still at a high level. It's called the personal consumption expenditures index and it shows consumer prices rose 6% in October from a year earlier, down from 6.3% a month earlier, but still elevated. The Federal Reserve closely monitors the index, and the number likely reinforces its intent to keep boosting interest rates as it tries to cool the economy and ease the worst inflation in decades. We need to raise interest rates to a level that is sufficiently restrictive to return inflation to 2%. But fed chair Jerome Powell told the brookings institution yesterday the Central Bank could slow the hikes when it meets in two weeks. Sagar Meghani, Washington.

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Taliban silence Voice of America broadcasts in Afghanistan

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 14 hrs ago

Taliban silence Voice of America broadcasts in Afghanistan

"U.S. radio service, the Voice of America has said that the Taliban have banned their FM broadcasts in Afghanistan, the VOA said the Taliban had also banned radio free Europe, also known as radio liberty, from broadcasting in Afghanistan, both VOA and radio liberty are funded by the U.S. government, although they claim editorial independence. The Taliban said the radio services repeatedly contravene their new press laws, the Taliban took over Afghanistan in August 2021 as America and NATO were in the final weeks of their pullout from the country after 20 years of war. The Islamic group initially promised a more moderate rule but have since restricted many rights and freedoms and implemented their harsh interpretation of Islamic law. I'm Karen Chammas

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A Lot Has Changed Since We Last Spoke to Zach Bradford...

HASHR8

02:14 min | 14 hrs ago

A Lot Has Changed Since We Last Spoke to Zach Bradford...

"Zach, welcome back to the compass podcast. It's been two months, maybe, since I saw you last, so it's great to see you again and a lot has changed since we last talked. I mean, how many names can we just list in chapter 11 bankruptcy right now? Quite a bit. You guys are again exceeding your expectations. Actually revising your forecast for hash upwards. You guys continue continuously seem to be doing better. We'll get into that in a little bit for the strategy portion, but first of all, welcome back to the show. Hey, thanks, will. Happy to be here. Always good to talk. Awesome. So let's talk about market sentiment to begin with. And we were just talking before the show started about Thanksgiving was last week and there was definitely a lot of conversations with family members and friends about why did you make me buy that token and why did you make me ape into that async. I had a few of those conversations, luckily I was spared the most of them, but it sounds like you were not spared at all. Let's get your general reaction to the market sentiment of BlockFi as of this morning actually elected to file for chapter 11 bankruptcy. So as the most fresh wound, we're recording this in the morning of November 28th, but yeah, just get your first take on what's been going on. Yeah, yeah. It's definitely been a volatile market to say the very least the last couple of days. Absolutely had some of those conversations, like I'm sure many of your listeners did. Thanksgiving. Everybody's got the uncle that seems to know everything, right? So, and I think that what shows, though, is that the conversations are still happening. It's still top of mind, and I think it's a good thing. For most of my conversations, we're about the difference between Bitcoin and the rest of cryptocurrencies, because yes, Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency, but cryptocurrency is not Bitcoin and all the reasons that that matters. So I think it's been a great opportunity to educate people. But also to educate them about we have this decentralized tool in Bitcoin. And we've seen people head right back into centralized finance and put it on exchanges and the exchanges and the centralization is really the problem.

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Harsh Rajat of Push Protocol Reflects on Life Before Crypto

CRYPTO 101

02:04 min | 15 hrs ago

Harsh Rajat of Push Protocol Reflects on Life Before Crypto

"What was life like, you know, before you got into crypto and what made you want to adopt this crazy lifestyle. Got it. So you mean what was life when I had web two friends? And family. Yeah. A regular friends and family. And hobbies. So yeah, life, I mean, the reason I took the jump, I think most of us have the same story. Mine happened in 2014, heard about Bitcoin. It was going $2000. I and it was all the region in India at that point of time. Bitcoin, there's this new tech that is going to $1000. So of course, I thought let me get some of it. And the moment I bought it within a week, it was back to $200. So yeah, by high cell load, that was my strategy, but what it helped me see was it got me excited about what is Bitcoin because I had a loss. So I had to go to or I had to see how to get it back. So yeah, trading is how I started getting into crypto. But when I started reading, I realized that there's not just Bitcoin, there's Ethereum as well. And there's so many other coins as well. So I kind of went deep into that, then after a couple of years, I kind of realized that, oh, you don't just read these coins. Some of these points you are able to program them as well. And I've been on entrepreneur from 2010. I've been a mobile entrepreneur. I saw notifications, communications, and everything evolving over there. So when I got to know that you can program on this blockchain as well, and because of my experience, I decided that communication is probably the best thing in which I can get in. And that's how I started going into web three.

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Michigan's COVID-19 deaths top 40,000, state reports

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 16 hrs ago

Michigan's COVID-19 deaths top 40,000, state reports

"Michigan officials say deaths linked to COVID-19 have now surpassed 40,000, with most occurring in people who are older, unvaccinated, or have comorbidities. Nick derusha is the public health officer in four upper Peninsula counties in Michigan. He says he's disappointed that some people are still choosing not to use tools that are widely available to prevent death from COVID-19 like vaccinations and booster shots. There were still 113 deaths in the past week, and the states reporting more than 40,000 deaths since the pandemic began. Doctor Daniel call, a Professor of infectious diseases at the University of Michigan, says this way if it feels different, most deaths since March have been occurring outside hospitals in extended care facilities, hospice situations, or among people who may have multiple other medical issues going on. I'm Jennifer King.

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West Virginia to end COVID-related emergency order in 2023

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 17 hrs ago

West Virginia to end COVID-related emergency order in 2023

"West Virginia's governor is quietly ending their virus related state of emergency. Governor Jim justice, says West Virginia's state of emergency related to COVID-19 will end at the start of the new year. Justice said quietly issued a proclamation about it on November 12th, but waited until Wednesday to make a formal announcement, saying he saw no reason to make a great big hoopla about it. He says he held off ending the emergency so that officials could check that the state would lose out on any opportunities for federal money, justice says the truth is the state of emergency doesn't affect a whole lot, and now we need to move on. The state ranks 31st in the country for new cases per CAPiTA. And in the last two weeks has seen a decrease of 14.6%. I'm Jennifer King

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A Challenge to Help Spread the Word of the Gospel

The Bible Recap

01:06 min | 19 hrs ago

A Challenge to Help Spread the Word of the Gospel

"Did you know that you have one of the most powerful tools for the deployment of the gospel in the history of the universe? So this week, every day at the top of the episode, I'm going to issue a challenge to you. I want you to join me in helping spread the understanding of the gospel to the nations. Now, I just got back from a Senate where you talked about the 3 billion unreached people in the world, people who've never heard the name of Jesus, and there are incredible organizations working to get the gospel into every written and spoken language by the year 2033, but you and I probably had access to bibles long before we ever actually understood scripture. So what we want to do is we want to encourage and challenge you to find two friends who live in other countries and invite them to read through the Bible with you next year and to do the Bible recap with you so that they will fall more in love with the word, fall more in love with scripture, understand scripture more and be empowered and equipped themselves to continue the spread of the gospel to those 3 billion unreached people. So will you do that today? Will you think of two people that you know who live in other countries besides where you live and invite them to read through the Bible with the Bible recap and you next year? All right, I'm going to issue this

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A Meditation on Matthew 7:24-27 for Thursday of the 1st Week of Advent

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

02:30 min | 22 hrs ago

A Meditation on Matthew 7:24-27 for Thursday of the 1st Week of Advent

"For the next few moments, surrender all the cares and concerns of the stay to the lord. Say slowly, from your heart, Jesus. I trust in you. You. Take over. Become aware that he is with you. Looking upon you with love. Wanting to be heard, deep within your heart. A reading from the holy gospel, according to Matthew, chapter 7 versus 24 through 27. Jesus said to his disciples, it is not those who say to me, lord, lord, who will enter the Kingdom of Heaven. But the person who does the will of my father in heaven. Therefore, every one who listens to these words of mine and acts on them, will be like a sensible man who built his house on rock, rain came down, floods rose, Gale's blue and hurled themselves against that house, and it did not fall. It was founded on rock. But everyone who listens to these words of mind and does not act on them, will be like a stupid man who built his house on sand. Rain came down, floods rose, Gale's blue, and struck that house, and it fell, and what a fall it had. What word made this passage come alive for you. What did you sense the lord saying to you?

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Steve Cortes: The Economic Risk of a Railway Union Strike

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:54 min | 1 d ago

Steve Cortes: The Economic Risk of a Railway Union Strike

"Steve walk us through the looming rail strike. In America. Charlie, listen, this is an incredibly significant issue and a massive economic risk that this country certainly does not need at a time like this. And I mean at a time like this because the economy is already in tatters and is already careening into a ditch, largely because of the inflation that was unleashed by Joe Biden, which is a created crisis from his misbegotten policies as complete mismanagement of the U.S. economy. Now add in right in front of the holidays right in front of at least for retail, the most significant economic few weeks of the year, a potential catastrophic rail strike, about one third of all goods in America, are shipped by rail. So it's hard to overstate the scope of this. One of the things politically that I find fascinating about this is that Joe Biden claimed he was going to be the most pro union president ever. Well, he does love public sector unions, which of course are completely beholden by the Democratic Party, but private sector unions, which are mostly a lot of Democratic Party, but not nearly as slavishly as the public center unions. It turns out he's not as interested there. And even moreover, you know, whether or not he's pro or anti union is the fact that he's simply not taking a direction of role in trying to fix this situation. You know, back in 1902, Teddy Roosevelt, which was really, I think, one of the moments that made him the great statesman that we now regard him as very properly. So in 1902, there was a coal strike that was threatened in America, kind of similar timing into winter just as it was getting cold, the results could have been catastrophic for the United States. He gathered all of the interested parties, the owners, the miners, others, the press, everybody, into rooms and insisted on personally leading the negotiation until he could reach a settlement which he indeed did. We need to see that kind of leadership now. We're not seeing it, of course, from Joe Biden. I'm not sure he's even cognitively able to lead that kind of intense negotiation. But

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4 lion cubs saved from war in Ukraine arrive at US sanctuary

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 d ago

4 lion cubs saved from war in Ukraine arrive at US sanctuary

"Lion cubs save from war in Ukraine are now in the United States. I'm Lisa dwyer. That's the sound of four lion cubs rescued from Ukraine playing. The international fund for animal welfare says they were born at the Ukrainian breeding facilities during the war and then orphaned at only a few weeks old. It's the final step in an arduous journey after they survived sporadic bombings and drone attacks. One veterinarian who has been with the cubs since their time in Ukraine says on nights when the power went out, he used as arms and legs to warm their milk bottles. They are not on display at the wildcat sanctuary in sandstone, north of Minneapolis, but the sanctuary does offer virtual tours on its website and Facebook page. I'm Lisa dwyer

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John Solomon: Election Problems Persist in Maricopa County

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:30 min | 1 d ago

John Solomon: Election Problems Persist in Maricopa County

"County under a cloud. Maricopa's decade long history of election issues from 2012 to 2022. John, I live in Maricopa County. We're doing the show actually live from Maricopa County. And when I talk to people across the country, it has become more than a laughingstock. It has become an insult to American elections and our country, your thoughts. Well, listen, people sometimes forget history real quickly, right? Because we live in a fast paced world, but the train wreck that we saw in 2022 has actually been a slow motion train wreck that started back in 2012. And what's interesting is that when the election irregularity problem started Maricopa County a decade ago, it was the mainstream media and Democrats that were concerned about it in 2012. Arizona Republican called Maricopa County the embarrassment of the United States for its slow election counting, like two weeks of delayed election counting 2014 new problems occurred 2016 during the primary, such significant problem occurred and people were left in lines for such long hours that the Obama Justice Department sent a letter saying, hey, what are you guys doing there? There's been changes of leadership, but no matter what happens in the same issues keep recurring, long lines, problems with machines, inability to vote easily in a state that should be quite easy to vote. And so when you ask, how did we get to this point in 2022? The answer is it's been a decade coming and it's been this county's repeated inability to fix these problems that continue to erode the confidence of Arizona voters in their own system in their largest county.

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Rep. Ken Buck: The Left's Hypocrisy on Free Speech

The Dan Bongino Show

01:45 min | 1 d ago

Rep. Ken Buck: The Left's Hypocrisy on Free Speech

"So I know this matters to you deeply even speaking about this for a long time You were certainly no Johnny come lately on this specific issue but the new public square unfortunately congressman are these applications Twitter Facebook it's how people get information It's how they exchange information so when you have a company say like an apple who has a monopoly over that App Store they what they say goes They don't want you on that store the boot you off like that When you have them threatening or canceling companies like parler off the App Store and at least according to Elon Musk threatening to kick them off Twitter I thought the left used to care about this kind of stuff Congressman monopolies and big business and stuff like that what happened Well you know I think that the left cares to a certain extent and the right care is to a certain extent we haven't got the bills through Congress because Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer don't care We have three bills on the floor two weeks ago And they passed They passed with 39 Republican votes and they passed with over a 180 Democrat votes So we have been able to pass some antitrust legislation but you're absolutely right The left has this sort of hypocrisy when it comes to free speech On the one hand they want to be able to speak freely and they don't want us to be able to inhibit their speech when it comes to gay rights or other issues that the left cares about gun control but when it comes to speaking the truth about vaccines or COVID or the origins of COVID or as Elon Musk is pointing out the New York Post story and other issues they absolutely want to shut down what the right has to say

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Twitter ends enforcement of COVID misinformation policy

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 1 d ago

Twitter ends enforcement of COVID misinformation policy

"Public health officials are worried about changes at Twitter that could end up discouraging COVID-19 vaccinations. The change to Twitter's rules was announced in a one line update Monday night, Twitter will no longer enforce its policy against misinformation about COVID-19. This comes after massive layoffs at the company by new owner Elon Musk, who in the past has himself spread misleading COVID claims on the platform, public health officials interviewed by The Associated Press, said it could lead to more false claims about the virus or the safety and efficacy of vaccines. Paul Russo, dean of the cats school of science and health at yeshiva university in New York called the change unacceptable, saying the company's decision to reverse course is an abdication of its duty to its users, some Twitter accounts were immediately testing the new boundaries and celebrating the platform's hands off approach, COVID cases and deaths are up from two weeks earlier, according to the most recent federal daily averages about 28,000 people with COVID were hospitalized per day in about 313 died. I'm Jennifer King

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"Fame's" Irene Cara Joins the List of 'Unknown Illness' Deceased

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:23 min | 1 d ago

"Fame's" Irene Cara Joins the List of 'Unknown Illness' Deceased

"I sat on the other show that we are going to experience a lot of different deaths. I felt a lot of deaths coming. And it wasn't just like COVID related when I said that. Although, you know, obviously COVID has a lot to do with it, but I just said I feel a lot of deaths and then a bunch of people started dying. Comedians die in a Louis Anderson Bob Saget, Gilbert Gottfried. The list was going crazy. Some people tell me, hey, you know, people die. I don't know. I've been a journalist for 30 years, 31 years, 32 years, whatever it is. I'm always reading death notices and what have you. And I just don't remember seeing this many people drop like flies with an unknown illness. You know, Irene Cara, who was such a sweetie pie back in the day. With fame, she dies 63 years old. I know for some of you, that sounds like an old age when you read 30s or so 60. Three, well, she lives a good life. No, I'm 60 now. 63 is going to be her in a second. I don't want to die. I'm sure Irene carrot did neither. So we never get to know these things anymore. Not one person, not one journalist. Can find out if these people who die mysterious deaths were vaccinated. We never get that that bit of information. That would change a lot. Wouldn't it? I mean, probably make a lot of us scared to death facing the future. Those of us who got vax, but what is going on and why don't we get to know? We used to always know when somebody died. Even if it was suicide, they say, took his own life, took her own life, now that stuff is out. That's not do we even know what was in Coolio's system when he dropped that? I mean, I'm sure there were drugs in there. But do we know? Has it been enough time that has passed? So we get to know about the toxicology, I mean, I know you can get toxicology reports back in a couple of days. This is getting ridiculous. God, they do want to do motor vehicle department. It's not that hard to do. No blood type. Like when I go to the hospital, they know what's in my system in an hour. I don't know why these things take 6 weeks.

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"once week" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:35 min | 3 months ago

"once week" Discussed on WTOP

"Also, I feel like it's been forever since I played in a preseason game. So that was good. It was good to just, like I said, get my feet wet as well. Kind of get the first time out there. Jitters out of the way, whatever you want to call them. I think that was important. And I think we'll be ready once week one rolls around here. Preseason game two next Saturday afternoon at Kansas City. MLS stock correction, the New England revolution shutout D.C. United one nil. Steve dresner, WTO sports. The top stories we're following for you on WTO P. The FBI recovered top secret and even more sensitive documents from former president Trump's Mar-a-Lago. CBS News is now reporting that mister Trump's lawyers signed papers back in June, saying all classified documents had been returned. Salman Rushdie remains hospitalized after being stabbed multiple times. During a public appearance in western New York. A 24 year old suspect from New Jersey has pleaded not guilty and is being held without bail. Election results in Montgomery county have been certified. County executive Mark L rich beat his challenger David Blair by 35 votes, Blair says he intends to request a recount. Stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes. It's three 17, the Los Angeles Police department has entered its investigation into Anne Hess's car crash

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"once week" Discussed on Turn Me On

Turn Me On

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"once week" Discussed on Turn Me On

"Kicked off. Okay thank you. Thank you so much for taking time out of your schedule. All the way from mexico to sit down and chat with us. This has been really really delay. Yeah absolutely same for me. Thanks so much for having me her inviting me. No you're gonna have to fac- yo addicted to love bank and mine is well basic your would dictate to love emancipated as well facing your dictate to low made as well face it your addicted. They say that five times in the course really do us. Look that up marine lyrics. I know who songs that. Who things that robert palmer. Oh really i thought that was a woman you lights are wrong. Yana ho so will not your role today in attendance at massage school we had to. The teachers are still some of them are still getting to know our names because some of the wheel only have once week and ta was like this day today. We're gonna. I'm gonna call your name and you're gonna tell me what animal you would be if you could be an animal and i can't remember what this one woman behind me said. But she said such and such an animal because they mate for life. And i don't like to be alone. I know i know. I know maybe goose i think goose's mate for life kice geeses gazai. I said listen. I found it really stressful. I find those kinds of questions really stressful. What animal did you choose. I chose a finger. Monkey the fuck is a finger monkey. Oh yeah one. Of those little tiny things they just they. They look like they're actually called them. Yeah won't they have a different name but finger. Monkeys is the I you know. I've seen murmur set pygmy marmoset. I didn't wanna say anything that somebody else said and they had already like. The first person was like i'll be a golden retriever. Like obviously going to be a dog. You know whatever and then i was like oh maybe i'll be some kind of bird or maybe someone said unicorn house like maybe i'll be peg assess but then it came around. I was like no one's gonna see finger monkey except for me. I almost had bonobo starts with a b. And i was like this. Is i think. He's with the podcast. Exactly yeah cool well. That was a really fun conversation that we just had. And we're so glad that you along with us. And the more i think about it the more i really do think that i'm a bit of a love addict. Really do in terms of like gets in your way of life. I think it does sometimes. Yeah because of a need for reciprocated. Love yeah yeah i feel. Sometimes i feel like i'm too needy interesting or i don't know i found money that i think really i do. Actually feel i should talk to. Do you think that it's kind of like because it to me. I could understand that in terms of like seeking approval or seeking like. I know i'm a pleaser. So i ne- i'd like to get that kind of reinforcement. Does it feel like that. Or when we talked about codependence i was like in the sounds like me i feel like i slide into co-dependency pretty easily interesting. I think that resonated with me as well. But i think from the perspective of i definitely learned how to modify my behavior or tiptoe around in such a way that i could manipulate the way a parent would respond to some like. I would suss out of situation and be like. Is this a good time to ask for this thing that i really want. And if i if i pitch it this way like it's not really a big deal. Maybe they're more likely to say yes. You know so. I don't know if that fits into could been have bene- behavior but that's definitely a type of manipulation to get what you're hoping to get. Yeah i think that. I i think i think that's me. Is that what you expected. Codependency definition to be. Because i kind of was surprised by it. So it was i She wrote here in her book. Codependence can be subtle can be so subtle in its presentation teasing miss but for as sex. Love addicted codependence is practically guaranteed because all less. Elliot's are codependent. Sometimes that you are codependent in a relationship are your self worth is largely dependent on your on how your partner feels about you. That is huge with me. I problem with that okay. Your partner spends a lot of lots of time trying to manage or control your partner story. You spend lots of time trying to manage or control your partner's feelings so you won't get hurt. I mean again. She said everything's a spectrum. That's like i'm somewhere on the spectrum there but that doesn't like super duper. Yeah i think so too. Although i have trouble with the so you don't get hurt part because i think that can be really convoluted. Avoid personalities are also trying to not get hurt but it comes through a totally different thing. You give way more in the relationship than you get in return. She goes on to say we almost always contribute emotionally or physically or both much much more than the other person i mean. I definitely have had that in my life especially early in relationships like when i started to fall in love with someone. I'm like it's like a. It's like a fucking it's like an out of control train. That's just barreling through town and no one can stop it. How did that present.

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"once week" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"once week" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Brad Park and Rob Religion studio today. If you have a legal question, give us a call Three or 37138255. If you have traffic court coming up If you have something going on in your lives that you need to address collection matters, whatever they might be gives the call will help you. We'll talk to you will give you some advice on what? What you need to do and what you don't need to do and what? What? What you can and can't do. If we can't give you the answer right away will look it up and we'll give you calls during the week. Um, we are Bell and Pollock. We reached that three or three. 7955900 during the regular week. Personal injury attorneys you can cause you can check side of bell pollock dot com or champions of people dot com. We do a number of radio shows. Throughout the week. Get onto our website and you'll be able to find a that we're always on the radio. We do a lot of shows we do somewhere. We just narrow in on personal injury topics. We have others where we, um do like this where we have call ins and we allow people to call in and talk to us. And get information that three or 37138255, we do have lines open. So feel free to give us a call. Robin, we're talking. We're comp really. The basic rule is that every employer has to have work home. That's correct. And then if you don't carry work, um, coverage and employees injured on the job, Well, then you're there. The state's going to find out about it and you're going to get penalized and fined. For not caring coverage, and they're probably in most situations are going to make you pay for your for your employees Work comp benefits out of the company's pocket. Now there's there has been some changes to the rules of, uh, procedure with regard to workers' compensation where they're they've set up a fund. Uh, to allow, uh injured workers to access money. A lot of times. The guys who don't carry work coverage are the guys that aren't doing very well in business. And quite frankly, can't afford to work coverage, but with but the state of set up a fund. So, uh, the guys who get injured on the job employer says, Well, look at it. If you if you hit me up for that money, I'm gonna I'm gonna have to go under. You're not going to get any money to for your treatment for your injuries either way, But now we have a fund associated with the state that they take in a A portion of penalties, um, from different cases. And and and, uh, contributed into the fund. All right, We've got some calls. We're going to take them in the order that came we have Mike from Loveland. Uh, Mike, you're volunteering at a church and you got injured. You know, I It was if If I was volunteering at church and I did get injured, says that the church actually does have paid employees. And I'm sure they would have some kind of maybe private insurance. Maybe. But if I'm up on the ladder they tied this needs to be done. I said I'll do that for you. I get up there and I do something wrong a fall. And I get hurt. Does. It should go down work compensation deal Does the church have worked compensation and I have one other little issue that I do need to talk to you about here on the air. The worker's compensation coverage with the with the church should provide coverage for you if your volunteer And you should be entitled to full benefits. If you're injured on the job, and you're volunteering and they require you to, um To do certain, uh, duties and court requirements and then all of a sudden you're injured. It is a good example of you climbing up the ladder. Yes. Okay, good. That you can roll on this a little bit more later on to here's my second issue. Um, so the governor and the president Said that if you work for a company of 100 more employees Gutted mandated. Now you have to get the jab or else maybe, In some cases, you could get tested once week. Still, maybe, and then prove But here's my issue that I want to point out and see if this is on the creek track because I heard this I heard this on the different show. But the number one thing you need to do is If you get to that point where you got to take the vaccine, or you're going to get fired. You need to say no. Instead of maybe having that impulse to quit. You need to lawyer up. And do all the legal things and go through every little process. And make them fire. You. Because And you can still go through the court process. And if you can claim a religious exemption, or for whatever reason, you don't want to take the shot. You need the lawyer up and fight it all the way and make sure they fire you. And just don't just don't quit and go get a job back. Another company flipping burgers or something because Now. Yes, in this is 9 11 a lot of things that changed in the last 20 years. And I never thought our country would be doing the things that's doing right now. Thank you, 9 11. But that's one of the issues If you guys want just expound on that. Either later in the show, But make sure that we get the word out there that Don't quit the job. Fight it, You know, like you bring up some, uh valid questions and some valid issues. Uh, I've stayed away a little bit from that, as we try to see how this is all going to work out, work down and what's going to happen? And and how? What happens? You know we're years ago, I would tell people on the radio where an at will state and that will state is is an employer can fire you for any reason or no reason, as long as it doesn't violate your civil rights. They and your constitutional rights. Um right now, you know, I've been looking into this and trying to figure out what the mandates are and what the requirements are. And And if an employer even under 100, if I am ploy, 30 people if I looked at my people and said, if you're not vaccinated that you can't work here, um can I do that? Can I fire for no reason or any reason or And you could have good reason, if maybe it is a religious reason. Or maybe it is some other reason. Uh, we will talk about this more park talked about in this show. So listen, but the bottom line is that I can tell everybody. The verdicts at the jury's still out on this. There is no verdict yet. What can and can't get done. We all know is going to end out in the Supreme Court. And, uh and when it ends up in the Supreme Court, we're going to all have a here What to say is You know, we don't know how laws are going to change. We don't know what the rules and regulations are. Heck we we don't even know we thought Roe v. Wade was a law that we're all going to be following And then all of a sudden, Texas comes in with new legislation, and our Supreme Court passed on making an original decision on that. And that's the same thing that's going on with the with the vaccinations right now. It hasn't gotten to the people to those nine justices who are going to make a final decision. But, you know, the one thing is, is that everybody? You know, you have to weigh whether you want to keep your job which what you do with your job, and now you keep your job and you make a great statement..

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"once week" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"once week" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Yeah if you put the saints with the jaguar with ups the texans plus six twenty It's the saints thing is interesting because i've been practicing in one hundred degree heat all summer. And then they're going down to jacksonville where it's gonna be a hundred degree heat. If they played in the superdome would've been air conditioned. So it's almost like this might be an advantage for the saints to dealing in this heat. I just can't see james. And then playing without their home crowd in front of them and winning over aaron rodgers at its. Don't see that won the game before that is interesting. Texans versus jaguar. texas jet the pooper bowl. Everyone's drivers writing off the texans. And i don't dare anything but i have no idea what we're getting no at new head coach new crummy talent standpoint. That teams are both bad. It's not like one. Fame is worth out that the other you know last year i think the jaguars the colts week one and thus fifteen stray like once week. One is a fickle beast. I i wouldn't be shocked at the texans won that game. All right. we're gonna take a break and then we're going to rattled off. The million dollar picks a raiders texan far billion dollar picks for week one this episode of the bill. Simmons podcast is brought to you by ziprecruiter when it comes to look for a job. Most people would probably agree that the whole experience is not fun and a lot experience. Look for a job in the nineties. In fact here's some things. I'd rather do than look for a job. Watched the two thousand twenty one red sox in the middle of their swoon. Ano- it's a toss up watching. The red sox foxton them give up on at bats watching their bullpen. Get shelled. that has not been fun. But you know it's really not fun looking for a job. Ziprecruiter knows that the general experience look for jobs pretty sucky. That's why they figure where to make it. Unsexy unlike with other job sites if an actual person from the company really likes what they see they can personally invite you to to their job..

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"once week" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"once week" Discussed on Channel 33

"From. Harper's one of those patented deadpan. Harper's readings lists david. Whenever i see him one of the greatest things in journalism. Broadly defined thing that if it were if it was created today It would be like foisted upon us once week minimum and would be like a like a weekly showtime show on sunday nights. You know like john over bit exactly. I mean it's one of those things at harper's has always been so kind of slightly averse to the internet that i Probably is really underrated at this point in history yes yes not slightly adversity internet by by the way stream literally for this one david. The magazine put together a list of nicknames of accused mob defendants. They just did a list. Joey electric mr brown louis. Sheep danny aka. Butch tony meatballs and on and on and on. I want you to pun off the title of a famous piece of journalism bio harper's contributor. David foster wallace. What was harper's strain punt headline wait. Oh the name of the list was a as okay. The headline above the deadpan. Harper's list supposedly fun thing. I'll never do again is just gonna keep going keep Consider that considering the mobster against the mobster. Yes all right. He is david shoemaker. I'm brian curtis production magic by erica's avant as we're back monday or maybe tuesday with more. Lukewarm takes about the bbc z. Later right..

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"once week" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"once week" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Jesus h i beg your pardon that's very good i gotta i gotta go. That was that was really nice. Well i can put it on tape free. If you'd like. Yeah sure put that on tape. Put it on tape at baylor to Frank tick frankel tony. Get the information. What who am. I calling bob. Green over her. Yeah call me goodbye. Information hob good. Good luck to you. The best of luck getting jingle done. But i liked the melanie. Thank everybody sold in the middle. Bob greene of frazier foods. Why don't you try and film. do you want me to put the saab voice. Yeah but don't overdo it up. Green of frazier foods keeps your weight meets yet. Keeps you. don't see them. Or is it for god god in heaven. Don't do that bob. Green of phrase. Your foods keeps your meat. Says fresh is gonna be green of frazier foods keeps your greens as freshest can be at blue by version. I think the my version. And mrs gray's version get over to me. Bob green it pure frazier foods. I deliver a load once week. I kid don't send it to get it off. Thank you very much bob. Thanks everybody to remember. Bob greene fraser. Foods bit keeps. I was gonna say beat your meat beach bob. Green folks here are the world famous. Fill henry show kicking off another stellar week. Yeah famous fill every executive produced by henry incorporated right through them. Podcast one all right. Don't forget to go to our merge. Get yourself some henry march for the summer. It's the some months but someone you had put some on your back. Put someone you on your ass with the fell henry. Show brand on your ass today. Admitted quite like that not at all. I had a really good weekend. What did i just say guy got be a good weekend. We've got a great week ahead. we're gonna make it man we gotta make it and it's going to be beautiful at the end of the road. That's really kind of It's kind of a bummer. Chinda said end of the road. It'll be beautiful thing men. Once we hit the The end of the stage and the state to france thing. You know very timely film. Angie's.

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"once week" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"once week" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Of July? Because we are. They have learned to be a bunch of British tea drinking Nancy pants. Nobody's going to argue with that answer. Happy Independence Day weekend. Enjoy these best of today and all the shows will be back tomorrow on my talk, 171. So what are you trying to send Hollywood Hollywood seeing? What is the meaning of this? Believe an important up Oh, my gosh. Well, we are hearing right from Britney, and it is First of all, it started late technical difficulties. Everybody zooming it started at 2 10. So okay, um for 10 our time. Yeah. 4 10 our time and it's the first time she's addressed the court since her court appointed attorney filed to suspend her father. Jamie as a conservator of her state last right, right? And she is, um And Sam, her boyfriend posted a photo of him wearing a free Britney shirt this morning. And she said. I mean, I don't even know there's two different. I'll go to the et story. Okay. Um, good afternoon, ma'am. I'm not here to be anyone slave. Brittany was heard telling the court on the call, adding that while she was still performing I wasn't good. I was great. I'm so angry. I can't sleep and I am depressed. I want to be heard him on changes. I want changes going forward. I deserve changes. I would just want my life back. It's been 13 years and it's enough. It's enough, and it makes no sense at all. I'm done. I want to Want to assume my family to be totally honest with you. I want to be able to hand picked my own lawyer. The main reason I'm here is because I want to end the conservatorship without being evaluated. Which is the key thing because they're conservatives. Conservatorship was done under medical Authority, right? So she doesn't want the doctors to say, you know, I guess she and I agree with you. Just because you're bipolar doesn't mean you can't have someone You know you that you need to be into your father's them, right? And then CNN is reporting that she said. I've told the world I'm happy and I'm OK, but I'm traumatized. I'm not happy and I can't sleep. Just what we all thought, right? I'm so angry. It's insane. I'm depressed, and I cry every day. So all these little things that people are saying she's been giving us close. She has been right. Apparently, there's a big rally downtown today. She's coming out blazing by saying I am not here to be a slave for anybody. I mean, Whoa! I've lied to the world that I'm happy and okay, it's a lie. Maybe if I said it enough, I I would become it. I am traumatized. Think it till you make it? I'm not happy. I can't sleep. I'm so angry. I'm depressed. I cry every day. I mean, everything was taken from her. And she's been under the court approved Conservative ship for 13 years for She has unsuccessfully tried to have her father removed as a conservative River state, with her attorney, arguing that the singer is afraid of her father doesn't want him to have control over finances in career. Right. So there's breaking news just coming from this, So we're just going to keep reporting as we hear new things. Um, uh, she she wants out now and she and she doesn't remember She's Pain, the most side of the attorneys and she is also working for the people she pays, she says. Even if she's sick, she needs to go to at least three meetings a week. He wants to just do therapy once a week. And she said, Um She I should be able to sue, the conservative said If she doesn't do what they say in terms of therapy, they would withhold your money and deny her vacation in Maui. Yes, and she said the conservatorship from the beginning it makes no sense. I pay people money and they control me. I've worked since I was 17. And this is abuse of this conservative ship. I don't feel I can live a full life. Don't even believe in therapy. I always said I could take it to God, and she just kept saying she wants it to and the conservative ship. She's being hounded by paparazzi and the conservative ship is not protecting her. And they make me feel like I'm living in a rehab program and not my own home. And I will continue to do therapy once week because they do need needed. I want to get married and have a baby. I want to take the I u d out. But the conservative won't let me because they don't want me to have a baby health. How would She's 38 you know, or whatever he is. It took a year during Covid to get self pyramids. The conservative lied and said I could get nothing done. I couldn't get my nails done anything. The conservators now like my dad, was they work for me? She says. She's scared of people doesn't trust people and she's second West Lakers. She has no privacy. And the paparazzi serious are crying as she left therapy. Those were photos we saw of her. Yeah, and she can't She do sessions at home, right? Um, And she's upset with Jodi Montgomery, the personal conservator who says she's become heavy handed the judge think Britney and thanked her and said it took a lot of courage to speak out, and Britain's lawyer was asked if he wanted to file petition to end it. Lawyers said they were confidential reality issues. But he said if Britney once heard file petition, he would do that. But she she hasn't asked of Avia, but Holy hell. Wow. You guys I feel it makes me just so sad. It makes you realize like everything we sound that framing Britney Spears that we were all feeling so bad about has been like true. Wow. Alright, So this is will just keep as we hear more wants to get married to Sam. She wants to have a baby. I mean, Oh, alright, but it's also It's also, you.

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"once week" Discussed on Rocketship.fm

Rocketship.fm

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"once week" Discussed on Rocketship.fm

"Get away for just to me. This is very similar to confession. We recently had talking about needing a work vacation. It's a little different. But i it's it's along the same lines. Yeah and again. I can relate to this one a little bit. But what lloyd has to say. I think this getaway. Think israel so what happened was my wife. Wanted to take the kids skiing and like she's vaccinated. Kids are fine. I got kovin. I really didn't want to go. And i hate skiing inter spots. But i'll do it for the kids but also you know. I'm not up for after kobe right like so. She's a come around you. Can you can be out Just hang out. I'm like you know what. I need. The time i wanted to chill bilbao without anyone around and you probably leave the time to so. Why don't you just go. And she went for a week. She went skiing and took the kids and she had a good time and she came back. So i think it's important for couples to take time away from each other but what's most important is for couples to have a conversation honest open conversation right like what's your feeling. You can't just be bottled up. Because what happens when you bottled up. One day you blow when you can't hold those emotions right. What i'm seeing this person is. There's all this stress. They're living in an apartment And i have relatives and really good friends that are going through this. I think if you need a personal vacation the way i would do. This is a conversation with your spouse and be like. I need the time off. I'm going through this dress. Go somewhere and then say you don't want this because there's all this concept of reciprocity always works about this honey. Why don't you take the next four days off five days off and go somewhere with your friends or do something. And i'll take care of the kids and then you've given and then the opportunity to get. Yeah no i. I love the idea i i can. So i relate to what the person making the confessions as an what you said because when covid started march through may that this confession was my house right like my wife was working remote. She never like. I've i've worked remote the last few years but my way of working remote was being in a calm environment. There is quiet the whole time. You know that were fully remote company. So like i had my space. I knew how to work then. I go from that to my wife. Being around and doing conference calls all day and not using airpods. I'm hearing it. You know we're basically. I was doing this. Exact thing and our kids were home And it was hard but in the summertime is when we started To basically have some help. We hired basically a nanny to come over a few few days. A week in the whale looked at it was like all right look. Let's do this for a year and let's just pretend are radiator. Went out like if a radiator went out. We'd have to pay for the expense. There'd be no avoiding it. So this i think is a radiator situation. Let's let's like yes. It's a lot of money but let's figure out a way to do it and not everybody has that chance So i'm grateful that we did but you know whether the getaway is four days or whether it's one day last week i just locally got an airbnb that was right on lake erie just for myself my wife. Tomorrow's doing a spa day just for herself so like you could do it even in just one day or find find those things that are you know an hour or two to yourself like i like scary movies so once week. I watch a scary movie by myself. My wife does not like them or you know we just going out to the front porch like for for an hour like reading a book. My wife will do that often. Like find those ways to sort of. Have your your alone time. Even if it's not being able to get away. Like i think we all can try to find that one hour to ourselves at least a couple times. That's kind of those kind of what was going through my mind to. There is some truth to that. Rachel sometimes what you don't do is more important than what you do. And and prioritization is very important and most families and friends that i talked. Including the is there in these situations because of covid couples in technology working remote from home kids It's tough if you and your spouse or each other's hair is all the time you guys are gonna get divorced. And there's no way around it like i mean there's a leading indicator and lagging indicator. I said like you know the lagging indicator is okay. We got separated but the leading indicators of fighting everyday but what happens before you fight everyday you're working at home at each other's crossers compounds right like a little worse every day could blow up at the end like a little bit better everyday but also blow up so i would prioritize your expenses and figure out. What is the one thing that you could invest in and i say invest. It's not an expense. What is the one thing. You could invest in for the piece of your marriage. I think you did the right thing. And that is something everyone needs to hear. I would never understand it like a for for years. Why are we paying for expensive. And my wife's like you realize nobody bothers you. You work crazy hours as a founder. You do all sorts of things with trump. you realize how is happening while keeping her marriage alive because we have health. We'll be right back quick break. This episode is brought to you by indeed indeed. Is the job site that makes hiring as easy as one two three post screen and interview all on indeed your quality shortlists candidates whose resumes on indeed match. Your job description faster. Only pay for the candidates that meet the must have qualifications occasions and scheduled complete video interviews in. You're indeed dashboard. 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"once week" Discussed on The Most Hated F-Word

The Most Hated F-Word

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"once week" Discussed on The Most Hated F-Word

"That may feel kind of out of control or feels emotionally driven. We are putting a frame con. Ed or a boundary. We are finding different ways to self regulate emotionally like. They're all these things that we can practice along with the the very concrete task of just setting up a casual management practice or similarly like there may be new there may be a career change and disruption in income and sort of like looking at like will. Are there like new. Client phone calls that you need to make where you are incorporating like tell the story of this career transition and like breaking that down into leads it's different components pudding like using what i do. I kind of i call it. The what in the how so like with the short term solution focused like we. Are we identify a problem or goal and then we practice on the house side. What's the healthy way to build good behavioral and emotional self-rule practices as. We're working on that. What piece of it. And i actually like the so so short term work could be like you know three sessions we're done or it can be like we work on this for a little while and then you live your life and then something else happens down the road and you kind of wanted us that same sort of framework to just re engage on another sort of project goal and we can work with people really flexibly. This is not like once a week on the couch for the rest of your life. Like i want my clients to learn and to own their learning as opposed to just rent it from me once week. Oh that is a really good thing not just rented from you. Those short winds correct so much momentum in again build that agency yourselves to be like i could do this. Yeah okay so let's imagine that you are in l. a. or new. I know you have both lived in both cities or it could be anywhere. You're.

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"once week" Discussed on Work In Progress

Work In Progress

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"once week" Discussed on Work In Progress

"Woman who graduated from turing school about how the program helped launch her career sagely as twenty six she already had a degree in environmental policy management but wanted to learn something that would give her some flexibility. I knew that eventually down the line. I wanted to have the option to maybe work for a company that was more environmentally minded. Because i still have sustainability as a passion of mine and so. I was trying to think of skills that i could gain. That would allow me flexibility to move amongst many different companies. I found that. If i learned to code almost every company has a website and almost every company needs some sort of engineer. Sagely is a black woman and she's very aware that there aren't many women or people of color in tech. When she was looking at the training she needed to switch careers. It was important that the program be inclusive and lead to a job at an inclusive company. I've been in that place. Where i'm the only black person in the room and so that definitely was intimidating and i wanted to make sure that whichever route a took to get into coating a really supportive community somewhere where i would have felt that i could build up that self esteem built up that confidence and make sure that i was going into the field. Feeling really confident about myself and my abilities. Something that i'm really grateful about turing is that they're really open about their diversity inclusion initiatives and i believe that they had a lot of resources for me as a black woman going into school. I was assigned a mentor. And the option to request a woman of color is my mentor at that. I could look to relate to and i worked with her throughout my time at turing. She wasn't black that she's latina and she was great with me so right from the bat. Even before i started classes i was assigned a mentor. League degree in back end engineering and seven months helped her land a job. As a software engineer apprentice at a company called handshake she found that job through a turing network event. Once you graduate the programming and support that you have from touring isn't finished. They have a whole finding your career path and schedule and continued events so luckily you don't lose that support right after graduation. They really make you feel that like you know we've taught you up until this point you have the skills you can do the job now. You really just need to meet the people that are going to get you that job. Most of my focus was on networking in meeting as many people as i possibly could. I had a career coach that i met with once week. I was meeting with my mentor once a week even though i've only been there a little over a month now because of the support that have from the team. I'm working on the code base. I'm doing the actual work and the skills that i learned at turing are being put in place every day. I always had this idea in my head growing up that maybe i wasn't smart enough to go into computer science to be quite real. Usually i just see like white men. When i when i think of tech jobs i think of silicon valley i think of like facebook of mark zuckerberg i think of the kind of people i think of intact are white men. And that's how. I've always thought about it growing up in..

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"once week" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"once week" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"It's hard with kids as we all know, but we're really, really working with kids out them understand that the mask Is not there to support the bottom of your chin nor that there to support your nose. And these go over everything. And this stay spread apart when we can. There is a lot, but I tell you, our parents are knocking out the park in terms of doing everything they can and homos. Well, which is so so important for is your kids Because they're they're more than their school, and we've always had this mentality and our families here boys have this mentality that we're gonna partner with each other. And sometimes it's hard because as a parent, you instill also some of that toughness and your kid, you know, I know you may have a little runny nose. Come on, go to school. You can do this, but this is not the time. This is not the year. There's not the time in our history to be doing that. So parents are not throwing the Tylenol and I've been saying go to school. Your fever will go down. We'll be fine. They are helping us in their parting with us in a huge way to make sure their kids are staying home just to make sure and it's a huge, huge benefit to our whole community. Well, and I've heard so much about your extracurriculars that you have your students. Are you doing that right now During the pandemic, it's been very difficult to do them all. But we are still doing them. We still have Students voice being heard through and adjusted Student council. We are still enabling our kids to be involved with different things with athletics in terms of being very active and their PE classes and making sure that we're doing some four idea things but not contact with other schools, and that's that's been. The hardest part is that we are able to get out and have the same kind of interaction with other schools that we've had in the past, not just for competition. Just to get to know other people and have that sense of community outside of our own walls. But one of the things that we just started recently to get back going. It was school choir and we are very big and the whole Lutheran traditions with music. And right now, our music classes had to shift from coral based And coral emphasis to a lot of rhythm into different instrumentation that the kids can do with percussion. But our music instructor, Mrs Slicker just started to inquire again started after school We took a long time to get to this point is, we want to make sure that we were doing it as safely as possible, and she is an expert and knowing what's going to be the safest It's been a great ability. It's been a great change to have that ability back where we can have choir in our kids singing praises again, You know I so love as a lover of music, and I appreciate the arts. School. I think it's so important that I love that when you couldn't do that. The choir because of the CDC rules that you didn't throw your hands up. You figured out another way. How to improv, so the kids could still do some of the music and still safe. Stay safe. That's a testament to your staff. Definitely. Exactly. I goes right back to these people like it's worked with on a daily basis. They're phenomenal, and I will tell you that when we were looking for New staff members Whenever that happens, and just in general, sometimes my job is to release the brakes and get out of their way to the staff is phenomenal. They say, actually sound like it. So can you tell us about your curriculum that you have going on over there? Our curriculum is very closely aligned with what you're in seeing a lot of other schools, meaning we We don't make it specific to the Christian faith. We will incorporate those elements of Christian faith into our curriculum. Obviously, our Bible curriculum as well, but we're using a lot of the same books that they're using in the public schools for history. Social studies rather and then also for reading, But in terms of mathematics, we are using a quick some that allows us to level it up. So we have kindergartners working out of the first grade textbook. First grades were going to sing great textbook, etcetera to the point Where Before I go on, I will say that a lot of parents are a lot of people would say. Are you sure they can handle that? It's amazing what kids can do when you get out of their way. Almost like with staff. You know, you give them some encouragement. You let them make those mistakes. You learn from him, and they do some amazing things. And for those that need the extra time we do it. We give them the extra time We work with them one on one. We have a speaking of math. We have kids going on to middle school, and when they're testing on into middle school, they are testing in either advanced math for that age level, or some of them. I teach a class where they actually contestant to pre algebra, sixth grade and That's amazing. Just amazing to me what these kids can do, Chris. I've never had the desire to be a teacher. But I seriously I'm like, Can I go apply? Come on, lad. Sounds like such a great place to work. Now. You said that you do incorporate some of the Lutheran or Christian elements into the curriculum. What does that look like? Where's that line? Well, I like to say that we do have a Bible class and that's time when we were specifically the voting in the day towards that instruction. We also have chapel and that's once week and it's great this year. One of the changes we've made it. That we have begun to stream those online so that everybody in our school community can be involved in that in the church community, And because of that, we've had some friends of.

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"once week" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"once week" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Now, though, we are joined by the former White House director of strategic communications and a good friend, Mercedes Schlapp, who are a Mercedes. I'm guessing that you're ramping up and getting ready because you and I, we will be meeting down in Orlando. In about 10 days now for the annual CPAC conference. That's right, Larry. And since you have decided to start personal here, which I appreciate, we have some unfinished business because the last time I saw you, it was right before the Super Bowl. That's right. And we put it. We had a little wager you and I I believe you. Even though you're from Florida, For God's sake, you you bowed to the pressure of your husband from Kansas, and you took the Chiefs. You know how it is with much love right? Like he tries to be so in charge, and he tried to make sure that all the slaps were aligned with him. I'm supporting this chief. But it was a It was a debacle for the cheese. I mean, they could not get their offense came in order. I felt so bad for the quarterback and you know, just hey, just kept getting sacked. One. You know, one play after the other and want to be like God in his eyes, every play Mercedes you owe me And I only wish that I had, you know, flexed the mitt Romney. You know, I'll bet you $10,000 thing on. Yeah, I should have done, But I don't play in those circles. Well, you know, we have a favorite place that will take you a merited two. And we'll just, you know Well, that will be the truth so that they would take the only appropriate wager on a sporting event is a A beautiful dinner for four so that Everybody benefits from it. Although Mary, Come on, we had the virtual wine and cheese on Saturday. That was pretty nice with the neighborhood here. It was very, very D. C thing or everyone, everyone on their zoom call. Although, you know, In retrospect, we should have used the cat filter on it so we could drink like a little class like a lawyer. All right, But we Teicher as Mercedes. I've been thinking about you and your impression of what we're seeing here in the United States Senate because you know you like I We both have been quite out. Spoke Cannon the condemnation of those people who broke the law and wreak havoc and e. I mean there's no equivocating, and there's no excuse for them on do horrific events of January 6. The problem here is, though they seem to have created this boundary that Democrats have that it's not enough to just condemn the violence unless you were willing to say that Donald Trump is guilty of incitement to insurrection. You're now complicity with those who you might as well have broken into the capital yourself. How divisive is this process? Well, I gotta tell you, you gotta hand it to the Democrats who have been able to, uh Revisit and, uh, bring up the emotional part of what happened on January 6. I mean, they've been playing video after video after video about you know the officers coming in pulling that Romney pulling Mike Pence and recreating the panic that you know these congressional members felt and of course. You know, Look, it was a horrific day here in our nation. The last thing we ever expected was for there to be Thies. Individuals to, uh, broke into the capital broke the law and really should be prosecuted for their actions. But at the same time what they're trying to do, it's pin this on the president and pin this quite frankly on the 7/70 million Voters who supported President Trump and what we do know. And what we have seen is that you know that Not only has the house failed, but you know, these senators are failing as well in the sense That there is a rush to judgment in the house. It was all about emotion and not about due process. It was not about the following the Constitution. It was about the fact that their goal is to target President Trump and to make sure that that man could never run for public office again. And so, But, Look, they're doing it in a way that they're pulling the emotional strings. Bye bye bye. Showing these videos, and so that's where I think for Republicans. It's challenging right because we're all coming across being like Yes, this was terrific. And at the same time we agree that the president shouldn't be convicted of this When you don't even have the chief justice. You know, she's Justice John Roberts presiding. We know that it is a partisan Sham and any and I think we just have to look, we have to unravel it. We have to get through this week. It's gonna be painful, but the American people what they're thinking about. You're thinking about how we're going to reopen their schools, reopen the businesses and really ensure that we get the vaccine needed for the vulnerable populations and war and that's where I think The mindset of the American people are we're not stuck with this whole, like impeachment process of the Democrats are pushing. That's right. In fact, the mercy. I remember Chuck Schumer, making the case for the Senate races in Georgia going his way you you give me two more senators out of Georgia and you'll get your $2000 checks in relief, you know? Kind of blackmail there, by the way or bribery. But where's our $2000 checks? Now? He seems to have you back, Bernard, that on the agenda for this impeachment trial that you know, you also have seen the fact that you know we can. Are we going to spend our way out of probe it? This is kind of a bigger question that we had, you know, for example. Yeah. For example, In many of these schools, they're not even spending the money fast enough. Even with the last code relief bill that was passed you're talking about? Maybe 30% of that money has been spent. In the schools. That's very problematic. Why, Because the Democrats are willing to throw everything into these big code relief packages instead of really being targeted and helping the small businesses that need to be held. Helping those Americans who are really in need and ensuring again that the focus becomes re opening up our school when the White House is saying But they're on Lee going to push their goal. Look at this goal. 50. What is it? That makes sure that 50% of the schools that these kids go in person once Week. Are you kidding me? Like you are talking about the fact that there is no routine..

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"once week" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"once week" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"What's next? Yeah. morning news, and here we are, nearly a year into the pandemic. We're still trying to figure out how normal should feel. Can there be such a thing as a socially distanced Valentine's Day? Here's Rachel Bell writer Nicole Hardy has been extremely careful during the pandemic, mostly only spending time with a pod of two friends. I just cried the other day because I wanted someone else to bring me a cup of coffee. The absence of small gestures of care has been maybe the hardest and most unexpected part. So Nicole started exploring dating APS. Every time you go on a date with someone, there's this really hilarious conversation that you have to have. You know, When is the last time you saw someone without a mask on how many people come into your house? If you share kids, how many people do those kids he and you're constantly doing this math about risk of exposure, And if it's worth it, there's all this strange negotiation that takes all the romance out of things. Nicole gets her friendship needs met from her pod. But that doesn't quench what she calls skin thirst. She desperately craves human touch. So there was this guy who was in kind of the same boat as me. And I was like, I feel like I'm literally going to break if I don't touch someone, and he was like, Are you free and eight o'clock, which is not my normal M o. The sun was setting bright orange ball over the sound. And he was sort of like a backlit walking up the driveway and I was walking down and we just like fell into each other's arms. Like in one of those movies where someone had come home from war and we had never met, we clung to each other was so weird. I invited him up and never saw him again and feel like it was one of the most important. Experiment says of my pandemic mental health, Nicole says it's been hard to meet interesting, charming, attractive people on the apse. She's pretty sure they all got snapped up early on in the pandemic couldn't get anything going with anyone online for weeks and weeks, and I just was really withering from the skin, hunger and isolation. It was one morning I called Alaska Airlines, and I was like, Do you have a flight from Seattle to New York City with Virtually no one on it, And they said yes, it leaves him for hours and I said here, all of my frequent flyer miles. There's a person there who likes to touch me. But I didn't tell him I was coming because I was worried he would tell me to stay home. I needed human contact so bad. I could not be talked out of it. Even though I knew I was risking illness and death and I shouldn't be traveling. But there was like Nobody on the plane. Nobody in the airport. Nobody in the hotel. Nobody. Anyway. It was really a ghost town, but I texted him from my hotel room. And it took him like six minutes to respond, Which, like sex? Longest minutes of my life. And so what happened? What did he say? It was magical. It was like around a honeymoon for three days. And both of us like you knew the deal. We're gonna pretend to be madly in love for three days. And then we're gonna go back to our lives. And that feud A fantasy is every bit of medicine that both of us needs to like. Just keep going for another six months. Fantasy has become a big part of Nicole's pandemic dating experience Guy. I was seeing kind of regularly for a couple of months. We dubbed our relationship the feel good zone. We're not allowed to talk about the pandemic. We're not allowed to talk about work or the last Of we're not allowed to talk about any of our fears for the future. We're only allowed to talk about things that feel good taste. Good look good smell good. Sound good on the feel Good zone is a really, really good place to live, even if it's for a few hours once week. Tell you about woman us. Nicole was afraid to tell the New York story. She's afraid of being judged, she says. People who aren't single and living.

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"once week" Discussed on Functional Medicine Research with Dr. Nikolas Hedberg

Functional Medicine Research with Dr. Nikolas Hedberg

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"once week" Discussed on Functional Medicine Research with Dr. Nikolas Hedberg

"A little bit about your favorite approaches. And what you're using your practice. Yeah i don't do a lot of topical. Some there are some practitioners who really loved. The topical is the best. That's what they do almost all the time in my experience though i. It's just more difficult for me to measure hormone levels in a saliva test it. It's more variable like matters like we said what time of day that the blood tests done we can do saliva testing to measure it. But i'm finding that that's not the most. I don't feel that it's the most accurate way to do it and what i really. The bottom line is my patients who we've put on topical creams or topical. Gels haven't really loved it. Haven't had great changes in how they feel and just not really finding the results that we had hoped for. So what we do. a lot. More of is either the injections or the pellets injections as they're done at home Typically they're done once a week sometimes. We make the dose smaller and do it a little bit more often. It depends on on the response if we do an injection once week. There's a boost and testosterone levels over a few days and then it starts to come down again and some men are more rapid metabolize irs. And they feel that more so they feel really good really fast and then goes downhill and they don't feel good the second half of the week so then we can split the dose in half and do a shot twice a week or you could do a seventh of the dose every day. But there's not very many people that sign up for that. So we really liked the testosterone injections because it's easier for us to measure the levels. Although i still have to say we need to be very consistent because the level will be a little different if you give yourself a shot on monday. If we do the blood test on tuesday or wednesday or thursday or friday the level is going to change so we consistently do it mid week all the time. And what we're looking for is we want the testosterone level to be in the upper half of the normal range mid week the other one that we do like though as pellets and the pellets. They look like little tic tacs and we just numb the skin On the back of the hip kind of like right above where your back pocket would be. We make a tiny incision. It's like a little paper cut. And then we just slide these little pellets in under the skin and put a little band aid over it and then they slowly dissolve over the next four five six months and get a really nice stable testosterone level. So the pellets are the one that gives the most stable testosterone. Release over time. It's nice 'cause you come in you. Get the little procedure done. It takes just a couple of minutes and then you can forget about it for a whole bunch of months and you just feel fine in the meantime the downside of the pellets. It's a procedure. So you gotta get a shot of numbing. light kane and there's a little incision site kind of you know it's it's not something were people need pain medicines or motrin or tylenol or anything after that but it but it can be uncomfortable and a lotta times. You'll get a bruise there and we ask you to not exercise for a couple of days and stay at a swimming pools and hot tubs for a couple of days. So you know it's a little bit of a thing..

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"once week" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

Mr Barton Maths Podcast

08:46 min | 1 year ago

"once week" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

"Give them to questions today. My time in the q. And i let me see. You're with me. Just just on joe you mentioned before the not using any of these online white bolts. You did a wonderful blog. Post sharing them oldie. Different resources people using. And it's like obviously what big twits uses. Is everybody's chatting about the the one particular online white. When people find that useful kit just so i can get. This is the reason that you'll not do not primarily. Because amb some students can be accessing. This lesson at mitra. Bother of the reasons i easy access reasons and stuff because it just screams to me like at this point of the lesson it'd be brittany right. You see all the answers of the kids to a particular question respond accordingly. So we'll handle. I think we have to be careful because there's not single saying i couldn't possibly teach veterans. Went out this and we've been around long enough to know about tech parts and how you very cautious of them and you have to be careful not to see someone say. You shouldn't be teaching live without this. Why boto people set will fill bands and combined with us now. I always find that trump last week when you asked me to come to poke cost. I bet krystof me about with obvious white. Bortles going to try on this week. So i i did. I decide once week. I'm going to have to do this. Because i should be able to talk about these cosmic some experiments. I'm the only one in my nessin. Getting sets up with that role. Actually that i realized that would be awful that anyone. Let's say the out of the cost of the sample twenty five students who gone but five of them access it a different time. What was their experience going to be when they took link and they're watching explain something and then may say everyone now. Let's called this. What oh and then there are no thank. I'm not there on that point. The what the livewire old tool so the student watching it later is that full. That how chunk of the nessin is kind of lost on them. And so that. I'm not gonna do that. My lessons should be accessible to all my students at any time. i don't want to be exclusive. I don't wanna say even live less than sorry but you can't do this. Let me just play. Devil's africa like i'm imagining. I'm one of the kids who who is joining it lights. What like shirley equally good experience if iraq. Okay we're doing on waibel tools now and you could say something like if you're watching this lesson light lights. I just do this on pen and paper and then to be able to still like this this massive benefit surely to be able to see all the kids who live at the moment that work in respond. Accordingly that japanese about said device issues. I mean. I saw tweeting about this suggesting that she into doing this on tablets. Now wait survey. Dow students and the majority of our students are using a laptop. Which means that it's rotten. What will do that with a mouse. I guess dwelled s.'s. Tablets and a very small minority are accessing them on fines for anyone. Some students get in a right module when they're in nitric lengthy it takes into a tablet sign it takes to browser and then I'm sorry i do think. I mean i could try this but i i kind of feel like i haven't got much time as is my own. I feel kind of students. Really well i know. I know that they're going to tell me. Stop because it. Missile in cuban. I that i do. I'm an yet by doing knowledge quiz at the end. Which tells give me this. Absolute like formation. What they've understood on. I it would make a huge difference if i could see them doing it live. I just i kind of feel experienced enough to know what their concerns are going to be. I've already addressed them your name. Yeah i mean what. World's religions teach total loss of teachers law In mobile classrooms and totally understand. Why people use them now. I m my main. My mom was thing. I'm doing with my my life essences. Keep it simple. And and i just feel like that absolutely finance. I don't need to guy exploring all this fancy tech actually fine with the keep. Its approach is interested in the i. Guess if you've if you've got a class that you don't know particularly while oh you've got lots of students who won't be it'll be maybe afraid to admit that astronaut mistakes whiteboards can really help him in that sense. But if you know your class and you know that they will let you know in the chats if they're struggling and so on and so forth. I guess you're okay right without without be the rationale of some tummy that struggling but then i thought brady bobby on the quiz at the end if they i suppose what happens is i aspire set invited as many whiteboards when using these online many bible tools. They might be watching happen. Live and they might say like correct students. And i might say all. I'm jamie just just just having you just made any missile that says given that feedback live. Well they might say uh thing is you can't hold up. What boris by other. Maybe you can. You can choose. What will to one with nobis as many students and cow. This work in style. This misconception. So i can see the benefits of that i just like i said i'm just not convinced. The convinces enough. It's worth it for me. But then i would Different styles of teaching. And i'm not normally massive many would use anyway. It's interesting as you said. Let the key issues. There is if it's working and it's working for your students and you keeping it simple and your happy that you get in response you need the a real argument against overcomplicating things and i also a big walnut like just practicalities of clicking on a link that takes you out of teams or whatever having to navigate back there. It's all extra stuff that can really derail lessons right and people using these tools. They all sign as shootings loving them on be reading to tonight. They serve aid kind of they done a. Did i actually know that was it. Just the sign in child greatness. Because you've got to be very careful about things when you get good feedback on some things. Actually you disengaging a law. Students who are struggling with the tackle who trying to start using a mouse. Just finding it ridiculous. All all these things. I it might be the teachers you are using this have golfing back from own students in their cost this in eleven and any which case not good for them. But i'm just helping coaches texans. Just because i'm out i just is. I'm online my main concern. Was i didn't want experience to be different for students. Who on joining live. I know that some of my students the ones that were card ready to say on in a bloodless in any way you know basically. I know that sons Some schools imagining to get like really really high attendance and it. Josh differs by scores of my friend. Who writes in the grammar school and she's got pretty much full attendance in her life lessons. She's got out because is grab at school so the students have natural affluent. The chooses than to get into school. They've all got devices. I am not getting hundreds and a tennis lessons might tendencies very good. There's always a few new students. I two or three students who are absent then. Who stakes misconceptions and struggling because flattening. Yeah i i feel like i'm just reading i'm reading. I'm reading conscious of being inclusive of everyone. And i it's difficult but yeah i do think It's quite possible i can. I can totally agree. The the apple tourist probably amazing. I can't say that for my inexperience on his his porath trying out in fewer doing inting style lessons member mind essence events that no there are no in meeting so it's a bit different even just sharing a link in the meeting is a bit different from me but yeah i can i can. I can imagine that nobody trying but are not only a big me. What would you anyway on that story bad because it's really good to us really rivals. No manipulative show. I'll tell you all mish time with my children row. Okay so parts the lesson. So am i right. Insane cycle between exempt short example initial practices comes not doing deface. O'clock brought down to go genius. Then do some practice tumulus then. Let's s italy's it will things and then at the on sangatte isn't a word problem. So i'm giving an example with a passenger sodomy again..

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"once week" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:19 min | 2 years ago

"once week" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Work. Let's go to Kathy and San Francisco. Hi there, Cathy. Good morning, but I had a question about my Japanese maple. Is this a good time to turn it back? Little or Yeah, now is the time and and and one of the sanction. I learned this from Japanese X people in a lot of other various, uh I don't know what kind it is. But if it's a weeping kind You prune the top of the leaves limbs off to make it more of weepy if it's Ah, not a weepy thing. You want to prove this. So the like, like a hand is going to heaven. And that's really the best of why you're new. But now is the time to do it, okay? Okay. And And do you fertilize it now, too, Or, uh, I always alone. This stuff around. I like to use alfalfa pellets is also chicken manure. Those of the best Sources of nitrogen for all plants, and it's slowly feeds the plant mint that never pushed him to the point that they want to be force of use chemicals. The plant, maybe doing something it doesn't really want to do. It's sort of like putting a stuff in the bottle and feeding it to the kid and keeps him going anyway. But in organic kind of material is best for that, like Esso cavities that then That'll do it. Okay, Thanks. Right. Okay. Thank you. Let's go to bed. He and Bennett Valley. Hi there, Betty. Good morning. I have a between our house and our patio. I have we have a planner Strip that we're plant chameleons and azaleas. And next to one of the chameleon is a woman tree has grown. It's about For Feet to 5 FT. Tall and I want to transplant It is now a good time. And yes, OK, And how deep do I have to dig? Ah, I would really saturate the soil and everything else and loosen it up. Maybe you can actually just pull it out of the ground. Oh, try pulling it first after I water. Yeah. Oh, thank you. Try that. And, uh, how tall is it? Oh, it Z between four and 5 ft. It's a whip. You know, it's no between well, you really don't have to say that much fruit as long as you've probably have about A foot in a half circle around the plant. I think I would be sufficient. Okay. Okay. Thank you. And and one other questions real quick. I used to enjoy your newsletter. Do you still Mm. Do you still put out the newsletter? No. Unfortunately, I don't. I do have AH, website Bob tandem at a o l dot com and I also have email Bob Tandem atten. Uh, yeah. Bob can, um no. Just bob tandem dot com For the information, my Web and then email is Bob Tandem at a oh, well dot com Okay? Thank you so much. Thank you. Let's go to Ralph in San Jose. Hi there, Ralph. Morning, Bob. Thanks for taking my call. Sure, it's just there's something I could do like spray. On my yard to keep the skunks out of my art, so I don't step on him. I leave for work early in the morning because this morning I had a pretty close call, and I see him at least once. Week in my neighborhood. They're everywhere down here. And son of that. Yeah. Skunks R problem. You know, I had I found out that if you put coffee grounds around areas that you don't want raccoons that works very well. And but I've never tried. It was skunks. Uh, I had a problem with skunks around my house. When I had the nursery and I one day I just had I have a By the water pressure, and my thing was really high, and I saw these. This mother and five little baby's coming in wanting to go into my house, and I said, I don't want that. And I just turned on the fire hose and wash them away and they never came back. I don't know if that works. It does work with squirrels, so I'm not sure how you could spray the They? You know, you can do that with the skunks, and it works. So that's all I know. And they don't They don't get a chance to spray you with anything, but they are a problem and I can really attest to that. Try the coffee grounds. Maybe that will repel them, Uh on and she's to repel them. I don't know what else you can do. There is a good Yeah, Yeah. Try the garden hose that that really worked for me. So, oh, and bond. I puts out a repels all material. You might find that in a nursery and try that as well. Okay. OK, Thanks, Bob. We try. Okay. Let's go to John and Palo while toe. Hi there. John. Hi, Bob. I have a quick question. I'm looking for a good ground cover for the side of that house that we never use. It's just dirt and it's ugly. And I'd like something. I don't want pea, gravel or stones. They're hard to get rid of. But something like redwood chips that would keep the weeds down and look a lot better than the dirt. Yeah. Shredded redwood bark would be my druthers. It's ah, pretty much doesn't float around the pebble bark is a real problem, I think and I don't really like it. But I do. I do a lot of stuff with you and I have done in the past with shredded bark. It comes us red and cedar bark. And there's a shredded redwood bark either one is pretty well. Good. You could also plant for, you know, prostrate piratey. No cottony Astor. There just is. The ground covers a variety that just covers the ground. Okay, That's a thought it does that. Take a lot of watering and and mowing or care..

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"once week" Discussed on Getting Shiggi with...

Getting Shiggi with...

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"once week" Discussed on Getting Shiggi with...

"Dad's in the full throw or something. And he's got the longest legs in the world so as he was in the aisle middle middle middle section on. I couldn't see my mom. And someone else connects to him and eventually tromsoe mom right at back filming. Will the other late parents who come in and they don't just like you know kind of rammed into the bat space and that was funny Fayette foot foot for the most part. You know The parent that the father daughter relationship wasn't as healthy as one could expect it to be. I don't even know what that what that means. What that potentially looks like when your child and your father is over fifty years old with the new and you know the idea of taking her out to play tennis or you know helping her refine her hockey skills. All getting hurts a ride a bike. My mom got me. Ride my bike With her busted asked me rolling around the tennis court with me trying not to completely kiss the very rough asphalt that we had on montana's corp Yeah you know. Just just trying to create a shape a landscape view I'm not trying to paint him as a bad person. But you know humans do human things very and my dad has obviously been through a law. wanted to is calm. Life would nice calm wife but chose a fire breathing dragon and did his time he. He tried thirteen years. They caught married as well Off murderers born and they tried no good good good for them and then it will want to. 'cause he decided to go and have another lady who was seem comma but it turns out she wasn't she was just as bad but i can't go into that because it's not my place and i still understand what happened but It was it was not pretty apparently. And yes i you know false voting through university. I did my thing i didn't. I didn't finish university Those few wit occasions where he popped into my life again. Those was one time. When i was doing my usual once week. Skype cool with my mom and she surprises me with my dad being in her apartment. And i'm just slight Haida what's gone on.

thirteen years once week over fifty years old one time Skype Fayette montana