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Trump's firing of State Department watchdog may be 'unlawful,' Pelosi says

America's Morning News

02:18 min | 1 year ago

Trump's firing of State Department watchdog may be 'unlawful,' Pelosi says

"Threat Democrats also demanding that the White House hand over all records related to president trump's latest firing of a federal watchdog this time at the state department they suggest secretary of state Mike Pompeii was responsible for the firing in what they say maybe an illegal act of retaliation the chair of the house foreign affairs committee the top Democrat on the Senate foreign relations committee announced the investigation Saturday in a letter to the trump administration on face the nation Sunday morning CBS's Margaret Brennan brought up the firing of the Steve letter to house speaker Nancy Pelosi noting that he's the fourth I. G. to be removed in just the past few weeks well this is new to us and typical of the White House announcing something that is very unsavory they would do it on late on a Friday night the fact is as you indicated support inspector general inspectors general of that office was created after Watergate to make sure that there was integrity in the departments agencies of government of the supposed to show because even Republicans in Congress are concerned with getting state when you say unsavory is that what you mean one min unsavory when you take out someone who is there to enforce the to stop waste fraud abuse or other violations of the law that they believed to be happening so again let's take a look and see the president has the right to fire any federal employee but the fact is if it looks like it's in retaliation for something that the attorney D. I. G. the inspector general is doing that could be unlawful was he investigating the secretary of state as Eliot Engel has said I trust that the word of my chairman of the skin on just past a big fail and I I I I only got this letter from the president that night but he didn't say in his letter any reason except that he lost confidence but he's lost confidence in other ideas because they had been investigating or looking have reason to believe that something should be investigated that he is doing I really don't think the president should not have the ability to do investigations into their own

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MyTalk 107.1

09:32 min | 2 years ago

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"Bag today is this dumb Daily Mail story I don't know where the D. bag lies but it lays lies somewhere in this story and maybe you can just tell me what you think but okay is the headline and I was like for the love of Pete revealed one min role wore no panties under a gown as she sang Happy Birthday Mr president to John F. Kennedy okay why do I care about whether or not Marilyn Monroe was wearing under something really quick in a new book there is a claim that Marilyn Monroe was not wearing under pants her when she sang Happy Birthday Missouri is that it okay well I'm just I'm gonna say it because I didn't even need to look to know but I did verify that this is a book that is written by a man who wants to believe that the fact that a woman was not wearing panties indicates that she was like doing something overtly sexual well yes to your point in a new book where in friends recounted stories told by the late director Mike Nichols it was claimed that Marilyn Monroe wore no undies underneath her now iconic down so the author is simply takes people's stories which give a portrait of Mike Nichols the legendary filmmaker one of these stories is about her not wearing panties and I'm thinking to myself why would anybody care I mean this is why I just I feel like I just I just feel like I'd just addressed I just I don't like there is so many things I want to know about Maryland row whether she was wearing panties on a particular day means like what does that mean well I don't think it I mean I I don't think it means anything I think it means she probably didn't want visible panty lines yeah I don't think that that she had to be sewn in her dress she wasn't even wearing okay so but this is what I think the I don't wanna say male mind that's not fair somebody who who wants to over sexualized Marilyn Monroe would believe that that meant that like there's some sort of like sexual meaning to that and I guarantee you I guarantee you she wasn't wearing panties because that dresses painted on her well in actually part of the story you want to hear a little bit I'd love to hear a little bit he told me I was standing right behind Maryland completely invisible when she sang Happy Birthday Mr president and indeed the core anything happened her dress split for my benefit and there was Maryland and yes indeed she wasn't wearing any underwear so basically he's saying the universe and gifted me a whiff of her who she coach a visual I meant do you don't I mean like you know I knew you meant I do this sometimes what you said exactly I'm just like wow how pathetic that in no it is pathetic and you wonder why this woman had a like troublesome life well and this is so funny we literally just talked about this at lunch Holly and I did about like the female body and what it can do is capable of doing to certain people who find it attractive and you know it is not always welcome in the sense that you know I Marilyn Monroe was more than a sex symbol yes she was a human being with a brain with talent with a business mind you know she she was not just a body being served up for the male gaze and what is bothersome about this is that it is written in her dislike posted death about her as a sexual being not that women aren't sexual beings I don't want that to be misinterpreted but you know this in a way that makes it sound like that is all she gave the world well I think that it that people thought that was the only thing she gave is the thing that I mean I'm going this is whatever I'm over the top but that's what killed her yeah fact that that absolutely and night I know that that is ridiculous but the point is you wonder why people had issues in their lives when that's all many people thought like that is what people thought of her so that was as if her only value was in her sexuality or perceived sexuality and also what is the other thing that we only remember Marilyn Monroe for the man she slapped with yeah yeah like the thing about Marilyn Monroe is she was with this person she was potentially with the present United States she was with all these powerful man that we know her by so you know having a sexual relationship with those men is just bizarre well and adds to the like then tragedy of her life which is that that even when she was alive that was what but by all means tell me more about house you know make money off the fact that she was wearing panties yeah are you kidding me yeah that is kind of gross you're right I mean the stories grow yeah not I mean I don't care again like yeah I have so many things saying yet I can't make words with them so I'll move on because I'd like to give you an update on my D. bag from yesterday yesterday I talked about that is she survivor contestant this guy by the name of dance below or spy low speed whatever who it is a Hollywood and entertainment manager who's on this season of survivor yeah who was accused of inappropriately touching more than four women on the set of survivor turned out that story was mostly fabricated and for really nefarious purposes right in in an effort to get him kicked off the island it was part of their gameplay strategy and this light makes it even worse right yeah because apparently there was a story of one person who felt uncomfortable with him and then the other women good another group of women the blonde on to that and decided to spin that into our greater story about his being appropriate inappropriate and that they felt victimized and that was all part of their game play and I cannot even like begin to scratch the surface of all the things that are wrong with fans need eighty eight including but not limited to the fact that like that delegitimize is the voices of many victims of actual sexual impropriety who have helped told their stories and had people not believe them or say they must be making it up now we actually do have women making it up but also this guy Mike had this big long story made up about him and told us that was real so this is all been revealed and hammered it just affirms for people who are already predisposed to believe that you know the need to mod movement in general is just a load of who we and tool used by people to take power away from other people this just confirms their bias exactly so you know in addition to just being harmful generally it's also Harper I should say harmful specifically to that one person it's also harmful generally to the way that these issues are perceived yeah it's absolutely it's it's horrible and disgusting and I just wanted to publicly shame them yeah Hey segment so we thought one person was even a guest street turns out a whole bunch of other people are the D. bags today and that is how that's going to go yeah Hey she wasn't wearing I can't even said that were too much like I do just want to say this I don't understand because it sounds infantile correct I would like to run away here under pants PMT is sounds like something you say to a child get your panties now what underwear undergarments that's no fun pennies is fun what I'm gonna put it pull off my paintings okay that's all thank you okay I would oppose in my case in any case I just also I got I know I get a move on for that certainly come back on the call the number on the show we've got a little debate double down I have to tell you about this story I got sucked into today on Yahoo dot com it was a very long story with absolutely no pay off but I want to take you down the hole the rabbit hole with me when we come back on the calling to Bradley Sean my talk on a seven one my top one of seven one everything was really like love is you do not talk about like.

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News Radio WGOW

05:26 min | 2 years ago

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"And Twitter and I'm also going to include I mentioned this earlier we didn't have time to to go out out in left field with it but John Durham is the guy that people want to probe Mauler John Durham is the guy that they want to probe Mahler and his Democrat align prosecutors it cetera of and I'm gonna put an article on my Facebook page Mike I'm hearing a little I'm I'm hearing like audio coming is that is that in my Rumer I was hearing it coming from somewhere I just wanna make sure it's not me okay I don't know where I'm hearing that that's the craziest thing anyway the number is eight hundred two eight to twenty eight eighty two is the number I want to go to but J. sin in Alexandria Virginia chase how are you you're on the Rush Limbaugh network thanks for having me yeah I think the left is the is really being a P. C. identity card on back on here's what you're talking about earlier with transgendered running man running against girls in sports bodies the fibers fibers in the body the state different they will women will never ever when any other competition yeah he didn't spell out where women to live on it does it seems unfair to me in the sports arena it really seems unfair there I mean it's it did and and I think a lot of times people think and and that was it and thanks for calling Jay's and that was a legitimate question and we've been pushed back on so hard when I say we the majority of us when we look at these issues and we have questions we get pushed back on but that is a legitimate question let's go to of Molly in Houston Texas hi Molly you're on the Rush Limbaugh show did we lose Molly yeah I guess we did okay well what Jason was bringing up was a legitimate question and that question is how fair is it two women in any environment if a man comes into the environment masquerading as a woman now you could say identifying as a woman you could say believes he's a one min gender does for it but at the end of the day it's someone who was born biologically is a man and they now present themselves as a woman the dressing that way sometimes they do of surgery etcetera that's a legitimate question now instead of asking legitimate questions what have we done with this trans gender issue we've glamorized did we've glorified it we've elevated it to the point where how dare you even ask that I remember when it all started it was gay rights under the constitution understood lesbian rights of course by sexual rights your right and then all of a sudden it started to add letters to it right LGBT Q. element of P. Q. R. S. T. U. V. W. X. whatever seriously it started to add that's why Facebook I forget how many genders Facebook cats we don't just we don't discuss it rationally because you're not allowed to which you're it's politically incorrect so a small group of people in charge say it media of whatever they have basically shut down the majority of them most people are heterosexual statistically but if you're heterosexual your there's a whole bunch of stuff you're not a lot to talk about they did the same thing with the the sexuality issues when I say that I am talking about the progressive left what we'll do is we'll label this and that and then if anybody talks about it will label them so for you to say I don't think it's fair that a nine or that it a nineteen year old college man can Pete on the college girls track team now you are anti something instead of pro female athlete nobody talks about that I mean the question the real question is for Democrats if I may who's looking out for women in your party we know what's not Bill Clinton we know it's not Hillary but who's looking out for women why haven't the Democrats why haven't the lead feminist in the world come out against this transgenderism and said look with all due respect we love you we understand you're having a an issue.

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C-SPAN Radio

07:08 min | 2 years ago

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"And now we kick off the weekend with salon political writer Jared gates Sexton on his working class upbringing so Jay gates accent is a journalist and author originally from Linton Indiana is a contributing political writer at salon and the author of three fiction collections and a novel as well as the people are going to rise like waters upon your shore a book that retold the story of the twenty sixteen election with sections characteristic attention to detail and under lynching story telling I came in in the man they wanted me to be the book we're speaking about tonight section turns his critical and courageous depends on the subject of topped toxic masculinity examining its origins symptoms and consequences they're careful study as well as self examination Sexton challenges the heteronormative and racist patriarchal structure and re frames the narrative around what it means to be a man for his own sake and for the sake of our future join me in welcoming jacket section thank you so much for coming out it feels really weird to be out in public talking about this book I I you know got around the country talking about fiction I've got around the country talking about political reporting and it's really easy to hide behind all of that stuff you know you can tell a story and and pretend like it doesn't have much to do with you and politics you can always pretend like as an external thing this book is exceedingly personal for me I basically went through my entire childhood and upbringing and re examined my life and the the things I've gone through as as was mentioned I I come from a small little Indiana town called Lynton which is about three thousand people my family our factory workers their labors they're minors and to be Frank they are they have made up the base of Donald trump's elective base so examined a lot of that stuff and and I'm just a little background what made this project start in the first place goes back to October seventh of a two thousand sixteen which was my thirty fifth birthday and also the day you might remember that Donald trump's Hollywood access or yeah access Hollywood tape dropped in which he said some really terrible misogynistic things I live in Statesboro Georgia and on October seventh a hurricane was coming through and the access Hollywood tape dropped about an hour and a half before the hurricane hit and so I was celebrating my birthday and I was like well hill filled you know bow out of the race by morning and when my power comes back that will be done and it didn't happen and I sat without power for about seventy two hours trying to figure out exactly why it didn't happen and in the meantime the genesis of all this is that a tree fell in my yard I didn't have a chain saw like my neighbors and they all came around and judged me and basically you know accused me of not being a man because I do have a chain saw to take care of the street so I had to deal with the tree and Donald trump's continued presence in American politics and that's how we got to this book so a little section of it but before I do that's when I get a little bit of background I I was raised in a what you would call traditional patriarchal family the men all labored they went to work and when I came home the women would wait on them cook them dinner clean the dishes and take care of the children they did a lot of their their old traditional gender roles and I was constantly told that a a boy obviously wasn't supposed to cry I wasn't supposed to show emotions wasn't supposed to be creative wasn't supposed to enjoy art or education and I was I was felt very conflicted by that I felt like I'd failed in some way shape or form like there was something wrong with me and so a lot of this book is coming to terms with that stuff and realizing that the American idea of masculinity is quite frankly a fraud it's not real and the expectations that men have to live up to are are are not realistic expectations and may cause men to to harm themselves and the people around them and quite frankly it's it's bad for them and their families I'm just gonna go ahead and jump into the two thousand sixteen stuff I realized pretty quickly that what was happening with Donald Trump was a a racial and a societal phenomenon that had a lot of different aspects to it that led to him not just winning the election but basically being immune to the types of scandals and things that would normally bring down a politician so this is a little bit of a a look at that transfixed seated because he is the personification of white American masculinity his gruff demeanor constant threats boasting about is money and power his wanton promiscuity his propensity for blatant cruelty and his bowling of opponents which is like something out of a school yard socialization are all traits we have come to associate with men in this country for lack of a better term he is the ideal alpha male to anyone with a traditional world view he never apologizes he never miss weakness and he is always ready to fight it's telling though that anyone who doesn't buy into the act sees before them AT tragically in secure person who's bragging fails to hide his neuroses for those of us who have been surrounded by men whose arrogance is obviously over compensation to talk at length about their money power and prowess will exposing their insecurities for the world you cannot help but see the same and Donald Trump the problem is the trump is himself a reflection of traditional masculine culture one min steep in the patriarchy see him they see themselves if he is buffoonish and Donald Trump is most certainly buffoonish then that means that they must also be buffoons if Elvis swaggering egotism is ridiculous then they must also be ridiculous and if this so called billionaire who flies in private jets bearing his name who is married to a model who lives in the garish tower isn't the epitome of what men can achieve in America then what is this system that we have all been buying into they noted for trump for the same reason they.

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Talk 1260 KTRC

02:32 min | 2 years ago

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The Nik Ingersoll Show

11:03 min | 2 years ago

"one min" Discussed on The Nik Ingersoll Show

"Welcome to the show everybody. This is the Very First Episode Soda the Book Club So this is essentially where I read passages from books that have provided a ton of value to me and then I talk a little bit about sort of my interpretation of those things and why I think they are important and on this podcast. We're going to be reading letters of a STOIC by Seneca. The younger Seneca was a Roman philosopher born in four B._C.. Which gives you a pretty good idea India? The timescale and Stoicism is one of these philosophies that I've studied in great detail. I tend to find a lot of the principles and precepts have a one to one correlation with things that happen and in modern times page forty three and intimate who leads a pampered life will gradually make one soft and flabby wealthy neighbor provokes cravings in one a companion with militias nature tends to rub off some of his rust even on someone of innocent and open hearted nature what then you imagine the effect on a person's character is when the assault comes from the world large. You must inevitably hate or imitate the world but the right thing is to shun both courses neither become like the bad because they are many nor being enemy of the mini at because unlike you can't retire into oneself as much as you can associate with people who are likely to improve you welcome those who are capable of improving the process is a mutual one min learn as they teach so unpacking this is one this is actually one of my favorite pieces of the entire book and for several reasons I think in large part a lot of these things that Senecas saying here have a high level of relevance to today's Today's society the first one that says an intimate whom leads a pampered life gradually makes one soft and flabby as one that that I liked because I think about that a lot I do. Feel that there is a lot of soft and flabby people from living pampered lives out there that changes the way that they interact with the world and okay negative way and the very next line says a wealthy neighbor provokes cravings in one and this is one thing that you hear about all the time especially now with instagram. It's foam. Oh right. It's watching Ching your neighbor back then and now it's watching your instagram feed and you're seeing what everybody else is doing and you're comparing yourself to them and Seneca saying here. That's also not what you should be doing. You should not give in to the cravings from watching your neighbor now the thing that he says he says a companion with a malicious nature tends to rub above some of his rust even on someone of an innocent and open hearted nature and this is what negativity is right. I mean these are the people that are toxic in your life. If these are the people that you need to cut out of your life and they could be your friends or your family or your co workers or whoever they happen to be but just no closer you are with them. The more it's GonNa rub off even on someone of an innocent and open hearted nature he then goes on to say that he must inevitably either hate or imitate the world but that the right path is to shun both courses and again this is really stoicism one on one he saying retire into yourself as much as you can and an associate with people who are likely to improve you and that are also equally likely to be improved by you and that's one thing that I tend to think about a lot what I want to surround myself with people that improve me in some way and I like the feeling of being able to provide value and benefit is somebody else. I think that's super powerful. It's something that a lot of people don't think about enough page forty five whenever circumstance brings some welcome thing your way stop in suspicion and alarm wild animals. Animals and Fisher like are taken in by this or that inviting prospect. Do you look at them as presence given to you by fortune. They are snares anyone among you who wishes to lead a secure life. We'll do his very best to steer well wide of these baited bounties which comprise yet another instance of the heirs we miserable creatures fall into. We think these things are hours when in fact it is we who are caught well talking about here is to just be a skeptical snake just to get your get your snout start sniffing around what he's saying. Essentially is if it seems too good to be true it probably is and you know and some it's always good to be skeptical. I think always because if you do see the world only through rose tinted glasses then you might find yourself in some situations due to naievety and that's not to say you shouldn't approach every three situation with optimism. I think that ruthless optimism has to be present. However the dichotomy in that is you also have to be skeptical? You have to be optimistic but it also have a very realistic and logical assessment of the situation and that's what Senecas saying here he saying if it looks to good it's probably a snare it's bait and he uses uses the analogy of wild animals and fish because you catch fish you put a worm on a hook and you don't see the hook and then Chango fishes Kat and he's saying that we are the the fish we see the worm and we think it's something given to us by fortune and upon getting that thing we are in fact the one that has got the fish didn't didn't catch the warm so I think it's an interesting passage. It's a short one <hes> but I do quite enjoy it page two hundred eight. We need to steer ourselves. Life will leave us behind unless we make haste. The days are fleeting by carried away at a Gallup tearing us with them. We fail to realize the. Pace at which we are being swept along here we are making comprehensive plans for the future and generally behaving as if we had all the leisure in the world when there are precipice all around us so here Seneca is talking about a couple of different things but moreover he's talking about the time the time that we don't have we are all intimately aware of the time that we do have because you're living in that time right now. You're listening to this and before this and after this you'll be doing something else but was saying here is life is finite and the death is undefeated it several trillion no no one makes it out of this thing alive and in light of that knowledge. You have to do something with your life every moment to should be thinking about that every moment right now. What are you doing? Hopefully you're learning something something. That's what I'm doing at least but I think that oftentimes and he talks about leisure right and he saying that you think that you have all the leisure in the world world but in reality it's not that much time to do leisure or anything else and I think that if you do like leisure that's great but maybe we can redefine what leisure means a little bit right now. This is somewhat of a leisurely activity for me. I'm reading a book to you and I'm enjoying it but it's also being productive and pushing pushing my life in a forward direction and I think that's so important because I think that even if you're content even if you like to do leisurely activities traditionally leisure like activities everybody wants to be greater than they are now. Everybody wants to achieve something better than they are. In this present moment and I think what Seneca Kazan here is be mindful of that because it won't last forever and then is all I got for tonight you can look forward to more of these very short book book club episodes coming up in the future and I'll try to keep them short and concise and just read some of the highlights out of them cliffnote style and if you did enjoy this podcast please let me know and also..

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WCBM 680 AM

02:49 min | 2 years ago

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"Again. Get the facts, go to healthcare facts dot com true healthcare, facts dot com. That's true healthcare, facts dot com WCBS in Baltimore. Pressure. Keeping some clouds around the area here into the weekend forecast. Think we catch a little break here for a couple of days with rainfall most, the storms over with overnight, fifty seven morning clouds afternoon. Sunshine Friday, high seventy eight Saturday, partly cloudy eighty-five, and then some hit and miss showers Sunday, hide your ninety degrees. More robust thunderstorm chances into next week with intimate upper eighties meteorologist, Scott Lawrimore from the Weather Channel. For talk radio six eighty WCBS. Imagine yourself in a desert and you are hopelessly lost rush. You're rolling. You'll see you see what isn't that's who the Democrats and the media have been quenching thirst for truth. Robert Muller is the Mirage keeps them falling weekdays noon to three. They think they're about the find their way out of the desert on talkradio six eighty WCBS. This is Christian. Friskin something in mind prediction for the new year. I have lined important suggestion in that is cool, rod. They rowing of safety of solutions today at four one over two six six one one two or on the web at safely tire solutions dot com. That's brought about financial situation and how best to discover evaluate in plan for that coming. Given money by the government in monthly checks close social security. Rod knows best, how to sit down with you and lay out future plans things accuser. Join me Gordon center for one night. A one min show yours truly Saturday September twenty first eight PM Gordon's center dot com for tickets. Hi my. See as a veteran, I know that for many former servicemen and women, the battle doesn't always end, when they come home every day, one hundred eighty four veterans are diagnosed with post traumatic stress and sadly, twenty take their own lives. When nothing else helps professionally trained service dogs came. Americanhumane serving the US military for over one hundred years, rescues animals, in need of forever homes and trains them to become free lifesaving service dogs for our nation's veterans. If you're a veteran or no veterans.

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KNST AM 790

01:33 min | 2 years ago

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"Fusion of entertainment, and. For about fifteen years. I have said time is going to come. And. Stood in our newsroom and our social media room yesterday. Listening to the conversations. And the news as it was coming in about what was happening, and I stood there. And I thought I knew this was coming. But I guess there was a part of me that just so hoped that I was wrong that I thought it would maybe never come, but it has. And it has everyone on the right. Who is a voice that you trust deeply, deeply concerned in some circles panicked. I'm not panicked. But I am deeply concerned here. It comes and I will explain the loss of voices that you trust and reflect your point of view. This is a critical day in the republic's history. We address it in one min. The Glenn Beck program. You know, we've done ads for.

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News Radio 1190 KEX

02:34 min | 2 years ago

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"And enlightenment. For about fifteen years, I have said time is going to come and I stood in our newsroom and our social media room yesterday. Listening to the conversations. And the news as it was coming in about what was happening, and I stood there. And I thought I knew this was coming. But I guess there was a part of me that just so hoped that I was wrong that I thought it would maybe never come, but it has. And it has everyone on the right. Who is a voice that you trust deeply, deeply concerned in some circles panicked. I'm not panicked. But I am deeply concerned here. It comes and I will explain the loss of voices that you trust and reflect your point of view. This is a critical day in the republic's history. We address it in one min. This is the Glenn Beck program. We've done ads for mattresses before where, you know, it's you can customize it to your own comfort. Will you spend just as much time in your office, chairs you do in bed, and that incredible credible, either? We're sitting too much behind it office desk. Or we're, we're not spending enough time in bed or possibly both. But anyway, X chair X chair, you're sitting in your chair at work as much or more than you're spending time in bed. And when you get up from your office how, how do you feel, how's your backfield? How do you feel do you notice even are you constantly fidgeting, or adjusting, the X chair is the best chair I've ever said in for an office chair? And honestly, we have here in Texas. We have these great movie theaters that have the big recliners, I would sit in X chair. They said, hey, we don't have one of the encl-, recliners usually, I'd like a lot going to the movie, then I gotta go say, I'd sit in the next year. It is like a really comfortable recliner, because.

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106.1 FM WTKK

01:31 min | 2 years ago

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"Future of entertainment, and in like. For fifteen years, I have said time is going to come. And stood in our newsroom and our social media room yesterday. Listening to the conversations. And the news as it was coming in about what was happening. And I stood there. I thought I knew this was coming. But I guess there was a part of me that just so hoped that I was wrong that I thought it would maybe never come, but it has. And it has everyone on the right. Who is a voice that you trust deeply, deeply concerned in some circles panicked. I'm not panicked. But I am deeply concerned here. It comes and I will explain the loss of voices that you trust and reflect your point of view. This is a critical day in the republic's history. We address it in one min. Is the clinic program. We've.

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WCBM 680 AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"one min" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"All up. You are listening to safe retirement solutions radio. Right here on six eighty WCBS. We're coming up on a break. We'll be right back. Temperatures in the low to mid eighties for their major the afternoon on this Sunday. When that occasional thunderstorm popping up, otherwise clouds, and sunshine and scattered showers and thunderstorms will be possible tonight as the overnight low drops down to seventy over started the work week on Monday tomorrow. Partly cloudy with a chance for a shower thunderstorm. The highly hit eighty nine degrees, cooler air will move in behind you departing fun on Tuesday, fearing turtle. Take place with a high close to seventy Jeff marr from the Weather Channel four talkradio six eighty WCBS. This is Christian. Feelies the Chris Colin something in mind prediction for the new year. I have a mind, important suggestion, and that is cool, rod. They really the safety solutions today at four one two six one one two or on the web at safely solutions dot com. That's brought about your financial situation. And how best to discover evaluate in plan for the coming mysteriously given money by the government and monthly chase close social security. Rod knows best, how to sit down with you and lay out future plans as being of future. Join me Gordon center for one night, a one min show, yours truly Saturday, typically I eight PM Gordon Turner dot com for tickets..

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"one min" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"one min" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Up. You are listening to safe retirement solutions radio. Right here on six eighty WCBS. We're coming up on a break. We'll be. We right back. Temperatures in the low to mid eighties for their major the afternoon on this Sunday with occasional thunderstorm popping up, otherwise mix of clouds and sunshine and scattered showers and thunderstorms will be possible tonight as the overnight low drops down to seventy a warmer started the work week on Monday. Tomorrow. Partly cloudy with a chance for shower thunderstorm. The highly hit eighty nine degrees, cooler air will move in behind you departed fun on Tuesday. Fearing shirt will take place with a high close to seventy Jeff marr from the Weather Channel four talkradio six eighty WCBS. This is Christian. Chris. Something in mind prediction for the new year. I have a mind, important suggestion and that is cool rod, they really of safety solutions today at four one over two six one one two or on the web at six tyrant solutions dot com as brought about your financial situation and how best to discover evaluate plan for the coming. Mysteriously given by the government and mostly chase coal social security. Rod knows how to sit down with you and lay out future plants thing of future. Join me Gordon center for one night, a one min show yours truly Saturday, September twenty first eight PM Gordon center dot com for tickets. Local, volunteer, fire department routinely, answers, the call whether it'd be a fire traffic accident.

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"one min" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"one min" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"That a little bit today show. Well, guys, we got it. We're coming up on another break here and Chris nodding that it's okay to take a break. So we'll be back after this break with rain sailing in and wins out of the eastern northeast this weekend temperatures will shrink cooler high sixty six this afternoon with scattered showers popping up at times. And certainly some wet weather to be out tonight with rain increasing coverage overnight low of fifty three and colder mother's day to wrap up the weekend. Tomorrow with rain likely and highly hitting fifty five degrees. Still the chance of showers starting off the work week on Monday with a high temperature eventually climbing the fifties Jeff marr from the Weather Channel four talkradio. Six eighty WCBS. This is Christian Mason, Christian something in mind. Not prediction for the new year. I have a mind important suggestion, and that is cool. Rod they rowing the safe retirement solutions today at four one two six six one one two or on the web at safely tyrant solutions dot com. That's brought about your financial situation. And how best to discover evaluate and plan for the coming day will be given money by the government in monthly checks, coal social security. Rod knows best. How to sit down with you and layup future plans fingers future. Join me as Gordon center for one night, a one min show yours truly Saturday September twenty first eight PM, Gordon, center dot com for tickets..

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"one min" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"one min" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Coaster. They give you you're waiting for your table. The so excited, right, man. Just an adrenaline rush. You run up there. Like you got to get up to. Other people are like checking you'll excuse me ages going off, I'm getting a table. Facebook so far. Watching the total costs go down after use. My clubcard. Chris said hitting an even dollar amount on the gas pump. The dollar all slow it down and try to get the cherries. I get so excited to go to bed every night. I get a big rush from it. And then I can't fall asleep. That's interesting. When I get back to the office after my lunch break, and I'm able to score a close parking spot in honestly, feels can tastic time you're in line albertson's and the person in front of us got a huge order stuff. Right. And you're right behind him take forever. But then they finally get through and they go are you play monopoly. No. But you can give my passes to guy behind me guy behind them is me score. Great. Sure cinema. Thank you card or something for that. It's a really nice thing to do for somebody hearing the taco truck horn that's an actual high for him. When the pretty girl the office holds the door for me. What about when you're that? Somebody texts you sure you're away from your phone and you hear it ding. You're walking over to your phone. Natural high. But it could go really bad when it's your mom or somebody. You know when you finally get to the phones or Karen love. You just get your mom. So we know you're talking about you. This is your sample. You're waiting for a certain text your, hey, what do you think is talking about somebody else at albertsons? My mom. Just say, no respect at this point. You were hoping would text you. That's all you're my mom. I love you. Dumber said beating might ups time. Even if it's by one min love that. Right. It's so fun. Nobody sits next to on an airplane, which is always good stopping the microwave right before it beeps. Okay. That's too. What about when you get a text? And you're hoping it's going to be somebody who really care about over.

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"one min" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"one min" Discussed on KGO 810

"Join the conversation at eighty eight ten now John Rothman on cagey. I am John Rothman, no place. I'd rather be than right here with you on on the eve of Saint Patrick's Day. And so last night. I talked to Karen read all I'm sorry tonight. Karen, your Karen read, I said to Karen, all right? We are going to have Irish music tonight because it's uplifting. It's fun. And we talked about doing some Irish dancing here in the studio. We'll see what happens four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten that is the number right here on jayjay for me, this sort of special because I'm concluding the first week back here in this spot every night on K geo, and I I want to thank everybody. The response has been extremely positive for the most part few complainers, but everyone seems very positive, and I'm very positive, and frankly there really is no place. I'd rather be. Okay. So Karen, you have acute up. This is what the president of the United States said today. And I want to open with a simple question. Do you agree or disagree with Donald Trump's statement? Let's hear it. Oh, no. We don't have it. We don't have it yet. We're gonna find it has to do, of course with the question of whether or not white nationalism is a danger. And if you listen to the president, you'll hear him in a minute, you said, I don't really think it is the small group of people, and I want to know whether you think white nationalism represents a danger and remember the president of the United States called himself a nationalist last year. And and. Is the idea of of the president considers white nationalism not to be a danger something we should be talking about I'm thinking about. So really my goal in the opening here tonight is to get your opinion. Remember, the president called himself a nationalist a last year? And I I was bothered by it because I understand the implication of nationalism. But now, I'm asking you is the term white nationalist fraught with danger is the fact that European national has been on the rise something we should be concerned about and by the way, did you hear this one min I practically fell off my chair when I heard this because it's a worldwide phenomenon. The parents fifteen year old boy in bologna, Italy, gave him to cakes featuring portrait's of are you ready for this Adolf Hitler and jokes about ovens for a party that held an international holocaust was held on international. Holocaust remembrance day. A bakery which specializes in printing. Those portraits on on the cakes. Said it's fine. No problem. Contacted by an Italian dailies parents who were not named told a reporter the teen wanted the cakes. And it was a childish joke. Is. Nationalism is white nationalism. A joke. And is the president of the United States. Correct. Is he correct when he says that I really don't think it's a threat. I think it's a small group of people. And when asked about this, the president diminishes it. So I'm asking you what you think. Do we have the sound? Yes, we do four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten and here is the president of the United States. Donald J Trump is calling for a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States until our country's representatives can figure out what the hell is going on. We know our current president.

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"one min" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"one min" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"I mean, maybe that does help you get over that creative. Yeah. It probably doesn't it. Probably just sucks you in to destroy. Traction fast, which is wonderful for the mind because the mind loves, you know, tapping into novelty in something new, and so the, but it, but what could be, you know, more Beneficial's going for a walk getting some getting some space station, the performance break or maybe doing one minute of mindfulness practice just to be able to clear the clutter because that's what you really need a spacious mind to be the annoying person who espouses taking a walk, but or meditating in those moments, but the fact that matter is now that I have a marginally improved self awareness through meditation. I noticed that when I step outside all the baloney that I was worried about some significant percentage of it evaporates, and I'm seeing things more clearly in a different way with a different perspective. Or if I sit and meditate, I may I found this when I was reading my last book, and I was really miserable the whole time, and occasionally I would pull away and just meditate which. Felt counter intuitive. But often the problem that I was trying to solve I would get answers not necessarily interest. I was looking for and sometimes they were stupid. But but sometimes there was there was something really there. But it was certainly an a geyser of new ideas that we're not available to me when I was standing there intermittently pounding my head against the computer screen and checking social media, exactly exactly. Okay. This is a challenge. This ounce like an intervention for us, Dan. This is exciting. Can we help you? I'm prepared to ask because I'm going to use this as my own personal benefit. And if you don't wanna listen, no, usual, listen, what else sleep was the other thing, you mentioned in terms of helping people actually before we get sleep meetings. I think this is another area where I don't do a good job of bringing mindfulness to the table. Find that's me at my worst in meetings, especially for discussing a creative project that I'm trying to push forward. And I'm I noticed that I'm impatient with other people or if they're not fully understanding everything I have in my head. I can't believe how dumb they are. Of course. I haven't even explained it to them show. How does one bring the practice into meetings? The first thing is to be prepared for the meeting. What often happens many organizations that we have back to back meetings? Meaning we kind of few minutes late for after one meeting. So meeting runs over. I mean, we'll be too late for the next meeting. Meaning we are going to enter that meeting in fifteen I mean, it's just going to be focused on wrapping up. What happened in the previous meetings? We constantly behind from mental point of view. Yeah. Really practical thing is always many meetings five minutes before it's I'm like in your outlook, always schedule. So that you have at least five minutes of transition sign. The what'd you do in that transition time as you basically prepare yourself, mentally, so whether you're walking to another meeting room, or whether you just sitting on waiting for a conference, call or phone call rather than checking Graham or emails or Facebook, or whatever just take one min or even just thirty seconds to just sit there and just breathe. Just take a short polls whereby you mindset, little bit and your mind will be more clear for the next meeting a couple years ago. I started volunteering in a hospice and it. I was trained by a pair of zen Buddhist..

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"one min" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"one min" Discussed on WTVN

"Type in keyword kids. And it's funny with all that going on. You've got snow coming in for the weekend. There's a lot of people talking about sledding where to go. I I tell you up at does snow trails with. Tubing trails. We've had a ball when we've gone up, and then that kind of stuff, but I mean, really any hill. And I know, you know, whether it's a business private property, and all that so many people now get very concerned about, you know, accidents and kids having problems and all that. I don't know the legality of it. But my sense is that, you know, if you put up a sign that says, you know, no sledding necessarily covers you it's like you're now saying we know people have sled here, and we're just gonna put up a sign in that's not enough. But you know, it's just a great time for for parents and kids to be together. So, you know, put on your heavy coat and get a hat on and go out there and watch. And maybe go down the hill. A couple of times yourself still good fun and tubes. Now, that's the thing about sledding, you know, used to be the old hard sleds or the hard plastic saucers where you felt every bump now get you one of them big fat tubes. It's pretty cushy ride. And it's actually it's actually a good time. I will say though, the last time I went so I was one of my son was a lot younger with the couple of the neighbor, boys. We built some ramps, and well, all I remember my last run I hit the ramp perfect was in the air about fifteen feet and my shoulder hurt for about a month. So you know, you gotta. You got to engage your brain a little bit too. Speaking of pain, you know, men and women experience pain differently. It's research from Gil university this morning. They looked at forty one min thirty eight women ages eighteen to forty and researchers subjected men and women to certain amount of pain on their arms. So then the next day they repeated the same process, which was inflicting pain and the men tended to rate the pain as being more painful than the women. They had a higher on the scale and they said day to day. It was worse the second day. So researchers say they think men and -ticipant pain differently. And that intensification caused greater pain sensitivity. So there was some reason to expect that we would see increased sensitivity to paint on the second day. But there was no reason to expect it would be specific to men. So you know, when you see all those posts wives going on my husband's being such a big baby. And all that stuff. It might just be that we're wired differently enough that men actually do feel pain differently and maybe more intensely. So leave us alone common knowledge that many people choose to share their password for the net flicks account, right? You might want to reconsider doing that British company sign a media. They have created a I artificial intelligence that can spot shared passwords on streaming services and yount each service, then chooses the deal with the offender as they please they might send an Email asking them to upgrade to a premium service, or they may just shut it down. You may be bub kissed you. Hey, I'm ready to binge for the weekend because the weather's bad. And then you've got nothing 'cause you shared your password. They say if someone has illegally sold their password online to multiple people, they could actually get turned into police signing media says the system is already begun trial. But they're not gonna tell us when the official release date is because they just want you guess. So I don't know if that's a reason for you to pucker or you're still thumbing your nose at the good people at net flicks. But they're coming and they're gonna figure it.

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"one min" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"one min" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"He wasn't an aesthetic. He wasn't staying away. Everybody. He was in the mix. Yes. He was constantly having dinner with people that people were like, what are you doing? And he's like, this is where the juices, man. Groovy hippie. That's very I'm gonna think about that. That's like something worth meditating on his what pleasure and also like what pain 'cause when you merge with Christ energy. And now I'm thinking about there have been times meditating, but there's also been a lotta time to psychedelics it feels very euphoric. I would consider that being like a coming into one. This is another way putting it, and it feels not unsexy Royal in fact, Terence McKenna points out that when you take mushrooms often, quite horny. So his idea was that chimps or our closest relative eight mushrooms, and that made them wake up in a certain way, their brains of all, and then they were horny so they had a lot of sex and that made new new champs like it helps in that Evelyn, but in a sexual way as well. Does that make sense when you're viewing that sort of euphoria there is a sexuality sort of? It's just then we're. S two sexuality being concentrated in a certain area. Right. But if you feel the presence of Christ, which is like, I wouldn't say I wouldn't say at one min because for me is he's he's already that being always present. Always it's the recognition of the presence of something. That's always there. Right. So when I experienced that it's throughout me. It's not. It's also. Let's right. But it's also in your in your junk. Yes there too. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I was it Dunkin that was like. Offering your orgasm to God. Would that's something that curly did all the time? This this particular being this one kind of God. But yeah, I mean, you can do that for sure see how I think that was a there was a lot of that happening in the when they talk about there's a theory. I don't know if you knew that a lot of what they call homosexuality in the New Testament is actually more like that type of sex worship that they were saying was like getting people away from Christ or whatever, you know. I'm not an expert in the theory. But that's what they're more talking about is being Paul is more. Let's stop jerking off to idols, and let's wake up to. Yeah. I mean, these theories are also like, and there's also that whole theory that Jesus had like this gay lover. And that also he yeah, he liked talked to the soldier who had a gay lover. And all that the sentinel had a gay lover and all that kind of stuff and for me. It's like it's all kind of I don't I think that they're important questions for people. Think through and to consider and think about, but for me, those kinds of things it's sort of like, you know, I just did this episode of my show like I do these Sola episodes on Saturdays. And I did this one that called the significance of the the the occult significance of Christmas. And I think a lot of people were expecting to talk about the mushrooms that turned into Santa Claus or like the Christmas conspiracy of the reindeer the birthday of Mithras. And I was like, no what's happening in inward way. What's the continuity between the physical in our world that's happening because that's where the Colt lies. That's where spiritual dimensions of things by well by seeing the continuity between the two extremes. So this is where I go with the whole Jesus homosexuality sexuality thing. It's like what do I experience when I begin to ask these questions in my inner states and the motion of my thinking and the movement.

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