36 Burst results for "One Time"

Bichette homers, Jays beat Royals 6-4 in Toronto return

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 9 hrs ago

Bichette homers, Jays beat Royals 6-4 in Toronto return

"Playing in Toronto for the first time in nearly two years the Bluejays picked up a six four win over the Royals Bo Bichette belted a two run Homer and Teoscar Hernandez added a solo shot in the jays first home game in Canada since September twenty nineteen George Springer had three hits an RBI in his first home game north of the border Hernandez opened the scoring with the first pitch Homer off Royals lefty Daniel Lynch to begin the second right hander rust rippling allowed two runs and four hits in five and a third innings to snap a three start winless skid I'm Dave Ferrie

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Fresh update on "one time" discussed on 2 Lights Media

2 Lights Media

01:15 min | 29 min ago

Fresh update on "one time" discussed on 2 Lights Media

"Rates that you may want to take advantage of. So we have to any other questions. Monica, this was fun. Uh, I'm also anyway. So long question Whether I have nothing to do. Where can I go? I want to still. Uh yeah. Capital one bank, because, uh, Um out my have a credit of 8 15. And because I always pay my bill all in for it doesn't matter what the amount and I used to have a purpose are one bank. I was, for example, like 10 years 15 years. I never missed a, uh Permit and then I didn't use my card for a long time because they did something that I wasn't cool. You know, it was their fault. One time. And so I said, Okay, forget it. I'm not going to use an animal, so I didn't use the couple. Like a year and all that time that I was I felt like a 43,000 loud with them, you know? So And recently I said, Let me just 23 seconds. Clear the mouth and then when I won the semi country related, and I called him not sure quite what they told me if we deliver your account because you are the language. I went almost went through the roof mean delinquent for what? So because of that, you know, I lost my, uh And now. Well, what you could do is his challenge that with the credit agencies, so get a copy of your credit report. And if there's anything negative on your on your credit report, you can dispute that. So I hope that helps you, Monica. Thank you. So much for listening. And thanks for watching on the YouTube, so, folks, go to youtube dot com and search for Josh Galinsky, the financial quarterback. And up Next we have more of your questions at 800. 32107 10. And thanks. You're caring about the baby with the baby update. We got Monica with the baby update. This is Josh Zelinski, the financial quarterback. Don't touch that dial..

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Beth Pascall on the Importance of Finding Your Confidence as a Runner

The Running for Real Podcast

02:56 min | 1 d ago

Beth Pascall on the Importance of Finding Your Confidence as a Runner

"I did see something you write. That says for the first time in a big race. I stood on the start line and i thought i could win now. This talks to what you were just saying. That and we don't hit women saying that very much an grunted you set it off to the race note before but we as women tend to shy away from thinking that way allowing ourselves to to think that way. So what gave you the confidence that time to think that and then from there. How can we take more of the upper joe. Do you think more women should be able to say maybe not win. Whatever success means in their world. but why can't we say. I think i can do this. Or i think i can succeed for me So for me. Something up with struggled struggled with not just in running. And i i've lost two years. I kind of came to realize that. I thought my confidence was affecting my results because i truly never thought i could do other race i would always be on the start line thinking maybe i could make top ten and and i feel like i had my results kind of stagnated for a few years night. Felt like us coming. Full all the time and i'm not but what am i doing. I see these girls doing the same training as many like. Why can't i do better and i. I always had this approach to races. Where i would run quite conservatively. I was kind of afraid to sean from the stock. And yeah i'd always be like said full something like that in in big races i i felt that confidence had a lot to do with it by didn't know how to change this. I think of athletes probably fell like that infamy it it was time and experience and results that gave me the confidence I think and i'd also just having like people around me. The really believed in me and gave me that confidence. My coach martin cox is somebody who i've met. Who's always telling me that. I'm better than i thought. I will And i mean it is a coach's job to be like you know that you can win this by never really believed him until the last year or so. I guess and as soon as i started feeling low confidence and she believing what people were saying. I started to win

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'Locker Room Syndrome' Drives Men to Think Big

Sex with Dr. Jess

01:50 min | 1 d ago

'Locker Room Syndrome' Drives Men to Think Big

"There's actually this. Study is a study by annabelle chan and they looked at data from forty three different countries with men. Eighteen seventy six years old and what they found was that they're actually more concerned about. Their penis is outside of the bedroom so they called it locker room syndrome. So they're kind of more concerned about what other people think as opposed to actually concerned about how pena size affects sexual function or sexual performance or how they're perceived sexually all. I would definitely agree with that. I remember the first time playing hockey and showering in the in the locker room and being so uncomfortable about it. But i played on a competitive team and we traveled and your parents eventually the point where they saying. I don't want this stinky thirteen year old kid in my car on a wednesday night for two hours reading. Take a shower after the game So then you started taking a shower and it was just this awkwardness where you're in the room. And you know perhaps some of the guy and again. This is a long time ago. Some of the guys which our some of them wouldn't and there's that initial kind of discomfort of getting naked in front of other men and again. This is a while ago. And i feel very differently now and then the funny thing is is. I remember my grandfather growing up. Who was very quote unquote macho and and all those sorts of things saying to me. One day when i- cowered in a room getting changed putting on a swimsuit. He's like we all have the same stuff he's he said. Just no one's focusing on it. Just get changed. It's not a big deal. You don't have to go hide in the corner but it's this weird being pulled in different directions. You're supposed to cover up all the time you're not supposed to show it. You're supposed to talk about it. You're supposed to say how big it like. These silly games that we play and again this is just reflecting on my experience. Grew up playing hockey and being a kid and the whole peanuts conundrum. If you

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CNN Don Lemon Challenges Ana Navarro Over Tucker Carlson Ambush

Mark Levin

01:28 min | 1 d ago

CNN Don Lemon Challenges Ana Navarro Over Tucker Carlson Ambush

"A clip online where the lemon was actually making a sense for the first time, at least, 12 years. And they were talking about this guy that got into Tucker Carlson's face and Mane at a An efficient rod store. Whatever they call The guy was obnoxious. Now I have to say Tucker Carlson has a lot more. Self restraint than I do, Mr Producer. I don't think it would have been pleasant. I'm just saying, I don't think it would have been That's at Ana Navarro said. It's okay. You're a public figure. You have to expect. People who love you people who hates you, and they have a free speech, right? I don't know what that had to do with anything Since he's not government, it is and I can do the first moment. But she's an idiot in multiple languages. She's an idiot. So, according to Ana Navarro, it's okay. So I just wanted you to know that now, D Lemon said, No, I don't think it is. And the the Republican stiff he had from the George H. George W. Bush administration. He didn't think it was a good idea, either. But Ana Navarro thought it was a good idea. So Thought to myself. Are you a buffoon? You're just inviting people to be rude to you. Well, that's hurt. That's her tactic. No big deal, she said. What happened? Dr Carlson? Do you think of that? Mr Producer? Isn't that kind of stupid?

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2021s Biggest Air Show by Any Measure

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

02:15 min | 1 d ago

2021s Biggest Air Show by Any Measure

"Been day wherever you are. Welcome to aviation week's check six and business and commercial aviation podcast. I'm all mcmillan. Managing editor of business aviation for aviation week joining me today is lindsay beauregard. Mri editor and mike elaborate director of enter royal production. The three of us are here in oshkosh wisconsin at the world's biggest air show a era venture oshkosh and it is the sixty eighth show this year. It's also the first one in two years since last year show is cancelled because of the cove in nineteen pandemic and tell you what The organizers say that in a normal year on sunday before the show there's about five thousand airplanes that fly in this year. The number is eight thousand. And they're saying that attendances back to twenty nineteen levels and the mood seems very enthusiastic and excited to be back. Mike this is your first time here and then see this society. This'll be my second one. My i was twenty nine thousand. Nine hundred and lindsey. You had unexciting morning morning today at the show. Yeah yeah. I did too right along for my first amer. Aaron bad flight the sixty six era stars so we flew in three experts or one hundred series aircraft They're very lightweight and they're good for robotics and go upside down aircraft and it was a whole lot. One says the maneuvers. They'll be air show at some of them yes so weeding. He did loops weeded. Barrel rolls At one point one of the aircraft lou underneath another one one of those numbers and i spoke to them afterwards and the current team of three has been together for five years but apparently to them pollen harvey have been finding it for twenty years so collectively between the three of them they have been flying as phillips sixty six eurostars for one hundred years

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The Ruby Super Team

Ruby on Rails Podcast

01:57 min | 2 d ago

The Ruby Super Team

"Nick how're you doing. I am doing fantastic. Thanks for asking brittany. This is my first time on the new exciting format. I kind of like by. The way is bit feedback. How we're still in the canonical. Podcast was like a new kind of iteration. I think of like when comic books. Have kind of a new series within the canonical series. You know this is like the next greatest thing so it is. It's veto but yeah thanks have been going well. Actually as of sunday. I have been a chopper five for half a year. I can't believe to say it's been six months already. And in settling in pretty well. I still feel like i'm in my on boarding phase. I think toby road something a year or two ago. Adobe look at the ceo saying something like it takes a year to onboard. But i thought that was just like a thought leader kind of concept. But i certainly do still feel like i'm on boarding to the company in a good way. So what have you been up to chapel find now that you are. Let's say halfway on boarded. It sounds like you had a recent hack day. That's right yeah so like in my day job. We have internal tooling which i get to work on. Even though i'm not on shop i core. We still get scale like all right. We're adding an endpoint. Can it take a million or question. Our yup okay. Moving on right like so. It's pretty exciting even in the day to day but recently yeah i got to go onto a hack day so a just come back from america. I been visiting family out there. And i didn't intend to work this act. I think they do it every three months or six months. This is my first one. And since it's going to be a way for part of it. I never thought of kind of checking n and i drop in on day two of three day. Hack day and start work. And i'm like oh goodness what do i do now. And kevin newton. Who was a teammate of mine. Now works on a code foundations team. Message me and said hey. Join my team. We're working on something. Cool all right. Let's do this

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Standing up for What You Believe in

Creatively Christian

02:15 min | 2 d ago

Standing up for What You Believe in

"Hello everybody This is brandon hollingsworth coming to you. From the theology. Media's creatively christian podcast and i am super excited. I think this is the first time. I've had to people on the podcasts. With me at once with these wonderful. Ladies that i met at international christian music and film festival. Angela and valencia. Say hello ladies. What's going on my god. Yes tell everybody which one is which 'cause you guys are irish twins. So irish twins. Yes i am. angela. And i'm valencia. Irvine is Siblings of saint parents that are less than a year apart. So you're exactly ten months apart so we're like right. Here is irish guess. July twelfth valencia. All right slow everyone out that needs to send your birthday presents. Right no excess. Here's the po box. Well i. i was Privileged to meet you ladies again at international christian film festival and we had a blast. We and we're playing around and collaborating on some projects that i'm really excited about. But we'll leave that over to the side for now because we want to talk about you ladies so so tell our listeners. A little bit about yourself and what you're all about because many of our listeners might not know you so we are like we said irish twins sisters abandoned in this in this wonderful thing called life for for a while blessing and loving on the lord. We're christians i And we always had a like a a little next to just wanna be in front of people to blessed to help to encourage to inspire to you. Know all these things and we just know. God gave us these talents because he gives all of us gifts and talents every single person listening. Now you have talent. You have a gift us. What guy is giving you So he gave us gifts with singing first of all and we just took that gap. Don't just begin lessening his people and singing his praises and you know from nat Joining writing do see all of it.

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Women Pushed for Gender Equality With Their 1976 Olympic Outfits

Dressed: The History of Fashion

01:47 min | 2 d ago

Women Pushed for Gender Equality With Their 1976 Olympic Outfits

"The nineteen seventy six summer olympics or the games of the twenty first summer olympiad held in montreal canada so many highlights april so little time. Six thousand eighty four athletes from ninety two countries came to compete in one hundred ninety eight events. Women's basketball rowing and team handball are introduced for the first time the fourteen year. Old gymnast nadia comenici of romania became the first ever gymnast to score a perfect ten after her uneven bars performance and any fashion history-making moment for the first time ever in the history of these summer olympic opening ceremony. The us women athletes are wearing dumped. It on and this is the part where regular nurse nurse. Say here we go again. Because women athletes had of course already been wearing bifurcated garments as part of their competition uniforms. They had actually even been wearing pants or bifurcated. Garments at the opening ceremonies of the winter games since the nineteen fifties as protection from the cold of course but in the history of the summer olympics. The prayed uniform was always in line with the fashionable silhouette and also the side dress codes of any given period and up until this point these kind of more quote unquote formal occasion. Something like an opening ceremony would have called for skirts and not pants. But during the fashion revolution of the nineteen sixties women fought really hard to break down gender barriers and this included these social codes. That barred them from wearing pants. Outside of leisure or sports settings it was a hard one battle and one thousand nine hundred. Ninety six olympics really reflected this seismic shift in the broader social. Moore's that had begun to accept women in pants for most occasions.

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LinkedIn Reaches Milestones in Microsoft’s Fiscal Year Financial Report

BTV Simulcast

01:23 min | 2 d ago

LinkedIn Reaches Milestones in Microsoft’s Fiscal Year Financial Report

"The highlights of Microsoft's latest earnings release was linked in which Microsoft acquired back in 2016. Its annual revenue surpassed $10 billion for the first time up 27% from the previous year, amidst, of course, a very tumultuous year. For the workforce. Joining us now. Here in the studio. LinkedIn CEO Ryan are Slansky on your one year anniversary as the CEO of LinkedIn. Congratulations and good to have you You took over as CEO. I guess you've been working there for more than a decade. But in the middle of a pandemic when not only were you dealing with a lot of transition internally, but the entire work force. The whole platform was going through a transition. What was that? Like to navigate? Yeah. I mean, if I went back a year ago. No means that I think that I'll be starting this role from my bedroom with my kids doing school work around the house trying to navigate the company through a global pandemic. So it was definitely it was challenging with a challenging year, though, for everyone across the world and You know? You don't get to choose to be a CEO. Only when the sun is shining. You can't be a leader only when things are good and more than anything, I'm really proud of how our company came together or to place Now where we're over. 6000. People are getting a job on LinkedIn Every day. We help train 42 million people on the platform last year to navigate the pandemic. Resulting in what we just announced yesterday, which is for our first time in history, $10 billion in revenue for the year for the company, which I'm very proud of not too

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How Decentralized Is DeFi?

The Breakdown with NLW

01:51 min | 2 d ago

How Decentralized Is DeFi?

"What's going on guys. It is wednesday july twenty eighth and today we are asking. How decentralized is decentralized finance. And why does that matter. So yesterday i did a show on three separate hearings on the hill that related in some way to digital currency that show also covered a letter sent by senator elizabeth warren to treasury secretary janet yellen in the context of her role with the financial stability oversight committee. This is hardly the first time. I've had multiple regulatory topics to cover on the same day. And that i think reflects just how much discussion of these issues is now. Happening at the highest levels of government in some ways this was an inevitable byproduct of the most recent bull run not just in the sense. That higher prices and more attention bring more scrutiny. Although that's part of it it feels inevitable in the particular composition of this bull run. It's one thing. If crypto is a silent off segment of weirdos and malcontents and internet people even if they keep getting richer and raising the value of their magic internet. Money's it's something different when all of a sudden the participants are traditional financial institutions. The concern start to magnify both from consumer protection standpoint as well as from a systemic risk standpoint if banks are allowing people to access bitcoin buying selling and holding from their accounts is there a greater consumer protection challenge if hedge funds which have historically been points of failure for the larger financial system. Suddenly start to opaquely. Load up on crypto. Does that mean a new type of systemic risk are stable coins being adopted actually a threat to the dollar system that government currently controls for regulators. These seem like reasonable questions. And thus we're seeing much much more scrutiny.

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Caller Shares Why He Originally Left Zimbabwe for American Liberty

Mark Levin

01:49 min | 2 d ago

Caller Shares Why He Originally Left Zimbabwe for American Liberty

"Doing great, Mr. Mark, Living first time call a longtime listener. Thank you. Born in Zimbabwe, every Republican and everything you are saying And in 25th position, correct. There's not even a single. Prop of blood of refusing In your speech, everything you conduct yourself. Thank you The truth and the devil hates the truth. Okay. Thank you Whenever something's being imposed on me on us We are called next biggest. We are homophobic. No, you can be whatever you want to do. But please do not impose that. Oh, my kids. That's the reason why I left Zimbabwe. Uh huh. You know, pasta and come to the number one world country. Tell me. How was life in Zimbabwe under the paradise of Marxism? Twice to third world. Mm hmm. You know what? That's a brilliant cut. That's why it's still the third world. Exactly. Good. That's your right, Edward. Why do we want to come here because of everything that has been built upon, But what's being done here? I'm black African. My kids are black. Being raised here are earned the right to be American. I can message Jim Bob Way. But I've got natural life. Do you know how much that took? Oh, I have voted heart. Uh, I had body height. Love to be in this country and we cannot take it for granted. Bed is always gonna lose. You're great. You are terrific. I'm going to stand for what's right, and that's the country and my kids and my family's Calipari's Because I heard to earn the right to be here. I wasn't born into it. Thank God you are here.

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Newsom Expected to Spend at Least $50 Million Fighting Larry Elder

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:16 min | 2 d ago

Newsom Expected to Spend at Least $50 Million Fighting Larry Elder

"Tell us about this Absurd regulation that there are financial limitations on on what you can spend for campaigning. But the incumbent governor doesn't fall under those limitations. He does not. I have a nine million dollar expenditure limitation are. He can raise and spend an unlimited amount of money and experts. Tell me that at minimum. He's going to spend fifty million dollars against maybe even one hundred million dollars. Because i'm the one he's worried about. I'm the one who is from the hood. I'm the one who went to crenshaw high school. We're only two percent of kids can do matthew great level. I'm the one who's representing a hispanic. Parents had to go to the ballots to petition called proposition. Two seven some years ago. Sam because their kids were called bilingual education and the idea was that they needed these training wheels nor to transition to english fluency while they were transitioning so hispanic parents gathered the signatures put a petition to get rid of this people education and turn in favor of total immersion. The way kids came from italy and from poland from hungary war two. They didn't have bilingual education in new york public schools. So the experts said these are not going to be able to learn And surprise surprise after the proposition passed overwhelmingly several years later. Yes what the kids. We're transitioning to english fluency faster than they were before it and some of these so called experts were had enough integrity publicly. Say we were wrong. These are the people that democrats majority black and brown was one choice and they pull the lever for democrats that portray them year after year after year. And i go to the hood. I go to the barriers and i'm telling people these people are portraying you and the beauty of a secret ballot. You could put your check next to larryelder even though he has our next to his name. And you don't have to tell your independent french you tell you democrat france. They aren't you tired prime. Aren't you tired of the homelessness. Aren't you tired of the cost of living colors. They don't have ideologies. It's affecting every everywhere. I shouldn't say everybody rich people don't give a damn even though we have the highest state tax in the country. Thirteen point three percent and poor people are taken care of by government. it's middle-class people who are leaving for the very first time it's a war on the middle and the working class by the very people whose Who you put into power year after year. They are going to trade. You and i can make that case in ways at scare gavin is

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Why Is Larry Elder Running for Governor of California?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:07 min | 2 d ago

Why Is Larry Elder Running for Governor of California?

"Larry elder. Jd why are you doing this. Well it was a combination. I would say twenty percents a woman. You probably don't know name. Jimmy san who came out of nowhere. She's a political activist. Here in california had all sorts of papers documents. Researches kept me contacting me ignoring her she said just have just have dinner with me so i did and she laid out the formula for why she thought i could win a statewide election. If i at this recall election. I thought she was nuts. Then dennis prager came to me. Too twenty percent dennis prager. He asked me to run. And i said hell no twenty percent. A guy named pastor jackets who has the calvary church. In costa mesa. In orange county i twenty percent a man named lionel. Chet wins a longtime filmmaker and friend of mine and they were at eighty percent now and then the rest were barbers laundry. People of the guy that drives me every now and then the one that i just make up for me. I just ask them. You think run people are asking me to do. And i kept waiting waiting for somebody to say. Are you insane. You have a great life. You're making some decent money. Why do you want to subject yourself to this. Want to put your personal life to exposure. Why do you want people to twister by all around and treat you like everything. But a child of god and finally. I got to the point where i said to myself if not you who if not. Now when i'm a native californian i've been talking about these issues about crime about homelessness about the outrageous cost of living about the fact that for the first time in our state's history. Young people are leaving the state places by tennessee and florida and texas. The primary reason is cannot buy a house and then you add to that the arrogant way. This man shut down this date in the most way than any of the other fifty governors or having his own kids enjoying a in school private education while exempting himself from his own distance from the mandate and this famous french restaurant is become a metaphor four-fifths arrogance because naturally was he violating the mass mandates and the social distancing mandates there. He was with the mary professionals. Who drafted up and so people which just live it. That's why two point two californians signed petitions to have this man recalled about a quarter of those who signed the petition are democrats and independents. Who just two years earlier voted for him.

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Tokyo Sets Another Virus Record Days After Olympics Begin

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 d ago

Tokyo Sets Another Virus Record Days After Olympics Begin

"Tokyo has reported three thousand one hundred seventy seven new coronavirus cases setting on all time high and exceeding three thousand for the first time days off to the start of the Olympics the new cases exceed the earlier record of two thousand eight hundred forty eight set the previous day I'm brings the total for the Japanese capital to nearly two oh seven thousand since the pandemic began Turkey has been under a fourth state of emergency since July twelve ahead of the Olympics which began last Friday despite widespread public opposition I'm concerned that they could further worsen the outbreak experts say Tokyo's surge is being propelled by the new more contagious delta variant of the virus I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Will America Make It Through Biden's Administration?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:30 min | 3 d ago

Will America Make It Through Biden's Administration?

"Hey charlie carla from newport beach. I'm seeing on the news. A new poll by ifs which is a division of reuters. If i'm not mistaken shows fifty. Five percent of american adults said they are quote pessimistic about the direction of the country. The first time a majority is more pessimistic than optimistic during the biden administration. Where do you stand. Are you pessimistic or optimistic. About the direction of america. Under joe biden. That's a great question. Look obviously i'm pessimistic about what joe biden is doing. He's a total. He's a travesty. It's it's actually a tragedy it really is. I don't really there's you could use all these words. And i just kind of laughed at these house. Republicans that sometimes go tv. And they're like. Oh yeah it's so terrible it's look it's just sad it's sad because so few republicans are willing to actually use political power to stop him and so no. I'm not optimistic about the policy direction. I am optimistic that there will be a response to this. I am optimistic that we can improve things and i am optimistic that our ideas are so much better and rooted in truth that the only missing ingredient is courage and this starts to solve itself. It really does. But i i would be fooling myself. Carla. if an all i would be lying like oh yeah now. His policies make no difference makes a huge difference. Of course it does

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Jim Cramer &  Rob Maurer Discuss Tesla's Q2 Earnings Results

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

01:55 min | 3 d ago

Jim Cramer & Rob Maurer Discuss Tesla's Q2 Earnings Results

"Famer here for special issue. The street live and talking all things. Tesla we've got tested daily host and tesla investor. Rodney our rob butcher skit. Right to it The earnings completely. Well it just say they obliterated yes the but the same time i have to ask you elect guy. Did on squawk on the street is somehow the magic lost. Because this wasn't good quarter. I mean i've got the same question for you jim. I'm sitting here. And i'm seeing the stock down to three tenths of a percents and i'm wondering the same thing. Tesla beat revenue by four percent. They beat earnings by more than fifty percents and the stock is down. So you know. I'm a little bit surprised honestly. Because i think tesla did crush it. Maybe some of the comments on the earnings call weren't what investors were looking for but Yeah i'm definitely super happy with the results personally. I think that when i saw the numbers they were terrific on the call I described the the com school as pedestrian knitting described manufacturing processes and he described guide the same thing that ford gm say which is supply chain issues semiconductor problems. Is it possible when he says that synagogue shortages this quite serious that it's actually maybe for the first time i'm hearing under promise. So maybe overdeliver if he gets those semiconductors i definitely think that's part of it. I also think you just want people to appreciate the challenges that the industry and tesla's dealing with right now And in light of those challenges just setting the results against those they're even more impressive I think probably to some extent. That's what he wants trying to get across. Obviously he you know doesn't necessarily word it in those terms He's not really about the short-term stock price but I think that's what he's getting at is just how difficult things have been and yet. How successful tesla's ben In that sort of backdrop

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Study: Only Half of American Households Donate to Charity

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 d ago

Study: Only Half of American Households Donate to Charity

"For the first time in nearly two decades a study released Tuesday shows only half of US households donated to a charity in twenty eighteen the findings by Indiana university's Lilly family school of philanthropy confirm a trend worrying experts donations are reaching record highs but giving is done by a smaller slice of the population experts say many factors are contributing to the decline the percentage of Americans giving to religious causes decreased in tandem with attendance at worship services in part the Great Depression made it difficult for some younger Americans to establish a habit of giving the study doesn't measure contributions of goods and services or donations made through crowd funding Julie Walker New York

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Choosing Not to Care Changed My Business for the Better

The Maeve Ferguson Podcast

02:05 min | 4 d ago

Choosing Not to Care Changed My Business for the Better

"Not to care. Was the single biggest thing that shifted things for me in my business. I remember the days where i was. I'd in a cold sweat hosting and social media for the first time for the complete fear of wondering what my ex corporate colleagues would have thought about me or said about me or people in my local village. We're going to say and think. And here's the thing when i was staying safe when he was hiding like that my business was completely stop. I couldn't get clients. Because i was trying to do everything as the invisible woman so choosing not to care was the single biggest thing that transformed everything for me in my business choosing not to care. What are people thinking choosing not to care. What are people saying. What are they saying to each other and my advice to you is literally be like who cares because they are not living your life. They don't know what it is like to be an entrepreneur. They don't know what it's like to have the dreams that we have to dream at the empire that you're going to have the life that you are going to change as i always say we are not normal people. We are wired differently so choosing not to care choosing not to care but the judgment and what people are saying and all of that kind of thing is so so critical going all in is one of the most freeing things that you will ever do and when you're kind of in that hybrid mode where you're half in half. I'd you haven't gone all you won't be getting the results that you know you can get so please for me today. Choose to go all in and choose not to care what anybody thinks because they aren't living your life and you'll hear me say this over and over again in this podcast but everything comes down to choice.

"one time" Discussed on This One Time | Comedy, Travel

This One Time | Comedy, Travel

04:31 min | 3 years ago

"one time" Discussed on This One Time | Comedy, Travel

"You dab when you whatever you do to take this medicine and put it in your system, but specifically talking about the THC component, if you're smoking a whole flower plant or an extract that is of the entire sometimes called full a whole flower sometimes called full spectrum when you do that and you take it even if you're trying to relieve an ailment that you have right beating Zayed's be at some pain that you're dealing with being at inflammatory situations that are happening when you ingest the whole plant, you get high. Okay. At least that's what I used to think. And the reason I used to think that is you and I were having this conversation. Yes, and we talked about this and I sort of questioning myself because when I take an opioid, Mike, if I've had my my feet, my ankles broken, take a lot of whiteboards for that. I've had other pains and surgeries when you get that, I get a prescription for an opioid and when I take the opioid, it does exactly what it's designed to do. It stops my pain. My paying goes away, but I don't get high from and I had always thought it was because I'm not abusing the medicine. So I take the pill. I don't have my pain. I can go about my day, but I do everything the way normally would. I drive to work after I've taken an opiate, I if I take cough medicine, I drink the cough medicine because I think my coffee, it doesn't. But whatever, if I'll take, you know, cold and sinus medicine and cold and flu to relieve some of the aches and pains. Those have warnings on them that say, do. Do not drive do not operative machinery. Okay. I one of those things, but I drive when I'm on these drugs. Right? And I do not. I honestly do not feel any psychoactive effects when I take these that you're telling me it's different for you. I may. I feel pretty much everything and that's why I don't take any of those pretty much ever. In fact, it's one of the things that you and I have probably thought over. I don't take your many chess. I don't take my meds when I when I've had surgery and stuff like that because I don't like that feeling and I am even if I take a half of of a pill or whatever. And it's it's even things like Benadryl or whatever, like I am affected by each and every one of them in for me, it doesn't matter what kind of weed it is that I'm smoking a Stephen automate strain or economic strain. I feel the effects from the first hit right from the first hit. I take. I feel the effects I am altered and my impaired I'm not going to go down that we're not. I'm not asking that question, but I am definitely altered. It's not just that my pain has gone away. It is that I feel different different, but you always feel different from any meds you take right at. I don't. So my brain has switched now. Maybe there are people who use cannabis to reduce pain to reduce inflammation to help with their epilepsy to help anything else that they have. Maybe they don't get high may. Maybe I'm one of those, you know, super receptors of cannabinoid and any little amount that hits my brain affects me to to a small degree or doesn't matter. But maybe there are others who it's not the case, they do not get high. They do not have those that particular psychoactive effect that impairs their ability or impacts their ability to actually function society or if. Doesn't a positive at lift up not, but there's no downside to it. And that downside, I think would be the high that we're feeling. So maybe I'm not saying maybe I now recognize there are some people who can take this that Lee, certain parts of it are certain types of it in certain limited amounts and not get high, and that's that's new. That's hurry. For me, it was something changing my mind, but he taught so on that, I mean, going back to the late, not driving and things like that. You still have to put that out there for the general public, like because some people do get impaired in that. So I mean, it's not like you can isolate, oh, you, you can drive you you, it's. It's still all by the way. Just so you know, it's not okay for you to get high and look after our granddaughter. Well, sure. I'd on doing that anyhow, so so. No worries..

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03:08 min | 3 years ago

"one time" Discussed on This One Time | Comedy, Travel

"So, but again, people who smoke cigars aren't talking about how fantastic nicotinoid are at fighting infections. They are, but it's medicine at beer. Craft beer nerds, we do sit around and talk about the flavors and the smells and the taste that we get out of something like this, but we're not talking about how healthy it is. Any of those are always tongue in cheek a little bit. Just a beer a day is good for you. Maybe only when you're talking about your book. Well, that's very true. As as a beer diet as a weight loss of those things are all done, kind of not necessarily ingest but more in support that look, this isn't so bad. Right, right. Okay. So you have that. And and I think because pot smokers are imperfect messengers thinking in a lot of cases and they're the ones that a rallying around the flag. They're the ones that are bringing the troops together to say, let's push this forwards should be legal, and it also is really, really good for all these weird medical conditions out there, and I don't. I don't know. That's actually the case, right? I mean, the closest thing that we have to this on what is something that is consumed for pleasure and is consumed in a medicinal way is t- right because t- has a recreational side, traditional tea houses and services global trade and medical side. He have it even in the medical benefits of t. specifically, we're talking about a tea plant Camilla sentences, at least in western culture really. A rare very limited. You know again, no, no doctor is going to go out there and prescribe someone to drink a Cup of tea to help them fight cancer. Even if it's on their, they're on their deathbed. They're not going to say, well, I can't really do anything else for you. So enjoy a Cup of tea, joy, Cup of tea, all the time. There's no real. There's no real benefits. We know that t does have some anti cancers anti-tumor properties, but when medicine when science finds those, they isolate those things out and they make the compound and they put that inside of medicine. Right, right. And also the fact that tees legal is legal everywhere. Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, I agree. Medical. Marijuana should be legal, but because he is already legal, it didn't start out with the fringe group. And I'm sorry, my stone of friends out there. You're a fringe group, and that's the message you've had. You start from a fringe group. You're always seen as a fringe group. It will take a long time for that to happen because fringe group has already developed and it's just just tough to make all this work. Okay. So earlier you said you're thinking changed on marijuana as a medicine specifically, you'd been skeptical of those who smoke and then go about their day is normal. Right? That's, that's. That's a big and kind of a recent change from. Based on some of the conversations that you and I have had so. So thanks very much for bringing that up. I'll explain to the listener what we talked about in in general, and then we can come in and really deal with that. So here's the deal. My supposition was and again, this is changing. My supposition was that when you smoke dope, when you take an edible, when you inhale from concentrate, win,.

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02:12 min | 3 years ago

"one time" Discussed on This One Time | Comedy, Travel

"We've recently made some changes to patriot, so let us know if you aren't getting those episodes. And of course, if you wanna hear that episode and other exclusive episodes, go to shibo dot w. t. f. slash patrons and give us a buck. Yes, a buck which IPE. Now on with the show use donors, you. You might think medical marijuana is a uniquely American thing, but you'd be wrong twenty eight countries including the US and Canada have some form of medical cannabis law that essentially allows an authorized patient to spark up a spliff in the comfort of their own home. Twelve developing nations are on that list spread around central and South America eastern Europe, and even a couple of countries in Africa. Not surprisingly, none of the developing nations that have medical marijuana laws are in southeast Asia, and while government officials from places like Thailand have made progressive sounding statements as to the possibility of medical marijuana adoption. There's good reason to be skeptical. These countries take their marching orders from large trading partners in guests who those large trading partners are America and China to countries who on a national level are still. Very much anti cannabis. Regardless of regionalized, acceptance enacted by voters or blind eyes. Turn by officials that and politicians are notorious for just saying things to placate reporters and fringe groups, actions speak louder than words and smoking weed in some of these countries comes at the risk of death penalty. Not kidding, but in America, that's not the case. Even though the federal ban on cannabis remains thirty states will really twenty nine. Plus the district of Columbia have passed medical marijuana laws, even Oklahoma, which by the way, surprised both of us. This is the part of the program where we'd normally bring on an expert to tell us the facts because unless you've been ignoring any in all media, you've likely heard.

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04:04 min | 3 years ago

"one time" Discussed on This One Time | Comedy, Travel

"Water the water was mixed with the all of the filthy stuff because there was no separation of sewage and stuff you're in a war zone you're just trying to your your bathing you're drinking out of the same source but when you make coffee you're boiling the water right so those soldiers didn't get it so clean waters pretty pretty essential so the clean water in america it's not just america has clean water the streams lakes the rivers these are in clean no i wouldn't trust them one bit and you shouldn't in fact i can tell you many many horror stories which i won't party with people who drank water came to a medical facility months later with horrible gi problems didn't realize what they were drinking was bare poop or here poop and they thought the water was clean and sparkling and they wrote the mountain it was free and had to be great it was wonderful and they almost died from it and some people have so public water the stuff you turn on the tap has higher standards than bottled water people they all have bottled water not tap it's like really why would you tap water because it's cleaner than that stuff they putting the ball not to mention about half the bottled water comes from atop not to mention plastic waste and it's bad for wales so if you want to be healthy in american in america drink the tap water unless you're in flint or about one hundred and ten other counties and if you're overseas drink the beer thanks terry for those words of wisdom now my love i thought we should actually speak to the audience from home and let them know where we came from with this particular idea so i've got a simple question for you after three and a half years of living in places not necessarily always in the first world where we had no other option other than drinking the bottled water available because you could not trust the municipal water how do you feel about being back in a country where now many people make the choice to drink bottled water as opposed to the water that comes out of the tap is that something that you embrace about first world culture because we have so many different varieties of water that's why not bottle them and choose him something you're embarrassed a little bit about living in the first world or is it so problematic for you that you want to escape back to the third world because you can't handle this any longer i'm actually really embarrassed by it it isn't baresi isn't is i so embarrassed i so funny because i take water to work where would you take water to work explain that i take water from our tab like sometimes i take in my water bottle i have a reusable water bottle i don't use plastic water bottles when i go to work out or anything like that i use my own tap water and fill that bottle with the tap right that's that's what you're taking it and that's not avion no not spring mountain it's not smart water is or the dumb waters it's that right right that makes that makes sense do you think people who are seeing you carrying that bottle around with you that plasterers will do you think they're all making the assumption that she has put in some fancy special uber great hydroponically wonderful water or do you think they don't even think about that i've ever thought about you don't wonder what someone else's carrying when they're walking around with a bottle of water that is clearly refilled did they get that from some artisanal spring fight because of what i do i assume everybody else is doing that that makes perfect sense again for the two and a half years that we spent living in places where we could not drink out of the tap water and it's not like people need to understand this i think it's worth a little bit of a digression people should understand that most countries have a water sanitation process and even when we were in thailand one of the largest countries in southeast asia booming economy they have been a lot of money treating the water.

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01:52 min | 3 years ago

"one time" Discussed on This One Time | Comedy, Travel

"Clearly look internet times i got a couple of favors in the crowd one guy said no revered as a really really good get great patient russians did usually guys it seen on the road is here and they're like oh look like gangsters we're here arrears will without she wrote japan ever happened were given one this is definitely happen here i bought one of their workers here on friday night three years ago a a drink one night was he was disappointing us for good pictures in whatever drink ineke moving to gave me this so tells me i'm impervious the bullets with this cha dr american courtroom to test every day in american mm that that's where there is told her clients some of the then they say overview state deployed imagine the older ones it was probably two skiers but please don't tested yeah my my favorite cut alone was president ooh hey let's hope for almost like a watermelon what every room to say at the seeds he was wearing a green paper will be silva antics one drew brees on.

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01:49 min | 3 years ago

"one time" Discussed on This One Time | Comedy, Travel

"Have you identified the different tattoos into being activated near the old man yup her majesty the crocodile no and i am for flogging all trading rocket are osler yeah am that's the warrior obvious there's also a monkey come topping after this he said was going to defraud is what we saw the fraud today for the first time and there's there's the old man sometimes we have an old manages some match they do now what they got it wrong in the old man resident manager some guy jack an off walk in this age louise looking on on house tomorrow these guys on common again humble care grenades his lawyer make and like all the rate of amman blowing up for them yeah yeah the old man of all the way the station but a of gap so look at the same thing for the crocodile i haven't seen this may either visitors nate silver up the stairs time in a lot of their frank don't even let on know they've been they know their salary nearest in was like and a whole series of other words what has you could teach you could see it willing league the point where they just letting go what about what if it's not the end what if that it's like being mean drunk or if they're fringe all know look euromeetings alex over two girls you no no no no non stop my embarrassing.

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02:30 min | 3 years ago

"one time" Discussed on This One Time | Comedy, Travel

"'17 event on her youtube page lakes to both of those are the podcast app just click through right now yes right on your phone whipped through and get to the episode details follow those links to see pictures video now in the audio you'll hear me interacting with some of our favorite people that we're going to miss a lot when we leave thailand just a few days of friends rick jack karina in a whole bunch more you'll also hear me cutting my throat allott as i was just getting over a cold and from time to time you'll hear meyer reactions and she lives reactions to the quaint little insanity of this event if you can't make it through all two and a half hours i understand but the first three minutes of the audio clip give a pretty good representation of the rest of the audio of course by that time you might be sucked in may it happens so here we go thanks for listening we'll be back from time to time with more audio of our finalized travels here and eventually season five of the podcast will start up again whatever we decide to call it cheers rigs of the patch john aww nikolic over there and no way online good but several that man to see god two.

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This One Time | Comedy, Travel

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"one time" Discussed on This One Time | Comedy, Travel

"Hey gang it's evil tara no this is not the start of season 5 of this one time the podcast it's something special if your brand new listener welcome you may want a backup in the feed check out some of the four normal episodes of our program season four overseas three year to want to feel like a longtime listeners know that my lovely wife sheila d and i have been you're travelling globe or living abroad for over three years now those travels are coming to a close but just not yet as a special treat to those of you who stay subscribe to our podcast women releasing some special long form audio over the coming weeks as we travel to cambodia china japan and even career before landing back in america today you'll hear a long form ambient audio recording of one of the most bizarre at least by western standards religious events in thailand it's called the sock yacht why crew it takes place every year at a tip or called what bong gras which is about fifty miles northwest of bangkok each year early march more than ten thousand aficionados of these yacht tattoo gather at the temple we'll go a little crazy the reason for the gathering is to get the tattoos re charged on the strange amalgamation of religion and mysticism met is tied buddhism sock yet tattoos imbue their owners with special protective powers just like it's a good idea to reboot your computer occasionally or update the ap's in your phone once in awhile the tattoos need a little recharging or a lot as you're about to hear what follows is just over two and a half hours of uncut audio i recorded at the two thousand eighteen of it was my third time attending she what took a bunch of pictures and has them listed up on flicker she also has great video from the two thousand.

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01:37 min | 3 years ago

"one time" Discussed on This One Time | Comedy, Travel

"Oh but also not nearly enough time right i warned five months of continual travel he is poll anti yeah but i definitely want to go back and experience more of it nor are we not for five months at a time well i i think that's kind of a given at this point all right so after italy we then that's what we got to thailand but we're going to wait on thailand right because we we spent the most time here a we'll wrap the show with thailand talk while our first time in thailand we had to go to a border run and that got us over across the river it was was more than a river in the big river okay that's where the river comes down that separates the two countries are awesome okay was eight kilometers of big play big river on so that was burma and did you learn is really called me and more it is called me monte but i learned that if you go to that little border town you have to have a handler all right yeah so we had the sky shuttling us around to various spots and made sure that we had lunch and that we were back for the the boat in time i don't know why i i don't know if we looked shifty bill the there was another folks there had handlers to so obviously they were shifty to what i think what you out of all of that what you learn was that not every country is as open for visitors as others and me in mars one of the very much so there are very specific areas that you can and can't go to as as a foreigner so while we were in me and more i learned why border towns or ship holes.

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02:29 min | 3 years ago

"one time" Discussed on This One Time | Comedy, Travel

"The normal flavors we would get that change throughout the day because in america we have very distinct breakfast very distinct lunch boot and very distinct dinner foods but in the rest of the world or in many places in the rest of the world that's not all of the case yeah so i wonder how it's actually changed my i i think if anything it has made my already adventurous palette that much more adventurous like i love soup for breakfast now okay soup for breakfast and a good and i apologize to you my love and the other vegetarian listening to his right now meaty meaty soup super spicy for breakfast is fan task forecast at at is far better at an la king incredible and that wasn't a cuss word that was far hang incredible because of far so yeah vietnam has a big bang for that but also all of southeast asia ray southeast asian will each soup it doesn't matter it will be 45 see outside which is a hundred almost 100 degrees not over 100 agrees actually and the southeast asia's will eat soup they don't care it is soup it is what is meant to be consumed all no time so for me it is probably breaking down the barriers of what is appropriate for breakfast purchase lunch for this dinner they are now blended together and not just in the american way of i'll have breakfast for dinner and i'll be with weird dino pending syria what might thing that my india that's not in it is like i will be open now to any type of food anytime during the day that's what's different for me you for me it would be definitely the spices your spice tolerance level has increased significantly i blame barracks on chengdu because even before that we'd been living here and i i don't think i had embraced the the space but once who went to chengdu china the shush one chile's i love those i cannot get enough of those chile's that is probably one of the impetus because we went to changdu after what being here for six months yet well every six months living in bangkok fulltime we'd been in thailand for three or four prior to that so you had almost a year of just dealing with the fact that thai food tends to be highsea great even though you.

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

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"Hasn't changed for me i don't know if i had a favorite food you just like food i like food i'm a i'm a maybe a a wide range you're you're but i i have as you as you listener have likely heard me talk about on the program i love lab yes and lab more todd if i can find it roaches deep fried that is my all time favorite food in fact i i've been to jacks bar across the river several times recently because when new people come to town and say hey we want to meet you either for this show is one time or for the other show that i do the bangkok podcast i almost always take them to jacks bar and the only thing i've had at jax bar for the last six times i've been there has been lab and lab todd that's it all i've had and that won't happen again when i go back to the states obviously because that is very tied there are lots of thai food places that that's not always even on the menu sometimes off menu labrum away much had off menu item because the spicer's or not all that ready common and also a britishled lawful two okay speaking of things that aren't awful yet that you want to say something i was gonna ask you a question you wanted to ask another question why not so because we've been gone for so long and we'd been exposed to so many different flavours right how has this prolonged exposure changed wet and how you're eating i meeting yeah that's true because the flavors are different men's food foods everywhere but it's for i mean like the fact that going out to breakfast in an in thailand and less i specifically go to an english club there's no such thing as breakfast food ray it's just called food yet in thailand add it's either something super sweet or it's a played a chicken iraq's ripe pretty temperature if were so yeah as well as we have been doing this the.

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01:43 min | 3 years ago

"one time" Discussed on This One Time | Comedy, Travel

"Eight zero idea way too much pizza i i'm doing better since when we first got here because when we first got here i was eating it quite a bit because they do love gallery pizza all lauds most pizza outside of america is the hair of yeah i'm not meeting just bad i'm meaning flat out terrible if you come to bangkok you will find a pizza hut know a domino's pizza on every corner domino's pizza is all over the place was one rather asanovic senate they have peace i had one hundred two pizza pizza hut said hut kfc oh that's right yet pizza hut domino's if you order pizza hut pizza from thailand or domino's pizza in thailand it's called pizza it mostly looks like pizza but it is not what your expecting and again your expectations are already terribly low because you ordered a domino's pizza hut pizza so much for those sponsorship but here that's really terrible it's tough to get a decent pizza in this talbott if you don't find them they they do there are some places that make a very good pizza not a great pizza but a very good pizza and in the pizza desert that we live in it suddenly becomes very very good rate as in what it is and and the one we get right nerlens pretty inexpensive brotherly speaking yeah and they deliver an so it's really nice to just go i can't deal with today anymore i just want pizza and i like we can't make it pizza here because we have no oven in our wonderful so that's sl melson evan so you're saying your favorite foods are remain souchet an pizza yeah they'll do we held him.

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01:51 min | 3 years ago

"one time" Discussed on This One Time | Comedy, Travel

"Fits inside of africa wrecked we still talk about as one big lump because were dumb we just don't we just don't get it we don't see those things a lot so it to me i think it that though at this map says about us is the it's it's probably pointing out some of the biggest bless about o americans are bunch of racists and don't get anything that the all those things may be true but i think if you ask the g average american to point out geography point out india on a map too many of them would have a tough time a tough time doing it and i wonder is that unique to us and the answer that question is no i know realize wanted to go on the street and interview a bunch of thai people with a blank math and have them name as many countries as they can and i bet the number is small they would definitely get me in mar they would look at cambodia that it when they get everything next door they're really get everything that's adjacent to them just like we americans can get mexico in canada every time wang near one hundred percent accuracy but i think after that it would be just as nonexistent for for many of them do you think that's the same for europeans that's the big question because i i would say the answers now i think they're much more travel oriented they know more about the areas they go to and things like that i they travel more i would i would think the answered a question for the continental european people who actually live on the actual continent themselves my assumption is that they are going to be better at this game ban somebody like england roar example but i think a lot of it has to do with as you mentioned the relative travel news.

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This One Time | Comedy, Travel

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"one time" Discussed on This One Time | Comedy, Travel

"I think they probably get cuba right and i was thinking maybe jamaica maybe men maybe the bahamas yeah big what we find the bahamas if they could find him on a dam at but initiatives little small specs that that they could probably get rate i think when it comes to europe oh yeah england and iceland everything else is a question mark uh maybe ireland okay sure but i they would just roll that whole thing together i as a there's no way they're going to get there is a ring is that the ireland it's its own individual country were the ireland that's part of england for some strange reason i don't think anybody gets but you know i'm a make another american's your i think i was that way yeah yeah i think i mean even today even have traveling through i can certainly pick out a lot more countries now right but prior to this trip i could have named england i probably could've also put spain portugal and france ray i would not have been able to i know norway finland and sweden i don't know which one goes on label where had actually goes but i could name the three countries that are norway finland and sweden forget anything in the middle east right sorry don't do it forget anything on the continent of africa could name a single country probably still can't south africa got it you're good i can do that one i can do yeah.

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01:37 min | 3 years ago

"one time" Discussed on This One Time | Comedy, Travel

"You know who you so this is a map where americans have like i guess it's two supposedly making fun of the fact that americans don't know about things so here's the one for europe for example everything in the far eastern side of europe and into asia is called just khamis the area where turkey is call thanksgiving meal france's smelly people england is just the word mummy as a variety of things like that if you go over to the asian side of things that india is yoga for example you get the picture you kinda get what this is all about the for some reason in south america brazil is listed as the land of no pubis i guess for a brazilian waxes the idea though anyhow this is the map in question my love and tiffany would like to know how we feel about it in general and also i think she's asking does do our experiences into some of these countries we have been to match the expectation listed by the americans what do you think uh i haven't checked south american i've met several south americans k but i have not check them all right i that's one half yes so the spot would thailand were yes thailand thailand is here and of course thailand is you're not not you shouldn't be teacher was raised on this map it shows up as sex slaves but it's not just thailand i mean it that they've got thailand they've got me in maher and they've got lau and cambodia.

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02:50 min | 3 years ago

"one time" Discussed on This One Time | Comedy, Travel

"Your winter two things because we have not talked about this at all it is argued there vet thai culture some aspect we have yet to discover this much more accepting of the fluidity that is sexual identity what it means that's that's possible the weird thing from me though it seems to be isolated to hear thailand it certainly wasn't that way in vietnam no it wasn't that way in hong kong heang but again we develop a who were there for an extended period of time we could be wrong but i just didn't see it as much so it's either that the culture of self is much more accepted of this flu wittig idea of what it means to be a man or a woman or there's something in the water that's grows with what dna for naughty bits and dna versus brain bit say now i've had the water heater i can't rule out the water as a possibility okay soon water back home makes your pregnant but here it now now my my mood brain play opposite games the pledge that between six i think you might be in your thinking just say i'm just saying it has to be one of those two things there's no other possible at one one mm oh i'm sitting here with red todd and what if for a more known for india's first blogger who is very adventurous so road and reshuffled three thousand kilometers from jason made she loan debt bears repeating brutality a travel writer from india whose even tinier than i am participated in three thousand kilometer endurance race in indy so my blog is causing photo gotta and dot in photo got up at as of like story okay ininin leads k eight t h shaved audit she is full of good stories and photos but i know you want to hear more about that crazy three thousand kilometer race so all step out in laboratory tell her story a story that takes place in her own home country opts out a lot of countries but i still feel india is my favorite out of all vickers it's like it's leg having no use after so many countries in one country.

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01:37 min | 3 years ago

"one time" Discussed on This One Time | Comedy, Travel

"Hello vicarious travellers and welcome once again to bangkok thailand my name is evil era and earned she lady together we thank you for following along with our travels around the world coming up a little later on in the program a travel writer who top he met shares her personal story of a three thousand kilometer rickshaw race across india but before we do that so much for the new format honey i know we're already swinton it up and i don't think it's longterm now what's going to happen here is we're going to share a story that we recorded about three months ago right here in thailand when we were in bangkok yep wandering around it was from our first four months of travel we've we've we've been holding this episode sitting on it if you will yes at my request because sheila thought it might be a little offensive i have to watch year we were drinking when when had recorded this possibly which happens a lot so but we we now think it's not all that offensive if it if it goes down that road where were pretty sure we redeem ourselves towards the end i think so yeah it's a fun story about a reality that is here in thailand that honestly doesn't us at all even though it gets a little starts a little weird but but stick with us and i think it's a little weird i just think it's it's reality here so what we sound a little weird is what i was saying i think it's you you sound where it's our my foxo.

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