35 Burst results for "One Way"

Woman unaware she had $39M lottery ticket in purse for weeks

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 47 min ago

Woman unaware she had $39M lottery ticket in purse for weeks

"Lottery officials say a woman in Germany carried a winning ticket in her purse for weeks without realizing it was worth about thirty nine million dollars for the band's says the forty five year old woman was the sole winner of a jewel on June nine having correctly guessed seven feels on a German lottery ticket it quoted the woman who wasn't named saying I still get dizzy at the thought that I carried the ticket in my purse for several weeks without taking a look the mother of one doesn't plan to play again those saying the wind was more than enough for my husband my daughter and me she plans to use her lucky when full to live a healthy life and do more for the environment I'm Charles the last month

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Threads Across Time With Sarah Bond

Stitch Please

01:33 min | 3 hrs ago

Threads Across Time With Sarah Bond

"Welcome sarah thank you so much lisa. I'm so grateful to be. Here is such a delight. I am super excited. We know that you are quote maker with lots of experience. We know that you specialize in traditional but also with this gorgeous modern touch. Can you talk a bit about how that started. I read that nineteen. Seventy nine was a big year for you in the beginning of your quilting career. Can you talk about more about that. In one thousand nine hundred nine. I made my first quilt. That i quilt was made in an era when we didn't have rotary cutters and a mats and big rulers. I made this quilt with cardboard and a pencil and some scissors and also machine. And i used fabric that i had leftover from garments that i had made i was sitting in the sewing room or the guest room in my house. My mother came in and she said what are you doing. And i said oh. I'm making a quilt. And she said why. And i said i'm not really sure exactly why but i really feel like i need to make this quayle field. This is my mission. This summer was a summer between years in college. I was determined. And so i made this quilt pieced. It all together and sandwich did with that lovely nineteen seventy-nine polyester batting and hand quilted. It took back school with me in the fall. I didn't really know at that time. When i was making this quilt. I didn't really know all the stories about quilting in my family. But i still felt this. Push this creative encouragement from somewhere. To make this quilt.

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Tokyo sets another virus record days after Olympics begin

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 hrs 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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How to Improve Subsoil Health and Crop Yields

ResearchPod

02:03 min | 4 hrs ago

How to Improve Subsoil Health and Crop Yields

"Where are the new productivity-enhancing farming practices that will enable the world to produce enough food to feed nine billion people by twenty fifty with a global population growing rapidly every year on with millions already having limited access to enough food. It's highly pertinent question. Studies have shown that the global demand for cereal greens will need to increase by almost a half from the two point. Zero seven billion tonnes produced in two thousand five to over three billion tons in twenty-fifty we don't have on limited space on which to grow crops so we need to find ways to improve the yield on existing farmland with rising global temperatures on more variable full. This will not be a simple task. Improving farming practices through. Research can not only improve the years that farmers are currently getting from their crops. What it can also turn down. That was previously difficult to farm into a more viable option. One ye farming practice with the potential to improve croppies. His cold subsoil maturing. This practice has been developed to ameliorate or improve dense. Clay subsoil dense clay. Subsoil is problematic for reinfected crops. The clay particles are densely packed together which restricts the rate at which rian can enter the clay much of the water. The doors enter. The clay is tightly held unavailable to plants the dense clay also restrict root growth. This means the subsoil Effectively capture on store a lot of reinforcing for use by crops. This is a critical issue. As the yields of healthy well managed rian fed crops directly depend on rainfall on the amount of rian they can take in through the roots transpire through their leaves dance class subsoil also limits the amount of error the confused to the spiring routes within the clay when it is moist this means the crop roots struggle for aaron. These wet soap soyuz. In addition the klay drian per day whenever there is a surplus of reinforced during the growing period the resulting poos of surface water can lead to waterlogging dommage for the crops.

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Tourists or Terrorists? Officer Rejects GOP Lawmaker’s Characterization of Capitol Rioters

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 5 hrs ago

Tourists or Terrorists? Officer Rejects GOP Lawmaker’s Characterization of Capitol Rioters

"As a house panel investigates the capital insurrection a Washington police officer has poked fun at one way Republicans have characterized the rioters at a hearing two months ago George's injury Clyde said those in the capital that day were orderly you would actually think it was a normal tourist visit while Clyde called them tourists terrorists pushed through the line and gauged us in hand to hand combat what do you call the attackers terrorists and what do you think about our colleagues who think we should call them tourists officer Daniel Hodges since first response yesterday to congressman Jamie Raskin was a joke that's what American tourists are like I can see why foreign countries don't like American tourists but after the laughter US code title eighteen part one chapter one one three B. isn't brown Hodges read how the law defines acts of domestic terrorism in part to affect the conduct of a government by mass destruction assassination or kidnapping Sager mag ani Washington

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CDC changes course on indoor masks in some parts of the US

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 5 hrs ago

CDC changes course on indoor masks in some parts of the US

"The CDC is shifting course and recommending vaccinated Americans in parts of the country go back to wearing masks indoors the change came two and a half months after chief Richelle Wilensky said fully vaccinated Americans could go Maskell is seeing more indoor locales we have all long for this moment but yesterday Wilensky cited new information about the delta variant rare occasion some vaccinated people infected with the delta variant after vaccination may be contagious and spread the virus to others the new guidance applies to areas with at least fifty cases per one hundred thousand people in the last week some sixty percent of U. S. counties most new infections are still among unvaccinated people president Biden says his administration is considering requiring all federal workers to get vaccinated Sager mag ani Washington

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How Trifecta is Hacking the American Diet With Trifecta CEO Greg Connolly

Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:44 min | 6 hrs ago

How Trifecta is Hacking the American Diet With Trifecta CEO Greg Connolly

"Let's be honest. The vast majority of americans their overweight. they're obese. we're talking not just like over fifty percent. We're talking the vast majority so what specifically is wrong. And how are you setting about to fix it. It's a great question. And getting into the business being savvy entrepreneurs i'd i i always encourage people to look deeply at the problem. You now think thinking through the obesity of damage. Most people are like. Oh it's personal choice. People just need to pick a salad instead of a mcdonald's big mac and if you look back over history going back to the eighty seventies and even sixties. We didn't have this problem in the united states. It's relatively new problem for us. And the transition that happened in society Which was a fantastic Transition that all of us are in full support of Was that women. Entered the workforce so there was no longer one major member of the household at home cooking three meals a day. Like leave it to beaver style You now have women working right alongside men fifty sixty plus hours a week like like my wife That created a environment in the economy. Where getting food quickly became the key. Thing that americans focused on and that in the late seventies and especially in the eighties and nineties led to the rise of fast food ultimately time became the big factor for people to eat and as that happened You know we started focusing less and less on You know on the health aspect cooking from home and all of those types of things when it comes to eating and more and more on the convenience of food so that was our fix with trifecta as we said how can we be more convenient than fast food. And you know unless you're in puerto rico. Sorry john You know we we shipped the food fully cooked directly to your door. You don't even have to go through the drive through That was our market solution to out compete fast food in the marketplace So that that really was our whatever you wanna call. It are better mouse trap or solution. excetera is we shortened. The supply chain By cutting the the retailer and the distributor out of the equation so you don't you don't go to the grocery store to pick up trifecta you ordered on the internet we ship it directly to your house

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Breaking Your Emotional Cycles With Joyce Schafers

LifePix Relationships With ST

01:47 min | 6 hrs ago

Breaking Your Emotional Cycles With Joyce Schafers

"So. My husband and i met online. So after i'd been divorced for about five years kind of really getting my life together understanding this pattern of failed relationships and when my ex husband left me i realized you know what i'm the. I'm the common denominator in this pattern of failed relationships so i spent a good five years really Dealing with what. I call my broken bits. The parts to me that perpetuated this pattern of failed relationships so in that five year period. I developed a counseling model which used today But really spent that time working on me. And i think that was crucial in putting me in a position of meeting. Someone as amazing as my husband is Because i was. I really worked at parts of me. That made it so. I wasn't choosing the right kind of people so yeah so we met online and yet right away. I could tell that he was going to be drug for me though he was so. I'm now you've done that work working. You're like certain you're not gonna bring over those bad behavior patterns or your old self into your new relationship for you. still worry about. It had gotten to the point. That i it simply Was not an option to have that cycle perpetuate so i had a pattern rates sri failed relationships all with alcoholic. Man all with them leaving me for other women. So so i got to the point where no i was no longer worried with about it because i i really did recognize that i dealt i dealt with the issue. That was fueling that Pattern in the first

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The Mysterious Death of Bobby Fuller

Ghost Town

02:56 min | 7 hrs ago

The Mysterious Death of Bobby Fuller

"This is the story of the mysterious and still unsolved death of bobby fuller of the band. Bobby fuller four people are like i'm not three hundred years old. I don't know who that is. Well i am three hundred years old. So i'm going to tell you if you're familiar with the song i fought the law. Yeah they did a cover of that and that was probably their biggest hit was their version of i fought. The law isn't a little bit faster and kind of lower. It's kind of like an you know mid sixties rockin. I think version is great. There's a ton of covers of it. Dead kennedys the clash has a pretty pretty popular version. But i would say it's up there with those mitsu. Pretty pretty uptempo and a lot of people have covered it. It's an out wall song. I resonate with because i'm such an outlaw myself. That's true but the law always win so law always wins. Because i don't defy it. Yeah okay fair on. July eighteenth nineteen sixty six. Bobby fuller was found dead inside of his car at the age of twenty three in hollywood california so we have la story. That's why i was always so interested in this and the circumstances around his death are sort of mesmerizing in with all the different bits of information that are at play And i think it's always been ruled as a suicide somewhat dismissive but people are still looking into it and people really feel like they don't have answers and based on the information it doesn't make a lot of sense and twenty three to twenty three in the sixties is like he already has grandchildren and listen rock and rollers. Burn out the twenty seven club. You know we've talked about janis joplin. We've talked about many musicians. This doesn't seem to be any of those things it's not like he was a star for a while and then just kind of reaping those rewards of being a rockstar and it took a toll on him although i can't speak to what's going on in the human being's mind really kind of on the verge of being star and that ended in the early hours of july eighteenth nineteen sixty six bobby fuller received a phone call left his hollywood apartment his mother lorraine was out. I think she was living with him or near him. She was out from el paso and it was her oldsmobile that he borrowed gotta nice big. I think i learned how to drive in an oldsmobile. Big green one. I love like the ones that are wood-paneled and really long like a hearse it is. It's pretty solid piece of machinery on it and really. This oldsmobile essentially becomes his tomb in a way so the the car is somewhat important. It's an important figure in this is because that's where he was found and a lot of strange things. Circumstantially have taken place but there's no answers.

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Q&A: Can You Get Paid for Views on a Popular Social Post?

Side Hustle School

02:44 min | 7 hrs ago

Q&A: Can You Get Paid for Views on a Popular Social Post?

"A few years ago. I wrote on a post on facebook that ended up going viral. I didn't have a business account but all of the sudden. I had tens of thousands of people viewing sharing and commenting on the post. It took weeks for the attention to die down. I've thought about this experience ever since. Was there some way to monetize all this attention that i just didn't see at the time. There's some social networks pay people based on the number of views their poster sleeve. Unfortunately i haven't been able to replicate those results since then but i wonder if there's a key or less than i can apply some other way. Thanks chris but as i said this reminds me of a story i knew a guy who had a very similar experience to justin. He wrote a post on a personal account. Wasn't intended to be anything business at all and that post ended up blowing up to the point where he received massive attention in a short period of time so all of a sudden he was receiving not just thousands of comments on the post but thousands of messages from people who were looking for help and he was. He was writing about something personal and it really struck a cord. I think that had something to do with it. And this guy reached out to me and some other people asking for advice because he was overwhelmed like a lot of the people writing to him wanting to hire him for coaching. A lot of people just had questions. They wanted answers. There were offers from talent agents all sorts of interesting as well as some questionable opportunities coming his way and i said it happened in this very condensed period of time. You know just like justin experience a couple of weeks. Sorta fast forward a bit. That guy ended up being pretty disappointed because he thought also always like. I'm gonna make a business out of this and i'm getting famous an assistant and and basically short version one viral post doesn't make business and he assumed that whatever he posted next would have similar results and that didn't happen at all or he thought well. Maybe it won't be huge but at least it'll be bic and it wasn't because the vast majority of all that attention he received was about this one original post ninety nine point nine nine nine. Whatever percent of those people didn't stick around so it's an interesting experience to have for sure but difficult to go from zero to whatever that is all that attention and then somehow kind of settle so to get to our caller's question here justin. It's great that you had that success. I would say instead of second guessing yourself instead of trying to capitalize on that particular incident that particular posts and instead of trying to recreate it. Because you probably won't be able to. I think it's best to think about why you're post created such an impact and is that area that topic something you want to work on more. If so don't think about your next strategy to go viral. Think about your next steps to create more of a foundation.

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Instagram Beefs up Privacy Settings for Its Teen Users

Talking Tech

01:57 min | 7 hrs ago

Instagram Beefs up Privacy Settings for Its Teen Users

"Facebook has announced some extra steps. The social network is taking for its popular app instagram. To make the platform safer and more private for teens. My colleague and regular talking tech. Guess terry collins wrote about this in a story you can read on tech usa. Today dot com the updates on instagram include automatically enrolling teen users under the age of sixteen into private accounts instead of making them public by default. It will also make it harder for potentially suspicious accounts to find younger users and limit the options advertisers have to reach younger users. This these updates will also take advantage of ai to detect users age so for example if a user is on facebook and shared their age their the will be able to check that if that user also has an instagram account. This update arrives as facebook is discussed exploring whether to launch a version of instagram for kids. The company said it will make safety and privacy a priority and quote consult with experts in child development child safety and mental health and privacy advocates to inform it and quote however several groups and lawmakers are working collectively to stop a potential instagram for kids in may facebook receive more than one hundred eighty thousand signatures in a series of petitions from a group of nonprofit in grass roots organizations urging the tech giant to scrap this plan. Now despite the changes instagram's making now some experts terry spoke with his story. Have race skepticism. About how well these updates will work to protect teens among them is titania jordan. Who is chief parenting officer for bar. Which is in atlanta based tech watchdog group. She said even though instagram appears to be addressing issues such as online predation underage users and advertising standards for teens the platform needs to also be aware of other issues including cyberbullying self harm and also exposure to misinformation. Obviously we're going to hear a lot. More of this on this front as facebook pursues version of instagram for kids and as these updates roll out how they're used over the next few

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Ali Wong on Being a Private School Asian

Netflix is A Daily Joke

01:34 min | 7 hrs ago

Ali Wong on Being a Private School Asian

"I grew up going to private school to him. And i are both total like private school. Asians we both are big hippies to we like to backpack through southeast asia. We like to do yoga. We do iowa oscar ceremonies. We do seven meditation retreats. That's right we pay eight hundred dollars to shut up for a weekend. We do shit like that. We eat gluten free which means we eat all that bread that tastes like free range to baca. We eat that lesbian bread. That's like a thousand percent of your daily fiber and twenty percents spoken word poetry. When you eat it you que- shitty poem about supporting caitlyn jenner. Or whatever and so. It's funny right because he's asian to but sometimes all of this hippy. Dippy shit we do makes me feel like we are white. People doing an impression of asian people like we have these chinese scrolls up on the wall and neither of us know what the fuck they mean like that seems to go very well with our buddha piggy bank from pier. One imports needs to be providing some good food way for the house.

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When Simone Biles Pulled out, Jordan Chiles Stepped In

News, Traffic and Weather

02:03 min | 7 hrs ago

When Simone Biles Pulled out, Jordan Chiles Stepped In

"Native steps up as the goat in her sport steps out the face of the summer Games. Most popular sport made a stunning decision to drop out of the women's gymnastics team final. Simone Biles had one disappointing appearance on the vault and then told reporters it was not an injury. It's been really stressful this Olympic games. I think just as a whole not having an audience. There are a lot of different variables going into it. It's been a long week. It's been a long Olympic process. It's been a long Year Without Biles. Russia's Olympic Committee took the gold medal. But the United States still earned silver thanks to the efforts of Simone's good friend and training partner, Jordan Child's 20 Years of age from Vancouver, Washington training in Spring, Texas along with some miles these days, And boy can she explode off of the table very similar to Simone, Watch how high she flies right here all big Jordan. Childs had been slated to compete in only two events in the team finals, vault and floor but added balance beam and uneven bars to help her country. She was born into wall It's in Oregon named Jordan after the great basketball player and her boundless energy, a perfect match for gymnastics, overcoming painful injuries to pursue greatness. I had a cramp. In the back of my leg for a long time. I try to push through it, but it's getting hard. Jordan moved to gymnastics programs in Vancouver, Washington, capturing her first US junior title at age 13. She also met her gymnastics hero, Simone Biles came out of the elevator and I saw her and I like I never thought I would run as fast as I did to somebody that I did not know to hit it off in. Simone urged her new friend to move to Texas for pro training. She did so after high school and found joy in performing for the person who matters most. Once I realized that idea to stop doing it for other people and start getting it for myself, that's when I was like, just be free. Have fun with Jordan. Child's did not qualify for individual event finals this week, but her first trip to the Olympics memorable for so many reasons. I'm

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Olympic Champ Biles Withdraws From All-Around Competition

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 7 hrs ago

Olympic Champ Biles Withdraws From All-Around Competition

"USA gymnastics superstar Simone Biles has withdrawn from Thursday's all around competition to focus on her mental well being the decision comes a day after Biles removed herself from the team final following one rotation because she felt she wasn't mentally ready J. Kerry will take piles place in the all around Kerry initially didn't qualify because she was the third ranking American behind Biles and Sunnis to lead international gymnastics federation rules limit countries to to athletes per event in the finals the organization said Biles will be evaluated before deciding if she will participate in next week's individual events I'm Dave Ferrie

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Bellinger's Blunder in 8th Helps Giants Top Dodgers 2-1

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 8 hrs ago

Bellinger's Blunder in 8th Helps Giants Top Dodgers 2-1

"In the opener of an important series between the first place giants in the second place Dodgers internationally west San Francisco beat LA two to one in the bottom of the eighth tied at one with two runners on Darren rough grounded out to second Max Muncy through first for one out but Cody Bellinger thought he could throw out buster Posey running to third base is there across the don was high and wide off the safety net and allowed Posey to score the winning run Tyler Rogers got the win in relief Jake McGee closed out the ninth for his twenty first save Riley on San Francisco

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Simone Biles Withdraws From the Individual All-Around Final

News, Traffic and Weather

01:05 min | 8 hrs ago

Simone Biles Withdraws From the Individual All-Around Final

"Olympic Games in Tokyo for the star of Team USA, considered by many the greatest of all time in her sport. ABC is Megan Norwood has those details. US gymnastics starts Simone Biles stepping off the men on Tuesday, suddenly withdrawing from team finals in Tokyo said No, I know I'm going to be fine. But I can't risk a medal for the team's vials exiting the competition after the first rotation, Team USA, releasing a statement saying Simone withdrew. Due to a medical issue. Biles later saying she just wasn't in the right headspace to compete. I say put mental health first, because if you don't then you're not going to enjoy your sport, and you're not going to succeed as much as he wants to the Russian Olympic Committee going on to take the gold Biles cheering on her American teammates from the sidelines as they held on for Silver 24 year old tweeting, a simple silver heart as a nod to team USA, So they were like, Okay. Well, if Simone says this, and we need to take a pretty serious and so, um, I had the correct people around me to do that bow out from Biles comes just

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Olympic Swimming Highlights: Katie Ledecky Wins Gold in First Women’s 1,500

Ben Maller

00:16 sec | 9 hrs ago

Olympic Swimming Highlights: Katie Ledecky Wins Gold in First Women’s 1,500

"Earlier on Wednesday In Tokyo, American swimmer Katie Ledecky won the gold medal in the 1500 M freestyle by a four second margin her sixth career Olympic gold. Tied for second all time in women's swimming American Erica Sullivan captured the

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Jiménez Hits 3-Run HR, Rallies White Sox Past Royals 5-3

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 9 hrs ago

Jiménez Hits 3-Run HR, Rallies White Sox Past Royals 5-3

"Hello we are meant as belts a three run Homer in the top of the eighth to lift the white Sox past the Royals five to three minutes playing in just his second game of the season hit a Homer they couldn't have come at a better time for Chicago which trailed three to one before scoring four times in the eighth Kyle Zimmer served up the three run shot a what he called a slider that got away he suffered the loss which negated a quality start by Brad Kellar I don't make excuses it's just really unfortunate but I just I felt like that that could she slipped out and yelled out and that cost us the game the bullpen failure snaps a six game winning streak for the Royals will the A. L. central leading white Sox win for just the second time in the last six games I'm Danny cap

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"one way" Discussed on My Career Fit

My Career Fit

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"one way" Discussed on My Career Fit

"Welcome to the my career fifth podcast, the newest Goto destination for researching companies and careers. I'm your host, Gordon Call Your and we put things like culture vision and mission at the top of your job search in provide you an opportunity to hear from hiring leaders from some of the top organizations around the country and the world. He podcast listeners this Gordon, collier the host of the microphone podcast. Before we jump into today's job search advice episode, I want to tell you about Informatica data is powering today's economy and businesses with intelligent and automated data are going to win and with ninety five, hundred customers in eighty two countries and eighty five of the fortune one hundred using the products and services offered by the global industry leader Informatica. The race to the future is a race for data and we had an opportunity to talk with Alex. Her Alex is the Employment Brand Program Manager for informatica and really is the champion. What it is like to work, at Informatica, he is in charge of Hashtag life at IFA. So check out the episode we posted just recently you can find a wherever you subscribe and listened to the microphone podcast. Thanks for checking in today and I hope you enjoy. And Good Morning Jobseeker's this is Gordon Call your host in the my career fit podcasts for today is Wednesday morning, which means we are dropping our job search advice episode This is a little bit of a unique episode in the sense that I'm not GonNa really tell you. Necessarily had to go find a job but I wanted to bring up something that I thought was important because There is the concept of employees loyalty. To employers and then on the flip side, there is, of course, employer loyalty directed towards the employees. I wanted to share a first story and then just my two cents on employer employee loyalty how you should really think about this. So. There was a post. And I'm recording this actually probably three or four weeks ahead of time. But there was A. There was a post only and it was actually very upsetting. This lady was a senior leader within marketing. And her employer basically fired her while she was on medical leave for a disability. during the pandemic with no severance, and they immediately revoked her health insurance and. She hadn't shared this at all this has happened back in April. But she was basically fired when she was unable to meet the demands of coming back to work before her doctor had cleared her to do so I'm sorry but it's marketing. It is not necessary for you to be in the office. In really even if your home. If the doctors told you you need to like. And just get healthy then you should do that and no employer should be forcing you. To come back to work, that's just absolutely ridiculous. I couldn't believe it. I just thought it was absolutely unbelievable. But my friends there are millions of people. Who have learned unfortunately, a very hard way that when times get tough. Employers do an will cut you and run. They'll cut your benefits they will cut your paycheck. You might get a little bit of a PTO payout that's going to be at loyalty basically has always been very much a one way street despite what you may have heard. Especially, in the past, probably five or ten years in employees are always going to be the ones to get. Cut I because of salaries and benefits, it's very expensive to have an employee. So just trust me when I say that businesses are going to continue to act that way. And their executives who are singing other taking cuts in pay and all this stuff in order to try to say look CEO's make a ton of compensation in most of it has nothing to do with their base salary. So you know maybe they're saying they're taking a fifty percent cut that's fantastic but they are still getting all kinds of bonus and stock so. They're not hurting okay they are not hurting at all. They're not worrying about groceries or paying the bills or making sure that their mortgage Payton. So. You, know look this is this is about you keep loyalty in perspective don't feel terrible. Do not feel shamed or guilty for taking a better offer somewhere else if something comes up. You have to look out for yourself you have to look out for your family. And my friends that is not being selfish. That's called being an adult. That is called being someone who? Understands the needs of. Not only themselves but the needs of the people around them who? Perhaps are. They are betting every day that you're going to be at work and you're going to bring home a paycheck of some sort especially now in the midst of this global pandemic. So when you think about loyalty, just keep in mind you should go into work everyday and you should do your best. You should give it one hundred percent every single day. But just remember that at the end of the day when it comes down to it. The company that you work for. If they have to they will probably let you go. When push comes to shove and they will not think twice about it. So, just keep that in mind my friends. I share this to just help remind you that nothing is given. Nothing is ever guaranteed a life unfortunately is not fair. and. So you have to be very self aware of the things that are going on around you. Aren't my friends listen have a fantastic Wednesday keep pushing. We'll get through this together take..

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"one way" Discussed on Wells Adams and Brandi Cyrus's show

Wells Adams and Brandi Cyrus's show

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"one way" Discussed on Wells Adams and Brandi Cyrus's show

"Fashion choices and criticized my friend mats, fashion choices, and we did a whole segment on men's fashion. really fun, and then my mom had her high school. Best Friend Mrs E on is our guest, and her and missy are who like if you lack, hear my mom, talk the then listen this week because you get to your to people. Talk like that and they're nuts, but great episode, so if you want if you're looking for another podcast, or if you liked me enough to listen to me twice a week, check it out. It's called. Sorry were stoned I don't get stoned though but Tisch does should get stone one episode Athens. Sound bad magic mushrooms! From the everything you said something pretty good. Watch. Documentary Doug Maze really really cool to my other podcast called the wells cast. Basically it's coming on, and we discover their origin story like very interesting to me. How people got to where they are now? Like? How did you have this system? Like? What did you do the steps she took to get the blue checkmark together hit show at what happened in the. Obviously, it's a lot luck, and then it's a lot of hard work and hustle, and that's a common denominator of everybody is that they really really worked hard so many people come up to me and they're like. How did Did you do all this granted. I went on the bachelor that helped, but like I had this big radio career long before any of that and I work really really hard, and so I was like we should do a show where people understand. See what the blueprint saw success, because I think a lot of people think that like fame and success is an overnight thing, and like not the case Bro like it takes a lot of work and a Lotta Hustle and a lot of sacrifices, so he's the wells cast I mean. Obviously, it's they're really interested. They're all famous people. M-. Movie Stars TV Stars. Musicians authors, athletes, and stuff like that, so yeah, well scouts go check it out. Sick Bre! Wait hold on Real Quick Konya Twenty twenty. Oh I! Know I'm pretty sure. It's a joke, but Paris Hilton also something about running out. Oh, my Lord view ever seen the movie idiosyncrasy now. Okay, it's funny to see it Luke Wilson's. Alexa. It's what plants crave. It's takes place in the future. It's like how the world has just become so dumb. Everyone becomes has become so stupid, and I feel like were pivoting towards that I would agree on new West for President I know. At an And trump homeys? Though I know that's what's weird about us. It's like trump like hey, man, you go run, pull votes away from Biden like I hadn't even know. I never talk politics and I know that this is going to be Steph. Everyone's going to hate me for this or whatever you got Donald Trump on one side, and you got Joe Biden on the other side. It's got two guys who like when they talk zero cents both of them and then you, can you. Can we have just one person there? That makes some sense when they talk just so let's. Not just some any. Sense. When they talk, you're like okay. I understand you're talking about. Not even the guy agree with what you're saying I just want. Okay I I actually know what you're talking about. Who My mom thinks should run quiche bottoms the mayor of Atlanta. My mom thinks she should run. She's Big Fan, but just said that every time she comes on television whatever she's just like really well-spoken, really smart. She's a black woman and it would be so sick of a black woman president. Can she say a sentence? That makes some sense. Yes, she's very well-spoken heart if she can flare if you can say if you can say hello, my name is x Y and Z. and. The Sky is blue. I could be like all right. I made sense I can vote for this person tweeted out like everybody twenty twenty couldn't get any worse then. Conway hold my beer. I saw that. Yeah, I saw that he's not really gonNA run, is he? There's no way. Can you imagine Kanye West as the President United States, and that would make Kim Kardashian Florida's. How crazy that be. I would be. Too Much, I'm going to space goodbye. Only later going right now before you do. I WANNA a song. Okay, have you heard? Ben Folds New Song about though world asked I haven't heard the name Ben folds in a few years. I. Mean you know he's a throwback artist at this point I normally, we only play like thirty seconds, and at the risk of being sued I want more this because this song that Ben Folds wrote is so good. It's called twenty twenty. Lawyer fees I know I feel like Ben Folds is enough to know that we're trying to promote and like this song so.

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"one way" Discussed on She Reads Truth Podcast

She Reads Truth Podcast

12:45 min | 1 year ago

"one way" Discussed on She Reads Truth Podcast

"Marissa's toward God okay. There's one more thing I want to talk about before running out time. But we have this image in ecclesiastical that we've talked about even today multiple times the chasing after the wind and I just in clearly. That's a lot of what we do as a society in doing that. We become very very blind to the humanity of those that chase beside us. You know that we're all running after our thing. We're very individualistic. We're very much trying to amass. It is that we're trying to amass whether it'd be wealth you know comfort whatever it is and I think Scott of your book even new book coming out rights called a gentle answer right. What's the subtitle or secret weapon in an age of US against them? That's right because one of the things I love most about your subtitles that you secret weapon in air quotes for us. That's right. That was very intentional. Had loved it. I knew it was and I loved it but the age of us against them. That's very much what this feels like. And it feels like that's kind of what's been called to a halt a little bit is that I we've talked on this podcast even about how we feel a kinship to those around us in a way that's unique to what we've experienced previously that we all have a common enemy right now in the virus right but so much of that. Us AGAINST THEM CULTURE. I think I can hear. Echoes of that in Solomon Writing ECCLESIASTES. That like I'm chasing the wind. I'm chasing what I'm chasing without regard to those around me often like it's very easy to just get focus on the thing. We think we have to have thing. We think we have to accomplish so talks about that. Because I feel like I feel like there's a connection there with the Cleveland is there. I mean since ECCLESIASTES is my favorite book of the Bible. There's into everything with ECCLESIASTES is right. I mean in a circuitous a yeah. I think so because our anx in our outrage is a function of dissatisfaction right and ecclesiastes is just an expression of our dissatisfaction with things and the thing that the writer of Ecclesiastes says the same thing. Soma do after they express their dissatisfaction. They run to the CURE WHOSE CHRIST HIMSELF. And if we don't the cure to our dissatisfaction in plain view then the win that we're going to chase after is some sort of some version of control some version of faux or false pseudo-victory and often that manifests in outrage. Some of your listeners. Who were familiar with my history or who? I am no that I worked with Tim. Keller for for several years in New York and one of the things that his wife Kathy says is so clever and so true. The natural religion of every human heart is self righteousness. We're trying to build a righteousness of our own and the writer of ECCLESIASTES chasing after the wind is chasing after righteousness chasing after significance as a chasing after a narrative that enables me to say I'm okay. Money Sex power you know. Those are the three primary culprits. Everything fits under those categories in one way form or another but one form of power is outrage is putting others down to feel superior and you see this in Luke. Eighteen nine where Jesus describes some trusted in themselves that they were righteous and treated others with contempt. The whole premise of the book is proverbs. Fifteen one and says a gentle answer turns away wrath if we want to be a solution rather than a part of the problem. Gentleness has to play into the equation. Even if I'm a very prophetic person and there's something to be said for a prophetic voice. Pick your subject. Racism HUGE PROBLEM. It needs to be challenged women being exploited and abused in the workplace huge problem. For many many many years we go on and on immigrants and refugees completely fragile exile from their homes. It's a problem if we just let that happen right and so you know. Cs Lewis Talks about how Christianity is a fighting religion. We see what's wrong with the world and we go after it right for healing and redemption. But if that fighting impulse against the wrong in the world is not accompanied by tenderness and Gentleness. The lion is not accompanied by the lamb. We're just angry. We're just rangers. And I've never met a person who was persuaded by being scolded or by being put in their place or call ashamed and and you know the beauty of Jesus Christ in the beauty of person that's or community of people that's filled with the spirit is that there's this ability an impulse to flex the muscles of compassion conviction at the same time and the general answers just an effort to say. Hey wait let's. Let's remember the compassionate part. Let's remember the gentleness and tenderness part and bring that into the equation as we address the wrong in the world. Otherwise we're just going to be another corner of people. Shouting if feels really timely. I'm sure it's not the best time to release a bug strategically because we have other friends books right now. So yeah it's got a crazy so this book comes out next Tuesday June second and I'm really excited about this. I got a peek at the table of contents this morning. And it's possibly my favourite table of contents of a book ever seen. I told you I really liked it but I didn't say that. Here's what I like about it. And of course this is the way that you structured it like there's kind of a part one and apart to and it starts with the gentleness Jesus has for us and then part two is how gentleness changes us but it's important that order that a soft answer turned away wrath but harsh words starts up content. This is I told you today. This is the first Bible verse I ever Taught My young Oliver when he was a little guy. Not because that was like the best I could think to but it was a in the ABC Bible verses that we were memorizing but it happens to be versus bobble. He's Ephraim memorize. And so it's been something that has mattered in our home but not because of we love because he first loved us and so you start your book. Scott with the first chapters are he. Befriends the center in US he reforms the Pharisee as and he disarms the CYNIC US. And once that's done which it is done and he will continue to do then we get to go into that second half like how gentleness changes and. I love this. I'm actually GonNa Redo these chapter titles. I'm so excited about this. But so here is how his gentleness changes I wieder thicker skin next. We do anger well. We receive criticism graciously. We forgive all the way. And then we bless our own betrayers. None of that happens before Jesus makes the change in that. We can't do that other people saying I love this table of contents and I can't wait to read the contents of the table of contents. I can't wait to read the contents of the day old guy. So this comes out next Tuesday June. Second Y'all go ahead and pre-order it because who knows how long it will take for books to arrive but if you Google Amazon. You wanted to start heading that way. It is a crazy time to release a book but I feel like we're ready for that book. We need it like I want to believe that there is a softening that is taking place so that we can receive that message that like as we're coming out of hiding just kind of what it like like. Let's do this well. And what if it's a fresh start and we don't have to go after each other the way that we did before and keeping the kingdom in view and keeping that lens the one we're looking through. I think to Amanda Rachel. This could be at least in our time in the current time one of the greatest opportunities that people who identify as followers of Christ have for witness of the world because faithful witness is about being counterculture in a beautiful way not counterculture in an against culture sort of way but a counterculture in a way that adds life and adds value and adds beauty rest to a restless climate. And so hopefully. It'll help move the needle in in some people's lives or communities but I hesitate. Thanks for drawing attention on even like it was a couple of weeks ago scarlet. Hildebrand was on and she was talking about praying with her grandma and she was dating. Pray with old people whenever you can. Because they're so is and they walked with the Lord for so long and said you know give us peace and joy because that is our testimony and that is our testimony to have a gentle answer. That is the testimony that we have. It's what sets US apart. So Scott here. On the sheer truth podcast. Yes you now. Of course that we open our bibles and talk about the beauty. Goodness and truth. We've find there and we always like to wrap it up with just a look around and looking at the beauty goodness and truth that we find in our everyday lives that points us to Christ and so Amanda and Scott what you guys got. What's your BG t for the week? So we talked a little bit today actually end last week about nature. And I've had a moment you know. Sometimes I feel like we lean toward one of the three beauty goodness truth but my evening walks which I say my evening walks like these had been part of my life for a long time. They have not but in current circumstances. It has really been a moment of pause and just sanity for me and I usually go alone Take my daughter occasionally or one of the boys but just it's been a place where all three of those have really collided for me. So generally I will go in the evening right before. Sundown puts beautiful through peaceful. But I'll take my air pods. I'll listen to lately. I've been listening to a lot of Sandra mccracken which is very like scripture saturated lyrics. And so I'll listen to music so there's like the beauty of that art the goodness of just being in creation. Which though we've been home a lot of it necessarily been outside a ton so doing and then just being reminded feel like. It's a moment where I stop. I just make my mind stop and I just let the spirit of Christ Minister Truth to me and in remembering what I already know to be true when he's already taught my heart and so so. Yeah so my walks have been. They've been nice brief but it's enough. It's good yeah so I'm GONNA say a small handful of people in my life who are not willing to let covid nineteen dictate the storyline. So here's an anecdote and I'm talking about my own family. Both my daughters are seniors one in college one in high school and they're both finishing high school and college without their friends without all the things that you look forward to when you finish high school and college and for a student that's a loss and it's a lot of anti-climax right and so our oldest daughter. Abby was home doing college from home and one night it was GONNA BE. Prom night until it wasn't and you know our youngest daughter has been dating a young guy named Sam Ellis for a couple of years and just you know. That's a real sadness for them. And so at my wife decides to do is we'RE NOT GONNA. Kill Prom and so patty tells ellie our youngest daughter to put on her prom dress because we bought the dress patty pulls out the dress from her prom that still phase her and I get suited up and abby our oldest as the disc jockey and the surprise guest you..

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"one way" Discussed on Millennial

Millennial

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"one way" Discussed on Millennial

"Before another who's one step at a time as they start talking ty asia about multiple ticket avenues they realize that the odds are against them so they start considering other options as well we were fifty about whether she would get on a boat and try to come to the united states whether we would try to get her to canada maybe the family would resettle in canada instead of the us we are exploring the canadian option i was reaching out to friends who might know things about private aviation so you know we were were just kinda working angles i just wanna pause for a second and say that as i was listening to brian talk about this i would have thought that he was talking about a family member or close friend not a total stranger and while he and his facebook friends are making all of these phone calls and sending emails and going back and forth bonna this young woman has been in iraq alone with no idea the amount of attention she is receiving i think i i asked maybe sunday night or monday i asked to ataman erin you know when we get the politicians involved and never occurred to me that i could go to my congress woman's office with this kind of issue or that i had access to my politicians in the way that adam o'brien are describing but it works the office of congresswoman shelly pingree has connections with an airline and they say that they're able to book a ticket for bonn at to the us so excited i was in the grocery store when brian finally get you know emailed or talks that i can remember and set i got you know we got her a ticket and so we have this funny tux chain where i was like i'm cry at the grocery store in autumn was like i'm crying on the street and portland's they were able to buy a ticket for bonn to get to the us.

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"one way" Discussed on Millennial

Millennial

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"one way" Discussed on Millennial

"Out of the united states of america we don't want them here when president trump announced the executive order on travel and january i was in front of my computer scrolling and i remember coming across an article from our local paper on facebook the headline read families american dreams turned to nightmare as trump order traps daughter in iraq basically the article was saying that an iraqi man lobbied had served the american army and he and his family had just arrived to the us but they're twenty year old daughter bonna had not she was still in iraq waiting for a visa banal can be reunited with her family because of the travel ban after i read this article my energy level dropped but then i click the back button and continued scrolling through facebook but adam did something different wall sir with outrage jozo rage by the band to begin with and then this was a human story this is how what it meant to was an conceptual wasn't theoretical though as an ideological this was how it broker family and identified as being a dad and trying to imagine i think this probably will meet the criteria as but just couldn't imagine being a dad and be like your daughter can't come with you and you might not overseer again and i posted at a facebook post facebook a moments bad also definitely been my outlet see something get outraged post to facebook and move on but after adam posted this article he received a few responses i said get her a boston over the next six days i will help with air travel that's brian he's one of atoms facebook friends and as a retired lawyer he had red adams post and the article and was basically saying i'll pay for this woman's plane ticket if you can get or to the us yet will drop this little calmer but there was no other follow up bruisers this curler i'll put this here see what happens.

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"one way" Discussed on Millennial

Millennial

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"one way" Discussed on Millennial

"All you have to do is go to survey nerds dot com slash millennial to els to ends it would be a huge help for the show and for the radio toby a network and it would mean a lot to us that's survey nerds dot com slash millennial and thanks in advance some days when i get on the computer and i check my facebook it's really easy for me to feel overwhelmed yeah three airport police officers dragging an unidentified sixty nine year old man from his seat and down the iron ever to deal is in mourning tonight after a deadly elementary school shooting here is the very latest president trump taking major steps to strippeddown obama era regulations to combat climate change i guess i'm one of those people who when i start to feel overwhelmed by the state of the world my instinct is to freeze up and to scroll right pass all of these articles impose but what would happen if i didn't scroll and i decided to do something you're listening to millennial podcast about coming of age today we're going to continue our discussion about what activism looks like in the small ways and we're going to explore this question how do you not get overwhelmed when the world's problems feels so large how do you leverage here tiny resources and take action so i brought us some posted notes because what i'm thinking is i'll just have you kind of go through this series of events yeah january 28th whatever merger is to b the article came out that's adam he lives in portland and as a local community organizer but before we talked to him we have to back up a bit establishing new vetting measures to keep radical islamic terrorists.

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"one way" Discussed on Quit

Quit

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"one way" Discussed on Quit

"I dunno you've better eyesight in me what is that it looks like a light cycle is it a clamp on to pieces of wood like is he making a furniture and that edge it i don't know i can't tell it's not as face whatever it is he's got twelve followers and he count his private i'm gonna hit follow on their so now it's requested maybe he'll let me see some cop pictures or fbi patients donny brask has like a selfie and he's like undercover hashtag under dare pizza all right well that's it that's all we got that i would love to hear your amazon us three on you'll have to show off the do an act show but anyway who unify by far the tv such contacts and police amiri males is great i love i love talking to listeners and talking about them like this so send send emails in and we'll get two years on the show you can also email howdy suggestions for we should name that that broom uh tweet me but tweeter avenue coffee now patty bird ag d a bird on twitter i'm at dan benjamin on twitter we thank you so much for listening thanks to square space for sponsoring the show and of course if you're interested in starting a podcast please consider using our podcast hosting an analytics service fireside fireside dot fm and there's a coupon code quit will get you 20 percent off your first three months listen to this show go check out fifa got a fan thanks.

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"one way" Discussed on Quit

Quit

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"one way" Discussed on Quit

"But still bats it's very dramatic he lives a very dramatic life i will say well here's here's something that then i'm thinking about and that is you know i think that anybody who puts their life at risk furthermore daily on a daily basis for the greater good should be commended i think i are police officers fbi agents uh i mean anybody in this kind of work fire uh people i mean everything it's like that's a huge thing that they're doing fraud iso he he should be thanked i think thank you uh and houston these are raynham in two wasn't to you right so i would like thank him not you and anyway so you know thanks all of you who are doing this i would not want to suggest dude you got to get out there like you're risking your life like you that's dumb don't do that like i would never say that because without people doing this job we'd all be in trouble right but i think there comes a time also wife two kids not your passion right where yes thinking about this is something and 50 k year i think forever from now on we have ads and think of how that could help your future business niro oh no and making making some getting to do something that is your passionate you get to do every day that super important i'm gonna make some assumptions i'm gonna assume that his job is pretty stressful i'm going to assume that that he's unhappy hence hence the the manual labor and release of stress right of making furniture and producing something like i i think that he yearns for that the i think so to end.

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"one way" Discussed on Quit

Quit

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"one way" Discussed on Quit

"I'm in a busy metropolitan area so it's busy and dangerous he's got to be fbi unless he's you don't he's just a you he's federal s as word is faide government the last wait a minute fines on and hang on a second he says i'm a government employees to me that men federal government but he doesn't say that right it'd be a cop too i was going to say that that that might i'll would be fbi are cop which rajub it will fbi i would uh well but if he's a cop now you just in sultan i think he's a cop i think he's a cop kill i'm gonna say cobb what if he's listening to this right now and like he squad car oh cool is that there's a cobb listeners in his squad what if he is barred guy he's not borders is likely heart what if he's like a plain clothes detective and he's like right now the why he listens hold on no no no i just figure this out he's a plain clothes detective in the reasoning listens to the shows is because he's doing stakeouts all the time i mean rioting has to do his car and he's just got to sit there looking through their binoculars or whatever and watch helena dan benjamin with the one year phone going right and he's just all he's doing right now he's got the air phone in his got his all thermos with the coffee maybe some whisky he's sitting there he is an this is eaten as sandwich its lates like two am right now he's sitting there eating it and not a to bread sandwich it's one bred folder yup.

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"one way" Discussed on Quit

Quit

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"one way" Discussed on Quit

"That i now call it out yeah you said fbi law enforcement i think he's fbi i think he's fbi federal law enforcement yeah it has tore he could be a federal marshall what he's like ally in the ira either way it's pretty cool would you rather be if you could there was a movie with liam neeson use in airmarshal yeah i was a weird movie though palace he was like i had a problem with alcohol in his daughter diet or something something i've no idea we promise you that was based on this guy i know that's who this is like the real life may be anyway who would you rather be howdy fbi or federal marshal dot air marshal but just federal a federal marshal that susan that movie ukip telling me you wanna see on the show live oh yes and also give you show feverish and we'll also the tv show justified he's a marshall at brief knack and remember um i think fbi or federal a marshall is there okay well there's no jurisdiction changed between the two no i don't think so no one is more investigative and the other is just kind of enforcement like a challenge i do investigations of the idea a modern scholar fbi yeah so he's in a section of law enforcement quite frankly i can't take for granted that i'll make it out alive wa oh my gosh law without suffering a disabling injury in six years the way things are going.

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"one way" Discussed on Quit

Quit

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"one way" Discussed on Quit

"Is this person allow me to use their if you if you sent an email and you don't want me to use public right at the top rated the top say you can use my name you can't use my name all just call his person jay kazan on just in case dan this one's not addressed addi had he please do not amd respond to this one dan all right this the guy who got in touch with me uh over instant he was it measuring on instagram first and i said he'd email me because it ends instagram's not the right place to submit quick conte this along email but i'm going to read all 'cause i think it's important here's my current situation which is a bit complex and i hope you might be able to weigh in on my options all way in oh i won't vote yet is not addressed to here do not weighin so i'm in a different situation than most that i've heard brought up on the show i'm a government employee he's f hikes and i've been in my position now for fourteen years and i'm six years away from being able to collect a pension and move on with my life does not sound like he loves his job does he know the problem being that six years seems like forever when you're stuck in a spot that you have zero passion or interest in anymore i guess i'm trying to make sense of things and make a really informed decision about my future i have a wife and two children and although my wife works i'm the one with a higher income in the health benefits which being government employee plan are excellent and very affordable ultimately what i want to do is work for myself currently on the side i a furniture designer maker which is my true passion i plan to this fulltime and whatever juncture i am able to if i leave my position today and afterward twenty hours more we to do it i would in a heartbeat but a grapple with is giving up the pension which will amount to around fifty thousand dollars a year oh wow if i stay another six at which time i'll be a forty three years old he'll still be a baby i realized that i am very fortunate to have this.

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"one way" Discussed on Quit

Quit

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"one way" Discussed on Quit

"You know what the ant the answer's basically always yes unless there like have you ever handled radioactive material no czar hey i made on that but if if it some kind of job you there is something that you have done that will prepare you four whatever the job is that that you're doing the answer has got to be yes you don't now i'm not saying you lie i'm saying you find something in your life experience that led to answer yes it's all about the way that you think about things before i do the next email hattie oh before i do the second part part b of edwards email i want to i want to remind you to remind me to talk a little bit about the s three outage later oh i will make an and how poorly they handled uh talking about a technique now they handled fixing it really really well because his fix now yeah and they got it fix pretty fast but the way that they talked about it during and after mactaggart a whole showing a very vague next question also do you know anything about getting work at nonprofits well i would say it seems like the stigma around that is sort of like quote they are so financially constrained that you probably won't be able to get a job there unless you went to effectively worked for free unquote so that makes me scared to think that they're probably not many employment opportunities there i'm passionate about doing work actually care about hence the nonprofit question but i'm scared that given the financial constraints in that industry there won't be many job opportunities there thanks again guys edward from snowy denmark p s dan's usps stories are hilarious seriously thank you what speaking of of postal mail from other places dan i believe you have some some experience with a post.

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"one way" Discussed on Quit

Quit

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"one way" Discussed on Quit

"And they can say anything we want had he wanted uh one to say master professional and the and i said well then the other one should be called what was an cricket tie i didn't you say tienlin anchorage something i out but i don't i don't think we should get this up so i would like to hear what you guys think we should get an who we at once the office and won is the like the recording room so they could be called anything five by five they could say anything you want i want to hear what your ideas are get creative i feel like we should name the office part because it's like a longer room we should name it little box i know all my that's a our frequency throwback all right i like that one but i only hear their suggestions so yeah tweet how to your suggestion she's at patty bird ha d i e bird or twitter your suggestion or as the person at the restaurant said the other day is that ha bb aida yep minds let's jump into this feedback habby okay i'm ready this one is from our robert uh on his iphone and he says listening to episode 87 on the 24th of february 2017 one year later i'm happy you started doing quit again and especially happy you're doing podcasts method to thanks that's it he's out now why did i saw witness email because i appreciate you robert i appreciate everybody who takes the time to write in and although i don't always have time to write back i really appreciate it and little things like this uh i think had he make it all worthwhile to here i totally agree just a quick thank you said we held somebody people always have time to complain about something but people never take the time to just sent a quick thank you and just even saying little things like that it really it means a lot so thank you robert charts so this one i'm going to try not to hurt dispersants feelings 'cause i will admit renounced their name they they're nate and they say i can use the name of their name on the show for like an actor i do like i do like a law.

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"one way" Discussed on Quit

Quit

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"one way" Discussed on Quit

"To square spot to square space and their templates are beautiful awardwinning temple ellen thrice a race awardwinning is that trademarked not only that is there but they've been a longtime sponsor of us they believe in what we do and i to be honest i believe in what they do i think that they're creating a great service for so many years people would hire me an all they would want me to do would be to build them a website i basically got my degree in in on our website and scores base just makes it also much easier they have a wonderful service have got twenty four seven support any kind of problem that you have you just give them a call and while you don't get mccall it's all i've trotting the you email them yet it's it's and their it and their support is also word winning they've won a lot of awards for lots of different things there are always coming up with a new templates new looked in the way you customize it it's not through hd meller see assess you don't have to know any of that stuff the only thing that you need to to know how to do is to slide some sliders and click samah some check boxes and that's how you can you can complete can take you to people could start with the same template and you'll wind up with a completely different gorgeous amazing website oh totally and and you don't have to just be a business you can be a musician a designer an artist a restaurant whatever it they have they have everything for you i've told the story before but it it's true i was in a coffee shop not that long ago and i was hearing to people talk over here in the mall was waiting in line they were talking a the one woman was starting a business and she's a con and then the next thing we gotta do is it getting at our website now let's be so expensive and can take so long and uh and uh the other ones like oh my god i know we spent you know forever getting ours done in a dead today and unlike really and linked lamenting i just didn't.

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01:58 min | 4 years ago

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"The car that was used i think it was in cannonball run that clark at movie i would i would drive that car in a heartbeat if it was safe i felt like i could wouldn't just get you know the whole car the old ones are just did they're not safe you can't drive that around like a poem my kids in anyway why i think it's a mandatory the companies and people make it a two way street a twoway road communicating with other people it has to be a twoway street otherwise you come off looking like you don't care why beyond their if you're not going to communicate what are you using your millions of followers four nothing also why did they follow you if that's how they are going to give them i don't know it feels like you know twitter and things like that are supposed to make people more accessible maybe they just don't want petr for sponsor today in favour only one our our our parmar nonfarm on sir sir today is it is square space really oh yes what can you tell us owners but i can tell you a lot of things about square space that you have the i have i have made a a square space i made one for my sister g now laid out i made a signs i square spaced is that is that we do yeah the it is i'm playing it up stone squares bases grade you and make your next move would square spaces something you gotta to think about when it comes time to make a website when it comes on make any kind of website if you want to do a gallery of your work if you're a musician me when a poster album europe blogger you want to write a blog do articles published a magazine she create stuff ship it they have ecommerce built in i mean all of this stuff is is just built in.

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01:47 min | 4 years ago

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"The interactions what council why why hasn't master built fix this terrible pan why hasn't saco released one of these nino reissue watches or or special watches away omega did and you would think omega wouldn't do it as much of saco omega you think is some you know as many hundreds of years old brand from switzerland why would omega do it and saco you figure they're like kind of like japanese like japan's wired into the electrons revolution in an internet more than anybody he would think but they don't care we'll make another a strong here's one with black bracelet on new for 2017 black bracelet astra solar got solar power no rerelease when he are amazing 1970s automatics how would you like to you know they could do that then the thing is signal could do that if they want it well that's my question that i always ask you about cars like why don't they released those cars that are such classics that are you know people would pay to to drive a much safer version of as super classic car with all the updated things on the inside like i just don't understand it there i just feel like they're missing out on a huge market and they could crank the price up and they could you know take take personal orders you know for the car i don't i just don't understand menasheh i totally agree with you i um i i'm i'm baffled by this as well not like they don't have the machinery to make it all happen lee was a nineteen 1979 trans am.

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01:35 min | 4 years ago

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"The solution to fix the pan is you take their pan and you throw it away and you get instead of using their crappy like thin aluminum pan you get a like the great that's used on top of a gas stove which is eight dollars on amazon and you put that over the little ring that's built into the bottom where the burner pokes up inside of the smoker box you put it on top of that and then you get an eight inch castiron pan and you set down on top the great as if you're cooking just on like gas stovetop basically but once you have that in now you've got the best parent ever and it actually really really works or works much better i'm looking at the pan right now look at it and so harmful it's a piece of crap if i don't know who somebody like quick we need a pan and they're just like let's hear this one's done and then they just that was it masao is wrong as much thought just put into it's so stupid so anyway for twenty five dollars more above and beyond the cost of the thing you get i'm really really amazing smoker and yes you can seal up the door they sell this stuff called lava lock which you put around the edge of the door and you close it and then that's perfect seal in the and the the the stuff that you put on there that seals at ain can go to like eight hundred degrees fahrenheit so it's it's totally you know what this episode he larry reminding reminding yeah.

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