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Biden Special Envoy Warns US Must 'Prepare' for Fully Nuclear Iran

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:02 min | Last week

Biden Special Envoy Warns US Must 'Prepare' for Fully Nuclear Iran

"States. Doctor oran, welcome back great to talk to you again, sir. Good to talk to you. Big story coming from the Washington free Beacon. I know that this is something that's gotten a lot of attention in Israel has gotten next to none here in the United States. Adam credo reporting yesterday that U.S. Iran envoy Robert malley, whose name is very familiar to those of us who follow these things, says that the Biden administration is preparing for, quote, a world where Iran doesn't have constraints on its nuclear program. Comments that show how little progress has been made in negotiation with Tehran regarding a return to the JCPOA the 2015 Barack Obama ran deal. Doctor Oren, I mean, if that deal had remained in place, we'd still be dealing with in Iran didn't have any constraints on its nuclear weapons program. I mean, I think that that's one thing that should be said right off the bat. That deal wasn't going to prevent Iran from creating nuclear weapons. It only it only had a ten year pause in it, maybe. And that's only if you believed Iran was complying with it. Yes, that's true. It was ultimately going to his line was ultimately going to have an unlimited nuclear program. The big difference was that while it restrained itself somewhat, and some aspects of the program, just on the nuclear enrichment, not a missile development, not on the development of advanced centrifuges, not on developer warheads, didn't do anything about any of that. But when I was going to get paid a 100 billions of dollars that it wasn't going to spend on schools and hospitals, you can believe that. I think the major thing that rob valley is saying, believe it or not is the truth and the truth that has been around for a long time. I've been talking about on these really news. And that is the United States is willing to coexist with an Iran that has threshold capacity. I mean, the ability is created a bomb within a matter of weeks, because you've been a matter of days. Among the professionals, if referred to as Japan like capabilities, there's Japan has that capability, but of course, you can't threaten to wipe anybody off the map or is not supporting financial payers. Big

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"oran" Discussed on Shamangelic Healing Podcast with Anahata Ananda

Shamangelic Healing Podcast with Anahata Ananda

03:36 min | 3 months ago

"oran" Discussed on Shamangelic Healing Podcast with Anahata Ananda

"That felt hurt and rejected and see that but still own it and then have a conversation with him about it afterwards and so beautiful. I got those people that are challenging. You or testing. You're throwing the guilt hook or a judgment or fear of projection at a soul level. Those are the people that are challenging year resolve. Oh my goodness. I love that so much because that was the lesson in that moment right. It's like you did this quantum leap. Now let's see if you can hold it and let's see how much you've integrated this new way of being and it's like here's a. It was definitely wobbly. But i had done the work and it was. It was like i can do this. And so you know if you're listening if you are watching you had been acquiring the tools the support that awareness. You've been reading the books taking the workshops doing the sessions. Like you've been doing it and you're ready to take another step and part of that is going to be attracting the tribe so we've got beliefs. Yeah and another thing for attracting your tribe that i didn't even get into is definitely those in person experiences but investing in yourself in general puts you in a place with a. It's a mastermind a group program. It puts you in a place where all of a sudden you get to meet these quote unquote strangers. That are gonna become best friends that are in that same places you ready to up level ready to step into a next level that has been one of the most powerful experiences leading masterminds with my best friend my best felicia and also just being part of different masterminds experiences. I i did your long certification program last year just being a part of that group of incredible aligned. Humans who are up leveling. Who are doing the work that will just radically change lives at accelerator. So does hurt. You're going to need to surround yourself with like minded people but other support also may be a coach an expert or somebody that has done has gone through it. It'll help you flatten the learning curve. When i first started doing podcasts. I still don't know what the hell i'm doing but i'm better than my first one at you know it's it's not perfect. Sometimes i forget to push the record button. It's like okay. whatever. I'm learning and i've let go of the perfectionism and just do it. Yes going back to that. Yeah and it's like you're not gonna get it perfect ever. It's not about ever getting it. Perfect right it's about like how. Can i still move towards my goal without this feeling of it has to be perfect and just like i get to show up and this is what i love to do and yeah and i had..

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"oran" Discussed on Shamangelic Healing Podcast with Anahata Ananda

Shamangelic Healing Podcast with Anahata Ananda

05:13 min | 3 months ago

"oran" Discussed on Shamangelic Healing Podcast with Anahata Ananda

"Those are like hey. We're going to one of these summits were all a dream is a summit and i love that you started with your passion because then you're not just reaching a summit to reach a summit but it's your summit so many dreams are manifest okay. I did this. I got the house i got the marriage and the kids got stuff and i've been on situation where like okay but i i may. I created the dream life but it wasn't my dream. Yeah like i got here. And it doesn't feel fulfilling and rich enriching. And so two things that i found in finding what is your soul mission in your sole purpose that i think re- powerful in one of those is follow your passion like you said and the other is also follow your pain because sometimes a pain we have around an abuse or addiction or adoption or a relationship challenge or infidelity We might have clues in our pain. That hey i want to help other people through this process i wanna help. I wanna help the environment. I'm all about the trees. Maybe you're passionate about the ocean will all about marine life and so and to to to also follow where this. Oh it hurts. This thing hurts so bad. That i wanna make a difference. I want to participate. I want to get off the bench and and build a foundation. I wanna plant trees. I wanna help other people through this pain because giving you might need your pain that is also where you're gonna find your sole purpose and mission definitely. Yeah and there's also clues even like with a passion looking at what you're naturally innately. Really good at right and i love the perspective on the pain. I usually focus more on the passions. I love that perspective. But even i guide individuals through really looking at what are some of your unique qualities that you want to really bring forth more so that might be that. It's really easy for you to connect with people and there's clues there about. Oh it lights me up to connect with people around this subject right so really looking at. What are those things that you are naturally really good at an love and combining those and if that there's no clues they're then going into that pain and being like what has served me in this life that i can now dedicate myself to to help others. Were also going through this pain right because where it blends is let's say you know. What am i. Apply is spoken word artist. And it's like okay you know. Take that pain from your challenges. And how you've overcome that and risen and weave that into your spoken word skill and take what you're excited about your passion and we've in to you know how weave that into working with youth or whatever it is and i love the intersection of those something. You're passionate about something. You're skillful at something. That may like inspire you because it hurts or you..

"oran" Discussed on Shamangelic Healing Podcast with Anahata Ananda

Shamangelic Healing Podcast with Anahata Ananda

05:25 min | 3 months ago

"oran" Discussed on Shamangelic Healing Podcast with Anahata Ananda

"Yes so what was one for you and that like in your childhood and adulthood you you had to face and rewire limiting belief or something that you bought into that was keeping you small on my goodness. The first thing that comes up obviously we all have our own stories right but the first thing that comes up and a lot of people will be able to relate to this if you have a sibling okay so when you have a sibling or maybe multiple siblings there. Sometimes as children we are unconsciously comparing ourselves to all of our brothers and sisters right. So i have a brother and i always felt that in my household. Mind you all of my family. My brother and my parents. They're all earth signs okay so they were all very similar. And i'm this fire sign and i. I must sagittarius. So i was like this little firecracker that was so emotional and just passionate and expressive. And i always felt in my household as i was like too much right and so my self expression started to diminish over time because i would see the way that my parents would treat my brother and they would even say out loud and and my parents are so loving. I know that they didn't mean to do this. But they would say things. Like i don't understand why you can't just be like your brother and in my own like until wrecked fast wrong with how i naturally totally in. This still brings some tenderness you know. Even though i've done work around it and so it's like that right there going into life kind of comparing with my brother total positive projection. Because i love who my brother is but really seeing his quality seeing the qualities in heaven but not really being able to see that those qualities were also in me and there's other qualities that are your qualities that divine creator source your soul. You need energy. The the fire is part of your mission. It's part of your identity. It will fuel your dreams. And it's so reclaiming. That not only. Can i be like somebody else but i also don't have to be i can be me. There's nothing wrong with me. Being me whether i love music with i love climbing trees whether i love right. I think that i really appreciate that. You brought comparison to the table because it can be comparison to a sibling..

"oran" Discussed on Shamangelic Healing Podcast with Anahata Ananda

Shamangelic Healing Podcast with Anahata Ananda

05:15 min | 3 months ago

"oran" Discussed on Shamangelic Healing Podcast with Anahata Ananda

"All of those things get wrapped up and then all of a sudden you get to this place in your life where you may not even have clarity and clarity is when you lack clarity. It's usually because there's deep-rooted fear of claiming what you desire and of going after your dreams right it's like there's these blocks and so it's easier to say. I don't have clarity than it is to say. I really wanna do that thing. But i don't know how to get there. And i need some support and so really at the heart of it is coming back to that worth and coming back to seeing ourselves as inherently worthy because we are and working through those self limiting beliefs that tell you that you cannot which is all ego but we need to have that awareness of being like. This isn't really mean. It's just i've been through some things in my life and i need to clear those things so that i can actually see myself as a type of person who is worthy of going after my dreams. Yeah and it's not like it's only for the wealthier only for the super super intelligent only for those people that are well connected are all of those things like none of the people that have really been like amazingly successful so many of those people have a pet like. They're no different than any of us and or they or they started. You know Not well connected or not with financial backing or hover like a trust fund. But but i really appreciate that you said belief which means that we're gonna be rubbing up against those limiting beliefs that we learned as kids because like you said as kids it was like i can do anything and then it just erodes over time. No that isn't realistic or all. That is in for you. Or that's too big or you're not smart enough or you're not good looking enough for you. Don't have enough money for that. And we we begin to start to believe that. I i the i believed it. Yeah me too right. Thousand percent and sometimes those limiting beliefs still come up once you have gone after those things and your every new level you get all of these limiting beliefs. Come back in a different way right. And it's about really learning to not identify with thought of course and really learning that a lot of those beliefs that were maybe that we bought into as a child. They're stuck in our subconscious. Because we made something mean something. That really wasn't an got locked in our subconscious. Mind as truth but it was really just our interpretation of truth in those moments or somebody else. Somebody else's i remember when i was in you know because these these little things stick with us like you said in the subconscious mind remember. I was changing schools. And you had to do a placement. And i and i came in and writing and reading or whatever that was as average and then in math and other stuff. I was high so that that told me about myself. Oh i'm average at reading and writing so a writer isn't average so it actually that just the school system and its rating of my current like testing at that moment told me what was out of. My range told me. I was average in a certain area. Lean into more the math and sciences. That's who you are and it's like who you are. It's like no not. That's just the people around me practice more math. I didn't practice writing because the people around me weren't writers or great with literature or those kinds of things and so those those labels that we took on as kids or that school labeled us or a teacher or a coach or a parent labeled this is what our culture or this is what our kind of people all have a reach too..

"oran" Discussed on Shamangelic Healing Podcast with Anahata Ananda

Shamangelic Healing Podcast with Anahata Ananda

03:48 min | 3 months ago

"oran" Discussed on Shamangelic Healing Podcast with Anahata Ananda

"It's so powerful three day. That's is september seventeenth through the nineteenth. That link will also be in the show notes so go check that out is sedona is a wonderful amplifier. Oh my goodness. You're i get here already. Just feeling the the difference your brain your group here in september. Yes and september about into also september. Such a great time to comfort retreats like the best weather in my opinion. Yeah so and so if you are leading a group and you want support we're going to be doing breath work like for your journey so for your for your crew. That's coming and then with taylor. Simpson i'm cope facilitating. Who's another like dear soul sister all reconnect and that's how we met each other. We a spun up each other's feet hair nails like all the massages and all the things like this is what we do is. Is this how we play so a goddess awakening retreat. That is with my dear soul. Sister taylor samson. That's coming up october. Seven th through the ten. I just wanted to give you a shout because every year though sellout it'd be like oh my god. I wanted to call and like well you got to sign up and there is nothing like in person experiences. It's beautiful that we have the online space. And i'm really honored to support so many coaches leading live services on cohere but there's truly nothing like having an individual in the flesh. Yes support you know all of those incredible things so that sisterhood. That is here for you. Sedona is also the place. We're not in a hilton in chicago. Were actually in this powerful environment. Sedona like another healer okay. So we're going to dive you now at franz you but i want we wanted to just kind of share with you a little bit about what's coming up and go get the free gifts and check out what's upcoming best so we're going to dive in. We were talking earlier of how what we should jam on. And it seems like it's time to rise and people have so much inside that they're dreaming or they a or a vision is planted. but then there's an excuse there's limitation. There's an obstacle..

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"oran" Discussed on Shamangelic Healing Podcast with Anahata Ananda

Shamangelic Healing Podcast with Anahata Ananda

03:02 min | 3 months ago

"oran" Discussed on Shamangelic Healing Podcast with Anahata Ananda

"Welcome to the shaman. Djelic healing podcast special. Treat for you today. Beautiful soul sister net villarosa. That is going to be diving in with me today. On all of the things that block us from manifesting our dreams and what why dreams go to die and what what sabotages us really deeply manifesting and living our fullest potential and and where southworth really plays into that. So i want to let you know we have some free gifts for you so definitely go. Check the show notes for that a little bit about a net. She is like the coach coaches first of all. Just like i'm the healer of healers and so it's an honor to have you here and if you haven't yet explored all about net go check the links in the bio for all for details but one of the things that i think you really show up well with is how to really help coaches and entrepreneurs have the platforms of all of the little pieces that you need to put together your business to really land on the platform the stability. You've put all of those pieces together so that those people can really you know don't have to deal with all of that so thank you sister having hand. I'm so excited to dive in with the sister and just to share all this magic that we have to offer today so so excited yeah they can and you see the gaps where people struggle. And that's what we're going to dive into today. Tell them a little bit about your free gift before we dive in. Yes so one of the freebies that i would love to offer. This incredible community is the opportunity to again bringing all those systems. If you're a coach if you're healer if you are a transformative facilitator online you know that you have to have all of these systems to make the the show run right. And so a for all of you. Coaches in healers. We have a platform for you where you you could actually create a free account. Thanks to on hot and the platform is called cohere and it is an all in one platform that allows you to sell deliver in scale your services from one place and think of it as just integrating zoom callie. All of those things that we already are aware of that we use on databases in one place. I wish i didn't have to ban date in frankenstein. Wish i would have had this years ago and so that is a free. You can do the free account so look at the show notes to get that free account we account. That's very generous you. Yeah i'm so excited to have your community on there and we'll take good care of you from there so just create a free account and we've got your back. I love that that that way. You can do what you do. Well which is so powerful. So thank you for that free gift..

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Jack Dorsey is offering to sell the first tweet as an NFT and the highest bid is $2.5 million

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:26 sec | 8 months ago

Jack Dorsey is offering to sell the first tweet as an NFT and the highest bid is $2.5 million

"Is selling his very first tweet as a non fungible token, Oran N F T. CNBC is reporting that so far the highest offer is from a sign a esta be the CEO of Bridge Oracle $2.5 million now, just like Bitcoin, another crypto currencies and of teas are considered assets. In a recorded on a Blockchain or a digital ledger. Crypto collectibles have exploded recently in popularity. If you're looking for a new

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Pope Francis holds interfaith meeting at Iraq's ancient city of Ur

WBZ Midday News

01:04 min | 8 months ago

Pope Francis holds interfaith meeting at Iraq's ancient city of Ur

"Is on the second day of his momentous four day visit to Iraq, Iraqi security forces are deploying about 10,000 personnel to protect him. The pope is visiting the ancient city of Oran, Iraq today for an interfaith meeting in the traditional birthplace of Abraham, CBS news correspondent Chris Lifts A is traveling with the pope. Ancient city of war is said to be the birthplace of Abraham of the Old Testament. Today. It's the scene of a historic meeting with Pope Francis and members of three world religions that all call him their patriarch. Most TV dad is to me smooth hostility, extremism and violence are not born of a religious heart, he said. Their betrayals of religion there, The man they're overcoming such betrayals is a key theme of Francis's visit to Iraq. First of any pontiff as he witnesses the country's minority Christian community among the oldest on Earth dwindle amid decades of sectarian unrest. The pope also visiting a Baghdad church, where extremist gun down worshippers back in October of 2010

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"oran" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:01 min | 9 months ago

"oran" Discussed on KCRW

"Is a cover of Donna Summers. I feel love as done by the organ. It's Something from How Zita Our Ali Zita is perhaps how you say that name. It is an artist out of Brazil. Foz dei Conta, And this is from a nickel. Leconte collection called Via Gem. Three Lost Boston Nova Classics. I'm the good people at far out Recordings. Anyone from goat girls forthcoming record called on All fours we pledge of the song. Body Baba, I think is how that is. Said they're from goat girl. Isaac from Valley Boy that his brand new as well. Cigarette and we started everything off continuing on no Vina's rain themes since it is going to be coming down, looks like for Another week or so, perhaps And that one is courtesy of Oran Juice. Jones from 1986. The song of the Rain that is I mean, it sounds like he was wronged by His, uh, his lady who he caught walking in the rain with another so That song cracks me up, but it sounds like he got the last laugh there. Oran Juice Jones to start off the program here tonight. My name is Dan Wilcox. Very, very happy to be with you. Here this evening over the airwaves of KCRW. Lots of good things coming your way. Including. Let's see, We've got the latest from Black Pumas. They've got a couple of new songs fresh off of their parents at Joe Biden's inauguration. No one's in that. That was quite nice. That performance from black Pumas will be hearing from them as well as some new music from widow's peak this band shame that I am quite obsessed with that his brand new as well as New work from the No Twist and Brittany Howard remixed by Michael Kiwanuka as well as did this run the jewels as remixed by the Mexican Institute of Sound So good is this track? I cannot wait to be sharing this with you in the program here tonight. So I'm hoping that you can keep it locked in. It is KCRW. Monday on press play a new year a new impeachment trial. This impeachment trial is likely to be more straightforward and easier to understand than the first one is really just one question here. Did the president incite a violent insurrection? I'm Madeleine brand. The legal Eagle. Jessica Levinson of Loyola Law School tells us what to expect Monday at noon and seven on press play on KCRW. Thank you. Stay close to KCRW wherever you.

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Review: The Crown Season 4

Ringer Dish

07:25 min | 11 months ago

Review: The Crown Season 4

"Let's move on onto the crown. It's been about ten days most people who loved the crowd. I think we're done with the season. Sadly one of the season five do you know now for two years. Yeah because they filmed the two seasons together together usually with the cast. Because i think it's easier on production and then also with the cova of it all. I don't know when they will be able to start production so that there was a two year break between seasons two and three and i think there'll be more to your break. Who will you miss the most which actor being extremely honest. It's going to be joshua crowder for. I really am what a monster charles becomes in the second half of season four. And what an effect josh o'connor still has me. It's really quite something. I said this via text by the scene episode austrailia when they do the kind of the ballroom dance for the show which is a real event. I've seen a lot of side. By sides of the they got the close. Perfectly matched was so charming. I don't understand why all men don't learn how to dance ballroom dance because it was like ninety seconds and i'm sold completely infatuated. He can do whatever just absolutely despicable entitled selfish things. He wants to do for the rest of the season. And i'm like oh but this guy really charming. It's it's pretty sad. What happened with him and his family. Don't you think how about the australia episode again. Catch the chris ryan on the watch. Yes i thought it was effective. My i don't wanna say my struggle. Let me just say season for masterpiece. Love the show love all four seasons. Great great television will watch again. Can't wait it. This is a show about the crown. And honor show about princess diana and i know that intellectually but i hid obviously been waiting for the diana's season my whole life that sometimes i wanted a little bit more diana or just like there is a lot more to be told obviously it would be told from her perspective and it would just be a different show so i i hate criticism when they're like the show. Were another show. The australia episode was. I thought a very well done like condensation of the entire diana phenomenon into one also and in reality that like happened over a span of years and the up stage effect and everything that they kinda that they illustrate was was very real but develops over time. And it's like the media plays more of a role. And i think there is like a lot more stuff between charles and diana and you know there's all this stuff with What's going on with diana and her believe me and her family is shown and handled pretty sensitively but not always developed from her side. If that makes any sense yeah. I think if you also you read about her her mental health struggles were like it. Very extensive and it was went beyond believe me and i thought that like it was handled well but also like i think it's worth noting that there is also many other episodes throughout her life or at least heard adult life. Yeah exactly and i understand why because they are as loop says in the very last scene of the season. This is a show about one woman. And it's not diana it's about elizabeth and it's about that institution so and you could do one hundred episodes of the eighties in the uk. Like there's so much going on. So i understand the choices that they had to make narrative in order to fit it all in and i thought it did paint a like a pretty thorough picture. But i'm always gonna want more. I just really didn't care for her monologue on the plane about the baby. Not that i thought it was like. I'm not like she's wrong but i just thought that was like emigrants were seen. I was just like this is working for me. But i thought that the stuff with charles's was pretty good. Yeah i think. I continue to think. I'm a porn is like astonishing and i've been thinking a lot about what you said about how you're not a the huge a fan but that the performance kind of stuck out to you and i get and i think that that is really perceptive and for me kinda part of what makes it work. I don't want to say it's like intention early. But diana did not fit in to this family. It was like different energy. A different vibe. And there's a great line in the queen. Which is the peter morgan. movie about. Princess princess diana's death and the week after it. Which i recommend starring helen mirren great stuff as sort of like great crown prerequisite or if he also available on netflix. Right now justify But the character in the queen says you have to remember that there. Diana are diana or two completely different people. And i think the performance captures a lot of that and like the scene. Went diana's trying to hug the queen and they're they're talking at each other and it's not just that they have philosophical emotional differences but they just come from different worlds. they have different emotions different energies. It's like total total mismatch. And that's definitely part of the problem. So when she is making her stands are expressing her. Diana s. sometimes it's really heartbreaking and sometimes are like what are you doing. This is completely wrong as encapsulated that julia did not worry me about which i appreciate from spoiler episode perspective but from a personal perspective. The phantom of the opera video cassette was hilarious and excruciating and. I do think the first time. I like fully pulled the blanket up over my head when watching it. I didn't actually watch it. The first time i had to just kind of sit like that and know that it would end soon and then i read wound to watch the facial expressions that is bisciste. Yeah and i you know i don't. I don't think that happened in relaxed. Maybe it did. I've never read it. And i think i would remember it but really the billion joel performance israel israel. Yeah and it in caps elites. Maybe i think that poor diana who had a lot going on and as you said like a lot of mental health issues and believe me and didn't have any support like her family was not very helpful or totally absent in the case of the crown. But there were also some things that just really ideologies didn't align how about that and and that scene shows you why who it really is just like so much. I can't believe we're only gonna get one season about mc oran. I feel like i m not like her biggest fan but also feel like switching the diana character after one season. I don't. I'm not really in favor of but Must be a fairly significant time job. i'm curious to see how season five goes

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Dwight Howard to sign one-year deal with Philadelphia Sixers

WBZ Afternoon News

00:28 sec | 11 months ago

Dwight Howard to sign one-year deal with Philadelphia Sixers

"Season. The Lakers agreed to terms with reigning six men of the year mantra is Harold. He spent the past three seasons with the Clippers. Lakers also agreed to a one year deal with guard forward Wesley Matthews. Center Dwight Howard leaves the Lakers and agrees to a one year contract with the Sixers. The thunder sends center Steven Adams of the Pelicans in exchange for a protected first round pick in two feature picks. The Kings and guard the Oran Fox agree in a five year extension worth Arjun Susie. Three million and guard Joe Harris will re sign with the Nets for four years of

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What if when you took your hat off it was full of spiderwebs

What If World

05:33 min | 1 year ago

What if when you took your hat off it was full of spiderwebs

"Hey there folks in welcome back to what if world the show where your questions and ideas inspire off the cuff stories. I mr eric your host. And today we're starting off with question from patriot named izzy crashed and could hat fourth buydell. Wild that is truly something. I've never imagined and it makes me want to check my hats. But first we've got one more question from miriam. Hello my name is. Miriam and i six years old. My wife question is what if the dog had a bike in how wings and fluid all over. What if city by dan you so much miriam but before i get to that i gotta shout out for james happy. Belated birthday james and hello to your little sister lucy. Liu i've got a big bit boop to oran from riverside california. He likes minecraft and legos. Well not a shout from owen. Who seven from of michigan. And he likes to play super. Mario arrive. Got me al out. Far from san francisco. She's eight years old and she knows how to spell jfk f. correctly j. f. k. a. Aol we spell out the now. Joe joe burrow seed while my lash out is atlas. Age eight from bellevue washington. Either very special final shout out to a grown up boy named rin rennes daughter. Abby wanted to give a shoutout to her father who absolutely loves legos playing with his five children. wow rinse. sounds like one. Lucky dad indubitably. Now let's find out what if when you took your hat off. It was full of spider webs. And what fred. The dog had a bike and it had wings and he fluid all over. What if city fair release was enjoying a dinner at home with her partner. Sprite and their daughter pixie cotto tonight they were breaking the dinner rules a little bit by having the radio on so they could hear who won the what. If world presidential election below those hero parody on the radio. Now papa lose. Voice came out of a tiny speaker in a little old fashioned radio box or i'd after a lot of kids voted all over the world. Although wetter i'll add slide is odds they for dramatic effect. Not because i misplaced the envelope as that as a buck barker oak mexico. Let's just ten the radio off and enjoy our dinner. Martha it's ever so important. Who looks after. What if we're gonna have to agree with pixie. Gato find but we're shutting the radio off and enjoying odd in a moment. He announces the president. While it's bad at excited two hours of may search out by house looking for the envelope. That good tapes. They answer to that question. You all bad. Asking all the search for the oval lopa. I forgot what my question was. Who's going to be president of farrelly. Did he hear me through the radio. I did just hair you through the radio. It's your day but they all below okay but you clearly me that time to anyone else who baby shower. They got their radio right now. Yes i did just it. Faira lease god bore boats by far that eddy other candidate. But i didn't know. I was running for president. Just dead farrelly's didn't even know. She was roddick. Ver- president laura. He must be able to hear me right. It seems likely mother. Yes all right. Let's set up all ladies. Gentlemen people of all kinds off giant on a magical creature of horror as just burst. Its way into my studio and snow. These into war of the worlds type peak. Dc's actually happening gotha go. How dare yo break at studio. This is very clearly a tool shed. The owen porter biker afforded. A place ed's a studio by jabba. Said so what i said. You said that the wherever microphone adds up odds studio. I said that to get you out of the house. Well i'd had a nice rageh must've been some mistake with the presidential election. What did you hear the will say ads right here. No amount of paper wrinkling would make me believe that. The people voted against. I didn't vote against a lot of them voted for you. They have it. I have of dow. I just tried to soften the blow. You lost you lost big time.

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"oran" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"oran" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Of W. O R is always in fashion. And today's the day where Lori Laughlin, the actress gets sentenced and what's it going to base your going to jail for a considerable period of time? What's gonna happen with our she and her husband have tried to duck the charges. They've been fighting them and we'll get Jessie's take on that. And then it's 7 53 remember, this guy from yesterday deserves pointing the mills. What's Mary deserves a punch to the does? Well, that's Oran Bar Bar's away from the E M T Union because the mayor wants to cut number of workers or in is going to join us at 7 53 mayor deserves appointing the Noles Ooh, advocating violence, so we'll get to that coming up. Chris Matthews was just on with us, the political commentator Very interesting. I thought gnome. Ah, and I think he knows his stuff. He knows what he's talking about, He says the Electoral College is much closer than a lot of people think, because a lot of the Poles that we've been seeing are national polls which don't mean a whole lot. It's those eight or nine battleground states, of course. They're going to make the difference in and one of the Poles lend that he talked about was this Muilenburg College poll in Pennsylvania. And it shows basically the race essentially in a dead heat in Pennsylvania, Biden at 49% Trump at 45, But the there's that's a four point gap within the poll's margin of error. So yeah, and what's interesting in this poll as well is two things. I don't know what the takeaway is here, but a majority of likely voters in this Paul say that Resident does not deserve reelection and raided his response to the Corona virus. Pandemic is poor. But then, when they asked the same voters in this poll about the economy, they say that Donald Trump is the only guy who will be able to get the economy back to where it was because he got it there in the first place. So where they end up? We don't know, but we do know. That Trump won Pennsylvania in 2016 by 44,000 votes, So there is a lot to make up on the part of Biden's campaign and you know they had. What is it 77 days? Whatever we are at till election, and usually the economy does hold sway, So I think that's important stuff really is, And I thought Mathews was it was AH, eye opening with some of his thoughts. What's also eye opening is the Mets. The game canceled last night. Miami Tonight's Yankee Game. A Citi Field canceled or not? Well postpone, canceled out right? And the reason is one player and one staff member on the Mets coming down with Corona virus Now, yesterday, we had Dr Arthur Caplan on from GNU Langan. He's a bioethicist, and we were kind of complementing baseball before the Mets News broke about how well they were doing and Ah, and Ah, well, here's what he had to say yesterday. They did have those initials outbreaks. Cardinals, Moreland's They learned quickly to do this, But you really have to be in a bubble and I'm praising him because they did change their behaviour. They walked the they got tougher, basically is what happened. Basically said You are not going out at night. We're going to monitor you gonna watch you I exchanged tweets with Dr Kaplan last night, Norman, and he basically said again, you know, it's a matter travel, you know them. You know these teams, you know, the N B a NHL. They're playing in their playoffs. Right now They're in bubbles, and they're not traveling where baseball is. And that's why I guess you have this mess thing that broke out and do those players go home at night, cause then you think that adds a whole nother layer of places they could potentially pick up the virus. Well, I think when they're playing at home, they go. Yeah, I would assume so you could get anywhere. Yeah, Yeah. Alright. The other issue that came up was the Reds announcer Thom Brennaman. We had this yesterday. We were talking about it. He thought he didn't know he was on the air when he said capitals of the world. Talking about a capital of the world as you so articulately put it. It was a word that rhymes with maggot. It was a slur, homophobic slur now. Ah! He apologized on the air. And it's set up this weird thing and listen to how he was apologizing. What happened on the air Yesterday? I pride myself and think of myself as a.

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"oran" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"oran" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"A teepee molecules around or the mitochondria supplying the energy for that muscle function. You will not. You will not develop a muscle that is functional. So Just like the heart. The musculoskeletal system is an energy requiring organ. Think about everything that you do. You have to formulate a nerve input from your brain to the muscle in order for the muscles to contract and relax. So its contraction real action phase. It's cyclic. You contract you relax, you contract to relax. In order for that to happen. You need energy. If you don't have the required energy in the body to do that the muscle function will not function properly. And you will fatigue either fatigue early or not be able to do what you normally would do simple things as walking or climbing upstairs. Things like that. So you need energy. You need the functional aspect of the muscle. And if, in fact you don't have that ability to do that, That's why people fatigue, they get tired and they can't As you get older, you may not be able to climb the stairs like used to. That's a function of either your muscles being too weak or your heart not pumping hard enough. So it AIDS in the normal function of the muscular, skeletal system in that way. So I have all all of this that we're just talking about here in the 1st 10 minutes of show, How does it relate to DNA and production? Every cell in the body requires the replication and the splitting of your DNA and are in a It's a cellular material that controls you Sell yourselves and how your cells replicate how yourselves lived. So we know for a fact that aging is a process where you cannot replicate your DNA in Oran anymore, And that's called a apoptosis, which is programmed cell death. So as you actually age yourselves will no longer have the ability to replicate. And that's That's why it's so important to fuel yourselves with the proper energy molecules like a teepee and other nutrients. That's why diet is very important. Exercise is very important and obviously the energy molecule that is necessary for those performances are very important..

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"oran" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"oran" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"At a hospital in Oran says Not all patients are tested Covad 19 patients or sometimes mixed with non Kobe patients, and there's never enough people. We have to constantly keep asking for more and more, and sometimes they want us to reuse, and that's not This nurse also talked about one of the many times, she says. The racial of nurse to patient was off. Three of us were stuck with a patient each and it was just very chaotic, not safer. The patients group says There should also be hazard pay to compensate for the long hours and added risk fighting a pandemic in Orange Corbin Carson KO Phi News for the latest on businesses open and closed across so, Cal, you can check out our website Kay. If I am 6 40 dot com The keyword is open. The CDC is morning doctors and parents to be on the lookout for a condition that could go undiagnosed due to the pandemic. Dr. Jim Keeney, with Children's Hospital of Orange County, says acute flaccid myelitis, also known as a FM is rarely seen and often overlooked, and it tends to occur following immediately following a viral infection. So with the covert outbreak They are kind of expecting that there's a possibility for increases of these cases. Kenny says FM can cause severe dehydration, organ problems and even paralysis and extreme cases. He says. Outbreaks of the disease happen every other year. And this is that other year, Some teenagers in Washington have been honored for saving a deputy during an attack. Five teams have received the community heroism awarded the highest award a civilian can receive from the King's County sheriff last month. Deputy Elliott was off duty when she was flagged down at the scene of a car crash, she says. When she tried to arrest a suspected drunk driver. The man put her in a headlock and started choking her. The deputy heard several voices yelling Get off of her! The team's jumped on the man to help free Deputy Elliot. They held the man, shoulders and legs to the ground to allow the deputy to handcuff him. The King County Sheriff's says the deputy might not be alive if the teens had not stepped in Layla Mohammed Kay. If I news smart friends could be a wise investment towards success. A new study from the National Research University Higher School of Economics in Russia says hanging out with straight a students may motivate others to do better in class, the study's authors say. Students don't really think about grades when picking friends but about halfway through the school year. Groups of friends tend to have similar grades. Researchers also found students who spent time with high achievers usually ended up doing well academically, while those who hung out with lower achievers earned lower grades. DEP remark KO Phi News Let's check out a crash.

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Accusations By Former Academy Head Loom Over Sunday's Grammys

Perspective

01:16 min | 1 year ago

Accusations By Former Academy Head Loom Over Sunday's Grammys

"Claims the board even manipulates the nominations process to ensure that certain songs or albums are nominated. When the grammys producer? Wants a particular song performed during the show in the a complaint Dugan also highlighting what. She calls the Grammy's long-standing struggle with gender inequality and lack of diversity when it comes to the most prestigious awards like doc album of the year saying those awards rarely go to Oran be stars like beyond say or Kanye West but instead the winters tend to be in the rock country and pop genres Dugan also says she was sexually harassed by the academy's General Counsel who categorically denies her allegations and also accuses her predecessor Newport important now of sexually assaulting a female recording artists allegations he says are ludicrous and untrue the recording academy firing back alleging it it was Dugan who created a toxic intolerable work environment adding it immediately launched independent investigations to review both Miss Dougans potential misconduct at her subsequent subsequent allegations women on the Executive Committee of the Recording Academy calling the allegations deeply disturbing and heartbreaking adding we would not have taken precious. It's time away from our families and careers. If we felt that it was a boys club

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"oran" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

Rebecca Sounds Reveille

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"oran" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

"You worry about intil it came to all the sars as these little one in oran strips that just it was very expensive. You had to cut got it. You had to place it. It wouldn't stay on it was just it was very troublesome to have to get up and do that every morning to where it was it started to you. Make me rather depressed. I'm thinking why isn't there something out there for women that makes them feel great that is easy to apply and and just it was it was something that i knew that i had to bencher onto big reality. It's beautiful all started rom with this is pretty neat and so i'm wondering when you said the nieto's foreign strips were these something that were recommended and given to you from the medical field well my doctor just said we find that silicone cheadle or really well with scars and that was in two thousand five was kind of new the only thing by i mean the internet was still kind of you know i wasn't chew stabby the but anything that she could purchase it was at least two hundred dollars and it was maybe an eight by ten that was it there was no instructions it was just you would get a sheep deep and he would have to wait two weeks for delivery and cut it naked stretched yourselves or the only thing that you could purchase for about thirty six dollars where these needs foreign oren little one inch bandages and you stil kinda. Wanna make sure hits every scar so you have to use. We actually have one more horsey. Would you like to show this. Is it just a sample of kind of what the only thing our star in it wasn't it it was just as dr <unk> and so i thought wow wouldn't it be great if there was something just for the breast where you could actually cover because between what i personally i have lollipop as they call it where you're cut from your your old down of. There's just just took a lot of time to actually just prepared so i can save it so i don't have to keep buying multiple multiple and town. That was where my journey began was always looking every couple of months. Is there anything out there yet. Nope couple years or anything out there yet. Nope and <music>. I started listening to silicones and materials because the materials eventually when they did come out with something. It didn't stay on on it. Would it would be a hard. Just this was a large and it was just it didn't last instant work for me. I needed something out work for women that was just one thing where you're not paying all this extra extra money for this circle and this patch and this were just comes to be hundreds of dollars and they don't last they don't stay in. They don't they don't make you all. Let's face. It went what you want feel like. We're not going through something whether it be a cosmetic thing for me turned into something very depressing which i wasn't expecting. There's women that you know. They have demeanor debater..

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"oran" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

10:14 min | 2 years ago

"oran" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Claire your independence here, laying caster New Hampshire up in the beautiful mountains, and pork, vast, vast aunt looks like you know, and we'll just have to week party next year. We'll say they're all making nice now but it's I tell you the difference all expo. We'll go in there and we'll talk about pirates and do some stuff and everything. And what made pork fast unique in years past was that the speakers and presenters mostly came from the attendees. Is it just people that had things that they thought were important that they were doing their rebellion against a narrow showing how they're -ffective or not, or what they learn? And they were sharing. And it was awesome. It was just everybody at Oran together like a community online. You would learn together, and you would take it. They kind of tentacle out over on this day, and try that wou- got that catechal chopped off go over this leg and it was just a Volvo team. And it became so popular that then everybody else in the political row. Oh, we'll make you look. Good. Bye. Fuel if you will do you good graces of come talk, and maybe we'll sponsor and by ten.

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"oran" Discussed on FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast

FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast

14:18 min | 2 years ago

"oran" Discussed on FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast

"They kept the road. I and everything else I didn't hear about them until achievements in because there was the wo- the wattage even span when they got around I felt like south Oran, mala goes and all of that stuff, the beginning wrath. I join them towards the end of wrath. And then I did we did we pushed. Rub. First row IX cataclysm was tough who down to ten men writing for that because, you know, fielding twenty five nine guild was really tough after that until was just a lot easier to try and field. So we did that we managed to get Rome. I not everything we got realm, I allocate, which was the hard one, but we lost out on realm. I we realm, I we lost that Rovers drug, Al, but we go round fuss. Sinister that we Rome. I wrote Greg, I could tell you stories about that one. That's an absolute defy that was on on progression. We realm, I death wing. And then I went to join some friends on the Mesopotamia we go realm. I challenge months actually have that even to this day cleared. All of the challenge modes, Rome. I chief and that is the one of the biggest teams I'm really proud of in the game is having the challenge much. That was really good. And that's why I really stepped up to being a lead a raid leader, the first rate, we didn't miss the Pandera the guild wiped on the docks ONA. We spent hours wiping on the dogs on day one, and then once we go to a fair, they ask for extra rate leaders, I plied saying, I think I do it might first goal was to do heroic. Garum absolute passive will fight. We spent two hours on it, and the last kit, a loss of the night, we killed it massive sensitized faction. And it turns out that gang, the heroic killing garrison was the first realm. I kill that gilded go. And it was the rumpus killin Caroline, just in general, on that row, a managed to. I took that from right? Leading. And then we went for Rome, I on everything we got realm. I Shahr fair. We got realm. I f projects there we didn't get run. I don't remember the name, but the last boss in the will of the emperor, we didn't get that one. We killed on ten at the end of it. And then we actually got realm, firstly Hsien, but nobody got raw down until siege came out. So we lost out on that because the guild, the siege came out some went in their extended. Luckily winning around I than with a whole set, new gear and upgrades from day one, it was a bit gutten. But we went in, and we got room, I gue- rush heroic, and I actually have a lot of those kills off YouTube channel actually, for that was pretty much the end in warlords. We tried to do again, but a lot of people out, amd blasphemous bang guild killer that it was a kind of kilt. The guild. Mythic mythic blasphemous guilt, the guilt in. Foundry, but we did get realm. I all my goodness. The grand Solter at the end of the great, we go round. I on that. That was a fun kill. I enjoyed that one. But yeah. And then I've come back to ring. I've played it, he'll, he'll all the way from classical the way up into legion. And then, from legion, I went shadow play shadow for all of that my priest, and then I when if I came out, I switched to my month is a main, and then pretty much after the first rating set I kind of lost lost on lost touch with violent took a break from it a comeback about six weeks ago. Switch Mane's to my demon hunter enjoying how Damon hunt plays in the way it looks and everything else just joined the game again in now are, are you still rating? Or you are up going to come back to writing in eight point two. Okay. Do Ashoura and all that. I'm looking forward to that of gid up. My demon hunter. It's hit. Four three ever joint level now without stepping into a right? Wow. Nice. Yeah. Mythic. Plus, is a good way to get shockingly. But yet no other ways I spent spent about a Wednesday or Thursday, stream just going in clearing stuff, the I can cite, like, so I do a quick run fruit Carrozza or mythic zero I do muggy shy volts threat of thunder all the penned up the three of the full Doria will buses is still need to get him out from a gun do BlackRock, foundry, and I going do over in walls of Trento. And I tried to do that on about two characters week I haven't done on monk yet, but probably do stream and one thing that, that you've mentioned through this is YouTube, and streaming I kinda take it that they're different facets of the same type of thing. So how did you get started into making videos? And then I hear from the videos that you got into making strips way back when, when I was really interested in the summit community, I started to do rhythm pace, cooled, the community spotlight where I would talk to people within the summit community autism. Community websites in various businesses. I did a whole season of about ten to eleven written pieces by on last sort wrecks at the time now last minute continue, a lot of these people that are taught to where friends off offerings, and so it was easy to get a little harder to get people that wanna talk in America because of this time signs then. Without being rude. Love. Americans have very switch on. Switch off. Achieved. So if you know continuing a conversation within five minutes, no interested. What did I did a whole season? I didn't transition because YouTube was becoming a thing, and I fall, let's make this into a YouTube channel, you know, and that's what I made my first YouTube channel. And I did another whole season of my community spotlight. They're mostly it was just. Verbal no webcams or anything else because we're still trying to make do made all of those videos for that season with windows movie maker. Wow. Nice I use that when I made my first video. So I commend you for that. But you've gotta start somewhere. Yeah. Absolutely. It's a little easier to get anywhere now. Like video techno video crofton those, but the, the general devolved into essentially just making let's place over time because I would just play gangs. I really wanted to play your stuff. And if I wasn't interested it disrupts often. They just sit there as puck monks on the channel. And then this appointments just like if I wanna play a game. I wanna play what I wanna play. And if I'm going to play the game, Amancio stream and just told to people because, you know, I'm talking to people on this code and everything else is is when I'm playing those games. So I'll just get into streaming and then did a few things every now and again, I'd had the twitch. I've had the twitch nine cents. Got back in the Justin TV days. Wow. Nice. I made into his own channel redid all the artwork in the graphics. And that back in January last year. Retouched up believe November last year to bring up a bit more in line with what I wanted to do with it. And now we're back into a point where a defy day straight, mostly I through to Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday off to do video, editing catchable wrestling do stores Amazon from the sun on something then Monday, distillers mentioned at the beginning of the show, and then Wednesday Thursdays, probably warcraft Friday is. Mewa I'd up my friends Friday, replacement, a play multiplayer games where with other people where we can just just height to play with each other monopoly that by daily worms everything where we can just go out and just cool up. Friends anything's onto the sun and just like to just play games. And it's just like play games and streaming gonna have fun. Yeah. I find this a lot easier to bounce off people. When you're doing any soa content, otherwise you just end up just talking into the abyss. Yeah. One thing I've been hearing people that they say is one thing rains that my streams. I'm not trying to our horn, but they liked the activity, and I like that, too. I like being able to talk with people, I liked the show. Bring talk with, with people along with it. Absolutely. You hear a lot of people that go, they'll see people like ninja who breakout half life, hundreds upon hundreds of thousands of us, like every time they stream. And they think that they can just upstream in or YouTube channel and just go. Out straight from that unless you get some really breakout thing. Oh, like you'll literally on day one for a game. And then in funds on the exposing popularity once Kotoka will polygon they'll do thing on the game. And then people Google it and they'll see it'd be like, oh, you're the guy that's been streaming. Dia sex, sonic origins, since you know it was out in kick Stein. You've been had access from day one, and then they'll get following, but you'll be known for doing that game. And I like to be like, hey, I play warcraft. I play the games as well. You know, you can find me and you can find coming chat come to sit and chat coming chat with me. I will gladly talk to you. Anyway. I play play games with people and just hang joined the company. I'm with, like I wasn't talked to someone if you know, I think they're going to be a complete douchebag. Yeah. Because people that are fun. Absolutely. I mean, what's the point in playing games with people if they're not going to be fun to Tautou? Yeah. And I have met some amazing fund people. I mean that's been much prized. I mean like talking with you, I think. We haven't heard I shot a while back in, and I'm like, oh, yeah. He's a really cool guy. I've, I've liked you discord in our jets talking with you think he tried to be entertaining. It's hot. No. Chastang okay. Fee. Southen capitals. Awesome capital, always had to be voice messages, making my day so capital, heart hands. So you started a new worker, hot cast, but this isn't your first podcast, rodeo, the other one. I hear on wrestling, if I remember correctly. Yes. So we've been going for about a year and a half now. I think it's cooled last minute kickout now, there's three of us that it is myself and a couple of friends from the Senate community who, like wrestling, and I just turn around and I pitched an idea one day and I was like, why don't we just sit down after the end of every pay per view, and we'll, we'll go through it. We'll talk about what we like, what we dislike, we could have written, you know, it's just for fun and everything else. But, you know, I think it'd be content. Yeah. Because the guy that runs lost I am the twitch channel in the Utah, a really fun guy. But you know, a lot of the stuff is, is let's plays and everything else, and I thought, we could just do something to break up the just let's plays of it. So I said, why don't we do this? And John taboo came up with the we, we brainstorm some names came up with last minute kickout it keeps the branding, but it makes wrestling themes. And we talk about primarily, w pay per views because, as I mentioned, there's a lot of stuff going on. There's a lot of wrestling in the world. Like even if you take the design, just focus on the, the main stuff, like you've got WWE go impact Tina. If you wanna watch it even new Japan pro wrestling, a w as well. I mean w if you just look at it is five hours of mainstream wrestling, an extra hour, if you wanna watch the cruiserweights, and they've got all of the original stuff on the W net. Work. But if you just watch five hours and then you have one, maybe two movies another three to four thousand top of that this a lot to do in a week. Yeah. Unless you have a job, which pays you to cover all of that information. It's you can't seriously by over the information. It's WBZ the one that has the stories between the wrestler's WWF. It's changed times. This is always been the best way describe it is manned drama. Think think of it as an episode. What's the big TV drama this? I've in the states, I would probably say this is us. It's Hulu base. But yeah, that's a big drop. So think of that with about half an hour of, of storyline into Ivan perp side. Then you have a twenty minute punch out. Okay. And then you have the next story. That's like another says stories and just to south south a story line that goes down all the thing just it's the, the products over time. But we focus on that. We just the most recent when we did is on the w view, which was a lot of fun. But luck luck everything I, it's just a matter of just trying to reel in who you're talking with oftentimes this stuff doesn't massively, I've Arana make itself, not ideal to record. Yeah. Absolutely. An watching the recording clock. Absolutely. I know that. Well, yeah. Then you started started around as Roth of an enjoying that in the pocket journey. What would you say your exp-? Has been like so far when it comes to the rest of one that's never really been handled. Boy may just came up with the idea. I host the disco cool, but someone else would always record it which would be Kevin because Kevin holds the keys YouTube channel in the back end of the, the website now since I've been currently unemployed looking for work of had more time in my hands and he's found a job that he's working at as well. So it's changed from I host the cool. I recalled the cool I edit and upload it to the FTP, because we come for some reason, get access to both his main YouTube channel mind. But I haven't have cog access to the last minute kickout wants Pacific -ly. So I have to upload into the and I'll let him deal with all of the advertising and everything else that whereas all now stores around as his first podcast, as it were that I'm doing thankfully, thanks to you of land a little bit more about it. I mean with the exception. When we first set up with the website on episode one that the most recent episode is really caused the hassle in. That's just because there was some.

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"oran" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

09:00 min | 2 years ago

"oran" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"You're on the Glenn Beck program. Hi. Hey, how's it going? Good doing. Well, you really concerned or you just making small talk. Absolutely not. I couldn't. That's what I was feeling some of that. All right. Go ahead. The twenty nineteen legislative session just wrapped up Utah. And apparently in the budget, set aside one and a half million dollars for a shrine for Oran hat. Why nice? To Orrin Hatch, one one and a half million dollars. Yeah. And. Warren Marbey for this one million dollars for it. Seriously. That's that's embarrassing should be ashamed of himself or lobbied. The Utah legislature did brought to provide two million dollars for a statue. Or a shrine to him. Well, yeah. Well, part of it is that they're going to do like a replica of his office in the Senate. That is crazy good. So it's only look it's one point five million one point five right out of the whole budget of Utah. Sure. That's just a drop in the bucket. So go ahead. And do it is anybody, but you hacked off about this and Utah, John. So I'm hearing a lot of people that are annoyed our special. Seriously. Here. Hey, Scott that is annoyed isn't hacked up though. Because people get annoyed up goes this ride. You're right. They get annoyed and they'll get just provide a million and a half dollars. Maybe maybe it doesn't go up. Thanks, john. I mean, I do people not remember who Orrin Hatch is eight. Senator is what? Okay. A good one two. Okay. That sided with Ted Kennedy on every issue. I remember there awhile ago. This is maybe last year win Ted Kennedy's son was talking about Kennedy hatches relationship because you're working with them. Because that's how he did. He forged these personal bonds him and Orrin Hatch. You know, Orrin Hatch. I think got elected probably bashing your dad, he says he came to Washington to counteract my dad's vote Orrin Hatch today. Right. And then cutting every deal in the world because he knew was going to pass if Ted Kennedy signed off, and he was sponsor of it shin-bom. Everyone else would say, oh, well, Jason foreign and tattered, fourth and bang, right? Hello utah. Did you maybe not maybe not follow his exploits during those forty years in office? Orrin Hatch was terrible. Terrible. Senator I wouldn't give one penny to a shrine to Orrin Hatch this article from Salt Lake Tribune said we could spend the money and more responsible ways. What you what? Whack right. This article. Look at the byline who's responsible for that. For that article that is just unconscionable that this is shell Cuesta. She's believes the head shrine is one more sign of Utah's GOP's broke club. Yes. It is one hundred percent. Correct. Michelle. You're exactly right. Yeah. No kidding. I don't I don't agree with the Salt Lake Tribune on much, but. We're together on that. Yeah. No kidding. Despicable Mike at Florida. You're on the Glenn Beck program. Jeffey? Hi Brett how you doing it? I doing good. Talk about why people get pushed into doing some of these things with the varsity blues, for instance, my child revelatory and five point oh over fifty a hundred fifty two and a community service hours, but couldn't get into a Florida school because we have prepaid in our tuition's like like ten percent of what the people pay. So here we start having to send their child somewhere else because of money issues with the school. And I don't think that's fair. I think that's part of the thing that pushes these people. Wow. So with a five point, oh, which out of a four point. Oh. Thing now. Yeah, I know. Oh, I know. And that's amazing. SAT's? Did you say? Wow. What you pay for that? To do. The kids. Visit because money aware of the issue with the schools though on that because I had Florida prepaid to at one time. And you know, I don't know that there was ever a problem with that. I mean, my son ended up going to a school outside of Florida. So it never mattered. But the biggest four times at Jewish out of state people pay twenty-five thousand where we only pay three thousand semester. So they try to get more people from out of state at the Florida schools is higher tuition. And it's not only in Florida, skulls and other states. It's you know, it's New York, and it's all about money driven. But now they can sit there on our high horse and somebody tried to help get their child and just be a little bit investigated too. And I don't mean to sound like. Legitimate beef pay money. Yeah. I know that they want the best for your further kids. I understand that. And that's why I was so strange that there, you know, who says taking such a hard line with them. But I got it. It's a crime, and nobody wants to look at it this way, though, Mike at least you're not building a shrine to Orrin Hatch. Sitting around the backyard. Yeah. Anyway. Fantastic. Thank you guys. Thank you. Triple eight seventy seven. Orange gave. Gears years of services yet. The country is he sure did and dedicated service to all kinds of. Not so conservative causes and in some cases, very liberal causes when he went into office. Yeah. He was he was he went into office campaigning virtually as a as the opposite of Ted Kennedy. And then he got office with Ted Kennedy, and they became the best friends agreed on everything. And I know we've we've kind of chatted about this before. But how many times that of the other way? Who's get voted in? And he into Washington beat Ted Kennedy and Ted would go. What I'm going to vote with with orange, and I are together on us. Let me see carrying the one zero. It'd happened. No time fascinated yet. Is it never happens? I don't know for some reason. It's always the conservatives who go the other way because we. The supreme court in the Senate everywhere try to get along. Yeah. Everybody to get along. Well, the hip kids, I guess are on the left for some reason. And so you want to be one of the hip kids, go along with their agenda and hatch did it from just about the time. He got into office all the way through and now you're going to build a shrine to the guy in Utah ridiculous. Wow. But only a million dollars only one at one five one and a half million dollar stride. That's it if the hatch family. Get a trailer for one point five. And yes. But you know, if the hatch foundation wants a shrine it yourself the foundation building let the foundation pay for the whole thing the people of Utah don't have to build that. They don't have to pay for it. That's unbelievable. Don't give me start lying too late. Is just madness though. Madness is greedy. It's just look we've got the money or we could we could raise the money through our foundation. But why but we don't tax exactly. And what are the tax payers? Get out of that to get to go in and pay to go. See it. Yeah. Right. Oh, look, there's he signed with Ted Kennedy. At least when you know owners of sports teams convinced the city or a state to chip in funds to build their stadiums. For the for them for these billionaires to the tax payers to build their stadium. At least you get to go to the stadium. And enjoy the team that you know, you love me, you still have to pay for that too. Though, you do you do have to pay to get into the state paper that was always for that. But I've kind of against me too. I want to they shouldn't be built by tax dollars. Agreed. Agreed. They should not. I mean, how many poor people own. Here's your team. No you by the way, if we don't have the stadium Bill we're going to take it somewhere else. And go.

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"oran" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

The Israel Hour Radio Archives

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"oran" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

"Israel our radio last night. I was at a mitzvah in the Massachusetts area. And amidst the songs things things like don't stop believe in. Thank you next, of course of an akilah. They played this song mafia how she'll seem. Being. Me, man. Much. Me. Much. Man. News. These. The big. Let me see you more. People. Okay. Kinda song guaranteed to get you into a good mood heard it last night at about mitzvah. I went to by the way that same bar mitzvah, DJ, very what I thought. A secular DJ also played or non Israeli connected DJ also played net. Tobar Z lies brand new song. Bossa baba. I was very very very surprised to hear. That was even more surprised that all the little seventh graders were seeing you long with every every last word, very, very cool. The NAR keys and Omer Adam with mop if I shall seem before that davita or with brand new music title track of his latest album with a cool. French rap throughout a song called Masha Tove Reva Africa. Brought us a song just released this morning. A song called alva- and going to Oran in Brazil in let us know on our whats app. Group are Isreaeli music. What's app group? And by the way, you can join that group. I send me a request on what's up at seven three two eight four four nine seven seven eight. Just send me a message..

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"oran" Discussed on Down the Hatch - The Swallowing Podcast

Down the Hatch - The Swallowing Podcast

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"oran" Discussed on Down the Hatch - The Swallowing Podcast

"So it could very well be that they don't have the capacity, but we can only infer that what we definitely don't. We told them to do it and stuff is falling in. We don't know. Why? Right. Because we can't see the time that's hard about fees is that you don't have any information about what the highway is doing or the tongue. So so we have to use whiteout as well when she Asian right? Okay. But we don't have to you don't know if it's premature spillage or if it is delayed swallow because the tongue is the the delineate between. Yeah. I push this back. But nothing happened. I didn't mean for that to get back there because I hadn't tried to push it back yet, you can make you can infer better based on how you as the clinician control of the situation by queuing after to hold the bullets, and you can get better. If you just mentioned ferment by looking at the oral cavity relative to your queue, right? Is it way way way better than the bedside? Absolutely. But it's not a measure of the face. What is better than knowing about knowing whether the bullets enter the sharp? I was gonna I was going to make the argument that if we're talking about the oral phase shirt. No, neither neither of them are good. In fact, I would argue the oral the bedside is better because you can actually I mean, you're not staring their barracks. I don't know anybody with fees comments on oral phase at all. I mean, I've seen it. And I don't agree with it. I I don't I don't know what they're commenting on necessarily. It's like commenting on secretions with Floro. I mean, you can probably see how the barium is hung up in bubbles if you're lucky enough, but that's not the way to do. It fees is the way to do it. So yeah. So we're going to be giving a lot of shutouts fees. A lot of shots of flora shot us at the bedside for doing shootdown. So each them on what they're meant to do whether or not meant to you. But I think we. Kind of really did a nice summary overview of Oran prep. And I think one big issue is that we need to take each event on its own. We will eventually when we get all these together integrate them and our goal is to have at some points videos for this. But any closing remarks about role prep. I'm hungry. I want meatballs and spaghetti. I know no closing remarks about oral prep. I think that we've hit a couple of main themes one is the importance of sensory integration. And the importance of not saying you saw Tun was doing when you can't see it, exactly. And you know, you'll know you're commenting on the tongue at the bedside that you did not see during swallow. I'm not talking about during non swallow tasks, but you cannot extrapolate or map that on to what a swell would be. You have to see this wallo. Right. And to really think about the next time that you do your cranial nerve examine your next patient and their bedsides following value three really think about what your value. Yeah. Dairy just going the motions to say cranial nerve, you know, oh lips intact tongue attacked John Lewis even mean intact right intact. What tell me the physiology your speech pathologist, give me the pathology if it's there, right? Dun, Dun, Dun like serious. We really do get excited about this though to the I mean, the oral phase was important. It's the beginning. You know, it's clearly the place to start talking about physique G, but just stay tune. When we really start getting into some of the mechanisms his role will fly off the rails. I'm ready L V C..

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"oran" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"oran" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"You selling the constitution to if you're selling it to people don't believe in God. Because not only religion shape, the more moral view people. It also shapes their view of what a human being is in order to believe that you are human being with essential dignity who has gone given rights to freedom. You have to believe in a God who gives you those rights to freedom. So in other words, when I think is when you say to a twelve year old poor twelve year old whose mother is a crack addict Hooker whose father hasn't been around since he was born say pull yourself up by the bootstraps. You're talking language that does not understand. And when you leave that kid to fend for himself, and he joins a gang because that's the only family will ever get. And then. Say well, that's just bad behavior. I think the conservatives are are exercising fundamental misunderstanding. The way people are the man who pulls himself up by his bootstraps in that situation is an anomaly, he's an exception. He's an exceptional human beat the kid who lost in that situation needs help where you agree that is I want that help to come as close to the community as possibly can. And this we agree on. I I wanted to come. If it has to come from the state go with that. But I wanted to come from the church instead. And that's why I support a lot of these guys. Go in the monks, go into newer and raise kids. That's where a lot of the answers come from. But in the meantime, you cannot leave people to die. You cannot leave a twelve year old and that situation to fend for himself because he won't inch. And surely, you would say that the government that there was a relationship between economics and family in so much government intervention in the economy during say, the nineteen sixties led to immediately breakdown of the family, right tillered. I guess. Contingent makes the government has the capacity to destroy the family. It doesn't have the capacity to recreate the family. Sure, and this is and I think that the mistakes that I'm seeing from Tucker, and from Oran casts and some other folks that it'll re-instill virtue in the real still virtue in the people to change the economy. And I don't think that's right. I think virtually has to predate the comments. Right. That's what we agree. But I think where we disagree is. When you say things like in the meantime, you can't just let people starve I'm not saying nobody wants kids are in the situation to starve, but where we disagree. Jeremy this is where you disagree is the idea that the government providing for that doesn't have more costs than benefits. Meaning that when the government comes in and says, okay, now, we're going to provide a social safety net. You're creating perverse incentive structure that encourages more creation of twelve year olds we're going to depend on the government and the proof of that is the last fifty years government largest think was a wonderful article in the Wall Street Journal, the was by Phil Gramm. I don't want to pin them with it. If it wasn't. But I believe that's wrote where he said, you know, the these a lot of these redistribution programs have seriously helped people economically and at the same time. The seriously created a culture of dependency. And that's the problem that we face then I think the way into this is to attack the culture of dependency. And then I threw theology and through philosophy in order to start a pair. Back this this system that has actually had had. I think I think there's two points of disagreement from me one of them. I think been share I disagree with that article. I disagree with the assertion that these programs have have fundamentally increased people's economic prosperity. I don't think they have think great in the country's robbing faster before the implementation of welfare than it was after the implementation of wealth. The fact is that the people who live in poverty now live at the level of middle class people in the and that's because of capitalism that has nothing to do with religion. It's not true..

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