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"parma" Discussed on BIRTH YOUR VISION PODCAST SERIES

BIRTH YOUR VISION PODCAST SERIES

03:40 min | 2 months ago

"parma" Discussed on BIRTH YOUR VISION PODCAST SERIES

"You're not giving total everything that you can because you'll broke so for me. It's important that we find out who are first and foremost and in finding your purpose tax valuable because you cannot walk in your purpose if you do not know who you are so you are is. What's new when you're whole your better love batum of a better friend matter all around because you know you are and then you know who you are then you stand back and say okay. Now that i know why was i. Or what was based on this earth or and then you now take that journey of emptying yourself see because it just hung up on what people think and how people feel. You should be you. Can't you can't get yourself. Why racist empty yourself. You have to go through the journey of finding all and i made that sound like that easy. Don't let me do an it. Ain't easy at the because you know what it is to find out. Who are you. Look yourself in the face and see your crazy and you have to look yourself in the face and you have to be like. Why am i in this relationship. I chose that you know what i need to spend especially if i different relationships shopping from relationship to relationship i've we looked at me. Take stop because we haven't done to work the supper house. You have the steam at every time. Just a different skin. Yeah absolutely okay. Let's talk about You know steps in terms of finding your pulse us you know. What steps can we actually take when it comes to finding couples So you know for me's about determining your mission statement you just like if you have a business we only have a mission statement in life and so that's the way i look at it. You know i just determined my mission statements and my lookouts. What impact do i want to make on the world. You know what impo wants to contribute to world. And so i look around me and see what i can do and i also think about the legacy that i want to leave. You know the civil things that we can actually do in in terms of making an impact within the comforts of our home and also think about what do you want to be known form and be ripped unbe remembered for you know. I want to be known for helping as many women as possible to able to berth. Their visions their dream to be able to start a business. I want to be known for given women the opportunity for them to be without a platform to speak and share their story on the wards. Right so yeah. When went to about finding your purpose finding oh passion for me number one is about determining your mission statement every business needs a mission emission statement. You as a person as an individual. You need a mission statements. What is your mission statements. You know these are the kind of questions i think about when i you know writes about my mission statement when i'm looking about my purpose on my on my And my passion as well so royal thought. Some bats i start. Becca see is one of the most powerful things and be behind creating a legacy and beating that behind. It is parma. That you come to where you stand know who you are in the wire year. Here's why.

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"parma" Discussed on The Daily Meditation Podcast

The Daily Meditation Podcast

06:17 min | 3 months ago

"parma" Discussed on The Daily Meditation Podcast

"This is episode two thousand three hundred and seven of your daily guided meditation. I'm mary medically and welcome back to a brand new. We're launching into a new theme as we start our week. And i'm excited to share this week's theme with you is back to the basics refreshing your meditation ritual. You may be brand new to meditation. And in that case you will enjoy this weeks series as you learn how to create a meditation ritual if you are already a seasoned meditators. Maybe you're a long time listener of this podcast. You are going to enjoy revisiting. Why you decided to meditate and how to refresh your meditation ritual. It's good to go back and readjust how you do things because every day that you meditate brings different awareness different insight and your life evolves and changes and. You may find that periodically. You'll want to enhance your meditation ritual. It can become a little stagnant. And so it's good to refresh how you're approaching this precious time of stillness at you give yourself. I want you to congratulate yourself right now. Simply for being here i honor you for doing one of the most important things you could possibly do. And that is to meditate. You might be doing the most important thing you could do for yourself all day today. I also want to mention that over the past few days. You may have noticed that. I didn't upload a new episode. That is because i scheduled the uploads to happen all in one day so i actually released several days worth of episodes by accident on one day instead of staggering them over several days. Like i normally do so that you have a fresh new meditation every day while i'm back on track and i'm bringing you your first meditation for the week you will be guided as you do a full body scan. This is a classic meditation technique. That i recommend you do every time you meditate on my sip and own meditation app which you are invited to explore for an entire week free access to the full more than two thousand meditations. You can be guided in thirty minute experiences. And you are guided in a full body relaxation. Ation every single time. It's that important. So i'll guide you on how to do this today and then you might want to do this each time. You meditate as you go through the series. I'm going to be sharing with you. Inspirational quotes from the book. Which is a meditation classic. It in fact is considered to be one of the one hundred best books written in the past one hundred years and that is the book autobiography of a yogi by parma hans. Uganda and i decided to share excerpts from this book with you because parma hans. Uganda was one of the first people to come from india to the west. He came to the united states and he shared meditation with westerners in a way that fitted a western lifestyle so he accommodated the culture and the preferences and the lifestyle of westerners which he considered to be outwardly active energetically engaged and so he thought westerners would be fantastic meditators so as i share different quotes from parma hans. Uganda you'll notice that the way he shares. Meditation has to do with showing up as your best self. Meditating to become your best to share your best with the world. And it's very similar to stoicism. The way he shares. Meditation the ancient greeks and romans. I've shared many stoic. meditation series. With you you can go back through my library and look for those. If you're interested in that so you'll be guided to become your best to tap into your inner truth to share that with a world that is going to be the emphasis as your guided through classic meditation techniques this week. I will also be supporting you on my syndrome. Instagram every day with a journal. Prompt i encourage you to journal. This takes you so much. Deeper into a series journaling is powerful tradition and it helps you meditate better. I'll also be sharing the meditation techniques with you there so i can be like your private coach on my instagram stories. So i think you are all set. I'm excited to share your very first meditation. Which is a full body scan.

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Dozens killed and missing after thousands flee insurgent attacks in Mozambique

BBC Newshour

02:07 min | 8 months ago

Dozens killed and missing after thousands flee insurgent attacks in Mozambique

"Of civilians were displaced when Islamist militants attacked the northern Mozambique and coastal town of Palmer a week ago that the militants ransack buildings and beheaded residents. Dozens were killed and many more are still missing after a coordinated attack seen as the biggest escalation of a conflict that has engulfed Kaaba Delgado province. On Wednesday, the Mozambican army said troops were carrying up what it called a cleansing operation in Palmer. As many as 10,000 civilians have sought refuge in the A phone Give peninsula close to Parma town on To the of Fungi Peninsula. What we know is that after a week, there's still a lot off problems, Shootings and another kind off confrontations, so it looks like the city remains empty. Ana. Thousands of people are hiding in the in the forest or trying to get some shelter in a small village just in front of the fungi gas camp, which the place is called The tuna. So there are still people coming into that camp on the phone. Give peninsula even though the attack took place a week ago. Yes, Yesterday, the back, waited another around 1000 people we're now waiting in the pimp purports to be this market. And you know it's a lot of people probably hiding in the forest and walking because we did receive very, very few, comparatively very few numbers. I mean in the west in Nanga, and whether this around 3002 pork or some people arrive on in the South, even less so. It's a lot of people missing on what they recall is that people is very afraid of getting into the road. So everybody's working by the forest and is taking much more much longer. And I should be this 100 150 kilometers at these times in between mother, for example, on Paloma

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Jared Leto on new movie 'The Little Things' and being an Oscar winner

Popcorn with Peter Travers

06:38 min | 10 months ago

Jared Leto on new movie 'The Little Things' and being an Oscar winner

"Hi everyone. I am peter travers. This is popcorn where we tell you. What's going on at the movies. And i saw terrific movie right now called the little things. This is a movie about two cops played by of all people in washington and rami. Malek in search of someone they think is a serial killer in nineteen ninety los angeles and this guy that they focused on is played by my guest today. jared leto. Who usually gives them a run for their money in terms of letting them twist in the wind deciding whether his character is guilty is he. A serial killer is he not. I've got to tell you jared that this is one of my favorite performances of yours. It's it's like a co lassic kind of movie villain that we don't know if he's guilty of what he's accused of but we know is guilty of something definite strange character but he has humor is playful. He's all those things that make you remember character. So did you feel when you first read the script. No i said what is this. I don't wanna do this. I is was actually buy those my response. I thought you know. Maybe i should explore different territory. You know. I played a kind of than the darker side of the moon. A bit and You know. I thought maybe this wasn't the right thing to do And then after talking to john lee. Hancock and i realized that there there could be an opportunity. Here's he seemed really open. I said if we're going to do this together. I'd like to to to kind of use it as an exercise in transformation to to really try to sculpt this this this wild man albert's pharma Into something quite unlike anything. I'd done before so he seemed really game And the prospect to working with denzel washington one of my heroes and then rami malek in the mix. It was just couldn't say no. And what i love about you. Working with them is that yes albert. Your character trump really tries to drive the both of them crazy and with a kind of zen deadpan. That you have yourself you know. There's i don't want to say there's a little of you albert but there's there's some of it in. Yeah sure i've been. You know you you take parts of yourself. Other people Experiences that you've had and you kinda just build this collage you know i it with. Albert's parma was head to toe from the walk to the voice. I had different color is different knows different teeth. I had some other prosthetics different way of carrying myself and it was quite exciting to put this guy to life and to really take risk and push things right up to the edge And hopefully not crossover into absurdity But yeah he is a bit An un unwittingly unknowingly zinn. He is the voice of like maybe a soothing yoga teacher or something does. There's one i don't want to spoil any platt detests. But there's one point where they both taking you to the police station in la. It's an interrogation room and the phone rings and albert says is that for me. You know quite a quite innocent with it. It's that kind of thing that he's open to sort of any moment until he's ready to spring with something that will make denzel crazy. Sic chrissy i. there's nothing more fun than you know. antagonizing the other characters in the film and for spar he knew he uses that as a tool a likes to keep people off balance off center and humor is one of the ways that he does it and it was quite fun to show on saddened to bring all kinds of different Ideas for ad libs and improv and John lee hancock was amazing. Because you know he was the writer as well but incredibly generous with the opportunity to improvise ad-lib and he really just let me go to town. Would you haven't worked with denzel rami before right. No no no. I had an an. I didn't know them Either and i mean what was kind of fun as well as that didn't do any rehearsal like for the interrogation senior talking about that was the first scene with all three of us and the first big seen it was quite intense and intimidating Exciting there was a lot of pressure and it was explosive on sad. It was it was there. Were fireworks going off. It was really exciting to get in the ring with those guys. Everyone came prepared. I think we all knew there was an opportunity there and we all took advantage of it. Well you know all you have oscars so now. Nobody can ask you to do anything. You don't wanna do right. You just hold that thing up. You can take it with you that day. You want you could certainly a casa damage with it It is a you know. Denzel washington said the other day. You know trophies the they it's like when you're a prizefighter that the belt you won the last times not going to help me this time in the ring and Is true you know you you. It's beautiful thing to be acknowledged and winning the oscar. Was you know. An unforgettable highlight of my life and share that with my family and my friends and supporters Through my life was a really special thing. It doesn't help you when you're sitting opposite denzel washington and you've got to

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Chinese regulators order Ant Group to rectify its businesses

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Chinese regulators order Ant Group to rectify its businesses

"Have ordered and group to focus on its business of providing payment services. We get more from Bloomberg's Susanna Parma, the People's Bank of China summoned and executives executives over over the the weekend weekend and and told told them them to to basically basically scale scale back back the the company's company's personal personal lending lending insurance insurance in in wealth wealth management management services. services. PBOC PBOC stopped stopped short short of of directly directly asking asking for for a a break break up of the company. It all adds up to making it difficult for aunt to grow in the way it wanted to. Central Bank said aunt used its dominance to exclude rivals hurting the interests of its hundreds of millions of consumers. And said it appreciated the guidance and would comply with the regulatory requirements before regulators intervened earlier this year at was poised for a public listing that would have valued it at more than $300 billion.

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"parma" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"parma" Discussed on WJR 760

"Here for you today and every day this is the inside outside guys on wjr. You're chuck and can laughing and learn. And we appreciate you being with us. We're gonna be taking your calls the balance of the show 888654 guys. That's Girl Street to the phone than talk to Teddy from Parma. Good morning, Teddy around with the guys. Good morning. How are you? Good man. How could we help you? Well, we have AH, the house. We have a rare tells about 40 years old. We had things done in the bathroom, but the tub in the shower is all one piece. It's a really good condition. We We kept it. We didn't have it replaced. But we're noticing the dream Is your coloring the drain, You know that insert in the drain and it's cracking the medalists. And that be taken out from the basement. Everyplace. When you say the metal the piece you step on with all the little holes in it. Is that the peace that's cracking or is it the piece that it screws into? That little piece you step on can literally be removed and replaced right from the shower in a matter of a couple of minutes. What can Oh, absolutely. Yeah, that's that's how you gain access to the trap. If you ever have issues where you've got to clean that trap in the shower drain, Yeah. All right. Well when we have the bathroom remodel, Hey, put a new Fox 10 and all that stuff and I ask about the drain because it looks so discolored, he said. Don't know it leak if we try to replace him, but That the top part that that you see that can be what screwed out or something. Yeah, there's actually generate too little set screws that hold that in to the flames below it that Begins to drain the actual drain. Yeah. I don't see any screws at all. Then see if you can..

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"parma" Discussed on The Daily Meditation Podcast

The Daily Meditation Podcast

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"parma" Discussed on The Daily Meditation Podcast

"So in today's episode you're going to be guided as you layer together techniques so begin to settle yourself down and get ready to meditate. I'd like to introduce you to a fellow meditators. Who is listening to the meditations right along with you. And this is from christy. Who reaches out to say that. She is currently at work at her desk crying as she fights a panic attack that she experiences almost daily. She writes who listening to your podcasts. Right now because your voice is call me. And i'm trying to calm myself down. I'm a forty five year old woman. Who has suffered with anxiety and panic disorder for twenty years. Thank you one of the ways. Meditation can benefit you so much with anxiety in particular is because when you're feeling stressed and anxious the thoughts and feelings are focused on. What's going on out there around you out in the world and we can always control that especially these days so when you begin to interior is directing your focus more inward on your breath on where you are at this moment on noticing how you feel in your body and the emotions. You're feeling then you begin this process of coming back to yourself. Your true potential as you said with your eyes closed end gently uplifted with your spine. Straight and noticing where you're holding tension in your body identifying emotions that may be associated with that tension or tightness beginning to unravel and recognize where this tension tightness is coming from. This is the process where you begin to realize you have power and you have control. You can calm your mind and body with your. Perhaps as you inhale through your nose. Feeling your optimum gently rise upward as you exhale and feel it sink back downward your emotions follow their rhythm and flow. If your breath calming year breath allows you to calm those anxious thoughts that pull you out into the world. Your breath brings you back to yourself as you inhale and exa through year knows. I want to share with you. The words from palm hansa to allow you to bring yourself into this moment. The minutes are more important than the years. Never think of tomorrow take care of today and all the tomorrows will be taken care of. Do not wait until tomorrow to meditate. Do not wait until tomorrow to be good. Be good now

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"parma" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"parma" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Now for StoryCorps in the 19 nineties in the tiny town of Parma, Michigan Bob than summer and dropped out of high school and he started drinking. He ended up robbing a gas station and a bank. You served six years in prison for those crimes. But there were two people who never gave up on him. Mike and Becky McKeen e. They were the parents of his former high school sweetheart, Bob recently talked with Mike over StoryCorps connect. The summer that I turned 18. I found myself without a place to stay. I remember you were living in the fields for a while. There was a night that we went out of the car looking for you went all over the place and never did find you. Why did you reach out to me after I was arrested? Well, we just couldn't let you do it alone. Your business kept me from sinking fully into prison there coming up out of the bottomless pit for a minute. Yeah, we didn't just about monthly for six years. When you were up in northern Michigan, it was 10 hours away on the way home. We were crossing Mackinaw Bridge, and I don't know if I have ever seen. Fog is thick is that Was like a wall on each side of the bridge, and when we got to the other side, it was like change from one world to the next, and I thought when it gets to the other side He's gonna be okay. And you were. What do you remember about the day I was released? We're gonna come and pick you up and take it a dense everybody ordered. And when your term king was like you froze, you couldn't order anything. You have not been given the choice for six years. All of a sudden to have this freedom. What do you do with it? It feels like the world is just coming rushing at you like a freight train. Well, you don't have to experience that freight train all by yourself there people that become like a shock absorber for that freight train. You guys help me learn. I'm OK. I conjoined the humans, you know, And then you started talking to me about college. No one else expected that for me and you graduate from law school. I remember how proud we were of yet when you're being sworn in Do you think about Bob as a felon anymore? Or do you think the lawyer How do you think of yourself? Bob? The licensed attorney has been quite a counterweight to a picture of the two felonies. They're still very strong. I've never run away. I don't think from my story the past the felonies, the prison that's a part of it. I just hope eventually that I do other things to matter more. I don't want my gravestone to say the ex felon.

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Spring Washam And Lotus Vine Journeys

Hay House Meditations

06:41 min | 1 year ago

Spring Washam And Lotus Vine Journeys

"Hi Matteo. Thank you for having me. It's so nice to have you here. Yes Fun. In reading fierce heart this memoir book. And listening to your teachings. It seems that quite young age you understood the primary role that mind has to play in emotional wellbeing. In, your childhood life, it seems as though it was very, very difficult growing up in the inner city life of poverty and racism, and there were some abandoned men and. And in fact, a lot of violence around you and so my question is, when was it that you began to look inward Lee for your strength rather than blaming the outside world? That's a really, really good question because I think as a child when I was growing up, I did get very confused and I was very interested because the adults around me their behavior and they were suffering so much. So this is very I guess empathetic child. So I could feel what was happening around me I could see the suffering and so that did make. Me Inquire what is causing this and I think I read in the book at just age five years old I turned to my older sister and said, wow, this is gonna be really hard. It's going to be a hard life because I could just see it. You know there wasn't a lot of wisdom we were poor. We were black I was like, okay here we go. There there's you know this is going to be you know a of hill-climb here And I think I just I. Just stayed really interested and as I got older I started to study psychology. Young teenager I got very interested in self-help bugs and Wayne Dyer I was reading in the fifth grade. I read one of his books. How did you come into? Wayne dyers book and were you living in? Compton at the time now we were actually living in a little apartment. We were up in northern California. We had migrated up we back and forth between southern and northern. California and we're in northern California and my mother was depressed and went to the librarian went to the self help section, and of course all back. Then there was Louis. Wayne Tire. And Louis Hayes so I think it was his book you'll believe it when you you'll see it when you believe it. And I remember reading that and I remember saying, yes or something with my mind I knew it and he affirms But I wasn't I. Didn't have the support to go deeper. Obviously I was ten and so but I remember men something like, yes there's something going off my thinking and the people around me, their thoughts it's making them suffer and it's leading to this behavior and addiction, and so the night just continued he knows I got older and older until I really started. Practicing Meditation like Eighteen Nineteen and when when was that that I do you remember the first time you tried meditation. We'll the very first time was when I read. Wayne dyers book and I went in there. Then in there I I the funny thing is I, told my mother was six anyone to go to school. So I played like I was sick to stayed home. and. Had nothing to do at that time our TV was broken and we didn't have money to fix it, and so there was a stack of books that was it and that's let and I tried to practice I. Remember I tried to count down from ten to zero and I couldn't do it. Of course thought came you know I was noticing that and going Oh. Side gave up for that time being but I got really interested a later when I was a part of this church called Gubbay pay here in southern Colorado Beckwith Beckwith who I adore and I've who's been you know great supporter of mine endorsed my book and I started to practice more, and then that led me into different traditional. Hindu. Tradition with Parma's Uganda. Realization Fellowship Centralisation down the street here in Carlsbad. I really got into practice there but then not led me into of the Dharma and I. I long retreat was a day retreat where I learned the pasta meditation, which Cornfield Pasta Meditation Sometimes, a translation is sort of insight meditation insight meditation. What can I before we get there? Can You? Can you describe what led you to the to to that to go on at ten day retreat like why would? Is. Not. Every day that somebody just like is. Packed up and goes to a ten day retreat. So what led you to that we looking for something Well I think when I had joined the self realization fellowship, I was really interested in meditation. I'd read a book somebody left a book on my table, and in this apartment I was living in an Oakland and I opened it and it just. A whole world opened. It was all about meditation. And I realized then that I wanted to live a spiritual life, it was like it was like death rebirth moment and was like goodbye to this. Hello to this. Of course, I want to spiritually based life in years how I do it By circumstances around you where they conducive to that spiritual life. Now I mean, what were you doing? It's crazy town now selling timeshare living with this crazy guy I'm sure. Yeah. Selling timeshares that was smoking weed I. Wasn't you know I had bills. I wasn't responsible everything was you know we're at that time I moved in with him in East Oakland it was just it wasn't good and I got very depressed and self realization fellowship was beautiful. But they didn't have any technique. They just go to these three hour meditation kind of kind of method to apply. Exactly. They would just say love God and I would say, okay, I'm trying but three hours later I didn't know it didn't feel like I was getting where I needed to go. Right? It was like the self realization happening right thought about my issues for three hours. I. Didn't know how to eventually if I sat long enough. Out of sheer to giving up my mind got quiet but I needed I felt as if I needed a teacher, there was an living teacher was just the disciples in the programs that they had it in. You know. So I started praying for a living teacher I need help my brain. Oh, very much I prayed and prayed and prayed, and then sure enough I heard about this ten day retreat in the desert and they said they you. Instructions and there's teachers there and you can talk to them and they're alive. You know it's not just books.

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"parma" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"parma" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"In the words of Arnold Schwarzenegger it'll be back let's go to that's a lot areas Rory's in weighing on New Jersey twenty five was up right good evening Steve how you doing it's Thursday night yeah and there is Friday eve I like to call it your spiral I made my spiraling out of control I mean my football I will here's hopefuls Parma predicted future getting tighter and tighter it really is you know what I did I am I went on YouTube and guy got teacher Matt Dorothy read or write is the index finger the spiral comes from the index finger and when you throw it and when I started doing that it became perfect look at you that stone type spiral they call me Daddy dines well again I'm Jeff so just we would talk about domino actually I call me Daddy died stay in on the Columbia that they'll just as an FYI this is Sam and I had the same alma mater I played football for Montclair state but that's where the we're we're the Indians back then then change it to the red hot exactly what both in the day but anyway this is so let's go with seventies tonight seven desire and they're right Hey I already use the Gold Coast slave so you know more about that and I know the answer to that was when using video huh you know I was I was wondering you know is that a line as the line I was was wondering this is the buckaroo banzai musical tribute you know you can leave your house when you threw the fastball you know I was wondering you know exactly Peter comes to me or it doesn't I'm you know I'm wondering you know is still is right you know I'm wondering you know you know I was I was wondering you know have you listened and then he a buckaroo banzai beach tonight okay you win this once of course we can next week John.

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"parma" Discussed on Far Away Fan

Far Away Fan

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"parma" Discussed on Far Away Fan

"Cup and by been some rough time lose that the autumn allot catastrophe. The binary upset and oversight of the more recent one. Just stay just a few years ago. I was actually just looking. Today's isolated Donovan. Also getting promoted from city until they go through so it was an so as as you see them back in city on people always ask about the whole going on when they start winning trophies. And getting into you'd open things nearly four years ago with a plate in city. Yeah Kumbo and but no other some top bulent. Titans obviously bought you. Noise seems to be seemed to be not good place and runway. Oh run by people the Parma Hot and battalion Israelis the club Should be mangoes. Gross Old Winstons by there'll be some good teams ahead again. They never also bolted on. I'm just GONNA run through some names from what I remember. Some of them some. I had to look up but a lot of leads us through those doors men. You've got a bad you zola. Cannavaro Stoichkov crispell to rump. That I mean man that's Start reading them all. Wait wait. It's just as clearly absolutely crazy and there's been some talent Hustle Sheila getting through the bills if you make up If you could make up eleven of all those guys. Can you imagine? Yeah we'll get. It would be amazing man and to think that they had such a rough time. The history associated with Obama the ups and downs the controversy the bankruptcy not once but twice. Incredible ASSIZE LISTEN CAPABLE. Stella football too when you think about all the things often but it's that that spirit that sense of there was always that community to its Sedan. Me About you've been the complaint interesting to just need to look at for season The season tickets south past the previous seasons season tickets so city and honestly not tailgate tells you everything you need to know. And they'll keep unity's obviously by the football team so I write out some of those names those legends. But now I WANNA talk to you about your team login. There's only one. There's only one line At Aley both Amman. Thanks Don of the club is incredible. You know maybe Everything that was happening was going on and you can't smoke in washed not be team boss. Oh Lot can nothing. He stood Avi resist Spokesman for the fines he just just on the wall. You just Could easily play the weight and played. Stehlin city off at a couple of seasons by made after all Ma Am I'll get back to sit on amazing. They done obsolete by Just on expedition When you know when you get because he's Lead by example the way he conducted himself he was always stood up for all these colleagues teammate subsidy blowing absolutely growing auto biographies. I in Italian thing than English version coming out so if you ever get a chance to read your I I do. I looked it up and I do WanNa read that amazing diamond Edible stories and is he still with the club. Stellian knocking Type really still there. And but he's a minds to vote will is just unbelievable unbelievable. So you said you played as a kid as goalkeeper. Parma has some people by my has some interesting Keeping history but some good ones three years as an Claudio Tufail Look Bitchy. Oversleep reform off the home. Who did they offer Bostian free one hour religiously like two cannot resume? Antonio man for he was eggs limit was at Palma and also he moved on all their the bankruptcy happened and And the goat. Luigi say he started his giving a second season not stopped impress shaky moments law season. But it looks a little more solid this season. So they've always lost goalkeeper sorority years. Ask sure unfortunately none of them was me. Stay healthy for this. Yeah you can make it. Free agent. Carr's getting credit deserve a The two boys the by a galley oil and Yaqoob I think the two bro all season and and they just consistently do every week but will be digitally talks about loans That business I think Palmer would lucky to hold onto them to be honest coming into next season. Maybe the fact. Nobody's talking about it the money back. Good thanks as usual cannot flip liles and the guys at school goals they get the data and the guy's brilliant absolutely brilliant include by say union through his name. Most Dodd miano shoot. But I'm yet but the Luisita back row in Butler you notice like this is not there. The poster boy salon schooling goes every they can go unnoticed. What I find interesting is that when I I talk to Fans of Italian clubs. They are always talking about Defenders always the legends are always the defenders. And I think it's I think modern football narrates as Diane Odds Lino Defendant pro-police Hewlett Packard. Somebody a an PATACULA. Natalie multi knees but he's These guys actually to Capri defending Alec. Your watch some of the football. You're some Language Samuel some of the defendants absolutely awful. Maybe it's just I was watching. You know these On being a goalkeeper Draw I get about seeing attack this evening. I'll go. Maybe we opposite kid watching Football Barma like we've talking about earlier. They've had a lot of big names. Come through you guys have got one young player. Will you've listed as somebody who you'd like to see more of the play and up mentioned who is in Came FROM LAKE. Most of the Escort season. He's been struggling with injuries throughout the year. Just think he would be eight. When you see play just lakes energetic. He gets people also seats. Thank you could be adult. Thank arena will be their next season hope it will and and I think he could be the ideal placement Fordham and.

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"parma" Discussed on Far Away Fan

Far Away Fan

11:08 min | 1 year ago

"parma" Discussed on Far Away Fan

"He'll help into stimulus knows and you can also find us on instagram and twitter at father we fund border. That's bodily fan. Thanks and I hope you enjoy the show. I swam a Gio and I`Ma Parma Font from Glasgow and Scotland's and ion creator of Solo Parma Age. You how are you doing very well? Thank you thank you for having me on thank you. I know you've been busy. You won't televise. What Seven A. P. P. E. supply companies have been busy dashing musk's indulge Cuddles all of Scotland the last week or so so must be really tough. This time rain is very very very tough and down. Cut Down to four days a week and assist off getting supplies of PPA Bob when it's coming on it's going to connect places which is good to hospitals and things like that so yeah as as a boy at the moment I always offer the guest some coke bottle and seeing as how you my first international guests. I'm going to be finding that a little difficult but I have something for you. I'm just going to send that you don't care let's So it's a little gift of a coconut tree. Having some coconut water throwing it will be the only coconut gene skull just one day. Oh Gary Wonderful Me Dun Dun Dun. Have you ever been to get before you never never ever no no bucket today good? Good how. And why Bodmer Automo- assist them just as we were talking about Foster in one ninety-four As an eight-year-old Anna a as said the other Bonjour and polio. And from there I was only eight Italian but for Almeida Astronaut In Italian football and coming from Melos side of the family of Italian this Sunday tradition would always be get dressed up in really uncomfortable clothes to go to moss followed by a store. Paul Manas the way home. We are nice the WWF wrestling would be enforced by the city. I get my brother used to love the WWF and wait for the game. Unless Day was November nineteen ninety five and far more playing acey Milan and Peignoir optically seventeen. It'll go keep go before a day and it is A. I just started playing football for local club. I wasn't enjoying much wasn't very good. I was GONNA focused and two goals. 'cause I wasn't better than other things really wasn't enjoying it but that Sunday offering a certain. Watch this guy an hour away. Unhealthy PERFORMANCE LOT. Dave is unbelievable and just not only ricotta cheese sales. The structure hit ordinance broken from Austria. I wanted to be that guy. Yes Oh from the area. After that game I was at the garden of the Dave Gloves on an airplane as I go. Keep an off panel sense. Then Bam pulling any ee. Oviously Hebrew Maha do those in one but my lawf- apartment Continue to fall omen Some ups and downs since nineteen ninety five for a so. You said your mom is Italian. Yes smaller state of the former tally. Carlos later Scottish and those Sundays and your grandmother's house. Tell us more that I just remember lots of noise and I was always a quiet kid. Saw over the bet intimidating for me I am always just hop it them. When I love me my brothers would always went to the even worse today. Slamming and going setting works for volt for they often. And so he had a little indigestion. stacks Maine for. His mom used to dress as often. These awful march includes materials and it was so uncomfortable under center mass and then go home and watch the football Anna Binoche types. It was good. Get Fun you told me. Last time that your family ran on the air fashion CHIPO fishing ship coffee. And Yeah Yeah. So they run in the series. We would still often. Yeah from from time to time you know pathetically I signed the always seemed to demand and but now here good memories so Tim Grandmother. She put bullpen so she was actually from. Just oh say the Rome and she was. She was a massive Celtic fine and she would set. And what shouldn't watch the Games Set Teletext tailing next to schools As she is too so from the last mile my cousins and brings arrived at all. They're all still take funds through the little couple of his win. The Italian woman cousins these Stay on yeah my My brother he he went with the sculpture state. He's eighty united funds as about Max though. Sunday's must be fun man. Yeah yeah it was a long time ago now? Oh Yeah it was. It was good fun. Good memories as I see planes. The foods plenty annoys plenty of people there. What was good about more children is being. My dog was football Sunday. So tell me about An what's it like in Scotland Him. See sightsee say tonal via and today is lovely. The sons of him off a nice walk this morning during the beach with my mellow dog. And Not so nice places. We had always been balm and raised in Set of Glasgow just on the coast and I made a mistake a few years ago of moving away and move into the law school in combat within a year so kind of go to fly away from while she stays in only ten minutes away so made to go and get my my done from time to time but not as a nice little the easiest right on that right on the coast day. It's not too far away from the sesame if he ever wanted to go there and get it up through in Glasgow so it's nice to what can they have been able to get away veil and Michael. Ask Nice Nice Place. If you like Gulf by a a golf courses in Russia I mean I don't Following so your local football club is very heated dead. S. What are those attendances? Like how big totally somewhere between. Parnell one in two thousand each week maybe just over something like that and I tend to go often. My brother has a season ticket but I just it's cheaper for me to go and watch us today. I game and Watch Really Fish Championship game. Yeah I you see I always. It depends who you're going to watch against bought I can get you know tack going. Watch pocket between fifteen and twenty euros us to go and watch the scores chomping difference between sixty nine eighteen So it's probably one Law Money going to watch you know I can go from time to time and not dotted forces me to wallow. Put it hard with bomb. That's the thing. Yeah yeah that's that's the thing for us. Support my football. I feel like I can see it with my brother when he goes to watch air the something on stadium. It really means something. You've got connection there Guys support in the guy's full sail to our GOTO sales Tiny game doesn't you know. There's no doubt feel Emotional attachment watch on whether it be stadium Tv disconnection there. What's your earliest memory of Obama? Already told me about that. Maybe we can talk about some ninety five game game. Here is just time. You knew that the Milan team they would opt against the players by Jewell. And we're guys lot remember correctly ninety three bell under winona was Baccio. Ninety four was we are a yeah and so this seventeen year old Boffon is facing to balance win on his debut. Yup Yup artist just like the guy had been there for years so calm the seizures pulling off it just. It wasn't wasn't fazed at all by guys late and I think I'm pretty sure they got too much day and and from the early. Don't think Hewlett biped from there and that was a nice thing to start because the castle coffee Paul Milton on like five or six game winning streak off. They'll lose five sites When a few weeks as this team straight talk so it's down to I mean it down to before and really your story starts with buffoon absolutely not suspect And and and from the adult Sadat connection even after he he left You know that was cleared. It was Palm House supported foreigner off the lot. Obama went through some rough history those IOS deters a few hack blah. Couple of well they had had some good teams as well. And also the nineteen ninety eight season an FA.

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Boston: Local College Students Impacted By Coronavirus Crisis In Italy

WBZ Afternoon News

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Boston: Local College Students Impacted By Coronavirus Crisis In Italy

"The corona virus is spreading like wildfire in parts of Italy that is a big concern for local students who are studying their assumption college presidents says they have twenty one students in Italy right now most read rolled three or in Florence and says with spring break coming up some parts of Italy are now off limits we have issue to all the students who are studying in Italy competitions up traveling to northern Italy where the corona virus has manifested itself in large numbers some some college president Francesco Cesareo Boston College junior Katherine Schofield is in Parma Italy for a six month program and she tells WBZ TV they are staying put for now it's kind of like a subtle panic on everyone's just like that all the stores were sold out of hand sanitizer Stonehill college in a statement says it is recommending that its two dozen students in Florence and Rome returned to the U. S. out of an abundance of

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Trio of astronauts leave ISS and return to Earth

Geek News Central

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Trio of astronauts leave ISS and return to Earth

"Record setting space. Travelers return to Earth a trio space travelers. That was returned to Earth this morning from the International Space Station including NASA's astronaut Christina Koch. Who set a record for longest single spaceflight by a woman at three hundred twenty six extreme days? Also coming home was USA astronaut Luca Parma Tunnel. Who now has spent a total three hundred sixty seven days in space into missions more days than any? Es a astronaut in history of course the crew of expedition sixty one also included Russian. Cosmonaut and so US commander Alexsandr screw guate- I destroyed that WHO completed his third mission for a total of five hundred forty six days in space putting him in fifteenth on the all all time in space listen they landed in Kazakhstan at fourteen eight or twelve. Am Eastern Standard Time. Southwest other motown of Dijon Kazakhstan so Congratulations and the nicest here. They made it back safe.

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Giuliani associates plead not guilty to campaign finance charges

Eddie and Rocky

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Giuliani associates plead not guilty to campaign finance charges

"Meantime president trump's legal team argued before an appeals court in New York City today just a few court rooms away though to associates of the president's attorney Rudy Giuliani appeared before a judge on campaign finance charges left Parma city gore from and stood before the judge here in pleaded not guilty to campaign finance charges they were each released on a million dollars bond an outside court harness proclaimed his innocence I would vigorously in court and I'm still in the the time will be revealed I will be vindicated the defense said harness work for Rudy guiliani and raised executive privilege concerns about the case since guiliani is president trump's

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GM-UAW contract talks focus on temp workers

Mike McConnell

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

GM-UAW contract talks focus on temp workers

"With General Motors strike it now in its second week senator Sherrod brown met with United auto workers on the picket lines in Parma urging the strikers to remain strong as are not just fight for their contracts are fighting for workers to to to re open large town they're fighting for workers who are temporary workers a lot of have to commute from Mansfield where I grew up or even Columbus. GM and the UAW negotiators met all weekend and return to talks on Monday

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UNESCO food and culture forum dishes up fresh serving of SDGs

UN News

08:51 min | 2 years ago

UNESCO food and culture forum dishes up fresh serving of SDGs

"Beyond nourishing US food considers eight great half to follow to understand the development changes that are needed for a sustainable future that's according to the UN Educational Scientific and Cultural Organizations Assistant Director General for Culture and has to atone speaking from the UNESCO World Forum in Parma Italy Italy who says it's possible for the world to practice sustainable food production and consumption while respecting traditional practices. Mr Turn told You News Natalie Hutchinson what participants hoped to gain the forums conclusion what is great when you speak about food is that everybody is agree that that's one of the moment to be challenging. Moment of the day is when you are around the table around. Food is the way that you communicate when he kate is the way that you express yourself. It's the way that you are sharing your thoughts about. How is is is the society the way that the challenges that you want to introduce food is and its preparation. It's important understand. It's not only the product that we are talking about. He's also an important expression of human creativity. That's why one of the program that we built for more than fifteen years ago was creative city and one out the item that was introduced was strumming cities creativity of gastronomy. It's about CDs that are very concentrated to make the city you know name off of of engagement with food as a whole and it's understand the agriculture the two in the way of the put me as a way of leaving intangible Cultural Harry touch at the same time. It's a moment also to speak about the two billion people that do not have regular access to save nutrition food. We are talking talking about one third of all food produced globally that is wasted so if we can see that's huge and that's Twi we want to have this dialogue exchange experiences and good practices to see how we can be more efficient in what we are talking when when Westbrook you're GonNa want food and culture and I want to dive into the creative cities network a little bit and this is this is kind of fascinating essentially cities are using astronomy me as a way of promoting the SDG's or achieving the SDG's is that correct and if so what might this look like on the ground. Maybe you can give us an example of one of the cities and what they're doing. Yes right now you have more than hundred and eighty. CDs Of Creativity of which twenty six is city of gastronomy. We have in all continents. Yes and that's very important in China Sweden. I don't Japan Brazil and Italy sure and the city what they are doing. Ah trying to do is finding innovative ways of capitalizing for one side the traditions and also the contemporary creativity in the the area food what they trying to achieve east understand that food is not what he served in a plate. That's the end. The process is how a whole city understand. That food is around the economic growth but also it's part of the density of the community is the way that they redefine. What is the heritage and transform it in some contemporary way of live. It's not accidental that we do it. In Parma I mean when you think about Obama is one of the place in Italy where there's the most most big industries around buster for one example but he lays there but at the same time is where a lot of local product I coming from and what they have been achieving for more than ten centuries used to preserve the way to make food the same way that they did it four hundred hundred years and it's incredible when you think that you could do these things more industrial way and they continue to do it because they want to be ensuring that the product is the same that was create for more than hundreds and hundreds hundred of us and that's great because if you think only in the economical point of view you will achieve and and what we're trying to show show is how you can build development. We don't losing the traditional way of doing things wonderful. So are you optimistic about the ability to balance say sustainable food processing consumption while respecting cultural identity we asked you death is initials. We think that the only way that the true we see with the good practices where these things are putting place if we see what it means to the communities what it means to to the show social cohesion to their transformation and we see that sustainable development is part of this path the other way we know the result we are looking the results we are going through right against the wall and seeing that for new generation at the end will be how we manage to give new generation a way of living that it's contemporary it's more. Dan We not talking about this but where we respect our tradition way eh of producing food and to be ensuring that what we have to build around this is a dialogue between cultures ways of of of of respecting the environment and to bring to our table the best food that we can and the best quality we we dealt wasting a lot of what we are doing right now and perhaps we'll be better society in the future and more aw good example for children. What is important is by culture. Is the best diplomacy that we know and we think food can be one of the great parts to follow. Oh Great. Is there a particular place whether that's food processor consumption where we are failing the most and where where can we improve the most in terms of food and culture in relation to sustainable development. I think that there's room everywhere in each in each case you have examples of to do things better and implemented we have to do and the only way to do is to share at the end of this phone. What we want in the next month is that's how we gonNA build a map of what has been discussed and to showcase all the good practices that we have the last years to to to share with with the member states and to find ways how we can all these experts community participants to go and make capacity-building custody building also in some regions that want that need that are asking us how to manage some of these issue and sometimes uh-huh can help a whole society to change wonderful that was going to be my final question. Is What's the biggest takeaway from this and maybe you could expand a little bit beyond next month. What what does UNESCO hope to gain at the end of this what we wanted also to do is have on November kimber nineteen November here in Paris the forum of Minister of Culture after twenty one years the last one took and when it the issue is that we want to share also everything that happened in the last not twenty one because to management in the last yes about some some of the forum on some of the issue that are part of the disease but has no no goal associated. I have some I'm part of the goal to see if we are able also to propose for few in next year's some transfers items in culture that we all member states we are able to share as a break point in the actress situation about development spent one of the results that we hope that we've come up these forum to can present some documents that can happen to understand that it's a global issue and not a particular issue for North Countries or South countries.

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Satellite photos show burning Iran space center launch pad

Stephanie Miller

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Satellite photos show burning Iran space center launch pad

"Or satellite images show the smoldering remains of a rocket but in an Iranian Space Center that was supposed to conduct the U. S. criticize satellite launch satellite pictures were taken Thursday morning if the call many space centers around some in province photos show black smoke in Parma painted launch pad apparently scorched

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Millions of Pills Flood Ohio CVS Pharmacy

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

02:18 min | 2 years ago

Millions of Pills Flood Ohio CVS Pharmacy

"That at knuckle heads bar and grill in Parma Ohio perfect name they disclose the CVS across the street had received more pain pills over a seven year period than any other drug store in Cuyahoga county over six million pills in a seven year period so less than a hundred thousand pills now six doesn't know no nothing less than a million pills per year we put it out just slightly less that's all I don't know if that's allotted to CVS go to a CVS their business what they're off they're everywhere they're busy so there was a homeless encampment just beyond the CVS is a popular place for her when users and this one guy who got caught up in all of this is I don't blame CVS he condemned the drug companies may large profits and encourage doctors to prescribe opioids if I'm a drug company I I of course I'm going to try and sell my product there's been approved by the food drug administration of course I am that's what you do that's what they're in business to do that's why I mean I I you got to hang it on that's why the doctors make a lot of money had been given a lot of responsibility they're the ones who have to oversee this in the pharmacies have to be careful about making sure that there's no fraud involved and they do have these programs now to make sure that you're not out doctor shopping so who's to blame this trial is underway they're gonna try and sued the drug makers I I don't know it sounds like these opioids been around a long enough time to to were doctors you're the doctor the colleagues he was he was very cautious I presume most doctors are specially with something new and I'm not going to take the word of a pharmaceutical sales person I'm gonna do my research what is what do the studies say and does the FDA did the FDA say anything in their literature that were proving this but caution caution caution this has it's highly

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"parma" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"parma" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"When you live in the vineyards, and your kids are running around the vineyards, you wanna make sure what you're doing is healthy, what you're putting into the vineyards is a good for you and be is going to be good for the family and good for the people who, then be drinking your wise, so green farming and sustainability is always been a part of what we do. Even though we didn't necessarily have the right catchphrase back then. And what was it like over king with your family growing sticky? Literally sticky and not being cheeky because everything in the winery when the grapes, come in is covered with sugar. The grapes, are about twenty six degrees sugared, and then everything that they come in contact with has his beautiful little sticky film on it. And in its we can't help smell it and feel it in the air. So grow up in that environment. You have a heightened sense of smell, heightened sense of taste, and, and you love it, and everything about the valley when the from going on perfumed air Matic. There's a bustle. So it's, it's a co community that changes, ebbs and flows and evolves around the great Parma's to make these beautiful products. It sounds amazing but I will say a lot of people advise you to not work with families. So are there any any cons working with families? There's always working with family, but the pros outweigh the cons. I think are, are fairly obvious, though, at the end of the day in you wanna hang your shovel, and you want to just relax. And maybe vent about the day. Yeah. Yeah. When, when you in this hierarchy in any company dad's the, you know, the top of the food chain of the time, then complaining about your boss, but you also feel lamenting about then family..

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"parma" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

09:26 min | 3 years ago

"parma" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"A chance to win a prize announcement who do you think that is? Yeah. While every turning you praise in the street. I never have a clue. Arthur sorry, we're all in this together. We're together alone on a Sunday night. Everybody who listens right now is a long we're alone in the car were driving across I ninety going across eighty four eighty three eighty to eighty and the luge I ninety one we're going up. I five in California down the one. Oh, one whatever you want to go down in California. Go on the one. Oh, one don't go on I five take five to go north and on the Dan Ryan the famous Dan Ryan the outer beltway in Washington DC. It's just us alone in the car. It's just us and I'm live on a Sunday night. There's nothing else live. You know, what's on the radio? Now, you you go switch to one of those little music stations. You know, what you're going to hear you got to hear this jockeys. Happy and promising to give you a thousand dollars international God test thousand dollars in a national contest. Your odds of winning a prize announcement or a whole lot better. The two thousand dollars in a national contest, and considering the size of those companies you think they could come up with a little better than a thousand dollars. I can get a thousand dollars on a scratcher at a bad gas station in a bad neighborhood on a Saturday morning. Really thousand bucks is the best. You can do. Well, what you wanna do? Now. There's so many options that I have coming up. We're going to hear from bad college radio. We're going to have an example of bad college radio. Plus, I have part two of Florida's stories. It's just a very full show. Wanna talk to you about Parma, Ohio wanna talk to you about a place. It's really interesting story. Let me tell you about this. This is a community that has no bars it has taverns, and it has no. Bowling alleys? It has a bowling center about thirty thousand people who live in Palmer, Ohio about thirty thousand people. And the interesting thing about Parma Ohio's effort thirty thousand people they have at least three hundred churches. You think Parma Ohio? You're thinking of the drew Carey show where he sang there's a moon over Parma tonight. Remember that? And he's thinking, you know, typical mid west town. No, it's not Parma Ohio, which is a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio is is a very interesting place because every election every national election. They get a right. They picked the winner every time. The other thing about Parma Ohio is it's near the General Motors Lordstown plant where they make the Chevy Cruz. Oh until they shut that plant a couple of months ago. Now, you don't just close an automobile manufacturing plant that covers hundreds and hundreds of acres. It has thousands of miles of piping in it with hydraulic fluids and oil and gasoline an air compressed, and you don't just walk away from. Auto manufacturing plant. It's impossible. The maintenance it would be dangerous to abandon an auto factory. Be dangerous. But many of the people who work at the Lordstown plant in Ohio live in Parma. But I wanna talk to you about something really interesting about Parma moms, you talk to you about Parma moms when you think of Parma Ohio, you think of drew Carey, but it's it's a little more complicated than that about Parma Ohio goes like this Parma Ohio is made up of small track. How small track houses and a few trailer parks and a couple nice neighborhoods with words like Huntsman where the houses are a little bigger, but mostly these are eight hundred square foot houses with two or three bedrooms on the same floor an attached garage and a little driveway for one car and on the front lawns. Well, they've got those concrete pedestals with the future ball on top. You know that ball where it looks like a fortune teller ball that's on top the pink flamingos a lot of those windmills on the front lawn. However, there is no poverty in Parma, Ohio. Everybody works in Parma, Ohio. Those houses even though small are nita's could be well painted. The lawns are beautifully maintained. The cars. It's a two thousand eight minivan. But it works. And everybody in Parma works. The mom in Parma, Ohio. And I know many moms in Parma Ohio of mom in Parma, Ohio takes takes her kid to dance class, and she doesn't drop that kid off. She sits there and watches and she takes him to cheerleading, and she sits there and watches and takes them to the swim meets and stays and brings the snacks for the other kids and sells candies and cookies for the charities that support her children's activities, and she has an iphone with a calendar that lists every single thing that her kids have to do that week that month, she knows where her children are they she knows who they're with. She knows exactly how they're doing in school. And she is a meeting with the teacher coming up in case. There's any problem. She follows them to sports she takes him to hockey ice skating. She's with them. Jeez. A real mom. She's with them. Now, she may have a job, but she's working the second shift and on that second shift her mother or her father is taking care of the kids because her husband is also working two shifts. But they're working. No poverty in Parma, Ohio. When they go to a restaurant. It's a family restaurant in family restaurant. The door opens and people are seated close together because it's a warm comforting environment and the smell was incredible. Because there's a Latvian village polo polish. Visit the village there all sorts of remarkable places in Parma, Ohio. He's talking about Parma, Ohio, really wise. He's talking about Parma Ohio because it's fascinating that for a city of thirty thousand people they always predict who's going to win the next presidential election. They always predict major trends, if you wanna know the next hot thing for kids. You take a look at what the kids in Parma Ohio are doing. Now. You take one look at a mom in Parma, Ohio. You look in her eyes. You don't have to have a conversation. And in one second, you will know why? In one second. You'll know why she would not vote for Hillary Clinton who again is making noises that she's going to run and I'm not saying whether or not she should or any of that. We're not talking about politics. I'm talking about life. A mom and Parma Ohio is not gonna vote for Hillary Clinton ever. And did I'll tell you why. Because you see I comes for kids and number two comes her dignity. Number two comes her dignity. The one thing I know for sure about the moms of Parma Ohio is they will tolerate their husband coming home late once or twice a month. And they'll tolerate him. He was supposed to unclog that toilet this morning before he went to work. But he he's promised. He's going to do it when he gets home. He should have done it. When it went to work and forgot the milk again. And the car is still making that noise and really he has to have his mother over this weekend. We have so much to do she'll put up with all that. But she gets meals on the table. She is the mom who brings snacks to the events. She's the one who knows where kids supposed to be which competition is next. She's that mom, and she'll put up with a lot from that husband. She'll put up with him once a month being out with the guys a little late coming home from bowling a little late. That's all fine. But here's what she won't put up with. She won't put up with him cheating. She would never put up with him cheating. And that's the mystery. A mom in Parma. Ohio wife in Parma, Ohio finds out that there's a woman whose husband cheated, and she stayed with him. She stuck with him. Nothing matters after that. The men to chief finds that out about a woman that she stuck with a cheater. The mom in Parma Ohio has nothing to do with that woman ever again..

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"parma" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

07:23 min | 3 years ago

"parma" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"What will you wanna do? Now. There's so many options that I have will coming up. We're gonna hear from bad college radio. We're gonna have an example of bad college radio. Plus, I have part two of Florida's stories. It's just a very full show. I wanna talk to you about Parma Ohio wanna talk to you about a place. It's really interesting. I have a story. Let me tell you about this. This is a community that has no bars it has taverns, and it has no. Bowling alleys? It has a bowling center about thirty thousand people who live in Parma Ohio about thirty thousand people. And the interesting thing about Parma Ohio's effort thirty thousand people they have at least three hundred churches, you think Parma Ohio. You're thinking of the drew Carey show where he sang there's a moon over Parma tonight. Remember that? And you're thinking, you know, typical mid west town. No, it's not Parma Ohio, which is a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio is is a very interesting place because every election every national election. They get a right. They picked the winner every time. The other thing about Parma Ohio is it's near the General Motors Lordstown plant where they make the Chevy Cruz. Oh until they shut that plant a couple months ago. Now, you don't just close an automobile manufacturing plant that covers hundreds and hundreds of acres. It has thousands of miles of piping in it with hydraulic fluids and oil and gasoline air, compressed, and you don't just walk away from. Auto manufacturing plant. It's impossible. The maintenance it would be dangerous to abandon an auto factory. Be dangerous. But many of the people who work at the Lordstown plant in Ohio live in Parma. But I wanna talk to you about something really interesting about Parma moms. We talk to you about Parma moms when you think of Parma Ohio, you think of drew Carey. But it's it's a little more complicated than that about Parma Ohio goes like this. Parma Ohio is made up of small track. How small track houses and a few trailer parks and a couple nice neighborhoods with words like Huntsman where the houses are a little bigger, but mostly these are eight hundred square foot houses with two or three bedrooms on the same floor an attached garage and a little driveway for one car and on the front lawns. Well, they've got those concrete pedestals with the future ball on top. You know that ball where it looks like a fortune teller ball that's on top the pink flamingos a lot of those windmills on the front lawn. However, there is no poverty in Parma, Ohio. Everybody works in Parma, Ohio. Those houses even though small are nita's could be well painted. The lawns are beautifully maintained. The cars. It's a two thousand eight minivan but of works. And everybody in Parma works and a in Parma, Ohio, and I know many moms in Parma, Ohio, a mom and Parma Ohio takes takes her kid to dance class, and she doesn't drop the kid off. She sits there and watches and she takes him to cheer leading. And she sits there and watches and takes them to the swim meets and stays and brings the snacks for the other kids and sells candies and cookies for the charities that support her children's activities, and she has an iphone with a calendar that lists every single thing that her kids have to do that week month. She knows where her children are they she knows who they're with. She knows exactly how they're doing in school. And she is a meeting with the teacher coming up in case. There's any problem. She follows them to sports she takes him to hockey ice skating. She's with them. She's a real mom. She's with them. Now, she may have a job, but she's working the second shift and on that second shift her mother or her father is taking care of the kids because her husband is also working two shifts. But they're working. No poverty in Parma, Ohio. When they go to a restaurant. It's a family restaurant in family restaurant. The door opens and people are seated close together because it's a warm comforting environment and the smell was incredible. Because there's a live in village polo polish. Visit the village they're all sorts of remarkable places in Parma, Ohio. He's talking about Parma, Ohio. Really? Why is he talking about Parma Ohio because it's fascinating that for a city of thirty thousand people they always predict who's going to win the next presidential election. They always predict major trends, if you wanna know the next hot thing for kids. You take a look at what the kids in Parma Ohio are doing. Now. You take one look at a mom in Parma, Ohio. You look in her eyes. You don't have to have a conversation. And in one second, you will know why? In one second. You'll know why she would not vote for Hillary Clinton who again is making noises that she's going to run and I'm not saying whether or not she should or any of that. We're not talking about politics. I'm talking about life. A mom and Parma Ohio's not gonna vote for Hillary Clinton ever. And did I'll tell you why. Because you see I comes her kids and number two comes her dignity. Number two comes her dignity. The one thing I know for sure about the moms of Parma Ohio is they will tolerate their husband coming home late once or twice a month. And they'll tolerate him. He was supposed to unclog that toilet this morning before he went to work. But he he he's promised. He's gonna do it when he gets home. He should have done it when it went to work and always forgot the milk again. And then the car is still making that noise and really he has to have his mother over this weekend. We have so much to do she'll put up with all that. But she gets the meals on the table. She is the mom who brings snacks to the events. She's the one who knows where kids supposed to be which competition is next. She's that mom, and she'll put up with a lot from that husband. She'll put up with him once a month being out with the guys a little late coming home from bowling a little late. That's all fine. But here's what she won't put up with him. She won't put up with him cheating. She would never put up with him cheating. And that's the mystery. A mom in Parma, Ohio a wife in Parma.

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"parma" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

09:38 min | 3 years ago

"parma" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Who this is? No bra I'm into the nets. Pre the nets chance to win a prize announcement who do you think that is? Yeah. What every turning you praise? The mystery voice. I never never clue. Sorry. It's right. We're all in this together. We're together alone on Sunday night. Everybody who listens right now is a long we're alone in the car were driving across I ninety going across eighty four eighty three eighty to eighty and the luge I ninety one we're going up. I five in California down the one. Oh, one whatever you want to go down in California. Go on the one. Oh, one don't go on I five take five to go north and on the Dan Ryan the famous Dan Ryan the outer beltway in Washington DC. It's just us alone in the car. It's just us and I'm live on a Sunday night. There's nothing else live. You know, what's on the radio? Now, you you go switched one of those little music stations. You know, what you're going to hear? You're to hear disc jockeys. Happy and promising to give you a thousand dollars international God test thousand dollars in a national contest. Your odds of winning a prize announcement or a whole lot better. The two thousand dollars in a national contest, and considering the size of those companies you think they could come up with a little better than a thousand dollars. I can get a thousand dollars on a scratcher at a bad gas station in a bad neighborhood on a Saturday morning. Really thousand bucks is the best. You can do. Well, will you wanna do? Now. There's so many options that I have well coming up we're getting to hear from bad college radio. We're gonna have an example of bad college radio. Plus, I apart to a Florida stories. It's just a very full show. I wanna talk to you about Parma Ohio wanna talk to you about a place. It's really interesting story. Let me tell you about this. This is a community that has no bars it has taverns, and it has no. Bowling. It has a bowling center about thirty thousand people who live in Parma Ohio about thirty thousand people. And the interesting thing about Parma, Ohio is for thirty thousand people they have at least three hundred churches. You think Parma Ohio? You're thinking of the drew Carey show where he sang there's a moon over Parma tonight. Remember that? And he's thinking, you know, typical mid west town. No, it's not Parma Ohio, which is a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio is is a very interesting place because every election every national election. They get a right. They picked the winner every time. The other thing about Parma Ohio is it's near the General Motors Lordstown plant where they make the Chevy Cruz. Oh until they shut that plant a couple of months ago. Now, you don't just close an automobile manufacturing plant that covers hundreds and hundreds of acres. It has thousands of miles of piping in it with hydraulic fluids and oil and gasoline air, compressed, and you don't just walk away from. Auto manufacturing plant. It's impossible. The maintenance it would be dangerous to to abandon an auto factory. Be dangerous. But many of the people who work at the Lordstown plant in Ohio live in Parma. But I wanna talk to you about something really interesting about Parma moms, you talk to you about Parma moms when you think of Parma Ohio, you think of drew Carey. But it's it's a little more complicated than that about Parma Ohio goes like this. Farm Ohio's made up of small track. How small track houses and a few trailer parks and a couple nice. Neighborhoods with words like Huntsman with the houses are a little bigger. But mostly these are eight hundred square foot houses with two or three bedrooms on the same floor and attached garage and a little driveway for one car and on the front lawns. Well, they've got those concrete pedestals with the future ball on top. You know that ball where looks like a fortune teller ball that's on top the pink flamingos a lot of those windmills on the front lawn. However, there is no poverty in Parma, Ohio. Everybody works in Parma, Ohio, those houses, even those small are nita's could be well painted. The lawns are beautifully maintained. The cars. It's a two thousand eight minivan. But it works. And everybody in Parma works. A mom in Parma, Ohio. And I know many moms in Parma, Ohio, a mom in Parma Ohio takes takes her kid to dance class, and she doesn't drop the kid off. She sits there and watches and she takes him to cheerleading, and she sits there and watches and takes them to the swim meets and stays and brings the snacks for the other kids and sells candies and cookies for the charities that support her children's activities, and she has an iphone with a calendar that list every single thing that her kids have to do that week month. She knows where her children are they she knows who they're with. She knows exactly how they're doing in school. And she is a meeting with the teacher coming up in case. There's any problem. She follows them to sports she takes him to hockey ice skating. She's with them. She's a real mom. She's with them. Now, she may have a job, but she's working the second shift. And on that second shift her mother or her father is taking care of the kids because her husband is also working two shifts. But they're working. No poverty in Parma, Ohio. When they go to a restaurant, it's a family restaurant, and in that family restaurant the door opens people are seated close together because it's a warm comforting environment and the smell owes incredible. Because there's a live in village polo polish. Visit the village they're all sorts of remarkable places in Parma, Ohio. He's talking about Parma, Ohio. Really? Why is he talking about Parma Ohio because it's fascinating that for a city of thirty thousand people they always predict who's going to win the next presidential election. They always predict major trends if you want to know the next hot thing for kids. You take a look at what the kids in Parma Ohio are doing. Now. You take one look at a mom in Parma, Ohio. You look in her eyes. You don't have to have a conversation. And in one second, you will know why? In one second. You'll know why she would not vote for Hillary Clinton who again is making noises that she's going to run and I'm not saying whether or not she should or any of that. We're not talking about politics talking about life. A mom and Parma Ohio's not gonna vote for Hillary Clinton ever. And did I'll tell you why. Because you see I come kids and number two comes her dignity. Number two comes her dignity. The one thing I know for sure about the moms of Parma Ohio is they will tolerate their husband coming home late once or twice a month. And they'll tolerate him. He was supposed to unclog that toilet this morning before he went to work. But he he's promised. He's going to do it when he gets home. He should have done it. When it went to work and forgot the milk again. And the car is still making that noise and really he has to have his mother over this weekend. We have so much to do she'll put up with all that. But she gets meals on the table. She is the mom who brings snacks to the events. She's the one who knows where kids supposed to be which competition is next. She's that mom, and she'll put up with a lot from that husband. She'll put up with him once a month being out with the guys a little late coming home from bowling a little late. That's all fine. But here's what she won't put up with. She won't put up with him cheating. She would never put up with him cheating. And that's the mystery. A mom in Parma, Ohio a wife in Parma Ohio finds out that there's a woman whose husband cheated and she stayed with him. She stuck with him. Nothing matters after that. The Mendocino finds that out about a woman that she stuck with a cheater. The mom in Parma Ohio has nothing to do with that woman ever again. Bring my love..

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"parma" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:39 min | 3 years ago

"parma" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Of them have gone by the wayside. Especially those coins. So stay tuned. At has changed. The complexion changed. Now, we'll tend to see real soon what that means member. We called an Ehlo back in October. And november. Really only lasted seven weeks took time. And then we rolled over badly. We said we're gonna get a waterfall. We got the waterfall. Now, we're getting back the waterfall. And let's hope. The low is it. The perma bears are saying, oh, we're going much lower. The Parma bowls a single we're back in the new bull market, by the way. I heard that from three people today. And all I could say was. How would anybody know we're back in a bull market after a few days? But it's been strong that doesn't matter. It was that week. When you are weak is week. You're going to get these bounces. Also seeking better action five below FIV. Footlocker NFL Dollar General deejays of some of those doing better in restaurants wing. Stop W, I N G and yum brands. Why you am? I mentioned Chipotle is three names. So there are a few things. But I want to see what happens on the pullback. I've been asked about several thousand times over the last week about apple okay? Maybe ten times. It's just very weak. It's bouncing up right now. I don't like the fact that they decided not to come out anymore and report sales numbers for the iphone. No kidding. Obviously, China's an issue. I think more it's price. I think the hit the wall on price. That's the guest will no one time. I must tell you. I thought when Disney hit the wall would hit the wall at one hundred bucks per ticket. They're they're higher than that. Now. And there's still packed safer. Universal here in Orlando. But then again, it's the happiest place on earth. The world. What's that twenty four thousand area and the twenty six hundred area on the Dow s and p respectively that's the big breakdowns. Nasdaq is kind of right in there with the NASDAQ one hundred give or take about a percent. If we had the market do our bidding. We would love, and we we were wildly bullish. We would love to see. One two percent pullback over a week's time. Nice quiet. Bear bullish wedge. From. Let's call it. Ten thirty to five thirty. Ten thirty bega ten thirty two to four thirty. Let's little pullback. But the market doesn't care what I think. We'll see what happens watch the new highlights closely. If this thing's going to get going usually the first names that get to new highs do the damage. We'll see. And again. Yeah. A few thousand earnings reports that come out very soon. And the job is simple. How's the reactions? What's gap? What's gap and down? What's breaking out? What's breaking down? What opens up ten finishes down three? What opens down ten finishes up three? Who says we expecting two point five billion in sales next quarter. We're going to do three point one. Or were expecting two point five billion sales. We're getting we're gonna do one point nine. You know, what happens? That's the job. We never go on vacation during earning seasons. If you ever noticed that I've never said it. You'll never see me on vacation during our necks. So from about January sixteenth seventeenth to February tenth never from about April fifteenth to twentieth to may tenth. From about July fifteenth up to August tenth. And from October fifteenth to twentieth to November tenth. Would never way. We.

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"parma" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:23 min | 3 years ago

"parma" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"So stay tuned. Market has changed. The complexion has changed. Now, we'll tend to see real soon what that means member. We called an Ehlo back in October. And november. Really only lasted seven weeks took time. And then we rolled over badly. We said we were going to get a waterfall. We got the waterfall. Now, we're getting back the waterfall. And let's hope. The low is it. The perma bears are saying, oh, we're going much lower. The Parma bowls a single we're back in a new bull market, by the way. I heard that from three people today. And all I could say was. Evei? How would anybody know we're back in a bull market after a few days? But it's been struck that doesn't matter. It was that week. When you are weak is week. You're going to get these bounces. Also seeking better action five below FIV. Footlocker NFL Dollar General de so some of those doing better. In restaurants. Wingstop W, I N G and yum brands why you m and I mentioned Chipotle. It is three names. So there are a few things. But I wanna see what happens on the pullback. I've been asked about several thousand times over the last week about apple okay? Maybe ten times. It's just very weak. It's bouncing up right now. I don't like the fact that they decided not to come out anymore report. Sales numbers for the iphone. No kidding. Obviously, China's an issue. I think more it's price. I think hit the wall on price. That's the guest will no one time. I must tell you. I thought when Disney hit the wall would hit the wall at one hundred bucks per ticket. They're they're higher than that. Now. And there's still packed safer for universal here in Orlando. But then again, it's the happiest place on earth. The world. Watch that twenty four thousand area and that twenty six hundred Harry area on the Dow s and p respectively that's the big breakdowns. Nasdaq is kind of right in there with the NASDAQ one hundred give or take about a percent. If we had the market to do our bidding. We would love, and we we were wildly bullish. We would love to see. One two percent pullback over a week's time. Nice quiet. Bear bullish wedge. From. Let's call it. Ten thirty to five thirty. Ten thirty to ten thirty two to four thirty. Let's little pullback. But the Martin care what I think. We'll see what happens watch the new highlights closely. If this thing's going to get going usually the first names that get to new highs do the damage. We'll see. And again. Few thousand earnings reports that come out very soon. And the job is simple. How's the reactions? What's up, what's gap and down? What's breaking out? What's breaking down? What opens up ten finishes down three? What opens down ten finishes up three? Who says we expecting two point five billion in sales next quarter. We're going to do three point one. Or would expecting two point five billion sales. We're getting we're gonna do one point nine. What happens? That's the job. We never go on vacation during earning seasons. If you ever noticed that I've never said it. You'll never see me on vacation during our necks. So from about January sixteenth seventeenth to February tenth never. From about April fifteenth to twentieth to may tenth. From about July tenth fifteenth up to August tenth. And from October fifteenth to twentieth to about November tenth. Would never way..

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"parma" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"parma" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Jackie. And I say that not knowing you. But all the things that I've heard about you from various people make me happy that I'm able to tell the story with you. Welcome. Well, thank you. I'm glad to be with you this morning. All right. So farm dog where did the idea come from? I was working with some farmers at Parma show and one had a partial leg imputation. He was sharing with me. How his dog helped him so much on the farm. We use dogs on our farmers. Well with our cattle and got to thank well, why don't we do some more detailed training and to just meet the farmers needs. And that's kind of how the the ball got rolling on the idea behind farm dog training. Are you training dogs you draining? The owners. Do a little bit of both. You can't can't place a dog with armor without them knowing the commands, and and how they work as well. A little bit about is this a a program similar to what the military has and turning these dogs some of them into a spectacular and wonderful help to the people that are in in the line of fire is this the same kind of thing only we are aiming to help the farmer instead of the soldier. Well, it it's similar in that we're doing detailed training to meet a specific need, and and that is a need of a farmer lease border collies to help with livestock purposes. That's actually our largest request is dealt with livestock. And then we use labradors save from shelters and train them with what we call service skills such as retrieving too old and carrying buckets and trained one to even open a gate just anything to save some time and energy for a farmer dealing with the illness or injury or some sort of disability. So they can use that energy elsewhere on the farm their four legged farmhand helps them out. Well, the four-legged farmhand has always been out since I was a kid been around cows all my life. The dogs never though, I'm trying to think I had a bulldog for fourteen years, and she was a character with the cows really was. But she wasn't the BULLDOGS are herders by nature, but there are other. You know, they're too small to really have any really impact. But the way that this thing works is fabulous. We'll talk about it. Hold on a second. Jackie Allen brand here..

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"parma" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"parma" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"The line. And you know, it worked is this wonderful juxtaposition. I just loved me, gene, Oakland grownup. He was just he was just the best. He was no one ever talked to there's there's video on YouTube of hulk HOGAN training mean Jean Oakland and. Ever seen this before we presume that this is safe because this on network television back in the aids. From it's five in the morning. Where are we going to go? Workout start five o'clock. What are you doing without smoke more in my face? My god. What is this, Gino? Well, hulk getting writing for breakfast. Yeah. I'm gonna have some pancakes. Banks. A cigar. We're gonna start out on the right foot. Get that top of you're gonna start out on the right foot. I'll make you breakfast. Stay right there. Listen to me forgets, the cigars the coffee, the begging and eggs, especially. Bloomberg tactics glasses wherever they're at. A couple of glasses. Breakfast. Keep it going all day long. Daddy, don't worry about brother. You to be kidding me? No carbs, no fat. But you're thinking. Hallstrom man, you gotta get your head, right? Not. Aw. The only way to go gene urine strict training. We can watch your diet gonna make sure you don't get overloaded with all his Parma hydrates, especially that nasty cigar. I saw you smoking. The best protein. You can get this four times.

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"parma" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"parma" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"Nineteen Eighty-four kid. You get an Atari. Sorry, bowling slowdown. But Thuc he was going between seventy and ninety miles per hour to route the chase. With Carter reports the officer lost sight of the SUB SUV after about four miles. So he loses. He's lost his dad and he's lost in the sauce. And he's lost. The trust of his mother episode is. Wait. What did you say the beliefs his father and the trust of his? I'm sorry. Okay. Great. At twelve forty nine. Fuck it. Whoa. All together. I think we all have is steering wheel to. Hey, go. So the officer after about four miles. He loses the cop, but another Brooklyn officer got on and picked up chase for another two more miles. Now, he's got another cop. Chase is insane. Wow. That officer also lost sight of common kid is baby driver. He has no idea that someone's chasing. He's just old Rb song. Pods. Yeah. The officer lost sight of them, but a Parma heights officer spotted the SUV and chased it for a short time. So this is his third office. Okay. Parma heights called off the chase. So now he just gets them to give up a get up about twenty five minutes later, the boy crashed into a part truck on west shaft road. Thanking Cleveland's old Brooklyn neighborhood off your K. Brooklyn. We'd have to come. Fruit coats of my mouth old original recipes when it came to Brooklyn let it was before LeBron James was even the, hey. Another James or what is the? I'm going to take my south of each he's a back, and then he's going again..

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Parma, paris and dan daniel discussed on On Air with Ryan Seacrest

On Air with Ryan Seacrest

01:54 min | 4 years ago

Parma, paris and dan daniel discussed on On Air with Ryan Seacrest

"You are bad i i again and eric okay there is a greater burqa for how far back doubting our south and periurban opera why um how by part but at the he read um if you hiring not uh uh the damage that we did not out the country urban yeah it's really gotta give us a couple of points okay so it that that when we we learn that when we were growing up like on about money or they enter back on it the way you felt like harden and then depart poke at the end of it recall and it didn't like that but um one of the things that i loved that are we we're not going can retire but so as part of your life that your unhappy in a and that ring third care for me because there are things that are too afraid to travel i was unhappy in the it right one so i at the geared at your mattered lau it got when your goulette our morning dare go then yorker together that we lower than last two other energy right everybody i'm at that point in it's all good stop gadget will jump i have not free to take up your time would you have an arena still thing but i just the title alone is grayton tacit thank you so much for the recommendation yeah thank you so awesome and just remember that even go burke with your doctor three come from god and

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