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Fresh "Pollock" from Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:47 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh "Pollock" from Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

"About 9 mil. Demo is recovering from core surgery, but should be ready for the season opener. Mariners team president Jerry de putto foresees great spring training competition for a left field job, especially with the addition of 8 J Pollock. No, that was the idea. When we signed AJ and it's whether it be Jared Kellen, Taylor tramiel will play a role for us somewhere. And one of those two guys could be our left Fielder on opening day. And it might be the other at some other point based on how they perform. 75° in Arizona today, the M's pitchers and catchers do in Peoria, February 12th, only 62° in tangier Morocco where the Seattle sounders play soccer in the FIFA Club's World Cup tomorrow morning. They take on Al Ali SC from Egypt. Former storm basketball guard Sammy whitcomb returns to Seattle on a WNBA free edge deal and the storm also pick up Canadian guard Kia nurse. Sports was swore to ten and 40 after the hour, northwest news radio. Latest on weekend weather and an update on your drive home or wherever

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Vaughn, Pollock homer, White Sox beat Royals 7-1

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Vaughn, Pollock homer, White Sox beat Royals 7-1

"AJ Pollock hit his tenth home run as the White Sox defeated the royal 7 one Yeah be really cool to look back and say this was a turning point and this is what sparked us and but like I said we got a lot of work to do and starts tomorrow and just hopefully we can keep building The win by the socks was their second in a row following 5 straight losses Also going deep was Andrew Vaughan Johnny cueto picked up the victory his 7th as the Sox continued to chase both Minnesota and Cleveland in the AL central and do so with manager Tony La Russa away from the team for a medical checkup David Schuster Chicago

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Pollock, Vaughn homer, White Sox beat Tigers 5-3

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 6 months ago

Pollock, Vaughn homer, White Sox beat Tigers 5-3

"The White Sox completed a three game sweep by topping the tigers 5 three AJ Pollock and Andrew Vaughn Homer tobacco Lance Lynn who allowed two runs in 5 hits over 6 innings Detroit led to one in the 5th until Eli Jimenez hit an RBI double and scored on Vaughn's ground out Vaughn had the tie breaking RBI in all three games Pollock Jimenez and Jose Abreu each had two hits for the White Sox who remained two and a half games behind the AL central leading guardians The tigers have dropped 7 straight and ten of 11 I'm Dave ferry

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Vaughn hits tiebreaking single, White Sox beat Tigers 6-4

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 6 months ago

Vaughn hits tiebreaking single, White Sox beat Tigers 6-4

"Andrew Vaughn had three hits including a tiebreaking single in the 7th inning of the White Sox 6 four win against the tigers AJ Pollock hit an 8th inning Homer for the White Sox who moved within two and a half games of the AL central lead Lucas giolito survived the rocky second inning and improved to 9 and 6 allowing four runs and 8 hits over 7 frames The White Sox rallied after Riley green's three run double gave Detroit a three one lead Joe Jimenez gave up the tie breaking hit and took the loss I'm Dave ferry

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Chicago pounds out 15 hits, beats Texas 8-2 for series split

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 6 months ago

Chicago pounds out 15 hits, beats Texas 8-2 for series split

"The white sacks earned a split of their four game series by clobbering the rangers 8 to two Andrew Vaughn belted a two run Homer among his three hits Luis Robert laced the two run double and AJ Pollock double twice in his three hit game Larry Garcia had three hits and scored twice for Chicago which had 5 of its 15 hits go for extra bases Garcia started at short in place of Tim Anderson who began serving a two game suspension Lucas giolito gave up one run in 5 hits on 6 singles and three walks to earn his second consecutive win The socks are within two games of the AL central leading twins I'm Dave ferry

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Cease goes 6 scoreless innings, ChiSox beat Guardians 6-3

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 6 months ago

Cease goes 6 scoreless innings, ChiSox beat Guardians 6-3

"Dylan C's extended his scoreless streak in the White Sox gained a four game split by defeating The Guardian 6 three Cease hasn't allowed a run in his last three starts and he's 6 and one with a 0.57 ERA in his last 8 outings He scattered 7 hits over 6 innings to be Cleveland for the second time in two weeks The White Sox scored 5 in the third on Larry Garcia's two run Homer and AJ Pollock's three run drive Eloy Jimenez went deep for the second straight game in Chicago handed the guardians their second straight loss since a 5 game winning streak Loser Shane Bieber was reached for 6 runs over 6 innings I'm Dave

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Pollock helps White Sox top Guardians 5-4 for DH split

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 6 months ago

Pollock helps White Sox top Guardians 5-4 for DH split

"The guardians in White Sox split a double header with Cleveland earning a 7 four victory before Chicago took the nightcap 5 to four The guardians blew a four one lead in the opener before scoring three times in the 9th Josh naylor singled home the tie breaking run Stephen Quan had three hits and José Ramírez drove in two with a pair of sacrifice flies Cleveland's 5 game winning streak ended in the nightcap as AJ Pollock delivered a two run single with two out in the 8th Eli Jimenez homered and yuan moncada had two RBIs for the White Sox in game two I'm Dave

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Kopech, Pollock lead White Sox to 4-0 win over Dodgers

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

Kopech, Pollock lead White Sox to 4-0 win over Dodgers

"Michael kopech and four relievers combined on a 5 hitter as the White Sox shut out the Dodgers for nothing Went the first 6 innings allowing just one hit with 8 strikeouts picking up the victory while lowering his ERA to 1.94 To be honest I've tried to not look at my stats the entire year My dad was telling me that my stats were good a couple weeks ago and I was like dad listen I know I talk about this So that they respect them and say the same to you Offensively the Sox scored all four of their runs in the 6th frame with former Dodger AJ Pollack coming through with a pinch at two run double before Jake Berger and Reese McGuire had RBI hits In relief Phil bickford suffered the loss for the Dodgers who have dropped three in a row David Schuster Chicago

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Parishioners subdue gunman in fatal California church attack

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 9 months ago

Parishioners subdue gunman in fatal California church attack

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The Soros Dozen: Big City Prosecutors Backed by George Soros

Mark Levin

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

The Soros Dozen: Big City Prosecutors Backed by George Soros

"There's a great piece in breitbart the other day The Soros dozen Big city prosecutors backed by George Soros This has so be this bastards never yanked before any committee to testify about anything He's never investigated about anything As far as I'm concerned he's blood on his hands He uses his billions to destroy Unbelievable Left wing billionaire and Democrat donor writes our buddy Joel Pollock George Soros has turned his attention in recent years to local races for prosecutors Using his money to elect so called progressives who pushed so called criminal justice reform and support the Black Lives Matter movement

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How About an Investigation Into Hunter Biden's Blowhole Art?

The Dan Bongino Show

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

How About an Investigation Into Hunter Biden's Blowhole Art?

"Here's another investigation I would just love to see this one would be just peachy Let's talk about Hunter Biden Yeah Hunter Biden blow whole art guy The blowhole with the art thing makes like a what is that What's that art What do you call that art where you know what's the name of that art Jim Where you look at it and everybody likes it It's not like really art I don't know what the hell's he throws some paint on the wall and they're like hey look it's hard It's like a Jackson Pollock or whatever Listen I'm no word critic what the hell do I know All I know is look like a dude through pain on a freaking canvas or something My kid does that too Well that's blowhole guy hunter Hunter goes out there to his blowhole and he makes some kind of straw art so he jams a straw up his nose and leave that for another day I don't know maybe some experience there whatever Jams his job as those starts blowing ink out onto a thing And he's like look it's blow whole art

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Doctor recommends 'routine surveillance' after polyp removed from Biden's colon

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Doctor recommends 'routine surveillance' after polyp removed from Biden's colon

"The Pollock removed from president Biden's Colin last week was benign the president's physician says it was a slow growing but potentially pre cancerous lesion that required no further action in a follow up memo doctor Kevin o'connor says the specimen was similar to one removed from Biden in two thousand eight he says routine surveillance which normally calls for another colon Naskapi in seven to ten years was recommended the Mayo clinic's website says most colon polyps are harmless but some can develop into colon cancer over time my

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"pollock" Discussed on Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"pollock" Discussed on Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

"I remember getting that note at the second city when i was coming up with the line there you know and taking classes there in that kind of thing and no true awards were ever spoke. You know so when someone says to you more energy get a lot more interested. Calibrate that sucker go too far find out. What too far is and this is the stretch the canvas business that i'm talking about two. I was equated to jackson pollock jackson. Pollock would make a mess. You know you'd roll out. These huge huge huge canvases never even touched the brush to canvas. But he got really stealth about how he's splattered that paint around you know and he made masterpieces masterpieces out of the staff and he got real any did a lot. That's how he got so stealth what he was doing. But that's how you get stuck you expose yourself and expose yourself exposure to it and you will get better because there's something to be said for just doing it now obviously whether it's improv whether it's theater whether it's voice over there's a certain safe-space that you need in order to just kinda do it mess up stumble where you can fail where you can fall down and then you see. There's going to be that one moment after forty five minutes of class when it clicks. And it's like oh oh that was it and it just sticks out like a sore thumb. Because you've been sucky sucky sucky brilliant and then you know what it is and you kind of remember that moment like oh i'm trying to get to that and then hopefully you have more of those brilliant moments enlist the second one's that's that's the goal right exactly yes. When is it safe to fail. You know success comes about without failure. You have got to fail. It's how you whether it but if you frustrate easy you either got a buck up or find something else to do so shoes drive. A bus do something. But don't do this please. Save yourself can be a very frustrating thing you know because but find it for injured knee. She find your people you also have to get like. I think like four or five people that you trust that our way frigging better than you. Okay way better than you are that you really respect respect their work but you respect them as human beings okay and they have a mutual respect for you. Do not bend over for someone to kick you in the ass because the world will happily oblige avoid it void. Is you know it's not worth it. It's not worth it..

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 Taylor hits 3 HRs, Dodgers beat Braves 11-2 to extend NLCS

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Taylor hits 3 HRs, Dodgers beat Braves 11-2 to extend NLCS

"Chris Taylor hit three home runs AJ Pollock smash to and the Dodgers kept their season going with an eleven to two win over the Braves Taylor becomes only the eleventh player ever to hit three homers in a postseason game Taylor had six RBIs Pollock knocked in four Braves ace Max freed was taken out in the fifth inning and charged with five runs allowed it was a bullpen game for the Dodgers and seven pitchers held the Braves to just five hits mark Myers Los Angeles

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"pollock" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

07:11 min | 1 year ago

"pollock" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

"In technology you know. I am not a on technology but i have my partner who've been my business partner who is great -nology if you're good at one dane unique. Good him on thing and then bring somebody in the canal like trust in rolex to have them on that one thing is technology. It's really good if you don't do that then always overnight cry. Meantime lay off. Because i i couldn't do technology myself. I didn't know how person i'm talking on the sales and marketing. And you know. I i wrote being people makino turks rate of extrovert. You need the introverts romney in iran. And that's where they shine so let people shine into the do and always be there to help others. You know last huge check. He had time for another tip for people out technology than yes we can do. We can do more. So i just have five weeks would like to end this with five days. People really helping south reduce the enough exposure. Which would be definitely dr do. I did learn anything from me dog. July debt okay. Which which is. Don't put your wifi router year. Your office or any always said at least fifteen feet from it at least on the other side of the room. Don't ever i do. Not even in those nash. Suspense the ones that take over the nest in all over your entire home. You'll never have a moment when you're not in a wifi area. You know i do have my own liable. Admitted that sock greatest. I'll tell you that much for that. And you know we have our heart buyer computers in our office. So i'm used to have a wifi my bed. I cannot sleep at night. I had heart competition. I was all over. The face is not in my bedroom anymore. Don't ever living thirteen. Never put the cellphone too much yourself. Clock radio pay me now and in listen finally in your institute not protect it protect yourself now. Protect your children In enola babies babies in their children are so affected. So ruin taken care your views your if you've loved them don't technology is shit Or just think about. Do search do something you know. Easily website you can get markings shangai or visit. You wanna go neukolln. Ese the ask questions of happy but your research into what it is he can do to keep you safe all right excellent. Thank you so much for sharing all of your wisdom today and and helping to educate us on the dangers of electronic craziness out there. I know it's like every time i would read all these articles about five g. and it's like oh it's so great it's so great and i'm like and then there's these other articles circles that are like Can we like slow down a little bit. It hasn't been tested and there's a lot of negative stuff and Yeah so whatever you can do to Take care of yourself as best you can. Let's face it. We're still going to be exposed to it. But if you could mitigate it and that's that's the goal right. Yeah some people who just literally have to really find a place where they have to go to where there is nothing at can actually live in stra fi and read because it's so intense air sensitivity. So i can that now. I think for most of us the She is sensitive. some level. were not paying attention to it in. We're we're diagnosing. Ads is something else. Well we've got people like you out there who are spreading the word and the do your research folks and if you feel inclined to You know connect with sharon outta So i guess the best places your your website. Karelya chretien's dot at eight he calcium on instagram karoly. Chretien's i on location in the non a cell in any law from on what site so if you have questions everybody wants learn anything else or about product or anything just redoubts. Navy help you out. I have one hundred stations customers. Morgan beautiful briefly. Shocker recess neapolis. Read stuff so exciting. It's exciting to be with you know we. We're not allowed. 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"pollock" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"pollock" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

"Radiation is coming out about bone in his really this radiation is carson in coming out and it is to if you want an answer. Those are kind of rock thyroid. Cancer ira from the mike regaining once in their throat. Complicated putting due to here or yourself lose ready here in. They're talking on it. So these are the things that is discomfort in the is burning is the cheat is on you. Know the blue light especially So definitely cataracts very high now more than ever even uk cancers is so. It's really to stay safe very very important for us to be aware of what is happening in he gets. What can you do to reduce pets. If you don't use it what's going to happen where something section happened. The were feeling of that also can have. It's not just really us. The entire parrots you know the birds are affected. The smaller versus specially don't even go near five g. towers. Did you know that in the in the bees not only on anything challenged note more having a beach house the population of east in the busy working v. Evatt when we're around his cell phone or the wifi in masami tabrizi actually cannot produce honey in the network. So it's affecting. This is the hot is. It's what it's doing the acting because we're all energetic buell's right draining. Residents of our planet is at seven way. Eat hurts to eat hearse. This five g. is literally thirty giga hers to sixty hertz silicon like we're all living. I remember we have to cantu yourself. yeah absolutely. Yeah i mean. I've heard you know but the problem with like the bees when we're losing is that bees pollinate crops which so if we don't have crops than we have people going hungry because we don't have food and it's it can really just quickly snowball into this issue where we've got. We're we're just messing up our whole planet this way and and messing up all of us and in the process and so we've got to be able to take take care of each other and take care of ourselves and protect each other so talk a little bit about You know part of what we do on on this. Podcast were aiming at for entrepreneurs and you've now gone through this process of launching a new business now in a sense because you're doing jewelry and it's and it is jewelry with the intention of helping people to protect themselves right. So how was that experience then of getting involved in You know e commerce super well as her. Isn't this the best thing. I guess that's never happened. Was on the astros code because i stopped speaking on stages and carrying all his entire you know of i forty fifty different types of items around with supplying inventory which was exhausting events and conferences. So now i'm actually on walmart and up at high on ins on dot com at a person and personal website. Which you know people go to always we have great sales in indiana email lists is the essence sued the ian offers coming up for the holidays of that but you know so they wanna take care of our customers. Wanna take care. My people are people are all Who wanted stay involved in the top things in in in to learn what lay on on. That's really important. A part yeah and in pretty soon looking at really getting on similar largest wholesale sites can up out. mark potts is the only make everything. Mom's students in that. She's running essays. His might seem as in. It's still amazing to have these women in a now in is so happy to be working increasing all this jewelry love to give them. Yes you know. Some people buyer our jewelry in our accessories to help other people in such a great feeling to to have a superb absence of houses along in mile. Intentionally you know. Hopefully next year is even three iron for bringing the in the brain and get back to the south area. 'cause her no it's all adrian. How salary we have never played small designer. You know so. It's really staying focused. Think the things other then to for anybody. When it comes to business. I used to be our pace pooch running my coaching writing the business. Taking one thing one thing to read just put all the other things side taking one of the in catcher huber in life you just want to maximize it. That's needs you see. Let's version till children running. Its course on on than tickets. The knicks level or prima little our sites another like october slave holland. Eventually know we'll have a couple of installing. Just focus on the one thing in really look. Very good What do you wish that you had known like when you first started this business that you know when you started out that you you know. Is there something that we should know. Men which is you know what either one either one is there any porton lesson because either either one lesson is really related. Told you is these. I always danced around a lot. Because i get so passionate about helping so many people it so easy. Get off track and.

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"pollock" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"pollock" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

"Tom nieto bori serving. You know it's it's unified any phillips with all different types of it's a curious look here is on china electrodes in Let me carry it back and forth. I apologize. I still have some little. This is my first every grade okay. Hung out his. You will find some inspiration on sixty kill in how it carries carvel's carvel's weather called shy. Which is this rock here. Holding in on a podcast. You see it looks like coal and wedding. Looks like hold the sixty mile. He'll is between cole. There's sixty mile hill the highest frequency. That is a diamond. So smack dab in the middle and that's why it's innocence. It's about is over placement here. We need take a little flashlights. Such as this one which works moral as flashlight you know have shown is because when you do flashlight on actually it will actually the flashlight. With the back dos. So we had a on now so it carries his own electrical frequency. Which is very very powerful. Therefore it's creating and restoring harmony in our in healing our body the same way in grounded our by for what it is that we're missing ever of the electromagnet. Neget yields are shifting power by day that were wearing electronics. What's really cool. And i know i've done for you done for many of the people as i showed them. How the cell phone extra body in. How a ninety people with internet thirty second test. You can see how weakens the body you wall. Then i show them pulling the shuttle by abrasive or a sticker like stickers on your cell phone in the sticker on your cell phone how powerful it neutralizes radiation on the spot because in her mates this neutral field around you. Now you're in a clean yield at all times which is easing. So this is why wear macri always meeting jewelry in a new we have pyramids are and we have all different types of things that we carry so that we even have in your home in your office and to be aware what's going on and you can feel the difference. Because it creates establishes harney disharmony around. Here it does make sense. That's thank you very much for that. I appreciate that How you've talked about your personal experience but lifts maybe brought an add a little bit. How can people tell whether technology is really affecting their health. What other types of symptoms do do you know of are aware of well. There's a lot. There's a huge bottomless symptoms. That you know every day you know. People are finding more and more as she finds g Much like thousand times have many times char. Thousands have stronger than my forty. Three d d to g and so as living in the field with a long time. And finally there's more satellites every single day inundating More murky water finding all these different things happening so at the top five areas areas. That are being really affected. The logical what is convened headaches sleeplessness dizziness nausea memory in concentrations difficulty. Sometimes we concentrate on insomnia. alex Depression anxiety so there's a lot of them continuing joint sitting backs so these were sims. Could having in. You don't like when i hold my cell phone. I even with my stickers on it. I still holding the hand. Because i haven't had a wad stickers for megan so sensitive that i will actually repeal his hand fully my cellphone over a period fine so as to hold it talking. I will feel averni into my hands if i did not come Hurt rarely ever ever will might year. Because i love technology more illinois affecting me. I know maybe is crazy and Advocate hallway role. But i love mice analogy when i can't just like everybody else. How can i make my life better by having these tools in yet being smarter using that. And i think that's the biggest thing in solid government decides that we can do something better about this in crete healthier technology. We need to make sure that we're this weekend. As moms or dads in adults he children's smart about you. So susan neurological your important. The hearts it'd right at the heart so the cardiac heart competitions shortness of wrath highwood pressure even like i often get a lot of flushing going on if i held to my ear. Get burning. Reading might use of us are greatly affected as well and so much to think about anybody. Who's listening to podcasts. For this facebook is to think about when you're willing to phone. What are you feeling your body. If you're holding a laptop on your lap. What are you feeling. I would never want on my lap. He gets worse at going to right into your genitals. The spur houser lowest hever not secular cancer the highest ever along ovarian cancer with the yellow aged ever worthy please. Some phones in breast cancer. Don't put it in year rest. You know whoever nursing a beer holding baby resulted. Choubey do knots do not because that.

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"pollock" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"pollock" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

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"pollock" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"pollock" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

"Stay an welcome. Welcome to another edition of live loving gauge. And i am delighted to be with you and to bring on somebody Guest today who is first of all my friend. She's a former coach of mine. And just an all around amazing individual and i'm going to bring her into Do this there she is. I want to introduce to you and welcome. sharon of pollock to live love engage. Havener how are you. It's so nice. You've finally beyond the voting geese on cited faith. I am delighted to have you and We're gonna have an interesting discussion today. I know because sharon is going to be talking about a subject that is near and dear to her heart but first off. Let me introduce you to those of you. Who don't know her can't believe you haven't heard of her yet. But you will now so let me tell you. Share out has been working with women and their families to get them out of stress in anticipate sess for more than ten years as a transformational life coach and energy healer and she's now converted a side passion into a full time business of creating jewelry and accessories at help. You look and feel beautiful. Well living safer and healthier in a digital age and the name of the company which she has right up there is karelya creations. And the i think part of the What led to this joy thing. But you can correct me if i'm not wrong. Is your passion for educating people about the dangers of environmental electronic stress. Show i you had a lot more in your bio. That i decided. I'm going to tell your story. So why are you so passionate about radiation electronic sensitivity and and and some of the really the harmful effects. It can have on people. Wow that's a loaded question. So i'm so grateful to be here and she shared message these. I haven't seeing you as a site. Oscillation say could say for at least probably seventy years youns on but yet i have personally been activi- from isa last twenty two years of my life i started seeking Before a lotta people even knew what i was talking about i kinda liked. Was that weird to for hafer snout there on stages. I'm like what she hundred people hundred people's in were you know a gas. Wow i never thought about this. Seven years six years ago because Being weren't talking about it at all was that person with two heads headline shoulder. But it's okay. Because it's why i'm here in what happened to me in the reason i got into. This was because my first husband many which was twenty twenty one years ago to Yet about he possibly with the last one brain tumor and the with my one sign and we didn't have insurance. We didn't have anything urges you now. How did this happen. You know certain in his thirties. Low thirties healthy vibrant work. Dow was didn't drink and smoke. You know genyk end on this union. Certain lives off in know he was diagnosed one month and then you know three or four months later he was on his. I was led to see his son. Sur survey knew he needed there and that was that so the interesting thing is is that he was contrition. He was around by electric. Fields sewer Christly didn't understand this back. Then you know we were on beeper back then. We didn't have the arm all the technology today bringing our children are bs on this. Technology is should told me to go so fast forward to again in twenty four thirteen from fourteen. I was in my office and thinking about this is my story is how i got into fill in. Twenty fourteen. Thirteen getting headaches. My office office off my bedroom as headaches office. I didn't understand like what's going on. Well somebody issues Obi us here. In the meantime back united states an energy healer. You know the whole time either. Cnn energy in every cnn life. Coaching and perverts who children and adults you getting them out of stress before so you know having that clear half in me was very important. Having big mac to sue the okay. What was my mission. Here isn't emissions shifting. I don't understand at all. I'm getting headaches my office healing clean clear half year. I would never get headaches. Ever really strange so in the inability to focus nothing. She afternoon was just incredible. So by offices small. I have kaushik at maybe a nine by nine areas out there in Again bites so i haven't air union monitors had a thought at that time. Having i was really soft on the asthma at that time there was using the wireless song was better than a life. I but yet. I had my mom ext. I had my monitor's Featuring featuring the air of loaded me out of lewd analogy in the big thing is in the tiny office for rape behind my guest with my mother and my wifi router. Yeah and i'd go this great little office of my measure which is in accession our patio. So we had she was that were senate Sled walls yes. My brick in had to do with one little wall across it so This sucker succeeds for unified quiet stays in humans. Everything rate need them. So i guess that's michelson likely. The fact is going on now know throw. She's like so. This person comes company and listen. I think if it would really show and you need to really you know you're surrounded by technology in your office in this time. She just see what's going on. So i put on the shock watson neither wgn app protection in by that evening l. Complete slept worry. I was a fever and everything. Well she's i. Call like the softening this ridiculous. She's now you have to leave it on for about three days.

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Urías wins 20th, LA beats Brewers 8-3 to stay alive in West

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00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Urías wins 20th, LA beats Brewers 8-3 to stay alive in West

"The Dodgers have sent the NL west race to the final day with an eight three win over the brewers the victory coupled with the giants lost to the Padres leaves Los Angeles one game behind San Francisco Julio Reavis became the only twenty game winner of the season and the first for the Dodgers since Clayton Kershaw in twenty fourteen yes allowed just one hit over seven innings for manager Dave Roberts team to cap also a tremendous regular season for him really proud of them it's a feather in his cap wanted twenty twenty games the Dodgers got a three run Homer from Justin Turner in the first inning a two run blast by AJ Pollock in the fourth and a solo shot by Corey Seager in the fifth on the ferry

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Back-to-back homers again carry Dodgers past Padres 8-3

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00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Back-to-back homers again carry Dodgers past Padres 8-3

"The Dodgers smashed five home runs in an eight to three win over the Padres Mookie Betts and Corey Seager went back to back in the first inning Justin Turner and AJ Pollock back to back in the fourth and Seager went deep again in the seventh LA is hit eleven home runs over its last two games Corey can able got the win in relief now for no Vince Velasquez took the loss of now three and nine LA stays to back of the giants in the NL west race with three games remaining mark Myers Los Angeles

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Dodgers hit 4 HRs in 8th to rally past Padres 11-9

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00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Dodgers hit 4 HRs in 8th to rally past Padres 11-9

"The Dodgers teed off for four home runs in the eighth inning to pull out an improbable eleven to nine win over the Padres LA trailed nine six before Max Muncy AJ Pollock and Cody Bellinger each had solo shots off Emilio put gun that tied the score Corey Seager then when people of Nabeel chrism out for a two run go ahead Homer in all the hit six home runs in the game David price got the win in relief in Kenley Jansen got the save the Dodgers stay two back of the giants with four games remaining mark Myers Los Angeles

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Buehler earns career-high 15th win, Dodgers beat Padres 2-1

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00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Buehler earns career-high 15th win, Dodgers beat Padres 2-1

"Walker Buehler threw seven innings of scoreless baseball and the Dodgers two to one win over the Padres Buehler allowed three hits while striking out five for his fifteenth win LA got RBI hits from Trey Turner in the first inning and AJ Pollock in the third San Diego's J. Cronin worth made it interesting with a one out Homer in the ninth off Blake Treinen before training was able to nail down the save you Darvish took the loss now eight eleven LA stays two games back of the giants in the NL west race with five games remaining mark Myers Los Angeles

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Dodgers beat Diamondbacks 4-2, keep pace in NL West race

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00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Dodgers beat Diamondbacks 4-2, keep pace in NL West race

"Chris Taylor rob the pair of potential extra base hits on defense in the ninth inning to secure the Dodgers four two victory at Arizona AJ Pollock hit a two run Homer and also stole one extra base hit from Josh Rowe Haas in the first inning winning pitcher Tony Gosselin limited the Diamondbacks to two runs over five innings Kenley Jansen earned his thirty fifth save closing out the Dodgers fifteenth win in seventeen meetings with the D. backs the outcome also keep the Dodgers one game behind the giants for first place in the National League west and baseball's top record I'm Dave Ferrie

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"pollock" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"pollock" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Of Notices. Okay, well, the other deal the other Bob is the fact that sometimes in this scenario there they had the property they had. There was no probate. There was nothing done right? Nothing. And then for years, somebody somebody ran the properties. And now and now they're saying, Well, I own it. You know you own and no, you know you don't. I own it. And so it has to go back to the genesis and has to be solved even if there was no probate. When the parents died. Did the last parrot living the that paranoia in a car? Yes. Was the car sold? Because my much no, my my, my dau it my mind. Did you see Sister got the car? She still has it. Is it still in her country? Still has it. Is it still the parents name? Yes. Okay, then nobody probated distance from. I don't think they did Bob normally what? What drives somebody to probate in a state and do that, especially in this sounds like it exceeds the parameters of minor state. And so this would have been an estate normally What drives somebody do it is they want to transfer the property. They want to sell the car. And you can't sign the title to the car or they want to get a checking account. They want to get the money right Or you want to get the money from a checking account. If there's not a payable on death on the checking account, you want to get access to it because you can't forge the parent's signature or you want to transfer the property. And if if nobody went in and did this, then you've got property that's been sitting in the deceased parents' names since 2000 and four that on a state that's never been probated. But we can. We can help you if you want to leave. If you want to leave your name number will be glad to help you further because, um, you know, and Brad is exactly right. What normally drives the bus here. If somebody wants the money on the checking account, it can be appealed. E As you just said people on death. Um, there's a famous court case in New York called Henry Tartan that dealt with the top and trust. So if you leave your name number will be glad to be glad to help. You will be okay. Gentlemen. Thank you so much. You're very, very helpful. Thank you. Leave your name number. We'll give you a call and get. Um thank you for the call. We appreciate it. You listen to the bell and public legal show Gary Bell, Brad Pollock. Don't forget about our champions of the people. Injuries show today on K R D O Colorado Springs, one of 5.5 FM and 12 40. Am.

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"pollock" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

08:35 min | 1 year ago

"pollock" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Engine out seeking listen to that show. It's right there on the homepage of champions of the people dot com. It's free. All this is free. And this we're going to post a checklist. We don't have it posted yet. We're gonna post a checklist on carpooling back to school. What you need to know one of the most important parts. You can call us and ask us questions. But listen, you know, carpeting is not just, uh, well, you know, Mary is going to drive on Monday. John on Tuesday Gym on Wednesday. Uh, Alice on Thursday. What if somebody gets sick, etcetera? That's on our homepage. Okay, Brad, today's subject. We're going to talk about this accident. This incident that happened in Glenwood Springs on this ride at the amusement park. And we're going to talk about releases and waivers. And you know what's what's the biggest takeaway? Um uh, What's the what's the biggest takeaway on this situation? Because a lot of people believe they can't do anything about it. Uh, this stuff, right, you know, and, uh, that it worries me because we've done shows on this before and talked about where your rights are and where they are and what you have available to you in which you don't have available to you. And what you might be able to do in which might not be able to do and it, uh, we're repeating it to this week because I think that when people see it on the news, it's been on the news quite a bit, And they kind of get the idea. There's nothing they can do. Um, uh, about what's happening with with regard to their their cases and with regard to, um if they get hurt an amusement ride or if they get hurt in a in some type of amusement venture We have a lot of recreational ventures in Colorado, and we do have laws that state that they can publish these general liability waivers in the general liability waivers get signed, And as he gets signed, you get bound by him, and but that's not the end of the story. There's certain requirements that the general liability waivers have to include. They have to include certain language, for instance, that they don't have the word negligence in them. They're going to have a tough time saying, you wave specifically the word negligence. How they're written is going to be questioned because there's a lot of questions about Whether or not you you it's in what right kind of legalese that allows somebody know what's going on and understand what's being said, when they're presented and who signs them and how they in under what circumstances. In what the knowledge is of both the persons supplying the recreation and the person who is signing the waiver. So you know, in this particular case, I I'm not going to make a statement is to Weather and Glenwood Caverns. There's lawsuit available or or some kind of compensation available. Those parents who lost their child, It's a tragic event. Um, And the question is was. There's something this with respect Glenwood Caverns? Did they do something who was negligent and inappropriate? And if they did then It has to be addressed. And whether or not the liability waiver will hold up is another question. And I'm not so sure you just give up on it. Right. Exactly, And that's the issue. You know, That's the message. We did a show in this as well. Another show on amusement rides and releases on recreational type matters like one, you know, rafting. Snowmobiles skiing that sort of thing. So we went over the common lawn, which is the court made lives. You know, we inherited it from England. We've covered that many, many times on the show. There's also a statutory loss and you know the big picture in Colorado. That kicks kicks it off is this amusement park ride an incident that recently happened involving the death of a six year old girl? Uh, Brad said very tragic. In Colorado. The common law still applies. Uh so there's a couple of exceptions. Think about this. You have the General common long Then along comes the Legislature passes a statute specifically for the skin industry. Specifically for the scan industry. So if you're skiing and and there's an incident, so they say, Well, you have a release on your back of your ski ticket. That's that's one thing. And then there's a statute that covers and limits their liability. But that doesn't mean the end of the story. Also, then, along comes a Legislature when Colorado wanted to get major League baseball here 25 26 years ago. And they passed the statute because Major league Baseball wasn't gonna come. Let's get past the statute specifically exempting liability and protecting against liability for certain baseball. Batch flying in the air ball being hit balls being foul balls, etcetera, so That's the That's the general picture, but you get back to the amusement. Right? Bad. Uh, these? Yes, they say there's a release. Yes, they say there's a waiver sometimes you sign it. Sometimes you don't. Because it's just gonna ticket. Sometimes it's going to computer, they say, you know, you agree to the terms and conditions. So this is all based on contract lost the Bradleys cover that, you know, we have such things as adhesion contracts. We have such things as assumption of the risk of such thing as waiver, and you can't just automatically assume there's nothing you can do about this many times. There's something you can do legally about These so called Releases and so called waivers, but, yeah, there there are And you know, the first thing that has to be remembered as when we're dealing with this kind of stuff is, um, you know what's somebody's got to look at the circumstances under which things occurred. And the and I Do not think you can ever just go on or take a case and have somebody said they got here to hurt the amusement park. They got hurt in the recreational activity and just say, Well, you don't have a claim. The, uh you've got to see this specific waiver and you've got to see the circumstances under which it occurred. Uh, there is a lot of lot of, uh, of Belief and indications and there's cases out there that is stated that you've got to have the word negligence. If you're going to wait as somebody to wave your negligence. You've got to have the word negligence within the waiver. Um then you got to talk about circumstances under which the ticket was purchased. Under which the ticket got into the hands of this little girl or the parents for this little girl, you've got to talk about circumstances under which the whether or not they, uh there was gross negligence or something that exceeds just regular negligence and whether or not there was a waiver of those risks, whether or not there was an understanding of those risks and whether or not that information was provided. There's a lot of questions that come up. And in this case, I think there will be a lot of questions. Um, I'm sure they're going to get a hold of, uh, an attorney to take a look at it. And I hope the attorney does it looks into it. You've got to talk about whether or not The event was in existence or the existence of the vet was a duty to the public. In this case, it probably wasn't the but you look at the nature of the services performed. And whether the contract was fairly entered into. You want to know when the intention of the parties expressed or whether it's expressed in in the clearing it unambiguous language, and so are all those things being met. They are they being met? Such you understand what's happening, and and where are these tickets that they purchased a month in advance or weeks in advance, So they had a chance to review them, or they take it. They didn't have its history view. Exactly right. So we got a break coming up after the break. We're going to talk about the fact that this young girl, obviously six years old, was a minor. And what's that? What is the long Colorado with regard to minors and releases? Uh, because it's all important, but you know, uh, we weren't going to get on the area and do the show today, but we saw Some interviews with attorneys said. I've never been able to win one of these. And, uh and yeah, sometimes you can't you can. Sometimes the court dismissed them. It depends on the language right of the release. It depends on the circumstances, so each case has to be analyzed on its own. There's no general, all clad, bomb broad rule that you can't prevail at all. And Pollock Don't forget about our champions of the people. Injury show on KO Away today 8:50 A.m. 10 to 11. The subsidy is just it's your injury and your money. Why not Keep it?.

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Dodgers Beat Giants 6-1, Move Into Tie for First in NL West

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00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Dodgers Beat Giants 6-1, Move Into Tie for First in NL West

"The Dodgers jumped out to a three nothing lead in the first inning and go on to win it six to one Julio Rayos pitched five and two thirds innings giving up eight hits but only one run striking out eight for the win Trey Turner and Corey Seager with home runs and AJ Pollock with an RBI double the win puts the Dodgers tied with the giants atop the National League west with both teams eighty six wins and fifteen losses the giants didn't have a starting pitcher so they used eight relievers out of the bullpen buster Posey had three hits including a run scoring double Ryan Lee Aung San Francisco

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"pollock" Discussed on The Sports Reporters

The Sports Reporters

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"pollock" Discussed on The Sports Reporters

"The san diego padres in all these at-bats are you ready. You sit sitting. You have to be laid down. Don't sit down because it might be too much excitement. They were four for fifty to the padres had four hits in fifty two at-bats in this game there were thirty. Four strikeouts and fourteen hits. That's modern baseball. That's baseball in two thousand twenty one. But i'll get it a good part. It was in the fit in the fifteenth inning The the dodgers went ahead with two runs in the bottom of the fifteenth. Who do you think on homer. I'll give you three guesses as my mother would say an and the first two. Don't count of course it was the kid. Of course it was fernando. Totti's junior a two run jack. The tied up in the bottom of the fifteen. I love this when you go extra innings and the visiting team scores in the top team goes back ties it up and we got another game talk about that later on and then in the bottom of the of the sixteen. Aj pollock of the top it. Sixty aj pollock kits went out. And the dodgers prevail. Five to three There was a lot of baseball boss by what you look at this line score. Okay and again it just. It's like a buffet table okay. There were no runs scored between the ninth and the fourteenth through the fourteenth inning. Nothing with starting off. Every single inning started with with a runner on second base and the thing is why the dodgers grinding away because they have to keep winning these games because the giants refuse to lose and and pollock who was supposed to be such a big pickup for them before long before they ever got mookie. Betts finally wins the game for them. Oh my god it's it's i. I am sorry. I went to bed on it. Because what a fun game and yet of course. Then the the Inevitable guys who went over seven in this game yeah mcelwain offers end the and the i mean even even even tatty. He strike out four times in the gas. You know. I mean it's when you get when you get numbers this we're baseball's fun in number six. You get a game for example where the padres can go ten innings without a hit ten and longer than a game. They go an inning longer than a normal game. Don't get hit these strikes out. Four times still has has has a huge hit. Tie it up when you when you get into those extra innings. It's the magnitude of the extra innings that put the normal game in perspective. You know normally you get three or four at bats and that's it this time. Get seven or eight shots at it. It's what baseball is. It's what's based makes baseball fun to talk about. But one number. I would ask you bob and i bet you can't give it to me. How many people were left in the stands now in the sixteenth. Oh i don't know if you ever get. There is a fatigue factor. I'm looking at the standards and politics and it looks like there. Were some still to people there. And by the way mitch. This was a pitcher stool through yes nine innings bueller against sell. It was one one one to one and then it turns into war and peace. And it's tyler knows this he's dodger's fan. I follow the dodgers very closely. They're playing great. Okay the dodgers are playing great and they still can't get any closer right now than three games on the san francisco. John's dodgers intentionally walked eight padres. Another number intentionally guys in a game still want it by the league ran mitch. The dodgers had ten pitchers the padras at nine pitchers. Okay and it's just about every one of them. It's great last night. It just became one of those stories. Because i had to look twice when i woke up this morning and i said holy crap. Did they play a sixteen game. Would you say bob. It's the first game longer thirteen any. Nec's yes since since in the last two years since we went to the second base coming back with the day game today by any chance. Are they thursday sometimes day game. Talk amongst yourselves. I think tyler would. I wanted to ask tyler fee. Stayed up in washington the dodger fan and tyler up past my bedtime. Now it's just like it's got the rock and he's got the rockies at night. But no i. I went to sleep mitch. Mike pitchers duel bueller and snow. They were going back and forth. So i i kind of tuned out there which tyler assures her against darvish dot. The pitching studs sure was one of the few pictures they didn't use correct. But it's it's. I'm telling you if you're the dodgers right now and they want to win every game. Obviously okay but beulah out of there and the seventh inning that they've got to win games. I have a parting shot today. About how if you're one of the powerhouses you better win your division this year because people keep forgetting when they say oh. They're going for the wild card. They're going wild. Cards are one game seasons and and so the dodgers who again nobody saw the giants coming the padres guys. Is there a bigger disappointment in the sport this year than the santiago padres. They've they might be the gold silver and bronze manolis for disappointing teams. Unless you want to throw in the minnesota twins. I would welcome to give them the honor but it was awful matched against expectations. Yeah all the money they spent mitch and all the guys they brought in. Yeah there was a lawful. Eight games over five hundred. Yeah there's no question but the sudden mitch. There three games behind cincinnati for the second wildcard in the national league. There one game ahead of the cardinals who just never quite go away quietly have started to play better. Oh i'm tony. Some the policies are a huge disappointment. Because can you think of this pop. They've really had a cheese. Was out okay. But to not the reason they're playing the way they've been playing lately they've just been a catastrophic disappointment. It's just all around pitcher Pitching severe problems with pitching to the point where moscow was the only one left and you start with that but but they are. It's you can't exaggerate. How much hype. There was about them an off spending the money. They're going forward. Everything's great you know. And no it hasn't worked out. And they and they have the misfortune of being in in that division. You know the take the record and put it in the nfl east. And they're battling for first place their game behind outland. Instead of fifteen games behind san francisco we can always play that game in baseball divisions at the if they missed the playoffs. Guys i'm telling you. Aj prell is going to have some split into two ship in san diego because they were at all in win now chaim and again. We talked about this the other day. Mitch what were we talking about. All of april. The dodgers the padres. Oh good there's another dodgers padres series. Having having said all that mike their battle now maybe more with cincinnati than anybody else a hundred percent if they edge. Yeah and the cardinals but they've got they've got a few games in the cardinals But if they edge out cincinnati and they get into that wildcard spot. And then as you point out one game you know. This is what baseball is going to be. You can go from being on the lip of of getting. Everybody fired too. You know making it in to the wildcard by by the skin of your teeth winning.

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"pollock" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"pollock" Discussed on Get Up!

"This week and big changes could be coming for big blue if they don't make the playoffs. Is that already inevitable. Before the season starts our guys weigh in as up starts right now and thank you so much for joining us today. Oh and get up on a thursday morning in new york city. I'm ryan smith. In between two weeks. From the kickoff. The nfl season we are raring to go. Talk some football chris. Canty here with me in the studio. We adam schefter louis riddick. Ready to go. Everybody is in position. But they're the guys go. I gotta get ready for the game of the night. I gotta tell you because this one was epic we go to it right now. Dodgers padres top of the padres leading one. Nothing blake snow on the mound and will smith at the plate with a deep dr toe left. It's going going gone solo homer game tied at one we are in extra. We jump ahead to the fifteenth inning. Twelve twenty seven in the morning padres fans look a little loopy getting happy. They're trailing three one fernando junior at the plate a runner and he drives that one deep to right field. And it's style read of chris taylor for the home run fans going wild at petco park. That was there. I hit in the last nine innings of the game gained tied at three top sixteen. Aj pollock at the plate for the dodgers and pollock crosses this one. That's out to left center. It is a two run homer. Pala gives the dodgers the lead again five three bottom half of the inning. We take you there as the benches excited bottom of the inning four. Am in the east. Adam frazier looking there. Extend the game with two outs and it is not to be grounds out the short to end the game. The dodgers win a wild one. Five three in sixteen innings now baseball instituted its current extra innings rule prior to twenty twenty. This game was the longest game in terms of innings and time. Five forty nine minutes. Aj pollock became the first dodger with a homer in the sixteenth or later in fifteen years and the padres again held hitless over a nine inning period. At one point in this one eight game but we gotta take it football two weeks until kickoff and let's talk about them cowboys because yesterday dak prescott took part in team drills for the first time since july twenty seven as he continues to recover from that injured right shoulder now. Prescott completed eleven to twelve passes in eighteen snaps on a lebanon eleven work. Here's mike mccarthy on tax return we have process..

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"pollock" Discussed on The Collected Podcast

The Collected Podcast

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"pollock" Discussed on The Collected Podcast

"And maybe i'll just leave that with listeners. That's beautiful that yeah. That is true and so perfect. Thank you so much for joining us this week. Yeah thanks for having me. What a great conversation with jen At one point while she was talking it made me think of a story that i heard a sermon. Recently about a man named ira gates. He was a rancher in west texas back and like the nineteen twenties and he and his wife were facing bankruptcy. They couldn't pay their taxes. Pay their mortgage and he just had this inkling to test his land for oil and it turns out that that was a great idea because there was a large reservoir of oil that lay beneath their property and they had twenty one square or sorry forty one square miles of land had beneath the soil was just tons and tons of oil. I looked up the numbers at the peak of production on his land. He was producing one hundred. Twelve thousand barrels of oil per day. Which in today's dollars would be worth one point seven million dollars a day in oil for someone who was on the verge of bankruptcy and couldn't pay their taxes and yet the whole time beneath the surface were immeasurable riches. So i have either probably tell where i'm going with this but we may not have literal gold or oil beneath the surface But i think that's just such an incredible picture of the things that we do have access to in the lord even when we feel completely spiritually bankrupt. He has placed inside of us. We have access to the things of heaven if we ask and like jan was saying sometimes it's perspective shift. Sometimes it's not gonna look how it did in the past or how we want it to now but that doesn't negate the fact that we have access to the things of heaven and that doesn't mean we're going to get the immediate answer we want but it means that god is always with us and irene. God is more valuable than one point. Seven million dollars a day of oil even though we may not feel that every day you may be thinking by one point seven million dollars a day. It would solve a lot of my problems but in the scope of eternity like we're gonna get so much more than that with turn in eternity with our heavenly father who will give everything we ask for it. Who has abundance waiting for us on the other side like i just been challenged especially twenty two thousand eight hundred twenty one to continually keep my focus on the belief that this world is not all there is and that my hope is not in the things of this.

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"pollock" Discussed on The Collected Podcast

The Collected Podcast

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"pollock" Discussed on The Collected Podcast

"We have to put off distraction And i think that's just a huge challenge in the age that we live in. I mean goodness. I have my smartphone right here reside me and it will buzz at me endlessly all throughout the day and heat me endlessly sort of attuned to things. That actually don't even really matter sometimes. So how do you cultivate the habit of listening to god. I think number one. You have to manage your distractions. You have to get real about your distractions and not only what they are but why you really actually wanted to be distracted. Because i think he getting alone with god sometimes like is the feels like a very vulnerable. Place like I prefer to be distracted. I prefer to sort of Not have to think about. Maybe the quiet anxieties of my own heart or shame or guilt bore fear or doubt. And do i really wanna get into god's presence because i don't even know if he's good i think about the just just this last probably four weeks. I've just felt battered by bad news. And not by my own personal bad news but just friends who are experiencing really hard things. Cancer death i mean marital crisis Addiction in their families and it is just felt like one piece of bad news after another in sometimes to get into a quiet place with god means i have to really face that looming question of like i don't even know i don't know a if my prayers are reaching beyond the ceiling. Be if they are. Are you even listening and attending to them and so there are so many reasons that we keep Kind of ourselves busy distracted And i think goes back to cultivating the habit of listening to god is really about cultivating the trust that when you get there you're gonna hear it's going to be life for you. It's going to be life that You know i've been recently reading. John john is the second part of a habit called faith..

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"pollock" Discussed on The Collected Podcast

The Collected Podcast

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"pollock" Discussed on The Collected Podcast

"May need friends who can help you see the provision of the wilderness. I do think community is really really huge in the wilderness. You know there were always. There was always kinda like that. The rabble think is the way that it's talked about in the wilderness in the intruder on me and other parts of the of the pentateuch like iravel in the wilderness of people who are always like complaining. That's facebook today. that's exactly okay. So don't spend your time with the rabble in the wilderness. Get some joshu get some calebs. And joshua was you know the faithful to the twelve who when they were in the wilderness and actually scouted out the promised land. Of course this is at the beginning before they had the forty years of wandering. You know they could. They have trust and faith in god was going to provide. This really key is who do you surround yourself with in the wilderness. If you if you link arms with a lot of other people who can only see the scarcity. You can't expect your faith to grow. Yeah that's powerful. That's really good It is there a time or something in your life. that was really hard but worth the struggle You know you hate to say it. But sometimes they're earlier's motherhood can feel a little bit like a wilderness. I remember for me specifically. We have five kids. We had three kids in three years. He and i was like whoa. Okay take a breather. After you know felt a little bit like Yeah we like the hurricane had come through and you know everything. Life was just a little bit scattered so when my youngest was three and my oldest would had just finished her first year of kindergarten. I started to think about a transition. You know from the kind of hairy eight years of motherhood into you know maybe a career shift. As i mentioned. I have been a teacher. I was doing a lot of ministry at that time. A lot of Even just some writing bible cities for neighborhood groups and that kind of staff. And so i started to think about a ministry degree it was going to go back to graduate school net with a professor sort of had a plan in place for beating some of the prerequisites for the program so that by the time my youngest was in kindergarten in a couple of years. Like i'd be ready to start Into the program and then of course you know what happened like. We gave away the crib in the car seat and then found out we were pregnant and then we found out that i was pregnant with twins was it was just a really hard piece of news. I have to be really honest. And say i didn't know what god was doing at the time. It felt like lip get just felt like i was on a monopoly board and i just got the like go to jail. Do not pass go. Do not collect two hundred dollars. And it of course wasn't that i didn't treasured children. I mean i did. It was just that this was not the plan. Non has i had sort of imagined the next five ten years going. And i mean of course like now. Thirteen years later in my twins are thirteen. My oldest is twenty. I can see like how god has meant that for such good..

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"pollock" Discussed on The Collected Podcast

The Collected Podcast

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"pollock" Discussed on The Collected Podcast

"Oh that's incredible in such a beautiful example of how god meets us exactly where we are in We don't know all the things. He's working out behind the scenes like this woman. She had no idea that god had laid her on your heart and yet god sees us and he goes after us like that. Which is something. I just love about him. You mentioned that you know deuteronomy teaches a lot about trust and obedience as you are writing a book about those themes. Did you see any challenges with those in your own life. it's like. I hear a lot of authors. Say you know. They're writing about a topic and then all of a sudden that's the area they're getting tested in Did you see that. Come up at all well for sure. I can remember you know. So you read the book of deuteronomy. The context of it is that the israelites are getting ready to inherit the promised land. They have finished their forty years of wilderness wandering. Moses's preaching his final sermons and and really telling them goodbye sees not going to go into the land with them and then he's saying you know here are the words of god and you. Can you can live by these words. They actually are the source of your life. I think my experience of writing the book. One of the challenges was just I actually felt like the israelites wandering in the wilderness. I didn't feel like i was on the edge of the promised land muscle. Most of the time i felt like i was like far from the border of the promised land and i remember one of my friends saying that's me like i think you're kinda like israel i think of athena. It was just a in some ways for me. The book was just challenge of studying something that i was just a lot less familiar with Kind of delving into a book. That wasn't soup. I mean it was familiar in the sense of. I'd read it. I've i've a bible reader in terms like i follow a plan usually every year that takes me through the bible assuming usually once a year. I'm getting through the book of deuteronomy of his nothing. I've ever really paid close attention to I i think so. I mean the challenge. You have like obedience you see how it is so related to trust that. It's not just you know obeyed his commands. It's it's it's that moses the saying don't you gotta trust these are the source of your life And i realized. I mean it's so easy to see how that breaks down for all of us that Generally when we reject the word of god with the ways that he invites us into. It's because we think that our path is going to be better that we don't know better about what will our life good What will make our life. Secure happy peaceful And i think that's a constant challenge of faith. I don't even know who was particular to writing the book. i think it's i think it's probably one of those challenges. That is chronic. Yeah i agree. And whether you're on the cusp of a or in the wilderness. Or the cusp of the promised. Land season. I think god is constantly teaching us. Those things as you said you were feeling more like the israelites. In the wilderness. Was there any thing that stands out. That god was teaching you about his character through that season One of the cool. I mean really..

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"pollock" Discussed on The Collected Podcast

The Collected Podcast

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"pollock" Discussed on The Collected Podcast

"I'm your host just biondo and this week. I'm so excited to introduce you to jen. Pollock michelle. she is an author of a new book. Called a habit called faith. Forty days in the bible to find and followed jesus and she might have to correct me. If i'm wrong but i believe this is her fourth book and we're just so excited to have her on the shelves. So welcome. jen thank you just. You're right fourth book so go you did you. Research took yes. And i guess we'll start off their to On as i was doing some research on your website. I saw that you say that you think the bible restores us So i wanna get into you know who you are in a little bit of your background as well but what did you mean by that. Yeah i think. I think so afternoon. We think of the bible mistakenly as just a source of information. You know. i'm going to go. And i'm going to get the right facts about god about jesus and his plan of salvation and onion and there are many wonderful things to know in that way but i think the best way to look at the bible is to think of it as a story you know to really think of it as one story. And it's really the story of humanity. Turning away from god you know trying the road of self reliance and autonomy and and not going so well you know that actually going really terribly that going very ruinously for humanity and the new see that god just never gives up on on us that he's constantly making overtures of friendship and do his estranged people and we see that in the gospels. Those overtures come really to climax in the person of jesus. And i think to think of the bible is a story is israeli inviting because it allows us to sort of take our place in the landscape. A little bit of the bible is information. It could be easy to sort of think about it as a math textbook. And you know math textbook is important but it's really not what you want. Keep it your bedside in. It's not what you really want to wake up and read. Unless you're preparing for a test. And i think a lot of times. We think of the bible in that way but to really think about it is a story to think about it as a story in which we actually have our own kind of role and we end We sort of take our place. In the action i think is much more inviting and Probably much more exciting to. Yeah i agree. So that's a good intro then into who you are what would you say your place is in the story and a little bit about your background and how you how god led you to writing this book. It's so fun actually to talk about our stories. Because i think one of the things that's easy note as we hear each other's stories is that they're really not linear you know that we don't really plot our stories like i'll travel from a to b to c to d you know and it will all make sense. I mean that certainly has not been true for me. I was In terms of my faith life. I was raised in a christian family and was one of those people teenagers specifically that was like. Yeah all of this is true and none of this is really very fun so all kind of do my own thing and come back to jesus. I'm like you know in my thirties and have kids. And i'm driving. A mini mini. Van in life will be so boring already. So i might as well be a christian at that point..

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"pollock" Discussed on The Real Agenda Network

The Real Agenda Network

07:52 min | 2 years ago

"pollock" Discussed on The Real Agenda Network

"Trust the charity working to improve quality in the uk or reducing social and economic inequality because we'll equal societies especially in today's episode. Delighted to be talking to fran. Donington pollock is a lecture in population geography department of geography and planning at the university of nipple. As population help joker from france focuses on understanding inequality in society with a particular interest in marginalized populations at transitional life goals runs phd explode ethnic inequalities in how she's a fellow of the royal geographical society with the institute of And at the higher education academy ron welcome to inequality points and thanks so much for joining us today. Hi thanks for having me. So i'd like to start at the very beginning is says and so. Could you should've listeners a little bit about your background. And how will you go up site just off to. We will twin moved to wyoming in united states. My dad had maximum jump m we went there for very long back to the uk and he had a choice of two department so to universities that did hits type of research so we ended up hidden manchester m since then i've been to sheffield into uni. I then moved around a bit. We'd work london. Leads lenton now back in manchester. But working in difficult thirds. Obviously james coming from an academic family was. Was there ever any other choice fee. I think my god might be my horrified that i was deciding to go down and academic career but it was certainly something. I was always interested in east like doing what she can do. The kind of outreach lectures and talking about it but he was an engineer so very very different feel. It's good to get archie around. Christmas table sometimes When did you first notice the inequality existed. I think i'd always been aware of the fact that people some people had things some people. Didn't you know what schools some would go skiing. And some wooden some would have designed to trainers and some wouldn't but i suppose as we kind of relatively trivial things. Compared to some of the other events. I noticed so remember at school. We had someone who after the genocide rounder in the early nineteen came into the talk about sit on. Hey ring about the kind of impact on these communities on the lives radio affected me and then remember doing things like we used church from the younger swiping. The church to turn the cottage jumble sale into one of the blue peter appeal bringing by sales to kind of campaign raised twenty local issues. So it was. I was aware of these issues. I was aware of differences. But i'm not sure will the language of inequality or the idea that these kind of difference vote rach lead in justice radio codes me to go to university and started looking into things around health and healthcare in the context of human rights so it was quite late on the actual idea of inequalities caveman but it was always in the background of what i did and i think that's really interesting isn't it because many of us Thinking that inequality something happens that we've seen all of those pictures of starving children in africa. And i remember one thousand nine hundred band day all of these things and never really thinking that it was something that applied to us in our country and how we were the. You've spent talking london leads and a whole range of places and also i think in new zealand and how does it equality different nice places. Well as far as as a junk with ferrets really relevant think about context in scale on the way in which these things must afraid quality is really important so if you look at new zealand which the moment many of us who looking with kind of like story is thinking about. Wow what a station. Liberal party and lookout divest cabinet as a kind of party for quality but actually the context of inequality that is this tension between the new zealand. European settlers and the indigenous population at murray. So i kind of real systemic inequalities in health outcomes at this kind of processing social economic and political discrimination that is imbued in the way they live and actually if you told people that they just these differences in in health for example and by my lifestyle habits to the kind of things that we start talking about. Where if you look government policy it to the individual it's not. It's the wider context. But then say in. London in liverpool. Manchester you can really feel. And that she particularly in places like london and manchester. Remember living there in thinking while this is a huge amount of my income is disappearing run and then talking to people. When i was moving away and the the huge difference in what i was going to be living in sheffield or manchester. Compared to what can afford living in london you do see differences in the nature of inequality but it is bound up in the wider context Take the politics of these places that matter. Do you think coming back to housing. And those huge differential between london the rest of the country and even starting to stay manchester liverpool birmingham city centers being used development on the same things happening that jeep. This really big difference between suburban inequalities that we see an ruled inequalities often already tubes absolutely i mean the shape of inequality in a city is going to be different from what you see in rural areas old Shot by the population. Lives are so you'll more likely to see older populations in rural areas. Y'all less likely. See very diverse populations in rural areas so the experiences vary between arab incentives on rural areas but also spotting out from ebon centers. You have very different. Experiences once had inner city ghettos. Now we have these very trendy apartment taking over m you see in just for example regeneration of places like coats newest lynton and it's very very different to what it wants might have been very different living styles and did they experiences of the people that all different from the experiences of say someone who is living in a rural community that may be isolated from different services. The housing needs are different. I think i mean you know as a fellow westerner i have to say. Rc liverpool manchester. Change so much. I mind lifetime going as a kid to the biggest town. The city centers was so different. I mean if you talk to pool the it was lot. The afro-caribbean population now has been taking my gentrified university navas and its disposal is not a people from the city centre so happy. See the changes. The clear suitable was mini. London's and sampson the local communities that perhaps being pushed out and a coolest also attracting commuters coming into the scientists as well. Which how does that make the few it can make you feel very different and it can make it feel very eighteen again as a joke with a we. We talk a lot about the idea of feeding in out of place. Some place and people who wants my felt a particular attachment to a particular place may as areas change. Every time she different types of investment different types of buildings being created and the building's being really important if you're creating lots of flats with say one or two bedrooms may be one family offering and one on suite. Which is what characterizes flats in central manchester these for families these young couples all the houses most welcome agency so it does change the experience a painful a living there on maples people to move away and again you talked about the idea of talks to have been kind of by university these are these processes things could student vacation. So robinson gentrification where we kind of 'em middle-class people moving into a new and upcoming trendy aries. It's the students taking over. And that does mean that people will feel marginalized. You would look down the road if a load of students moved in and be wary of be taken parties particular times of year. When you have the big change of address this happens is they're going to be a lot of rubbish mattresses put outside. It does change community fail and as universities kinda take.

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"pollock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"pollock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Will be one dream. You won't be guessing what's gonna happen. Look how you respond. Before the action happens, determines the outcome. How you respond after the action happens, determines the outcome. You're outcome your life, your future. So what? Do you know what you do? What? You don't know? How do you do it? Are all very important matter. So one of the ways you can wreck your injury claim is just not even visit with an attorney, You know, they started coming to statistics show that you received more money from them when you hired attorney and when you don't they don't want you to hire an attorney. Why Yeah, but brothers talking about that little but they don't want you to hire attorney because I don't think they want you to have the information. They want to have the information and they want to win the war. Well, that's right. Once again, they know they've got you because if you're not hiring an attorney, they know you're working on ground that you don't have any kind of education or experience or training. They know they have that they came to work for the insurance company. And the first day they came to work. The insurance company didn't say. Go start answering the phones and negotiate a deal. No, they the insurance company put him through training the game training manuals. They put him through training. They put him through classes. Then they said, Now look, in addition that you're gonna have a supervisor who's gonna look into cases and see how you do you're gonna have they gave him they gave him scenarios where they were able to try and determine what what they would do and how they should handle different people calling in and getting different for the amount of information. What's important They made sure that they had access to lawyers. If they want him, And they say, Here's a lawyer or hear lawyers you can contact. All right. Here's the supervisor who's been doing this for 20 years you can talk to. If it's the case that has a significant damages. They air going around table at which point they have more than one mind thinking about it, and then they come to a number in. If they have even any more questions, then they'll get a hold of a doctor or a lawyer. To help them Now they have all that going on their side, and they're just hoping and hoping and hoping that you're not going to get a lawyer that you're going to try and do this by yourself and that they know some of the tricks. I promise you. There's a manual out there in H one of the insurance companies. That addresses may not say tricks, little bit, addresses ways to get you to That feel good about the the adjuster. Oh, we're so sorry This happened to you. How can we help you? We just want to help you. What can we do for you? Let us pay your medical bills Direct. Let us let us talk. Contact. The other people in your behalf just sent us these medical records so we can we can get your claim done quickly. And you know, you don't really want to see a lawyer. Because they're hoping you don't see a lawyer because my gosh, we don't want any more investigation of that. Now you're in there trying to get all that done. And believe me, It's like you're walking into a major league baseball game, trying to hit the pitch from a major league pitcher. And the chances of you hitting one are probably one out of a million, right. But if you have the information and knowledge and then you can do it, you can win the war. We always say that you can win the war. But you must know the strategies. You must have a strategy. You know, to implement a strategy in the first instance you must have one, right? And if you have one, you must have the correct ones. And if your attorney doesn't understand the lay of the land or the established Plainfield, then you're going to you're going to lose If you don't understand it, it Hurts your chances of winning and being paid. Fair compensation. We said all along. This was a war. You know that the questions that you can ask yourself, you know? Yeah. I've been injured in action. Do you know what to do with your medical bills? Why? I think so. Do you know everything you know about segregation? You know how they're handled. You know what's important See insurance company puts on them. Well, No, not really. Do you know what to do with your injuries? You know what to do with your medical records. Questions. These insurance companies already know the answers to all these issues. They know this and they don't want you to be trained. Then I want you to be educated. If you go to Ah, Law firm like ours. You get a free initial consultation, Antebellum Pollock. You get a free legal game plan we trademarked protected that process. We have a book on.

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