17 Burst results for "Powrie"

"powrie" Discussed on LAN Parties: A Video Gaming and Esports Podcast

LAN Parties: A Video Gaming and Esports Podcast

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"powrie" Discussed on LAN Parties: A Video Gaming and Esports Podcast

"Exact story exactly like you saw it in the game. It's like here's some characters. Here's some elements but this is a new thing that happen and i really resonated because of that with it and i think the like i said earlier the very beginning the standard that people need to look to in a lot of ways is one thousand nine hundred seventeen. I don't know if you guys saw last year. Nominal film by oscar winning director. Right sam mendez. It's a war movie. Basically told from a third person over the shoulder perspective which is entirely propulsive from start to finish. You're just following these. Two men shot like it's one take where they're just going on this journey this literally like it is like level of video game get from point a to point b to the end of the story and you follow them just like you're behind them like you're in control of the characters on screen controller it feels like and it's better than any video game movie has ever executed that feeling before and why because these people are talented filmmakers. Not because they're trying to make a quote video game movie so that's my history of video game movies and a jeff. It reminds me of of the halo adaptation. That never came to fruition. Because you had you had directors like neil blonde cap. Even peter jackson at some point and like that that was the one at that time when halo was still possibly the biggest gaming franchise in the world at that point like if that could have gotten off the ground could've given control to amazing directors like i feel like that could have accelerated the video games. Rendre movies endre so far forward and it just it just dissolved just crumbled and i feel like that said it back a lot like that really made me frustrated at blunt. Cam actually has a short online. If you can goes go see it right now. You can watch his halo vision and it's like it's sick. It's a very grounded halo marine level of experience a gritty war movie. Look just a little bit of the sci fi elements of like a master chiefs powrie. You know that he has and it's phenomenal. And you watch that and you're just like i want more of that and yet you're right. Why are we not getting that. Yeah and it's just confusing to me because these are directors who are critically successful in commercially successful. So lake i. It's it's befuddling to me that that gaming companies don't trust people who have a track record of doing quality and commercially popular work. And you know it's when i look back in comic. Movers obviously the two thousand two spiderman then arguably the dark knight and then iron man that same year are like watershed moment in that genre of film of like elevated to something that. I don't think any of us could think was possible. When you think back to like.

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"powrie" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"powrie" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"So piece i not. Could you talk about what the situation with lockdown in india is and the fact that the mortality rate there from the corona virus is apparently reportedly much lower than the mortality rate. Certainly than here in the us but also europe it may be it may be lower than that of the us but the numbers we have on covid nineteen on infections on the fatal. T rates are extremely suspect barring one or two states which are very good at following up tracking tracing a state like kerala which has done much better and a hell of a lot of the testing. I mean we are doing very low levels of testing and you will get lower numbers second. The much of the testing the bulk of the testing in many states is done on a rapid end pigeon basis. Not on the artie and the rapid engine. Has you know the rat tests very high proportion of false negatives. So we don't really know and i don't buy this idea of being one of the lowest fatality rates in the world. It's true of one or two states which have a much better health infrastructure and a much better system of public health than a country as a whole which spent one point two eight percent of its gross domestic product on health and to most of the expenditure on health is out of pocket by ordinary indians. In fact the last three surveys on health in the national sample survey have shown the number of indians not seeking medical attention purely for financial reasons has doubled in twenty years. So i don't i'm not going to buy into the second. The second part of your question the second aspect of your question meanest that there are an incredible number of non cova debts which have been which have happened because of the complete collapse of the health infrastructure. And it's and the total focus of what little there is on cove it so people dying of cardiac arrest people dying of diabetic and stroke at people dying of a number of other diseases curable. Treatable diseases that number is surging massively. I myself since april five have lost fourteen friends and acquaintances whom i knew very well all just one of them. Just one of them died of covid k. Many of the others their families took them from hospital to hospital to hospital to try and get admission and could it he signs. We're going to have to leave it there. But i wanna thank you so much for being with us and of course we'll be visiting with you again in mumbai. India peace sign at the award. Award-winning indian journalist. Founder of peoples are five of rural india or powrie. Very happy birthday to emily. Gosselin tomorrow pull former. I made me goodman with their mission..

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"powrie" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"powrie" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Love love gifts. That leads to a concept by the way that I want to. Deal with. Those of you that are familiar with management literature. are familiar of course with the legendary performers of what we call entrepreneur. Entrepreneurs have distinguished themselves in two primary areas in the financial world starting companies and. With a sense of vision and pursuit they. Have done. have an incredible track record. The other area, the operating is in the technology. There are people that are technical. Technological. Entrepreneurs. Their vision commitment causes scientific breakthroughs that. Are. Legendary The idea of an entrepreneur is well traveled ground in our culture except I haven't seen anyone apply that to the ministry. So on talk a little bit about a spiritual entrepreneur. He's driven by vision not self interest. The thing that character if you've studied entrepreneurs in the financial area, they're not motivated by money. That's the way to keep score, but they're not money people who think that having studied people have really studied at discover. Yes they get. If they win they get wealthy but that's not what drives him. It's a vision that drives them. And their. Vision is what makes them successful? So at entrepreneurs driven by a vision on self interest. In fact. I'm going to speak of the spiritual entrepreneur and the best example I can find is Paul. Of all the examples we see he's he's the ideal spiritual entrepreneur. He used his personal independence. As a key credential. In ministering without being burden to his target audiences. He brags the Thesselonians. And to the Corinthians. Letter that he didn't take money from them. He brought his indy financial independence to the table as a credential. Because he felt he would be less. Encumbered by doing it that way because his concern was their salvation, not his remuneration. So I call him a spiritual entrepreneur in either some lessons we can learn from him. So an overlooked aspect of Paul. As an example now, he he's spending his time here. Under scoring the right to charge as a minister. But that hides the fact that he didn't. And there's something that we can learn from that because we're moving into a very interesting time ourselves we want talk about. Now, there's another concept here, but isn't hit directly here but needs to be brought up when we talk about this, and that's this issue of the Nicolay agents. That's a term from the book of revelation which is not translated. Maceio means to rule over Labor, is the people. It's a concept of ruling over the people. And know. It's a similar but a offensive aspect of what we would call. Professional Christianity. Becoming a man of the cloth. That's a concept we take for granted. And yet, we don't realize that's a concept we borrowed from paganism. The idea of the professional. minister. The rule of the clergy over the Laity. Is Offensive to our Lord He says so twice intensively, he wrote seven letters and twice in those letters he he disdains that practice. The deeds nickel lands are Renton and revelation to six. Because he abhors that he doesn't like that. Do the idea of the clergy being a separate cast ruling over the ladies concept comes from paganism. He continues that attitude in another letter. The doctor the what became deed now has become a doctrine. The Doctor Nicholas ends. And it's astonishing that the Lord Jesus himself twice indicates he hates that term. He hates that. You know we still do. Our Culture in general. A speaks of. That Approach and so. Jesus gave us his example. Not Ruling over the laity the other way around. When the upper room when he washes their feet The one that's going to be great among the one that's serving the rest. That's his concept. His Org chart upside down so to speak. And so we need to understand that. Okay let's go on here with Paul. Paulson for though I preach the Gospel. I have nothing to Gloria for necessity as raider bond me hey, whoa. Is Me if I preach the Gospel? So he's a bond slave of Jesus Christ. Is A bond slave And so. Member Road Damascus Jesus told him to preach to the gentiles and the people of Israel. Was Me. If I preach not he's committed. He's all in as we would say. There are other examples of this both Jeremiah and Amos where that way if you read your my twenty three. In the New Testament Peter John. Were this way before the San Adrian? August body of the Jewish. Situation, there is that both Peter and John said the same thing. That they can do no other. So. Welcome news for if I do this thing willingly reward. But if against my will dispensation of the Gospel is committed to me. So. What is my reward in? Very that when I preached the Gospel, I May Make The gospel of Christ without charge. That I've used not my power in the Gospel. Is the right to charge, but he chooses not to. See and this Freedom Paul could actively proclaim the Gospel Danny one the good news anybody. He so choose. Now nowhere does he abrogate the commanders gave to the workers of his kingdom the fact that he chose not to charge He's not laying anybody else. He's just saying that's his choice. But I think we need to look at that and understand it and respected. I abused not my Powrie says. No one could ever claim on Paul.

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"powrie" Discussed on Earful: A Disney World Podcast

Earful: A Disney World Podcast

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"powrie" Discussed on Earful: A Disney World Podcast

"Now. I mean it's lots can happen between then but we're we're not only going to get the ride. We're going to get loughrey parade the powrie which will feature table and quick service options this is going to feature a menu from celebrity chef jerome mm-hmm bookish so the question is begged that that little tiny crepe stand. That's outside of france. Is that going to remain open. If there's a larger crepe restaurant in the land i have lost sleep over this question last couple of days the first thing on my list this i. I'm very excited for gratitude is one of the under undersung disney is one of my favorite movies. I agree that movie agree. We have not watched it in quite a while. No i would like there to be a meet and greet with the critic. Oh yeah sure i very much would like to see that <hes> and wonder if they'll if they'll have i would wager that they're going to have somebody somebody a cast member be fettuccini. I would think that'd be fairly easy to do especially with a wonderful red haired wig <hes> very much looking forward to this always to get a new restaurant especially in epcot so yeah that'd be awesome fun and i think that there's going to have to be a lot of changes to to new france to accommodate for the ride queue and then the after ride and skyline is right there the skyline there's not going to interfere with the france is land at all but i am really curious to see how the entrance and exit and you know the crepe stands and everything else how that changes very fun. Well especially after you probably people would start entering more from the international gateway. If they wanna start in france true. It's right there so i assume that they might be expanding those walkways there. We're just to accommodate for the larger. Influx of people possibly patrick. I know that you'll be stoked about this. One germany is getting brand new polka band. You know you laugh. I didn't did did i laugh. I didn't laugh at all to put it back. I can't right now want back. Oh i see how it is. No i you laugh because i i think the poker stuff in germany's phenomenal i love it. I love it and it's one of my favorite places to go. We have eaten there. I loved it was at the restaurant and many times outside here. Pretzel moves during while you eat so that's the moon moons the restaurant. I was like the actual moon yes. The actual chill moon outside does move patrick hearings. I will contend the mood inside moves probably right disney magic but anyway <hes> i'm really excited and i love <hes> polka <hes> the band as much as the next guy born to polka of course of course then with the name name wasn't taken makes me think of home alone when she's in the mothers in the van with the polka king of the midwest polka polka polka polka polka moving it makes me think of is a ah good morning vietnam when the the other the d._j. Comes up and he just plays polka music. It is hokey just as much as the next guy that's who it is so this band is going to play several different instruments and they will invite guests up to dance just like the other one did that when we were there having dinner. This is a very nice story. Snow white in in at kat had a very special interaction this week with a young boy who had autism brody was eleven years old he was in line to meet snow white and apparently that was the moment where he became overwhelmed and didn't really want to go through with it and started having a meltdown snow white notice this the the key the casper plano noticed that he was having a meltdown took him for a walk away from the crowd and there are these really touching pictures of him just crying on her shoulder hit him just like laying on her lap and then they were dancing together and and that's that's true disney now. I'm a little upset about this. Is that well because i tried. This and i got kicked out. Yes we know that you also have special needs in different ways but it's a very touching story. <hes> a lot of these have come out of the parks the past couple of months. I believe they're o's actually universal studios. There was a cast member there. I don't know if you call them cast members numbers. They're not cast member term solely into disney. I'm not gonna fight either way. Universal crew members there. You go. I did.

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"powrie" Discussed on Earful: A Disney World Podcast

Earful: A Disney World Podcast

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"powrie" Discussed on Earful: A Disney World Podcast

"Can see some frost only in the morning old enough for a sweater. Floridians is like sixty that's true. That's that's true gets below eighty and they're like ooh butter the park on chilly. Don't you know yeah anyway. We are back. It's episode fifteen. I'm kate get your host and i'm once again joined by the man who thought aliens swirling saucers was supposed to have sigourney weaver patron didn't and i want my money back very upset. 'cause i kept thinking that sigourney weaver would be perfect on this right and a little girl screaming yes that too. I needed that very much hi patrick actually that would have been awesome. That'd be either right so much better you to see what one of the cards the little girl just going in now in an hour every once in a while. There's like a blast goes across your bow and it's sigourney weaver. Maybe they'll do a halloween louis. No overlay gave him a great idea. Yeah don't don't take it from us. How are you. I'm good. I'm good. It's it's september. Finally we are a couple of days. After the opening of star wars galaxies edge never thought the day would come now. It's here and we're gonna talk a lot about that. In particular for this episode kind of overtook the episode in terms of all the news clips that we went through <hes> so that will be our main topic. Today is the opening of star wars galaxies add. We're very excited to talk about the opening day what it was like there we weren't there but we did our due diligence and research and looked into what it was like we were we were there right along with all the famous youtubers so we're gonna talk talk about that but first we're gonna talk about the parks so we we start off by talking about hurricane dorian and as i said before guests can call hall within seven days of their scheduled arrival to disneyworld to either reschedule or cancel their vacation. If our hurricane warning is issued for the orlando area disney disney cruise line is also going to have very similar policies for their cruises so if hurricanes hit florida and i've got reservations for disneyland. What can i do go there. Go go and avoid the hurricane good advice. There's no one at the parks anyway even less now because school started great advice yeah so everybody please be careful if you visited the parks if you are there right now listen to this number one out of your room yeah or or take your ear pods out and go on rides but if you happen to be there or you're going to be there the next couple of days let us know. We'd love to hear what is going to be like down there what the weather's like even even after a week after i'd like to know if there is any damage or if they saw anything or or if it didn't actually get that bad crowds were amps yeah in hindsight. Was this all you know. Of course they have to take precautions but i'd love to see like you know because everybody thought it was as me terrible they just avoided it completely and then there were very low crowds in epcot. We finally got a range of dates for the opening gene of remmy and the ready to ride romi chef remy's and the red twee ride. It's going to be opening sometime in september. Excuse me sometime in summer of two thousand twenty so this could literally be from may until the end of august. That's kind of what they consider to be summer. I believe when pandora opened it was around memorial day. A <hes> toy story land opened late june and yeah so it could be any any of those dates. I wonder if it will coincide with anything <hes> <hes> outside of the parks and he kind of film announcements anything like that. It's going to be a year later from now. I mean it's lots can happen between then but we're we're not only going to get the ride. We're going to get loughrey parade the powrie which will feature table.

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"powrie" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:19 min | 3 years ago

"powrie" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"I'm so happy to be here. Thank you for having. And it's an exciting day to talk about this because I'm doing a story takeover styles. Duluth. So actually, let's start there talk. Tell everyone what you're making Mondays very takeover series as so of course, I'm so make it Monday is a series that we're running on Instagram, and it is where we highlight incredible women like you that are doing inspiring things and empowering the women around them. So within Powrie say, you're you're touching so many women and inspiring them to follow their dreams and to really achieve their goals. And so you are the perfect personal takeover on. I love it. And not only do I love being featured. Thank you. But I also wanted to strategy behind because I'm a social media strategist. So anytime, I say people being very strategic in a way that supports their mission. I wanna you know, you're collaborating with other wonderful book successful women, and it's a win win because you get in front of each other's audiences. Both parties get contents of very cool. Yeah. No, it's been it's been really great. So it gives us a mix of creating content, and creating content, and we're allowing our partners and our community to kind of come in and create the content with us. Yeah. And for those of you who have done a straight takeover. Maybe haven't even seen a stray takeover. Really just you invite somebody to go on your stories, and they in this case give behind the scenes of their day. So they kind of host this stories and share you know, what they do in a day. And from my perspective, I'm sharing my expertise. And and what is like on a shoot day? Interviewing women like Kimia, so very very fun and a fund strategy that works if you ever wanted to try it. Yes. So if I you know, you can't handle the five six seven days of posting on social doing story takeovers, really a great way to to to partner up with like minded, people like minded communities. Yeah. And there's a lot of flexibility I've noticed 'cause I've done story takeovers for clients before. And even if you just do five posts that alone could be a takeover, but you could do a ton of post, you can do twenty plus and and really show every detail of your day. So there's a lot of flexibility as far as what you show. It's just showing up really just making sure that you are posting thinking. Out take and engaging as possible. So that is one of many things that style salute. Does let's go from the micro to the macro. I look at it from. Yeah. Exactly, give us an overview of what style says Sesa is an inspirational modern influential destination focused on helping women live a smarter lice. So we are women's media company a largely focused on offering the professional woman the advice in tips that she needs to make smart decisions in her life. So we engaged with a variety of different experts on a range of different topics that are of interest to the professional woman from. Career advice and personal finance tips to how to get a raise having those conversations all the way over to wellness trends, and fashion, immunity, so we really do cover three hundred sixty degrees of a woman's life. And we look at it from a very individual and creative and authentic perspective. Cole C L. Let's talk a little bit more about your brand. And what makes you guys unique because you are in a competitive space. Yeah. Media companies in changing so much and there's a lot of them. So let's start with how do you make yourself stand out and really differentiate yourself for your target audience. Well, I most media companies that are focused on women are actually surprisingly run by men and art team. All we are. We are like open to like everyone. Our team is largely female focused, and we're really speaking to the questions that our audience has an in helping them live. Live a smarter more stylish life. So I think the reason the reason why we had started this business. I had the desire to even start this business was in a problem. I was having personally as an early thirty something I didn't really have a like a finance plan. I plan. I also didn't know how things like 4._0._1._K's or mortgages really worked as a company that I loved, but I didn't know how to go about asking for that raise. Because I knew there was gender gap that I didn't know how to stop it for myself. So I start having conversations with my friends. So that was the first problem I had it. And then I start having conversations with my friends who are all really smart, very leading in their own ways work at their either physicians or they work at big financial firms, and they actually personally didn't know these fantasies questions themselves. So so, you know, there is this big life questions that we. That you know in the mount of time that I had been educated. I never really were answered for me. So so I started doing a lot of research surprising where there wasn't a like a woman a content site that actually offered strategic tips for this. So I think the reason for the them petted to actually start the company is in large part. Why I'm a lot of women to come to this. They can feel into city totally because you're really speaking from a woman's perspective theory in touch with what kind of information women want and need. So that authenticity just really comes through. You also have a nice niche, even though you do absolutely take three sixty approach and touch on every aspect of a woman's life. I do think that you've carved out a nice niche when it comes to finances for women and women know that they can come to you. And learn about all the topics that you just mentioned exactly everything. From your retirement plan on how to invest how to start investing. What exactly investing is? So we we also work with some amazing partners to help carry that content. So that we are sharing professional expert advice with our audience, and it's really been great. Because the there's such a connection between wellness, and and wealth, and it's not really so much having money and having a lot of money. It's more about being control of your money. So there are studies done that actually show that you're you're more confident and not women's number one like famous things then the most confidence is being in control of their finances. I believe so. Yeah. Yeah. That's cool. I love that. You have a m- honed in on this not only because there is such a need in. It's so powerful and leads confidence that you're describing. But also from a business perspective. You know, I think it can be. Tempting and I've been tempted myself in a fallen into this as whole before where you want to be all things to all people you want to cover all those things just be general lifestyle. But I think that there's so much power and and having focused and people knowing what to come to four. So do you feel like from your seat that that's been a really powerful thing for you to be known for this financial advice? It is. I mean, the content that we fade in our company is really to inspire women to feel seeing on our power. So however, it is that they feel most confident in more most powerful we want to help them guide them down that path and and finance for all of us. We may be to talk about it. But it's something that we should be talking about learning more about so. So so yes, so I think even though we do cover a lot of range of different topics. We always try and go back to our mission. And the reason why we started love it. Okay. We're gonna talk more about how media companies are changing when we come back from this quick break. I'm Alex wehrley and this Business Rockstars..

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"powrie" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:47 min | 3 years ago

"powrie" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Welcome to the interview series on Business Rockstars, I'm Alex wirley. And joining me right now Kimia fair that she is the founder and CEO style salute. Always love chatting with you. Likewise, alex. So happy to be here. Thank you for having. And it's an exciting day to talk about this because I'm doing a story takeover styles salute. So actually, let's start there. Telev- rewind a white you're making Mondays three takeover series. Of course, make it Monday is a series that we're running on Instagram, and is where we highlight incredible women like you that are doing inspiring and empowering the woman around them. So within Powrie style, you're at you're touching so many women and inspiring them to follow their dreams and to really achieve their goals. And so you are the perfect person takeover on. I love it. Not only do I love being featured. Thank you. But I also wanted to strategy behind because I'm a social media strategist. So anytime, I say people being very strategic in a way that supports their mission. I love it. You know, you're collaborating with other wonderful book successful women, and it's a win win because you get in front of each other's audiences. Both parties get contents of very cool. Yeah. No, it's been it's been really great. So we gives us a mix of creating content trading content. And we're allowing our partners and our community kind of come in contact with us and for those of you who have done a straight takeover. Maybe haven't even seen history takeover. Really just you invite somebody to go on your stories, and they in this case gave a behind the scenes of their day. So they kind of host the stories and share you know, what they do in a day. And from my perspective, I'm sharing my expertise. And and what is like on a shoot day? Interviewing women like Kimia, so very very fun and a funding strategy that works if you ever wanted to try it. Yes. So it's like, you know, you can't handle the five six seven days of posting on social. Stories takeovers, really a great way to to partner up with like minded people and like minded communities. Yeah. And there's a lot of flexibility I've noticed 'cause I've done stray takeovers for clients before. And even if you just do five posts that alone could be a stray takeover, but you could do a ton of you can do twenty plus and and really show every detail of your day. So there's a lot of flexibility as far as what you show. It's just showing up really just making sure that you are posting. Authentic and engaging as possible. So that is one of many things that style. Does. Let's go from the micro to the macro look at it from. Exactly, give us an overview of lifestyle says salcer is an inspirational modern and influential destination focused on helping women led a smarter life. So we are women's media company largely focused on offering professional woman, the advice and tips that she needs to make smart decisions in her life. So we engaged with. A variety of different experts on a range of different topics that are interested in professional woman. Career advice and personal finance tips to how to get a raise having the conversations all the way over to wellness, trends, and fashion. And so we really do cover three hundred sixty degrees of a woman, and we look at it from a very individual perspective. Cool. Let's talk a little bit more about your brand. And what makes you guys unique because you are in a competitive space. Yeah. Media companies in changing so much and there's a lot of them. So let's start with how do you make yourself stand out and really differentiate yourself for your target audience. I most media companies that are focused on women are action surprisingly run by men and arts name, all we are. We are like open to everyone. Our team is largely female. This. And we're really speaking to the questions that our audience has an and helping them live harder more stylish life. So I think the reason the reason why we have started this business and why I had the desire season start. This business wasn't a problem. Now is having personally as an early thirty something I don't really have like a finance plan financial plan. I also didn't know how things like 4._0._1._K's. Our mortgage is really works. Houser company that I loved, but I didn't know how to go about asking for that race because I knew there was a gender gap. I didn't know how to. So I start having conversations with my friends. So that was the first problem I had it. And then I start having conversations with my friends who are all very smart very leading in their own ways work at there. Either. Financial friends, and they actually personally didn't know these answers to these questions themselves. So so, you know, there's these big questions that we that in mount of time that I had been educated. I never really we're answer for me. So I started doing a lot of research. And surprisingly there wasn't a con. Woman's content site that actually offered strategic this. So I think the reason the pennant actually started the company is in large part why women to come. Filled authenticity. Totally because you're really speaking from a woman's perspective theory in touch with what kind of information women want and need that authencity just really comes through. You also have a nice niche, even though you do absolutely take three sixty approach and touch on every aspect of a woman's life. I do think that you've carved out a nice niche when it comes to finances for women and women know that they can come to you. And learn about all the topics that you just mentioned exactly everything from retirement plan how to invest how to start investing. What exactly investing is? So we also work with mazing partners to help that content. So that we are sharing professional expert advice with our audience. It's really been great because there's such a connection between wellness, and and wealth, and it's not really so much having money and having a lot of money. It's more about being control of your money. So there are studies done that actually show that you're you're more confident and women's number one thing that makes them the most confidence is being in control of their finances. I believe it so yeah. Yeah. That's cool. And I love that. You have I'm honed in on this not only because there is such a need. And it's so powerful and leads that confidence that you're describing. But also for business perspective. You know, I think it can be very tempting, and I've been tempted myself in a fallen into this whole before where you want to be all things to all people you want to cover all the things be general lifestyle. But I think that there's so much power and and having focused and people knowing what to come four. So do you. Feel like from your seat that that's been a really powerful thing for you to be known for this financial advice. It is. I mean, the content that we in our company is really inspire women to feel seeing on their power. So however, it is that they feel most confident and more powerful. We want to help them guide them down that path and and finance for all of us. We may be shy to talk about it. But it's something that we should be talking about learning more about so. So so yes, so I think even though we do cover a lot arranger different topics. We always try and go back to our mission. And the reason why we started love it. Okay. We're gonna talk more about how media companies are changing when we come back from this quick break. I'm Alex Worley and this Business Rockstars. First of all number one is that believed the company with the best people. Now, you have to give that company.

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"powrie" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"powrie" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

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"powrie" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:24 min | 3 years ago

"powrie" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Is what I've looked for my whole career here. You know, consistent get up every day. For something championships. Special thing that you're doing something that nobody else is doing. Now, the huge complex about the play their final today. Punch on the ticket is the SEC conference Tennessee, the number two team in the country. They're on their way to what to play in this one. Great job by Rick born this year, and how about that game between Auburn and Kentucky yesterday all burn. Eventually gets the win right Kentucky want someone was at Auburn at Tennessee. Now, I'm confused for a second hero guns. He was Tennessee, the gut by Kentucky, Tennessee. Yeah. Right. Auburn beat gum. Oh, just escapes me. Tennessee gets by Kentucky. You can go back to your spot back there. Great game, though came right down to the wire. Just like Villanova's Seton Hall, and here is the head coach of Kentucky Giancarlo Powrie talking about what's next for Kentucky. So now, we're done. We'll drive home and get ready for the tournament. I believe we'll be in do you think? So I think we'll be able to say anything because I could tell you what bracket a look like if you'd like to. No, I'm just kidding. All right. So there you have it a big college basketball day, and we will talk today to Nicole our back from the athletic. That's coming up in the ten o'clock hour as more conference championships and the selection show tonight, the NC double a basketball tournament really football was the big news in New York this week. Of course, we go back to the huge trade giants may trading away wide receiver Odell Beckham junior to the Cleveland Browns of complete shock to everyone. No one had any idea. This was going down. Nobody. If anybody says to you, I knew it like a francesa type of thing. And he didn't even do that the lying. Okay. The lying. Nobody had any idea. Nobody had any idea and a lot of giant bands will blaming Dave Gettleman this week. That's about the dumbest thing I've ever heard. Do you think that Dave gentlemen, makes that decision without his head coach Pat Shurmur without the owner of the giants Mr. Mara his how it went down. Folks. People kept asking me all week. Why would the giants give old Dell Beckham of five year ninety million dollar extension just to trade him and the answer is they didn't when they signed him last August, they really did believe he would be part of the future of this team? But don't forget last August, the new regime came in right, Jerry Reese, GM out comes the new GM, Dave gentleman, and he'll come to new head coach via Minnesota, Pat Shurmur. So they added a chance Shurmur and gentleman along with Mr Mauro to spend a year with Beckham. And go back to last November. When Beckham did that ESPN interview when Kraft all over Eli manning and the rest of his teammates that really pissed off the giants? So even though Beckham came back last year seventy seven catches over a thousand yards and six touchdowns and did play twelve of the sixteen games. It took the new regime misdemeanor. He no he didn't like he doesn't like that doesn't like them got about him. It took the new regime one year to figure out. This guy's a jerk off get him out of here. Now, the players love him. Everybody tells me the same thing Paul Schwartz. Russ players love him. Great. I'm sure they do. He's there for every player rookie veteran. They love him. But the team doesn't love him. You know, there's gonna be a new quarterback here shortly. Hopefully, a young guy replacing Eli manning and the giants just figured they don't them. And it's funny because I made the argument for months, I wouldn't trade him. I wouldn't trade him. He's as good as anybody see when football. And I still believe that's the case. But when he got traded wasn't all that upset. I really wasn't. Now. Look they signed Golden State to a four year. Thirty eight million dollar deal is golden Tate. Odell Beckham junior will of course, not of course, not. But when you signed golden Tate, and you've got stolen shepherd on the other side an first round tram choice in Evan Ingram tight end. And the most dynamic running back in football at saquon Barkley, and you win another piece on the offensive line. Forget about the defense. They make changes there too. That says to me that they were not we building. Right. We thought oh, they got of Vernon another jerk off, by the way, he goes to Cleveland Beckham goes to clean, the rebuilding. Landon Collins, first of all the giants would have been idiotic to give Landon Collins fifty million dollars you. Thanks for the memories. Let the Redskins pay you. Now you bring in Bill peppers, a younger guy a more versatile football player. Not even close to the. Price. So the more you look at what the giants did this week if you're a real giant ban and not just one of those annoying fans you'd like to complain about everything ain't all that bad. They're not a good team. They haven't been a good team for years. They made the playoffs once in seven years once in seven years, not a good team. But the moves they made this week not terrible. And of course, the jets lookout there were I believe there are three teams in the AFC that have improved dramatically already this off season before the draft Buffalo Bills, Oakland, Raiders, maybe the most of all the jets, they love EON bell, who my opinion is the next most dynamic back behind Barkley here with the giants. They had a big time pensive lineman. They had a huge middle linebacker. Very good slot wide receiver lookout. He'll come the jets j e t s jets jets jets. We'll talk to Dan Graziano who is one of the best football guys in the country over ESPN coming up on this show this morning about all the jet moves. We got baseball to Yankees Luis. Severino be out longer than we expected. That's not great news. But maybe the Yankees can GIO Gonzalez. Who knows we'll go down to Tampa were Kenny do see why will be standing by with the latest on the Yanks. And of course, it Sunday. Lots of basketball today, some kind of two we'll hear from Rory and tiger. So we always talk to the great TACB at Debbie weans dot com. Every Sunday morning. The number one eight hundred eight four eight ninety two twenty two one eight hundred eight four eight ninety two twenty two before or.

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"powrie" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"powrie" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Because it happens all the time in two thousand twelve the university of Kentucky played in New Orleans lost in the finals of the tournament to Vanderbilt and then went won the NCAA tournament. Matter of fact, I think something like four of the last ten national champions lost their conference tournament. Yeah. You know? They really a look what pain is going to show. You don't know how they don't play. Somehow my Mike. Why are you so mad that sounds like you? No vowel. I love a tendency Dane, but you know, what they I mean, I get up saying with him alive. They want to watch them. Hey, Mike, Mike, Mike Soldano second. You tend to evolve fan. Yes. I am. I I really I believe on where he just here for what are you making out of Jones's comments at Tennessee will never win a national championship football. Niller? I. No, mike. It's hard for me to hear because there's some sultry are and be playing in the background. But I will say to you. I don't have anything against Tennessee. Except the color orange is not my favorite. This basketball. Team is good. My only tell tell Mike about football in football. You all have a program that like Nebraska has seen its better days. It's sort of like. Mike, you're like the Brady bunch. It's still a show you wanna watch. But it's not gonna be number one in the ratings anymore. You know, you gotta be map. You know, you. By that. I haven't heard by down on you. Listen for power to bring his show up there at my town, and I will come with it. You know, why? Why I want to arm us on Callen to RS? And I think brainer yours if you've got what needs to be tightened up through the. They say this Mike, you won't be mean a debate. But you would beat me an arm wrestling. I could just tell Mike where do you live? What I'm saying to to a lot mica probably could. But listen. I. And I love the show how a love, and listen, I it's been great. But go balls and y'all have a good time and nice. Thank you arm, wrestling. You know, that's how you know that you're losing debate. When you challenge someone arm wrestle, you know, what labor when I watched him and worse at arm wrestling. I actually have a transcript of the Lincoln Douglas debates lobby with. Oh, no this in the middle of Douglas challenge. Lincoln arm wrestle happened. I think it Douglas. He played for Auburn. I don't follow anything illinois's thought on either. I don't go north of the Mason. Okay. Mister vol is up next with med Jones. Hey, my welcome to Tennessee. I glad to be here. Nashville's an awesome city, maybe we could put some historical and respectful perspective to this. I was wanting to Paul classmates at UT and Paul was actually covering Tennessee, football and basketball, probably before you were born. So what year did you all go to school? I I never can guess Paul's age. Rainiers era and the early part of the dawn VO where that's true. I remember, Don devote dire. Knicks was one of my favorite players. He had a great hair growing up. But go ahead. Unfortunately, he lived his are way too soon to that that I heard that that he said he's hit Mr. bell, knee and the essence of time here. What what what's your beef with Matt Jones? Well, let me just ask him a couple of questions might be do you ever in the ad? The what school is beaten Kentucky more than any other in basketball. I feel like I say this until I'm repeating myself into ad nauseam beating Kentucky in football historically is not something to brag about. No after this. He said basketball. Oh in basketball. Tennessee is I'm sorry. I didn't hear you. Well, we play you twice can take place you twice a year. So probably Tennessee is that right? Well, you played a lot of schools twice a year. But then at the C has historically probably the second best history. Even not an attorney. But in SCC play of any of the schools won the last Tennessee Kentucky game at Powrie oil..

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"powrie" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

06:53 min | 3 years ago

"powrie" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Let's take you to Vietnam now were President Donald Trump is due to meet the North Korean leader Kim Jong UN later today for their second summit, Mr. Trump, flew into the capital Hanoi on Air Force One. Mr Kim took a much longer journey over land by train and by car. You're a member, of course to historical first meeting. With those pictures of the two men shaking hands walking together, the world's eyes on them. But little in terms of solid commitment and specifics from both sides, the two leaders are expected to discuss nuclear disarmament of the Korean peninsula, which will hopefully produce more concrete steps and the vague statement of intent after that first summit last year. Let's talk to Jennifer moon chief anchor and editor in chief of era. Ari rang at TV in Seoul in South Korea. Jennifer, how was South Korea watching this? Well, I can tell you that South Korea is carefully watching every movement every development happening in Hanoi. As North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN and yours. President Donald Trump for the second time in Hanoi. This time around of course, the South Korean president has been watching this developments stare carefully as well. And he actually has cleared out his schedule for tomorrow. That's the actual date of the the actual stomach talks in Hanoi. And and he will also be carefully watching that. What are the South Koreans, generally? But the South Korean leadership looking for in that second summit. Well, most definitely what sells Korea is looking for just like the rest of the world are concrete follow follow up steps to what was promised in the Singapore summit, of course, as we remember in Singapore. The Korean leader and the US president agreed uncertain points. But there were more or less ambiguous. And that's what experts have been criticizing that four and we're looking for concrete steps towards denuclearization. Although it may not be a complete denuclearization or looking for a a step towards that progress if you will. On the US side. Yes. On the US side. We're looking for a some kind of a sanctions lifting lifting of sanctions on North Korea. And South Korea has said that as for the economic cooperation between north and South Korea as for the economic sanctions will be lifted South Korea is willing to bear that burden of aiding North Korea some more specifics, really. And it's it's it's interesting that you mentioned ambiguous. Because one of the biggest criticisms if if you will that there were, you know, the first meeting historical has it was produced a very vague agreement. I'm just wondering what you think in terms of the bargaining power that the US holds that Mr. Trump at brings what can he promise in exchange for a specific plan for North Korea to denuclearize? Well, there are a lot of talks about Mr. Trump having this economic or bargaining power of lifting economic sanctions off of North Korea. But experts say North Korea is actually looking for more than economic opening up is region to carry North Korea is looking for security from the US, and Mr. Trump can use that to his advantage and opening of liaison offices, opening up and clearing and reestablishing diplomatic relations between the two countries US and North Korea that could be a huge bargaining power on the part of Mr. Trump, and in which case that means, and again, this comes to how Seoul is watching this that North Korea could be opening up its economy for the rest of the world and the region crucially. Yes, that's right and South Korean president just few days ago during his cabinet meaning said when if and when. North Korea's sanctions are lifted and North Korean economy is opened up South Koreans should not be left in the back seat. But we should take the initiative and be in the driver's seat in investing in the North Korean assets there. So while missiles career is very ready to jump in that bandwagon. Just finally, Jennifer. There has been in the past. Of course, a discussion argument on North Korea side that the US should remove any nuclear weapons. It's deployed in the region. There's been talk about the nuclear umbrella, the US aligns commitment to defend its allies even through its nuclear power in the region. Do you think that's going to be a stumbling block in those talks? Well. The US president has made clear and the South Korean president as well has made clear that those talks as far as the US troops they nuclear umbrella, aided by the US to South Korea is concerned that will not be talked about that will not be on the table this time around in Hanoi and North Korean leader is smart enough. We'll keep that in mind. Jennifer, many many thanks Jennifer moon, their chief anchor and editor in chief of Iran. Tv in Seoul, South Korea. You Newsday from the BBC with shaima and Connie the top headlines this half hour. Muhammadu Powrie has won a second consecutive, Tom as president of Nigeria the former Vatican treasurer cardinal, George Powell has been remanded in custody as he waits sentencing for sexually abusing two boys and the authority that oversees Pakistan's nuclear weapons will shortly meet to discuss India's s strikes on Pakistani territory. Let's get the sports news now with Matthew unless he didn't waste any time. New manager Brendan Rodgers who was prized from Scottish giants. Celtic in a matter of hours yesterday was in the stands to watch his new team beat Brighton to one in the English Premier League. Last night. A good repository rant to the four. One home thumping by Crystal Palace, which got form of us Claude twelve Saka the weekend. Elsewhere ahead of back to back matches with their great rivals Barcelona tonight in the car. Opera. Del Rey and on Saturday in the league braille Madrid's captain Sergio Ramos has been charged by European football's governing body you who claim he deliberately got himself booked in their Champions League match with a rematch between WBZ world heavyweight champion Deontay wilder and challenger Tyson. Fury is looking less likely in the short term after the head of the WBZ said fury was going to take on another fight. I following his big-money signing to the broadcaster ESPN and Rafael Nidal is back Ota after losing to Novak Djokovic in the final of this year's Australian Open Maddow looked good to easing through his first round match in Acapulco baiting. Misha's various six three six three Matthew. Thank you business. News now,.

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"powrie" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"powrie" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"More fake the times reported Whitacre's relationship with the president soured after he refused to put US attorney and Trump administration appointee. Jeffrey Berman in charge of the calling case Berman was recused from the investigation Whitaker recently told a congressional committee the president never pressured him on any investigation a border wall. And a bullet train the subject of a big battle. That's brewing between the White House and the west coast, the Trump administration threatens to cancel or claw back. Billions of dollars already approved for California's high speed rail project, this is a move that governor Gavin Newsom says is political retribution. California officials are leading a multi state lawsuit against the president's national emergency call to build a southern border wall. Governor new of has already said that he's scaling back. The bullet train project also says giving back the money is not gonna happen. Nevertheless, she persisted and. Monument on the Senate floor becomes a rallying cry for Massachusetts Senator and presidential hopeful. Elizabeth Warren Senator Warren sharing her story behind those three words on the late late show with James corden last night. There was a famous phrase came up in a Senate hearing. I think it was what I got kicked off the floor of the Senate. That's right. When it was Mitch McConnell yesterday said the phrase, nevertheless, shape assistant, and I think he meant it. So. Derogatory some. But actually, it's become a very popular Sassou gay around the world. Have you seen many people that are tattooed with I've seen many people with now the primary place most people. Right. And they put it they put a lot of and put it on their forearms. What's happened is? Nevertheless, she persisted Powrie statement. So I'm getting my haircut. A couple of months ago and this summer she says God, it's Elizabeth Warren. And I'm like where? And then she showed me that she had cancer, and she had had nevertheless, she persisted on top of it. Because that's how she was concentrating our energy and fighting ROY. Senator Warren on last night's late late show with James corden on the other side of the aisle. Governor Charlie Baker, not ready to throw his support behind the likely presidential bid of Republican Bill weld, the governor calls well, the mentor serving a secretary of health and human services during welds tenure as governor back in the nineties, but governor Baker told reporters yesterday, it's too early to focus on the election. And that he is concentrating on his job as governor eight hundred eight on Boston's NewsRadio Wall Street is dressed up in red this morning. We check the numbers and business news now from Bloomberg. Here's Andrew O'day. Andy, Jeff indicators inching down too much, though, s&p NASDAQ futures down three Dow futures off thirty six Microsoft says it has uncovered cyber attacks by hackers linked to the Russian government targeting. European think tanks company attacks says that attacks targeting employees at the German Council on foreign relations, the Aspen institute and the German Marshall fund originated from a group called straw. Auntie em which Microsoft says has ties to the Russian government. Microsoft says it is still investigating good news for WalMart. Yesterday. Was great news for the Walton family after the giant retailer posted strong holiday quarter results. Its shares jumped more than two percent and that paid off for the founder's family which saw a three point three billion dollar gain in its fortune in one day. Andrew O'day, Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio nine and coming up on WBZ this morning, another record breaking contract for a massive baseball star that story in sports next. Listen to what Chris said about Andro four hundred. I've lost almost forty pounds in ten weeks by son was getting married. And when I went for the soup fitting, I was forty eight. And when it went back to do the final fitting, I was a forty four. I have more energy. That's for sure I probably lost four inches around. My belly. I'm fifty seven. And when I was in my thirty. Here's what Dwayne said about Andro four hundred this product, really works. I'm an old guy. And I don't trust. Nobody. I've tried all kinds of stuff. It's one of the few things I've ever bought at work. I couldn't believe it. I feel better. I have more energy to walk twelve miles a day. I feel great to change my life. It really has..

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"powrie" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

The Nerd Soup Podcast

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"powrie" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

"Sure. Mine. Emma lot up. I've got some Anthony q. Nash on Twitter. Just tweet me any question. Don't play your Twitter on here. Who do you think you are just trying to get some questions for the podcast? They'll X me teddy or both have any questions if you just want to know what if they wanna chat. What if they wanna be my Valentine? Because you're not going to be my Valentine too. Well, someone gonna go Valentine so good. Oh, Valentine new so good. You saw copied is all but so good. This is a fun one. From anonymous scout do not scout nerd soup decathlon who wins these competitions. And he listed ten competitions for us. Oh nice. Okay. I smash brothers me. Yeah. We'll give you that one. Number two. This is going to be very contentious NBA two K me me me. There you go. I've already beaten both of you. So I d- numerous times thera. So now, I don't know I'll go seventy easy. I haven't played in a while. So it's probably audio we go I haven't played it away. Yeah. You can't meet that one. That's like, me and Nash debate. But I've eaten Nash numerous occasions when I'm blackout. But recently, I've beaten you in this game recent to K forty yard dash teddy tatty. Close second me faceted. Teddy actually, that's a tossup. I dunno Nashville, actually, Ted. He's got a good first step a very I pick ups. His first step out of control. And another great teddy story that he steps harder than everybody else. So when he steps on rocks. It hurts more is that what he said at the beach. He said he steps harder than everybody else. So let me I don't know. He stepped on a rock, and he was freaking. Oh, I guess he was overreacting to. Yeah. And we're like teddy. It's just you know, it hurts. Yeah. But he was going. Nice ludicrous. And he's a guy step horrid. And everybody's you with me when we were watching the basketball game and said he had a breakaway and high school all he looked up at the stands at us. Fans and losses dribble. But kicked it out fucking. Oh, my God benchpress teddy. Daddy. Spelling bee all that's between you two I'm gonna probably go. You are you a good speller not lately? I had to look a lot of words did you start? When did you realize? We'll in college constantly writing as a very good speller. But now that I don't like really have to do that anymore. It's you don't use it. You lose spelling bee. It's like this is a skill. That phones have made absolute so tragic relations. Although my phone spell checks ridiculous. Now, it really has become probably fucking ducking. That's the classic seven nerd soup spelling to one day. I'm out I had spelling Francisco and put the convict the guy you'll read it. Okay. Eating competition. Teddy. I kid can how nothing else. No, actually, I go me Ted's on a big eater. That's that's. That's a myth. I think I'd be the underdog and that actually, no. Yeah. That'd be the story when we made we made Nash eats, seventy chicken nuggets. Oh, I was there McDonald this is like two years ago. Oh, you broke the fucking record. That was fifty at McDonalds of excuse me for seven I was training. And then I did settles at the garden when they wanted seventy. That's. Hello. How it happened? It was just like I know how it happened. He says it wasn't his idea. Like when I said we made him do it. It's very accurate because one of our other friends like I'll buy you seven gets of you them. And he's like, no, no, I'm not gonna do that. We basically just like, no, we'll do it. Let's do it. Let's do it to mop. I have no backboard. You get any fucking dead. It. I was kind of like fat fly. Today's like fact feel bad. Yeah. Yeah. But the chicken nuggets themselves started take paper, the forty fifth we get to the real taste. Yeah. And I was I thirty I house right dip it in ranch was getting cocky, you know, being Bob blue hands. That's not like drinking you drink and shit. Powrie have power eight not sure power. Yes..

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"powrie" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"powrie" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"One nothing they're forced wins the draw takes in to the sacred art and a stick battle over in the far corner to the left a freshman goaltender Josh Bennett. Who's been outstanding? So far. Yesterday and through the first period today. Happen spring the puck out to the perimeter high. The blue line Mirages sense, low go line two. Hey, cake back wall to Paul. Palmer comes out from behind the net in the near corner. Still has the puck looks to feed cook at the point dust cook sends it down low goal line and stepping in front transfer. The takeaway, Alex Bates can't do it. A stick battle in the corner. Now nearside couple of falcons couple of pioneers down there. And we got a penalty coming up here. I believe on air force. It'd be Matt Paul cross-check on met over. And by the the play was against the board than it was just a little scrum. Two from each side, and the kind of popped out a little bit Pulver backed out the puck, even gera- and that's win over got called for the cross check. I Italy of this game goes against air force Sacred Heart is on the power play. They were over three on the power play last night on the season at thirteen percent. One zero Sacred Heart leads six fifty five left in the first of all were in the box sacred art with the man advantage leading by a goal. They win the tapa. Get it to cotton at the blue line. He sends it across returned to cotton is pass down low getting a stick on it. Jake Levin, but it's played in the corner by the pioneers. Johnstone fires at the net. Save Christoffel rebound is picked up in front by stone and sent two hundred feet. Pioneers retreat retrieve and here they come again left to right on the power play. Cotton leads them out. Ship. It ahead and go after beating intuitive back cook cook Mirages Mirages can't pick it up. Gotta defender on his back and the pioneers have the pop this is cotton speed front from the top of the circle a blast there by the borrow. That's why. Picked up off the back wall fed out front again tomorrow has it top of the far circle. Bavaro? Now, you're the blue line gives it over here on the near side. The cotton cotton with a back door passed to John's don't and had his stick not got tied up. He had an easy goal. The puck ends up in the far corner. Cleared up by air force would only as far as the neutral zone pot. No back scape. Pick it up for sacred. Art, good luck and powerplay so far, and they just missed a couple of times forty five seconds remained to the man advantage for the pioneers talcum penalty kill digging in right here may get a clear and a wraparound comes up to the neutral zone trap down there by the pioneers who entered three across the blue light. They go down low far sites and getting a stick on Grenada. Unable to control it Marshall Bowery were the far side. This is gonna be Macomer Vacco Maria feed to the blue line, Mike Lee in the high slot. He crosses there. With kaplan. His to leave down low on the goal line. Lots of passing lots of cycling here by the ears with under ten seconds to go on the power play a steel behind the net by eleven that. He can't clear it kept in by lead. At the blue line. The power play is over out of the box because Matt Palmer and he's got the puck in the neutral zone. He's trying to figure out which direction. He's gone. He does he gets a cabal Powrie sends it down low. And it's behind the sacred art net pioneers. Hustler back take it away. But a good takeaway by air force. That's Kyohei Hake. To Paul goes to the back end partially blocked.

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"powrie" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

08:59 min | 3 years ago

"powrie" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"This is Albert Muller for townhall dot com. We'll passers in the Netherlands who affirmed biblical Christianity face criminal prosecution that may well be the case back in two thousand seventeen a group of evangelical Christians concerned about the confusion of the age wrote and adopted a statement that became known as the Nashville statement, affirming, biblical understanding of marriage and human sexuality that statement was addressing issues that the church faces in modern America. But of course, the situation is not merely American. It is increasingly worldwide that takes us to a recent headline from the Netherlands two hundred and fifty Christian leaders assigned the Nashville statement, and what is so ominous. The Dutch government prosecution service is deciding whether or not the very signing and publication of the Nashville statement is actually a violation worthy of criminal prosecution. Yes, it's ominous merely publishing and signing. This statement may be as the Dutch prosecution services indicated a criminal offence. I'm Albert Muller. Nineteen sixty eight. Shipped over sixty eight and turned eighteen I went to the local draft board. Of course, I did register signed up for the draft in September twenty first is my actual data. I end in the military September twenty first took Stacy training at Fort Knox Kentucky, and I want to advanced individual training infantry training at fort Polk, Louisiana, and I want landing and getting on April. First nineteen sixty nine hundred private first class. Okay. And I presume you went through the normal in processing that everybody did when they came over those replacement. Ended up on a truck and dropped off in front of a tent, and you went inside and some I started assigned to the unit you're going to be in is that pretty close to crew there have long been and went up to see on which was support command headquarters score big rig one the actual division headquarters in light Kate. But from there I from a process that Zeon and loaded onto a truck convoy Powrie thirteen to like a spent night like it was in the field. And so is the first time there were some weird folks here I deal with in the next morning. I chop Chopard up to quantum. Your argument was working on quantum only spend tonight and Lloyd next morning field. That's I started the company in the church is going to be assignment. He'll get a matter of a week, you're in the United States and suddenly you're taken by helicopter and you're put into a combat situation. I'm sure there probably wasn't combat going on at that moment. But there could have been. That's quite a change of pace. That's a bit a little bit rattling, isn't it? Yeah. It's the first night when I got into like we didn't coming mortar rounds. So I saw my first taste. It was not near our physician. It like it would on the far scored fish. I I knew it was real. But you're right. I left the station better part of March seven days, I was in the jungle in Vietnam. Because that's my story too. I was a rifle platoon leader who came in through the same kind of processing. And they dropped me in the jungle with that was in the middle of a sweep, and all of a sudden there you are in combat, and if that won't wake you up nothing in the world will so talk to me about I know it was like being a new Lieutenant doing that. What was it like being a new private in that situation? How did your squad leader in your squad? Members treat you. Well, when I say Joanie in jungle guys came took took me under their wings. That was also new guy. And I remember the first thing they asked me on t shirt enjoys on. I said, yeah, they should take them off. Yeah. You can't wear them out here. They'll go. You'll get crutch watch, you know, I just so right there jungle I stripped off to my t shirt off to five doors off doom and all that stuff. And the guy who always took care of me show me how to pack my pack nature. I had my weapon paying munition, and they didn't put me on Puerto like it. I walked in the middle of the column. Trying to get a Justice to I did carry lifestyle is go to the big show, visions go carry dout, but they took care Lee. Slowly, let me blend in with the and they were just great fun guys. A great tune leader. Great sorry squad. Guys are just they really took care of me. And I really appreciate after all these year. I taught did did I still appreciate it. And I was thinking the enemy was behind every tree I learned to settle in life. Those guys and stuff actually real easy with a unit so much people. That's how it should be. She was for most people. This is Colonel Danny Gillerman frontlines of freedom. We're discussing the book call sign Dracula with Vietnam vet Joe fair. Okay. Joe talked about the first time you were in combat while you were shooting and being shot at. It was up in still up around the corner area and working out of Sunday. Then we were working with the mechanized units. Which would out of corn? And we came in contact jumped off the APC's three. And now behind the PC's. We were going online move forward. Almost like an assault. Engaging knows Rams going off to some, you know, the freemen tracers coming our way in a red tracer doing out there. I am. I saw the enemy soldiers links. We need a rubber plantation outside of Cornwall your son Sombat, forget exactly what's going too far. But I am I saw did enemy soldier laying Senate treated and killed him. That that kind of shook me up a little bit. Because that's I am I see I thought this is really real. And that was my first taste of combat to actually combat far more from the rifle very much much firing coming from the ABC's with and they were head of us. You know, like everybody else is doing that. I didn't really aims. Into the front of us into the rubber plantation, but heart was something pretty good. So that was my first taste of combat tell probably around the sand. Joining people that's probably the second week in April. Okay. Maybe certainly well and from that point on it life gets easier. Talk to us now about your book. Why did you decide to write the book? How long did it take? Did you coordinate with other people talk to us about the book? Call sign Dracula when I'd get out of the regular army. I got into the national guard in talking national guard in nineteen seventy four and I stayed with a guard until nineteen ninety seven may nineteen ninety seven. I'm also a veteran of Desert Storm, and I served in a eight inch artillery. I start house I signed teeth. Eighty two retired in nineteen ninety seven. But what I also at the same time. I had to queers going income come here in my hometown. I will to them for forty years. So in two thousand eleven I returned to them. I was of course marriage. My last fourteen fifteen years them. And when I retired at a time when my my hands much more mature and taught my daughter, Jennifer said dad, you need to write down what you didn't Vietnam. And I asked him why she said you never talked about it. We don't know we were your children during Desert Storm. We knew what was going on. But we like to be able to pass on to our grandkids. So with that thought I decided I'd just write a journal started writing and writing I thought, you know, where do I start? And then I remember my mother had saved all the letters. I'd sit home turn on the correspondence militates. So I got that. I've read my own letters. And I said I can do it by March. Because I it's better if I do my monthly no it may not be exact date. I know with that occurred. And I use on matters. I sent my mom. As I was riding. I found that I really couldn't put it all together. And that started me thinking, I should contact guys have served breath. And my first person that I contact was my petunias are you who lives in Louisville Kentucky, which about eighty miles, man. And we met. And then we shared some stuff and shared stories need some photographs and that got the ball rolling. So I started to got to got it really started kind of leading veterans. Okay. And from that call sign Dracula we're going to give away a copy of that book at the end of the show, but how can listeners by a copy of call sign Dracula. Well, it's terrible to Amazon Barnes and noble and Sunday, and in many other book outlet Alison books at my home. That people like to have a signed copy copies of male of people and you can catch me on Facebook messenger. But the books available many different outlets that sounds awesome. And folks, I've read the book you want to thank.

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"powrie" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:04 min | 3 years ago

"powrie" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Three times a day at blocks the absorption would cluster on such fat from your food. And that's a good thing. You could take it along the lower your cholesterol, it absolutely works. Or you could take it. What you're studying drugs. You could do it either way. So here's another study. This is a Washington University school of medicine. Published in the journal the American journal clinical nutrition, which is the journal of the American society for nutrition. And they took people at high cholesterol and gave them cheryl's two thousand milligrams a day. And lowered their bed cholesterol significantly lowered their LDL cholesterol significantly. But here's the thing. It showed how it worked. It blocked the absorption of cholesterol from your food by up to thirty percent on average at blocked the absorption of cholesterol from their food by twenty five percent. And it increased the excretion of cholesterol from their intestines by seventy four percent. So that's mechanistic. I mean approves that they work. So here's the hospital day Powrie, Hoppy two-day Powrie. It's in Paris, France. Current medical research. Two thousand three hundred and Seventy-six Parisians with high cholesterol. Their average age was fifty six. They put them on stairwells and their total cholesterol dropped by eleven percent. They're good cholesterol increased by eight percent and their bad cholesterol fell by fifteen percent. I have a lot of studies like that. I have a lot of studies like lifetime. So here's a review it's in a British journal of nutrition. It's division of human nutrition wedging engine university over in the Netherlands, and they're looking at one hundred and twenty four studies on stat steamrolls on stairwells not starting stairwells. That tells you there's an awful lot of human clinical trials looking at one hundred and twenty four studies on plant sterols. Did they work? Yes. Absolutely one capsule three times a day, gradually, reduced LDL bad cholesterol concentrations on average by twelve percent. So some people might have been ten percent other people it might have been fifteen percents, but it worked it absolutely works. So here's the a meta analysis looking at a portfolio diet, a meta analysis a portfolio diet. Contains four things that have been absolutely proven to lower cholesterol. Four things that lower cholesterol journal progress and cardiovascular diseases, it's a team. That set out to update the European association for the study of diabetes the clinical practice guidelines for the medical doctors sort of portfolio diet is a plant based diet that emphasizes four clinically validated cholesterol, lowering foods every day. Okay. If you have these foods everyday. It's clinically proven validated. It's absolutely proven to lower your cholesterol. Forty two grams of tree nuts or peanuts. Now. Forty two grams is announcing a half an ounce and a half of tree nuts cashews. Walnuts. Pecans? Fifty grams of protein from. Lagoons or pulses so fifty grams of protein from like chick peas or beans or lentils. Twenty grams of fiber should I be oats barley, silly, apples oranges, berries and two grams of plant sterols. So this is the portfolio diet to lower your cholesterol and lower your blood pressure, and it's validated and many human clinical trials. This is what they preach in Europe before going to a twelve astatine and similar stone. Not. Looms or pulses? Cyber fiber and plant sterols. There's no doubt about it. So who believe in plant sterols who believe plant sterols? I I went into a whole bunch of websites to see who believed in plant sterols. I went into the American Heart Association website. The American Medical Association website, the Harvard Medical school's website, the Yale medical school website. The mayo clinic website the Cleveland Clinic website. UCLA NYU Cornell Columbia University, they all agree. Plant sterols work showed us, the American pharmaceutical society. So does the American nursing association? They all agreed the American the American Heart Association. The American Medical Association. All agree. A better diet exercise and stairwells works as well as statins to lower your cholesterol, and it should be tried first. That's not what's happening. So here is Robert in Ramsey New Jersey, he was having pain from LIPA, torso. He had lowered the dosage and both. He and the doctor were afraid that his cholesterol would jump back up. So what he did with his doctor's knowledge. He added the stairwells to a lower dose of Lipitor LIPA at Tova stuck. I lowered my dose of Lipitor from twenty milligrams to ten milligrams because of the side effects stairwells kept my LDL cholesterol below seventy am I total cholesterol below one hundred forty my HDL's at eighty my triglycerides are fifty my doctor, and I are very happy. His mirror in New York City. And nine months, you're stairwells lowered my LDL cholesterol from one hundred ninety five to one hundred twenty nine. Now, I do not need to take statin drugs. Here's a Florence dare. Jerry. I've been taking your stairwells your cardio h action your fficials for six months. My total cholesterol dropped significantly my bad cholesterol went from one hundred and forty seven to one hundred seventeen and my good cholesterol went up ten points. That's beautiful. I'm telling you this stuff works. Okay. We have to go to a break are steroids, Ron special very safe way to lower your bad cholesterol. It absolutely works and over the course of three to six months, it gets better and better and better and better you can use them alone. Or you can use them. What you're starting drudge or you could use them. What you've I tore doesn't matter. The stairwells one capsule would have similar about five to ten minutes before each meal..

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"powrie" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:29 min | 3 years ago

"powrie" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"And you can also play along on our Instagram page at Golic and wingo. Brought to you by Golic and wingo. There you go. Frank Kellyanne is our guest for book today. I've been around here book, it is a segment that this Stolz show for my show prior to this one here, essentially, how it works. I'm going to read a statement, you guys I'm would ask you to book it or not essentially if you like to take your book. Got it. Pretty simple. You pick it up along the way I will dad demonstrate first and foremost, your dad. Kyrie Irving is good leader book. Nah. I'm not going to book that I mean, he just he just comes college on Saturday saying I've been handling this wrong. Okay. Now. Now, we'll see going forward. What goes on? So I'm going to hold off on that for a little bit. And I'm not cooking. I think I mean the transition from not booking it to booking. So I'm trending towards book because he's trending in the right direction. I'm bookies on his way to be. Aw. There you go. We're going to book it Frank book it as well. Powrie urban knows what he's doing it plays the game. And it can dribbling a circle more than Russell Wilson can run around. In a circle Beth was crazy. There you go forget that they grossly under eight dribbling in a circle for that reason, I'll book big. Speaking of other circle dribblers trae jazz, Martin is more valuable to the rockets, then LeBron James is to the Lakers, you're going to at the Lakers and the rockets play Saturday night at eight thirty on ABC, this tears at at the fiber of my soul because every year LeBron James should be the analogy. But James harden is doing is incredible this year. Gosh, this is a tough one man James harden, by the way, just past LeBron James for most career fifty plus point games. No, I'm still celebrate has more volume. I I'm not poking this one either. I mean, the better player in both teams would be awful without the respect the players, but LeBron's better. So I'll sell say LeBron. I mean, I mean, the the rockets I mean, the Lakers are essentially the Cavaliers this year without people forget that. I look at those guys if you take teams are now there's no difference onto defense. Right. Check everything going on. Is that you. That set was playing a prank on me understand when you're playing the lack of a came alive. He's also got that ability. All right. Very good. Shack pranking Stephen a ongoing a time to be alive, dad. Yeah. The warriors are the most hated team in sports. In sports, DeMarcus cousins. No, he said that maybe two years ago. Yeah. But but not now, I think that's worn off. So they're not the most sports. No. But the most hated team in sports is playing this weekend. The patriot the patient. Yes. Every John jealousy. More than hey jealousy. Because they just keep out people by God every year is a fire sale here. How are you doing this? So I would say I'm not booking about you know, what I want to give him time. Because like you said about the transition for Kyrie Irving second half of the season when the warriors start to play. Well, again, I have a feeling a lot of that's going to come back out with you hate dominance more than anything is going to be semi series. There is such a no, you're the funny guy. Right. There is such a flow to sports and leagues. Now, isn't there like the NBA figured it out a while ago? It seems by that you take time down and rest your body. The NFL seems to be the same way. Now, if you look three of the four teams have re the they took a part of their season three or four games they really struggled to saints down. And now, they're they're the ones that are left. That's what happens. The right time. I mean you mentioned rest to start the season. The Rams didn't play any of their starters. Air donelson set records at single snap at a preseason. There we go. All right, Trey. Yeah. Diane Williamson was ion Williamson should not stop playing college basketball. You're gonna book I am because I think he enjoys the hell. Yeah. Book he should not do what you want enjoys completely agree basketball guys where they're not playing basketball. They play basketball. That's what they do. They love doing it. So I completely book that I'm going to go Bill Walton here and you'll never get a chance to talk. Again. Here's the deal guys. He should play college basketball while he's playing professional basketball. Do it play everything. What what I thought you're looking at me on the monitor. You're looking at fish. That didn't fit the structure of the Bill Walton impression. While you're at it. While you're at Diane play high school basketball in eighth grade basketball is well if you love basketball, you should be playing every league possible. Thank you Bill. We got time for one more book for the end of the second. All right. We got time for one more. And this is actually going to go to our new friend, Patrick Mahomes. Believe is in studio with us now trying bars. The Arctic blast sweeping. The midwest will be an advantage for the chiefs this weekend. I go up there and do the bus can't. And who's got more of them up before? It's me your Andrew luck. That's what I'm trying to figure out with Bernie. India? Just try and gone through. And do the best candidates. Whether it's cold or warm..

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