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"remli" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"But it was also fun to see Remli into her. And then it ended on a nice note at least where she got to sort of fall under reams tutelage as like the newest step child. She's sort of like, the what was it Joe on the facts of life who is like the the biker girl where she's like, she sorted, the black sheep of the family room cause over like get out of the sun. You had a nice little crystallize ending to even though. This was a bit of a weird segment on the edge. I actually forgot about the whole David thing. 'cause like, okay, we're turning player. Powwow? No, David, David like out there just kind of lurking around trying to find advantages and stuff. I would actually be curious avid David Cam just kind of like see what David up do. Because clearly we're not getting that. Yeah. How come? He didn't get an. Bob, or whatever they called the classic hug. You can order up. John her. Yeah. That's true. We need like Amazon dash button like an Aubrey dash button to where she'll dash over to you literally. And give you a hug, I did not know three seasons of survivor. I guess we're finding new things about Aubrey. She's known for her panted, hugs. Yeah. That was a learning thing for me. So that was nice. I want to throw something out here in the very beginning. I'm a willing to officially with this episode. Put a label on this season. I think I'm gonna call survivor edge of extinction at train wreck season. And it's all an Icee as term of endearment. That's what I used to refer to seasons like survivor, Nicaragua and go bone and say on dill sore where like a bunch of big characters, you would think from an editing perspective in storytelling perspective, usually make it to the end. And all admit, I was pretty surprised that the plan to take out war dog to your successfully. Because we got so much of it over the course of the episode. And you think we're Doug has been such a big character. He's talking to go out in eighth place, right and low and behold, he did our sort of with this, really. Interesting group of people that we've been getting to know more of a tear point, Meghan. I think you look back on the first half of the season, and you point to half these people and say who are you? This is just been such a weird season on so many levels. And I feel like getting rid of arguably one of the bigger characters especially someone who had such a big episode last week in war dog just is the cherry on top of that interesting tasting Sunday. Yeah. I'm even just looking at the lesson. I'm trying to think of okay who has had a storyline sort of throughout. I mean, Rick, and Lauren, although Laura and really didn't get any content apart from fainting once we made the merge, and then I guess you could say like oh, Julian Ron, Victoria, all kind of had their nuggets. But but yeah, it's it's so weird the editing this season, I like can't I can't make heads or tails of it. So I think I would co-sign the train wreck and -ness of everything. And I think some of the moves have been made that have been questioned about like, why are they doing this? What is going on? I think once we see the full story. Maybe that'll help us. Make more sense of every. But right now, I just feel like everything so jarring and chaotic at a can't really keep track. There's mud being rubbed on you by ward barely heaven. And like, I just don't know what's going on. So it's really out. And I still go back to the jury so many people on the jury when they had to put them in a pure mid like, okay. No, so many people so. Yeah. Trainwreck is. I guess what? I'm a motive is a great way to describe this season. Yeah. I was kind of hoping that they eliminated some of the benches of the jury and the jury was going to have to be scattered in several parts of tribal council like some are behind Jeff summer just on the floor..
"remli" Discussed on Jeather's Random Stuff
"That we love we. So much, and I love you girl, so mall. We're going to give her a kiss. And he's gonna kick ass on the stick. And we're going to be screaming her. Yes. Yes. Y'all were less ready to watch her you coming up pretty soon. Yes. I'm getting ready to go the little girl's room to get criticism liquid. Okay. Okay. I always felt like I had the ship before we have. AD in my pocket. Would you ever had to every five seconds before we go? Poop poop. I am. So sorry right now for all our podcast about the poop conversation, but I really do. Hoops, there's about this shit. There's a book that says this. But we're. Thanks for being. Co-signing? Okay. We're oh. They are. Okay. Oh, okay. All right. We're gonna sign out for right now. We'll be back later. We'll be back later for this. Awesome. Bonus cast of judge John himself. Love you guys. Plus us peace. So ready? All right. So we're back to recap the rest of the weekend as a super great weekend. We had so much fun this weekend coming to the dance competition and getting to just be a spectator was phenomenal. We had so much fun. We didn't don't usually get to sit and watch all the dancing, and we did this time and those kids are just amazing. Not just from our studio. Yeah. All of them all of them. We were so excited for so many different dampness. It was really really fun. They were going gonna share a few of our favorites. We already talked about the two Harry Potter ones are amazing. And then there was this one hip hop that was with three guys three girls. You never see that ratio where it's even. Right. And it was they did some fancy tricks. Did they literally did this thing where they got out of three of them out of their coats? They were. These Dita's type white like zip up jackets like a windbreaker type. Yeah. And so three of them were able to break them off. And they did this little twisty thing and somehow made it so they made like a circle. Yeah. And get a little opening there all attached all the codes were attached to each other. But they had an opening in the middle and somebody literally went flying through it and does somersault through it. Yeah. It was so cool. It was amazing. Did so many cool truck. Yes. Nicole tricks. Lot of more acrobatics and stuff people. Just very very talented kids. There was a lot of lifts. Lana lifts yet. There was even this little boy that did a low that was super cute. And there was that one group that had another really small little boy, he'll be bigger later. I'm sure. But right now, he's pretty small, and I they wanted to do the dirty dancing lift the remote. But there's no way in hell little boy was going to be a lift because almost all the girls, and they were bigger than them. Yeah. Because that's just what happens girls mature faster. And so all the girls actually lifted this girl up, and then he just kinda took the center stage right in the middle moved in after she was up. And then it looked like he was doing. Yeah. It was really go. He was not doing so time. We watched the dancing yesterday. We came back to tell for a while. But then we went back a later. It was about seven eight thirty seven to watch one more Selo est- that's a special to us. So we asked to go and cheer her on. And she did really good. I was very impressed with her. And I think she was happy that we came Remli. Extremely yeah. Actually got a pit, we if we find any pitchers that people took with us when the dancers will get that up there for you guys. Yeah. We'll try to. Well, I'll make an album and we'll just oh. That would be fun. Yeah. We should do it. Because we took a ton of pitchers ourselves. Yes. We did. So we take pictures mostly of wine and food, but you know, you know, and prom dresses parallel parking parallel park, Liam shit like that. So you've. All the important shit..
"remli" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Vet bills. Nelson. Find it hard to spend the time with each one that we'd like to. Yeah. Understandably seventy is a lot and the the health that we have working in the home. It's part of their job to divide up and spend X amount of time with each one. Like the time don't blanket. They all get hand walked each day. So they learned to go on a leash. Okay. The ones that are shy have blanket time because the other dogs that are more brazen. Actually, you can see some of that. Are just all about you have that little moment every day than somebody else. Creeps it a little closer it a little closer. And eventually, you're patting that one's head floor. Mike of time somebody sits there and all the positive energy dogs all run up. Those dogs will start following the pack and they get close. I see. Yeah. There was that cute. Little one in the fireplace was very shy. Yes. Not yet shy. That aggressive your personal dog at this point. She's never going to be able to be adopted. So and what sort of questions, do you ask someone who is looking to adopt from you guys? What are you guys looking for what we mostly need to know what they are looking for the aged vice can always comes up. The question comes up getting along with children comes up and getting along with other animals comes up is categorized comes up, you know. So we we have to find out all those things because we can eliminate seven out of ten in a matter of two minutes of questions. Right. And so then we can go forward with that to what we have. That's not like that. Or it's so close to what they want. But then they say well that wasn't what I was thinking about looks lies. And that's when we think well, you're asking for a whole lot here. But we, but we do get a lot more in. This isn't right for you. We don't want you to have it. Anyway, our contracts are very aglow. I mean, if you don't want your dog ten years from now, you are supposed to contact us, and we send transport and we pick the dog microchip is never changed to your name. So that the fat dog gets picked up by animal control run into a shelter for cell phone rings immediately. And like if we get somebody that's lost their dog two or three times. Post back to us. You can't go around us. Right there. Kind of all you're right. You're responsible for we promised them. They will never end up in a shelter. And they will never want for something. I'll ask you one more question because I know you have to get to the to the other folks out there. But what advice do you guys have for someone who doesn't really know anything about rescue and is looking to get their first stock to go to shelters, go to shelters spend a little time. Hang out at each pen h h section. There's large doors dog sections is toy dog sections does females males. However, they divided up but take enough time to hang out that a few of them and just be there for him. And just don't try to make them come to you allow them to come to you. There's no making this. It's all allow and give them a chance. And and you'll in turn find out that you may have a little talented this fall in love with something that needs you as much as you need them. One of the biggest. Things. I'd like to say is do a little research on the type of read like we just took into border collies have lived in downtown Atlanta in a condo. And they lived in cages for fourteen hours because the man worked, and they went crazy. You know, do some research is it a working dog that has high energy? And if you really need something for tight apartment, get a smaller breed dogs something, but it's very low energy, you know, but the nice thing. I mean, I think going through some rescues is when they've been fostered by somebody or they've lived in somebody's home. They can really tell you a lot about that Doug's personality. Yeah. Her sure thank you so much. Thank you so excited to see the film again. We'll coming. You said we don't care if they adopter must we? Just say hashtag adopt on shop. Hi, I'm here with Ron Davis. The filmmaker of life in the doghouse heireann. Hi, thank you so much for having me on it for, you know, paying attention to the film. Of course, thank you so much for having me, I truly do love this film. So whose idea was it to do all these screenings all over the place? It was a combination of the teams. But it was something. I from the beginning always wanted to do with the film. Yeah. I knew that the film was not about me making money, but was about promoting rescue raising money. So I always wanted to screenings to be about raising money for a rescue. So every screening we've done is partnered with a local rescue. Oh, wow. That's great. So how did you find out about Dan Yan Ron's rescue in the first place? I had rescued my first dog from you know, like a local animal care and control. Yeah. That was looking for a little friend. And we all do all eventually, we all guys there we had to she was traveling everywhere with me, and I think she didn't really like it. And I just thought if I got her a friend, and I knew Danny and Ron were kind of in the world, I knew of them. Oh, so you're in the horse world as well. I was I wasn't in my past. And it's one of those things once you where you kinda always are. Automated you should Danny Ron vast. We gotta get your next dog. So I went, and I told them they didn't ask me what color I wanted. What kind I wanted? They asked me personality. That's what they were. Just telling me, I said, what are you ask people who are elected funny? Yeah. They did. I get told them what I wanted and they took me out. And there was I don't know at this point. Maybe there was fifteen or eighteen dogs, and they pointed to our and I went. No way. Do I want to? And they said that is the dog you described. So I had brought my dog with me. And they said bring your dog into the house will let them play dog loved her loved him. Wow. And so we took him home. And that's how I looked around and had an ex a method for Danny and Ryan twenty minutes, and I knew I could see it in their eyes. I can see heart who they were as people how they were doing rescue. And I thought this is gonna make an amazing film. And I knew nothing about them. And I said I'm gonna I said to them I'm going to make a film about you when I'm finished with my current one. And they were like we're boring. They said who's gonna wanna watch us you leave that to me. And that's I mean, literally all I knew they were two gay guys that were horse people rescued up. What was the biggest challenge about filming with seventy dogs? Not rescuing more. That is a good answer kind of the truth because it wasn't hard. There was no real. I thought about that. 'cause that's question always comes up. What are the challenges? I mean, there's some small technical challenges like lot of barking. Yeah. And you just deal with that later, and you figure out how to edit and you do things, but that's not a real challenge. And then some of the challenges they're more funny because like we did all the shots of the dogs at low on the ground there level they kept coming and sitting on the cameraman's lap. Crowding the camera, and so it was really hard because attention. There's so many of that he would sit Indian style with the camera and then like the floor and they'd come over and climb all over it and sit on him. I sit on camera. So I mean, if you call that a challenge that probably was the best job for these crew members and cameras I really like it. But I was the only one who adopted a dog because I. I had a foster. The first week of filming hotel. Now, you have three dogs now. I have three yes to Danny nods. But it was our first week of filming. And there was cutest little Brando was Mr Brown and seventy three seventy five dogs in the house that week. I just something about him. I just I had taken my hotel and foster. Oh god. Just cancel my airline ticket rented a car and driven home moving to a more serious topic. Can you tell me about the heartbreaking scene that you shot on the drone? It's an important scene. The puts all of the rescue issue into perspective. I think with numbers, and yeah, I wanted to come up with a way because I've seen it before I've seen on TV. I've seen documentaries. I've seen specials dogs kilns dogs being put into gas chambers and Remli difficult and can usually turn off an audience. Yes, almost always turns me off for sure. Crosses the line. This was the perfect amount of impact without being too. You didn't run screaming? Yeah. But you felt it, and you understood it, I sure that was the key was how do we take an audience to the line to make it powerful? But not turn people off. And I think we did it because no one's walked out yet. No. I don't think anyone will walk out tonight. I there if anything they'll start opening their wallets in and giving that's actually happened people. I've never seen it before. Like, people would take the checkbook out some of these screenings and write checks pulled them after after the Q and A after we're done with the movie just tell them how what they're doing is important in Raynham checks. Yeah, I could really nice and hopefully people are doing that for their local shelter than their local rescue that Indiana onto the first to say this isn't about them this. They didn't do this movie to raise their awareness in their money. It was about the big problem. And that's why they're flying all over the country, helping other these are benefiting other rescues I thought of that because they still voice that there. Struggling to pay these bills for so many animals, but yet they're not taking the proceeds themselves. None of these screenings. Now, they feel it's really important the work not they know it will come and it always works out. Yeah. I'm sure I'm sure this will raise awareness about them. And hopefully, they'll be adopting many many many more dogs also. Yeah. I really hope it's not even out yet. And we've raised so much money and so much awareness sold out to all over and hopefully one person in every screening walks waiting says, you know, what I would never go to another pet store that's a difference. And I think it's a lot more than one. Yeah. Because that's the one thing. People have noted the most they didn't understand the pet stores get the dogs from puppy mills. What even puppy mill meant? It's a word people people don't puppy mill puppy mill people picture, I think plays dogs have been bred in someone's garage, or you know, they don't get it. And that is the one thing I've noticed people like, wow, I didn't know for. Sure. All right. I'm gonna ask you one more question. What has?.
"remli" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Hey. I wouldn't mind who does he wanna dance house? It's like a bounce house for adults. I mean, it kind of is. Is. Is this? This is probably not a Baldwin situation. No, I don't think it's a Baldwin's younger actor situation. No, I don't think. So now going with the comments section on crazy days and nights dot net. So this isn't confirmed blind item. We're to speculate and the consensus is that it might be this set of brothers this band. Oh, oh, wait. Okay. Is it Owen Wilson? Weird. Oh, and or Luke Wilson. Lou. We don't know who purchased the X strip club and who had the dream. But let me fill in the blank for you. Owen Wilson or Luke Wilson recently bought a strip club. Sorry. Just digesting lunch. My thing. Oh it did. Did it bonkers long Phon thong a Wilson brother dream? But I'm not sure that it just won't turn into their own private lap dance house. There's something heard. I mean, I'm fine with that. I think if you're an adult, and you wanna hire some lap dancers to go to school for. Oh, okay. No, there isn't a special lap-dancing school. There are those special schools for pull dancing, and it is Remli. Chlor so hard. I thought that I thought that the poll spun it doesn't the poll spin. That's what I thought. It'd be crazy. Have.
"remli" Discussed on H3 Podcast
"During that commercial break, which we try our best fresh and exciting every time by the way. What do you guys think of little preview of ten? Yeah, rash, the new hoodie. This is part of the winter collection right next year. Oh, this is next year on twenty nineteen. Well, at any rate new logo, the t. f. three m let me actually let me know what you guys think about it. I love this is amazing. We have a new manufacturer who's like rushing it, what this stuff. I'm, I'm, I love. I love. Yes, Ella working hard on all this stuff and it's really nice to see it all coming for this to work like a year ahead of time. Yeah, and that's like impossible. So we're trying to catch up now, right? So we're trying to work all on all twenty nineteen and it's like. How well do you plan now for next winter? Yeah, I know it's crazy thing, but I want you've been working so hard you and and either works closely with two, we have to teddy fresh employs that are and they're really having a great thing. And I mean this, I love this and I love the new logo. We worked really hard kind of trying to concepts of new logos. We wanted like a like a strong branding element that wasn't a teddy bear. Amazing. I wanted to not always have to use the Barron. Have something more graphic. The t.f. Yeah, you've got to. It's like you got to, but that I don't know. It's just is a home run and I love how the the hoodie has like the inverted colors and laze different color. So cool also wearing shorts. Oh, yeah. Eat in the it's enough stuff. Drake, thirty one years old, hip hop, mega superstar Drake. Millie, Bobby Brown. Eleven Remli famous eleven from strange things. Fourteen years old. It turns out that they are. I don't not know, relate not. They're not Rennes. Yeah, and I find it interesting. Not only you everyone on the internet. Yeah. Well, and for good reason, I think because I find it now first of all, now spa speaking of the thirty three year old man, I'm close to Drake an age. How old is he? Thirty one? Okay. Now what purpose? What value would you get out of texting? A fourteen year old girl. I'm not really sure not much. I'm not really sure not can't say. But then when when she goes on to describe their relationship, I not only raise one eyebrow. I raised both my house at first. I heard about it because I think he invited her to show and there was like a picture of them together and it was all cool. Right? It was cleared that he's a fan of her, which you know who's not. It's she, she's like such a bad as on the show. Yes, and she was a fan of him so good, but then now it's like, well, she did these interviews or she's getting into details like we taxed and we talk. And he says that I miss you so much, and I tell him, I miss him and I imagine him him him at home. No. And there's another one where she's like. I met him at a hotel and then we went out for dinner, and then we hang out every night for three days and that we text each other all the time, and we love each other. And I'm just like, whoa. And is giving her advice on like boys and dating, and he's just got to be at home being like. All I'm saying is draped be careful because. Papas house..
"remli" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast
"It is mad Moseley alongside my faithful friend co host buddy Ed worder, and we come to you live from the frito nation. Studios will love a good green screen and got a lot to talk about Ed excitement, late last night Cowboys get a win. Twenty thirteen shouldn't even have been that close other than you know, what's his name? Finally got a chance to touch the ball tied in Blake Jarwan and he fumbled it away off the hands team immediately. I wondered if that should count as a target. But here we are on the doomsday podcast and Ed this could by the time some folks are listening to this. This could change in a hurry. So I wanted to rest this right away. Josh Gordon suddenly finds himself. He's not a free agent quite yet. He in fact, he may be traded. They say this afternoon at three central time would be perhaps the deadline on this. I think this is Jerry. This is the quintessential you've. Got a team with no truth threats it at wide receiver tied in you've gotta drug guy. You've gotta marijuana issue, guy issues in marijuana, Remli productive, wide receiver. Extremely gifted, AP, productive. He has been since twenty thirty marines. Like one point, he was the number one, the most productive receiver in the entire NFL he could be available for a conditional kinda mid to late round pick it is Josh Gordon newsbreaks on Saturday Browns have had enough for him the Browns who are one and thirty two and one with their current head coach are ready to get rid of the most talented player in their locker room. What's that? Tell you? What tells you now it's bad for them because they put six years in, but for a team that desperately needs help. And really what is the risk to bringing Josh Gordon while he's not suspended right now in trying to get something out of him right now is the key part of that race. But let me just say this, is he a bad dude young as bad, but he's completely unreliable. And if you're the Cowboys, do you wanna go through the very same thing that upset your season last year with zeal Elliot and his pending suspension for misconduct and. He's gonna play is not gonna play. He's at practice. He's not at practice. He's going to be focal point of our game plan. No, he's not gonna play. That's what you're going through everyday with Josh Gordon. Boy, I tell you still now Zeke is back in there. He's fine. He was saying, feed me last night. You're bringing in a guy, you're paying him basically nothing. And then he, he also have a chance if you somehow get them right. And if you not heard about this incredible program, the Cowboys have in place for just this very type of situation. Is that the program that is responsible for the fact that David Irving is only halfway through his current four-game suspension? Is that the one that has allowed Randy Gregory to miss most of the last two seasons? Is it the same program that the Cowboys implemented when pacman Jones was here? And he wind up fighting his own bodyguard and getting cut by the Cowboys that program, those are different things said one of these are substances use your back. Man had a police issue, behavioral fuel issue. They'll get it about the other guy. Is cleaning, hey, when David Irving is out there, he is unbelievable, helped win out there when he's out there, but he played a ton of games last year. I mean, he's going to miss what board games this year and will be ready to go the dinosaur, whatever they call him. Dino man, Dino Dino will be out there. Ready to roll frito play the Buzek..
"remli" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Moral I feel about. Myself all. Right, yeah you need to get a grip on it and I'm gonna ask you if you do any, walking you do much, walking, Tony It's very difficult for, me to be walking okay We need to move more is is the message George needs to move more even if it's just sitting in a chair and throwing as they, go out and back and throwing his arms out there needs to. Be more moving because that's part of the, problem and the other part of the. Problem is is your wages, for the wrong foods. So start drinking more water a, lot more water and if you do some movements even if you do ten or twenty minutes a day that's going to help you can't. Diabetes Elizabeth under the proper medication be in. Check Yes yes And I didn't ask him about his medication or. A doctor I was just trying to help get his. Blood movie get. His, body Understand sure Just. Several through I know that it's been very difficult, for you but you'd have to try to overcome that heavy feeling and the only way you can do it is to move the body absolutely get that glucose level checked and put it in. Check See some some relief coming to you if you do that I mean a lot of diabetes is caused by diet the wrong foods This is caused by sugar all of its, close by Al All right in stuff like yes list some of its. Genetic. But I think a lot of it you can control right and just because you have. Any today. Doesn't mean, you have to bring it on, true good point next up we're going. To Gary. In, Boise Idaho. Gary's, birthday. Is. October, eleven nineteen fifty one hey Gary welcome oh Hello Joyce Aw I haven't disease for many many years and it's basically it's killing me and the doctors can't figure. Out what it is and kind of give up on me Do you know what it, is and how I can stop it before it kills me because it's getting pretty bad now what are the symptoms scare Fatigue All the time in the muscles are are. Bad I'm real. Busy I feel like I'm anxiety like I'm, dying probably have fiber. Mile. John the doctors don't even know what that. Is About that but they don't know well it it's one. Of those the serious things like fibromyalgia and. Of course what you need, to do with that is move again and drink water and make sure that you don't have too many carbohydrates you say you've had this your whole life I think. It's been mindset. And I think if you do some prison, life regression work that. You. Would see it start to relieve it self For about twelve or fifteen years it's just Shock that brought it on that's. The question Yeah hundred? Start Gary who do you. Remember the moment Oh I'm not really I went a a. Bad break up with a fiance. And stuff like that maybe? Some? Of. That would that would that contribute, to that Elizabeth absolutely. Mental emotionalism main caused really mental emotional and? And, Gary have you. Gotten close to another partner Suzanne Yeah I went through, a, couple of other. Women type thing but I just gave up I, think they've contracted the disease Okay and, figure, out, what it is well well it's it's depression and it's it's lack of wanting to go on. Because like you lost so much you need to change that mindset and the way you, do it is. President life regression work and meditation how did you know he had some kind. Of serious event it had to He had to worry couldn't have this disease. Good luck Gary do those things. Work on work I do is. Part, of what a how energy work works how important, is it to follow those steps you just, mentioned to the letter Remli important and it's, going to be more and more important in, the next five years why because we're gonna see more of a Georgia member we talked about the. Weather changes we talked about anger and upset well, that brings on discomfort if..
"remli" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Welcome back. To coast to coast George Noory with you we're back. With Elizabeth Joyce our psychic can we will take your final? Phone calls as well Elizabeth when do you expect this. New book backstage to come out hopefully it'll come out by the end of the year I'm asking people to, send me in their story of what they think about sages or a. Serendipity or magic and then I'll explain it and I'm gonna put it in a book how do. You explain this energy behind some. Of these things that occur. Energy happens before the action, you have to think about it you have to create it you have to know it and then it happens And how does it work well it works you know when you when you doing baseball. Let's to baseball because it's easy. Once they play about six. Games you know who's gonna, win the World Series I don't Yeah maybe, you do but I don't with the Kentucky Derby sometimes I can read it and sometimes. I can are you saying you can pick the winner of a? Horse race I always that's in. My. Book, unlimited. Alice yes I'm taking you to the. Kentucky, Derby I, that's my that's my. Bucket list. Do it George should do it with a little, satchel cash and you pick the, horde boy if we lose we're. Up creek It doesn't happen When, I was little we had a a helper in the house and she had a niece and the niece becoming pick her up and she'd find me and she's sitting on the couch and the half a newspaper and asked me which, horse I like 'cause. I love. Sports that's great and I give her the name and she'd go win. At the tracks I've got a buddy who I swear casino should hire us the cooler because when, he's with you. You can't win? Why is that Oh well. That's energy too I mean. He's not a bad guy it's just, that when he's. Around you people don't win it's it's uncanny then don't invite. Him and he gets up he goes out and sits at the bar. And, people start to. Win again there you go it's, really it's strange or hey let's go back back to. The phone calls for you this last. Half hours go by quickly next, step. Is Tony from corona California, Antonis. Birthday is. April, twelfth nineteen forty. Three, hey, Tony hobby ban Hey, what's up Well how about a question for Elizabeth and she'll, give, you reading Okay I have Downbeat diabetes and the question? Would. Be what Just need to More of a better. Feel about. Myself, all right yeah you need to get a grip on it and I'm gonna ask you if you, do any walking you, do much walking Tony It's very difficult, to me to be walked Okay To move more, is is the message Georgie needs to move more even if it's just sitting in a chair and throwing out and back and throwing his arms, out there needs to be more moving because that's part of the. Problem and the other part of the problem, is is your wages for the wrong. Foods so start drinking more, water a lot more. Water and if you do some, movements even if you do ten or twenty minutes a, day that's gonna. Help you can't diabetes Elizabeth under the proper medication being. Check, yes. Yes and I didn't ask him about his medication or his. Doctor I was just trying to help get his blood, moving get his. Body No I understand Just several through I know that it's been very, difficult for you but you'd have to try to overcome that heavy feeling and the only way you can do it is to move the body absolutely get that glucose level checked and. Put it in check should see some some relief. Coming to you if. You do, that I mean a lot of diabetes is, caused by diet. The wrong foods this is 'cause it's. Caused by sugar a lot of close by Al in, stuff like yes I'll lose some, of its genetic but I think a lot of it, you. Can control right and just because you have any today doesn't mean you have to bring. It on true good point that we're going to, Gary in Boise Idaho Gary's birthday. Is October eleven nine thousand nine. Hundred fifty. One, Gary welcome Oh joy saw I haven't disease for many many. Years and it's basically it's killing me and the, doctors can't figure out what it. Is and kind of give up. On me You know what it, is and how I can stop it before it kills me because it's getting pretty bad now what are the symptoms scare Oh I am just. Totally fatigue all the time in the muscles. Are are bad I'm real busy I feel like I'm anxiety like I'm dying probably have fiber neuralgia the doctors. Don't, even know what that is About that but they. Don't know well it's one of those mysterious. Things like cyber myalgia and, of course what you need to do with that is move again and drink water and make sure that you. Don't, have too many carbohydrates you. Say you've had this your whole life I think. It's the mindset. And I think if you do some prison life regression work that. You would see it start to relieve itself For about twelve or fifteen years it's just Emotional. Shock that brought it on? That's the question how did it start Gary do you remember? The moment Oh. I'm not really I went to. A a a bad break? Up? With a fancy and stuff like that maybe, some of that would, that would that contribute to that Elizabeth I'll absolutely mental emotionalism main caused really mental? Emotional and and. Gary have you gotten close? To another partner since then Oh yeah I went to, a couple of, other women type thing but I just gave up I think I've contracted the disease okay and figure out what it is well well it's it's depression. And it's its lack of wanting to go on because you felt like you law so, much you need. To change that mindset and the way you do it is president life regression? Work, and. Meditation how did you know he had some kind of, serious event he had to He had to. Worry couldn't have this disease all right. Good luck Gary do those things. Work, on it work I do is part of what, a how energy work works how important is, it to follow those steps you just mentioned, to the letter Remli important and it's going, to be more and more important in the next five years why because we're going to see more of. A George remember we talked about the weather changes, we talked about, anger and. Upset well that.
"remli" Discussed on Ever After: The Once Upon A Time Podcast
"Once upon a time podcast season seven episode thirteen nightfall in this episode Roger Strikes a deal with L.. Louise Despite Tilles Warning Ivy struggles to find herself after Victoria's death Hoke confronts kept Ahab over a legendary Magical Talisman which can free Alice always spoiler host molly southgate with Ms. Martha southgate grabs. Okay this episode I I would like to say took us a couple of tries to get through it was extreme happen. Remli was low and very convoluted and they make a whole lot of sense in there. Not much happened open so we're GONNA have to struggle through this. We're hoping maybe something something interesting will happen. I mean that I want Milana to be in that. She I double on isn't it. That's a that it was now eight at Iraq. Now is Hook was was a macguffin though they didn't use it they had it going is to yet. Do not go out. You know it's shows up next week. Does it oh I didn't see that there <music> so powerful there's I. Why didn't he get her out when he was like I'll lie on the ground? I didn't mean for eight have walks in Hoke is standing there about to use the thing to I will tell you why and then he didn't why didn't he just kick it over to rob rock because a net and reasonably that he has no not his pride no when he would they had the the fight he said before the fight there was after the fight now the duo came after it did yeah he didn't use the thing that right yeah. I thought it to me. I was like why didn't he. Then it would have been two against one. He wouldn't have been able to fight against look like his face off right. He's like actress given the Dumping Open the bars and let me out. I thought it was after that then he said no you you have to do oh me and they last W._M._A.. Do convoluted but they left romp in there. Of course we looked Ruben okay but rump was the best part of the show yes any modern amendment seconds. I saw there was a funny line. Though what was my favorite line Hook said it. I don't know when they're when choosing something is like you know that really doesn't make any sense no something like that. He was like we're like that is makes it does make sense. He was saying something to it was. I don't know I remember Dave a heart shaped box with Marzipan chocolate very specific. That was my favorite raising it was I don't know yeah. I don't know what happened. This was I didn't get hit. A lot of missteps had the Maoist thing was dumb and frankly and I I really did like a I usually like Lakewood. They bring in the other characters but he didn't do anything. No it wasn't Arabs character. Anna high rates like that will film was. We're all smell. That has the white whale. No no what's Captain Ahab today how in Moby Dick Right Right. He says call me Ishmael right but A._M.. Is the one it is. He's the one hunting hunting the white way off but he's not a pirate and was the other guy supposed to be. Jim Hawkins because that's what they were that that was who would be with him dressed like that but they never referred to him. The chain yeah didn't get to do anything interesting Shaw. I can't figure out which hook I'm looking at ever and so then Mike Weight rapidly Khokar our way those tuck there is no he's old always young. I kaslow with the story to save my life. This is Slovenly Hook okay before he slovenly so. Do you see him in Seattle. He is lobbying hook after the magic is made him young hook again. This is younger. This is Slava. Hook Winnie actually was younger when he loses Alice and turns into a drunk after bat so got all that is trying to keep her in this tower he was going to save her. He was going to visit same thing with the book and she didn't like that part which he brought up there yet again and didn't use it in any like Oh and then they hugged another like he got sturdy dying. I'm like I was just like cap. The thing against the side 'cause both Ma is bishop. All you do is like tap stuff unlike Pinkett for us why they got it but they know what's a metric item that they might not know how it works. Oh my gosh I know but it's just give it. It can rob like he was supposed to write love deals or I'll make a deal with you. He wasn't like it's all in for me. It was like yes wait a minute wait a minute. You were getting snookered in won't always makes deals in all ways about to his benefit. 'em Always Cook ran away official. Let's Hook right away with the spoon so small if it ever wants to make a deal with you don't. Don't because the water's GonNa Fall Dari how they're like when we see the undertow we say and she's like looks like noise heck. No I heard when we see the one I loved when rump was pretending to be weak in jail cell cracked me up. He's like yes.
"remli" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The highly a restaurant all those each and every one of them occurred in some of the very few places in florida were guns are banned well and i i hear heard that there is suffering a student who came out of the surly are that there are five security guards at the school were not clear on how many are armed of but at least i think the football coach who ended up dying she said was armed um but we i don't think we have confirmed that or not was the armed do we know that any of these people have guns taylor we don't know yesno sort of now uh the only element are pro dover there were one police officer big widow hitmen there were one police officer quit school but he would uniform and what people don't seem to appreciate seeks remli difficult job having somebody in uniform with a gun claiming he would be knife if if indeed the thing is putting somebody in the end uniform they're makes them a sitting duck the only it's like a neon sign above the person saying shoot me first either the person can avoid them because they know that there is supposed to avoid a more if they're going to go into an attack in the person they're in order to stop it bear the first one taken out and we see that time after time and different attacks will you need somebody who the attackers can't identified beforehand who is going to be able to stop them now i've and again the road soft target nature of these schools requires constant drilling but you know they don't have that time to to constant drills right i mean you do have to i mean they say the tell.
"remli" Discussed on X96
"That support store admits sensor radio namus it's anything no no not at all no who according to be that dog is why it he is a german shepherd saw i'm sure your story remli heave on the anthem i think he needs to meet genus baby all hello sharon healthy boyfriend but yeah for a play date is for well all right angel shout out to wide steel and now how do you and the calling drew dead by jerry ago god aren't let's go to john hello john horne being drawn morning good morning what's up with you today i am on my way to mind bitcoin to mine mine there is not an actual mine for bitcoin you actually have to mind bitcoin guides the million with cryptocurrency slightly and i don't know why do you have to mynatt does that work well they called a servers that chased the internet they call it miami because they're actually digging or bitcoin on the internet they get paid a process the bitcoin i see what they call up miami let's just a bunch of thurbers that do it thought now uh why do you want to do this drawn well i'm an electric shin mmhmm so um these bitcoin minds of needs cryptocurrency mine are just taking off like crazy all around utah they consume a ton of power and a lot of people think it's gonna replace our currency it's not going to replace her i don't trust set your sights on its yes so difficult to uh to say that it will price currency when people are even resistant changing the color in shape of paper money exactly you know what i mean like in other countries a paper money uh he is like different sizes on a one dollars bill would be a smaller size than a fivedollar bill would be a little bit bigger a 10dollar bill little bigger than that and the and they do that because because it helps people who are blind and they also color their currency and other and can people here in america no you can't do that that's you there that is that we can't even get all the metric system here yeah from bitcoin deaths each going to replace anything on the i i'm not invested in it but sure building a lot of facilities that.
"remli" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish
"The new so you know the pirate accent are dr yes and it was up to these guys doing that comes from the roma from some government run away to see that's exactly what it is no where it is it was popularized in the 1950s by a guy could rub it guy newton he was a hollywood i said the time and he was the person who was in part depends on i think and he per play pires and a few films and he was from devon and he just decided i'll just really up might have an accident and so he did not being a pirates and then people decided the that was what part sounded like that's where it comes from that time delie but actually pirates they came from all over the place didn't they and apparently i read an article this as the most number came from london so really the mall correct pyre ups accent will be kind of a coke dh accent with a load of thousand these were johnny depp has in what does he have it's a keith richards accent is helped me i think was good connex remli accurate movie i met the lady who does the costumes for parts of the caribbean last year and she says they always bring a some why a will to make all of the costumes old because you cut by old clothes while you can you can boil clothes how james that is a very ilidza's things why i mean have you see my word guy honestly no but as in the 17th century kind of well wallows mostly roman most charity shops do not have along seventy seven someone's grandpa's grandpa's grandma's grandma's grandpa died this isn't there are say so can you think of a pirate who went to eaten.
"remli" Discussed on KQED Radio
"From our act this is the mont radio i'm meg both in in this hour we bringing four stories that explored this seemingly impossible we've all had that oh come on that's just not possible niddhi were asked to take on an insurmountable task or to believe in something that seems contrary to reason but often it's what we do in those moments that changes everything sometimes the impossible takes the shape of that ever elusive thing we desire that one piece of the puzzle we believe we need for everything else to simply fall into place that was the case for our ira thai daniel human as he went off in sir his very own hollywood size romantic comedy here's daniel him a lie the cannot some twenty and i have never so much as kissed ago and people ask me how that even possible and know the easy ons are give them is that i went to an boys school but the truth his just really awkward arm on menard i do not understand flirting and really my only frame of reference for for how to talk to girls are movies like i can remember as one time lives so when the park with his friend that i really liked and i remember set of stopping in the park to explain to her each of the detailed reasons why do we should be more than friends in my mind this is the scene from chasing amy where ron ben affleck's stops the car to declare his love for amy it doesn't go like the movie she has no idea that i like her and i have no idea that relationships don't stop by copying ben affleck and that's when i see the movie swingers if you haven't seen it on swingers is one of those 90s films that makes no sense at all in our era smartphones it's mostly a bunch of guys hanging out in bars in la trying to pick up women in an era before they could swiped right and the hero is soup remli awkward every time he talks to girls he makes a complete mess of things that is until he goes swing dancing their heather graham comes up to him and philly says were you dance with me they hit the floor heat twirls her round she is enchanted and.
"remli" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"Know anything about a a night uh named arturo who day base the king arthur off of often round table and all that r y fairways um if i'm not naked me he was a considered to be uh uh came from those status i i know the name r toro but um i think that he was one of the local english uh kings shouldn't in this from a small group of people so that's my understanding of who that character is and and i think arthur developed uh you know wasn't the myths he pulled the soared onto the rock and things like that well sure and he was that home midcycle began to surface around that time of the crusades you know the entire grail a tradition is an offshoot of the temple are in the crusade tradition um you know wolfrom barmash involved who wrote parsifal spoke about the grail being guarded by the nights ham pars at moelln salvar so this this is definitely something that has mythological uh been going on you know all of that data came in at the same time at the time of the crusades who created the nights temple are james well they created from shelves to some extent they volunteered to uh guard pilgrims and they sought to take monastic order uh monastic konshik creation uh but it was shane byrne rds curve o who ten years after they were actually founded red there are legend and built conceptual basis seventy order uh he had them approved as aid official body of the catholic church uh he wrote a rule for them that was based on the rule of saint benedict in the fourth century he i'm popularized them by extensive travelling throughout europe at the time um and he wrote in a remli important ladder to them which was well publicized to sit in my book uh the temporis i'm the assassin and it speaks of the crime except for the holy warrior and the warrior of god bernard of curve always really important in this story all right we're gonna come back in just a moment with james wasserman our final segment with your final phone calls the book we're talking about tonight and he has written many by the way including the secrets of solomon the egyptian could the dead templar heresy a story is not stick elimination and his website of course is his name james wasserman books dot.
"remli" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And this whole conversation has dan from one i can tell our group of white people talking about this issue where half of the people murdered in this country every day are black and we're not talking to the right people not understanding this problem in the way it is that it is nasty and its big and it's not just about 10 laws it's not just about clause at all that we have to think much bigger never going to fix this if we continue to look so narrowly and ask only the scene people to play the seemed tennis match over the sink tiny sat issues when what it means to be safe in america you have to look so much bigger than that let's go to the phones in a few minutes we have remaining in the royal in san carlos welcome ah yes hi i thank you for taking my call i up your comments on a question if we go back to colorado shooting 9 movie average in yacht hack columbine gotta get but i mean it goes on and on and on uh i have heard uh like every wind that gun young poet people carrying pop up court that true and that's a very uh i forget the chronicle thing hey uh mental illness nah ya may forgive me shenquang merit linko and there is a human condition and it it then i got back the difference is that in other countries at the gun remli difficult and trained outright that might that eight public one night no one guy that hurts yeah all right i'm going to stop you just because we're we are getting short on time but i'll put that question i mean my thompson mental illness has been something that's been addressed certainly california with uh with laws about access to guns and background checks mental illness is a huge problem there's no question about that uh sadly every time there's a gun violence if issue of a mass murder of some in the political arena point to mental illness they blame at all on mental illness and uh and and completely discount though the relationship to guns and sadly these are the same people who were trying.
"remli" Discussed on KELO
"And other places to be able to take out the entire north korean nuclear and ballistic missile program john world wars have started with even less you know that of course so here we go thank you very much john curtis online columnist dot com well the stock market got a little tents today because of all this as tensions between the united states and north korea escalate equities fell the most since may mitch michael shed like with us mesh what do you think about this one oh george it's hard to say actually whether this was really a trader or not i mean china can previous day's we are actually going back three day the dow was up every day even with this decline we are talking about a decline of two hundred point which was not the dutch nothing it is nothing the dow is still up for eight hundred point even counting had decline since may 17th so uh to say is that the me are actually if you look at it this way the market shrugged off a nuclear attack if if there really is attack or going to see a string of a thousand point mood down for several days in a row yes thank george this is frightening the vis vis escalation talk i don't know i'm i'm hoping that who were heads prevail uh i believe they will yup they need to bought that aside if uh let's say that things calm down here if the market drop fifteen percent from here i think that's just a down payment on what can happen jumped on an event just on evaluation purpose it's going to take a forty percent decline from here this is what central bank at dawn with all of their cue we and on top of this now not only do we have this the remli overvalued market we've got threats of nuclear war it's not pretty fed up no it's it's not as a.
"remli" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"President trump has reacted to the death of americans do not a warm beer who was recently released by north korea after more than a year in captivity of rural regime and we'll be able to handle it or beer had been in a coma is doctors say he added extensive braindamaged correspondent margaret brennan he told me the second american humor however having an to hard labour inort hurry at that it makes remli busier banking and part crimes that were really unchr clear he will really in many ways been chronic a north korean party that her that video at hand having touch a coherent taking it off the wall and thing that reviews is having insulted when propaganda there norm beers family in ohio said he has now completed his journey home much of the southwest is baking in a heat wave it's been so hot in phoenix airlines have been cancelling flights had utilize those smaller regional jets because they'll jets have a tough time taking off in the hot thinner air kris van cleave reports tuesday's forecast high in phoenix one hundred twenty degrees we're also talking about the potential to set records across the south west you have a number of fires burning here in arizona as well as in utah and and other states the the extreme heat only makes it more difficult the other thing ironically here california has so much snow melt and it's melting very quickly because the temperature is shot up that's raising flooding concerns fresno is already seeing some flooding in part because of this extreme heat cbs news has learned that us counterterrorism fficials are going crazy beijing lee concerned about the possibility of terrorists targeting passenger jets using explosives that are hard to detect and could be brought under the jet by a passenger as carryon correspondent jeff the gay us officials are growing increasingly concerned about the capabilities of terrorist organisations to target commercial planes one source tells cbs news.