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Kremlin says Griner swap must be discussed without publicity

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last week

Kremlin says Griner swap must be discussed without publicity

"Negotiations for the release of basketball star Brittany griner from a Russian jail continue I think she's going to be freed Former U.S. ambassador to the UN Bill Richardson I think she has the right strategy of contrition a good legal team Richardson who admits to being a catalyst in the negotiations but not directly involved told ABC this week with George Stephanopoulos he's expecting a breakthrough There's going to be a prisoner swap though and I think it'll be two for two involving Paul Whelan We can't forget him Whelan is in a Russian jail on spy charges I'm Shelley Adler

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"richardson" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:48 min | 5 months ago

"richardson" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"You, Paul. I appreciate you. Thank you so much. One of the all time greats. No one Richardson joining us as we head to the break 30 minutes remaining here on a Monday afternoon. You were listening to the Paul fine bomb show podcast. There were some comments earlier today by squirrel. I think he referenced pat from Georgia in a not too flattering fashion and pat is up next. Hi, Paul. Well, you know, I wondered why squirrel blocked me. I had assumed it was because I said something that vermin and the leafy nest and now I found out that he must that must have come after he blocked me. But I continue to enjoy your show. Even though these men calling trash me, I don't understand. Anyway, that's all I had to say, Paul. Thank you, pat. Cheerleader is next. Hello, Paul. Good-looking how you doing? Oh, cheerleader. My heart is. And you know there have been a lot of people that had called your show today and they have just blatantly lied about buying. But I'm not lying. I am not lying. And I might be the first caller that has set the asset through my facial. While holding the phone for you to answer. The little pet girl just got so sick. What happens during the procedure? Well, I get out. I'm getting all kinds. I'm a member of this club. Okay. But I put hot steam on you. Lots of glass cleaner. They do this little thing on your face like a little vacuum cleaner that's microdermabrasion that gets all your skin and all that. I don't think man would want that. I know men don't want to hear this, but for a man, I wear too much makeup. Yeah. They do give you a cloth and a hair band and a squash ball to wash it all off because you need to get in there. The biggest issues that I would have is going to wear makeup 5 days a week. I was sitting there and I was thinking, no, I don't think men need this. But what about a hot shade goes old timey shade? Oh yeah. At the barbershop with a blade and then they put the hot cloth on. That would be pretty cool. That would be pretty cool. Now listen, I know that everybody thinks that when they're taking losers, whether it's basketball, we won't say whatever that just lost their lives. I kind of feel sorry for people like that. They just like they've lost their life. And you know, one day you'll get it back again. What's the most upset you've ever been with a loss? Because you're right. We tend to over, but that's what fandom is. And everyone knows what fanatics is the precursor for. Hey, thank you very, very much. Will is in New York. Hey, well, it was going on, Paul. Hey there. I got a question. So Gonzaga and rich backing, I got the risk back favored and I gained would you agree to that? Well, the razorbacks are right now about an 8 point underdog in that game. How do you have them favored? Well, I mean, the first two games that Gonzaga played they played like the first half. Yeah, like they play really terrible in the first half. Second half they did pick it up. And I do think that the PR raised back defense will step up and hopefully they will win. Two unusual teams that they probably are not that familiar with playing, but I'm concerned about the game for the razorbacks. I think gun jag finally got that bulb going off when they were down 13 against Memphis and I appreciate your optimism. Hopefully you're right. Let's check in and go from New York to New York. Joe, how are you? Paul, how are you today? We're doing great. Thank you. Yes, well, always a pleasure to be part of your show and as you know in my previous conversations with you, we've spoken about coaching hires at university of Florida. How do you feel about this hire with Todd Goldman? Well, Joe, I have very limited information about him and what I hear is good, but that would be, I would just be mouthing something that I heard or read somewhere else to give you beyond a cursory response. You know, and get into my point. You know, as you see football, obviously, is the sport essie. I think we all know that. And I think we try to say the SEC, we're going to build up basketball somewhat. You know, Nolan Richardson, I love this interview, by the way. And I thought he did a wonderful job at Arkansas, and he mentioned the name Kelvin Sampson, and I'm watching all these coaching searches going on four, 5 teams in the SEC, jobs, big schools, Kelvin Samson. Well, I mean, you know, the thing about it is I think he got totally screwed in that NCAA situation. And yeah, I don't know, I don't think Kelvin Sampson should do a thing other than stay where he is. And no one was right. His team's just to watch or it's like, it's like a work of art in progress. The final four last year this year knocking on the door again. Thanks so much. We're up against a break here. We are coming right back. Thank you for listening to the Paul fine bomb show podcast. The Paul fine bomb show airs weekdays on the SEC network beginning at three eastern. Breaking news late here on a Monday afternoon from the caller bracket. This first one, Jim from Tuscaloosa has squashed miss Faye. So we would not be hearing.

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Matt Harvey's MLB Career Is Over

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:04 min | 6 months ago

Matt Harvey's MLB Career Is Over

"There's a new story now, Matt Harvey, who was a great pitcher for the mets. They called him The Dark Knight. And he's now involved in this death of a California angels pitcher who was taken percocet and did Coke and Harvey happen to be there. Harvey happened to give him the pills and this guy ODed and Harvey's career is basically over. Because you look back on his days as it met when he didn't show up for spring training when he had a fight with a teammate when he left, but he needed to get out of a game early. You go, wait, those are cocaine moments. You recognize that now, some of us saw that stuff happening and said, he's on, he's on blow, man. I can tell. I knew when Doc gooden was getting high as it met. But Coke game was all around us in the 80s in New York, especially in New York. We had our athletes alone, Lawrence Taylor, Michael ray Richardson, Doc gooden, Dallas strawberry, Keith Hernandez, his career was almost room because he couldn't shake cocaine. Mike Tyson, of course, everywhere. But this fall of Matt Harvey's has been quick and steep.

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NYC Councilman Joe Borelli: Kristin Richardson Jordan Is a Disgrace

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:58 min | 7 months ago

NYC Councilman Joe Borelli: Kristin Richardson Jordan Is a Disgrace

"'cause I had to ask you about the city council member from Harlem. This Harlem councilwoman is Kristen Richardson Johnson. She tweeted out, sympathy for the relatives the families of both the NYPD officers Jason Rivera and wilbert Mora and the killer. This woman literally we know she's against the police. She's said many times before we got a strip funding from the police, their white supremacists and all the garbage that these lunatics on the left say about our police, but she had the audacity councilman borelli to tweet out sympathies and condolences to the families of the family of this monster. I got to get your take on this councilman. Mike, she's an absolute disgrace. I mean, she is someone who doesn't deserve to be in office. She's someone who doesn't deserve to represent a vibrant and historic community like Harlem, frankly, people who live in her district deserve better. And unfortunately, the voters are stuck with her, at least for the next two years before they can find somebody else. You know, Mike, we have a lot of people in the city council and city government here who are African American who are Democrats who I disagree with all the time. But are fundamentally decent people and when two police officers were murdered serving this city, they all found somehow that the strength to say kind things and supportive things about the men and women of law enforcement. It's almost it's almost like being on Mars to find someone who just can't find kind and comforting words to mention two police officers who are killed in her own district. I mean, police officer Rivera was probably her constituent that the guy lived just a mile or even less from where he was killed. This is a member of her community.

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NYC Councilwoman Says She Was Told Don't Tweet About Cops

The Larry Elder Show

01:10 min | 7 months ago

NYC Councilwoman Says She Was Told Don't Tweet About Cops

"As I mentioned, the second NYPD officer who was shot on that domestic violence call in Harlem has now died. A council woman in New York named Christian Richardson Jordan after the shooting, she tweeted two hours later about a concerned over a neighborhood community garden being shut down. Didn't tweet one word about the officers being shot. After she was hammered on social media for her tweet, she then said this and I'm quoting. I have been asked not to tweet about it referring to the shooting. At this time, but I will definitely address it quote. Who asked you not to tweet about it? Who told you not to say anything about it? Now this is the same woman who as I said yesterday had absolutely no problem tweeting about how honory the police are. Here's what she said back in June of last year and I'm quoting she tweeted always remember that the police and prison systems were created to preserve slavery. I kid you not. To break the chains, we must fight for total abolition.

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Julia Fox Name Drops and Gushes Over Kanye in Interview Magazine

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:57 min | 7 months ago

Julia Fox Name Drops and Gushes Over Kanye in Interview Magazine

"Oh my God, I got my hands on the interview, magazine that Julia Fox is, oh my God, Julia Fox, Kanye's new girlfriend, girl, the moment, whatever you want to call her. The talk in this interview magazine is a very, you know, lady entitled fancy schmancy magazine. You know, Andy Warhol began and it's one of those magic. They normally get celebrities to interview celebrities. So it's like a double hand job interview. All these things are like that. How's the relationship with yay evolving? And fox goes, you know, I'm so used to being fucked all over in relationships. So I keep waiting for him to disappoint me because he makes very grandiose promises. And it's like, how could he ever pull it off with all the other things he has going on? But he always does. Last night was a testament to that. Would there be like 9 days where he always pulls it off? He's love bombing you, girl. She talked about another date where Kanye played the movie Zola for his friends and Julie was so touched to include Zola and our narrative. I can't take these people. And then she name dropped a lot of people who were at the house watching. Who was their last night? Oh, Dave Chappelle, Marilyn Manson, Naomi Campbell, the actor from the new Batman camera on Jack Donahue from Salem, Andrew Richardson from Richardson magazine, Richie Suzanne, all my friends came, Richie a sashimi with Marilyn Manson and they had a really nice heart to heart. Who the fuck? Who is Richie's Shazam? Who is Andrew Richardson? Who's Jack Donahue? I know Jack Donahue from Alec Baldwin's character and then show, but oh, all these people. Why do I need to know them? And by the way, who's inviting a rapist to dinner. Kanye's inviting Marilyn Manson to dinner? I'll have sweet. What a sweet birthday

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U.S. Journalist Danny Fenster Is Freed From Myanmar Prison

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 9 months ago

U.S. Journalist Danny Fenster Is Freed From Myanmar Prison

"R. U. S. journalist jailed for months in Myanmar has arrived in New York Danny Fenster was sent to prison for charges that include spreading false or inflammatory information he was handed over to former US diplomat bill Richardson so long time coming you know it's a it's a moment for that and then imagine so so long Richardson helped negotiate the release it's worth the effort everything we had but it took a one on one with the leader

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NBA will not randomly test players for marijuana this season

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 11 months ago

NBA will not randomly test players for marijuana this season

"A policy will continue from last season during the corona virus restart bubble at Walt Disney World well the NBA won't test for marijuana there will still be random testing for performance enhancing products and what the league called drugs of abuse such as methamphetamine and cocaine decriminalizing marijuana has been a major topic at the government level for years and has been the case in the sports world as well American sprinter Shikari Richardson was left off the U. S. Olympic roster in Tokyo following a positive test for marijuana more than half of states in the US have decriminalized possessing small amounts of marijuana I'm a Donahue

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Fed Considers Tapering Bond Purchases as Economy Grows

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:24 min | 11 months ago

Fed Considers Tapering Bond Purchases as Economy Grows

"So much talk about so little time and that is not. I promise you just me trying to get to the good stuff. It actually has been a busy week. Genus malik is at the new york. Times neil richardson is at adp. Hey you too. I kinda hake so neil and let me start with you I want to discuss a little bit. chair powell and his press conference this week in which he said In literally so many words that the fed has made that substantial further progress Or is very close to it to start to reduce its bond buying program the taper He said we've more than gotten there and inflation as we've talked about many times on this program not quite yet on jobs and i guess my question is we've been told it's going to take on another twelve months or a year or year and a half for the for the job market to recover. Why do you think the fed is gonna taper now. Well they are going to reduce their bond buying for one reason and one reason only they wanna get bang for the buck. They're spending a hundred twenty billion dollars a month on bonds. They wanna see some effect in early on. When everything was in chaos in the financial markets and bonds that were considered safe started acting very risky ways. That were unpredictable. That bond buying helped stabilize everything. It was a success story but bang has faded into a whimper. It's not really having a lot of effet particularly in the jobs. Market that has bottlenecks. That are more amenable to fiscal policy in action than monetary policy. Junior you're on that You're on that video. Call with chair. Powell you're probably paying closer attention than i was. But i don't think anywhere. He said the word transitory about inflation. Did that strike you at all. You know. I think it is interesting. I think there's been a real short of decision. Among monetary policymakers to start being a bit more cautious in the way that they talk about inflation either they still say that there are these temporary forces pushing inflation up. There's no reason to believe that they're going to last forever. But i think we've all become a lot more modest about how long we think temporary is going be you know because it's earlier in the year. They thought these these temporary dislocations we're gonna fade within a few months now. It's like pretty obvious that they're not gonna fade until we're well into next year and i think they're real questions about you. Know how how quickly supply chains in particular are going to get back to any kind of normal

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Alaska Military Base Declares Health Emergency

Information

00:43 sec | 11 months ago

Alaska Military Base Declares Health Emergency

"Places that don't require masks or social distancing for the next 30 days, while the state's epidemiologist says the state is experiencing one of the sharpest surges of Covid 19 in the country in Alaska military leaders on joint base Elmendorf Richardson have declared a public health emergency, while the state's largest hospital Providence, Alaska Medical Center, is rationing care. After being overwhelmed by a surge in Covid 19 patients, the hospital has been forced to turn away patients from smaller cities. Their emergency room is over. Er flowing and people are having to wait in their cars and a parking lot for hours waiting to see a doctor. The State Health Department reports more than 1200 newly confirmed cases per 100,000 people over the past two weeks 20% of patients hospitalized in Alaska have covid 19. I'm Jennifer King. President Biden's two major

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Alaska Military Base Declares Health Emergency

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 11 months ago

Alaska Military Base Declares Health Emergency

"Military service members in Alaska are being asked to avoid places that don't require masks or social distancing for the next thirty days well the state's epidemiologist says Alaska is experiencing one of the sharpest surges of cove in nineteen in the country in Alaska military leaders on joint base Elmendorf Richardson had declared a public health emergency while the state's largest hospital Providence Alaska Medical Center is rationing care after being overwhelmed by surgical bid nineteen patients the hospital has been forced to turn away patients from smaller cities there are merchants the room was overflowing and people are having to wait in their cars in a parking lot for hours waiting to see a doctor the state health department reports more than twelve hundred newly confirmed cases per one hundred thousand people over the past two weeks twenty percent of patients hospitalized Alaska have coded nineteen I'm Jennifer king

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QB Debate Continues as No. 13 Florida Routs USF 42-20

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

QB Debate Continues as No. 13 Florida Routs USF 42-20

"Thirteenth ranked Florida use outstanding play from two quarterbacks to defeat South Florida forty two to twenty starter Emory Jones ran for one score and threw a touchdown pass to Xavier Henderson for another Gator backup quarterback Anthony Richardson threw two touchdown passes to Jacob Copeland and scampered eighty yards for another score Jones was happy that both excelled we just go with the flow every week and every job go slow and the my columns and write my lover and you gotta be ready to go out there and L. savings opportunity south Florida's jaren Mangham provided the brightest moments for bulls fans on touchdown runs of one and three yards I'm Tom Aikens

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"richardson" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"richardson" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"But honestly like in a horror movie. Even in a horror comedy. It's nice to have the black guy be the dufy one. Yes you know what. I mean like this instead of like the fast talking guy who gets killed quickly. Yup you know it's a it's it's nice to have The black guy Be the sort of like emotional and inspirational quote unquote like leader of this thing to make it far in. Who knows how far have you haven't seen the movie but you know to to sort of be that instead of instead of garnish you know To get the cannot be the meat of his thing and and not only be the. Oh my god. I'm so scared the whole time. You know like oh okay well. What's the situation. I really appreciate it to get to do that. And like that in the script. As well i wasn't ama- huge fan of the show that you and tim robinson created detroiters. Yes and one of the things that. I don't think i realized until six or eight episodes into the show That was unexpected. to me. was this is a show about two best friends right so the two of you are are essentially the co leads of the program yet but in terms of the structure of the world of the show. He tim is the best friend he lives in your characters world and tim robinson is white yes and i thought kosh how many thousands of times have i seen a television sitcom with a black guy. Who's best friends to a white guy and lives in the white guys world And how close to zero times. Have i seen the opposite right Was that a choice that the two of you made it. Was it like to make to make it trudel life whereas like in detroit is seventy five percent black. You know so with casting and with that world that we're like this show is going to be black primarily black show with characters who are also not you know so so make the show being A black show with tim. You know that we very purposefully so at the workplace. It's tim's legacy and tim's job but then outside of their. It's kinda like sam's world you know. So it's a very purposeful relationship like like to have tim's wife be my sister. And so that. Tim's family is my family so tim is my best friend and my brother-in-law but in the family and the family unit the do as which is the bigger family. And you get the kremlin's as well but like you know. Typically the family things are happening among the duvalier's and like the were like trying to get the clients to be black all these things because that's what detroit is you know. So those are very purposeful sort of a composition because of that composition. There's also something you don't see a lot in television in terms of race dynamics. Which is the tim. Robinson's character has black wife. Which you know. I mean if you watch television commercials in america's there's a lot of interracial couples and almost none of them have You know in heterosexual couples have a wife who has darker skinned than the husband That is something that you essentially never see him. And i just as like. Isn't that nice. They're loving couple. That has normal. Couple things going on was like again. Part of that composition was like well. What if tim grew up in my were again in my world you know restaurants and he probably mostly dated black girls like existed in that world so like him falling and also in the thing is like we spent so much time together. That like that. That we i mean we never have explored this because we waited the two seasons but like kind of how the dynamic of them started where it came from for while we never landed on whether christie and i were twins or not because we never like i was always of idea and so the idea of him marrying her was like the closest thing to marrying me that he could do Because we like maybe we can hang out all the time like. There's a photo of at. the wedding. know showed up onscreen but it's like their wedding photos. And i'm in them to like jokes. She's annoyed. It was like in marrying like he married the both of us essentially. We've got even more with sam. Richardson still come. Stay with us. It's bullseye for maximum fund dot org an npr support for bullseye and the following message. Come from cultural cultural. Wants you to know that. An estimated forty. Five million. Americans may have according to the international foundation for gastrointestinal disorders cultural. Ibs complete support is a medical food for the dietary management of ibs. It's designed to relieve symptoms like abdominal pain bloating. Diarrhea and constipation in a safe well tolerated. Once daily dose save twenty percent with promo code radio on cultural dot com comedian. Tiffany haddish is busy. She's acting producing but she says she's not just doing it for herself. How much generation up you create and when you get to tell us story and give other people opportunity to tell that story with you. Tiffany haddish on her power in hollywood. Listen now the it's been a minute. Dot cast from npr. It's bulls eye. I'm jesse thorn. I'm talking with sam. Richardson he's the star of detroiters. Veep and the new movie where wolves within. Let's get back into our conversation. There's a great scene from the show. That i'm gonna play in. Detroiters ran for two seasons on comedy. Central a couple of years ago and was co created By my guests. Sam richardson and his real life. Pal tim robinson And they play best buddies on the show and they're also business partners in the advertising business which they're pretty bad at and their neighbors and tim's character is married to sam's characters Sister so they're they're very close knit and so in this seeing the two of them are hanging out at a bar and tim is trying to figure out why sam has such a hard time meeting with. When are you going to settle down man. Can you help us. Settle a bet. Sure excuse me. We're talking moving along seriously man. When are you going to sell down. It's amazing yet. tim. I do wanna meet somebody then. What is stopping you. I like your shirt. That looks great on you. People do your home gig. Focus don't know who you are seriously. Why are you not settling down because you tim. It is impossible to meet girls around you okay. That's insane yet. Sure i'm insane. Suit yourself man. Giving his bikes.

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Pete Davidson and Phoebe Dynevor Reportedly Break Up

Mojo In The Morning

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Pete Davidson and Phoebe Dynevor Reportedly Break Up

"Has it that richardson star phoebe. Dinosaur and as an pete davidson have split after five months of data exile in meghan. He's available friends close to that. Say that their relationship started to fizzle because and in their work. Schedules are not. Which makes it really difficult for them to see each other. It started as a whirlwind relationship. If you remember. They were both kind of flying overseas to hang out with each other all of the time. She was constantly in new york. He was constantly in england but over. Time it's just become increasingly obvious that it was going to be real difficult to make it work. So she's filming the second season of bridge retain in the uk and promoting that in the meantime pete's doing snl and he's also working on a new film called meet q. With kaley cuco so it seems that things have been really cooled

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"richardson" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"richardson" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

"A not very delicate moment join sheffield. It's easier to do a sex worker jokes if it's guy because there's no danger there but they're For for for sure. But like if there's an innocence to sam in the in the in the world and his and sam is a he he's a bachelor in the show you know. So he's he's. He's got a lot of relationships over the course of whatever but it's never out of a sort of it's all it's always innocent. It's always a place of being excited about the idea of love. You know what i mean so we wanted to like heighten that with the idea. Tim is terrible wing man. And so what is the trouble that sam can get into in that as as in so he finds this person Who he's into but it's the scenario is that like now he's He's in a world. He trips himself into a world that is not at all what he thought he would be. Involved in and the second act him denying that he's in that world even though the evidence is very clear and he's even behaving as if he's in that world but selling himself he's not so i kind of we want to find sort of ways to have me or have sam kind of really play because the the the constant catchphrase is like. I'm not cute. I'm sexy so you get to see sam. Having excuse to make himself sexy you know. Why is that. Why the epitome of sexy in the show monochrome suits macro detroit thing in detroit. We love monochrome monochrome sue. Same color shoes. Same color hat. Same color suit. So i like a very detroit thing. Yeah like the old heads have the alligator shoes and green shoes dreams. Yeah and that's for church. That's whatever as for sunday. So that's sam one step below wearing that hat so that is a detroit. Nap got it. That makes sense. Because yeah because when tim and christie discuss it he's just we'll be right back with more. Richardson support for this episode. Comes.

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Here's Why Self-Care Is Not Selfish

The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Here's Why Self-Care Is Not Selfish

"We've lined up team of experts to help you make over not only your body but your mind in your spirit as well heading up. Our makeover team showed richardson author of. Take time for your life. Then when cheryl was here she showed us how to start living a more meaningful life by practicing extreme. Self care is what she said and so interesting because even my best friend gayle. Who is you know You know a single mom now saying you know that is just an. That's a foreign concept. The idea of putting yourself first on the list which a lot of the women who wrote to us in emailed us had a lot of trouble with that the number one thing. I think you know the consistent thing was. Isn't that selfish and oprah. Aren't you preaching to people about being selfish. Aren't there enough selfish. People in the world. I think of it as selfish with a capital s. You know the kind of selfish that your spirit if we don't do that all of us as individuals we're in trouble is the culture. I mean we already know that we already see that happening. And so he asked for some people. It is going to be selfish at first. But you know this as well as i do that as you begin to take good care of yourself and your cup gets filled up you naturally then want to be there for others. You wanna serve others annual able to do it and miraculous way. Yes cheryl says This is going to help you a lot. I hope that the next step to making over your life is identifying key and eliminating energy drains. And it's up to you to do that. Nobody can do that for you. She says that creating your best life has more to do with what you remove from your life. Then what you add to your. What we're saying is if you focus on removing things from your life you take the life you're already living and start shaping it up and start looking at what don't i. What don't i need. What thoughts do. I think that i need to let go of and start removing things from your life. I think what happens is your best self in your best life reveals itself as you move away all the stuff the emotional physical and spiritual energy drain.

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The Executive Editor at the Miami Herald Responds Publicly to Racist Email

Morning Edition

02:05 min | 1 year ago

The Executive Editor at the Miami Herald Responds Publicly to Racist Email

"Are no strangers to receiving negative feedback on their stories. Recently, the Miami Herald's executive editor, Monica Richardson, who is the first black journalists to hold that position in the papers, 117 year history. Says she received a racist email. It was really brutal because of the language and the tone and and really the hatred that it portrayed and how this resonates with Different communities at different moments In that email, the sender expressed anger over the Miami Herald's coverage of recent Cuban American demonstrations, which shut down in Miami Highway. It noted that no one had been arrested despite a new anti riot law. In a message permeated with racist commentary, the sender referred to Richardson with a misogynistic slur. And use the phrase your people, Richardson wrote an open letter. In response in it, she writes, Like other moments of coming face to face with racism, it will sit with me for life. Martinez spoke with Richardson about why she felt compelled to respond. Now, these protests are there about something that we all care about their about fairness. And so that was not the question that I was trying to raise. It was really about people how they handle Being under pressure and that tension on issues of race and so this one was particularly as I said, the word I used. I like to think of was brutal. And so I decided to respond. Monica and you know, there's been a discussion last few years about how much of someone's humanity can go into their job when they are journalists. And it sounds like in this case your humanity came out when you read that email. It did. In fact, I wrote two versions of the column in the first version was very polite, and I came back to it and just wrote it strictly from the heart. Overwhelmingly the response that I got the positive response that I got was from the human community. So the it resonated not just with me as an African American woman, but it resonated with the Cuban community as

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What Stories Are Hidden in Your Home? We Talk With History Attic Research to Find Out.

Around the House with Eric G®

02:20 min | 1 year ago

What Stories Are Hidden in Your Home? We Talk With History Attic Research to Find Out.

"Welcomed around the house guys lack so you this last week. We're on jeff devlin's stonehouse revival show. How cool is that. He asked us back on board to do research for yet another youthful beautiful historic home This one is centered in langhorne. Pennsylvania is through the underground railroad dates back to about eighteen ten. We love the story especially because of the women that we found in the research. Just picking up the family with horrible tragedies and you know just surviving so the original Land where the house is situated. Today was part of a five hundred. Eighty four acre tract. That was deeded. From william penn as all of the land in pennsylvania was once william. Penn's he was a londoner who was given the state of pennsylvania before it was the state of pennsylvania was just land at the time From king charles and he started to sell off a parcels of acreage to people that he wanted to make sure you know. He was bringing his people over usually quaker sympathetic. To kind of william. Penn's background so the quaker faith came over from england so the original tracks. Five hundred eighty four acres in bucks county which was wilderness at the time and then it got parceled out from the original owner down through family Through the mail side of the family until the owner of the property that actually built the house was the richardson family. They built the house in about eighteen ten And we were able to really track the family stories from the very beginning of five hundred. Eighty four acre parcel down to the families that lived in the house themselves. and way through really their geology. We went through all of the census records. Swear it's cool when you pull a census record you're able to go back and see the names of the people that lived in the house. How old they were their occupation the value of the property. So it's really interesting to take a look back in time just to see what the family make up was

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China Sanctions Wilbur Ross and Others, Responding to Hong Kong Warnings

All Things Considered

01:49 min | 1 year ago

China Sanctions Wilbur Ross and Others, Responding to Hong Kong Warnings

"Fresh sanctions on a handful of US individuals. It's retaliation for sanctions the bite and administration imposed on Chinese officials last week. Over Beijing's crackdown on democracy in Hong Kong. Its latest attack comes just days before a visit to China by Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman and US China ties are already tense, though, as NPR's John Ruit reports there is no sign China's sanctions will derail the visit. Sanctions are the first imposed by China under a new law passed in June, which facilitates retaliation for foreign sanctions. Among those it hits a former Commerce secretary Wilbur Ross, and the China director at Human Rights Watch Sophie Richardson. For years, Beijing's responded to US sanctions and tariffs with tit for tat measures in Beijing's calculation, it had to respond to the US Bonnie Lynn, a senior fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, says doing so before Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman's trip makes sense would disappear better if it happened a couple days after Deputy Secretary Sherman's trip that she says might risk being interpreted as a signal that the meeting didn't go well. And Sherman will be the most senior U. S official to travel to China since President Biden took office. Relations are at their worst in decades. But there's speculation that the trip could start to lay the groundwork for a meeting sometime this year between Biden and Chinese leader Xi Jinping. There is a desire to be able to showcase that the two world leaders can work together and part of that is being able to meet and discuss issues they agree on as well as those where they have differences, and I really hope As we see more of these incidents is on either side that they won't derail progress towards the usual meeting because both sides, she says, have significant incentives for Biden and she to meet sooner rather than later. John Ruijin

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Red Sox Spoil Blue Jays' Final Game in Buffalo

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Red Sox Spoil Blue Jays' Final Game in Buffalo

"The Bluejays dropped their final home game in buffalo was the red Sox banged out five home runs in a seven forty station over Toronto Kiki Hernandez Rafael Devers Michael Chavis JD Martinez and hunter Renfroe all homered for Boston which kept its one game lead over Tampa Bay atop the AL east it's the first time since nineteen seventy seven the red Sox have hit at least five homers in back to back games Hernandez says it's great to see their offense being productive again got the better a better end of some games and then the other ones that we losses because we get in it and you know hopefully these two games and means that are you know our offense is back to normal get Richardson three Sox relievers held Toronto to five hits the jays go on a road trip before returning to Toronto on July thirtieth I'm the ferry

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Gloria Richardson, Civil Rights Pioneer, Dies at 99

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Gloria Richardson, Civil Rights Pioneer, Dies at 99

"Her by name, but you may have seen a moving photo of her during the civil rights movement in the 19 sixties. Gloria Richardson was an influential yet largely on song, civil rights pioneer who was captured in a photograph as she pushed away the bayonet of a National Guardsmen. Well, Richardson has died at the age of 99. Her granddaughter says she died in her sleep Thursday in New York City. She was the first woman to lead a prolonged grassroots civil rights movement outside the Deep South. In 1962, she helped to organize and lead the Cambridge movement on Maryland's Eastern Shore with sit ins to desegregate restaurants, bowling alleys and movie theaters.

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"richardson" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

Why Won't You Date Me?

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"richardson" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

"Baby. I just i've 'cause i've read articles about how gentlemen will be juggling six women at a time and if i am involved with more than three people i'm like call the whole thing off. I'm very confused i have. I have no idea who likes what i don't know. Yes the thing like this guilt then like you. Also don't i- shame on me. As i was like i got a nazi you anymore because i'm seeing other person and i would do that and i would always be like why not. I'm like sorry actually never mind. I'm sorry about that. Let's let's go out to coffee one more time i. I'm this woman i'm this. I'm sorry let's go get ice cream like yeah ice screaming. Maybe i'll convince you that you want to date me and i'll tell you it is never worked. Not one time no works on me. One time has begging someone to date me worked. You'd think i'd learn. But i guess it's like jarring because it's like well. I didn't realize that you were dating six other people. I'm only dating this basket. I'm very guilty of putting all of my eggs in one basket and then skipping the sea and like i don't know maybe you are supposed to just put all your eggs in one basket but it just seems so counter. Intuitive row app works. But then i was feeling guilty about that so i was like well. Let me not do that. You know and so like i. I didn't but then like pretty soon. After as who. I met nicole so i wasn't dating other while i met nicole on that but it was sort of this thing where it's like. Oh well one thing about this person. I really enjoy so. Let's kind of see we'll just kind of go out and get a drink every here and there and then like one person like as cool personality. That might me something about this person. I didn't really love spending time with mike. Well that probably shouldn't work. Let me let that person down like. Oh i'm sorry no we'll hang out. Maybe maybe i maybe. I'm wrong and then like i can't do this six times over so let me. Just pull the plug on that. And i was pretty close to like ending that ryo was only only one that works for me too because i hated tender. I hate it tender wait. Why did you hate tender. It was like every oh it felt like you had to like write jokes in your profile and i'm like so bad at like a joke. That's supposed to be real. You know it's like a joke my all right. I'm not going to expose my wounds in this like little profiles for you and i'm looking at everybody love to love to run. The skate by sunshine sign is a hot like no. That is funny. That is like some. I don't know whenever i read a profile. I'm like my god house. A profile supposed to tell me about a person is not. It's not real. It's not how it works. He's not it's just not so. I'm like everything like you also don't want to come off as too aloof by not saying anything you know because then i'm like who the fuck do i think i am. Mike sam richardson. Hey no we do. You think some of the people you've gone out with were going out with you just because you were sam richardson. I don't think so. I don't think that i'm that kind of a heartthrob who boo premium meet. Let me go out and show off my sam richardson.

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"richardson" Discussed on South Of Richardson

South Of Richardson

06:01 min | 2 years ago

"richardson" Discussed on South Of Richardson

"Hey everybody how are we doing? It's Eric this is south of Richardson. Thanks for joining us today. I hope you guys stick around and listen. It's going to be a. I hope a fairly opening show. It's GONNA be on food shortage and what I think is GonNa happen here in probably just a few months from now. We're going to have a very very difficult time trying to get the provisions and things that we need so what I talk to you about is keeping families and individuals. Keep it food on their tables and minimizing trips to the grocery store so starting this week it started Monday. I think today's Tuesday. I don't know I feel like I'm deployed as you can see Corentin Day question if you've been in the military and had been deployed for long periods of time than you know that really days of the League doesn't really matter and that's pretty much where we're getting to here where everybody is stuck at home and it don't matter if it's Monday it's Friday. Drink taking the phone out of the weekends. Be Honest with you when the whole when your whole last weekend I guess nothing really all that much fun so I just wanted to kind of do a little little little thing. What I did the other day I went out job trying to get stuff for the week. I I think I've mentioned that before on here and I I went out and I'm not kidding. You man the stores were baron. There was the show were picked through and they even started to put. Y'All where you can only get two loaves of bread and one thing of milk in one thing of eggs and all that stuff so we're starting to see the restrictions put on on our food and you know. I'm lucky I'm married to my wife. Obviously and that's it that's all we have to take care of our two dogs but we've got enough dog food for US awhile but as far as human food goes now this is going to become an issue especially for people who have families you know bigger than our I mean. We have two people in two dogs. I could imagine what it would be like for a family of four with you. Know Two kids you gotTa Take Care Of. That's got to be just absolutely terrified so I thought I would put up this post to see if I can help people kind of get a graph and and help them realize because I'm not sure if people really realize how much food is in the grocery store and it's really not that much of a few years ago. When we first moved into the House I worked for a mission Tortilla. I delivered tortilla chips and Tortillas to grocery stores and and convenient source and there I learned that will grocery stores convenience stores. They have three days worth of food supplies. And that's it and that's that's to cover everyone in the area so three days. That's not a lot especially when you start getting panic mine and you know I'm a big win. I cannot stand the term price gouging. I think that is the most just. It's a bullshit Tom okay. Price-gouging does necessary. You may not like to hear that but it is very very true. I I've got a post about it. Go check it out. It's a south. Richardson Dot Com definitely. Read it because he will explain to you why prowse Guidoum doubting is not a terrible terrible thing. It isn't quite necessary. It gets us. It gets people who can't get things it gets those things to them and it keeps other people to it gets people that don't need to be in those areas out of those areas because who wants pay dollars for a bottle of water when you go five blocks down the street and get it for a buck right so anyway. That's in my other post. Please go to south. Richard Dot Com. Check it out. It's a it will open your eyes to at least the way. I think it should be but but I want to talk today about is food shortages because it's coming and I hope you're ready and if you're not don't worry it's okay we we still have time I think it was. There's a few countries that have put restrictions now on sending produce and things to the states so here within the next few months. We're not going to be able to get all the produce that were used to hear. Y'All I it ourselves or literally going to stay on stock. And you also have stayed. Put PROHIBITIONS. On things that you can't buy in bulk and things like that which. I don't really have an issue with. That's fine up to a point but got remember he. GotTa keep yourself and your family fat. So how do you do that all right well when it comes to food shortages? There's a term called food stability and there are three things that make up food stability availability access and then utilization. Today we need to talk about access. And that's the problem. We're going to have during this. Pandemic people are freaking out and hoarding food and for some reason toilet paper. I STILL CAN'T I. I still really cannot figure that out. I don't get it but find. That's that's what they're doing. In fact. There was a picture The other day I see this lady coming out of the target in Brentwood and this lady had. I'm guessing she probably over a hundred rolls of toilet paper now first off Like I was saying about price gouging. Yeah that's what price gouging stops. It stops that crap from happening stops panic buying because WHO's GonNa pay it exorbitant. Money makes you only by what you actually need. But May that's backing at other post so anyway. Here's a little quick rundown of what we can do to keep our family safe during this tough time and I just don't panic okay. Prices are going to rise. The shelves are GONNA run empty. But there's no reason to lose our minds over this. We've been through tough times. The Great Depression is is the biggest example of that in my personal opinion. With what we're doing to this economy. We're headed for that so. I hope that everyone spent some time. Go check out this.

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"richardson" Discussed on South Of Richardson

South Of Richardson

14:55 min | 2 years ago

"richardson" Discussed on South Of Richardson

"Today? Dessert is South Richardson. Thanks for listening to podcast today. Just going to be talking a little bit about. I guess I guess kind of really what is kind of like the time line of what has really happened with. This whole quarantined and staying indoors. And things like that. It's to me. It's really starting to bring up some questions that need to be asked and really nobody's asking him the only thing. I've only real questions I've heard from these stupid reporters and he's dumb as journalists are all called at the charity's virus. Yes as a matter of fact. It's definitely fine to become a Chinese virus. That's where it frigging came from. And you want to call me a racist call. The president raises for Colon. A virus that came from a specific place on the planet a racist that by I Guess Racist. You people are insane. You're not you're shit. I don't know how other way to put that so I'm trying to get this straight my head because a lot of loss people who I I work for myself with a buddy of mine who who to bring up something here. He believes that his daughter had this in the beginning of December and I remember him mentioning that his daughter wasn't GonNa make Christmas because he was just. She was hurting. She was feeling really really bad. Really really sick and he said it was like the flu. Only she just could not get real basic teams. I think she's like eleven or twelve. Maybe maybe a little older than that. So yeah this was around Christmas and You keep hearing all these people say well tear. You know weeks before they talk. No this thing was here months. I mean months before this has been going on for quite some time all right business. This is a communist country. That screwed up. Try to hide. It couldn't so then had to tell everyone and I'm telling you they they. They tried to hide this for months. Not Weeks they tried to hide this for a long time. And they couldn't got outta control now see in China and places like that. It's different they're communist countries. There are people are easily locked down there easily controlled here. It's not going to be like that. It's it is going to get worse. I mean we're in dade thirteen and I'm already starting to get a little stir. Crazy held only worked the last three days in the last thirteen. So what what basically by government is telling me all right and this is through no fault of really. They're all. This is from China. Vegas make no doubt about it. The Chinese are responsible for this. And if you'll get anything out of this podcast at all remember. Wuhan is the name of the virus. It's the Wuhan flew. It came from Wuhan City in China. China is responsible for this. Let's all be on the same page with that all right now. These me is that this is going to cause a lot of people to become bankrupt. It's going to keep this shutdown. I can't go to work. I were three days last week. Like I was saying it and for what I'm not seeing a big infectious thing here and I don't like where president trump has so don and he's doing the best he can let me help sporting on my trump shirt right now. This has nothing to do with the way he's handling this. He is handling this the way he should be. All right. Problem is he's getting misinformation and following information item. I won't say misinformation I'll say bullshit. Information is what he's getting and I say this because there was a report there is a model going around and it was from a college in the UK called Imperial College all right now. I'm no rocket science is I don't really get into you. Know go into doing research on these but I research is because it's kind of important and yeah imperial college is ran by somebody's George Soros one of the guy who's a big the climate change these people or Climate Change Wack Jobs. Okay that whole all down in plays. We'll there's going to be eighty seven million people dead or whatever. The numbers were it was. Just it's absurd and it literally is absurd. These people are pushing the new green deal agenda. That's what all of that is. And that's a problem. We need to stop using these models. It doesn't make sense that we would use them. I mean it's coming from the UK. Why why would we even bother with that because after that the big scare here? What really freaked everybody out was Italy. Everybody made a big deal with Italy. Hollow Italy's though it's a westernized y'all type of country it's got a great healthcare system really had a great healthcare system that healthcare system was overran in like five days. It was overran. We'll why if it was such a great healthcare system and it was so intact and ready to go that well it didn't. It didn't go why it did not go before. I don't really Google search things that often. I just kind of blood flow but something here. Is it right so I googled? I Italy and I typed in European countries. That are broke yet. Guess who came up. Second and their GDP ratio is like one hundred forty percent. It's it's ridiculous. There's this the second brokers country in Europe. I was Greece. Obviously all right. Well if they're broke Dan infrastructure which means the infrastructure is is key that's where their medical and government and is is that. How many has France had the last eight hundred years like hundred? I mean it's remarkable. These people are not stable. It's not a stable country so for us to go get all panicked with that and that it's the oldest country I think on the planet. I mean there's more people than any other age and this overnighted seems to be migrating doing bad things to old people but to sit here and tell me what it did to Italy. You need ravaged. Italy will doesn't have an infrastructure like we do they just don't they don't have their broke. Planes -able flatow broke. Y'All and now I read a oppose- opposed on Spain Spain is now opening up ice rings or at least an ice rink anyway to deal with the dead bodies from this thing all right and again. Spain nother broke ass EU country. It's a shovel is hardly any infrastructure whatsoever so this this pandemic wattage through that. They don't have the proper healthcare that we did. They just don't have it. It just doesn't exist because they're part of the EU and all that and they're broke they have no money now. This piss the Germans off because the Germans the Germans are the only soul of country in the EU. The only one Brits left man president out what we're going baby so that's GonNa stay Germany paying for all spam towards. That's what's going to happen. They'RE GONNA end up having to bail out Italy and going to have to do it. That's going to collapse Germany. Yes that's what's coming next. That will be the next thing of Germany. Don't go ask her here. We ain't doing it so now you're back here to the US that's overseas nerve nonsense anyway. I mean it's one of the problem here. Is that most of the? Democrats here won't be that Obamacare all that Shit. Yeah defenders. As little about Obama I'll try to find it and put it in the post but yeah it it's as Obama used up all the overnight or all the all the face masks that we'd be using he used them all up during SARS or whatever the other big pandemic thing was everybody made a big deal. He's well didn't bother Didn't bother replacement guys to go to prove you can take the guy allegations which can't get away with a guy that's for sure. I mean yeah I mean you can tell. I mean that's just as straight as we all know what we're saying here now out of the mouth of president. I don't really have a problem with too much. I mean he's doing. It was what he has to do to make to ease. Everyone's tensions and in fact. He tweeted out something the other day which I found. Remarkable it was. We have to be sure that the cure is worse than the disease and he's absolutely absolutely right with that. Absolutely I mean and what he means by. The Cure is worse than a diseases. If we're shutting down hunker in place we're we have shut the engine off per se to the United States. We have it down okay. So there's no money coming in whatsoever now. He knows he knows the shelter in place and doing this for another couple. Weeks is going to crush the economy. I don't look at it. They say through trillion. But if you really look at that bill it's like six trillion. It is a lot of money and it's a lot of money that we don't have and we're never going to pay back. We were just not so he knows that sheltering in place is going to keep the doors open it is it so he knows that within the next two weeks we have to get people back to work but he's going to be held up. I mean already Pelosi and you could go read it for yourself. I I put the lease and the article below and go read this for yourself. What that little Kant has been trying to slip in. And it's all new green deal stuff all of it. Every bit of its terrifying. She gave a shit about the American people and this goes on either side. I don't care if it's trump side. I don't care if it's if it's Pelosi side the fucking progressives. I don't care the problem is look. You gotTA GET US working. You want to try to pull that kind of should know that needs to stop and there needs to stop on both sides. I haven't really paid too much attention to what they're doing. But that being pointed out to be is just nonsense and you need to stop and if you're doing it on on the trump administration you're doing that you need to stop that. Shit too all right. You can't be doing that. You have people's lives at stake here okay. So let's stop that shit and what's crazy man is if you remember back in the Old Days Winnow Rob Emmanuel is around. And he he likes to say you know you never let a good crisis go to waste. Well this is the perfect one for them. It's perfect no one knows where it started. So if you don't know where it started or or or the start date of it will. You can't really pinpoint how you're going to end it so that works out. Perfect for them to. It's a visible. It's a spooky invisible that oh well well fuck you kiss visible virus. Kc It so it's perfect so it can just suddenly kind of up reappear if things get a little sketchy somewhere. It's I don't like it either. This and information that we're getting is not very good okay. They're doing the best they can. I Really WanNa make sure that people understand. I don't mean to bash the government on this. I don't like government. People know that they know. I like my government small where I can reach out and kick it in the frigging balls okay. They know that about me. So I'm saying hey man. Government needs to step in and kind of take it now with that being said it's not the federal government people. Don't people are misunderstanding? All of this the federal government doesn't have any jurisdiction you they can assess and they can tell you the. Let the states no-go Bob. This all has to do this. All relies on your governor..

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"richardson" Discussed on South Of Richardson

South Of Richardson

10:35 min | 2 years ago

"richardson" Discussed on South Of Richardson

"Hey everybody we are back and we're going to be talking about how to bring your desires into reality now. Some people out there. We'll sit there and say you know I have no idea how to bring my desire into the tangible reality. They don't know how to do that. We'll do it. You need to create goals and notice. I said create not set. Setting goals does nothing. We set goals at the end of the year to do resolutions. And then we never get done because we set them a year in advance and then we never said any other goals we just sat one year and in December twenty fifth roles. Wrong with me go she. It didn't do anything to do with ninety five days to finish it and that's the problem we have and so to kind of give you a my set of. I'm at when it comes to goal creation. I'm going to take it back to two thousand nine and back that win one of my favorite subjects in something that might invest in right now. CRYPTO currencies. Bitcoin going came out. I think it was January. Third actually was the day. I think it was two thousand nine. I do believe and Yeah Nakashi Komodo. We're GonNa Hills naval was came up with a peer to peer digital asset gold bitcoin and when I came out it wasn't worth Shit I heard about it and I wanted to buy some 'cause I'm I love computer stuff in that digital currency thing was just something that I was interested in at the time. I had no idea how to buy a new where you went to buy it. I don't think many people at the time really did no. I didn't know this it was cheap and I had a feeling it was actually going to do something or i. I don't know there was a sultan but I had no idea what I was doing. Back in two thousand nine. I was pretty much a loser. I didn't have a Have a bank account and have any of that stuff. So let's flash forward to me. Seventeen is finally Gruesome Britches and. I hope I got myself. I said you know what self decline is now. It what was I think it was like ten thousand when I when my dumb ass decided at get in you know. Ten thousand now was at a point zero zero one percent of penny what points and occurs about that. I actually did go to try to buy SOM- I had thirty dollars left and I was like I'm gonNA use this thirty dollars in. I'M GONNA buy thirty dollars worth of Bitcoin and I think at the time thirty dollars. Bitcoin would have been. I think it would have been it would have been less. Yeah it would have been probably about seventy. Bitcoin is what that would have been so instead of by the bitcoin doing the due diligence in the process to go get a bank account and do all that do the planning and go and actually get the bitcoin on. I didn't do that. I Paid the water. Bill would yet another bill that will show up later. Yeah so like a dumb ass. I paid the thirty dollars is to do my due diligence and buying bitcoin when it was nothing and I could be a billionaire right now but we have had pay that thirty dollar water bill. Yeah that was a good idea. So don't do that. If you have money in that water bill come back next week. Sure or next month. Sure it'll be sixty dollars instead of thirty but you know what that thirty would've turned into a million and sixty dollars would have been Jack Nelson. So you know it's all in perspective. I Guess Looking Back Hindsight is always twenty twenty and looking back. It's still a bit fuzzy right so anyway. That's my little bitcoin story. But it leads up to the whole point of planning and executing your plan and making your plan actionable. That's one of the big things that we just don't do people we don't we'll see amazing plans. We have great plans but then we either set them out too far and then we don't follow up or we just set them in. We don't availing so well do right now is I'm gonNA show you a really easy easy simple way to step out anytime plan. You can go from a year. You'll go nine months two years out. It doesn't matter that this way works for any type of plant now. I'm going to do a thirty day plan and the reason I'm going to do that is because I need to get you guys moving you guys. You guys are listening to this so that you can immediately go and get things done. So thirty days is perfect for that in fact anything over sixty days if you're GONNA plan out a year you're gonNA break it down with a sixty day intervals. Anyway because anything over sixty days will change Playing off anyway. So the best way to do it is sixty intervals. I'M GONNA do it thirty day for that where you get an idea of what it looks like how it works. It's real simple I'M NOT GONNA draw it out for you on here. If you WANNA see a copy of it I have a copy of my book. Go grab the book. It's awesome and learn also Stuff so that being said let's get right into this the first thing you WanNa do the well. Let's do it this way way. I like what I call this. I call this the escape and arrive method. Okay you're wanting to escape not knowing something and arrive where you know how to do something right. Real simple so. There's two things that you have to do. I you want the big picture all right. You want to do the big picture one like I said I was doing bitcoin. Okay I had no idea how by word by nothing but that was my global ideal. I wanted to buy bitcoin. So that's my desire. Okay that's your desire. That's my purpose. My purpose and my burning desire is to buy bitcoin so you right by Bitcoin all right that it put goal by Bitcoin. Then what you do to left you put escape to the right. Arrive Okay. Draw A LINE FROM ESCAPE TO ARRIVE. Simple enough not to difficult in a box underneath escape. Put No bitcoin. Then draw a line from that box to arrive. Docs and put Mickan. Then what you're going to do is you're GONNA WANNA walk out. Some people call chunking. I call it stepping out. We cut whatever you want. Basically what you do is you make milestones now now. How are you going to go from no Bitcoin to Bitcoin? Well the first milestone you're going to want to do is you're going to need to get a bank account you need one of those then the next. GonNa WanNa do is you'RE GONNA go. Go find an exchange where you can go trade your dollars for Bitcoin after you find that. Then you've got to figure out how to get an exchange account because it can be a little tricky right now at that Ed you're funds you learn how the market works the purchase. Your bitcoin. We'll off you have bitcoin. Your whole purpose is done now. Each one of those the bank account the final exchange. Those are called milestones. Now what you're GONNA do for the next goal desire that you have you need a bank account so go right below the global line that you just did and right milestone bank account. Okay Bank account. That's your goal. You need to get a bank account that what you need to get. A bank account rightly job you need. Id You just write down each single individual milestone. You need to get that bank account. Okay then underneath that. You have a new goal right. Thank count now. You need to get an exchange so Boston by exchange right easy enough. This is not hard. This is not rocket science. In fact I think rocket science use this to make the play out rockets. Majorly used something like this. I hope because it works. So then you'll just take him to go okay. Fine Exchange vote. Where do you go do that ad boom all right go to bitcoin? Exchanges whole shit tunnel opened up. By which one you want find how to make an account that can be a little Turkey too so the mouse them make the account the ad your bank account to that account. Okay that way you can transfer your phones back and forth and there you go. That is pretty much it. There isn't really any more to it. It's walks itself straight down the line and this right here. My friend this year will get your shit done ASEP. It will get done very very quickly. And the reason for that is because there are actionable. Everything you do here. You can actually move on and you can move on them now. All right there is no waiting. You can do it right now. There's no reason to wait okay. So whatever your goal is it doesn't matter what it is right it out. Use The escape. Arrive. It is the easiest way to do it or at least for me is the easiest way to do it. I'd if anyone has any other planet Any other way to gold creation by all means. Please hit me up telling me because I haven't found a better one this this is it right here. So it's really all I got for you on On Golden It really is really isn't really that much to it. Everybody gets freaked out and tripped out about it because it looks complicated than it. Just really isn't it's that goal and what it takes to get to that goal and then we'll taste that's it dun Dun Dun Dun Dun Dun so hey I hope you guys got something out of this Please grab the book. Grab Book if you haven't got yet give it a Holler man. It's it's five bucks ain't break the bank in fact it will make money if you follow. What's in here? It will make you money right. Y'All have gone into. We'll talk about that..

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South Of Richardson

07:45 min | 2 years ago

"richardson" Discussed on South Of Richardson

"This is where you WanNa do it now. If you turn on the news you pick out the paper you listen to the radio. You're bound to hear at least one story about the homeless. Have become an epidemic and we all know sweeping the whole problem under. The rug isn't going to make it go away and we all know that. Now bring this up because I was homeless. Now I make it sound like it was something terrible. Only put it this way. If it wasn't all that terrible okay. I was more like a middle class homeless. At least I had a car to sleep in okay and this is what this is. What I'm I'm. I'm getting to the gratefulness now. I'm a firm believer that most homeless and these most because while I was out there I did run into other homeless people to try to figure out what the Hell is supposed to be doing. Good I never had no home before. We're the ones that truly want to be helped. And not just. Assistance can be taught how to change their paradigm and learn to harness and use the attitude of gratitude. This is what's starting to turn things around for me so I know that this works. I was homeless for a very short but painful on believes six months and like I said before leaving very clear it wasn't you know it was middle class home was. I had no home but I did have a burnt out the odds. I was fairly fairly safe to sleep in. You know I knew people couldn't really get to me in a hurry right and there wasn't too many sharp objects that were sticking out with Sammy if they rolled over weird now and I was looking to because by broiler. The only one who really would say that he'd let me crafts in his in his basement. Every now and again you know every once a week crash down there maybe take a shower of walkie. One thing I began to do right as I laid there after watching that video. And and seeing this man Bob Rotter talk about talk about gratefulness in in and what you could do in right down these five things well. That's that's what I did. I went back that night. I went back to the Dodge Omni. Ni- laid their sweating abud off depressed thinking how the hill going to get out of the back of his damn turn. What am I going to do so I did what Bob Roger said I really did. I did exactly what he told me to do. I made a list of everything I was grateful for and I. I was living in the back of a car that was burned out. It was nasty it stunk but you know what I was grateful for that what. I was grateful for actually being homeless to be quite honest with you because this being homeless really really just Jack me up it it it made me realize holy Shit. I'm frigging wreck right. I mean the the. It's it's funny how that happens. A lot of people who make it are ass out in the beginning. They just all that they put everything in it and it just doesn't seem like he's going to have to is. It just doesn't seem like it's going to happen. And then those little green shoot up it happens now smoker things. I was grateful for two. I was grateful like I said before. I lived on the hill in Saint Louis very grateful that I did. Because there's all those little Italian shops and everything up there. They all got free or not free bread in the morning but they had dropped off in the morning while for. Mayo's abouts breakfast so I'd run hit as many of those as I could grab some bread and then go back story my things. I had food for the day. I was very grateful for that. And like I said I was actually grateful for being homeless because it really really really could me in the ASS. It really seriously did an and allowed me to be at the library to find that video. That showed me how to be grateful and I didn't know if it would work. I had no idea but I didn't have anything else to do. I had nowhere else ago so I took and I made a list and I don't know if you can see it but I'll put it up here. This is a list. This is what I called. Hong Kong book food. That's what I call that. And the reason I called the Hong Kong book coming through is because I did was I put on top. I'm grateful for an I wrote out everything. Grateful for by all this is the one I have now is the one I had the one I had now is. I'm grateful for my wife ungrateful for me. Which is my dog. Then he was my dog. You know a great for my house. Okay just go down the list. That's that's what you need to do. Go down the list and write out everything that you are grateful for everything because as you go down that list you're going to see things are gonNA open up for you and I want you to do this. I was right that list and as you write that list. Would you think really hard about how great you are all these people your mom your dad your wife your kids your dogs whatever you know living in a house fuck living in a car? That's why I was grateful for that doesn't matter you are grateful for something you just. You just need to find what it is you take you say that over and over throughout the day you say what? You're grateful for what you're thankful for all right. You do this do this. I started doing it hell. I was homeless. I had nothing else to do so I thought about these people all the time and how grateful I was for them and you know what over time and he was about three months man these again. They got better. There's the situation better. The family stuff will that that took a lot more to get over. Obviously I did a lot of damage however being grateful that those people brought back and let me come back into their lives. It's a beautiful beautiful thing. You need to start this right now. So Go. Go out to her get your. I'm grateful for list going. Okay go get that list going and start just do it over and over again at least two times a day. Do It in the morning when you wake up. It's a great time to do it. Man I twenty minutes. All your brain will just absorb it right sate with emotion. Cry Too but the more emotionally get in there the mortal seep into your sub conscious the moral seats into your subconscious. More become habitual. And there you have it in there you are. That's going to do it for the grateful thing. I'd I'd like to leave you with a quote for the homeless because being homeless does suck. I know that is a quote from Benjamin Franklin that I'd like to leave you because this quote helped it helped me a quote. Certainly rings true for me. I am for doing good to the poor but I think the best way of doing good to the poor is not making them easy in poverty but leading or driving them out of it. I observed that the more public provisions were made for the poor the less they provided for themselves and of course became poorer and on the contrary the less was done for them. The more they did for themselves and became richer that is done by my favorite founder. The German Franklin now. I hope that you got something out of this by next. One is going to be desire. We'll get to that on the next rendition of this here. Webinar and Okay..

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14:10 min | 2 years ago

"richardson" Discussed on South Of Richardson

"Hey everybody how are we doing today? I am so glad that you all decided to stay in joining. We're doing something a little bit different than I'm not used to doing. We're GONNA do a Webinar. I'm not really calling the webinars. More like a really really really long cast. That's basically what I'm calling it and Just to give you a little introduction on what is going to be about is basically success hacks in seconds now if you failed well let's put it. This way failed if you perceive that you've failed at being successful at anything. It's all right. It's really not your fault. You probably really don't understand the definition of success and it's real easy definition of it and success is just someone who has a plan or a goal a desire if you will. They take put that desire into motion moving into action which takes goal setting right. That's that's that's the gist of it. And that's what I'm gonNA show you how how to do today. Real real simple now. My goal is I want to help people who wanna find their purpose their desire and who want to chart their own course without falling victim to negative self talk lack of planning or conforming just societies limiting beliefs. That's usually what happens to us. Is that we just conform to the ninety five percent. That's usually what happens. Now my goal from this webcast well the only way you find your purpose your desire to judge. Her own course is through success packs as just the way you have to do it and I'm going to show you three top three now. There's if you listened to Napoleon Hill. There are thirteen principles of success. I'm GonNa give you the first three because I believe the first three are the ones that they pump you up. They go and they move in the right course. And that's what you need and today I wanNA show you really really fast how you could get success running through your veins right now. I mean right now well. My Name's irks term. I am certified law of attraction life coach. I also decided I was going to up the ante on it and I went and I got my cognitive Behavioral Techniques Coaching License. So I can use your thoughts in your emotions to guide you in the right direction. Now I did I get here well. That's kind of a long drawn out story that will give you the the little quick gist of it. Around the turn of the century. I guess it was around Ninety Eight. I was out in Colorado helping my dad. Put my brother through cult. Now when I was out there I was twenty five which is no reason to some young kid. I was twenty five year old man but I didn't have my track together. I was in disaster of a mess and I was out there. I let the pressure get to me and I fell into a horrible horrible about Abaco of alcoholism did eight me up. Beat me up really really bad and a cost well. It costs me relationships with all my friends with my family was it was. It was very bad and what had happened was I ended up having to move back home now. Imagine how that was out there for like three years by this dire? Mind like twenty on about fifteen grand in debt. I'm moving back in with my daddy. So on the twenty two year old man boy living with his dad all right so talk about massive depression and being at the bottom of of of feeling horrible about yourself. That's exactly where I was at. It was not a good time for me. I had a crap job was going nowhere. I Live with my dad. He's up my ass rightfully so he should have been and I was telling eight years old. Had No home. No nothing no call. It was absolutely just as I was a wreck. I was a complete utter wreck and I couldn't take and it beats me down and I went out and went on a two day bender. Never forget when I tipped that bottle of never forget thinking while sitting Ted baller tip in that bottle of I guess I'm homeless and two days later when I decided to go back home album. Yup I went their doors locked. Yeah almost off. I didn't have anything anyway but what I did have was in little bags and outsides Zia and rightfully so deserted. I deserved every bit of it. Had Nowhere to go. I didn't know what to do where to go. Who to talk to you? And at that time I didn't have anybody to cause I had really pretty much shown my entire family and my friends so on and so I will sort it beaten feet down in a I live in St Louis and at the time I was living on the hill which actually was one of the things that was very grateful for because I knew a lot of the people around there so I knew I wouldn't go hungry. I could actually be able to eat steal bread. Whatever it was I did and I did steal bread. I don't I'm ashamed other but I did. I stole bread. Eat ahead too. So as Warner around I came across this field. It had a bunch of burned out cars in it and had nothing else to do noses. September right September late two thousand September two thousand and I had nowhere to go in. Saint Louis whether it's hot it's Kinda crappy. It's not real hot. I was lucky. I was grateful that it was timber though because September insane Lewis. It'd be the most of the time it's kind of like fallish warmer than fall kind of fallish range every now and again but it's not too bad it could have been a lot worse could have been wintertime. Wintertime here sucks. It's not. It's not pleasurable to be outside in it so I was. I was grateful for that and as I was walking. I stumbled across this field. Had I don't know probably fifty sixty burned out abandoned vehicles in. Well I was like well I I had to find a place that was. I considered safe to sleep that no one would mess with me because I didn't you know I know nothing else a week out. I had no muscle mass. Nothing pathetic so I went in and found a found a car old dodge Omni man was burned out. Hatchback still remember the smell of everything's all moldy been reined in. I mean it was nasty. The seats roll whore up and beat up just ripped in. The foam was hanging out Springs and ship. We're hanging out with the thing and I had nowhere else to go and it was safe. It was inside this little group of other cars so you had to climb so I could hear people come in and if anything like that was having a safe place for me to at least crash out now during the day obviously you know you got walk around and I was in no shape to work. What else I had. I was a disaster so I would go spend most of the days especially if it was hot. I'd go and hang out at the library. You got three hours of computer time so I would go up there and just go through a news feed my emails and use the. Ac is basically what I was doing. Well I happened to be scrolling down and I seen this this little thing on well gratitude and what that means and I had I was reading it and did a video pop up and it was this guy called Bob proctor. I don't know if you know who he is. Mainly he started talking about how thankfulness and being grateful really opens up the floodgates and I really didn't. I had no idea what he was talking about but at the time I had no job had nowhere to live does the only thing I could. Zingo was okay. Well he said to go get yourself a piece of paper and write down five things that grateful and so I did and that catapulted me out of the life of homeless right now. How does all that apply to you? Real simple if you're starting you're probably starting off better ninety. You probably still house then. He had nothing man living in the back of a car. I had nowhere to go other than what I seen there. Now you guys are probably okay. You know I mean yeah you're you're probably Donald Luck and I'd get feels it's awful but hopefully you still have a roof overhead me if you don't that's okay because it doesn't have to stay that way. Use Your gratitude us. What I'm going to explain here in a minute how to do it now. I know this stuff works because this is what opened up for me all right. This is what started the attraction of everything that I want. I know that grateful for what I have. We'll bring that to me so let's go over. What all we will cover in this seminar. Okay and well sentencing on what so what we're going to cover we`re. GonNa Cover how to use gratitude to open the floodgates attraction. Then we're GONNA use how to find the true purpose how to find. Your desire will walk you through that. You can't treat seem to figure out what you really really want to do. There's a method that you can go through and I'm GonNa show you elect to and then what else we're going to show. You is how to bring desire into reality. Which is goal setting a goal creation? I don't like goal setting every says goals. Muslims don't do go creation will different actionable. You can do things right now today. And that's what we're doing trying to show you get moving today. No reasonable way was made having. So how do you use? Gratitude told the floodgates of attraction now some people think and when I say some people I'm meaning the Gen xers you know people might be forty seven forty eight all right and they don't understand how success how success sex how success in seconds what work they don't they don't really get it very very close minded and closed off to this type of but let me let me just jump in here and I I kind of wanted to see. It's kind of an author's note if you will as I was saying I've been on this earth for forty seven years old. Well both as May for years. I don't a lot. I've failed most of succeeded view. Now the ones that I have been able to succeed at and gain a foothold and then pushed through what I consider to be success in any way they all have one thing in common and that is I truly understood what I was doing and where I was going that was. That's that is relevant with everything I have ever accomplished. Successfully in my life is that I have known exactly where I was going to go now in this Webinar. I am explaining to you what I believe. Is the blueprint for making life. Much much easier and then I believe that this can help you. It is not that it can. It does help you accomplish impossible tasks what seemed to be impossible. They're not impossible. All you need is a plane. That is the number one thing. Need to be grateful. You need to have a goal and you need to have a plan to get to that goal. Those are the three things are needed. And guess what? Those are the three things that I'm going to be showing you today. All right those are the three things real simple right now. Happiness should not be a struggle. It just shouldn't okay. We live in the twenty first century. Man We should be it. Should BE ROSEN CRANE. Peaches and honey. Whatever you WANNA call it. That's what it should be. It's the twenty th century. We had tech coming out over WAZOO. This is just amazing because we still struggle as we still start we have. We have those emotional things. We think a lot. Kind of drags up but it's Today's world. It's it is a struggle for most of us to keep our heads above water and alone be happy. Happiness is a normal state that we should all strive to be in. Being happy is what keeps US grounded. So why do people suffer? The answer is simple. It's just a misunderstanding of what the universe actually wants. I know this misunderstanding. Sounds Pretty Elementary? Maybe even a bit silly but is it really think about it. Most people who are unhappy really have no idea why they are sure. Low BLAME OTHERS. The the system is stacked against them. That really couldn't be further from the truth. System wants to work for you. You're just not understanding what the system is looking for. What type of misunderstanding we're dealing with if you were just lazy and had no willingness to truly understand your situation then the struggle is self inflicted and you will suffer.

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South Of Richardson

09:04 min | 2 years ago

"richardson" Discussed on South Of Richardson

"Good morning it's another addition of south abridged. Thank you so much for tuning lacking and all that good stuff this morning. We're going to be talking about how to understand the meaning over the gods of the copybook headings without falling prey to the wind-borne God's the marketplace workplace. Now if you've never heard of gods of the copybook heading it is a poem. By a man named regard kipling. We'll be getting into who exactly he is here in a minute. We'll be getting into what a copybook. Heading news what he really is into as a marketplace place. And then we'll get into how that fits into today's world and then there's is really cool reading of this guy who reads the poem. I'm not going and read it. I'm GONNA posted on the post so that you can read it but I'm not gonNA rated not going to bore you with that horrible rendition of it. So this guy that I found he reads it very very well. And he's got a really cool idea of how it all fits into so I'm just GonNa leave that up there and you guys get check it out so all right without any further third to do I'm GonNa go ahead and jump into the world has seen this before and they have in fact. This poem Gods of the copybook headings was written actually a hundred years ago. It was written in Nineteen nineteen earliest published in nineteen ninety so the world got to hear about a hundred years ago. This is twenty nine thing and we are here again in this same exact situation for Mr Kipling. It wasn't the progressives here in the United Stages Ages Progressives for him it was the Fabian Socialist. Fabian Socialists are the European version of progressivism. So what really cover today. Is who is regarded kipling. What is copybook heading at what he is referring to as a marketplace and log in a lot more so who who is rumoured kid lean? He is the man and legend. He's a journalist. Poet Short Story Writer He was He wrote while he wrote the jungle book. Kim before he wrote Gods of the copybook headings he was very popular in the late. Nineteenth Century and the early twentieth century was really really popular in England. And he's not not like that now all know he's in fact it's because of this poem The world was moving towards Kinsey. Ism All these nasty nasty progressive ideas. Fabian Socialist ideas and the this poem is totally against all of that and that put him in a very bad light. I'm he on wars. And everything is writing. And then he started writing this type of stuff who no longer have none of that now. If George Orwell called him a Jingo imperialist imperialist and a disgusting individual. Yeah so I mean that everybody knows or will was a devout communists if not just socialist but I think it was pretty much a devout oh communist and now all this started in World War One. Killing in the beginning of World War One was a huge supporter of the war. US support he wrote Pro War pamphlets pass them out all the streets. He was very very his writings for the pro war. Effort was very very popular so as the war progressed that the government asked to become a propagandist for him and he was right on board with it. Unfortunately for kipling that it didn't last all that long he realized when he got on board as a propagandist and seen on the inside he realized. Holy cow this is not working is not working well and he. Seeing the you'll these young kids are getting sent to the solder and no one at the top seemed to really give a shit they didn't care at all and he really did not you. It really really turned his stomach and was not into that at all so now let's go ahead. Let's let's get into what this poll gods of the copybook. Headings what what it means. So a Lotta people always ask. What is a copybook heading in? I like to call it the book a truce. The reason is that a copybook. Book I off a copybook is something that Kids in nineteenth century Europe would carry with them and it was just a notebook and at the top of it. It would have headings and those were the copybook headings and it dull. The heading toward were age old wisdom virtues. Y'All like water will let you fire will burn. And then what they do is in those books it would teach them how to write out. It would teach them how to write basically they just over and over and over again repeat writing water wet you water will wet water. Wet You on the next page fire. Fire will burn. Fire will burn and taught the kids how to write longhand in nets what it was basically four and they would just do that down the entire page and it helped him memorize well a truth. Water will watch you and fire literally will burn you and if you have never heard the poem you'll understand what that means in a bit. Now we're going to jump into what he meant by the marketplace. And we call that snakeskin snakeskin and what is the marketplace well this is the place it's ruled by dishonesty in morality it's everything it just represents selfishness. Reckless doc was progress and overindulgence at the end the perfect example of this would be Washington. DC after the two thousand eight crash. And I say this because every city in the United States was pretty much devastated. The only one that was pumping in and was they were just skyscraper scraper being built buildings going up everywhere. Roads being fixed in the only place that was happening Washington. DC wonder why that was it because that's a little snakes. Morality pieces of crap patrol. The money was being funneled to that. They stole. That's exactly what all that was. And and like I said nowhere else in the country was any that happening only in DC. kind of kind of weird. That works on now. Now he kipling is a man who did pay his pits after after he seeing what was going on and how no one really seem to care about war he sees at screw all at and quit all that and he literally spent the rest the remainder of his life after he fell out of the good graces of every the remainder of his life. He spent cleaning soldiers graveyards. That's that's his penance. That's the way. He felt that he had to repay those people that went to slaughter that he sent that he felt that he sent there because of his propaganda his pro writings add ad eight. He felt horribly horribly guilty about all that and to pay his penance for that he just decided that for the rest of his life he would clean. The soldiers graveyards all across Europe. And that's what he did pretty amazing pretty pretty pretty the Beijing individual. If you've never read the The poem I'm GonNa I'M GONNA put it in the post read. It definitely read it. If you don't feel really go check out this youtube video of glennbeck reading it is outstanding. And he's got a really cool version of what he thinks. It means to fascinating just fascinating so mixed up. I think you should read or have your kids. Listen to this poem. Then explain to them why it is important that we learn from people like because he's lived this he knows exactly what is what was going on if he was alive. He'd be like Shit people when you do. Oh It's right here dude I wrote it. You just need to read that in. Follow that you know Air Force. Follow your tech data. There's intact data. You need to follow when you devote that. So it's clear to reading and listening to this amazing piece of history. That Mr Kipling Watts is society. He was living in uprooted itself from common sense and I decided that everything. That glittered was gold. A century has gone by. We find ourselves again doing battle with the gods of the marketplace. Will this time be the last time the evil and immorality claims the last foothold of freedom. Let's hope not and I hope you guys enjoyed. It was a lot of fun to do Now if you like I said you gotta go check out this this. This poem is just outstanding. So please go check it out like share. Those with your friends vig never heard it it. It's it's enlightening gene. All right you guys have great. Whatever today is Tuesday? We'll see how by..

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03:07 min | 3 years ago

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09:49 min | 3 years ago

"richardson" Discussed on South Of Richardson

"Hey, everybody going it has been a little while since I had done an actual podcast and I am excited to do it. And today's. Episode is a little crazy telling a little thing I watched not too long ago on that flicks. I think it's been around for a while old. A little outdated when it comes to that stuff put up the documentary was on the secrets, and the all traction, and I found it to be absolutely fascinated. And I thought it was pretty cool people on there who I had never heard of before. One of which was Bob Proctor. And he was kind of a cool dude. Cool old dude. So I just background. Look on him. Yeah. Come like a like what he did the Gallagher institute or whatever oils. Go check it out on YouTube. But anyway, I thought it was kind of neat. So I kinda did some blog posts on, and I decided to a podcast following. I'm not done with it. It's a pretty long extensive. Process to get through as far as the information because it's kinda it's new to me. That's why I'm doing it. That's why do this blog if you've never listened to me or this podcast before this, why do if I don't understand something I go over here and is right now. I find it interesting. I hope you all do if there's even anybody other. I don't know. But. That's what I do an atoll. I do I try to get down to simple as I possibly can make for myself at that kinda throw it out there and see people people want to hear about it from me. So anyway, I if you're one of those people go on Facebook page say, hi. The Facebook dot com slash south of Richardson to any of on there. Anyway, let's get back to this. So what exactly is the law of traction? Well. It's basically just putting out there that this is what you want. And you're basically just as they say in, in the movie, putting out there for the universe. So I mean, I guess you can say God or whatever you want with, that they say university, guess, to cover everybody's basis, which I get. But anyway. Just as the universe. It's really actually quite simple that we just got a stroll down here. Actually, it kind of goes by three three little civil words and it's thoughts become things and that's really true in it, it, it really is. I mean everything starts. Everything's been built twice if you really think about it, it everything has the Saint Louis arch the Eiffel tower everything because everything has been thought of in your head before you ever. Ever built it. So you built it in your head. There you go. They'll in your head. That's number one. And you physically. That's number two. So everything's been built twice. That's where thoughts become things. If, if a person thinks it they will move forward. Two wards making that thing happen, if that's what they actually desire. And that's something that. Is a big part of this, too. It's not just my wife thinks that, you know you just kinda go you say it over and over again and happens. No that has nothing to do with that. I mean, it does you do use that positive type of, of reinforcement is called auto suggestion over time. But. That's not what auto suggests is. It's not saying over get you have to desire this. It's not just about singing saying is not going to happen. You have to move forward. You have to progress you have to do things to make things happen. You just say, oh, I was that would happen, and it would happen. That's not the way this works that is phony, because a lot of people, that's what they take from and I don't understand how they do. But that's you know that's that's on them. They'll stay doing what they're doing and people who will learn to at least recognize what this is can actually move forward on no genius of this. I just started doing this a couple of months ago. I say it's pretty it's pretty fascinating the way you start to see things when you learn different. Keesing kion, Andy, this things that you can see is pretty. Pretty fascinating and what was down does a. We'll just kind of put this out here. It's kind of like it was one of the things that was on the secret, and it was like a the, the problem that, you know, an ordinary person would have. And like it's like this say, hey, go into the mailbox every day because, you know, there's going to be, you know, just Bill after Bill waiting for you in lo and behold, you get to the mailbox and there's nothing the bills and the reason for that. Well is you're anxious about bills. That's what you're thinking about. You're putting out there and you're not only thinking about it. You're just climbing out there. I mean, that's all you're anxious will exactly that your body just all flipping out. It's all about vibration and all that stuff is I'll cover that as we go. But that's down the road. But what, what it is? It is about that good vibes each stop with the anxiousness stop that. Okay. And here's the solution, you know, you combat that, that simple you to stop thinking about the bills and debt to stop above. Stop that sit up a repayment plan with whatever it is to repay the debt and then forget about it, and then go think about money and being prosperous, not worrying about. I don't worry buddy that just set it up take care of it. But then don't think about this move on, and get your life and gear, and gull all that's in the past. That's a lot of things. They look at that, and they go to look at that big pile of a bills go shit. You know, this is what I've become. Well, no, no, no, none of those over right now. Go fuck it. So playing still that shouldn't a back. And then go forward move forward with it. And you know, yes, that's just getting taken care of, and now thing about money, and now we're making being prosperous. That's, that's how the law of attraction works, whatever you are thinking about. You become thoughts become things. So what you do you twist that for every negative thought there's a positive. So when you feel yourself thinking, oh shit at all. At think, well, okay, we'll do you have gratitude of big one that's as you're feeling this, this is a big part of how the law of traction works? And there are three steps to and let's run down three steps, and then we'll get into. A little bit of how each one works in the subs- really, really simple. They're not a hard thing. And it's, it's russillo. Just ask yourself as yourself earth. What are you really want? And when I say, what are you really want? I mean you're dying and you have. You have a week to live. What do you want? What do you want? That that is what you will really really want. So as for that, and it doesn't matter how big is it makes no difference? How big it is. And we'll get into that a little Deavere too. But it doesn't matter that does just ask for it, okay. The next up to that in his is believe believe you are ready own it. Habit possess. It whatever it is. You ask or believe it is yours and walk through around think about every day. Think about just about how it is yours already at how you go, if it's a motorcycle how you wrote it to work today, isn't matter, whether you did or not you believe that you did that is ethically. Ethically important because it, it, it lines your, your thoughts with what the universe is going to bring you in. It's very important that do believe that and is very important that you visualize. That type of thing. Now after you've asked, and you've visualized than in you. You believe that what you've asked wars are you're gonna receive it. And basically, all you'll basically have to do to set around and basically wait for it for the most part, now, these things will come to you in different ways. It's not just all I put it out there, and it comes to these are gonna come to you in inspiration, kinda like your six type cents, and it won't be just bloomed there it is. It'll be subtle, hints, and you'll have to be able to jump on them the, the universe has to like. Really quick responses it enjoys that. So when you recognize something you need to immediately jump on top of it..

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01:44 min | 3 years ago

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"Real education. There are tons of stories about very successful people that have little to no schooling at all yet, they invented or discover something fantastic. Henry Ford comes to mind. I'm going to be a bit selfish and myself in here, not because of done anything special other than live this method of learning, and it works. I'm a veteran of the greatest air force is planning to ever seen when I was in basic training. It was just that basic then off the tech school. It is just like it sounds technical. This is where we learn our AFC or job after tech school, you enter the real air force as a young airman. I was ready to change the world. Just let me add them now, so fast young one that's fast. What was my first job in the real air force learning how to use our technical data system, this system is where every job that is performed on my aircraft and is written down in word instamatic forms. This is my job for the first two months on station reason. If I as a new troupe was left alone on shift with. No supervisor is a three level can still navigate through a job. I was unfamiliar with why. Because I had the general knowledge to know where to find the specific knowledge I needed now after sixty days on the job, I am at least competent enough to be self sufficient, allowing me as a new airman to be less alone to tackle any task that may come up recognizing as I read the story of Henry Ford that I had been taught and used the same technique. I can assure you this method of education is far superior to what we are putting out in public schools today. Thanks for watching please

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01:44 min | 3 years ago

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"Knowing where to find knowledge, real education. There are tons of stories about very successful people that have little to no schooling at all yet, they invented or discover something fantastic. Henry Ford comes to mind. I'm going to be a bit selfish and myself in here, not because of done anything special other than live this method of learning, and it works. I'm a veteran of the greatest air force is planning to ever seen when I was in basic training. It was just that basic then off the tech school. It is just like it sounds technical. This is where we learn our AFC or job after tech school, you enter the real air force as a young airman. I was ready to change the world. Just let me add them now, so fast young one that's fast. What was my first job in the real air force learning how to use our technical data system, this system is where every job that is performed on my aircraft and is written down in word instamatic forms. This is my job for the first two months on station reason. If I as a new troupe was left alone on shift with. No supervisor is a three level can still navigate through a job. I was unfamiliar with why. Because I had the general knowledge to know where to find the specific knowledge I needed now after sixty days on the job, I am at least competent enough to be self sufficient, allowing me as a new airman to be less alone to tackle any task that may come up recognizing as I read the story of Henry Ford that I had been taught and used the same technique. I can assure you this method of education is far superior to what we are putting out in public schools today. Thanks for watching please liken share.

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02:09 min | 3 years ago

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"Memorial Day, a click reminder here, just a few facts about Memorial Day. I thought we should remember decorations day some historians say the decoration day is what not what we now call Memorial Day in the south mainly in the mountain regions, decoration day is still recognized in these rare occasions. It is usually a family owned graveyard. These family owned graveyards hold the remains of family ancestors from long ago, fought wars, and much more. Recent ones as well. The celebration is a lot like today's more modern Memorial Day. In fact, the turn potluck Dhiraj from decoration day, celebrations Memorial Day moral, they was first used in eighteen eighty two it was officially adopted in nineteen sixty seven however, this slowly option in the tournament Morial day, began right after World War, Two Memorial Day became the awesome three day weekend. We all know in love when congress passed the uniform Monday holiday act in nineteen sixty eight the modern day holiday, the twenty first. Century version of this great and important day has lost his lesser for most vets in two thousand and two the VFW put out a statement, changing the date merely to create three day, weekends has undermined the very meaning of the day, no doubt this has contributed a lot to the general public's nonchalant observance of Memorial Day, congress passed the national moment of remembrance. This Bill suggests that people stop fifteen hundred or three PM and observe a moment of silence for our fallen soldiers as the flag is raised on the morning of Memorial Day. It is briskly raised to the top of the staff. And then slowly and solemnly dropped to half staff, only until noon as vet I do take this holiday, a little more seriously than most. I am not asking people not to have fun and enjoy the beginning of summer, I would just like people to remember why they are eating burnt barbecue, and drinking lukewarm beer, and maybe just maybe a fifteen hundred or three PM. We could have just a moment. Silence. For the brave. Men and women that had died to give you freedom to enjoy this great country. Thanks for watching, and please can share.

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South Of Richardson

05:41 min | 3 years ago

"richardson" Discussed on South Of Richardson

"Subside. Hey, everybody how we do in. I'm eric. This is south Richardson. And today we're going to be talking about making the turn Kito style. What do I mean by making qudos style? Basically just what you can eat during the day. Now, I'm not talking about dinnertime dinnertime to me. I this is my Kita there's all sorts of different Tito's. This is the way I do my Kito. And I'm sure everybody does Kito different. My wife does her version of it, you know, and we just kind of kind of mix it together. But this is my version, and this is well, this is my pocket. So I'm gonna tell you what I do think about that. Anyway. Okay. So how to make a third Kito style. Miwa either. It is dinners are the meal that I enjoy the meal that I sit down I cook. It's good the night we had steak with a blue cheese dressing or a top of it all menu. He don't always beautiful. So so good, it tastes good. This is good. Yeah. And you also grease and stuff on the side. But obviously was the prize. It was so good. But during the day when you're at were y'all run around eating Kito running around is doable. But you have to do some planning man there has to be you had to have some type of meal plan to go. Because if you don't you're gonna be stuck out, and especially if you to your holy shit, and you'll go to McDonalds and you'll fuck up and you'll you'll just you. Straight up by cheeseburger, and you will eat because you're hungry, and you're not thinking, hopefully, you'll take your bunk off cheeseburger, but the best way to run into your L. This man is to. Quick meal. Prep. I do mine on Sundays. I it's real quick as simple. I don't really eat lunch. I eat my breakfast is my launch. So I just kind of pack everything into a big breakfast. And then I come home, and then I eat them. But. Let's get into what I make for my meal throughout the day. And it's it's all things I'm meal. Prep. Just one thing for the week. And that's the my main course, my main course, this week was sausage egg and cheese, low, carb tortilla wraps. That's where they're great. They're easing the amid hold onto them. I'll put the recipe of on the blog posts. But yes. It's like six aids pound sausage. Jeez. It up rolled up in her. What I like to do is keep mind. The refrigerator for the week. I used to I used to freeze them. There's a certain way to do it. You can do it where the turn out all hard at the end. But I just think it it works. Good morning. Pop. It out put it in module. You're fifty five seconds. Boom. Good breakfast. Now. My the launch part of what I pack. I take berries, strawberries, blueberries slices cheese I like pepper Jack project like spicy. So I take some slices of that. I'll make a salad sometimes it, just whatever. But for the most part, I prob- by might main thing that I'm going to eat on the road. It's like I said it's usually a burrito because it's simple and you can get low carpets. He's mission though card for two is great six grams carbs, I in my line of work during the day. I tried just bowls just age size of the cheese balls. And that was great. But the problem is the light of work. I do in the mornings man, I have to have some type of carb because I'm constantly moving. And I found that if I don't eat carbs, and I eat straight proteins it. I started to Rulli really hit a wall pretty pretty late Idia are pretty early in the morning. I'll hit a wall, and I just can't move. So I had to have some type of cards in there. And that's why use the tortilla wartime grade. Right. A shoot man by time. I get home. I'm just starting to get hungry. You know, it's not. Terrible. And my wife comes home free close right after I am we start dinner in lieu, and we're done. But, but it is important that you meal plan that very much. So like, I said, I I'll put up what I do more specifically in the blog post. I just kind of wanted to come out here and show you how I do my Keno. And like I said I wanna hear from no damn Kito Nazis. Stay off this. You people are crazy. And from what I can get from all the Facebook comments that the morning doing Kito, you're on they're trying to sell shit from those parts where I see they're not even doing it. I don't care. This is my version is what I'm doing. And quite frankly it works. It works at a champ. I dropped forty pounds wrong. I'm working out to and I may even have some of that stuff on there. That'd be kind of fun to watch Maya my out of shave ads on a treadmill time. But I'm not sure you wanna be a good time for you guys. To watching see this rush. Green body mind. Yeah. Whatever. Why thrown up, and I'm sure there's some other people in the audience that are thrown up anyway. Yeah. I think we're gonna go ahead and cut her off on there. I think I got everything if not I'll add some to y'all have going, and hopefully I'll hopefully you download next time on their.

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South Of Richardson

06:26 min | 3 years ago

"richardson" Discussed on South Of Richardson

"Hey, everybody. How you doing? I'm eric. And this is south of Richardson today, we're gonna do a little show on pest control. It is springtime summer dried around the core and hell with it being spring. Everybody knows in Jefferson County. The mosquitoes are coming. So I thought I thought that being said, especially where I live live kinda down in the hole in the woods with a creek on the side of my on the other side of my fence there, and there's a lot of St. Lawrence of John I live in law mosquitoes. So every spring every summer sitting out back is just it's it's a pain. Yeah. I mean, I don't like wearing all that off on it still alive. We're in that kind of stuff. So I try not to do that. You know, we we break out all the all the naturals dove. We can but there's so many. I mean, it's crazy back here. So this year, we're going to do some things I kinda covered. The now it might enjoy video to this pillow stuff you want to go check that out. It's a it's it's pretty good some stuff we do. Just kind of warn them off in some things I'm gonna do this summer in the future. But yeah. So let's go ahead enough in get on into this here. Basically, I broke down his own section tear. The first one would be just your flat. Insects at a, you know, their your basic flies. Your household flies. You're both lie. You're gonna fly into fruit flies of your main flies. Here observed like everyone United stage, but the crazy thing is the both live. And if you see those law, yet, some some dead Roger property versus carcass or any kind of a cruel little little thing. It's out there the NCI as types of where next thing crickets, you got the camel in the field camel trick freaky. Look, man. A little stubby Stobie grain as alerted the advantage. If you're spiders y'all hear here, the no ASA your big ones that you're black widows in your brow loses. You'd be real careful. Those black widows yellow your your black, obviously with the little red. Hourglass up underneath their mandate. Those are treating got Brown fluid, which looks like a violin. And are extremely dangerous. Yeah. So guy go find little story about the black. Widow though, man, I was in year force out states dot North Carolina for brag. And I just got narrow it was like two thousand four that fast tap now. One of my buddies decide he's gonna throw a party. And so I was one of the new guys. Okay. Man Tamang over of party that you can help clean up though for your women do y'all on new miniature. So what have I when my you're the new guy duties, so when over there helped clean up jar? I had no idea that whole North Carolina is horrible North Carolina. Guess is a lot like, Missouri. When it goes black widows because there were black widows I played up. He always had parties in his backyard. Yet beer bottled beer cans all over there. We were gonna have like family people over so kids and stuff. So, but what my job was to clean up all the beer bottles and beer cans me, and I picked up a a beer handed in sitting there for us for a long time pre up flipped it over. And all I had I toss ice cream a little girl van all beagle. Fab Blackwood on their vascular shit out of me off off your I annoyed assorted really paying attention to the cave of stuff that I was picking up and all their everywhere. And it was is pretty terrifying. If you're thinking about mandated because mobile for are dangerous mandate in really, really really Jack you up then the last thing I have on here is the the state bug. And from what I gather from the research that I have done on the safe relatively new year two thousand ten I think some around there is when we I really haven't noticed them. It was up in the northeast and. Yes. The giant who has not no. The the first invasion. That's for. Sure. But there. Yeah. Mandy, stink in everywhere. Tons of. So when I do I made a Notre post for these state bug guys because this kind of its own little entity are so new so I kind of wanted to I did all I want to know too. And I wanted to try to my house or everywhere, and I find out some things, and I tried some things and luckily, they're pretty successful. So if you check out the blog post, there's the thing under learn more about the invasion of the problem or visiting it's its own separate little post that I've traded for this, and it's got some self and I did to help demo- guys out here. So yet go check that out pretty good. Oh, pretty good information there. So the next guy's on our our littlest hero the sting in six which basically, you know, you're Hornets vs your yellow jackets and things like that. Visuals rooting for me because I don't really consider them pasts for the most part. I understand the allergies or something in. I know some of these little guys can get your house name. They can be a nuisance. I'm standing at. I don't see them as a problem for me. I'm really, I'm allergic. But I like the bees and things like that. And. I'm also when adults I know not to go jacker our them too much. If you have kids, I I completely, and that's why I put him on here in kind of listening down. The ball face morning, which apparently will mean little shit. Yeah. He'd mean little guy from Iran on it. After Bumblebee, you know, lead got the honeybee, obviously, I Honey bees for the ecosystem and things like that. You know, yet yellow jackets introduces the yellow Jay, thanks, enter the little shits fly around your soda got real sting in the mall. Yeah. I just kinda listed those guys on like I said, I don't really give them passer going the adage stance yet algae that I there's a cool will Bob. Wimpey's that that has good information on how light keep those guys infested IGA of Lakos click on that check Dowd's these boggles here.

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