35 Burst results for "Second Nature"

Ask Your Kids to Read 'American Marxism' and Read a Book of Their Choosing

Mark Levin

01:14 min | 2 weeks ago

Ask Your Kids to Read 'American Marxism' and Read a Book of Their Choosing

"And I just want to reiterate This is a great book to give to your kids Even your kids in fact especially the kids that don't agree with you politically And here's the deal that you make with them You should listen I will read the book of your choosing You give me a book that you think I should read It explains where you are politically or what your concerns are politically and sort of flushes things out For you so that I understand where you're coming from politically and you read a book of the same nature that I provide to you And this is a way that you as a parent with your children who may disagree with you politically and God knows there's a lot of that out there I'm one of them This is a way for you to continue a dialog instead of all the shutting down and cancellation and the whole oh I can't talk to you because you press and these children of ours are learning that their parents are not worthy of their time or patience or even love it's an undermining of the basic structures of the family in this country in an judeo Christian society There's a reason for the fact that the socialist hate religion And they're trying to undermine the basic bonds of our relationship with our children

We're One Week Away From Joe Biden's 'Get Vaxxed or You're Fired' Policy

Mark Levin

01:24 min | 2 weeks ago

We're One Week Away From Joe Biden's 'Get Vaxxed or You're Fired' Policy

"That is absolutely what the administration's usual over COVID-19 vaccine mandates is So here we are a week from today you get the ocean roll that goes into effect So wait from today all employees who are for companies with a hundred or more employees and states that haven't passed their own laws protected employees from these mandates but they potentially what get fired and that's kind of where we are right So it's interesting Not only in terms of the consistency of the Biden policy like with the travel ban that is now being lifted with South Africa but isn't it interesting that they also decided to wait until after the holidays to have this hit Which just speaks to the simply arbitrary nature of this anti American mandate I mean think about it If it is such an emergency that you need to be vaccinated you need to be jabbed with whatever the hell they say you get injected with it However many times they say you're going to get injected with it or you should lose your career You should be fired You deserve to be fired It's that big of a deal but not until January 4th What sense does that make Where is the logic

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Nick Searcy Stars in New Film 'Capital Punishment' About the Jan. 6 Rally

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:54 min | 2 weeks ago

Nick Searcy Stars in New Film 'Capital Punishment' About the Jan. 6 Rally

"Sitting in for doctor G and we are gonna get right into the thick of the invented insurrection with one of my favorite actors and an all around awesome American Nick circe who is the star to the extent it's a star thing of a movie called capital punishment, capital with an O like the building where the insurrection didn't happen. Now, this movie Nick was and you showed us clips that were out visiting in California before, by the way, did you migrate already? Well, where one foot in and one foot out? Oh, Kevin, outpost, established, and we're going to be spending a lot of time there over the next year. But we'll be back and forth. Okay, so that's kind of good. So you can infiltrate in and out of occupied territory. Yeah, and when the whole state collapses, we can just go, okay, I guess we can't go back. Or you just appropriate Barbra Streisand's house in Malibu or something. I've got my eyes on some places I might take over when it comes down to it. But the movie capital punishment is about January 6th. More importantly, it's about what they did to our people after that. Now let's not deny the fact that there were some people who did some really bad and stupid things violently attacking law enforcement officials. There were also a whole lot more exponentially more people who were there doing protected political speech and who ended up getting scarfed up in one of the worst abuses of power. I've seen in my lifetime, and who now are in an American gulag. So tell us a little bit about what you wanted to show about that horrendous situation with this movie. Well, I was there on January 6th and really the reason the movie came about is because when I watched the news after I left there that day, I didn't see anything of what I saw. All I saw was the violence at the capitol that they showed us. They didn't show the huge crowds. They didn't show the people singing The Star-Spangled Banner and singing hymns and saying the Pledge of Allegiance. They didn't show the happiness, the joyful nature of the crowd. And so I started going what's going on? Why are they only showing this? And what we learned in creating the film is like, yeah, they were bad people doing some bad stuff, but they were also police officers doing some bad stuff. They're also people that were very suspicious individuals that didn't look like any Trump supporters. I'd ever seen that were instigating some bad stuff. They were also people there that probably worked for the FBI, a guy named ray eps and more and more of this stuff is coming out. And it came about as an exploration of what really was the story because I just knew from what I had seen that the media was intentionally leaving out a huge portion of it and lying about the other. They

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How Can Parents Protect Their Kids From the Deconstruction of Heteronormative Tendencies?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:20 min | 2 weeks ago

How Can Parents Protect Their Kids From the Deconstruction of Heteronormative Tendencies?

"Okay, it's deconstructionist in nature. It's about trying to question heteronormative tendencies and behaviors, parents are super confused about this James. And they're confused because I hear well it wasn't like this when I grew up. What should the posture of a parent be of an 8 year old, a ten year old, a 15 year old, a 20 year old caution them appropriately, tell them what to be alert and aware of and what's the code words they should be looking out for? And then we'll get what we can do about it. Don't get there yet, but like, because we'll close my gosh. It's so difficult because this is so seductive. I actually have a podcast series I've been doing that I'm calling groomer schools because that's what's happening in the schools. This is sexual and whatever else grooming. And the communists have a handshake agreement with the pedophiles. I'm not even going to exaggerate. Yeah, go ahead. It's very much if you're a Lord of the Rings fan like I am. It's like the deal that saruman I know it's geeky. Sarman made with worm tongue. You know, go undermine theoden so the Rohan won't fight back, and you can have your pick of the girl. It's the same deal, but it's your kids. So what you've got to be telling your kids is you've actually got to be talking to them that this is nonsense and that there are boys and there are girls and it's not only okay to be a boy or a girl but it's very important to do that and that there are people who are going to use this to hurt you down the

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Doug and Rep. Mike Bost Discuss Veterans Affairs

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:48 min | 2 weeks ago

Doug and Rep. Mike Bost Discuss Veterans Affairs

"I'm glad you mentioned the fact that before you serve three of us were together all time may you Brad Wyndham and other than I'm talking to Brad real soon again, we spent four who all was there in the mornings on Wednesdays at my office. We all served different branches, of course, I'm air force. I wasn't a night before a short time to spend some time with the marines and Benjamin. Of course, Brad's army, your marine. But it didn't matter. It didn't matter that Brad and I were in Iraq and you what and it we understood the same ethos. Right. And I think that's important. And especially when you're dealing with members who call in and former members who call to your offices and want to deal with the VA and you're dealing with a new generation in the VA that are younger than me and you that are not used to that socialist and only socialist in a way of bad. I mean, the communal nature of the VA. They're more used to their own doctors and they want the benefits of their service, but they're looking for in a different avenue of transmission, I guess. And that's why a lot of the things we're working on and I don't know if you want to go there yet, but we're working on a lot of things that the VA is different. Right now we're working on well, first off, the application of the mission act, which unfortunately, what will happen quite often with bureaucrats is they will try to protect their turf. And the mission act as many of them think that that's privatization. It is not. It is the ability for the veterans to receive help if they're too far away from the VA, then they can receive the help in a private sector, or if they're going to baby waiting a long time, are the services are not available in the VA system that has beneficial to

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Edward O. Wilson, biologist known as 'ant man,' dead at 92

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 weeks ago

Edward O. Wilson, biologist known as 'ant man,' dead at 92

"A a pioneering pioneering biologist biologist who who argued argued for for a a new new vision vision of of human human nature nature has has died died former former Harvard Harvard professor professor Edward Edward O. O. Wilson Wilson died died Sunday Sunday at at age age ninety ninety two two that's that's according according to to a a tribute tribute posted posted on on the the E. E. O. O. Wilson Wilson bio bio diversity diversity foundation's foundation's website website in in two two thousand thousand seven seven Wilson Wilson said said people people of of faith faith and and science science must must work work together together to to save save the the environment environment science science and and religion religion are are the the two two most most powerful powerful social social forces forces in in the the world world the the so so called called culture culture wars wars between between them them needlessly needlessly block block full full cooperation cooperation Wilson Wilson won won two two Pulitzer Pulitzer prizes prizes he he first first gained gained widespread widespread attention attention for for its its nineteen nineteen seventy seventy five five book book sociobiology sociobiology the the new new synthesis synthesis in in which which she she detailed detailed evidence evidence suggesting suggesting a a link link between between human human behavior behavior and and genetics genetics the the work work creating creating controversy controversy among among activists activists and and academics academics I'm I'm my my campaign campaign

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Scientific Consensus Pre-COVID Said Lockdowns Don't Work

The Dan Bongino Show

01:33 min | 3 weeks ago

Scientific Consensus Pre-COVID Said Lockdowns Don't Work

"So folks I was not aware of this that the scientific consensus pre coronavirus was that lockdowns were basically ineffective and there was no science to back them up And there wasn't just a couple of studies and natural studies out there in nature things we had done I was a lot of studies It was a large volume of material and a widely held scientific consensus that lockdowns were generally ineffective That there was no way to make them work matter of fact one of the stories I had read this week and it's Wall Street Journal piece It's called the fickle science of lockdowns Experts foresaw before COVID that the strategy would fail But the authorities embraced it anyway They talk about this story in the piece about how even on military facilities Where if there's ever a place you can institute a very effective quarantine lockdown that they point out that even on military basis what has been studied in China it's still wasn't that effective So you have to ask yourself that as Jim shaken has had there then why the hell did we do this Well the journal speculates here They say so why did they abandon their oppositional lockdowns Public health authorities Why rush to embrace untested claims of flawed epidemiological modeling Well one answer appears in a Johns Hopkins study from 2019 Here's a quote some NPIs are talking about interventions here such as travel restrictions and quarantine Might be pursued for social or political purposes By political leaders rather than pursued because of public health evidence

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Preacher Sean Feucht Finds the Silver Lining in the COVID Pandemic

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:49 min | 3 weeks ago

Preacher Sean Feucht Finds the Silver Lining in the COVID Pandemic

"Logs I'm talking to my friend Sean Foyt. He's in a hotel room, Sean. You need to get out into the streets, man. Stop hiding in this hotel room. What's up, with that? You just said something that reminded me. You probably know this because you're a student of revivals and everything. But I've written a number of times the story of George whitfield. I wrote about him in my book if you can keep it and then he's one of the 7 men in my book 7 more men and his story is kind of strangely similar, right? Like he's preaching in churches and then he's forced to go outside the church and when he goes outside the church and starts preaching like in a graveyard or whatever something happens and it leads to what can only be called revival. It's the first great awakening. There is something interesting, right? That COVID would force you to do something or would open the opportunity for you to do something that who would ever do? Who would ever go to the Golden Gate Bridge, whoever did this? And it kind of launches this movement. You find yourself doing this everywhere. You're doing this in Miami in a couple of days, December 31st. And then in 2022, you're going to continue doing this all around the country. But there has been a lot of pushback. I mean, that's what's the documentaries. It called super spreader. What's it called? Yeah, we're still working on the title, but right now, super spreaders kind of been. I think, yeah, Jesus Christ, super spreader, like Jesus Christ, superstar. So but you have to see that because this is unprecedented. There's something new going on. COVID caused this to happen. And I know that I just know that it gives you hope that God is doing something. You don't need to know exactly what it is. You just follow. You're just in the middle of it. Yeah. I mean, you know, I never in my wildest dreams would have imagined what we're seeing in America both the tyrannical nature of the government, the division, the burning of the cities, all that kind of stuff, but yet also I mean, Eric, we have seen, I mean, in the last year, we've gathered 480,000 people to worship outside. We have seen over I would say over probably 30,000, maybe 40,000 people come to Jesus. You know, in cities across America. We have baptized thousands of people. We've seen drug addicts save set free delivery. We've seen protesters that came to antagonize crumple to the ground at the altar. It's amazing the power of God that's being unleashed right

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Why You Shouldn't Fear COVID if You're Healthy

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:18 min | Last month

Why You Shouldn't Fear COVID if You're Healthy

"It's a fascinating question how has this year affected people? I've told you often how it is affected me. And all of it is dark I have to say, however, I'm telling you this fight in Americans. There really is. Not your liberal squishy American. But there's fight in half of America. God the liberal, it is so depressing because I know so many in their sweet people. But I have come to realize something as well. People have natures. Some people are born or rendered at a very early age afraid. Isn't that true? If you have a fearful nature, you're cursed. And the problem is that the afraid want to impose their fears on others. The issue of people having a nature is a very problematic one. Because it really raises questions of free will. To be afraid to have the ability to become less afraid. I do believe they do. Otherwise, why did God give us a brain? It brain life consists of your brain or your mind, really, versus your nature. For some, it's because they're too afraid, for others it's because they're too wild or they're too this or to that, but that is life. If you are afraid of COVID and you are healthy, you must fight it. There's something wrong with you. Please understand. There's something wrong with you if you're healthy and you fear COVID. There's something wrong with you if you don't let your kids play with other kids.

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Conservatives Believe That Human Nature Is Unchangeable

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:38 sec | Last month

Conservatives Believe That Human Nature Is Unchangeable

"So you must understand, when you hear the word progressive, the thing that they're actually trying to progress is human nature. One thing that is a massive difference between conservatives and leftists is we as conservatives believe in a fixed station of human nature. We believe that human nature is unchangeable. Now you can improve who you are as a person you can improve your character, but your nature, your natural operating system, it's there to

Are Conservatives Losing the Information Battle?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:58 min | Last month

Are Conservatives Losing the Information Battle?

"Welcome back to America first one on one with Jim Hansen. Okay, so let's you describe this effect my old boss has on people, the crazies on the screaming at the sky crazy and then the people on the people on the right who, well, the mean tweets. The tweets are so mean. Somebody came up to me at an event recently at a wedding and found a conservative who said, well, I don't think he should run because a lot of my friends don't like the tweets. James, I get really pissed very fast when I hear this. Why is it that our sites should be living in reality? I mean, we tend to be the people who don't even fantasy world. Why do people who vote Republican say the tweets but not look at the price of gas or the tweets and not look at 2 million crossing the border? Are we losing? You know about information operations. Are we losing the information battle on our side as well? We were, I think it's turned. I honestly believe that since right after 2020 when things were just Berserk, right? And the election was a mess. Everything was bad. And people were like, you know, we're never going to be able to do this again. But now, I think I see I see a change. I see a groundswell from our side of people who have had enough. And fortunately, between the vaccine mandates and the mass craziness and everything that Biden and his crew have been doing domestically, people are fed up. And so I think the idea of having somebody again who will fight. It is going to overcome that whatever, you know, pathetic reaction to the fact, well, Trump does mean tweets. Yeah, and he's also, if he gets back in office, which I think is pretty likely, he's going to burn things down that I want burnt down. That's why we need to. I'm saying, we need the berserker with the flame thrower in D.C. and it's got to be a lot hotter than the first four years. Oh, it's gotta be biblical in nature. I want Jen just con. The whole

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Dragonflies-Dragonflies Intro and Wrap

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last month

Dragonflies-Dragonflies Intro and Wrap

"A a new new report report says says the the destruction destruction of of wetlands wetlands around around the the world world is is also also threatening threatening the the extinction extinction of of dragon dragon flies flies dragonflies dragonflies are are found found in in wetlands wetlands like like marshes marshes and and swamps swamps dragonflies dragonflies are are on on the the International International Union Union for for conservation conservation of of nature's nature's latest latest red red list list of of vulnerable vulnerable species species the the group's group's Craig Craig Hilton Hilton Taylor Taylor says says they they are are not not only only beautiful beautiful during during tries tries to to especially especially in in the the larval larval stage stage in in the the water water a a really really key key predators predators in in fresh fresh water water system system today today Nadia Nadia address address please please lock lock this this feature feature and and it's it's a a very very nice nice misty misty tells tells me me dragonflies dragonflies are are also also a a food food source source for for other other species species the the report report says says the the problem problem is is wetlands wetlands aren't aren't awarded awarded the the importance importance they they deserve deserve people people who who dump dump all all sorts sorts of of rubbish rubbish into into weapons weapons and and they they often often seen seen as as areas areas that that need need to to be be replaced replaced because because they're they're not not suitable suitable for for human human habitation habitation of of a a disease disease helping helping Taylor Taylor hopes hopes the the red red list list update update alerts alerts the the world world to to the the urgent urgent need need to to protect protect the the wetlands wetlands and and the the wildlife wildlife they they support support I'm I'm a a Donahue Donahue

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Powerful Memories (MM #3912)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Powerful Memories (MM #3912)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. We all have people places things that provide powerful memories for us throughout our lives. It could be something so simple as the birth of a child, or it could be visiting a place like the Grand Canyon that you just look at its majesty and are just in awe of what can happen throughout nature. But one of the most powerful memories for me in my life wasn't something I was expecting to be powerful. It was visiting the USS Arizona memorial. The Pearl Harbor memorial, if you will, back about 20 years ago. Hard to believe it's been 80 years today, since we were bombarded by the Japanese at Pearl Harbor and our world changed, we entered World War II, and of course, well, you know the history. I was on vacation Hawaii, going to go to the Pro Bowl, could enjoy the beach and decided just to go to the memorial. And to be honest with you, I could have spent 6 8 hours there. Just watching and reading and learning and just staring into the water above the USS Arizona and hearing the lapping of the water during the lapping of the waves and just looking at that little oil bubbling still from that ship 80 years later. Truly one of the most powerful memories of my life.

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Powerful Memories (MM #3912)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Powerful Memories (MM #3912)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. We all have people places things that provide powerful memories for us throughout our lives. It could be something so simple as the birth of a child, or it could be visiting a place like the Grand Canyon that you just look at its majesty and are just in awe of what can happen throughout nature. But one of the most powerful memories for me in my life wasn't something I was expecting to be powerful. It was visiting the USS Arizona memorial. The Pearl Harbor memorial, if you will, back about 20 years ago. Hard to believe it's been 80 years today, since we were bombarded by the Japanese at Pearl Harbor and our world changed, we entered World War II, and of course, well, you know the history. I was on vacation Hawaii, going to go to the Pro Bowl, could enjoy the beach and decided just to go to the memorial. And to be honest with you, I could have spent 6 8 hours there. Just watching and reading and learning and just staring into the water above the USS Arizona and hearing the lapping of the water during the lapping of the waves and just looking at that little oil bubbling still from that ship 80 years later. Truly one of the most powerful memories of my life.

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CNN Releases Statement Over New Revelations About Chris Cuomo

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:24 min | Last month

CNN Releases Statement Over New Revelations About Chris Cuomo

"New documents released this week indicated that Chris was more into millions involved than previously known in helping his brother former New York governor Andrew Cuomo craft a defense amid a flurry of sexual misconduct allegations. Here's a statement released tonight from a scene on spokesperson quote the New York attorney general's office released transcripts and exhibits Monday that shed new light on Chris Cuomo's involvement in his brother's defense. The documents, which we were not privy to before their public release, raised serious questions. This spokesperson continued quote when Chris admitted to us that he had offered advice to his brother's staff. He broke our rules. And we acknowledge that publicly. But we also appreciated the unique position he was in and understood his need to put family first and job second. However, these documents point to a greater level of involvement in his brother's efforts than we previously knew the spokesperson added, as a result, we have suspended Chris indefinitely pending further evaluation. And I can not confirm or deny that Jeffrey toobin then yelled out, but Dodge that bullet. Here I am. I mean, you got to look it up. I don't want to get into the graphic nature of Jeffrey toobin's transgression. Look it up. How that guy has a job is unbelievable. They suspended Jeffrey toobin too. And I say that for a reason. Chris Cuomo's probably looking at Jeffrey toobin saying, wait a minute. You kept this guy? But you're firing me or suspending me because I was trying to defend my brother?

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Salvation Army Releases Racism Guide, Telling White Americans They're Racist

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:34 min | Last month

Salvation Army Releases Racism Guide, Telling White Americans They're Racist

"Is right everything they touch. They ruin. And now you must have leftists in the hierarchy of Salvation army, shooting themselves in the foot over. Why would they do this? Why do organizations think this has to be done? I just wish I could understand the thinking the mindset the destructive nature, the impulse to say, hey, white people, apologize. And incidentally, the Salvation army has put out another statement sort of denying this. I've seen the study guide. They can try to spin it. I've read the guide. It does say we recognize that it's a profound profound challenge to sit on the hot seat and listen with an open heart to the herd and anger of the wounded. And incidentally, I don't want to be oblivious to people who are hurt by racism. I just don't think ripping down a statue fixes it. I don't think burning down at McDonald's is the answer. I don't think letting violent felons out under the streets is the solution. Call me crazy. And I don't want to apologize for something I have no control over. I shouldn't apologize. I shouldn't apologize for being white any more than somebody else should apologize for being black or Hispanic. Eurasian. Or whatever you are. Why do they do this?

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Political Commentator Jason Watters Describes New Book 'How I Saved the World'

The Dan Bongino Show

02:48 min | Last month

Political Commentator Jason Watters Describes New Book 'How I Saved the World'

"Second Listen let me get right to your book because I loved it I was I got a copy got it early It talks about your time at Fox News from the beginning And listen I find this really hilarious I was looking through the book review It says that you divine quote great truths about the nature of our country while stumbling across beaches asking oblivious college students basic political questions Please if you could expound a bit on that Well one of the great truth I divine just by calling in within one second was because I have to cheat my wife when we have dinner reservations I have to say we have reservations at 7 when they're really at 7 30 But then they get kicked to that But then I've tried that with my wife but that may get hit to that stunt Then you have to back it down another ride No no really 6 30 I know that trick So tell it though tell us about the book It's a great book I found it hilarious Everything from the mom to eats to your time with man on the street interviews Really it's an interesting story of not just you but the whole media environment I know that the title of the book how I save the world is you know meant to be funny but it's a really interesting book So yeah so I used to be dispatched to all of these liberal precincts all across the country New beaches San Francisco Washington D.C. spring break And I would interview liberals in their natural habitat And what I found was that they are very insecure people whose lives lack meaning And in order to make up for that lack of meaning they project all of their insecurities onto the rest of us And they do that through control They do that through controlled and they do that through division And that's just in order to assuage their guilt and so they have someone to blame Because deep down Dan you know they believe this country was founded on inequality and racism And they need to be able to make up for that So they need to just demolish the country And they need to be in charge of remaking the country in a way that they see as just and fair Is it just and fair No of course not It's the same thing that's happening in Cuba You give up a little bit of your freedom in exchange for a life of comfort but it never works out all they do is control you and they dominate you And they try to just get into all of your life's little secrets and just nag the hell out of you until you say okay enough already And that's what they're doing right now They're just nagging us to death And enough is enough Sometimes you just have to act like a parent you're a parent You just say no Knock it off We're not doing this anymore And that's what this country lacks a little bit of a

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Brian Laundrie died of self-inflicted gunshot wound, attorney says

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

Brian Laundrie died of self-inflicted gunshot wound, attorney says

"A medical examiner in Florida has determined the cause of death for the boyfriend of slain travel blogger Gabby potato officials say Brian laundry who was found dead last month in a swampy Florida nature preserve shot himself in the head the Sarasota county medical examiner says it was suicide an attorney for his family says Chris and Roberta are still mourning the loss of their son and are hopeful these findings bring closure to both families laundry had been the subject of a manhunt as investigators search for clues in the slaying of his girlfriend Gabby potato in Wyoming during their cross country band trip laundry was named a person of interest in her strangulation death but he wasn't charged a warrant was issued for his use of her bank card after the twenty two year old woman was reported missing hi

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"second nature" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

Boring Books for Bedtime

04:21 min | 7 months ago

"second nature" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

"How an illustrious circle overcome by the artistic beauty of the forces under his command through aside his marshal's baton and his royal crown exclaiming that he henceforth exchange them for the artists pencil. How great and glorious the sensuous development of these days must have been is in part indicated by the very language and vocabulary of the period. The communist utterances of the communist citizens in the time of the color revolt seemed to have been suffused with a richer tinge of word or thought and to that era. We are even now indebted for our finest poetry and for whatever them still remains in the more scientific utterance up these modern days section nine of the universal color bill but meanwhile the intellectual arts were fast to gain the art of site recognition. Being no needed was no longer practiced and the studies of geometry statics kinetics and other kindred subjects came soon to be considered superfluous and fell into disrespect and neglect even at university. The inferior art of feeling speedily experienced the same fate at our elementary schools. Then the isosceles classes asserting that the specimens were no longer used nor needed and refusing to pay the customary tribute from the criminal classes to the service of education laxed daily more numerous and more insolent on the strength of their immunity from the old burden which had formerly exercised the twofold wholesome effect of at once taming. They're brutal nature and thinning their excessive numbers year by year. The soldiers and artisans began more vehemently to assert and with increasing truth that there was no great difference between them and the ferry highest classes of polygons now that they were raised to inequality with the latter and enabled to grapple with all the difficulties and solve all the problems of life whether static or connecticut all by the simple process of color recognition not contend with the natural neglect into which site recognition was falling. They began boldly to demand. Then legal prohibition of all monopolizing and aristocratic arts and the consequent abolition of all endowments for the studies of sites recognition mathematics. And feeling soon they began to insist that in his much as color which was a second nature had destroyed the need to aristocratic distinctions. The law should follow in the same path and that henceforth all individuals and all classes should be recognized as absolutely equal and entitled to equal rights finding the higher orders wavering and undecided than leaders of the revolution advanced still further in their requirements and it lasts demanded that all classes alike. The priests and the women not accepted should do homage to call her by submitting to be painted when it was objected that priests and women had no sides they retorted that nature and expediency concurred in dictating that. The front half of every human being that is to say the half containing his. I.

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"second nature" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

05:48 min | 10 months ago

"second nature" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

"Really open gates of communication for people to feel like they can actually say things can actually speak up or can actually share a deeper part of a story that they might not. But if you ask the question. They're they're thinking. Oh you actually wanna know right because be like in this world. I'm kind of jumping further away for minute. But we've gotten a lot of Like second nature automatic response. Like the how. How's it going good. Nobody wants to the. Oh my gosh. Everything's terrible in this. Nobody wants to know. But nobody's gonna say no they're not from the get go at least no. It's like a rubber stamp. Oh i'm fine young just like that president here good like don't it up and actually it has come to not actually mean what you're saying you can't engage yea and so if i were to say like. Hey how's it going you're trying the cooling web. How's your family like how's the job. Like what are you up to lately. What are you looking forward to. It's more questions. But i'm giving you an opportunity to give me a real answer. Yes instead of the automatic fine riot right love it it no thank you for Emphasizing that point lauren. I mean that is truly truly Valid right. I mean this is something that's relative that people do today. I mean. how's it going. How how's your day going. Oh that's okay fine And that's not really not really engaging in You know part of our work that we do in trying to help people learn how to interact with each other. I you know. I'm sure you do this as well is to to. To to teach them and show them how to how to change their mindset in the way they respond when someone says how are you doing right and and the person who's asking it don't just ask it as a matter of routine be truly genuinely interested in how they are doing right. Absolutely there's also even individ if you are. If you don't necessarily have the power like you know you can change a culture. Yeah i'm just. I'm just part of this and my boss or the leader of this group. Whatever their versions of doing that to where are lit others. Little little ways right. Yeah yeah a different version when we use when we used to be able to meet new people that are more virtual now but you know there's also the other question of like nice to meet you name where you from right. I don't know how much people do the caradon. What do you do for a living like. What do you do like what do you do. And sometimes people care the sometimes. It just feels like these other questions to ask to get to know you and i sometimes have gone the route of out answer. I'm not trying to be sneaky and it around questions or try to be funny writing like that but you know when people might ask you like oh like what do you do like what you do. Well i i really like to draw there. You go. that's right to go for a walk. Sometimes it is nice. You know an office too hot. Those are things you do. I not not answering the question but it's also almost challenging the status quo. Yes if someone just like limit counted. Like how much do you have to go back to that. Most of the time..

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"second nature" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"second nature" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

"I'm really not. And i always feel like i have to say that i am but i'm really not if i have to think of one thing which is like super boring. I'm always looking for play clothes for my daughter. Just because that's fun growing out stuff and beats the stuff shrinks and so that's really it like maybe shirts and pants for my dot. I mean that's really not boring. 'cause you can find some amazing little outfits for her. Oh my gosh. I mean dot. Morton's are way more exciting. Well if i find ones that i won. You know we'll see. I gotta eat here. I got a year ahead of me for it. I'm excited for you. I really wanted after. I watch baby sitters club series on netflix. I really wanted the white chunky ones. Oh those are q. Like i never look like the white. When i was younger but i like them now. That's how i know shop goodwill had them. Because i was like i'm going to be like claudia. I'm searched must of you like thirteen year. Old girl and i searched for show platform doc martens and they kind of have they had a few white ones and i got yeah. They're expensive. But i mean if you compare them to how much they are in real life like totally much better. Yeah just a couple of reminders. You can join our twelve months of thrift challenge. This year as we said we're focusing on housewares you can get all the information on instagram or on my website dina's days dot com or listen to the last episode. Also if you are local to northeast. Ohio or ohio. In general we talked a little bit about the very important thriftier club. It is a monthly subscription club. Where you get monthly coupons to a bunch of thrift consignment and antique shops in the area. We also have exclusive invite only events and you get notifications of sales and cool fines and things like that if you are not local and still want to be part of the thrift club in some way we have something called the best three friend forever club. It's five dollars a month and your support helps fund the podcast and all of the research and content that we share with you across all the platforms best thrift friend forever. Vesa cutest name ever. I love it. Btf and if you are planning on shopping second hand for the year. If this is something that you were planning on doing would love to hear your goals and your plan and anything you wanna share about that. We would love to hear more about that. Okay before we go. Somebody left a really nice review on apple podcasts. And this person said that it will be super cool if you anonymous- anonymously. Put this comment in your podcast. So here we go. Here's your cue. Here's the review and we'll give a special shout out to this person anonymously. great podcast. this has great advice beautiful. Thank you for doing this podcast. I love it. Even though. I live pretty far from ohio. I would totally wanna three hundred you as a last piece of thrift advice. Only take cash specifically. You're spending limit if you'll need gasser..

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"second nature" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"second nature" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

"And even that one way will still not be perfect right. Let's talk about our own personal thrift goals for the year then shannon. You know. Because i was thinking before we got on here i was like. What's even on my thrift. Thriftless wishlist right now. And then i you know. I'm looking at twelve months of thirsting little graphic and it's getting me so excited like i'm just like i feel like my wishlist as of right now is literally the twelve once fifty like everything on twelve months of surfing and then so. I think i'm kind of just going to try to like. I've never tried to follow it before. Mostly 'cause close. Like if i find things that are in my size i get super pumped and i don't give a crap lake. What is on the list that month. You know what i mean. And i know that's not the point of it or whatever but like i really excited about the home edition in trying to find the things even if it's out of order like i'm just really pumped about finding things and have an all. These news drifted items in my home. And then plus one more thing. I really wanna find. Doc martens yeah story this year at some point like that's my main like my number one goal. Well i'll tell you what. I have not found them in person since the time you found them at goodwill several years ago however there are tons of them on shop goodwill dot com. Oh really so. They're taking them and put him on there. Okay but not just akron. Like across the college from your. Yeah it's like okay all right. I'm going to china there that yeah. I will my thrift goal and this was my goal when we recorded version. One of this topic is to continue to switch up my thrift route. I'm telling you. I'm like so pumped that i did that this month. It just changed. My perspective and life has just been groundhog day for the last year. It's so mundane it's so repetitive. And this was one thing. I actually did for myself. That was new fresh different and exciting. Oh that's good. Yeah so. I'm going to do that more and i'm excited because the thrift or club gives an excuse to do this. Heck yeah and my new partnership with goodwill gives me excuse to do this. Like i'm going to be going to ashland goodwill which is an hour away from me. Oh wow dame yet. Better be a good one even not. I'm just like you know. At least you'll find you'll find one thing that makes it worth it. That's that's that's what's fun is like yeah you might. You might not always find cart full of stuff but you'll find one thing that makes it worth it. Yeah hey what is the number one thing on your thrift wishlist. right now. i honestly nothing like dane. Can i can. I say nothing because not fair to be completely honest with you. I'm not really wearing anything in my closet other than like the same five things okay. I don't have any big house project happening. Okay i'm set on everything. Yeah nothing. that's really good. I mean yeah always have to be looking for something..

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"second nature" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"second nature" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

"Maybe switch that. And go to posh mark or gordon l. a. small business instagram shop. And see what they have or threat up or whatever your facebook groups oh my gods shopping on no big right now. Yes yes. I totally agree with you. There's been so many times where. I'll look at like cute stuff at target and i'll be like i bet if i just put in on posh mark like floral blouse or whatever you know like i can see all the different kinds that i can have secondhand on posh mark rather than just purchasing this one for twenty five dollars on target like i know it's still cheaper whatever but if we if we get away from constantly going to the fast fashion we go when we purchase it secondhand fast fashionable slowdown. Like if we stop purchasing it. It should slow down. Because i know that people get annoyed because they want to be in fashion. But there's so many times that fashions recycled anyway. But you can find an older style with the same kind of print on in in a second hand way like i think. It's always doable. Right and then if you find yourself on saturday afternoon you kind of walk around your favorite store and there's nothing i don't have anything against target or the mall or whatever but if you find yourself going there to kind of mindlessly browse maybe switch that up with thrift store once a month like switch your target run with a goodwill or local thrift store. Run and do that every month and then over time it becomes a habit and not right. I love it. You're saying just do that once a month because that way we're focusing on progress. Not perfection like this. This isn't going to happen overnight. Like take your time. Enjoy the journey like it's basically a treasure hunt every time you go to the thrift store it does not and will not and should not be a perfect journey like this is just life so check in on yourself every few months and see like is this journey working out for you. Do you like what you're doing. Change it up like dina's saying go to different thrift stores if maybe you've gone to the same stores a few times near never finding anything. Everything's different for everybody and you'll find what slows for you. Yeah and life changes. Your life is not going to be the same in six months you know right. The world changed last year. All through those who were wearing work clothes right like we talk about this all the time. Ninety percent of my wardrobe was work clothes and right now my life is different. I'm probably not going to go back to an office for a very long time. So it's like your goal for the year could have been. I'm only buying work clothes from a thrift store and then life changes and then you pivot and you you adjust your goal and you focus on that progress and and not perfection. And i think this is where a lot of people give up thrift. Dang or get discouraged by drifting along the way because they want it to be this perfect image of sustainability and it never will be and we talked about this with abby. There are a lot of ways that we could be more sustainable in our lives and this is one way you can do that..

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"second nature" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"second nature" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

"And some people understand this and put them into my plants ok but she put them in your kitchen. No then the olds would like throwing them away ahead. Kind of like hide them. But then i had them in plain sight and then it just looked really gross for like way longer than it should have probably maybe like a month or two and locate anyway. But i'm obsessed with redecorating. Those and i've been looking up like pinterest ideas on how to redecorate my shelves and blah blah blah. And then i was thinking like. Oh my gosh. I like drift some of this stuff. 'cause i was like starting to get on amazon and i was like. Are you seriously about to pay like you could get this for a dollar at the store. You just have to wait and find this cool because like some of the cool things i have on. My show is already worth if did so. I'm just like girl. Just chill out. 'cause you know how when you get something like that and your head you just gotta do right now. But that's just like. I think that's just like the world we live in now and like. I don't have to be like that like spend literally one hundred dollars if i go on amazon but if i go to the thrift strike. It's been like ten bucks yet. It's just being more intentional. We're so used to instant gratification..

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"second nature" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"second nature" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

"Take stock of things that you already own and prevents you from buying things that you don't need even if their second hand you don't want to pile of say vases in your basement if you you know you don't wanna be out there. Buying these is if you have them or vice versa. Maybe you have some old lake ones that you don't really think is your silo anymore. You want to get rid of them and buy a new one. It's kind of the thing where you're always talking about one in one out like if we're going to go and we're going to start looking for bases for the twelve months of surfing but i'm like i also need to get rid of visas that are in my storage because my like big thing. Right now is Redecorating my living room. And so the twelve months of thirteen challenge this year. I'm just so pumped about it. That i want to go out there and buy all of the months right now because i'm excited but but i know that i need book in. See what i've got. You know i gotta make sure of it. I'm not just like piling more crap into the house and then being like oh. I don't even have room for this. You know yeah. Yeah i agree. You're going to take on. You know this type of lifestyle or if you're setting a goal for the year where i'm only buying x. items secondhand i'm only buying kid's toy secondhand. I'm only buying clothing secondhand important. Of just seeing what you already have. And i know people always cringe when they're like know declutter and reorganize. It doesn't have to be a whole thing like it could just be a matter of like all right. Let me go take a look at all of my kids toys and see what the situation is. And are there things that we can get rid of maybe we need to kind of reorganize it a little bit so i can actually see what we have whatever that might look like for you just starting with like a clean slate is so important and if you're space spaces already organized great. You're already ahead of the game. Just go take a look at what you have and and take stock of that. And i love that point about the vases because yeah maybe there are some that. You're just like this worked for us in our old house. I thought it was gonna work in our new house. But i could could use something different. Let me swap them out exactly yup and then and then another thing that i love that you told me a while ago. Is that having like something nearby to have like a bin for goodwill so you're ready lately. I've noticed that my closet and my drawers are overflowing..

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"second nature" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"second nature" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

"Area where i feel like. We can cut back right. Instead of hopping on amazon every time and i'm interested in shopping secondhand for these things so it doesn't have to be all or nothing right right. I totally agree. And i think back to like the year that i said i wanted to shop second hand all year long. It was the same year that we moved so it was just like it was impossible for some things but i know that that year might typical self would go on say old navy and dislike order. A bunch of clothes in the fall order a bunch of clothes in the summer. And i know that. I didn't do that that year and i know because i change my habit that year. I haven't done it since so it's like these small things that snowball that help you. You know like you said. Save money become more environmentally friendly. Stop the fast fashion like if you just do a little bit every like do not even every year but every time you can think about it you can stop and think about it and you just do a little bit. It'll snowball in start to just become who you are and how you shop and i think that that is really important. Not it's almost like a diet like you can't do it all at once because then you know by january fifteenth year done like january first and i'm on a diet and i'm doing all the things and i'm working out all the you can't do it all at once but if you do a little bit at a time in a couple years you might have that twenty pounds off the you wanna lose on indolence labor outside pounds but whatever you know like like if you just small little steps get you where you need where you want to be. I totally agree because when people ask me sometimes like is everything you buy hand or how did you even get to this point honestly. It was just incremental. Like over time. I stopped buying brand new kid stuff. It just became a habit. it wasn't like one year. I just flipped a switch. And i said this is how i'm gonna live. You could totally do that. I know people who have done that before right. But i feel like the most authentic natural way is like you said slowly over time and then it doesn't even become you. Don't even question it. I mean that's why i keep saying make secondhand become second nature. That's literally how it feels for me. And i think that question. About what motivates you to do. This is really important. I'm all about like in motivation..

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"second nature" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"second nature" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

"Is the first thing i do before. I go to target so i don't really need to set this goal. Where on like all. I'm buying this year is secondhand because it's become a lifestyle but for those who've ever considered the idea of doing this and you've never done it before and you're still kind of getting started. We have a bunch of tips that we can share with you. Yeah i totally agree. I think that once you have ideas in mind of things that you wanna purchase and you want to look for It makes it a lot easier and then we have so many different avenues now because you know there was a lot of times where before i would like you said immediately. Go to john. But you can thrift from home. Like i can immediately go to posh mark and start looking for that item that i'm in need of or An and there are so many. You know there's so many more that posh mark but we can go to goodwill online. There's there's so many things we can do even though we are stuck at home. If you're not comfortable going out right now You can do it from home. And you don't have to feel like you're stuck because your home i and i think that's one of the most fun things is that i've been finding some funky stuff on like posh mark and sometimes threat up and Goodwill and i think that's so fun and it's definitely doable to be able to shop second hand all year long. I think that's a great point about all of the different options available to us now and more and more. They are instagram shops and vintage shops on instagram and facebook. So i mean. I can speak for myself right like i have shocked dina's days and you could easily just by secondhand without even having to log off the instagram app. So a lot of really easy ways. You don't even have to grab your credit card right like it's just yeah. It's more accessible than ever so with anything that you do. The number one tip. I would share for those who are thinking about shopping. Secondhand for the entire year is to set a goal right. And i like to consider these questions. Are you hoping to shop secondhand for all of your family's needs is it just clothing is that maybe just it's housewares like you mentioned shannon. You really wanna focus on twelve months of thrifty challenge hausler so any houseware related thing is going to be threated. Maybe it's just toys furniture gift. Are there certain things that you won't buy secondhand. And then of course you want to consider questions like what's your motivation for achieving this goal is it for financial reasons. Is it for environmental reasons. Is it creative reasons. But what i mean by creative reasons. As i've heard a lot of people say like i'm really sick of fast fashion. I'm really sick of wearing what everybody else is wearing. I need something more creative in my closet. I need a new fun challenge. I wanna go by more vintage. I wanted you more you know. Put more creativity into my outfit and into my closet so whatever. The case may be having a clear idea of what your plan is. We'll help you set realistic goals and expectations. And then in turn setting yourself up for success for the rest of the year. And i think this part is really important because when you say can you shop secondhand for an entire year. That doesn't have to be everything right like it doesn't have to be housewares. Kids kids clothes your clothes or your partner close. It can be whatever you want it to be and one of my favorite things when we interviewed my sister back in the day on the podcast and i think she was saying she wanted to shop. Was it holiday stuff. Yeah i think it was holiday stuff. And i can't remember maybe kids close right. Yeah it was kids clothes and holiday stuff where she's like. You know we really wanna save money..

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"second nature" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"second nature" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

"Shopping second hand for an entire year might sound like an ambitious goal but with a little planning and goal setting. It's totally possible. Welcome back to allow us. To re thrift reduce ourselves a podcast about secondhand style thrifty tips and sustainable living the podcast hosted by me dina and my best friend shannon where to lifelong treasure hunting friends. If you've ever considered the idea of shopping secondhand for the year we've got some tips to help you get started and some pointers on how to make secondhand becomes second nature. Keep listening for episode thirty four of allow us to re thrift reduce ourselves..

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"second nature" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"second nature" Discussed on KOMO

"Eastern Washington last Saturday, you would've had about 8000 fans watching Eastern Washington take on Idaho Vandals at the red carpet of Roose, Field, Eagle's head coach, Aaron Best in his football team. Trying not to think about what isthe tried to put my energies and our energies coaches into not worry about who we would have played. How could we make our our guys better? Like the rest of our state? The city of Genie and Spokane County are only in phase two of the safes start returned plant, which means Eastern's high contact. Sports are not allowed tohave full practice, let alone games were basic three tiered approach. We have three different groups lifting a day. Three different groups, Um, on the opposite days, able to do skill individual work on the field, so we're in the middle of the spectrum. But here in King County were also phase two of the Corona virus guidance. The Washington Huskies just wrapped up a full week of football practice. The difference our DT auntie gin, rapid daily testing and our players just adjusted to this new lifestyle. They come in, and they put a swab in their nostril and and they put it in a tube and away we go. It's now it's now. It's second nature to these guys. Washington head coach Jimmy Late preparing his team for a seven game season beginning November 7th. The Pac 12 has a deal with diagnostic test leader Quite Del Corporation. While the price tag has not been released, each are DT is estimated to be $5 per unit over six months. And so when you're doing that testing You know as well as I do that cost money and the more often you do it, The more money you spanned early next month, Big Sky University presidents are expected to announce a shortened spring football schedule. Cochair in best will do his best to keep the Eagles engaged and ready. What you do during these times is usually the core of who you are. We're all gonna have down times that the mental aspect of this It is way more important when you're away from the competition than the physical aspect. I'm Bill Schwarz come O new money at 20 and 50 past the hour on Comeau News. Now you're co mo money news, sponsored by Propel Insurance stocks ended broadly and sharply lower to open the new week. The Dow Jones industrial slid 410 points. The NASDAQ composite dropped 192, the S and P. 500 East 56 pending re certification of the seventh seven MAXjet by the Federal Aviation Administration. American Airlines says it'll resume flights with that beleaguered Boeing jet in December. Shares of American edged up less than 1% today. If you drive a Ford F series pick up, Make sure you lock it up. The National Insurance Crime Bureau says that popular model was the most stolen vehicle last year, the Honda Civic the prior years. Most all was number two. That's your money now. Here. Your political insides from ABC News House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, arguing she and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin must reach a deal by Tuesday night. If they're going to pass a Corona virus relief bill by the election, White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, putting the ball back in the Democrats court with a $1.9 trillion proposal. We've made a extremely good.

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"second nature" Discussed on As We Move Forward

As We Move Forward

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"second nature" Discussed on As We Move Forward

"This is as we move forward podcast written by David Bloom and narrated aided by Jonathan Bloom. We have two in our lives in a constant state of conflict with one another if we think about the tensions in our lives this makes sense. Why are there times when we only think positive noble thoughts and other times? Our thoughts are the exact opposite as an example. Imagine the best day ever had when everything was going your way. Imagine that time when you're feeling on top of the world when you could see the best in every person and every situation now think of the lowest moment in your life the time when you were ashamed of everything you're thinking and feeling feeling maybe it's time to yield two other. People were impatient with them or rude and insulting. Hopefully this was one of those times. You regretted your action has soon as you had done them. Contrast this with time when you were positive encouraging and cop wondered others one of those days when you were pleased with yourself and the way you are relating to everyone you meet your self esteem at its highest. You believe this is the moment so you can take the world on and win. Now imagine that these two natures occur almost simultaneously and continuously day in and day out for the duration of our lives. That's one way to describe these two natures existing side by side within each of us and being in constant conflict with each other. Are you experience if you've ever gone from happiness to anger the span of a moment sometimes even being aware of what has caused the extreme shift shift many people report a real filling of losing control at these moments. These clashes between our two natures seem to happen more frequently in some people than others. That may be the case. It could also be that some people have learned better control over these two natures particularly the ones that can lead to negative consequences for us and for others as we move forward it can be very helpful to reflect and these conflicting natures. Has they occur in us in those around us. Do People you interact with ten to demonstrate behavior based mostly on one or the other of these conflicting. Nature's how do you respond when you are confronted with one of these conflicts and others. How do you respond to sudden outburst of anger or tears in another person? How do you respond to a new sense? One of these conflicts happening within yourself as as we move forward. It is helpful to realize that everyone experiences these conflicting natures. Let us work to learn to respond to these conflicts. Either as we experienced them in ourselves or and others this has been.

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"second nature" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"second nature" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Of rain high forty one then tonight rain and snow turning into all snow overnight one to three inches expected by tomorrow morning overnight low is thirty one and then tomorrow snow in the morning and snow showers for the afternoon much colder too high of only thirty three another three inches expected tomorrow during the daytime and then for Tuesday mainly sunny but very cold hi twenty two degrees for Tuesday right now it's thirty eight and hair thirty nine at midway forty one in Lake Forest and it's forty three degrees downtown wins out of the west of three miles an hour and the barometer is rising I'm don club in on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN time for the great outdoors with Charlie potter brought to you by the all new Chevy Silverado Chicago dot com call those very own seven twenty W. three the great outdoors show Charlie potter your host here on WGN radio thank you for being with me if you are headed to the outdoors this coming week it sort of looks like you might want to bundle up no matter where you're going to be unless you can be in the Deep South as we have a really are second nature our cold front coming through far too early hi it's gonna freeze all the way down to Memphis Tennessee which is if you're interested in migratory birds as many of you know that what I really love to watch and follow this is a fall in which they are their migration has been accelerated dramatically over flights of birds over traditional stopping areas are actually because of the lack of food because of this book the flooding this spring but also because of the extreme cold weather temperatures that we've had bush birds out faster than they ordinarily would go so we are we're a situation where this is a very different all as we indicated earlier on this summer we talk situation the fact that we might have a have a situation where there was a lot of food in traditional areas we did not contemplate that we would have two of the most significant cold fronts in a long time to come through this early moving though from from the situation of birds migrating let's talk about this morning something that doesn't migrate all apple.

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"second nature" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"second nature" Discussed on WJR 760

"Second it is second nature but it's the point is not for it to become second nature but to truly master I mean if you talk about Steve Hackett or or any of those that have mastered their craft I mean writes in incredible to watch and they take it seriously over time Glenn Frye talked about it yeah add the don Henley actually after us after going fry step talked about how much of a drill sergeant Glenn Frye what's on tour. and if you ever saw them on tour it was like listening to the album. and Glenn Frye would listen over and over again he recorded every show and they he he would make them rehearse songs if they didn't get it perfectly right the the last time and that's kind of that that Roach when I saw the documentary it was one of the documentaries of letter scanners. that you would think that because of their music but it was all free form right and it wasn't not every note had to be played exactly the same way every single night than Ronnie van Sant was the taskmaster you know who did it and so when they played a sixteen minute version of of free bird as they might live you would think that it was all all okay they're just they're they're going off into different tangents and they weren't everything was you know done exactly right now I don't know if I'd want to do that in music all the time I did I want to go off a little bit I wanna have some creativity even life but you know yeah they but but they you know but that reputation of doing that over and over again made is what you saw them live and it's like when I saw the first time I saw it was at the eagle's in Australia the I have that that came out what two thousand three two thousand four is one of their first. you know H. deep sixteen by nine DVDs and my body just told me about it because you gotta get it it sounds exactly like the albums yeah I mean it sounds as perfect as you can get it and its life and when I saw it I went. yeah as you're really you know really really good but I've you know and so was really we like I said this guy we just had a great conversation and I was telling him I used to sit for hours and just shoot a basket don't think about it a ball into a net you know when to a little hoop that's very boring and but I was fascinated by it could do it for hours upon hours upon hours upon hours every day all my friends get bored go we don't want to do it I just sit in the gym and do that. and I liked it I actually like to the reputation of doing that does that exist today for many people because of technology and everything else I'm just using that as an example and I'm sure the people that were there that you played an instrument or did something else that got you to be great at what you do people would perceive as being boring I'm just using my example but it actually get you to a point of becoming an artist because probably Larry Bird did the same thing and Magic Johnson did the same thing where they just love being in the gym and doing stuff that was boring but it made them artists and what they do right right. well I mean a a do we appreciate it for. you know you you talk about the the the. depletion of the ad and the attention span what it takes to get to the NFL. but professional sports is losing viewers not as much as they were I think during the whole a Capper Nick thing but still none the less sports overall is doesn't have. people don't give it the attention they don't have the same attention span for it anymore and I just wonder again with with everything today we it seems like we jump from one to the other and there's no real demand for greatness and when there's no demand for greatness from public servants. three black to politics but we were you're mine music to politics I was the whole conversation I had today yeah so Joel if you're listening thanks for the conversation yeah it was great as today all right Trey Gowdy speaks on Adam Schiff coming up place your calls and comments and we'll get more calls and comments to a lot of people want to talk about what's going on the ongoing attempt to impeach the president of the United States more coming up eight six six ninety right I..

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"second nature" Discussed on Cup of Tao

Cup of Tao

07:43 min | 2 years ago

"second nature" Discussed on Cup of Tao

"Some risk to better yourself and practice new healthy behaviors until it becomes second nature. My six point is there are many forms of meditation. It doesn't have to be sitting meditation, nor clearing your mind of all thoughts. There are also moving meditations just find him. Former meditation and start practicing it. My seven point is focused on the moment. But if you need to make some changes focus on where you wanna go instead of focusing on what is wrong, or what needs to change take a single step now, don't wait until you feel like it to start getting closer to the kind of life that you wanna live. And to get closer to the people that really matter, which we often overlook my eighth point, if you need to find times where you can simplify your life. If your life gets too complex, you may miss out on things in life that are truly important to you. So simplify your life. So that doesn't get too complex. And you might find that you reduce some stress as well. My ninth point. Try martial art or form of meditative, exercise, Taichi, and yoga are some examples. Some other things to consider things like judo jitsu and Akito, if you can ride a bike do so. And if you can commute to work, even better, exercise, and take care of your body. It's the only one you have while you're at it, try to eat healthy food, choices, and be mindful of what you put near mouth. My ten point. Remember that my is unjust. It's not always fair bad things happen to good people. The best of us can find ourselves feeling despair. Get help and support when you need it because there's nothing wrong with that. We are very social creatures. We need others in our lives. And sometimes we need help change the things that you can and learn to let go of the rest. My eleventh point be humble. You don't need to boast. Brag. And don't fall into that entitlement mode, that many others get into just let your work speak for itself. Taoist do not have to be lazy but at the same time, don't over exert. Don't burn yourself out. My twelve point is, don't be rude. There's no need be kind of others. There are too many people practicing rudeness also be aware of your stereotypes in prejudices, people are unique and cannot be boxed up and given the label based on things like their country of origin, their skin color, their race, gender, or even their age. My thirteen point is don't marry your beliefs. The open minded to the many possibilities that are out there. There are little to no absolutes in this life. My final point of view, number fourteen commit yourself to practicing compassion moderation and humility on a daily basis. Live in harmony with the Dow be aware of how actions can create ripple effects. Time for the question of today. Today's question comes from me, it is to do a season three like I mentioned I'm open to doing a season three and some of you have expressed interest in that. I've given you lot of information information that I've used with clients over the years and abused for myself personally. So he's been my tendency to come into people's lives. And then leave, I also know that nothing lasts forever. Everything must come to an end at the same time of enjoyed doing Cup without so all I can commit to at this point is maybe doing it once a month episodes or every so often in continuing this podcast. I'm noticed many other podcasts do that. They'll periodically put a new episode on. So at this point, that's the plan. Life may change my plan. But that is my plan. Please continue to semi questions. So that if I do the season three I may use your question. If I don't be happy to respond to your question, personally, I don't have all the answers, but I hope that what I gave you can be satisfied by hope eventually these first two seasons. I'm glad to be part of your life. Thank you before in the show. I have a few quick messages for you. Be sure and purchase my book accepting life on life's terms, Dow is psychology for today's uncertain times if you love this podcast, you'll love the book. Look for the book wherever you buy books available in written, and digital format. Do you wanna start your own podcast? Human do do it. It's easy. Just go to pine cast dot com. Triplane cast for free forever. No credit card required will move. If you decide to upgrade use coupon code are dash eight. D. F E F zero or forty percent off for four months. And this support Cup of Dow forty percent off through this almost half off. Yeah. So get it now. Good. A pine cast com that you're sinement dome. Forget to subscribe to my show in your podcast clear up or to the RSS feed. How do you like the show? You can send me feedback at master at doubt, teacher dot com in you can also ask me questions of today and be featured on podcast episode. You can find my Email address, contact information a disclaimer in more information in the show notes. 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"second nature" Discussed on Drink Champs

Drink Champs

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"second nature" Discussed on Drink Champs

"Second nature. He doesn't mean it in any way. Then it's actually not too VH1. for doing edit on you. I don't know. I don't know. They want to showcase in normal saying, yes. Good good teaching point for everybody. Now the little bit of that. I've seen on Twitter. They're like saying if I did a fire with white or white yet. Yeah. That's deal. Whatever the fuck you want that to mean to you. On you. We're all we grew up. Unfortunately, saying the word nougat. Yeah. We did dirty. Yeah. So what? More mined and understood. History that maybe when you go somewhere else. Shea you've been around the world. But I've been another place where I could probably say and nobody's really gonna question it because he's on the matter the conversation. You get my point point talk. Talk. We have to be conscious of it, regardless of you have the past not you being on. That'd be really quick. What is when you were told Veronica that? She might be power. Like, yes. No. I could do give us she goes to. And I don't I'm just picking a random place, Alabama, Alabama. She's in their boys is going to be wearing them. But it'd be like. Doc. What I'm trying to say is true. You understand that some people might be cool with it? But if you understand historical context, what it is what it means. We we say in Miami look safe because you the female. No way. Ethnic. In miami. It's in our fabric to say that. That's where we grow up like. Like. Part of Arba neck Euler. But we gotta understand. But we gotta be smarter people that have missed history to these words. To explain it. You made the point. Cool. Moving on real serious this subject I brand game. Sippy the subject I game. What is it on you? Really now at game Kanji..

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"second nature" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"second nature" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"How does that happen, by the way? So no stuff just comes second nature like unless you're stealing jokes now. She's so I mean, she's so so funny, I wonder if like it was new material or because the photo I saw was she had a bottle in her hand. But that could've just been like a stock. I heard she like she had a couple of drinks with the audience. It was sorta like, hey, I'm sorry for what's happening. Yeah. You'd have to be quite a few drinks to make thought that went well man acting my head. I think it definitely picked up momentum after a while. Yeah. You should quit. Sportscenter. Started. You're clear, clear pun. I mean, you really go in the whole time. Roy was diet sympathy. Lasts from ROY. Yeah. I feel like only laughs when he's drunk. Apparently was there any. Yes. You guys were nervous for no, you know, CK around that park. Yeah. But I figured just do the not. Okay. And then just move out. Like there was nothing. Then just move on. So bad so on the scale of the open mic. So that you get dragged to is the earth that you go to willingly for your friends for whom you care so much. How does that rank with what you've seen some of the local John's at the chuckle hut? Well, I mean, listen it sounded like the people in the studio audience over there loving. And so that in itself created an atmosphere that allowed me to love it even more the I'm trying to think of like the rest of the acts that went up that night because it's only one night that I can remember, and my buddy Bruce was actually funny. But I don't know if it was just like his mannerisms that were funny and the way he speaks or or, you know, his bit or whatever. But I would say yours would have not done well in comparison. But it's because of the audience, it's because they don't really know the sports, you know. Yep. Hot crowd. You do need the right? The right crowd. When you write that. Are you like are you actually saying? Out loud, or you practising it out loud or you just writing doing it in your head. No, I wrote it down. But I didn't practice it. I wrote it when did because Jeremy hit me up on Twitter. Diamant Twitter was like, hey, what do you think for for Thursday? I was like, yeah. Yeah. And that was that was what a couple of days there like three days ago in. So it was like all right. So I had that much time to sort of. And then thank goodness for beaver. Oh, that was great that just. Just the potential pita incident there. I was like all right at the very least there's this, and you can do some puns, and and then the other stuff Antonio Brown sort of let's see how good you are on your toes, then ushers hair. Have you with us? Oh, he's seen it. Oh, man. Just Google that real my buying time. Hold on. No. You definitely need to Google is hair. I just use hair you'd notice that he'd been growing his hair out for a while. And looked looked like he had, you know, kind of like a flat top type of little bit of a fro-. But he then I don't even know the proper terminology on this ROY. What did he do to his hair? You got a Perm the got a Perm. Firm with like putting Perm? Associated like perms with getting making your hair curly like perms straighten it out like what does that do? Yeah. It was more like a process you really like probably. Yeah. Like, a you've got banned from temptations, actually. I mean that is what it looks like he saw the picture. I see he's in a fur coat. So he looks like part of the fur coat is on his head. But it does look something like that. It does look like there's a very well trimmed animal on top of him. It just it. I always I wonder why people are actually making fun of him. Because it this isn't something. He's walking around every day. Looking like like he's doing this for something. Right. Well, because it's ridiculous. That's why the laughing does. He look ridiculous. You look stylish somebody who's trying to go for what it's like a fifties vibe..

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