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"shaef" Discussed on The Clapper Report

The Clapper Report

04:57 min | 8 months ago

"shaef" Discussed on The Clapper Report

"Scared. I gotta check that out while we're recording here. I don't know. I'm looking at a fan tracks now. It's kind of difficult to i. Gotta i gotta admit fan tracks If you're listening you gotta fix your you i. This is not good user interface. Gotta tell you right now especially mobile like doing it on your phone. Yeah god amid guys do not like it. Do not like it Take a look at my team real cook. I'm actually here just to make sure jacob rana papa. He's a free agents. What would see my team. I know that's what i'm looking at right. There's a pretty good free agents in here though from what looking earn rice cam. Talbot low kapoor jake odder. Okay okay. that's not honestly. No i ever tronto okay. I for some reason. I had them in the same thing. I don't know i'm pretty excited for my team. I have a lot of injuries. Knocking ally already seriously. Well not not injuries. But i have guys. That are gonna come back. But i was able to. I are them because they're technically injured or injured last season. So they're technically listed as injured already. So i are all the pick up some more free agents. The eye of shaef theodore who would says is injured. But he's gonna play opening supposedly gonna play. Yeah opening night which is nice all right. Well we'll can be kind of difficult for me to keep up with like my five leaks. You have a lot of league. You're just saying that you have like five of them so far four. yeah so I got i'm probably join more so gonna grow. I'm trying to win now. i feel you. I had a lot of fun last season. So i definitely wanna play in at least one or two more leaks and yeah apparently. Apparently the lethal just join today like the fifty dollars apparent like everybody knows their stuff which is especially if you spend fifty bucks on it you have to i. I know they're all like forty two. That's pretty still so they've all been like watching longer than me. And everything they know more than they sold just like great awesome. Great great hopefully young that young perspective. That they don't see you you could. You could scout the us better you know. Yeah it's it's just me in the sideline twenty-three-year-old over forty six sec. All right well I think that's it for our regular news. Now we just have the islanders mccormackses talk about Coin toss who wants to go. I go i can over all right so the islanders. I don't really. I just kidding. I do have a law..

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"shaef" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

02:10 min | 8 months ago

"shaef" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Until when i teach. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the warren picture port goodman with nermeen shaef with world hunger on the rise amidst the devastating social and economic impact of the cove in nineteen pandemic and the climate crisis. We continue to look at concerns that the united nations first food system summit underway today is giving corporations an outsized role. Framing its agenda. The summit is led by the former. Rwandan agricultural minister agnes kalibata now president of the alliance for green revolution in africa or which critics say promotes industrial agriculture over more.

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"shaef" Discussed on Startup Stories by Mixergy

Startup Stories by Mixergy

04:43 min | 9 months ago

"shaef" Discussed on Startup Stories by Mixergy

"Shaef way store and we had all of our equipment in it. We had our offices back there. You know we would ramiro running a business you're going to school and playing football and track and the like and so we with with all of our friends it was great and then one day this dude in mean the doctor that you you know you mentioned walks into our office and says hey i got this idea. Called you know life cycle. I don't even know if he had caught a name for it to be honest with. I don't remember and and He said this it's great you know it revolutionizes the way people do Fitness around riding a bike because before it was just those schwinn bikes that. I don't know if anybody remembers what they were. They were just sitting in an awful bikes attached to some kind of trainers that down. No no you're just on your own in a gym and it was it was it looked like a i mean mccain looked like it wasn't electronic at all and the life life cycle was the first one that actually gave you a display screen of how you were performing okay and and so it said okay. You're halfway up the hill and in did that and we said oh. Yeah this is great. We'll we'll we'll we'll take it on. So he gave us all of the distribution rights for you know the the world and he said you know have added you guys. You know. i'm turning it over to. you just did was he created. He said. I don't wanna be the guy marketing getting getting excited about renting out of safely shop. I don't need that agenda. You take it on scott take it on. It's okay it's all it's all on your own. I'm going to pay me some. You know some money and it's all yours and so we took it and we know we. We started designing the outside package. The way you see it and we started selling it and it's this is the way i talk about Business in general right..

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"shaef" Discussed on Soccer Gambling Podcast

Soccer Gambling Podcast

02:59 min | 9 months ago

"shaef" Discussed on Soccer Gambling Podcast

"I don't think norwegian capable of doing anything on the break. what do think manchester. You're gonna win this clean. Shaef save one seven of the nas. Thirteen home games to nil. Norris lost eleven primarily games in a row count lost time. They were here as well scoring just one goal in the process of manchester every three point two eight goals per game in a loss thirteen premier league home games. In addition to that nor july fifteen of eighteen premier league matches again day from last year in the and six mentioned cities. Lost eight games have gone over two and a half goals which is widely three-nil instead of soon. But as i said i'm not going to be gone. Four five six no hair with manchester. It's because they just don't look capable of doing that now. Obviously they could make me look silly. But i'm just not someone that's going to be paying big handicaps here with the phone number nine. It's not something that i but i believe. In his grateful for ball. Possession is grateful for taking defend his out of the position allowing your wingers space in behind but then not playing. Pacy wing his either. I mean ryan sterling is false but jack greenish isn't even playing. It's gangsta i plays match to say what's kevin deployment occupies position that got greatest is poorly in week. And we'll be starting with maris and greenish with fern. Tories down the middle and studying will be relegated. see the beating. So then applying for pace then they don't really benefiting from having a center forward like a for maino or jotted that draws people out and allows your wingers to occupy the space behind the ball and occupy the space. That's going to be exploited by the wonderful through. Polls that kevin the boy. And it's gonna play so i don't understand what actually you're doing. I don't understand this on dot gradation question. Did it start a season. In the season previews i did say that. This mentioned team wouldn't win. The lake on the field was the best way to go with a field. That moment have strongly reduced their those while. Maxi you've gone from the food. Six modest won't fifty favorites to suddenly being plus money. Eleven off the back of one result. Is that a little bit farfetched. Is that a little bit stream yes is do. I think nancy still good pets win. League no i. I just don't think this team. When harry hurricane salons for them that will be very different. Because that's the play that they need but until unsorted place Guero this team. We're gonna only find out you're gonna have limited ways of scoring goals. They still going to school loads. That goes still going to be in the top four. They're still going to challenge for the leg. But thinking games like tottenham last week when where teams made so. It's very very difficult to break down. That's going to be managed to get kelly's hill. And i think that's gonna come unstuck. I think that's what we're going to win the league. And i certainly think that's why they're not gonna win the champions league this season of next week. The lake game on saturday which is brought in at home to wofford. Brian are available here. Threes fours thirteenth. Five on the draw. And it's seventeen to four here on what i what. I had a big win last week weekend..

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"shaef" Discussed on Bit Storm

Bit Storm

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"shaef" Discussed on Bit Storm

"Playing you know if if they if they now went on the bad guys side you know. They can't access they character again in. What's the point of them trying to win the bad guys side. The you'd have to work out the balance which is why now on nevada godson until until they get killed and brought back you know. It's it's really hard again to do it on a on a single screen because now you got the three people on this side and you've got your character having to come across from the other side and really i mean it wouldn't necessarily have to be single screen you could just do split screen or something With a with a larger level you can figure that stuff out. That's not for the pitch that's bellator on. That's why. I say that something happens. Like at the end of each level. I think you get dragged back down to hell and they've only maybe okay you get told off by satan like nari. Don't fight is yes but it. It's just like i am. It's a you know it's it's it's a main nothing of thing where you get a lot more ex- pay you get reprimanded by citing a little bit and you go down. Vanities book supposedly but nothing really happened. The other thing you'd have to balance his. You wanna make it when you wanna make not so tempting that it's worth just dying in fighting the side. I wanted to dine fights with side. You know then gets a ton of x. pay or whatever you'd have to you'd have to put them in a more challenging position or make it less likely than that they're going to get x. Pay or something well. It's one of these things of that x. P. is now grabs so if the other team bates you that xp that was promised to you now goes to the other three people against them so so really is a risk versus reward. Sort of thing that if you then you get like an extra hundred thousand x. Pay or whatever it is but if they if they haven't to kill you as which you back that hundred hundred thousand and xp whatever gets that we supposedly get get split between the three people who turned you and you only get your original expert. Yeah he'd have to work on balancing that but i definitely. There's definitely some cool stuff you can do. I like it saying let's click again another the movie another movie. I twenty sixteen trash file. That movie was trash pile worthy of the night. Two thousand one jerry. Somebody looks like tim allen. And maybe julie julie bowen join a decent synopsis trash fire. what is it about. A man falls to confront his past when he and his girlfriend ended up in an end up entangled in a web of lies. Hence why it sounds like a trash may just doesn't sandra game worthy Have somebody joe somebody. Underappreciated video specialist. Joe shaef is brutally humiliated by the office. Bully mock mckinney. In front of doing a job begins a quest for personal redemption for saved by during a personal makeover and takes martial arts lessons from a. b. as news spreads of his rematch with mock jerry. Suddenly self the center attention ascending the corporate ladder and growing popularity. He's determined to show everyone in his life that he's not a nobody but a force to be so. I kind of like the idea of taking taking both nines. Jerry somebody trash try stri. Yup and caveat something around that something fresh to not take using this. He's not using this this just just the work. The name of the name of the game is joe. Somebody trash okay. So there is something i will steal from from the thing. All of you know he's your average joe. Basically he's almost like a. I'm seeing joe. Somebody is almost like joe dirt sort of character. Oh or something along those lines of of just your average sort of jaw. This story happens to be about. I don't think he he's sort of. I think it's along the lines of your vote where he doesn't necessarily know his family and and all this other stuff always thought that he was a nobody but he's trying to make something of himself. Okay i mean georgia was very much along the kind of hillbilly white trash side of things by okay. I'm sorry i'm trying to. I'm trying to reconcile 'cause i started. I did start thinking about like a coporate latte style like a fighting game. It's just like club again like as as rise as you will. The covert ladder euro like fighting and be doing street fights and stuff but what what sort of what sort of he's thinking is you're going to be more of a narrative direction. I mean the is narrative I'm definitely thinking more more. Actiony civil stuff going on with the whole idea of trash fire. I'm always thinking this is a you. You're a garbage man by trying to make something of yourself okay. I do like bringing being a waste disposal specialists in two. I love the fact that you know. He's you know. Got some sort of waste disposal specialist on these regime. Sort of stuff you can. You can look into jazz it up. What else do you think he's doing in his life on. I'm saying it's almost like a third person. Action neat action adventure sort of thing. Where some of it you know you sort of open on on the thing. Where you're you're running down the street next to hang onto the hang onto the truck to pick up the the rubbish and put it into this into the back of the truck jump jump onto the back of the truck again for a little bit. Yeah that could be a little dog like get some exposition in the about who you are and maybe go to work night or something. I kind of like the idea that you at the end of the street. You come across basically a house that you see. Someone like put put like a battery into the into the beam. Because you know you're not supposed to put batteries into beans and when you when you put it into the back of the truck like explodes and causes like messy far and you go to basically trying to get your out and all this other stuff by the local news is a hero for saving your friend from this from the fire. Okay and then it's sort of like your you're going through a couple different things in your life of trying to china.

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"shaef" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"shaef" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"That's why we always look at the gold sheet. or The gold sheet, dot com, and the proprietor behind that as our good buddy. Bruce Marshall and he joins us as he does each and every Tuesday. We talk a little hockey down there and Las Vegas and Bruce. Welcome to the show speaking of Vegas. Your nights didn't end up choking at the end they stepped up, they beat Vancouver and I gotTa give a shout out to Shaef Theodore because if you're a hockey person, you know who he is, but he's fast making a name for himself as a kind of a a Burns Carlson type of guy. Two points. Seven assists that led all of the Golden Knights in points. When he was out there, he just solidified things. This guy could be headed for a norris sometime. What did you think about his play? Yeah and you know I've been watching theodore closely and you know when he was with the the ducks before that, you could tell you was. He was a special talent. He's been here Vegas Start. And over the past few years Rick I mean there have been times watching the Golden Knights. where? The only guy in the ice sometimes I mean he dominated the dominates park can rush in from the back. And we've seen a couple of these moves he's made in the attacks on. He's like John Keeley I mean I'm the slow through the defense there and and he scored a couple of highlight reel goals and he's more consistent than it used to only see flashes of that two years ago. And last year some little. But now I mean, he's really stepped it out. What's bothering go nights right now though is i. mean if if they're having to look to Theodore for offense which he can provide but they've suddenly four down a lot of the attack him to pay these past few games and They're not GonNa win this thing unless unless they get Pasha ready going again, a Sabarsky show and Riley Smith or goals uterus is great but he need some help prevent forwards there and the and the the front line there to help out because their their their goals dried up to drink. When you look at the stars getting past Colorado and if you had told me that there would be fifty seven goals scored in that series. I don't think I would have predicted. Dallas moving on but is this simply a case and it's you know you could say it's maybe not an excuse but a reason. It's just the injuries I mean they lost both their goalies than another kid Hutchinson Kinda stepped up big in game five like Calvert. Koi Frank, who's grew bowers I mentioned Eric Johnson and then. Veteran Gabriel. Landis cog was just that they just were not healthy and they got bit by the bug at the wrong time. Yes I think so and the land is interesting in. That series with the final work they were hanging in there and you know when you're down to your third goalie of the playoffs. And Google and France. So quote came into that series healthy and. but they both got giant series. So then you had to go to Hutchinson and he came in and he pushed relic but all those other guys who are too I mean it really ended up weighing on the. Johnson Jimmy Very. Very depleting to the man I. Think if there's one thing colored, my one addressed in the off season maybe a little bit more back there they could use because the defense is really hurting him. But you're right fifty seven. Serious. No Way I would've told you I mean that's like you know. Clemson has a better shot at losing the ACC and football the fifty seven goals quarter Siri between. Especially Dallas. I like. This was more stars hockey. We saw a game one against the cold nights, but that's the reason. Was Breathless for sure. You, know I meant to bring this up last week? I wanted to make sure I got this week and that is a pretty severe penalty or the yogurts or violating combine testing violations. To. Forego their. Second Round Pick. And next year's first. Round pick. because. They have been accused. Arizona has of carrying out Predappio pre-draft testing not allowed. For a combine, they put twenty draft eligible prospects through a series. Physical tests, and so Gary said I exercise my discretion to impose the affirmation discipline, which I consider to be more appropriate. Given. The specific circumstances. Of the case now the the interesting thing is here is that this was all done when. On Shaka was there as a GM and he's not even here not even there anymore. But, I don't think I've ever heard of this happening in any sport to sort of having your own because everybody's supposed to go to the combined and have the same doctors. This is why you know they. They decided to have a combine in the NFL in the first place. Instead of having you know dozens of different doctors just have one said a doctor. So what did you think about that? Yeah, it was a little. Harsh Rick. Right. But there's protocols are setting out. Guidelines they set up for all of this in and and and for the combine on I mean they weren't they want these teams by it and. I'm actually I I don't WanNa say the other sports don't do this I. Mean they've been they've. Time stepped up and. and penalize the offending team but. You know I never mind too much of commissioner steps up like that and want to change trying to get vantage over the others this little more subtly thing but. you know lay down the law you know it gets you want. That's why you set up these guidelines in the first place the invites you want the teams to you know work comes the same page here you don't want off it seemed a little harsh but I think it was more baggage that Gary Bettman said, and by the way I think that sort of message has also been resonated to. The players and the bubbles to I mean they're they're behaving themselves and we haven't had the cost of tests and I think that's part of this whole message. You know the NHL wants their guys to to toe the line here at the teams are in the same boat as well. So I don't think shepherds out that my jet lag nickel. More questions for Bruce Marshall Down in Vegas with the gold. Sheet. Obviously the lightning did something that very few teams do Barry Trots teams, they put eight. In the eight biscuits in the basket and that eight to two game one victory yesterday. But before we get to that, if you look at dispatching the flyers because when the coronavirus hid flyers were red hot and when we got going again, they kinda stayed hot. But in this series, if you look and this is something I heard with his sharks, many times at the stars didn't step up where it was marlowe where was thornton that kind of thing I mean their their best player was probably Kevin Hayes and he had three goals and an assist but giroux a check everybody else. It's just goose eggs down the line. Yeah I mean I think. Window the season stopped. It impacted a lot of I mean the islanders were not playing well and Bartsch when. Stock the flyers are just nothing said they look like they sorta pulled it together in the round robin around and But then you know they had some trouble with the Montreal you know everything everything SORTA got jumbled up here At the end of Tampa Bay, it's through this thing I want wants to go on this year they started off a little slower but I I thought this is the best team in the in the in the conference anyway, and so they're in a pretty good role right now and I don't think any team is a the bubble any better than the islanders The flyers just you know weren't able to for whatever reason that the power play one of the blink I mean what they hit seven percent and the end I think they had three our goals in one game against..

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"shaef" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"shaef" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"He is good at her into the house only vagina to run away and began to light of that naught four kilometers medes away deeply disturbed. Ralph prayed to God for guidance as the way he should turn for help believing he received any in Saudi Arabia to the Rock and backs. He phoned John and asked him to come over. Joan arrived at the Vulnr- residence at around eleven thirty PM. He into Leeann had participated in as many as twenty deliverance. As bodies talk and upon Sane State that Joan was in. John quickly deduced juiced that she was a victim of the money possession. He told Ralph that deliverance was no longer an option but a necessary action. In order to save I saw Rafeh grade and the two of them stayed awake all night. Praying for Joan and reading passages aloud from the bobble. The next morning of Saturday January. Twenty three Leeann Rockin back arrived and took her husband's place by joint saw Waldron returned. Home to the couple's children SHAEF owned other members of their circle to ask for guidance and assistance in praying for Joan at the top of her list was lay Clugston as seventy-seven-year-old Baptist who resided in the town of Rainbow. Fifty two kilometers north of Antwerp were the rock and bax conceited Laya to be something of a spiritual leader as she claimed to speak directly with God often consulting with Leeann over the telephone. Leah came to the conclusion that John was possessed by not one but ten demonic entities and provided provided advice on how to expel able spirits following lays instructions row findlay and had joined sit in a chair at one end of the kitchen while they said at the other residing biblical passages praying and asking junk questions while Christian music played in the background. This pattern repeated over the next two days Ralph deliverance sessions commenced during the mid-afternoon and continued it throughout the naught sometimes not concluding until five. Am Occasionally Jon. Rahm back would join them in person but other times they regularly called him for Voss along with Leah and several other prayer circle members after three days with no change in joins behavior. It was decided that they needed someone else to join them. And strengthen their efforts mm-hmm David Klingner was a twenty eight year old contract Haavisto's who had grown up in northern New South Wales. The nail lived in South Australia. He had attended attended the Rock and backs presser who on a number of occasions where he had become acquainted with the raft. FOMER as well. David had also met Joan own and already Hubbard some suspicions about her even before receiving ankles from Leeann Rockin back explaining that Joan was undergoing a deliverance. He had seen the vomits at a New Year's a prayer gathering full-week Soliah and thought that Joan had a blank expression on her face during the service at one stage. He believed he saw her eyes. Roll back into her head. From that moment he suspected there was a demonic presence in And Nail that had seemingly been confirmed when the group asked him to join them he felt. It was his duty to assist on Tuesday. January twenty six David made considerable journey across the state border to windward upon arriving at the property. He felt that the atmosphere there was locked. That ova quote spiritual battle between God and Satan. He prayed and and read from the Bible along with wrath and Lianne the trio maintained their efforts throughout the entire day and into Wednesday is well regularly checking checking in with their presser associates. According to David joined became increasingly verbally abusive and aggressive. As Tom.

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"shaef" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"shaef" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"He is good at her into the house only vagina to run away and began to light of that naught four kilometers medes away deeply disturbed. Ralph prayed to God for guidance as the way he should turn for help believing he received any in Saudi Arabia to the Rock and backs. He phoned John and asked him to come over. Joan arrived at the Vulnr- residence at around eleven thirty PM. He into Leeann had participated in as many as twenty deliverance. As bodies talk and upon Sane State that Joan was in. John quickly deduced juiced that she was a victim of the money possession. He told Ralph that deliverance was no longer an option but a necessary action. In order to save I saw Rafeh grade and the two of them stayed awake all night. Praying for Joan and reading passages aloud from the bobble. The next morning of Saturday January. Twenty three Leeann Rockin back arrived and took her husband's place by joint saw Waldron returned. Home to the couple's children SHAEF owned other members of their circle to ask for guidance and assistance in praying for Joan at the top of her list was lay Clugston as seventy-seven-year-old Baptist who resided in the town of Rainbow. Fifty two kilometers north of Antwerp were the rock and bax conceited Laya to be something of a spiritual leader as she claimed to speak directly with God often consulting with Leeann over the telephone. Leah came to the conclusion that John was possessed by not one but ten demonic entities and provided provided advice on how to expel able spirits following lays instructions row findlay and had joined sit in a chair at one end of the kitchen while they said at the other residing biblical passages praying and asking junk questions while Christian music played in the background. This pattern repeated over the next two days Ralph deliverance sessions commenced during the mid-afternoon and continued it throughout the naught sometimes not concluding until five. Am Occasionally Jon. Rahm back would join them in person but other times they regularly called him for Voss along with Leah and several other prayer circle members after three days with no change in joins behavior. It was decided that they needed someone else to join them. And strengthen their efforts mm-hmm David Klingner was a twenty eight year old contract Haavisto's who had grown up in northern New South Wales. The nail lived in South Australia. He had attended attended the Rock and backs presser who on a number of occasions where he had become acquainted with the raft. FOMER as well. David had also met Joan own and already Hubbard some suspicions about her even before receiving ankles from Leeann Rockin back explaining that Joan was undergoing a deliverance. He had seen the vomits at a New Year's a prayer gathering full-week Soliah and thought that Joan had a blank expression on her face during the service at one stage. He believed he saw her eyes. Roll back into her head. From that moment he suspected there was a demonic presence in And Nail that had seemingly been confirmed when the group asked him to join them he felt. It was his duty to assist on Tuesday. January twenty six David made considerable journey across the state border to windward upon arriving at the property. He felt that the atmosphere there was locked. That ova quote spiritual battle between God and Satan. He prayed and and read from the Bible along with wrath and Lianne the trio maintained their efforts throughout the entire day and into Wednesday is well regularly checking checking in with their presser associates. According to David joined became increasingly verbally abusive and aggressive. As Tom.

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"shaef" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

12:40 min | 3 years ago

"shaef" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"His administration. This is democracy now. I'm Amy Goodman with Nermeen Shaef as tens of thousands of Puerto Ricans took to the streets Wednesday and <hes> before that Tuesday calling for the resignation of Governor Russi show following the leak of a series of sexist violent homophobic messages between the governor and members of his. Cabinet that included jokes about victims of Hurricane Maria this is history lesson Lords Torres who joined protests and sun-han level corruption and misbehavior that the governor had with the group of corruption enforcers gets transferred to the management of the Department of Education alongside the secretary so the demand is resignation in jail time for the guilty and corrupts. We want jail time for Julia. Cala hair is not reasonable for us that she reaches a negotiation with anyone he won. We want her to do jail time. All of the corruption scheme and misuse of funds must result in jail time as lost gonna stay in the streets of San Juan with democracy now one.

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"shaef" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"shaef" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"To eighty four warwick and w h j._j. providence josh mauer mike monico tin five buffalo bottoming escape entering its third hour tobias at third gorky said i do too on fierce the bitch outside did he swing here's the appeal yes he did struck him out cutter justice schaefer gets pierce is rug out by the first base out fire back toback strikeouts for shaef to out pierce tried to hold up there's cutter that was run around the knees maybe slightly below and randy rosenberg rings month It's one of those fifty fifty. All. just depends on which empire you ask on any given night maybe they call it a strike maybe they don't so now it's sam travis i h swinging a little five off shallow into right center long run it for davis dives forward makes the action clinical davis said said the night to remember Web gem central in twenty nineteen for Davis. he's made one of the biggest catches of the year in the major leagues went up with the blue jays and now sprinting into right center diving i don't know how we caught that ball before it did the grass absolutely full extension with that left glove hand this guy is radical nannies two homers attributed five rents tonight Jonathan. so the against it was first third nobody out the pawsox failed a score they've left on base germer kelly coming.

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"shaef" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"shaef" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Executive lamb also insisted today that she will finish out her five-year term, the ousted former president of Egypt Mohamed Morsi was buried today, under heavy security that came as a human human rights office. Call for a prompt investigation of his death the Islamist leader collapsed and died in a Cairo courtroom on Monday, international groups and more sees now banned Muslim Brotherhood charge, the prison conditions ruined his health back in this country. A court martial began in San Diego for US navy seal Edward Gallagher, charged with war crimes in Iraq, and military prosecutors said Gallagher bragged about killing a wounded Islam estate prisoner. The defense denied that and said the special operations Shaef treated, the captives wounds. President Trump now says that he. he will hold trade talks with china's president xi jinping at a g twenty summit in japan next week he tweeted today that he spoke to she by phone and said they will have what he called an extended meeting but that a senate hearing u._s. trade representative robert lighthizer said tariffs may be the only real hope i don't know if it'll get him to stop cheating tariffs alone i think you don't have any other option i know one thing that won't work that is talking to them because we done that for twenty years and i know you agree with you on that so if they if we don't get an agreement and then we have to do something and if there's a better idea than tariffs i'd like to hear it i haven't heard it and go she asians with beijing have largely stalled and mr trump is preparing to place tariffs on all china's remaining exports to the u._s. in california pacific gas and electric has agreed to pay one billion dollars to local governments for wildfire losses Caused by its equipment. Today's settlement covers fires from twenty fifteen twenty seventeen and last year the utility already filed for federal bankruptcy protection they lawsuit seeking billions in damages Boeing today announced its first deal for a seven thirty seven max jet since two fatal crashes, the parent company of British Airways, and other carriers signed a letter of intent to buy two hundred of the planes, all existing seven, thirty seven maxes are now grounded while Boeing works on problems linked to crashes, and Indonesia, and that killed three hundred and forty six people. The father of a child killed in twenty twelve school massacre has won a defamation suit against the authors of a book that claimed it never happened. Twenty children in sixteen years died in the attack on sandy hook elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut. The judgment in the defamation suit came Monday in. Wisconsin, where one of the authors live later trial will decide the monetary damages. Facebook is moving into digital currency. The social media giant rolled out plans today for its own currency called libra is being developed in partnership with pay pal, Uber visa and others. They spoke aims to launch the currency in six to twelve months. It says and on Wall Street, stocks jumped after the president said that he will hold trade talks with China's president, that Jones industrial average gained three hundred fifty three points to close at twenty six thousand four sixty five the NASDAQ rose one hundred nine points and the s&p five hundred added twenty eight so the come on the news.

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"shaef" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"shaef" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"shaef" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"shaef" Discussed on WGN Radio

"People of Illinois are Shaef. We have not seen any incident or any indication of incidents that would. Occur here or keeping a close eye. The mayor of Christ's church New Zealand says the city's working closely with the Muslim community on a very sad Taff. There are very specific requirements and of Muslim funerals and the council was working very closely with the communities to ensure that their proper places available preparation and for procreate Christ. Thing today forty nine people were gunned down in two mosques. Initial reports indicate several of those killed or wounded in the rampage. We're from the Middle East or South Asia. Forty eight were also wounded a Florida man charged with sending pipebombs the prominent critics of President Trump is expected to play guilty next week police say he targeted numerous Democrats as well as CNN heightening tensions before midterm elections Caesar Cihan faces up to life in prison. Presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders is campaigning in South Carolina with the big bandage across his forehead Sanders. Cut his head on the edge of a glass shower door and went to a walk in clinic. He received a half dozen stitches and was given a clean Bill of health happened to have just been working on the on these tile floor. It was slippery. I lost my balance and took a header that sort of thing that could kill a guy his age. Right. Absolutely. One hundred percent. He's lucky just to have six stitches. Yeah. I mean. Don't we now know remember wasn't? It was Gerry Ford that stumbled out of an airplane once and I go he can't be president anymore. And he was already president. Yeah. Right. And now, I gotta go. He's we don't care anymore. Away. So he'll be another year old or by the time. You get scared. What was that all the debates asking for the question to be repeated again, he'll have a long-term concussion? All right calls from activists today for cardinal blaze soup itch to rethink a proposal that would have bishops for major metropolitan diocese lead investigations of sexual abuse by clergy members, David classiest, whip the survivors network of those abused by priests or snap. And he says, it should be independent groups that lead those investigations, we believe that the more.

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"shaef" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

14:04 min | 3 years ago

"shaef" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And welcome back. Lynn keytar with us. We'll take your calls as well. Lynn ten years from now when you and I are talking about the thirty second hand of her Serie of this incredible story, where do you think it'll take us? Oh, man. You know, it's so amazing Georgia. I mean, we number one, you know, I I as as we left the last conversation. I I now have a graphic novel activities calling book for all ages. So I hope that in ten years people will certainly educate themselves to what's really going on. But just in just in the past decade, or so the Hubble Spitzer and Kepler telescope really opened up a whole new wall. Try now, we know there's at least a hundred billion other galaxies along with ours, and our one Bill Menaka white galaxy is only fourteen billion years old and our solar system is up. Sorry solar system. It's only four to six billion years. Old. And we now know that the ingredients of life are out there organic materials and oxygen and nitrogen on a Starbucks. The organic materials, it'd be called panspermia are drenched all over the all over the universe. So there's you know, scientists now that are postulating the DR could be sanctioned intelligent entities. Billions of years ahead of us. And we're not only talking about interstellar possibilities, but also entered dimensional as I mentioned earlier with my own citing up close and personal. I mean when these or disappeared. Mechanically is if there was an intelligence behind them where they go, and if there's other times and spaces is quantum physics and quantum mechanics is now partially there could be ten or eleven different dimensions out there. Well, there's other times and spaces. Along with ours. Then why is it such a leap to think that there might be other intelligence is in those other spaces that we get glimpses off if we're open to them or invited. And I think that you know, as years go by and that's you asked me earlier, if I can be a credible voice. If people actually look at the data and learn and grow more and more people will actually open up to the possibility than we are. I mean, look at social media. My goodness. I mean ninety seven we had those clunky cell phone. Nobody had cameras in their cell phones. Now, people are capturing things in real time and posting them and talking about it and the more we do and the more. We get this out in the open and study and the more people open up to the wonders possibilities of universe. I think in ten years from now will be along farther than than we are now and really understanding the possibilities in the I'll. Of the universe. And that we are not alone. That's absolutely true lend. Let's take some calls here. Let's go to first caller, Ron and Sandpoint Idaho. West of the Rockies wont. Ron welcome to the program, sir. Okay. Thank you. Good dad. I was I was in Phoenix, I paid it. And was painting. My sons. Bless this house, and I was living out of my vehicle at that time camping and stuff. So anyway, I camped up on the mountain just outside of Phoenix that night. And I was watching those lights was about it was that night. And I was watching the lights and there was three of them. And they were ordered like. I love that story. They were there Lynn. Yeah. When you when well, you know, I always ask people number one how many lights and what do they look like? And what color they were and the altitude. But how did you feel when you saw them? I mean, do they? Even with him. I was up on a spot up in the mountains. Just stop out. I was watching on. And I watched the planes take Austin and all that, and but these weren't disappearing you know, like the play lights do they stayed there. And they were buzzed. Well, what did you think when we're lost them on the phone? He's gone when we've lost him on the phone. Okay. Yeah. That's that's one of the biggest compelling data that I've seen is how not only people remember so concisely what they saw twenty two years later. I'm now getting many even from pilots and military that were here at the time. And they're now retired and and willing to share their stories how it affected people that doesn't happen with balloons and flares and conventional aircraft fight George. No, no, no. It shouldn't happen that way. That's for sure. Would you say that of all the UFO cases you've been a part of or heard about that? This is one of the most compelling. Absolutely. Well, now, you know, besides all the data that is just so there's so much data. In fact, the Phoenix life is being held as most witnessed most documented and most important, mass and. Citing in modern history, if not all of history, and the fact that more and more credible. People are coming forward really is so important for just the credibility of the of the home event. And as the years go by you, see out more and more people of of credence are coming forward, which is wonderful. I mean, not really helps other people come forward, and we're going to be addressing that this Sunday, Scottsdale. Harding Shaef year, we just went into the biggest theater there because we were sold out in the theater were usually and because more and more people, and it's the only mainstream event that we know of in fact, I'm going to be also doing which I'm very excited about as I mentioned, I'm working in the curriculum for the last seven years, and now have a graphic novel activities coloring book that that's available hundred sixty pages packed with the history. I kinda pictures in eighty crop circles and and worth finders. And all that good. But I'm gonna be also hosting a youth program at the move on the fiftieth anniversary move on international symposium in July last weekend in July on Sunday for families because it's so important for not only because kids thirst for this knowledge. And there's nothing in our history books about this. And they really don't have sources to go to that are credible. And we want to get that to them. But also, the parents and grandparents can can open up with families and and actually join together in learning about this topic. It's it's so fascinating if nothing else, but there's so much to it as we know. I mentioned the native American connection in fact, six months before the mass citing this is a little intriguing coincidence, which I do not believe in coincidence. And if you read my book, you'll see that there's just like me, I don't believe in them. Somebody's turned to happen. Then it's just too too coincidental. In six months before the mess fighting. I was invited to present myself since abuse program at the heel bend Indian reservation. This is really poignant data which is in between south mountain and the astray in mountain range, a few miles back in our view from our home. If you go on the photo page, the Phoenix lights network website, the first picture shows the topography south mountains, just south of the airport. And then there's very sacred native American Brown between south mountain strays or a few miles back anyway after the mass sighting, they noticed that most of these pictures were showing and again, I the data speaks for itself that these phenomena were popping up right where south mountain and history intersect. So I called them up. And I said did anybody happen to see strange lights on March thirteenth? And the principal the school started to giggle. And I said is that funny? And he said he kidding looking up at them for centuries. We call them sky people like the that was the first time I ever heard of it. I it just blew me away. I had no idea that the native cultures indigenous cultures worldwide are very open to these phenomena is being other intelligence is in fact, the Hopi right here in Arizona have protocols as do other native cultures to invite these phenomenon in many think that these orbs our ancestors or spirit world coming to give them guidance and knowledge and inspiration. I have to admit your I have been inspired by sure have. But the other thing is that the astray has got its name. They told me 'cause it means starring Spanish because he stories have been around for centuries. And there's petroglyphs extra help drawings on the mountains of the exact same thing that my husband and I saw. Aw. As what was right on south mountain, which is amazing. And and the other thing is they feel that there's a portal or gateway right in that area. And I believe that to, you know, not trying to convince anybody of anything look at the data look at my pictures. That's where these the nominal keep popping in. So there's so much intriguing data here to learn and to grow, and you know, I hope people just look at it and decide for themselves. Let's go back to the calls. Let's go to Laney and paradise valley. Euro-zone a highly knee welcome to the program. But they have you with us. George to keep. My husband, and I saw those life. What what did you think? When you first saw them way. We didn't know what to say. You know, I said to him. What is that? We were taking the walk around our neighborhood. But we had recently moved into the prior year. And it was you know, between seven or eight o'clock in the evening. And we just remember seeing this. Massive low-flying crafts and my husband. Remember seeing maybe six or seven lights in the nation. And I do there were like I just couldn't recall how many we differ in that. I recall not being able to see the stars shining in. What would have been the middle of the D shakes. He recalled being able to see stars. But to me it just appeared as a black opaque mass except those lights. Did it scare you at all not at all? I don't know why. Because I should've been scared. I mean, it was you know, it was just so omnipresent. And that they didn't flicker, and they were very stable, and as long as the was within our sights, you know, it was just. You know, you just kind of frozen they're looking at it. But not fearfully. So just kind of wondering what what am I looking at here, and it's slowly disappeared over the mountain. And that was that was it. Description, and and I can't tell you how many ties I heard the same thing over and over thousands of people saw this. Cars over to watch it. I mean, it's just unbelievable. When you when you hear, you know, the the same description of people just being mesmerized just being in awe and wonder is that how you felt do you think it changed people's lives forever forever? I mean, I changed yours. Major. But put in a good way in a good way. I mean, really no just having my own experience opened my mind to the wonders possibilities of the universe. But other people too. I'm in real time and long-term is I described earlier people were changed forever. People were changed forever. They not only had a connectedness whoever did this whoever did this. And I love to find out one day you did. But whoever did this not only in a very non threatening way. Again. There wasn't one report not one credible report of harm threat reduction associated with the phenomenon quite the contrary. And you know, who whoever did this was not only trying to wake us up to their presence in a very gentle way. But also it touch people at such a deep spiritual level. They just opened them off the the change their whole world. You know, everybody comes from a different background where you kind of touched on something. Because my next question was going to be. Why do you think they even showed up assuming it was an extra question? You know, everybody comes from different backgrounds from different upbringing from a different belief system. Different worldviews, some people can't deal with this topic and some people don't want to and that's okay, everyone in our own time. But whoever did this for whatever reason, it just seems that the reason was to wake us up. Wake us up to the fact that we're not alone in the universe and to get us to the next evolutionary level. It really does because the people that have been affected just like, you're caller. I mean, I I I love to ask her. She's still on the phone now, you know, how that has changed her life because I hear over and over again that it absolutely change people's lives forever. It's not a belief anymore. People say, do you believe in UFO's? It's not a belief. It's a knowing we're gonna take more calls and then more after the break Thomas in LA Hoya high Thomas. Go ahead, sir. 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"shaef" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"shaef" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"You can follow him on Twitter at true underscore recovery. St. are you e recovery, and you know, there's generally good recovery in Newport. You know, I I don't find a lot of it in other parts of southern California. But there's a lot of good and good different levels of care and a lot of attention to things that other parts of the recovery. Community. Don't focus on things like occasional rehab, and how to how to live over life. No. I mean, you know, it's it's been an interesting shift, and as you know, because you've been in business for a long time recovery has long way. And you know, we saw significant shift from the Florida folks where if you wanna recovery in the last number of years, I mean, you have to fly to Florida due to able to get it. I mean there were number of soda here in Orange County that have been around for a long time. But we saw Shaef indefens- that the delivery of care happy change. And that's attempting to do and quite successful. At that. I may add in on the ideas to do an integrated approach to recovery, I suppose to kind of cookie cutter approach where everybody gets the same thing. Same needing same everything, you know, what we're trying to this point in time. It's just kind of figure out what is the level of care that particular individual needs. And then, you know, fill in the blanks. We owe for example. Yeah. Yeah. I was going to say that we we've now have different kinds of trees. Options that have shown utility in addiction recovery. And the dual diagnosis issues that now were a manageable more aggressively upfront, but things ide- CBT and vocational rehab. These are things that now are essential to proper treatment. Yes. Oh, absolutely. Yeah. I mean, and you know, think about the fact that into Passy was okay? Here you go. You have an intervention, you know, they must show by the way. And then after that, you went into a detox of treatment type of scenario, and then after that, you do twelve steps, and then, you know, thirty days you're done you're out of here. Yeah. And the unfortunate reality is that the relapse rates were humongous. You know, even with the best of intentions and treatment. We see that. Relapse rates are true the roof. We still have a problem. And so if you had a sort of point at the one thing that improves that outcome mobile, you say is the kind of treatment of the duration treatment or both. Oh, man. I think it's both. I mean, you know, first and foremost, I think that we have made a, hey, imagine this startling discovery dole diagnosis, and you know, before it was, okay. You're an addict, you're not your attic. Or you know, if you have a mental illness while you go to a mental facility for treatment facility, but we came to the startling discovery that they are joined up the hip, and you know, the moment that we began to understand it. We have to treat the patient as as a whole. And that is not only looking at the KOMO better. This would psychiatric illness, but also have medical conditions and we began to see better outcome. So I think that you know, the type of treatment that patient receives makes all the difference in the world. Have you said that, you know, going back to what you said about length of treatment. I think that length of treatment is king every bit of data that I've read indicates that, you know, the longer person stays in a structure setting the better recovery rates hard. So I think that it's both circumstances that make. I mean, you know in a perfect world. I would like to see of one airing cover. I totally agree with you. I've always said that I tell them up front when they come in the door. We're going to do this red six months because you tell them a year they freak out, and it six months, you go you see much, Margaret humane. We need to do another six months here and a motive person and family to gauge in treatment, you can often get people to participate, and yet, you know, the other thing John Kelly out of Harvard has shown is that on average. It takes about four treatments before somebody gets one year of sobriety..

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"shaef" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"shaef" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Four now years filled and welcome back to Phil's gain out. The politicians were doing what was best for us. You may think about it for a moment. What is their job? Their job is about protecting us protecting our investments. Two thousand eight there's supposed to be ensuring that our investments were protected. That they were being monitored. Nash, the responsibility of the. Banks. The house of representatives and the Senate banking committee. There's two and that's their job these politicians, but they didn't take care of us. They didn't take care of us. We lost three point three trillion dollars in when he got wiped out. We got wiped out six point nine trillion in stock. Foreign case got wiped out thirty five percent because they weren't doing their job. They weren't ensuring that our investments are being monitored. And they were Shaef. So we keep benefiting from those investments. So we can have a nice retirement. They didn't care they could care less. They didn't care if the economy is out of sound footing because they were making money cutting deals. They're getting their money from the one percent tower gonna funding for their next campaign. That's all they do every day these politicians out every day. And raise money they care about themselves. Not us you think they would be the people would be struggling paycheck to paycheck someday percent of our work for now. You think Wall Street is different. They're the same group of people. They work together. The one percent is Wall Street, and they own the politicians when the market went up two hundred and fifty three hundred percent, and they gained thirteen trillion and wealth who got that thirteen trillion the one percentile so who got the money to financial institutions in Europe in other countries,.

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"shaef" Discussed on KDOW

KDOW

09:59 min | 3 years ago

"shaef" Discussed on KDOW

"And welcome back to Phil's. You the politicians were doing what was best for us were you? And may think about it for a moment. What is their job? Their job is about protecting us protecting our investments. In two thousand eight there's supposed to be ensuring that our investments were protected that they were being monitor. That's the responsibility of the. Banks. The house of representatives and the Senate banking committees. There's two and that's their job. He's politician. But they didn't take care of us. They didn't take care of us. We lost three point three trillion dollars in. What do you got wiped out? We got wiped out six point nine trillion in stock. Foreign case got wiped out thirty five percent because they weren't doing their job. They weren't ensuring that our investors were being monitored. And they were Shaef. So we keep benefiting from those investments. So we can have a nice retirement. They didn't care. They could care less. They didn't care if the economy was out of sound footing because they were making money cutting deals. They're getting their money from the one percent how we're going to fund them for the next campaign. That's all they do every day. These politicians go out every day. And raise money they care about themselves. Not us you think they would be with the people would be struggling paycheck to paycheck seventy percent of our work now. You think Wall Street is any different. They're the same group of people. They worked together. The one percent is Wall Street, and they own the politicians when the market went up two hundred and fifty three hundred percent, and they gained thirteen trillion and wealth who got that thirteen trillion the one percentile. Not guy making thirty thousand a year, not garish guy making forty and fifty or even sixty he didn't get the money because he doesn't have enough by being the market. He's struggling. So the one percents I'll get the money they by congress, they control congress. They control our countries they control everybody. So forget all the Jim Jabir. You hear when you hear crap like this. The economy's really strong corporate forget. Earning continue to to move higher. No, no, no, forget it. Here's what you look at our. They institutions pulling their money out. So here take a look. If I go, and I take a look at. If I go take a look at the city, let's take city group. All of a sudden we start seeing the polling your money out of city group and are pulling their money out started started right around October about it was green. And then a turned Brenner on October fifth. We saw the money coming out. Look, you can see it go go to your mobile device. Take goody click on and you'll see my chart there. It is. So so sitting dropped about I forgot what it about forty percent. Maybe. And we picked up about thirty five about twenty five percent of that twenty five percent return by simply not not listening to this nuts. If I'm gonna listen to this nonsense the other day, I remember someone called Cramer and a person lost ninety five percent of their money, and they asked what should I do now and Kramish stay in. He should say he should've said don't ever do that again when when you got a loss is going to mitigate that loss by shorting. And they'll say, well what shorting, but he's not going to say that because see he's not allowed to talk about shorting. He made all his money for shorting. All those guys on Wall Street all those shows you say they make money more money when the market goes down because the market goes down ten times faster. But they can't tell you that. They don't want you out there selling shorts. They want you out there buying stock. They got get your to feel good. So you go out and you buy stuff, so they can get advertisers. Because seventy percent of our economy growth. From you buying stuff. So we short it look at that. Nice. Nice beautiful short. Now, she started to move back up. She the registered moved back up. So we said, let's take our money out. Then it turned finally turned green. So we're waiting for an opportunity to by city group. We did that with lows. That would lows yesterday we bought I don't care about the PE ratio. I don't care about Ristori ward on I don't care about their PE ratio. Or are there free cash flow or or they're following their four or they're trailing P E or I could care less about any other inventory their run rate. What do I care all I know it turned green? So it means he institutions are starting to buy Lowe's and we bought lows so we bought lows around ninety four dollars and eighty cents. Today's ninety six dollars were just starting at just keep following the green if that green stops or turns. Right. I get my members all we turned around quickly. And we saw short just like we did up here. We're already up two percent. We've been in it. I think two days, but we monitor is not this noise. We don't monitor the Schneider. Look, they keep telling you how these two guys you tell you how the economy's doing great earnings doing great. But listen to this new Chinese data showed that the economy continues to slow down, wait a minute. So how could that be? They're telling you. The economy's earnings are great. The economy's really strong. How can you tell me these strong when China new Chinese data showed that the economy continues to slow down? You can't have it both ways. You can't say the economy strong. Down because China remember in two thousand eight was the only economy that was flourishing their GDP was about five six percent all the other countries like us, we're negative. Everybody was in the whole. It was China's growth the real estate growth building fifty cities. So no one's gonna live in them. They weren't gonna fill it up building new airport, building, coal coalmines. A are you kidding? They're building everything. They're calling me went up their GDP went up to two ten percent. Or we're sitting there at one percent. That's what grew all of our colleagues. We pushed it up. And then we turned around say, okay. Let's make even better. We'll buy our own shares back Nobile know about our lousy earnings. We'll get people on CNBC to come out and say this on FOX earnings discontinued to to move higher because they don't know. They don't know. We'll just Tom earnings. You're doing great you'll be happy to do it. So we'll tell them to say earnings your great. So what we'll do make them great. We'll financially engineer them. We'll come in. And we'll buy shares of our own stock. And now we have less shares. So that means my crappy earnings I now instead of spreading over five million shares spreading I spread them over two million shares. So my stock instead of going from ten dollars to ten dollars and a half. I stock will go from ten dollars to twenty. I'll double it. That's called the bubble. The bubble crash. We had twenty percent. We're not done yet. We're not done yet. So. I don't care what anybody tells you the only way you create wealth in the stock market is by turning off your TV. What you want to look at very simply is is shitty. Red or green and for thirty nine ninety five a month for four weeks. Don't you think that's worth it? And if it's not true what have you loss for thirty nine ninety five. You want to go on and continue with the Jabber jabar's. My god. Okay. The problem in our country. Is that the income inequality is getting wider and wider in wider, the wealthier getting richer and richer, the middle class is disappearing and port getting more welfare and all the wealth is going to one side of the boat. Why because they can by congress, and what are you doing? You're going to your phone K, you depending on somebody. Magic your 4._0._1._K to have a nice have a nice retirement. Are you nuts? They're not taking care of you. If that was true. Then why this last Friday when they came out with three hundred twelve new jobs through three hundred twelve thousand new jobs, one hundred eighty three thousand where retirees going back to work if everything was so great, then why was it their 4._0._1._K's doing? Well, why did they have to go to work a hundred and eighty three thousand three hundred twelve or they're not going to tell you that are they of course, not no they're not they're going to tell you everything is wonderful. Look at when you have seventy percent of people going paycheck to paycheck. That's pretty bad. Think about this. If you have. We have a gap in income between the one percent who make most most of the money. And those who make the leash thing about this half of our workforce making thirty grand a year adjusted for inflation. That's that is sad. And that's the same that they made in the seventies. When you adjust for inflation. And here the jib jabbering are thrilled saying their income over the year. What three percent, but they don't tell you healthcare four or five percent. Think about this the one percentile average more than nine times as much income as the bottom ninety percent. And the top one percent average again over over. I'm sorry. The ten percent ten percent. One percent tile average over forty times more income than the bottom ninety percent. Think about that. Something's gotta be wrong. They're not giving you good advice. How on how can you have the top one percent average forty times more income than the bottom ninety percent? The economy's.

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Chipotle To Retrain Employees After Latest Outbreak Of Food Poisoning

News, Traffic and Weather

00:22 sec | 4 years ago

Chipotle To Retrain Employees After Latest Outbreak Of Food Poisoning

"Every. Employee of the national, restaurant chains police will undergo retraining next week and how to keep food. Safe to eat this comes after hundreds of illnesses were linked to the restaurants last. Month in Ohio the company will also start testing employees on food safety. Standards to prevent future problems health, department investigators found that in Ohio, food, was, not being Stored at. Shaef temperatures

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