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Byram gets first NHL goal, Avalanche beat Blackhawks 4-2
"The avalanche scored three times in the game's first nine minutes opening their season with the fortitude decision over the Blackhawks that early advantage made things easy for netminder Darcy Kemper who made thirty two saves in his Colorado debut a lot of fun to finally play a real game of this group sh you know a lot of talent in this locker room so it's fun to be a part of them are always fun to have to start off with a big win with the season I'm just going to keep building now Jack Johnson Gabriel Landeskog and Bowen Byram each beat Marc Andre Fleury to give the avs the early three nothing lead well Nazim Kadri added a fourth goal in the second period much to the delight of the sellout crowd at ball arena Bruce Morton Denver
A Digital Paradigm Shift Through the Lens of Finance - Greg Cross Co-founder of Soul Machines on Virtual Humans and Interactive Animation - Voicebot Podcast Ep 230 - burst 11
"I think of banking and finance is a good way includes the will becoming more transactional. Yeah when when. I grew up my mom and dad to go into the bank of reweight. Bank the patriot. Yo by that used to have to go to the bank every week. Get cash Yet this year that's long gone as many generations of technology that that have come along but is the bank managing you every single one of the customers by nice again Over time your so. We go through numerous now to the point where we'll right now and it what's happened in the code will in many parts of the world was young pool with you know seeing some of our big banking clients on a regular devices and people thought that pre cover that they had pretty high penetration rights of iran on smartphones. But guess what they went through the roof last year could banks because all of a sudden the banking completely Spliced retail bank The the the that that evolving competitive sh- paradigm shift between the banks and the digital banks and the traditional banks. We saw we actually is to become a stop become one So net will you. People have stopped yemen. This was something. I your head really thought about to be honest but i still into co own australian bank couple of weeks ago and Cash handling has plummeted one of the big reasons to have a retail retail branch which is cash handling a type of people. Don't wanna handle keishi anymore aside. We've move money as become eletronic Yeah and look. I obviously haven't traveled use the last twelve months. I mean in the in the us. Yo you can't go anywhere without a dollar bill but but literally The amount of cash physical cash in circulation this changing so these signs of some of the macro trends that again to emerge for of banking for retailing The consumer good as we stopped move forward into the future. I think of the rise of e-trade is an interesting example. Here before e-trade came up no one would think about buying stocks without a broker with. They had a personal relationship with charles. Schwab was popular. But you would call somebody place the order for you and what we see now is stock trading. There is no human behind it made if we look. Robin hood is sorta z. A perfect example of the next phase of that but you know obviously two generations past banking since then obviously with the kick in the pants from ed even accelerated that process which has been underway for twenty years. But i think you're drawing an interesting thesis here that every industry is going towards that same evolution. It's just the question is how far behind banking are they. Are they right behind banking and that they're going to this more high transactional relationship versus high relational interaction or are they. Are they a few years. Do they have a little time before. That really takes. Hold look I think every industry is every industry is having to think in in the in the world we live in today is having to figure out how mun digital impacts every aspect of business. Today i mean with me ultimately. We are in enterprise software. We sell solutions to begin prize. But i've got a. I've got a lad sales organization in the us and that that now selling to Yeah the now selling to Your c. level executives in big corporations Your enterprise selling young for my whole career has been about face to face interaction and building a relationship of this was a huge paradigm shift for you know for the industry And even in a business to business sick that the implications of digital the will we live in a having a real life impact on a day-to-day vice already You will learn about the efficiencies of being able to conduct more business. A and more meetings and digitally So y- is actually invading becoming an integral part of your the data. Dave way we would. We can now live Anywhere in the world and do jobs.
"shing" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast
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"shing" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast
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Seager's three RBIs help Mariners stop A's 5-game win streak
"Seattle's four two victory at Oakland keeps the athletics two games behind for the second AL wild card and brings the mariners within three games Kyle Seager was three for four with three RBIs including a two run single in a three run third Mitch Haniger doubled twice and winning pitcher Tyler Anderson allowed just one run and four hits fanning seven over seven innings tie France added an RBI single in the third offshore Minaya who matched a career high with his tenth loss that's huge man number closer from a certain right now coming out of your garden sh yeah that's the crazy because last week's policy wall picked up his ninth save as the et's had their five game winning streak snapped I'm the ferry
Prophet Amanda Grace: This Is the Jewish Year to Be 'Reawaked'
"Okay manda you said you're seeing a lot of amazing stuff. I happen to know. You've got this word august thirty first. You gave it on your you dance channel in that word. You say that. God gave me the number seven in front of this statement and you didn't know what it meant and i didn't know what it meant when i heard you say but then yesterday you had on a friend who has messianic juliana. Yes he can you give out his last name or just jona it. I don't know if he wants me to give out this last thing okay. Let's just say withering ten or smith okay so but he explained to you that number seven means the schmidt the year is that right yes seven s to the sh- meet two year. It's the sabbatical year detrick. Happened to be forgiven in that year. To of the land rests that year. So it's very important. Seven schmidt meters equal a jubilee correct. Okay so the fact. This is a schmidt two year. This is what the twentieth anniversary of nine eleven right I think i'm correct on that. Of course you're correct on that and you're going to be on the mall in dc. It's going to be a day of prayer prayer when this is not a political rally. All about prayer to eliminated on september eleventh. But i wanna ask you. You said five. Seven eight two. That's the jewish year fifty seven eighty two. It starts tomorrow which starts tomorrow. Yes well actually starts yesterday. 'cause today's we're airing this wednesday. Okay yes so. It starts on the seventh of september. Yes and today will be the eighth okay. So you're telling me that that year has a meaning. How does a year have meaning. I don't get that you said is roused reawakened. I don't get that. yes so. Interestingly enough Every year of the jewish calendar has a meaning attached to it okay so interestingly enough 2016 okay. The year president trump one was the year in the jewish calendar of what that literally what it was the year watch like. Oh my gosh you know if that was literally what it was real. Yes you're of what you know kind of like you know baffling so this year happens to be the year to be roused or reawakened of all years on the jewish calendar could hit the year to be roused a reawakened. It is this year.
Embracing the Exhaustion of Life
"Am i showing up of service. When so much of the conflict in the world is exhausting. Me because i i'm a libra. I like my scales balanced. And i thought we know we got through some times. And we'd be more imbalance and we're still not. Yeah well. I actually think you you said the key of of we really need to be looking at in. The show is exhaustion. People are exhausted. They're worn down and If you've been watching the shamans cave over the year years rene and i have done multiple shows on the power of Dismemberment as sonic initiation of where The ego and the body becomes so warm down in initiation you know in in Old sh- monocultures having to walk over glass or Fire walking or Having nail nails put in you or being buried for three days or having aunts In covered with honey and then red ants being put on you for three days and these were some of the milder. She hastens It was to wear you down until there was nothing left. But your spirit. Nothing left by your spirit and it was. It's the spirit that has the strength to get through and so what's happening. right now. Is people are exhausted and this is so positive. I know it doesn't feel good. I i understand the level of exhaustion that people are dealing with them. Hearing from many of you around did. And i am in the same sense. Same place. I do very little not because i'm afraid to go out but because i need an amazing amount of Just staring Time just to regenerate bit and so It's just really important to understand that the wearing down is one of the most important parts of the process before some healing can can
Creationist Ken Ham Says Jesus Can't Save Space Aliens
"We have some stories to talk about. I look. I'm going to start today. So i i i'm gonna paint a scene for you. Okay so imagine some pieces on on the grass in a line leading to shed sh yes and in the shed a long glo e finger pointing towards the heavens to fold whole poor little e. t. stuck here on earth and guess who is not very friendly to all the. Et's out there. Anybody know some people would be very friendly to the but ken ham is not one of them. Could what are you doing buddy. He well first of all. He doesn't really believe that there is life outside of earth. But he did. He just tweeted out that they should not expect any form of salvation from our jesus christ so if you're out there aliens let your own damn lord and savior seriously and it actually feels very much like like a little kid who was like dutt's our savior. You better get her own. Do your jesus. So this way tweeted. Hilariously says jesus came to save us not another planet to save another race of peeing. That's literally walking. So he's says salvation through christ is only for the academic say a down at grace. So if you're not from adam. Jesus crisis not for you.
Kylie Jenner Is Reportedly Pregnant With Her Second Child
"Everybody has been speculating on this. Apparently kylie jenner allegedly vary allegedly is pregnant. We don't know for sure. But that's what everyone is. Say this and it's not like this rumor has existed. This rumor has existed for months now. Circulating on tig talk. There were sleuths pointing out her nails in all different instagram stories. That gives you prerecording content now. It seems like we're leaning toward. She really is pregnant. I was skeptical at first. Because page six was the first one to break it page. Sex exclusive sources. Say to pay six hundred pregnant this. This happened literally three weeks ago. Celtic page six pair sold. And she's pregnant and guess what paris hilton said. She wasn't pregnant so at first. I was skeptical It seems like everyone was using this video of caitlyn jenner as a source or she was at an event She's asked about having eighteen grandkids. She said oh you know thirty would be a nice number round number and said you know sh nineteen nineteen on the way. Somebody's pregnant didn't say who supports. Everyone thought kylie and then. Tmz said hold the phone. Everyone burt jenner is having his third child but maybe she was really talking about kylie. We don't know if it's kylie and bert than there's twenty on the way but every other outlets jumped on it afterwards it was. It was one after the other page. Six teams e. people us just jared a e. Like everybody news for once everybody posted. Its like all right since. Probably the reason why. I think it's true is because usually when something's not true kylie tweet about it or she posted an instagram story about it and i feel like something like this her being pregnant she would say something. So i mean congrat- to kylie and travis question mark.
"shing" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand
"Can't blame your metabolism for the fact that you're gaining weight the average person. I didn't know this either but the average person gains about a pound and a half a year during adulthood. Yes i have and that's why you can so easily not notice it because you know if you gain ten pounds between age twenty five and thirty five at that rate and i really notice it until all of a sudden you just see a picture of yourself when you're twenty five and think i look different now but that goes pretty slow. Here's here's what they've learned about the metabolism and this is a real study. I do not engage in stupid one off studies. This is a long term. Many people they verified it sorta study central findings about metabolism. There are four distinct stages of life for your metabolism. And you're probably in a point where years isn't changing. There's infancy up until age one when calorie burning is at its peak and your metabolism is about fifty percent above the adult rate fat lazy baby. Abc's burn fat fast and they're still fat because all that chest feeding then by nursing people then from age one to about twenty metabolism gradually slows by about three percent a year. But here's the thing that was surprising to them. And this eliminates all our excuses. Your metabolism hold steady for age twenty to sixty. It does not decline from twenty to sixty. It's the that's crazy that's wrong. It's incorrect you brought us bad information and you should apologize then. After age sixty it starts to decline but not a lot by about point. Seven percent a year although that adds up as might be why the metabolic metabolic rate patterns hold for the population. Individuals vary some people have metabolic rate twenty-five percent above average. Some people have won. Twenty five percent below average and sucks. If you're the below average we've all people that have got the above average as they can eat whatever the heck they want to design the effect on so just just to lay this out. Am i correct. They're claiming that you can eat the same things in the same amount at age fifty as you can at twenty five. Will they have the same weight gain. They don't say that x explicitly. But i think that's what it would be. Let me read the group. Also the the all excrement the original Researchers expected the metabolism of adults to start slowing when they were in their forties or or especially for women with the onset of menopause. They didn't see that. Either one metabolite and metabolic slowing doesn't start until about age sixty for men and women and there's no difference between men and women it says here. There's always been a belief that men have a higher metabolism. They said there's no difference between men and women. This seems like this sort of thing. We chuckle about ten years from now when they discover x-factor we'll know maybe it's not metabolism as they define it but the idea that what i just said a minute ago is correct is hilarious that you can eat the same way at forty is you. Did it twenty five. Well even fifty five according to them. Yeah no just say it seems silly now. Do you get that much less exercise. It fifty than twenty five. I wonder if the scientists define the term metabolism differently than the rest of wonder if they're talking at some cellular level or something that i don't comprehend i think we i think we probably use it wrong. I think you probably you have probably figured out. I'll bet we in the general population used the term metabolism. But it's not correct. it's something else. Yeah the rate at which you burn calories are. I don't know what their definition of metabolism is but. Yeah when you put oppose it that way. It's impossible that that's true. There's not a single human being that would say yup yup. I can eat pizza and donuts exactly the same way it fifties. I did want twenty-five exactly the same result. The grand bremmer their fifteen beers on a weekend. No problem same. As when i was twenty three no weight gain all right. Okay all right. Yeah the gradient bremmer trafton s bomb on her. And when you're that again. I don't if god he was on the air with us and we're just doesn't care. Well he's a global security consultants he doesn't. He can't remember on zimbabwe or russia. Canada the. Us what are the laws. I don't know or other parts of the world where this bombs are okay. I'm supposed to remember all these laws. Are you blanking me. Are you right. That's what he's saying. Come on what him thinking. You could say that well and you know what i was. I was too subtle in the question. I was asking him. I was trying to ask him. I was trying to be somewhat dignified about it. Is biden biden. A senile old man with a crumbling administration and he didn't really go there but he did point out that That china has enormous challenges. Right now they just don't have a free press so we don't hear about them nearly as much. I don't know that picture they released. It looks like a two year old that a grownup table alone minogue on the side of the room hunched over in his golf shirt looking like he weighs about one hundred and ten pounds. It looked like an eighty year old. It is living room with an unusually large coffee table watching fox news. Not exactly looking like the robust in in courageous leader of the free world. What an interesting photo to put out. Somebody thought that was gonna go to help him putting that photo out over the weekend. I haven't heard anybody who didn't react with one. Yeah they're just hapless there floundering. We'll remember all the microphone problems they had when he was running that stuff. This episode is made possible by. 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"shing" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand
"For the last several years one thing. 'cause can't believe americans are that dumb that we can't handle a transition like that. Why no. I've wondered why we're calling it a war for like a decade now. One thing tucker. Carlson brought up last night. That did not know was the extent to which we were trying to make. Afghanistan woke We forced their university. So you can have your university open and we'll pay for it but you have to. You have to provide these gender studies classes. You have to provide these gender roles in males classes and stuff like that stuff that didn't even exist in america a few years ago. We're gonna put an afghanistan that's living. In the year six hundred we mandated that ten percent of their military ba- female and a higher even a higher percentage of the government in a country that no cultural recognition of that sort of thing from women no trying to force things that wouldn't a worked in middle america in the seventies on. Afghanistan is just seems crazy to me. Well it it's still just the academic fringe in answer to yours in tucker statements. I say the same things have said about trying to instill this garbage in america. This is a small fringe of way left. Academics who are trying to impose this bizarre queer theory gender theory stuff critical race theory on the population. The idea of putting it in afghanistan is i mean well. We're headed to do it here. It's psychotic to try to do with their women being allowed in government's not some sort of crazy psychotic out their fringe below. No no no no but it is for afghanistan. You gotta you gotta you gotta recognize where you are at the time. I mean if if if it took until the sixties for women to start to get integrated in the workplace in government you know for advanced nations. You can't force twenty the year twenty twenty one values on afghanistan. Now that's crazy. Of course that. They rebelled against that at all levels. It's just can't believe there are people that think. The university there in kabul needs the a gender roles in modern society. Is you have to keep in mind is Lindsay and pluck rose made clear in the book cynical theories. Women's studies is not gender studies. Gender studies is this new thing. They invented because women have got the rights and are dominating universities and rest of gender. Studies is all there are no sexist. Their forty seven different genders there are no physical biological differences between men and women. This is where you get birding. People in the was the government agency just announced that chessy revert to chest feeding instead of breastfeeding and nursing. Mothers would now be nursing people or chest. Feeding people just awful. This is out of gender studies. It's bizarre crap. It's not like if you're picturing. Women's lib been women. Get paid seventy seven cents. No that's not what they're talking about. Those are these wackadoo battles. What did we hear the other day was. The percentage of illiteracy among the afghan military is very only. They're only like three to five percent. That were not illiterate. So how do you try to jump from. Can't read or mount to count to gender studies a lot of normal education. That goes in between there before you can get to the the the most woke version of university so weird. How did we think that was going to work. You know we gotta hit some of that stuff. That tucker said pretty damned funny anyway. Text line.
"shing" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand
"Those. You're listening to the podcast. I guess for listening online. You heard ian bremmer drop a bomb. Yeah i think people streaming hurt it. Yeah he must be enjoyed. It must feel pretty comfortable with us. I guess aired it. i mean. We'll yeah he's a. He's an eminent commentator on the world stage he saw fit to drop an s. Bom hate it. I mean. I don't want it to happen a lot. So next segment. We're gonna play a little joe biden speech and then some of the reaction from different corners. people left right and center had a lot to say about it very little of it. Positive so met the skating rink. The other day like roller skating roller skating rink. My youngest henry wanted to go to the roller skating rank. He saw something on tv. And i said yeah we can go to hostgator and giving you went to roller skating rink and has been around for like seventy five years or something like that. This roller skating rink going back. And we got skates in him up and he got this little walker thing that you go around. If you don't know how to roller skate. I still was a pretty fabulous. Roller skater still still pretty good. I can't go backwards like you can. But i but i can go around really fast anyway. I think if i tried at this point i would end up on my head. Roller skating at all. No like skiing backwards and doing all those turns and stuff. I was pretty impressive. Guys there that the were definitely reliving their skating roller skate. Glories are really digging but so at some point they gotta dj dj. Roller skate rink. We're going to slow down now. And i remember this from my days at the roller skating when i was Like a kid and it'd be the roller skating rink and this song comes on. This song comes on and they got the lights turned down low. And you got boys and girls skating around holding hands And i as i have mentioned on the few times. I'm going through divorce. I'm standing on the corner and it occurred to me. It had this weird like deja vu ship. It wasn't a deja boot was real except this song was brand new forty years ago when i was in a roller skating. Rica guaranteed listening to the same freaking song except it was new watching the people holding hands and feeling like a sad sack looser. Whatever girl crazy four years between the first time is at a roller skating rink feeling sad. Become those people are holding hands. And now that doesn't even seem possible. But i was standing alongside the wall at the roller skating rink. Watch them in the dark sparkly ball in the centre course later way in the same song forty. I hope forty years from now. The similar experience consoled yourself with a corn dog and a cow. Good just wouldn't think that could happen if he told me when i was a kid forty years from now you're going to be alone sad listening to the same song. What the hell same song. Why am i in a roller rink. Wait a minute i'll be. What a fifth this even possible. But it was. It was whoever you are of my face. You crackpot you. Don't understand that's about the only difference is i had more hair them other than that. Everything was exactly the same same sad feeling. Can you still do that. Squatty thing with your leg forward. Oh yeah i can do that. Syria cam biden speech and some of the reaction to it coming up next armstrong and getty. This episode is made possible by. Wc when you bring together human ingenuity passion and experience with the latest technology the starts to look a whole lot smarter which is why the new equation is meeting the future of work today with pro edge digitally upscale your entire organization to keep ahead of the curve and drive growth. More at the new equation dot com. Have you ever wondered what the media and big tech is hiding from you massive stories that actually affect you and your life that they don't want you to see because they make the left and the biden administration look bad when now. There's a podcast dedicated to exposing all of that. Each and every day so download the fastest growing podcasts in the conservative movement. The ben ferguson. Show podcast right now. That's right you can listen to ben ferguson. Show podcast on iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast. Download it right now. This episode is made possible by p. W when you bring together human ingenuity passion and experience with the latest technology the future starts to look a whole lot smarter which is why the new equation is meeting the future of work today with pro edge digitally upscale your entire organization to keep ahead of the curve and drive growth.
"shing" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand
"Abraham lincoln radio studio at the george washington broadcast center. Jack armstrong and joe armstrong and getty show in many ways i think of john kennedy and the bay of pigs You know it unfolded quickly and the president thought that everything would be fine and that was not the case but president kennedy took responsibility for what took place and i strongly recommend to. President biden that he take responsibility. Admit the mistakes that were made. That's leon panetta former secretary defense and secretary or ran the cia. I'm not you know for domestic consumption. That sorta stuff important. I'm not sure on the global stage if any of that matters right now. Yeah the president is taking it from all sides but yeah let's talk about the global effects. Ian bremmer is the president of eurasia group. They help business. Leaders policymakers and folks like us understand the world around us in bremmer joins. How are you sir. Hey gotta be back with you guys. You're one of the many twitter feeds. I followed a lot over the weekend trying to get kind of global perspective of this. How is the rest of the world. whether it's the middle east or china going to interpret what's happened in the last week. Oh the china. Chinese are doing donuts right now saying the. Us is in decline. And if you're taiwan this shows you can't trust the americans and we're going to take over soon. I mean th they are leaning in to a debacle on the ground and saying that that reflects american weakness The allies of course are deeply concerned Because they were not consulted. They fought with the american side by side in afghanistan for twenty years but when it came time to leave that decision was made unilaterally on internal domestic policy review by biden. And they're not happy about that So knowing you're right. I mean biden is taking it from all sides right now. There is no easy way to lose a war. And you know. But i i do think that biden maze makes a compelling case for why he made the decision to leave and by the way a popular decision home in the united states. But but making that decision and then actually affecting that decision on the ground or two very different things. And it's very clear from the last seventy two hours that the united states has made some very big mistakes on the ground. There's a tendency. To make graham grand pronouncements when something like this occurs. It's a good way to get the air clicks in the rest of it Do you think when the dust settles a year to from now this is going to be seen as a major global development or just. Another chapter in afghanistan's long troubled history. It's not over yet. I think that as long as no americans are killed as we close this There'll be a big spike in attention on the nine eleven anniversary when the taliban are parading all of the american equipment material that they've stolen and you know the embassies closed and mad how it on flags on top of that. That's gonna be bad in the united states globally. But that's not a you know. You asked me midterm elections. Twenty twenty four afghanistan play a big role. The answer is no as long as it doesn't get worse but you know you still have five ten thousand americans on the ground right now in afghanistan and you guys will forgive me if i don't trust the taliban when they say that they're not going to interfere with the ability of americans to get out. I'd rather get the americans out first and then say okay. It's done because if we end up with a hostage type situation like we did with the american embassy in tehran seventy nine. This will be the end of biden's presidency. He will have. He will have destroyed it. And i don't think that's going to happen but it's not like a one percent. Chance is a real possibility that so i mean let's just recognize that we're still in it right now. How how would taiwan for instance not look at this. And think wow. I'm not sure they're gonna come to our defense Well there's a big difference between taiwan and say afghanistan. I put afghanistan more in the ukraine and georgia camp. These are countries that irrespective of what we say. We don't actually care about because we don't have significant national interests to play and so when they get invaded by the russians in the case of ukraine. Or georgia or win. The taliban takes over in the case of afghanistan. We just pull out we say. Hey sorry will support human rights. Maybe we'll put some sanctions on but that's it. I mean if the chinese were to take taiwan. I wanna be very clear Our our industry in the united states. I mean you know anything from automotives to home appliances to advanced technology. We don't have semiconductors eighty percent of all semiconductors exported globally. Come from taiwan there is. This is a critical national interest. The united states and there is no question in my mind that we would defend his And and that that speaks to the us military engagement to the arm sales to the for the phone ops the freedom of navigation operations we have in the region and to be clear. The chinese government is very well aware of that so there is a difference between the propaganda that we're hearing from the chinese government right now that trump american decline them and the reality of the balance of power the strategic ambiguity. Which is the name of that policy that we have. Taiwan ian bremmer president of eurasia group is on the line ian the administration. The president himself looked very shaky to us right now. Not inspiring confidence in you. Know our national security situation. What do you think they're saying in the the parlors of chairman sheer in moscow or tehran. About buying the administration yeah. They think that he's made a big mistake. This is the first foreign policy crisis of his administration. And it's largely self-inflicted And they think he looks weak and they know that the credibility of american commitments which had been shaken. under trump's america first administration has now been further damaged under biden. despite the fact that biden's all about america is back but let's also be clear that china has big problems right now. The third largest port in the world is presently partially closed because of delta variant in china. And they're vaccines don't really work against delta vary ours do in the united states. They've got big debt problems. They've got big demographic problems. I mean they're increasingly shutting down international. Ipo's because they can't control their local corporations even though the private sector drives most of their efficiency and and that that continues to be the case. It's funny you bring up cova and this is the first story that is bumped cove off the front page since kobe started and i mean we've we've done a couple of days where we barely mentioned kobe. What is the kovin.
What is The Shmita Year?
"We're so excited to jump into this topic of the sh- meter for the series. And for this year so hannah nib henza. Sarah's l. young welcome to judaism unbounded so great to have you here great. Severe here yeah really lovely to be joining today. I think you. I want to start just by understanding. What is your take the shumita projects take on the schmidt. And what it's all about. And how how are you moving forward with that. Take into practical reality at has own. We talk a lot about the jewish calendar rate like e cycles of time that we we're so familiar with going through every year right our holiday structure and the the weekly cycles of work and rest but one of the things. We don't talk that often about. Is this bigger seven year cycle. This this gift that comes around every seventh year called the schmidt a year in which we really get to take a step back and ask bigger systems wide questions around The way that these biblical concepts might have something to say for our our life today so traditionally if you read the original source tax the the original torah on what schmead to is. It sounds an awful lot lake. Will you were just talking about farmers or well. We're just talking about the way that we treat our land or harvests or You know it's a very place based thing on the surface but if you really look at the context there if you really start to have conversation with a about what what issue to. What is its relevance what is what are the rabbis trying to say the commentary around this this concept You really start to understand that. It's it's not just about agricultural rules and regulations. It's really about the way that we are living in relationship to land to the natural world to the cycles of the world that are around us to one another to debt to The the trappings of sort of modern life. And this is the thing that We really understand to be dynamic and fluid and constantly relevant
How Do I Niche Down a Business I Bought?
"When niching down you need to make sure there is a need in the market just like our hotel owner who saw in tripadvisor. There's so many complaints about. I would love a place with no kids. There's so much noise tart again. The arrest. I gotta get up early. Because i want to get to the slopes early. If you see pain points that you can solve with your pivot with your knee shing that means you have an audience. You have a target market that is willing to pay for what you got but you also gotta deal with your current customers so there were a lot of customers in hotel that were repeat customers every season that would come back with their families and they were disappointed when they learned. Hey they can't bring their kids because this is a children free hotel now now what you need to understand what this hotel owner understood is that i'm going to lose customers. This is going to happen. I'm going to say no to people but this means i'm gonna be able to say yes to so many more i'm going to say yes to enough customers to keep me happy to keep my business running and in this hotel skits threat full capacity so they can't ask for much more so by saying no in life in general it allows you to say yes to something else if somebody says to me. Hey do you wanna go bowling on thursday night. And i say no will that evening now is free and i can say yes something else. This is what's called opportunity costs right so it's not that just saying no your customers. It's the end all beal. You have the opportunity to say yes now. That you've niche down so make sure you have that market now. It's okay for you to communicate this to your customers and say hey we now cater specifically to these types of people with this type of needs. We appreciate you. You're a loyal customer. If you fit in that kind of description you're gonna love us. If you're not would love reader i somebody to us or you can even get a discount if they want to try so even in this hotels case they could've done the strategy and they could have maybe had the kids grandparents look after the kids so they enjoy their new experience at this hotel so putting them down gently. These current customer of yours is important and also doing it in just a friendly way. You're not gonna please everybody. Something will be like. Hey this new ownership stinks. That's okay. that's just part of the territory as business owners. We gotta have tough
H.E.A.L.-ING Happens Historically- Evole Sis! Evolve Bro! - burst 06
"I know for fact working. We were baby boomers were card to give their children what they did not have now bear in mind. I was born before civil rights. So i could see you know. See the differences. But i think that nowadays and i think i blame baby boomers sport. They gave their children more than what they needed. And the thing of it is what they really need. It was to be loved. They needed to be instructed on and taught on how to love him cells and educate themselves and compete. Because they will just as good as the next person so some of that blame lies on the baby boomers because we wanted our children have what we did not have no. They're so good. I heard a quote literally this weekend. I'm gonna credit my pastor. He did say but it was credited by the founder of dubai and he went and said that basically that his gra- the founder of dubai was in article and we know dubai's their progressive country. And someone asked him about his. You know his heritage. And i think my past quote him saying that His great grandfather wrote his grandfather wrote a camel. His father wrote a camel. He rides a mercedes. His son rise a land rover and his grand sunrise. Alert will ride a land rover but his great grandson will ride a camel and when they asked him. Why do you think you're great grandson. We'll be back on a camel and he said because sh- hard times make strong mean strongmen make easy times easy. Tom's make week mean week may make difficult time and i feel like that's the cycle. Were in our parents. Did so much to make our lives easier but in doing that it actually creates owes a space for us to make ourselves weaker. And we're not able to fight those battles that are parrot heads of bite. Invest so important. Yeah yeah and and i agree totally i.
Conservatives Need to Draw the Line to Curtail Ubiquitous Porn
"And i i really believe that the porn example is a pretty good. I think there's broad agreement here that we need to curtail. The spread of ubiquitous hot high-speed pornography in our culture. There were two laws passed for this in the nineteen ninety s with a republican house and a democrat senate democrat president the communications decency act which we actually argue a lot about now because of its section to thirty provision for big tech and the child online protection act. The cd was gutted by the supreme court and the copa. The child online protection act was held up in the courts as well but there was overwhelming support for this. I talked to a lot of young conservatives. As do you young conservatives in particular really want to curtail this stuff. And i i think. Beginning with obscenity as a way to kind of sh- finally have some limits. Some standards here is a great way to begin. There's no first amendment protection for it. And it's a recognition that liberty requires the suppression of of certain appetites and liberal education requires the cultivation of certain virtues and a conservative society needs prudence. We need to be able to say yeah. Words means something we can kind of know things in and we can kind of guide how we're going to govern ourselves and we really can't tell the difference between drag wing story our in church on sunday or a porn star and political speech than we can't tell the difference between between anything and we can't govern ourselves but just fascinated that really sharp people whether david french ben dominic That they would fall for this. I mean it seems to be kind of pure libertarianism. that in in seconds falls apart. I mean we just said it right. You know if you wanna bring. Let's bring in the racist. We wanted to be a big ten. I don't have to agree with them. But bring them in. No listen speaking of buckley when he founded national review in the fifties He specifically said that we're not going to let the john birch irs in. He understood that there are. We wanted to be as big a tent as can be but we have to draw the line. If pita can't do that everything falls
Mint Relatives With Ken Druse
"You all know kendrew regular visitor to the show and author of twenty garden books and longtime friend. When he's not managing the antics of two troublemaking but gorgeous canines. He manages his extensive garden in new jersey. Hi ken i changed. Your intro. gorgeous canines oak the their handsome. It's true managing left that part out. So i sh- since we're talking men's today which are often aromatic. Let's have a giveaway of your latest book. The central garden about sent and fragrance and so forth with the transcript of the show of runaway to garden dot com. Okay that's lovely okay. Good good So you know when you said it. As i said in the npr's like what. What are we gonna talk about. And then i really it was kind of. And then you and i both got to sort of digging around reading about mints the mid family and so for so tell us a little bit about the breadth of it. Well i could stand in one place. Just turn and look and see. There's oh there's bee bomb and there's a lemon balm and there's some you know there's so many family relatives and you can often recognize them. Not only because many are fragrant when you rub the leaves but also because many have square stems but there are over two hundred and thirty genera- and over seven thousand species of mint relatives plants in the lenny. Ac family
Donny Deutsch Shares the Same Leftist Mentality on Social Media
"And here's Donny Do. Sh Speaking of On the morning Schmo show Cut 10 go Half the people in this country Get their news from Facebook. I'm gonna say again half the people Facebook, which is which market capitalization is in the trillions. Out there. Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg. Allow this continue to happen on their platform. Say this guy, same same milk. Say milk. Same mindset. They bring this puke on TV? I don't know why. I don't know what this jerk has ever done. Well, he was a marketing. Actually, He's an idiot. He doesn't understand liberty and individualism and free speech and other at he's a hack comes on there. He wastes money on makeup and hairspray. Guys, The guy is a puke. Everywhere. Who's Donny? Do? Sh. Who is this guy? I don't know. I don't know, but he really does seem like a Donnie to me. Go ahead. Okay, That's a tiny fraction and just say we are going to do an immediate task force and clean up our platform. This is on. They have blood on their hands. Here we go again. Now, folks, These people aren't inciting anybody, are they No, no, no. You're killing people. Since the half wit nitwit who poses as a president of the United States, they have blood on their hands. They're not inciting anybody at all. They believe in Jim Crow won't let black people vote. Well, that's not inciting anything, is it? Ladies and gentlemen, now? Not in the least, is very rational people, aren't
Nick Cannon's 4 Babies in 1 Year Was No Accident
"Let's jump right into this. Nick cannon situation you buys he's got some words for his haters. Then lord knows you'll come in. I'm like a seahorse out here on procreate and if you had to give me one piece of advice what would it be these kids on purpose. Okay so if you haven't how purpose chosen could have got pregnant. I did it happened. Because he wasn't those opposed to give more like a rabbit alphabet all of that you guys on his power six los angeles radio sh first of all. Do you believe him. Because a lot of people don't believe i don't but i think it's very nice of him to say my children accidents because that would come back to haunt him later on his kids are. I was an accident. Also i love. That is being a good father by say. None of those kids were accidents. But i called. B. e. s. Seahorses isn't that the male vega birth. I think if he had to give the bird he go through this.
The Influencer Marketing Advantage
"Raya sharma ashra. Thank you so much for joining us. It's my pleasure brian. How're you doing. I'm great i'm great. You know it's funny. This is the first podcast that have recorded in the new space. Since i've moved from austin and san antonio i knowing myself prerecorded so many podcasts. That half the things people are listening to our months old and i feel bad. But we've were starting to catch up and we're starting to do this so this will be you know only month and a half old by the time it goes up but i'm so excited to be talking to you in this new space and so sh- raya i give give people a little bit about your background like i personally love what you do at inside podcasting and that's how we first connected but there's so much more to you than that so i'd love to pass it over to you. Sweden all right. So i am speaking to you from vancouver canada today. Which in my humble opinion is one of the most beautiful places in the world. Hope you can visit someday. I was raised in. Dubai was born in bread. By and then i would not do my engineering. Which recently found out hilarious went on to do. My engineering in india quickly discovered that engineering was not for me and did my mba in sydney. I know this is like me flexing. How much i've traveled and i've earned it and then i worked in event marketing in singapore where i did a lot of cold calling in going to events and selling things that was fun. We got out of my comfort zone really quick with that job and then i moved to vancouver in twenty seventeen eighteen. I think and i have been working as a marketer for awhile. Now my day job as i call it is a marketing director. I mean to start up. So i'm the marketing team At an ultimate frisbee organization my team. When they listen to this. We'll ask me why didn't refer to myself as the marketing overlord. Because that's what they like to call me and then as you mentioned right inside podcasting as well which is I don't know if i should say right. But both right in hewett inside podcasting which is a collection of news that happens in the podcasting world sometimes offer my opinions here and there
A Rave Review For Skyn's Iceland Arctic Repair Cream
"I'm gonna kick the episode off with the product recommendation. I'm going rowing the skin. Iceland arctic repair cream. I have been blowing minorities like a crazy person. And i discovered these in my at home. Pd covid yes. I have an home. Pd cup of deer and these cream. He's so good so it's for stressed skin. My nose has been stressed. It is sixty four dollars from mecca. I'm really sorry but it's fantastic. If you've got dry cudi cools dry elbows. Is it like a bomb. It's like a seek top. It says it's a face and body cream so you could use it everywhere. I've just been using it in my cracks. All of that. It is just beautiful and so naro shing so sorry to hijack pd news with product recommendation. Straight up but you can hear from my voice. I don't sound great. It needed to be done it to be
Sizing up Kyle Larson's Extraordinary Run
"Want to talk about. Kyle larson in this role that this guy is on. You worked with jeff. Gordon you compete against jeff gordon. The nine hundred ninety eight and this is what this reminds me of right now. That kyle larson has six consecutive races. First or second place finishes four victories. Three points races put in perspective australia. Steve what this role means because to me. It feels a lot like jeff. Gordon circa one thousand nine hundred. Well listen. so he's driving premier equipment. The hendra motorsports car seem to have the most speed in the field but the counter that is driving that against three other premier drivers right so it's easy to say it's got the fastest stuff yet but you to chase elliott william byron and alex bone to do it and oh by the way he did he drove around chase elliott with one of the most masterful gutsy all star race tight moves driving to the outside quarter panel a third lane. We had yet to see in ninety laps. So the move for the all star race was outstanding. I think kyle. I think this is the kyle larson. We all thought was out there. You can only decided but he wins in everything. He's so much talent we didn't know if it was his preparation holding him back if it was asked if it was his youth if it was his lack of mentor sh we didn't know we'll never know because it kind of all the jumbled up reset but now he's an organization with a lot of leadership. Jeff gordon you mentioned it stein in the fox booth what he's still has a role andrew motorsports rick hendrix there. Chad can houses there. We asked outs blue being us out. Hey how're the post like you said you ever met chad kind of. There's a lot of leadership around him and a lot of confidence and a lot of talent and driving great equipment and i think that's what you're seeing right the combination of the three two minutes amount of confidence. And you know we said it on our preview show. You and i both cholera and watching. Because you take that much talent with that much motivation. The timing of hendrick motorsports and what they're doing communist chevrolet and where they are in the grand scheme of things. You got this recipe for success. Now he's doing it against the defending champion on. His team is the defending champion of our series. And he's taking the fight to him
Bootstrap Your Dream With Mukesh Alex Vaidya
"Mckay. Sh- alex say what's up to fire nation and share something that you believe about becoming successful that most people disagree with thank you so much jerry. Having mean this amazing podcast furnish s agus emigrate. This podcast. and you're one of the true inspirational stories which i follow early. Disley hanky frankly frankly speaking. This is a chill factor moment. No coming to one thing. I believe about becoming successfully. Is that if you're good at something and if you are genuinely ready to share that knowledge with the world you will become massively successful. This era where information is at everybody's fingertips yet it is misinformation and lies which is reading fast. We need more knowledge angeles to spread through knowledge across the world. Even if you study history you can find that this is true. Ancient civilizations flourished when their knowledge evangelizing this authority like mesopotamia civilization or roman civilisational vedic india or this civilization flourished when their culture of sharing knowledge but unfortunately obstructionism started creeping into the society. All these civilizations declined so this is a fact. I think a b. Everybody agreeing with but this really makes people massively
"shing" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Gets really scary. That's what the news does. I was just watching something happen online, because Twitter is a very strange world, and it's a world where people try and rush to be the first to get something out there. And a CNN reporter has deleted the tweet that he posted earlier. He was all excited. He was all a Twitter if you will. Over the news that it looks like Joe Biden was nominating Mayor PGE it Buddha judge to his Cabinet for the Department of Transportation Secretary of Transportation. And Twitter was all crazy about the fact. Although the first openly gay member of a cabinet No, no, Been there done that got the Trump T shirt for that one. With Richard Grenell, and then they were saying, Well, this is the first person this CNN reported that this is the first person Who was competing against Biden for the nomination to be invited to join the administration and Beckett Adams, who I think is just one of the funnier people in the world. Beckett Adams over the D C examiner wrote. Excuse me. This is Kamila, a racer. Yes, because comma Harris certainly qualifies this somebody who challenged Joe Biden in the primaries, and he got to say she's part of the administration. She was invited by Joe to be his running mate and in some media announcements He's put her name first. But I just thought that was very funny. The CNN reporter red faced deleted the tweet no doubt as Twitter was exacting a little bit of revenge. Upon him for his foolish rush to be first. And not correct, but that's a big problem. That's a really big problem on. You know, Joe Biden he hates the guy is prone to mistakes, too. So CNN, we understand it. And you guys would it hurt you to play a little bit of last night's speech from Joe Biden? You know this battle for the soul of America? Democracy prevailed. We the people voted faith in our institutions held the integrity of our elections. Needs intact. And now it's time to turn the page. As you've done throughout our history to unite and into hell, Yeah, I think somebody needs to heal. I'm just putting that out there. Somebody really needs to heal. I'm just saying Dr Michael Roisin is my buddy last Friday. We had a Q and a session with Dr Roisin on this here show where you guys called in and talk to Dr Roisin about some of the things dealing with the vaccine. Got him on the phone here today, and I need I need to talk to you about something, doctor. Rising. Well, Thank you, sir. Appreciate it, Doc. I want to start off with something I heard on CBS News, which it alarmed me, and it relates to the modern, a virus or Madonna vaccine for the virus. That's currently under review. Listen, what Nora O'Donnell asked of Bill Gates. How stop it before Gate answers because I'm curious about your response to this. The side effects for the Madonna vaccines found concerning we looked after the second dose. At least 80% of participants experienced a systemic side effect ranging from severe chills to fevers. So Are these vaccines safe Now? That's the question. We all want to ask everybody. Are these vaccines safe? I had not heard this about the Madonna vaccine Had you seen or heard any of this? Well, it's true with Shing Grix vaccine and it's probably true with the Fizer, um, vaccine and what we mean by that is this is probably Your body developing a strong immune reaction to the spike protein, which is produced by the vaccine, So we think this is a good sign. But whether, um in and people with the Madonna vaccine have not developed no logic problems have not developed, uh significant other symptoms like, uh, Bell's palsy and transfers. My latest Um, as has been the case with some of the others with the if you will not already out vaccine s O We think this is a good sign rather than a bad sign from an immune reaction and from protecting you from the death and even the long hauler syndromes. The virus has now we don't have long term safety data. But the short term if you look at that two month data on safety versus getting a severe problem, it's a 1000 of one benefit for both Visor and Madonna and attend that if you're under 50 without comb or abilities and probably at 10,001 benefit of versus risk. For if you are over 50 with co morbidity, ease or over 70. So as of now, if I give in, I am, uh, I think if I get in, get asked to get the vaccine. I'm going to step right up right now because it does enable us a lot of benefit to risk you put down a dollar for 10,000 now. We have to do is that we will keep getting more and more information. And the only thing the information will get now in that in the next Beth is going to be side effect data. So you're gonna hear more and more about side effects That may not be important. What you care about is the side effects that are long last thing. Just this. We care about the long hours syndrome. Yeah. And long Hauler syndrome. Let me ask you about that because I have. I've heard you mention that term and I also wanted to ask about brain fog. Do these terms, long hauler and brain fog. Are they tied and are they related to people who've had the virus and beaten it, but not quite beaten it. Um well there if you mean by beaten it, they are dead. Yes, but if you mean by beating it, they're free of symptoms. About half of the people who have this over a 100 Day period. Meaning over a prolonged period..
"shing" Discussed on Audioburst test account.
"He told our visitors to sit down. Probably because both men were shaking. Shall i speak or you. Mr guinness asked the vicar. Perhaps i should say a few words. I said the vicar. And then mr holmes can decide whether we should go straight to the place of this strange case or whether we should listen to more of the facts from you mr guinness. I will explain that. Our friend here spent last evening with his two brothers owen and george and his sister brenda at their house. Called tredinnick war. Thought he left them shortly. After ten o'clock playing card games round the dining room table and seeming to be very happy and healthy this morning because he likes getting up early. He went for a walk towards their house before breakfast. Suddenly he saw dr richards reporting towards the house. Doctor richards explained that he had been asked to go to the house as quickly as possible. So mr multiple tra- guinness decided to go with the doctor. When they arrived at tredinnick wata they saw a strange sight. His two brothers and sister were seated around the table just as he had left them. The cards still on the table. His sister lay back in her chair. Dead while the two brothers sat on each side of her laughing shouting and singing as if they were completely mad. All three of them looked as if they had a terrible shock. There was no sign of anyone else in the house. Except mrs porter the old cook and made who said that she had slept very peacefully and had not heard anything strange. In the night nothing had been taken or moved so it was impossible to guess what had a woman to death and made too strong men. Go mad if you can help us find out what happened. We will be very grateful to you. I had hoped that. In some way i could make my friend forget about all this and continue his holiday but one look at his face made me realize he would not rest now until the matter was solved he set for some time quietly thinking about what we'd heard. I will try to solve this matter. He said last from what you have told me. I can say that it does sound a very very strange case. Have you been teutonic wada. Yourself mr round. Hey no mr holmes. Mr trigonis came back to our house and told me what had happened so i at once hurried over with him to talk to you. How far is it to the house where this all happened. It is about a mile then we shall walk there together but before we go. I must ask you a few questions mr guinness..
"shing" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"I am 6 40 live everywhere on the I Heart radio Apt. Why has promised you mentioned yesterday? An article that you read about the game designers analysis of the Cuban on people. I got a friend who's Ah video game designer and he also designs alternate reality games, and he came across this incentive to May. And I started reading it. And I had this one of these one of these moments like moments of clarity, and it's like, okay, now I get how the world works. Last time I had this was a month ago with that that movie. About how social media works and how they manipulate your brain to get you addicted to face winter. The Netflix movie? Yeah. Social social dilemma, which you know, she's a victim of, um So anyway. It's on medium dot com and medium is a site where professional people right Articles, usually on their line of work. And this guy he's writing under a pseudonym, says he's a game designer. He creates and researches games designed to be played in reality. Alternate reality games is the overall category and they're very common on the Internet and you get on the Internet and it's it takes you into a different world. With fictional characters and puzzles, and sometimes there's really world connections. You have to go out. In life and go searching for things and you could be real people and there's clues and codes and phone numbers and it gets very complicated. Uh And so I It's easy to get into the weeds on all this. But he said he was looking at Q and R. Again. There's a lot of stories in games, he writes, that started a computer and then finish in the real world Fiction designed to feel Israelis possible games that teach you puzzles that come tto life games where the deeper you dig, the more you find games with rabbit holes that you fall in there any rights When I saw Q and on, I knew exactly what it wass and what it was doing. I had seen it before. I had almost built it before. It was gaming's evil twin, a game that plays people. And He said. One of the first Live action games he ever designed. Players had to explore a creepy basement looking for clues you may have heard about escape rooms. A lot of people go there now where you put people like in a basement room, and they have to figure out how to escape. To get out of there. That's as popular now will he had the creepy basement had people in there and they were looking for an object. Now the object was barely hidden. The clue is easy. They expected no trouble in this part of the game, But then they had trouble. Because there was some was a dirt floor with random scraps of wood on the floor. And he said, because three of the paper pieces made the shape of a perfect arrow arrow pointing at a blank wall. Okay, so there's random wood pieces and and he didn't you know, he didn't design these wood pieces. They were just there. People in the game looked at the arrow pointing at the wall, and they said, Well, that had to be a clue. And they started staring at the wall and they had to figure out what did the clue mean and they were not going to go one step further until they figured it out. So the whole game got derailed. He said he wished he could have Planted something inside the wall to provide a payoff here because he could not get the people to go on with the rest of the game because they knew what they knew, And this concept is called. Apple Thenia. An apple. Thenia is the tendency of the human brain to perceive a connection or meaningful pattern between unrelated or random things. You and he says, looking at clouds and Shing shing. Seeing shapes in clouds is another version of apathy. Nia He goes well, he thinks some game designer Started this by putting out some random clues. And then Left people. Go to town. And connect their own dots together. This is how conspiracy theories work. Conspiracy theories, Take 10 or 20, or 50, or a million random pieces of information. And then people start connecting them. And you see this in politics anywhere from Alex Jones. Rachel Maddow. And it's an intoxicating game for people. Now, If you know you're playing an alternate reality game, then you know it's all fictional in front of you. Yeah, even difference. Even if you're walking around in reality, you know somebody is controlling the reality and leading you somewhere, and there should be a payoff in the game. Well, he said, when he had this group in the basement, and they saw the arrow And They thought the clue was in the wall. And he goes. I stared in horror because it all fits so well. It was better and more obvious than the clue I'd hidden. I could see it. It was all random choice, but I could see the connections were all completely logical. And he says In most alternate reality games. APPA. Thenia is the plague of designers and players because people make connections that you didn't intend, and it causes all the players in the game to wander farther and farther away from the plot. And the designers have to pull them back or at least incorporate their ideas. Now it happens in games, but But there are actual solutions to real puzzles and games, and there's a real plot. It's easier to get off track because there is a track. But with Q and on, it's the inverse. There is no track. There is no.
"shing" Discussed on X96
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"shing" Discussed on A Woman in the Woods Podcast
"It still is nothing about my life has been an easy climb as humans. We all have struggles. We all have hurdles to jump over issues to conquer pieces of ourselves. That need healing. So what motivates us to keep going to keep climbing even when everything seems difficult and and they outlook is so grim. I honestly believe that each one of us has a core strength deep inside that that can be tapped into to move through even the greatest obstacles to as humans. We are meant to survive live. We may not always know the reason why but we are alive and it is possible for us to find beauty. Even in the ugliest of times after spending two days acclimating to the altitude I set set off to climb my peak I had a predetermined route up the south side but after spending part of the morning scrambling over what seemed like an endless pile l. of ankle breaking scree. I made the decision to change routes and made my way around to the back side of the mountain where I knew there was an old abandoned mining operation and and what would hopefully be an easier. Climb to the top high was wrong. The climb was extremely difficult. The first quarter of the way up with tough but I had a game trail to follow then. The game trail disappeared into filled of medium large sized boulders climbing over and scrambling up those boulders drained my the energy quickly although I was in great physical condition at the time I was being affected by the altitude more than I thought I would be. My breathing had become labored and and I was only at the halfway point but I kept on pushing slowly. I placed one foot in front of the other took my time finding the right hand hold and pulled myself onto the top of the next boulder. My lungs hurt my legs hurt. My arms were shaking. My stomach muscles hurt but I kept on pushing shing after a couple of hours. I made it past the boulder filled only to be greeted by a steep slope of loose scree again. I began to fill defeat it. At at that point there was a battle of dialogue happening inside a my head. There was a loud voice telling me that this was way too hard and I would never make make it just turnaround back down. Then that voice would be drowned out by my reassuring side reminding me of how good I would feel and how beautiful beautiful it would be. Once I finally made it to the top I decided to rest and fuel up at the bottom of the screen. Filled I sat on a large boulder are in hung my legs down towards the bottom of the slope. I had blood flowing from a wound on my knee and my feet were so tired. All I wanted to do was take my boots offense. Throw them down to the bottom and take a nap but the view was astoundingly beautiful. It took my breath away literally. I soon soon felt tears streaming down my cheeks as a flood of emotions and memories began to crowd their way to the surface..
"shing" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER
"Shing for you. Sure. Centurylink CDL. I've been scaling into it since day, they cut the dividend, and they set the new business plan. And I like the fact that they were cutting debt, you know, being the largest fiber optics in the country with the five G coming on Ashley of potential buyout since they then and, and scaled into it. So I'm not a bad number. But just wanted to sell it. I think. I can't recommend into stock. I've been hating all the way down. I've been saying that there's no room for these guys. I don't think you should own it. They've done. They're doing their best. But it just good enough such ugly day, but cell towers are shining on the fan of crown castle, the lesser Stanton American tower. What's money at this week's plunge in Mallon crime? Is there any hope for this stock? It's their bottom in sight. Not clear. I'm gonna give you my take then it catch your fighting biotech that's up nearly seventy percent year today. Could it be a winner and all your calls rapid pirates nights lightning round? So stay with Kramer. Tomorrow kickoff. The trading day was squawk on the street. Live from post nine at the NYSE. The party. It's funny that it's kind of fun. Thank you. That's right. Now. Yeah. Michael smith. It all starts at nine AM eastern. In terminal, for the average is a house of bird one stock stands out as the worst of the worst. I'm talking about now in caught 'em. N K one story pharmaceutical company. It's been around in one form or another sister nineteenth century for the past few years. Mellon quad has been eight total harsh with the stock plummeting from one hundred and thirty four dollars at its peak twenty fifteen to eight bucks in changes of today..
"shing" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"So great to have you back on the show today. I want to get right into this. Breaking news. Oh, yeah. Well, thanks for having me, Pat. And this is big news, cutting edge, medical research, be implications. Now what I'm about to tell you, Pat, most of your doctors don't even fully understand so put on thinking cap. Yeah. Because scientists just recently back in the nineties discovered a new system in the body. It's called the Endo canal system at now, this is similar to just discovering fifty cardiovascular system or the nervous system in essence the Indo Canadian system is even senior to the nervous system because modulated regulate all of the other systems in the body. So the nervous system the cardiovascular system liver kidneys digest. Questions who actually a master system in the body that strives to keep us in balance in the scientific community, call this home, use states. So now, doc, this is obviously very big news. I mean, researchers have actually discovered a new system basically, a new organ in the body that acts to control and balance all of our other organs systems. Do I have that? Right avic. Right. And it is Donna Shing, it's George robbing. And this is where a lot of the new sciences just pouring out. And one of the substance is that's gained you'd notoriety and supporting the system is CB oiled or more specifically hemp oil or. Yeah. I've heard a lot about CBD. It's all over the news lately. Oh, yeah. Yeah. And that's for sure my patients are asking me about it every day, and it does come from cannabis, but CB oil actually comes from the hemp plant and not marijuana now while. Him does have some THC in it. It's just minute. So it's not psycho active at all. But my patients are still concerned and rightly so as the research on this Endo cabinet system and CBD is still in its infancy, however pack, the great news is that my favorite nutrient omega threes powerfully support this Endo Canaveral system without having to use 'em oil or CB and remember petted call the Endo system in Endo stands for in dodge, meaning self made. So in other words, our bodies use omega threes to make their own natural canals, which we then use to promote health and balance some headlines. Yeah. Leap breaking news here nutrient gradients can nab annoyed may be responsible for Amiga three anti-inflammatory affect. Here's this one from. Science daily omega three fatty acids in a mation via Canaveral. So Pat, this is powerful science. Doctor Adidas dos professor at the university of Illinois discovered. How will make it threes actually feed are Endo canal system, providing tremendous benefits, such as restoring a healthy LeMay response in the joints, the muscles and throughout the body in terms of circulation and arterial health, this is one of the ways that will make through actually support healthy blood pressure. Even our brain, Pat omega.
"shing" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Get your aim Eck. Shing your card. I'm gonna be at the convention in forgetting, it's it's Williamsburg. That's right. Williamsburg Virginia tomorrow, we'll be broadcasting from Williamsburg, the the big amac gathering. Don't worry you won't miss a single breaking news story. And what to think about it? We'll stay informat, but we'll be broad Cup. Speaking their aim at convention, and we're going to catch up with with my buddy, Dan, Webber and also. Andy Mangione, the president the vice president rather at a MAC show, the founder and the vice president joining in about ten minutes from now from Virginia undoubtedly aren't I'm gonna pull the curtain back for just a moment at this a long time. I know that sometimes when there's a weird reaction from the audience something else is going on. Let me case in point yesterday. We did a lot on reparations Senator Cory Booker has introduced a Bill that would begin the process of ultimately paying black-americans for slavery. It's called reparations. And it's an idea that all the top democrat challengers to President Trump have endorsed to some degree, and it is horrible. I mean, it's it's it's so divisive and wrong and insane. And all the things that I think normal sensible people would say about it. It's just a terrible idea. Him believe having that conversation. It's a it's a an act of desperation on the part of Democrats to try to rally black voters. It has to be show. I get a caller yesterday named cliff is a black American who was trying to defend reparations. And I have the guy on five six minutes. I think overall I I didn't time it, but I did listen back to the call because I got a lot of pushback in the way, I have the exchange with him cliff. The caller if you heard it, maybe maybe you're listening yesterday and your heard this exchange. He would not make a point. I kept trying to make the point defending reparations. He wouldn't he had some esoteric weird meandering. Approach and it was not a very productive call because frankly, he didn't get anywhere. He didn't he wanted. He clearly wanted way more time than I'm able to give him understand a lot of callers. And maybe some listeners think that caller should get like an hour. And I hate to break it to you the show doesn't work that way. It's pretty fast paced. I take calls to three maybe four minutes at a time. Try to get as many people on the show as I can. But there are people who like to filibuster. Just like you see these guests on cable news all the time. They want to go on and on and on and the host has to has to try to focus them. Well, that's what I was having to do with cliff yesterday. Nonetheless, I got a number of calls from emails last night from people who described themselves as conservatives some of them black conservatives who were enraged at the way, I interacted with cliff. They thought I was rude. I called him names. I cut him short. Now. Again, I've been at this job for a long enough time that I know when something else is going on. And I think I've got the theory. I think I know what's really going on there because I was not I did not call the guy names. I did I was patient with them. Even though I strongly disagreed with him gift. Understand something is you listen to the show. If I disagree with you. I'm not gonna sit here and turn the microphone off and put my feet up and let you have a fifteen minute soliloquy. That's never gonna happen on a passionate guy. I'm paid to express my opinions, and I'm going to do. So especially when a caller challenges what I believe because I'm going to challenge. What the caller believes. That's just the way it's going to go. So when you write me, an Email, and you say, oh, you don't let anybody ever talk, and you interrupt, and you I'm going to argue back. Now, there's a science to this. I don't want to argue back in a way that you don't hear anything that. The caller says, I don't want to appear to be a jerk because I don't think I am a jerk, quite frankly. But there are times when I'm going to have a spirited give and take and some people just don't like that. That was not the case with cliff yesterday. This caller, I listen to the call. I got some of these emails, I thought, wait a minute. I didn't even give that call a second thought I got home from work yesterday and started reading some of these emails, and I thought where's this coming from? And I was talking to a buddy of mine somebody I respect very much who is talking about reparations on his show. Mark Davis in Dallas. And he says the pushback is coming from some conservatives, especially black conservatives who are short of intrigued by the concept of reparations for black Americans. And they they felt they and they they at some level disagree with people like me who think reparations are crazy and wrong. So again, if you heard the call yesterday, if you want to weigh in on it, if you think I was unfair to this caller named cliff and you think. Somehow I named called him or gave him short shrift. I didn't give this guy short shrift. I kept trying to get into make his point and he was rambling in meandering. Any would not explain why he thought it was wise for the United States government to order all or many non black citizens to pay many black citizens that would be a disaster for this country, and it would rip this country apart in ways that we haven't seen the country ripped apart in many many decades. And frankly, I'm alarmed that this thing has any traction. And I'm even more alarmed after getting the pushback that I got yesterday from a number of listeners who wrote me and took me to task for my exchange with this caller named cliff. So if you want to chime in if you heard the the exchange yesterday, if you heard me talking to him, and you want to you want to weigh in on this feel free to do store numbers. One eight hundred six five five Mike eight hundred six. Five five six four five three often. Things are not what they appear and I've gotten over the years, I've learned that. I really have. I've learned that. Sometimes when somebody is pushing back on something that I've done on air. There's something else going on. It's not really what they say. It is. So in other words to say that I didn't. And I listened to the tape last night. So the idea that this guy didn't have a chance or all that there's something else. There must have been something about the way, I responded or more importantly, maybe that those listeners belief that somehow reparations are a good thing or and here's the theory, by the way, I forgot to bury the lead according to Mark Davis. Some of the callers who disagreed with him on reparations to oppose his reparations. The reason some conservatives think it's good ideas because they think well, maybe a good way to get black votes. It may be a good way to get black Americans into the Republican tent. So there's something else going on here. It had a way different. I mean, believe me it was so bizarre to hear people say that I cut him off or that. I was rude. And listen, I don't ever want to be rude to anybody. I I'm gonna disagree passionately. But I'm not sure sometimes what people think that looks like I think you believe I should just turn the mic off and not disagree. And I'm never going to do that. But if you thought I was rude or you thought I was disrespectful, whatever again, I think there's something else going on here. Now, here's a couple of callers who agree with some of the pushback, I got so let's let me dive into it. Hey, here's Marie. Hey, marie. Thanks for joining us. How are you? Good. Thank you. Good. Good. Good. Listen to agree with you hundred percent about reparation. But. Right. Without cutting off. He was on for six. He was on for six minutes Murray. All the talking. What? Really did not. Got back and listen. I did I did. Because I tell you I'm shocked at that at that at that assessment of the call, and I you know, because I in fact, it hit me from left west. I thought wait a minute. Who are they talking about the talk about cliff, the caller that I let I mean he would meander and he wouldn't get to the point. And he wouldn't make a point. And he wanted to give a speech and he wanted to. I was just trying to get him to focus on why reparations good idea and Maria. I didn't think he ever got the never told me. Here you might take on one hundred percents. So you don't. I got you. Okay. Well, maybe it was. And so you say there's nothing. There's no part of you the things that maybe reparations are a good idea to bring black votes into the Republican party. Okay. All right. Hey, maybe maybe I. Reparation? You don't think I would. But you don't think was fair with the caller. Okay. All right. Listen, I'm going to take that to heart. I mean, I appreciate your good faith, you know, constructive criticism. Because I honest to goodness. Sometimes there such a disconnect on this show. It's a little bit like the seats going back on airplanes. Like, I can't even believe there's an argument about the person in front of you not having the right to put their sheet back on an airplane. It's like it's like it's something that I maybe I have a blind spot. Because when I started I got about all we got about twenty emails saying that I was rude to the guy we got about three hundred emails saying that I handled it fine. And that he wasn't making a point. And he did want to filibuster. See? That's the other thing too. I have the benefit sometimes of sitting here with with obviously thousands of calls under my belt, and I know when somebody's just trying to filibuster, and they're trying to monopolize and speak without making a point. And sometimes I feel like I got a hold somebody hold their feet to the fire and get them to make a point tell me why reparation. Would be good for America. Well, let me tell you my God. And then goes on to this other this other monologue that has nothing to do with with the with the subject at hand. But but listen, Marie Shannon version here. So here's another caller, John who says I was rude to the guy. Hey, john. How are you? Hey, Mike, what's up? How you doing? Okay. I want to tell you a vote for Trump. I was in the marines..
"shing" Discussed on RJ Bell's Dream Preview
"State terrible on the road this season, abstract state, only two wins all year long. They beat the sun belt's worst team Little Rock big deal. They beat the region, Cajun's for educators actually, had a bad shooting night that night. But those the only two wins apps has hat on the road you'll Monroe I think they're. Actually live to win the sun belt here Monroe pretty good non conference, schedule a plate some tough teams, Texas LSU ole miss Michigan state, and they beat the sun. Belt's current best team. I think Monroe is the much better team here. If you take some of the stats from you L Monroe three point percentage fifteen and a nation free throw percentage number six turnovers number forty thousand or thirty Monroe just doesn't do things to kill themselves, but apps state does absolute defense one of the worst in the nation number three hundred thirty three I expect full throat sold out crowd here for you on row. I think it's a tale of two teams tale to mindsets Monroe as I said, I think they're live to go win this conference. Best bet you Monroe Tuesday night, my seven and a half. Yeah. I I don't know. I don't disagree with what he said on on Louisiana Monroe. That's actually a team that I've been looking at for my car tomorrow. So that AJ coming in. Yeah. Yeah. You brought a free throw shooting. I forgot that's part of my handicap for my best bet. I love betting teams free throw Shing because they matters. The this time of year, you get those late file fast sometimes, and you might get one in the Alabama Mississippi game because Alabama's playing on the bubble playing for their life. Ole miss number four in the country as a free throw shooting team, Alabama's three or four. So that's one thing metric that. I don't think a lot of people use. I do this time of year and three hundred spots better. There's old missile rally. Bama. So thank you for mining on that sleepy total. You've been Mr. total here winning. I'm left and right Wednesday night action. Where you go going with? I'm gonna go with Washington state in Oregon Wednesday night. I project total to be around one forty two. Now these teams faced each other already twice a season. First meeting the total was one forty four. That was the posted total to game went under second one one forty three and a half that game went under. In fact, both teams only scored one hundred thirty six points in the first meeting one thirty three in the second both under my current project. A total of one forty two I would play this under two one thirty nine and a half first meeting..
"shing" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Shing will continue on Wednesday just-in-case in a fifty three to forty five vote. The West Virginia house of delegates effectively killed a complex education. Bill just hours after teachers statewide walked out of work. The unions called the Bill retaliation for a nine gay strike that closed schools last year one union president said it was quote clear today that the house heard our voice ABC's Mark Remillard a day after sixteen states sued to overturn his national emergency declaration on border security, President Trump predicted. He would eventually prevail in court. I think we'll do very well. We have absolute right to do that. I have an absolute right to call national security. We need strong borders. President is strongly denying New York Times reporting that he requested former acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker to interfere. The Michael Cohen investigation. The president. According to the times was asking Whittaker to do a change in the leadership of that investigation. The US attorney who would normally be in charge of such an investigation had. It actually recused himself way back in the spring because of his ties to the president's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani, and what would Whitaker was being asked by the president. According to the times as well. We can't we just put Berman back in charge of that ABC's Jonathan Karl unable to get it established as a separate military branch. The president ordered the Pentagon to create his space force as part of the US air force is the biggest free agent contract in US history. ESPN says slugging baseball infielder. Manny Machado has agreed to a ten year three hundred billion dollar deal with the San Diego Padres season Machado, made sixteen million between the dodgers and Orioles. He's a four time all star and two time gold glove award winner ESPN says a deal with the Padres includes an opt out after the fifth season ABC's Alec stone. You're listening to ABC news. Are you more than.
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