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What Strategies Can Help Boost or Potentiate Fasting Results?

Ask The Health Expert

02:28 min | 3 months ago

What Strategies Can Help Boost or Potentiate Fasting Results?

"If you've been doing intermittent fasting for awhile. I think at the bare bones. Basics you wanna make sure that you've got asleep. The stress management that nutrition piece style then and then on top of that. I always encourage women to switch up their fasting regimen. So if you've been doing a sixteenth eight sixteen hours facet with an eight hour feeding window for years and years and years. Guess what your body gets acclimated. That's why it's important for us to not eat the same foods everyday to not exercise the same way every day. That's why it's critically important to change your fasting patterns Day to day week to week monkey month and so the first thing that you can do is integrate doing twenty four massive already in gotten through adaptation. You know your your body is fueled on fats as a fuel source As opposed to carbohydrates. You feel good I would incorporate at one twenty four hour fast a week and it's not nearly as hard as people anticipate it will be or if you've been doing six zero fast go to twenty hours faster doing an eighteen hour faust go to a twenty two hour vast That's number one. See one of vary fasting windows and feeding windows number two. I always think about the fact that there are ways to integrate herbs and supplements into your diet that can help boost the benefits of a tafkaji. Which is one of those key benefits where were scavenged disease disordered cells and I i think it can be hugely beneficial to consider supplements like bergreen and it doesn't have to be on a daily basis. Maybe you cut a big dinner. You've you've overindulged Burbank can help with insulin sensitivity. We know that it can when taken on during fasting episode again help boost some key nutrients in our body that require some support whilst ousting in other surgeons and mt k. and things like that I also think about just the ability to consume polyphenol rich of foods so green tea. Black tea coffee. We know they boost fat. Oxidation and oxidation means boosting using fat as a fuel source as well as the polyphenyls are really helpful helpful. Megan also potentially the benefits of being a tafkaji. When you're

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What is Intermittent Fasting?

Break The Rules

02:27 min | 3 months ago

What is Intermittent Fasting?

"A little bit about why intimate investing is for one and then by one lead again now so. I know that you know it's considered to be. This is a novel concept but if you look if you date back to biblical times it plays readily in multiple religions including christianity and islam. And so i-. I remind people that this is something that's existed for a very long period of time. We've just forgotten the value of not eating all day long and the easiest way to explain intermittent fasting as you're eating within a prescribed time period. We know that the average american eats sixteen to seventeen times a day. Which is just an unbelievable statistic and so if you're eating sixteen to seventeen times a day you are spiking your insulin. Which is one of those hormones that is designed to help. Lower your blood sugar. But if it's spiking all day long you kind of flip into this Less efficient way of managing your blood sugar and limiting digestive breast and things like that. So i'm an advocate of eating within a within a feeding window. I know people sometimes don't love to hear that expression but it's an easy way to explain that you're feeding window could be six eight hours and you just eat within that feeding window so for many people they may finish their dinner at six o'clock at night they breakfast at eight. Am they've already fasted. Fourteen hours a lot of the fasting time spent sleeping and so it is much easier for many people to wrap their heads around when they just think about. Oh i've already done fourteen hours. I can do this And once people have gotten the the knacker the hang of being obliterated fast you can have a lot of fun with it and it doesn't necessarily have to be the same The same schedule every single day. You could have one day where you twenty four hours. You have one day where he do. Twelve you know. Fourteen to sixteen hours you can do it around vacations and holidays and still stay on track and the most amazing thing about intermittent fasting that i've come to find as it even if people don't choose to change their diet fronts once they start shortening this window in which they're eating they feel better. They have more energy. they're sleeping better. Their digestion is improved substantially. And you know with a side of weight loss. I think everyone comes intermittent fasting with a desire to lose weight or lose fat but then they have all these other benefits. That will keep them really invigorated with this. The strategy

What Are the Benefits of Intermittent Fasting

Talk, Tales and Trivia

01:55 min | 4 months ago

What Are the Benefits of Intermittent Fasting

"Last time i talked about the ketogenic diet and how great it is for your health how it works to reset your body so your body works more efficiently and cleanly and repairs. A ton of ailments aches pains and overall health. It's the same with intermittent fasting. This is really the key to putting it all together. And i met fast and complements the ketogenic diet and makes all come together at first animated fasting. Sounds like you are depriving yourself and starving to death for long periods of time. You may think of a rumbling stomach and cravings but forget about all that you will soon find that this is a perfect fit for you and you will see dramatic changes and a relatively short period of time. There are many benefits to adding intermittent fasting to your ketogenic diet. On the inter-web. I found six great reasons to commit to intermittent fasting. It promotes weight loss. One of the major intimate fasting benefits is its ability to rev up fat burning and help the pounds just slide off and fasting results in increased fat burning and fast weight loss by forcing your body to use up fat stores in your body as fuel similar to the keno diet in which you deprive your body of carbohydrates and force it to us up stored fat for energy. It also improves blood sugar. Some studies have found that intermittent fasting benefits your blood sugar levels by keeping them. Well regulated and preventing sugar spikes and crashes and in one study participants with diabetes fasted an average of sixteen hours daily for two weeks not only did intermittent fasting cause weight loss and decreased and caloric intake but also helped significantly reduced blood. Sugar levels

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The Biggest Intermittent Fasting Mistake

Keto & Intermittent Fasting Lifestyle with Alex Yehorov

02:21 min | 4 months ago

The Biggest Intermittent Fasting Mistake

"Mistake that even seasoned beer intermediate faster does and obviously almost every beginner. It's actually breaking. It's related to breaking the fast because believe it or not. Everybody can fast fast as simple as just you abstain from something right in this talking. About intermediate fastens usually abstaining from the food so have stained from the food and there is nothing heart with that the most important part over this how you break a fast wise people know how to break the fast the right way so they can maintain their health health and the weight loss itself. So what i've done. In the past. I would go probably for doesn't matter what type of let's say sixteen hours fashion. And then i would right away chunk on myself everything. I would drink everything out. Eat everything and i felt that i didn't actually burwell with that. I felt tired and felt oversleep bloating and inflammation so problem number one with that is when you combine protein carbs. Fats all of that together in the first year meal when you break it fast right away. That your insulin get spike double. Because you believe it or not at the end of your fast uber. Insulin subsitute to begin with meaning. Everything that gets will get storage will spike your insulin. More than usual because At the end of the fast you already haven't gotten any food and your body looking for that food right yourself looking for that carbs for that food and whatnot. So so what. I'm saying is there is a downside of getting all of that food at once and dublin instability insulin spike in is only one problem but actually when you combine those fats and those Carbs and protein together. You get even you could say triple a. Fact because now you Not only carbs. Gets you insolent rice. Get your sugar level up. And insulin gets up as well so when you combine protein fats and carbs. You get a lot faster and lot of your insulin. Level will increase higher at the same time. So that's one of the reason. We are trying to avoid breaking the fast with everything together. And i will explain how

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Fixing What We Broke With Former White Supremacist Christian Picciolini

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

02:04 min | 7 months ago

Fixing What We Broke With Former White Supremacist Christian Picciolini

"Christian. I'm really glad that you're here. Because it feels like. We are at a precipice in america right now. Where one misstep will send us plummeting into generations of racial hate and violence. And i think it is so very important to understand how people enter hate groups and white supremacist organizations so in order to get a better understanding. Can you tell us a little bit about your story in particular. Yeah thanks for having me. It's an honor to be here but it's also a privilege. I want to acknowledge that. Oftentimes people that look like me Second chances and we still live in world. Where black and brown folks aren't getting even first chances many cases so i wanted to point that out too. But thanks for having me. I was recruited at nineteen eighty-seven was fourteen years. Old into america's first neo nazi skinhead group. I spent eight years as a member of that. Until i was almost twenty three years old but before that the take a step further. I wasn't raised to be a racist. My parents are italian. Immigrants who came to the united states in the mid nineteen sixties and. When they came over they were often the victims of prejudice. They also had friends from all over the world different religions and backgrounds and it was always exposed to that so it wasn't a matter of my parents rearing that in me but because my parents are telling immigrants they also had to work extremely hard when it came over and they started a small business. They were gone seven days a week sometimes fourteen or sixteen hours a day so i didn't really see them a lot and i knew that they loved me. I was surrounded by a lot of love grandparents. Aunts and uncles. But i never saw my parents and i always wondered where they were and why they weren't around than it always came back to. Maybe i wasn't good enough. So i never really voiced that so i went looking for that elsewhere looking for that sense of family and when i was fourteen years old in nineteen eighty seven. I was standing in an alley and was smoking joint and a guy with shaped head came up to me and it was eighty seven so nobody really knew what skinhead was. I certainly and this guy walked up to me. And he pulled the joint from my mouth and he looked me in the eyes and he said that's what the communists and jews want to keep dessel

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Increase your productivity with R.I.C.E

Run Your Day

09:56 min | 10 months ago

Increase your productivity with R.I.C.E

"Talked about this many many times the chaos of abundance and the trying to figure out which rich priorities to hunt out which things to do which tasks are more important. Which things are more urgent. We've talked about the stephen covey time matrix lots and lots of times. I've talked about this in references. So there is a decision making like a scoring method. That is out there. It's called the rice method Now to talk through each one of these acronym right and it stands for reach impact confidence an effort k now. What i'm going to talk about this in terms in inside the frame of decision making and goals and targets that you're chasing down right and there's a there's a a really great course that i'm in the guy. He he gives a lot more succinct view of it. And like a three to four minute type of synopsis. Obviously i'm not the guy in the course talking you so i'm going to do my best to kind of explain this to you a little more long winded -ly about really how this works right so our for reach right when you're thinking about a goal when you're thinking about target that you're hunting down whether even if it's a physical goal if it's a a racer trying to do or a Weightlifting circuit. You're trying to do or anything like that Or even if it's a business goal or a personal goal or weight loss or whatever the case might be right. The reach is in a lot of times us inside of marketing so instead of a marketing goal right. It's it's how how big is this gonna be. How how how much visibility can you get right but in terms of your goal setting area right. You're thinking about okay. When i achieve this goal. How far have i gone. Like how far have i reached how much how much have i propelled myself forward right. Because there's there's there's certain goals let's be honest. There's certain goals and targets that you and i pursue that when we actually achieve them we realized we set the bar too low right. And then there's sometimes we set that bar and we realized that we said it way too high because we were all gung ho. Yeah we're gonna we're gonna set the bar high. We're going to do awesome. And then you realize that it's completely out of reach okay. So this reach factor elect to think of in terms of my. Is it the right amount of reach. Is it just far enough of a reach for me. That you know when i actually achieve this target when i achieved this will like that's that's a good benchmark for me. That's a good milestone for me because it's allowing me to kind of live my life to do the things i wanna do but it's also challenging me in the right amount and not overwhelming me making me drink from a fire hose and regret that. I have made this decision right. So that's the are now. I is impact right now. This kind of goes hand in hand. I think in terms of goal setting again. I'm kind of adapting this from marketing perspectives. But the impact. I like to think of in terms of not only impact on my own life but the impact. I have on others right and i think this is particularly. I was going to say. It's particularly in every area but it's particularly applicable inside of business goals right or finance goals career goals right when you think of when i achieved this goal or when i hit this target or whatever it is you're chasing am i. Am i only doing this to be self serving or am i actually creating something of impact for other people or am i. In my leveling up the level of service. I gave her the level of business. I provide or the The the level of customer service have or is the product that i provide. Actually you know impacting more people able to reach more people in my able to impact more people's lives right because if if you start to see like You know just. Because i'm going back to the drawing board in. Revamping my website. This am i really going to impact a lot of people No not really. It's just going to be more of a self serving type of goal and there's nothing wrong with self-serving type of goals right. There's absolutely nothing wrong with those. They have their place in their their validity. Right but in terms of thinking about impact. You know you're you're thinking about okay. I want to reach people around me. I wanna reach like. When i think about this in terms of making apps that i make in the pot in even inside of this podcast like. What's the impact going to be on you the listener. What's the impact is going to be on the end user of the technology that i'm building i'm providing right and when you think when you think it through and that level that's like next level deep thought and that really gives you more clarity. Why you're doing what you're doing right. Move onto the third piece in that is see confidence in. This is pretty straightforward. This is the confidence that you have in yourself that you can actually chief this thing right do you have. What is your level of confidence. Do you have confidence that you can hit it in this kind of goes back to to reach part right like are you you kind of assessing this and being like i don't know like new. This this is this is really make him a button pucker. You know what i mean like. I'm i can't do this or are you like overconfident. Are you just like your should be able to achieve this quarterly goal in a week right. Then you need to do some some reassessing. You need to be like okay There's probably a reason overconfident. In this in. Maybe maybe that overconfidence will be prove to be Nobody no right. Maybe it'll be like. Oh wow. I was way too overconfident in my abilities or my resources or my ability. Actually get this done right But then you might go the other way and you might be like well on of any confidence that i can get this done right in in this when you look at it through this frame then you start to say well okay. Let's go back to to the reach in the impact of my really doing the right thing in my actually pursuing the right thing. Because if. I don't have any confidence that i can get it done. Yeah it might completely change my life in the lives of others inside of the reach and impact category. But if it's if. I have zero confidence. I can hit it. Why would i pursue that thing right like why i'm wasting my time. Mangum ahead against a wall. And i'm gonna be miserable in it's not gonna benefit anyone. Okay now the the last piece. The fourth piece is e for effort k. Now what level of effort like is this going to is. This can require sixteen hours a day of your extreme deep focused to achieve or is it going to be ten minutes a day. Is it going to be an hour a day. Is it going to be three times a week. Is it going to be just on the weekends. Right what level of effort. And i like to put resources in here as well. What level of effort and resources is actually going to require to pull off. And when you look at a goal or target through this frame you start to be like okay. I'm having some good reach like this is actually pushing me forward personally and professionally. Okay the the impact is also there. It's gonna be you know it's going to impact a lot of people. It's going to push things forward. It's going to actually provide some new things. I'm pretty confident. I can hit it. But it's also gonna take me ten hours a day that i can't dedicate to it also pull off and then it falls apart right so is this is a really crazy awesome framework that i really like to to think through in terms of all this because i hope you can see kind of how all these are interconnected right as you go through each one of them in you really take your goal your target or your your aim in life. Whatever it is. You're chasing her hunting and you put it through each one of these frames like filter it down to be a lot more clear in what you can do what you actually can hit and then you start to also get more clear on that. Why like all of these filter into that y right and it's it's amazing. I've started to do this inside of pretty much. All the different business goals that. I'm shooting for over the next two to three months. And i gotta tell you like it's a game changer. For me it really is because like i said it. Just it really frames your daily decision making on a whole different level because once you have this okay. I know. I'm reaching for something that is within my grasp but also challenging me. I know that the impact that it's creating is going to be enough impact that i'm comfortable with making but also not just like doing it just for me. I'm pretty confident. You should be at least over fifty percent confident that you can hit this goal right. You don't wanna be down in like ten twenty percent range but you don't wanna be like you know ninety ninety five percent range like yeah if you're up there that's great but you're also probably not challenging enough. You're not reaching far enough right and see how the reach. The confidence are kind of interconnected and the effort is is another thing that a lot of people don't consider in in this kind of threw me off a lot when i started when i first started going down this path and rely when i really sat down and was like okay to to achieve this thing that i wanna do in business or to pull out like when i started pulling off the the run your day apple. I completely underestimated the amount of effort. That was going to go into it like it ended up being something that yeah like. The impact was there. The reach was there. The confidence was there and then the effort. I completely underestimated. But i didn't put that through this type of framework. So i didn't. I wasn't doing this at that time right. And if i would've known out been like okay you know. There's a lot more effort involved in this. So therefore my confidence score goes down but the impact also goes up in the region goes a little bit

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Trump lawyers argue impeachment based on hatred, not facts'.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:55 min | 10 months ago

Trump lawyers argue impeachment based on hatred, not facts'.

"Trump's impeachment lawyers accused democrats of waging a campaign of hatred against the former president before they spread through their defense of his actions and fiery words before the january six insurrection at the us capitol hurtling the senate toward a final vote in his historic trial. The defense team vigorously denied on friday that trump had incited the deadly riot and said his encouragement of followers to fight like hell to rally was routine political speech. They play dozens of out of context clips showing democrats some senators now serving as jurors also telling supporters to fight aiming to establish a parallel with. Trump's overheated rhetoric but the presentation blurred the difference between general encouragement to battle the causes and trump's fight against officially accepted national election results. The defeated president was telling his supporters to fight on after every state had verified. Its results of the electoral. College affirmed them and after nearly every election lawsuit filed by trump and his allies that being rejected in court the case is speeding toward a vote and likely acquittal. Perhaps as soon as saturday with the senate evenly divided between democrats and republicans the two thirds majority required for conviction. Trump's lawyers made an abbreviated presentation. That used less than three of their allotted. Sixteen hours undeterred by the deadly violence. Senators josh hawley. And ted cruz were prominent among eight senators and one hundred and thirty nine representatives who objected to set joe biden's electoral college win. Both faced calls to resign yet. Now they get a say in whether trump should be held accountable for his actions.

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Democrats Wrap Up Impeachment Case

WSJ What's News

01:35 min | 10 months ago

Democrats Wrap Up Impeachment Case

"House. Impeachment managers have wrapped up their final day of presentations in the senate trial of former president. Donald trump congresswoman diana get focused on statements from rioters during and after the incident. The insurrectionist argued with law enforcement that they shouldn't even be fighting them because they believed that the commander in chief was ordering this. This was the person's understanding when president elect biden went on television that day to demand end to the siege. One woman asked this to see not realize president trump called us to see the congressional reporter. Lindsey wise has more on their presentations today. Another major theme. Is this idea that. Donald trump's behavior makes it necessary to bar him from office in the future because the way they're putting it. The democratic managers is that they're not trying to punish trump for what happened but that they feel it's important to convict him so that he can never hold office again. I think that that is something that they're trying to appeal to the senators that it would be frankly dangerous to have him. You know running for office again in this country. Trump's defense team will begin their presentations tomorrow. They of sixteen hours total but his lawyers plan to only use a day. One of trump's lawyers david shown criticized democrats for showing videos of rioters saying it was not helpful to the healing process and that trump had condemned the

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What to expect from Trump's second impeachment trial

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

02:49 min | 10 months ago

What to expect from Trump's second impeachment trial

"Us senate rejected president trump's constitutional objection to his impeachment trial. So opening arguments begin tomorrow. Abc's elizabeth is going to be following. How's it going to go so while they're gonna start around noon tomorrow and each side will have about sixteen hours to make their opening arguments. It'll be starting with the democratic house. Impeachment managers likely will be taking place over the course of two days. And as we've been talking about. We expect them to rely heavily on video in these opening arguments. They have teased that they could have some new evidence. Some new video evidence that would be released in the next few days and then we'll hear from former president trump's legal team after that the question still is if any witnesses would be called but it is unlikely at this point given how quickly each side wants to move forward with this trial for it to go quickly. We heard from public and senator roy blunt from missouri. Today that this could be done as soon as sunday well soon as valentine's day. Abc's elizabeth shows e will be listening to see if there are any surprises from the house. Impeachment managers recline. How's it going to go. I think the key from here is is how you get the country to engage in this. There is so much emotion wrapped in day. One the jury in this is the american public. It's not about convincing republican senators. Although there may be a few that support this it's about engaging educating and illuminating this moment and establishing an important guideline precedent moving forward. And i also i'm just curious to see how president trump reacts. He obviously doesn't have his favourite means of communication and twitter but based on our reporting that he was unhappy with his legal team. I feel like we're primed for some kind of a trump corruption in some warmer fashion recline. Our political director. Steve roberts our political analyst challenges ahead for for either side. Well yes and one of the challenges ahead is for the democrats and the biden agenda. I mean a president biden clearly wants to keep no fingerprints whatsoever on this trial He's his spokesman declined repeatedly to make any comments about it And there's a reason for that It's not just a distraction from his agenda and his Drive to pass covid relief Measures but also it can have a negative effect on his hopes of bipartisanship. Starting out here with a highly divisive issue and the democrats With all the talk from biden about unity and bipartisanship. There's a real risk here that they get off the on the wrong foot with republicans. So i'm going to be watching that to republicans hold it against the democrats and do does that make it more difficult for biden to pursue his agenda particularly if he wants any kind of republican cooperation

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Senate leaders reach agreement on impeachment trial rules

CRUSADE Channel Previews

00:51 sec | 10 months ago

Senate leaders reach agreement on impeachment trial rules

"Us senate leaders have reached a deal with house impeachment managers on the rose for the second trial of donald trump. According to senate majority leader chuck schumer quote. All parties have agreed to a structure that will ensure a fair and honest impeachment trial the structure. We have agreed to every fair it will allow for the trial to achieve its purpose truth and accountability. There will be a debate in a subsequent simple-majority vote later on today on the constitutionality of the trial. The democrats have more votes in the senate breaks for the fifty. Since cobbola harris would cast the deciding. Vote late last month. Five anti-trump republicans voted with democrats to proceed to a senatorial. Tomorrow there will be sixteen hours of debate for both the house. Impeachment managers and trump's defense lawyers trump has declined an invitation to testify on his

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Market Watch: A big week last week for BNB, AVAX & ADA PUMP!

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

04:52 min | 10 months ago

Market Watch: A big week last week for BNB, AVAX & ADA PUMP!

"Weddings. The often momentum if there was two based on the restarting sorry. There is some starting to come in. Rotten nasa bitcoin. Now point five percent thirty. Nine thousand disobeyed above looking watched drama theory. I'm also it was melissa morning as well. I think it was a sixteen hours. Just broken through the soldats relatively big candle But you know. Look a- probably i've taken that it's hard to side looking at it now and it's still around entry by the way looking at it now. It is a pretty large candle. But it's been on such a great run And it looks good on the daily guy. Las week it closed up twenty two percent bitcoin last week. Also off at seventeen percents. Pretty good wig had talked to perform as It's wall sorry during the sixteen hundred and thirty four dollars up one point. Two three percent exile pays up two point two at forty two cents really messy shot probably not going to say much there from what behalf until he got about forty eight point toe instead of new. Hire lloyd Recycle that trend backing off the madness was whatever happened. regarding that That pump lost wake before whenever it was. I forget so waiting to see how that goes. Bitcoin cash pray a Counting good luck. Come off that level loss. What we saw it up. Wake of eleven point. Four two percent coming off that level talking seventy five there is some amendment coming in. But it's not. It's not major like the trends there but it's it's coughing and sputtering it's not that really off To warrant may really snow looking hard for tribes its up point. Non of a senate four hundred fifty dollars and seventy five cents lot coins at one fifty one sixty four point three percent. It's not looking to amazing the weekly still this strong. It's up sixteen point five percent as we speak but a guess on las wake. I should say as we speak. Its up point. Three six as we speak at one fifty one sixty three ails had a pretty solid day yesterday. Upset and percent the wake. Well i wanna walmart's close Strong up seventeen percent a still needs to really get above the resistance of three dollars and ninety four cents all that rage in. It's in a bit of a consolidation channel at the moment we can get through. We've got something to talk about something to work with a as they still not done yet. It's still within that ryan but there could be opportunities. Exclusively comes good. It's not really good right now on the four hour or anything that some people for damn point six three dollars forty one basis they flat against the percent today but lost weight was pretty flat to that hundred ninety five dollars flat wrought now and loss weeks candle was bullish and it was bullet close up. It's up five. Point two cents on what's going on their bonnets huge week. Seventy three dollars and eleven cents re approaching guys. All highs ole time is up seven percent so far to die. Las week top performa. It was up fifty four percent. A knob -solutely. Wonderful move on. Bonnets their seventy three dollars and fifty. I said and a very very strong market Pullback announced moving on cod. I also lost weight having a fantastic way. It was top of the pops up ninety one percent. Isn't that just in sign fee. Talk about you know back in. Let's guy came back to the first enter of held kudzanai for wobbled entry. That i took last year to break through the first flat level in the daily full cook. Let's call five cents a stunt tax on that already mole and tannock's and this is a big yet has been a top ten for a long time so kaduna really Stepping it up a notch is car. Sixty five cents down point four six percent right now little bit average on the lower timeframe the minute not something that i'm really looking to sink morte to solicit cakes Hot it's not doing right now. Link is down off percents still crab walking up the very average looking dilate shot that the wake were loss. Wake up nine point. Six percents not knocking out of the park. Just she hasn't said twenty foot over sixty three dan hof percents. The market is starting to wake up a little bit. The alz Certainly the place to bay That's one looking by this right now. And i'm telling you rutta ivax also-rans referred to it's up sixteen percent today Last week it was up. Seventy five percent big stocks awake already up sixteen following my mental when we get these markets moving. It is wise to follow the momentum. Follow the trend and look for your opportunities. And that's trading strategy comes in just you entries gives you points which you can get involved in a point soon the direction which markets to get involved

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Searching For Indoor Beauties

Plant Of The Week

05:17 min | 10 months ago

Searching For Indoor Beauties

"Now because it's just grasses embarking things all of which i enjoy but we now have to look indoors for plants by that meaning. They're there I just walked by a whole raft of them. grafted tack time all kinds of sizes shapes and colors. Very very cute interesting and so on then right next to those was a plant. That is in flower right now. Indoors of course qalandia. Then african violence come into their own right now. Now they have been in of course before now but they're still outstanding at this point in time and then many large and small tropicals by that meaning the size the plant as well as the size of the leave and then some of the variegated tropicals posts and Some of the ivy's and so on are very pretty in their variegated nature and then if we look around and have taken care not to have too much water too much cold and so on on our poinsettias. They're probably still in half decent bloom at this time. I know that mine are and then looking back. You're cutting off of a white one and kept the breakfast kept the stems. The flowers dip stuck in a little vessel of water and i waited and waited and waited. Made sure the water stadium and then all of a sudden it's starting to show some new green leaves and lord knows the little rascal has rooted. I'm going to take a clear on through this winter out into the yard next summer. Let it develop. And i'm going to have a white one of my own so to speak next winter so those are the things that are happening right now and and one of the things too that is backing this statement of mine. The industry keeps track of sales and gross of of what is being grown so much like any other industry keeps track and the sales and a well. Let's call it. Sales of indoor plants has exploded this year. Many people being trapped inside needed something besides the dog or the cat would screaming kids and they have turned to indoor plants. And it's it's showing on actual sales records and that's good now one of the other things that i find really very interesting. Because i've looked at it several times a month apart. Countertop earns a friend of mine's wife has a very attractive when she grows six different herbs. Right on the countertop luminaries in the top of it place to put six pots little holders On and off switch well. It's a time thing. She tries to get sixteen hours of sun or sun light on these plants every day and loves to cook with fresh herbs. So there's all kinds of things that can be doing and color right now. Well what you should do is get one of those herb gardens and give it to your brother the gourmet and let him cook a nice dinner. If he was closer you can believe that would have been done. He he keeps over. A number of things in one is a bay plant now. I'm not gonna liberate too much but that would be plant has been cut back down to three feet tall. He totes it into the family room. Whether it's good light each fall brings it back out into the garden. Each spring and uses bay leaves galore in all of his cooking. So there's there's all kinds of things like that Sometimes i wish it closer. Sometimes we're about to write distance apart but when it comes to food and him being chef. I really wish he was a whole lot closer. There you go. Hey you know. Gardening indoors in the wintertime is different. Because there's limited light so limited growth right surely so mark and and then not only limited light but limited humidity many homes or dryers in the sahara desert by actual readings they're under thirty percent moisture in the air and so on Can and does shut plants down. I don't mean it kills them but they are not growing much right now. They should be in good light. They should be kept moist not wet but moist and no fertilizer right now while they're resting but it's just a different kind of gardening Where you may have had to water those plants if you keep the other things indoors all the time. You may have had to water them. Once a week. In the summer spring summer fall. Now you might even get by. They might even get by with every two weeks The best way to tell is put the first knuckle of your big finger into the soil if it's dried down that roughly one inch then it's time to water water to the point. Soya soiled gets moist. Excess water drains away. And then you don't water again onto maybe up to two weeks so it's just a whole different kind of gardening. Respecting the plants means where they don't have greatest needs while near dormant. Don't push him. Don't over water but keep minnesota on at least good ambient light at the site of a window so that they will continue to grow and be beautiful for you. Why

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Many Tigray refugees entering Sudan with nothing but their clothes: UNHCR

UN News

05:56 min | 11 months ago

Many Tigray refugees entering Sudan with nothing but their clothes: UNHCR

"Nearly sixty thousand people. From ethiopia's volatile tigray region have now crossed the border to remote southeastern sudan optimal than two months of fighting many with just the clothes on their backs. The emergency has created a massive protection challenge for the un refugee agency in sudan. Unhcr which is doing everything. It can't provide what they need as spokesperson. Xl bishop tells us news is daniel johnson. I've just been on a mission to the east. Where i have looked at the response in relation to the refugee influx from ideo. Peel right. so we're going to talk about the refugee influx which comes after two and a half months of fighting water. The numbers now that you're seeing seeking shelter over the border of sudan from ethiopia's northern region of tigray so we have about fifty eight thousand at europeans. Which are actually entered into saddam at the moment the influx is between two to five hundred people daily coming across the border. They're coming in through to border areas Diet and lewke that number coming over two to five hundred a day. That's a lot less than it was but you suggesting that perhaps people are just too far away from the border to get to safety across the border now yes the first influx which resources came from the villages on the western side of tigray at the moment the people which we are seeing of people who have walked for some time what we see is that maybe we have an indication that the western side of being emptied and the people seeking shelter not come from further away. What are they telling you what are their needs. So i mean. Most of the people have Actually entered sudan without anything so they come with their clothes but many many few coming with no possessions at what we hear is that many come without documentation which is also something which we are trying to address the first influx came in relation to direct fighting the influx which we have now. The people are telling us that it's more in relation to the fact that they don't feel safe in tigray not so much because of the fighting because they are from the gray area. So do you have an idea. About what the level of fighting is in tigray today. What is your access you know we are working on the sudan side and our office in addis. Ababa is actually trying to gain access now. What we are doing is trying to relocate them. From the border areas further inland. We have two camps at the moment which are some distance from the border where border conflict should not be a problem. Okay but i'm just concerned that there's no access to hundreds of thousands potentially of people on the other side of the border of sudan with. He need essential food. Water and other services reported rising malnutrition from the office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs and they cited bureaucratic obstacles in in getting access to people who need it so. What's the latest you have on tensely getting help to these people in need as we are sitting here on the sudan side we are focusing on the influx which has come across the border from at the opium and we also have offices in the opium which are dealing with the people who have moved inside the tigray area but also inside at your more at large. So let's talk about two and a half months into this conflict. In the northern region of tigrayan ethiopia. You're trying to relocate tens of thousands potentially of refugees because you've got camps further inland in sudan. Could you may be explain what the difficulties are first of all. It's always a challenge to actually find. Land land something which is owned here by individuals but also by government and we have been working together with the government of sudan. We go a piece of land which is old campsite which is called ambre kuba what we have placed about twenty thousand refugees at the moment here. We have within. I would say short span in able to at least all stem in attempts but also ensure water health and food the second site which we have because kuba has been saturated is tenable. it's further way than kouba and it takes about twelve to fourteen sometimes. Sixteen hours to actually have the buses leaving the border area arriving at the campsite. Which therefore makes it arrivals in the middle of the night now. The campsite is located in a very remote area where we don't have any electricity and we are concerned that actually offloading these amounts of people in the middle of the night with no lights is something of a concern to us. We are trying to do this now. In such a way that we have larger area rub whole set up where we host people until we have the song light out again and then we give them the tents which have been set up for them. Sure and final. Question to you mr bishop. We are two and a half months into this conflict refugees telling you that. They are hopeful. Being able to return amid this fighting between two grants and the marines in the northern region of ethiopia. Refugees are still hopeful. But i think that what we see Is that people are here for longer term and why we have had some people expressing hopes to return they would like to return to the tigray. Which was there some three months ago not to the new situation which stay. I've heard the bald.

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How to Save Your Marriage

The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

05:11 min | 11 months ago

How to Save Your Marriage

"Going to promise you one thing and that is that we could save your marriage so many times on the show. We've talked about marriage problems and often the solution for serious problems is marriage. Therapy easy to say you'll go but many times the one spouse will not go so what we're going to do is try and make it easy for you as a gift. We're going to give you two free days of marriage therapy. You won't have the expense and you won't have to leave the house. Starting today you will get a chance to look inside a marriage therapy weekend and here is what you'll see. We took eight couples who all admitted their marriages were on the brink of disaster. They spent the weekend with dr horrible hendrix. Who conducts these marriage workshops across the country and in the course of the weekend amazing results happened. Marriages were saved. And today you can begin to say yours. Tim and vicky webster have been married now. For two and a half years they are separated and vicky is expecting their third child. My next couple. Layton and debbie. Clark have three children and i've been married for six years. Derek and valencia. Stevens have been married for five and a half years. George and beth pasta have been married fifteen years and they have two children. Randy and pam mal have been married over twelve years and they have two children. Joe and karen stricklin have been married now for two years and they have three children from a previous marriage. Jim and laurie tolliver have been married nine months. The last of the eight couples has the biggest obstacle to overcome. James and mimi had been married six years. Mimi has filed for divorce. They came to the seminar truly to save the marriage. James and mimi lacey also joining us the mastermind behind this particular kind of marriage therapy and the author of this book which the therapy is based on called getting the love. You want getting the love you want. It is a guide for couples. Please welcome our marriage man. Harvard this. I have been watching some of the tape from the seminar and it is it has helped me and my relationship tremendously really has really just in learning how to fight fairly and so forth. Why is this different. It's different because there's a focus on an understanding that couples issues arise out of their childhood. And that when they present themselves in the relationship we have to understand that they come from someplace other than just the marriage so the workshop helps couples understand that provides them with some tools experiences information to help them resolve those childhood issues in their relationship. So we take the position that divorce is not the solution to a marriage that Working on marriage and resolving the childhood issue is the solution. So when you're married to someone you have to look at them for everything that they brought to the marriage before they got there exactly. Yeah childhood most important. You have to look at the childhood issues that were brought knowing that most of the conflict couples experience in their relationship comes from unresolved pains and hurts in childhood that are presenting themselves in adult form in the relationship. And if you know that then you know you're relating to a person when they're angry at you or upset or acting sort of crazy and you don't understand what's going on that relating to a person who's wounded and hurt and are dealing with that wound and hurt with the only skills and tools that they now have and that what you have to do in a relationship is to acquire new skills to deal with the old issues they have to be dealt with and so. The exercise that we're going to see now is called container. Exercise called a container exercise and this exercise comes actually at the end of two days of very intensive work. So it's about probably sixteen hours into the workshop before you get to this before you can get to this part because it takes a while to get to these kinds of feelings and the container is an exercise designed to help a couple deal with. What is what. I call a residual childhood rage. The hurts and pains the feelings. That are leftover that are created when when his little and get hurt and so. That rage shows up in marriages as Anger rage hurt and so forth in this container helps you deal with that because it has to be dealt with and resolve it so that you feel closer and more intimate afterwards. It creates compassionate intimacy rather than the distance that comes with most fights nats call container. Why because one person has to just listen. One person has to justice and one is a container that is they receive and listen and the other person is asked to go into their childhood hurt. It starts with something that happened in the relationship but then there to push their anger into the childhood memory and then into that pain. So there'd be a lot of expressions of intense anger and then tears usually come and then after that some talking and then when couples are doing this and they're real life you know in their home or in the workshop they alternate one listens as a carrying holding nurturing parrot and the other one goes in becomes regress like a little child back into that paint. Oakland alternate

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Habilitat Creating Community with Jeff Nash

The Addicted Mind Podcast

06:57 min | 11 months ago

Habilitat Creating Community with Jeff Nash

"Hello everyone welcome to the addicted. Mind podcast today. My guest is jeff. Nash and he is going to talk about habilitated and their model for sustained recovery. Jeff thank you so much for coming. Onto the addicted mind podcast. I am really interested to hear your story but also to hear your model of addiction treatment. Thank you thanks for means a pleasure to be here this morning. All right so tell us a little bit. Where does it all start for you. Oh wow that's a long story like a lot of people. I ended up getting involved with drugs alcohol at a very young age twelve years low and it got really bad really fast. By the time. I was sixteen years old. I was shooting heroin and other substances saw and renew sleep and of course that brought a lot of legal problems and now jail lots of treatment and i was raised in texas dallas texas and i went through fourteen different treatment programs throughout my life and continued really struggle in and out of jail in and out of programs so the age of thirty actually twenty nine years old is when i finally got it together and for me rui. I realized later that i needed. I needed more than just. The normal substance use treatment. I needed a life. Overall are some point hind landed in. Hawaii ended up in trouble ear in jail and eventually ended up in the village. And i kind of took to habilitates philosophy like a duck. They helped me find a passion. Nail figure out who i was and on the final i had a knack for helping other people. They put me through a lot of training. They sent me to school to learn about a substance use treatment and administration and things like that and eventually i became the program. Director for tat. And i did that job for about sixteen years. I was very blessed. I was trained but actually the last person that was trained by the people who founded the program unfortunately our founder any marino us. Since passed away. But i was very blessed to be trained by heaven his wife and then i did the program director of the program for about sixty years and the ultimate two thousand fifteen. I became the executive director. So i've been with a village out now for about twenty four years. I think and different abilities very much. Enjoy what we do and this is so you know. I found my niche. I guess and got a nice life. Now been clean and sober for about twenty four years. That's awesome that's career. Comedy story pretty similar to people's stories right. Tell me a little bit about the fourteen times of trying treatment so here you were addicted pretty early. I guess you know. I think he said thirteen or fourteen years old drugs. By the time. I was sixteen hours using obviously right so using some really hardcore drugs at a very young age very young age of development and you into fourteen different treatment centers. I mean. that's really like someone who is trying to get help ya. Well i think to me jimmy rule honest. I think my family wanted me to get a lot more than i really. Did you know. I had a lot of people i mean i have some childhood traumas that were unresolved goes very angry. Disenfranchised with life you know the family was dysfunctional. Common themes wait was substance abuse on trying and trying really. It was when i got to be a little bit older and how to jail and withdraw in jail and watching life pass me by and to get a little bit more motivated like i need to give together. This is not fine. I was actually of a lengthy prison sentence that i was facing drums now for for drug for drug possession. That's what prompted me to trying. Really dig down deep and try and overcome all these issues until you know certainly wasn't fixed a thirty day curated took me a few years therapy Few years of mentorship but there was a it. Sounds like there was a change in you where you said. Okay i gotta dig deeper here. Something's gotta be different. I can't keep going like this really crazy to say i was on about ninety milligrams of methadone back in the nineties. And i i went to jail overstated. They didn't give me the doses. Methadone so i ended up withdrawing older. Eat from both methadone in heroin on the floor. Wow jail and it was a newsroom experience. I mean it a really miserable experience you know. It was in that fog than i decided. you know. this isn't fun anymore. And you know i mean most of the reason that i was using drugs to escape age of of that i created for myself really but it was a coping skill. Drug use was a coping skill. Not not a very resourceful coping skill but it was yulong and you know the payable. That really made me decide that. I needed to try something else. I was very blessed. Because i i was in jail here in hawaii. And there's a program here old milita which is known as the long hard core long-term aren't or program and the you know. The word on the street was that if you really wanna get your act together. That's the place that you go. And i didn't have anything to lose. That's for sure. So i reached out to them in jail and call them. They came to visit me in jail in a few weeks later. They got me into the program so they are able to to take you in and you really wanted to to get some treatment. It sounds like you were kind of ready at that point. Yeah find the right place in the right place mentally and emotionally that i knew something had to change about jails institutions and death while i was facing all that and it became very apparent to me that the gig was up and it was time to make a change are the only alternative was either gonna die or overdose. Several times nearly died but is facing lindsay incarceration because of by drug use.

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Habilitat Creating Community with Jeff Nash

The Addicted Mind Podcast

04:43 min | 11 months ago

Habilitat Creating Community with Jeff Nash

"Hello everyone welcome to the addicted. Mind podcast today. My guest is jeff. Nash and he is going to talk about habilitated and their model for sustained recovery. Jeff thank you so much for coming. Onto the addicted mind podcast. I am really interested to hear your story but also to hear your model of addiction treatment. Thank you thanks for means a pleasure to be here this morning. All right so tell us a little bit. Where does it all start for you. Oh wow that's a long story like a lot of people. I ended up getting involved with drugs alcohol at a very young age twelve years low and it got really bad really fast. By the time. I was sixteen years old. I was shooting heroin and other substances saw and renew sleep and of course that brought a lot of legal problems and now jail lots of treatment and i was raised in texas dallas texas and i went through fourteen different treatment programs throughout my life and continued really struggle in and out of jail in and out of programs so the age of thirty actually twenty nine years old is when i finally got it together and for me rui. I realized later that i needed. I needed more than just. The normal substance use treatment. I needed a life. Overall are some point hind landed in. Hawaii ended up in trouble ear in jail and eventually ended up in the village. And i kind of took to habilitates philosophy like a duck. They helped me find a passion. Nail figure out who i was and on the final i had a knack for helping other people. They put me through a lot of training. They sent me to school to learn about a substance use treatment and administration and things like that and eventually i became the program. Director for tat. And i did that job for about sixteen years. I was very blessed. I was trained but actually the last person that was trained by the people who founded the program unfortunately our founder any marino us. Since passed away. But i was very blessed to be trained by heaven his wife and then i did the program director of the program for about sixty years and the ultimate two thousand fifteen. I became the executive director. So i've been with a village out now for about twenty four years. I think and different abilities very much. Enjoy what we do and this is so you know. I found my niche. I guess and got a nice life. Now been clean and sober for about twenty four years. That's awesome that's career. Comedy story pretty similar to people's stories right. Tell me a little bit about the fourteen times of trying treatment so here you were addicted pretty early. I guess you know. I think he said thirteen or fourteen years old drugs. By the time. I was sixteen hours using obviously right so using some really hardcore drugs at a very young age very young age of development and you into fourteen different treatment centers. I mean. that's really like someone who is trying to get help ya. Well i think to me jimmy rule honest. I think my family wanted me to get a lot more than i really. Did you know. I had a lot of people i mean i have some childhood traumas that were unresolved goes very angry. Disenfranchised with life you know the family was dysfunctional. Common themes wait was substance abuse on trying and trying really. It was when i got to be a little bit older and how to jail and withdraw in jail and watching life pass me by and to get a little bit more motivated like i need to give together. This is not fine. I was actually of a lengthy prison sentence that i was facing drums now for for drug for drug possession. That's what prompted me to trying. Really dig down deep and try and overcome all these issues until you know certainly wasn't fixed a thirty day curated took me a few years therapy Few years of mentorship

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Interview With Jeff Nash ON Creating Community

The Addicted Mind Podcast

04:34 min | 11 months ago

Interview With Jeff Nash ON Creating Community

"Hello everyone welcome to the addicted. Mind podcast today. My guest is jeff. Nash and he is going to talk about habilitated and their model for sustained recovery. Jeff thank you so much for coming. Onto the addicted mind podcast. I am really interested to hear your story but also to hear your model of addiction treatment. Thank you thanks for means a pleasure to be here this morning. All right so tell us a little bit. Where does it all start for you. Oh wow that's a long story like a lot of people. I ended up getting involved with drugs alcohol at a very young age twelve years low and it got really bad really fast. By the time. I was sixteen years old. I was shooting heroin and other substances saw and renew sleep and of course that brought a lot of legal problems and now jail lots of treatment and i was raised in texas dallas texas and i went through fourteen different treatment programs throughout my life and continued really struggle in and out of jail in and out of programs so the age of thirty actually twenty nine years old is when i finally got it together and for me rui. I realized later that i needed. I needed more than just. The normal substance use treatment. I needed a life. Overall are some point hind landed in. Hawaii ended up in trouble ear in jail and eventually ended up in the village. And i kind of took to habilitates philosophy like a duck. They helped me find a passion. Nail figure out who i was and on the final i had a knack for helping other people. They put me through a lot of training. They sent me to school to learn about a substance use treatment and administration and things like that and eventually i became the program. Director for tat. And i did that job for about sixteen years. I was very blessed. I was trained but actually the last person that was trained by the people who founded the program unfortunately our founder any marino us. Since passed away. But i was very blessed to be trained by heaven his wife and then i did the program director of the program for about sixty years and the ultimate two thousand fifteen. I became the executive director. So i've been with a village out now for about twenty four years. I think and different abilities very much. Enjoy what we do and this is so you know. I found my niche. I guess and got a nice life. Now been clean and sober for about twenty four years. That's awesome that's career. Comedy story pretty similar to people's stories right. Tell me a little bit about the fourteen times of trying treatment so here you were addicted pretty early. I guess you know. I think he said thirteen or fourteen years old drugs. By the time. I was sixteen hours using obviously right so using some really hardcore drugs at a very young age very young age of development and you into fourteen different treatment centers. I mean. that's really like someone who is trying to get help ya. Well i think to me jimmy rule honest. I think my family wanted me to get a lot more than i really. Did you know. I had a lot of people i mean i have some childhood traumas that were unresolved goes very angry. Disenfranchised with life you know the family was dysfunctional. Common themes wait was substance abuse on trying and trying really. It was when i got to be a little bit older and how to jail and withdraw in jail and watching life pass me by and to get a little bit more motivated like i need to give together. This is not fine. I was actually of a lengthy prison sentence that i was facing drums now for for drug for drug possession. That's what prompted me to trying. Really dig down deep and try and overcome all these issues until

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Your Career Future in an AI Digital Tech World  Somi Arian  Career Fear - burst 11

A New Direction

05:09 min | 1 year ago

Your Career Future in an AI Digital Tech World Somi Arian Career Fear - burst 11

"How do we. How do we reach those people to get them to understand whether you're the deniers or whether you're the the as yukon the career fair people what do we what do we need to do to bring them in. And maybe maybe we need to understand. Help them understand why they feel that way and what we can do to help them change their change their thought process. Okay so Step one stop watching netflix. I i was not ready for that. So i was not why. Why do we need to stop watching that flexible. That's great because they are wasting their time. You know it's like the world is going into direction where there's going to be ten percent of people doing all the work ninety ninety percent of people not having much to do the way that are going if it continues the way that is going because the age of middle classes is over. Yeah people are Madrid people in the west. I feel like they have especially you know. Our generation millennials Dave not seen difficulty if not seen adversity yet. This is like this generation After world war two the baby boomers agassi. They created the The middle class. Has you know everything was going upwards in everything was going better. You could get a job after five years. You could knew that you'd be able to have enough money for deposit of a house and then you would be able to get mortgage you know how to family. That's not going to be the case for our generation because the nature of technology is deflationary. Because i as technology moving forward more and more people are job because we're not going to need that many people who don't have unique amazing skills so what we need the cut this book although yes it tells you how to Have a better career in the future. But the truth is the steps. The things that i talk about in the book they are not for everybody. This is not the kind of thing you know. It's not a book that's like you know emmanuel for how to get the job like how to write a better seavy. It's not that kind of thing you know. You need to come a unique worker unique person. You need to develop maltese skills. You need to be multi skilled and you need to be highly highly skilled in your soft skills or you know what i call human skills just emotional intelligence contextual creativity. Mindfulness and critical thinking. And those things take time to develop. So if you are you know have twenty four hours. Eight hours of sleep. You need that right. I used to sacrifice sleep. And i realized you know from reading a lot in it and thinking a lot about where i'm going to go and i was like what i'm doing is not sustainable. I need to get enough sleep. Okay so if i'm gonna get enough sleep. Then i have sixteen hours to work right and out of those sixteen hours I definitely need to give an hour for exercise. Okay i can listen to an audio book while i'm on treadmill and i'm doing my workout. I need maybe a bad of fourteen minnesota. So for general kind of things like say a meditation and things like that twenty minutes to shower so it about fourteen hours who work fourteen hours to work right so what. I'm suggesting in the book. If you are going to be in that top ten percents. This book is written for people who want to be in the top ten. Set if you're going to be the top temps then you need to work for fourteen hours. I'm not talking about work as in. Sit down and like you know just like not. Talking argument repetitive things. When i say works. Let's say out of that. Fourteen hours four to six hours of paraguay should be dedicated to research and development. Learning new skills when i say working over. I'm sitting here practicing linear algebra. I'm working as part of work. I think about newtonian and i aside. You know like dot. Org beh- using so many. I think so. Many people. And i know that there is a group of people who would say oh. Well this is millennials. Origen zad or even some Late xers but people are going so many work. I wanna work that hard i want. That's already than i'm sorry. The way things are going. I know you want to tell you what you want to hear or do you want me to tell you the truth. The truth is that

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"sixteen hours" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"sixteen hours" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"A closet for about sixteen hours daily for a month and denied food at the family home U. S. military says it conducted an airstrike against Taliban forces in southern Afghanistan only days after American and Taliban leaders finally ambitious peace deal the first US strike against the militant group on eleven days was in response to a Taliban assault on Afghan government forces you're never more than fifteen minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's new station KTAR news I got this opportunity well former vice president Joe Biden's saying it ain't over him it's not exactly over though for Bernie Sanders the guy the other guy that Biden was referring to there so yesterday going into super Tuesday yesterday morning here on Arizona's morning news our DC insider Alex Castellanos who's been working in presidential politics since Ronald Reagan's first run for the presidency joined us and we asked him which states should Arizona take a look at to maybe help predict how Arizona will go in the presidential preference primary which is less than two weeks from now and Alex said a couple of states keep an eye on Colorado look even Texas that's two hundred and twenty eight votes tonight in Texas those are states I think that'll give you a hint about what's happening in Arizona as well Hey I really respect Alex in his in his opinions but apple Colorado went for Bernie Sanders and Biden one Texas not Bernie had a double digit lead over other sixty nine percent of the precincts reporting right now bit a Bernie is going to win that Bernie Sanders had a double digit percentage lead over Joe Biden meanwhile in Texas buying one but by only three percentage points but he's at one point was projected to lose Texas here's one thing I'm wondering is is the indoor so you know normally we talk about political endorsements and how much do they really help but Biden got late endorsement in Texas from Beto o'rourke in Minnesota he got Amy called Afshar he got people to judge and I don't think Indiana voted last night now they did not but I'm wondering how much in those two states at least those endorsements may have helped Joe Biden well Minnesota was expected to go the the Bernie Sanders a matter of fact yeah it was like a Bernese I would have bet on Minnesota going to Bernie at five thirty eight which is the you know kind of an amalgamation of pulls out there they predicted that Sanders had a sixty nine percent chance of winning I'm sorry fifty three percent chance of winning there and did not win and Massachusetts also surprised Bernie Sanders is expected to win they're quite handily Byton one there and Elizabeth Warren who course is the senior senator from Massachusetts came in third so is she gonna still come here she supposed to visit mesa on Saturday Bernie Sanders definitely still come in tomorrow and we will have complete coverage here on KTAR news got going late into the the night of a lot of people are also wondering info this guy's gonna drop out to Michael Bloomberg ABC news political director Rick Klein says Bloomberg's campaign is showing you can't buy love with money nine hole delegates works out to about twenty three million dollars per delegate he did win the American Samoa caucuses but of course he had much bigger plans for this night wait a second I got here that that that stat again nine hole delegates works out to about twenty three million dollars per delegate jugglers per delegate while I tweeted someone a gift last night of Bloomberg shoveling cash into a fireplace burning it could be I don't know all right we will continue of course to bring you up to date on what happened in super Tuesday and last night and what's going to happen here in Arizona right now it is six eighteen and time for a tech check with him commando alcohol cigarettes and Facebook all three are addictive in the case of Facebook what happens if you simply give it up teacher Wednesday consumer tech update brought to you by linkedin hire the right people with linkedin jobs visit linkedin dot com slash Kim and get fifty dollars off your first job post researchers with the American economic association investigated how heavy Facebook users would react if they suddenly stopped using Facebook for Medicaid just the thought put them in a psychological tizzy they refused to participate but of the twenty seven hundred who did unplug from Facebook for just four weeks here's what happened the average unplug his political views remain unchanged but on Congress got an hour the life back each day with sixty minutes of new productive time I'm bloggers reported improvements in overall happiness life satisfaction together with less depression and less anxiety I quit Facebook along time ago and I agree I'm Kim commando at six nineteen you can't quit work well maybe you can but you got to have a job right and you got to get there and here's deterred and help you do that from the valley Chevy dealers traffic.

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"sixteen hours" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen hours" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And and the fact of the matter is is it again what you have on display here's desperation well you know the desperation was there when they started talking Russia collusion that when he's when he was bringing that up when when that became but when that became this rant yesterday you knew they were done and I heard one of the president's attorney say that they plan on taking this took me another sixteen hours of it that he believes that they plan and I'm taking the whole twenty four hours you're right where where do you go there yeah there's no new information we've learned nothing new we know what they that's the problem we all know what the cases yes right eight six six ninety right I would would I radio toll free at eight six six zero your new prison I lived with this to fight crime here's the way there are monsters roaming our streets that's the only way the suspects can be described after their horrifically rhymes our first case takes us to a neighborhood near Thomas and fifty Seventh Avenue on April fourteenth twenty thirteen Sunday morning about five thirty in the morning when a nine year old woman received a knock at her door Phoenix police sergeant Jerry Burke says she didn't recognize the man but thought it might be your neighbor so she opened the door unfortunately the suspect forces Wei yen immediately began beating this a nine year old woman and then sexually assaulted her the man took nothing from the house when he finally left his intent was to force his way into the home beat her and raped her the elderly woman survived it was able to give police a good description for a composite sketch your head be some connection to that neighborhood whether he was staying over at a friend's house with three lives there whether he was doing landscaping there is a connection white this suspect was there Sunday morning at five thirty our next case happened on Sunday April thirteenth twenty fourteen near thirty Fifth Avenue in Buckeye it was eight PM and a homeless man was walking along the street when he was stopped by a white male in a older model sedan the pastor of the vehicle said a few words to the victim the victim then walk closer to the vehicle at which time some type of excel or it was thrown onto the victim and it was lit on fire sergeant Burke says the man stumbled to an alley and collapse.

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"sixteen hours" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

12:46 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen hours" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Baloney I am here as counsel to the president of the United States our team is proud to be here representing president trump we support this resolution it is a fair way to proceed with this trial it is modeled on the Clinton resolution which had a hundred senators supporting it the last time this body considered impeachment it requires the house managers to stand up and make their opening statement and make their case they have delayed bringing this could impeachment to this house for thirty three days thirty three days to this body and it's time to start with this trial it's a fair process they will have the opportunity to stand up and make their opening statement they will get twenty four hours to do that then the president's attorneys will have a chance to respond after that all of you will have sixteen hours to ask whatever questions you have of either side once that's finished and you have all of that information we will proceed to the question of witnesses and some of the more difficult questions that will come before this body we are in favor of this we believe that once you hear those initial presentations the only conclusion will be that the president has done absolutely nothing wrong and that these articles of impeachment do not begin to approach the standard required by the constitution and in fact they themselves will establish nothing beyond those articles you look at those articles alone and you will determine that there is absolutely no case so we respectfully ask you to adopt this resolution so that we can begin with this process it is long past time to start this proceeding and we're here today to do it and we hope that the house managers will agree with us and begin this proceeding today we reserve the remainder of our time for rebuttal right that was Patsy baloney White House counsel making the points okay you impeach them game on we got twenty four hours you're you make your case then the president's team will make their case sixteen long hours of questions then the issue of witnesses executive privilege issues if they come up well then be sorted out and all the whining by truck Schumer and company I'm fair this what are they talking the the only place where there was total complete unfairness was the house that set aside all president every consideration that was given to Donald Trump verses none given to well not given a Donald Trump everyone was given to Bill Clinton and I was in ninety eight I mean I've never seen anything like this the rules everything you need to know the trial starts resumes Chief Justice Roberts presiding the Senate is the jury the prosecutors are the house managers announced by Nancy Pelosi the president has the White House counsel Jay Sekulow Ken Starr Alan Dershowitz Pam Bondi Robert ray and now a number of the house leaders like Jim Jordan and mark meadows and and company those that know what they're talking about John Radcliffe they are now a part of it pretty all star team yeah John Radcliffe now joining meadows lease Seldon a least a phonic Doug Collins is making great Mike Johnson Debbie Lesko good team presidents team as a good take anyway here to sort sort through all of this and is so me now we go forward with this you know Schumer ship Shem show now that has moved to the Senate Gregg Jarrett fox news legal analysts author witch hunt and David shown civil liberties attorney former board member believe it or not of the Alabama civil liberties union welcome both of you back to the program Greg we will start with you as you watch this unfold today I mean all I hear is political posturing about fundamental fairness when zero is being given Donald Trump up until today I understand there's a run on no does it Walgreens soon as you know don't want any is a proper respect to beta for what procedures to adopt and frankly you know each going to be a tap tap it bore because Democrats are going to be introducing endless amendments that are destined to go no where in the end Republican senators will adopt Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's resolution setting forth the order in the parameters of the trial opening statements first written questions from senators then as it was in the Clinton impeachment a decision on whether witnesses will even be necessary or relevant it's sound it's logical you don't know when to use here the case from the managers and the defense whether any witnesses are are necessary but you know you're certainly hearing from Adam Schiff the leading house manager for the Democrats the usual inflammatory bromides misdeeds corruption cover up these are articles of impeachment that on their face do not constitute impeachable offenses especially the second one you know the Supreme Court has said repeatedly that you cannot you know why as an individual for exercising a legal right or privilege which is what the president did at invoking executive privilege and absolute immunity for senior advisers that the house wanted to call that's not an impeachable offense and frankly that one should be subject to a motion to dismiss and then you know Democrats or Republicans can't have added on the merits of of article one which is also defective very interesting because one year from today now how are we gonna have Donald Trump in that office or a president forty six I'd say based on the reaction of the country to this madness I would expect a forty five to have another term your take from a legal standpoint David show I mean the circus continues it's really unbelievable if a lawyer or a senator non lawyer but in this case a lawyer can't make the case for impeachment here in twenty four hours of talking got to find a new job I mean that is absolutely absurd to complain about that twelve hours a day how long do they want to paralyze the Senate and the whole thing with this nonsense it's really unbelievable and of course as you know at the eleventh hour they resist about that's the below that he should be disqualified because he might be a fact witness in the case is that a joke meet Nadler and ships ships certainly should be affected as my kids I said that they should be disqualified from the start but I need to dignify them by making it seem as if one would want them on the team because they seem to be so with that falling all over themselves did I suppose it's the kind of person press number one on the house manager Steve but got it it's really it's really horrible process we've got to move past this well I don't think we're moving fast pass today to quit but you're right twenty four hours a long enough period of time look they couldn't wait there was such urgency they had to get this done before Christmas then they went on vacation and then they held it back then they tried to dictate the constitutional role in the Senate but they made their case they impeach the president now the issue of witnesses I want to go to in the issue of executive privilege both very important issues that'll come up out once the presentations are made by both sides and on the witness issue the house constitutionally Gregg Jarrett my reading of the constitution is clear they have the sole power of impeachment they have now impeach the president now their managers are going to make their case before the US Senate the Senate has the sole power to try the case why if they made their case why don't they just present what they have found that is so important to impeach a president on them if they want to bring in witnesses why would only the witnesses that that the fact witnesses of the case they put together be valid another is why they talk about other witnesses that they chose not to bring into the house proceedings exactly and it's a great point we front from now lower and ships and pull will see that the evidence is overwhelming and compelling why then do you need no witnesses the same witnesses by the way that you chose not to hear from in the house and that was your job to develop the evidence the information though witnesses instead what they called were nothing but here say witnesses who offered speculation hearsay or opinion witnesses that's what we got one fact witnesses name was ambassador somnolence right and yet you know might here's a typical example George can do service in the state department testified he believed there was a quid pro quo by the president he got that he said from is C. M. bill Taylor who heard it from him Morrison who heard it from ambassador Simon who said he presumed dead and then he heard from the president who said I want nothing I want no quid pro quo what Drupal here say that junk that's not allowed in a court of law it shouldn't even be allowed here but of course that's where that the house managers half alright but I'm assuming that look you got some Republicans out there well maybe we should bring in John Bolton Mike Pompeii Mick Mulvaney S. I mean you're right the White House counsel that was a joke today especially with the compromise corrupt can get congenital liar some now on the issue of executive privilege David shown are excuse me this goes back to George Washington and has been invoked by many many presidents the clear constitutional need has been established and that is that a president needs to have especially on foreign affairs a team that can speak freely and openly to a president to advise them on on the best course of action without a fear that what they say the president one day is going to be subject to a subpoena absolutely one hundred percent right and it's a very sick with a privilege to be preserved Greg mentioned earlier means the second article you shouldn't be dignified with any kind of hearing if we're in a position now with the president use of the court system to challenge which and that's a an impeachable offense it's a very dangerous situations country let's remember how we got here there was a commitment to impeach this president from the day he was elected then the question was what are they gonna find to do it so they came up with these things they made a mistake because the evidence is overwhelming alright it's overwhelming there was no impeachable offence committed because let's take a look at the at the forest here the forest is the president worst case scenario in his Ukraine call asked for a an investigation of corruption that he had heard about from credible sources and investigation not a motor like agenda driven witch hunt not a prosecution no charges to be brought yes but a full investigation every American starting with Joe Biden should have welcomed that should demand that themselves we're all day there still should be yeah got to take a break more with Greg Jarrett David showed on the other side will will explain more of what's going on here today in the insanity of this and you just watch on the obstruction side our president I invoking executive privilege that's been done by a real the president this is a joke this is sad actually and dole and boring and political that's it you know it's easy to make because some old new year's resolutions that may not stick you can change it up this year get your legal house in order and the way to do it the the best way to do.

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"sixteen hours" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen hours" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Is here we go so riled kicking off the end of those Senate Majority Leader Kentucky's Mitch McConnell laid out his proposed rules for how all this is going to work you late yesterday his plan is to present his resolution to the Senate when they convene today at twelve thirty with the hope that you know the Republicans round panel along with them at least a whole from the Republican leader side is that they will approve his process that he set up so basically today as procedural matters votes on things like this resolution then they'll talk witnesses and times and things like that what McConnell proposes is twenty four hours of opening arguments per side yeah so well we'll see a couple of very long days this week as the attorneys make their case is one way or the other after that there would be sixteen hours of questions for the prosecutor and the defense team from lawmakers so they can't talk while the opening arguments are going on and why it unusual in the Senate and then they get to ask the questions if there would not be any witnesses than they could move to a vote and if they have witnesses this could take a lot longer than you would have first depositions which would mean some kind of a delay to the question these people before they would be brought into the Senate and you know McConnell's office to get this all over within two weeks he really wants to put it on the the the fast track there would be right before the vote four hours of debate so a very limited time for the senators themselves to get up and speak about what they think if things move that quickly if things go as planned you could see that both before the end of next week right coming up on news seven o'clock we'll talk about west side business owner whose upset with the city as as they promised him a light outside his business haven't delivered and results but a number of crashes more in fifteen minutes newsradio seven of W. W. th.

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"sixteen hours" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen hours" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"In the course of sixteen hours he was a psychopathic cold blooded killer I heard radio is number one for podcasts but don't take our word for it find monster DC sniper on the I heart radio or wherever you get your podcasts yes please this is John and that was the music hello is number one hit music station or or or or or angels pleasures the spice means nine complain sini certain to change need to check out the when you and once you good it could there's no I want to thank you I'm trying to.

"sixteen hours" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen hours" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"In the course of sixteen hours he was a psychopathic cold blooded killer I heard radio is number one for podcast but don't take our word for it find monster DC sniper on the I heart radio or wherever you get your podcasts now a look back at this week in history this week in seventeen eighty eight Georgia votes to ratify the U. S. constitution becoming the four state in a modern United States named after King George the second George was first settled by Europeans in seventeen thirty three George became the first southern state to ratify the US constitution this week in nineteen fifty two sergeant Joe Friday famous catchphrase just the facts ma'am enters American homes on NBC via a new entertainment device the television a popular radio series since nineteen forty nine the police drama dragnet became one of the first TV series films in Hollywood instead of New York it also began a long nearly unbroken line of popular crime and police TV drama this week in nineteen seventy four president Nixon size the emergency highway energy conservation act setting a new national maximum speed limit prior to nineteen seventy four individual states set speed limits within their boundaries at highway speed limits across the country range from forty miles per hour to eighty miles per hour president Nixon signed a federal law lowering hall national highway speeds to fifty five miles per hour the act was intended to force Americans to drive at speeds the more fuel efficient and this week in nineteen ninety Panama's general Manuel Noriega after holding up for ten days at the Vatican embassy in Panama City surrenders to US military troops to face charges of drug trafficking Noriega was flown to Miami the following day and crowds of citizens on the streets of Panama City rejoiced on July tenth nineteen ninety two the former dictator was convicted of drug trafficking money laundering and racketeering and sentenced.

"sixteen hours" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen hours" Discussed on KTRH

"Disconnecting you need some of that every day these are things you should be doing Monday through Friday not on the weekend number nine the build momentum successful people don't settle for average there you go they're always focused on excellence by keeping up the momentum the week of the weekend is a good time to put things in perspective and gain clarity to refocus on your most important goals there we go back to focusing on Monday through Friday and our goals because we just don't put enough time in at six thirty to seven thirty during the day every day that's not enough time to focus on our goals we got to do it on the weekend so we can maintain momentum and number ten they planned for upcoming week I guess that's what is that it works sixteen hours Monday through Friday get this Jack Dorsey hasn't same work at the he works sixteen hours Monday through Friday that's exactly what this other guy just said but he make sure his schedule allows him to take calls Sunday or Saturdays and he uses Sundays to plan for upcoming week need I say more there it is guys he's spending his Sundays to plan for the next week is Saturdays to review what he did last week anybody would have a life anymore I mean I'm asking a question does anybody even have a life now the real point of getting to here is that okay we know that's the way most people live they live a life of quiet desperation to get up every day and go to work and work to but often never really enjoy life we get that but the real question is what do you tell your kids can you tell your kids the same why do you think they believe your life and that's why this gentleman sit in I don't get it why don't my kids want to work what my dead did well your dad was starving to death there were no social network you know what he called safety net no social safety nets he had to work and survive you had to survive you and take care of you kids because there was no working wife in most families back then the wife stayed home took care of the kids right the man had to work so it was imperative that the family structure was effective for supporting both the home life and the family nowadays there is no family life kid to babysit by phones and PlayStations and they're crazy and whacko by the time they're teenagers having sex in getting pregnant by the time they're twelve years old our society change folks I want your drums around that when we come back let's talk about words that put you because you start to figure out what it means to be a man we'll be right back with that one let me ask you something.

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"sixteen hours" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:01 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen hours" Discussed on WGN Radio

"We will. Toronto. through this morning filling in for dean Richards. then on the line we've got make Kahler of in our pop culture club segment hello mixer. what I want to talk about today with make make is certainly no stranger to country music make who has worked with us several of the leading radio personalities of the last twenty years or so here in Chicago as a producer you work with Larry Lujack he worked with Robert Murphy and he also worked fittingly at the Chicago country station right here in Chicago U. S. ninety nine and so that's why I thought I'd be perfect to talk to you today about the amazing I can't get over how in gross I couldn't wait for every episode of Ken burns is latest sixteen hour eight part documentary I never thought I would be this interested and just moved by something but I have to tell you the country music documentary in my in my view may be right up there with Ken burns is civil war. it was fantastic he just waited this so much vital detail again for people like you who are maybe so much of the country is like I was a little kid I was a little kid I either told report I I do Hank Williams songs and real Haggard Roger Miller before I knew nursery rhymes so you know you know old macdonald or twinkle twinkle little star no I I do day me and. three lose schools say it all ran to. but anyway no he can burns was so detailed and there were stories in there that I didn't even know and I know a lot about country music from way back as well as the modern day stuff and it was just as they would lose you I could wait each night like all manner watches again this is great I loved every episode I was initially I was a little surprised and a little skeptical from the standpoint of. I just wondered if country music was a was a hefty enough topic. to be spread across the sixteen hour. documentary and I have to say and and and I I I'm I'm not a huge country music fan but because of the huge rock and roll fan and rock and roll basically derived from country as well as obviously blues and soul but but country and rockabilly in bluegrass it is that's where rock and roll has its roots in this and many of the early rock and roll pioneers were all from the south and we're all steeped in in hillbilly music if there's a light. those guys grew up on a Williams and Hank snow and music like that and then they turned into rock and roll I was really scared to say what does it really have enough bone and I'll tell you I could have watched sixty more hours yeah it was slightly if you're exactly right there was a lot of detail but again we're talking about the history of over a hundred years worth of music and recordings and you know it starts with the Carter family and it moves from there and every generation had that I guess you'd say a different take and a different interpretation of what country music was because the captive Albany and it's still evolving and I think one of the best things that that series did what they had more you know modern day star like offense killer Marty Stuart talking they're saying look it's not always going to be the same country music made changes in its approach or the instruments are the sounds of the production as some people might say well that's not country to me I think yeah but it's going to go back to that eventually it keeps changing and evolving with each generation and they did a great job of showing that throughout the series if you did not get a chance to see and I'm sure that over the next several months if not the the next couple weeks it bill we will be re run and certainly it will probably be a fixture during the the channel Levin PBS here in Chicago during their their fund drive you know it times when they when they want to get people to subscribe because it it just it did a great job of not only talking about country music but also weaving in two of the story of how the country music was also identifying with and representing the a certain area of the country what was going on during these times as well as I said exposing as you mentioned to exposing some names I mean I guess that we've heard of Hank Williams Jr Hank Williams we've heard of Buck Owens and we've heard of Gene Autry and we've heard of the Carter family and and we've heard of Johnny Cash and Chet Atkins a. and and is it not my new name Jimmy pearl. right now in my head I have a little I have a little price tag dangling from my my hat. Tammy Wynette and and things like that but I mean I never heard of Fiddlin John Carson. I never heard of little Jimmy Dickens a little. at one time. at Wrigley Field. I got so engrossed in this is as it went on because it was eight episodes you know sixteen hours there were other times when Jill little Jimmy Dickens would come on different times I go to my wife Hey there's little Jimmy Dickens yeah I I I suddenly you know would know what he looked like a man I could tell by his music that was little Jimmy Dickens yeah well it's funny too because you match all these big name stars but they also did a great job of explaining you know where their roots were like George Jones in Texas being you know chastised by his father to keep singing and being tore almost tortured tormented by and you know at a very young age and the the actual pain and angst of George Jones felt singing country music where he said he thinks he would have had a happier life had he not been a country singer and Merle Haggard how about when Dwight Yoakum really talking about morals yeah yeah we did we take a quick break here we'll come back to talk about some of the highlights of the the Ken burns country music documentary if you are not a fan of country music it doesn't matter I'm not a huge fan I came away I learn something in every episode and I couldn't wait for the next one so if it does re run I'm basically wanted to talk about this today because it just ended but I'm sure will be re run and either DVR or watch it when it comes on again because I'm certainly will or you know it's gonna be available on DVD and I'm I'm looking to get the sound track it's gonna be great. well you said it's just a fantastic tutorial not just about the music but about how our country changed over the years to great trouble to talk take a quick break we'll continue talking about to the country music documentary Elton Jim Jim trouble filling in for dean Richards will take a quick break no switching. the standard thirty second radio commercials about seventy five words but this one has twice as many words so that I can talk really fast not as fast as the Formula One inspired electric Italian a pro cards autobahn indoor speedway an offense that can go to fifty miles per hour which is more than twice as fast as the court your father used to put around it.

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"sixteen hours" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

12:06 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen hours" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Four one FM and welcome back to close to call short story with you along with Jim here also Jim you admit you get scared from some of the stories too don't you shorter I mean some at one of my phrases that one of my reactions and it's very authentic is that just gave me chills and I don't know if you've ever had that experience tribes I'm guessing you have the just the story just touches a certain nerve and you literally feel chills are on your arm around the back of the active your neck I think that really speaks to something said before this role in in the human and primal in human existence that the certain things just to kind of like nails on a chalkboard what's the story of the woman working in a remote Alaskan camp and she had a very terrifying encounter with the something while walking yes I was here to this a very unique young woman with a very into I I once all the interesting people we get to talk to and she was working up in Alaska and the salmon fishery seven days a week sixteen hours a day it was a contract job and she says it's not very glamorous and it's very kind of almost depressing situation but the money's good so anyway she did have in the middle of summer I believe this was last year because it took this call this spring he's off work and decide to take a walk down by the docks that led to the river where everybody fishes for the Senate at the shore line there's very muddy and you have to be careful not to get sucked down into the mud because you get sucked down into the mud the tide comes in and it's not particularly a good thing so anyway she was the kind of go in and there's all this kind of the debris and there's a junk yard that borders the fishery so there's all this this different marketing stuff and out of the corner out of her eyes she is and she says she's never experiencing things paranormal in life up to this point she saw something moving around it on the ground and she thought that maybe with a mangy fox or something and then she heard a sound he said it sounded like a wet gasp like someone was drowning but is something thicker than water and it was followed by a low moan she said that the noise that she's never heard a living creature me and she said she had worked for with animals for a long time and seen and heard them in pain turned her right and she said the sound was coming from and she thought maybe someone had gotten stuck in the water but there was no one there then she realized that there was something moving around just a few yards in front of her in the mud struggling like it was trying to get itself free gasping an awful noise she said she was frozen and certain didn't know what was going on and then she said it looks sort of human she realized it was covered in thick dark mark the mud but she can make out ahead with long hair plastered against the skull some kind of the face shoulders and arms are calling in front of it was too seriously one mail center almost look like a woman and she said it was our first thought and then this thing started looking at and it started to panic going towards her it was making this awful noise she wasn't processing and she didn't know what to do she realized it was right in front of within a few yards and she turned and got the heck out of there as fast as he could she said she remembered even catching her boot on the corner of it being a she scrambled and she broke her tail and she said she couldn't sleep well for a few weeks after that she said she even went to the local police to make sure that there were no reports of someone missing or deceased and it wasn't quite human but it almost seemed like it was human the next day she also mentioned that one of the local fishermen she knew said that it looked like a bear and moves or something had gotten stuck stuck in the mud by the docks and left but the hind the big massive qual marks everywhere so there was something there he said that summer she was too scared to go down into the water and once you start talking to the very fishermen the thank you they start telling these said tales of Linda walkers then some tales that then war that indigenous people have that they're almost kind of these monsters in that particular area of Alaska she said she was so frightened by this that she is going to take this summer she was going to take another assignment in Alaska but she was going to go to a totally different part because this whole thing just pulling her so much I mean it and again I could empathize with her because on one hand you want to help on the other hand this creature is it coming to you in is is trying to pull you down into whatever it's down into just a frightening frightening story and it's not like they have internet their cell phones he said there's no coverage over there it's very kind of a throwback to pass times and just wanted to do let's go to Chris in vero beach Florida first time caller Hey Chris yes hello Sir welcome gosh thank you so much you could commit call okay and they're very quickly will cry I may have other people I grew up in Merrick homeland one and my parents in nineteen the late sixties bought the home of a family who had six borders unfortunately one of them passed away from cancer and they pour a whole group that passed away and I enjoy the good wife nine house sold the house the people who bought that house had four daughters but before Damon you're gonna pass the thing is he had no idea that this consent happened to one of the daughters as she passed away and I have no way to get this information to him and also he was the architect in in the base that's amazing and the only I'm sorry I'm I can't believe it I this call was that your worry it might so this gal will pencil in that house every time we had a guest so when they heard stuff in the basement one mortar she was still hanging around there wasn't she she wore as she was and when we finally mole the people who bought the home also had four daughters yeah and it was really to mate with UPS server or we want our allies and then later on a friend of mine who lived up the block was going on she or he said one of the doors passed away and and this this gentleman had no I hear about the past history of the house so no I don't want to sell out get this information and the that's the artist that is strange that that stuff happens Jim though all the time doesn't only yeah there seems to be in fact the stories maybe coming up we get to eighty is one about a residual haunting or someone who died in a particular place I mean it seems to be a theme that comes up up again and again just like the caller just cracked let's talk about a mother's dream of her son in a distant land and it's Yuri's signals this is this is this and again this one is really this is one that I really took to heart the this was wrong caller from Washington DC but she had lived in her with their grandparents parents in World Philippines years ago and at that time there were a lot of phones are a lot of communication down there so anyway she was at her grandparents house and the grandmother was telling her family and friends that she had had this dream three times her son was working and this is my callers uncle was working in the oil fields in Saudi Arabia and she had had the same dream three times a row that her son was coming home and said Hey mom you're gonna have to throw a big party for me and the weird thing was is that in this name the sun was wearing a gray suit with a red tie and have these fancy red campus wheeled suitcases now he didn't have a gray suit he didn't have a red tie in those suitcases for that time would have been a very big deal in the Philippines would like at the time a very high end items so typically with now so friends is forty it's no big deal you're just think about because he is coming home so so a few weeks later Laurie are callers outside playing and all the furniture he she hears her grandmother screaming and sobbing and there's lots of commotion so she goes inside it turns out there to strangers there representatives of the oil company that her uncle was working for and they came here because they couldn't call because they didn't have a phone and they informed her that her son lorries uncle had died of a heart attack in his sleep Jeez now they said the company would take care of Hey all expensive they be financially to the family a week later the and it goes to claim the body and have to inspect the body before claiming in the Philippines I guess it is common to have a glass cover over the counter the the the coffins so the uncle is in the coffin he was wearing a gray suit and a red tie that the company had bought form and his effects were brought by red canvas suitcases with the wheel now that again that is remarkable remarkable premonition Lori said that in the Philippines and wakes can be like a party so this morning I resent the Irish do that too don't think yeah I believe so and in the thing is is that Filipinos apparently believe that the spirit has forty days to say goodbye through dreams take care of unfinished business in Lori with her appears to them cousins and siblings had were in the kitchen and actually saw some chairs moving in some activity so they felt through the dream and the subsequent activity the uncle was saying goodbye but again Lori and and are my callers have no reason to make this stuff up this is just a this to me really really hit home because you know that connection between a mother and a child you could be thousands of miles away but I believe there's a golden thread that that connects them and they were connected and he got that message across let's go to Paul in Boston welcome to the program Paul all right I'm on my way to bed even I'm not real sure well you can't sleep you got to stay awake I I I'm not trying to anything unusual about who you have tried to turn around I just want to give you some more information great before he died your statement that the trial division rodeos adoration they should be because of the fact that when you can.

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"sixteen hours" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

12:01 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen hours" Discussed on KTOK

"Welcome back to coast to coast George nor with you along with Jim here also Jim you admit you get scared from some of the stories too don't you shorter I mean some that one of my phrases that one of my reactions and it's very authentic is that just gave me chills and I don't know if you've ever had that experience strange I'm guessing you have the just the story just touches a certain nerve and you literally feel chills are on your arm around the back of the active your neck I think that really speaks to something before visceral in in the human and primal in human existence that the certain things just to kind of like nails on a chalkboard what's the story of the woman working in a remote Alaskan camp and she had a very terrifying encounter with the something while walking yes well she actually is a very unique young woman with a very entry I I love all the interesting people we get to talk to and she was working up in Alaska and the salmon fishery seven days a week sixteen hours a day it was a contract job and he says it's not very glamorous and it's very kind of almost depressing situation but the money's good so anyway she did have in the middle of summer I believe this was last year because it took this call this spring he's off work and decide to take a walk down by the docks that led to the river where everybody fishes for the salmon at the shore line there's very muddy and you have to be careful not to get sucked down into the mud because you get sucked down into the mud the tide comes in and it's not particularly a good thing so anyway she was the kind of go in and there's all this kind of the debris and there's a junk yard the borders the fishery so there's all this that this different marketing stuff and out of the corner out of her eyes she is and she says she's never experiencing things paranormal in life up to this point she saw something moving around it on the ground and she thought that maybe with a mangy fox or something and then she heard a sound he said it sounded like a wet gasp like someone was drowning but is something thicker than water and it was followed by a low moan she said that the noise that she's never heard a living creature me and she said she had worked for with animals for a long time and is seen and heard them in pain he turned her right and he said the sound was coming from and she thought maybe someone had gotten stuck in the water but there was no one there then she realized that there was something moving around just a few yards in front of her in the mud struggling like it was trying to get itself free gasping an awful noise he said he was frozen in certain didn't know what was going on and then she said it looks sort of human she realized it was covered in thick dark mark mud but she can make out ahead with long hair plastered against the skull some kind of the face shoulders and arms a reclining in front of it was he seriously long nails center almost look like a woman and she said it was her first thought and then this thing started looking at her and it started to panic going towards her it was making this awful noise she wasn't processing and she didn't know what to do she realized it was right in front of within a few yards and she turned and got the heck out of there as fast as he could she said she remembered even catching her boot on the corner of it being as she scrambled and she broker tell now she said she couldn't sleep well for a few weeks after that she said she even went to the local police to make sure that there were no reports of someone missing or deceased and it wasn't quite human but it almost seemed like it was human the next day she also mentioned that one of the local fishermen she knew said that it looked like a bear a moose or something had gotten stuck stuck in the mud by the docks and left but the hind the big massive qual marks everywhere so there was something there he said that summer she was too scared to go down into the water and once you start talking to the very fishermen the the thank you they start telling these tales of wind walkers then some tales that then war that indigenous people have that they're almost kind of these monsters in that particular area of Alaska she said she was so frightened by this that she is going to take this summer she was going to take another assignment in Alaska but she was going to go to a totally different part because this whole thing just frightened her so much I mean it and again I could empathize with her because on one hand you want to help on the other hand this creature is it coming to you in is is trying to pull you down into whatever it's down into just a frightening frightening story and it's not like they have internet their cell phones he said there's no coverage over there it's very kind of a throwback to pass times and just what do you do let's go to Chris in vero beach Florida first time caller Hey Chris yes hello Sir welcome gosh thank you so much you could commit call okay and a very quickly will cry I know of other people I grew up in Merrick one round one and my parents in nineteen the late sixties bought the home of a family who had fixed the orders unfortunately warm passed away from cancer and they pour a whole group that passed away and I enjoy the good wife nine house my parents sold the house the people who bought that house had four daughters but before game and you can pass the thing is he had no idea that this consent happened to one of the daughters as she passed away and I have no way to get this information to him and also he was the architect in in the base that's amazing and the only I'm sorry I'm I can't believe it I this call was that your very much so this gal will test when the house every time we had a guest so when they heard stuff in the basement one quarter she was still hanging around there wasn't she she wore as she was and when we finally mole the people who bought the home also had four daughters yeah and it was really to meet with our server well we won worldwide and then later on a friend of mine who lived up the block was going on she or he said one of the doors passed away and and this this gentleman had no I hear about the past history of the house so no I don't want to sell out get this information and the that's the artist that is strange that that stuff happens Jim though all the time doesn't it yeah there seems to be in fact the stories maybe coming up we get to it is is one about a residual hunting or someone who died in a particular place I mean it seems to be a theme that comes up up again and again just like the caller described let's talk about a mother's dream of her son in a distant land and it's your RES signals this is this is this and again this one is really this is one that I really took to heart the this was one caller from Washington DC but she had lived in her with her grandparents parents in World Philippines years ago and at that time there were a lot of phones are a lot of communication down there so anyway she was at her grandparents house and the grandmother was telling her family and friends that she had that this dream three times her son was working and this is my callers uncle was working in the oil fields in Saudi Arabia and she had had the same dream three times a row that her son was coming home and said Hey mom you're gonna have to throw a big party for me and the weird thing was is that in this dream the sun was wearing a gray suit with a red tie and he had these fancy red campus wheeled suitcases now he didn't have a gray suit he didn't have a red tie in those suitcases for that time would have been a very big deal in the Philippines would like at the time a very high end items so typically with now so friends Shorty it's no big deal you're just think about because he is coming home so a few weeks later Laurie are callers outside point and all the furniture he she hears her grandmother screaming and sobbing and there's lots of commotion so she goes inside it turns out there to strangers there representatives of the oil company that her uncle was working for and they came here because they couldn't call because they didn't have a phone in the informed her that her son lorries uncle had died of a heart attack in his sleep Jeez now they said the company would take care of Hey all expensive they be financially to the family a week later the and goes to claim the body and have to inspect the body before claiming now the Philippines I guess it is common to have a glass cover over the counter the the the coffins so the uncle is in the coffin he was wearing a gray suit and a red tie that the company had bought for in his effects were brought by red campus suitcases with the wheel now that again that is remarkable remarkable premonition Lori said that in the Philippines on wakes can be like a party so this morning I resent the Irish do that too don't think yeah I believe so and in the thing is is that Filipinos apparently believe that the spirit has forty days to say goodbye teams take care of unfinished business in Lori with her peers and cousins and siblings had were in the kitchen and actually saw some chairs moving in some activity so they felt through the dream and the subsequent activity the uncle was saying goodbye but again Lori and and are my callers have no reason to make this stuff up this is just a this to me really really hit home because you know that connection between a mother and a child you could be thousands of miles away but I believe there's a golden thread that connects them and they were connected and he got that message across it's going to fall in Boston welcome to the program Paul all right right I'm on my way to go to bed even I'm not real sure well you can't sleep you got to stay awake I I I'm not trying to do anything unusual about who you have tried to turn around I just wanted to summer collect information night John Paul the great before he died made a statement that the trial division rodeos adoration he should be because of the fact you when you.

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"sixteen hours" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen hours" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Yeah it is the Stephanie Miller show coffee with colonel so he actually green tea with because I would like to think Nike for being the sponsor and right on the front of the Jersey of the Americans women's US national team yes thank you Nike conservatives okay are so you can tell that there's going to be a four alarm alert when they drag out ready again on to a hand you see because here comes through to Laura because route is about to tell a lie go just to July only is what I say is maybe understand in hand he sounded a little concerned in this one too by the way well we're talking Tasha Bertrand in the a couple minutes but it so that the steel Christopher steel that a sixteen hour grilling from the DOJ this this whole that's conspiracy theory they're trying to prove that this whole process you know old Mahler investigation is it legal somehow when a witch hunt and and they were saying in the interview room the Tasha receipt every was contentious of persecuting two people familiar with the matter but investigators ought to ultimately found his testimony credible and even surprised so read I urge you also to read the whole Michael is a cough piece about the south ridge conspiracy has Sean Hannity honestly yeah he killed himself but Rita Howell this whole Russian thing worked and how jacking around the world as you were talking about another story we've got to be this on the orders of them trying to get involved in Italy's elections yeah yeah but it's the same thing I mean that this section such rich thing came from Russia this conspiracy theory but the problem is White House right Bannon stone all the usual suspects to Hannity and and by the way you made that families pain so much worse Julie this Sandra on his show yeah south which is one of his sources yeah which personal but some that you don't do is really your sources second of all it's a lie it was a complete life size is a creep me out Raby Rabih yes speaking of themes twenty nine minutes after the hour to touch a bridge on.

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"sixteen hours" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen hours" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"He wants it sixteen hours a day. It's not real. I do twelve hours a day and even that's pushing it but I try very hard. But, but we're not aware of how I mean this is a devastating problem that it really is. Well, I hope that the appliances helping you and you have noticed an improvement in your sleep. Yes. I have. I have actually. Yes, yes, Dr Galvan, I actually know his dad, and he was single father of Tanja, absolutely herald gal. Yes. Yeah. I started off in the TM J realm. So that's why I'm more familiar with herald and Michael. I know that Michael recently published a book similar to what we have, and I think you're gonna see the sporran more there's a lot of us in the TM J sleep community that are trying to get the word out about this, because it is so very important. It's very important for adults to help avoid serious health problems like heart disease, diabetes, and stroke. I was just gonna say, yes, yeah, yeah. But it's imperative that there's practically an epidemic in the pediatric area that were really trying to get the word out. I know you are saying that it was explained to you that, yes. Your dental work can change your bite, so that, that can compromise your airway, but it's funny because the compromise airway what we have found is actually what causes crooked teeth..

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"sixteen hours" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen hours" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Realize it was a joint presser with the Brazilian head honcho. So it's not probably not going to gyp this. We'll just roll on it. And the main highlights will have for you via audio sound bite. In the meantime, in Guthrie, Oklahoma, go next carry great to have you. Glad you called, sir. Welcome. Yes. Thank you. I'm so glad my little rush. Savings to listen to you all spring break up Surrey. You're a woman. I did. I'm sorry. Welcome to you. Madam. Thank you. I think it's hilarious. That Nancy Pelosi is out there saying but lowered the voting age to sixteen because we gotta catch these kids while they're in school. And then they don't work is out there saying. Listen to anything I said when I was sixteen hours just a kid doesn't count. Betto is his own unique existence out there. It's going to be fascinating to watch right now. You got you got you got Joe bite me. And you have crazy Verney at three white guys basically leading the democrat race with this new guy Yang in there who now believes in ending circumcision. Andy also. Yeah. Yang wants to stop circumcision. And again. In addition, guaranteed universal income, whatever. Sorry. He also said that white people will be shooting up Asian churches within a decade. White Asian churches within a decade fatty say within a decade, white people will be shooting up Asian churches who young guy said that. Yeah. So there's a video of him saying it. Okay. We're getting too many topics. Here. You started out with voting age of sixteen. Now Yang is talking about Asian short churches being shot up by white people. Which one do you want to go with? I don't know. How about the voting age to sixteen? What in the world is Pelosi? Of course, her reasoning that we need to get them while they're paying attention paying attention to what civics class civics wanna get them while they're paying attention to what. What a crock lower the voting tell the Democrats, they wanna get rid of the electoral college. They want to change the voting age to sixteen while they're out there trying to create this mindset everybody that they've already won the twenty twenty electric is everybody hates Trump look at what they're doing. What they think they've got to do to win. They've got to get rid of the constitutional electoral college voting age to sixteen. Massive massive continual, illegal immigration democrat. They are reparations yet. They're admitting FOX in everything they claim to support that they are in the minority we'll be back after this and out.

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"sixteen hours" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:32 min | 3 years ago

"sixteen hours" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Sixteen hours, fifty one minutes now Marcus before the break, we are talking about you were doing things a little bit at a time. You started walking twenty minutes a day. What other changes we making then kind of search switching diet and start shopping assert trying to try to go plant base, you have stopped trying to, you know, stop trying to meeting this eating fish, you know, every once in a while. And then and then all these small, I didn't I didn't wake up to say, hey, I'm gonna be a different person. I just woke up and said him to change. So so then it's like, then he then my guy said, hey, you got to start doing something new every day. Do something new every day if you park in the front of the parking lot. I want you to park. The back. He should if you parking in the back. I want you to part two parking lots over and walk. If you're, you know, so all these things he said, you know, then then the coach today he became a mental coach you should. Hey if you see stairs. Don't take the escalator. Take the stairs. So here I am. I'm just starting to all the like unified CB option for harder, I do harder. And it if I don't like about the sidewalk that's got a ninety in it. I don't cut across the grass, you know. It's all these little changes that I had that fat Marcus had created me to be in creamy beat his real easy guy, dude. And nothing was hard. You know, it was just always trying to. Hey, I get Bob I can calculate and tell you how to be bad. I could write a book about it. Like, if if someone in America wanted to know how to be fat, please I need to write the book because I can teach you because you know, I it's about taking off your shoes to tie it up by your, you know, put it up on the on the table and tired, shoe, slip it home. It should have been a Dell. I mean. Yeah. I I would do that crap. You know what I'm saying? Of course. And whenever you have kids, it's even easier. Hey, go get me this. Hey, groceries. Hey, come with me and go to the grocery store. You know what? I mean, it became those kind of things. So so there was like, hey, no one's going to the grocery store. And then, you know, no one's hearing the grocers in. You know? I I can remember my kids looking at me like what are you doing your care in the grocers in? Yeah. I'm carrying the grocery Sam because I'm a new person of changing. And so this this this avenue of like, hey, how did you do it started just becoming a so they're not just started started. So now, I'm sitting there. And so now walking now walking two miles a day in my my my coach goes, okay. I'm really liking what I'm seeing. But in this guy had done let Bill one hundred this guy was a national rower on the rowing team. You know, he employs some silver medallist. They might be in zone. His in his company that I've met right? So all these I mean, you're talking athletic. If let it guy this guy is a beast of an athlete. I mean, he's got he has got all kinds of buddies just leap that. Right. So here, I am, you know, this guy super lead that led to one hundred got the big belt buckle. I mean this dude a bad ass. And he so he goes, hey, look, I like what you're doing. But you were going to fail. And I was like what he's like, you're you're headed to sell. You're you're treating newer nutri eater deal. Like, you're just gonna fight for the next couple of months, and you got to fight for the rest of your day of life. He should you. Are you in your mind? You're just going to sink back to who used to be because it's easy. And so we gotta get something that you gotta train four for a year. And I was like trained for a year for what I said. I can't do none of your stuff. What do you wanna do you wanna mountain bike or do you want to run or I was like, well, I'll do a five K. He's like, dude fine. Nineteen nothing. He should I'm talking about. Let's get something. I think we'll have a half marathon. He went no, dude. He said I'm talking about you got to do something that you can do you need to go home and look at YouTube and just look at some stuff. And I was like, okay. So I go to YouTube, but I'm looking through and all of a sudden, I see the Rudy video from you, low rude, whatever that guy's name is Rudy Garcia Tolson. Yeah. See him. And I'm like, man. Had that is serious. You know, I love Rudy the movie that's Ingraham. Sean Astin, Sean Astin. When he when he did ironman. Yeah. Yeah. So then I so they're not find it. So then I, but then I look at the they're not look at the guy the biggest loser guy. Yup. Didn't make it. You know, right. He didn't make it. And and I'm going, can you imagine? And I've seen his wife crying. I'm kinda crying like, dude. Train forever. Didn't make it. I don't go back to my guy. And I go man that army and stuff. It's crazy. He would he looked at me. She says you cannot do an iron man a year from now, there's no way. Well, I don't he should. But he should. But I like where you're going. He said, he did you know that iron. It's just a like a distance, you know, it's just their distance. It's like a Chevy Ford. Yeah. Yeah. Kinda okay. I didn't know that each said, they got smaller districts issues. They got them all the way down to like, I think it's like a three mile run and. Yep. So they call that a spread then they call the next one at Olympic, and then they got a half hour, and then they get a full ironman distances. He should. So you wanna do a sprint? He should. I think you could do a sprint and a year from now. Now, it's like, yeah. He said he said, can you swim? And I went, oh, you gotta swim. Anyway. Yeah. You gotta swim out like well. Okay. Well, so.

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"sixteen hours" Discussed on Barstool Rundown

Barstool Rundown

05:21 min | 3 years ago

"sixteen hours" Discussed on Barstool Rundown

"John. Sean yet. I know I know we we have oxygen right over here care. This flag. Loud. Sean our resin price. Right. Prices right, man. I miss Barker though, he was the king. Yeah. I don't watch it. I watch it much with what I mean. Like, we've jobs too. That's true. I watched it basically for your straighten college is like the height of a snow day to American Airlines. I don't know what you do here. So plane got diverted sixteen hours on the runway people like freezing. Sixteen hours on it was a emergency landing there on the ground right there. Bit words famous shot negative, four degree ten degrees. I understand. Oh. Well, me matters. Like, I I like to be like could have been made. But no sixteen hour. It wasn't froze. I thought they they told me I understood they couldn't get off like they couldn't get off. No, not because from because like customs wasn't there. Oh, wow. That's more the doors Hong Kong. Oh. And then it says here. Atlantic Canada, promise customs weren't there. They brought ten hours in they brought them Tim Hortons. I mean, it was all because him bits, man. Tim Hortons somebody was ill. They had they land the plane because somebody kill that person. You take back off just throw the Nassau. Just ten minutes. What Tim bits to Morton's basically just made munchkins, but they called Tim bits funding. Have some Tim bits the customs things makes sense. Just let him off with like police officers and keep an eye on. What do they smuggling a bunch of fucking oranges in the middle of January? Even if you don't let just let them inside watch them. Yeah. Just is scattered person. Well, no what about like diseases bull. That was fake. No, it was a bowl not in New York in Africa. Faking. Bog school? You're talking about old themes. That was one of my constant. I didn't believe in the bird-flu. I didn't believe in a bowl. I didn't believe in any of them. And we went through a phase where like every six months, there's a doozy's getting ready yet wipe out everybody simpler times separately. There wasn't enough fear in the world that they would just come up with. There was. Oh, yeah. That was big magnetism running around. Magnet tree men. Three men back. Look like a different there's not to treatment. I don't think this is another throwback. This used to be another around figure out a way to call it. Today's resident freak India because they're always like in India, the people with eight arms. Three, man. Most of the times treated as like diets people love them. And then treat kid who had like goat head grow. God Truman was like fuck away from me with your born there warts. The most look if I had a and it was like you have a war yet. Definite words grows, its joking guy pets, a frog. And then the whole world has warned right? That's how it has its image control. If you don't call those warts and rain ball the something else. Well, like Tien calling tree man is a disservice because I thought he was actually growing truly onto service. Yeah. Either people. Oh, that's cool chill truth. No not. Right. You hang out with tree, man. I can't even. Mistreated you ever normalizing warts by calling them Tremont giving who Nick I didn't even know there. Oh. But I don't know that I read what's that guards support. You didn't grew whole lot. Your point though, you didn't know their awards because everyone was calling him three man if he was Wortman you'd say, well, there's no confusion there. You would say for more mass. Man should go near ward on your pitch. I calling them tree man is actual so stop saying treatment. What? To know how dangerous. His tree saying, yes. From from the tree man brand tree man's way. Better reward mandate for the rest of the world into notice. We call war. We'll just saying it spreads, right? If I can't a war. You know, he said, it's like stop it. I don't even like pretending this one little war. I don't think words spread. Yeah. They oh my God. Yes. They do. We'll find someone with a war. Come rub. It all over you. See what happens? Thanks. You like the dude for bar wants. Always bubbles all over his skin, and I left the bar. That's gross. It's just as grossing. The king from Braveheart. You got bubble face. That was. That's what civilised get on your cock?.

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"sixteen hours" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"sixteen hours" Discussed on KCRW

"From NPR news in Washington. I'm Laurie London, California. Senator Kamla Harris is the latest democrat to announce a presidential run. NPR's? Scott detro- has more Harris is the third sitting Senator to enter the race. Joining Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and New York's Kirsten gillibrand in a rapidly growing field Harris has been in the Senate for just two years, but quickly established a national name with their questions and high profile intelligence and judiciary committee hearings, including last fall's confirmation hearings for supreme court Justice Brett cavenaugh, the former California attorney general and San Francisco district attorney is centering her campaign around her time as a prosecutor making the pitch that she would represent voters like she represented state and local governments in courtrooms. A recent NPR poll found that most voters still haven't heard of Harris, but she had largely favourable Marx among respondents who did have an opinion on the California law may. Maker Harris will kick off her campaign with a Friday event in South Carolina. Followed by a weekend rally in her hometown of Oakland. Scott that tro NPR news, Washington. It is now day thirty one of the partial US government shutdown with no end in sight about thirty five thousand people continue to work without pay in the nation's federal prison system. And some guards say it is making their work. More dangerous NPR's Martin Kosti reports. Erin McLaughlin is a guard at the federal prison in mendota, California. He's also the union local president he says more guards are now calling in sick because of the stress of this shutdown, and that's a strain on the guards who have to cover for them when they they mandatory staff member. Now, you're forcing somebody to work sixteen hours without pay and that's dangerous situation. Because you're you're tired. You're you're not on your game as you should be. We've all been advocating for the agency the lockdown for for several weeks now, and they they refuse to do it. He says a lockdown. Confining inmates to their cells would make things easier for the overstretch staff almost all bureau of prisons employees are being forced to work even though they're last paycheck was more than three weeks ago. Martin Kosti NPR news the European Union is imposing sanctions on four men accused of poisoning. Former Russian spy Sergei script Paul and his daughter in England. They include the head of Russia's military agency or intelligence agency, and his deputy Teri Schultz has more from Brussels. The Russian men believed to be seen on tape. Preparing the nerve agent attack in Salisbury and the top two officials in Russia's military intelligence agency are now banned from entering the European Union. They'll also have any EU based financial essence frozen eleven Syrian businessmen and five companies are also being put under sanctions for their rule in Syrian President Bashar Assad gas attacks on his own people the rising use of nerve agents band, two decades ago under an international treaty is alarming..

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"sixteen hours" Discussed on WTVN

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02:20 min | 3 years ago

"sixteen hours" Discussed on WTVN

"Morning. Martin Luther King junior day, January twenty first listening this morning. We know the Super Bowl is set. Saints got jobbed. So it's the patriots. And the Rams got a couple of weeks. So we go on that marathon negotiations continue behind closed doors trying to break the contract stalemate between teachers in the LA unified school district thirty thousand striking educators asking for six and a half percent pay raise. They what smaller classes, and they'd like about twelve hundred additional support staff, including nurses, librarians and counselors, and that's that's going on for a while. Now. So. You think about tax payers there came Mike you ever going to get that time back we ever gonna make up that work or not usually the I think the answer is no long journey to nowhere for passengers of United Airlines flight one seven nine from Newark to Hong Kong the plane took off at three zero three PM Saturday but diverted to Goose Bay airport in Newfoundland four and a half hours. They were still sitting there because of a medical emergency. Then broken door kept the plane grounded in the frigid cold and since the airport had no customs officers overnight. Passengers were not allowed off the plane. They were there for sixteen hours. And yes, it got cold inside. So you may think your weekend wasn't so great. It probably was better than that. Winter storm it dumped varying amounts of snow here in central Ohio. Right. I mean, our place probably three or four inches. You get up. Abuse iras. Mansfield officially they're a foot. Plus it's into the northeast in down in the Carolinas. I mean, my producer Tom doesn't really like the cold weather much, which poses a question. Why do you live in Ohio, especially now, but you know, we won't get into that. But even in the Carolinas, you know, they were sixty s late in the week and now in the teens so it just begs the question. I mean, you know, we were kind of having a mild winter. And then all the sudden this morning, it's below zero. So feel that more like if it's been in the thirties. And then it goes to zero is that something that people feel more or is it if you're used to the sixties, and then you wake up in the teens. My sense is the human condition. No matter the drop off people complain.