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Looking Back On The First Year Sober
"Let's get to it. Here's heather. We're going to talk about that first year of sobriety today with Miss Heather who is joining US heather is about sixteen sober. So she just triumphed this one year mark that can be elusive for some people. Really. Hard to achieve. This is going to be fantastic conversation just talking about the difference in that first year when you get over that. Hump, and what it's like going into your second year and how did things change and now that you've had some distance and looking back on that first year, what is that feel like and how do you see things differently, those are all the things we're gonNA talk about. But to start, let's welcome heather to the show and heather. Why don't you take a few minutes and just tell everybody a little bit about you and your story. Takes her having me. I'm excited to be here with you definitely a big fan and obviously part of the the group that you have on facebook. So a lot of good information out there to women about my story. I, say it started to get pretty bad. Out Seven years ago so you know growing up drinking at my house it was normal everybody drank every party we got everything was surrounded around drinking and I I. Probably had my first drink at fourteen and that just because everyone else was it wasn't like I felt the urge to drink. But back then I would drink and I wouldn't crave it went on like that all the way through college up until about my first child and then exchanged that point. Something happened where The way that I consumed alcohol was different I thought that I had to have it to calm me down. And it really changed outlook on how I drank, and then I had my second son or my second child. And was I had him it got worse and worse. This whole time may still jobs still have the same family still haven't lost everything, but things did start going bad by took my husband police were to my house things that as a professional women I would never think would happen in my lifetime because I was always quote the good one and didn't have these issues and so it got to a point though where I would wake up have to figure out what am I gonNA drink today how am I gonNa get it in and that would be my constant thought. Lou Up at one point where I finally got sick of myself in my husband was asking me to go to Rehab my family would say to me this is ridiculous your drinking. and. Finally, I had an incident on a business trip where I just. In, the mirror and I said I cannot look at myself anymore and and do this, and so I flew from place I was to Rehab for thirty days and really embraced program. Never Mind I'm not get out of this show home. Someone said. To me, they said, I want you to try. All you have to do is try if you really want to go home, you can try it and see how or extreme. So from that moment, would someone say not to be changed my outlook and I thought well, I, did fly all the way here to try to get sober based on really hitting my rock bottom impact impacted to my job A. Little Bit. That was my last Straw. So I stay stuck it out key back to my hometown and the first thing I did when I got back, which we have suggested was a meeting and so fortunately I did have some contacts air I contacted them and I was home at midnight on Saturday night from Rehab, and then the next morning I was at a women's meeting and so I just really. From, that point I try to get sober for the past four years of four years prior to the sixteen months that I have and nothing would ever work. It just I didn't I wasn't ready but once I decided I was ready and came back and just I just took direction really instead of listening to myself because my thoughts don't leave me to the right places. Or the right thoughts, and then also make excuses when I finally just listen to what other people are saying, and then still continued that. Let's just try to keep to keep trying and I kept saying that to myself an Harry. M.. Now six months.
How to Build a Client Attraction System That Works in 4 Hours Per Week
"Hey everybody welcome. My name is Yasmin Forage, and I'm the creator of tiny time big reports where I help small business owners run a profitable business in twenty hours a week or less and today I'm going to be teaching you how to build a client attractions that. Works in just four hours a week. So let's get down to business. Now, first of all I want to debunk the myth that you have to work long and hard to be successful in business. This is not a philosophy I buy into and I'll tell you why when I started my business, my eldest was only sixteen months old I just been made redundant from culprit role. I used to be vice-president of leadership development for multinational and after a twelve year culprit Korea. I suddenly was faced with the decision. I was GonNa do and we live in rural Ireland. So the chance of getting a similar kind of job was pretty much nil. So I decided to start my own business like I said, my fifteen month old sixteen month old he was running around like a headless chicken all the time. and. So I started the business. A couple of years tat my daughter was born and it got to the point where I was getting really stressed because all I kept saying to myself was I don't have the time I don't have the time I don't have the time. It was this negative affirmation and it was really stressing me out and I remember hearing a mental years ago saying that if you ask Pol- quality questions, you get pulled quality answers why decided to ask myself a better quality question? And I decided to ask myself this question. How can I make this work? How can I have a profitable twenty hour week business and that is what really led to the creation of tiny time big results I. now have three children, three, six and nine, and I worked about three to four hours a day in my business and what I discovered over the last few years of being on this journey, and of course, I. Continue to be on this journey is that when you focus on the work that really matters that moves the needle in your business. Then time or tiny time is not a challenge it's an opportunity. It's an opportunity for you to create a business that fits in with the life that you want where you do get to spend more time with your family. Your loved ones you may want to go travelling you want to do more gardening whatever it is that you WANNA do. But when you have a business that works and you're attracting clients and cash consistently now you feel that you have more head space more bandwidth to be able to do all the other things and that's really what I. WanNa teach you today is if you can build a client traction system that works in just four hours a week then what could that do for you and your life? So. Let's get started. There are four elements that I would encourage you to focus on in your business to in in order for you to get the most out of your twenty hours a week. Now, maybe you don't work twenty hours maybe it's less maybe it's more, but we'll just use the twenty hour week. Ask The goalpost. Okay. So if you think about these four elements, what you think about your, business? Festival de have a magnetic marketing message a message that just POPs your dream client. The one that really attracts them in and the repels everybody else your magnetic marketing message is about what you do and who you do it for when when you get people leaning in and saying Oh that sounds amazing I wanna know more than you know you've hit the nail on the head and it is a powerful thing to have, and that is where I would always start when it comes to business. Do you have that message that attracts your people, your dream clients then you'll be starting in the supermarket checkout. You could be at a networking meeting or a conference not everybody you speak to is going to be your dream client but I bet they know someone who'd be a great fit for you. So that's the first thing secondly. Do you have leverage in your business in the way that you make money. Do You have a leveraged irresistible offer? When you have tiny time, you cannot trade time for money because you have a ceiling on how much time you can actually south. So it's important that you trade value. So Your irresistible offer must be leveraged offer something that allows you to create really really great results for your client allows you to get well paid and it's not exchanging your time. This is powerful. Thirdly, how do you attract people and we'll be going into this in more depth shortly? So, this is how you attract your clients into your world and get them to see what it is that you can help them with fourthly your conversion process. How do you turn those prospects into paying clients and it's important that you have a proven unpredictable method for doing that most businesses would need some form of a sales conversation and it's important that you really dial that in so that you are converting more prospects. So that the four elements, your message, your offer, your attraction strategy, and then your conversion process.
US home prices increase 4% in April
"Proof that Colbert nineteen has not been impacting real estate values the prices of homes in the U. S. xcelerated in April at a rate not seen in sixteen months according to the S. and P. CoreLogic case Shiller twenty city home price index prices increased by four percent in April their biggest gain since December twenty eighteen home sales have declined sharply for three straight months to their lowest annual pace in nearly a decade but the supply of available homes for sale also has declined compared to a year ago forcing buyers to bid up prices Phoenix posted the biggest price gains with an increase of just under nine percent my camp in Washington
Model Bar Refaeli signs plea bargain for tax evasion
"The Israeli model and TV personality bara Felli takes a plea bargain deal over a long standing tax evasion case against her family in Israel she is nine months community service her mother who was also her agent gets sixteen months in prison the pay a one point five million dollar fine and millions in back taxes the case involves how much time she spent living in Israel for tax purposes during an earlier appeal court ruled she could not claim her then boyfriend Leonardo DiCaprio's American residents as
Bar Refaeli reaches plea deal in tax evasion case - Fox News
"The Israeli model and TV personality barrefaeli takes a plea bargain deal over a long standing tax evasion case against her family in Israel she is nine months community service her mother who was also her agent gets sixteen months in prison the pay one point five million dollar fine and millions in back taxes the case involves how much time she spent living in Israel for tax purposes during an earlier appeal court ruled she could not claim her then boyfriend Leonardo DiCaprio's American residents as her
Swearing-in of new Israeli government delayed by infighting
"As both prime minister. Benjamin Netanyahu and then head of the opposition Ganz repeatedly failed to form a coalition. The political deadlock is over tonight. The pair will inaugurate a new unity. Government Mister Netanyahu will be prime minister for eighteen months before handing over to Mr. Gaunt's swearing in late by day after America's secretary of State Mike pompeo broke a travel hiatus to fly Jerusalem and meet with both leaders there. He discussed joint efforts to counter of influence in the region campaign that we have been part of To reduce the resources that the ayatollah has to inflict harm here and Israel and all across. The world has borne fruit. It has been successful. And we're GONNA stay added. There's still work to do what wasn't publicly addressed or Israel's plans for the West Bank mister. Netanyahu campaigned on promises to annex parts of the Occupied Territories. That's just one point of contention between his Likud Party and Mister Ganz's blue and white coalition as the long-awaited government gets down to work two political rivals who've been swearing in their campaigns not to trust each not to allow each other to be prime. Minister are now basically going to guarantee each other as prime minister over the next three or four years feffer. It's our Israel correspondent reporting from Jerusalem. Any guns in the parties supported him in arranging. This government will receive an equal number of ministers in cabinet ministers of Likud and the other parties which supported and it's supposed to have equal footing INC cabinet and both their prime minister and the ultimate primates and into the our against who will have those titles and swapped those titles eighteen months. Both of them have the power veto over the government's agenda so that's the basic framework of how this is supposed to work but obviously almost any kind of government decision policy could lead to a crisis one of the things that's lingered over this question for sixteen months. Is this corruption trial of Mister? Netanyahu faces how will that work under this unity government ten days from the swearing? Elvis new government now is scheduled to Face Jerusalem District Court in three charges of fraud one charge of bribery and now of course is denying all. These charges doesn't seem that he can evade his day in court and to make sure that the court system does hold to account the Justice Ministry has been handed to one of the many guns his allies. They're saying is going to ensure that the case goes ahead but we can expand to try and find various ways to erode and undermined the case against him. We're already seeing from various Internet proxies in the media very vicious campaign against the Attorney General. Who decided on the charges against him? And this will continue to be the undercurrent to the new government's first few months so assuming that this unity government can get past the corruption trial and get back to governing. How much faith do you have in them? Being able to stick together given how much mistrust there is between these guys. Well the distrust within this new government is endemic. And there's no question about it and gets into narrow. Spent sixteen months slagging each other off so suddenly beginning to work together. Maybe have a daunting prospect. But yes I remember. That guy has in the past. Been the commander of the Israeli army underneath also. He does have a history of working well together with the Asian. The new ministers in this government will be eager to get down to work and they really sick and tired of campaigning. For the last sixteen months is really politics has been in limbo so I think that despite the distrust of there is amongst them that they will get down to governing these over the next few Muslim tried to overcome whatever obstacles and dislikes they have for each other and another big question in Israel. Recently is the plan for annexation which seems to be going ahead of the coalition agreement between the could against his blue and white party does include the clothes that the issue of annexation as it appears in the peace plan proposed by Donald Trump back in January will be brought to cabinet and the parliament from the beginning of July. So that issue there and we know that gaunt's and some of his partners are not very enthusiastic about going ahead with annexing large parts of the occupied West Bank and that certainly is a potential minefield for this new government. But the real question is is now himself really eager? To Go ahead annexation. He's used this last year or so as an issue to rally his right wing base over the election. Campaigns is very risk averse leader. Despite his gung-ho image he doesn't really like to endanger the status quo so why go ahead and jeopardize that by pushing on annexation? I think we'll hear there ten hour continuing to promise on accession to his supporters but finding reasons to delay and then lot will depend on the outcome of the provincial November if Donald Trump news is the next administration is much less supportive of annexation than it. May Well Happen and is it that accession push the tacit approval of the trump administration. The reason why America's secretary of State's Mike Pompeo was in Israel yesterday his first trip abroad in nearly two months. So according to sources in Perez enter our that's not the reason he flew halfway around the world and his first international trips since the beginning of the pandemic according to compels remarks. What we've been hearing from people both on the Israeli and the American signs were in the meetings and main issue was actually Iran and the various concerns Israel and the United States have about escalations of tensions with Iran in the region and the other issue that compared brought up quite pointedly was China and America's concerns over China's lack of cooperation regarding cove nineteen and America's reservations with various projects. That Israel is cooperating with Chinese. Big Infrastructure Programs. Won't that they'd ministration. Wants Israel to freeze choices out of putting all that together. How likely do you think that this government will serve out its term as written so I think for the next year or so as the government staying together because nobody really wants to go back to election campaign mode again? This people have really exhausted. Elections at the same time is just beginning to emerge from corona virus shutdown. So I think for these at least twelve month period now the government will somehow stick together. The real question on this government's future rises towards the end of twenty twenty one when Netanyahu gates have to swap places and gates becomes. The prime minister would only be the ultimate prime minister. I think then we'll We'll see whether they can actually contemplate relinquishing power. But probably the next year year and a half Israeli politics will be relatively
"sixteen months" Discussed on KOMO
"For at least sixteen months he added that many more people will be infected before the refineries runs its course house speaker Nancy Pelosi says Congress will provide more money for state and local governments as they deal with the economic effects of the pandemic on CNN's state of the union the California Democrat urge those who are complaining about the money that now not being included in the latest measure signed last week by the president to the she's urging them to just calm down her words Pelosi responded to those complaints saying their impatience will help make sure the next bill includes a larger number almost lost in the middle of the pandemic is the fact that there's a presidential race continuing Democrats see an opportunity amid the mixed messages from president trump ABC news political analyst Steve Roberts is on our komo news line good morning Steve well good morning and you're certainly right about that I mean even Republican to do that but this president had a dreadful week last week and his comments particularly when he played doctor from the oval office about ingesting cleaning products as a possible solution the Republican governor said the you know they're hot lines were ringing with people wondering whether it really could be drinking Clorox amended test this is a whole level of mis information well beyond the president saying my inaugural crowds are bigger than the president that then president Obama's and this played into a existing storyline we talked about last week a growing sense among a number of Americans if they cannot trust the president's information they much rather trust their governor like originally planned the president but at the same time you gotta remember this president has enormous advantages yes it's huge campaign war chest he's got far more followers on social media and anybody who thinks just because the president had a bad week that the election is over it's not looking at the bigger picture some say he's over exposed with all of these two hour of press briefings he do you expect him to back off on those now well I I think you can't help themselves I mean look at the answers no I I think that he loves the state so much and have such confidence in himself and is so frustrated that he can't get out and do these big rally could have been his political life blood since he entered politics I think you won't back down and the truth is just a few weeks ago we were talking about what an advantage this was to the president to have the political but to have the state to the White House to be able to command all the TV networks at a time when his opponent Joe Biden was hiding out the dank basement in Delaware yeah I mean it was a tremendous mismatch the problem is the president is squandered that advantage to his own missteps and misstatements and and I will write the misleading the American public but do I think the president's gonna wanna hiding absolutely not I mean this is in its DNA believe so firmly in himself that the I think you can see him back on the White House state before long all right Steve thanks for your time ABC news political analyst Steve Roberts homeowners type five fifty George money update Boeing says it dropped plans to take control of the jetliner business of Brazil's Embraer SA saving around four billion dollars in cash but adding further uncertainty to its own product strategy the aerospace giant says the companies failed to agree to final terms by the initial termination date and opted to walk away from the two planned joint ventures announced in two thousand eighteen which had already been delayed by some competition regulators China's top business and commerce regulators investigating looking coffee after the upstart coffee chain stunned investors by revealing that much of its two thousand nineteen sales were fabricated the Wall Street journal says more than a dozen officers from the country state administration for market regulation descended unlocking coffees headquarters yesterday demanding access to the company's accounts and other records that's your money now Jennifer could shake a komo news looking for a higher open on Wall Street this morning Dow futures up to twenty two right now S. and P. up twenty seven nasdaq.
Your biggest questions about coronavirus, answered
"My name is Margot and I'm a college student George Washington. This is Bryce wild at a Toronto question for you. Dr Gupta is as cases of cove in nineteen have skyrocketed in the United States and around the world. I've getting a ton of questions from you about the virus. You've left me messages. You emailed so in this episode. I'm going to answer some of them. I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta. Cnn's chief medical correspondent this is Rhona virus fact versus fiction question one if a person gets the corona virus and it's a mild case and they recover does that person than have immunity from disease in the future. This is a really important question. There were early reports in Japan and China of people becoming reinfected but researchers looked into that and they think that wasn't actually what was happening. It's possible that those people never fully cleared the virus in some people. The virus can stay in the body even after they're no longer showing symptoms. I wanted to be sure this so during our CNN. Townhall I asked Dr Anthony. Fauci the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. And this is what he said. If this virus acts like any other virus that we've had any experience with once you get infected and recover from that infection. Your body will mount the response that will protect you from re exposure and re challenge with that exact virus a few get infected with the novel Corona Virus. And you recover. You can be pretty certain that you're protected against reinfection. Now there's no definitive study on this but dr FAO. She has been dealing with viruses his entire professional life. I believe him when he says it's very unlikely that you'll get the virus again. My Name Is Jasmine. And my question for you is can young people get really sick from the virus. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention came out with a report last week that showed young adults between the ages of twenty and forty four. Were making up twenty percent of corona virus hospitalizations and almost half the patients who are admitted to the ICU. Were adults under the age of sixty four now. It didn't say whether those patients had any underlying risks so it's not clear if these young adults were more vulnerable to the infections than others. The risk of dying is still much higher in older people but this new study is important because it shows that adults of all ages are at risk of getting really sick. How long are you contagious? If you've recovered from the virus this one is a case by case basis the CDC guidelines. Say That if you're not showing symptoms like a cough or fever and if you've tested negative on at least two consecutive tests taken a day apart then you're not at risk of infecting others now if you've been in self-isolation at home you should consult your doctor before you make any decisions to come out of isolation and start interacting with anyone else husband and I have a son sixteen month old and we were going to start trying for a second one in April and we are wondering if there's a good reason for us to delay trying to get pregnant. This is a tough question. That ultimately has to be your decision. Let me tell you what I know at this point. It's not clear that pregnant women have a higher risk of getting sicker from the corona virus. We also don't know if it would cause problems during the pregnancy affect the baby but we do know that pregnant women are more vulnerable to other respiratory illnesses like the flu. There was a recent small study of nine. Women were infected with the virus and none of their babies were affected by it should ibuprofen and anti-inflammatories in general be avoided if you have corona virus. I've heard this question a lot. And there's some merit to this concern. Anti-inflammatories can sometimes suppress your immune system the FDA says they're not aware of any evidence saying that Ibuprofen makes Corona virus symptoms worse. But it can reduce your ability to fight off an infection for healthy people.
Anger, Sadness, Fear: Showing Our Emotions to Our Kids
"Here's the question I received high from the UK. Huge Fan of your podcast. Here I have a sixteen month old and have enjoyed your practical tips for positive discipline as well as deeper understanding of what? I'm bringing to parenting for my own childhood with help. From your teachings I can see the importance of modeling self-regulation and healthy emotional expression to a child after all. That is what we hope for them to learn so they know that all emotions are okay that they are natural and so we can get to the other side of them for example. It feels important to show your child that when a trusted person as you are you can be honest about your feelings that you can say no to someone and the risk of disappointing them. Another example would be speaking aloud your internal dialogue when you're reflecting on your own behavior and letting your child here your problem solving these feel like life skills that are harder to explain to your child but can be shown in practice instead at the same time it really resonated when you told the story of when your father tripped and fell over when you were a child and how upsetting this was for you. He was your rock and it really shook that foundation to see him vulnerable knowing. This does that mean that up until a certain age. We shouldn't do things like cry in front of a child. Should we ever show anger not toward them but in front of them and then how we deal with that the same goes for fear and anything that changes your profile from confidently and charged vulnerable and human? I would really value your thoughts to help unravel this contradiction in my mind. Thank you so this parent articulates so many important things very clearly in her note and she is spot on that much of what we teach his parents whether we want it to be this way or not is through our modeling. It's not that we are telling our child. It's okay to be sad. It's okay to cry but we need to demonstrate that to our attitude towards child when our child is upset and also with ourselves. How can our child be sure? It's okay to cry if their parents never does this or their parent never shows anger. I think it's most important to begin with something that this parent seems to already know. Which is that showing anger towards our child or being very frustrated with our child is not ideal and I hear from parents. A lot who say and it makes sense. Well Hey you say that children are people and that we are in a relationship the two of us so I should be able to share my feelings to. I should be able to be angry at my child. I should be able to yell and be myself. But while that does make sense on that surface level this is not an equal relationship in terms of power. We are much more powerful than our children in the relationship. And that's as it should be as it needs to be because we have all this experience and we can see the big picture. Children are geared towards pleasing us. Because that's how they're going to survive. They need US desperately knowing that we have to realize that it is impossible for us to blow up with our children whether it's at them or around them without it being scary. They don't have that big picture ability to understand that my parents loves me. They're just upset about this other thing or they're just upset with me because I did this thing. They didn't want me to do and they still love me and it's going to be better. Their world has blown apart. It's hard enough for us as adults to have that with people that are upset for us to remember that it passes and it's not about us. It's usually something that's going on with them and for children. This is impossible so having said that we shouldn't use our emotions to discipline our children. It makes me angry when you do that. It makes me sad when you get your brother now. Our child who is already demonstrating some impulsive behavior. That's probably the very best they can be doing. In that moment. They have to have even more discomfort and dysregulation because this parent that they're looking to for that message that you are loved and everything's okay. They're getting this whole other message. So it's easy to see how we can get caught in a cycle. They're the cycle is our child. Is doing this thing that they know they're not supposed to do and it seems like they're doing it at us and that makes us really mad and we show our child that makes us really mad retailer child. That really makes us matter. We yell but that child was doing it. Out of a hyper aroused stressed state and the impulse got away from them and now something even more uncomfortable is happening. That's propel them further and further into that stress cycle and then we're going to be seeing more behavior. That's a reflection of their discomfort. So we're going to get angrier. It's a cycle that we can get caught up in but can also end by the way that we perceive behavior. And that's why it's really important to understand what our child's behavior is about and what it's coming from so often not wanna be doing at that moment if their minds were in control so as much as it might feel fair to be able to blow up at our children and feel free to do that. It's going to create problems and I would also add into that repair if it's caused me to yell at my child or Yell in front of my child and I know that that's going to scare my child but I did it anyway because I have impulsive behavior to say at some point and it could be a few minutes later. Wow this happened. Then that happened the dog I couldn't find him or I was worried and I was frightened about this. I think I was very tired. I didn't sleep well. I lost my temper. I yelled. I'm so sorry I think I need to get more rest. You know that would be the problem solving or I think I'm going to have an early night or maybe there's some boundaries. I can do around the dog to make that work better. So all share that problem solving with my child. That's brilliant that this parent brought it up because that's a wonderful thing to do along with that repair that apology. Which is another of course. Fantastic thing to model whenever we can. That's how our children will learn to do this with their friends and everyone else in their life. Not by saying. You're sorry. Sorry sorry but by us taking these opportunities where we can be humble express our regret and also ideally share our process about what happened and maybe some problem solving how we can do it differently. That's an example of the kind of authenticity that we WANNA share. What am I popular posts has been? I think I know why you're yelling. That's the title of it. I talk about things that we commonly miss his parents and that sometimes it's how we're perceiving our role and how we're perceiving our child's behavior that causes us to feel overwhelmed understanding. Why children behave the way they do helps us to feel differently about
Harvey Weinstein guilty over sexual assaults
"Is Harvey Weinstein case has been decided a verdict is now in we're going to stand it and there's been five counts to look at he is he is found not guilty we just look this up on on the first count not guilty and that would be a predatory sexual assault found not guilty is going to fifteen to twenty five years in jail on the third charge not guilty predatory sexual assault fifteen to twenty five years to life found not guilty and on the fourth count rape in the first degree found not guilty he was found guilty of criminal sexual act in the first degree that takes five to twenty five years and that is on the fifth count are raping the third degree death penalty is a maximum of four years in prison up to sixteen months so it could have been a lot worse for this guy he seems to have escaped because above the different things that happen in that case different letters or written by people they claim they were the victims afterwards terrible guy did some terrible things and it could have been a lot worse from it sounds like he had a a very good
Tennessee man executed by electric chair for killing fellow inmate
"Did you happen to see the story about the Tennessee died that got the electric chair for killing an inmate was not shocking you know what I was talking to someone from newsmax the other day and I happen to look at it and I saw that story you're right and he's put to death in the electric chair like you say on Thursday fifth prisoner over sixteen months to choose electrocution electrocution rather over the state's method preferred method really of lethal injection fifty eight years old then that was it he was sentenced to death in nineteen eighty six usually how long it takes for killing a fellow inmate Carl Estep they had a conflict over drug deal they were both in prison in East Tennessee prison and that was serving time for killing his grandmother and two others when he was eighteen years old wound so all that time kills those people family and then kills an inmate and then finally that's it and there were things to me they were people that were lobbying and asking the governor bill Lee in Tennessee to commute a sentence saying he had rehab himself in prison and wasn't the same guy who came in you know forty years ago but pretty tough for the governor to flip on that and so he didn't do it he didn't
Anthony Weiner has parents upset as he seeks more access at son's school
"Side Anthony Weiner is back in the news according to page six the once more access to his son's school at the moment winter is not allowed on school grounds he wants to be able to pick up his son from school and take part in parent teacher conferences according to the report a number of other parents are upset that school officials are even thinking about letting the convicted sex offender on do its grounds winner you may recall serves sixteen months in prison for sexting with a fifteen year
Super Bowl 2020: San Francisco 49ers vs. Kansas City Chiefs
"Selling you know want to surprise the chiefs are in the Superbowl they almost made it to the Superbowl last year the forty Niners well that's a surprise nighters and chiefs meet in Super Bowl fifty for tomorrow the Niners are the first franchise in NFL history to make the Super Bowl following four consecutive double digit loss season as the lead by a quarterback who missed most of last season with a knee injury this is Jimmy Garoppolo it's just crazy I mean just going through the entire process I mean about a year ago I was learning how to run again and so it's just really makes you realize I you know special this moment is so it's one of those things you can't really take it for granted I mean you don't know if you're ever gonna be back yourself down make out why can't neck Rapallo by coincidence tore his knee in a game sixteen months ago against the team he plays tomorrow Niners achieve Superbowl fifty four on Sunday with complete coverage on the
Former NFL Patriot Ryan O'Callaghan talks LGBTQ struggles
"My next guest had a six year. NFL Career his book my life on the line and how the NFL damn near killed me. It ended up saving my life. He is one of the I would say one of the most influential people. Certainly for me that I've known of in the last ten years. His his name is Ryan O'Callaghan Ryan. Thanks for. Give me some at least a moment of your time today. I can't thank you enough for that. Absolutely thanks Yeah Mansell. There's so much I I wanNA talk to you about but for your sanity I'll try to keep it. Keep it short so I feel like your life is and there's many monumental moments in your life so i Kinda Wanna put everything together other for people who live in New England. You know people that are a fan of yours for what you've done on the field what you've done off the field so I'm going to try to paint a complete fleet picture and I know for your saying they try to keep it in a minimal amount of time So you're boarding redding California and I thought I read a quote Ryan where you said at times it might be more conservative places in Alabama's that growing up at least anyway. It was that something. He's still feel today that that's the absolute truth growing up and even today I mean I think it's safe to say it might even be more conservative than it was when I was growing up. Just there's a lot of I'll reply Jusuf Sir religious influence in town that that moved into town and it's really been driving the politics and there's just not a big city city nearby so it's kind of a bubble in a lot of people. Don't get out sell it targeted open. Mind when when you Kinda stuck somewhere case for a lot of people here yeah and that makes so much sense and I guess that's a conversation at a time because I feel very strongly it from what you're saying because I feel like people talk religious and religion I and it's supposed to be preaching tolerance. oftentimes I feel. Religion is is more judgmental than anything else Ryan but I guess that's a that's a conversation will table for another time. You know I just just. I'm for people. Can they can believe in what they want. Right it's got it's gotTa Stop Short of hating judgment and the group. DOC ID. That's yeah and that's my point like it's believing who you want. But it's I even think with any religion Ryan wherever you live. The more important horn thing is how do you treat people on a day to day basis. Not what you believe what you think will get you into heaven like what are you. How are you treating your everyday man even even if you might not disagree even if you don't agree with what this person does or doesn't do I don't know that's you've ignited something merely on and I totally agree with you? Yeah we're on the same case we are so you're you're a conservative Irish Catholic family. I'm Irish get it. I'm talking about your childhood growing up outside of the obvious in what many people know about you that you struggle which we're going to get to talk to me about it was like growing up for you personally. I don't I don't have a lot of bad things to say about my childhood. Like my family. My Daddy always provided everything everything I ever needed You know we -cations all all that was was great him. I think the things that in my childhood that affected me down the road were the different things that would here. Come out of the mouths of my loved ones and that that was really that the lasting effective of is my childhood. And that's why I'd speak to adults and parents these days. I really try to stress You know watching what you say is at all sticks and stones wake posit. Words will never hurt you but that that's that's not the trip especially as a kid you you hear those words and they stick with you for your life and you know it has a way else. That's different things and they come from people that you admire him before we get to some of that Ryan Ryan. How many siblings do you have? I have one sister WHO's sixteen months older My Dad when he was eighteen he got married and had two kids. I do have two half sisters who are quite a bit older. I got you and you know just fast forwarding you know in highschool. We'll probably kind of work our way back on occasion. You end up at CAL. Berkeley your top offensive line prospect. I mean I. I think you're before we get to what you've done off the field. Your ability on on the field for those listening people New England know it for sure was remarkable and when I find most remarkable about it was you know how you felt emotionally which she was all I get it. I took completely get it but do you think you would have. You are amazing as it is. If you love football in things in society was different different. Do you think you could have been that much better or do you think your ability was. What was the question what you're saying? Yeah I was in college especially those. That was pretty good. I won the best offense Lineman award in the conference and I did a lot of great things but I let you know my my game is if you WANNA call him. Just my secrets that were driving my life affect too many things I myself I made myself get too big just just just basically to hide my sexuality appear not attractive and that affected my play on the
Parents charged after baby taken in Houston car theft
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Study Casts Doubt on Authenticity of Lincoln Hat at Illinois Museum
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Interview with Taylor Stevenson
"We're really happy to have all the way from Texas Taylor Stevenson joining us. Who actually flies with the with the Torah Act? So thank you for coming up in being with us today. Yeah absolutely the scared look is also what I have in the cockpit as well same holds true for all for all of US above average pilots. which is everybody coming in to landing? Cleef so Taylor before we sort of dive into what you do these days With Torah and all that all that cool stuff I I always love to go back to go back to the beginning and and find out how what was it about aviation how did you. How did you get involved? Do you remember the first thing you loved aviation where your model. I don't actually remember the first thing about aviation because it's just always been in the family So I was blessed to have grown up with my Dad Gordon Stevenson who I guess when I was born he used to scuba dive and ski and all that stuff and he's like yeah. I can't really do that with a little kid. What can I do? And so He'd always wanted to fly. My grandfather father was a flight engineer on B. Twenty four's in the Pacific with a three eightieth bomb group and so he had always grown up with my grandfather and my great uncle was a tail. Gunner and B twenty. Five's is always telling stories of aviation and so. He always wanted to do that. Well I guess I kind of kickstarted it So he was in nineteen thousand nine he was at the Addison. Texas airshow. You and there were two pieces For Sale so dad went up and you know what looks cooler not six sitting out there and it was kind of a fresh paint job Boban and he walks up and Calls one of his good friends at the time is basically my uncle Ray Kinney who had his pilot's license and said Hey ray let's by six and Ray is kind of what I was saying. Okay whatever whatever you call me when you need the money you know didn't never thought it was happened. We'll dad I bought the t six call ray up in two weeks later. Dad's signed up for flying lessons. So he kind of jumped headfirst into the thing Getting a pilot maker so So I did grow up just grew up in the backseat of T. Six six years old. I remember Freedom Flight Ninety five where we took one hundred and twenty aircraft from Long Beach California new to New York City I think we did six or seven and airshows along the way and so there's no greater childhood and ask for greater childhood than get into go and and and an experienced that and the neat thing is I'm excited to share it with my kids but it's it's got a a bittersweet day because I'm going to be one of the last generation that actually got to interact with the people that flew these in combat that built them Back in Korea World War Two and before so I'm I'm really blessed to have been able to grow up with aviation that's excellent so tell us a little bit about what your flight training. When did you start learning to fly? You've been around you. He's six which is fantastic. I'd like to fly by a t six. I broke it down both Cadillac that but really dad always joked that I was I could fly. IOF are when I was probably eight years old because I couldn't see over the canopy rail and he'd say oh I need to change maps. Hold the instrument. I'd sit there and look at you know artificial horizon and just kind of keep it going. We've got that exact same joke in my family. That was really. Yeah so so ray. Kenny also had a nineteen forty-six Piper j three cub with a sixty five horse engine in no electrical. Oh system about as good as it gets. And so when I was fifteen. He started doing kind of the formal Flight Training with me and a good family friend. Aubrey hair. Who flew flew? Basically everything that a stable for Cavanaugh flight museum and Blue Ticks and stuff. I was Aubrey's last student. We like to. He's he he kind of wears. He says he wears a badge of honor. I think I scared him so bad. He didn't want to know but now it was When I was fifteen Fly Piper cub out of our country. North Dallas and on my sixteenth birthday Solo. The cub then drove from the airport after getting student licensed to the DMV. To get my driver. So I always like to say I I could legally fly before I could drive So the cub was awesome to build. Time in there's nothing neater than going cross country driest eighteen wheelers or passing. ESPN everywhere you stop to fill up hand proper chocolate and and go so But after that we I'd always knew just grown up. WanNa get into warbirds and you can't just go you could but you know there's GonNa be a logical step between a cub and the t six and then beyond and so. I've always loved the Stinson. L Five and to me the l four was gonna you know there's some grasshopper aficionados. I was out there prior to say but the L. A. Piper cub with more glassy was is an existing design that was translated into military service. Same thing with the L.. Three same thing with the L.. To the twelve or or champ and the L. One and the l five were designed from from the ground up as a military machine. It was a ward Set up sixty five horse. We've got a hundred and ninety horsepower. Got flapping flaps drooping ailerons. It was cool so I remember being twelve years old and Eleven or twelve in. Sam Taber who's always up here at Oshkosh with his L.. Five walked right up to him about the best guy I on the planet walked. Start talking and sometimes you get some people aviation that When somebody young walks up up to him you know they don't necessarily discount him but it's kind of like okay? He's asking some questions. I would just boom in. Sam is one of those great individuals that He latched on told told me all the information ever wanted to know about the l five and just encourage he and Jim Gray Dunkin Cameron some of these others. That were in that group just really took me under their wing and so eventually found found project and began restoration. That was my my first foray into warbirds myself. All that's very cool. Yeah Sam's a good friend to a bunch bunch of the well to to the organization General He's our boss Jim. Bush publications is one of his best buddies. And Jim has an l five live. Oh that's very cool and Taylor you. I mean you're L five. Restoration is is gorgeous. I mean thank you. That was one of the first ones I know says that all the gas. Yes I do But no seriously you're aircraft is impressive. Yeah I appreciate it. It was we're lucky enough to find a really solid project from Duncan Cameron out. He was in Tennessee at that point. And so I went out there and And took a look at it and you know dad and and I we. I grew up working on cars and airplanes. A little bit with dad and Really we had been looking for an L. Five That was kind of plug and play a but it's kind of like anything for a parent. I don't have kids but I'm sure one day I'll realize it was like none of them. Were kind of up to his standards. One of the most safe. You know you WANNA make sure it was gone through and all that stuff and we finally determined and we started out with saying. We're not GONNA have project. Well that seemed to be the the only way we were going to get a product that we that we really liked at at that market at that point So I went over. I heard about this Guy Just kind of in between Dallas Fort Worth Name Lonnie Parcel Funny Awesome Guy One of my best friends so I flew the cup over there and he is restored shoot. Probably fifteen l five's over the year And started talking with him. And we ended up I said hey you know if I get this you know the two of us going to start working on it and You know basically be my mentor and in and and teach me how to do this and and so when I got the five and from that point I think it was about sixteen months. We had flying airplane so is it was It was pretty much. My twos two summers during high school. So seventeen eighteen nineteen and those two summers. That was my job. Drove drove forty minutes each way drive out to propwash. Were Little Airport flying community and worked with him and it was the most amazing and it was the best experience. It's because you know whether it's a l. five or cub or TC want or pilots. Or whatever the principles you learn rebuilding a cub They get more complicated. But you know carburetors carburetor internal combustion engine to all internal combustion engine so it was a great learning experience experience in being able to I guess quickly trouble. Shoot whatever something was going on because you've seen it you put it together so it was just an amazing experience. Yeah we come up in his Oshkosh two thousand nine and We're honored to receive the best Elbert so it was great
New drug acts like a "guided missile" to target cancer cells
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U.S. trade deficit narrows to $47.2 billion in October
"Here yeah depending on how you feel about trade deficits today's news might be good at the ongoing US China trade dispute is putting a dent in the trade deficit the US trade deficit fell seven point six percent to forty seven point two billion in October and that was according to today's release from the commerce department U. S. imports dropped to a sixteen month low balling one point seven percent mostly driven by falling imports of cellphones toys and games of passenger cars imports on Chinese goods fell one point eight billion dollars or around four percent so clearly the trade for having an impact there that is Stiefel director of investments Eric Robert Eric thank you I'm
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"sixteen months" Discussed on Jocko Podcast
"Forces go on a know sixteen month deployment to Iraq. That's a long time some special operations going on four month deployments and that come on. Now, they now they might do more of those over their career. But again, that's something you need to you need to find out the facts, you need to talk to someone. That's on that team and say, hey, listen. Here's what's going on. I got two sons they wrestle and they do jitsu and I'd like to go to those turnament what's our schedule. Like, how's it going to be, you know? And then you kinda you can make a better assessment. I wouldn't just assume that the tactical team has a busy schedule. I could be wrong. I could be completely wrong. What what you're probably the assumption. You're making which is a decent assumption is that when you're part of a part of an elite tactical team you're going to have to import more time. It's gonna it's gonna it's gonna mean more to you. And you're going to be like, okay, I need to train more. I'm gonna tell you should train more. No matter. What position you're in? Right. You need to be trading as much as you can you need to be staying sharp. So I would do some research on that. And then I would also consider this. Men have been leaving their families. So they could go and fight evil since the beginning of time. Whether it was ever going out to fight the lions. Or whether they're going to fight some going to invade other countries or go to find treasure, whatever, whatever they were doing people been doing it even World War Two guys left. And there is no guarantee that they were coming home. They left for two three four years. Those. That's the way it works. Doesn't your boys are not going to be? They're not their lives aren't gonna be ruined. If you're not there at every ballgame, and I'll tell you there's actually if you do that your son, this will learn the meaning of duty and sacrifice more than a normal kid would so so pay attention to that too. Again, all that being said, this is something that only you can make the call on because you're you can analyze the details of the situation. And what if your wife works you? I folks wife doesn't work that makes a big deal if your wife works, and you're gone all the time. That's a problem. Now, who's raising your kids, you gotta pay attention to that. If you if you both work, but you both work normal jobs now your home, you're don't you're you know, you're there enough. So just weighed these things out, but I would I would get the details and then make a decision, and you know, what no matter what decision you make the right decision house. That that's pretty simple, your if you make it ascension you're gonna tackle team. Cool. If you don't you're still doing federal law enforcement awesome. Keeping the keeping the monsters at bay. Yeah..
"sixteen months" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Resigned after sixteen months on the job. President Trump tweeted the news yesterday, he was not happy with the way Nielsen was handling the situation on the Mexican border and sometimes pushing back on what he wanted to do on Saturday, the president expressing what he wants congress to let his administration say to asylum seekers. Sorry, get out. Sorry can't handle it. It was often cures to Nielsen's job to tell him that under current law. He wasn't that simple. The president shaving into growing number of migrants seeking asylum prompted him to threaten a week ago to shut the border with Mexico in her resignation letter following Sunday afternoon meeting with Mr. Trump. Nielsen pens. I hope the next secretary. We'll have support of congress and the courts in fixing the laws which have impeded our ability to fully secure America's borders, and which have contributed to discord. Bob Costantini, Washington wins news time eight oh. Sex demands. For President Trump's tax returns were discussed that length on the Sunday talk show circuit. Mick Mulvaney, acting White House chief of staff says the Democrats can demand all they want. But they're not getting them. Never nor should they keep in mind vestich, you that was already litigated during the election voters knew the president could have given his tax returns. They knew that he didn't. And they elected him. Anyway, which courses drives Democrats crazy while he was on Fox News Sunday, the chairman of the House Ways, and means committee Democrat Richard Neal of Massachusetts wrote to the Commissioner the IRS last week demanding six years of the president's personal tax returns as well. As return for some of his businesses wins. News time eight oh. Seven up account. Cops Ahah Lohman Renner car into a tree and sign in lake Ronkonkoma yesterday was not supposed to be driving because their license had been suspended. In fact, they say marines, deliverance license had been suspended thirty five times. Even though she's only thirty years old. She also didn't have a quarter at alcohol interlock system installed on her car as you know. The court had ordered Marin Laverne is now charged with aggravated. Among other things. Our car was impounded. Amid the litter of broken brackets. March madness comes to an end tonight as Texas tactics on Virginia the championship game cops in Lubbock already view with the outcome. Either way after fans got out of hand Saturday night as tech advanced to the final east, Texas Tech basketball's first time in the national championship game. Hundreds of fans crowded.
"sixteen months" Discussed on WEEI
"Quicken Loans. Here's your host Matt parole. We are live in Vegas. And I always tell you you never know who's gonna come in and stop by living here so much fun. Because at least once a month. I get a phone call from somebody or a text message or GM on Twitter. Hey, I'm in town. What are you doing? Pete college football, news dot com. I just told you about his great website. If you guys are are watching college football liking, college football or betting on college. Football tax is absolutely amazing. And I great to see you don't discount who wants to get away from their family. That's here for about an hour and a half. Let them go shop and do things like the strand do things like this. Yes. CF Ennstal rolling. I know part of this USAA thing to sportsbook wire. Oh, wow. Which they're just started up last week. And they actually nailed it lasted night their best bet of the day. And I was telling you before we came on where I went over my first day here because now is an old, man. I cannot physically read the numbers I cannot be that guy who needs the readers at this point. Said okay. You know, screw it. I'm just going to go with what people told me to do on sportsbook wire Jon Gruden ones that detached. They come apart. I already admitted that I have to be the guy in restaurants now here, I am at lava last night this restaurant beautiful people, and I got my phone out with the flashlight. I cannot read the menu. I just gave up to the the beautiful waitress. What's the best thing? I just you order it. Yes. You ordered for me meal. Trust on so sportsbook, wire dot com. Yes. So the got all the wire sites, they have, you know, like look along with the wind and the big lead and stuff they have draft wire and may junkie and things like that. And they just started up sportsbook wire it's going to be just all that's all just flat out just start talking about this Hicks, or is it a new story both area codes for the win for this. What I'm going to be doing this time? We the college football stuff and cool been doing a lot of college basketball stuff for them as well. And. Same philosophy of picking college. Football's pulling college basketball, find the mismatches and go with it. That's awesome. And I think what one thing that I saw here in the space. And look I've been this shows now bring up for fifteen sixteen months, whatever it is that the the traditional media outlets are all trying to figure out. How do we play in the sandbox? Like, how do we do this? Right. How do we figure this out? And I've made the case that. A changes coming in the way that broadcasters in media. We'll be talking very soon about sports and how how it's packaged. So like for me, I can sit here, and like read, you know, a thousand word article on you know, why this is going to happen. And it's like, whatever I'm on my phone, dude. I just wanna like a game. In this day and age it really is. And I can attest to this yesterday. I I mean, I know sports, I don't know necessarily the NBA the ins and outs, and what's happening in the, you know, the trends and things like that. So for these different sites that are out there, really, I if you give a pick it just get to the very end. And like you said before either confirm my, original belief or give me something. I don't know. Like, tell me something, you know, that I missing that like for whatever reason Memphis is hot at home lately. What was it? The other night that someone has not won anything on the road like the. Trend. I know the timber wolves are basically done for the year. But that okay, tell me at the clippers you're gonna care about this me some little nugget that's out there. That's just enough to push me one way or another. And you know, if you miss you miss, but at least, you're giving me a rationale behind you. You never get a dog some of these three picks for me, like if it's free if there's if there's a reason behind it. And that's what I try to do like going ten for ten college football picks. No. But if I get it wrong. I got it wrong either. Because there is something weird that happened or I just know there's a mismatch somewhere out there. But I'm going to give you rationale behind it with the college world netherworld looking for is just some little thing that an opinion from some guy who's going to say, look this thing, and I'm going to go with it. So it's all the packaging at this point. Pete takeout for news dot com sports, McGuire dot com. Joining us there live in studio in Vegas and pushing the odds, and that I think is one of the more interesting parts of college football news over the years. And now where you guys are going to go. Oh, because you guys were one of the first ever to look at college football and say, I know my readers in the south because where I was my I started reading you guys. It was in the south. They're all gambling on college football. And they all want to know. So I'm going to write about it. And when I'm talking about my game breakdown. Oh, yeah. By the way, the line is minus six and a half. And I'm taking the under. Why whatever it might be. How how do you guys? How have you handled the states who or the fans that say, oh, it's college. You shouldn't gamble on. It. You don't we haven't had that. It's actually the weird part about it is over the years is when we first I mean, we've been doing I started this up in nineteen Ninety-seven and the push back in the late nineties was from the schools being linked freaked out saying, oh, you can't cover it. We can't have access to our team because you're putting the spreads on there. And. I couldn't really go by the book. We're just gonna picking games. We're we're not asking you're starting quarterback cages bring up with your girlfriend or something. No. We're just we're just picking games here. It's just we're kind of combine the two and just. Oh, the first ones to do this. I mean, you guys were the first ones to do it in the way that I do it like I do videos for play picks dot com where I'm picking college knowledge guy do college basketball in college. I did a video last night on the Sweet Sixteen games. And I'm not I'm not proclaiming. I've got proprietary inside information. I'm just telling you here are some numbers. Here are some trends. This is why I'm betting this kind of thing that we've had really made a big thing about from the start is why do we do like the central Michigan preview that's gonna get about three thousand views. I mean. Like, no one's going to read are even like, hey, what's weird is? Nobody reads like the Stanford previews Stanford's kind of debt like somebody in big teams are just kind of dead, everyone reads, Ohio State, Oklahoma and Alabama. Those are the big ones. But part of the reason is right now literally I go back. It's going to be the start of the one big giant book report is figuring out. Okay. Why is central Michigan? You know, twenty four points closer to whoever Michigan they're playing and just knowing the ins and outs of that. So in in to your point is the hope that will we do is that brings a little bit of the credibility say, look, we might be crazy to suggest right now that Utah state's going to beat Michigan state or whatever. But here's why and knowing that we wrote the two thousand word preview on and do the research. Yeah. At least we're giving you something. We're just not saying, oh, I think this is going to happen. One of my friends, and I talked about this a lot. And you guys I think do the exact same thing that we do is that you're not standing on a table in saying this is my five star player of the year. Here is you know, empty the Bank Robina bury your bookie type bull crap and catch myself. But the thing that is interesting that what you guys do is what I try to do a lot of my friends. Try to do is. You're painting a picture. And you're saying here is what the game looks like on paper. Here's how we see the game unfolding in by painting. The narrative of how the game's going to go. Hey there are fast starting fast. Aren't they run the ball really well in the first half, but they can't close and they can't at the end of the game. It's gonna be it's a double digit line. We don't trust this team to cover the crazy part about that is an each week during the season. I do the ten best picks against the spread best picks over under just with the ones that just look off. It's not like you said I'm going to sit there and say, oh, you know, this is our five star your lock of the century this week. I love your confidence rating, though, I think it's awesome. Training must watch TV rating. I if you haven't seen cashable, news dot com, you've got to see it because I think that actually helps it gives a little more credibility when you guys are saying, okay. This is a two star play. I'm just I'm throwing caution to the wind. I don't know. What was driving us crazy last year was uconn, for example, historically, worst defense ever for some reason every time they were like our number one. Oh my gosh. Of course, this game's going over because you can't get. Points a game. There was one game against Somalia. Let's say it was like East Carolina where neither team could play at the two worst defenses in the country. And it was like a sixty three game or something. Like, you get the massive mood swings. But that's the fun of it. You know, it's it's not all easy. It's not all fun. But no over the long haul. And like I was telling you before like who are five best picks right now. All right. I might get you pretty close to the pin. But it's really over the long haul every game. We're gonna be around sixty percent ish. Just because we know enough to know the little things. Yeah. But that's putting on every my stepfather in law says he wants to throw money at things out. But I don't know anything about sports you bet formula. No, I don't want to give you my ten fix the week. Because. I'm guessing I'm gambling here. Right. You want a bit every game. Now, we can do something. But it's pouring people people don't like the they want the big hit. And that's kinda yes with this. And that's the recreational player in that somebody who won. It's a great point about stop talking numbers. Give me a pick. Right. Because ultimately, I've had that on my own video that I've done where we do like a ten minute explanation on this game. And people in the comments section will write you talk for too long a pick. And that's not really what I wanna do because I don't necessarily want you to one hundred percent follow every pick. I make I want you to be. Maybe you have done research. Maybe you're looking for something very similar to how I use you guys. I've done my own research. I've done my own breakdowns. I'm watching this game. I'm watching the video every week. What happens with the line movements and whatnot? And I feel like okay. I like ex. Yeah. And then I'll go re you guys, and you guys made point out something that I wasn't thinking about or a number may not have seen it might either confirm or. I might say, you know, what I don't think that's a big deal. I like my to your point. There's nothing easier to me than postseason college basketball because it's mismatches. It's just it's not that hard North Carolina can rebound. This team can't read this team is turnover prone and this team is amazing taking the ball away and creating steals and pressure. Like if you find just that little mismatch, that's usually enough or even this team can shoot free throws down the stretch. It's going to be a tight defensive game. This last year won the parlay Villanova beating Michigan got the free throws because it was ridiculous. Michigan wasn't hitting a free throw all tournament long. Right. And I think the overall the it was like Villanova. I wanna say it was minus like five and a half on three pointers, and there were historically greatest postseason three point team. I mean, if you could just find those little anomalies there, and I'm not a basketball guy. I don't care about college basketball until March if you can find those little things, and then to your point I want to go someplace where I can confirm or deny it thing is okay. I believe X, and I'm going to go to this site or this site and say if you could firm it with me, I'm in if you deny with me that I'm out in just okay, I'm going to go somewhere else. So that way, at least I know I've got a little failsafe there. He is. He's hanging out with us for this hour of the program. We're talking college basketball college football, tons of good stuff. College will blues dot com sportsbook wire dot com stick with us. More to come pushing the odds Espen ESPN radio. With Matt parole CBS doing the thing again where.
"sixteen months" Discussed on WEEI
"Com. I just told you about his great website. If you guys are are watching college football liking, college football or betting on college football tax website is absolutely amazing. And I great to see you and who don't discount who wants to get away from their family. That's here for about an hour. Let them go shop and do things do things like this. Yes. See offense still rolling now. Part of this USAA thing to sportsbook wire. Oh, which just started up last week? And they actually nailed it lasts that either best bets of the day. And I was telling you before we came on where I went over my first day here because now is an old, man. I cannot physically read the numbers I cannot be that guy who needs the readers at this point. Edited screwing just gonna go with what people told me to do on sportsbook wire and Jon Gruden ones that detached they come apart. I can't believe that guy. I've already admitted that I have to be the guy in restaurants now here, I am at Laval last night this New Orleans restaurant beautiful people, and I got my phone out with the flashlight cannot read the menu. So Finally, I just gave up to the the beautiful waitress. What's the best thing? I hear you order it. Yes. You ordered for me. I'll trust you on so sportsbook wire dot com. Yes. So the USA has got all the wire sites. Along with four of the wind and the big lead and stuff they have draft wire and Emma may junkie and things like that. And they just started up sportsbook wire it's going to be just all that's all just flat out just start talking Hicks. Or is it a news story? Both very really for the win for this. What I'm going to be doing this? And we must college football stuff and doing a lot of college basketball stuff for them as well. And the same philosophy of picking college football's pulling college basketball, find the mismatches and go with it. That's awesome. And I think what one thing that I saw here in the space. And look I've been this shows now bring up for fifteen sixteen months, whatever it is that the the traditional media outlets are all trying to figure out. How do we play in the sandbox? Like, how do we do this? Right. How do we figure this out? And I've made the case that. A change is coming in the way that broadcasters in media. We'll be talking very soon about sports and how how it's packaged like for me. You know, I can sit here, you know, a thousand word article on you know, why this is going to happen. And it's like, whatever I'm on my phone, dude. I just wanna like that a game. In this day and age it really is. And I can attest to this yesterday. I I mean, I know sports, I don't know necessarily the NBA the ins and outs and what's happening, and the, you know, the trends and things like that. So for these different sites that are out there, really if you give a picket to get to the very end. And like you said before either confirm my belief or give me something, I don't know. Like, tell me something, you know, that I missing that. Like like for whatever reason Memphis is hot at home lately. What was it? The other night that someone has not won anything on the road. The. Trendy. I know the timber wolves are basically done for the year. But okay, told me at the clippers actually are going to care about this get you be some little nugget that's out there. That's just enough to push me one way or another. And you know, if you miss you miss, but you're giving me a rationale behind you. You never get a dog some of these three picks for me. Like if it's free. If there's if there's a reason behind it. And that's what I try to do like, am I going ten for ten college football picks? No. But if I get it wrong. I got it wrong either. Because there is something weird that happened or I just you know, there's a mismatch somewhere out there. But I'm gonna give you rationale behind it with the college football world. Netflix will roll looking for is just some little thing that an opinion from some guy who's going to say, look, I've found this thing. And okay, I'm going to go with it. So it's all the packaging at this point you out for news dot com sportsbook wired dot com, joining us there live in studio in Vegas and pushing the odds, and that I think is one of the more interesting parts of college football news over the years now where you guys are going to go. Oh, because you guys were one of the first ever to look at college football and say, I know my readers in the south because where I was I started reading you guys. It was in the south. They're all gambling in college football. And they all want to know. So I'm going to write about it when I'm talking about my game breakdown. Oh, yeah. By the way, the line is minus six and a half. And I'm taking the under. Why whatever it might be. How how do you guys? How have you handled the states who are the fans that say, oh, it's college. You shouldn't gamble on it. We haven't had that. It's actually the weird part about is over the years is when we first I started this up in nineteen Ninety-seven and the pushback in the late nineties was from the schools being linked freaked out saying, oh, you can't cover it. We can't get access to our team because you're putting the spreads on there. And. I couldn't really go by. We're just gonna picking games. We're not. We're not asking you're starting quarterback cages break up with your girlfriend or something. Know what we're just we're just picking games here. Just we're kind of combine the two. The first ones to do this. You guys were the first ones to do it in the way that I do it like I do videos for play picks dot com or on picking college. I'm their guy do college basketball in college football. I I did a video last night on the Sweet Sixteen games. And I'm not I'm not proclaiming. I've got proprietary inside information. I'm just telling you here are some numbers. Here are some trends. This is why I'm betting this kind of thing that we've kind of really made a big thing about from the start is why do we do like the central Michigan preview that's gonna get about three thousand views. I mean, like no one's going to read are even like what's weird is nobody reads like the Stanford previews Stanford's kind of like so many teams are just kinda dead. Everyone reads, Ohio State, Oklahoma and Alabama those are the big ones. But part of the reason is right now literally as I go back. It's going to be the start of the one big giant book report is figuring. Okay. Why is central Michigan twenty four points closer to whoever Michigan? Playing and just knowing the ins and outs of that. So in to your point is the hope that what we do is that brings a little bit of the credibility to say, look, we might be crazy to suggest right now that Utah state's going to beat Michigan state or whatever. But here's why and knowing that we wrote the two thousand word preview on and do the research, and at least we're giving you something we're just saying, oh, I think this is gonna happen. One of my friends, and I talked about this a lot. And you guys I think do the exact same thing that we do is that you're not standing on a table in saying this is my five star player of the year. Here is you know, empty the Bank, robbing bury your bookie type bull crap catching myself. But the thing that is interesting that what you guys do is what I try to do a lot of my friends. Try to do is. You're painting a picture. And you're saying here is what the game looks like on paper. Here's how we see the game unfolding in by painting. The narrative of how the game's going to go. Hey, there are fast starting fast start. You know, they run the ball really well in the first half, but they can't close and they can't at the end of the game. It's gonna be it's a double digit line. We don't trust this team to cover the crazy part about that is an each week during the season. I do the ten best picks against the spread best picks over under just with the ones that just look off. Like, you said I'm going to sit there and say, oh, you know, this is our five star your lock of the century this week..
"sixteen months" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Beautifully done shown that have shown that the microbe ever long term. Studies have shown they've studied the studies scientific studies have shown here with their findings are study buddies. Perfect couple Donna, and Steve Steve Donna the average person. According to a new study sticks with a hobby for how long. With a hobby. I'm going to say three years, sixteen months. What? Are now use the same voice. But see tell me more tell me more. Tell me more. That is according to a new study what happens is what things get in the way work family responsibilities losing interest and motivation, but get this during those sixteen months. Oh, boy, we invest in said hobbies, let's read we've got the top ten hobbies that are causing you to spend a lot of money for this thing that won't last long. Oh, you gotta guess her number one or what on? Yeah. I wanna get. All right. I'm going to guess where anything to do with horses. Not on the top eight eight shock. It's gotta be golf coming in at number eight here, we'll do this play along with the car. Is no charter Rhonda. Oh, gosh. I love Chata. Rhonda. Have it on a little braised chicken? Very good. It's.
"sixteen months" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Level in nearly sixteen months. That's a sharp contrast evaluations across emerging markets. For more details on Middle East, equities reporter Philippe at by Jacko at joins me night. So I it might take you. But it's time to get that. But these are pretty expensive stocks when you get that relative to the rest of the relative to the EM the context well menace, we saw a quite strong recovery in the stock market this year, we have to remember to two thousand seventeen was a very tough year for cutlery stocks. It was the year when doing bargains started, and there was a lot of uncertainty a lot of concerns about what was to come next. Then this the full year of two dozen eighteen has been of question recovery. The big names rallied industry scatter cutter national Bank increased for an ownership. Then people started to actually see that. They are delivering the results were not terrible at all. And there's. Lot of confidence that they're actually there's room for these players to continue delivering quite strong results. But then we now hear a lot from investors that there's no way there's rarely can continue this are treating very expensive, especially if you compare to emerging markets Doha cutter is actually part of the MSN emerging markets index, and this has been a tough year for the at a very discount level to where they started the. So we should probably see maybe already in the beginning of two thousand nineteen an adjustment for the price that stocks trading Doha. Now, we have a little bit of breaking news runs Zane cited this is an ongoing battle. They've had in regards to loyalty. So what are the details? Well, the actually were able to renegotiate their royalty few with the Saudi government from fifteen to ten percent. And that's good news for the for stockholders. This is the stock that has been trading close to its it's down for the year near. Percent in the market that's up close to nine percent. So there is room for recovery. People could be bashing that this is good news for them. They also announced this morning the settlement with a dispute with the government. So basically, dear clearing up the space and the scenario for next year. And this could mean good news for shareholders for actually people looking for good bets within the Saudi market. Well, let's just continue conversation about society market because you've also done a little bit of digging in because healthcare and cement cement is today with action geopolitics thought that you could get cement tied to Jia Paul, but you have an and the reasons on those two sectors inside those are quite interesting sectors at the moment minutes because for example last week. We saw within the cement industry, some bats on names that are actually tied to the end of the war in Yemen. Because those cement producers that are located in the southern part of the kingdom they could actually benefit from exports. To yemen. If there's actually any clear indication that the war is coming close to an end. Then we have those in the eastern part of the country. Specially eastern province cement because we had the big announcement last week of that huge complex industrial project by Adam Cole, and in the east close to learn that that part of the kingdom. That's also good news people were betting on that. Then when you look at healthcare, very briefly, you see more gaining quite a lot. And this could continue this week. We have changes to how healthcare services are mandatory in Saudi starting starting next month. And this could be a good sector for people to actually bat on some names. Thank you. Thank you very much Jack of the resident reporter all stocks right here into by. Now, you morning day morning never starts with that issue briefing is the daybreak team. They put it together. She's dexterity in her tasks from first word today. This is our other job. She's the editor, of course of DIY be go. It's on your mobile. It's on your desktop. It's Christine Burke, Christine could see in a different guys. Mary Draghi defending defending the euro. And and I suppose really sort of saying put this in context against illiberal regimes. What did he mean? So we let's I just say that this appeared to be over the weekend. This is his last scheduled appearance for the year after all the excitement last week, and he made a speech in which the commemorated the twenty year anniversary of the euro. And yes, he did defend the euro and integration of the euro area. Saying that this is what has allowed some of the small European countries out there to remain competitive to continue to defend their way of life. But he wasn't overly, you know, bragging about the euro, it wasn't overstating the success of the euro, he actually did admit to some of the currency shortcomings saying that it has not benefited all countries in the same way. I mean, and then he went on to push back against the criticisms that we've seen of the euro is we see the uprising of some of the anti establishment movements. We have the populists in Italy. We have the yellow best now in France. All of those interests. We know we we see the headlines that them really against the euro and Europe as a whole, so he really uses speech to to push back against that. And he kind of called for unity. He actually said the challenges that have arisen have become evermore global in nature and need to be tackled together, not alone. I of course, I think the next the next big issue in Europe this week will be of course, macro in terms of what he's promised to do from the fiscal side versus the Italians know what you've just reminded me. I actually was the voice of the euro at another TV station twenty years ago. There you go who would have thought about it about the size of the Bill. No second. Remember, the scripts nine s talked about another currency that the market seems to be drawing a consensus on is on euro-sterling. This is often Heimer versus Commerzbank. If the least ugly contest of the two what do I mean by that? I mean when you look to the pound and the euro mayonnaise. I think it's very clear that both of the currencies face a challenging. One thousand nine hundred and I mean, we have a lot of political uncertainty out there, you've got Brexit. And then you also have Mario Draghi just last week really warning of downside risks to the euro area economy. And so it is a question of which of these two currency sees a less ugly of a year commerce bake things that we're gonna see the pound gain more than three percent against the euro. By the end of March. It's assumption is that Britain will ultimately decide to delay Brexit, and so that will help the pound are Oppenheimer is overweight on sterling it's neutral in the euro and says that the slowdown in the eurozone is really going to contribute to the downside for the euro. And the bottom line really is. I think that there is more bad news at this point in time price in for the pound the euro. So the pound probably has a bit more room to run if we get any positive news. I it's interesting because we just had Ali Malik here from the Bank of Singapore. He said the two I comes for Bank of Singapore is a hard Brexit and be a referendum on the assumption. That referendum is that we would vote for no brags. But again, this goes back to the delusional mis conception when we had the first referendum, which is that really grip. Think about thinking what way the country will vote. He says cable could run to one forty lick Christine. Great to have you with me this morning. Multi-talented must multifaceted great to have you with us the daybreak team at Christine, but that is it this edition of.
"sixteen months" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Theresa May's fight to save a deal to exit the European Union. What are the stakes of getting this done? Well, here was the problem that Britain voted to exit the European Union without exactly defining what that meant. And there is a very wide range of possibilities, a hard Brexit versus a soft Briggs. And that could mean lots of different things, depending on who you are whether you can import goods, for example, whether you can move around easily and the deal that was revealed draft agreement showed that it was more of a soft Brexit that basically the UK will remain in a customs union with the EU for the foreseeable future. And that hasn't gone down so smoothly with her party. So the stakes are that her fate lies in the balance Brexit itself lies in the balance. It could be the case that the the parliament decides not to embrace this deal. And you could have a new DO you could have a new referendum. You could have no deal. Right. The UK could just exit the EU without anything in place. So there's a of of possibilities Dion. This matters. Not just for the British economy, really. But for the global economy, why should folks here in America care about what's going on over there. Well, one interesting thing that this is doing is really kicking up a lot of dust in the currency markets. I was talking to some strategists this week and one of the things that's really been kind of pulling back up prophets for companies in the US is the strong dollar or at least. That's what they say. It's it reached a sixteen month high recently. And as all this turmoil is going on in London England and the UK and Europe. That's pulling down the values of the euro and the British pound, which are the two biggest components of the dollar index. So when the dollar stronger, it makes it harder for the US to export things because things are more expensive, which makes it Bert worse for our businesses. It's a good thing for American consumers, but it does tend to pull back the economy. So that's one thing that Americans should certainly be watching out for right? And meanwhile, in the global economy, we also had some big swings in oil prices. The economists called Trump see turvy, Catherine what's going on there. Well, you have a number of things going on the US Russia and Saudi Arabia are pumping up pumping out crude at record levels. There's this question as to whether OPEC might decide that because prices have been falling. They'll coordinate a supply cut, which would anger Trump. He's he's been on record as saying that he favors cheap oil. So there are a lot of different factors here going on. But we've basically seen prices fall. Because supply there's been this big supply build. Yeah. Go ahead. No. I was just going to say in addition to that supply ability. You've got a number of things weighing on the demand side, which are bringing down the demand, Royal? So when there's less demand more supply naturally, see prices, go down, right? Well, speaking of prices going down. There was some Benjamin flation newsletter the last couple of weeks and various fed officials have been on the speaking circuit talking about the economy being pretty strong. But what about this sort of global hint of a slowdown in in? How does that way on on our economy going forward? Yeah. I think that's actually part of the oil story to again Matale gonna people about this all week and part of that reduced demand. And it also goes back to the first thing we talked about with the stronger dollar. So when the dollar stronger other country's currencies are weaker, and it makes it harder for them to buy oil. It kind of slows down their economy, and you're starting to see now we saw from Japan from Germany. I just this week that their economies have really slowed down to about zero growth, and you're seeing it a number of emerging countries. The former for third world countries is kind of a smaller less developed countries. They're having a really hard time with this especially countries that rely on exporting oil. So as they're starting to slow down. You're really beginning to see bits and pieces of this come up for the US economy. And that's something people have to watch again with this inflation thing. I think it's really interesting. We saw Jerome Powell come out and talk this week. And he really seems like a man who everything is coming up the way he planned it. You know, he's he said a couple of weeks ago that the fed wasn't anywhere near getting the neutral rate, which means more. Rate hikes, higher interest rates, and that really kinda scared some people and and got people a little shook, but he really came out and and double down on this. And he just kind of seems like a man who feels like he knows exactly what he's doing. He's doing everything right? Catherine real quick before we go. It looks like we are on track for another interest rate increase next month. But then maybe after that Apaz, what do you think? Well, the fed has been trying to raise rates very slowly not spook markets. And there is some debate about how quickly they should be raising rates it, it seems likely that will continue at a relatively steady pace. The feds job is to take away the Punch Bowl the economy seems quite strong interest to take away the Punch Bowl just as a party gets going, right? The economy seems quite strong. We've had a huge fiscal stimulus this year. And you couldn't understand why inflation hawks might be worried about future inflation, even if we're basically at our target. Now, we haven't exceeded it. And I didn't point out the the the germ politics and mentioned the growing US fiscal deficit the budget deficit perching twenty three trillion dollars. And that's something I think people really need to keep their eye on. Yeah. And we'll talk more about that. Thanks for joining me, Catherine ram Pell of the Washington Post and Dion Rabbo of Yahoo finance. Thanks on Wall Street TGIF mixed day. After a volatile week details when we do the numbers..
"sixteen months" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Less than sixteen months after it began we knew that. But yesterday, it became official as we got to be introduced to the three new players in the trade involving Butler to the seventy Sixers the centerpiece of that trade is Twenty-seven-year-old, rob. Covington one of the best defensive players in the league something head coach. Tom dibitetto finds extremely attractive or we gave up a very good player in Jimmy. We feel we got very good players coming back. So we think this will add a lot to our team in terms of depth of their. We've got young guys that are going to grow. We have an established veteran who's been around for a while. So we think they had a lot to the team Dario. Sorry is six foot ten averaging eleven points and six rebounds a game. And he thinks that coming off playing with all star. Joel Embiid in Philadelphia, he'll be able to fit into the wolves front court with Karl Anthony towns obesity. He got like so many similar things like leg Joyal. And was I see what I read, you know, I think shooting like so much better from Jeep boys lines enjoy L and seems like we can play with each other. You know, he can sometimes blow up you know, I can sometimes bullpen or role. You know, it's I think we can find a way how to play together. And if I find a way, you know, how to pledge of joy electric, I can find a way out to play catch. How come when he says Joel it sounds cooler than when I say it is so. Sounds cool. It that he's got an accent working. There's no question. There's no question about that. You don't have an accent. Jio, ed. And then there's Jared Bayless. The most veteran of the group he has ten years experience played less than half the season last year and is not suited up for the Sixers yet this year after suffering a knee injury. We will get our first look or are. I listen to the players tonight. Of course here on C C O have the game for the wolves and New Orleans. The pelicans earn town everybody six thirty pregame seven o'clock tip from target center. Alan Horton and the gang on the call. Meanwhile in Philadelphia yesterday, the city of brotherly love welcomed. Their piece of this puzzle all star Jimmy Butler news conference yesterday. I really take great pride in knowing that I'm basically in control.
"sixteen months" Discussed on WLAC
"Sixteen month old boy in her care, has been sentenced to probation prosecutors, had asked for thirteen years in jail but Hennepin county district judge. J Kwame saw differently goes a lot presumes a. Very lengthy prison sentence for his Karya. It also says that Inappropriate situation a mental illness can. Be used to mitigate The sentence the judge giving an Italia cardiac ten years probation. And order her ordering her to undergo mental health treatment the boy who was hanged from a pipe of the woman's basement was rescued by another parent end survived an advanced gadget to, brush your teeth and floss number at the same time apparently a hot item according to federal regulators to. Hot water pick is recalling its sonic fusion lossing toothbrush the food and Drug administration warns its charging base may overheat and melt and send up arcs. That could start a. Fire or it could shocker burn whoever is using, it the sonic fusion, is. Billed as a combination sonic toothbrush and water flaw sir several thousand distributed. Between June of last year and, this, year being recalled if you've got one the, fed say you. Need to, send it, back to water pick, in Washington Joel NATO Fox News Hawaii tour boat operators say they plan to continue taking visitors to see the lava that's using. Into the ocean from the killer way of, all candle. But now Ville follow the coastguards revised policy And stay further. Away from, those explosions, after one caused by, a causing molten rocks barrel through the roof of one of those sightseeing vessels twenty three people were injured major league baseball annual. Homerun derby the hometown slugger is the.
"sixteen months" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!
"Ways in which you are similar the ways of which you are different if maybe drawing some comfort from of hers that you can't keep around unfortunately what often happened in the seventies eighties to the nineties and this was true for my family was that we were so poor as a culture you know talking about grief we so literate that people just tried to paper over all that pain and fatness and soldier on and very very common in the family where mom died especially if there was a dad taking care of the kids for the pictures of the moms to come down off the wall for you know her closet to be cleared out for her mementos to be tucked away because it was too upsetting for the dad or the grandma or they believed the kids to be reminded that they'd had a mother who died and then stepmother would come in oftentimes within the first two years derry common and then the kids would be this is your new mum and pictures of the new family up on the wall and it's really confusing for kids still feel an interconnection and love for their mom because that love has no place to go so a lot of the work that i do helping women reconnect with the memories of their moms and you know bringing some of her energy back into the present and feeling some kind of connection to her because you know half of their genetic material came from her yeah now i'm wondering something your mother passed away from breast cancer as you said when you were seventeen was she able to prepare you for her passing not at all not at all although my mother struggled with breast cancer for sixteen months she was not told how sick she was or if she was told at the very beginning she used you know really effective form of denial and as far as i've been able to piece together for those sixteen months that she went through treatment she was never told that her scans were showing cancer growth so at the very end i'm so the kids in the family but she'd get better eventually doctor's retreating her and you know she was still walking around and cooking and driving in the end when she died she died very quickly it was a matter of just about a week and her very steep decline and it was pretty shocking and so we experienced some of the symptoms of having experienced a sudden law because even though she'd been ill for sixteen months no she was not able to prepare a sport and and there was no opportunity to set anything in place or really say goodbye and and we suffered for that you now and when my dad died twenty three years later it was very different story he knew he was sick he everything was transparent he chose to go into hospice we were with him we talked with him we help to make the passage it was actually a beautiful healing experience because we were able to say goodbye and tie up some loose ends and so i you know i learned that what's possible and i would wish that for others in the future not for them to experience what my siblings and i did in kennedy one i have some friends who have lost their mothers and i'm always trying to not mention my mother when i'm around these friends and i try and make sure i'm not saying my mom said this or i did this with my mom but i never know if i'm approaching the situation in the right way because sometimes i think i'm drawing more attention to it by trying to avoid oy the topic of mothers was should people approach this in how can they support their friends without trying to rub it in their face that they have a mother yeah that's a excellent question thank you for asking that because i have heard women talk about this motherless daughters no you have a moan and they don't mind generally talk about her i think you know it's just been with sensitively like their mom has recently died and you're talking about an argument you had your mom for example they might not find that very sensitive or you know if you're talking about everything you're going to do with your mom on mother's day and they don't have anyone to spend the day with but just in the course of general conversation most of the women that i've encountered want their friends to talk about their moms they want them to share your life with them and.
"sixteen months" Discussed on WGTK
"Like that anymore even on the left leaning shows because we've gone from an economy under obama where the biggest problem was workers couldn't find good quality jobs economy in in a mere sixteen months and economy under president trump where the biggest problem facing american businesses is inability to find him feel good quality jobs that that's that's not the jump back to the book but that's the capitalist comeback we've turned this country around you can you can reference your book all you like don't be self conscious it's great thank you but i mean we've turned this around this is a complete switch from from the economy where workers couldn't find work that one where employers can't find it up workers that's a huge benefit for the american american people and the polling is beginning to show that they know it they understand what's happening to reduce regulations you cut taxes you focus on domestic energy and you fire far better than you do with these redistributionist oppressive policies bernie sanders i'm elizabeth warren promoting and the president obama promoted all day let you was increasing income inequality the one thing they claim they didn't want and and no economic growth i mean even economic growth is president trump has been in office is average about two point nine percent cents obama's last year was one point six percent that's almost double his last year this is this is the trump boom and i think the american people know it and it sounds like even the wall street journal this excuse me the new york times is beginning to acknowledge that something i can't believe they won't on their editorial page but the fact that a new york times business writer would right i can't find enough synonyms in the source for good to describe this economy is a fairly dramatic column you would expect that at a conservative source rather than the new york times so so it's obviously huge by.
"sixteen months" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
"Sixteen months or fifteen months and a match in a feud with shawn michaels a few maybe the wrong word but a future match against shawn michaels is sort of that that match that cements something for seth the way that i don't know maybe rock did for sina as hoax tries to tell the story that that andre did for him it can sort of be one of those big sort of passing the torch moments and set this way younger than aj and has a much better chance to be a centerpiece guy for years than daniel bryan so i think you can make a strong case for seth michaels is a dream rollins michael's rollins wins joe michaels michael's wins yeah but winning i'm not saying it's not part of this gushing but through the lens of vince mcmahon and why he will do what he does he's not carrying about a symbolic winner loss what he's carrying about is what will help my stars become bigger star so i can partly that the more money sure sure i agree i mean i south rollins could be any i mean he could if there was a boom in wrestling right now but that is far as where wrestling is on the map and looking at a at a at a graph he is he is off the charts and i think you know that you're talking about the billion dollar deal with fox i think we're right around the corner from a nother wrestling boom i think it is going to happen and i think that seth rollins is right there in the mix when it does i want to explore that a little bit later on the show to what you just said.
"sixteen months" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Sixteen months for treatment of ptsd from nicosia and never one five thousand worried about asia's disappointment was in their lack of funding and i feel very strongly because i am now an advocate for veterans that we need to make sure that as we move this conversation forward of funding and resources we also remember that there is now a whole group of veterans who also suffered with ptsd who are going to fuel stigmatized by the conversation if we don't rule that conversation in a very careful way so that people understand that not everybody with ptsd is a risk to society the the for the call in fact we did invite the va on this morning they declined here's a comment from brettoneux writes speaking as a veteran myself therapist and especially women cannot read the signs of combat induced an impending trigger responses to stress there are no containment strategies to defuse a client who is about to have a psychotic break eyewitness violence in my own therapy groups combat vets need to become therapist this will create the trust needed to make progress again we're back to that elaine o'clock coming from you i absolutely agree that we would be ideal kev work combat veterans who are training of therapy can come a good student said i serve at dinner they do go on to graduate program to become therapist to serve at the va that being said the research does not show that mental health professionals need to have experienced the same trauma as their clients in order to serve their claim so for example read prices councillors do not need to have been raped people who've sort of refugees do not need to have been refugees people do who are doing grief work may not have experienced the same loss so while we do need a greater degree of training perhaps broadly about military sensitivity and the nuances of ptsd for our military personnel we do have very effective protocols to reduce the symptoms of ptsd to manage risk and to help veterans integrated into society so we need i'm gonna go and to keep emphasizing that we need both we need our veterans community and.
"sixteen months" Discussed on WINS 1010
"Serving parole in sixteen months the competition was fierce war today will be the worst day of the year according to some people who ought to know astrologers this is of course the winter solstice which begins at eleven twenty eight this morning eastern standard time but the real problem according to the astrologers is saturn at seems the sun is moving into kappler corned just hours after saturn does the same and this is the first time that's happened since sixteen sixty four and we all know what happened then something bad probably bad things were always happening back then wednesday news time nine await uh mike a lot of people them diane of staten island has a severe and lifelong phobia of the tasmanian devil from the bugs bunny cartoons now he's accusing his wealthy fatherinlaw of menacing ham with a bushy to pay that resembles the tasmanian devil in fact the fatherinlaw unison dole love was arrested back in november for violating a restraining order when he waved the to pay at his soninlaw during a funeral now mason diam tells the new york post these developed of fear of wiggs also as a result of this is attorney confirms the problem saying his client is very scared of his father in law who according to the attorney it looks like he has a rapid badger on his head the lows now fighting criminal mischief charges meantime he's suing his son in law for defamation and apparently that is all pretty forty gray's mostly sunny were going up to forty and midtown today wins news time nine online.
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"In new jersey following sixteen months of nonstop touring bond jovis members were exhausted and the man went their separate ways in 1990 with no future plans worked out their differences and released keep the faith in 1982 but the album was a letdown from new jersey the bed of roses hit number ten on the charts in a in 1994 bon jovi had its first line of change when basis such was fired from the ban and unofficially replaced by mcdonald's mcdonald's first album was 1995 these days which hit number one in the uk in japan but was considered a disappointment in the us following the album's release the members of bagio he took a twoyear hiatus bon jovi stayed active through to thousands in two thousand ten with their ten studio album two thousand seven's lost highway being go first number one debut it also had more of a country sound happy to success in two thousand six duet with jennifer nettles who says you can't go home which hit number one on the us country chart jon bon jovi in richie send borough of both inducted into songwriters hall of fame in two thousand nine bon jovi released their twelve studio album what about now in two thousand thirteen a rift with richie sam boron jon bon jovi resulted in bore leaving the band in spring two thousand thirteen he has not yet returned to the lineup all things on jovi info music and more are on iheartradio key word bond shield american indians and alaska natives are important members of our countries diverse culture a world where today's american indian and alaskan native children grow up to enjoy the highest levels of physical emotional.