35 Burst results for "Small Baby"

Lost The Receipt (MM #3870)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 hrs ago

Lost The Receipt (MM #3870)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason, one of these strange things in life I'm pretty compulsive about is holding on to receipts. I've held on to receipts literally for decades and have great tax boxes, not only for personal, but for my companies, of course, too. But every now and again, when I lose a receipt, it will drive me insane. The other night my wife and I went out for dinner and went up to the counter did our order got the receipt, but I thought in my pocket and then went back to look for it and couldn't find it. Now, perhaps I laid it down when I went to go fill up my drink or fell out of my pocket, but I traced my steps back through the restaurant and couldn't find it anywhere. And I knew I could just go into my business account and just add it in there, but just not having one receipt, drives me crazy. Of course, when the credit card bill comes in, the line item will be there, and I'll be able to make sure to note it, but that's not the point. I am meticulous when it comes to my receipts. I pretty much save every receipt no demand. I go to fast food joints and get receipts. I've never had to use these receipts and they just stack up and go put in tax boxes and things like that. But for some reason, I got it drilled into my head years ago that receipts matter and I lost one the other day. And that doesn't happen often.

Mason Minute Kevin Mason Baby Boomers Life Culture Society Musings Mason
Rooting Against (MM #3869)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 d ago

Rooting Against (MM #3869)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason I've been a sports fan most of my life. Pretty much follow every sport and have my favorites. But I find, and especially this time here, it reminds me. I actually spend more time rooting against people and teams than I do rooting for my favorites. It may be because the teams I root for, coming from a Chicago background, most of my sports favorites are Chicago teams, who are pretty inconsistent. But I really noticed this around NASCAR, where I have teams that I follow and like and don't like, but I spend more time rooting against certain drivers and certain teams than I do rooting for my favorites. Now I realize I ask our race, you got 40 people, so only one can win, but you spend more time making sure the other guy the guy you hate doesn't do well. You don't want him to wreck. You just don't want him to finish well. Same thing when it comes to sports. Right now, World Series, I don't like either team. But I'm kind of glad they both went to the World Series rather than Boston and LA because I liked them even less. It's very frustrating to spend more time in sports, rooting against teams and players. It just certain people in certain sports rub you the wrong way.

Mason Minute Kevin Mason Baby Boomers Life Culture Society Musings Chicago Nasa Nascar Boston LA
Favorite Candy (MM #3868)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 d ago

Favorite Candy (MM #3868)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. We're a week away from Halloween, so that means the candy corn bashing has begun on social media. You either love it or you hate it, we talk about it all the time. But what interests me is a study done by the national confectioners association, the people who oversee the candy industry, talking about Halloween candy. Number one choice for giving away Halloween candy. We're not talking brand here. We're talking type of candy. It's chocolate. 60% of people give away chocolate like to get chocolate. 40%, gummy candy, and candy corn. They didn't just say other, they said gummy candy second candy corn third. Now what I don't have is an exact breakdown of what percentage of people give it away like to give it away like to get it in return, but it's not as hated as many people would like you to think. Bubble gum doesn't show up and I'll be honest with you as a kid, you never wanted to get bubble gum. You always like chocolate. You like the full size candy bars, but I'll tell you what, even if I was getting a small little pack of candy corn or even gummy bears back when they first started out, I didn't mind. Let's be honest. There's no such thing as bad candy, unless it's a candy bar you don't like. Then you're looking for a trade.

Mason Minute Kevin Mason Baby Boomers Life Culture Society Musings National Confectioners Associa Mason
Amusing (MM #3867)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 d ago

Amusing (MM #3867)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason, for some reason, small children, little kids call it what you want babies have always found me amusing, and that's usually on first sight. I go to the grocery store walking down an aisle and there's usually a little kid that just stares at me in a grocery cart, and they get this little smile on their face, and I smile back or wiggle my eyebrows or something and they laugh, had it the other night when we were at a restaurant and looked over and little kid was just staring at me and again I made a funny face and it laughed. Now I don't know if it's my hair because it's spiky and blond if it's my size if it's just my goofy looks. I can't figure out what it is. I've talked about it before, but for some reason, young children without even ever having spoken to me, find me amusing. I would have always thought because of my size, you would think they'd be afraid of something that big. They've always said little kids can look deep down in the soul and can tell if your friend or foe and for some reason I must be friend. I guess I'm honored, I guess I'm amused and so are they. It's always been this way. The little ones like me, I guess until they meet me, and then hopefully they like me after that, but there's no accounting for taste.

Mason Minute Kevin Mason Baby Boomers Life Culture Society Musings Mason
Amusing (MM #3867)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 d ago

Amusing (MM #3867)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason, for some reason, small children, little kids call it what you want babies have always found me amusing, and that's usually on first sight. I go to the grocery store walking down an aisle and there's usually a little kid that just stares at me in a grocery cart, and they get this little smile on their face, and I smile back or wiggle my eyebrows or something and they laugh, had it the other night when we were at a restaurant and looked over and little kid was just staring at me and again I made a funny face and it laughed. Now I don't know if it's my hair because it's spiky and blond if it's my size if it's just my goofy looks. I can't figure out what it is. I've talked about it before, but for some reason, young children without even ever having spoken to me, find me amusing. I would have always thought because of my size, you would think they'd be afraid of something that big. They've always said little kids can look deep down in the soul and can tell if your friend or foe and for some reason I must be friend. I guess I'm honored, I guess I'm amused and so are they. It's always been this way. The little ones like me, I guess until they meet me, and then hopefully they like me after that, but there's no accounting for taste.

Kevin Mason Mason
Keep the Movement Going: Buy and Share 'American Marxism'

Mark Levin

01:44 min | 3 d ago

Keep the Movement Going: Buy and Share 'American Marxism'

"One I want to keep this movement going ladies and gentlemen The movement that you and I know exists under the radar they were now and then we show some ankle Even our Friends on TV and on radio they don't acknowledge it but that's okay They react to it And I'll react We're in this baby We're on the front lines where the point of the spear you and me all of us Those of you who have not acquired your copies of American Marxism please do As soon as possible or get the audio or however doesn't matter whatever platform will ever form I was in Costco today for my regular hot dog and I want to salute kashka This book's been out now over three and a half months and Costco still has it on its table In Costco rarely ever does that Rarely And I want to salute yes Amazon Amazon is kept stocked up Barnes and noble Walmart has done a fantastic job Sam's And BJ's and all of them They've been absolutely superb So the books are there for now Then about the supply chain stuff I told you about paper It's no joke It's no head fake There really is a paper issue Let's toilet paper paper towels or paper for books So I want to encourage you to act I want to keep this movement going This is our way of trying to defend the country internally Most of us are not in the military overseas Most of us are not police officers or in law enforcement And we're not even talking about that kind of defense We're talking about defense in a republic As civilians

Costco Amazon Walmart Barnes SAM
Ransomware (MM #3866)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 d ago

Ransomware (MM #3866)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. Ransomware is a word that people have been hearing more and more about this year, even though the ability for usually foreign hackers to come in and lock up a computer system and force you to pay them a ransom has been around for a bunch of years. Earlier this year, everybody heard about the Colonial Pipeline and the ransomware they were inflicted with. This past week we heard of Sinclair broadcasting one of the major broadcasting companies across America, having their computer systems inflicted with ransomware, but we finally reached the point where I'm getting upset because it's going to affect candy corn. Ferrara candy company, the company that makes most of the candy corn in America, their computer systems, which do, in fact, impact their manufacturing process, they have been inflicted with ransomware, and these Russian hackers want millions upon millions of dollars. You're going to hear more and more about ransomware and we've got to figure out a way to stop it because they're going to impact and disrupt American business as much as they can. That's one of the ways people are fighting wars right now. It's not about boots on the ground. It's about computers and in the air. And that's kind of scary.

Mason Minute Kevin Mason Baby Boomers Life Culture Society Musings Sinclair Broadcasting Ferrara Candy Company Mason America
Professor Ben Burgis on His Proposed 'Baby Steps Toward Justice' in America

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:06 min | 4 d ago

Professor Ben Burgis on His Proposed 'Baby Steps Toward Justice' in America

"With us tonight is Ben or doctor Burgess or Ben Burgess, however you want to say it. We're going to be debating and we'll see where it leads us. Democrat socialism versus conservative populism, super thrilled, that Ben is here tonight to have this discussion. It'll start with some opening statements. And then we'll take it from there. The two minutes is yours? Doctor bridges. Thank you, mister Kirk. Thank you to town circle for setting this up. So I'm a democratic socialist because I don't think anybody deserves to have less power or dramatically worse life because of factors that are outside of their control. So that's the first part. That's the philosophical basis. Concretely, I think it's obscene. The way we have an economic system where workers at Amazon warehouses skip bathroom breaks because they're worried about falling behind in their quotas and their boss literally owns his own spaceship. Now we can argue about what a fairer society would look like. I can contrast what I would see as utopia with what you would, and I'm always up for that kind of thing. I'm sure we'll get into some of it later. But what I really like to start out with is not so much that end point as the baby steps towards justice that we could take right now. Things like raising taxes and rich people to pay for social programs that would benefit the rest of us, things like raising the minimum wage for the working poor. Things like make it easier for ordinary people to organize unions so they can have at least a little bit of a say at what happens in the workplaces where they spend half their waking lives, and I got to say, what I was confused with me about you, Charlie, is that I see you say that you're not like an old style kind of corporate Republican and the rigging Bush William F. Buckley kind of mold and certainly the politicians who seem to be most enthusiastic about people like Donald Trump or JD Vance now, make a big deal saying they're populists. They really want to help struggling people in the heartland. And if that's true, I don't really get why you don't support any of those things that I just

Ben Burgess Mister Kirk BEN Burgess Amazon Bush William F. Buckley Jd Vance Charlie Donald Trump
Windows Down (MM #3865)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 d ago

Windows Down (MM #3865)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. During my formative youth when I started driving, we used to love driving around and cruising. I lived in Virginia Beach and we had the ocean area called the strip. You'd roll down the windows and have the stereo blasting. You'd have a good time. Even in the winter months, when it was cold and there could even be snow on the ground, which didn't happen often. We'd roll down the windows and turn the heater up and we'd be bundled up and still screaming and yelling and having a good time. We have that moment here in Tennessee, where the temperature is just right at night, where you can roll down the windows and it just cold enough that you've got to turn up the heat in the car, and you can have the stereo blasting. Now, of course, it all has to do with humidity, not necessarily the temperature, but there's just that rare moment of time where it's not too cold and not too hot not too humid in the nighttime is just right to roll the windows down and crank up the radio. Had that just the other night had to go out and run some errands and windows down, heat her up and man I was feeling good. From mere moment I was taken back to my teenage days. You can play some classic music from the 1970s, 1980s to get me in the spirit. I took me back in time.

Mason Minute Kevin Mason Baby Boomers Life Culture Society Musings Virginia Beach Mason Tennessee
Good Days (MM #3864)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 6 d ago

Good Days (MM #3864)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Throughout our lives, we have good days. We have bad days. There are a lot of internal influences and external influences that affect that. Of course, as we get older, tend to have more bad days than good, just the way the body is. The body starts breaking down. I've always acquitted it to being like a car. The more miles you got in the car, the more possible problems are going to have. But one day I always try to make sure is a good day is October 20th. It's my father's birthday, and today he turns 86 years old. Now what's amazing is I lost all of my grandparents by the time they were 65, and that's kind of sad. I didn't have grandparents, so having my parents around both in their 80s is truly remarkable. I'm very thankful though to have my father here for 86 years and I count my lucky stars every day that he's here and I take every day as a blessing. Do we see each other enough? No. Do we talk to each other enough? No. But I'll tell you what. I'm one of the lucky ones, and I never take that for granted, because I have so many friends, including my spouse who've lost parents so early on, and it's just not fair and it's not right, but I'll take it as a win.

Mason Minute Kevin Mason Baby Boomers Life Culture Society Musings Nasa
Good Days (MM #3864)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 6 d ago

Good Days (MM #3864)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Throughout our lives, we have good days. We have bad days. There are a lot of internal influences and external influences that affect that. Of course, as we get older, tend to have more bad days than good, just the way the body is. The body starts breaking down. I've always acquitted it to being like a car. The more miles you got in the car, the more possible problems are going to have. But one day I always try to make sure is a good day is October 20th. It's my father's birthday, and today he turns 86 years old. Now what's amazing is I lost all of my grandparents by the time they were 65, and that's kind of sad. I didn't have grandparents, so having my parents around both in their 80s is truly remarkable. I'm very thankful though to have my father here for 86 years and I count my lucky stars every day that he's here and I take every day as a blessing. Do we see each other enough? No. Do we talk to each other enough? No. But I'll tell you what. I'm one of the lucky ones, and I never take that for granted, because I have so many friends, including my spouse who've lost parents so early on, and it's just not fair and it's not right, but I'll take it as a win.

Mason Minute Kevin Mason Baby Boomers Life Culture Society Musings Nasa
COVID-19 and pregnancy: Women regret not getting the vaccine

AP News Radio

01:03 min | 6 d ago

COVID-19 and pregnancy: Women regret not getting the vaccine

"An expectant mother who lost her baby after falling ill with coded nineteen is urging other women to get vaccinated against the deadly virus kindle Nipper lives in Georgia and had just a short bout with the corona virus but it was enough to cause a miscarriage in July just weeks from her baby boy's due date I did everything I could have possibly done the only thing I could do that I will have to carry with me see her doctor says the placenta was infected with the virus which likely hindered the baby's ability to get oxygen and nutrients nippers teamed up with Amanda Harrison who contracted cove it it had to be intubated but she and her baby survived and then it's almost like a survivor's guilt the two women are sharing stories in an attempt to persuade pregnant women to get covert nineteen vaccinations to protect themselves and their babies I'm Jackie Quinn

Amanda Harrison Georgia Jackie Quinn
Organized Retail Crime (MM #3863)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Organized Retail Crime (MM #3863)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. I've tucked on this before, but it's getting worse and worse from what I understand. Organized retail crime is on the big time uprise. In fact, Walgreens has announced they're going to close some stores in San Francisco because the crime has gotten so bad. The biggest problem of course we have number one, staffing issues. Two, with business being up and down, they don't staff them well enough when they do have the people. So number three that makes it a good time for people who are organized in their crime to come in and just start stealing things. I've seen this happen throughout the years at Walmart's where organized crime rings come in and start stealing stuff just grabbing stuff off the racks and running out the door. Now sure a lot of the drugs are locked up behind the counter, the razor blade isles, they're locked up too, but that doesn't stop people. Because what they're doing is stealing the goods and either selling it on places like Facebook marketplace or selling it on eBay or even opening up Amazon stores and reselling those kinds of things, and right now with the economy right now with the disparity that's going on in our world. We're told it could get worse for both retail and for the retail public, and that's scary.

Mason Minute Kevin Mason Baby Boomers Life Culture Society Musings Walgreens Mason San Francisco Walmart Ebay Facebook Amazon
Every Choice During the Pandemic Is a Roll of the Dice

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:42 min | Last week

Every Choice During the Pandemic Is a Roll of the Dice

"What I don't even know what decisions are right decisions anymore. I feel like such an idiot. I've got a, I'm gonna share this with you. I've got a family friend and a wedding. This coming weekend. And I know that many of the people who are gonna be congregating, don't believe in the vaccine. And I happen to believe in the vaccine. I respect your right not to. Just as I'm sure people who don't want to get the vaccine, respect my right to get a vaccine. I guess my doctor's getting me ready to give me the second Johnson & Johnson. Shot tomorrow. I'll be the first dope that dies of a vaccine overdose. I'm gonna have I'm gonna have horns and eyeballs growing out of my forehead by Friday. Either that or I'll get COVID and die anyway. I mean, you just wonder. And for me, it's role in the dice. You play the odds. I lost a bunch of weight because I thought being that real fat was gonna increase my chances of dying if I got COVID. But I'm going to live my life. Colin Powell lived his life. So this wedding for me next week has been agonizing because I was invited. And I'd love to be there. And I'm just not that comfortable with being in an enclosed space with dozens and dozens and dozens of people who aren't going to be vaccinated. Now I'm probably being stupid and thankfully this is a wonderful family and they're gracious and they're forgiving. I mean, I know they've behind my back. They're calling me a big fat baby, and they'd be right. I am. I'm a big fat baby. I know

Johnson & Johnson Colin Powell
Bachelorette Parties (MM #3862)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Bachelorette Parties (MM #3862)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. For the last few years, they've been telling us that Nashville was the number one destination for bachelorette parties in America. I spent a lot of time in Vegas, I spent a lot of time in New Orleans and horse been living here for about 15 years and I always knew more and more bachelorette parties were here. But over the weekend, it got confirmation of just how crazy it was. Friend of mine was in town to spend the weekend, so we went out grabbed dinner and then went over to her hotel and just going to hung out in the lobby area the atrium area, if you will, and just kind of chatted for a while, and every time we look at the door, another bachelorette party either on their way in or on their way out, I think in the time we were there, I saw maybe a half a dozen different bachelorette parties coming either in or out. Now maybe some duplicates, but I don't think so. But what amazed me? That was just one hotel. One of hundreds of hotels we have here in Nashville. And this one wasn't even located close to the downtown area to the lower Broadway area. The national is the hotspot. It is the its city, especially for bachelorettes, which is just something I don't understand the need to celebrate in the desire and well, I guess I've been married too long and that makes perfect sense.

Mason Minute Kevin Mason Baby Boomers Life Culture Society Musings Nashville Mason New Orleans Vegas America
Little Debbie (MM #3861)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Little Debbie (MM #3861)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. The Internet has been buzzing the last couple of two three days because the folks who make little Debbie snack cakes have announced they're going to be doing little Debbie ice cream this Christmas, an exclusive deal with Walmart that's kind of the taste of their Christmas tree cakes or whatever they are. As much as I love snack cakes, I always grew up as a hostess kid and didn't really enjoy little Debbie's didn't even see little Debbie's until probably the early to mid 80s when I was going to college in southwest Virginia. Now they've been nationwide and they've been around most of my life, but I didn't really notice them until then. My favorites probably the zebra cakes. I think they're the ones I eat the most if I do eat them. My wife, I think she may have nutty buddies in the house right now and she likes the Swiss cakes and doesn't mind the zebra cakes, and while I've had the Christmas tree cakes, they pretty much all taste the same to me. But the ice cream is making people crazy. Thought? Gonna try it. Gonna see if I can find a pint at Walmart when they start selling it. It's going to be a limited time run. It's going to be something that people are going to be looking for. The look out for, if you really care, little Debbie ice cream, who would have thought people would care that much?

Mason Minute Kevin Mason Baby Boomers Life Culture Society Musings Debbie Ice Debbie Snack Debbie Walmart Mason Virginia
Pete Buttigieg on Paid Paternity Leave Amid Supply-Chain Crisis

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:17 min | Last week

Pete Buttigieg on Paid Paternity Leave Amid Supply-Chain Crisis

"Now, if there's a transportation crisis with this supply chain catastrophe, where's the transportation secretary? We'll evidently the U.S. transportation secretary Pete Buttigieg has reportedly been on leave for months. Supporting his husband in taking care of their new children. Apparently Pete Buttigieg and his husband have adopted children and to welcome in the babies or whatever. I don't even have one two kids. He's on paid leave. So he's sitting at home while cargo ships are out at sea and people can't buy toilet paper. Great. This is un real what America is experiencing. This is beyond the gang that couldn't shoot straight. This is incredible. You know, I get call after call from people saying to me if you were going to intentionally inflict damage. Upon the United States, this is how you do it.

Pete Buttigieg United States UN
Too Many Locations (MM #3859)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Too Many Locations (MM #3859)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. You see people talking all the time about the employee employment shortage these days and what's going wrong and where you sit on the political fence kind of determines your view on everything. I was driving down the road the other day and realized something. We sometimes have too many locations of fast food places, and that may also be part of the reason why we have such an employer employee shortage. I was driving down a road here in Nashville, which kind of spans about three or four cities. From Nashville into some of the suburbs. And as I was driving down Lebanon pipe the other day, I realized I just passed three KFCs within the span of about 5 miles. Straight line all on the same side of the street, three Kentucky fried chickens. Do we really need that many KFCs that close together in the same neighborhood now I realize there are three technically different suburbs, but at the same time do we need that many? How many more burger kings or McDonald's do we need? Yes, I realize we like having the convenience of something nearby around the corner, but could that be part of our problem too? We're overbuilding just a thought process. I could be wrong, but it's got me wondering.

Mason Minute Kevin Mason Baby Boomers Life Culture Society Musings Nashville Mason Lebanon Kentucky Mcdonald
"small baby" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:24 min | 10 months ago

"small baby" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"What we're learning here. Anti racist baby appreciates how groups speak dancing. Created that. Yeah, but what if they're like burning down cities? What if they're like rights and streets? What if people are hitting each other with baseball bats? Are we supposed to appreciate that is just sort of a cultural difference. Are we supposed to just think that if you make that decisions that just cultural difference? It's not a matter of unique viewpoint right unless he includes a non harm principle here. This is a bad principle. Seven. Confess when being confessed. Confessed baby Small baby. Confess your sins teacher two year old to confess to being racist. Okay, I have a four year old. I can't even get my four year old. To confess that he drew on the counter with a Sharpie. Okay. What are you kidding me? Get your foot confess. And anybody who actually teach you this crap to their kids should be brought up on charges of child abuse Seriously. Seven confess when being racist. Nothing disrupts racism more than when we confess the racist ideas we sometimes express. Okay, But again, he's defining racist as anything he doesn't like. So this is where the cult leader part comes in. He gets to determine if something is racist. If you refuse to confess your racism along those lines, this is because you are a racist and you must couldn't fast couldn't fast and get them from 20 $20,000 for Diversity training session eight. Grow to be an anti racist, anti racist baby is always learning, changing and growing anti racist baby sees curious about all people and isn't all knowing all this anti racist baby grows up being from candy. Then he knows everything and he has to change the standards just willy nilly. At random, depending on what he deems racist that say, what a wonderful book. What about nine? Believe we shall overcome racism. But wait a second, I've been told that we can never overcome racism seriously. There's no ability to overcome racism you could never fully do. The work is what everyone needs says we can only pursue the utopian goal. There's no point where Utopia actually manifest. It doesn't happen. Because, after all, we have to continue seeing each other's groups, and we have to create laws in which the outcome is the same for everybody, which is never going to happen ever. So you actually can never overcome racism because again he defines racism. Whatever it doesn't assume from can. You will always have things he doesn't like. The definition will continue changing forever. I believe we can overcome anti racist baby is filled with the power to transcend my friend and doesn't judge a book by its cover, but reads until The end. We did we got through it guys. We got through it together. What a beautiful bunch of absolutely garbage course for Children. We'll get right back into the special best of episode of the Men, Shapiro show but first, if you're not already a daily, remember, let me tell you about all the things that you will be missing out on. If you do not.

Small baby baseball Shapiro
"small baby" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"small baby" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"I know what it's like to have debt. So I get it. Yeah, I think that could be very helpful. I know like a lot of times, especially with attorneys, even with the financial planners or investment advisors like myself. A lot of people feel like I have to be in perfect shape in order to speak with somebody who's a professional in this area, and it couldn't be further from the truth. A lot of times someone like you or I could help people avoid. Those situations that just become so engrossing and especially with things like debt. It could be, you know, filled with shame and guilt. And that's when there's a lot of times a lot of A lot of people that are looking out for something like that to take advantage of a person in that situation, So I love it. You're out there practicing the type of law that you're doing and I want to talk about I mean, I know some people might be listening to the show on the podcast, you know, a year from now, but right now in 2020, there's a lot of people who are in an economic situation that they did not anticipate with. Could be medical debt could be Their business was furloughed. They are relying on credit more. What are some of the things that you're seeing? Right now? That may be be some advice or help people who might find themselves in this situation. Relatively unexpectedly this year. So I also want to touch on when I answer your questions, because I do think this is not just going to end a year from now and my experience in the past of catastrophic events that impact us like 9, 11 and other things, it doesn't end a year later, it continues perpetually for many years, so the piece that's important now is and I think you touched on it about the shame and embarrassment. It's okay right now to be struggling, and I want to stress that that it's this. You know, I look at myself in a lot of people look at me like I'm Debt doctor, You know there's no shame and there's no embarrassment. I know that you can't tell somebody how to feel and it's not a judgmental perspective. But it's okay to be struggling right now. Whether it's emotionally financially and right now is a very difficult time. There's so much unknown. The world is very unstable. We're going into a an election, which is always an unstable period of time. We've had five almost six months now of a pandemic with Really no specific end in sight with a lot of change. You know, things are expensive. You might have been furloughed. You might. Somebody might have been sick. So we're dealing with, you know, medical expenses, household expenses that have skyrocketed. Managing the kids. There's so many pieces of the puzzle now that our impactful on your finances And that's that's a place of instability. So it's okay to be feeling that right now, and that's really my first piece of advice to people that you know, I understand that you're not alone that even though you feel like you might be alone, you're not. I mean, ideal on a regular basis, even pre pandemic with people who are in debt regularly from life experiences and its okay, So the first step is the recognition that you know I'm struggling, and we're having difficulty keeping up with our expenses. The next Step is taking Bea. You know, once you have the awareness of it is taking the appropriate steps just to help yourself and say I recognize that was struggling. What is it that I could do to help me myself? My family, my extended family. What can we do now? And one of the most important pieces of the puzzle, and and I always say this and I always put a caveat on it is really to look at the budgeting situation and much. It's such a dirty word, because it's in a very uncomfortable for most people. It's not done regularly. You don't not really sure where to start. No one's really showed you had a budget. There's all these different ideas out there about budgeting. But, you know, maybe you haven't felt comfortable with the models that had been presented to you. And maybe you have conflict with your significant other and you know when money He is short and you don't have enough money to pay the bills. Budgeting does not feel like a good and exciting thing to dio. No, no, I think budgeting can also sometimes you know you might budget for a little while reach a goal and it feels great, but it's kind of like when you go on a diet. At first. It's exciting, and then you do it, But then you're like, Oh, I have to keep tweaking this. I have to keep up. This is starting to feel like Like, you know, sometimes it's like a parent nagging you or something. But like like a chore, right? It sure but what you need to dio like I think that's a part of just the maturity. Part of it is like that's how you can reach your goal. That's how you can, like, have those dreams that you're thinking about and it does take time. But I agree. I think the budget the budget just awareness. And making even small steps. Can be progress and like that can really change your life. I'm sure that that's what changed yours. You know when you have time, exactly And you have, like you said. You have to take it on small baby steps like in a diet can just go cold turkey, right? You know, for most people that doesn't work, and it's the same thing with budgeting and rearranging your finances. Honestly, things they're so dynamic right now that you should be looking at your budget on a regular basis weekly, if not in some cases daily. When you're looking at paying bills, these super organized about your bills, take a look at them very carefully, go through them and decide what's Really important right now. What? You absolutely have tohave. And what is something that you know? Maybe you don't need now, But in three or six months, you could revisit it so kind of looking at the wants and needs a little bit more carefully and deciding. You know what is a priority? And once you decide what the priorities are, and you start with the priorities, you can Go down to the wants, and you can add in little pieces of different times. But that's really the place and I think now my people might have to re bank those priorities because it's costing us more to get the same things. I think you know some of the things that we need, even when we go to the grocery store or when we go shopping for cleaning products. I mean, that's costing more money. It's harder to find so our budget isn't going to necessarily look the same. During a pandemic as it looks like you know, during, you know when things are going well, that's true, And there's as you could tell there's less sales. So you know, I was looking for a disinfectant spray and I looked online. It was $28 for disinfectant spray. I was, you know, that's crazy. There's normally $4 so and you're not really finding you know, supplies low and and coupon cutting and cost cutting is not always There, But there are lots of ways to find trick. So, for example, in Florida in public's they're offering if you get a flu shot to give you a $10 gift card Teo to this store, so there's lots of ways that you can get. You know, some in that case, some medical help, and in addition, you get a gift card to the store. So you have to be creative today, look around and see what stores and who's offering you an opportunity for a discount..

Bea Teo Florida small baby flu
"small baby" Discussed on Come to the Table

Come to the Table

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"small baby" Discussed on Come to the Table

"Are We 'cause that's where it seems to be the real fruit and it, but it just seems. So sometimes, it seems like you're just spinning your wheels in your world. Yeah, and I just want to get back to say at the beginning. So as long as I'm growing and transforming. In a way that other people look at me and go what are you? You seem different just and I don't know if you've gotten those before as well like I have people that know me like even at at the funeral there like there is my mom actually says she's like your, what did she? What did she say she said, are you alright son your way quieter than it used to be. Say was I'm just I said I, used to process out loud. And I hurt people I'm just processing. She's like she'll stare off and I, don't know where you're at. But you're not here. I was like I'm just thinking through things mom she's like. Well, that's different like the way that but it's been a few years since I saw my mom for any length of time that my dad wasn't in the room and when he was in the room, he sucked up all of the attention in the room. Rightly. So because since not well and you know but even her and my siblings. But, mostly her where like this, the way that you're processing all of this right now is different than the you that we knew for thirty, five, thirty, six years. So what talk to me about the change? So that's my goal. Again, I can't change my kids I can't change you but I can't change the way that I approach situations and I'm still not doing it one hundred percent the way that I need to be and I don't know that I ever will. But the goal is small small small baby steps towards that. So. Is there a? Is there a topic or viewpoint like maybe penal atonement or Alexandria frontloaded our president but is there like a corporate kind of give us an example if you will in your journey.

small baby president
"small baby" Discussed on Caffeinated Chaos

Caffeinated Chaos

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"small baby" Discussed on Caffeinated Chaos

"That's anchor. FM. I can't wait to hear your podcast. On a happier note you guys my first born. The baby made me a mama is now two years old. Like seriously, where did the Congo we had his birthday party the weekend off of his birthday, which actually put his party on the 4th of July you guys he had a blast so we did a small party at the house with cake name and put on the grill. We had Andy's mom and them came. So it was Andy's mom and his cousin and then hand he's brother came up. From out of town and then Andi sister her husband and their three kids came up from out of town and we had two of our friends. Come over and celebrate with this the junior just absolutely loved and then it is mom rented out the local pool for about an hour. So after you made the cake and if it on the ground played some games and Junior opened up his presence and played with so many toys. We went swimming. He loved the big pool like he's only really been in a little small baby. Pool. You guys. He loved the big pool. I loved it. I had a blast seeing him to seeing smiling and enjoying spending time with his cousins cuz they're out of town so he doesn't see them that often. And then and he's brother..

Andy small baby Congo Andi
"small baby" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"small baby" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"With Evelyn Evelyn. Good afternoon, and thank you so much for going in How I can help. Hey, thank you so much for taking my call here. Um, I have a question. So currently working on baby step to and by the end of the year, we will be that free. And I baby sat for all right. How much you gonna pay off this year? We will be paying off roughly about 21. Okay. All right. So I'm sorry. Hold on. 19 roughly about 30 actually. Yes. So my question is, Can we skip baby? Step five in six and we're not planning to get to those just yet, Or should we actually budget those in for when the time is right, and we have the money. Yeah. So babysat Five baby sitting or five is paid cash for college. So you guys don't have any kids correct? Correct And then baby said number sixes pay off the house. Okay, so you do not have a house or do you already have a paid off house? Which one is it? No, We don't have a house and we're still not looking to buy a houseboat. Okay? Sounds good. So here's the thing When it comes to Babe steps four through seven. You could do all of those at the exact same time. So you're not really skipping anything? Because we just recommend you do all of them at the same time, so you can go ahead invested 15%. Into any into a 41 Kor Roth are rare. Any type of retirement investments on DH. Then why are you doing out European? You're saving up cash investigators like a 5 29 or for your college for your kid's college. And by the same time you're paying off your mortgage and at the same time you're saving and you're giving a just be a building wealth. So for you, it sounds like you're going to be investing your 15%. And then just building wealth. And just giving Now let me ask you this question. You won't do not see yourself purchasing a home ever. Not ever. It's just not in the picture right now. We currently live here, and this is not where we want to be at. We just wanna work, too. Build our wealth. And since we both have a good job here and then eventually move to wherever we decide to move and then purchase a home, OK, so in that case is what I'm going to recommend. Pay off your debt. Okay this year. Go ahead and get your fully funded emergency Find out this year. Okay. Start investigating and start investing into Babe sent before Number four, which is the 15% of the income. And go ahead and start saving for the down payment towards your house. Because what I hear you are saying is right now we don't like where we're staying. We don't like where we're living like this. We see ourselves moving eventually and one day when we get to our dream city That's when we're going to purchase our home. So going ahead and just start doing little small baby steps wars, setting some money aside to go on ahead and to have the down payment, So that way when you get there instead of you having 20% you may have 30 40 50 or maybe 100% to put down towards the home so I have no problem at all with you, Evelyn. Just just You don't have any kids. So you can't do babies at number five. You don't have Ah, house so you can't do babies that number six, but make sure you pay off your debt. Go and hang it to fully funded emergency. Find out start investing 15% into retirement. Start saving some money to put down towards the house or to eventually purchased a home while at the same time you're building wealth, and you are giving going out to Chicago rapper conversation with Max Max. Good afternoon. How can I help you? Hi, Anthony. Hope you have an amazing day on. I was just wondering if it's worth pursuing my college career on currently. Did you know I haven't went to college and I'm a love designer. Okay, so I was wondering, could sort of, you know going on them doing website designer or do you do like stuff in the back in a website? A little bit of both, actually. Okay. All right. All right, Um Is it worth? You going to college? If you go to college? Have he done the research on? How much money can you make if you have a degree in his field? The earning potential is anywhere from like, 50 to 70,000. Give or take. Okay, if you don't go to college, How much money can you make in this field? Um I would say about the same honestly, just based on experience and the connections, I would say. So then I think you just answered your question. You know, I think you have to ask yourself. Do you want to go through four years of education to get the exact same payout? That's the question that you have to ask yourself. All right now I'm recommending to use a dream. Even bigger bags. I want you to think about all right. I'ma be a website designer. But how do I start my own website company? How do I build it? Cos where we're making websites. I'm employing people now from there. Maybe I'm going to school to get a business degree. What? I'm still doing What I really love. So that way I can be a website designer. Do some stuff back in. But now I'm thinking long term instead for 50 to $75,000 at your age right now, I want you thinking about how can you be a millionaire? How can you build something and employ people? And so now we're talking OK is education where fat? I think so. But we're going to do it Debt free. They were going to a dead friend. Yeah, saying, So. That's what I would recommend. But if you did go to school where you.

Evelyn Evelyn small baby Kor Roth Max Max Anthony Chicago
"small baby" Discussed on Live Blissed Out

Live Blissed Out

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"small baby" Discussed on Live Blissed Out

"But how do you know until you? You actually put some product is yes, and how much black pepper, because how much you want is going to be different from how much I want I. Really Love your analogy of experimentation because I think if we just look at it from that perspective were less fearful. We're trying new things because you don't know what the end result is going to be. Any can be something really good in rather than worrying about how it might not work think. Think about the fact that if it doesn't work, it's a lesson and now you can start again. You can look at it and say all right well I. Put too much black pepper this time now. I'm going to try this other ingredient until you get a formula recipe that works for you and so thinking of it from that perspective makes it a little, less scary. Who isn't that way? You don't have to completely change everything right if. If. The black pepper didn't work for you. The answer is not hiking into the middle of the mountains somewhere with a camp stove, and thinking that your entire idea of how to cook that recipe in the first place must be wrong. It might just be black pepper, but you won't know if it's just a black pepper or not, until you have reevaluated the way that you approach the tweaks to the recipe if you start from scratch on this. This giant recipe and spend hours and hours and hours or days following this recipe by somebody else who we've worked, great them and comes out of the oven, and you know sure it looks good, but then you try, and you don't like it. The instinct for a lot of us has to have the opinion that Oh, well. This was just a big waste of time, but what about that little, extra black pepper? Maybe that will change it. And as soon as you start getting into those micro experiments, it's not that your oven is bad or your cooking methods batter. You need to go, you know become a claim chef and go through an entire cooking school in order to meet this particular recipe. Right is what is right for you. What is right your circumstances and just pushing for it in small baby steps and And running those experiments that will then teach you in the best possible way which micro pivots to take in which my pivot to sort of throw away and learn the lessons from, and the combination of all of this fits over long periods of time is what moves us for our own personal journey, and I like the fact that we don't need to reinvent the wheel it's. It's very unlikely that one of us have thought of something so unique that nobody else in the universe has thought of it. If you're thinking it, there's somebody out there. That probably has and the main difference then is have they acted on it? They experimented of. They tried something with it. You can be thinking it, but if you don't take any action than it serves no. No purpose in terms of achieving whatever goal you've set out to achieve, and so I wanted to talk a little bit about some of the common things that people are concerned about when it comes to pivoting, how do we link a specific pivot to an overall strategic vision? I think that's a great question. It's funny because I also tend to think of things in terms of. Factor ingredients other people's opinions are ingredients. You're taking this set of ingredients that we were talking about and sort of smashing them together in a new a new recipe to see if it's you know new and exciting, or if we learn, it's a bad idea to sort of baked cookies with Cornstarch, instead of baking soda, or or whatever right and so like linking that specific pivot to your overall vision. I feel it's the same analogy..

small baby
"small baby" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"small baby" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Summer in Brazil and then you take a plane for seventeen hours and then you take a long boat for another sixty seven hours to get to the rainforest itself okay I can see where no one there is getting it but Myanmar's you can travel in near there it's not it's not it's it's it's that it's near that area so people are getting sick on tight you know what I'm not feeling well what is this yeah we just got rid of the internet tip would be fine apparently no one's getting sick then I would say there you go it is thirty six things with tiff this morning which is a horrible thing to call this we really need to focus a segment more it's either three things one or a little too sick to three but it's more like three point five yeah you know like two and a half like when you go out with your family you have a small baby I still got a ghosts and stuff we talk about the test battery runs as what this is called by other stories besides the usual stuff there so now you've got way more information than you need to make a a discussion at the water cooler something uncomfortable possibly when you're at the gas pump for a clean waiting in line at cheesecake factory absolutely or get yourself a Segway which is all that all I've solved all this morning thanks to if she's at the tiff potter on Instagram we've got news in six minutes and Denise Driehaus stands by to give her weekly dress will have it for you live on the big one ancient Egypt for sixty six year the second better known as Ramses the great well grand city winds nearly one hundred concubines and father one hundred three sons and daughters however he was not able to listen to the show so great was the bill Cunningham the way to make your day great today at twelve noon on seven hundred WLW if you need.

Brazil Myanmar small baby Denise Driehaus Egypt Ramses bill Cunningham
"small baby" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"small baby" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

"So apart from just this issue of how hungry we feel and satisfying that hunger, can you talk just a little bit about how we need to eat in order to optimize our performance on in other words are. The performance in this kind of long duration sports is that kind of a before during after kind of scenario. Is it really hard or is it not that complicated? You know it's not really that complicated. We've been again. The sports nutrition industry has really given us this trickle down information from the professional athletes who need to be very on top of all. They're fueling and refueling, and you know what for the most part for. Mere mortals like us. WHO Even if you're training for a marathon, let's say. The majority of the time, we just need to eat our next scheduled meal and maybe add a little bit of extra food. If you've really put on like generally when you're training for a marathon, you have one day a week. That's a very long like our long slow distance runner the the endurance part of the training. On that day you may want to add some extra food, but for the most part it's. It really comes down to not not worrying about it too too much and. One thing that I can. Actually focusing on though is for these long slow runs for these endurance efforts that we're talking about here, popping those gels, those really sugary treats and running with the the jelly beans, and the Gumy's in the gels and everything and focusing on having those all the time can actually have can contribute to this problem that we're talking about can really spark the appetite and send you on that roller coaster ride of high blood, sugar, local trigger, high blood, sugar, low sugar, which doesn't necessarily stop when you've finished that run, it'll continue throughout the day. So we have to remember that when we're doing. These slower efforts were not actually needing as much carbohydrate to begin with, and then piling that extra carbohydrates in to our into our system on top of that does set us up for some some hunger later on in the day, and and that roller coaster ride of the high and low blood sugar, so I would suggest is for those. Those kinds of long efforts to not concentrate on getting a whole bunch of carbohydrate in, but just eat as you normally would, and maybe if you know, you're going to get hungry during the rotten, if it's long enough duration that you're going to potentially run out of fuel, which is a whole different aspect, we call it bonking and that's not just feeling hungry. That is a total shutdown. If, you are thinking that you're going to be hungry. During the runner you know from previous experience taking some real food with you can actually be just fine and a and a lot more satisfying like things like a handful of nuts or a banana or I know people who've cooked small baby potatoes and put them in a little Sim locking. Carry them along with them. There's a number of real food choices that you can take on these kinds of runs, and by eating that normal type food. We don't set ourselves up for that extra hunger later on in the day you do from the ultra refined sugary goop kind of stuff that that a lot of people take on their runs. That's interesting distinction that you draw between feeling a little hungry during your run and technically bonking I think a lot of us think that if we're starting to feel hungry, we are on the verge of. Athletic failure and it sounds like at like does feeling a little bit hungry impair performances at possible just to kind of decide..

Gumy small baby
"small baby" Discussed on Home Space and Reason

Home Space and Reason

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"small baby" Discussed on Home Space and Reason

"Yourself do. I have immediate storage for paper. Do I have deep storage for paper? Maybe it's digital and that's great so long as you have some organization to that digital world question number seven. Do I have an appointment? Set up weekly or monthly for myself to keep my office straightened. If you don't add it last question number eight. Do I have some kind of air? Freshener sent in my home. Office to help my mood. This is an immediate gratification. Kind of thing. You'll immediately notice a difference so let's chat about your smart home device. It can help you set. Appointments Book. Reoccurring Appointments Make to do lists setup calls or even define words and look up synonyms. If you have a call coming up your digital assistant can remind you if you think of something important to do while you're in the midst of another task. Just ask your smart device to remind you of it in a few hours that way you can forget about it go back to your original task and complete it. Did you know you can also automate the interval that your Air Wick and glade fragrances? Switch on Yup. You can pick great sense to help you create just the right ambiance. Everything is connected everything so everything is worth slowly considering how you spend your minutes at home adds up two hours and days and months and a lifetime so care about the quality of your minutes care about the space. You spend those minutes in and listen to your heart's desires. Your Home Office can feel good. It can look good. It can function well take small baby steps and continue tweaking it until it works for you and the way your brain functions if you happen to know someone in the market to buy or sell a home in the Greater Metro Portland Oregon area. Kindly send them my way. The finest compliment I could ever receive. Is the confidence of your referral. Are there things about your bathroom? That make you crazy. Listened to episode twenty two and out with me on all things. Bathroom related pet PEEVES A- potential remodel staging a bathroom when selling and new technology available for bathrooms. If you haven't yet right a review because lets others know this is a podcast worth listening to. Thanks for sitting in on this conversation about creating a Home Office that thrives on me to back here for the next episode..

Air Wick small baby Oregon
"small baby" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"small baby" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Us out of range of size of the room so you know this is a big size he has a big size was that's because he that is G. Damian dots and seventeen points for the next they shot just forty one percent for the night Marcus Morris hi man with twenty the next out twelve and thirty three the nets were off bellows the Lakers tonight will have that game here on the fan starting at seven forty five also in the NBA's eye on Williams and the number one draft pick finally made his and it NBA debut as a New Orleans pelicans and he scored twenty two points seventeen of them coming in the fourth quarter when he won a chair for a four from beyond the three point line but the pelicans came up short to San Antonio one twenty one to one seventeen we'll check college basketball next W. F. A. N. twenty twenty sports sponsored by tri state Mercedes dealers thank you things you haven't seen nothing yet I'm all small baby even those the project talking about sports life coach you guys are doing I just want to get into good compensation Kobe Bryant right wing waiting when I over radio dot com in all major podcast platform stays when running a business H. R. issues can kill you wrongful termination suit minimum wage requirements labor regulations and HR manager salaries are not too cheap there seventy thousand.

Marcus Morris Lakers NBA Williams San Antonio basketball small baby Kobe Bryant G. Damian New Orleans W. F. A. Mercedes HR manager
"small baby" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

11:38 min | 1 year ago

"small baby" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Parts and before I knew it an employee was offering to install the wiper blades on my car I got to stay out of the snow for a moment and I still made it to work on time keeping things you haven't seen nothing yet I'm all small baby Jack talking about fourth life coach you guys are doing I just want to get into good compensation the wing waiting when I over the radio dot com in all major podcast platform stays welcome back to sports view next topic is it really all about power makes me think a progressive name your price tool give you the power to find options based on your budget let's go to Chuck for in a row the analogy may back in the day people in that's how many are deserving the quake they just took the oranges they didn't say on a six seven twelve fifty whatever it was all Regis you get me we get your Jack in a word oranges into a straight with the progressive name your price tool progressive casualty insurance company and the construction company limited by state law JJ after dark coming up at two so we got a little over an hour here eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six Brad is in the Bronx was a brat David what's up no you're Brad I'm sell what's a brand new one of the reasons pointed at the Astros the I don't think only the headers cheated by film signs I think even the pitcher stated as struggle over breeze point of the Israel when the Indians player that pedestrians well I wouldn't put it past him now we don't have any evidence there but something to me clearly was awkward verlin ruled that he was washed up before we went there and he yeah bill maybe came down and then you can go away I'll do it Charlie Morton or I didn't get a call well I mean Gerrit Cole was never as great as he was with the Astros he was good with the parents are I think our call and don't think is enough you can expect well me and exposure thanks what what do you think that's gonna happen we could go cold never go the only reason why is because because he cheated with extra hold you think it would go Nelson Carrabelle system that has been filled with spin rates one of the above normally high right the condition right the ones that means the one where they put some on the ball and I don't I'm confused as well now I'm not yeah I don't lose the rover will you find now I don't think that's gonna be the case again or call they give Gerrit Cole is not as dominant as the walls with the Astros is not because of that I I I I don't really believe that they wore cheating I mean I'd so I'll tell you though it does it does make it does make the antenna go up and they still call Brad it does make the antenna go up when you have a huge scandal with the offense clearly stealing signs and when you have all these guys go there and get better while they're there now the actual say walls hard work it's smart it's the analytics it's all that well I I don't I don't know when this early buying that I don't think though Gary goals she driving Gerrit Cole be a dominant pitcher here the show that potential one of the pirates as I use a scrawl band went there I think whirlwind or a bigger issue because verlin was at the end to me he was gone done with the tires are you Watson you remember it here you will get your show himself build washed up he goes on to have you know World Series winning years cy young I mean you guys have been is dominance can be Gerrit Cole with Pittsburgh first you're not bad three point two we are a second year not bad three point six five you all right thirty year was an all star two point six zero two point six zero we are a many had a bad year in two thousand sixteen or the R. A. was three point eight eight seven and ten on the year only two hundred sixteen innings and then two thousand and seventeen your it was four point two six so Cole showed potential early on in his career and he had a terrific year in two thousand and fifteen nineteen eighty two point six we are a three two hundred eight innings that year was his best year with Pittsburgh by far but then after that he was not very good and then went to the Astros in became Dominic I still believe I Justin Cole founded I do think there was something of the Astros held being smarter than a lot of others I I just can't say all so now they're all cheaters what I will say that one viral lander did it and you know some others followed lesser name guys followed who the guy that used to be a mat I'm forgetting his name that went there will allow god the guy who talk trash with the with the Yankees in the subway series it was it like a scrawled anyone there and had success for a little bit bullpen guy now I forget his name but you know I'm sorry but they had guys that went there that you member that comment producer please he says I'm going to take out the trash on the subway series I was a decent pitcher all comic you column accuse the guns are about call me he went there and had success thank goodness a came to mail to drive myself nuts Gordon is in moral was up Gordon okay how you doing today good gore now you but they are not too bad in Mount Vernon just wanted to talk talk about their the Mets candle awkward to firing see you there the link has been made between obviously we know the connection between our of Brody and and hitch but the anybody think that probably Brody was aware of this cheating scandal and that's partially one of the reasons why they hired your best friend because they thought that that would give them that edge well that best friend brought I don't think she hot look first of all I do think he knew about it because of his friendship with AJ I don't think that you could argue that Brody knew nothing about it AG age never mention one word about some of the ability that Beltran had to read pagers and then they turn that into a big scheme with core you can't tell me that maybe wasn't saying exactly how they were doing it but you can't tell me that Brody had no idea about some of the operation that that they were running secondly and that's my point because I I hear a lot of comments and and things of that everybody saying well you know how can the axles question I think they were well aware and they just probably for the the whole which we're going to be blown over and that's why the delay either the only issue and now they have to come up with kind of a joint statement you know the part where you bought the you know at the end of the day I think they were fully aware of what bell trend did in the past is any body is aware of it Brody bandwagon and should be aware of it he he was right well exactly he was an agent always very in tune with all these players he was best buddies with AJ hands he's the one who interviewed Beltran he wanted bill trying to be the manager told me didn't really know anything about it come on I I look at the road is a bad GM I only use that stupid I I I'm just not buying it there's no way you could convince me that he knew he didn't want to know by the way one of the reasons he didn't want to cause any we want to pretend that he didn't know one of the reasons they hired builds on one of the selling points was exactly his ability to read pictures and the still signs and all those little things what to look for tipping pitches in all and all that stuff which could help his own guys out and also obviously you know on time as on pitchers help them not tip stuff and also help his offense out as well the definitely come mine of course get an idea I think will fully where just one thoughtful touch on one thing awful some images come up with the lawn care west and I think it's kind of you know the whole issue of mental health and you know some of the issues that these athletes are going to I know they make it also found some amount of money but obviously I think this whole you know issue that has surfaced recently with a lot of these athletes grander Demento elves data come about is is really something that the league you know really have to address well look for those who don't know we'll Gordon's talking about there was a video or maybe multiple video circulating on social media that's all on day was former NBA player was now is he homeless and he was in the street getting beaten up in the middle street way yeah I don't I don't know the whole day I thought I remember reading maybe a couple years ago that he was the all day was was almost info on some hard times but in this video is getting beaten up and you're saying that the idea of people posting this I mean that's unfortunate is the world that we live in I don't know enough about the lawn day was situation I know about the mental health but I mean what are you saying warden and should not be made public this video should be made public but I think just the awareness you know I I I think sometimes we we make fun of features like there but you know obviously there's something it'll severely wrong here and you know hopefully the league's obviously you know should put some type of contingency plan in place you know that can support some of these athletes when they fall into these type of situations yeah I I don't I mean look at the video stuff Italian prevent that I mean that's you know that's part that's a part of the problem and thanks for the call ward how useful to prevent that from leaking if your driving in nowadays somebody driving on the road they see something like that these guys were literally fighting in the middle of the highway traffic was stopped because of it and along the west was getting his face kicked yet so I'm assuming the guy who did it is going to be arrested here that it was it was bad I don't know enough about his situation or the mental health troubles that he has see for more tell his former coach going out there and tweeting about saying that they need to help the lawn day he's looking forward well we're gonna try to help Dante west you mail now Jimmy on job mir Nelson his former teammate is you know the new tweeted as well or Instagram something out there as well saying they need to help the want they was no look west is obviously in a bad way here so clearly he needs help but I don't know what led him to this I don't know you know how to prevent it but it said that I also don't know how you would stop the videos from coming out like I said somebody sees that they're gonna video is gonna go on social media is gonna go viral it's sad but that's the reality unfortunately the world I mean so you could tell you can tell everybody not to do it most people would have a conscience and not do it but in this.

small baby Jack
"small baby" Discussed on Home Space and Reason

Home Space and Reason

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"small baby" Discussed on Home Space and Reason

"You value quality time with your family make dinner sacred red no. TV radio phones. Or other distractions. I value and what you have to say. I want to hear about your day. Let's go around the table and tell each other the best and worst thing that happened to each of us today also on that list is relaxation. Even if only four half hour this this is essential to being a productive human. Give yourself the gift of shutting off everything so your mind can quite literally have peace zero information going into it silence. Even if it's for ten minutes is so valuable lunch who Who can you invite over that? You haven't seen in a long time. Send them a text right now and get it on the calendar exercise your your body deserves the gift of exercise the ability to move and stretch and feel alive. Your body should feel good and if it it doesn't turn I exercise and more water before medications. See what a difference you can make an honoring your body by moving it. More exercise is a gift to you from you prayer. Do you have a spiritual practice. No matter if you follow organized religion or not you can have a spiritual practice that clears your mind and gives you clarity and peace. Have you allowed yourself. A spot fought for this in your home a floor pillow or a Yoga Mat. Whatever you need to honor this piece of you give it thought and see if you can create a more defined space for this in your home and in your schedule you think about this list in context to your own in house now that you have imagined how they could play out in your own home? What are you going to start on first? How will you hold yourself accountable all to getting it done? Small baby steps are still steps. Take steps a day or ten steps a day day in the direction toward completing a great space for gathering so your values are reflected in your home if you wanna spend more time time with people that you love if you want more quality time but you aren't setting your spaces up to do that to support that it won't happen create create the spaces you desire so you can gather more easily and linger longer. I consult with builders if you are working on a a project whether residential or commercial and you're interested in getting the most out of every square foot reach out and props. We can work together. I'd love to hear from you. Send me an email at Christina with a K.. At space and reason dot com. Did you know you can hire me no matter where you live. If you're really stuck on what to do with one particular space in your home I have consultations now open via facetime check out my website. Space and reason dot com. Tom and click on the link. Imagine if you happen to live in the Greater Metro Portland Oregon area. And you'd like to hire me as your home coach or is your realtor reach out to meet through social media or my website space and reason dot com. Don't forget to rate this podcast. So what will rank higher and more people can give every space a reason. Thanks for sitting in on this conversation about creating a home that thrives and the privilege of your time. I'll meet you back here for the next episode..

Christina Tom facetime Small baby Oregon
"small baby" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

09:21 min | 2 years ago

"small baby" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"That if they're classified there you go let's just flip and flop and flail like James Comey has it's amazing to me that you know knowing that this is basically a small baby appetizer of what's about to come and call me is involvement in yeah Rick domestication Hillary but more importantly his role in and premeditated fraud on a FISA court to obtain a warrant and a back door to spy on a presidential candidate because he save the other candidate he and his cohorts when there was obvious crimes one right after the other and you know look at what the IG reports here what do what he did Michael Horowitz is saying in this report he failed to live up to his responsibilities and that it's absolutely dangerous what he is done and by not safeguarding sensitive information obtained during the course of his FBI employment and by using it to create public pressure for official action call me set a dangerous example for over thirty five thousand current MP I employees of many thousands of others who similarly have access or knowledge of these events that were also by the way following the story as it relates to his cohort Andrew McCabe we expect we have a couple people now saying that the they expect an announcement call me friend this guy what does the band widths is saying that he expects McCabe to be indicted any day now and he's not the only one out there saying it the former acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker is predicted McCabe's a indictment here but the the inspector general's report remember this is very very narrow this has to do with the documents his interactions with president trump president elect trump any lies to president trump as we've been telling you in the trump tower meeting insulations but it's unverified now that may come back to be very damning to himself because of the bulk of the information in the pies application that he signed in October was unverified but just salacious and that's the information they presented to the court he is by admission this where I think Rudy Giuliani got it right by admission saying that he committed perjury and a fraud premeditated fraud on FISA court judges for the purpose of getting this warrant that allow them to spite of the trump campaign transition and then presidency you know for all the talk about he thinks he's so vindicated today's delusion all you know it gives a laundry list I can go on and on he didn't seek authorization from the F. B. I. as it is required before providing memos to his attorneys or giving it to his friend rich middle later became as an attorney to the reporters to leak the information it is C. get B. I. authorization as he should have followed they concluded in the report that Colby's retention handling and dissemination of certain memos violated department of F. B. I. policies at B. I. employment agreement call me told the office of inspector general leader notify anybody at the FBI that he's going to share these memos yeah that that's that would be leaking memos that's a problem and accordingly and those memos never should have been with him anyway these are all issues that involve the proper handling of top secret classified materials any didn't handle those things the right way and all I can say is you know for all the people he's lying to the FBI showed a lack of candor he purposely didn't tell the agents the truth about what he did with the memos well there are people up to this point that have been charged with all these things I can spend another hour going through all the things that the inspector general I've got let's see six solid pages of everything they claim he did wrong and many of them would be a violation of the law now do I think guiliani is right by saying that yeah okay might beat the rap on the small stuff in the leaking and taking classified information home and giving it to people and sharing it with people which is illegal and not telling the FBI not seeking the permission of the F. B. I. as he should have I just don't see how the O. J. prosecutors can avoid now indicting him and this will be now the big report this is when the one we're really waiting for out and that is perjury premeditated fraud on the FISA court you know the leaking can be more on the ethical that illegal as Julie Anne said but the lot lying about the steel dot CA in verifying it or saying it's verified and it's on verifiable well that's fraud that's perjury that's premeditated fraud on the court and I don't know a single judge that or we would accept that type of behavior you know this this violates everything that is straight up perjury and as Julie Anne pointed out that call me lied you straight out lied just like you straight out lie to the president of the United States and then president elect now he didn't know that the steel dossier was a forty piece of junk well that's not true he did know he was warned on numerous occasions so what's his answer to that I don't I don't see any legal loophole available to him when the files a report comes out from the inspector general anyway joining us now Jonathan Gillam former FBI agent himself Daniel McLaughlin attorney constitutional expert if you all will start with you Danielle great to have you back if I Sean Hannity if I am warned repeatedly by numerous people that is something I'm putting in an application which represents the bulk of the application to spy on an American citizen the night at citizen their constitutional rights that also would give them a back door into a campaign if I sign a warrant I'm verifying everything in that Warren is true when in fact we now know on the other side of it that it was not only unverifiable but the FBI themselves when they finally got around to vetting the dirty dossier they determined that ninety plus percent of it was not true that should have been done before they used it in their applications is that true I mean you're not yes they make an application when the magnification I've you're fine and then make a sworn statement of course everything and the application is true and correct there is a difference though and the fact that this was included in a broad application and was very clearly demarcated by a page long slow down that's not listen let's go back to what we know now as of now we know the bulk of information in the four fights applications the bulk of it was the unverifiable dossier paid for right we got that because we know we do know that because we have numerous congressional committees I'm I'll quote them to you with a new Nasser without committee house Intel committee and then we have the Grassley Graham memo in the grass the Gramm Memel do you use these words that the bulk of them for me used in the five applications was there Clinton Boughton bake paid for dirty Russian dossier we we have not seen dollars fries the okay but the way they did and I don't think Grassley and Graham would go out there and lied to the American people knowing that we're going to see them eventually so the bulk of information new we have numerous independent sources saying the bulk of that application was the bought and paid for Russian dossier that we now know was on verifiable but he went and presented it before the court and signed his name on it and and verify that it's true he told the court it is all true thanks it clear that was not verified because it was an external source with external intelligence number one number two it was three find the renewals that were granted on the basis of the intelligence that was gained on the stairs you don't go back three times and get your find the re re out you don't get more a collection of information unless you've shown that you have actually actionable intelligence from the safest so the point here is he did not go out and verify it in and you say I grew the was not entirely verifiable but the three fox final four in the application which we can different judges by the whites they will show that what they were collecting from Papa don't don't Papa doc lest we useful intelligence is original and you you you can just minimize it if the bulk of the application was the dirty dossier those are the words now beyond the regulations by the way you can it's also can be a felony if you can seal relevant information and deceive a FISA court I have dozens statute cropping hang on make it a crime to perpetrate a fraud on the court including the deprivation of rights eighteen U. S. C. two forty two perjury eighteen U. S. C. sixteen twenty one and twenty three and false statements eighteen U. S. C. one thousand one and also several obstruction of justice applications would probably fit in this case as well and fraud statutes would be applicable here and you know all right eight hundred nine four one Shawn toll free telephone number you want to be a part of the program quick break right back we'll continue your on the strong she over twenty million listeners everyday radio stations cities talk dot com because you deserve the.

James Comey small baby
"small baby" Discussed on The SpiritBros Podcast

The SpiritBros Podcast

14:51 min | 2 years ago

"small baby" Discussed on The SpiritBros Podcast

"Best, you know, prepare yourself be a better human being helped the next men and just find your purpose, and it's going to be on the international scale, and it's going to be massive. There's no question. Scott. The Scotty special question was, it was about the gut. That was the Scotty question ready for an enlightening round. All right. So let's say you're, you're getting ready for an amazing day at work. What's the drink in your hand in the morning, get things started? Water water. What's something that few people know about you? I used to stutter a lot when I was a kid and funny enough on now a public speaker enemies edition. What helped what helped to that? What's the? Kind of unblocked in my mind over time, I had so much to say that I was always trying to talk, but until H I seven or so I was I was stuttering a lot. So I'm glad that I kind of be wired myself over time, also mazing that you're a hip hop artist, too, because that's, that's something you need lyrical talent. Yeah. I know it's messed up. But I'm, I'm glad but I understood why I was while I was stuttering and you know, it's no disrespect to my to my to my parents or anything, you know, I love him. And all even if they were not really there like growing up. But I like I used to yell a lot as a as a kid as a baby. Like a really small baby. So when ever they had to like, walk me, like in public. I was yelling so much that they would put like plasters on on, on my mouth. So like when I was trying to yell I was like, you know, like a kid. So everybody does their thing and they make their mistakes. And the most beautiful thing, though, was when my mom explained it to me and said, I made a mistake, I was young, I didn't know you know, but she approached it in a very honest way. And I think for that I was mad on the moment that I learned that, but then I have learned to forgive because it's through that, that got me to be so outspoken, and I want to speak. You know, it's that little like little conditioning. When I was a baby that even know what's going on. I was trying to say stuff, and I'm saying to, you know, so now I'm glad man. I'm glad that this happened and I have nothing but love for my mom. I have nothing but love for my dad, but some, you know, sometimes there's things that they do. On the one thing we because they just don't know better. Yeah. They were so young when the ad me, you know. Yeah. So, yeah. Yeah. That's, that's I think that's what you're seeing absolutely right. Like as parents, you're, you're, you know, you're gonna make a mistake. Absolutely in something, you're gonna do say he's going to fuck up your kid in some way. And what I love is that your, your mom brought it up because I don't think everybody's able to what their kids to be able to say you know what I I made a huge mistake there. And you know telling you like today I have nothing but love. And that's all the dust in the win it, it was part of my progression to be who I am today, and I think them for that. So if I would have felt resentment for the rest of my life, it would be brought upon me. How would be the ones suffering? All right. So the categories it could be whatever you're into now, maybe an all time favorite or maybe it's a pass. So a book. I will say the art of war. Okay. Let's say a movie. American history, x a TV show. I don't watch. I.

Scotty small baby Scott
"small baby" Discussed on DirtCast

DirtCast

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"small baby" Discussed on DirtCast

"Yeah. So it was he pled guilty to racketeering conspiracy and firearms charges also for someone who was so fucking toughen his music and always talking about how he's a blood and shit. He snitched so fast. I mean. Oh, well, he gave up so many names that I'm just like what I don't like you really looks you, sir. One thing I need it. One thing that our live show guest. Austin? I were talking about backstage at our live show was how he was a the sandwich guy at our neighborhood Bodega. Oh, so it was a very quick rise. And fall just up and then happened to nicer person, I've one additional item that is not on this list that I just remembered as we were talking, and it is Andy Cohen is daddy. Now, he had his Phebe has bay bay Benjamin Benjamin named after his father's grandfather one of those. It's a boy. Yeah. We knew that yet. Every single housewife posted the exact same pictures and the small baby I'm glad that the pictures are not like the press Hilton ones. Yes. I never going. I know, but just that fear is always there. No one who's friends with Anderson Cooper, whatever do. I just again, the fear was always there, and I'm just happy that it didn't happen. Yeah. I I like his the live show yesterday must've been pretaped the live show on Sunday tapes because I'm like how on earth. Did you do all this? I mean, how does she do it? Yeah. I guess he probably like they probably knew when the the child was being born. Right. So congratulations to to Papa co at Papa Cohen. I that child will want for nothing. Yeah. So I don't know what else to say about that. Yeah. Congratulations mazal as Andy would say mazal to you, Andy. And that's all she wrote..

Andy Cohen Anderson Cooper Benjamin Benjamin Papa Cohen racketeering Papa co small baby Austin
"small baby" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"small baby" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Ethic society. There's always the money pressures to keep costlo etcetera etcetera. So. Yeah. No. I could see that. Totally. Okay. You know, there's there's living breathing. Talking cognizant women that don't know they're pregnant, I had always amazes me two instances. They are overweight when you see those stories. Yeah. Yeah. If it was a small baby. They don't say how big it was or he was I guess and things like that too. And she was a large person or whatever. But yeah, no, we'll tell you. I can totally see it happening. The child. Yeah. Hang on just so the child is described as healthy and already at home. So leasing conclusion that at least it was near near a proper weight. Yeah. So the other thing I had wondered is it would it be another resident to which happens. Right. Talk about that. But it's the part. You know, really, it's the the the consent issue is the oh, yeah. Totally Zine party have that issue with elderly to can they give consent. They have a legal relationship. You know, two different residents. Can they are they in their right mind? So yeah, tricky I in I get an thanks very much for the call. I get that. I get that discussion about other generally when you're dealing with with elderly patients. You're you're not running into a pregnancy issue. But from a consent standpoint, if you have people that are in assisted living facility because of early onset, Alzheimer's, and those are legitimate things. So as your legitimate discussions. That frankly need to be battle with and maybe on a case by case basis. But in this instance, holy crap. So an accident. I don't know what the lawyers are gonna claim who the hell knows. She poked holes in the condoms. With involuntary facial motions. I don't know. But this guy sounds like you argue.

Alzheimer small baby
"small baby" Discussed on Digitally Sassy

Digitally Sassy

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"small baby" Discussed on Digitally Sassy

"Every day all the time it can be acute to your new habit. If you get what I mean. So that if you have something that you're doing routinely easily, and this is what you do. And let's say is making lunch for kids or something like that. Even every day, you get up and you're getting lunch for kids. You're sending them off to school. You say goodbye that is a routine. Everybody knows about that routine. And then add something to that. So at one of these new ones for your business on top of that. So once you send them out the door, you go and you sit at your desk, something like that. So having that cue of an existing habit. That is already well-formed well establish a help you integrate something new into that practice and make it easier, and again, keeping it small to sitting at your desk can get your long ways. So again, think small baby steps. On the habits as well. So you have your big vision. So in five years, what are you looking think big and five years now what you need to do this year as a step towards that five year goal? And then you're breaking that down into micro goals. So what are the baby steps that you need to do or the tasks that will help accomplish that? And then from there, you need those systems and processes when with that comes habits of practice that will help you continue to move that forward. And again, you'll be happier. You'll be balanced you'll be more productive. You feel yourself moving forward. And it's something that'll keep you healthy and be able to sustain thanks for longtime. And the nice thing about these systems in processes once you have them in place, and you do start growing, and you may bring team members into your business those systems and processes are in place for your business. So they can adopt those as well and keep the keep the engine running which is really really. Ah value rather than start having someone else spinning no spinning people. We just want, you know, methodically move through your day and keep that passionate alive. Be happy understand yourself understand. What's a barrier to you're doing things if a messy desk is a barrier. Looking around my desk, it needs some work. But if it's a barrier than cleared out if you need to have a note pad on your fridge to keep notes as you're going do that try to keep things as barrier-free and don't expect a giant new habit to be formed right away. They say habits in there's that twenty one day. And I was reading online are sorry. Can't remember where at this? But the that came from during the war from a surgeon who noticed that amputees would stop having that phantom pain in about twenty one days. And therefore they talked about neurologically that twenty one day for habit. There's different. Schools of thoughts now. But in my mind, small habits are easier to build on then giant big habits giant big habits will take longer than the twenty one days. They could take months months to ingrain as a habit of practice. Smaller ones might be easier to achieve and become more ingrained in you as part of your your daily routine, and who you are quicker. So again, take these micro goals, and then these small baby steps on habits and look for ways that you can really develop the systems and processes through that, and as I wrap this up, I just want to say that no that as you create these habits of practice as you begin to implement your systems that you're developing in the processes that you're going through to build things you get better. So do more of what you do if you're a blogger, right? More fear podcast, her cast Mars talk. Take more pictures 'cause.

small baby twenty one days twenty one day five years five year