18 Burst results for "Sorin"

"sorin" Discussed on Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly

Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly

01:42 min | 3 months ago

"sorin" Discussed on Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly

"Goddess was born into a Jewish working class family in 1929 and grew up in the garment district of Toronto. Both of his parents were politically active and were heavily involved in their respective unions. That early influence would one day steer goodis into the world of politics. He was always small for his age, so his main defense mechanism was a very quick wit. Another trait that would come in handy down the road. He was 25 years old when he and his friends formed the travelers in 1953. Sam Goldberg was a pal who had studied music in Paris and good as recruited Goldberg to manage the group. Goodness not only had a singing voice, he had personality, so his role was to act as MC and handled the between song ad libs to keep the audience amused. It was there he came to understand a little about humor and a lot about communication. As he learned to feel out an audience, observe their mood and see what grabbed their attention. Sam Goldberg's father had owned a printing shop and Sam had spent time as the production manager for a small advertising agency, so he knew that end of the business. Good as his half brother Al sorin was recruited to be the accountant, and Jerry got us assumed the role of frontman, just as he had in the travelers. Soon, goodis Goldberg Soren became a very busy advertising agency, and that success forced goods and Goldberg to say goodbye to the travelers and hello to the wild and woolly business of advertising..

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"sorin" Discussed on Merkaba Chakras

Merkaba Chakras

05:16 min | 11 months ago

"sorin" Discussed on Merkaba Chakras

"And i'm going to say that you cannot address this question in a holistic manner without mentioning about the incoming city with the food with a with a thoughts question the stress. You know if these are you know. It's good to get into the more advanced things but you've got to have the foundation. Afon basic stress management lifestyle. And as well. Because if you. I mean i an example. You know the body's just as an analogy. I like nice cars. I mean i can go without. But it's okay if you equate the body to incredible vehicle. Incredible machine and you and you keep pumping crap into that machine. It's annoying that machine is going to stop functioning even though it's gonna last while so you let me ask you this about about the the stuff that we pump into our machine. Our body so okay. Let's say somebody wants to just detox. The body of parasites. How can you detox. The body of parasites worm would come down. It'll be o r m w wormwood w. o. Warm would compound That's a wonderful combination of herbs that is excellent for that. And they can buy that at any what any store any supplemental on the internet on the something that they just eat or drink or is it a pill or liquid capsules and so that would that would detox the body with the Parasites but my favorite of the by is castor oil again asser oil on the skin on the skin. Okay actually you get after you take a bath rub castro from down to your wrists. Fronton bag always down your ankles. Brunton back put us west and suit is sleeping. You never five days. That is the greatest detox in the world. Works with lymphocytic system and everything else am the. There's so many other benefits. Just everybody's gonna be strolling bathing themselves after the or or like alva- castor oil out just a detox every day from from From any sort of like if they suspect that they were having some kind of parasites in their body or like a little surco ringworm. Well what if any if they spec an kind of toxicity in the body they're gonna be rubbing castro oil lotion on the body after they get out of the shower so like doing at night so that you don't have to feel that greasy nece all day. Yeah i just see say five nights a role and then once a week once a week. Okay at pacify nights okay. I'm gonna ask you one more thing. And and everybody go to their website for their courses because they go into detail about this stuff was just giving you some common things that i'm seeing that people were asking me to ask you. What spike fevers by. Fevers yeah spike. Fevers like i had i have..

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"sorin" Discussed on Merkaba Chakras

Merkaba Chakras

02:44 min | 11 months ago

"sorin" Discussed on Merkaba Chakras

"Your teeth where. He had a hard time eating. What about that is with that. Vitamin c is very thing. The other thing. I like to do instead of flaws ing stimulants. It's a it's a balsam rotate toothpick coast dim. You dance doing this at least once. A day between all tea is excellent for strengthening. The gum stimulus dance Against yes okay mic day. Pretty soon i see it happening when it's down here. That's what people who have gum bleeding or issues. What about the and vitamin c vitamin c. I it happens to be the winner a lot of this. What about Vision problems vision in hearing. Sinus vision hearing Commune system to a large degree. That's an interesting. Yeah the immune system. We talked briefly. So is would be complex essentials a year or an equivalent youth formula vitamin c within. You could at msn. But you just take the form. Just give the benefit of she by mindy three asked exempting should downplayed a as designs the twenty milligrams but again Straight edge. It's a and then. Of course there's other things that i would add to that if you're if you the immune system needs more health more assistance. Vitamin k hey. Hey yeah now. Somebody is on guman or any kind of blood. Thinner in the vitamin k will actually will go against at madison. So we have to advise people on on okay versus the good relation. Which is what. I do in the emergency room. I still work emergency room by the way from time to time. Not as much as before. This bashes my life But i love the skill. I love that. I love to see what's out there. You know the other things that we haven't talked about is extra beta one. Three lucan beta one three The formula but it extra anywhere from five hundred to a thousand milligrams of that will actually boost the immune system. Remarkably and also it to the major problems one is probably with the retina. The other is cataracts If you start early using united states from it could be castor. Oil oil oil. Not drop each night as more doesn't matter what.

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"sorin" Discussed on Merkaba Chakras

Merkaba Chakras

04:47 min | 11 months ago

"sorin" Discussed on Merkaba Chakras

"But just to kind of summarize another big part of the whole whole ism is making sure that no just the food because deficient in nutrients in its world is backed the the idea and the concept you need certain basic supplementation. If you have certain problems you need other things more and then there's electromagnetic devices but not to forget that. Everything's a pattern. Physical is a pattern mental and param people who feel that they're locked in people who feel that they are you know they're in the place a lot of times they feel stuck to. Our job is not to fix anybody. Our job is to understand them so to speak right. Right yeah uh-huh right. Let me ask you something about food. what are your thoughts about processed food. I mean 'cause i exercise and i wanna get your opinion on. I do this exercise. I get processed because we eat processed food too. I get like like my son's baby. Food is prices cereals and stuff. I would smash it up and i would take a magnet and magnet. Hang it over. The smash party goes to see if there's any Ernie medals or debris in ed. That is not supposed to be there. And i was just thought away. Find something. But i i don't find it consistently in all of it so i mean what are your thoughts on processed food in general if it has anything. That's not a real food in a substitute in. Artificial is junk in other words in a grocery stores. I will not personally shop except in the outside aisles. The the vegetables the fruits the dairy the meats. etcetera if it's a plastic bag or paper container or even box a plastic jar or even a can. I don't eat it. I think it's been well. It's not good food. And i it all fast food restaurants junk they add monosodium glutamate make shantou to it. Yup it's addicting his damage to your brain. What does it do.

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"sorin" Discussed on Merkaba Chakras

Merkaba Chakras

03:53 min | 11 months ago

"sorin" Discussed on Merkaba Chakras

"Gamma ems so can can somebody like myself. Who just likes to get into gamma and higher frequencies just to connect to source and just as a daily routine drifts were flying site. It's available on our website okay. Okay yeah i wanna get more into that in a little bit as well. So let's let's let's back up a little bit and explain to people what is holistic medicine. Because they know regular medicine they can go and see the doctor at the clinic or the hospital but what is holistic medicine for mines is putting by mine and so together in other words to me a so in carnets foreign experience but we have a basic physical need to survive. You know. you've gotta have air water shelter nurturing kind of thing but we have things to do but at the so level we are in touch with god and the divine in what got left out of medicine. Three hundred years ago was the so and to me. It was psychology as well. But unfortunately i why did they leave out that element of spirit. That you've spirit out of medicine is no. Why would you make decisions like that. I think it was good any But interestingly i've never had any doubt that i am a spirit old. Yeah everybody knows that and So in in seventy two. I discovered technique co owner jerry training it had been around since nineteen twelve twenty. Six hundred references is on it. When i learned it but i suddenly start duties with my chronic pain patients. All of a sudden that took over it was so important and how i helped to heal patients that in nineteen seventy four went back to get a phd ecology. Woo at. I'm wanna say not a conventional Program with the program will saybrook. University is humanistic. Psychology humanistic psychology. Actually is is really related to being humid related to avenue spirit. It is the.

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"sorin" Discussed on Merkaba Chakras

Merkaba Chakras

02:27 min | 11 months ago

"sorin" Discussed on Merkaba Chakras

"Back up a little bit and explain to people what is holistic medicine. Because they know regular medicine they can go and see the doctor at the clinic or the hospital but what is holistic medicine for mines is putting by mine and so together in other words to me a so in carnets foreign experience but we have a basic physical need to survive. You know. you've gotta have air water shelter nurturing kind of thing but we have things to do but at the so level we are in touch with god and the divine in what got left out of medicine. Three hundred years ago was the so and to me. It was psychology as well. But unfortunately i why did they leave out that element of spirit. That you've spirit out of medicine is no. Why would you make decisions like that. I think it was good any But interestingly i've never had any doubt that i am a spirit old. Yeah everybody knows that and So in in seventy two. I discovered technique co owner jerry training it had been around since nineteen twelve twenty. Six hundred references is on it. When i learned it but i suddenly start duties with my chronic pain patients. All of a sudden that took over it was so important and how i helped to heal patients that in nineteen seventy four went back to get a phd ecology. Woo at. I'm wanna say not a conventional Program with the program will saybrook. University is humanistic. Psychology humanistic psychology. Actually is is really related to being humid related to avenue spirit. It is the the sacred if you will carter psychology As i i learned that i can take unto training in changing into all kinds of things are now we have sixty eight. Different mental exercises retraining the

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Defining Holistic Medicine and Its Benefits With Dr. Shealy and Dr. Sorin

Merkaba Chakras

02:28 min | 11 months ago

Defining Holistic Medicine and Its Benefits With Dr. Shealy and Dr. Sorin

"Back up a little bit and explain to people what is holistic medicine. Because they know regular medicine they can go and see the doctor at the clinic or the hospital but what is holistic medicine for mines is putting by mine and so together in other words to me a so in carnets foreign experience but we have a basic physical need to survive. You know. you've gotta have air water shelter nurturing kind of thing but we have things to do but at the so level we are in touch with god and the divine in what got left out of medicine. Three hundred years ago was the so and to me. It was psychology as well. But unfortunately i why did they leave out that element of spirit. That you've spirit out of medicine is no. Why would you make decisions like that. I think it was good any But interestingly i've never had any doubt that i am a spirit old. Yeah everybody knows that and So in in seventy two. I discovered technique co owner jerry training it had been around since nineteen twelve twenty. Six hundred references is on it. When i learned it but i suddenly start duties with my chronic pain patients. All of a sudden that took over it was so important and how i helped to heal patients that in nineteen seventy four went back to get a phd ecology. Woo at. I'm wanna say not a conventional Program with the program will saybrook. University is humanistic. Psychology humanistic psychology. Actually is is really related to being humid related to avenue spirit. It is the the sacred if you will carter psychology As i i learned that i can take unto training in changing into all kinds of things are now we have sixty eight. Different mental exercises retraining the

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"sorin" Discussed on Learn Italian with Lucrezia

Learn Italian with Lucrezia

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"sorin" Discussed on Learn Italian with Lucrezia

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"sorin" Discussed on Unequal Temperament

Unequal Temperament

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"sorin" Discussed on Unequal Temperament

"Him to correct you. I won the grammy for my first cd songs of orpheus. You've mentioned where on this stars can hear us which is my second cd which came out this year or last year but yes so i just wanted to correct you there. So that we're dealing sorin mentioned kareem. I know i would. I would urge your audience to check out. Both cds and i will keep urging them to do that before we go any further. One thing that we're doing on unequal temperament and i urge all the viewers to start doing this as well start looking into this. We're doing land acknowledgements and if you don't know the original inhabitants a Habitants of your land get the native land out it's free and you turn on notifications and it will tell you the tribes that were originally there wherever you stand in the united states so i would like to acknowledge that i am in rochester. New york on the unseeded territories of the hooda showed a confederacy. I would like to give them. Thanks for allowing us to be here and to live our lives while acknowledging. There's kareem where are you. I am in chicago illinois on the land of the pot academy kickapoo miami and peoria nations and i too would like to thank them and honor them for taking care of this place. That i've called. I grew up here. I moved away for a long time. But i'm calling from again. And they gave my parents. This place to take refuge from the war in lebanon so i have to thank them for that as well and i'm so thrilled that there's some kind of acknowledgement happening however little. It is with with native americans. Because what does it turns american history upside down from the way we've been taught and i think there's a long road people accepting this sort of built how we were founded but you cannot heal until you go through these these sort of Wounds and really look at them and see how to treat them best so in addition to the land acknowledgement on cheers to new administration. Kareem jars..

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"sorin" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"sorin" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Porch right. Now thank you. I'm devin this. It's been such a tough year for us all. Here's my question. Yeah who who got the turtleneck. How we is okay turtleneck to are you willing to spend anywhere between six and ten thousand dollars for an icon to an icon right. You obviously need to have a deep admiration. If not a hero worship or steve jobs to do it and yet and yet i can't help but imagine that he would hate this. Oh yes absolutely. Are you willing to be haunted. By the ghost of steve jobs like over the only had to spend a couple of bucks for my shohei ohtani card with a game worn jersey fragment in the corner like why do i have to spend thousands of dollars for an iphone man especially when you're just gonna cycle this one out if you've got ten thousand drop on this you're just gonna cycle this one out in a year anyway when they come out with a new phone. I still want to know where they got the turtleneck. and how it's well and this is clearly a limited run because not that many people are gonna buy it but is there are there ten turtlenecks. Was there closet. The auctioned off like what how turtleneck your fragment came. I'm not paying that top dollar. If it's like the smaller the thirty of these they may not even own the turtleneck. There may be a company that slicing the turtleneck and selling off different ways. I if there's anyone out there. Who's like i'm the person that finds this worth the money. Please let us now. Because first of all i applaud your bank account But i i also. I'm just very curious. Who's who is the target audience. They're g g much cheaper to game used shohei ohtani electoral next by one at the gap. All right let's check out the bill bag. Let's do it we got. We got some Some feedback from folks who live in denmark. Because yesterday we were talking about. Google search terms over twenty twenty and what ended up popping up in different markets. Soren who lives in denmark says just a quick note on the denmark top searches on google. You mentioned rob cooler kugler as being the top search overall. Actually it's just the top search results when the searches start with bed. Sta which means best as it. What's the best blah blah blah. Soren says so. We do like rahm kugler. But we're not crazy. It didn't totally top are overall less. The actual top overall term in denmark was also coronavirus but the sorting of the list differs depending on the country selected little confusing but love the show. Thank you sorin for gently correcting that. I i was just going through google trends and changing the country and i didn't notice that the top left which had been the top overall search on. I looked at to that point had moved to the second row. I went back and looked at it today. And i'm like if i've been paying attention. I don't speak danish. But i probably could have figured that out So thank you soar in for that but we got another e mail. That says rob kugler are delicious. said that you kind of wondered about the danish people just staying at home making run balls. Just want to say that. If you've ever tried one you would try to make it as well even though i always just buy them from the bakery. Imagine a ball of leftovers from other cakes and danishes mixed with rum essence enrolled in sprinkles. I mean what's not to like with a cup of coffee or cocoa. It's perfect for the dark. Nordic weather and in denmark..

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"sorin" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"sorin" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Porch right. Now thank you. I'm devin. It's been such a tough year for us all. Here's my question. Yeah who who got the turtleneck. How we is okay turtleneck to are you willing to spend anywhere between six and ten thousand dollars for an icon to an icon right. You obviously need to have a deep admiration. If not a hero worship steve jobs to do it and yet and yet i can't help but imagine that he would hate this. Oh yes absolutely. Are you willing to be haunted. By the ghost of steve jobs like over the only had to spend a couple of bucks for my shohei ohtani card with a game worn jersey fragment in the corner like why do i have to spend thousands of dollars for an iphone man especially when you're just gonna cycle this one out if you've got ten thousand drop on this you're just gonna cycle this one out in a year anyway when they come out with a new phone. I still want to know where they got the turtleneck. and how it's well and this is clearly a limited run because not that many people are gonna buy it but is there are there ten turtlenecks. Was there closet. The auctioned off like what how turtleneck your fragment came. I'm not paying that top dollar. If it's like the smaller the thirty of these they may not even own the turtleneck. There may be a company that slicing the turtleneck and selling off different ways. I if there's anyone out there. Who's like i'm the person that finds this worth the money. Please let us now. Because first of all i applaud your bank account But i i also. I'm just very curious. Who's who is the target audience. They're g g much cheaper to game used shohei ohtani electoral next by one at the gap. All right let's check out the bill bag. Let's do it we got. We got some Some feedback from folks who live in denmark. Because yesterday we were talking about. Google search terms over twenty twenty and what ended up popping up in different markets. Soren who lives in denmark says just a quick note on the denmark top searches on google. You mentioned rob cooler kugler as being the top search overall. Actually it's just the top search results when the searches start with bed. Sta which means best as it. What's the best blah blah blah. Soren says so. We do like rahm kugler. But we're not crazy. It didn't totally top are overall less. The actual top overall term in denmark was also coronavirus but the sorting of the list differs depending on the country selected little confusing but love the show. Thank you sorin for gently correcting that. I i was just going through google trends and changing the country and i didn't notice that the top left which had been the top overall search on. I looked at to that point had moved to the second row. I went back and looked at it today. And i'm like if i've been paying attention. I don't speak danish. But i probably could have figured that out So thank you soar in for that but we got another e mail. That says rob kugler are delicious. said that you kind of wondered about the danish people just staying at home making run balls. Just want to say that. If you've ever tried one you would try to make it as well even though i always just buy them from the bakery. Imagine a ball of leftovers from other cakes and danishes mixed with rum essence enrolled in sprinkles. I mean what's not to like with a cup of coffee or cocoa. It's perfect for the dark. Nordic weather and in denmark. We've only had one hour of sun in the first ten days of frank. I hear that well you eat those rumbles. Yeah no kidding..

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"sorin" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

ROADIUM RADIO

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"sorin" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

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"sorin" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

ROADIUM RADIO

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"sorin" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

"So well to that point I remember. I'd interview this would have been in. Thing Ninety eight I interviewed Mac ten and I asked him I said. You know at this point. You're putting now your thing would have been his third out. It was after based on a true story I. Think it was the recipe was coming out. And figured in water was coming out and I've gone to the said in seen the movie being made and all this other stuff and I just remember I asked him I said. You know at this point. Some of the artists that have been affiliated with Cuba had issues with him or left aim or talk trash. But you another have been with them. Now for several years longer than anybody else I said what was different about you or whatever, and he said look man I'm not ice. Cute. So when ice cube is getting money, they were thinking they should be begin the same money and they're doing their first show. Ice Cube Dog. You're not ice cube. You should not be getting the same money. Your record deals should not be the same he's ice cube. So he said Mac ten told me he said I looked at that like I'm GonNa Learn from this man and I'm gonNA use my opportunity to get in the door to try to better myself in open myself up to these opportunities. So then we saw who banging records we saw movie with digger him water we saw west connection you're that's Mac ten using his opportunity to get himself better to better himself in his situation and I think to what Tony saying like that's the key and some that I've always tried to learn from all the artists in the business people and personalities and everything that I admire. What are they doing right that I can follow through for myself I like that, and that's you know Mac ten wouldn't I had already had that mentality but when Mac ten said it Is. A whole different appreciation for him. And a whole different appreciation for the music industry and really business period and I think Mac shows that he's been. You know we sold millions of records as a solo artist. Was Connection. Moving success and he's done constant promotion he's been doing. Some Motor magazine. Martin. Do Yeah. And I'm like man I'm going to be going to pay like. On a roll quick, we're going to pick up right is who did this is like MAG ten. What? Time man exactly. But that's that's. The point in evolution of it is that Mac is now thrown shows emily won't even know. That me important. Good Bro and seemingly house whether we talk he won't say. He don't both Brat like. The coolest humble do man there's just a few days ahead like does like a couple of days that I just felt the super cool like no matter what Warren G. I mean it could be a dem eight point zero earthquake warranty. Hey, see I'm GonNa now this earthquake shaking Kinda Horman man I'm getting. Cool. You know just never right like you say you like him with the cooking shit like Griffin sniff was his sniffing Griffin's. Like people be into all kinds of shit man like Tony do shit like I got a car business on. My own I have my own dealership so I just want to get across. Across. Don't call me. Shit. But that's the thing I. think part of the reason that I loved rap and one of the early examples of this is my favorite rapper school d like he had his own record label, he did his own beats. Muslim is. But he has record label he drew. Our cover. Covers, you know he wrapped produced he did all of these different. Yeah. EXIT GUCCI TOM TO SHIT On the amount that's the ship there. But that's the thing like I looked at him and I was like, wait a minute. This dude has his own label. He's a rapper he's a producer. He's an artist drawing stuff I was like man, this was doing everything. This is amazing. Only thing he didn't really do scratch and that was code money and I was just like this is incredible and that just got me as A. Record came out I was ten. So like that just got me thinking like mindset already. So when I got into game as a writer, then I was like, Oh, I'm writing for a magazine. Let me try to write for newspapers. Oh. Let me try to write for TV. Oh, the to write books. Or let me try to do these other things. That I learned that rap like. The know and that that to me is one of the beauties of. What rap has done and you know pop culture in general is that it's really shown. A different layer of business to I think people such as myself reminded just said I'll just go get a job whereas now try to. Do. Lots of different things around what I love. You. We're going to say how? You still keeping them hoes. No No I'm GONNA see some. Are Done. On the spot right now. We go wait a minute. How much do We go. Okay next year Sorin. Yes. Because our record.

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"sorin" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"sorin" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Has donated $30,000 to help one of her young fans go to college. Swift found out about the 18 year olds go fund me Page online, where she was raising money to study math at the University of Warwick in England. Swift says she was inspired by the girls drive in dedication to pursue our dream and wished her good luck. Let's take a look at a stall on the 60. Hello, Sorin. I'm I'm here. I'm here. You have to turn on my microphone. No problem. Westbound side of the 60 In nearly moments before Mission Boulevard astound big rig is blocking the middle lane That's starting to load If you drive at Headley, and then once you're able to clear that further up ahead, there is a work zone that's causing problems. Trip starts to slow down again just after the 15th. Days. Busy through the work zone up into grove. Here, find the skies sponsored by injury. Attorney Superwoman super lawyer dot com Jeff boss in the six So fine, But don't feel bad, sir. We've all done that a couple of 100 times and we'll do it again. 605 is fine. Actually, I was a little concerned about a problem that we got word of North found around Woody or maybe some debris or something. But everybody seems to be moving, okay. If you turn west on the 60 now going towards the 7 10 East away, and then the East l A interchange was well, I just want to give you a heads up. We're doing so much work there. The freeway kind of looks different to you different shades of pavements. So just be careful driving along, But it's a It's a pretty good trip. No problems majored in an accident visit superwoman superlawyer dot com. Jeff are K. F I. And this guy can't find the sky helps get either faster. I'm soaring. Crump. Clayton Kershaw threw a very special strike against the Mariners.

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"sorin" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"sorin" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Podcast and in this episode. I'm very happy. Repeat to be speaking with Jason Sorensen's who is a political scientist who devised I and founded the Free State Project. Now many of you in this audience may already be familiar with the Free State project. I've spoken at a couple of Free State project related event sexually since founding the danger history podcast spoke at pork fest. I believe back in two thousand sixteen and then in twenty eighteen I spoke spoke at the Free Coast Festival in Portsmouth New Hampshire. So if you've heard of those episodes because I made podcast episodes out of my presentations at those two events then you've probably already heard of the Free State project decide from which you know if you're in. The General Libertarian. Ishmael you you've probably heard of it but you know maybe you haven't or maybe you've heard of it but you don't really know what it is so I'm actually speaking to the guy who dreamed up who devised it and founded it all the way back in two thousand one won and they've made incredible progress in many cool things have happened. You know that. Have Sprung out of the Free State projects since then so very cool if you're not familiar here with free state project the overall idea is that wouldn't it be great if you could concentrate the libertarian minded freedom loving individuals who are scattered all across the United States all the many many states and cities and areas. What if you could take a bunch of them and concentrate them In one location. especially if you could do it in a state that had a relatively low population to begin with so that the numbers of these people you know moving together gather would really have an impact and especially if you could do it in a state. That already was pretty libertarian. Leaning in a lot of ways and so ultimately they decided upon New Hampshire and thousands of people have already moved to New Hampshire is part of the Free State project and there were people who were already residents of New Hampshire. Who are you no sympathetic with the project as well and then there are thousands and thousands more who have taken the pledge to move there? So it's a really neat thing. New Hampshire is a really cool state. I've enjoyed all my visits there even though they have always been pretty brief. But it's the sort of place I would love to spend more time in and personally personally. I can't move to New Hampshire anytime in the foreseeable future. But I have to tell you if you know I was a younger single guy without as as much family things. And so on tying me down and I didn't have work and family things tie me to Florida for the foreseeable future. I would definitely be tempted to become a free stater and move up to New Hampshire. I would be very very tempted. It would be on my shortlist of places to go. Oh you know places to live in other than Florida for sure just a few quick announcements before I introduce Jason Sorin's I am also so currently working on a number of other history. PODCAST episodes both regular and bonus. And as well. I'm getting pretty close to recording. According as of this recording the next rise of the American Empire Lecture in my First Dangerous History lyceum course now this is going to be technically the second lecture but I call the First Lecture Lecture Zero because it was sort of the course introduction so anyway it's the second lecture but his lecture one and it's primarily really focused around how the United States all the way back in the early seventeen eighty s as it was getting its independence at the end. The revolutionary war was already eh embarking upon the path of imperialism by trying to grab up the region known as Trans Appalachia the region between the Appalachian in mountains in the Mississippi River where the Americans had virtually no boots on the ground at the time. And yet they're gonNA make a play for it and they're gonNA make a play for a while for Canada to of all things plot spoiler. They won't be successful with Canada but they will be successful with Trans Appalachia. But very few people know the dirty sorta details of how this came about your interest. You're listening to the Heartland News Radio Network Broadcasting Live twenty percent of headline headline news. Feed this stream is.

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"sorin" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

08:52 min | 2 years ago

"sorin" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

"It was right about that at least a little bit. He said it was way before you to look. I know flash right right so this is not the hamster dance. You're listening to this. Track here is not the hamster dance. This is the JIM leader battlefield from polk Amman Jordan Shield posed by coach no say and submitted by a listener that Nick Walker so this track. I think it's partly because it has very dance club esque vibe to it. That results people like liking it so much. It's been people have been talking about. This track is the standout for Polka my sword and shield and thus far I can kind of agree with that because it took a while for it to grow me but Ashley you know put down when I do get to the bottom. Do you're just stuck in your head now. That like you're you're you're expecting it to start. Expect ticketed do you know. It's funny the game itself has has been a good time. I'm glad it has been you know. There was a lot of you know. Social commentary controversy surrounding the game leading up to the release but thankfully the game's final product has proven to be a great time to play. Oy But one thing I love the joke about and I'm going to mention it because of this track is the gyms themselves so pokomo Sorin and she'll Nintendo decide game freak decided to change things up a bit now when you battle Pokomo. You're not in a gym urine stadium. So what happens is the beginning of the game. A group of individuals get brought together considered Jim challengers like so. It's not just random. Individuals decided to go they have to endorsements and stuff like a sport team would essentially allow to challenge The POK Mon gyms so at that point all these people now. It's only like eight of them. I think it wasn't a lot of people they are now going around the world to challenge the gyms in get the badges to go into the final major minor Lisa wherever now. Here's the RUB. These are stadium battles which included ceilings large up to contain dynamex in key contacts. POKOMO which for the record or frigging huge. So I don't know how how much money went into these stadiums but as another thing the money the month the the POKEMON money is Israel. There's some real money as a real polkadot. Getting spent their real dollars despite the big hit and if and they had me laughing way more than it should have is the fact that again I mentioned eight people. We don't know win. They're gonNA make their challenge runs. They just they're going to at some point so when a challenge to a gym the accuracy I of the gym challenge. It was like an old POKOMO game. Maybe something dumb like flick a bunch of switches to make water stop flowing right and by some traders on the way and then if you complete that challenge you go into the John Arena to do battle battle with the GYM leader Now when you walk out into the stadium. Stains are packed with people. Oh yeah and. They're all chanting earning they WANNA. Let's see some POK mon.. They WANNA see their favorite POK mon.. Here's the thing then. They WANNA see how long they been there. They've been there for now. You Gotta imagine imagine you got eight people of those eight maybe six to five five or six might get through. Jim Challenge Sheriff further the Gym Challenge. You get the more will drop off off because they are not beating Jim leaders. So you'll have cats sitting in the stadium like mallrats waiting for JIM leader. Maybe the challenge so you come and going through the challenges. There's nothing they can do man. So you're telling me you got a bunch of people watching on their cell phones. Yes for just get off the train and they all rush the stadium between the time you get off the train. Do The gym challenge. You don't know about Pokemon Polka journalism right there. There's there's people following you and you never they're writing about you the tweeting about you and as you know. He's coming to this gym. So you got. There's still you have people blitzing the stadium here in guest in time. Drop your battle battle. Believe work you leave you leave the funeral. You leave the birth of your son you go see some poke Amman. CV's battles what you do. I mean seriously variously look at a screen shot of pokomo folk Amman. Jim Leader Battle. Certain she'll look at how many people were in those stains and then ask yourself. How do they all know when to be there or they just sitting there all day hoping gym trainer gets through a challenge and shows up the battle me then the battle takes five minutes minutes maybe ten and then it's like okay? What do we do? We go home on because after you leave the next guy's right behind you next guy. It's got to be and then like the food at the. The stadium is really good. It's like hotdogs. I guess that is true. It could be like poke dogs. hokey pokey dogs. Oh no no come on. Are you eating or uranium any one of them just to all the Catholics. That new one that just came out with Shishkabob or frigging skew. Zucca on your eating pokomo. You're eating Sushi out of the auxiliary on the POKEMON. You're poking out your in Bogota as Nihilo for debate. Great Taro Steak Tartar. Steak or steak artillery tillery Sushi. Was it a my favorite fried wish. Cash Let's see here. We should do like a like a cookbook where it's like not just serving instructions but cooking the cooking directions. Like which ones do you put over fire. Which ones do you throw in a pot like a lobster like horrible? Oh well there's some this Clair's clouds clouds are closer for lobster literal blue lobster POKOMO. So what do you do with like psychic type. Do they know you're coming. Oh No not not not at them. They're not tuned to that level. Vegas Dan Parlor tricks. This is this this is the second is that someone in the chat says. This is the second chat in two two weeks. We're eating POKEMON has come up. Well that's it. Should I mean that's another thing. They changed this game. So poke Amman Jordan. She added a camping mechanic. And we're happens as you're out camping with your pokomo okay. And at the end of every poke camping sessions you typically wind up making curry so you add a budget ingredients to a pot stirrer dirt and then you serve it and you and your pokemon eat it. Oh I like that. But here's the problem. polka McGee are pokemon based on Dang near everything everything vegetables meat product animals in the real world. So when you see a dish that is literally stake in a bowl with potatoes and curry sauce. What Pogo meet composed of? It's gotta be a polk among because POK MON or everything. I think the real problem is they made POK Mon just too delicious they they are delicious. That's why people eat them. They they eat what they battle with in this craziest too good. It's the world of polka mind is is a very morbid and disturbing place. Admittedly I love the world of Pokomo. But it's disturbing between the polk index entries. The fact that you're eating the species of poke come on you're also simultaneously feeding to the Pokemon at the camp with you right now you can eat a zip strike a stake while hanging out with ZIP. Strike that the game doesn't I can't tell you that those those are the ingredients that right you know but you know you know. There's a Polka. Someone made this comment. What is the new strawberry Sundae Pokomo? Oh come on a short and show that is military and then it becomes Al Creamy Alchemy. It is literally a Pokemon that people talk about eating so you you do you volve that pokemon so that you could eat it later. Maybe maybe I'm sure. They do. Take an aged age youth battle battle at got a sweet shop on the Guy Battles using alchemies in mill series and other like edible Pokemon so swirl a cotton candy pok come on who then becomes a cotton puff pokemon edible slurp puff is edible swirl edible alchemy. Edible military military edible. Amish edible honest will be deliciousness salad what does sport he could this grass poison. But I still eat it. Well I mean that's I think think that's like A. That's just a defensive mechanism that is true but you don't get defensive when it's getting boil you can cook out the toxins. Oh Ed maybe that's what it is all right on to our next bonus round track on this is from a an after we listened to Sonics pinball. I wanted to find some the more kind of late era like genesis style music so this is from knuckles chaotic knuckles. Catholics was on which system again. That was the thirty two X so so the genesis sound hardware on this evening star the tot that the Hud Future Funk remix says remixed by Todd Featuring Alan g the on Guitar.

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"sorin" Discussed on The Black History Buff Podcast

The Black History Buff Podcast

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"sorin" Discussed on The Black History Buff Podcast

"Oh you for ad forgotten it didn't he the clock making rabbit hoping well no. I didn't so hey for your listening. Pleasure Asia is Adrian iridescence glide to build in a wooden clock warning. Do not listen to this if you are operating heavy heavy machinery driving or coming back to work after a heavy lunch break enjoy so you'd like to build a wooden clock that chick not quite sure with the a capable of it or not to mystic Saudi Thomas when the plans arrive arrive in the mile like I'm complete with written instructions shake showing the front view and the side view h. part in full sauce and a shade the only odds and spices. This shade is really the useful when you putting all the wheels together. I guess you could make the whole thing with Fran Sorin Sandpiper but a few till's really useful as for like a bandsaw and scrawl so and a good bench drill. That's awesome strike uh-huh and also a sanding pad. His last autumn is really useful. I use it all on of course a nice bit of bench. vises good take uncluttered clain and nate. I liked pat all the wheels. I stick stick to plans to the appropriate place afford with sprite hazing. Remember slow at accurate. That's what you you a set of Brad Point Pills Handy the drilling overhauls he really careful take it slowly guillem absolutely perfectly. I like to cut out the tape using using a band soul but some thirty years scrawl soul Montiel's pretty cheap and nasty semi scrawl Saurez accurate is gonNA be able to you've got the money for good quality tools but if you're like me and having a fanatic he can still Mike Tyson clock with shape mills. Just take it on when you cut out the tape. Leave a little on the end then mount the wheel on your vertical Santa and right tight for a perfect perfect circle. SANDING PADS can get clogged quickly particularly his sanding ploy. I use a yellow snape. Claremont pads. Bring them back to all my speaking. This is the sign pat is the dirty one just Shannon earlier today at all your internal shops with this girl so to get noise smooth teeth of adapted a small metal fall onto Moscow also potato on this wheel astrid cap but this fall attachment is really good advice roundly tooth designs.

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"sorin" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

10:17 min | 3 years ago

"sorin" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Here on seven twenty WGN. We are live in the AllState, skyline studio and here till five A M, and yeah. So we're talking about TV finale. We had some big ones this past week. And we're talking about the good ones the bad ones, which ones are great for you also going to have some Chicago Centric, old slang words that we're gonna talk about. And much more. Now, we were talking about how I met your mother before the break, and you guys want to jump in what were your favorites or least favorite, or most disappointing or best TV finale of all time following game of thrones. Here was just ended last night. So how is your mother anytime? Your mother fan. You speak to is likely still not over the bus finale proof that intended finale is always how you should stick, your landing tischler mother appeared in the final season, only to die soon after after years of will they won't they between Robin, and Ted and Barney on his lead. The narrator of the series, finally leaves his post of narrating the whole life story to his kids and goes to be with the woman he supposed to be with the move didn't make ton of cents and most viewers had given up on Ted and Robin reunion. The otherwise beloved series has almost universally despised finale. I watched that show from day one digit. Yeah. It was it was really like I send my Monday nights around how I met your mother, and it was a great show. There's a lot about it. But then last couple seasons were just really disappointing. And it's one of those things we just watch because it's on. Yeah on and you've been doing it for so long. Right. Eight four seven area code sends text about what about the Mary Tyler Moore series. Finale fantastic? Absolutely fantastic. The whole group hug where they all walk built their own. They're all hugging each other, and they're they wanna get some tissues because they're crying. And then they all move together. Yeah. And everybody gets let go except for except for. That was a great show man. That was a very Tullamore show. That's like that's like, you know that's classic TV. Yeah. I've talked about this before that Saturday night, lineup on, on CBS in the seventies was ridiculous, man. All in a row. It was all in the family. Mary Tyler Moore mash, and why am I blanking on the other one about Newhart? Yeah. And then Carol Burnett cabinet. That was that was the Saturday night that you see that they're doing a live on the family thing. I bear in Holtz. Great. Isn't it? Oh, yeah. There's, there's Harrelson is the. Woody Harrelson if I'm not mistaken is playing Archie. Jimmy Kimmel hosting and it's going to be doing all in the family and the jeffersons and Jamie, FOX is playing George Jefferson. A great choice. I think next week. Because it's may sweeps. Yeah. I think it's on it's on this sometime this week might be on Tuesday Wednesday. But I'll definitely watch that there's no question about it. Definitely watch it. I know a lot of people are like no leave it alone. But I would like to see that, you know, I happen to be a big Woody Harrelson fan, so. He's a weird guy. Yeah. I like him though. I mean I like it. He was great on cheers. And, you know, the other thing about that was that was a tough role for him to step into coach man coach is just the best coach was beautiful, and to come in, and try and replace coach was, you know, they went a different route. I mean, they didn't need needed dumb character because coach was dumb. You know, been plunked with too many too many baseballs. But so they said, they went to different route. But what do you Harrelson was great on that show? So see, here's John WGN. Hi, john. The Waltons to be us later. It was a syndication divisions. John, boy, who's played later on by accounting, rather Whiteman, was in New York, and he was a writer, and he was living apartment. And he had a roommate and, and sold any stories for a long time. So his landlord lady threw him out. So the Waltons were worried about him, and they send his brother Jason to get him in Jason came out him home. No, no, no, no. It was Aaron came to New York to let for them. And. Lady and. Well that bomb I throw him out of my brother. So anyway, case came. We got him and dot him home smiling and the bomber sisters. We're gonna have a party and they were inside everybody knew. And he saw the case since. Well, nobody came to their party except the wall sometimes. So. Okay. I don't know that story. I wasn't familiar with that one. I never never really kind of jump assert too because. Let go Leonard has left the so Ellen Corby gotten sick geared died. Yeah. So, so basically the kids were the ones that were care in the cell, right? Missile couple other things. Real quick on you. Howdy. Doody. Morlet Sorin sell the last, so the last fill that on NBC. I was only a little tip time. They'll turn to the camera and get I. Yeah. That was the last responding cook Clerval never talked. So that's, that's right. All right. Okay. John, thanks for the call. I never watched the Waltons, only marginally aware of them 'cause we had neighbors called the Waltons. Yeah. So it was my folks that always make jokes. Walton's. John, thanks for the call three, one to ninety one seven two hundred is the phone number. I have I never watched the Waltons. It was just not, not that like that in, like we didn't watch the Waltons. We didn't watch little house on the prairie all those family oriented shows the seventies. We didn't watch too busy watching stuff like three's company when I was a kid. And Sanford and son, all. Yeah. I mean that goes without saying. That's red FOX in that show man. Still makes me laugh, every single time I it, I don't care. How many times he does? It's the big one at makes me laugh every single time. All right. How about this lost? Perhaps the most controversial finale here, you either love the loss finale or you hate it. There's not a lot in between after six seasons of answered questions, polar bears and time travel. The final few episodes seem to abandon all reason viewers held out, hoping that the series finale would answer the dangling questions, but it all led to a church in an alternate timeline, where most of the survivors on the doomed. Ozanich eight fifteen reunited before moving on quote unquote, some interpreted as that being dead all along, others considered it to be touching message about the power of humanity. Most were just mad about those polar bears, but the whole series ended on a quiet shot of the beach. Deserted in life was the day of the crash. I wasn't I was I gave up on lost. I was I was I was on board for the first season. The pilot was amazing. I still think that the pilots one of the best pilots. Yeah. And I was on board for wild. But when you know, and then I started to get all the mysteries in new nuances and stuff, and they started to get too much for me. So I stopped watching it, but my wife kept my, my, my ex wife kept watching it, and so one night, and I would I was not watching it with her or anything like that. But so one night, we go out with a friend of mine, we dinner and after dinner, we go back to, to, to his house, because he'd just gotten the we you know, the, the game the game, we get some lebeau alling and stuff like that. So after we finished you know, playing with the we. He's like, let's watch lost. And so he I don't watch it. But he my wife, you know, we're like, yeah let's put it out. So I'm sitting I don't care. We had beer I was fine. So I'm sitting there and I literally had no idea what was going on because I watched it for about a season in the half or something. And so I don't I was like what in God's name is happening like the episode that we watched. You know, there was the, the island was on a turntable or something I was like, yeah. What the whole moving the dam is just bonkers era presents the worst of Jj Abrams style thinking, and, you know, the guy wrote at Damon Lindelof you'd go onto right pro. Yes. Which is a movie that I enjoy. But suffers from the same way you like for me Theus, but it suffers from the same problems where they just set stuff up and never paid off per meetings on watchable on watchable. Oh. And that last covenant, one wasn't very good, either the alien covenant you're talking to one of the biggest alien fan boys of all time. I'll watch literally anything. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. God, I thought it was horrible. Oh my God there. Right. We pretty much pretty much convinced that a release Scott has only made two good movies. I'm at four alien and blade runner alien, Bladerunner Thelma and Louise Wright among the kingdom of heaven, but the director. All right. Okay. We did talk about that before I always forget about them in the ways, which is a great movie. Okay. We got to break the news is coming up after this. All right. More TV finale is you want to hear from you three one two nine eight one seven one hundred trending..

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