26 Burst results for "Splaine"

Chapman double in 9th leads Blue Jays over Astros 4-3

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

Chapman double in 9th leads Blue Jays over Astros 4-3

"Matt Matt Matt Matt Chapman's Chapman's Chapman's Chapman's twelve twelve twelve twelve nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen double double double double scored scored scored scored Vladimir Vladimir Vladimir Vladimir Guerrero Guerrero Guerrero Guerrero junior junior junior junior from from from from first first first first base base base base to to to to send send send send the the the the Toronto Toronto Toronto Toronto Blue Blue Blue Blue Jays Jays Jays Jays will will will will four four four four three three three three win win win win over over over over the the the the Houston Houston Houston Houston Astros Astros Astros Astros the the the the double double double double came came came came with with with with two two two two strikes strikes strikes strikes against against against against Hector Hector Hector Hector Neris Neris Neris Neris and and and and it it it it was was was was Chapman's Chapman's Chapman's Chapman's only only only only hit hit hit hit of of of of the the the the night night night night I I I I wasn't wasn't wasn't wasn't trying trying trying trying to to to to do do do do too too too too much much much much I I I I just just just just really really really really wanted wanted wanted wanted to to to to you you you you know know know know extend extend extend extend the the the the ending ending ending ending and and and and you you you you know know know know give give give give light light light light in in in in scoring scoring scoring scoring position position position position and and and and just just just just keep keep keep keep them them them them going going going going you you you you know know know know get get get get the the the the next next next next guy guy guy guy up up up up in in in in Buckley Buckley Buckley Buckley is is is is able able able able to to to to you you you you know know know know find find find find that that that that gap gap gap gap in in in in the the the the body body body body was was was was on on on on the the the the floor floor floor floor so so so so it's it's it's it's nice nice nice nice to to to to get get get get that that that that right right right right the the the the Astros Astros Astros Astros had had had had runners runners runners runners at at at at first first first first and and and and third third third third with with with with one one one one out out out out in in in in the the the the bottom bottom bottom bottom of of of of the the the the ninth ninth ninth ninth but but but but Jordan Jordan Jordan Jordan Romano Romano Romano Romano struck struck struck struck out out out out Jason Jason Jason Jason Castro Castro Castro Castro for for for for the the the the inning inning inning inning second second second second out out out out and and and and he he he he did did did did the the the the same same same same to to to to JJ JJ JJ JJ Matijevic Matijevic Matijevic Matijevic who who who who was was was was making making making making his his his his major major major major league league league league debut debut debut debut to to to to end end end end the the the the game game game game Adam Adam Adam Adam splaine splaine splaine splaine Houston Houston Houston Houston

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | 10 months ago

Update on the latest sports

"P. sports on the ferry the Astros are making a return trip to the fall classic correspondent Adam splaine has the details on the shoulders of your don Alvarez's for for for night the Houston Astros are American League champions for the third time in five years after beating the Boston Red Sox in game six of the American League Championship Series tied to nothing the four hit night caps a series for Alvarez that saw him bat five twenty two earning him series MVP honors Astros shortstop Carlos Correa says he's excited to get back to this point when okay guys I love the red Sox were held to just three runs over the last three games of the series over to the NBA Kevin Durant had a triple double in the nets closed on a sixteen one run to beat the seventy Sixers one fourteen one oh nine Taran had twenty nine points fifteen rebounds and twelve assists for the nets who trailed by fourteen before getting their first win the defense side you know that's how I can't turn their attentions plant right wait stop terms like that the Suns beat the Lakers one fifteen one oh five the jazz knocked off the kings one ten one one the next role to a one twenty one ninety six route of the magic the raptors clobbered the Celtics one fifteen eighty three the bulls for one twenty eight one twelve winners over the pelicans the nuggets are to one oh two ninety six victory against the spurs the wizards outlasted the Pacers one thirty five one thirty four in overtime the rockets hammered the thunder one twenty four ninety one and the Hornets posted at one twenty three one twelve win over the Cavaliers in hockey Charlie Coyle had a goal and two assists as the Bruins handed the Sabres their first loss of the season for one Taylor hall had a goal and an assist to back Linas hallmark who stopped thirty four shots against his former team but it's definitely going to be one of those life to live long memories for sure it was very special elsewhere on NHL ice it was a shark's beating the Leafs five three the stars getting a three two overtime win against the kings in the Orleans defeating the golden knights five three Dave Ferrie AP sports

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"splaine" Discussed on Red Blonde Fox

Red Blonde Fox

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"splaine" Discussed on Red Blonde Fox

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"splaine" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"splaine" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

"For your body to function properly. Whole slice folks. it's a form of essence. Okay which must be cherished in god it again. It's not that simple. Just say i noticed. Some people run to the vitamin store and take some vitamins. You know. i got my proper dosage of vitamin. She today vitamin d and so forth. Nope nope nope nope. It doesn't really work like that. It's not that simple. The human organism isn't akin to identifying an accepting it. It's just gonna pass through your body because you have to understand you. Digestive system is just one long to from your mouth. Janus the body determined what it's going to extract nutrients for off that's why nature created foods and liquids. Act that your body as a human organism can recognize in extract. What it needs from it for your survive and that's considered you post evanescence and So what happens. Next is a half to ask that you try. Remember all talking about in this episode for purposes of future episodes when i being begin to discuss how diseases are diagnosed and treated that prohibit essence. Come from the parent and post having essence. Come some foods him which we eat. Now i said there are three types of essences. The third type this kidney essence now kidney essences very specific type of vital substance that plays a very very very important role when it comes to human physiology you see it's a form of essence that is derived from both your pre heaven as well as you post have in essence and it's stored in your kidneys and it circulates throughout the body and it should kidney cheese that responsible for circulating this essence throughout the body. Some hoping that hoping to clarify chee being able to take on many forms. But it's still one form of cheese. Okay you see kidney. Essence determined a person's growth their ability to reproduce development their levels of sexual maturity as well as how the age over off as well as how they age raw. See this is just like with the laws of nature with animals. They wanna make with the strongest the more bye-bye the more superior and in bringing their energies together just through nature animals understand that they represent the pre heaven essence to what they are about to create or give life to and this is very important because it skips from number one pre-event essence to number three kidney acid because a lot of what they've contributed before the birth of that offspring will reside in their kidneys in a form of kidney s. And again like i said that essence. We'll play a huge part in growth their ability to reproduce their world development their levels of sexual maturity as well as aging as well as aging k an. I need you guys to remember all this. Because as we go along future episodes going to discuss particular diseases particularly disorders. That are have a lot to do with kidney essence deficiency chee deficiency and so forth. And then you'll begin to see how it all comes together but the next vital substance. It's of course extremely important. Is your blood now. Blood to an acupuncturist is defined differently than how a physician would define and this is. Why i'm going to start asking future episodes that you sort of lock your understanding of western physiology for a moment while listening to acupunctures life episodes. I said that you can clearly understand that when you're being diagnosed by an acupuncturist they say things to you like you're experiencing being splaine blood deficiency liberal blood deficiency kidney yang deficiency and so so forth. You're not automatically just going back to assuming how it's done on or how.

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"splaine" Discussed on Atheist Nomads

Atheist Nomads

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"splaine" Discussed on Atheist Nomads

"I think the point yet because you just did it yup. We're so our what we were going through is that people use a certain definition of faith in order to skew the conversation a certain way in order to make their big grand finale. Haw checkmate atheist. That is what we were having problems with. Which is exactly what you did which is just what you. Yeah i i know you're going to have to defend your position it's like telling a man to not manned splaine is just you just gonna to have to do it but yeah it missed the point. Which was this person was trying to use. A non colloquial use of the word faith in order to segue into the the common definition of the word faith in order to try and trick me into some kind of check mate atheist ending and i called him out on it and was not having any of that bullshit. Because i didn't. I don't have to because i don't believe in this crap firmly. I i appreciate you writing in. And i really appreciate. People who aren't nonbelievers listened to the show in order to maybe expand your worldview or maybe just to enjoy the making fun of people who don't see logic or reason at all But yeah you just fell right into the trap. Yeah and trip that we didn't mean to set. We explain it because to have a discussion. There has to be an agreed upon meaning of words. Faith as. I understood it when i was a believer was defined by hebrews eleven one remember the the actual chapter verse correctly and that is faith as evidence of things unseen to change that definition completely and fundamentally changes the conversation and to change the conversation mid conversation like that isn't fair. Now it i understand what definition of faith your trying to explore. What you were trying to say is the definition and you're coming from a much more liberal version of christianity the more liberal form of christianity. That would be able to tolerate listening to our show right. That's proof enough. Yeah and in a more liberal version of christianity and to be fair. I don't believe christianity will ever fully die and it is. I don't think as a goal of the should be a goal of anybody to eliminate a religion. The goal should be to eliminate the most toxic forms of it and if all that existed of christianity. Where people who believe the faith just means trust then we wouldn't have a show faith in humanity restored ever that is not the definition that this particular person was trained to us. He was trying to manipulate me into an argument. And i did not appreciate it at the time. And in my particular statement about what i can or cannot believe. Yeah i need good evidence to believe things The plausibility of something determines how much evidence. How strong of evidence. I need for that claim. I mean you're willing to take a take it for you know. Take the word of an expert a no. Yes in the field You can trust to that. Yup but i wouldn't say that that means that you have to have faith in it at this point in time. My determination of the plausibility. That there's a god is near zero. My i would say the plausibility that there is that the christian god is. The god is as close to zeros. You could possibly get the standard of proof the burden of proof. I would require on that. I can't even comprehend what could possibly overcome that. Yeah there are way too many steps to get there also on a show like this. Don't introduce yourself as a pro-life christian that doesn't do you. Any favors know.

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"splaine" Discussed on Ace and TJ

Ace and TJ

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"splaine" Discussed on Ace and TJ

"No big deal. Well she comes in the other day and she goes. Hey look i'm serious. We really need to get a grill. You keep talking about it and we keep saying we're going to go get one but we've got to get real so i'm going to run Look for some running shoes now. And when i get back you want to go get a grill i sicher. I mean seriously 'cause we could cook like in the evenings or something. We cook pork chops on it. We do burgers in you know barbecue chicken or steak or anything. Oh yes so. We'd use it as a grill. Yes always does grill. We can do it at grill so then inexact. She does it all the time. So it's jodie splaine just to like in night your taste buds and remind you on the delicious things that you may counter just explaining to me. What a grill is four. I mean this is. This is what these miraculous things we could do with it but she acts like that. Since we haven't had one in these few months that i just have never even heard of what what they're four she's every makes you could name. That was lean. You know that would be something we can eat to stay a clean diet running down the list. And she's standing there or a workout clothes and ponytail or stay her at home. Mom uniform suburban mom uniform ponytail bouncing and designer person armed radio bass me running shoes and she did it again last night but it can. It can go on for several days. Like part of jodi explaining is is splaine in something on monday and then saying i think that's what we need to do. Don't you and then i say yes. And then when she checks into it the next day she explains it again as to why check into it and by the time the next day rolls around and she's made the steps to lock it up then she splaine's again how much better it's going to be for example. We're taking our daughter and moving her to college in a couple of weeks. That's going to be in nashville right. So we had a hotel booked to stay there for five days. Maybe because it's our vacation to use it to hang around the city and on it and so in the beginning she goes well. You know what i'm gonna look into renting a house rather than the hotel. Because i mean we're gonna. They're going to charge us out but to park. And we're gonna have to have two vehicles there so i'm going to check into that. Don't you think so. I said yeah do that. Because i mean we don't need to pay to park and it probably ended up being about the same amount of money. Plus we'd have been more comfortable hemel room and you know just do whatever separate bedrooms and all that so chicken to that. Next day i found a house found. Yeah look look let me show you. Pat over. There showed me every is a bad room bedroom. Okay because it's got a bad in it. Yeah that's right that's bedroom great okay. And he's kitchen. Look we wanted to. You know we didn't feel like going out to eat. We just cook something here. This is the kitchen. Oh that's what that's four. Okay good thing. And she goes okay. Well then i'm gonna check see how much it is and seeing sees availability and it says it's available but i don't know sometimes they don't put it up when it's are they don't change it when it's been rented is okay going back the next day. Well i talked to the guy he said it's open and we could rent it and it's going to end up being about the same amount of money but we're to need park and now we got better parking and we gotta do this and we can use we. If we don't feel like going out to eat we got. We got bidders. Don't cheat thanks. Yeah thanks so.

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Laureano's 2-run shot gives Athletics 7-3 win over Astros

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Laureano's 2-run shot gives Athletics 7-3 win over Astros

"Frankie Montas earned his first win of the season by allowing one run over six innings as the Oakland Athletics beat the Houston Astros seven to three mantas allowed six hits while striking out five the only blemish on his line was a Kyle Tucker home run on his final pitch of the day Mota says his fastball was key to his success the second time start using more breaking pitches also so that makes all the conspirators promote Laurie on a finished three for four and smacked a two run Homer for the eighth Gen Lowry added a pair of hits and an RBI Jose Altuve they collected two hits and an RBI for the Astros Michael Brantley added an RBI triple Adam splaine Houston

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Jimmy Butler has triple-double, leads Heat past Rockets

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Jimmy Butler has triple-double, leads Heat past Rockets

"Powered by a twenty eight to ten third quarter the Miami Heat won for the fourth straight game beating the Houston Rockets won a one ninety four Houston led by six at halftime but the he connected on seven threes in the third quarter and held the rockets to twenty one percent shooting giving them a lead they wouldn't give up he had coach Erik Spoelstra thought his team's defense was key to the turnaround first up in our shots were going again it always felt and appeared to that was affecting our commitment on the defensive end of the third quarter we just much more committed regardless of the result on the offensive end Jimmy Butler led all scorers with twenty seven points and finished with a triple double John wall and Eric Gordon led the rockets with seventeen points Adam splaine Houston

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"splaine" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"splaine" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Very recently some theorists realized that the axion quick potentially also explain why there is matter in the universe. In the very early universe we had roughly equal parts matter antimatter But about one part per billion extra matter and so in the matter when matter finds antimatter. Violates makes light makes energy and so we had a billion parts of matter. In a billion parts of antimatter annihilate each other like two billion photons and there was one tiny little piece of matter leftover and that's the material world we see around us today And that little ambati splaine but it turns out that axioms might be the explanation so exxon exists. They saw two big physics problems. Wants pretty profound. Which is why are we even here. Why do we live in a universe that has any material on it rather than just like That's why i like the axiom. And the other thing. Is that if the accident exists then it would also be produced in the early in a verse in abundance and so could also be dark matter so so so is it. is it a quad. Like thing is it's a fundamental tech. Right that's right. It's a fundamental particle But it is not a quirk It One of the properties of dark matter is that it makes gravity because it has amassed so the axiom has mass The other property of dark matter is that it doesn't interact well with light. That's why we call it dark so Axioms do that as well. The interacting incredibly weekly with light and so actually excited neutron to make to make that dipoto expectation knocked realized That's a little complicated. It's called the The the Quin peci mechanism. And it just has to It's it's it's fairly complicated but it has to do with what are called mixing angles And basically you need this angle in there to be very close to zero and there's a natural way to explain that unless you have particle basically. It's job is to do that. So we cannot really experimentally prove its existence weight can be there are experiments underway to try to detect the outcome on either through detecting it as a dark matter particle or creating it. Either way we'll work There's a a really fun. Brilliant experiment going on right now Explain that at any dimension how axioms actually do interact as they interact with light but very weekly and they only interact when there are two photons involved two particles of light and typically what that means is you need a very strong magnetic field and if the axiom passes through that strong magnetic field it can be converted into light or you can have..

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"splaine" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"splaine" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"The military is deceiving. Him makes his own arrangements to travel to andrews on a minor to set things right now the doctor hijack stotts ship and crashes crashes it back on the surface of andrews johnny minor determined to rescue perry like really determined check initiates a major attack against jackson android while jack rescues perry as she starts to succumb to the spectrum poisoning. The doctor starting to feel the effects arise at base. Jack takes pity on them directing the doctor to where he can find. The queen bat gives him an oxygen tank. Mortgage land by starts as crash shipping. They find jack's base mortgage stotts and jack naturally get into a fight and ended up killing each other where the doctor finds the queen bat and collects the two vials of her milk. Dan returns the base. He quickly collect perry just as there is mud birth start going off and struggles to reach the tartus. He accidentally drops one of two vials before he can get inside. This is important. He says the hardest emotion and feeds perry the remaining vile perry quickly recovers but finds the doctor dying on the floor. The dr splaine's there was only enough. Bats not cure her and he proceeds to regenerate with the new six dr abruptly sitting up with a new face perry s. What's happening and the doctor. Replies change my idea and it seems not a moment too soon.

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"splaine" Discussed on Red Blonde Fox

Red Blonde Fox

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"splaine" Discussed on Red Blonde Fox

"Can i talk about the atmosphere you. You can't live eucalypt nephew. King liberal one kidney follow some years now because he was in the bad motorcycle accident and they had to take one. He's kicked me. He's in parties split. Because you really don't need joe splaine right about one as as passer just say. I'm not thinking about dialysis right on talking about his minds. That right now. Ryan dialysis master right but you gotta do your bryant. You gotta clean your blood one. The all that have they have to have all the time muscle dialysis. She wants to live our daily. And you want to live with your family and your child absolutely does mind. That's right along the liberty. take yourself away from us. It canal de now. Governments myself was going to run on really ready. Think he way why you gotta hear of your after biking. He came down yesterday and was just telling you guys down the he goose england gago house. We've talked about all right. We we go. Keep on praying and keep on looking onto the lower. Your remember we got we got you. But i wasn't sure to your minds that is really all you are you are are are wasn't it on the wall separate i am. I've got too much work left to do. So i'm i'm not i'm not going on so not by through women and you get into what miracles die helped whatever dial but missionary we go down but i know what i know because they need to know what i know zuni stunning on that carolina right. So we all remember. We gotta pray for advantage. You london anderson she just had and we got to pray for her husband. Got distribution here and me. Anybody else we need to pray for mind okay. Jiang who you save around with an broker which didn't have the surgery the other day but what is happening is that they going to do blood work on the sales. And if they beat the do A sculptor going to go into and make sure it's a blog is what i got. Total declared that whatever is there has been more than the name of jesus. Oh she didn't ask therapy so still moving. So i'm greg at. What was the heart on as already in. Let's let's pray for missionary davis the loss of her father that she'd be coming back in town tomorrow distribution it. Can you prayers out father state going away together. Augustan we asked that she all the petitions of the requests for prayers we put an ultra modern urging everyone of we ask that you touch and you know yes everybody that we're talking to talk about here. the allied does no. Why does your has been in touch touch fence mother. Shane her baby allegri Touch passed as in the name of jesus get. We're the are now on this situation. A railway line in the morning. I would each and every one of us on this line at bothered me. It's a repeat again on thursday and will always be careful and rare never love. You deserve ray base. Who all you he is by all righty on thursday. They won't be no thanksgiving and we love yellow member. Keep wanda also in our prayer. We think anybody own land all right. We will see you on wisdom of the lord sessile giving the night we we deny six o'clock with the night all right..

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"splaine" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"splaine" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

"K. Splaine this fun honestly this next one. I am not a huge banana punch fan actually. I'm not a huge banana. Anything strain fan. So i'm gonna go onto this one completely biased right yeah Kind of turn a blind eye to what the name is. And just go off of that. Because i do not like bananas. Most of the time. she's already going in skewed. So that's gonna have to really pull it off and it takes a lot to really pull off a banana strain. That's just personal. Falls on people like banana although admittedly though you've bought banana strains i have bananas team so it has to be something special but as this like this should like jalapenos but she likes peanut ships can. We're not talking about logistics here. Okay service okay. Bye always visits decibel. They had three injuries How fairs that is far as if you only have nine injuries in three inches histories or by one farm Or one company. It smells really good. Which one is that as an branch. it's alive rosin. I really like is definitely a fruity gas. It's definitely a fruity gas. I don't know if it's banana until i hit that. Here's what about these chirping cards. Is that when you turn them over. They let you know what they are found in. so such. As limiting it's found in citrus rosemary and peppermint carol filing is found in black pepper cloves hops rosemary. There's pining is not kiro filing nose crossing look it up. Whatever Pining pine meals rosemary. Deal mercy is a mango hof. Bailey's osa mean is meant come quotes parsley. Humiliation as ginseng basil and hops. And then. there's diesel bolo bolo. I can never say that. And that's camomile inches indebted for this yesterday. Okay you haven't are you gonna Okay i'm in. I i handed you. The down was listening to story but the whole words firm. It wasn't a story it is. When you're this. I i was reading you. That interpreting profiles. Did you ever turn us back up over not really rate. So we've been on really low. Sound.

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"splaine" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:13 min | 2 years ago

"splaine" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I love this version our King Charles rock Tom splaine some prison music this morning what we're talking about unsolved crimes so that seems appropriate it came from Amazon is coming up this is where we look at some Amazon products and some of the real reviews that people wrote who bought the products and a lot of a martial areas we're talking about the Titanic a Titanic a sink on this day and in and at two thirty we always play back some classic Johnny Carson Johnny Carson show you can now watch every night on antenna TV and tonight a classic bit ed McMahon is denying that he's drunk on TV but yes three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number if you would like to join us we are talking about unsolved crimes and there are many of them and we've been talking about some of the some of the ones that that have happened and that we would love to hear from you at three one two nine eight one seven two hundred here's Lulu on WGN go a little hi back in nineteen seventy login details he will put the plus more police department L. to a vacant lot of something and he was killed and that crime was never solved but they believe they know they do who did it the name of John Barrowman and he went he had murdered one wife Danny murdered a second wife by pushing her off a building in Antigua and then shop in jail in two thousand but they were never able to put the nineteen seventy murder connected with connecting to to connect him with the floss more murder yeah yeah but it was what it was I work in is why a and it was horrible yeah yeah well like that happening impossible just something happened yeah well in his name is John Baumann any shares that with with the guy from Sean on now which is weird we've been told exactly all right Lou thank you okay take care all right but yeah John Bowser Bowerman from China now and the match game Hollywood squares match game our which is just just a train wreck that I can't take my eyes off of it as an unsolved crime I'll tell y'all man it's just that the celebrities that they that they that they brought out that they brought out to play those two games this is like early eighties stuff like Arsenio hall but like before he became Arsenio hall okay was on the guys like Fred travel Lina traffic some of the other a I think that the guy the guy from the police academy movies who makes the noises with his mouth Michael Winslow yeah he was on it I'm trying to think if they were to do that again who would be like the C. listers that would wind up yep I mean all you gotta do is watch some of these reality shows that that people around that's true zero on like one of one of the Kardashian brothers at no do about yeah R. seven await area code we're talking about the unsolved crimes three one two nine eight one seven two hundred three one two nine eight one seven two under the abduction of Terry zoo hike nineteen eighties a college girl whose car overheated on the expressway I believe on I. eighty she was later I've found rolled up in a piece of carpet along an expressway I believe that Mister was never solved and they always thought it might possibly be a truck driver I kind of remember their three one nine sends in a text that says the January nineteen ninety three brown's chicken massacre employees murdered execution style palatine that was that that was unsolved the brown's chicken massacre was unsolved accountant I thought they got somebody for that I thought email somebody I called I mean that was just crazy that story just crazy but I thought they solve that one so I'm then of course we have the the the last one in this article is Jon Benet Ramsey a murder made in tabloid have an six year old beauty queen Jon Benet Ramsey daughter of a wealthy boulder Colorado executive in a socially ambitious wife was found dead in the basement of the family home after Christmas nineteen ninety six an odd ransom note left at the scene in clashes between family police and district attorney fanned the media frenzy while public speculation centered on parents John and Patsy Ramsey eight years later still no arrest side note John Ramsey ran unsuccessfully for a seat in Michigan's legislature at one point so and that was everywhere that was everywhere I mean you you know the story but yeah that took over the media there was so huge so let's see here's a dock on WGN Hey doc he went for a little never be solved the death of Marilyn Monroe each night we talked about it on the air before there was a book written in the mail and conspiracy by the private detective Neil Sperry Clea and some of the evidence he puts forth does that our house was being worked on in the plumbing was not on and there was no evidence that she taken any pills with water during autopsy there was no evidence of any semi digested tales are capsules and there was also an innate interjection inside in the back of one of our needs so they think that maybe they sent the C. 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L. the giver odd shot excellent but yeah now that's that's another one that's good that's like eternal you know that said that and that that matter more crime when Jeffrey upstate oh sure yeah yeah yeah yeah those are the cameras are broken the geysers sleep America yeah yeah we're going to stop on the net that I'm never going to be solved yeah and then the most current one the more I hear about this coronavirus get out there's so much stuff that's real really weird it's gonna need to be answered you know Bill Gates being involved in this bill by the institute downing the vaccine the fact that disease didn't make it either Shanghai or Singapore or North Korea or Russia the fact that the hospital district that China belt they had to yeah the drawings in the materials and placed it couldn't just come in there and started building them and then when the the worldwide markets but the United States and Europe went to pot Chinese investors on the sidelines that just come in and double up stuff but low prices yeah like most things follow the money or benefits through pays hopefully there'll be some good investigative reporters get in there about managers on on everything that happened on this deal yeah all right doc thanks for the call I think that's it three one two nine eight one seven two hundred unsolved crimes is what we're talking about will wrap up this conversation and then we're going to take a trip to Amazon not be Amazon but Amazon dot com and go through some products and read some real reviews from some very funny people who have reviewed some of the products and we'll come back talk a little bit more about unsolved crimes and wrap that up we will hear.

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"splaine" Discussed on i tried it podcast

i tried it podcast

08:03 min | 2 years ago

"splaine" Discussed on i tried it podcast

"Really disagree condition and to kind of help you little by little you know. Take more deeper steps into You know essentially meditation kind of go into this other side without your brain just completely coming in and like you know dropping dropping a bomb and being like. Nope we're done. That's so cool. I you know me not knowing anything about this. My mind want to which I know is so wrong. I'm like Oh they're probably like what Colin's and all these like herbs practicing medium ship but no that's holy makes sense the way that you explained it and one and I'm very excited to enter my thirties if I can be more intuitive because I know that something. I personally want to work on and I've had a psychic. Tell me that he's like you're shutting your third eye. He's like you're too scared to open it and I kind of know that because sometimes I'll like feel something and I'm a little scared to acknowledge it it. Did you ever experience that lake? The fear of like leading that Shit like enter and be present. Yeah and I think the really hard part You know with it is again just kind of how raised in movies and things we here in we do boards and all this stuff is we instantly think of like dark and scary things you know. We think demands and You know just anything and everything that can be scary icky gross You know whatever So I will say many ginning it was. You know kind of one of those roads like. Oh my gosh I I don't WanNa see dead people you know I know. I don't WanNa see that kind of stuff you know. I want to have all of the warm and fuzzies in all of that And classes were extremely hopeful. Because they help you in teach you how to set up your face so there is only love and light that comes and so when I do my sessions. I meditate beforehand The way our meditate where I set up my area and stuff And the way that I am a demand how comes in is there. It's only they're only allowed in if they're of the divine if they are of love and light so if there is anything not darken scary You know of course when people pass it you know it's it's emotional and sometimes you know if it's you know unfortunately something like murder or anything like that. That's something that is you know dark but it's not anything that's of a dark entity If that makes sense so in the beginning yes I would lay in bed You know during the day by listen to tapes Has I mentor coach? She has you tapes that you can buy from her and stuff. Kinda you can do these classes not the medium ship other classes at home In when I kinda started getting more intuitive hits and You know coincidences that. I couldn't I couldn't shake like I. I knew it wasn't just like Oh. That was weird. It was like Holy Shit Dot like they did that so I saw that And there were a few that happened kind of in the beginning. I was like okay like I'm I'm able to you know spend a little bit more. I thought I was GONNA Start Waking Up to people like in my room at the foot of my bed and that was the stuff that really freaked me out because I I wanted to do this type of work but I also didn't want you know all of the six months stuff that comes into it and you know all of the witchy scary you know things and knock on wood but to Daven hot anything You know like that happened but I think it is because I really do take time to kind of set up my space smudge allot but really just kind of keeping the intentions on You know love and light and just not allowing You know the dark things like that kind of in okay. Yeah that makes sense. And I'm just curious like from what you were just saying about the idea of people appearing at the foot of your bad Do you get hit with. I don't WanNa say unwanted unexpected messages throughout the day like or. Are you able to kind of shield yourself until you enter reading or you are doing some form of healing for someone? Yeah so I very much I'm am someone as of right now. I have to be in my meditative state to be able to CNET so right now. Talking with you You know I'm not receiving anything and I'm not really getting anything. I usually take about fifteen minutes or half an hour before each session. Really Meditating to get into My Zone to protect myself and everything If I don't ended The beginning you know I kind of set up. We'll call it like a light force field In this is the best way to explain it. I'm a very visual person. Too So Hopefully this'll help other people listening But essentially I meditate. I get into that middle space where I will be to communicate and then I set up like a huge force field of protective light around me so that keeps out anything. That's like dark scary. Anything that I say is not welcome. Here is not allowed in this space You know at that point I also set up like my angels all set up a spirit guide kind of set up all of my all kind of be my bodyguards in the space I am still working really hard on because I do forget. Especially when I have back to back sessions You know there are some days where I will have. Four sessions with ten minutes in between each What I need to do at the end of them is to go to the sink and wash wash the session. Essentially off of myself so us it there Anna. Wash my hands but Azim washing my hands. I'm also visualizing kind of this waterfall of light that comes through You know in his really kind of washing everything away that allows me myself to know like okay. That session is gone but it also lets you know You're at who is there. Was there during the session that hey your time is up. You know moving onto an ANC. Sometimes when I'm running I don't do that and I will notice that you know. Even if I have one session or one or two sessions by the time it hits like six o'clock. I am completely drained. You know my energy is gone and it's just because spirit you know. I haven't really given them kind of you know the door to say all right. You're done though they'll kind of sit there Not Leech off my energy but you know they use my energy to kind of be around so I wouldn't really say anything unwanted Pops in it's more of Not really unwanted like when you were little and you have a friend. Stay the night and then they just never went home. You're like okay. Call your mom and like go home now and they say all day. That's a that's a good relatable experience. It really isn't just an IT's an it's my it's my own fault You know I'll get things here and there to I guess it's more of you know if I go to if I go to like a a party or someone's house and they have a lot of people over You know if you're someone who as I guess a little bit more spiritual and everything another visual I kind of like Jig. Splaine's you're kind of like an open door for spirit.

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No. 5 San Diego State advances to MWC title game

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

No. 5 San Diego State advances to MWC title game

"Fifth ranked San Diego state is headed to the mountain west conference tournament championship game after overcoming a sixteen point deficit to beat Boise state eighty one sixty eight after getting hit with a sixteen run midway through the first half the Aztecs went into the locker room on a nineteen three burst C. indigo state head coach Brian Dutcher says his team never wavered with great resolve they didn't panic they just fought their way back into it tied at halftime and then it was a very competitive second half Malachi Flynn led city a state with twenty two points while Katie Fagan made five three pointers and scored twenty one Alex Hobbs scored twenty one points off the bench for Boise state but the Broncos shot just twenty three percent after halftime Adam splaine Las Vegas

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Mike Conley scores 25 points, Jazz beat Celtics 99-94

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Mike Conley scores 25 points, Jazz beat Celtics 99-94

"Fifth Mike Conley ranked San helped Diego guide state the jazz is headed past to the the mountain short handed west Celtics conference tournament ninety nine championship to ninety four game giving after Utah overcoming its fourth a sixteen straight point win deficit Conley to beat scored Boise twenty state five eighty for one his sixty third highest eight point total after during getting hit his with debut a sixteen season run with the jazz midway through the first Jordan half Clarkson added the Aztecs seventeen went into as the locker Utah leapfrog room on a nineteen Houston into three the four burst spot in the west C. indigo state the jazz head coach trail Brian twenty Dutcher six says seventeen his team early never but ended wavered the first with great half resolve on a forty they six twenty two search and led didn't by as panic many as they sixteen just fought their in way the second back into it Marcus tied smart's at halftime twenty nine and led then all scorers it was in a very the Celtics competitive third second loss half in four Malachi games Flynn led Boston's city a Jaylen state brown with twenty and two Gordon points Hayward while wrist Katie sidelined Fagan with injuries made five three pointers Geffen cooled and scored off twenty Boston one Alex Hobbs scored twenty one points off the bench for Boise state but the Broncos shot just twenty three percent after halftime Adam splaine Las Vegas

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Harden's 37 points leads Rockets over Knicks 123-112

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Harden's 37 points leads Rockets over Knicks 123-112

"After attending the memorial service for Kobe and Jana Bryant earlier in the day James harden scored thirty seven points as the Houston Rockets won their fourth straight game beating the New York Knicks one twenty three one twelve Hardin arrived a little more than an hour before tipoff and scored thirty one points in the first half on twelve of sixteen shooting Harding explained why he felt the need to attend Brian service scores bricks prima someone notices to the family our system time for them for the entire world so it was a must in a bitter battle Moore scored seventeen points off the bench for the rockets well Eric Gordon added sixteen R. J. Barrett led the Knicks with twenty one points and six rebounds Julius Randle chipped in seventeen points and twelve boards Adam splaine Houston

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"splaine" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

08:04 min | 2 years ago

"splaine" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"I'm not gonna say a word so you got a tire thing here partire boy actually that did there to compare and we're so confident our prices we we advertise and we we put him out there and in in in the immortal words of Ricky Ricardo splaine here here's a beauty here's a beauty is not just about prices yes we're competitive yes in some cases where below the aftermarket but the reality the reality is is is how we treat you right is a relationship that we we focus on it's about doing the right thing is about getting to know you it's about doing and and remember we do that at the dealership level one we could put you in a loaner car we could clean your car when we're done we have detailed department we have every amenity that you could probably think of here we could have a we have a boutique we have a cafeteria I mean were I sure we do it right you know missus and spent a lot of money just so we could have all the tools to do to do business the right way so you you put a lot of research into putting out this this mailer that goes out to to our your custom yeah it's all about one side is is about tires and you've got the good better best for each model Lexus right and then on the front you're you're comparing services mmhm to all the national chains yep I can imagine any writers right but all the the national chains of tire stores and you know oil change in repair you know the the national things and I mean you guys and for from looking at this there's a lot of things on here that are cheaper here than they are at it some of the you know and then on a per se and that's that's only part of the equation some aren't yeah where within dollars yeah and and that ID like I said is is is not it's a complete picture it's about we we are we're this year we were were focusing on even getting even better how do we do that well it's all about the customer it's about having the conversation is about asking more questions it's about what their need not just what we see wrong with the car but we want to know what stage of that yeah relationship the customer in the car in the dealer where that is at our leases that are purchased it's in a car that they're going to want to purchase or lease there's a lot of questions that we need to ask so that we could provide him with the best service things that are important to them not just to us and I'm telling you the results so that is increase everywhere and better relationship with the customer because we do care so say you say you're driving a car it's eight ten twelve years old you take really good care of it you gonna buy tires obviously you gonna service it and all that you know the the day were that option was only and in your mind because you perceive that to be the cheapest place to do it was it like a secondary shop with the thing today in car dealerships that it that it changes you could see and that data we have to be very very competitive and and the thing is is when you bring us that ten year old twelve year old car and you have a service with us when we're done with that that cars getting vacuum the skin Weist it's going to be given back to you and presented back to you really really really nice it's a nice it's a nice package when you go to the secondary shops and you buy tires you get a break jobs they're not well washing your car they're not cleaning your car given it back to you that way so you have the experience of a car dealership verses you know secondary shop and more and more people are starting to figure that out and that's why they're coming in I'm I'm gonna tell you a little story I have a friend that I actually has car like mine did not want to go to the dealer right he thought he was going to save a little money so he went to this little shop they did the weather car like yours with a car like a big car yeah card the right car they're both read yeah make another one yeah yeah the fast well yeah the fasten so he took it to an outside shot did the work the brakes did all all this I he told me he spent twenty seven hundred dollars in a complete service breaks rotors guess what in their damage or break out break actuator no call back the next week the shop was close yeah so he's he calls me goes what do I do now and I said do you remember the conversation that we had do you remember what I recommend to you to do as said if you go in you have somebody give you any dealer nowadays for the most part right you go and you have a conversation any Sir guys I I'm not telling you guys not to make money just be competitive most places most reputable places will work with you and then you they're going to be there they're gonna be there today tomorrow next year the year after you gonna have warranty on those repairs it's a smart thing to get a new the new car dealers got a lot to lose I mean I have a shingle on the front of the building sure not you know they're not going away tomorrow you know I'm yours has a guy's name on it that's right so lives here yep they're not yeah some Wall Street made up ma'am we're we're very fortunate because Craig you know once no matter where we sell a car whether it's a two thousand dollar used car it's a two hundred thousand dollar car we sell he wants all those customers treated the same yeah really match I remember something you did a couple years ago that I thought was genius and because the brands that you deal with a neat normally you know last a very long time I mean we're talking to the the the top four or five in cars that people keep over fifteen years yeah we talked about that last week when you were stepping down for older vehicles yeah there's different price camp yeah for different vehicles yeah for older via and an out now we have to it will live in South Florida we do a lot of lease business so now we're trying to Taylor some of the services to those least customers so that we could lower their dear their their their dollars their expense so it it it means you need to always think of a customer and if you tailor your prices your services and you always treat him like a guest in your house guess what's going to happen yeah when everybody slowing down or everybody's having a tough January mmhm we just broke records now so that's that's reality thank you to those customers out there one hundred percent right very fortunate we had a great customers do you know a lot of people would normally go to one of the the big four or five you know places for convenience yeah but they haven't seen the shop and Toyota Hollywood yeah I mean I'm I brought my truck there in them it was mid week it was like three o'clock in the afternoon which is normally a pretty busy time and they were busy to have the bedliner installed that I ordered I didn't even hardly have time to say hi to Sandra and and and everybody over by by her office and and grab a coke at subway no that's right inside the dealer hi I got my coke at subway and my phone starts beeping you my truck is right now I didn't even have time to walk across the whole dealership I wanted to go look at the cars and trucks that were you know in the show room I didn't have my my truck was ready yeah we we've incorporated a lot of elements in a and using technology to know where you are where your car is what the services and we're going to try to get you through here as fast as humanly possible.

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"splaine" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

11:20 min | 2 years ago

"splaine" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"If I said like now I always believed but I mean there's some dark is a realtor and franchises think it's well written about and report on but you know once I met Kyle and and John and the vision that for the franchise I I'm pretty confident that we're indeed there was happy that I still was from the way I felt and still ideas left by and we're gonna be able to see this through and so excited to be here this afternoon well for Joe Staley me back in this position they were good they were good there back being good and he appreciates it as you can hear from that cuts sage Rosenfels about eleven fifteen for Vikings quarterback quarterback guru to talk about her cousins Jimmy G. what he sees in the quarterbacks in this match up on Saturday after that we'll talk to Joe Thomas he's gonna be a hall of Famer former left tackle the Browns now with NFL network eleven forty five Dennis brown Superbowl champion a forty niner former defensive lineman pre and post game for the forty Niners after twelve thirty cool peace that mathematical roads along the lines of what Joe was just talking about their pop yes we did a podcast with Bob Myers wrote about it he says he understands what John legend Kyle Shanahan are experiencing any says quote I and I don't want to stamp on a little bit but it may be the most fun they ever have the climb up on quote new when I've talked about this many times obviously the goal is the championship but I think for for a lot of that warriors run it was it was for the in the climb is fun in this climb is fun and I don't you know maybe it ends up in a Superbowl more quickly than anybody could've ever anticipated but it but it got to the end of member of the warriors and you know it better and we also has you covered it all where it was just the pressure the pressure and really no one was gonna be satisfied until June June and so there was Kompakt by not only the players but the fans anybody else get us to June goes to June gets June so this is been a heck of a lot of fun just this kind of resurrection of the forty Niners and who knows where it's going to end the climb is fun yeah Pat Riley wrote a book and a lot of things are charged on and one thing that a he noted was the innocent climb where you're young and you know just don't know better and it's that innocent climb out of Pat Riley you know check over for Paul Westhead who won a championship then got into a magic and wound up you know losing his job so the Lakers are always good but I think Riley was able to capture what most franchises have to deal with and it's just it's just such a different world for Bob Myers now verses when he arrived and I did you know what when the forty Niners sire John Lynch I immediately saw a lot of commonality with Steve Kerr mainly because of John splaine background and Jack was a far better player than Steve Steve is a really good player and won five championships and you know John one one in Superbowl thirty seven with Champa but John is a borderline hall of Famer in effect you may go into the hall of fame this February the night before his team plays in the Superbowl which should be amazing and Steve was a a role player in a highly specialized role is the greatest three point shooter percentage wise initially and be able to fight off other players greatness but I just I had known John that well at all but just being around a little bit broadcaster ninety Steve from my time in this version as a broadcaster was stated that they were just great people and in different roles obviously John's the G. yeah I'm John has Bob's role and she's gonna coach the team but Steve was a GM for a number years in Phoenix before you did this then went back to broadcasting but if they they're just good people Bob Myers is one of the greatest people I've ever been around in being around John Lynch more and Kyle and Adam Peters third their quality people and they brought in great people and a locker room now Bob you know check a different path he was a player agent with arn Tellem in the watchman group for a long time more like the Bruce Allen path and then he was an assistant GM and unlike the forty Niners that have done this honestly overnight but virtually one brick by brick but I mean they didn't win two games a few years ago to speak to Joe Staley's meteoric rise and what he's visualizing on back to the playoffs and Mustapha said spending and they did win four games last year and six the year before with the staff with this new administration but there were reasons obviously the quarterback out her **** up it is an innocent climb initially and then things will change and I think for Bob it we're talking about gonna get Jada sits to rebuild it for Bob and Joe it was to get Kevin Durant because Kevin Durant is so damn good and who wouldn't want him on your team and it but they offered Harrison Barnes a contract if there's a marriage takes that contract you don't get Kevin Durant you know that was Harrison Barnes saying no so it you know it's a little more complicated but the one thing is if you ask Bob and you know it it how DO you know pick which championship you like better it's like your kids when you like buddy love mall ni but that innocent climb really was the pre K. dear because it changed when Durant got here and they expectation changed in people's perceptions of you changed in the owner and now he's gonna react to things that all changes I think the real challenge the forty Niners are gonna have and you may want to call Bob Myers Steve Kerr in the off season not so much you know how did you become successful how do you handle success how to people handle it do they change maybe they do maybe gerrymandering changed a little bit along the way bring in Duran and obviously change the dynamic of your team how will people and you know they haven't before hasn't won a playoff game or anything but they they won thirteen games this year and if they do take this all the way to Miami and I think the real challenge that is staying on top in doing it over and over and over again and how do you do that how do you handle success let's face it when this team was successful the last time eleven twelve thirteen Harbaugh here they did not handle success well and it was mainly jam jams ego eight I'm alive and he just changed any water the whole building to himself the warriors didn't do that but they they brought in Duran of that change people's perceptions so you know the commonality of the innocent climb now but I think the real thing is going to be how do you sustain that and have that kind of five year run the warriors had and how to vote of people change you made a little success and and people do change over time once they get that's what Roddy was talking about the innocent climb yielded to the greed of more yeah is what he wrote about I think it's three things and in some order complacency because you just one soul then what's your motivation to win again money which is especially in the NFL what starts to happen as you were on the you were on the Superbowl champion we want to get you on our team and three as you just pointed out ego because everybody wants to get credit and the great thing about the warriors until maybe Durant arrived was it everybody was fine taking a certain amount of credit because they knew that it was all about the team when Durant got here I felt like Durant wanted more credit and he wanted to go somewhere else where he could be that clear number one and get that credit but money complacency an ego in some order racks every team jet and at that at some point it seems yeah but I mean here on the forty Niners as much as I am or more and over the years I mean I they they have good people in that locker room I really don't see Jimmy Garoppolo changing a whole I mean if you were to change the would of already changed I don't see Nick Bosa changing his brother and his dad a whack on the head I don't see George kettle changing George kills gonna be crazy and not some love life like he does every day I don't know there may be a couple of young people we don't know about I I I and the key thing is you bring in people what you could have a crossroads what it fortify your roster you know you say no to Antonio brown is much is Antonio brown skill is obvious you don't do that you wait for Emmanuel Sanders to become available and then you give up a draft pick for him NO rec your whole locker room so I think that's the critical thing is just how to handle it and I why would I watch five now I think there's a certain but I can use the word tormentor tortured but it's not as fun Hey board I was team is not good but even go back to last year what were the warriors having any fun last regular season as the only acceptable outcome to the season is a championship right it's a fear of failure that becomes a point in sports and I saw with al Davis where it wasn't just win baby it's you better not lose any even when you're when he didn't celebrate I remember when the last time you got the AFC championship and it's named after the owner of the cheese so you want to touch it but he acted like he lost the game and he started glare and everybody and you had to win the Superbowl or it's not going to be accepted if you don't stop and enjoy the victories along the way and you're doing it all out of a fear of failure what kind of life is that that that is a tormented souls life that's my that's my life every day now you know you enjoy let you know if he does get a little bit of that history all he takes only does anyone he was I think the first championship there was there and he's looking at his mom and he loved it the second title it was in the same and then last year they didn't get it he got hurt but I don't I don't know you know the innocent climb yields to the great a more but anyway so I come and covered our next prize which is John is by the way are the worries wanted me to point out the games earlier tonight start time because it is not easy they wanted you to shut up about like there's a keep keep praying and I'm sending over a span a call but baklava or heroes whatever mispronounce it is not yet a religious Europe anyway allow falls with everyone by the way we got a text of the text line if it Yanis can see Sam Frannie can say Frisco you say whatever the hell you want whatever you odds sign the contract as long as we learn exactly renounces last day it took a barbell for like four years to figure that one out game charges with the despite all jump shot Dave's at seven o'clock tonight seven seven o'clock as it is on ESPN so you think they're gonna bring that up on national TV I think everyone to chant his name look losing streak that is it a survey on the floor it is absolutely a model where they now starting currently for the hell of yeah it is said that a combo I would love it if you were the PA ladies starting next year in Ford for your Golden State Warriors number thirty four would that be too much yeah I have a great whatever wondering at regional York well they had a Billboard on site a guarded what the hell we're sitting around orders outside of but as a Billboard company get one right there right when it right in that.

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Financial analysts warning recession could be in near future

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

04:30 min | 3 years ago

Financial analysts warning recession could be in near future

"Everybody a word as we begin today one single word that is being thrown around a lot in economic analysis and reporting of late and as such needs a little splaine recession of course recession never a pleasant thing but one in part of a reasonably predictable economic cycle but it occurred does the other day that for a whole lot of people they're only experience with an economy and decline is the great recession and the fact is that is not what most economic slowdowns or like marketplace Jackie Stewart starts us off many people in their twenties and thirties of grownup with the repercussions of the great recession of a decade ago. See it into that Memories Rodney Dunkin from Los Angeles is twenty four. I do remember while I was in school. <hes> a lot of people were losing houses. I remember people losing their jobs. <hes> I remember my uncle. He's got the hospital and he told me these hundred people lost their job there. That recession was a particularly bad one. The subprime mortgage crisis led to repossessions and plummeting house prices. Some of the U._S.'s biggest banks needed bailouts. The stock market dropped white thousands spend spend of people's 4. Savings so yeah something to worry about. It's their natural that the word recession makes us very nervous dome director of Economic Research at the Conference Board. We often say every recession is different although recessions themselves recur and have common sequences so oh just because we had a very deep recession in two thousand eight doesn't necessarily mean the next recession will be <hes> like that some are actually quite brief and then not all violent as the great recession that defined as a period when the economy me stops growing and start shrinking one measure of that is when the gross domestic product declines for six months in a row but economists look at retail sales incomes and employment to measures that Sarah Cohen and Lenore Sanchez can relate to having seen layoffs at work in the last recession. We've been through before we know what to do. What do you do? I think a lot of people would like that. Advice wisely spent what you make. Stay to the necessities not the once. I know that even if there is a recession there is eventually recovery and hopefully the next one won't leave as many long lasting memories. I'm Jack Shoe for marketplace. One reason a lot of people are talking recession right now. Is that while the U._S.. Economy is doing all right. Much of the rest of the world isn't as we've been telling you there are slowdowns brewing in China and in Europe two of our biggest trading partners so as the governors of the Federal Reserve gets it to meet tomorrow and Wednesday with that global economy firmly top mind marketplace's Mitchell Hartman has some context several decades ago a slowdown in Asia or Europe likely wouldn't have spurred the Federal Reserve to try to boost growth by stimulating the U._S. economy but after the global financial crisis and great recession says Paul Ashworth at capital economics we've seen how integrated integrated areas of the global economy within signs of pretty worrying slowdown in Europe. I'm thinking of a slowdown in Asia too. I think the Fed concerns is that could spill over into the U._S.. The U._S. economy he has already been slowing down this year without any help. From the rest of the planet thinks in part to the fading effects of the 2017 tax cuts now says economists Joe Bruce Swell us at our S._I._M.. Consulting the trump administration's nations escalating tariffs on imports and other countries retaliatory tariffs on our exports have exposed U._S.. Farmers and manufacturers to increase economic risk that uncertainty tax caused by trade policy and those tariffs 'cause business investment to contract by five point five percent in the second quarter Bruce Willis says U._S.. Manufacturing is already on the brink of recession and the feds worried the global slowdown could send it over the edge. Meanwhile multinational companies have been scrambling to shift their production away from China to countries facing lower U._S.. Tariffs says Columbia University political economists Sharon o'halloran Lord of those jobs from China moving to Vietnam. Tom Cambodia moving to Mexico all of that churn in worldwide supply chains is disruptive and costs money and maybe one reason for the recent slowdown in global growth. I'm Mitchell Hartman for

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"splaine" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"splaine" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

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"splaine" Discussed on Sleep With Me

Sleep With Me

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"splaine" Discussed on Sleep With Me

"The transfer splaine till we were out there walking like where this behind the duck pond, you go through some Brambles in this a hike, and it's nice. You get a lot of birds sound. Nds within everything gets a little hazy in this time. Normally, it's not all cotton candy, but like Olsen you open to world where there's it's a little bit fuzzy this time, it was kind of like a different shea like a rainbow or a. Like, whatever it's called like fading colors spectra MacOS, just which we in the oranges in red Salako. So if you had rainbow just oranges in breads in it seemed to be some sort of like baked Alaska from that. I've seen in movies. I don't know if ever had that awake and the edges were walking out. And they said what's going on said, oh goes going to tell you about this is transverse splaine. This is where we do the team building in Michigan. You know, mission questing and focusing in repurposing because they really like then I also I voided like actual deep human personal connection telling them what a big fan. I was what they were doing until we were standing there in the middle of this vibrant baked Alaska like teetering at the intersection of multiple universes in. It's just a big fan ears wanna make. Sure, they said, well, we kinda have and I said well. This is first plane doesn't work. We can't really can't we're on a mission. Now in actually, the trainer splaine is exists with some sort of great purpose were teaches life lessons in and they say was it real or nad because you know, sometimes you get your elbow scraped in real life less and and just padded shoulders, and we walked further in the next thing. I knew I was actually observing them. They were like, I was now a narrator. Observing them entering this world in a two of them. We got they kept walking eventually it stopped being a shades of orange and red baked Alaska spectrum end they walked into now. This has never happened before easer they walked into nut lake. Trying to think of the way to describe it like a benign nothingness el-sayed just do because it was like a it. Will it didn't seem like where they were just floating. Now, they are both comfortable because also I was narrating I are like IRL for them, or I guess IRL because ultimately inter inter sees of universes impossible timelines. But like I was an area the whole time even for them. So it was comforting. You don't wanna Pat myself on the back, but I, you know, my Neri Shen can become I think I think we could all agree on the head. And then the the they then I the looked at me in a realize they were kinda looking at me 'cause they were hearing something other than me. So then I stop narrating, which you know, I don't do in the podcast except for like punk for punch lines. But because these are musicians I was aware of it because I'm podcasters it was something sonically happening. So they weren't another reason. It was comforting was they weren't in nothingness. They were in realm in this discussion that went on between the two of them observing things as musicians there in realm of pure is sound, but not just your Sinek sound pure just music in again, this is in another NAN for for like a world is like if you listen back when I analyzed what's beyond the force for mention ladder, those dimensions that either that did

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Spotify now #1 for podcasts in Spain, Indonesia and India

podnews

03:32 min | 3 years ago

Spotify now #1 for podcasts in Spain, Indonesia and India

"Spotify is continuing to grow. It's now the number one podcast player in India Spain and Indonesia report vox nest unsurprisingly says a different piece of research. Spotify users are far keener on podcasts. The news of Pandora. Some BBC podcasts are back in Google podcasts following a spat last week or search for BBC woman's hour. For example, finds the podcast within the app, but closer look reveals that the RSS feed and others like it is being republished by the BBC's advertising partner acoss, and the BBC's block is still in place. It's not clear whether this is a deliberate move. Now, the ability for anyone to copy RSS feeds and have their copies automatically show up in Google podcasts was mentioned to us by different public service broadcaster while we were at radio days Europe. Their concern was that spikes versions of RSS feeds with edited content. Could be made available bringing the broadcaster into disrepute or spreading fake news. We think they have a point is no, clear and obvious way. To know that that podcast is not coming directly from the BBC. In other news audio boom have posted record quarterly revenue four point six million US dollars. The company has also signed up a number of new shows and says that it's revenue per thousand listens is up sixty seven percent to twenty three dollars seventy seven. Ben cave has joined apple podcasts in a senior role and moves to California. He's worked for apple for eight years and was previously with production company. Something else formerly known as kimberlite as absorption podcast platform called blow promises to make it easy. Fuel fans to pay feel podcasts podcast Castro. Also announces a new personalization feature at eight o'clock Pacific this morning link in our show notes in our newsletter will. Work from then Paul Chater has announced Twenty-one data. Partnerships have podcast websites and apps using pod chaser. Created data services include radio public player. FM and pod news. Our editor James credit. That's me says pod news links to portray Zor from our podcast pages. Whenever we mentioned a podcast in our free daily newsletter. Poltrak have released some data about podcast categories, news and comedy are the fastest growing categories. According to the company important caveats. It's only relevant for the US and only relevant for those podcasts at measure through Padraig, but rain has analyzed the data revealing possibly served podcast categories. A textbook example of marketing podcast is James corden comments about chubby actors being typecast as funny friends rather than love interests made on the David Tennant podcasts from something else. The comments were widely reported in the UK, including ATV, the guardian the BBC the independent metro and many. More Tom Webster and another guy were interviewed after their session at radio days. You're willing to a video of that NPR is looking for a podcast audience strategist in Washington DC in the US and in podcasts, filling a void in podcasting and online culture, Derek manned, splaine's, it all contains a white man explaining things to people who aren't like him the white man in question is New York City based stand up comedian, Derek Humphry who's actually using this to understand other cultural groups, but don't let that get in the way.

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"splaine" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"splaine" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"Believing. The worst about yourself like whoever whoever craps on me, the most is probably the right person because they're telling me the truth. They way people compliment you guys. Every over every now, and again, I haven't had one. Again, like been can't hear it. He doesn't register in his ears. And it doesn't register in my ears. Very well either. I almost cannot hear that. I think it's a very human thing though to always trying to be too tend to be your worst critic and our worst enemy because you know, yourself better than anyone else. Therefore, you must know the deep the deepest roots of your inadequacies. And then it's almost like this idea of seeking out those negative comments the ones that cut to the core. And they say, oh, yeah. See I was right. All along. Because this is what I already believed what these people they're saying. It's nice. I don't believe that. Therefore, you know, it's it's not true. It's a tough world out there. It's a tough world hard balance to strike, right? It's about mental health and mental wellness and being good to yourself and not to Chad splaine or anything. But I do feel like this is a mental health issue in a lot of ways. Yeah. If you are. Doing that way. There's nothing I or anyone here could say to you to probably make you feel better in this moment, if you're feeling this way right now, but there are people out there who really do care about you. And really do think you're a great person. Whether you want to believe that or not it's true. There's probably a lot of undiagnosed depression and anxiety in social stuff that's going on here too. Bring us to a lighter note. Everybody hates to hear. You are not alone song coincidentally written by our Kelly Lam. People don't know I just found that out to end on a lighter note, if you feel like reaching out to someone and you just want someone to chat with I would like to introduce you to something called call a Swede. Sweden has this number until give you an a second where you can call people and get connected to a random Swedish person it is four six seven seven one seven nine three three three six. So it might be a little bit of an adventure brighten your day. I believe I don't know if it's still open, but give it a ring. And if that number doesn't work you can contact us directly via phone. Yes. We are one eight three three has TD w y t k leave a message. If you're feeling some type of way, we we'll have your number. So we might call back. Who knows you know, you can also you can reach us on Instagram Facebook and Twitter, you can reach the best part of this show, your fellow listeners on our Facebook community page. Here's where it gets crazy. And you know, I'll say if you want to reach out to someone you can find me directly on Instagram.

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"splaine" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"splaine" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"W F LA the home of lightning hockey, twelve minutes after five what did you call this this morning? What we're getting what we're about? Not yet. Aqua blast twenty nine. Aqua blast. Yeah. That's going to be the big feature the morning and right now the most of the bay area is engulfed in some pretty heavy storms. The good news is they'll be over before nine o'clock in all probability. But the bad news is that's when we got the heavy traffic is between now and nine o'clock this morning, but us it's easy. We're in here. We're not even gonna see it. Yeah. And wants it. Well, Jeff was looking at it. He told me it's already started here. Newspapers don't get all wet too too late. I'm going to wear them if they aren't okay. Fens on how you would him. Anyway, we we'll keep an eye on this. And there is some pretty severe activity on my sad. So just keep an eye out for that the big story. Of course, we had five killed in shootings at the Bank in Seib ring. And it's perplexing. Nobody knows exactly what's caused this. Why this guy did it? This guy's Zaphon Xaver. They've got him in custody. Now, he's the guy that called the police and said that he was shooting the place up basically, and they came in and tried to get them out of their trim central credit union free checking traffic center, we're in pretty good shape on the road, so far, but we do have some heavy weather rolling into the area. So do you use extreme caution driving were already weather's so bad? We wanted to give you traffic report. You heard it again there. I just don't understand what. We we've talked about mental health. Clearly, there's mental health issues here. The amazing thing is do with the story on that thing. I quote here. Sharon splaine is a family friend of Xavier's family, and he told channel eight that he's a very normal. He's definitely a normal person. I would have never in a million years thought anything like this would have ever have happened. She said, so they just snap. I'm and we've heard this before, and we always hear this you, you know, use their indications though, there's something, you know, something on social media or dig if we really dig, and we will in the next couple of days what what was going on in this kid's life at home. May did he have that one moment where he just snapped? But what's that moment? Like in your hike. None of us can relate to it. Where you are something has gone so wrong where you're going to take other people's lives. And you don't even care like you're calling the police yourself trying to get away with anything. Rob today. You're not trying to rob the Bank that I don't understand which is just as strange as it can be. But anyway, we'll talk more about it coming up because there's a movie comparison. If you remember what movie that is? We'll talk about that straight.

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"splaine" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"splaine" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"I mean slack with. What's like has going for it is people love it. Yeah. Yeah. Even in like personal aspects, it's not just for teams that are, you know, companies working on things the plenty of people have created slacks just to hang out with the friends from all over so interesting. So teams is going to be a threat. And now, you know, something Wesley about a redesign that I didn't know about or is it was in their announcement about the logo. They're talking about. They're going to be changing their interface, resting Snapchat. Did you do that at your peril? Remember, snapchat. I think really took a hit from the redesigned people hate it. I think that was especially because celebrities got involved and said, oh, I hate the way that it looks down. I'm not using it ever again that Courtney that Kardashian. I'm thinking Lowy. Didn't riana say no, well, no re- honoree on Yana. Liana? I don't know that somebody who said you're. You're mills planning your millenniums planning to me. I need to be mills mills splaine mill splaine it. I can't remember who it was. But perhaps one of the Kardashians. Did I have no idea? But whenever the celebrities hop on that and say, oh, you know, I don't like this thing. Then there are people who follow in suit. And the fact is Snapchat has never made any sense ever. So why don't like them changing the way that the apple setup? It's just like, oh, well, this is just another thing that I don't understand how attentional feature that they figured the best way to to go viral with an app is to make it completely opaque and how to use it. But the one kid who figured out how to use it. We get all this status by showing all his friends, and then they'd get status by showing their friends, and it would make it go viral. I thought it was like a brilliant marketing ploy. But man, that's that's that's clever. I know I know that I whenever because like the the when I started working at I'm more the way that I got that job was actually writing this, huge guide on Snapchat. Humil- splaine's Snapchat. Explain it to myself though, because I haven't really used the app before. And so I ask some of my friends who are regular Snapchat users. Like, hey, am I forgetting anything and then they're like, yeah. They're like all of these other things was tough gestures and like. Yeah. So the old slack logo. Now. I'm now I'm kind of obsessed by this looked like the hashtag it was like a number sign. And now, it looks like I'm telling you Smurfs sweat looks like I don't know what's going on. It's I but but again, it's just the logo guys. I don't I don't really. But I understand why people get upset when change happens. So it'll be interesting to watch. Oh, here's here's their original. This is the problem that you were talking about was just looks like if freshly ten nobody. Yeah. Nobody can reproduce it. That is a good point. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. That makes sense. How say those images there like what different people wasn't the team have done, and you go what? But see, here's the interesting thing. I didn't read this blog post. I just saw I all one day I woke up and my phone look different. And that's all I didn't. I didn't you can write this. But nobody's I mean, we're you have to somehow mills planet to everybody. I love this term, by the way at the end of the blog post TLD. Are we changed the logo? But t go at the top kids just saying to say they didn't have a Bill to. That is Mike Sergey. We're going to get you to reboot. Mike, you're you're I don't know what happens to your internet. Maybe your neighbors are watching Bander snatch you something. I don't know. There's something. He's like, it's degrading fast mica is at chihuahuas dot coffee. And we love having him on the show whenever we can get them Sebastian. Peak is our newest player. He's the host of this week in computer hardware with Patrick Norton. I editor in chief at perspective thrilled to have you. Thank you for joining us Sebastian, Hugh, it'd be here and from Austin, Texas, he works at IBM and develop relations. This is good. This is like it's like the dating game. I'm introducing bachelor number three coming to us from Austin, Texas, Wesley Faulkner..

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