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"suwalki" Discussed on The Wisdom Podcast

The Wisdom Podcast

02:43 min | 3 weeks ago

"suwalki" Discussed on The Wisdom Podcast

"So after that he. He after he completed. Studying she became a teacher, I wanNA ask the INFO local monastery in Soto's shift. And he and he found that Neither monks, nor the teacher the at Mona XLII presented yearly Sierra Practice Wow Yup. They are the to become a priest to them how to do ceremonies. Charges and he didn't like it, so he escaped. This is a lineage of escaping institutions. It sounds. Yes. and. It's interesting. I am so you mentioned? He went to a Yoga Chara. Temple he was yoga temples in Japan. Was this at university? Can put or monastery both I mean. Hold you is. One of the oldest, but is tempering Japan. Established by Short Oktai, she I think fringe shorter. who was a person who? Accepted Buddhism. In Japan, Japanese, history and hold you. Temple was horns on a main one ASCII all. So a shoe. Halsall shoe is. Jeopardized Japanese a name for your teaching. While in so so there was this, so he really saw what was happening this Suwalki Grocery? So what was happening in the monastery? This became his emphasis on Zan along with the importance because he felt a real value of encountering something directly before you study it. Yeah, would Kush Chioma have studied? Then before he encountered like. Would he have followed the same sort of as? I. Think so even when he was studying western. Philosophy has studying Buddhism, but but not practice. And then I heard one thing that well. This is interesting because I heard one thing while Suzuki row. She was in America teaching. JAPA- Japanese forms then coach Yama was in Japan. Emphasizing Zana Ova Japanese ritual forms right so this. This feels like two different things going on in two different parts of the planet right? Yeah, yeah, is that? Do you think that's you know that's a generalization? But do you think it's a fair generalization of these two strings? Very interesting..

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"suwalki" Discussed on The Wisdom Podcast

The Wisdom Podcast

03:47 min | 3 weeks ago

"suwalki" Discussed on The Wisdom Podcast

"They stop using. So they could sleep. Wow, and and so they would still sleep in sitting position yes. Yes, while so that's you stay where you are, but you would slate. Yes, so literally they twenty four hours for seven days to seven days. So this is like so coach Yama Win Win. This master went and studied with Suwalki. Roshii this was like the training he would undergo. Yes, it's very interesting that it's fifteen minutes fifty, five, zero, five zero fifty minutes then than ten minutes of. Walking Meditation Walking Meditation of fifty minutes, seating ten minutes walking fifty minutes Tan all the way from two am to midnight. Yeah, except except city mead was on the show the X.. Throwing the meal while, and that would last for seven days is and the role of that. Was that a training? What was the hope if you went for seven days and trading like that? What was the hope? Will the purpose of doing such intense study? Practice I mean. You know so most famous thing. Is that ain't good for nothing? Good nothing that we go I. I had expected an answer like that. So, they just they just see so then I'm. So. OCOEE OSHII who very. Well known for emphasizing ZAN rather than the ritual meditation like the the rituals of the monastery. Yes, and so this is the lineage that you entered into this type of leaning Chinese. Tamara practice at that temple in that to a four three years three years. After three hours, be! At the end of their worldwide to you know they. They had to leave that emperor because to the rain talk your had to. Evacuate evacuate. From Tokyo, understate temple into countryside, so they had to leave. Wow, and so you this seven days. How often in a surfer three years and then? How often would you do the seven days? In. A year I think once a month once a month every month. How so twelve times a year maybe and then for the other three weeks of a month. What would you be doing in these monasteries? They do use your scheduled the morning then and. Morning savage. Chanting. Onto studied periodic and forty in the afternoon watching billiard. That was the. day skills you're. Okay, and then your teacher coach Yama, was he? Was He given? Did Suwalki Yoshi make him he's air or something like that. How does it work in in Soto? A. So Jim Morris practicing that to a research for three, and he had to leave the temporal and he he needs to moving around, so he became another formless monk. Homeless! Until nineteen, fourteen nine. I'd. Borrow emptied, improve empty. Temperament known they were. There are no for many members, so it's the empty without family member means without an income. Wow and so he stayed there that became his place so Oculus Bano that tim prove for his disciples..

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"suwalki" Discussed on The Wisdom Podcast

The Wisdom Podcast

03:15 min | 3 weeks ago

"suwalki" Discussed on The Wisdom Podcast

"You mentioned that you discovered a book that sort of set you on your down a path and that book was called self. It was by show which Yama, so I was wondering how you came upon that. and. What was in that book? That really spoke to you. When I was seventeen years old I was a high school shooting in Osaka. And I didn't like school system. And I have A. Friend who didn't exclude neither. So. We are always talking and complaining about. Japanese education system and <hes> value system when Japanese, society at the time you know, definitely Pru, why what very hard to make money to make <hes>? Afterward what to Japan were very poor, so they have to restore them <hes> prosperity. So they walk God and. We didn't like walking heartful. Make money we. I addressed. I wanted to find some <hes>. Meaning of more making money. And that school? You know teachers teach us. We have to study hard to go to our Christie Jess. University And that is to get a good job got means to make good money and I couldn't find any meaning. OBE live in that way over F. So we are in the intervals. And <hes> I often escaped from grass room and a win to a laboratory school library. Under or <hes> many books about philosophy. On Cy, young son and so forth. And <hes> that friend has some Wa Food New Anti Z.. <hes> to two. So the pass on went to on to practice. Who is a does? Qudos Shonda. Under G is a monastery in Kyoto. Is that is that? Yes I live with ing or soccer. On Growth from Osaka. So. During the summer vacation, the friend went to untie visited and ties understated therefore. I think about two weeks. On that was the year nineteen sixty five that that was. Like after was published, the first book on that was <hes>. Or the set of soul. My friend was staying at anti-g. He gave a copy of Bush's a book to his friend. And after he came back from as he, he allowed me to read that book. That was how I. Studied to read that book so. You you. You had more like poetic sensibility that didn't. You know that. May You know

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"suwalki" Discussed on The Wisdom Podcast

The Wisdom Podcast

04:04 min | 3 weeks ago

"suwalki" Discussed on The Wisdom Podcast

"The great pleasure of speaking with Shawki Mirror Roshii Japanese Soto Zen priest and revered writer and translator. Okay Miro, she is also the founder and current Abbot of the Sunshine Zan Community in, Bloomington Indiana. In this conversation you, he accumulated row. She tell powerful stories, not only from his own life, but from the lives of his teaches zen master Kosho Gucci in the Great Kodo Suwalki Roshii, one of the most influential Sodas and teaches of the twentieth century. Off camera she explains the emphasis on Zan of a monastic rituals within his lineage drawing parallels to both duggan's teachings as well as he's on personal encounters with Zan. You'll also hear how this emphasis on Zane has played out in his development as a practitioner as well as his development as a translator. I so much enjoyed this conversation and I hope you. You mentioned that you discovered a book that.

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"suwalki" Discussed on The Corner

The Corner

10:39 min | 5 months ago

"suwalki" Discussed on The Corner

"As well. There's a quality control party. I Guess Cardi B.'s. Like one of the people with On the label. Whatever they stripper party? I'll give you the name. It's the million dollar bowl. They're expecting a million dollars thrown in the air for these strippers estimates. have it around five hundred strippers. Participating in this video came out. I could barely call some of these women. Strippers they were doing. They weren't even working. I don't know what they were doing. It was a mild shiver at best and hoping to get money the throne on them and then there's other videos where people are sweeping up the money into their pants jeans and purses taking home and at the end of it all strippers are saying they left with one thousand one hundred dollars for the night. I don't feel bad for them. I I really don't like going and flying somewhere to strip for the super bowl a month. Five hundred other people. I say you get what you get and especially lazy strippers. But I have the worst strip club etiquette. What was the vibes like? I don't know if you partook in like you know going just taking out the scenery grab me some wings or something from a strip venue down there. But I'm sure you saw people walking around. What was it like down there even at the parties where people really trying to spend money or was it that? y'All I'm here with the weekend the fake flavors and the strippers got a point. There were people not don't any dollars in disturbance out there starving. Now hoping for a buddy pass to get home all right so I got a story to tell but I'm GonNa hold that. Oh I I didn't get taking any of the wildness. Believe this million dollar Bo was add. Live in my right. Was it live. Oh I will look at what venue it was at all right and live had to have the best marketing because the super bowl letter. The Roman numerals were live so the easiest thing should be printing money so I'm assuming assuming it was there but correct go ahead and look at them creamy but a friend of mine who longtime ago is the event coordinator live and so so. If that was their devante happened to be there after this baby mama incident. He was unpacking unpacking money to throw and it was like I've seen video this. It was insane. I didn't I didn't go. I was busy working. You like official Super Bowl media events which was like a bunch of lame journalists journalists some cool people but for the most part. You know it wasn't like wasn't super bowl right so but there was a hybrid in Miami because like when I had to go from the Convention Vegeta- center where all the radio super bowl activity was to like we're bleacher. report was which was like a win. Would wherever you could see. Actually actually you could smell it like between the strippers and the fate goal. Like you could spell it all on the air. Everybody was down there floss in and it which is a big mix up so I can only imagine what it was like with the royal rumble of strippers. Because some of y'all get tossed out. I saw a couple of. You'RE GONNA make it to the end some. Oh you had no business being there so I'm not mad at anybody who went down there hoping that we're going to get paid and left with eleven hundred dollars. Look eleven dollars is more than a lot of people left with the Miami. So that's what you get so you got someone you. It was expensive to hell to get there now storytime since partaking this. I'm going to tell you guys about Party that I went to where money was getting thrown around what my etiquette was so few years ago several years ago once a Memorial Day party in Vegas and with Wall Dang In a bunch of people von Miller was their Shar Lewis. was there a bunch of the people there. It was at like light. Or One of these clubs can't remember So has a table get a table. Come in the table now while Jerry user cheap for stereotypical purposes they don't like to really spend money but they haven't table earlier in the day. We I think they went Kendrick. Something like that can't remember. We all went out. Goes this club. And it's insane Suwalki in money's falling on us and I'm looking around and my wife is actually with which is crazy but with me my sister-in-law's with me mold videography from Jay z's lifetimes has had to be like six seven years ago. It was like when welding was an all star. That's how long it was and the party's going money's flying through and I'm looking at my wife lives looking at me and it was like money on the floor at our feet and she looks at me. She's like yellow. We suppose like just leave it here. And I'm like I don't know and like von Miller got the table behind us and he's throwing money like everywhere girls going nuts. All this stuff is happening like here. This goes act like you've been here before and she's not picking up the money so I'm sitting there and I'm like damn man like all my joe. Oh I mean I'm not broke but I'd be a fool like if you walk down the street and just see money on the phone you know. Pick it up because you gotTa Act like you've been here before fuck that so all standing there and this is the breaking point for me laws. Throwing money got a bottle his brothers there. My boy amp is there like would drink drinking a lot. So money's falling from the sky and they're like some pimp comes only so it was like he's like the windfall money there was like a five dollars billions on my shoulder and I'm standing there and look at it and I'm like what am I supposed to do this army now wall. Dang plus the five dollar bill off my shoulder looks me dead in the face and says get money my brother that was it from that point on all bets were off we scooped up when dog are. We came away that night we bow our rack. This is all thanks for blue all day if I see him again. I don't know if you remember. Who Does this regularly at the club? But yes the brother saw the five dollar bill. He put it off my shoulders. Get money my brother. Put it in his pocket and all bets were off from that point we you know we weren't like scrambling to get the money but if somebody like fell on you sweep boom boom get it. I sweet step on one hundred dollars you step on. Get that I'm like. I'm time shoes. I'm GonNa get you know one hundred up. We left the club at least Iraq at least at least Iraq. They have the worst strip club etiquette. And it's all well. Yeah but I don't care. Listen I am married with child. I am a grown man and I could give fuck with anybody else. Thinks about me picking up money. Because if he's doing if Blue Wall Dang is taking money off of my shoulder and putting it in his pocket say no after like eighty billion dollars worth of contracts this probably before those but still this is right around that deal with the Bulls before he got traded to my Miami or before he went to the Lakers. Whatever it happened but yeah so for me see what I see stuff like that and I see people like when I see stripper say only came away with eleven hundred dollars? You could have just picked the money that was feet at some point in the club instead of trying to act like you been there before now you act like stuck at the airport down trying to figure out. You won't get home so I guess they sweep it all up and then they got a split it for one hundred five ways. He's couldn't be me. There's no way he'll that if I work at a strip club and I'm a stripper and I'm stripping and all of this. Money is flying my way I went for somebody else scuba to give you my half. I'm getting Margaret. Now right now. Anything in this radius is mine. Try to take you. Don't we waiting tables we strip. I ain't no rules to this shit. Give me the money Behan now. Archaic does any Security Guard trying to take the money right if I was a stripper. My Song when I stripped would be biggies. GimMe the loot strip clubs at all. Not at all but that night if I'm a bad one I'm playing Gimme the loot and somebody in Tim's throw a bunch of money and I'll be like thank you. Transparency transparency drains all for taking the money from strippers. All right. Let's I don't throw money at strip clubs. I have have a firm. I throw five dollars all night policy so I go. I get five once I stay away from the stage so I'm not forced to throw money and occasionally girls doing something very very phenomenal on the poll. I will go up there and they won dollar on the stage and then sit back down knowing knowing. I can only do this five times all night. So you really gotTa Wow me. There's oftentimes and leave the club about two dollars pocket. Why because there? It wasn't five five girls worthy of getting a dollar that night so I I have strict plan. I don't get dances. No loud dances in the back. No boom boom rooms. None of that for me. I did that once on like my bachelor party. The first one and it was ridiculous. Yes I said the first one is you. You know multiple marriages but yeah I spent like four hundred four hundred dollars on a chick but to be fair she was like six one like to fifteen. Just just beautiful just but muscular not China muscular but Brazilian or something. She can take all that money. Oh she spent it well so since that day I don't throw money the strippers you know they come sit on your lap and like hey they converse I'm the master at talking to strippers out. We'll talk about Yo their life plan and all this stuff. We have interesting jobs. Obviously they always want to hear about our jobs house and then you look up forty five minutes later. Oh So do you WANNA dance. No no thank you. And then they're tight and they walk away because conversations isn't investment but I'm Kelly. I didn't know this about you. You're a you have a stripping whisper and you cheap that's all that's good as cheap as they come in the Strip club. Yeah for what for what I go to that is. Free dancing on me is free and at this point in twenty nine thousand nine hundred. I've seen twenty in one. Twenty two twenty twenty women irregular cubs have less on than women. Extra Strip clubs. So what are you providing me. And he damn showing.

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"suwalki" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

01:35 min | 6 months ago

"suwalki" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"Yongqing Year? And you know what's going on my skype man acting real Janke right not a man also great number smash out the Charles for that May Suit man shout out to Tony Harrison. Detroit stand up to you. Know say credit where I can get those numbers though. I'm good to hear them numbers. Especially you know what I'm saying consider service. It was the weekend before the holidays. You know everybody was probably are trying to get an and they still decided to come back and watch that fight. You know what I'm saying. That's good the airmen. I'm pretty sure that the press conference in the not animosity in story building up to a definitely helped out with it way you saying to fly. I too was that two point two would up. Pluses was peak numbers. No one of the main event where for the fight now big numbers for the main event a- and The main event you know not only did they get a boost but had average like one point eight man. That's that's good to hear man. Suwalki made a very valid point on this Sister Josh will find like we definitely need to stop worrying about the numbers though. If we'RE NOT GONNA push for for the good fight. So that's the reason that that their fighters such good numbers good have you seen since the Joshua fight. No no no. I'm just saying because you know I knew Josh Belcher was GonNa go back into the whole promotional fifty million. He turned out to a twenty back and forth with our Latin. I'm like Wean. Get tired of you wasting talk about that. Let's just push for.

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"suwalki" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

04:30 min | 8 months ago

"suwalki" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

"New York City originally not from Indonesia. And we'RE GONNA play Burger kill in a little bit and they are Indonesia's well so we were. Indonesia was representing in Pittsburgh on Sunday night and my band. Twenty temporarily called twenty thousand metal. Dick's temporarily temporary. I I do all we can think of is like pervy like that's guys. It's like jared got a bad name. He texts me. It's like it's Dick Splitter. I liked fist full of assholes. That's the one I always pick fit heads or some I don't know but we got wasn't Madinat. Maybe fistful of assholes. Maybe I'll exit to the guys life. They'll be like what we're looking for like a good name. We need like a really killer name because if you have a killer name then that fills in all the marketing and then then like figuring out. What the logo and all that is become super easy so help us out? You've got some good band names strokes. We aren't metal okay. We are more like an alternative hard rock kind of sound. They sound awesome. We do so we'd see sound good. We are good band and thank you very much. THAT LILLY SUE walk walkout. Let me give you guys the the down low on Sue Waka here. You may find Suwalki at Sioux tribe dot com. Tom Easy enough tribe. They have their own tribe. I love it great band. Super Friendly Dude. Just awesome really had a good time. So SUWALKI TRIBE DOT COM. Check them out. Okay we are talking. We'll get into the Yes Do you want to know a little bit about before you get into our accounting and you're a little bit about the origins of the devil in rock music. Go forward I mean. Do you guys want to know a little bit about this. I I really for some reason. I don't know why but this topic just really kind of rang my bell. I grew up in a an evangelical Christian upbringing and rock. Music was forbidden. It was The Devil's music but it this idea that music certain music could be evil or the devil's music is not a new thing. There was there was classical music that you know people. The the church had condemned this big band music. A let's see here Saxophone when they were when they first come more. Viewed as with suspicion. Suspicion was a scandalous instrument who was banned by Pope Pious. The tenth in one thousand nine hundred three I did not. That's pretty cool. Yeah because Ah we're used a belt out. Jazz that aroused Lou. Dancing makes me WANNA listen on eighty s music with saxophone provoked alarm and outrage the devil knew a Lotta tempt after all With an apple or sexy rhythm and four-time in the twenties jazz band in hundreds of public dance halls. Interesting interesting. There was any time anything happen. You Know Oh. The experts are blaming the new jazz syncopated rhythms trouble. No one knows. That's for sure. Eighteenth Century Cleric said that the devil has the best tunes some which you will find in our playlist tonight as we talk about headed by Jelly Roll. Morton recorded a devil related song called BOOGER BOO classical music. Had aroused consternation over Don Smith cobs and immoral symphonies. Now I want you guys listen. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA turn off the background music from what you guys. Listen to this. This is a piece called Sonata engy minor but It's called the devil's trill. I know the Kartini. Now what you guys to give this this one a little bit of a listen I got. I got to turn off the of the background music as you hear. Classical music is unlike pop. Music has dynamics and if you Cloud requires requires very close listening. So let's go ahead and check this out TORTILLA KNEES VIOLENT SONATA NUMBER ONE IN G minor..

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"suwalki" Discussed on Passion Business Podcast

Passion Business Podcast

13:35 min | 1 year ago

"suwalki" Discussed on Passion Business Podcast

"Yeah like if you're by yourself a neuro editor animals are all and and I don't know you out of a cave and you get eaten by not good and if if if the group <unk> l._s. about it and and you're done for so I think sort of like the fear of not belonging as really really deep yeah. I think so too yeah the <hes>. I guess I guess the thing. Is this the if this seems to be that that either stability in all fulfillment. Fulfillment and excitement and I must out con B._C.. ICON be agree like from my experience a convenient way with that because I action started my own business because that's what <hes> you know this thing that you know you always is your little one restructuring away from being out of a job and that really started to sort of shut up like I started my business. I was like thirty nine or something and and I thought <hes> you know and I could see the whole itchy industry shifting and and I thought like this this is going to get difficult in a like now it was. I don't like it was still that's okay I could contract with Finnish project would finish up and like okay yeah. There's nothing else right now here and it would just hey you know yeah a couple of phone calls and she couldn't get another job in an open. I thought well you know go beyond fourteen go beyond fifteen. This is going to vote yeah. I think you touched a really good point so I think perhaps that would be better too tainted to perceive the politics. I think people often think that Oh if I'm working for somebody it's safer that working for myself which I think in some ways that's true and in other ways that isn't because there are basically you basically have one declined declined fires you. You're a worse situation on if you have five or ten clients and one doesn't want to work with you anymore so there is often more diversification. Let's happens when you have a business or or maybe different incomes dreams and at least more control over how you know when when also it's like you take all the credit you take responsibility but at least you know you though the boat you know. There's something that you don't like the way it's going. You have the power to Suwalki. That's not going to have to get creative and do something else that he knew in the company. Nothing in a bigger company gets worse than there's always somebody somebody else who tells you how to do things and you know and then two departments merge and your your out and it doesn't mean anything to mess nothing to do with you you know and then if you happen to be you know like yeah. Let's say an age group where it's difficult to actually this seems to be more vulnerable to me then yeah you know being my own boss where you know I can make the changes that make sense in that moment so it's actually opened that the seeped unsal the perceived certainty when you think about it with dealing with uncertainty all the time right like you know the only thing that certain as death in Texas yes sir all they say how'd you like. How do you like in the state? Yeah is really interesting. I never expect to all the changes that came from being an bicultural marriage. Neither my husband nor I think we both Kinda thought like we'll be married and will be the same person and then suddenly I'm noticed saying oh I'm becoming more American becoming more German. It's quite an interesting shift to your identity. Especially innocence. I didn't really have said on my radar wasn't like ever planning on moving here. It wasn't really I think it would have been different if we met while US already living near or if he had moved to Germany and then we meet but it is such a shift on such a deep level evil in terms of identity and like just seeing all all these condition names and so on and it's not like I have left Alford like wasn't Canada for year in high school. I wasn't in Spain for your in Vietnam so I left for short periods in other countries so it's not like like new shooting being elsewhere. I think I was always pretty culturally aware and want to say culturally sensitive kind of like knowing how cultures are different and so on and so forth but it's so different in its permanent is like I'm always GonNa be big American because I'm married UNAMERICAN and there's not even like any choice about it just as there's not a choice about who you are based on where you were born and I think that's really interesting to to see that yeah. It actually opens up some interesting little treads. I guess like this this communication that home and I think it actually is worse. Actions speak the same language our interesting because he kept exclusively because you sort of thing. I think it's action more tricky than say to somebody. I don't know like just an extreme example somebody from China by it and don't speak the same language so we have very cancel in double checking whether we really talk about the same thing because we have a you'll cultures like so a away a mine and so we expect a lot of misunderstandings but but when it's like some of a lot closer and when you do speak the same language I think there's there's a lot of room for misunderstanding that only comes out like locally to win. It's like Oh but did you find that and I think the thing is also. I think there's this assumption that Oh the U._S.. In Europe a pretty close culturally I think they're not at all <hes>. They really aren't but but I guess because so. Many people in the U._S. are originally from European send. It seems to be that way but there's such a world of difference and I think that's that's really interesting and for me to see and also to see how it shifting my way I see the wool because I think you know we're always shaped to some extent by the culture around us either where in opposition to the culture or cadillacs or it's generally a mixture of both and I think it's fascinating. I think it would be good for most people to kind of just experience a cultures on a deep level and it's such a good way to notice once on blind spots and the blind spots off the culture. You're in too yeah. It goes both ways for sure but it does really unveil a substance. Will they all yeah yeah yeah yeah because I lived in Australia and I had exactly that same things like no. It was like <hes> I also actually funny. You say that these that that thing that I sport. It's culturally pretty similar while at actually wasn't yeah so. How long have you been in the states in the mail three years okay yeah so what are what are your plans minds? Have you any brands all are you. Somebody doesn't plan all where do you see yourself in. I don't know you to three yeah so obviously have sort of like a general direction isn't that I want to move into so right now. I'm becoming more and more interested in. I guess we could say the discussions are aren't leadership specifically authentic leadership shop and so I think I'm going to look more into that. As we go forwards I am also just in terms of my own business in the process of shifting more towards you know working with less one on one with people enjoying more things that's a bit more scalable in terms of reaching more people and so on and so forth so that's also happening yeah and I mean in general Israel. It's been my expectation that on average my life has gotten better each year. I'm expecting to think like one of those things that it's really positive have positive about being being dedicated to unsown growth typically stuff actually does tend to get better. I mean in the last year I dealt with a lot of loss and grease so obviously that wasn't pleasant at all aw and that's not something I would include in the old things are getting better and I think that's something that you can't really influence. It's always something that can deal with so if I don't look at those external circumstances <unk> getting better all the time so expect that like three years from now. I'm going to feel even more confident in my skin. I'm more even more clear but what I'm doing. I'm more engaged in conversations with other people have more of off you not just the network of people that are interested about the same things and so on and so forth so yeah that sounds fantastic the related to the life gets better yeah. That's definitely and there's always that when when the age thing comes up and this is like Oh you know you're getting older and I I said it when I was like when I wasn't even thirty and I said well you know the the here that I look back to last year synagogue. Ought you know like last year was better. That's when I saw worrying about age you know but that just hasn't happened it. Always that sense like Oh actually you know but more like you said from that. Not a stop or unpleasant stuff isn't happening around around me but it's just not that in a sense of peace and confidence and being comfortable in my own skin. That seems that's that keeps getting better so there's US great Claude. It's not that we change. Just we get older and smarter that we see. It's more that we come more for. We are or something like all that's the end and I think that's probably why he kind of likes. Worry less about what doesn't matter and more about what matters worse and then I think the other thing is also. I don't really see myself as h anymore. It's more like a timeless. Get what I mean. Light like like the timeless timeless version of yourself or it's like yeah you know like I'm somewhere between two and two hundred depending depending on the time of day I asked both like this toddler and the super wise all Seoul staged on media and everything in between so that's amazing. I love that love it. That's a myth so if there's one piece of advice you could. You've somebody who's <hes> sitting there and hating Mondays yeah so I think the most important thing I would say is to not ignore that feeling as a think life tends to get worse if if we ignore warning signs so I think the worst thing that can happen to people is if they are in a situation that's bad but not bad enough to take action so I think thinks sometimes hitting rock bottom can actually be a good thing if it gets us to make a necessary change and stopping just before we hit that bottom is actually worse than heading. It's I agree. So yeah I actually actually have video about that..

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"suwalki" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"suwalki" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Jamie Markley databa- at camp. There Scott Robbins. Pretty cool story out of Austria, David. Yeah. Well, they got the Australian family got some good luck. They found a gold nugget value tens of thousands of dollars while they're walking the dog. Whoa. Emily's father two daughters. They don't want to be named. They were out with their dog happens to be named lucky by the way. He's going to know who it is. Now. They they came across the gold nugget. The father told a local newspaper. I actually walked right past it. But my daughter pretty much kicked it as she was walking. She goes dad is this gold. I said I think it might be they weighed the nugget at a nearby supermarket. The I barely you can just do that you walk in and say, hey, I got this gold nugget. Can I use the thing that you the awake cabbage on way? Didn't know. Yes. That's terrible. Strip next. No. That's. Okay. Nice. The gold nugget way twenty ounces or one point two five pounds. They say it's worth about twenty four grand wome. To sell it as a whole. It's probably worth a little bit more than that. But they're gonna they're they're really obviously, very happy about this. Because they have come into some hard financial times recently. What has your dog done for you lately? Happy tennis ball the other day. That's good nothing in their very valuable to the dog. Yes. My daughter moved back in for the summer and put a lot of stuff in the rec room dog had fun with that got into the tea party. I mean, just it's just a mess down there. It's one thing after another. It was funny about that. Sorta me is you know, the people didn't want to be named but they gave the name of the dog. Yeah. Suwalki talking to a neighbor of mine. This wasn't that long ago. And I was asking what's the name of the family lives in it's like eight houses down because I see him out with the dog. And I know the name of the dog mazy, I don't know their name, and he started to tell me that's how I really got to know the names of the neighbors because for the longest time I could remember every dog's name, but then trying to connect it to the people. And then be like, okay. So Baxter goes with John and Lisa, and then there's Sam and that goes with Tyler and Janet and okay. This is how I can remember names. It was all through the dog. Does make sense it works, man. That's how I remember. My wife's name Dexter. Brian. Caitlyn may go with they go with that lady who lives with me. And her name is. Chelsea Chelsea very good. Wow. Okay question. Everybody drinks coffee here. Yes. Everybody, and there's definitely some coffee better than others. That's true. And when you get a great Cup of coffee like man, this is really good. Take that taste and go another, you know, another level of tasting good. How much would you pay for that? Like the ultimate for your taste buds. It's him. Twenty four hour here. Sure. Okay. Eight dollars. I'll go ten that. That's the most. Yeah. That's my limit that you would ever pay. I wouldn't I would never spend double digits on..

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"suwalki" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"suwalki" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

"One hundred percent deposit match bonus for the live casino at bet. The sl. It's only a game on till you bet it Monday Thursday format here with the vendors box as you know, coming up after the weekend. We'll have another edition of the Monday mailbag at skating tripods on Twitter or Adam at bang book dotcom via Email if you want to send in your questions for that. Also, Adam Abang book dotcom via Email if excuse me if you wanna sign up for the notes for the additions of the betters box my policies here. Big the change of seasons. And some of the allergies stuff. It's out there kind of throwing me off a little bit today. But any get out my daily picks and tips every day over at. Book dot com also are NBA series previews and game write ups for the NBA playoffs program. Michael still doing fine work in the NHL with the second round of the NHL playoffs. We've got a write up for the Kentucky oaks for the Kentucky Derby record Kentucky, Derby podcast yesterday with Brian blessing. Make sure you check Dow is a very very good segment. One of the best. I think we've ever done here on bankable radio sense. Definitely worth your time. Then tomorrow, we'll have a UFC preview for this weekend with Christian peanut record that here this afternoon. Are we'll go through today's show with our format beyond the box score then down. No pick for tonight with only two night games that like anything either one of those. Then it looked here at the weekend ahead. So it's going to look beyond the box score. And let's take a look at this. Boston Red Sox sweep of the Oakland Athletics. And Oakland's just in a complete tailspin right now and away from home in particular. They have been awful. They're pitchers are four and eleven on the road. They five eighty four ERA. They've also given up eight honored runs that art listed in those ERA calculations and also here authencity for them to old five average to ninety eight on base three. Oh, five slugging percentage over the last fourteen games. They've only hit seven home runs. It has been an absolute mess for Oakland. A lot of people did think this team was something of a regression candidate coming into the season, my favorite season win total over, of course, is on the Oakland A's. So hopefully, they get this thing figured out. But for right now. You know, their lack of starting pitching really crushing them on the road. And the fact that their offense is going in the tank, it just doesn't really help either. They've had some bullpen blow ups weight training had one in that series against Toronto Joakim story has been awful and the as really dedicated a big portion of their off-season resources. Suwalki him seora has not worked out for them. At all. Are they do have a lot of help coming from down below in the minor leagues as guys get healthier? But for right now, the guys on that twenty five man roster need to figure it out, and they are having some difficulties with that should get mad Olsen back here. Very soon. I after a broken hamate bone sideline him, but still Oakland. It's got a lot of soul-searching to do here. All with a long trip back home coming up here after this weekend series against the Pittsburgh Pirates. As far as Oakland goes or excuse me. I Boston goes what scored twenty one runs in this in these three games..

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"suwalki" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"suwalki" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Type of power power that important school. Cassettes are university in the state of Chirace was chosen by. Thailand's government to be the first to test when the country's first five G testbed was announced. Little porn says one company beat the competition to get in on it. Aplomb the gone way was faster than the others. They invested millions of dollars setup there. Quin KOMO testing in the coming weeks. Amidst of five G induce construction boom on campus, while we has already established its own office, the university also provided offices to telecom companies Ericsson and Nokia, but they said empty Holly says it's been busy securing at least thirty commercial five G contracts around the world Jit LA Atanas chairs the strategy committee for T O OT Thailand state owned telecommunications company, which owns most of the country's telecoms towers. He says while he's low prices and high quality equipment are attractive to developing country like Thailand everybody in Thailand. No the market with maybe fifty percent on the private jet who also helps run the economic zone. That's testing five G for Thailand says he's aware of suspicions about how while we could use its equipment to enable Chinese espionage. But he says he's not worried about spying as much as he is about hallways bargain. Basement prices beating out the competition and threatening to become a monopoly over the five G market in Thailand, the fact that they have much lower prior-. They'll kill all the competitors. Some people in Thailand do concern that what happened after that? If the market left, a tightness company equal if as Jit says Thailand is left with only one Chinese company dominating five g the results will be pretty clear says Benjamin Suwalki author of Thailand shifting ground between the US and a rising China as the title of his book suggests the walkie sees Thailand, shifting its alliances from the US to China as Chinese investment in the region reaches historic levels. While we even though it's a private company has close ties to China's government. And if while we continues to win five G contracts in the country. So Ocoee says China will likely use that to solidify its influence over the country the extent to which this five G technology is going to control not only telecommunications. But so many other things that are absolutely fundamental to any society's ability to function and governance self means that well, we better stay on side with with China because if we don't their ability to manipulate our economy are. Infrastructure, our energy, sources, our databases, etc. Becomes that much greater so wacky says the US should be concerned because of Thailand strategic location? The Trump administration changed the way it referred to this region from Asia Pacific to the Indo Pacific. Thailand is at the center of that geographically is right in the middle. And so while it tries to maintain positive relationships with both countries that sort of neutrality is not something it's going to be able to gift itself forever, especially he says if it's being forced to choose in the event of a conflict between the US and China with a Chinese company controlling all communications and interconnections between machines the fear. Is that choice will have already.

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"suwalki" Discussed on House of Carbs

House of Carbs

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"suwalki" Discussed on House of Carbs

"He's he's successfully, you know, transmitted statues, his own self between the United States, and and Greece some number of times, I feel like we should probably just leave it at that. I don't wanna get David in any trouble. But I am fascinated. You know, you've mentioned the fed. I you mentioned the stash ios, I know that you had lots of like meals in restaurants, and you had some home-cooked meals as well were you able to experience what all sort of characterized generally is just a sort of all encompassing. Descript her any Greek street food. Oh, yeah. Sure. Yeah. There was you know, euros and Suwalki, and you know, any kind of like meets on sticks. You can get pretty pretty easily. But I think like the Greeks Saverne experience for me and is seminal. And and the thing that I like and enjoy the most about going over to Greece because you're going to get any range of of foods and the best part about being in Greece with the Greek is he's also my personal order. I just sit down, and he basically plays the role that you played where hey, I'm gonna order a bunch of stuff, and let's eat it together. And great and he's speaking he's fluent in Greek. And he's talking to the waiter about what's good. And now all of a sudden, we've got for example, like I had never had shrimps dog Inaki, which is a shrimp in a tomato based sauce when better in it. And it was just you know, you're dipping the bread in it. And you haven't footers on the side. And now there are some. Mm smells over here. And there's some I suppose, and it's just ego. And then of course, basically with everything you're getting you're getting French fries. Like, they basically throw French fries when everything. I love it. I love. Yeah. Yeah. This is this is my kind of eating now, I want to hear about this home cooking experience because I feel like you had this rare opportunity to experience, you know, to go into somebody's home here and get like an authentic meal that you wouldn't you know, any of us traveling. We'd have we'd be hard pressed to like sit in somebody's dining room, and and get the meal that there are sort of, you know, preparing based on ingredients that they've gone to the market and purchased described for me that experience a little bit. It was incredible. I mean, like if we're talking about the best meals that I had we had we didn't have a bad meal. The entire time. We were there house but hands down the best meals. We had our days mom's house. Hey is mom lives. Not far from where patina lives just outside of Athens. And we went over there. And we have a bunch one day, and she made a whole fish with fresh, vegetables and bread. How did she prepare house? She prepare the whole fish. The whole fish was grilled room for simple, she. Yeah. She she boned it for me because I am incapable of doing that myself. She belated for me. It was wonderful. But the best meal we was the last day. We were there. We have some time to kill. We didn't fly out of Athens until like five thirty local time. So we went over there early, and we hung around with her with the family, Dave's mom lives out there. His grandmother. His aunts and uncles cousins. They're all there, and they all live across the street from each other. So they have like this little area. It's it's wonderful. But days mom, made us feel have you had that it's like Greek chorus. Of course, of course, I love the prestige zero..

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"suwalki" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"suwalki" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

"Presidential leadership were only about giving speeches the jackhammers would already be at work on mount Rushmore, many ways, this is one of the most conservative speeches that a democratic president has given since I think the middle of Bill Clinton's time, I was trying to think about who he was tonight. And it's interesting he is post racial by all appearances. I forgot he was black tonight for an hour. You know, he's going along way to become a leader this country and past so much history and just a year or two I mean, it's something we don't even think about I I was watching. I said, wait a minute. He's an African American guy in front of a bunch of other white people in areas, president states, and we've completely forgotten that tonight. That is the objective media calling it right up the middle there after President Obama's state of the union address well done, Greg soccer. Well. There you go. Voices in their sink loading some Charlie rose who are not allowed to be near a school. Matt Lauer Matt Lauer, how many of these people are harassment. These people are not allowed to work anymore. Go to hear a lady's dressing. That's my question creeps. Speaking of that the woman down in Virginia who says the Lieutenant governor sexually assaulted her. She is hired the same law firm that represented Christine blazey Ford who is the woman who accused supreme court Justice. Brett Cavanaugh plot thickens. The plot thickens Katie Brennan should hire. Well, it's funny. You mentioned that because I was just thinking somebody asked me today. They said why is it that the Katie Brennan story is not making national news. Katie Brennan, of course, being the young woman who says that she was raped by a member of governor Phil Murphy's staff, and that her repeated cries for help to the administration went on answered as the guy was on the staff making one hundred seventy thousand dollars a year. And no one knows who hired him. And nobody knows nothing in jersey is jersey. Hey, jimmy. Did you hire 'em iron pivot? You not not not me. I got on God's. Why is that story national news at my theory has always been because democrat governors are treated much differently? And the Nash Virginia story, it's being national news right now because it's just it's just an amazing amazing story. But you notice how people are piling on this woman who's accused who tenant governor of sexual assault. Are you seeing that? Yes. There piling on her at this point as opposed to saying what they did with Christine blazey Ford. She deserves to be believed women to be believed and her allegations are enough. And that's that right. Yeah. Kind of similar to what they're doing the Katie Brennan. I think it's it's fascinating and women and women's groups and women's advocacy groups should be smarter. And really evaluate this and say, well, wait a minute. It's not the woman. It's the politics. Yeah. It's either all women are to be believed are not all women. It'd be believed which isn't if you make claims against Democrats. You're not to be believed. If you make claims against Republicans are to be believed and not even question. You can't even question them. The woman suing accusing Virginia governor governor, Justin Fairfax or sexual assault has retained the law firm represented represented Christine blazey Ford, the woman who has accused Fairfax of sexual assault or in the two thousand four democratic national convention has retained cats Marshall and banks. Deborah Katz who represented for during Kavanagh's confirmation hearing, a she eventually testified about an alleged assault by cavenaugh and a high school party in the nineteen eighties cavenaugh denied the accusation as well as others made against him. It was eventually confirmed to the supreme court. The post Senate investigator the woman's story earlier, but found Fairfax in the woman gave different accounts of what happened in the hotel room and couldn't find anyone to corroborate either account, but it disputed Fairfax assertion that have found significant red flags why do you need red flags? Why why do you need to back this up at all? Whatever she said, she just be believed. Right. That's what they that's what they've set in certain cases. They have said that when women came forward to accuse Brett Kavanagh. Yes. They said that Cory Booker said that count grandstand Dangelo Spartacus walked out of the hearing hang on. I gotta hook this up here. Let's see I should have done this before. I'm trying to learn this year ago, we have this the closest I'll probably ever have in my life to an IM Spartacus moment. Remember that? Yes. And so that was his moment to stand up and walk out of the room on behalf of all women who ever make an accusation whereas count grandstand. Hewlett today. He's asking people if they've ever hired gay law clerks. That's where he is today. That's amazing to me. It really is amazing the the double standard, and this is pathetic. And we still don't know who hired the guy in jersey who's the accused rapist was on the payroll for almost a year. Nobody knows nothing testimony continues. This is like dozens and dozens of hours of testimony, and you should sit there and listen to it over. It's amazing. And these are the inner circle people. I didn't the woman today was a chief counsel. Well, it was electron signature will who hired him. I don't know. How do you not know in year twenty nineteen who was hired to work in the governor's office for a high ranking job in the state government? How do you not know that I always thought it was the saying the buck stops here? I mean, if the governor didn't want him in my opinion. Yeah. Governor hired him because it's his guy. He was seen talking to him inaugural. They were talking soccer. Remember, that's estimate. And so ultimately, if cameras chief-of-staff the times says he didn't Zanele says he didn't the top guy say they didn't hire him. Then who did Cammarata was ano-? I got on God's. I got nothing. It's so it's so jersey so. You may you may know, I had a paper. I lost the paper. What are you gonna do? I had that paper right around here somewhere. I think it was at a diner. Left it on the table. What you're saying is like like the testimony. That's what's going on in these lawmakers bipartisan committee like their head on the desk. You know, it's amazing. If Phil Murphy were a Republican right now, they would be hammering him over this weekend. Joe every we live outside the state house totally instead, he's he's the governor. Now, who's just given us fifteen dollars minimum wage. He's a hero to the left. So they're just ignoring the story nationally just ignoring it completely. But I agree with you. Katie Brennan should hire the law firm that represented Christine blazey Ford, at least you'll get a story about it in Fox News. But that's about it. You know? That's that's really about it. And the only reason why it's very possible. The law firm agreed to represent this woman in Virginia is because they don't want Lieutenant governor to actually become governor for all kinds of other political reasons because there's no reason why the jersey stories not national news other than the fact that he's a democrat. The only thing. I had that hiring slip. Oh, man. What I do. I wrote that phone number on the back. I think I left it on the table. Let me go back to the diner. I I'm pretty sure it's over there. By the way, the Suwalki at this place is unbelievable. Unbelievable. I five five eight three nine twelve ten that is just another day in my fair state. Just another day with guys like Cammarata Lozano lasagna. Chicago. The only show. 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"suwalki" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

08:53 min | 1 year ago

"suwalki" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"I'm Tom Jordan. I'm Pat by tally four reverted justina. You're listening to w w j NewsRadio nine quick recap on their forecasts some early sunshine, but we are expecting snow this afternoon. And maybe it makes it rain with a high today of thirty eight degrees called out there Romulus at metro hazy skies. It's twenty eight degrees. WWE news time is thirty one elective Michigan Gretchen Whitmer in Detroit today, and at the White House tomorrow just weeks before she set to take the oath and take over at the state capital in Lansing. The governor elect joining us live this morning on W w j NewsRadio nine fifty good morning. Governor elect Whitmer good morning. I'm happy to be with you. Glad you could take some time with us. We've got few things to cover. First we want to get started in Lansing where so much talk has been focused on this lame duck session legislation that Democrats see being jammed through and maybe not doing much about it is is there a plan to to stop any of these things from taking effect. Well, you know, right now, we are coming off of a historic election, and the voters turned out pretty gender that really is focused on fixing the roads cleaning up our drinking water solving illiteracy crisis, causing the scalp gap. And you know, all the games that are replayed at the capitol right now do nothing nothing to solve any of those problems. That is you know, diminishing people's ability to make sure their vote count. And when you do that people get upset ultimately come up, and that's what we saw this last election that might be what happens in twenty twenty if they keep playing games like this. I want to focus on solving problems. And I'm sad to see the legislature play these games. The Democrats in the legislature are. Fighting back. We're going to see people raising their voices, and I've got an ongoing dialogue what governor signer. And I'm I'm hopeful that a lot of this stuff. His dad one of the things that the current governor Rick Snyder, you just mentioned there. He wants to do is race fees on landfills to help clean up contaminated sites. He wants to a new surcharge on water bills to pay for things like infrastructure, which you've been a proponent of helping fix the infrastructure across the state of Michigan. Are you in favour of what he's got on the docket during this lame duck session in regards to those two items? Well, one of the things I'm I'm mindful of is that would get one gonner at a time. And you know, we've been putting our nose the grindstone and working in transgender fifty five day period to do an incredible. Yeah. And I'm not waiting on every individual piece of legislation that is offered area than sitting down with governor weekly since the election and grateful for that. What I hope it's going to be viewed as a very smooth an unprecedented transition, but I'm not going to involve myself in the day to day operations of what's happening over there, and the pushing through these feisty we priority one when you get to work in January and roll up your sleeves. We've been getting some messages from listeners this morning is she going to fix the damn roads? Will that be a big priority for you? And I'm quoting you. So I could say that I think on the radio. Well, you know, I didn't win the phrase. That's what I've heard from people over and over again across the bay. It was really a conversation with a couple of months, and I said, what's the one thing? I can do battle prove your lives. They that was their fault. So yeah, we've got to fix infrastructure Pat holder not part of them. We're all paying a price when it comes to her safety on the road or our economic stability. And this is something we're gonna fix them. This is at the top of my priority list, and I'm going to engage everyone from the business community to the labor community to Republicans and Democrats alike, fix fix. All right. Governor elect Gretchen Whitmer you are now heading to the nation's capital tomorrow to speak with the current president of the United States. Probably saw what happened yesterday when he met with is democratic counterparts in the Senate and the house Nancy Pelosi Chuck Schumer, and they tried to have a dialogue. I got out of hand you're going to be meeting with him along with some other governors across. This country. What what are your points? What do you hope to get into his head that you would like to have him help out and -ccomplish for you? I expect opportunity to speak with the president during the visit. And I'm pleased be part of a bipartisan group of governors back. I think that this is a GS make sure that we in Michigan the table if I'm coming around that are really important to the people of our state, regardless White House. That's my job as governor to ensure that we've got Federal Trade policies that protect our jobs that we've got access to health care that we protect our Great Lakes. Beyond that, we will forward on infrastructure Richey has talked about the su- fixing the Suwalki that something that is incredibly important you to me to the people of our states where national economy and governor Snyder has started a sound that apple got to see it through. And that means a strong relationship with whomever is in the White House. And that's something I'm determined to torture try to achieve. I know we don't agree on everything we certainly view the world very differently in some important ways. But I do think we can find some common ground and anytime we can do that to improve the lives of people in our state. I'm there gotta be concerned. Governor like Whitmer about the loss the possible loss of hundreds of jobs here in Michigan with General Motors possibly closing that Detroit Hamtramck plant that's got to be a top on the list. Maybe of discussions with the president is well, well, no question know, Michigan is open for business. We've got you know. And determination. We get the workforce. But we do to close the skills gap. Gotta make sure that the world knows. This is a great place to you know, to build things to invent things that that's what our great legacy is. And that's what I futures pointing to be as well this announcement from General Motors is is not out of the blue at international trade policy's impact what's happening right here within our own borders. And and that's something that I think is going to be the conversation. One more comment about the water crisis. Donnelly in Flint. But now, it seems to be coming to light across the state of Michigan that has to do with the infrastructure in the state. And now there's a lot of municipalities here. They're very concerned about lead in the drinking water in the current condition of pipes. And what not the problem that you're probably going to be running into? And you're where where well aware of this is that the Republicans are not interested in necessarily of raising taxes to help fix some of these infrastructure problems. How do you how do you plan to bridge the gap there to come to a consensus to come to an agreement to find some solution to help fix things like pipes across the state? You know, clean drinking water is a fundamental human rights, and when people and whether you're in Skoda or year in Kent County or your Wayne County Republican Democratic like, it doesn't matter every one of us deserves and the snow that we have got clean drinking water coming out of our taps. And I believe that we've seen so many issues already pop up in communities. Whether it's pizza is old infrastructure that leaching leading to our drinking water that this is a crisis. We have an opportunity that we've got an opportunity to do it right to show the world that Michigan is not just the home of twenty one percent of the world's freshwater. But that we are going to be the ones that fix the crisis that we're seeing a lot of other states confronting we're going to get it done right here. But we gotta do it together. We've got to make those investments every one of us is team planned. World doesn't think that Michigan? Don't to make sure people have got clean drinking water. Just about a minute here. Governor elected Moore, you're meeting in Detroit today with stakeholders what's that about? I'm looking forward to spend the day in Detroit, I'm gonna get over a caption kitchen and do a little volunteering tour. Google's Detroit office this morning and connect with business leaders earned accumulated leaders, as well, you know, this is something I spent a lot of time in the city, Detroit, the health and the success of the city is critical to the health and the success of the state, and that's something that has always been important to me. And I'm looking forward to being back on January one during our inaugural events that center, and then a winter warm up for families on January twelfth we're going to do great things for a company headquarters, so and hope to see many of your listeners there as well. You we appreciate your time. We know you've been busy and preparing for the as you take over the governorship here in the state of Michigan. You take time to talk with us. We always appreciate it governor elect Gretchen Whitmer, thanks for your time. And enjoy your time down in downtown Detroit today..

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"suwalki" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

12:24 min | 1 year ago

"suwalki" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

"Talk radio twelve ten WPA we salute the shield, very important, very important segment. Once a month, we salute the shield, we have a brave Philadelphia police officer in studio today. This is awesome. I'm really excited for this. First of all welcome back to the show. This you only show. Glad you are here. Happy friday. Let me introduce my buddy, John Hoyt with the F O P, John. How are you? I'm great great to see you always good to be back. Thanks for having us. We appreciate all the hard work you do with epilepsy lodge five and all the money you help raise for officers who need it and their families. So thank you for that. Believe me, it's my pleasure. A very lucky to be able to go to a job that you know. I'd love what I'm doing and believe in what I'm doing. So I I think you and everybody else. Well, listen, we're we're honored the survivors fund. That's why we're here because we want to raise money for the survivors fund. We do this every month and tell us about the survivors find, and then we'll talk about this man to your right survivors fund was created essentially to help the families of police officers killed or catastrophically wounded in line of duty. You know, I've talked about it before the city's been fantastic when we lose an officer. When we go through that tragedy the outpouring support, we appreciate it. But you know, in after the pomp and circumstance of the months later years later, you know, those families are still without that loved one that officer survivors fund insures that we can still provide financial assistance, or whatever kind of assistance that family needs a month after the. The tragedy a year. And I've talked to you before there are people that we help twenty years after they've lost a loved one. So. Yeah, that's what it does. It's four officers survivors. So this gentleman saints. You're right. This guy's brave right here. This is a brave brave man. The definition of these textbook really is when this happened when when when the shooting occurred, and I texted you, John, and I said, you know, we'll go to the hospital room and see him when you told me on the air that Friday that not only was Paul shot. But then he he shot the guy that was amazing. He well, I'll let him tell it. So let me introduce without further delay police officer, Paul Sulak, the twenty sixth district twenty fourth district. Welcome to the show. Adamy? I appreciate it. Well, you share our hero. And I'm so you got four kids and thank God, you're doing. Okay. We're just very happy to hear that. Thank you. I appreciate that very much. So you're you're young guy. Your dad was a cop. Yes. She's still on the job. He works in the eighth district in northeast section of Philadelphia is getting ready to retire. And he's got about a year and a half left in the drop. Nice. He'll be off the job. And he's happy about that. I'm sure he is he'll spend time with his grandkids. You've got four kids. So yes, for sure he's at my house every day with my kids. He loves being around my kids. That'd be good for him. That's great. I don't want to spend too much time on on the details of it. I know you've been talking about it a lot. But could you just kind of give us an overview? That moment where you were you were shot, and then you turned around and returned fire. That for a lot of us. We looked at that. And said that this is one tough SOB right here. This is one tough guy. Yeah. Just just doing my job. That's all it was just a crazy day. Start off the beginning. Actually, get ready for work that day, and I usually have court when I'm on day work, and I was day work week. And I like I said I've court every day usually, so I don't get on the street much when I'm on day work, and I was getting ready for work that dad in court and my kids jumped in bed with me. So I don't want to turn the lights on. I was getting ready for work. It's just a crazy story. I grabbed a top shirt through it, all and got ready for work went to work. And like, you know, I didn't realize until I got in the OR when they're working on me after the shooting. And when I got my shirt off. I realized I had a memorial shirt on for girl. Philomina I believe she's nine or ten years old who passed away a rare brain cancer. And it was almost like she was watching over me that day just gave me goosebumps. Our that Danner taking my shirt off. I had her memorial shirt, orange just kinda crazy. Wow. So. I mean, your very humble guy. You were just doing your job. But you do your job, and you came very close to the unthinkable. And I'm sure your family must have been. Incredibly scared during that whole time, especially when you were being operated on. Yeah. Yeah. They were pretty shaken up by but Dave. Their support me the whole time. And you know, just a crazy day. Your dad must have been really proud of you though. I mean, you returned fire. That's that's pretty amazing. I think yeah. I need a Lieutenant here to help me with my shooting. I think I missed. We're talking to officer Paul Suwalki is the twenty fourth district east division, and we're so happy to have him here. We're happy to have him in studio. I mean, really truly this is amazing. And of course, Jon Lieutenant John Hoyt with the F O P five. What do you say, John? I mean, this guy's he's humble. And he's brave and he's courageous. He's everything you wanted a police officer. He really is a everyone's pretty familiar with what he did that day. But I mean, that's not what he does all the other days to he shows up for work. And so many other of our police officers are men and women every day, you can come up with the story of heroism from our police officers, and listen, it's it's getting out there. Now, it's harder than ever to throw that vest on and that badge and that gun because in this town, especially the riskier taking not just the risks of being shot. Like Paul was. Yeah. But the risk to your family the risk. Due to certain politicians in this town. It's you really gotta take your hat off to our men and women in blue that they continue to do the job in spite of what other people in. This town are doing. Yeah. Well, said John, and I think that that's lost on a lot of people. Just how much pressure is on the average police officer. And you Paul for you here. You got a really interesting story. You rope. It you were going to community college, you're working three jobs when you got into the police academy back in two thousand seven so, you know, this is obviously you're young guy and you wanted to pursue this your dad, of course, on the job you wanted to do this. When you finally graduated and you got on the street were you prepared for the kind of pressure? The police are under especially with certain politicians in in the city, and that sort of thing. Yeah. I mean when I first started all of eleven years on on the seventeenth of this month. I just like the job was a lot different back. Then I feel like everybody had your back more people like people like cops a lot better back. Then now, it's like when you tell people you're a cop. It's like you get a different reaction. I don't know if it's because the media the way they portray cops and one cop does something bad, it's like, magnified everywhere. And I see cops every day doing good job at helping people. And also, I just met so many good people on this job. But you'll never see that stuff. You only see the bad. And I just feel like now it's worse than ever. This is the worst is job has ever been. It's just like it's almost like you can't even be proud to be a copy. I just feel like so many people just hey cops. And I don't understand the reason why just just crazy. I don't think people do cops. And I think that you guys one of the hardest parts of being a police officer. I can imagine. Obviously, there's always risk being shot which were shot Paul. But. One bad person. One guy does something wrong, and every other police officer is indicted for that guy's mistake. It's the only job I know of like that. Yeah. We don't do that with doctors. Right. We don't say stop. You're screwed up every doctor is and that's I don't like that. I'm the son of a police officer. I've never liked that. It's always bothered me. And but I think the average person thinks that police do very good work. And the media makes it seem as if there is this this kind of division. That's there. But do you feel that Bill when you're on the street because that's something? I I will never know. Yeah. I guess just where I work in east division. I mean, we definitely have people that do appreciate you and still come up and thank you in and like cost. But I mean where I am. It's just it's a very violent area. It's a drug ridden part of the city, and you see more like, you know, the negative and people down there than anything. But yeah, I do agree. People do stove. Appreciate the police and stuff. I just feel like it's a lot. The judges has changed drastically since I started at least John I know that we've talked about the district attorney's office trying to work on the relationship over there. And of course, with the F O P with large five you're doing a lot to raise money for survivors to raise money for the families. Do you think I mean, how did the families feel in terms of how the city treats them, and and you know, that sort of relationship? Well, it's funny. You ask that Monday this coming Monday officer, Ed Davis, who's a friend of mine who worked for me in the twenty fifth district. He was shot in two thousand thirteen by a felon who had a stolen gun. Shot. He oh, we we law. We almost lost them. If it wasn't for temple hospital coma for three weeks. ICU for months. Lost a kidney. He was bad shape. Three years. It was nine. I believe I want to say nine hundred and some days he came back to work. He's a police officer. He's back working. He has to go back now to court on Monday. And the person is supposed to be the voice for the victim. Because that's a victim. Right. Are the voice for victims in the criminal Justice center. Philadelphia's the DA, but we have to go back for hearing on Monday. And we have no idea what's going to happen. They don't communicate with will. You know? They don't communicate with the victims. They really appear to not care what their input is. So here. Ed, his wife, his young, son. They all have to relive this again. And like I said, we don't know if the if there might be a plea offers for a new deal, it's it's an ED's upset, and he should be. He's upset his family's upset and that's Monday. And that's Monday. And we had a similar instance a month two months ago. Yeah. So if you think about it. It's one thing to be the police officer we're out there, and we have the Camry and it's fun. They're great days or tough days, but we're out there. And when you're in the moment, you don't think of everything, but when you're the spouse in your home by yourself or your home with the kids, and it's ten o'clock at night and think about what they're going through. And now they have to worry about whether or not they're going to be supported if something happens by the city, they know we'll support him. But they have to worry will the will the DA supports them. When you mean that the guy who shot the perp that the DA will want to see that person behind bars. Right Justice, be served. You know, and I can't imagine what it's like to have to go back to court like on Monday. I really can't please send them our best in love to talk to him next week. If you know if he has time police officer, Paul Sulak is our is our guest of honor this this month on salutes the shield, he's a hero. He's brave. He's young and got a great attitude about you, Paul. You're talking about seeing all the fellow police officers doing good work out there in the community. And obviously you are in a place. You mentioned there's a lot of bad. You know, there's a lot of things you see how important is it for you to know the people in the community to be able to have a relationship with them. It's definitely important. It's just I've always treated people nicely. Even the guys I'm chasing with guns shake their hand after I don't take anything personal. And it's a job. You know what I mean? I don't treat people badly geckos along way when you treat people nicely. They might give you information later down the road. They see somebody with a gun in my call you or you know, what I mean, you're chasing somebody. I somebody helped me before like is chasing somebody, and it was a guy that I was nice too. I locked up. I was chasing a guy he jumped out a stolen car, and he stuck his leg out and pushed the guy on the ground for me. Sure, it'd be like that. She's like. People respect when you give them respect. And it goes a long way. Well, listen, you're you're very modest. You're you're you're very brave and God bless you, my friend. I'm just so happy that everything worked out for you. I know that we're still raising some money for you and your family, which is great. So we can do to help you.

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"suwalki" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"suwalki" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"You so much the problem of this though m a updating somber show prep he we got so much oh my god so much stuff going on so much stuff going on now i i told you about this top of the hour russia is secretly practicing a fullscale invasion of europe with bombing range on germany this is during lottery putin's military drills details of the so called the pad or is that bid west exercises revealed by analysts this ccording to the sun from two leading intelligence agencies build is reporting they didn't specify the methods used to collect the intel at the time putin claimed the exercises were for antiterror purposes and were purely defensive in nature however the paper reported that the drills were a dry run for a shot camp pain against western europe nato countries how 'bout that on this included first overrunning the suwalki gap a sixty mile stretch of nato land the connects to the russian enclave of kaliningrad with its ally belarus and so they're saying they're practicing on this year i can you imagine they would actually do this i i certainly hope it wouldn't happen it practices by creating a mock state on an identical piece of land in belarus then they invaded it at the same time the analysts said the kremlin also rehearsed neutralising or taking under control airfields and harbours in eastern europe so there are no reinforcements arriving from the nato states there they added this does not mean that you have to occupy the country's and declare people's republics or something like that but there you have to occupy the harbors airports and so on you know you know that vladamir putin would loved to put the soviet union back together he would love to put the old soviet union back together over two days russian fighter jets also flew mock sorties through the baltic and north seas swooping down on the edges of germany and the netherlands probably scaring them no one out of folks these were designed to be a practice run for destroying highvalue targets such as power reactors airports and other forces including naval battalions practiced invading neutral finland as well as sweden norway and poland the cell by the russian and belarusian uh troops on territory in both countries in september and their new source of concern for neighboring ukraine and nato memberstates on europe's eastern flank now i ask you if there if they it start to invade europe who would.

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"suwalki" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"suwalki" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Bill oh jerry i blocked here but there are hella just causes that got ghost week you don't like the language general but you're a free with aren't chill i didn't say anything about anyone suck at my yet this is the artistic way of today morgan a minute ago you talk about be careful what you say in the room and go i feel don't give me the lecture no that's what you were doing you're saying we got to be really careful other stuff that you say because who and now you're saying oh this is artistic how about that how dare you mocked by voice vote split some like to me thank you harvey worm and wherever he is back home soon marino you gotta how long have we keep up dole fence harvey how long is going to do that what do you mean homeowners assures you still carbs it up i know that but i've been told by david and others it pulls the audience we want for me i uh we're going to sift through five bility here going jr you don't choke talking about what the hellish suwalki gary caller sioux indians who ex trivial i as long as the guy as long as they're paying the freight so it is sponsored yes sponsored by that buster keaton cereal oh my god tied anyway welcome back to the program folks worldfamous fill every show here for this monday in we're just getting our our our act together so forgive me during the pre show and you guys were been talking about this of was talking about falling in love with soccer i watch a lot of soccer brennan does years ahead football coach there it to bill maher academy now he's got a problem with university yeah i mean the.

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