21 Burst results for "Termi"

"termi" Discussed on Ace and TJ

Ace and TJ

08:31 min | 11 months ago

"termi" Discussed on Ace and TJ

"Her back and forth for about an hour messaging with. That was not clear. Well they is clear now is cleared now monster. I don't know how she handled it when she left right at the end. I don't know if she let him know. I don't know if that's going to doom. Whatever budding relationship he hoped might be there but either way he sent a message to the wrong person and it's clear that there's some type of affection between him and this other person or he would not have opened with good morning beautiful who she say. No she actually found. It was funny because they're very early into their their. They're kind of conversation. It's not like She staking any claim to him as a a friend or anything yet right but when did that happen to you. What did the text say that let you know he wasn't talking to you but he was talking to somebody else the same way he talks to you. Have you ever experienced that. Alexis thinks i'm trying to think of something like that happen but nothing comes to mind. Riggins you've been single a while. You see a lot of women a lot of messages back and forth. Have you ever sent the wrong message to the wrong person. I don't think so. I would die. I mean that's the worst thing you can do to somebody. Well we posted this on. Our facebook pays last night Some of the stories are great. But there's one guy that managed to lose both women at one time in a really huge slip up but tell us the on our facebook page or twitter at the as tj show. Give us your story. When did that happen to you that you knew the text let you know. This was not meant for me. It was meant for someone else. He's trying to date. We'll get next are your funniest friends and words here. This is the acc. Tj show now and tj base. Tj's mistaken message. That moment that you realized the person you are in a relationship with are trying to be in a relationship with trying to be in relationship with other people kind of awkward. It happened yesterday while we were taping. In addition of the ym single podcast. But this lady said Candy said one guy was texting what he texted me and said i can't wait wing. Can we meet again. You said we'd never met so. I responded with a question mark. He just said oop from person. I never responded. He never texted me back. This girl was there was a guy that works together. I have to read. I'm trying to shorten this up. But he said he's posting for a friend because she wants to be super anonymous so she had somebody else in the message. She was with this girl but cheating with the guy. They all work together. Same shift after work. She would meet the guy by her car for a quick kiss or talk with his day in particular. Her girlfriend got off work. I she needed to tell him they couldn't meet and she's the one that said the text enter text the guy said she's outside and the girls are what do you mean who she outside and she responded with. I met your outside. Sorry the question. Are you mean that's easy easily understood. Mistake could happen to anybody. Here's my favorite. This lady met this guy managed to lose to potential girlfriends with one text message. Here's the man. I was seeing sent a picture of dinner but a senate in a group text to me and another woman. He was talking to. We both blocked him so he was sending a picture of the food that he had prepared for for himself for dinner and in the process. I guess he's like i'm going to send it to alexis alexis. And then he south the things. I should send this to so-and-so also in just puts another name in the line and send it out to him and got the same text at the same time. well we're done see you don't wanna be having kids with. That guy is a good thing. You got outright then. Because that's an idiot. Yeah he's passing along some bad genes kids. Yeah they're going to be that dumb you should be able to like. Bcc somebody on a group text. Can you do that on an iphone now. No you can't that'd be a good idea just for situations like pay. The guy i was seeing was texting me late one night and suddenly i got a text that said quote. Same time at logan's thursday question. Mark i jokingly said You've texted the wrong girl. Then about fifteen minutes went by. And i slowly began to realize that you put. Yeah it takes me minute that he was texting someone else. I didn't do a lot of social media. So i went straight to his profile on facebook. And they're on his featured photos was a picture of him and a beautiful girl. The caption was last week harris. He told me he was in ohio on business. I texted back and told them what i saw. He can fast okay. I've been seeing this girl for months. And they would meet every tuesday and thursday at logan same time. Same place logan's locates and this Mistaken message less than a month after leaving my ex husband. He sent a text professing his long lasting love but he sent it to me and he called me by her name and begged her to be with him. Imagine a guy texting you alexis. And he's please come back to me and then it goes on and on and odor they. Please go back to be in some ways. Please please a man to come back to what it only my name is not big booty becky. And how do you respond after that. I don't call it by the wrong name. This meant for someone else. No you disengage. Actually i would take a screen shot circle the name senate to him and then block him. I don't even need a response. You know what you did. I guess it's over this. Although that would be a response technically. Yeah yeah okay. Well after that. There's a tick tock that's gone viral that will put the professional broadcast skills of all the members of the and tj show to test. I think tj is going to be great at this will have got some background and history with the rest of us. Maybe not so much We'll find next. Act's you now facing tj. We are professional. Broadcasters on the as tj show for at least. We're supposed to be so. I saw this tick-tock that take the rob termi onto it's kind of fun. It's a simple tongue twister and these people have stitched and they're having a terrible time getting through it so here. Teaching reagan's past that to tj. If you would please we put it down on a page just to see how means as professional radio broadcasters would do with this particular tongue-twister and i would start with tj because he has training in this because in his days in the theater. You've always told me that they used to start with your warm ups would include various tongue. Twist right You know typical. How much wood could a woodchuck chuck rubber baby buggy bumpers remember that he did rubber band the hardest. The hardest one was the ccc than doesn't suffice with us the c. ceaseless and thus suffice thus okay this one is she stood on a balcony inexplicably mimicking him hiccuping and amicably welcoming him home. Goodness gracious do you think. That's hard rob. Yeah i tried it last night. When i saw the talk and i couldn't get through it. I haven't tried it this. She stood on a balcony inexplicably mimicking. She stood on a balcony inexplicably mimicking him..

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"termi" Discussed on Habits and Hustle

Habits and Hustle

04:52 min | 11 months ago

"termi" Discussed on Habits and Hustle

"Our halloween cookies now. So top-shelf closest is a marketing for a future holiday right so the lesson here. Everybody is like always be strategic and like. Think ahead and be intentional with what you're doing and stay on brand. I think that's another big one. Oh gosh being true to what you are you like. I admire in and out burger so much for just saying we do burgers chicken so it's susie cakes some people are like jimmy termi soon. I'm like no like we are all american home style bakery lake termi. Su is an italian dessert right. I'm italian but this is not an italian bakery right or you know people say they want you know the gluten free items and so i said you know. We don't do that while i don't. I don't have any recipes. Mammograms may with rice flour and flower. I was like if it wasn't in the pantry. Nineteen fifty. we don't bake with it right and items. Yeah we just don't use flour in it right so those flawless the cupcakes. They just don't have flour. But i'm not trying to use a substitute flour rice substitute sweetener. Like it's sugar right. By the way by the way like re regular natural sugar has been shown and proven to be so much better for you. Anyway and much more cleaner it's cleaner so then okay. Let's get back to the scaling of the business. So how do you then style the business. So then right. Six months in we were doing really well and people you know. It's it's a wealthy area. on brentwood. People started saying. Oh i might kinda like this closer to my house malibu. Have you thought about calabasas. Thought about studio city now. People were like into right because they could see it right now. You're in susie cake see it feel. It tasted like asthma. What it is. So then i said Okay now instead of going back in raising money for one more bakery. Let's raise money for three. Like i said we just. I don't want to keep going doing this back to the so. Let's raise enough money where we can open something in orange county and the south bay in manhattan beach and somewhere up in the valley. I this is where my i think. People sometimes get limited By you know. I can't do it or that's too much or whatnot but like always say like think bigger than you think you have the compat- capability doing and so for me. It was like. I'm not gonna keep asking money every honegger wanna do this fundraising thing once raise enough for three bakeries at actually mitigates investors risk. Because it's three bakeries case calabasas is great manhattan. Beach will be right you know. It's less risky from an investment standpoint. So at that point. But i think people are interested in that. It's say that again so it's less risky for someone to open up three locations right then one more location because if one does badly then you yet but if you have another one that you know me one. We'll do badly but there's a chance at the other one will do really really well. It would. finance equilibrium. Yeah right okay. That's an interesting point. Yeah all right so It was far easier to raise money that round because we had proven financials right but see it feel it. The original investor group almost everybody in that original group wrote checks again for the next three bakeries because they were already getting dividend tax so how much we raising now for your second round so this is a couple of hundred thousand. I'd say can't remember exactly. Maybe like nine hundred thousand to a million okay. Yeah and then you raise the money from again you went. You went now from other friends and family But were you now institutional money yet. No that's really small. Okay yeah and then you start then. Then we built the three and sequentially opened them..

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Interpersonal Skills Are Hard Work (With Carole Robin)

Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

01:50 min | 1 year ago

Interpersonal Skills Are Hard Work (With Carole Robin)

"Carol i am so pleased to have you join me to get all touchy feely today. Well i'm delighted to be here. Thank you so much john. So let's start by getting on the same page about vocabulary stanford calls this transformational class. Interpersonal dynamics i also hear a ton of people use the acronym e q. I mean i even use it. If i'm talking about someone who reads others. Well who seems quite authentic in their relationships. I might say i think this person has really high q. Help us with definition of terms. Are they similar. Different of a cloth. Talk to me. Yeah so the termi emot- e. q. Was coined by daniel goldin and in a in a now Very famous book and Came out actually. We just celebrated the twenty fifth anniversary of his of his seminal work and emotional intelligence or e. q. Is he defines. It is about a set of competencies that essentially Include self awareness. self-regulation Embassy the ability to motivate others and and social skills now one of the reasons that his work was. So seminal was that he legitimized the need for social for what we call the soft skills right in business and in fact what his research showed was that the people who were the best at the soft skills actually were the ones who created the highest performing organizations and were the most successful

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"termi" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"termi" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"Don't make a sound. what does he do. Mix a fucking sense fucked up. That's fucked up quiet place. Well what is. This is a movie called life. I wanna see probably gonna watch. Is that movie with jake. Jillian hall and reynolds. I do want to see that. So he has a rule of don't break corentin ever because this is like spoiler shit for people late now already come out. It's too late. And i mean you've had years. He came on my timing. You've had years so he dies in the movie because he breaks he goes on immediately. This is the shot that they have just just life. Watch it lori. Adams the characters name marco and die hard he's guy says don't hesitate. How does he die. Es takes and gets shot next time you have a chance to kill someone. Don't hesitate so he gets fucking that movie. Nineteen eighty eight. Love that movie. Oh yeah it's the christmas movie triple frontier. Tom davis that was a bit affleck's character movie where he says. Don't get greedy. He gets killed because he's getting greedy. He's going to even more money when he should have already left happens. Just like your thing. What'd you say be consistent here. Terminator three movie. Two thousand three. What is determining his prime directive just generally why determining what happened. What does he have to do. Couture john cornyn and he doesn't kill. He does not terminate giancarlo termi. He dies as a result. True like this. Why this fucking like super simple feel any different like terminator two. Oh he's he's a hero now reprogrammed. It's pretty much it's time travel. Fuck ary which is great. Sometimes this this one is so. Spock dies a star trek to the wrath of khan. You know don't don't don't i. Don't hate those movies so you have a hot takeover. I don't hate those movies. But i will say you look like the volcano do shit. Don't you do it don't you fuck your ears. I mean is louie. that's fine. I know you talked void. You is if we're coming saying don't do this lightness. This started star. Trek movies are actually. I'm not even listening. Right hugging decent movies. But i feel like they always the god damn it. They always dropped the ball somewhere. They always the ball somewhere. I'm trying to keep his. Because i saw this. May one laptop appreciate it. Oh no watson so washed. Oh god i mean i agree but i don't like that right dusty. His now he came to add. It woke up onto some sheet. So this is. I'm using you work. Oh.

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"termi" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"termi" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"Joy filled life. which on your website and seeing. What did that come from and can you give us an overview each one? Yeah. Yeah. So again, I was doing a lot of meditation at the time I find that mindfulness meditation. Is Not. A religious experience as much as a spiritual experience and for me it was it was that and so these affirmations were part of writing a book that I did and it came about really I say is kind of odd. I woke up at like three o'clock in the morning and I just started typing it came through me. And they've just been real milestones from your foundations for me as I live my life as I shared them, I found more and more people that say created them affirmation form. So easily be said during a morning meditation or reflection and TERMI kinder, and they're just truths of life that have been shared by. Teachers throughout the ages. First one is impermanent and an permanence. Really when we reflect on permanence of life, it makes each day each present moment a gift. When we can really start to live that. So the permanence we keep in mind notes impermanent what am I gonNA do in five minutes I don't keep putting it off. I keep I. Keep the day as a gift and I really make the most of every moment a have. Exit. To bring it more up today. So this is. All all in the same boat with this. How could you have mation serve to help us gain different more positive perspective given the current. Nine hundred and absolutely with Kobe had. So there are. One of the other affirmations is releasing attachment and expectations, and that's a big one today because we don't have what our normal life is that's been taken or changed or altered, and and yet, and we have a choice do we? Start to fight it we get depressed. Do we allow ourselves to sink into a place or can we say where's the opportunity here? I'm going to release my expectation of of the outcome that. I. And I'm going to look for the for the gift that's here in in however terrible. This is what are some of the gifts are they are we coming together Morris Families? Are we finding opportunity quiet our lives a little bit because we have gotten on such a wild ride here with life So I think those are some of the things that. You can use in today's environment I talked about change and how one of the affirmations is is change at knowing that life is just about change. Whatever's today will be different tomorrow and the way that we can influence as it is in our attitude and in our approach to how we're going to embrace life and show up in the world. Yeah. Yeah absolutely. On IRC that. One of your applications, this really recent expectations. Yeah. So what does that mean in? Big when you know even and it can be used in different compartments. So when we are. Growing up and we start. Trying to figure out what we WANNA be so many other people with good intention, our parents, our teachers society come in and say, well, you should be an attorney or you should be a doctor. You know we lose that opportunity to figure out what we are supposed to be. So I think releasing expectations being more forgiving of yourself and and releasing the expectations that may be others have put on you or maybe we put on ourselves we're in an unhappy marriage. What's the expectation that we are really becoming prisoners of? Of Say You work suggests that as blessings okay. We've in some of the most tragic circumstances of savings. About what my she believe that Bat and have spawned the same in their losses. Yeah well, again,.

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"termi" Discussed on Elliman Daily Podcast

Elliman Daily Podcast

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"termi" Discussed on Elliman Daily Podcast

"So the one thing on here that gets missed a lot is painting within the last twelve months because as John stated earlier. The seller instinct is wrong as it is, is to just try to check no, they want to check now they don't have to explain anything they're fearful of it, and the truth is that many people have painted something just prior to listing their property and so this gets missed. Missed a lot you WANNA make sure that they check that off an ongoing a recurring maintenance people do tend to forget because of course, they're ongoing and recurring in there probably auto bill pay. But if you have anything that's TERMI- or the gardener I would say anything that you have a regular monthly bill you WanNa make sure that that gets included in here and You don't forget it this. Because actually, the questions do get easier as you go through this number six is probably the most difficult question once you get through this, it does get easier after it. And I. Commend if you haven't already tried it out to to try out glide, it really does make your job easier in guiding your client to answering these questions. Kinda helps you glide through it. Right. So number six is interesting because it is my favorite too because what I always tell people especially those whoever model the home. Repair list also doubles as an improvement list. So why not reference that you remodeled the kitchen? And what did you do with that I told a house about a year and a half ago. Well maybe this isn't surprised everybody, but I had like five pages best polluter that just said. Everything was done to the house right replace this window pane this windowpane, this windowpane, skip the other one ones I didn't do. So basically, if it wasn't listed on there, I didn't touch it. And it was so complete and exhaustive in a way that you know I think it left the buyer feeling good and they had a good picture of like what was in most importantly, what was not done to the house And I would do that on every home. You know say hey. Kitchen instead of saying remodeled kitchen for me I'm going to say, Hey, replace counter installed new back splash replaced cabinets painted cabinets replaced floor I'm GonNa go through that so that they know what I touched in what I didn't. So now they know that I didn't tear out all the cabinets I didn't replace the appliances but yet these are the things that I did do and it can be a positive as well which I think is important. The painting thing is really important. Because if you've painted. In the last twelve months in particularly, you've painted a room where there may have been an old roof leak or there may have been some other damage. Right this can be great, but it can also.

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"termi" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

Dear Hank & John

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"termi" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"You got to despair when your freezer that's older. Oh that reminds me. Passively went out and met with a couple of nerd fighters who are donating to the our project object in Sierra Leone and they were very nice people very cool glove hanging out with them. They told me they've been married. I think for like maybe seven or eight years and they were talking about their turtles as when you get the turtles and one of them said when I was ten who said Oh so. They're they're long-lived turtles goes in and then she was like yet and they will probably live for fifty or sixty years so like you marry into into a relationship and you're marrying you're basically marrying into like a lifetime with turtles right like you're saying like I I WanNa Mary you and as part of that. I'm going to take care of turtles for the next forty years. Yes that's what love is. I know I think it's no full. Perfect kicked metaphor her for marriage. Yeah everybody's got their turtle everybody's got their turtles. And sometimes those turtles are forty. Two year old sparrow in the back of the freezer. I don't think this is taxidermy of will but I I think that if it is not only should you get the can we why I mean. Are you some expert in taxidermy. Termi is do you have a scientist. I don't know I don't know I just I feel like it's going to be very brittle I know the Byrd. taxidermy is hard any way and I think that there will not be any moisture girl after the bird for the skin to be pliable. All right let me throw out an idea. Okay you toss the forty two year. Old Is Sparrow no taxidermy taxidermy..

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"termi" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"termi" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"The second half of the year off to them for for running these dance just about every dance <hes> but I think at this point you probably want flight refresher global campaign especially with that pay such sir can Natoli beaten and the vanderbilt. I don't think so I think the probably the only thing working against him as the rail but when you've got his kind of speed it shouldn't be too much of an issue I guess the first quarter the mile maybe we'll we'll dictate what happens if strike powers right on his hip and sources into go a little bit quicker than he would like to. Maybe that could be an issue but <hes> the other part of it is who's really gonNA run in there. You know it's I think it's difficult to envision that imperial L. Hint we'll be ready for something like that off of this kind of layoff I know he ran extremely well Adair Toga last year in the vanderbilt. That's different scenario. He wasn't coming off at Dubai ship and a layoff after that and the imperial hint that we saw in his last couple of starts it was really not the one that we were dealing with a year ago. The horse that I'm going to try and partner was Natoli Jacket. It might be a little bit of a price to share and do do shares is seems to be more effective at six furlongs than seven even a little out of position in John of being probably a little oh closer than needed to be so if he's allowed to just lay back and make one run then he might be really the prime beneficiary of any kind of pace battle. I know the forensic fire is gonNA get some support. He's probably as good at six for us it any other distance. He's just not he other than those isolated incidents Rysley Racist Belmont where he ran very very well he just sort of been okay over and over and I don't know if against really top notch older caliber sprinters fast paced race if he's going to benefit I'd I'd rather use a horse. It'll be a little bit of a price like you share anything else. From <hes> Saratoga you know the the race that kicks off the late pick five the ages is a good <hes> one other than allowance race and I thought that put the glass down it was interesting for Termi- engelhardt coming from Laurel. He moved early last time and got nailed right right on the wire. That was not not a bad field by any means and this is a horse. You've got some pace to run out in front of him. I think that might be enough to set him up. There's a lot signed up in here so he can. He can get a clean trip. Maybe sitting just off that I really going to sort of Christ and that'll lead you into a multi-race sequence where I mean at least two of these stakes races feel like they're going to be one by horses relatively short prices so unless you like big bombs in the bowling green if you can create a little value in that first leg it'll go a long way a couple quick del Mar thoughts. We've got about two minutes. I'll tell you this bing crosby to really nice race tomorrow. <hes> recruiting ready shipping across.

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"termi" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"termi" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Money how much money how much money how much money coming product, Catalans coming, people, doubted, left weather, rat. How many how many laws again how many times how many coming coming coming to cheat? Comedy tells you how many times how many tons, she crap. How many chances sheet on gave from beat that every day that I'm ready to be broken and be day REEs told my brothers take my breath if I turn to a snake but I'm twenty one. No way suite. Penitential system. Make a couple of bucks my heart. So cold, I could put it in my game. I me and my dog was then you win and wrote a statement and really meal. My brother lost his life finish termi to beat my brother got life, finish turning to the streets have been through the storm minute turn to cheat, but the was sunny Aki paid rep on how much money coming product, how many people data left wet. Predator. How many how many times you got how many? Coming. Than dad coming. How many times you laugh? How many times how many? Punish crap, how many chances sheet and gave from that. Came from the. Six. Twenty two. Rain. Question. How many can they streams in a place from scenes behind the smoke and same really pissed? They sing. I never say anything. Everybody got a thing, some make millions other than make.

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 Spokesman: Iran to break stockpile limit set by nuclear deal

Morning Edition

05:28 min | 3 years ago

Spokesman: Iran to break stockpile limit set by nuclear deal

"Earlier today. Iran threatened to increase its stockpile of enriched uranium that would break the terms of the twenty fifteen nuclear deal. President Trump, of course withdrew the United States from that deal. But until now, Iran has said it would stick to its commitments, Iran insists it doesn't want to build a nuclear bomb. But these enrichment stockpiles would put it in the range of what it would need to build a weapon now all of this is happening. As the Trump administration insists that Iran is responsible for attacks onto oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman last week. Here's secretary of state Mike Pompeo on Fox News, Sunday, there's no doubt intelligence committee, has lots of data lots of evidence the world will come to see much of it, but the American people should rest assured. We have confidence with respect to who conducted these attacks as well as a half dozen other tax throughout the world of the past. Forty days are online with me. Now, former vice chief of staff of the US army retired general Jacquin, good morning, general. Good morning. Are you concerned at all with the news this morning that Iran says it will increase its enriched uranium stockpiles? Well, I, I actually thought they would do something like that what they're trying to do is put more pressure on international community, to entice the United States to toback down their strategy is, is pretty obvious because. Crippling sanctions certainly hurting their economy, which is contracted six percent. Inflation thirty seven percent. The currency is divided by the dramatically food shortages power outages, and growing civil unrest of the issues facing. And, and as we know now, our intelligence services, told us, they've had a pullback some of the funding for the proxies, which is their main foreign policy instrument that they used to control an influence to the Middle East. Let me ask you, if Iran wants to get the US is attention. And that's what they're doing with this announcement this morning. How how should the US respond? Well, I think what these activities at Iran is conducted in terms of disrupting commercial tankers in the Persian Gulf. That's also they're trying to put pressure on the international community because, you know, oil prices are going up disruption flow of oil this disrupted half the world's economy depends on that Audrey of oil coming out of the out of the Middle East. And I think what we're going to say here if the administration, I don't have inside information I don't I don't ever seek it. But just thinking through the issue is one inform our allies of the intelligence that we have, and also attempt to gain support for increased level of activity. And I think that's the phase win right now. The second thing I think we'll see is likely a coalition to support an escort tankers going to the Persian Gulf through the strait of moves in the Gulf of them on specifically, and Iran will likely react to that. And, and we will have to respond, but I do think. How let me ask you, you talk about a coalition. And I wanna ask you about our allies, Germany's foreign minister says the video that Centcom provided that said the shows evidence of Iranians removing a mind from the boat to the side of a boat. Termi says that's not sufficient, the Japanese government says they want more evidence. Is it normal for our allies to be so skeptical? And, and if they are as they appear to be what does that mean for the US? Well, I think the evidence is there secretary Pao's promised to provide additional evidence, our intelligence committee, have seen all the evidence, Adam Schiff, who certainly no supporter of this administration. He is the head of that committee. And he says the evidence is overwhelming and, and compelling. His words, not say that. So I think it's just a matter of what I'm saying we're gonna face here. We're going to get this information to our allies get support and began to Patel. Checked this commercial artery of oil. You know that the world so depends on and clearly by disrupting that Iran wants to put more pressure on the United States to back off on the citations, which is the first time that we have seen any democratic Republican ministration since the Iran began this campaign malign, aggressive behavior thirty nine years ago and has had significant success in the region with Lebanon Syria Yemen to be sure political influence in Iraq, and undermining the other countries in the region, not even speak of sponsoring world terrorism that I think we have an opportunity here, no guarantee of that. But to begin to curb their behavior. How combustible do you think this situation is in the last few seconds? We have left. I think it is, you know, Reagan doing the same thing and in and commercial shipping in the late nineteen eighties had to escalate. And how to take down to well, platforms and, and to station basis of naval shipping at the RG see used we'll probably on that path limited measured activity. Former vice chief of staff of the US army retired general Jackie general, thanks for your time this morning. Great

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"termi" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"termi" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Welcome in the ESPN app, special edition, women's World Cup coverage, alongside Olympic and World Cup champion Kate Markgraaff. I'm Sebastian saw it is day, two of the tournament, Kate, we had kind of like a gradual start day one just the one match gonna tripleheader today we got to see a lot of teams. I think we're both interested in and one of the teams that is pretty obviously one of the tournament favorites among the tournament favorites if not the favorite and that he's Germany, they get a one nothing win over China. And yet man it was really unimpressive. I was like super high on the Germans yesterday. I'm super low on having today. Yeah, really, really. Poor, I would go as far as poor. Wow. I would not go as far to say, as I would not say poor, I would say, well, done by China well done the plug the MiG midfield enforcement. Why that's how something Germany's seemed a woman to do they didn't want to create and those inside white channels at all, or at least capitalize in the final third drive it and line. And cross it, I think China's scouted, Germany really well, and realized termi likes to hit that early cross about six yards to ten yards off the end line. And they were able to negate that, and once that happened during it really know how to adapt, they made some good substitutions at half. But here's the key. If you're Germany, you are excited because you didn't play while you did your fifth different setup with your fifth, different lineup tactical formation, while MVP busting Goldberg always going to mispronounce that name. Sledge's caller. MVP Martina, Voss tech Lindbergh was good. I set you up on that one. I'm happy about that. She's still growing and trying to figure out her best. Team invest roster. She tried a different one today. It seemed to be lacking a little bit, but they still won. And they still won because of a setpiece Joe and that's something that we're gonna notice is that the teams that are having trouble finishing. They will advance into the knockout stages, if they have quality set pieces, something that for a long time was concerning about Spain is there, set pieces of weren't good and they were struggling in a game, and we'll get into that a little bit. But that's not a weapon while it is for Germany, and Sweden, and Norway, always wonder how much the first match matters because we've seen really struggle in that first match and go on to win the tournament. And yet, when we saw France look really strong yesterday. I think you're kind of sent a message to everybody in the term that says, hey, this French team is for real, it kind of throws your flag in the ground with this German team. Not only was, you know, you can say, okay, well, they got the result. Right. And in that regard, it's a victory. But I thought there were parts of their performance that, like if I'm thinking. What the German goals and expectations are which is semi finals finals, where I thought they looked really off the pace like I thought there was some turnovers in the first half that I've really not seen from Germany, and then I would also say this, there back line looked slow in a way that I did not expect. And so those to me are two things that, while like, okay sure I game jitters as you say, vas tech lemberg has not had this team for so long. Maybe they're still figuring out how to play together some of that may account for some of what we saw that I thought it was even worse than that. And if I'm a team that might be playing this German team later in the tournament could be a US or France. If the brackets break out that way in a final, I'm feeling pretty good based on what I thought it right? Because China could have been up going in that those two chances. Yeah. Yeah. Chances in the first forty five minutes and they were all because Jeremy airs. Oh, totally but not nearly as good, right? They hit a post. It is sidebar. They had a great goalkeeping say, by Scholtz who then grabbed her shoulder. And the number one in Germany was like oh, God, please get up. But here's the thing they were doing it to themselves. It wasn't like China was forcing them into airs. It was almost like they thought they could hit those again catastrophic square balls..

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"termi" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"termi" Discussed on WTVN

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"termi" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"termi" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"C the ABC's next up on the Friday free for all. Good morning. Oh. Good morning. Anyway, the reason I'm calling is. I watched that Muller statement and I mean, I was appalled, first of all, he milked haggard unsure of themselves, and just a mess. But nevertheless, you know, I think that Lindsey Graham head of the days he had of the intelligence to just do this year he committee. And I think that he should absolutely Sakina Miller. We need to ask questions. When did you know, when did why would you hire Hillary Clinton's lawyer against President Trump? To me, that's a series of questions, and I think the Republicans are very interested in finding out how do you put together your staff? How did you make the termination were there any things that were disqualified that you find people working for you who had had a vested interest in the political scene in two thousand sixteen? And then you begin to question if he did it and put these people on who clearly had a vested interest in the political scene. Was that intentional or was an incompetence? That's important. I think it was absolutely intentional. And I think it was an illegal investigation because of it. And I think every single one of them had, you know, an objected to take down Trump. They were all working with termi struck, you know, Clinton, all of them. And I think that, that Americans that want to see Justice. He the call ins e Graham. I already did that very day I call soon as his date, I called him and asked him to please subpoena him before the Senate. You'll just so you know, clearly a grim is the chair of the Senate Judiciary committee. He also serves on foreign relations budget, and appropriations, but he's on four committees. One of which is the chair, which is judicial thank you, Kelly. I would love to hear him question them to hear Ted Cruz question and actually. I don't know whether. Crews sits on that particular committee or not. But he is in my mind, one of the sharper legal minds in the Senate right now. And to hear him go after him refund. Trump hadn't won. He was my pick. So, you know, I totally admire him and he is brilliant. Thanks. We're on the same page on that. By the way, I love to cruise. AM six eighty toll free long distance although I don't think he could've won. Interestingly, I think that Republicans chose the only candidate who could actually win against the Clinton machine. Well, the way Mark my words, I still think that Hillary Clinton may end up being the nominee, they may call her back for a mulligan. Do over this has happened before most recently it happened. It seems to me in the nineteen fifties, where he had allies Stevenson in both nineteen fifty two and then again in nineteen fifty-six run against Dwight Eisenhower. So it's, it's not as if this is never occurred this. This can occur in nature. We'll see all four one zero WCBS eighty toll for, like distance is one eight hundred six eighty Rudy Giuliani by the way. No further on his analysis..

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"termi" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"termi" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

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"termi" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"termi" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"City election. The other is that Denver voters traditionally vote late. So Alton Dillard with Denver election says it could pick up a bit through the day as people come by here who insist on doing it the more traditional way, we're expecting to see a pretty good surge today, we actually already had our first voter in line. He's the guy who gets here and big league easier at about six fifteen every election days. It can always be first in line. Now, it is a short ballot people getting through it mostly less than fifteen minutes. Reporting live in Denver, Connor schrief KOA NewsRadio. Thank you, Connor. We could see more drama in the battle between congressional Democrats AG Bill bar. The department of Justice is now agreed to meet with the House Judiciary committee originally that meeting was set for Wednesday the same day that the committee had said vote to hold attorney general Bill bar in contempt of congress. In a statement termi Nadler says at the moment, our plans to consider holding attorney general bar accountable for his failure to comply with our subpoena, still stands my hope is that we make concrete progress towards resolving this dispute. Fox News is Kristen Fisher reporting Democrats want to release the full unredacted Muller report FBI director, Chris Wray is answering questions on Capitol Hill regarding the attorney general statement about spying during the two thousand sixteen election. The attorney general is seeking to understand better. The circumstances at the department and the FBI relating to how this investigation started. And we're working to help him ranking member Jeanne Shaheen asked Ray, if he would call FBI surveillance spying as the attorney general did Ray responded. That's not the term. I would use an added that he knew of no illegal surveillance of any of the two thousand sixteen campaign house in ways me House Ways, and means committee skews me will not get its hands on six years of President Trump's tax returns secretary, Steve. Newson has denied congressional Democrats. Request for six years of president Donald Trump's personal and business tax returns writing that the request quote Lexa legitimate legislative purpose and therefore the department is not authorized to release the return ABC's. John Parkinson a controversial so-called heartbeat abortion. Bill becoming a line Georgia today. Governor Brian temps signing off on if this morning, it will make most abortions illegal wants a fetal heartbeat can be detected which is usually around six weeks into a pregnancy. Close to twenty other states have tackled abortion laws so far this year. The measles outbreak in the US. Getting even worse. The CDC Naveh reports seven hundred sixty four measles cases across twenty three states. That's the highest figure in the US and some twenty-five years. Sixty new cases of the onus have been reported in the past week measles. Highly contagious and potentially deadly US health officials considered measles to be eliminated back in the year two thousand if you enjoy using the trails in Colorado for biking hiking or writing there's a new app for that. It's called Cotrel. Rex Alex dean from the department of natural resources says it's important weekend up in the mountains. You might start on city land and hike up into the forest service and top out somewhere else. And you know, this is a great place where you can have that kind of a thorny data all in one spot coach Rick stands for Colorado trails explorers. There are thirty nine thousand miles of trails on co Trek's best feature. Downloadable maps into the app that can be used when you don't have cell service. Sounds cool. And finally..

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"termi" Discussed on Z104

Z104

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"termi" Discussed on Z104

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"termi" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"termi" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

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"termi" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"termi" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"About yourself. I'm very good. I liked very in or out of school. The masters of library science. Yes. So you are in Dewey, decimal system expert. I love books books to termi on. I love. She's like, oh, I don't like him. Yeah. You're crepe. Smell. Kristen as a library in. Are you somebody who can read the kindle or do you? Do you prefer? I'm the same way. Patch turnings faction. I am the exact same way. All right. So let's see five hundred bucks to price seven straight days and also nineteen of twenty correct answers. So far this week. It's pressure, right. Let's play there. Okay. Basement at my school the PTA meeting. I I have to take the basement. Way more important than than that. I'm sorry. I didn't call Christine. Good luck. Today Shelley's wearing footy pajamas. They are a onesie footy pajamas. They have Oscar the grouch all over them. So one of my favorite. I love Oscar the grouch, and she's also wearing a Pearl necklace, which is a weird combination of things to wear Pearl, necklace and Foote's and today pajamas and the showdown rundown is brought to you by CD one price cleaners Chicago's overvalued pricing and same day service designed to keep your garment. Gave her that pro necklace. It's beautiful sparkling bringing it back the I hope that she gets the Oscar the grout or the what I say it was Oscar garage. I hope I hope she gets that dry cleaned dry clean only at hate hate to see anything happen to all right question. Number one. You ready? Kristen. WWE's charlotte. Flare turns thirty three today who's your famous father?.

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"termi" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"termi" Discussed on True Crime Garage

"She came home for airport, two AM, and I left around five fifteen still here and like about twelve ten and that afternoon, Nicole showed up at the door. Like, I texted time day called her say, you know, but she never got back to me. But she was back to any other people as well. And that's what really concerned a lot of people's like she's not getting back to like she's going to me. That's fine. Like she gets during the day unless you have three people which was very concerning and Nicole call me when she was at the door. And that's when I came home and then walked in the house and nothing vanished. Nothing was here. She wasn't. She wasn't here. The kids weren't here. Nobody was here. Essay, Jay and. Balance lost. C L E S T. For the fellas force the lessons three. And so how many times I called her three times Texas about three times just to say, you know? What's going on? Like I did. I could after that for for I called her and texted ones. Like, maybe she was just busy. It's just got back. You know, like everybody's probably calling her from a trip. She just got back, Mary Zona and. I figured just use us busy. But when befriend showed up, that's suppose like it registered like, right? This isn't right. She took off. I mean, right now, I don't even wanna just like throw anything out there like a hope that she's somewhere safe right now and with the kids, but I mean, could she bent because she just taking off. No. But if somebody has her and they're not safe like I want them back now like that. That's that's what am I like if they're safe right now, they're going to come back. But if they're not safe right now. That's that's not knowing part. Like, if they're not saying last night hours every everybody in the house on I was hoping that I would just get just ran over by the kids running in the door just barrel rushing me, but it didn't happen. And it was just traumatic night trying to be here. Shouldn't be. My kids in my life. I mean, those those smiles let up my life and this like I mean last night like Dir. You know, when they usually dinner. It was just like, I miss them. Like, I mean, I missed tell them. Hey, you got to eat that. Or you're not going to get hurt. You know, just like not can get your snack. After I missed that. Like, I miss them. You know, cuddle up on their couches. They're like Minnie mouse couch, and Sophia couch that they cut it up on and watching guppies or something, and it was just like I. Termi apart last night. And I needed that. I needed that last night, and for the nobody to be here last night and go into their rooms and not a no that I wasn't going to turn the Ray machines on and know that I wasn't going to turn their monitor on. No, I wasn't gonna kiss them to bed tonight. It was. It was I that's why I left I was this horrible. I couldn't do it. I just want I want everybody just gone wherever they're at. That's what I want..

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Dr. Kecia Gaither, MD Pt1 Child Birth Not Always Black and White

The Radiant Health Show

05:55 min | 4 years ago

Dr. Kecia Gaither, MD Pt1 Child Birth Not Always Black and White

"Taste this parade. Sydney. Right back to heart, but delivers the. Welcome to the radiant health show with Dr Christine Horner. Your source of information will help to achieve extrordinary health and longevity where each week we bring you fascinating interview with the leader in natural health from practitioners, ancient systems of medicine, such as traditional Chinese medicine IRA Vega to experts in the latest frontiers of complementary alternative medicine. You'll be entertained in mesmerized by guests. Well, learning many tips on how you can reach an joy and extrordinary state of health simply and naturally. I'm your host, Dr. Christine Horner for resurgent, and now an expert natural health and the author of the war when he books waking the warrior goddess, Dr Christine Horner's program to protect against and fight breast cancer. And my most recent book which is radiant health ageless beauty, a thirty day program. For extrordinary health beauty in longevity. I guess today is Dr. Kisha gave her. She's actually a double board certified physician in OB GYN and also in maternal fetal medicine, and she's actually specializes in issues with maternal death and and pregnancies. And so today, what we're gonna be talking about is some of the ways that women can actually significantly lower their risk of having a furious complications with pregnancy or even death, and and so Dr kisha getting. I'm sorry, actually just call Dr Ganz doctor, but thank you so much for gagne Amish. Oh, thank you so much for having me. Thanks so much. So let's just I first of all start out with like, how did you decide you are going to be a doctor, and how did you decide you to specialize this. Area? Well, that's kind of interesting. My mom told me that when I was around four years, I was running around telling people that I was going to be surgeon. So you know, you listen to what the four year old says, you know, particularly sent. I was also saying I wanted to have an elephant as a pet, so you gotta listen. Yeah, yet. But then you know, I really had a love of science and math, and it just kinda let me to the path. Initially, I wanted to be a pediatrician, but then when I did my third year rotation, they put me on the pediatric service on college service. It was kind of sad dealing with all of those children with cancer and going for chemo and with and so on. So that that kind of termi off a little bit. And then my next rotation was OB and I was fortunate enough to work under the auspices of a great maternal fetal medicine specialist dot to under g so that the sender, gee, if you're out there, you really were. You know, we're great mentor to me, and that's just I fell in love with it. And that just, you know what I wanted to do it affords a little bit of everything. Certainly, you know, you have to have medicine background. You're dealing with young women, you know, you're bringing life into the world. So not every day is is different. I mean, every day there's there's something there's something different, so it never gets boring and you constantly being challenged. So that's kind of where I am. I, I love what I do. So I, you know, statistically they say that maternal death is on the rise, which was kind of surprising to me because I mean, we've kinda think about that being long ago that people would die childbirth. And now it seems like it's extraordinarily rare, but there is a rather significant number of women that's still in childbirth. That's correct. And you know, I think that there are number of factors that kind of play into it. Certainly, when we're talking about maternal death, one of the things that I think really needs to be highlighted is there's a high rate of morbidity and mortality specifically among black women. A lot of things that go into a high maternal death rate. First of all, we're having babies

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Survey: Seniors say sex still matters despite woes of aging

02:16 min | 4 years ago

Survey: Seniors say sex still matters despite woes of aging

"A l all right so between the salmonella outbreaks and allergies and i guess prompt proposals some of you guys are like all right let's go and listen to dr dalia for some non political news of oh i just died to talk about what's going on with trump you know i am this termi daniels and all that i mean i you know it's it blows my mind how the media has nothing better to cover especially with everything going on in the world and everything going on with this country always has to be about trump so i get you i'm gonna try to give you guys a little breather from trump so i i or trump news i should say but this headline today from usa today and it's a headline and i'm like i said what's going on politically no it's it has to do with seniors and sex and i thought that was pretty interesting and it's kind of like changes the little boat of the show today could we talk a lot about sex seniors and sex they say many adults aged sixty five to eighty or having sex but not only having sex they are pretty satisfied not got a lot of younger listeners listen to the show we've got about twenty five girls twenty eight year olds a lot of millennials listen and i know what they're thinking when they see a headline like this sixty five to eight year olds having sex really someone's gonna dislocate a hip someone's going to lose their cain the dentures are gonna fall out any of you who are young and millennial ish okay get that out of your head that older people are old they're not and having a mom that's you know out there in the dating world and on the single scene they look like they're having a hell of a lot more fun than us younger folk now i'm generation x so i'm not a millennial trying to pretend to be a liking out the money sitting there but at much i will blend y'all and somebody's like bam make sure your children they're eating vegetables i like second there now my children.

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