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"thia" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast

Greg Laurie Podcast

09:39 min | 2 weeks ago

"thia" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast

"One of us as you're gathering together watching this wherever you are. Jesus is there with you and he has something he wants to say to you now. Seven churches are dressed by. Jesus he sends these love letters. If you will. We already looked at two of them. We looked at the church of emphasis and the church of smyrna remember in revelation to the church. Emphasis was a church leaving. It's i love not losing it. Because they knew where it was so they could return to it again. And maybe that describes you right now. You've had a passion that has been replaced by passivity. Your worship has been replaced by works. Your inspiration has been replaced by perspiration. Remember what jesus said to the church of emphasis remember from where you have fallen repent and do the first works quickly. I've ascended up this way. The three rs of getting right with god remember repent repeat but then we come to the church of smyrna which is suffering church this time of church history when millions of believers gave their lives for the lord. Because they would not say caesar's lord but instead said jesus is lord but rather than weakening them persecution actually strengthen them so now we come to a different kind of problem in the church. Satan realizes that he can't destroy the church through persecution instead of weakening them. They've turned into this. Lean mean preaching machine so he changes his tactics and he decides to infiltrate the church. You've heard of the old expression if you can't beat them join him as we come now to our next church called the church. A- pergama sees the devil effectively joins the church revelation chapter two verse twelve. Read with me if you would into the angel of the church pergama s- write these things says he that has a sharp two edged sword. I know your works where you dwell were satan's thrown is and you hold fast to my name and you did not deny my fate. Even the days in which antibodies my people martyr was killed among you where satan dwells. You know it's interesting. That's mentioned twice where satan dwells listen. The dental is not the equal of god. God is omniscient which means he knows everything. The devil is limited in his knowledge. God is omnipotent which means all powerful the devil has limitations to his power and god is omnipresent which means present everywhere but the double can only be in one place at one time. So if the doubles in san francisco he can't be in moscow and if he's in moscow he can't be in wherever so the point is he seemed to have set his seat up in this city where the church was. And what's happening here with this. Church is they're starting to compromise. It starts with little things and ends up in big things. That's the way sin works little sins. Turn into big cents little compromises turn into big problems so we need to follow the advice. Jesus gives here to pergama mous for sixteen repent or come to you quickly and fight against those with a sort of my mouth. He that has an ear to hear. Let him hear what this spiritus ain't it says god's wake up call let me just say this. Am i talking to somebody right now. That says they're a christian. But you're sleeping with your boyfriend your girlfriend. You say you're a christian but you're having an affair on your spouse you say you're a christian but you're lying on your tax returns your you say you're a christian and you regularly tear others down to denigrate them in slander them hold on now. You're like the people in the church of pergama you're compromising and that is not what god wants bringing us to our fourth church identified as thyatira so they go from compromise with pergama to full blown acceptance of sin in the church of thia tyra revelation tubers nineteen. Jesus says i know your words your love your servants your faith in your patience and as your works your last are more than your first. So he commenced them some of you doing pretty well. Nevertheless i have a few things against you because you allowed that woman jazz bell who calls herself a prophetess to teach introduce my servants to commit sexual immorality anything sacrificed to idols. I gave her time to repent her sexual immorality and she did not repent. So who's jacksonville. Was the wife of king ahab. She was a wicked woman. Who was queen of israel and she believed in the worship of the false. Got a bail. Jessica was the one that put the contract out on the prophet elijah. It said i'm going to put that man to death and she actually influenced the whole nation. So the church of thia tyra had grown tolerant of sin. Jesus tells them to repent now we come to the church of sardis and revelation chapter three verse. One to the angel of the church. And starters right these things says he that has a seven spirits of god and the seven stars. I know your works. You have been named that. You are alive but you are dead be watchful and strengthen the things tremaine that are ready to die forever. Your works perfect before god here with these churches we've looked we see the natural regression of sin sin always pulls you down so you begin to lose your passionate like the believers and the church of emphasis instead of moving forward. You're starting to move backwards. Then you start compromising like the churches of pergama thia tyra and you end up dead like sardis as i've said before no one generally plans on backsliding but one day you wake up and you say what happened. What happened to my life. What happened to my marriage. What happened to my health. I've made all these bad decisions. How did i get here. I never wanted to go to this place. But here i am. It started through little compromises that led to this slippery slope of sin. Sardis is a church. Looks good on the outside but their dead on the inside. Have you ever been to a hollywood set. You realize that when you watch these movies and tv shows that a lot of times. They're not real buildings. Just the facade of the building behind it are are pieces of wood holding it up and so in many ways this is at shirts. Look good on the outside but there were dead on. The inside is out a description. There's someone talking to you right now. Everyone thinks you're just the greatest christian of all time but there's a dead this inside of you. That's what was happening with this church. So what can a dead church do our let me personalize it. What can a believer do if they feel that. They're in a deadened state or the great physician. The lord himself gives us prescription for recovery. You know if you're not feeling well and you go to the doctor if you don't do what the doctor says that's not on him. It's on you heard about a patient to went to his doctor and said you know talk. It's been one month. Since i saw you. And i'd feel worse than i felt on the day i came to your office the doctor said would did you follow the instructions on the medicine i gave you and the person said yes i did. The bottle said keep tightly closed. You close it after you're done but open it and take the medicine and so jesus is giving his medicine. Here's what he's saying. Here's what you need to do. If you find yourself feeling spiritually dead. It's all found in his description of himself and verse one of chapter three. He says he's the one who holds a seven spirits of god and seven stars. The seven spirits are a symbol of the holy spirit in his fullness when many believers need is to be empowered by the holy spirit. Let's say about a brand new car you drove of the lot. You're loving. it ran perfectly for a week maybe a week and a half and then one day just talked so you have it towed back to the dealer. You say what's wrong with this car. You sold me. You rip me off and and they look inside of your car and they turn on the ignition. And you're you're on empty. Your fuel is gone. Did you fill it up with. Guess what you have to fill this up with guests. Yes you do. Sometimes in our life. Is christians going along. We're starting to sputter and we're starting to stall and we don't know what's wrong. You need a refill. You need to be filled with the spirit of asians. Chapter five says be filled with the spirit speaking to yourself in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs singing and making melody in your hearts to the lord and that phrase be filled means be filled over and over again. So god wants.

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Fancy Some Anxiety Without Action?

The Guilty Feminist

00:39 sec | 3 weeks ago

Fancy Some Anxiety Without Action?

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Why Only Engineering ? Is there world outside it? - burst 3

Sadharan Baatein

45:08 min | 5 months ago

Why Only Engineering ? Is there world outside it? - burst 3

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Biden Administration Will Not Require COVID-19 Vaccine Passports, White House Says

Fox News

01:44 min | 5 months ago

Biden Administration Will Not Require COVID-19 Vaccine Passports, White House Says

"Proof will be required for entry. But while schools and businesses may want some documentation, the idea of a vaccine passport is not going to be mandated by the federal government, at least, according to White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki. The government is not Now, nor will we be supporting system that requires Americans to carry a credential. There will be no federal vaccinations database and no federal mandate requiring everyone to obtain a single vaccination. Credential. She did say their concern was with protecting Americans. Privacy colleges like Rutgers, Duke Brown Cornell are requiring students to get vaccinated. Cruise lines like Norwegian and American Queen Steamboat will require all guests and staff to be vaccinated. The MBA announced last week, a partnership with a comedy called Clear, which has developed a health pass AP Clear says it offers covert symptoms surveys but also a way to store test and vaccine data. The Miami Heat has started allowing fully vaccinated people who can prove it. Sit in two sections closer to the court. They still have to wear masks. Last week, the Mets announced they'd also be using clears health passed to confirm a fan's negative covert tests before game attendance. MGM Resorts is also partnering with clear, as is Las Vegas Sands Corporation. And, of course, as you might imagine, the airlines are considering all of this to their trade group. The IA Thia says they've been working on a travel pass. Different countries have different covert restrictions before entering. And while New York was the first state to create a so called vaccine passport with the Excelsior past other states are interested. Hawaii is partnering with clear and the Commons Project Foundation on digital vaccine authentication. IBM is also working on a digital health past using Blockchain technology. So is all of this A good idea. Is it legal? Should we be calling this

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Randomized Trial of C5a Receptor Inhibitor Avacopan Shows Promise in ANCA-Associated Vasculitis

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

02:41 min | 7 months ago

Randomized Trial of C5a Receptor Inhibitor Avacopan Shows Promise in ANCA-Associated Vasculitis

"C five a receptor inhibitor. Of copan is being studied for the treatment of anti neutral fill. Side of plasma antibody anca associated vascular itis in the advocate randomized trial. Three hundred thirty one patients with anca associated vascular litis were assigned to receive oral evacuate pan at dose of thirty milligrams twice daily or oral prednisone on a tapering schedule. All the patients received cyclophosphamide followed by as thia prynne or toxic. Map remission at week. Twenty six the first primary endpoint was observed in seventy two point. Three percent of patients receiving vacco pan and in seventy point one percent of patients receiving prednisone own sustained remission at week fifty. Two the second primary endpoint was observed in sixty five point. Seven percent of patients receiving vacco pen and in fifty four point. Nine percent of patients receiving prednisone serious adverse events excluding worsening vascular. Lettuce occurred in thirty seven point. Three percent of the patients receiving a vacuum pan and thirty nine percent of those receiving prednisone in this trial involving patients with anca associated vascular. Itis a vacco pen was non inferior but not superior to prednisone taper with respect to remission at week twenty six and was superior to prednisone taper with respect to sustain remission at week fifty two the safety and clinical effects of vacco pan beyond fifty. Two weeks were not addressed in the trial in an editorial kenneth warrington from mayo clinic. College of medicine and science rochester. Minnesota writes that. The advocate trial heralds a change in treatment of anca associated vascular lightest that was previously unthinkable. The possibility of inducing disease remission without glucocorticoid however all patients in this trial did receive a brief course of glucocorticoid during the screening phase or early in the trial. As press own was being tapered off and discontinued and also could receive glucocorticoid as rescue medication. An innovative aspect of the advocate trial was the use of a glucocorticoid toxicity index. That captures common glucocorticoid related. Toxic effects including change in body weight glucose tolerance blood pressure lipids myopathy neuro psychiatric features and infection

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Indigenous Artist To Artist

All My Relations Podcast

04:34 min | 1 year ago

Indigenous Artist To Artist

"Welcome to all my relations friends. We're super happy to have you here and to see you your faces on zoom and to have you a part of this call today. Today. We're discussing our work as artists are relationship with art the art world we're trying to think of a way to do introductions that felt more kind of. Grounded in the work that we want to talk about Then just having all say like who you are and where you're from, we also wanted to talk about the the reason behind the work that we do as creative as artists, whatever it is. So Mantica and I were talking about this before the call and thinking about like I am a writer and I am podcast her and I am a storyteller in those ways and the reason I do it and the reason I spent so much time thinking about it is because I believe that telling our stories in real and authentic ways matters That can create actual change in the world and the way that people see us and so that's what grounds me in this work in like keeps me going in terms of all of the the daily strife of trying to be a writer via podcast via academic is that I believe in the power of our voices. So if we could have each of you kind of talk about who you are and Thia sort of reason behind the work that you do. Relation. Who Adrian my name is Ryan Red Corn. I'm from the Husk Oklahoma and the oaxacan district and I am osage. I make stuff I make photos, graphic design for folks and myself I make films I. Have now written place co-wrote plays I wrote songs in that play A. Im- now, doing a podcast with you I. D-. I don't think that makes me a podcast but I don't know I just keep making stuff. I've made poems. I'm running out of things that I've made but I just I just make stuff I'm also a dad a made some kids. Maker. Babies I'm bringing our nation back almost singlehanded. I don't know what holly situation is but I know that I've made more children than most of the people on this podcast. And you make a, you make the movies for the fourteen, Ninety one to this I'm probably the funniest one, the other guys they they won't admit that They're they're kind of really jealous. So in case they asked just know that that's what they're probably contest that statement And can you tell us a little about why it is that you make all the makings? You know before? I. Had kids I made the makings because I was pissed off I didn't like the state of the world, and now that I have kids I'm still pissed off about the state of the world but I'm pissed off on their behalf because this is the world they're inheriting. So. Hopefully, the things that I make. they see themselves in. And so maybe it will help to. ground, their self esteem and. Provide them a larger Palette to imagine a world in. Hopefully. They're very clever. Your kids have conned me into getting them candy on on multiple. Yeah. Well. Like like me, they descended from a long line of politicians, salesman and preachers, and so. It makes total sense that they would be able to. Get whatever they wanted from you by virtue of how they do that to every adult besides me in their entire life.

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"thia" Discussed on Front Porch Politics | Money, Faith, and Politics

Front Porch Politics | Money, Faith, and Politics

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"thia" Discussed on Front Porch Politics | Money, Faith, and Politics

"We are seeing massive massive destruction in our country right now and. And this massive destruction was all started because of the death of one man named George Floyd will number one. What happened to Mr Floyd is? We have discussed on Fridays. PODCAST was not right I. don't see anything right about this and I do think we need to Let lady justice. Do Her job and prosecute those who need to be held responsible, so there is no doubt that there was A. Event that took place in America a tragic event of Thia that would have brought all of us together because I would say probably ninety five percent or more of the population agrees. There was nothing route about what happened to George Fluid. But at the same time you have those who were out there who just want to take advantage of any situation? So you have this? It was George Floyd where Americans could have come together. We could of really worked on making social justice a true issue, not just a socialist thug issue, but instead we had members of Congress, a neier Presley Johan Omar Alexandria Cortez in Rashida, to leave who were out there on twitter and other social media platforms, and they were just encouraging people to riot plunder pillage whatever you WANNA say. And so far what we have seen out of these protests, we have seen people who are taking a terrible situation and making it worse, and that is not American and I'm so tired of hearing this. Okay, look I get that. When we were trying to get our independence from England that we overthrew the English government by having things like the Boston Tea Party all right. That's a good point. But what happened after America won her independence. Did we just continue to let things trend towards chaos? No, we did not. We actually said about laws that provided for the Common Defense Im- promoted domestic tranquillity. Now it's taken us a long time to get to where now and sadly we've taken a step back and only give you one example of what I mean by. No, we did not we just. Just did not contain to let people do whatever they wanted to and grain it I know. This was a free social media world. It was a free computer and Internet world so you might think well. Things were different, so they had to handle things differently well, no France. That's not the case, so let me tell you a little bit about the whiskey rebellion that took place under President George Washington. See the whole time during independence, we were fighting because a foot, no taxation without representation, and that was a big deal to the colonists because they felt like they didn't. receive a voice for the money. They were paying to England now. Keep in mind that there are also those Americans who at the time wanted to go ahead and make up with the English and remain under British control, but yet we wanted to be able to have a voice, so there was even contrasting viewpoints in that. When American saw they were full bore on for independence, and that word was being tossed around..

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"thia" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"thia" Discussed on WTOP

"Low Thia good morning both directions between Solomon Islands road and green a crux of between route two or two fifty nine a crash activity reported all lanes are blocked at last report Ian Crawford WTOP traffic storm team four track a couple of showers in those showers will continue overnight and right on into the morning hours so heads up you'll probably need the umbrella of your head now for that morning commute I'm not expecting a lot of rain during the day and your Tuesday but once again most of it will come during the morning commute right on through about ten eleven o'clock and then most of the afternoon actually on the dry side high temperatures in the mid fifties during the day on Wednesday we'll see a dry day for the most part the rain comes in Wednesday night's adapters once again in the mid fifties some strong people chief meteorologist Doug Kammerer right now we're at forty seven degrees outside the WTOP studios were brought to you by Linda Plummer trusted same day service seven days a week talk about letting the plumber tell us what you're seeing on your commute call the WTOP traffic center at eight six six three zero four W. T. O. P. Washington's top news traffic and weather keeping you informed twenty four seven three sixty five for pairing yourself to deal with this season's allergies coming up on WTO there's a chill in your bones your furnace is in danger of break down when you least expect it thanks for coming so fast something's wrong with my furnace Michelson twenty one point tune up will make your furnace was stronger and warmer and it's just fifty nine Bucks fifty nine dollars well what we do ma'am we do furnace tune ups the right way the R. fifty nine dollar furnace tune up from Michael and WTOP with super human strength temptress within touching tangles with the trail their world will come crashing down Washington national opera presents Samson and Delilah since owns iconic story of love in DC this lavish production stores.

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"thia" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"thia" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Hey, Dr Liederman or back. We'll talk about a man is fifty one years old. He's single came with his friend and roommate for recurrent glioma blast. Oh, my came to me a few months ago. He was diagnosed last August he had neurologic symptoms. Dizziness? Headaches was unable to dress themselves up fifty year old man with all those terrible symptoms, and he went to a hospital at a number. I opened up his head Thia gnostic, Leo bust alma, and then he had standard radiation in standard chemo. And then a few months later within four five months the tumor came back, and what did they do? They gave him the same chemo. Again. We just talk. About this. You may think these are crazy stories, but it happens all the time. The doctors gave the same treatment that already failed wealth the treatment already failed. And they give it again. What's the likelihood of at working Kirti low? So it came to me we staged them up. We've found the cancer growing and now rebelled to offer a new innovative treatment for his brain tumor for is brain cancer for his glory. Best Oba that's what we do at radio, Saturday, New York, and it has a better chance of control in the cancer because our treatment is innovative it's focused. It's intense and yet very well tolerated. All within minutes. No, cutting no bleeding, no screws in the head. Unlike other systems, all outpatient, no hospital. Stay that's the work that we do. And we have the longest experience New York forming brain radio surgery now we're talking about a man who came from the Middle East from Ramallah. He's fifty seven years old. He's married with seven children, and he has a two year history of having bladder cancer. You went. To a hospital the New York area, and he was found how bladder cancer invasive cancer and the gave him chemotherapy to the vein. Well, heck, they did not give the most intense treatment. They gave chemo for bladder cancer chemo only for invasive bladder cancer, and it didn't work and now they want to remove his bladder was fifty seven removing the bladder. We just spoke about another patient seem so common that the surgeon wants to remove the bladder but hack this man does not want to remove his bladder does not want to lose his sex life. He does not want to urinate through a straw through a bag on his side. Now, he wants to keep his life is a history of smoking. And smoking is related to bladder cancer is luckily quit, but he just quit a month ago. It's a warning sign if you're smoker to stop smoking if a forty year old stop smoking today the live nine years longer. So lots of dividends by stopping smoking for this man were staging up to make sure that there's no spread of the cancer. We wanna know where. Or the cancer is before anything's done seem so often the surgeon wants to cut without looking which is another issue. It's a common issue, which we're trying to educate everyone about one thing about hanters that can travel that's the definition of cancer, and it should be staged. I was with a gentleman last night of the radiation field. And he was surprisingly telling me how other doctors are listening to the show, and they're using the same words that I use about hitting the cancer and other things, but the problem is I don't have decades of experience..

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"thia" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"thia" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

"And I have seen that image before that was on planet earth at one other one of them did show it Steve. Yeah. It's a cry aid. Those are also very common. So actually colloquial known as Indian beads. I didn't talk about the Japanese soldiers. So. You would think why wouldn't they just use a flashlight, right? You could basically have like a jar or a pocket or something a pouch of dried ostracods, and then you just add water and crush them. And you get this beautiful blue glowing bioluminescence, and they and even after months of being dried cool, and it created the perfect amount of light that you could read a map or a letter with. But would not give away their position. It was not bright that it would give away their position. So after it right either. That's true. Marco sort of on demand glose gal bioluminescence close how long does like I have some what are they called Dino? Flashlights? But they you shake it close to what? Yeah. You shake it and the globe it only for like five seconds. And then again, yes. With the study that I was reading it depends. They could vary that based upon the mix of enzymes they have more slow-burn that would last a long time or ones that would be more quick to white up. But then not last as long. Yeah. Okay. Cool. Time. Yeah. You run your hand through the water and they glow. But then they like to k really quickly. But I think these glow for a reasonably long amount of time apparently long enough that you could read by you know, I want to go to that bay. Where's that picture from? I wanna visit it I wanna visit these creatures. Yeah. And read some maps by their lights crush, it's cool ostracods. Now, we know richer, very cool. All right. It's a good job and Evan. Yeah. I'm just gonna start going with Evan every if you did that well last week. So you say that Karen. And all I have news. Make you go before Evan everytime. I mean, I'm never gonna go. Evan ever. Again. There you go. Avenue. You have a quote, I do I do don't be afraid of hard work. Nothing. Worthwhile comes easily. Don't let others discourage you or tell you that you can't do it in my day. I was told women didn't go into chemistry. I saw no reason why we couldn't. And that's a quote from Gertrude b Elian who is one of the nineteen eighty eight Nobel prize for medicine recipients, and she is credited for having helped develop the first immunosuppressive drug AZT. No as the your as Thia print as as Thia prynne used for Orleans once you do cool. I mean, the fact that you have to do organ transplants in cool. Why would you you don't use it for autoimmune disease? Neurological that makes sense attack trains. Most of those like hardcore immunosuppressive drugs that I'm using for neuro immunology were developed for Oregon every action that we just sorta bar them. You know for other indications and part of her research helped contribute to the development of the aids drug as e take which is why mentioned ACT before. So we will be launching our brand new newsletter on the seventh. Put me on the list. Sure, you're on the thanks. So you could go to our website go to the homepage. And we'll have a link on their few to sign up. If you're interested in receiving it. It'll be a monthly newsletter. That'll be chock full of interesting things and stuff that the you like highlights of what the s g you did the previous month. All right, guys. Thank you all for joining me this week, man. Thanks, steve. And until next week. This is yours skeptics guide to the universe..

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"thia" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"thia" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Having a mood swings lately? And what I mean by that is kind of highs and lows. Maybe a little bit. Sometimes I feel like I'm. Really tired. And then the next thing, I'm energetic. Yeah. All right. Dopamine levels are probably low. Have you seen a doctor at all like senior primary care recently? But not tell them I seen my. And technology. I haven't had any problems with it. So I didn't talk to him about it. I'm gonna give you a couple of things to do. And I think it'd be wise guitar within the the reason is you're you're dealing with dopamine levels. That's a brain chemical called a neurotransmitter dopamine. It's pretty simple to balance out, but it's also easy to get imbalanced in when you when he gets imbalanced you can have slight little tremors that can mimic Parkinson's type symptoms, although it's not Parkinson's typically. So let me give you some things that could help balance this out. There's some food that you can eat meat fish, eggs cheese and the dark chocolate eighty percent dark chocolate, those all raise dopamine levels naturally. You want to stay away from caffeine. So no coffee in you, probably want to stay off the green tea that has caffeine is well couple supplements that help blueberry extract where he can eat regular blueberries either one, but l tyrosine amino acid, vitamin B six and also in assisting all of those will help raise dopamine levels, and again, it could be a mineral deficiency too. And that's why. You want to magnesium and potassium. Get those levels up. Just a little bit. If you noticed much of a change, but getting real tired, and then having a ton of energy that swinging back and forth. That's classic dopamine by giving those levels backup, you should notice. A difference used to fill steady and have a good overall mood throughout the day. You notice that come back up just by having some of the supplementation. And some of the foods, then that's probably what it was especially tremor goes away. But I would run by your Endo, and maybe some blood work done. Always a good idea. Thanks for the call questions about your health, triple eight two eight three seventy two seventy two. Let's go to Andrea Thia. Welcome to the show. Hello. Living. Well, how can I help our column because here? Over quite nervous breakdown. Maputo? Jerk. In my head. From. About it..

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"thia" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"thia" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"L news at nine. I'm Heather Curtis. A major announcement on border security and the government shutdown. We'll be made this afternoon by President Donald Trump. It comes as the shutdown enters its fifth week has the impasse over border wall. Funding continues the White House not giving any details about what the president will be announcing today in a video posted on Twitter a few hours after he said, he would be giving a major announcement. The president said this take the politics out of it. Let's get to work, and let's make a deal. We sit down a lot of the Democrats. They re with me they've told me so, but they're afraid to say it, but Democrats still say publicly, they don't wanna wall house. Aide says Democrats are in favor of spending hundreds of millions of dollars to hire more immigration judges and double down on security at ports of entry for Mexico into the US. You can hear the president's entire address live right here on wwl mayo at three and as the. Shutdown continues. So does help from local furloughed, feds and contractors who aren't getting paid. They can get free food from the capital area. Food Bank today, a pop-up markets at eight giant and Safeway stores last weekend was the first weekend that we actually held these markets and the demand was was significant food Bank. President Rodham Thia says last weekend more than double the number of people. They expected turned out markets are opening now they close at eleven this morning buzzfeed's editor standing by a story accusing President Donald Trump of telling his former attorney Michael Cohen to lie to congress about a Moscow real estate project. The article says Cohen told special counsel Robert Muller about the president's instructions for Muller's office says some of the information in the article isn't true, BuzzFeed editor, Ben Smith. Council could immediately make clear what that would make it easier for everybody to to stand it up. But I think we are very confident in the reporting the president tweets, quote, remember it was BuzzFeed that released the totally discredited dossier paid for by crooked Hillary, and the Democrats is opposition research on which the entire.

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"thia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"thia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's five pm. This is WNYC FM HD AM. New york. Partial government shutdown is now the longest in American history. And for some workers payday has come and gone. I mean, it does until you need to look at a paycheck. All you see zeros for Saturday January twelfth this is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Sarah mccamman will hear from people affected by the shutdown and what they plan to do with the government stays closed wearing uncharted territory of this. And really we're kind of making it up as we go and music superstar Mike Posner opens up about life and laws and his new album a real good kid. First the news. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Janine Herbst as the partial government shutdown officially becomes the longest in history on its twenty second day. Some federal workers are now struggling to feed their families and fury. Jon Stewart reports from a pop-up foodbank outside Washington DC outside a supermarket. A line of for load workers waiting to pick up free food stretched around the block the capital area. Food banks CEO Rodney Thia was taking notes on what agencies. They work for department state FDA.

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"thia" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"thia" Discussed on KCRW

"From NPR news in Washington. I'm Janine Herbst as the partial government shutdown officially becomes the longest in history on its twenty second day. Some federal workers are now struggling to feed their families NPR's Jon Stewart reports from a pop-up foodbank outside Washington DC outside a supermarket. A line of furloughed workers waiting to pick up free food stretched around the block the capital area food Bank. CEO Rodham Thia was taking notes on what agencies. They work for department of state FDA FBI coast guard, we just had a woman from the White House. The list goes on Brittany may a purchasing agent at the national institutes of health was there with her five-year-old daughter to pick up some fresh vegetables and canned food. She says that although the NIH has operating during the shutdown. Her family is still hurt by the uncertainty. It's caused are we going to be shut down. All we not going to get paid those of us live paycheck to paycheck. We're scared may say she used to think government job was stay. Able now she's thinking about going into the private sector. John Stewart NPR news Rockville, Maryland secretary of state, Mike Pompeo is on a swing through Persian Gulf states talking about ways to counter Iran and keep up the fight against ISIS NPR's. Michelle Kellerman reports says the fact that a couple thousand uniform personnel will be leaving Syria. Doesn't change the US goals to fight ISIS end to get quote every Iranian booed out of Syria. He's building up a coalition to pressure. Iran, do as he puts it behave like a normal country, the coalition is big.

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"thia" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"thia" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"But instead, let us talk about coat was very warm outside, and I will admit I had a significant amount of flop swipe, and this seems to me much more pressing than the issue of illegal immigration itself. Climate change could spoil my putting early before the expiration date. Go on the does go with the biggest crisis. Civil the Thia typic- community has made it very clear in telling us that climate change is real and it's causing devastating home to our country and the entire planet, and they have told us in no uncertain terms. That if we do not transform our energy system away from fossil fuel our nation, and our planet and the planet. We will be just just insane just insane. So we're not going to talk about the border issue or them instead talk about climate change. If Democrats really think that's a big winner for them. Then Trump is going to win this thing. Now, where is this going to go from here in all likelihood, the president is going to I think now if he doesn't get any movement from the Democrats, he declares a national emergency, which I think is wrong move. I think it's an immoral move. I think it's not legal move. I think he will do that. I think he'll wait for a court to strike down the move. And then he will complain about the courts and the Democrats government gets funded, and we all move on with our lives. But he signal to his base cares about the issue. I think that's the most likely cynical outcome. What should he do? He should stick to his guns and forced Democrats to explain really why they don't want any sort of border secure wall. Why they don't want any sort of barrier on the border right now. A lot of people say well it cynical. Why didn't Trump do this two years ago? You're right. It is cynical. Doesn't mean. He's wrong two things can be true. At once. It is a cynical move. It can also be. A politically valuable move and also a policy valuable move a policy winter for the president of the United States. Okay. In just a second. I want to get through the media response to all of this because the media response to all of this is almost as insane as the democratic response to all of this. I we take a look at the folks in the media are not actual members of the media. Stormy Daniels who we were assured just wanted to go back to her well earned obscurity, she decided that she was going to distract from the president's speech by doing her laundry in her underwear, right? This was a and this was pressed for by the media because this is the world we now live in. So here's some video of her doing laundry in her underwear. Don't worry it is safe for work. Although it didn't. It's surprisingly not fantastic in any case here, she has folding her laundry. I don't know how many people actually watched that as time that was one response from the media another response from the media came courtesy of Seth Meyers who's less funny than than he used to be at one point. South Myers was probably a funny person. I don't know what happened to him. He tweeted out..

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"thia" Discussed on The Pulse

The Pulse

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"thia" Discussed on The Pulse

"More pressure to look good. Sometimes I go to my family, doctor and say I have to see someone this after I need to look pretty right now. What can you do for years? She took steroids to control the XM, but they became less effective, and she was afraid of the side effects if she moved onto stronger medication so she decided to quit steroids her skin gone, really, really bad. She felt like she couldn't take it anymore. And she told him could I know you say I want to die. I don't have any choice. I can't take a lifelike this. I've decided to die my mother cried. And she said don't be like this. It's very hard for me to to see you going through this. But if you decide to do this, I can't stop you. But I'll die with you. In clinic. I've had patients who they blame Exuma and saying fight on a final get this age under control. I feel like I need to commit suicide. And I can think of off the top of my head several patients who said this and someone said this to meet last week a new patient. That's Eric Simpson. He's a professor of Matola G at Oregon Health and science university. He says we don't understand why. But people have eczema or at a higher risk for the Prussian and suicide Francesca, eventually got better. But she tried so many things she's not sure what made the difference. She started doing yoga changed her Thia to avoid eggs, theory, wheat and seafood now. Her exit doesn't flare up as often. And in who chop is a beauty editor she has created a bit of a niche position for herself in writing about taking care of very sensitive skin..

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"thia" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

The How-To Heretic

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"thia" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

"Well, if if we're talking about a book that has the that that people have decided means that there's only six thousand years of human history, and that's four thousand years in. Yeah. It's not shortly. That's. So this book was written somewhere between eighty one and ninety six CE. Although even that's stood disputed for a long time. The book was thought to be kind of a comforting. A comfort to early Christians. How bad did they have it? Well, that's the funny thing. Yeah, they were suffering under the oak of emperor Domitian that guy and the idea being he was such a tyrant that this was like, hey, guys. Don't worry. It's gonna get better. Everyone died everybody dying. But now the thinking is because apparently mean wasn't the tyrant that he was thought. Yeah. That's that's kind of a bit of Christian spin exactly the book is that this book is actually written in the context of an early schism in the Christian early Christian church between early Christians who wanted to have better relations with the Roman Roman empire, and those who did not which include the author of the book of revelation, and then the People's Front of Judea exactly exactly the author being Dan Brown early versions of this of the bible omit this book. Although by the councils of Carthage in four nineteen it was fully accepted as canon. However, the eastern orthodox church currently does not include. So this wasn't part of nausea. It was it wasn't. It was. And so it it's there are versions that were that included it inversions that didn't okay because the book is so strange. It's it's so different than any other book, especially in the test. It's kind of a fever dream. It's crazy. Yeah. And and so they didn't know where to put it. They didn't know how to include it. They didn't know where to include it in the in the like, look we want the damage this book is going to do. Really weirdly written. And even I mean, even Martin Luther for example, didn't like the book, they're going all the way pretty cuddly guy. But you know, because it's so strange so violent it doesn't fit. It is written differently than any other book of the bible. It just it took them a long time to figure out where to put it. So they thought oh, we'll stick it at the very end. What harm can that do? Right. So so with all that said, let's begin so gone already. We're going to do this. So in chapter one we start with a ton of flowery bullshit, including repeatedly saying that this is all about to happen in verse nine of chapter one John introduces himself and says that he is he is our companion in in tribulation. Okay. The the John that wrote this book he identifies himself by name. But it is obviously. And certainly not the John who wrote the book of John or even a guy named John. We don't know who wrote this book. So any rapture Booker movie aficionado will know that tribulation? Saints is a big part of the myth and tribulation will be a major theme of the book going forward. John John also claims that he was he is on the island of Patmos for this revelation. Okay. There is a cave there is where is that? That is it's off of Greece. Okay. And I Google earth. It it's positively beautiful amazing white parties big gay destination. You can rent a scooter for nothing prompt. Well, it looks it looks very much like a little tourist island. I guess it is it's a major Christian tourist sites. The cave of the apocalypse is actually a UNESCO world heritage sites. Okay. So there you go. So an N which an angel begins to speak to Jon with the the the voice like a trumpet that he is to write down. What he sees and send them to the seven churches in fees Smyrna, par MOS Thia Thira killing at Sardis Philadelphia. Yeah. And loud. So this whole book in that trumpet like. I mean with the voice of a trumpet does that mean does angel sounded like one of the adults in Snoopy cartoon exacly boy? You think you think where we are now? Okay. So from different than. So this whole this whole book was written for seven churches in these seven locations. There's a great verse about the son of man clothing, garment down to the foot, and quote and GERD about the Papp's with the golden girdle..

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"thia" Discussed on Dude Soup

Dude Soup

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"thia" Discussed on Dude Soup

"So she talked to two doctors who were doing studies on the matter. Here's a couple of quotes for your exposure to horror films can be gratifying when the negative emotions caused by the film manageable. Dr muth. Thia Clawson, said Clawson has been studying the psychological effects of horror movies for fifteen years continues, unquote. Moreover, there's a psychological distance when we watch a horror film. We know it's not real or at least some parts of a brain. No. It isn't real other parts ancient structures located in the limbic system responded, though, it were real goes on to say, I'm not surprised to learn that some anxious individuals find horror films therapeutic he said the John realizes to voluntarily and under controlled circumstances. Get experience with negative emotion. So yeah. For me horror films were. It's odd. I find like a weird amount of anxiety going into a horror film. But once a minute, I'm like, oh, this is just one. But there is it is almost like a roller coaster type feeling of going up the hill. I don't wanna do it once a minute. I feel okay. Whereas other people are super aunt to go and experience at intensity letdown. Well, I'm the opposite. Okay. I don't think I'm anxious plus and really at all, but I love horror. It's my favorite genre of all things, including games movies, everything, but I will be I guess kind enough is going into a theater, but then just no usually be excited, but I'll stay nervous the whole film. So like I can play a hard game and have to pull us regularly all like look away from the screen sometimes. But I love it the whole time, but otherwise don't feel anxiety. So I wonder if it's because it's the only experience I have with anxiety. Maybe is do you think? That's why it is what elements of horrid do you find do you find a engrossing interesting? I think my favorite thing about it is mystery because a lot of our is based in mystery. That's true. So anything I can't eat. Really predict what's going to happen. I'm generally going to enjoy more, and like, generally, my favorite horror games and things like silent hill PT, all like resident evil whether he's a safe space of some kind that you know, that you can just sort of push towards getting to and then once you leave that room, you have no fucking idea. What your influence? That's the kind of thing that I like, but at least you'll favorite Joyner of movies HARA as well. Right. Oh, do you just like them alone? I think I exist on either end of the spectrum so other like really really funny things where like very scary things. And mystery is a big part of what I love to. Yeah. Just doing this has been a movie that combines all those things in a in a great way. I mean, I think like Alana said most horror movies have some element of mystery that you're in packing the plot the probably bad. Yeah. If there's there's probably not a very compelling. Why do you are you are guy not core? And it's why I fly the horror movies of the last ten years of kind of tried to meet both ends of that spectrum as you talked about like, hey, here's these funny moments kind of so you can turn back towards the screen. But there was a scare the show get out get sample of harmony, but a social or real. Yeah. Yeah. As Jordan Peele. He's that what he calls it. Call it social at. But it's also very funny like actually managed that pretty well. I guess I can't cabin in the woods is a comedy. Yeah. But our comedy. Maybe I saw. What you did last summer kinda like this. Yes. Yes. Scream. Scream movies are very funny. Yeah. Minimal level level. But when stuff's really like dark and terrible. Yes, I do. I I think I actually get more unease. I don't really find a lot of horror like that scary. And maybe that's desensitization to it. Like like, I think either your article or one of like a bunch of other article because I was looking researching a bunch of the other articles about anxiety in the correlation no horror talks about like when you are doing aversion therapy with somebody and you're stimulating the amick dolla, which is the part of your brain responsible for this. It's showing someone the same visual..

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

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

04:53 min | 3 years ago

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

"It can also wreak just train wreck levels of damage on hormones and the immune system Agent Orange was meant to be what's called a rainbow to fully meaning that it didn't specifically target one type of plant it targeted and everything. Yeah. Yes. And this means that as a weapon of war Agent, Orange was from the get-go from deployment meant to do more than I think the American public believed. Yeah, we were told it was to increase visibility as as you said no. And to remove undergrowth in which the the enemy forces could hide. But it's behind the curtain use, which was sort of an open secret that unfortunately, a lot of voters did not know what the time it's behind. The curtain use was much more sinister. It was meant to destroy crops depriving enemy combatants and civilians of food and ally. These people at that time in the rural parts of the country are subsistence farmers. Yeah, it was a tactic to starve everybody out. And we, we started tracing the evolution of Agent Orange from its or engine point. Oh God, I am so sorry to to its deployment, the US exhibited interest in this concept weaponized herbicides way way before the Vietnam war in nineteen forty three. The army contacted the university of Chicago and ask them for some data on the potential of herbicides to is important. This was their original question. To the university of Chicago. Specifically, they asked for data. To prove whether or not herbicides could destroy enemy crops. Yeah, that less sinister idea about removing forest cover that comes later. Yeah. I mean, it is. It's interesting how there was such a problem with forest cover during the Vietnam conflict that it also made sense to use this product that destroyed crops in a wonder if that was just I was gonna. Knock was going to say, happy accident is not happy accident, but it just they just happened to coincide with what they needed, but that's really messed up. So that's nineteen forty-three. Yeah. And they, they continued. They moved pretty quickly on the concept they. I tested the idea of weaponized herbicides in nineteen forty four in Orlando, Florida. They have to say this idea that herbicides will warfare is fascinating to me and not something I would typically think of as weaponized herbicides. Yeah. Yeah. It's straight. Isn't it, and they tested at first, they were just seeing what sort of poisonous stuff could do the job. So they tested ammonium Thia assign eight, zinc chloride, sodium, nitrate sodium Arseny, and sodium fluoride, which I, you know. Yeah, we know fellow conspiracy realist will already make some people's ears perk up, but the tipping point doesn't occur until nineteen forty five during something called project. Spinks surprise. Sphinx was conducted at Fort Knox that Fort Knox and the United States government investigated the use of chemical agents and making vegetation more flammable who seems like the beep flammable enough as it is. But before a a flame attack and Agent Orange and napalm napalm is a scary. One are the descendants of this particular research. So the US continued to develop and test Agent Orange from forty, six to fifty one domestically. Yeah, and the first use of this crazy cockamamie idea of urbicide a warfare comes from Britain in the nineteen fifties. They cleared areas of the jungle in Malaysia. Of vegetation. If they were close to roadways, they wanted to prevent ambushes by well, they call them communists guerrillas other people call them freedom fighters and many of the people there just saw themselves as locals. Yeah, or your family inference. Also the Brits didn't call that a war. Now, it's kind of a million for, you know, for long time it was the Vietnam conflict, or I guess that's kind of changed the Vietnam conflict. It's been the Vietnam war, but it was never declared a war by congress. True, true facts in an internal memo from nineteen fifty to the agricultural giant Monsanto informed the US army chemical corps that the urbicide that you mentioned earlier met two, four, five t the try one. The try one..

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"thia" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"thia" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"Because clearly you did it because your audience, you know that you will enjoy seeing that he wants to sit in the field? I think I do people like to live vicariously through. Yes, I get like toy on boxing to a certain extent of like, hey, let's look at the the build quality of this action figure or or transformer or something like that. Like I think I get that electron IX. I don't know for me, I need to be doing it because with electron IX you get that chemically Plaski smell. That really is the thing that makes it all click actually, boxing something is always exciting. I was watching to kind of funny on boxing, the play of the five hundred million dollars limited edition PlayStation, and they made a big deal out of just peeling. The plastic cover the protected planet off the sides of the PlayStation station because that is anyone who's done that in real life. When you get the new iphone or a new console or whatever new peel that plastic film off it is essential moment. Yes, the whole, our sub community voted the peeling off plastic. It is very emotional unless you're dealing with one of these lunatics who refuses to take that stuff off the plastic on on this. Oh, for long periods of time. I while for that PlayStation, you couldn't because it was wrapped all the way around and plastic you would have to do it or you probably cook that thing. We just got a new Dyson at home and my girlfriend refuses to let me remove any stickers. Really. It's really upsetting. Why does she know what this stick is? You'd have to ask her. Sticker. Lesson do all the stuff I bought a couch when I when I when I moved into my place, we empty furnished it. I've bought a couch and it had tags on it like like saying what the couch was made out of micro fiber, whatever it was and I got it in my head. I'm gonna leave these tags on here like bell biv DeVos Thia leave the tag on the hat. This is going to be the dope couch in this entire neighborhood. And so it made it about nine ten years. And then someone when I was not around cut the fucking tags. And I was like, actually, I was like, thank you. I was like that scene in big adventure meets that guy. That's on the run from escaped convict, and he said that one point, what did you do? We know their safety labels on mattresses do not remove that sucker ride on. The the PlayStation. Just generally on a boxing, I hear what you're saying this. I find baffling because every video. And yes, he is the HD cable, right? And here's the twist tie. That's keeping it in a nice, neat little loop. There is something hypnotic and AM are about it. I guess they made what fifty thousand of these things like most people are not gonna be able to get their vicarious the individual, like the look of the console like, hey, it's this clear Trent translucent thing like, yeah, it's pretty, let's look at it and and judge it to a certain extent on that front. But I think like the when you remove it from that specific case, which I think is a case to maybe shoot a video of it being opened up. Right? I think generally undockings are some some things just done. Some things revealed though. Like on the kind of funny video, I that like, wow, it gets Mudgee. People were handling. It gets muggy in a way the traditional PS four doesn't different feel to the plastic on controller to. Yeah, it's it's the first PlayStation. Any specialization in a while. I've actually aesthetically I would put that. On my on my console, I would put it onto my TV that a lot of the Spiderman one get it, but that thing is just gonna stick out like a sore thumb. It's not what aesthetically is not going to sit well with everything else that I have, but there was the five hundred million with a little Cup of plate and everything looked class, and I think for me the so I ended up putting through its paces to a certain extent over the weekend because I think the big question we had coming out of it was, hey, these launch PS four pros are loud as hell. The fans spin up. Yes, they might actually been to a couple of hardware then, so it is quieter and it's hard to..

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"thia" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"thia" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"And this was paying i'm like this is a banger five sentences summer song live felt bleed heart no aren't you're you sung it's on mcclellan told on it's called like lead lied to me no so the heart love blood on i'm gonna tell you let me let me heartfelt some lie to me that's the one that i like that's a new song i'm glad they're putting out new music and they're hot and like there's a lot of drama what do you mean like i don't know up on the blood told you blood comma i don't know i just follow them on twitter and there's always from what does that mean there's just there's always between hill the members or like them against the world just trouble let girl drama one of them was engaged to that girl who told me on instagram and used to date leonardo dicaprio brianna holly i don't know her they were gauging the downs were not okay like they didn't think she was a good girl and i think they were right but you trauma that's crazy i'm really hot try could you imagine if this stands like oh my god it'd be so funny that any hilarious oh my goodness okay well anyways i'm glad that ten is dressing pete for his wedding and i hope that there is a wedding i wanna see bridal arianna gra honestly i just chilling davidson is marriage material relay teasing gratin is they're both still young so young when i saw her and address at the mecca i was like this is weird because she's always wearing spandex and boots i just showed see her in a wedding dress she would have to wear like thia wedding dress noted yes she would wear like that black dress that she wore to the bbc's but like in white mid you dress boots looking maybe she should get married and he was also they're like our age so saying a saying that they're young but were mature ferrari that's too that's true can you tell the gotta blow it last night like know how disappointing sweating my ass off at this engagement party working overtime for the bride and groom and was that's the real downside i left my house feeling like legit a real housewife because we got a towncar in uber and there was like this thing in between us i really felt like kylo maurizio like on my weight at least pick up these trump and i was just feeling my look like i was making this like mature dress that was like below the knee and i don't know i just had like this glam that was really pleased with and like i took a million pictures and like i don't know her i don't know i had the same experience very upset i got dressed and a spring dress and we were in that neighborhood of central park for like five hours because we had to be there earlier in the day and then we went to a lovely house life dinner at offer madison so feeling like a house vice everyone thought they saw time magazine on my story i don't know if it was him like i took a picture of the pretty tree and it looks like there's time in the background in probably was head we'll go chok because he would go eat their truck and then we went to the bartha peninsula was just like such a day and then i made that take a bunch of pictures of me in the park and like i never totally him really totally even though it looks like a gained a little weight actually i take it back it's not him i didn't think he looks way older and thomas completely bald and that guy has a.

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"thia" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

The World Nomads Podcast

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"thia" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

"My fourth opportunity in the last five years to take over to vacation don't care so much about what other people think about you to do what is cool it was fun to you and also like there's not going to be a point in your life where you're like oh i'm an adult you're gonna be always gonna feel like the kid entire life jibe a and renite thia travel ages they have a blog code will fly for food and it's a travel bloke for the guest or no mclean yet klein's right her isn't guest enormously yeah true say you'll currently living in the philippines putting a nautical together will name ads on street food in the philippines can you take the street that's right yeah what's some of the things we talking about folks on a few things i thought about maybe a which foods that foreigners would like this is single anyhow which means are crippled food like chicken all things like that connick street for like fish nls quick is actually a fight quail eggs yes so all these things are aunt amazingly out of the box not like feels pain offing guinea pig before what should we really issue we really get into the street oh well the most the street that we have is the embryos that pollute have you heard of that but i'm already gagging go on still kind of stuff that use your fear factor to duck embryos not everyone can eat it not even filipino so you know it's crunchy oh it's actually it's not crunchy it soft you can you can see the cheek that duckling in it's formed there no feathers or anything like that.

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