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Breastfeeding Equipment: The Essentials and Non-Essentials
"Otherwise coming to you with another. We'VE BEEN APPLE. Podcast and today's topic is or band. What are those essential alone? Essential equipment that we need for breastfeeding. And there's a lot of misunderstanding. About what different things are and what they PIPPA says so. I'm just GONNA run. I've at these very quickly just reminded Atto much sort of longer. They died and two topics so when people sign up to be patted on me shook and They get twenty four seven access to the online library which Hollander Up. Some hundreds of questions really good fell three o'clock in the morning. And when everything's Kinda going to crested and then of course you get access to the folding Azam podcast featuring some regret downloads and things so anyway but this get onto this. Sorry this is just a little many. We've been APP but still really useful information for you. On what equipment should you get a pre spending? So he's just run off with is quickly with and some of you may or may not have paid off and I'm GonNa talk a little bit quickly fix late Hydrogel disc pads. Look these are absolutely one of my most favorite products especially for free time mums. And when they've got those virginal nipples that guy to get it but of a threshing and the next Waco so especially at the beginning they. I would recommend that you basically buy a packet of usually come in like sort of a team of five apiece and get them at about video thirty two weeks in your pregnancy. Save already got the more brady the but the problem with Hydrogel dissipates. People buying them two or three days later than that really. Optimally should have been using them. Sorry that just wonderful. And they basically help your nipples. He'll and between Bruce Fading in that very coaling and relieving braced shells now. That is what we used to use a lot before hydrogel dissipates came along but suit made brisk shows an old fishing gager but cheapest up some aimed at like a hard disk that goes over your nipples inside your Bra. So that you're not boost south and not touching anything at all except here and really really great or for somebody who's very very soon oppose and so sometimes it can be a case. Oh Nipple a breast shells and your bra during the day and using perhaps a hydra drought dissipates overnight. You can't use British shows when you lying down because once you say the structure of them in atomic you'll realize they don't function it. Well you lake everywhere okay nipple shields nipple shields our ally. Commitment is a consum- breer. That goes over top of your Napoles. Diana's certainly at purchased by way too many women buying them thinking that that could facade oppose. It's not really the people that are really for people who women who have very frat or even inverted Napoles and our team pre sort of found crotch to yours as your bike issues to feeding Inzerillo Easter. Helping you buy me Linh. How Lech Napoles and really excited. Aren't you using lies on? Select consultancy to you or or Midwife Assist the right. Product via pre sterilized disposable bottle bags psycho inside the bottles when you expressing quite good because you can kind of just put them back in two zero at forty first thing. You can store them in the bottles. Are that just kind of a useful. You Shaked pillow that you put around your tummy so that you can hold onto the baby comfortably really great really good for breastfeeding support. It's a huge part of your diet the beginning if you think that you're doing around sort of eight nine thousand eight hundred. I which age can take twenty thirty forty minutes. It's like ten hours a day breastfeeding and you WanNa have really good baked support but certainly it should be something that really by about one to two months after having a baby. You shouldn't be kind of meeting any more by the estates. You buy bescot bitter support in defeats quarter and then they lasted a couple of things on mention missing. Bras in recent clothing. I would recommend that you get proficiently fettered by really experienced lady. I'm in the local Brasilia shop at a roundabout eight months pregnant and leave here. Proficiently fight you to the right but she should know about how much allowance. Turn out for Goatman aimed We can meet a minimum of two preferably three really good. Strong daybreak is in some nice soft wants for overnight. It is very common for women to need to be wearing a bra overnight because inside the Bra or base of news impedes 'cause awfully leak overnight and we don't really want to be
Swipe Neil's Course Funnel That Generated $381,722 Per Month Here
"I'm Eric Su and Neil Patel and today we're GonNa talk about how you can swipe Neal's course funnel that generated three eight one seven hundred twenty two dollar so three hundred eighty k. Basically per month with his course funnel right now so Neil. What is bad month on good months of doing like six fifty plus while okay? Let's talk about that. Tell us what it was I and we can go back and forth. I used to sell impo products. That would teach you how to do Marquis in. Okay how are you selling this product in the first place like what were you doing exactly? Webinar? So drive people from emails to watch a Webinar and then the Webinar. I would educate you for thirty forty minutes and then I would sell you. Got It. And you'd sell them but sometimes a lot of people wouldn't necessarily by right most people wouldn't buy and then I would have an email sequence that ends within a week pushes you on buying and then it closes off Countdown timers and then everyone who has account on time you get quite a bit of sales from that and the other thing that I did was. They also did text messages so everyone who watched a Webinar but didn't buy we send him a text message with their first name question. Mark like Eric Question Mark when he said people that text message most people respond with. Who's this guy this is on Self Neil Patel Steam You Watch a Webinar. Just WanNa see if you have any questions or Product will love to help you all and a lot of people get back you and then you start closing over tax and then for all the people that don't close over tax and don't close at the end with the countdown timer. We would offer a free trial for it. Was I think thirty days or seven days or something like that and that drove I think another ten or fifteen percent extra revenue just from that free trial got it. And how much was the course? It self nine ninety seven and then I'm assuming you on kind of expiring countdown. Did you give some kind of discount? Still Nine hundred ninety seven dollars so what's provided either by then or you're not going to be able to buy in the future got okay so close really close it off and once we close it off we close it off got it and then so when you say people are going through the funnel initially on the Webinar for example what are numbers you can share around it so for example a forty percent of people bought from the Webinar twenty percent bought from email. Follow up sequence. Do you remember any stuff like that. Yes out of all their sales. Roughly forty fifty percent of sales from the Webinar. And we do know. Fifty percent bought from the email sequence. We counted the phone number of people that we texted as in sales from the webinars. The reason being is some of those people would have bought either way on their own. A Lotta Times Than there but the majority of the sales came from either on the Webinar or the specific closing off emails. Like it's going to end and sure. We sent emails inbetween text messages inbetween but literally. The majority of the sales came from day. One went on watch a Webinar or day. Seven when we're closing it off got it. Is it just purely ninety-seven did you have any upsells down sales at all cells? We should have but we did. It got it. I do also want to talk about why you decided to stop doing it. But let's see someone's looking to get involved with courses. They want to teach people what tools were using. What was in your stack so I would use keep which is infusion soft to do my marketing automation. You can use CA- job he to host your course that's really easy and add members. You can use stripe for payment processing or you can use. Keep for that. I would use plus this with integrates within draw everything Yeah within keep that way you can do the countdown timers and the texting. And then I would also use pick snippet which integrates with keep end that shows. You allows you to create more personalized. Email addresses are more precise emails? Got It and there's another thing that you do that only I think the course creators do this. You had a google sheets that you're tracking every single day. What was in that little sheet sales refunds stealing quincy has people payment plans? You know how many people are delinquent but we tracked every little from how many people visited the site how much we spend on ads if any Didn't do any ads have people registered to Webinar. How many pupils showed up to the Webinar? How many people bought from the Webinar like we are tracking all her numbers to figure out where. Drop off so we can figure out how to improve it. Got It and then so at a nine hundred ninety seven dollar price point. What was your guises reason for wanting to a payment plan? And how did that Payment Plan? Look yes so it was monthly installment. Tattoo Ninety Seven. We also had a longer one at ninety seven dollars. I don't recall exactly how long each of them were. But the reason we ended up being a payment plans was our users requested that not everyone can pay thousand bucks up from got it all right and one more thing. I released my Webinar powerpoint presentation anti even giveaway Email drips. There's a blog post on than you'll tell blog that's called like a you can have my business that generated three hundred eighty one thousand seven hundred twenty two dollars per month and in there. You'll find the exact copy and the email sequences in everything us feel free interest. Jackson like you literally can take them word for word. It doesn't bother me hey. Copying is not a shameless tactic. Guys we did that a couple of episodes ago and then Neil. Actually you guys can go. It just have a Neil Patel. Keep K. a. p. and then you'll find it. That's literally what did earlier when you were running ads on Google or facebook when you did run ads do remember what you're paying for late because I'm sure people are wondering what the what the Ad Funnel looks like so we didn't look at how much you're paying per lead. We looked at how much you're paying per sale worse case. We always try to be two to one. So for every dollar we spent we wanted to generate at least two dollars in revenue. The reason we wanted to keep it a high is because there's also refunds not everyone fully pays so if they're on a payment plan they don't always pay all payments so that helps us still maintain profitability and on some of the good assets. We are all the way up to three to one for every dollar we spent. We'd make up to three dollars. All right seem fairly complex. It wasn't bad it was a lot of work for limited upside. Hence I got out of the Info business. Yeah exactly tell us about that. Why did you decide to stop and yellow? Go with that you know right now. I have way more topics have probably like four times more traffic than when I was selling Info so considering let's have six million visitors a month are seven. Whatever the number is a business generates. Seven fifty is terrible. When someone like hub spot is in the same industry as me may have five or six or seven times more traffic yet. They're generating hundreds and hundreds of millions of dollars every single year so I realized that I'm doing a terrible job from generating revenue from my visitor. Base some Mike Competitor's portion wise
How are politicians pitching climate change in a practical way?
"Of these presidential candidates. They are really starting to focus on climate change in how their communication people are thinking about how they're pitching the climate change issue. And so I think is Lee is Lee from Washington state. He's really just running. And so that I think will hopefully be a learning lesson to groups like Yale. How are these people in a real practical way pitching the issue of climate change doing their own internal polling, and I'm hoping those campaigns. We'll share that information because we could learn a lot from it. I'm really glad that you brought that up because it also speaks to how we design our podcast and the audience that were thinking of so as another part of my job, I'm really focused on how you talk about climate change in hydrocarbon producing areas, so places that are there Connie is based on fossil fuels because mine coal or they burn coal or oil or gas or others. And so in the back of my mind is on creating these always thinking about that audience so very much try to whenever talk about climate change whenever they work on areas, really declined to change an individual this podcast on thinking about people who have different value set or a different context, which they're hearing climate change. Then those who live on the east coast, for example. I mean, that's where I live. It's where I work and his love the communities. I'm involved in our here where there's a different kind of conversation than there are in different parts of the United. States. So we're very much trying to keep this really trying to keep the podcast based in science based upon agreed upon science within the scientific community. Also being honest about where there's uncertainty, and why uncertainty exists of uncertainty is not a bad thing. And helping people understand how that's all part of the scientific process is important. I mean, I'm not going to spend twenty thirty forty minutes on it. But you know, spent a couple of minutes sharing about that. I think can change people's people's contexts in how they hear the lens through which they hear what they hear in the news or from their other media
"thirty forty minutes" Discussed on Programming Throwdown
"Going to read it after that. You know, that's the secret sauce of program right for ramming from human interaction enough for computer, computer care. So, but we do like like crazy tangent. China tips for light people. I think I think you you had a really good point. Which was you to find out, you know, sort of what you're passionate is one of the ways that I've sort of discovered the things that I are really passionate about is is do I kind of is it something that I can do till two in the morning, and I'm still kind of excited after kind of myself to go to bed and they're. That that that bring that out of me, but they're not valuable like playing video games easily play video games. So four in the morning, but so can everyone else. And so I can't that's not a the sun a skill. That's really like marketable. Right. But honestly like solving. I don't know. He's. The first high school sports team just opened up the hair has force chain. Now end there's a cobbler like Ahlers of sports teams. I am also that one knew who cannot do more like thirty forty minutes of gaining. There's nobody your gain. Dave, our my hell, I don't get it. My my friend snake put on me. I can't stay on a game for three four hours. You guys. In the you guys go outside like, what are you guys going to movies? I'm a moody guy a brunch. I wanna go. Food. Outside and I wanna. Cool place. I wanna go to lie. Cheek would write like understand my city owed this Indian spot near any before as other. I'm liable that gave allocate. My parents are are are the same way. Like, my parents love to just take me out when I was little on on drives around the town. And always think this is so dumb like we just we just drive around the town looking for a restaurant. You know, we haven't been to and and we lived in in. We also lived in the south. And so we'd go to random cities, we go to places that were really out there in the boonies, we need at restaurants, where people look at us pretty weird because just these like like pretty talion people just kinda show up at like a biker bar, parents that was their thing. They could just drive around looking at different restaurants and stuff, and that gave them a lot of energy a lot of people feel like they need to find that one thing that one dream. You know job or dream strength. But it really doesn't work that way. I think you actually any person out. There has a lot of strikes a lot of things that they could do that. Would that would be very fulfilling for them? And it's really just finding out like overlaying that on top of the market Fisher the market you good bad. It's not gonna change. I'd love to live in a world where everyone spent twenty K you're on art, and they got twenty Kate your value out of it. And our artists could be doing great. But the.
"thirty forty minutes" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Is interesting Darren reminded of what a close knit group that bolt is sense that too. Yeah. You know, we got a great book. We got a great mix of some of some not only quality, you know, relievers quality people they care that are engaged in a game that wanna win in their jobs and know their roles and what they do. And I think when you do that, you mess, really really hard, and and guys everybody pulse reach other. And it's a really good atmosphere down there because Wade Davis. Because he doesn't say anything. I never see the guys. Wade is a yeah. He's he doesn't talk a ton. You know, when he talks usually listed because there's usually something some good nuggets in there. He's a really smart guy understands pitching understands how to attack hitters, and you know, he's probably the ringleader done. They're spending time with the younger guys and going over situations. And and you know, from everything from preparation to attack a hitter, and he's done a really good job with that is really taken especially our young offenders under swing, and and you know, he's he's he's out of sight guy. You know, he doesn't do it in front of people kind of get some alone and spends time with them. But he's he's been he's been huge for our team west thing during he celebrated birthday recently, Ellen bursary recently and now recording this couple hours for the game. But you go on the field with your grandson. That's funded. Yeah. I got my grandson Waylon here. And it's great, you know, they can come down for. Atlanta's close to home and come down to see we're here. Yes. So try to get him out on the field. We'd play for thirty forty minutes though, the ball around and he got to meet Charlie yesterday, Charlie's has guy. So he loves Charlie. So Charlie took some pictures with yesterday and walk into the weight room as a way of that. And he goes, Charlie. Waylon? I love the name to. Hey Darren thanks time. And just continued success with that. Thank you. All right. That's their homes. Rockies bullpen coach. We take a break on the KOA Rockies radio network. We are starting to see a little bit heavy traffic developing right around cores field on Park Avenue and twenty three twenty five north and southbound through town his accident free speeds up to the posted limit solit- Sloan go westbound on sixth avenue between twenty five overpass. Federal and slow as well was found seventy between twenty five and Peoria this Rockies. Traffic update is sponsored by Colorado farm bureau insurance. I'm Bill Jones KOA News Radio. I'm off the wall. I'm a fisherman cellular center fielder. I'm your average guy with veered. I'm batting champion and playoff contender. I am Charlie black and I'm not slowing.
"thirty forty minutes" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"We're good now. This is always a risky move to me Bruno because in the history of big brother Canada. And big brother US people the graves are littered with with bodies of people who thought they can trust the person that gave the H two going back to season one when Jillian betrayed Topaz. So this is a risky move. I know you have done this move, and it's paid off for you. So how do you feel about this overall? Okay. So all the way to pull this move up. If it's someone that's coming after you can't pull this move there. Easily going to say if someone that that's coming after you, or they know you're coming after them, or whatever it it'll never work because you just say, hey, I told you I was going to put you up, and I know you were trying to get me out or whatever you gotta pull this move with someone that you're neutral with or as long as you know, that you're not in their crosshairs, if you're not of their crosshairs, who cares if they win let them take someone for you, and yours there another week. I've done that move many many many times if I was ever near the end or half way through and I just got to evaluate who's left in the in the in the competition with you, and it's like, you know, what if I feel okay with any single one of these people winning and. Where a social game comes in a good social game will set you up for these competitions to kind of throw it. So you look down the line and say, hey, I'm okay. If if this person that person and this person win, I don't need to win I can drop, and that's the best part. Is you get to play in the next week's h so you're really just prolonging your game. And then you're set up for the next week in case you have to win. But the fact that he wasn't really solid with Corey and SAM's that really solid with Corey. I don't know about that, man. I don't know how I don't know. Why? I mean, I guess it was the right move. He was going to drop anyway. So it's kind of like a last ditch effort because I don't think he could have lost much longer competitions. Like that are usually made art made for men, especially muscular men, I'll tell you right now. Those competitions lost more than twenty thirty forty minutes. I don't know how long it losted. But to hold yourself up like thirty forty minutes. Forget about it not going to happen. It's made for the smaller or female characters. That's just the way. It is the body's the men's bodies are just they're heavier. So I don't know the deal. I mean, I get it. He wasn't going to win. Anyway, who's kind of like a last ditch effort, but it happens people turn on the on the words all the time. It's big brother. That's literally what it is. It's big brother. It's part of the game. It sucks part of the game. Yeah. I believe they said they they estimated that the competition lasted about fifteen minutes. I think it ended on in the episode somewhere in the twenty minute, Mark. Pretty sure we just saw the whole thing play out. Honestly, I believe it. And that's one thing to guys those competitions. Are are like I promise you. If you go to a park, go to a local park try to hold onto a tube or something like that forget it and within five minutes your arms burning your shoulders back. I promise you, those competitions aren't easy. They look so easy. I promise you, they are at your hurting, you're hurting hurting and to say these people have done competitions two-three three.
"thirty forty minutes" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"KFI AM six forty. Next. We'll talk a little bit about SP. And some of the things we do why we do what we do with Paul may author of primal mind, primal games. Roger Tulsa us with us. We'll take final calls in just a moment here as well. So back to this GDP device. Roger if people. What happened was is? We use the on four people using the GDP device. We basically did a baseline reading. Then we went on expose yourself for an hour and a half machine, which is a disruptive disruptive way for him went back on the GDP machine, the D GDP machine Davis completely different reading saying that we had fragmented or electrical Hawaiian are shock was way out of balance the pie charts show that we have an excess of negative energy the whole reading went just completely completely negative. Then we went onto the multi wave also later, which is a bio harmonious alignment energy. We sat in front of that for about thirty forty minutes because that's a stronger machine. We went back on the GDP. All four of us went through putting all all the digits through the machine we looked at the results the multi wave had a realigned our buys electrics another now was we're in line pie. Chart says that we were energy was in alignment, all the spreadsheets. Everything said that we put ourselves back into alignment again. So after that, I became really convinced not only that electrical linemen is a real thing. But actually, it's a measurable thing. All right back to the calls. We have with the time remaining Jack in Rochester, New York is with us hijack you're on the air with Roger Tulsa, go ahead. Hey, george. Hey, Roger, I just wanted to say thank you for good show tonight. Very well. It's something I've been what you guys are talking about something that I've been interested in lately I wanted to bring up the point that. About a year or two ago? And this isn't a news there were US diplomats sent to China and Cuba and over I think between fifteen and twenty of them ended up getting sick. And it was only when they were staying in their apartments. Would leave their apartments they want sick anymore? But when we would go to their temporary living places in these countries, they were getting sick. And the theory was that they were targeted by some sort of weaponized radio waves or electromagnetic waves, and you were Roger ahead any thoughts on this. Or if you had heard of this before what do you think Raj you, and I did a show on this about last year remember on? And basically, I was saying that the top secret stuff is the bio coded directed energy where they get sample of your DNA, and that can attack you matter where you are based on satellites and cell towers, and the whole MO was, you know, we we were we were trying or I guess the president at the time was trying to get things settled with Cuba. But I think that the deep state had no interest in getting Cuba friend did. I think that the beep state in the military and the military industrial complex had no interest in that. So they decided to then use this weapon system to just disruptive. Throw a monkey wrench and make it look like like our people were being attacked by the Cubans, and you know, sabotage everything that's my feeling about that. We've got Joe in Long Island New York now east of the Rockies Joseph. Go ahead. Hi, watcher, vista take the product that you're talking about be marketed. More remote countries. Say showy say maybe India's a big country where the farmer is not as ingrained and their tentacles tall each that for my second question what the about the Bermuda. Triangle? Do you have any theories about that? Because electromagnetics has been in a theory a series of what might be happening there, certainly the earth has all kinds of electromagnetic fields. I I did research on a location here near Palm Springs, California about the. 'cause they have an energy for texts here where there's several energy underground natural hot water's wins. They've got huge mountains and there's a vortex area as funny. It's kind of like that a North Pole and south pole like a magnet. And if you're if you're in the good side of the magnet. Everything's working very well. But on the other side of this geographical location. People's cars are always breaking down in the same exact location because that's in the negative field of of the magnetic forces. That are localized here in the energy for Tex. So there's all kinds of natural energy fields that are Societa d- with the earth itself. We used to go to Sedona quite a bit to do Indian pipe ceremonies over there. Because the energy is very very intense. They're so different environments. And if you if you don't have to use divining rods, you can pick up a lot of this with online. I know if you ever taken dividing laws have walked around and watch the energy moved to divining rods is fascinating. Well, I gotta tell you Roger knowledge of this is absolutely staggering. And you know, how do you keep up with the technology? I just you know, I'm dealing with the electronic things have people coming from all over the world now to try to solve their problems. And of course, this electrostatic unit will will reset most people's body electric. But this really ties in with with the things that you're doing George relating to your your vitamins and minerals in the the doctors Walla can these other people are doing because, you know, it's it's not only did you have to make sure that you're in in 'harmonious electrical fields to keep your body lineman. But you gotta have the right minerals vitamins to support the micro batteries that are in yourself. But it's an interesting point about the same age seventy two now, I'm not seventy two nowhere close. Okay. But any rate ticket out. I'm now I apply. Everything that we're talking about seventy two year old bodybuilder. I can still bench about two hundred twenty five about ten thousand pretty good. I can squat four hundred and fifty I'm a strongest seventy two year old. I'd ever seen any Jim. And I probably win the top one percents. I bet you don't look at either. Well, I'm a pretty big guy seventeen inch arm guy. So I'm big enough. I since I've been no I mean in terms of age. Oh, no, people don't think that he's been moving really heavyweight the kids, you know, the kids at the gym, my interesting, my son who was a construction worker came working out with me last year and art strike was about on par. So he's the he's thirty you know, how long have you been doing well seriously over the past ten years of the windows younger when I was back eighteen I was lifting back then. And I was very good friends with Larry, Scott, Mr. Olympia. He was my mentor is the first Mr. Olympia. So I've had a lot of good information. But I also have my own gym in my home. I don't have to go out to Jim. I get the same kind of thing that they've got the big gyms in home. So I don't miss workouts. But it's still at applying all the things that are necessary the proper nutrition, the proper vitamins, the proper electrical environment and the proper treatment of and keeping your muscles and exercise. So, you know, I'm I'm stronger than I've ever been in my life. Good for you next up Charleston, Sacramento, California, west of the Rockies. Hi, charles. Go ahead, George nice to talk with you again. I wanted to speak with the Ross Perot and the election and early nineties, but the show a little different directions. I I think I'll write your letter on the frontlines tomorrow night. Yeah. Okay. That sounds good. So the Federal Register I kinda read it almost every day and region announcement with the space force was that the electro magnetic field I've presumably tire. I don't know. Maybe you know, the university is declared a battle terrain defensible for from space for us. Like, you know, the navy does waters and stuff like that. And I I wonder if you know, I've just been meditating on, you know, means at like a wedding ising, and and declaring fielded earth shattering and also LED lights for a brake lights on vehicles. I I experienced like a tracking tracing Straubing from that those LED lights, and I wonder if anybody else out there. Has the same thing. You know? I just hate the LED headlights that blind blind. You they are horrible. They are horrible. I gotta get rid of those because they especially press people that are older where you know, art nights are night vision is not as good as we won't be twenty years old. And he always consequence those kind of blinding lights can leave. You not seeing things up your time your eyes go through readjustment, we constantly being bombarded with electronics. I mean constantly there's no escaping unless you go to this the dead zone. It's in Virginia. You know, there's a there's an area, and I have clients that are electrical, hyper sensitive to go and spend time in the dead zone zone where they have a radio telescope over there and the on the east coast, and they don't allow cell towers, and they'll allow you know, WI fi or any interrupt of electromagnetic stuff and people get a lot of relief that are over there. But then, but you know, that's why we built this electrostatic of unit is so that you can get relief. But if you don't have an electrostatic unit like this, you would have to get. Get yourself a Faraday cage, which I think, you know, what it is kind of cover yourself. You would have to get a Faraday cage, which is. Or steel cage to be able to cause the ambient radio frequency smog to get low enough level. But it isn't toxic. Jannine Brooklyn taken away John's high. I think it's wonderful. What Roger I thank you. So so much I'm very sensitive to electrical stuff and everything like, even the music. That's now on CD digital music. It's great 'cause you play me records. So my question is this. I just take this step is. So so are both electro magnetic fields, and where the heck are scientists at all people outbreak with all his ballot. Aren't they wear? All this terrible, electrical fields. You think anybody will start coming out against all the stats? No. I think because the corporations control the airwaves and controlled communications and try to upsell you to more data and more devices and all that. It's it's unstoppable. It's just another part of the economic the the environmental destruction that path that we're on is just another piece of it. It is unstoppable. Roger, and it's gonna get worse. Isn't it? Yeah. In line with destroying the air, destroying the the the food and destroying the planet and GMO it's all part of the same movement to self destruction. I notice you posted a phone number on your electrostatic healing dot com. Website, you want people to call that number. Well, I don't have an Email on that one. But they they can get me on the male and the bugs book sweeps dot com. Okay. Yeah. But you know, I can talk to people about what this thing does. But really the only thing you can do is really try it because everybody's electrical body is different. And really what you want to do is move your electrical body into the most harmonious alignment possible. And you know, your health will follow. Let's go to Dana driving in Illinois, first-time caller. Dane, it's good to have you with us. Martin george. Thanks for taking my call. Sure. Thank thank you. Go ahead. Years ago about twenty years ago. I was in Colorado playing basketball and went up for a layup. And I thought I had sprained my ankle. I ended up dislocating it out. I went for about a week before I got to help a friend of mine sent me to a chiropractor. He put me on a table.
"thirty forty minutes" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"That is can you simplify the messaging. So that not to be patched ising people. Not all but simplifies actually understand why it's relevant for them in the context of their lives because I think you can simplify that step number one. I think step number two. Is you need inspiration? You need to inspire people to make that change. And I think the big part of my job is doctor is to inspire my patients. So when the in with me, I would take it very seriously that when they are walking out the door. I want them to feel inspired. The actually you know, what also with the understands me. He's explained to me why I can do to help my condition and actually his broken down for me. Yeah. I reckon. I can do that. Now, I'm not saying always managed to achieve that. But certainly that's my goal. I give an example. Right. So I remember a few years ago. I was in. In in one of the price. I used to work at and there was a chat became seem as a fireman and got all kinds of she's going with his health. But I thought that doing some strength training would be very beneficial for him right now strength training room which valued in society. We we when we think about working out we think about walking or running at the gym, but we sort of societas strength and muscle with youngsters teenagers people in the twenties trying to look buff. But what's interesting is that once we hit the age of thirty. We saw to lose muscle mass every year, and our lean muscle mass is the number one predictor of how well we're going to be as we age. Right. So we need to be thinking about a lot more than we currently are. And I said, hey, look, I think some strength training will be good. And he said. What sort of thirty forty minutes tweet times a week? I said if you manage about the amazing. Yeah. Yeah. So he goes away. It comes back about four weeks later and say, hey, how did you get on? Have you managed to go? Doc, you know, what really busy. The gyms Norway on the way home from work is quite expensive. I'm not we done anything. And then the moment I thought I tell you. I didn't think I didn't think he's not done. Why told him today? I that's unusual. Not. But I never thought I just thought I've played the given him at Feis that he feels as relevant to him in the context of the rest of his life. And in that moment, I thought right sorta I'm going to teach him at work out right now. So it's my jacket off. And I said okay, fair enough. I'm going to teach you a five minute kitchen workouts. He don't need to join a gym. You don't need to Bonnie clothes. You don't get changed. You can do anytime anywhere. And I said all the wanting to do that for five minutes twice a week. He says it's all dog today. He goes away comes back and back six weeks later said how you getting on says I love their starting five minutes twice a week. But every time now against my kitchen dinnertime, I'll do maybe five or ten minutes of these. Sizes often do it six times a week. And he told me something, which is you got to make the information relevant to people. Busy people with busy lives. There's no good. Obviously, I've written a book on stress. I could say it's the best ways that stresses to do two or three hours a yoga day, probably is, but he's got time for that. And so in a way, that's kind of what I try to do with my books is to break it down and actually give people simple tools that they actually think you don't want. I think could fit that into my day. I'm going to give it a go, and I'm certainly trying. Anyway, I think particularly amongst my friends, for example of women in order of business. He right in they feel. Yes, I won't be fit. Yes. I went to be Lino, slim, or whatever it might be..
"thirty forty minutes" Discussed on Barstool Rundown
"I know this sounded familiar. You will this those are. Yes. So you must be so try don't like her. I'm gonna sold her phone number turned on my comment anything better than Francis. Like, dating girls. Like all we do. Shame fat people. Number one. Our couple for comment. I'm not going to call her. I don't I don't ever give me her number. She was like the one that went up to date and was like, look who's DM ING Daniel Harrington and showed the mess. Here's francis. At least you're not still mad about it though. I'm not I'm not I know. I'm just a topic on the run down. Just. I thought this is a weird topic. Here. Yes. Correct. Not Matt over it. Number four, speaking of fast food. Man was rescued from a grease vent that he'd been stuck in for two days of a Chinese food restaurant that apparently he was trying to burgle or something. We don't really know. If you saw the picture he was covered in Greece. Big cat. You're he's still burgle B U R G L E. I would have thought maybe AL, right? I could be wrong Francis. Right. Interesting Burgo should be a l. Dow. What we're talking about? Oh, yeah. This guy your thoughts. If you. Yeah. What an idiot trying to go through a gray. Spend is that really a way into a restaurant? I mean, what's I think that's the way Taylor Taylor gets into the convenience store at the beginning of battleship? So probably pretty successful way. Okay. Yeah. All right. Well, clearly, a bad topic choice for me. No, no. That was but don't do that. Yeah. I was gonna say this is my nightmare like being trapped in like a space like that. Whether it's a whole you'll see like they had rescued from well after being stuck in it for three days and you're traveling elevator. I've been stuck on an elevator for like half an hour one. Yeah. But yeah. Probably about forty five minutes in the Sears Willis tower. Yeah, I don't I don't think I'd do. Well. And that's what I'm weird 'cause I liked being compressed, but not in the small space. Yeah. It was like one of those things like you get into lay on most twenty minutes. This is funny. This kinda sucks. Then right. About thirty forty minutes. It wasn't soccer over an hour. Over an hour starts to this. Really funny. Funny. Funny. Funny hand, it was also like the guy the intercom guy was talking to us. They're like, hey, it's not a big deal. Right. It's just a little malfunction. We'll be back soon. So nice. That will. I'm being very live his hands on my word. That's bad. Okay. Speaking of being buried alive a high school hockey player. I don't have to solve this clip was almost buried alive beneath a hailstorm of overhead swinging executioner style checks by psychotic opponent. Did you see this? I did not catch this. Man. It was really bad. Yeah. Just yeah. I said it, you know, it sounds like a morning situations Francis. Let's I just got the Email right before we started. So well when they're doing this. I'll just tell you we've got Santa tonight. And I have a young lady whom I don't know very well. And I am concerned about the choice. I made her present. I think it's wildly offensive probably. No. You can't do that heat. He do. Right. Where to go to. There was no panic. Yeah. That was bad. If you head that actually wouldn't be so bad that bad. Yeah. But like right there is like one of the only spots. You got no women. That's one of those criminal case. Yup. Yup. Yup. You cut his so that's that. That's really the run downing. Okay. Good one good one. Bad topic? But you back. Thank you. Thank you after show. Steven hilarious. That should have been a top Spencer wears out. Oh, yes. Yes. Yes. I forgot. I'm sorry. Absolutely. He is out. But I'm thinking tyreek hill, I'm thinking Patrick Mahomes. I'm also looking at the San Diego Chargers on offense. And I'm thinking about hunting and away way that he's played the Sheehan is affected as he's been. He's going up against every Johnson. And I gotta keep my eyes on that. Because I'm looking at it from the standpoint, here's a his his way, I'm at with all of this at the end of the day. I'm looking at Patrick Mahomes. Looking tired kill. I'm looking at Travis Kelsey..
"thirty forty minutes" Discussed on Dots, Lines & Destinations
"You know? I just wonder what some of these airlines are thinking sometimes when art this thing. This is a good example. They knew over probably thirty forty minutes within the flight that something was wrong. Why go to JFK, you know, at that point. You can start making call setup accommodations because you're not going to be, you know, you'll know what the problem is whether or not you have apart if you can't go or you don't crew you could do a much better job of handling Iraq. Well, making company, right? I mean, they have the ability to call the company there with the United States. It's not like they're in the middle of the Pacific or something called the company say, hey, do you have this part if they don't go somewhere else? We're fine upsets ops job right is to figure out. Where's the best place to go? Little a little concerning the as kind of off to against in the winter season. Down the planes. Yeah. Go hits. I mean, it's stupid. It's one of the night. And it's hard for me to get to down on them. Like, it was clearly stupid. But also. While so the other question, I would have for you. If you've done overheating brakes, how do you guys feel flying another hour and a half two hours? For me. Like, what was the what was the condition of that since there was broken reporting the brakes overheating what was going on? Because if it's just broken. And I'm in the air we land, right? Yeah. Exactly. Like deal with it. When we get there. The the issue as I was reporting overheating, which is why they sat on the ground for two hours. That's concerning. Yeah. I'm more concerned about that than the diversion. What would you guys way too long? If you like something was going off and something's triggering going off. Why file the way New York? Yeah. Yeah. I agree with that. So about emergencies like this. There was a Aristotle he will ninety over Portugal that declared an emergency. I think it was having worked done import. You'll. Been at an MRI and maintenance operation for about six weeks and had come out of that and head of hydraulic failure. There's no passengers onboard. But it's circled over Portugal for good what two hours talking about to finally land. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Ching the plane. Yes, what it sounded? Like when you read it read about it as they were actually considering put the plane down in the water. The initial ATC train. I've read a bit of the early ATC transcripts now. And it's basically the pilots come on and say, you know, immediately declare May Day as they're climbing out, and they had no control. They they claim aircraft was uncontrollable and kept asking for vectors to the sea. It was no joke. They were asking of get us away from terrain pointing towards the ocean. And ATC was offering them return to the air port. It was super rainy apparently pretty bad visibility. So that was one of the challenges they faced and then on top of that, it seems like I don't have confirmation on this. But it seems like based on the transcripts data didn't know which direction they were headed they could sort of deal without the tude from what I can tell just based on what the transcript suggests like new sort of how high they were but not necessarily what direction they were going. So let's spooky. Yeah. Wow. Specifying thunderstorms. Yeah. And they had actually like the Portuguese air force scrambled two f sixteen because they didn't know..
"thirty forty minutes" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"We're back. News talk thirteen eighty W A. Okay. Real estate one to one Mary. So Harling yesterday from Saint Louis tempting to get in his house last Friday. Coming in from work was stopped at the door by a woman now known on social media apartment, Patty and keep Bob Kelly. Hillary brooke? Muller or K A Ilori Thornton. And she was I guess security for the building or self imposed security for the building and us going to stop you Mr. tolls and ask you did you live here. Yes. I guess he wants to be hallway top. You know? It's really sad that he, you know. The front doors that you have to deal with things like that. You know, I would never think, but like home, I stay home. I mean like directly on my front door like I can't even without being profound. What are you give me was after the situation with a Senator from us? I'm more of a person where like I like to work on the Brown. I really know more about a move. I'm more resort results oriented, I like to do things like this kind of motivated you didn't one or two more things minute community already half. But it is motivating. To have a a more of a positive impact. And really just a just people in general, just always keep up suppose. You're always keep calm. And you know at the end of the day, I'm here to win. I'm I want everybody else to live. So that's kind of my my focus, Mr. toasted negative. That's what bothers I tell you. What I have to give you a lot of credit because I don't know if I could have handled it as well as you dick. Yeah. Yeah. I don't. Yeah. Second time. So let me ask you this. What while this is happening while this begins to happen. And I know you're in it. So you've got a lot of things going on in your mind right now. But I'm thinking ever since Trayvon Martin until today there have been so many instances of this that does it do you think that people are now feel? That they can do things like this. And they feel empowered to be able to just for like a black is white privilege, and they can get away with certain things of that nature. You know, I think that line has to be be drawing. One of the things I kind of really learned over the last. Dealing with this stuff is you know. Few days. What was just crazy interview crazy and things that I nature, and I realized like the media portrays media, portrays what they want you to hear right? And that's kind of you know, it kinda to me it was kind of upsetting to be. What day was it? Let me go back to. So I came room Saturday came home Saturday and wasn't reported. I found my house if I was kinda suit, right, then and I said, no, you're gonna shoot me. I thought from them. So this long story short. They will sit there. Jimmy, thirty forty minutes actually, thirty minutes for questions but with only put on air consecutive. And I I and I'm not gonna take too much about her response. Attorney deal with that. But I just noticed the difference from thirty forty minutes worth of questions. So what's actually aired is only like ten seconds of something that I said. I kind of learned how to media portrays the media really controls image of a person to a certain extent. It's exactly right. I've noticed that over many many years how they will put the worst of us the worst of impression on in the media or on the news or even in a commercial or whatever. And then that will just give everybody the impression of that's how everybody is. Yeah. And I was kinda surprised the media kind of painting a picture of like, I'm a positive person. I am. But it kinda kinda any like bars like that as far as like changing or moving forward like. They're for different laws the things that I suggested menudo things ever really air. So it's kind of like, wow. So since then she's been fired is that correct? Yes. Okay. And what is the general feeling? Do you know your neighbors? Because listen, I'm from New York. I don't know my neighbors. I don't want to know my neighbors. You know, I just wanna lay neighbors. My neighbors are pretty screwed up. Pretty my name is not say all of my neighbors are pretty. Dhamma very very nice. It's kinda like big themselves. I should say. So I think in the NFL player what the residents. I said I do believe that it is. It's really classism. I deal with that for like, it was definitely racism. So my neighbors that kinda mix a little bit of everything. Very nice. We see neighbors neighbors that they're looking you don't say anything either here. They're just far grass my neighbors. I don't really show what you guys think for say anything like that. So that's kind of my my. All the positive positive. That's my energy and everything. Well, I'm really glad that you have such a great attitude about it. I'm really glad that you able to take this negative situation and try to turn it around and put positive energy behind and. Go ahead. Oh, I was gonna say so in the future. What do you think you're going to do is there anything you have any plans to you? Like, you said you mentioned before to use this situation as a stepping-stone profit organization. Nonprofit organization that's going to be based on to mentor, and is and just giving doing things for the community. Now. And motivational speaker just a different things like that. I know next week I have to speak at school. We got gotta school in regards to dealing with kids and things of that nature. So I just want to. Majority of my life has been like for the last two years money oriented on money focusses to the business. But this is our I've always had a big heart and always, you know. Not for people. On on a bigger level. Mr toes. Thank you. Thank you very much for calling. And we really appreciate it. I thank you for taking the time out when I know that you're headed to work, and you are great. I want you to know you are great because I want to be like you. When I grow up, I hope that I can respond if I were ever in a situation like that the way you responded, I doubt it. But I appreciate you for head. We're looking forward to the outcome of this. Hopefully, you will be able to I guess do something that will be more positive. I would love to. I personally would love you just love to see you soon. Everybody personally. I know you can't split you speak about the legal aspect of it. You told me about that before coming on? But I tell you what when that police officer knocked on my door. I would have said you need arrest her right now I felt 'cause she put her hands on me. He would be going down. You know, like I said like I said the media portrayed things a certain way. Legal things. I can I talk about. I'm definitely. Personal. You can do something for me. I'm not gonna get mad, but I definitely will respond. That's great. I I I will see positive, and you know, you've done something semi. I'm not going to be mad. But I'm definitely not a response. So that's really what I have to say on that. Everybody. That's listening to the world people. Preset you love you guys. Thank you for your support. Thank you very much. I'm gonna I'm gonna keep your number because I'm gonna follow up with you and see how this turns out. Okay. Okay. Do you have a great day? Thank you. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. All right coming up after the break. We'll have our deals of the decade. And then we're going to talk a little bit more about this. And also about what can you can do to make your house more salable in a very difficult market news and talk thirteen eighty W A. Okay. Back in a minute. This is Mary gale of real estate one or one. You're listening to a pre-recorded show. So please hold off on calls and enjoy the show on news talk thirteen eighty W A. Okay. News.
"thirty forty minutes" Discussed on Science... sort of
"Okay, but I would also highly recommend, Julia. I did a half transit. Which takes you through a couple of the locks on the Atlantic side? No, on the Pacific side. And then lets you off at Gamba and then you take a boat back to the city. But if you're already planning on going from Cologne to Panama City, I would highly recommend using the train or doing a full transit of the canal. When you do that, you will see Beryl, Colorado island, which is in lake catoon and Barco island is really cool because it's an island that was created by the damming of the river to create the water for the canal. And so it's an artificial lake. So the island itself artificial. So we know the exact date. This piece of land became an island. There is a Smithsonian research facility on the island because there's a lot of really cool science you can do when you know the exact date thing became an island isolate ecosystem such crate more. Supercrew. I would also recommend visit to the Mita Florida's locks. You'll get through those can go on the transit, but it doesn't really not being in them in watching how it all happens from the overlook into the locks. You can go in, you know, spend thirty forty minutes watching the different levels of the water in the locks. Go up and down and you know, transit boats transiting through which I thought was fascinating when I was there. Agree. So, yeah. So those are the kind of things. There's also a zoo, which is like most of the way to Gamboa and there's also I think there's like rainforest stuff you can do again, Bo. I didn't actually spend any time there, but I went to the Sopa Rania national park, which hasn't really go hiking trails, and that's also near the zoo. And it's actually pretty good zoo. If you wanna see a lot of cool tropical animals that you're not likely to see when you're just out hiking. So tapirs Jaguars mount minds and things like that is a good place to see that. And then for food, there's a area of the city called the CO Dada. The city of knowledge bakeries to go for breakfast called pan. Eakin Ella. That was awesome. And then my favorite restaurant for dinner is ton too low, which is in the old part of the city and get the pupil onto low, which is really good octopus dish and set up on the roof because you can see all of the old town and it's really cool. And you mentioned. Mentioned more ends attacks pirate attacks on the city. One of the oldest golden altars in the Americas is the golden altar church of south Hussein Cosco Goss like the old part of the city that's not ruins. Yes. And so you can go to the leg zone who say which is, and it has one of the few remaining Foley and tagged golden altars of the Americas. And it was actually a fun story with that was that when captain Morgan was attacking the old ruins or the old part of town, some of the priests painted the outer black so that didn't look valuable. And it was one of the few things of significant value that was saved and preserved for anyone traveling to Panama. Generally, a good tip to know is that you negotiate the price with the cabdriver before you get in. Cab. The s. Sorry, negotiable, there's no meters in the cab. It is just sort of you tell them where you wanna go. Sometimes they'll just like huff and drive away because they don't want to drive tour every you want to go. But if they do wanna go where you're asking to go, the quote you a price, it's usually per person. And if you're a Gringo your, it's going to be a surcharge of usually a buck or so, but there's some negotiation. The best to go shooting tactic is just saying, no, that's too much and turning around and starting to walk away until very quickly come to lower price over and over. But honestly, what I did when I lived in Panama was I just became friends with a cabinet Bob and he was my go-to guy. Anytime I actually knew I wanted to go too far enough in advance. I would just shoot him a text on what's app and he would come get me and take me wherever..
"thirty forty minutes" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Call, maybe it'd be thirty forty minutes whatever then don't even set up a date set up what I call a drive by date. Which is a quick coffee lick look I got thirty minutes tomorrow between whatever you just meet me here and then Then the third real contacts should be, the date if you're ready so. It. Gives you all these chances to screen out and screen out and screen out The practice of finding a great mate, is about. Getting ready to eliminate many many. Many mates yeah that's fantastic advice because, it's everything we know about the science of getting? The know someone courtship it's safer it's the investment isn't. As much I think that's people have often say should we go. To dinner for a first date I think coffee's good cocktail is a lot right pressure The pressure Can you stay with me for one? More segment I'd. Love. To okay when we, come back let's talk about casual sex and hookups who's. Having them do they? Really work how dangerous? Are they this is, the doctor Wendy Walsh show on KFI AM. Six forty I think they benefit. Men more we'll be right back On the referral live from the twenty four hour KFI newsroom here's the latest on the fires burning in northern and southern California evacuation orders have been lifted. For Idyllwild in some communities north of the area fire burning and Riverside County is thirty percent contained. It's burned more than. Thirteen thousand acres a man from Temecula has been arrested on suspicion of. Studying the fire and eight others at least six people have been. Killed in a fire burning in reading or the twelve people. Are unaccounted for the fire has forced the evacuation? Of about forty thousand. People and is burned, nearly ninety thousand acres the fire is just five percent. Contained and the.
"thirty forty minutes" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Giveaway for elementary. You some things for older youth who are in. The middle to high school and just a day of fun and carnival games but, various organizations from civic organizations to some. Of our first responder organizations to some religious organizations to the school system so all excited Once again this year I give everybody who in the Carrollton brains of you in that area anywhere near Carrollton Georgia which is, all about thirty forty, minutes from downtown Atlanta and, you can make it. Out there they have a phenomenal program great speakers. They given away everything blowing out all kinds of free bags and supplies, and shoes tell them what they need. To be tomorrow Deirdre, in what time, they need to be. There they need to. Be there tomorrow Saturday July twenty. Eighth from eleven AM to two PM in Carrollton Georgia at the Carrollton amp which is located in downtown Carrollton Georgia did you all the best to. You I appreciate you for all that you. Continue to do for all of the young people in that area and in general and thank you for your support of west, care and all this stuff we're trying to do in that area with our young program young boys program update appreciate. You more than You would no well we appreciate appreciate you too and I know Regina wish, she could be here today to but we're we're getting, at that last minute donation I understand. Thank DJ rows thank you. One great. Family there her now husband great cardiologists up into Carrollton area and they do this. Every year for the last seven years I. Was at I speak seven years ago and so. They continue to do great work. If, you got. A free book bag giveaway you got hair because I. Know killer Mike I got to get him on the phone. I know he's doing school hair because? I believe that's this week is call them up in a little bit we'll come back we'll talk to Gregory ov- in, Charlotte Obama over in Phoenix Arizona and followed the phone lines wanna talk to you too we'll be back it's. Too much truth with, Derek bozeman on news, and talk thirteen eighty The. Harvard.
"thirty forty minutes" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"I News in thirteen eighty wwl CD two little joke, now, I know they went oh I knew they would not Trump So I. See them take the, thing, they Chuck it in the woods And so I? Have a dilemma what do I do. Do I go look in it Go and figure out what they tried to first thing I. Did we'll try to follow them. Trump now turn into? Some kind of detective or some Now I know drugs Dolan who take. Who would have the, new Trump would like a new f one fifty missing the white f. one fifty And they. Did they did they throw it out again I mean they hit they, hit the exceleron. Now on. A little curve street too Joker done though somebody's wrong Van Gogh nine one one These young get the y'all. Probably been finding a truck but Leon combining people choose. There's been thrown. Off in the woods by my house So true enough within about ten minutes, a Atlanta police department show of the officer. Real nice and everything and he said 'cause I don't, look now I'll be a. Little bit but I'm launching the Needham angry in here And you know I'm a vegetarian now Pesky -tarian but, I ain't no fees I've been. Y'all be real proud of me too I have enough, to lunch today at eight, cream corn a green beans Eight have a piece of corn bread what, else I had Green green beans already and I don't even. Know what else, I don't play whatever and I'm still. Home I'm hungry again And Vegetable yet either And so I was added to was, added up to I, want them different but that was headed up to Was a sandwich shop. To subway, to get MS salad up, there but at the gas it thing. For about forty men in that you know I, watch police said out I don't know. What he did out I don't know who came and picked it up but I knew that it was expensive. I knew it wasn't, gonna sit out there very long And. So after the police left about thirty forty minutes later The The whole thing had. Disappeared I don't know if the believe picked it, up but if you miss your f one fifty from southwest Atlanta Albright road, area, boy probably be driving. It And it could they, looked they were. About, thirteen fourteen years old But. I won't let them dump it on I mean look really young he, was young they. And they will. Did laughing whatever they would they were happy. They were, happy still in, the people stuff, I mean and you know you could say I didn't want to feel like. I would like, permit patio in the people so you, know generally if you threw off the back you, probably is indicated that you stole the Trump And I would hope that some, I don't know what would you done it is You. Know because I was? Thinking maybe Would you go look Look good been full the. Tools and everything, else and I mean I probably coulda did drove around the corner to the. Pasha and made out Because. I was asking somebody I don't drop a truck. Trucks I'm asking a friend why didn't want anything calls look it up and see real quick a gallon. Is to box for f one fifty let. Me see. How 'bout mine out and left down known because? I'm I'm just trying to figure out I? Haven't shared a belief. Didn't take it you know I, don't know what. What were they to dumb would it. Take it to a stolen property so let's. M Galvani it's, gotta be worried about four five hundred dollars I'm thinking probably more than that Hamlin It's worth four hundred sixty four dollars Yes the container Without? Nothing. In it Four hundred sixty four dollars Are going to wind up Dan drug it back home and, then put it on EBay One of these selling this than services They probably didn't realize they don't probably though the most valuable part of what they head off They're gonna find a car, to cut with British new it'd, probably, got, a GPS tracking device on it and you know, just a, little bad jokers, house like man, how did they get so bad like this now. You know we will bad but we wanted I would even thought about still the no car now I did break into a school when I. Was I would I would..
"thirty forty minutes" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Like, okay, sir. Ten seed. But the other part is all Mexicans are related to each other. Fucking great. There's only one other Latino person. Yeah, it's my cousin. He's going to kill you. So it's like. During the voices because that's what they're doing been only you're not to do it, right. It's okay. Like it's it's comical. I'm like laughing at this point where I'm like, okay, this is how it is in some places. It's probably how it is in in south central, you know, have somebody from south central. I know that don't talk quite like that. They have some of the to it, but for fuck sake, man, like even if you were to quit it, none of the black guys doggie don't. They're not talking like the crows from Dumbo like they're talking eloquently every one of them, but every single one of the Mexicans at the homes. Like you said, it was like a period essay essay was a period at the sentence, the end of the sense. It was ridiculous. So I'm over. You're laughing at that, but. I'm glad that they kinda showed that at least the Mexican guys had a code of conduct these bad guys, but they have a code of conduct, and that's kind of what you get when you get good villains like, yeah, villain. We'll do all this bad heinous shit. They'll shoot a guy in a bathtub with a shotgun, but because he saved his cousin, he's going to have a little bit of ethics to a little bit of code of honor that we'd like. And a lot of the other neighborhoods, the Crips who are defendant lady who got her money stolen Macy gray, they, they didn't just shoot him just to shoot them. They're like h, he's stealing money. Let's get back at them. The blood, same thing. They they send the signals everyone. The neighborhood knows what cop is here, what's going down. And it's kind of like a unit of protection, which is why you're into gang. So it's a little bit of like pro game message bit. If you're reading between the subtext little bit between the lines. Yeah, this is gang movie, but I think that is that a huge Quinson in the film. I think that's probably the weakest point in the plot. Wow. This one girl happens to be related this guy. That's what saves his life. Everyone's related. It's not true. We're not all related. I'm not related to Carlos even though he's not Mexican. But anyway, lots of just said his ass up to be murdered. Okay, that's, that's it. Yeah. Villain time. He's bat as his last like thirty forty minutes of the film. So he's full villain. It's time to get some revenge. So Alonzo we now know is in is in money with the Russians diva he needs a million dollars by bid night. So he's going to start collecting. The money goes right? Like he starts owing to the Russians. You talk about a plot point being a little bit weak in that kind of being a coincidence. You think that Alonzo would be in a hurry to collect his money and be done with it right now. He's fucking heaven Mendez again, which I don't. I don't blame him to be honest. There's a million dollars Russians. Russians, Mets. It's quite a bit of a toss them, but I just didn't make any sense at all for me for him to be in the same place that knows where he's at just in case anything bad were to happen or that shit to not go down. I can see your point with that, but the same time, he's extremely arrogant. He would so wait till last minute 'cause he doesn't wanna have to pay these guys actually long. They just show up before that time that it's okay, five minutes. I still pay him off. It'll be okay. And so it's still in line of his character, but interprets the pots like that's kind of a big risk there then takes the bus just walked straight there and nobody's best with them, which they have their reason. The hood doesn't really like Alonzo all that much either. So what it's time to get revenge time starting to get revenge time. Whoa. Bruce low, keep your hands where I can see him unless you put that money in that bag. Take your weapons. Placement said that pillowcase right there. You got one problem though. Jake, you've got no witnesses fucking witnesses. Raja smiley. You think my troops are going to help you is not what you know is what you can prove. Where's your evidence..
"thirty forty minutes" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Voice your, brother Believe that in studio with me My sister jasmine you Jackson And why do I, say you Jackson because middle. A middle name is unique don't be messing around and misconstrue. Another. Be jasmine regular. Jackson right. 'cause. I'm jasmine The only and there's a lot of. Jasmine Jackson I would. Imagine so and when I was in school you, know they would mess up. My lunch number because it was how many jasmine Jeff problem. Let. Me tell you Unique Jackson yes yes. Need to know it Stop, playing stop it. It's not, even, a. Game see as well All I'm saying Two two, seven. Zero three, jasmine you. Jackson the studio Ken, on the line let's. Bring Kenny entity we, can, tell them okay can't come. On in Brooklyn Hey it might I'm, Wilson, into you Took. My best do that Life and there's no doubt about it areas But you know what. It is, I just can't understand our people you know that's the reason why Trump is so difficult for us because we. Can't seem to get together in one accord I mean something that's detrimental to our just. We can't seem to get? Together on it, you know what I'm saying. And you know I was thinking this morning I'm like the only creatures on the face of the earth that when attack we, call it a corner and big for mercy. Every other, creature at doing that your kid but anyhow because that's the only dealer survive You know this probably going to. Sound crazy, and I probably shouldn't say it So I was just the He minutes ago. About thirty. Forty minutes ago we own we were in between segments and I. Was. Looking at my toes okay Whereas going with this they were like they were like like leaning over on each. Other right in my mind was like my. Toes look. Like is laid people who are cowering against the tier of white. Supremacy I am crazy but that's how real it is and you know when you say we are, we are people who have. Learned how to cower you know we. We have learned to tower I and and, win but, what. We're learning is this, will we get to learn when we even when we cower they steal pommel of right and so no doctor started DisneyWorld pizzas I do understand them because this teaching sleeve the allergy yes Thinking that you, know we're gonna die and. Go to heaven by him by I. Mean if the case I don't want to, be there. Because If. You commit, these atrocious action, against humans in the world is white Oh Want to. Go I don't wanna be there for, them, right and they're. Black people do commit atrocious actions is always against each other by full going aware bothering no white folks about. Nothing you know because I don't know if it's the fear that they have embedded in us psyche or, DNA, whatever but something's wrong with us man as as a group of. People you, know Dr been always Dr..
"thirty forty minutes" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
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"thirty forty minutes" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"And i channeled him he'd been dead a number of years and they i'm talking to a blank wall of audio equipment there was nobody in there and they were back in new york so they start asking me questions tell me about yourself so i put on this accent and i started a stream of es i heard them laughing at a more they laugh the more outlandish my story came and it went on for twenty thirty forty minutes and finally they stopped and hold that was it hold on can i do something with your john we don't really have time and and we're going to have like a seven minute segment coming up here but i would love if that seven minute segment was just you doing whatever it is that you recall from the routine that got you the most interesting man in the world it obviously doesn't have to be specific because it was a long time ago but can you give us a sample or something or is that too hard and as well i think i can but i don't want you guys to be taken off the air it was kind of blue too tell you the truth well let's hear it with bleeps like not we won't believe you can you just say bleep where you would normally say about so i was in the high sierras you know down there in in south america and see all these women in iowa so happy they were down in the river they were washing their clothes so i run down and i believe all of them you know of course and then it went from there my reputation it just exploded across all of south america so i became a legend you know and i met jake with i know and i was one that loan him the motorcycle you know modestly clip and i met i met what's his name fidel if he was easy and his mistress was really beautiful so you know i believe.
"thirty forty minutes" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Pow dot com slash aaron inclined where i did i think like thirty forty minutes just big definition of refugee the other thing is that we the united states actually bond this united nations agency three hundred million dollars a year earlier today danny's are known the united nations ambassador for israel has come out with very strong statements because actually a few days ago inside unwrought inside the united nations school for children they found a hamas terror tunnel that had its opening in a classroom of unrwa which means that a mosque percival was using children as human shields and that's so second mas was using its heritage on all that had its opening inside annoy inside of united nations school a seem united nations school that in the past has employed hamas members to perpetuate lies against israel in the classroom so don't own said quote yet another territorial under an unrest will by the way this is not the first this is what hamas rule looks like he said we cannot accept a situation in which unrest schools are used as terror basis i would go further and say danny and i should have him on the show love him we can't accept unwrap it needs to be disbanded wires the trump administration funding them anyway speaking of funding i want to get back to the first hour of the funding of the dossier by hillary and the dnc and poll singler a republican billionaire through the free beacon which claims that it is conservative and of course mccain delivered the fictional dossier let's go to louis in sayerville hello a louis hey are and how you tone thank you uh listen the reason why aren't or time callers and second time kohl call used to go there's a hundred million people here in america have voted for donald trump and are sometimes no platforms to get at has you know average you know go to plumber off so we call you guys up and what we expect something to happen you know your car ruad two two two political arm could we have nothing really to go to a we all out to you guiding and you are or word other megan i and i just want to congratulate you and thank you very much thank.