35 Burst results for "Thirty Years Ago"

Average long-term US mortgage rates edge up to 5.3%

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 7 months ago

Average long-term US mortgage rates edge up to 5.3%

"Mortgage mortgage mortgage mortgage rates rates rates rates edged edged edged edged up up up up again again again again this this this this week week week week as as as as the the the the fed fed fed fed works works works works on on on on dampening dampening dampening dampening inflation inflation inflation inflation getting getting getting getting a a a a thirty thirty thirty thirty year year year year home home home home loan loan loan loan is is is is becoming becoming becoming becoming more more more more expensive expensive expensive expensive mortgage mortgage mortgage mortgage buyer buyer buyer buyer Freddie Freddie Freddie Freddie Mac Mac Mac Mac reports reports reports reports that that that that the the the the average average average average thirty thirty thirty thirty year year year year mortgage mortgage mortgage mortgage rate rate rate rate rose rose rose rose to to to to five five five five point point point point three three three three percent percent percent percent this this this this week week week week that's that's that's that's up up up up slightly slightly slightly slightly from from from from a a a a week week week week ago ago ago ago and and and and the the the the highest highest highest highest rate rate rate rate since since since since two two two two thousand thousand thousand thousand nine nine nine nine this this this this time time time time last last last last year year year year the the the the average average average average is is is is only only only only two two two two point point point point nine nine nine nine four four four four percent percent percent percent fifteen fifteen fifteen fifteen year year year year fixed fixed fixed fixed rate rate rate rate mortgages mortgages mortgages mortgages popular popular popular popular with with with with owners owners owners owners or or or or refinancing refinancing refinancing refinancing get get get get down down down down to to to to four four four four point point point point four four four four eight eight eight eight percent percent percent percent the the the the federal federal federal federal reserve reserve reserve reserve raised raised raised raised its its its its benchmark benchmark benchmark benchmark interest interest interest interest rate rate rate rate last last last last week week week week by by by by half half half half a a a a percentage percentage percentage percentage and and and and has has has has signaled signaled signaled signaled more more more more rate rate rate rate hikes hikes hikes hikes are are are are likely likely likely likely as as as as it it it it works works works works to to to to reverse reverse reverse reverse the the the the highest highest highest highest inflation inflation inflation inflation in in in in forty forty forty forty years years years years I'm I'm I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer king king king king

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Home sales fell far more than expected in February, as mortgage rates rose and supply remained tight

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 9 months ago

Home sales fell far more than expected in February, as mortgage rates rose and supply remained tight

"Increasing prices and rising mortgage rates result in a decrease in home sales sales of existing homes dropped seven percent in February from January the national association of realtors says sales declined two point four percent from February of last year as the median home price jumped fifteen percent from last year at this time two three hundred fifty seven thousand dollars home prices are surging as potential buyers compete for relatively few homes available and according to mortgage buyer Freddie Mac the average rate for the benchmark thirty year mortgage rose above four percent this week for the first time since may twenty nineteen I'm

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Was Arbery killing a hate crime? Jury to hear dueling views

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 9 months ago

Was Arbery killing a hate crime? Jury to hear dueling views

"Closing arguments are scheduled for today on whether the Ahmad armory killing was a hate crime a jury in Georgia will hear arguments from prosecutors and defense attorneys on whether the twenty twenty killing of Ahmad Arbor rate was a federal hate crime the three white men involved have already been convicted of murder for chasing and killing the twenty five year old black man father and son Greg and Travis make Michael along with the neighbor have all pleaded not guilty to the hate crime charges regardless of the outcome to make Michaels have been sentenced to life in prison without parole for their murder convictions neighbor William Roddy Brian also received a life sentence with parole possible only after he served at least thirty years I'm Shelley Adler

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US could see a century's worth of sea rise in just 30 years

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 10 months ago

US could see a century's worth of sea rise in just 30 years

"The U. S. could see a century's worth of C. rise in just thirty years this report as a wake up call for the United States no I administrator Rick Spinrad on a federal report warning that America's coast will be hit hard by ever faster sea level rise between now and the year twenty fifty profound statements in this room is that the United States is expected to experience as much sea level rise thirty years as we saw over the span of the entire last century the information by seven federal agencies predicts the Gulf coast especially Texas and Louisiana we'll get hit the hardest I'm surely Ambler

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Today Show 70th Anniversary-Today Intro and Wrap

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 11 months ago

Today Show 70th Anniversary-Today Intro and Wrap

"A a milestone milestone today today in in morning morning television television N. N. B. B. C. C. news news this this is is a a special special edition edition of of today today seventieth seventieth anniversary anniversary the the today today show show first first aired aired on on January January fourteenth fourteenth nineteen nineteen fifty fifty two two with with Dave Dave Galloway Galloway as as the the host host co co host host now now our our Savannah Savannah Guthrie Guthrie and and Hoda Hoda copy copy but but Guthrie Guthrie was was not not on on the the set set today today she she tested tested positive positive for for the the coronavirus coronavirus Savannah's Savannah's always always front front center center I I mean mean she she may may not not physically physically be be here here but but we've we've always always had had a a name name but but eight eight thousand thousand times times and and this this is is just just one one of of those those unlucky unlucky moments moments where where you you happen happen to to get get you you know know get get Kobe Kobe during during this this moment moment al al Roker Roker has has been been delivering delivering the the weather weather on on the the today today show show for for more more than than thirty thirty years years it's it's not not an an act act yeah yeah you you know know you you see see that that on on TV TV I I think think a a lot lot of of places places of of tried tried to to manufacture manufacture that that it it but but I I think think it it speaks speaks to to the the seventy seventy years years speaks speaks to to the the the the the the the the genuineness genuineness of of what what goes goes on on in in Studio Studio One One last last night night the the lights lights on on the the Empire Empire State State Building Building in in New New York York or or in in the the today today show's show's trademark trademark orange orange I'm I'm at at Donahue Donahue

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Louisiana governor pardons Homer Plessy, whose segregation protest went to the Supreme Court

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 11 months ago

Louisiana governor pardons Homer Plessy, whose segregation protest went to the Supreme Court

"Louisiana's Louisiana's governor governor has has pardon pardon the the black black man man who's who's eighteen eighteen ninety ninety to to arrest arrest led led to to a a Supreme Supreme Court Court decision decision that that allowed allowed racial racial segregation segregation in in the the United United States States for for nearly nearly sixty sixty years years there's there's never never a a bad bad day day to to do do the the right right thing thing Louisiana Louisiana governor governor John John bel bel Edwards Edwards said said citing citing a a posthumous posthumous pardon pardon for for Homer Homer Plessy Plessy is is something something that that should should never never have have been been needed needed in in eighteen eighteen ninety ninety two two the the thirty thirty year year old old shoemaker shoemaker part part of of a a group group trying trying to to overturn overturn laws laws against against equal equal rights rights after after the the civil civil war war was was wide wide enough enough to to buy buy a a train train ticket ticket New New Orleans Orleans with with black black enough enough to to be be arrested arrested for for refusing refusing to to leave leave a a whites whites only only railroad railroad car car when when he he lost lost his his case case before before the the Supreme Supreme Court Court Plessy Plessy versus versus Ferguson Ferguson ushered ushered in in an an era era of of unabashed unabashed racism racism and and segregation segregation that that was was considered considered legal legal until until brown brown versus versus the the board board of of education education in in nineteen nineteen fifty fifty four four the the pernicious pernicious effects effects of of Plessy Plessy linger linger still still at at a a ceremony ceremony near near the the spot spot where where plus plus he he was was arrested arrested bel bel Edwards Edwards says says she she was was beyond beyond grateful grateful to to help help restore restore plus plus he's he's legacy legacy undefiled undefiled by by the the wrongness wrongness of of his his conviction conviction this this party party is is a a step step in in the the right right direction direction I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king Louisiana's Louisiana's governor governor has has pardon pardon the the black black man man who's who's eighteen eighteen ninety ninety to to arrest arrest led led to to a a Supreme Supreme Court Court decision decision that that allowed allowed racial racial segregation segregation in in the the United United States States for for nearly nearly sixty sixty years years there's there's

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Finland Reindeer Climate-Reindeer Intro and wrap

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Finland Reindeer Climate-Reindeer Intro and wrap

"Reindeer reindeer herders herders are are feeling feeling the the effects effects of of climate climate change change a a new new study study says says reindeer reindeer herds herds have have gotten gotten smaller smaller and and lighter lighter and and a a little little it's it's a a herder herder near near the the Arctic Arctic Circle Circle she she says says climate climate change change is is a a reason reason twenty twenty thirty thirty years years we we have have had had interest interest in in getting getting more more unstable unstable one one researcher researcher says says the the Glasgow Glasgow climate climate packs packs one one point point five five degrees degrees Celsius Celsius temperature temperature goal goal is is impossible impossible for for reindeer reindeer herders herders and and reindeers reindeers you you cannot cannot split split so so at at a a very very easily easily over over heat heat and and they they might might get get caught caught some some as as much much kill kill a a lot lot of of pride pride researcher researcher Nuccio Nuccio muzzle muzzle low low at at the the university university of of Lapland Lapland says says the the one one point point five five degree degree goal goal is is the the issue issue it it is is already already a a general general understanding understanding that that the the for for the the the the no no see see such such with with temperatures temperatures these these going going faster faster Leslie Leslie is is supplementing supplementing her her reindeers reindeers diets diets with with ivy ivy branches branches and and dried dried hay hay to to help help them them get get through through the the winter winter I'm I'm a a Donahue Donahue

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Biden aims to cut bureaucratic runaround for gov't services

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Biden aims to cut bureaucratic runaround for gov't services

"President president Biden Biden will will sign sign an an executive executive order order Tuesday Tuesday aimed aimed at at easing easing bureaucratic bureaucratic frustration frustration among among Americans Americans seeking seeking a a wide wide swath swath of of federal federal services services from from renewing renewing passports passports to to applying applying for for social social security security benefits benefits Americans Americans waste waste a a lot lot of of time time with with the the office office visits visits award award long long phone phone calls calls the the executive executive order order is is geared geared toward toward cutting cutting paperwork paperwork and and allowing allowing them them to to access access more more services services online online the the White White House House hopes hopes improving improving experiences experiences with with federal federal agencies agencies will will help help renew renew faith faith in in the the government government and and democracy democracy itself itself the the president president last last week week or or to to the the US US and and other other nations nations to to show show they they can can work work for for their their people people Marcus Marcus is is hard hard we we all all know know that that similar similar attempts attempts to to make make the the government government more more nimble nimble have have failed failed for for generations generations Bill Bill Clinton Clinton famously famously pledged pledged to to reinvent reinvent government government nearly nearly thirty thirty years years ago ago Sager Sager made made Donnie Donnie Washington Washington

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP AP sports sports five five a a nearly nearly thirty thirty year year record record went went down down to to the the NBA NBA the the largest largest margin margin of of victory victory the the Memphis Memphis Grizzlies Grizzlies took took apart apart the the Oklahoma Oklahoma City City thunder thunder one one fifty fifty two two seventy seventy nine nine of of seventy seventy three three point point victory victory for for the the griz griz records records are are meant meant to to be be broken broken all all those those things things that that people people say say so so what what motivates motivates us us every every single single day day is is about about just just playing playing our our best best basketball basketball and and I I think think over over the the last last three three games games we've we've done done a a lot lot better better job job with with that that Memphis Memphis coach coach Taylor Taylor Jenkins Jenkins whose whose team team led led by by as as many many as as seventy seventy eight eight jaren jaren Jackson Jackson junior junior led led the the scoring scoring for for the the griz griz with with twenty twenty seven seven the the Chicago Chicago Bulls Bulls blew blew a a twenty twenty one one point point lead lead regrouped regrouped to to beat beat the the New New York York six six one one ninety ninety one one fifteen fifteen the the Martin Martin Rosen Rosen rose rose up up in in the the fourth fourth quarter quarter eighteen eighteen of of his his team team high high thirty thirty four four is is fine fine when when we we go go out out there there compete compete you you know know we we we we we we face face adversity adversity at at times times and and not not feel feel good good when when we we come come out out come come out out on on top top Milwaukee Milwaukee had had its its eight eight game game winning winning streak streak ended ended in in Toronto Toronto the the raptors raptors beat beat the the box box ninety ninety seven seven ninety ninety three three the the box box did did not not play play leading leading scorer scorer got got a a son son of of a a couple couple who who set set out out with with a a calf calf injury injury lebron lebron James James has has been been cleared cleared to to play play again again after after missing missing one one game game out out of of the the NBA's NBA's health health and and safety safety protocol protocol NFL NFL Tampa's Tampa's Antonio Antonio brown brown one one of of three three players players suspended suspended for for three three games games for for violating violating covert covert nineteen nineteen protocol protocol Thursday Thursday night night football football Dallas Dallas got got back back on on the the winning winning track track after after its its thanksgiving thanksgiving day day loss loss they they had had their their way way with with New New Orleans Orleans twenty twenty seven seven to to seventeen seventeen thousand thousand lost lost three three of of its its previous previous four four games games was was playing playing without without head head coach coach Mike Mike McCarthy McCarthy was was out out under under covert covert protocol protocol but but dak dak Prescott Prescott and and company company still still prevailed prevailed Prescott Prescott threw threw a a touchdown touchdown pass pass the the Michel Michel Galopin Galopin Tony Tony Padron Padron fifty fifty yards yards for for another another TD TD call call us us walk walk and and scored scored on on a a twenty twenty nine nine yard yard interception interception return return one one of of four four picks picks for for the the cowboys cowboys defense defense off off taste taste in in hell hell making making his his first first start start of of the the year year for for the the saints saints I'm I'm John John Merriam Merriam at at HL HL forty forty two two save save died died for for goalie goalie Jeremy Jeremy swim swim and and pave pave the the way way for for Boston's Boston's two two nothing nothing win win over over Nashville Nashville it's it's fun fun to to watch watch guys guys are are taking taking pride pride the the defensive defensive zone zone and and also also any any offenses offenses on on I I was was had had the the best best seat seat in in the the house house watching watching him him work work you you know know play play together together a a lot lot of of talk talk out out on on the the ice ice college college football football coach coach Bronco Bronco Mendenhall Mendenhall stepping stepping down down in in Virginia Virginia check check Freeman Freeman AP AP sports sports

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Jury is seated in Jussie Smollett trial

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Jury is seated in Jussie Smollett trial

"A a jury jury has has been been seated seated to to hear hear the the case case against against former former empire empire actor actor jussie jussie Smollett Smollett no no panel panel that that will will decide decide the the case case consist consist of of twelve twelve jurors jurors plus plus alternates alternates the the judge judge James James Wynn Wynn told told the the jury jury he he expects expects the the case case to to take take about about a a week week and and seeding seeding the the panel panel then then asks asks would would be be jurors jurors about about their their feelings feelings about about the the case case that that riled riled the the nation nation thirty thirty years years ago ago he he asked asked potential potential members members of of the the panel panel if if they they have have been been the the victim victim of of a a hate hate crime crime if if they they had had watched watched the the late late show show empire empire or or were were familiar familiar with with TMZ TMZ celebrity celebrity website website in in TV TV show show Moscow's Moscow's Gabriel Gabriel

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A jury has been seated in the trial of Jussie Smollett

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

A jury has been seated in the trial of Jussie Smollett

"A a jury jury has has been been seated seated to to hear hear the the case case against against former former empire empire actor actor jussie jussie Smollett Smollett no no panel panel that that will will decide decide the the case case consist consist of of twelve twelve jurors jurors plus plus three three alternates alternates the the judge judge James James Wynn Wynn told told the the jury jury he he expects expects the the case case to to take take about about a a week week and and seeding seeding the the panel panel then then asks asks would would be be jurors jurors about about their their feelings feelings about about the the case case that that riled riled the the nation nation thirty thirty years years ago ago he he asked asked potential potential members members of of the the panel panel if if they they have have been been the the victim victim of of a a hate hate crime crime if if they they had had watched watched the the late late show show empire empire or or were were familiar familiar with with TMZ TMZ celebrity celebrity website website in in TV TV show show Moscow's Moscow's Gabriel Gabriel

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More than 10,000 John Deere workers go on strike at 14 U.S. plants

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

More than 10,000 John Deere workers go on strike at 14 U.S. plants

"Hi Mike Rossi reporting deer and company workers go on strike after rejecting a contract offer more than ten thousand workers at fourteen Deere and company plants in five states what on strike Thursday in the first major walk out of the company in more than thirty years members of the United auto workers rejected an offer from deer earlier in the week of five percent raises for some workers and six percent raises for others rejected offer would have paid top scale their production workers just over thirty dollars per hour rising to thirty one dollars eighty four cents after five years the agricultural machinery giant known for its green tractors enjoyed a pandemic Boone gear is expected to report record profits of between five point seven billion dollars and five point nine billion dollars this year hi

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Author Matt Rosenberg Is a Chicago Native Son Who Can’t Believe What He’s Seeing

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:49 min | 1 year ago

Author Matt Rosenberg Is a Chicago Native Son Who Can’t Believe What He’s Seeing

"His name. Is matt rosenberg. The book is what next chicago notes of a pissed off native son. Wow matt rosenberg. Welcome to the program. Thank you eric. It's a pleasure to be here. I know of you because of your dad the legendary milt rosenberg my goodness. How long did he do radio. I mean how many years was he in that world. Thirty eight years he was on. Wgn am but it was just a second job. His first job He was a professor of social psychology at the university of chicago. And i grew up in hyde park in the professor of social social psychology with common sense and great curiosity which i think he passed on at least partially to me. So you've been a journalist. You've done a lot of things this book. I mean everybody in the country Including some chicagoans are wondering what in the world is happening in chicago. so what. What is the book about what next chicago. What ultimately Are you saying here. I am addressing urban progressive misrule In our nation's biggest cities. I'm looking at the unified theory of systemic racism and positing that that is not the problem that the problem is that urban political elites largely of color are running our nation's biggest cities into the ground. What i'm also trying to do. When this book. I went deep into the south side. I moved back to chicago where i lived for thirty years. from the time of being a a young child six years old to you know My mid thirties. When i finally left and moved to seattle with my lovely wife where we raised two children. I had to come back in twenty twenty looking at the city in chaos and turmoil. I went deep into the south side. Talk to black people in their homes and workplaces about what's gone wrong how to set things right so that was a big part of it but then the policy piece. Eric was very big. I felt don't shy away from this. How is it that the public schools are failing. How is it that the criminal court system has run off the rails. How was it that. of fiscal governance has gone so wrong. Why is it that corruption is endemic and rules of governance are rigged so it was ambitious. But i feel like. I had a chance to step up to

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What Democrats Are Doing Is a Moral and Constitutional Abomination

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:45 min | 1 year ago

What Democrats Are Doing Is a Moral and Constitutional Abomination

"Are fed up. And i promise you this idiotic. Effort to force people to get a vaccine in the workplace is a huge part of it. I'm angry about it. And i'm angry about about to get a booster. I guess i don't know. I'm going to get the what happens with the booster johnson and johnson. I got an employee who's going to get his booster today and eric's all set to go set up an appointment. He got to the pfizer. Vaccine the to dose. And he's going to get fis booster. I wanna find out what my antibodies are. I keep forgetting to call the doctor and get a test set up. I wanna know where my antibodies are. And what he thinks. I should do about getting a booster. I think he believes. I should get one if he does. I'm gonna get it. I shouldn't be fired if i don't and we are into a state and this article is so important i want to read more of it. From joy pullman of the federalist and you hear from this last guy in north carolina paul. Who's about to be fired after a thirty year. Career at american airlines when he america. You're gonna fire your pilots. Paul did at the airline but apparently thirty percent of american airline pilots aren't getting the vaccine joy pullman rights what democrats are doing as republicans stand down yet again is a moral and constitutional abomination not even the fig leaf pose of a pen signing balderdash phil document is needed for today's democrats. Whatever they say you do

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Texas inmate faces execution for fatally stabbing 2 brothers

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Texas inmate faces execution for fatally stabbing 2 brothers

"A Texas inmate faces execution this evening for fatally stabbing to Houston area brothers during a robbery in their home more than thirty years ago Rick Rhodes is scheduled to receive a lethal injection at the state penitentiary in Huntsville his attorneys have asked the Supreme Court to stop the execution arguing his constitutional right to due process is being violated because roads is being prevented from pursuing claims that somebody central jurors at his trial might have been dismissed for racially discriminatory reasons his attorneys have filed other appeals and lost prosecutors say roads broke into the brothers home and killed them he confessed but claimed it was self defense if road is executed he would be the third inmate put to death this year in Texas and the sixth in the U. S. I'm Julie Walker

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Dr. Jeff Barke: It's Easier to Call in a Prescription for Oxycontin Than Ivermectin

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:44 min | 1 year ago

Dr. Jeff Barke: It's Easier to Call in a Prescription for Oxycontin Than Ivermectin

"Let's stay here for a second. So i for my sins. I spent Oh my gosh. Almost thirty years in academia prior to joining the Trump administration i. I hate being called an academic But pay reviews was the big deal. Pablo perez was was the choice of The the expression for those inside of academia Peer review dr balki. It's a joke. I mean it's it's a mutual masturbation society isn't it because you're being reviewed by your body's and therefore it's just a collective group think exercise. This isn't unbiased review. By people who have no vested interests these people have viewpoints. They wanna protect and like crazy. That i mean in theory. It makes sense it sort of like a a trial by your peers Theory in theory but what happens at these journals is that they're all like minded people and up. An article comes through. That is a positive article about ivermectin. They're not even gonna look at it. Let alone review it and so it's almost impossible to get publish. Some of these articles that are critical of karma and critical of vaccines. And so yes. You're right it's a you know it. It saddens me to say but these journals and healthcare agencies have become political in nature and they shouldn't be because when that happens what it's it's patients that suffer and so the science has been corrupted. Patients are being injured as a result and listen every single day now when i call in prescriptions for patients as it relates to cove it. It is literally easier for me to call in a prescription for oxycontin than it is for either

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Michael West as "Tree"   A Comedy Interview   Show #84 - burst 01

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

02:35 min | 1 year ago

Michael West as "Tree" A Comedy Interview Show #84 - burst 01

"But he's a big guy that has seen a block out the sun. He wore a black leather jacket. Like kind of like you'd picture from the biker movies and black leather chaps and and was kind of an intimidating figure. Well okay you were scary looking guy you would come on stage in everybody in the room would kind of lean back a little bit and what was so interesting was that you had this kind of scary big persona on stage but off stage. A lot of the staff commented on you being one of nicest guys they ever worked with and by the way. Thank you for that When i told several the old staff people that i was going to be interviewing you. They were not only a very excited. That we connected but wanted to share that you're one of their favourite people to work with because you were such a nice guy off state so there's that but then when i would go through the rules at the beginning of my set rule number one was always tip your server would. Yeah we reinforce. The course of the evening because i came from a background of like over thirty years in food and beverage the bartender by cook in my mom's restaurant when i was thirteen. So so food beverages my blood. We'll show you imagine this. Big intimidating guy Laid out in black leather coming out and pointing at the audience. And saying you will tip the waitresses. I learned. I learned to why you say the word server servers. Well there you go but still. It was a great way to start off your set. So let's let's back up a little bit. Because i know what Working with you how. That was it laughs but Share with the audience. How did you kind of fall into. Stand up comedy. It's something that i had. Since i was a kid and i'm probably dating myself but growing up watching the old ed sullivan show and shows variety shows I always loved the when the comedian came again. You like checking green myron cohen You know the old borscht belt comics the first ones and then Involved into you know cosby carlin's Which she prior. Before he turned into richard pryor notice when people were watching. You know family watching it. Everybody was laughing and so everybody was in a good mood. And i always liked

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Suspected arson wildfire forces evacuations in California

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Suspected arson wildfire forces evacuations in California

"Thousands of people in northern California are under evacuation orders and a woman is charged with setting a fire that chase them from their homes fire officials say at least four thousand people in the Shasta county community of mountain gate north of Redding had to flee and a number of homes have already burned the flames erupted Wednesday when a woman emerged from the brush with a lighter in her pocket near a quarry workers reported seeing thirty year old Alexandra super Neva acting strangely before she approached by our fighters and ask them for medical help the Shasta county district attorney says the woman's being charged with felony arson to wildland and is being investigated in connection with other fire sat in the county and other parts of the state I'm Jackie Quinn

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"thirty years ago" Discussed on What Goes Up

What Goes Up

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"thirty years ago" Discussed on What Goes Up

"I want to ask you mike. And i were chatting about this Right before our conversation but when it comes to some of those factors is it feel like all of the good ones have already been sort of discovered in exploited repackages. You say or. Is there something else out there that you you're finding really think that certainly in challenge. Especially let's say you're a finance these days compared to one thirty years ago to find something that has already been discovered There's certainly the incentive to try and look for something that's new But i think that just because some of these core kind of asset allocation determining building blocks like sized profitability. Even if you can't add onto those necessarily puts into a strategy need to be taken into account and that's where you know. Some of the really exciting research has been done internally with our research team where we look at things like this where you find shorter. Term drivers of expected returns that are really trade-offs. The have to balance against things like size value profitability. You know if you think about a value strategy how to stocks often become value stocks. Well it's following a period of relative underperformance versus their peers. What do we know from. The phenomenon of momentum within the cross section of stocks will stocks that have had relatively poor returns in previous periods tended continue to have relatively poor returns in the short run and so additional sources of information about expected returns like that are really crucial to again even for these well established factors like sized profitability making sure that we capture our fair share of those still a very important part of implementation. I was glad you brought up cam harvey. We've had him on the show a few times. Not in a while but listeners. If you want to hear more of the thoughts cam scroll back on the on the phone. A few a year or two and we had a couple of good episodes with going back on but west. I want to talk about what. I what i mentioned at..

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"thirty years ago" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

Mojo In The Morning

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"thirty years ago" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

"Somebody a condo. That's my mom. Told me that all the time. Nick what's going on. Hey hey big. Fan big fan to go neck. Yeah so i. I used to work at home depot and i. I was moving Lawnmowers with with a forklift. And i picked up the last one. I moved like three of them and fell off like ten feet. It was a john. Deere like yard completely destroyed a tractor a writing on tractor. Yeah yeah oh my god. It fell off fell off the side of the forklift. It wasn't it wasn't properly fell off and destroyed it ballard away for like two weeks and then back to being that don't do it again witness that just to see that thing following around trucker howard. You guys has a as a you know a call for us here. He's calling in trucker howard. I can't believe i didn't get fired. Because i had sex with the bosses wife. Stop at come to know what happened. Well one day she says. Hey i need to go check. Some trails can come with me. We got back there check and trailers. The clothes started coming off. Averred i just said hey. I can't resist. That was a scumbag at the time. And you know they ain't like that no more. But i was you know so it was probably twenty five thirty years ago. You know what they say. Yeah know the squeaky wheel gets stay. I can't believe. I did it but foudy get fired because he'd have to hire drivers to do what i did. Hey you know what even happened. Once they got divorced and then we hooked back up and somebody. Wow day you guys have a..

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"thirty years ago" Discussed on TechNation Radio Podcast

TechNation Radio Podcast

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"thirty years ago" Discussed on TechNation Radio Podcast

"And you can't do much thinking with your bare brain and that's just true. It's first of all you definitely need. The most important thinking tools of all which are words are the main reason. We're so much smarter than dolphins and chimpanzees and elephants and everybody else in the world is that we can talk it over. We can trade notes. We can challenge each other and ask why explanations. That's the hammer and screwdriver and saw right. There's our words themselves which have many roles to play but then once you got worse you can build those words into little persuasion devices or sometimes great big huge persuasion devices and sometimes these are theories or methods cost benefit analysis. Things like that. Sometimes they're just sort of i. E fables little stories that are designed by you if you make them to get your audience to say oh yeah i get it. Yeah right to draw conclusion but conclusion not necessarily in the logical sense of an airtight demonstration. But just a hunch that you get behind you say got it. Yeah right thank you. So that's an intuition pump and i coined that term. Oh more than thirty years ago to talk about a defective intuition pump. A i think they're wonderful when they're done right. And they are the tool choice in philosophy for several millennia and the best of them are unforgettable and legendary descartes's evil demon tries to fool him into thinking that the world exists when it doesn't plato's cave hobbs in the state of nature where life is nasty brutish and short but that philosophers and others are coming up with intuition pumps all the time. And i wanted people to become a little bit self conscious about these as devices by reverse engineering them by turning all knobs to see what makes them work loudly enough we philosophers who were supposed to be such self absorbed reflective navel gazers. It's amazing how unselfconsciously most philosophers about the methods they use and whether they're good methods and how and when you can rely on them so by drawing attention to the fact that these tales we tell our artifacts designed to do a job then we can reverse engineer and we can say well what actually provides the power in this particular case and is that. Is that what we want this. Twenty thirteen technician interview.

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"thirty years ago" Discussed on WSJ Your Money Briefing

WSJ Your Money Briefing

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"thirty years ago" Discussed on WSJ Your Money Briefing

"In the pandemic and it made reaching ordinary income families easier. Well let's talk about how people actually are getting life insurance. These days traditionally a lot of people got it through their employer right. Yes a lot of people do rely on life insurance policies that they get as a benefit of employment. This is a trend that really began twenty or thirty years ago. Employer provided life insurance. Hasn't always been there as a standard feature increasingly is a standard benefit so a lot of people say jeez. I can get in his benefit at work. Why do i need to go Separate policy during the pandemic many people lost jobs or that. Their work hours were reduced so that benefit went away and that also helped boost sales of individual life insurance policies because people realize. Jeez this insurance. I get through. My job isn't really always gonna be there. I'm going to lose it if i lose my job. So companies that sell policies to individuals and gain some sales from people who became fearful. They'd lose their job related benefits or they did in fact lose their job related benefits. So how are people buying life insurance now. Companies are still selling through life insurance agents many financial advisors have insurance licenses and we will sell policies. they're independent agents out there. Some companies have their own fleets of agents so those sales are continuing. They became more difficult during the pandemic when people didn't want an agent coming into their house.

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"thirty years ago" Discussed on Beyond The Baseline

Beyond The Baseline

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"thirty years ago" Discussed on Beyond The Baseline

"How did explain the relationship between being politically active as a player in the impact that had on your on the tennis. I mean was it in your head. Was it just a question of time commitment. What is the relationship between sitting on councils and trying to improve your ranking. Yeah i mean you know. Seen on counsels is is one thing. I don't think it's really how much time it affects you. How does it affect you individually brain. How much time you put it into that I'm not really sure to be honest with you because going through that process. I wasn't thinking that i was affected in It's just the way that i dealt with it. I also i was also a player that had way more talent than than You know a lot of people have in their in their thumb. But i relied on that talent more so than hard work at sometimes. It took me a long time to figure out that. I needed to work harder in in a lot of situations in sometimes not sometimes what i feel that maybe i start a little bit too late in that process. But that's on me. it's not on anyone else. Not is definitely not on my coaches because they definitely were trying to get me to work a little bit harder and spend more time doing certain things but today is a little bit different than than my wasn't really fighting for political issues Or social justice issues that really affect humanity humankind now is focusing on. You know how we could get more for our players and get more tournaments and get more prize money and things of that nature that you know. I feel good about because look where the tourists day. I feel that. I had something to do with that You know twenty thirty years ago so today. It's a different situation when you talk about the social injustice in racial environment that we live in and the voices that are being heard from our player group You know in twenty twenty twenty twenty one in going forward. It's a much bigger issue. I think it's i applaud these ladies because i wished i had the strength and the courage to do what they did. Many years ago of course are always opportunities to bring these these issues to the forefront. But today they're more visual to the world in so it's a lot easier to insert yourself in that place.

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"thirty years ago" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"thirty years ago" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"And magnificence that lives and can be experienced in the space that your body occupies always there but your your focus of awareness is hardly ever there. And i'm not picking on you. This is true for the were screwing everything up on the planet is because we never go to the place where we feel fulfilled when you feel fulfilled and you feel peace because you're because at pieces there and you feel unconditionally loved by the life that that runs your body that that you are when you feel that you live a different life and you create different stuff because that will come to expression but you gotta go there i but okay. Now there are this and i. I hear what you're saying you know. Believe me i'm not taking any of this. La like lakers personal. I recognized the personal stuff in it. Stuff that i need to work on and As far as turning off that thought process inside. You know meditation is supposed to do that down and stuff. And i used to be a lot better at Getting into like an alpha state in meditation. Thirty eight. Thirty years ago than. I am. Now why i don't know because my brain is going constantly and talk about what that thing is in your chest for me. I think it's more anxiety than anything else. There's so much. I wanted to achieve and so much i wanna do and so little time to do it in And why do you want to achieve all that. Have some kind of legacy tattoo. Say when i'm gone. There was something somebody will remember me for something positive. You don't care why when you're gone you don't care no i won't but i wanna be able to make sure that that that's still that's something after i'm gone up so you know i'm going to contradict this. I'm i'm really having fun. I i okay thank you okay so that all of that stuff that you want to do because you think legacy if you have a good legacy somehow you'll be content or you'll be one or you feel okay. Yeah well yeah you feeling. Okay doesn't come from legacy feeling okay. Already exist feeling okay. Comes from going to feeling. Okay already listened to you and then you're legacy will become bigger. Part of it is a feeling like i almost. Oh the world to leave it a better place than i arrived in. That's part of what you have less peace now than you did thirty years ago actually leaving the the world's worst place yeah and you could have thirty years ago so maybe what. You're trying to make better isn't isn't isn't.

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"thirty years ago" Discussed on The Mental Health and Wealth Show

The Mental Health and Wealth Show

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"thirty years ago" Discussed on The Mental Health and Wealth Show

"The choices we make and the action we take so in order to change our life we need to rewire are worrying which is a very very difficult thing to do. But our brain is shaped by our mind that would flows through our mind. Our mind is a non physical entity. Which is the source of our thoughts and our feelings so our thoughts and our feelings that shape our brain than cheap the neuro pathways that either. Dig them deeper or dig new ones and weaken the old ones and so in order to change your brain. You need to train your mind to think differently and up until like what thirty years ago scientists really believed that we could not change our brain right me could not believe but they have found that our brain is very plastic that we can change our brain from till the day that we die as long as we are on. Our brain is constantly changing and this was like amazing to me. When i read about neuro i knew nothing about neuroscience seven years ago nothing and then one day an article came in my inbox neuroscience and i read it and i thought wow.

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"thirty years ago" Discussed on Esports Network Podcast

Esports Network Podcast

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"thirty years ago" Discussed on Esports Network Podcast

"You know, I, you know, I think a lot of people grow up with your parents enrolling you in Rec programs and you know, it was, it was maybe the first like conscious decision. One of the first conscious decisions I've made in my life that was meaningful. But you know I told my parents hey I watch go to this video game competition you know can you can you take me there? Can you drive me there? Oh yeah that's where that's where it. Where it started is is my interest in technology and competition and growing up. I thought video games in a very similar way, to what I saw Sports is, you know, clearly there's a, you know, a physic, a difference in physicality but you know the the the knowledge and preparation package and and the need to maintain your equipment like there's there's so many parallels between video games and and sports. So I mean that's how it got started and you know, dead You know back you know twenty thirty years ago there's there's no there was no real organization to, you know, to to e-sports like you know it took entrepreneurs, it took enthusiasts to to set that up and I don't know what it is about me. Like what qualities I have that but I'm I'm a, you know, very forward, curious organized person. And eventually I just said, you know, I think I can do this. I think I can be a captain of a team. I think I can run a team. I think I can organize an event, and it was just, I was just a self-starter and I saw an opportunity. I just loved it so much. Am I invested my time into it and I, you know, I I kind of self self made my, my own career here and I'm its I'm, it warms my heart to see that, you know, now, there are dead. E Sports programs in colleges and there are Esports, you know, e Sports programs and curriculums in colleges, you know, there are gaming centers and other community outreach opportunities..

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"thirty years ago" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"thirty years ago" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Could sort of think of it that way. I'm all for this. I had a a bum shoulder at the end of last year. And it's better now but it took a while and you know during that time when i was feeling sorry for myself i was like what if it just never gets better. You know because you don't know if it's you know when you're really in a lot of pain and you're and you're injured and anything that anyone could could knock on my door and a weird suit and been like would you. Would you like a static. Your shoulder we'll be healed. I'd say yep do like we're a little bit in a writer's room like from twenty thirty years ago we're sitting in the writers. Are i think we should be able to control like screens by moving hand now. I think it'd be better. We said a word because people were waving math person. But then we're talking to ourselves that's gonna look even better. What have we had a little plug that we're kind of trying to create the way that we live in this mythical supernatural future but because because i i actually would prefer to be able to just think something at a at a voice assistant than say it because sometimes it doesn't really understand me which i guess could be true of reading my brain as well but especially when i'm out and about on a walk i don't wanna have to say it in front of other people that are around. You know walking around to it would be nice if i could just keep it to myself but that doesn't make good tv right. It's like gets people watch silently means you have you. Don't have the chaos of inner conversations that are taking place here where i only bought about a snapping. Didn't open the fridge now. It's closed again but now is open now the tv zone because remember that show and then we talked something about radio and it turned on all the sudden..

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"thirty years ago" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"thirty years ago" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Could sort of think of it that way. I'm all for this. I had a had a bum shoulder at the end of last year. And it's better now but it took a while and you know during that time when i was feeling sorry for myself i was like what if it just never gets better. You know because you don't know if it's you know when you're really in a lot of pain and you're and you're injured and anything that anyone could could knock on my door and a weird suit and been like would you. Would you like a static. Your shoulder we'll be healed. I'd say. Yep i do like we're a little bit in a writer's room like from twenty thirty years ago we're sitting in the writers. Are i think we should be able to control like screens. Moving hand now. I think it'd be better. We said a word because people were waving math person. But then we're talking to ourselves that's gonna look even better. What have we had a little plug that we're kind of trying to create the way that we live in this mythical supernatural future but because because i actually would prefer to be able to just think something at a at a voice assistant than say it because sometimes it doesn't really understand me which i guess could be true of reading my brain as well but especially when i'm out and about on a walk i don't wanna have to say it in front of other people that are around. You know walking around to it would be nice if i could just keep it to myself but that doesn't make good tv right. It's like gets people watch silently means you have you. Don't have the chaos of inner conversations that are taking place here where i only bought about a snapping. Didn't open the fridge now. It's closed again but now is open now the tv zone because remember that show and then we talked something about radio and it turned on all the sudden..

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"thirty years ago" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"thirty years ago" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Could sort of think of it that way. I'm all for this. I had a outta a bum shoulder at the end of last year. And it's better now but it took a while and you know during that time when i was feeling sorry for myself i was like what if it just never gets better. You know because you don't know if it's you know when you're really in a lot of pain and you're and you're injured and anything that anyone could could knock on my door and a weird suit and been like would you. Would you like a static. Your shoulder we'll be healed. I'd say. Yep i do like we're a little bit in a writer's room like from twenty thirty years ago we're sitting in the writers. Are i think we should be able to control like screens by moving hand now. I think it'd be better. We said a word because people were waving math person. But then we're talking to ourselves that's gonna look even better. What have we had a little plug that we're kind of trying to create the way that we live in this mythical supernatural future but because because i i actually would prefer to be able to just think something at a at a voice assistant than say it because sometimes it doesn't really understand me which i guess could be true of reading my brain as well but especially when i'm out and about on a walk i don't wanna have to say it in front of other people that are around. You know walking around to it's it would be nice if i could just keep it to myself but that doesn't make good tv right. It's like gets people watch silently means you have you. Don't have the chaos of inner conversations that are taking place here where i only bought about a snapping. Didn't open the fridge now. It's closed again but now is open now the tv zone because remember that show and then we talked something about radio and it turned on all the sudden..

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"thirty years ago" Discussed on That’s Strange

That’s Strange

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"thirty years ago" Discussed on That’s Strange

"For for you know for its time and went and it was publicized. We're ready to get us. I can see what you're saying. I think there's a lot to be gained from this story of the story is true technologically. There is a lot to be gained here. I think this stuff should be in the hands of the government. I think it should have a much more substantial amount of what it is in. The hands of the government is racing. Oh so you're saying just never gonna. Yeah okay with being in the hands. Yeah with it being in the hands of the government. Nothing's gonna come of it right because because it is not Be something being in. The hands of the government is not meant to benefit. The people in the society is meant to benefit the military and the government and and and their means of using that technology. It's just the same. As thirty years ago. he was talking about transparent Glass that on command would would go from a opaque to transparent and we see that inside movies. And that's a now he sees like smartglass and stuff like that but right now that's thirty years after the fact right so so it's and that's an inherent thing i think like you're saying the government having it is is there. They don't care about us they don't care about anything that we could use that stuff for the amount of good we could do with that technology they care about militarising it. They care about protecting their tanks and the government is always to act in its own self interest so if they find a way to to utilize whatever technology where we're talking about here no matter which which angle or form that it takes if it benefits the government overall their their their overall investment in this conversation is to suppress that information so that they no longer have to deal with how it's going to affect the rest of the world as far as our conversation with them right and i think that i think.

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"thirty years ago" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"thirty years ago" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"I started studying this almost thirty years ago. Dave and light you and like many people some days. It just seemed like everything happened like magic and other days it truly seemed like i should have gotten up nothing worked. It was like one disaster after another disaster going. Oh my god this is like this is a horror story now as a guy who's training. No i was very curious..

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"thirty years ago" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"thirty years ago" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Who Who exploit children and there are people who put their children to be exploited and the government is not doing enough because they're overwhelmed because people don't cooperate the fbi will go to collect people but the people will not come forward. The victims themselves are coming forward. Because they're afraid they're not coming forward so they can have a case to prosecute them on their networks and a lot of money involved there crime syndicates for who just like thirty years ago. They used to girls on the street and collect. Money has not stopped now which not just girls as in women who are sex workers. Children are wholly syndicates organized crime syndicates all over the world who proliferated who have vested interest in keeping human trafficking going Yeah that's a so true because We forget that a lot of times parents have a lot involved with it or family or friends have a lot involved in. It's really weird when they sit up here and think it's not involved you know oh it happens in another country happens in our own backyard and it comes. I actually knew somebody who sexually abused in their family. And you know just from some boyfriend. A mother's boyfriend. You know one of the mother's boyfriend like you say comedy out why the mother was sleeping. He's over there molesting her child you know and i'm like what are you know world you know and this funny way When kids parents d. i'm not saying they can't date but when you got a girl of bacteria is kinda funny. you know. 'cause people could date you just today just access to your. Yes and it's kinda really. Oh we were really weird. I remember a friend of mine. Who got married. She says she really way to her. Kids got out of school out of high school and went to college before she really started looking and she say she's 'cause i couldn't do this date anybody because they'd be looking at my child. Absolutely there are women like that..

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"thirty years ago" Discussed on The Authority Project

The Authority Project

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"thirty years ago" Discussed on The Authority Project

"Do it on your own. Sometimes and that's how we started again. That may change. But it's it's pretty fulfilling to look back and say wow look we'll be built so far it's just a step into in steppingstone of a. We have to do but we do on our own with no outside help so that i think to me is feels pretty cool but yeah i think it also depends again if you know you saw software business. It costs very little to started very little these days. Anybody can start a software business. You know it's much. Cheaper was twenty thirty years ago. But if you wanna go and manufacture cars. You're not gonna be able to the on a lot of headway so you see a little bit different from one. Is you wanna start a by a by him. You know abide take company you know just to get fda approval on a million dollars. That's a little bit different right right so i wanna i got more questions. We might go a little bit pastor of because okay. Do you have on boarding strategy. I think the lifeblood obviously especially for a tech company is you know users yup users in recurring users. Right did you have. Do you have one now. did you have one in. The beginning is different now. Talk about that. It's always changing. So i would say we're still trying to figure it out. It's a it's working but it's not working. Well enough you brand. Yeah so i mean look. There's you know where a freemium business people start free and then in order for us generate some of the users will pay for the tool if they like it or not You wanna get more of those users out of the bunch that are coming free. You want to have as many of stay longer than they would cancel. That's basically the whole way. It works with our you know with most software companies These days so our strategy is a little bit different We are you bring a lot of you wanna.

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"thirty years ago" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"thirty years ago" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"That was my one point. Actually i was a outta on. I agree with you it is. Humans are not truly aggressive males more. So it's a good thing to let your aggression in a in a disciplined rules based sport like boxing. I've always defended boxing for that reason. I answering sure actually when you said you don't like you know if you're not speaking on some of the future ones The other thing. I really wanted to with eric levy. I even marvelous deters young. I know april tears to me. Is you know because He he was so up to date with everything that was going on and then he mentioned our beloved poll ropes and i thought what a man you know is a marvelous man. I've known him for a very long time. He was a big supporter of my efforts. Thirty years ago to break the stranglehold that the western countries had on iraq to try and stop the sanctions yet. Stop the war. Of course immune. He's completely indefatigable and selfless. He seeks nothing. You may have noticed. I had to force them to talk about his own. Arrest is true. And i mean he was so together. I'm not being patronizing. Because i'm eighty three soon but i shall not that long but you'll get your new show godwin when you are ninety two. And everyone saying. She's so articulate and wholehearted about everything she talks about. Thanks norma in bristol. Alas it is time to go. I hope like me you've enjoyed the show. It's been marvelous for.

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"thirty years ago" Discussed on Self Love Revolution Podcast

Self Love Revolution Podcast

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"thirty years ago" Discussed on Self Love Revolution Podcast

"There. Every whoever that person that influence you just reach out out to them it could be twenty s. I just reach out to my english english teacher from thirty years ago. Whatever and came up in another discussion. I was in about you. Know some of that had an influence on you And so i just. I got. I had his email address Through someone else and so emailed them. I said here's what came up. And thanks what he did for me. Thirty years ago N es in a different world now but so grateful. Aren't you grateful when someone reaches out to you out of the blue and says while you had a great impact. Yeah most definitely i. I should do the dates to people. I just realistic people that i was really thankful for understanding message is on cassettes thank you you in. Patching is which is quite unusual. It's every it. But i do. This should days ago. That's crazy thing anyway. I think we've got track from the you. But i tend to do that sometimes so i i like to ask people this if you could interview yourself. What's a question that i have not asked you that that you you. You wish jumped. Why didn't you ask me this question. What's the question that i haven't asked you that. You want to answer over. Put.

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