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'Disturbing': Experts troubled by Canada’s euthanasia laws

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 hrs ago

'Disturbing': Experts troubled by Canada’s euthanasia laws

"Experts see Canada's euthanasia laws as a threat to the disabled Alan Nichols had a history of depression and other medical issues but none were life threatening The 61 year old Canadian was hospitalized in 2019 over fears he might be suicidal He felt that he was more of a nuisance to the staff there and that he was just easier just to go And not be a bother to anybody His daughter Aaron Smith says within a month nickel submitted a request to be euthanized and he was killed Only one health condition was listed as a reason for his request to die hearing loss Canada arguably has the world's most permissive euthanasia rules Family physician DACA Ramona coelho says death is being offered as a way out The system is being applied so liberally and so easily in such a short time period that people are dying who would have recovered with greater care and resources to live Canada is set to expand euthanasia access next year I'm Ed Donahue

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Big Mac is coming back: McDonald's to reopen in Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 hrs ago

Big Mac is coming back: McDonald's to reopen in Ukraine

"The Big Mac is coming back McDonald's is reopening in Ukraine McDonald's will open the doors to some of its restaurants in Ukraine in the coming months a symbol of the war torn country's return to some sense of normalcy and a show of support after the American fast food chain pulled out of Russia The burger giant close its restaurants in Ukraine after Russia's invasion nearly 6 months ago but has continued to pay more than 10,000 McDonald's employees in the country The Ukrainian economy has been severely damaged by the war and restarting businesses even in a limited capacity helps I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Firefighters combat major wildfire in southwestern France

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 hrs ago

Firefighters combat major wildfire in southwestern France

"Emergency workers are combating a major wildfire while in many other areas in France severe drought haunts the land More than 1000 firefighters are struggling to contain a major wildfire in southwestern France a region that was already ravaged by flames last month temperatures are expected to reach 104°F on Thursday there Meanwhile in the small village of looks in burgundy assignment mentioning bathing is prohibited still stands above the empty teal river bed Yes it's dramatic because what can we do Nothing says the local environment federation's president champier saint vico we're waiting hoping for storms with rain France like many other European countries is going through an unprecedented drought affecting key economic sectors especially the farming industry I'm Charles De Ledesma

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 US unemployment claims rise by 14,000 to 262,000

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 4 hrs ago

US unemployment claims rise by 14,000 to 262,000

"Unemployment claims rose again last week to the highest level since November There were 262,000 claims last week up 14,000 the 5th increase in 6 weeks jobless benefit claims are often seen as an early sign of where the jobs market is heading for now it's showing signs of strength Employers added 528,000 jobs last month the unemployment rate is three and a half percent tying

Gas prices dip just below $4 for the first time in 5 months

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 6 hrs ago

Gas prices dip just below $4 for the first time in 5 months

"Gas prices are falling at the pump just in time for that last surge of vacation travel before kids head back to school Triple-A says the national average for a gallon of regular gas has fallen to $3 and 99 cents and the shopping app gas buddy cited an average of three 98 That's down more than a dollar from mid June and the first time it's gone below $4 in 5 months motorists in some western states are still paying more Oil prices have dropped on concerns about slowing economic growth around the world and the U.S. benchmark for crude oil recently dipped close to $90 a barrel Republicans are blaming President Biden for high gas prices while Biden has been sparring with oil companies accusing them of posting huge profits while not producing as much oil and gas as they could be Jennifer King Washington

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Russia struggles to replenish its troops in Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 8 hrs ago

Russia struggles to replenish its troops in Ukraine

"Russia's struggling to replenish troop numbers in Ukraine The prisoners at a penal colony in St. Petersburg were expecting a visit by officials instead men in uniform arrived and offered them an Amnesty if they agreed to fight alongside the Russian army in Ukraine as Russia continues to suffer losses in its invasion now nearing its 6 month the Kremlin has refused to announce a full blown mobilization move that could be very unpopular for president Vladimir Putin Instead there's been a covert recruitment effort that includes using prisoners to make up the manpower shortage I'm Charles De Ledesma

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John Zmirak on the FBI's Bogus Excuse for Raiding Trump's Home

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:03 min | 12 hrs ago

John Zmirak on the FBI's Bogus Excuse for Raiding Trump's Home

"Hey John, what happened in Mar-a-Lago the other day for people who a little bit like me that aren't really clear on the details, I mean, but before I let you go, let me just let me say folks. It is an unprecedented moment in American history. We said that in the previous segment, I think ultimately it redounds to America's favor. This is an overreach of such staggering proportions that many people on the fence will be pushed off the fence in the right direction because this is such a high handed, despicable, nakedly partisan thing that they have done. But John, do you know the pretext? Do you know why they did this? Talk about this. The FBI apparently the national archives sent Trump a bunch of boxes of documents a few months ago. And now they want them back. That's it. Okay, so that's what they're saying. Yes. So they're saying this is why the FBI raided his private home. Oh, and let me point out in case you didn't know this, folks. Donald Trump was the president of the United States. He was elected president of the United States of America like George Washington and Woodrow Wilson. So it's not just the home of somebody with documents. It's not the home of some bum lawyer or whoever else no, it's the president of the United States. So you're telling me, John, that they said that this is what they have said publicly that they needed these documents. And so what he refused to give them up or what? Why would they break into his home? This was the pretext, the pretext was that he wasn't sending the documents back soon enough. It was just a pretext. I mean, they were going through Melania's clothes closet. I guess maybe they thought secret documents were stuffed in her underwear drawer.

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The Price of Goods Continue to Rise Year-Over-Year

Mark Levin

01:40 min | 18 hrs ago

The Price of Goods Continue to Rise Year-Over-Year

"The price of eggs year to year is going up 38% The price of butter and margarine year to year has gone up 26.4% The price of coffee is going up 20.3% The price of poultry has gone up 16.6% Snacks have gone up 16.5% Milk 15.6% double digit inflation All across every food category Bread 13.7% up Fruits and vegetables up 9.3% Beef and veal up 3.4% I don't know where they're getting their beef and veal All food all told up almost 11% year to year And Biden's out there saying 0% inflation 0% inflation It's outrageous And the wrap month to month if you want to look at that 1.1% In the meteor there supporting them over on inflation dropped to 8 and a half percent annually 8 and a half percent annually Dropped that just means it's dropped from 9.1% So we're going from a 43 year high to 40 year high Do you feel relieved ladies and gentlemen

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How Much Trouble Is Joe Biden In? Chris Kohls Weighs In

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:27 min | 19 hrs ago

How Much Trouble Is Joe Biden In? Chris Kohls Weighs In

"You may not have worked in government, but you know what dang lot about communication and how to effectively communicate. It looks as if anybody in any kind of position of communications in The White House is jumping the ship from Kamala's speechwriter to Jen Psaki. Jen Psaki seems like such old history. It doesn't it? If I say gen so it feels like years ago that she was who is that? Yeah, who is that? What is going on as a professional communicator? And supplier of content, do you think they're just out of steam? Is it just changing of the God? How much trouble is bow jaiden in? No, jud. Yeah. When Korean John Pierre took the job, it was a bit shocking. I don't know if you remember the first month that she was there. Everybody just thought, what is going on? How can they have somebody who can't read? I mean, she was literally like, anytime anybody asks her a question, she'd flip to the page. Well, one second I just have to find my okay talking points. I will read them for you, and she would read them verbatim, whatever was written down for her. And she had trouble reading it. She can't actually read the notes, Chris. It's incredible to this day she can't read what's in the binder. I understand, look, look, guys, if you're a trucker, you work in construction, you don't have to read out loud as your job, that's not part of your job, okay? If you're not good at that, don't get a job in communication. Korean Jean Pierre goes into a job where, as press secretary, where she needs to read off her talking points and she can not. She's like a second grader learning to read out loud in front of the class and she's obviously like completely incompetent. I think has a lot to do with the diversity hire problem. On the left, there is this virtue signaling thing where they say, oh, you know, we can't have white men, right? We can't have men generally. We have to have women and preferably women of color and preferably preferably women of color who are lesbians and immigrants and all this kind of crap, you know, they got like this a couple of trans dudes in there. There's just peppering their whole administration with all of these diversity hires. And of course everything's going to fall apart. Of course

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'Self-professed' white supremacist gets jail for Jan. 6 riot

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 20 hrs ago

'Self-professed' white supremacist gets jail for Jan. 6 riot

"A man described by the FBI as a self professed white supremacist has been sentenced to four months of incarceration for his role in the capitol riot Prosecutors say Brian bettinger was on probation for a 2019 burglary conviction when he traveled from a Washington suburb and joined the mob that attacked the capitol on January 6th of last year a GPS enabled monitoring device Betancourt was wearing under the terms of his probation showed he spent roughly three hours in and around the capitol prosecutors say he climbed scaffolding before helping other rioters remove furniture from a conference room using pieces of the furniture as weapons and projectiles the Justice Department says Betancourt emphatically claimed the 2020 election was stolen and flashed a far right extremist okay hand sign as he left his interview with an FBI agent last month Ed Donahue Washington

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Lower prices offer Americans slight reprieve from inflation

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 23 hrs ago

Lower prices offer Americans slight reprieve from inflation

"President Biden is celebrating government figures showing Americans got a slight break from high inflation last month I just want to say a number Zero On a monthly basis consumer prices did not change from June to July It's a first after 25 straight months of increases We're seeing some signs that inflation may be getting to moderate Prices did jump 8 and a half percent last month compared to a year earlier That's down from the four decade high of 9.1% in June travelers felt much of the relief Hotel rooms plane tickets and car rentals all got cheaper last month but grocery prices rose 1.1% Bread prices were up 2.8% the most in more than two years

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Jury picked, evidence next in 2nd trial in Gov. Whitmer plot

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 d ago

Jury picked, evidence next in 2nd trial in Gov. Whitmer plot

"A second trial is underway for two men accused of conspiring to kidnap Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer A prosecutor told jurors Adam Fox and Barry Croft junior wanted to ignite a second American Revolution in 2020 The two men are on trial for a second time four months after a jury couldn't reach a unanimous verdict on them and acquitted two other men prosecutors again will present secretly recorded conversations and video text messages and social media posts to show that a band of rebels was serious about getting the democratic governor defense attorney Chris gibbons insist there was no real conspiracy and that Fox and craft were entrapped It's always been about shining as much light into that courtroom as you can about what happened in the summer of 2020 and the activities of the FBI and how they decided to pursue our clients Gibbons spoke outside court I'm Julie Walker

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Judge Jeanine Rages on 'The Five' Following FBI Trump Raid

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:53 min | 1 d ago

Judge Jeanine Rages on 'The Five' Following FBI Trump Raid

"There was a funny headline about judge jeanine losing it on the set of the 5 yesterday. The headline of things said she lost it over this and then she lost it over that. But we're all kind of losing it. We're all enraged that this is happening in America. Here was judge jeanine on the 5 on the Fox News channel. I've read all the reporting. I saw some reporting last week that said that there was this awful story, this ten year old little girl that was raped and was an incest case and you had attorney generals across the country and including in those two states and we don't know what this case is about. We think that Democrats have made it all up. Only to have to come back and recant. To find out when the facts came out. But we should wait for the facts to come out here. The president is presumed innocent. Until proven otherwise. And I agree with that. But your speculation, I just think I don't think it's speculation at all. You do not. You do not break into a house of a guy that you've been working with for 9 months that you have to admit has been cooperating with you for a presidential records. No. Can I ask you a question? No. I'm going to answer your question. Yes, ma'am. And you do not do that and have guys who are they are 15 and women I might add at the front of Mar-a-Lago in a situation like this where the man's about to announce for president if he's going to run for president. But if I were the lawyer, the first thing I'd say is, as a citizen of the United States, I want to know from the Department of Justice, why you're doing this. I want to know from the FBI, whether or not this is legitimate, because everything that you've done regarding Donald Trump has been illegal, illegitimate, and immoral in the country knows it, and you have destroyed our faith in the justice system. Just one question, George. And it's not Donald Trump. It's their fault. His lawyers have that search more. They could release it. And that government can answer the question.

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 US inflation slows from a 40-year peak but remains high

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 d ago

US inflation slows from a 40-year peak but remains high

"Falling gas prices in July gave Americans a slight break from surging inflation Consumer prices dropped 8 and a half percent last month compared with a year earlier according to a new report from the U.S. bureau of labor statistics that's down from 9.1% in June but essentially unchanged month to month inflation slowed in July it still remains near a 40 year high Gas airfares hotel rooms and used car prices fell while core prices that exclude food and energy rose 0.3% rent medical care and furniture are more expensive and the cost of groceries continues to surge Today's report raised hopes that a modest slowdown in inflation might enable the Federal Reserve to raise short term interest rates by less than had been anticipated when

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Ezra Miller's Tour of Terror Continues

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:17 min | 1 d ago

Ezra Miller's Tour of Terror Continues

"What's with the latest news on the flash actor Ezra Miller, this transgender superhero who goes by they them, but we don't use those pronouns on this show. We call a man a he and a woman is she. Period. Anyway, Ezra Miller is up Schitt's Creek again. His international tour of Terra includes allegations of grooming, abuse, assault, kidnapping, even running a cult, and now you can throw burglary on the list because Ezra has been accused of stealing bottles of booze from a house in Stanford, Vermont, way back in May. The homeowners weren't there at the time and they filed the police report against Ezra. And the other day, the police were able to find and serve Ezra with a citation to appear in court next month. Yes, cops were able to find him because he's been hiding out from authorities trying to find him. And all police did was hand him a citation instead of, I don't know, putting a stop to this violent madness by, you know, dropping a locked cage of this guy's ass and losing the key? Come on. Law enforcement?

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Mykolaiv residents emerge after 54-hour curfew

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 1 d ago

Mykolaiv residents emerge after 54-hour curfew

"Residents of the southern Ukrainian city of Michael alive have emerged from a 54 hour curfew to queue for water and pick up food aid in a region has seen nearly daily bombardments from Russia Resident lud Myers started was forced from her village near Kirsten three months ago and has been living as an internally placed person in nearby Michael live since She tells the AP of course people are afraid Russia will advance even further to everyone's hoping that they will not reach us here and things will get better Her friend Natalya adds our village is occupied We want to be able to go there I want not only our village to be liberated but the whole of Ukraine Michael alive is less than 65 miles from cursing which came under Russian control early in the war and Ukrainian officials have vowed to retake it I'm Charles De Ledesma

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China's youth face bleak job market as COVID slows economy

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 1 d ago

China's youth face bleak job market as COVID slows economy

"China's current job drought echoes the struggle of young people worldwide to find work in depressed economies but is especially sensitive politically in a year when president Xi Jinping is expected to try to extend his time in power China's unusually severe approach towards COVID-19 with repeated lockdowns has kept case numbers low but a social cost has sworn the economy shrinking in the three months ending in June and consumer spending plunging the official unemployment rate in June for people age 16 to 24 was almost 20% compared with 5.5% for all ages and that's expected to rise once the latest jobless graduates are taken into account they often come from urban families who are the biggest winners for China's economic growth and important source of political support the ruling party needs them I am Charles De Ledesma

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'The Bodies of Others' Author Naomi Wolf on the War Against Humans

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:12 min | 1 d ago

'The Bodies of Others' Author Naomi Wolf on the War Against Humans

"Return with Naomi wolf, her brand new book, the bodies of others, the new authoritarians COVID-19 and the war against the human. Now, Naomi, when you say the war against the human, this is where I see this extraordinary convergence. I mean, because we're living in such bizarre times, but when you leap to this idea of the war against the human, you're positing humanity as a good thing. And you're saying that those on the other side, these authoritarians are somehow wittingly or unwittingly anti human. Just talk about that for a moment. Sure, and I have sadly a ton more evidence of their war on humanity since the time we last talked to Eric. It's truly terrifying. So in my book, I make the case that, as I mentioned, these bad guys, right? This loose alliance of the World Economic Forum, the Chinese Communist Party, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, governments, and big tech used the pandemic of the last two years and used medical or public health messaging as cover for the real intentions, which we're seeing play out now. They were pretty successful. Their real intentions were to dissolve human civilization and to weaken human beings. And to transfer assets and power and control from human beings as a group, but especially from the middle and working classes to them themselves. And they've been largely successful. Let's just take two examples. The lockdown directive, right? It didn't help the data and it didn't help in terms of stopping the spread. It totally helped in terms of crushing businesses that couldn't afford to stay closed for 6 months a year. Over a year, small businesses, mom and pop shops, small landlords, but Amazon is open, right? Etsy is open. So you saw these companies go up 20 to 25% market share. And people's people's habits completely changed.

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"this month" Discussed on How I Built It

How I Built It

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"this month" Discussed on How I Built It

"It's a solo episode today to round out the first half of twenty twenty one. I can't believe we are already halfway a little more than halfway. I guess now through twenty twenty one. But i generally take a monthlong break for the last two weeks of june and the first two weeks of july. So this'll be the last episode for about a month and when we come back. I'll be all refreshed so you can use that time to catch up on. Old episodes may be joined. The club and listen to the bonus episodes because members will still get their quarterly special at the end of this month and i'll be live streaming and things like that but this'll be the last episode for a couple of weeks a few weeks And so i wanted to do a check in now before we get to that check and i should tell you. Today's episode is brought to you by text expanded restrict condom pro and the events calendar. You'll hear about them a little later. So so a while back when i first launched this membership in january actually I published an episode about my failed peachy on experiment and why that didn't work all the reasons. I thought that didn't work. A link in the show notes over at how a built dot it slash two four. So i've got six months under my belt. And and i think i'm a pretty good groove for the membership and i'm thinking about ways to grow and things like that. I want to do a quick check in. So we'll talk here about a few things starting with the launch and how it went so I did this kind of rushed and to be honest. I i at this point. I can't remember why if it was just that i wanted to launch at the beginning of the year. I think it was that i was starting to do. Bonus episodes and i knew if i didn't start releasing them fall behind like actually do have a few bonus conversations i haven't released yet and maybe that will be. Maybe they'll be another thing. I do for members over this break right to give them some extra content You know i have a conversation with david. Sparkes about star wars and An a couple of other kind of side conversations. Actually i basically recorded an entire full episode as a bonus with brian. Cross guard about gear. And we got to catch up with that. So you know those will be things. I can release to the membership. But i did it kind of quickly. Oh you know. I i remember why now It's because i publicly mentioned it on a couple of other podcasts. That i was going to be on as well as i think. One of these episodes so i kind of publicly committed to launch date of sometime in early january and i started preparing for that and so i wanted to get the memberships launched before that episode went live because my call to action to check out the membership and i didn't want there to be nothing to check out So the way. I the way i did. It was i kind of bolted. It on to the current how built it website using restrict content pro their sponsor. You'll hear about them a little later Using restrict content pro as well as the private feeds from casto's and as a member. You'll you'll be able to see a. I'm working on like a walk through video for members of the website. And kind of how. I put it altogether but i used research content pro- There's another plug in uncanny. Automated that add some Some automation aspects to restrict content pro. 'cause our c. p. does not have their immigration yet and zappia integration is kind of the lynch pin of everything So when someone becomes a member. I use uncanny automated to send that request to send information to a web hook essentially With the name and email address and from there they get access to a private feed on casto's which can then revoke if they ever churned the they get and then they also get an invite to the circle community. And i'll talk about the community and a little bit but i did it pretty quickly like a weekend and the first iteration like the first automation didn't work and actually a couple of people did sign up on that first day. Shutout kate in amber members builders kate amber thanks so much for supporting the show And the membership from the very beginning And so aside from you know a couple of little hiccups here and there that really. I rolled this out over weekend. So i shot a first of all shot to wordpress dog them a lot. A dog the the platform sometimes And some of the decisions over on wbz review. But i wouldn't be where. I am today without wordpress and i say that a lot too. So shut up toward pressing shirt content pro for making the super easy shot to the casto's team For a rolling up private feeds because of that made one aspect of this a lot easier. I don't know if owed have been able to use their shirts content pro. Or i certainly wouldn't have been able to do it as cleanly as i am today so You know shout out to them for making the launch easier and so once i launched. I was kind of promoting. It mentioned it here and they're tweeting about it But i wanted so first of all. I wanted to make sure first of all that i can kind of do organically And so i guess let's actually before we get into growing kind of what i'm doing to grow the audience. Let's take our first.

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"this month" Discussed on Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired

Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"this month" Discussed on Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired

"Which is we've got a budget but we can sit down and go. Hey we need to get a whole new living room set because the dogs of ruined it and so we're going to save up for them to that intention -ality still. The budget sounded like that might happen. Ah you nail that. We had to do that. recently 'cause the doodles of big dogs become a big dog problems but anyway the point is is that i really liked that differentiation. There that you have of laid out. That's that's really the tone you go from intensity to okay and how we can be intentional and still enjoy life. oh and i had one more thing to it. It doesn't have to be all or nothing in a month. I mean it doesn't have to be split down the middle of the month. You could say this month. We're going to spend it all right. We're gonna put it all on the mortgage. That's that's exactly right you can. You can go back and forth a little bit are. We're going for two months. We're gonna set it all to by this furniture and then for the next two months. We're gonna do the mortgage. I don't care how you do it but some of each needs to occur yeah. I really liked that that. That's a really great breakdown of how you do that. And it allows people to breathe. But you know there's something about the human spirit dave when they get all intents hard to turn net down especially those nerds me right. Yeah i mean we're so task oriented and man who that's what her husband's doing jennifer's in sacramento jennifer. How are you hi. i'm doing good. How are you better than i deserve. What's up well. I am Trying to figure out what. I should do my extra funds that i have. I currently have a ps cow. It's about one hundred and fifty six thousand dollars and I have Some of the half of the funds In bonn four thousand. Yeah i know but the other half is in see fine. It's about seventy two thousand. And i currently do about twenty percent of my check into my peers. But i'm thinking..

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"this month" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"this month" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

"Welcome back to the twelve months of thrift ing challenge. I'm dina i'm shannon this month. Prompt is one of my all time. Favorites wall art. Is this one of your favorites to shannon it. Is i love this one. You never know what you're gonna find out their thrift ing wall. Art is a true thrift adventure. Would you agree a hundred percent always when i was preparing for this episode. I was looking around my house and nearly all of my artwork has come from goodwill. You're the best person the spot good artwork at goodwill you find me more than i find myself for sure. I think that i forget to like really look at it. I think sometimes it looks okay at the store but not good enough to calm but then when you get it home. It's like a different environment and it changes your perspective. Like i feel like you're really good at knowing where something could fit in your house where i don't think i have that expertise That's interesting thrifty. Wall art adds so much character to your home. I really enjoy the thrill of hunting for the perfect peace for my home and if wall. Art is not one of your go-to departments when you're thrift. Ding now is the perfect time to start. Including it into your thrift rounds. It is definitely one of the that i go every time i'm at the store. It's such an easy department to browse you know. We talked about several other departments. That you can kind of knock out and five minutes or so and wall. Art is definitely one of those their you. They're usually not huge areas at thrift. Stores the only annoying part is like when they have them in big huge boxes and you have to move the big heavy ones. That's not my favorite part but for the most part they're usually just kind of propped up against the wall and you can pretty much see everything so it's a great way to ease into thrift ing and it's one that you can quickly browse when you don't have a lot of time like you always find nice big while our information for the most part. I find like kind of things which you have to like. Move everything around a little bit. It's definitely a treasure hunt but it just depends on what store. You're at If you have to move look behind different things. People have moved things around or whatever. But it's definitely worth the time like literally five minutes and you could find something truly beautiful. Yeah and i think if you are being intentional about art maybe you're redecorating. Or you're trying to fill space in your house or something like that. Make sure to add this department to your thrift. Route every time and at thrift store. Because that's how you're really gonna find the good stuff so we're gonna talk about some of our favorite tips on how to find the best while art where to find it how to be prepared all of that stuff but before we get started. Do you have any favorite pieces that you thrift it. Does it have to be walmart from thrift store. Where else would it be from. My favorite piece i ever found was sitting in front of a trash can..

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"this month" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"this month" Discussed on PRI's The World

"New neutral salonpas participation or our only weapon to protect us more says. According to france's national ombudsman black and arab men in particular are twenty times. More likely to be randomly stopped by the police. That's why his army who is of north african origin says. The police shouldn't be surprised if our first instinct is to start filming them when they approach us. We are afraid but many police say they're afraid to tensions between officers and people. Living in france is working class immigrant. Suburbs are at an all time high. Both sides say they need more support last week. Thousands of police gathered in front of the national assembly calling for protection after the death of two officers in the last month according to francis interior ministry be number of police officers injured on duty has nearly doubled in the last fifteen years. More than six thousand were injured in two thousand nineteen alone. The push engineer. John cleese stealth cuvee is a spokesperson for france's largest police union. He says the state should do more to focus on building bridges between officers and young kids. Something that's been cast aside over. The years wrongly is pretty good giving something we could experience. He says for a long time police officers used to organize soccer matches with kids but when nicolas sarkozy became president. Two thousand seven. He overhauled the system entirely arguing. Police should be less focused on soccer matches and more focused on law and order today. Cuvee says he can understand certain criticisms of policing tactics but sharing videos on social media like shaheen hassam does can put officers endanger what he may next. Police milo accounts receipt. I have no problem with someone filming. Police intervention gone wrong. Groovy says when you share the face of an officer on social media people go after them. My colleagues have received death threats. There's something to be afraid of-of last year. Lawmakers presented a bill. That would require anyone. Sharing videos of police on social media to blur out their faces in order to protect the officers identities later this month. The bill was ruled unconstitutional of omen of recession. Locked into a correctable. Shaheen has army says if police officer has behaved better than maybe they wouldn't be so worried about whether their faces are blurred or not then he says perhaps then we wouldn't have to film them and denounce the racism and aggressive tactics. The police union insists his stomach. Racism isn't an issue in the force differences aside police and citizens say it's the government that's failing them and they both agree that needs to change for the world. I'm rebecca.

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"this month" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"this month" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"Understandable that there would be conditions associated with body size. That would keep us from being able to have body neutrality. And what we want to work on with you guys in hop you guys untangled this month is that is that you don't have to. We can be quote unquote decide to be the nonconformists or we can commit are lies to try to conform to this and quite frankly we want to build a community of nonconformist and we want to give you permission to not have to conform to that in to break down those barriers in breakdown those beliefs that we have because they were made up. Beliefs are made up. Believes that we don't have to carry around with us anymore and so this month is really all about breaking that down. Okay so we also wanted to talk more about health in today's conversation so a big part of what we're going to be doing this month and this is our set. The scene right is to bring on different guests so we can start to detangle the attachment that most people have between weight and health and how these drive our body image. So set the scene right. Put yourself in these in this brainwave. So if and when we believe that health has a size or a certain body shape or you know a look and we believe that we should do something to try and attain that look or that is because of diet culture right which is the same industry that makes us want to attempt to conform to that certain size right they also then provide us with the solution so they are creating the problem and they're creating the solution and they make money off of it and they have created the insecurities that are now implanted in our brains right so this is like a whole cluster of a really unethical just like inappropriate and other a man right yes exactly and so this the reason we wanted to.

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"this month" Discussed on Protrusive Dental Podcast

Protrusive Dental Podcast

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"this month" Discussed on Protrusive Dental Podcast

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"this month" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"this month" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

"Says the one valley shit our debit starry. Why a card. We promised to keep you up to date and we stick to agri use. Keep there's still an investigate his comedy ongoing this month. Chancellor merkel's hatch here in front of investigate competition We didn't gain any new insights. Y'all the g love full white in her china trump about Coking their books. At this time. I actually in our inbox finch cabinets pace up wire caused a pack assets. Meaning asia-pacific chris you wanna take birds. I've your what is your. I will i will. I will move on from here. But what is your impression as of now of the political discussion of the wire card case you think it will have implications so looking forward to the election or is it just something where people think well. Companies companies politicians politicians. It is what it is and also really complicated. And personal opinion it will be totally overshadowed by corona komitch the vaccination lockdowns and all that stuff because it hashes way more allies normal. People don't wear caught you though after kobe Through and we had election for lighter belief. It's towards september Maybe some new legislation do wildcard. We'll be popping up but that will be most likely something that becomes law and exterior salma next year full so about being egidius right out and could not like anyone stepping into that country jimmy studying into any traps during dangerous to homage from what i've seen so far. Yeah yeah okay then moving on from the companies and taking a look at the bigger picture as you said like the ecosystem so we already had news in our show. That largest fintechs are raising more money than the others now. We have confirmation that this helped. True twenty twenty for all german up as well so the top one hundred tech startups in germany raised in twenty twenty more money than the year defoe before despite covert and all the discussions trends are still stable and strong another huge topic of the past couple of weeks..

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"this month" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"this month" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"And so all these things should work in tandem. You start out trying to solve some problem. You talk to some customers so and then you make some solution now. Then you'll find out all right this dilution Doesn't actually solve the problem like we thought it does. So then you change the solution and then you might go a little further and say well. It turns out doesn't matter what the solution is. This problem isn't worth solving. So you realize how the real problem we're solving is not expert. Why so once you figure that out you might change the solution again but then all of a sudden you've changed your problem and you realize customers you're are looking at before no longer have that problem. Therefore they don't need the solution and so what real iteration should be is making sure the problem solution and the customer. Who has the problem in. Needs the solution. All lineup what we tend to find especially in startup world for people who know what they're supposed to say but Failed to execute. Is they come up with some product and they iterative feature over feature over feature and disillusion doesn't work. Let me come up with a new solution. That solution doesn't work. Let me come up with another solution. And maybe they'll change their customer but they rarely actually focus on what problem they're solving and they never get that problem solution customer. Who has the problem in needs. The solution is that does that. Explain that better. yeah absolutely will. Yeah i think the code school is just such a great idea. I could we see the same problem in blockchain because it's such a new technology that there just isn't enough developers and so are we see really smart business students with great ideas that don't know where to start as far as the tax so i think that's at least we're trying to do on the moscow university side with our new startups launching. This month is to kind of upscale. These founders in and give them some education behind blockchain technology. Let them take some office hours with our with our cto and and and kind of follow that model so so definitely think. That's a great idea. Yeah so i think that Blockchain is without a doubt sort of the it will solve some it could solve some amazing things but it's been so glorified that everyone thinks it's a solution to everything and the truth. My sort of rule of thumb is if something can be handled on a serving. doesn't need the blockchain. it should be now. There are some really cool applications that that could arise as a result of blockchain That that i think are interesting. The one that i think is most interesting impacts..

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"this month" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"this month" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

"Find a light bulb somewhere goodwill like something might have light bulb and it like if you're there and you're just randomly finding a lamp can probably pull a buffet somewhere else and stick it in there. You were totally. I don't think that's an over the top tip especially if you are intentionally looking for a lamp like yeah like all right this month. I have a lamp on my thrift. Wishlist leave light bulb in my car. I asked people on instagram. To send in their favorite Lamp thrifty tips. This was like the number one thing we heard. I heard an over and over again honestly measuring tapes should be in your in your car at all time. If you're a thrift. Oh i think just like growing up. My grandma always had a little measuring tape in her purse. Like just one of those little one. Yeah yeah always. And she'd measure it and write it down and come home and talk to my grandpa about whatever they were she was trying to buy. Oh my gosh always you. In addition to that you can also upcycle lampshades like if you go on pinterest there so many cute ideas that you can create and diy to match your design style pompoms rainbows all sorts of stuff. I know a lot of new thrift stores might be like. Oh that's a disgusting lamp shade. Don't let that deter. You have you ever. Diy a lamp shade. I think i have shannon. When i lived in that apartment by myself knows crafting all the time. Yes i have. I have a vague memory of doing something. But i can't exactly pinpoint what i did. I mean every time. I went to that house. She were painting something. Maybe maybe a spray painting era but the pom-poms is really cute so she feel like a kid's room hot glue really cute pompoms because you can get those it hagit for like fifty dollars. Those lamps thrift allure like five dollars and then put some pompoms on. It does obviously be careful. And you don't burn the house down at cetera et cetera. But yeah that's a great idea. I'm thinking like. I was thinking like how they hang on the shave thing. You mean like multicolored arou- shades yell my national shade. Yeah here lining up for you to show you. Oh i need that my life. that's so cute. See this is my problem. Where the heck am i gonna put that in a oh. that's classy. Look in ninety dollars from anthropology of here. No not hundred and seventy six dollars okay. I'm gonna start an se business right now. Is this kind of gathering mason jar thing. Yup i'm gonna go by drifted lambs quick pom poms on the shades all. Mg look at these. I love the look at this home. My god look at this target one. A that's the one i. That's what i was thinking multi-color we need that for janin's room one hundred percent. That is perfect for her rainbow room. You do you already have pompoms. I feel like you do. I have a blue aisher. Do i have a glue gun. And let's get this done. I have glued onto oh dot. We'll get this done so fast to glue guns and a lamp. You know many lamp bases. I have like ready to go. Oh yes i had no idea there. Were slake classy and q. In were gi like everything. Wow okay this is giving me pumps and ana end up with like a bunch of lamps at my house in brian's.

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"this month" Discussed on Banking Transformed with Jim Marous

Banking Transformed with Jim Marous

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"this month" Discussed on Banking Transformed with Jim Marous

"Role is the ultimate objective to empower all employees with some view of the customer. That them to improve the country from at what channel the consumer takes so a couple of things. I if you need another card apply for you'll find the processes is at least as good in simple and amazing because i had the opportunity to work on that so i think it'd be quite impressed. The other thing. I would say relative to the data is important to not only have good access to the data. It's also important to make sure that the data you have is good in what i mean by that. Is you know there are many different information. Sources are places where data gets combined up so the data hygiene is a big deal. We've been investing spending quite a bit of time on the data infrastructure. So this is not a new topic for us to be sure in part of how we were able to do the work that we did with the account. Application process in the other piece is by having that in a really good foundation but the other thing then is being able to have visibility or at least knowledge in incapability of data across channels. And so you know. An example is this isn't the that a human would know this necessarily. But i'll get to where they could but if you're looking at our products online and you begin to apply for example but then you to your point about abandoned. Let's say you stop or union interrupted. We have the ability to remind you that you were doing that. You're next experience without any even. Take you back to where you were right. And so this is like marketing re targeting but also being able to add that personalization and be able to add that experience flow. So that if you get interrupted because he didn't want the thing anymore you just you know we're gonna come back to it. You don't have to start all over again. So that's an example. But the other part is you know our bankers have visibility to if you've been looking at mortgage products and you talked to a banker about mortgage. They know that you've been looking at the mortgage products which sounds creepy but the reality is it's actually very helpful because i don't have to offer you things you're not interested identify. No you're interested in a mortgage and then we can have a conversation about you know the house that you're thinking about or the remodel that you're thinking about doing or rely so really key one of the big things that we've spent time and energy on jim also related. The data is then. How do we take that data and make it useful for customers. And so we've been doing this through personalized insights with that are online and mobile experience in insights. Are things like now. We saw a charge from a something that looks like a subscription. Did you intend to renew that. Subscription would be an example of an insight that then will allow the customer to potentially save money like a lot of people forget that they subscribe to things or that the trial period extended than the charged for this thing that they didn't intend to cause folks try things and they don't intend to subscribe but then they get charged so we tell them when that happens in real time we also look at their spending behavior and we are able to tell them if they've got a goal. Let's just say you've got a goal for college savings and you're spending less money this month than you have in the past will actually tell you can safely save some incremental money against that college savings plan.

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"this month" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"this month" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

"Low and welcome everybody this joe from celebrated oh again with this month in german startups joined by chris from new york. How you doing man. I'm very good freshly vaccinated. Awesome to hear. We have some this month in german startups for you coming to you with a march twenty twenty one news welcome to this month in german startups by sta though in transatlantic news recording with chris in new york city and mead joe from frankfurt am mine. Today we are wrapping up much twenty. Twenty one for you. We talk about australia's first unicorn. Bid panda and sumba attempt yesterday. Rocket internet zander's at a german tesla specs indoor fawning open positions at twenty six. And much. more you can now full of us all of our social media channels our podcasts as well as our internet radio station plus our newly approved alexa skill with a link tree..

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"this month" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"this month" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

"Welcome back everyone. I'm dina. I'm shannon welcome to the third prompt of the twelve months a thrifty challenge last month. We talked all about thrifty vases and this month it is glassware and mugs so this is kind of like a part one ish of this team. We have this first episode where we wanted to kinda share our tips and our inspiration and then we have an interview coming up. We've mentioned it several times with Jualita who run something called picnic for all seasons and she's an avid housewares. Glassware mugs thriftier. So you'll hear how she put that into practice but today shannon. Let's start with one guy. Should people consider thrift ing glassware and mugs. Why not oh my gosh. It's like the easiest thing that thrift. It's so much fun. You never know what you're gonna find you find the flunkeyist cool old fashioned kind of things or quirky mugs are just so easy and glassware to last verse so easy and like why pay full price. Yeah totally. I was at goodwill in lake more. Yesterday we had a thrift meet up for the v. I t. club. Wait until. I show you this video. I'm gonna post it on the first day of the challenge. I mean my jaw dropped it. Will i ll their glassware. I'll from start to finish glasses. Glasses glasses stemware mugs glasses and it was just like this sea of glass and mike. They are the best. I have found the coolest like vintage stuff there like it. They have just milk glass. And you just everything you could think of that is trendy or trendy for you like just so much stuff there so much and from like all of the cool things that you can find and the old fashioned and the quirky and the new. It was just like why wouldn't you. There's so much to go around. And they're usually like fifty cents a piece. Yes it had been a while since i've seen that much in one aisle 'cause sometimes be like gaps. And then they must have just like restocked. It was like back back. And i took this video because i'm like if there's ever reason why you should consider thrift in glassware. This is it there and this is just one aisle in one store seriously. Like if you could go buy a set of something for like five bucks instead of sixty bucks why nine or even like twenty four.

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"this month" Discussed on Chasing Elephants Audio Podcast

Chasing Elephants Audio Podcast

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"this month" Discussed on Chasing Elephants Audio Podcast

"You brought up the theme because one of the things that again i think there are negatives positives decision media but i think right now just being able to uplift and show and see more. I'm able to learn a lot more just within these this month of being able to see who i follow Who choose to follow. Who i choose to listen from and just some incredible leaders who are opening up the conversation and specifically within this month that might not do that previously throughout the year. And so i think so. So important to I just wanted to encourage our listeners to of seeing here following and if you are on social media and you do partake in that especially not just within this month but then throughout the rest of the year using this month because a lot of platforms are elevated. That might not normally have been before of in these conversations to pay attention to that To see here listening to to follow us a new people To listen simpson to some new ideas and learn some new things that you might not have before But again this month is i think that is just an amazing positive thing about what. This month brings Again so thank you for that. And i did not know about Just the reason specifically within february. That is real cool. I mean again what you said earlier about that made sense out of y'all why is it. Porta was that was and united while taylor. What was so funny. Is you know when i discovered this was after. This is gonna be funny to your lessons. It was after my my senior high school. So i was s j. President of my high school was first african. American s j president mahasamund our ads and so that was cool and so we celebrated black history month for three months. We we.

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"this month" Discussed on Chasing Elephants Audio Podcast

Chasing Elephants Audio Podcast

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"this month" Discussed on Chasing Elephants Audio Podcast

"Great leader start. Ross from heart. Great leaders rise above mediocrity. We're gonna push ourselves out of our conference zone. We want to leave a legacy and not live in a spirit of mediocrity. Wanna really go. Mb change welcome back to the chasing elephants. Podcast if life is a journey we want to help you wonder. Well if life is a story we want to help you tell a good one and thanks again for joining us. This is designed to be a weekly conversation where we've come in and talk about life events leadership Things brandt and i might be learning at the time and wanted to share But this week actually. Brandt can be on in so we have the eighteen coming in with jeff wallace so he and i are co host. Today i am so excited to have a jeff again on the podcast This week what we're doing and really this month is we are kicking off at just two series that we want to do on this podcast on the chasing elephants podcast Of just to kick off a black history month. And so jeff and i are so excited to have this conversation today as we are going to walk through a little bit of history of black history month in what we can learn Then just also talking about some historical leaders in figures that have really truly impacted our culture in society and Just justin takeaways of the we can learn from their leadership that i believe in jeff leave or just so important to know as we are continuing to develop a just in learning in our leadership and so again so excited about this conversation. I think one thing that i wanna know before. I just kick it off to you just to start but is that live seeing right now at least on social media or just in my world what some of my friends even talking about In you might have seen it to just probably bet. Just how this is this a month. Where yes we can celebrate and highlight dissimilar. Incredible historical leaders have been In walked in our culture and society but then also remembering that. This is such a larger conversation where we need to into this month of yes celebration then remembering that there is still so much to learn and to make note of and we still have so far to go and side wanna remind just myself and just listeners. Who are listening that. This is such a greater conversation. And it's not just you know where we highlight just in february. But this should be something that yes we celebrate. Yes we learn from and the within this month but then also we are reminded that they are still so much room to go And grow from. And so. But jeff i want you kind of to kick off this episode just kickoff black history month with the history and we have done an episode last february With again we were highlighting some amazing historical leaders and we also had talked a little bit about the history. So if you have not listened to that if you're listening and have not listened to that one. I encourage you to go back to last february. Twenty twenty and listen to that but then and we had jeff on but then also Jeff i know that you when we were talking beforehand had some really cool facts and just some interesting things to bring to the table for Just the history of why we celebrate this and why we have this month every february. So i'll stop talking. You go you take.

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"this month" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"this month" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

"Focused on drifting storage solutions for our homes and this month were fifty. Vases you know how. I feel about vases So fun. they're so easy to. They're so easy to find what i thought was like do even have enough to talk about and then the more thought about it like we do yet are so much. Gosh so i think the first thing we would say is why through vases because you think about it and i guess it's like one of those things that we always thrift but we don't realize that we are recycling basis was one of the sustainable things that you can do for your home. Places like goodwill akron can carry a huge variety of vases in all shapes colors sizes textures. Whatever your style is. I'm sure you'll find it. Yeah it is kind of like storage solutions in a way where you're like i don't really think about it. I don't feel like that excited when i buy vases like the average person right. There's a lot to cover. There are a lot of fun ideas fun options and like to your point. About why thrift. Vases i feel like vases. Or one of those things relate if we could stop producing them new. I think we'll be fine till the end of time. A hundred percent agree the first thing. I thought this whole thing should be called is how to save you ten dollars i mean oh my god anytime. You walk into a thrift store. You can find a vase and there are a lot of things that we talk about on the podcast room like thrift store staple right like you can go and you'll almost always find a denim jacket right but this is one of those things where i'm like. No no for real for real. You find vase no question. Maybe find a denim jacket but it might not be in your size but you will find vase. There's so much yes so many cool looking one small ones big ones like anything that you like. See on your pinchers board. You're gonna find it at the thrift store so if you're thinking that we only vases for flowers you're in for tree..

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"this month" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"this month" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Are in the vino our. We're here today on this somewhere. Mile saturday maternal to my co host was going on what you meant now much going man has been a long two or three months law. I mean we've just gotten it's like we just got into this month. Almost over disallow going.

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"this month" Discussed on This Humean Life

This Humean Life

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"this month" Discussed on This Humean Life

"I'm not okay thing and it's an even. What's the phrase. It's okay not to be k which is true. But i think it's taken too much think it's actually expressed too much for me. Why is it really okay. it's okay it's okay not to be ok but he choose not for me. Being a kai is just a step up from not being a guy and then the next step is being better. The next step is being good. The next step is being great. The next step is being really fucking happy and even happy but like content. Life is good and i will deal with everything. Life is perfect. I surrender trust and beauty and love. And so it's like not be ok but we move up. That's what for me. It's is the crucial bits about it. Going from tyrod. It's not okay. Okay we have to have people to go from. I'm tara person for that to no. It's all right. I'm not okay but not stay there. Everyone gets stuck on. I think think you're so thing which i hear is that it's like. It's it's katya kate. it's okay. It's not your in this month. Yeah it's the temporary state of being of being k..

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