35 Burst results for "This Summer"

Charlie Welcomes Dr. Scott Jenson, a Minnesota Gubernatorial Candidate

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:11 min | 8 hrs ago

Charlie Welcomes Dr. Scott Jenson, a Minnesota Gubernatorial Candidate

"Minnesota, great people. And I think I just don't think it gets the attention it deserves. It really, it's a beast of a state. It's a huge state. It's one of the nation's largest states and has really made a favorable phenomenal contribution, I should say, to America in more ways than one, some of America's great companies were founded by minnesotans, and it's just gone off the rails in recent years politically. Minnesota is very similar to other Midwest states where I believe it has been so just abused by corrupt politicians, Illinois is very similar, but I think that there's still a lot of opportunity and a lot of life left in Minnesota. The great state of Minnesota and joining us now is someone who's trying to turn the great state of Minnesota around, doctor Scott Jensen. You guys can check it out. Doctor Scott Jensen dot com running for governor in the great state of Minnesota, doctor Jensen, welcome to the program. Thank you, Charlie. It's good to be with you. Tell us about your campaign. You are 35 days out from election day. How are things going? Things are going well. I think that we've used the same polling company that Glenn youngkin had used. And I think we're even closer now than he was about a month away from the election. So we're very encouraged by that the last two polls have shown us about two and a half to three points down. We're within the margin of error RealClearPolitics has come out and said it's a toss up. Tim walz is involved in one of the largest COVID relief program frauds in the entire country. $250 million gone and the Tim walstein can't tell us when he learned about the fraud. They don't know if it was in the spring of 2020 this summer or November of 2020. Minnesotans are getting tired of his strategy. He seems to be following Joe Biden's playbook. He's hiding in the basement, denying the opportunity for a debate. Minnesota public radio came out yesterday and was disappointed. I think maybe perhaps those minister of public TV, but Tim walz has said, no, he won't do a debate with me on their program either. So we think that the momentum is definitely shipped that is coming our way and we're excited.

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Trish Is Calling Out the Democrats

The Trish Regan Show

01:41 min | 17 hrs ago

Trish Is Calling Out the Democrats

"Can't say we're going to pump $6 trillion in. Also, hey, a few more chilling and over here in a few more trillion over there. And some more stimulus relief checks and expect and expect that it's not going to have an inflationary effect. Unbelievable, highly irresponsible of all of these people, Larry summers came out with an op-ed. Maybe about a year ago in the Washington Post was highly criticized by his own party to the point where he had to go back and then write another one sort of explaining because people were so appalled. In other words, get with the program, buddy, it's all about printing more money and giving out more handouts. Handouts, which really don't work. For goodness sakes, we've got American struggling with prices at the gas pumps struggling to feed their families, and yet the answer is to send helicopter money to Vassar grads that are studying, I don't know, philosophy and all those great things. In other words, they have made so many mistakes. And they want to cover up these mistakes because all they care about is getting reelected. And this is what is so dangerous to our country right now. It needs to be more than just getting reelected. We're talking about people's futures. We're talking about countries future. We're talking about our economy, which is so fundamental to everything else that we do. And yet they're willing to be so irresponsible all in the name of hopefully getting elected again, which by the way will cost them the election. Because if we had had a growing economy in less inflation and low gas prices, guess what? They'd have a heck of a better shot going into November than they do right now.

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Investor Neil Grossman Reacts to Larry Summers' Latest Comments

The Trish Regan Show

01:57 min | 1 d ago

Investor Neil Grossman Reacts to Larry Summers' Latest Comments

"Interestingly enough, speaking of economists that tend to have political views, you've got Larry summers out there, and now I'm going to play for you some sound he's at it, Aspen, just a few days ago at the festival there. Basically saying, what the heck happened? We had it going well. And then this. Here he is. We basically had inflation under control for 40 years, despite the fact that the price of oil fluctuated despite the fact that there were all kinds of supply shocks. We lost the thread along with many other countries about a year and a half ago with massively expansionary policies. Okay, so there you go. It's what you're saying, right? They just spent too much money. They lost the friend in my view a lot longer ago than 18 months. This is interesting, explain, explain. Look, the Central Bank of the United States is not a Central Bank, or it wasn't, and it's coming back to maybe to home. But it became a central asset manager. The basic premise became making sure asset markets were supported and bailed out more than anything else. This fed and will even misses Yellen. If you went through a normal risk return analysis, you cut off half of the probability distribution that's wrong. You're always going to be right. You think. They didn't want to consider the consequences. And when you overlay reality in the probability distribution and have to acknowledge that there's a risk, you take policy action earlier to address those potential risks. You've got, you know what? I call it ostrich economics. They stuck their head in the ground. Prayed it would go away. And all it did was get worse and they kept, you know, they came up with acronym or added J after our transitory was just a bad answer. I know, but it was a big word, though. It sounded good.

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Dave Bratt Weighs in on Larry Summers' Latest Comments

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:55 min | 2 d ago

Dave Bratt Weighs in on Larry Summers' Latest Comments

"Out there called Larry summers who is rather outspoken when it comes to what's happened in the last year and a half in America and we have our eminence Greece when it comes to the national economy. He is the dean of the business school at Liberty University. Dave brat from a congressman from Virginia. I'd like you to react to this rather outspoken little clip from Larry summer, play cut. We basically had inflation under control for 40 years, despite the fact that the price of oil fluctuated despite the fact that there were all kinds of supply shocks. We lost the thread along with many other countries. About a year and a half ago with massively expansionary policies, relative to the size of the GDP gap, he's not backing down, Dave, I think he's going to be deported off Martha's Vineyard as well. So give us your reaction to that little clip. Yeah, well, he is a genius intellectually, right? Larry sorry, he's ahead of Harvard and the head of the World Bank for a while. All these kind of things. He's got the pedigree. He's got the brain. He can write the top journal articles and all that. But what's noticeably striking about that clip is that it's really the first time he mentioned the fiscal overreach on the stimulus. All these guys kind of wait until the obvious, right? So now the shoe has dropped. Markets are freaking out. England had Armageddon and would have had a sovereign debt crisis yesterday. If they wouldn't have weighed in on the long term, whatever they call them over there, bonds. The bonds. And so it's good he's saying it. The left still isn't saying it. He's

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Newsom relaxes refinery rules as California gas prices soar

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 d ago

Newsom relaxes refinery rules as California gas prices soar

"California's governor relaxes refinery rules to help with the state's soaring gas prices The average cost of a gallon of gas this weekend was $6 and 30 cents in California compare that to the national average which Triple H says is about $3 and 80 cents So California governor Gavin Newsom has announced that oil refineries could start selling more polluting winter blend gasoline ahead of schedule That of course directly contradicts his own goals for reducing climate emissions switching from the summer to winter blend would likely save consumers 15 to 20 cents per gallon that's according to a spokesman for the Southern California automobile club Gas prices in Los Angeles are close to breaking a record of $6 and 46 cents a gallon set this past June I'm Shelley Adler

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Tom Bevan Dissects the Latest Polls As the Races Get Closer

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:00 min | 4 d ago

Tom Bevan Dissects the Latest Polls As the Races Get Closer

"Favorite websites during election season. I must go to it 5 times a day is RealClearPolitics dot com. It's fair, it's transparent. They have all the latest polling all the latest trends and they have this great aggregation of articles on both sides where you can really kind of see where the zeitgeist is leaning. With us right now is the man behind RealClearPolitics, Tom Bevin, and Tom, please unmute yourself on the Zoom. That's what my team is telling us. And once you do that, whether they hear you, Tom, how are you doing? I'm great. Great to be with you, Charlie. I understand you recovered from COVID. I hope you're doing okay. I'm okay. Good. Back. So Tom, you and I have spent some time together hunting pheasants. That was a little while ago before the world totally fell apart. What do you see in some of the polling that you're aggregating on your great website RealClearPolitics dot com? Well, I think the probably the most interesting and relevant thing is the generic congressional ballot, right? That is how we get a sense of where the public is in terms of their feeling towards both parties. And it's the question that pollsters ask, you know, if the election were held today, would you vote for the Democrat or the Republican? And no names attached. And so, you know, we don't have any polling in a lot of these House races, right? So this will give you a sense of which way the electric is leaning. Now, Democrats had been trailing in this in the spring. They made a recovery, took a lead in the generic ballot over the summer, but just in the last round of polling. So in the last few days, the latest round of polling shows Republicans pulling back into a lead in the generic ballot by about a point. Now, why is that important? Democrats traditionally sort of underperform the generic ballot. They need to have a lead in the generic ballot. And the reason for that is because demographically all across the country, they're clustered in urban areas. They're not well dispersed as a party. And so these are all national polls. So, you know, they tend to underperform particularly in swing states swing districts. And so

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Poll: Midterm Momentum Shifts Back to GOP as Inflation Fears Grow

Mark Levin

01:33 min | 5 d ago

Poll: Midterm Momentum Shifts Back to GOP as Inflation Fears Grow

"And over at Yahoo news a pole midterm momentum shifts back to GOP as inflation fears grow I don't read you these so you become laxed we have to be on our toes and not on our heels and we have to act act As a backlash to the end of the roe V wade came to dominate U.S. politics this summer they write Paul after Paul showed the tide turning end Democrats favor Leading many to wonder whether president this is them writing it Biden's side might avoid the sort of sweeping midterm losses that typically befall the party in power But a new Yahoo you got polls suggest the winds may be shifting again And the Democrats would be wise not to ignore new signs of Republican momentum Particularly around the all important issue of inflation So here we have Yahoo news advising the Democrats Hey Democrats we just took a poll Might be shifting a little on the other direction It's time to lie again about inflation The survey of 1566 U.S. adults Which was conducted from September 23 to 27 found little movement In its top line midterm numbers when asked which candidate they would vote for in their district at the election were held today The generic congressional ballot question register voters now give the Democrats a four point advantage 45 41 To point narrow within three weeks ago

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The Left Hasn't Won Yet

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:59 min | 6 d ago

The Left Hasn't Won Yet

"Fires will be kindled to testify that two and two make four. Swords will be drawn to prove that leaves are green in summer. The time has arrived, we are ready. Thank you. Okay, that was the end great. That's it, Chesterton wrote that Justin was a prophet. That's exactly correct. Swords are drawn too into his foreman menstruate. Excuse me. Ben don't menstruate. See, swords will be drawn in order to protect the idea that leaves turn green in summer and that two and two is four. That's exactly the age in which we live. The Oregon education department said, in fact, that math is white supremacist. And insisting that there's one correct answer to a mathematical equation or problem. That's she knows what's happening. The left hasn't won yet.

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Bob Cesca on Republican Support for the Theft of National Secrets

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:59 min | 6 d ago

Bob Cesca on Republican Support for the Theft of National Secrets

"Couldn't wait to get you on today because of course Edward Snowden thing. I was just like, oh my God. Bob says, I tried to tell you how long you just said, right? Matt Gaetz said Joe Biden should pardon Snowden, and you said Republican support the theft and exposure of national security secrets. Period. Yeah. How long ago did we say this? Snowden is a traitor. 9 years. It's been 9 years. It'll be ten years coming up this coming up summer in June, I believe it is. When the first story Glenn greenwald dropped happened. And so this is not surprising to those of us who were following the story closely with a critical eye back in 2013 when especially and I wrote a piece about this back in 2013 about how as soon as Edward Snowden was shepherded from Hong Kong where he had a birthday party, a birthday pizza party at the Russian consulate, he was taken by WikiLeaks attorneys. Hi. See, all these names are so appropriate now. Have a new patina of weirdness about them after the last 5, 6 years. Yeah. And so he separated by WikiLeaks attorneys to Moscow, where, while camping out in the Moscow airport, he hires Russian attorney Anatolia. I think that's how you pronounce his last name. And anatoly kuchar Rena is a, or was a lawyer for the FSB for the Russian FSB. And those of us who have been falling from Russia all along what the very least watching the Rachel maddow show. We all know what the FSB is. The FSB is the modern day version of the KGB. Yeah. And one of their attorneys is the attorney who represented Edward Snowden in Moscow in 2013 when he was there in the airport. So this is no surprise to any of us that he is being offered Russian citizenship by Vladimir

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Do American Mayors Want More Migrants?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:20 min | 6 d ago

Do American Mayors Want More Migrants?

"There's a paragraph in your story. In some communities where jobs are going unfilled, people have welcomed the influx of migrants looking for work, which communities, Michael share. Well, I'll give you an example. I did a bunch of stories when the Afghan refugees came when the President Biden pulled out of Afghanistan pulled out of Kabul. I traveled to Fremont, California, which has a little community called little Afghan where lots of Afghan folks have resided for years. That's one place where everyone I talked to said, my God, we need these people because we can't hire restaurants or closing because they can't get enough workers to staff them. Fargo North Dakota is in other place where I almost went. I didn't have a chance to actually go, but talk to people in Fargo. This was last summer, so a year ago, but the look, the labor market is incredibly tight. That doesn't mean that it is the same everywhere across the country. But if you look at where the unemployment rate is and where help wanted ads are, I think it is fair to say that even in some Republican communities, even places with Republican mayors, they are desperate for workers.

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Consumers gaining confidence as gas prices slide

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Consumers gaining confidence as gas prices slide

"U.S. consumers are signaling growing confidence in the economy a day after a sell off on Wall Street put major indexes into a bear market the conference board's consumer confidence report for September suggests rising confidence for the second month in a row driven by falling gas prices and a strong labor market The index rose to 108 from one O 3.6 in August The back to back increases follow three months of declines as Americans felt the pinch of rising prices this summer but while inflation is still concerning triple-A reports the average price for a gallon of gas in the U.S. has fallen to $3 and 75 cents Lynn Franco senior director of economic indicators at the conference board says the improvement may bode well for consumer spending in the final months of 2022

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Jared Bernstein: Analysts Ignore the Restart of Student Loan Payments

Mark Levin

01:27 min | Last week

Jared Bernstein: Analysts Ignore the Restart of Student Loan Payments

"Take a listen to this cut 14 go It's been a brutal couple of weeks for the market obviously Awful inflation numbers Now the likelihood of a hard landing maybe even a global recession according to some The student loan forgiveness in the middle of all this adding hundreds of billions even a $1 trillion to the demand side Doesn't that make the fed's job even more difficult your allies Larry summers Jason Furman both warned that that's a problem The president once again bowing to the far left Does that justify increasing demand in making things worse right at this time Jared I know you know it's no way you can sell this to me with a straightforward Wait a second Let me try the following because this is a fact that I is not reflected in the rap you just gave me Did you ask And if you ask Jason and Larry about this I think they'll agree You should try and find out for yourself Okay The thing you left out was restart that is restarting student loan payments which of course have been in forbearance since the pandemic began That begins in January And if you actually look at the numbers month by month the amount of restart even with debt forgiveness basically offsets the amount Let me see if I can understand this This is the game You ready

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Bilawal Bhutto Zardari

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last week

Bilawal Bhutto Zardari

"Secretary of State Anthony blinken and his counterpart from Pakistan have discussed relations and recent devastating flooding I Norman hall Secretary of State Antony Blinken met at the State Department with his Pakistani counterpart billa wall Bhutto zadari besides 75 years of relations the two leaders also discussed cataclysmic flooding a third of Pakistan remains submerged from being inundated most of the summer We have experienced a climate catastrophe Of biblical apocalyptic proportions It rained and rained and rained and rained and rained from mid June Till the end of August secretary blinken says the U.S. immediate response so far tops $50 million and 17 plain loads of emergency supplies including food and tarps Norman hall Washington

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Sheriff Mark Lamb Describes the Shocking Tactics of the Border Coyotes

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:08 min | Last week

Sheriff Mark Lamb Describes the Shocking Tactics of the Border Coyotes

"These people aren't dumb. So the coyotes, the human traffickers, they're not stupid. When they send a large group, a splinter of a caravan through one part of the border, what's happening 20 miles down the road, sheriff. Yeah, they're doing it there, too. And what they'll do in the summer is they're leaving people behind on purpose. And then they'll call 9-1-1, which goes to border patrol or my guys like my helicopter. And then we respond to go save that one person while the rest of the group goes through. We had one instance in the summer where they call this we went and found this guy the left behind. We had to give him three bags of IV to save his life while we were doing that. There were 7 more 9-1-1 calls on the board for smugglers that were either left behind or hurt or injured or that the cartels had left for dead. And so this is something we deal with every day in the summer. And then on top of that, we have to try to go out and stop these people from coming into this country illegally. So operationally, I mean, they're just putting their tax in us to the max.

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Adam Laxalt: Opponents Rely on Out-Of-State Donors

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | Last week

Adam Laxalt: Opponents Rely on Out-Of-State Donors

"Your opponent is a radical radical leftist This isn't hyperbole She supported this Minnesota freedom funding where they were actually bailing out people who were rioting and burning down America's cities If that were a Republican like you doing that you'd be in jail right now in a gulag in Washington D.C. This is a radical Don't let her get off with this moderate crap It's all an act Yeah look the only reason some of these races are tight it's because these Democrats have unlimited money and my opponent has for example 90% of her money comes from California New York and they're showering in these small dollar donations And all these things our candidates got so outspent over the summer that they're buying these races They're recasting themselves this centrist a lot of our candidates couldn't respond over the summer and now that we're all up on TV and we're actually able to tell the other side of the story It doesn't matter how much she pretends like she supports law enforcement The reality is all the law enforcement that supported her in 16 when she was a former AG she got law enforcement They all flipped to me because they knew that during BLM and during the last few really tough years for law enforcement she was nowhere to be found And every major national vote where she could have made her third she voted with the Democrats And as she does for the economic agenda for the border policies and so they just are willing to say whatever it takes to win and we need small dollar donors And I know by the way I know it's a tough time And the inflation crisis is hitting our donors Much harder than is their rich donors from San Francisco and New York But they need to dig deep they got to help candidates like myself and Adam Lang sol dot com And these key races

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Dr. Mike Burgress Describes What's Changed the Most in Congress

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:58 min | Last week

Dr. Mike Burgress Describes What's Changed the Most in Congress

"Do you see change the most since you first came into Congress to now? Interestingly enough, we're sitting here in appropriations where it should be the culmination of appropriation season. Appropriations are not handled the same way as when I first arrived almost 20 years ago. And appropriations used to consume the entire summer may, June, July, we majority at the time, Tom delay, I remember our first term, said look, I know you're used to being up here maybe three days a week, but summer's coming. We got appropriations. We got to get through it. It's going to be 5 work days a week. We're going to have late night votes on the floor almost every night. Because appropriations were brought to the floor under an open rule. You and I were on the rules committee, open rules were pretty much had gone by the wayside when even when we were on the rules committee, but an open rule means any member can go down to the House floor, take their big chief tablet with them and a crayon and scratch out some words and then say I've got an amendment at the desk. And bring up whatever, whatever might be related to that particular appropriation bill. And what it does is give every member, even not just members on the appropriations committee, not even senior members or committee chairs. Every member gets an opportunity to try to impact those appropriation bills. So it's time consuming and I guess that made a lot of people uncomfortable that people talk so much during that process, but gradually got squeezed down to squeeze down, now all the appropriations bills at some point this year will all be packaged together will either be called an omnibus bill or too many bus bills, but all 12 appropriations bills will be combined in some form or fashion. And you get one vote. And you don't get to amend it. It comes up under a closed rule

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Spanish PM Sánchez says he has COVID, cancels appearance

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last week

Spanish PM Sánchez says he has COVID, cancels appearance

"Spanish prime minister Pedro Sanchez says he has tested positive for COVID-19 The leader of Spain Socialist Party and the country's coalition government said in a Twitter post yesterday he was canceling his appearance at a socialist event marking the beginning of the new political season after the summer recess Sanchez did not say whether he was feeling ill or whether he would cancel other engagements He said I will keep working taking all precautions Last week Sanchez attended the United Nations General Assembly in New York President Biden was also there He returned to Spain for an official event on Friday I'm Julie Walker

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Charlie and Dr. James Lindsay on the Dangers of the COVID Mind Virus

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:23 min | Last week

Charlie and Dr. James Lindsay on the Dangers of the COVID Mind Virus

"Are not taking seriously this takeover of every major institution of our children of education, of finance, of sports, of language, and then 2020 happens. So doctor Lindsay was doing all this research and then Floyd a palooza in the summer of 2020 unfolds. They only known cure for COVID. Right, exactly. Where if you're burning down a Wendy's, it's better than wearing a mask. And so really a large parts of the conservative movement I use that term loosely were completely taken by surprise where all of a sudden everything was about race. It was about structural inequity, oppressor versus oppressed, and we are still living through the damage that was implemented from the summer of 2020. And I'm not even talking about the burn buildings. That is true. I'm talking about how they saw their moment to change curriculum, implement textbooks, take over HR departments, be able to change hiring practices, affirmative action quotas. They saw a 90 day window when everyone was locked down and cooped up, took over the entire PR narrative to really introduce in my opinion. This is provocative and the media will find this to be newsworthy. I think that mind virus has done and will do more damage than the Chinese coronavirus. Oh, absolutely. Let's not even a question. And as a matter of fact, he calls it a mind virus. Let's exonerate him a moment and make the media have a slightly harder job than just getting the ignore what I'm about to say. This is totally based and this is one of the things I read in the literature writing those fake papers is there is a paper that was published right here. Arizona state university, two professors. Brienne files and Michael Carter, if you want their names, we like to name names. They wrote this paper in 2016 called women's studies as a virus, and in the paper they explained that these ideologies like women's studies and it could extend a gender erase or whatever you want it to be. Are meant to operate. They said the ideal metaphor for what they do is a virus. They say an ideal metaphor for us would be viruses like HIV, Ebola, SARS, some viruses cause cancer. Well, cancer represents true transformative change. So that's good too. Conservatism, they say represents like the immune system. And normally you need the immune system to preserve the body. But in this case, the virus will be good for the body. So we have to suppress the immune system. This is really how they describe themselves. And

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"this summer" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"this summer" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"A kid to color you must senorita didn't know how much I need. You hate it when I have to leave your I've been taking mental pictures for what? I miss you in winter, staying up until the sunrise But you need to be last time. It was the summer of love. Yeah, this summer. This is not your body Will I can be with taking his fellow? Yeah, and say, But in the sheets until the evening there was no way to go. Oh, no summer of love myself. For the summer. Okay? Yeah, it was the summer Travis Scott. What's up? Get those goose bumps. Every time you come around you you is on my you make everything so far. Where about those compounds? I'm waiting now. Area is way too young. Yeah, I get those goose bumps every time I need to hime Throw that to decide. I get those Muslims every time you when you're not around. We know that tutor, sire. I get those Muslims. Average time is everyone three To everyone. Young. My. Why do you owe me why they owe me applies Civil? Okay, I'm sit below here. I.

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"this summer" Discussed on Brains On!

Brains On!

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"this summer" Discussed on Brains On!

"Do you mean like hanging out with microbes. Besides just you and me will. Yeah i don't know about that. What i don't remember how to infect anyone what will i say to. The bacteria is is intense staring polite or not. I can't remember. I thought you might feel this way. It's not just me gil. It's the humans to i saw survey in. May that only about half of people in the us feel ready to do pre pandemic activities. What if we've all lost our social skills condo. I got you that is why invited a very special guest to join us today. You do that for me. Of course care that makes me feel so mushy like an orange. That's covered in mold but you're virus not a fungus okay. Who's the guest. Dr turner a psychologist who works with kids and families. Hey dr earl coming on our show. I'm so happy to be here so dr. It's supposed to be exciting. That pandemic precautions are changing. But i'm worried about doing more stuff this summer. I mean it's normal to be concerned about new. Experience is and so with this transition bat to you know from being at home so much for me because it may be something that you may have some concerns about. What tips do you have for our vira house. Who are doing new stuff this summer. So i really think it's helpful to practice. You know the things that you may be looking forward to so that you can have at least general expectations so for me thinking about which pair of my new sunglasses wear to the park. I think he means more like what's going to happen. What an activity will be like you know. So just imagine seeing your old pal flora fungus. And you both hang out on some old gum together..

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"this summer" Discussed on Real Food Real People

Real Food Real People

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"this summer" Discussed on Real Food Real People

"Business plan that goes with adding new product adding new aspect to a farm so she actually person to talk to you. Well we're going to get her on the puck. Yeah but you can vouch for the fact that it can get kinda complicated especially all that business part where it i suppose it can feel like new have to do all this stuff but at the end of the day probably a lot of. It's for the best right. You know the challenges of figuring out where we want to sell to and how we're going to sell it all the details behind how we're going to package things and getting things cleared with inspectors and getting Making sure that we're following all the protocols on the usda so there's been a lot of that you know that. I've heard from from my sister. But i really can't vouch for much just because i haven't been able to help as much but now that summer's here now that i'm done with school for the semester. I'll be helping out a lot more and we'll be you know just trying some new things this summer making new products and just exploring a little bit all those general things you just listed. Those are all the things that most people including myself. Don't think about when. I go to the by something right. Yeah so it's like. Oh yeah you know somebody. You know raised cows milk them. Made whatever you know. They'll cheese ice cream. Whatever and then they sell it. But there is a lot of stuff in that inbetween part. And i think yeah. We'll have to like catch up with you again in like a year to see what time. Yeah because yeah. I'm sure you have quite the journey ahead. Still not to some like discouraging or be a downer but now we we need to go. Yeah you're up for the challenge. Awesome so talk about being a teacher to teach agriculture. Yes oh. I just finished at mount vernon christian which is where..

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"this summer" Discussed on Accessible Astrology with Psychotherapist + Astrologer Eugenia Krok, MA

Accessible Astrology with Psychotherapist + Astrologer Eugenia Krok, MA

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"this summer" Discussed on Accessible Astrology with Psychotherapist + Astrologer Eugenia Krok, MA

"Is actually in scorpio so a water sign and i've started to really recognize that karma is real from the perspective of you know when we're when we're again acting and integrity were acting as you said in the park immature from the perspective that you know i'm not gonna pick up that piece of trash because someone else will do it you know that's like a child right instead of the adult while i'm just going to pick up that piece of trash because it's my moral authority obligation to do so right so you know when we're not acting in that place where were conscientious of our actions and our movements and how they impact others That can have adverse reaction in our own life because then we have to learn that lesson harder. Yeah in some respect right. And and really respecting that maturity being saturn represented by the planet saturn who is in aquarius. Which is a very Elevated position for him to be an don't know if that's the right word yes yeah yes. Saturday aquarius feels kind of where. It's really true that there's a strong piece of all of this of questioning our actions and our the reactions to those actions or lack there of action or whatever it is right so that piece of vulnerability inside of ourselves and recognizing where we have fucked up essentially. Ain't such a bad thing at this summer. Solstice you know to be vulnerable enough with ourselves to say. I can do better you know and i i recognize that i reacted to you in a way. That was unnecessary. Know what you were trying to say is loving that i got angry or whatever you know and being able to come at it from that. Place is a mature. Yeah like it. Yeah i mean especially when we were thinking about this year you know like is a reflection as growth..

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"this summer" Discussed on P.S.A Podcast

P.S.A Podcast

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"this summer" Discussed on P.S.A Podcast

"Of your favorite season summers my favorite cities. i guess. Because my birthday's in the summer like even from growing up which i'm gonna tap into a little later on like some always been fun so i always good time so i was a memorable time so it's time to just decompress suspicion for those of us who we went to school at one point. Both those who you know working education especially after this year. I had you dealing with what i was dealing with. You know it was a lot but it's okay. Because i'm free all right. I'm free. No what is this has to do with mental health. Actually believe it or not summer and the i guess you could say the paradigm of the thoughts about summer of the right words. I wanna use but like how we view summertime actually can be both positive and negative. And i'm actually going to get into that. Need i because it actually can be negative for some people. Because i'm gonna say the positive for you know i like to do it that way. You know rather worse than better than what we get the negative about the way because we gotta talk about that too. But i think that when i found real research on this stuff i thought it was interested in stuff. You won't even realize that. Come along with the whole summer thing as far as you know music wise. I can't say this summer. Pack some heat. We only would. June was today june seventeen Today today's drops and it's been a hot summer music interests. What's you know going succumb food with the rest of the music. That's coming out but also young like this in this is the first summer pre pandemic although they free post pandemic now some people will say well we still pandemic at this point if you At this point. I feel like i don't wanna sound insensitive to those who still offer fearful of the you know covert but in the same breath is like this. A lot of people got vaccinated. I am not one of them but You know y'all should be good.

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"this summer" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"this summer" Discussed on Sex With Emily

"Of the first things which i always think about when i think of summer sex is sensation play. We wrote something about this in our instagram. And a lot of your like. What do you mean by temperature place in station play. Temperature play essentially use hot and cold sensations to stimulate the skins neuro receptors. Or all those nerve endings and so when you stimulate through heat or cold. It gives your body that russia sensations and endorphins. And if you're doing it during foreplay then it gets translated into arousal. So this is just kind of a fun thing you can do with your partner to play with and it's really fun for the receiver when hot and cold combined together in unpredictable patterns. Meaning you can drop some warm massage oil wax and then you can do some more heat and then you compare a little ice cube and then you could. Maybe use some warming loops so just play around. There is no script here. I'm just going to give you the ingredients. So what do you need to do. Sensation play temperature ice cubes. Icecubes a ball. You can just have him by your bed. There's a lot of different ways to play with ice cubes. Then there's massage candles you know. I'm obsessed with massage candles remember. Don't use a regular candle. A regular kettle has wax massage. Candles are usually made of ingredients that are like warming coconut oil. There ingredients that you are meant to poorer partner and to use as massage oil. So look for the label on the candle. There's warming lou by system joe which is amazing. Use it on different body parts and things warm up. They feel good. You could also use an ice pack if you don't wanna use ice cubes because ice packs tend to be less messy. Maybe you can grab an ice pack. You could also if you want now. Glass and metal toys a really fun for temperature play essentially looking for objects that retain their temperature. So those made of metal and glass will do so so you can chill them them in the freezer. You can boil them. Those are really fun to play with if you want to know how to do it though it. How do you do temperature play. You can use a blindfold on your partner and tell them you've surprise for them and then you could light a candle and use the warm oil and the candle or some warming loop. can you imagine. They've no idea that something that you rub on them going to start to heat up in a few seconds and then you can turn of us an ice cube. You can put an ice pack in your hand with one hand. You could be playing with your partner and your hands. Really kohl's is paki. Could use that handing give your partner a hand job or play with them. So your hand is actually is cold or take the ice cubes in your mouth and you can drip down your partner's body. We could have ice in your mouth and then you know go down your partner and have them feel that sensation when they least expect it so it just temperature pages a fun thing to do. We're going to be hot this summer. And i love recommending that. So what does adventurous sex. How do you do something that. What does that mean to you for. God i just wanna get out of my.

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"this summer" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

Happier with Gretchen Rubin

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"this summer" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

"Chefs table and netflix. The restaurants that stand out to me are milk bar lukes lobster. I tried both while visiting las vegas. I find. I enjoyed the food and atmosphere. Much more when i know the backstory of how the restaurants got started. So that's kind of a different way of exploring Something that you've seen on tv. Yes i went to milk bar in vegas as well that my last time in vegas pre pandemic so listen this week. Try this at home. Tip is to explore the five senses of summer. This is kind of a twist on the designer summer ideas and this was inspired by listener. Yes this comes from dakota who says i thought i'd share my designed the summer with you guys. I manage in ice cream stores. So summer is the busiest time of the year for me. That results in a lot of early mornings and late nights in an overall feeling of dread on warm beautiful summer day. Typically i forgo fun things in waiting of cooler. Temps shorter workdays this summer. I chose to have a summer of the sentences. I was inspired by your talk of the senses. Both my husband. And i had cove the summer so we lost both our sense of taste and smell minded in return for nearly sixty days. This summer am planning and making a vision board. One thing. I wanna do for each of my senses as an example. I bought tickets to an outdoor concert to see dueling pianos at an elton. John cover bands. What a treat having five to do this summer is giving me a little more structure and things to look forward to that. I would say. I'm too busy to do well. Of course i love everything. Five cents is related so this is like a mashup of the five senses and design your summer. So i love this idea. Yes and it's nice to have an angle like as we say like the infinite choices can be hard so in some ways. It's nice to say okay. I'm going to design it around the five senses. Give you a direction. Yeah and as co points out. There's something very coast covert about it. I think the covid has made us all very where of our senses and wanting to get back into the world so i thought that was a great idea. So let's.

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"this summer" Discussed on CXMH

CXMH

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"this summer" Discussed on CXMH

"Of course i had big dreams for that through kovic but that just didn't happen and that is okay. Yeah but oh gardening gardening something that we are doing a little bit more intentionally as a family. And that's something. I think we'll be continuing through into the summer. Yeah i mean there's a few things but we're just gonna kinda figure out what life is like post cove it. I think that's gonna be a big thing for us. This summer is like reintegrating in kind of figuring this out in ways that we have really kind of avoided as a family over the last Year so what about. Y'all yeah i don't. I don't know that there's anything Answers to keeping child the life. Yes yeah i think you to. Yes yeah i think trying to find ways to do some of those types of things. I know more recently. I've gotten back into playing music more often things like that. Not so much still at home. But so maybe there's ways of doing that and things like that so finding ways here in there to do fun. Things i think is good. Hopefully you know yeah time for that. Obviously you some of that involves like How involved gray in that always makes it like a slightly different experience than like just doing it myself. But i fund so just making sure that that we get to have fun and and obviously stay healthy and all that type of stuff. But i don't know report back to you in august would what types of things i would unquote spare time with. Yeah that's awesome. Well dr holly ox handler. Thank you so much for hanging out and chatting with me today as we head off. I'm picturing this like a sailboat. Sailing off right but as we floated into this summer any closing thoughts for our listeners. Know i i think i know. I think i have said this every time whenever we finish up a season but i really hope that our listeners are taking excessively good care of themselves this summer. I hope that they prioritize healing after this year. I hope that they prioritize rest and pacing themselves and i. actually. I think of something that you had shared not long ago on on twitter around the idea that our bodies have been telling us for the last over a year that it's not safe to be around others or in certain situations so to begin to ease back into that or move back into that after getting vaccinated like it is going to take some time and so i hope in general that our listeners are taking good care of themselves but i hope they're being gentle with themselves as they Feel the emotions that are surfacing through this season as they move into new ways of being that they haven't been engaged in over the last over year. So and and i just i hope that they i hope they stay well this summer. I hope they take good care and just take this summer one day at a time. Yeah what about you. Do you have any any closing thoughts. Yeah the actually. The tweet reference right was was what my main thought was going to be. Which is you know it has been such a along. You know like i can when i'm standing in line at kroger. Whatever like somebody stands within six feet behind me. And i can feel my nervous system shift right like i'm now comfortable..

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"this summer" Discussed on CXMH

CXMH

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"this summer" Discussed on CXMH

"But like maybe it's okay to other thing you know letting people help more things like yeah i think trying to be intentional about that is comparatively restful right compared to like what i think is like my hope that it will be draining in the ways that it's going to be draining but it will be like a healthy type of of drain in terms of we are taking care of a new child and also three year old and then that is what it is but also that we keep ourselves as healthy as possible throughout that And so. I think that that will be interesting of asli like navigating all of that. And i'm sure will come out the other side in august being super refreshed. I think kind of what. You're saying. Though as important in recognizing something i really do want to elevate is at rest is going to look different for each of us during different seasons of life and so as you and i are moving into this summer setting down. Cx age you and i have Are in different seasons in terms of parenthood. And you know just and that is gonna make rest look different. You know there. There's just different like what is going on. In our circumstances is going to cause us to have to navigate rest differently. And that's okay and so for y'all you know resting like getting a twenty minute nap here and there while you do like i love hearing you say that you're going to allow others to come in and help a little bit more whereas i remember that same feeling like when our our first born when she was born that it was like no. I don't i don't need help. I can do this. you know. And then when our son was born it was like oh man. Yes please like any help you can offer. It's it's different seasons of life are gonna require different forms of rest. I think the important. Yeah for sure what was trying to think what were the other ones that you had rest books. Doing learning resting reading. So are that's disgusting. Reading learning maybe goes along with some of that. What young end just learning to rest. Yes and then just doing gonna take up any any new hobbies you know. I'm still hoping to learn watercolors or you know. I've got my watercolors estimate. Actually my paintbrushes. So yes in back up new shoes. No not that. No but my minor was in studio art so like your sellers. I'm cool with but but to you're like you know world with music. I still like. I will pick up the guitar and like pick at it a little bit but then sat down and do nothing with it for too long and staying with piano and the interesting thing is we actually have our one of our neighbors teaches piano and i swear i keep i would love to learn from her at some point so maybe that will be one of the things i pick up this summer. Who knows for to give you a virtual worlds. That is true. I'm so y'all i'm so bad. Like i cannot. I can't hold the strings down and it just sounds terrible. So maybe maybe i will take you up on that this summer. Robert like will at least get like maybe a couple of lessons than than you can report back to our listeners. How did had sound. Yikes mostly in the evaluation of you reporting backside. I will gladly help you back okay. You're off the hook. I'm telling you you're off the hook. I'm not okay. That's funny. No i would love. I mean on in all seriousness would love to learn it to begin playing an instrument. A little bit more intentionally this summer..

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"this summer" Discussed on CXMH

CXMH

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"this summer" Discussed on CXMH

"Able to set this down for a certain period of time is that gives us margin to pick up other things and to be able to more clearly see what is on our plate and as you know. The year is quieter over the summer lake as i can focus on like some of their research in the writing. I'm doing and spending more time with my kids and my family. I don't know. I think i'm just looking forward to more opportunities of connection with folks and yeah with my family and with love twins that you know we just haven't been able to to do for awhile so yeah. Yeah so yeah. We'll we'll see what it looks like. I know when we come back in at the beginning of season six will probably. We'll talk about what the summer looked like. So i'll be really. I'll be curious to see how it unfolds in the months ahead. But i'm approaching this with with palms up in a a loose grip move to this summer. So yeah yeah. What about you. What i mean. What is rest. Look like for you this summer. You have chances. I mean granted. You have a baby. That's going to be arriving soon. So i don't know what is going to newborn i seen. You're going to send me text at like three in the morning. I'm resting holly like yes. I think you know what i will say. Because i think that's a fair enough. I was thinking about it. I thought she's going to ask me. This and i should just make a joke about having a newborn right. And i think one of the things that you know going into. I don't know if this was true for you and we try to maybe not dive too deep into lexus. Are whatever right. A huge chunk of people listening that that is not there to drain. That's right. I think one of the things are going into leading up to having a second child. That is most different for brooklyn aside from like we also have a toddler running around right so we can't just like sleep the all the time and rest upright but i think being super intentional having conversations about like how we're gonna take care of ourselves and stay as healthy as possible. Obviously some of it is just what you do like the have to wake up all the time and feet right. But i think having been through it once before trying to say okay. What what parts of that now that we have experienced. Can we say that Those choices were what we knew at the time..

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"this summer" Discussed on CXMH

CXMH

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"this summer" Discussed on CXMH

"But i'll do it anyway and you can buy it how i bought it but Someone i'm reading right now right now. i'm third of the way through it. And then i like you have a whole list here of ones that i'm hoping to get over this summer although obviously also want to rest and as i mentioned previously i don't know how much reading are we doing with right right not me but yeah that's right so what about you. Throw another one out there So the other book. Actually that. I'm reading that i'm planning to be reading this summer. Is i'm rereading. Dr signed or adult smith sacred rest. Who we had on the show a couple of seasons back by my faculty and staff in the school social work at baylor. We bought a bunch of copies of that book. And we are kind of reading it as a school this summer Just recognizing how much we have gone through over the last year as a school with shifting to all the adaptations that we've had a navigate as all just really elevating the importance of resto. So we'll be reading that and persona eighty one in case anybody wants to that easy show notes. That's a no. I looked it up. Don't come on did not have that memorized. that's awesome. That would be quite use of my limited brain base. Let's see all say i know. I think this is on your list as well. I'm quite looking forward to the wisdom of your body mcbride who had on the show before we both love her work. So excited about that. Yuck throwback to you got so okay one or the other books. I'm really excited to be reading. This summer is actually my dear colleague. Dr beth alison bar. She just publish the making a biblical womanhood. How the center. Gatien of women became gospel..

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"this summer" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"this summer" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"People speak. That, Adam, Okay? Brains around the throne. That day is in the current mother Fall 11. Thanks. You know what this world is about Watching some good friends screaming. Let me out! People spit Turned away from me. Go blind man. So defense, but I don't want You come up with love, but it's so slashed hands on. For all of us. Wait. Are you okay? I love you change Wait. The pressure under pressure up pressure, All right, no pressure parents, but the average kid wants 624 hours of play time this summer. Don't ask me how they calculate this. It's a lot of time or even what the study is. I'm just saying, kids that have been, you know, learning online. They want to get outside and play this summer. Okay? They want.

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"this summer" Discussed on My Two Cents with Towanda Harris

My Two Cents with Towanda Harris

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"this summer" Discussed on My Two Cents with Towanda Harris

"Can you share your teacher. Johnny with us. I just wanna say what an ultimate honor it is to be here. I have loved your podcast. And i'm just so thrilled to be in conversation with you. So i was a newspaper reporter before i was a teacher. I was a reporter for the star ledger. Newspaper in newark new jersey It was a beat reporter. And i did a fair amount of reporting out of iran as well for an everyday life series but then i am feeling that i was unable to kind of make change. I felt like. I was just reporting what i what i was seeing as a witness and less of a change maker and so i did new york city teaching fellows and a moved into teaching that way i taught at a brooklyn school in the middle grades i was at a. Tc school so I had some great stuff development before moving to illinois where it was also classroom teacher literacy coach then. I became a literacy coach in lot of different schools. So now. I'm all over the city in catholic schools in chicago public schools in the south side and also in the affluent suburbs. So that is kind of an interesting wide variety of Student needs All kids need the same thing which is to be like centered. Seen heard definitely do you. Do you see any of the skills that you had attained from your former career. Carry over our help you into the teaching feel. Oh my gosh. Every day. I thank i couldn't believe at the time that i was being paid to just tell people's stories and to just ask them questions and to just report kind of link there truths and i feel that that is what teaching is feel the social the social emotional piece of it more than i feel that education sometimes because I just really firmly believe that the kids are our curriculum.

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"this summer" Discussed on What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood

What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"this summer" Discussed on What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood

"You're coming on too strong. What fresh hell laughing in the face of motherhood. I guess we're just doing this now with margaret. Abel's and amy wilson. You'd lose your turn a podcast. That's all today's parenting dilemmas. So you don't have to. It was great talking to people who were not my husband children. Hey everybody walk to fresh laughing in the face of motherhood. This is amy. And this is margaret end friends. What are we doing this summer. I mean it's happening right. Yes and it's changing every day. Are you getting emails in your inbox. Daily like there's a new plan. Which is i mean overall a very good thing but it means i'm filling out forms for the camp three times instead of once because they're keep having to be new forms. Well my big thing right now. Is that our town pool. And i don't like to criticize people. But i'm gonna say came up with a plan. That timmy was just frankly bonkers. I'm sure from their end. There's a reason you know what i mean. Whenever i hear people be like. Why are they doing it. Listen i'm on the decision making end of a lot of this stuff and it's because we talked about it for twelve hours and this is the best thing we can come up with then you present a planet. Everyone's like this plan makes no sense. Why are they doing it. this way. Which i find frustrating that being said the plan for our town pool this summer is a little bit nutty for me and so i'm just hoping so. We had seven debate about whether or not to sign up. It's like you can only go during these hours. And if you want to sit with people you know you have to sign up on this sign up sheet that says your pod confusing and very high maintenance for like what is like. Get your suits. Let's go to the pool right. But i just said let's sign up because what i'm seeing is that every day..

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"this summer" Discussed on The Adoption Connection | a podcast by and for adoptive moms

The Adoption Connection | a podcast by and for adoptive moms

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"this summer" Discussed on The Adoption Connection | a podcast by and for adoptive moms

"Start sharing even more mission. Those that don't want to be there has to really be by okay. This summer that i have to really just gently spend more time report with them. You know talking about things that they like to do. Maybe engaging with non something that we share in common which. I always do some ipads therapist. I think that's an important part of connection with any krant that different if the time with with the Using teenagers the sometimes it's that are just a little little more. What we call a symphony music is only some level fear. Now that's a good point. That's a really good point. Sue with a teen well really with any child on digging. More teams may because i'm in the thick of parenting teens. will use start by processing more of the little t traumas before you dive in for the big t traumas.

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"this summer" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

The Maria Liberati Show

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"this summer" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

"So they're interested in a chapter young just a minute. Oh that's great. Yes thank you. Thank you for that. Yes i will definitely recommend all my listeners. Definitely to to get back chapter definitely. Thanks so much and Yes keep us posted on anything coming up anything coming up at. You can tell us about well. I guess that's those are your new books. Yeah blessed to be. Your dog just was released last month on National love your pet day and so that came out in february. And we'll have this summer. Some news dougie material. We've got spooky. Yuki stories coming from dougie later this summer. Great it's always fun. They keep us laughing to the they do her definitely need your off of wonderful bank soon once gene and stay in touch and we'll be looking for those will be looking for those folks and.

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"this summer" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"this summer" Discussed on Pantheon

"To understand passion young vigor passion what it is man to be fifteen with a fucking record contract or guitar in your hand. I don't know anything about that. Yeah yeah yeah. I missed out on that one a time. What a time fun. Well listen everybody. Thanks so much. If you would please go to the website so that you can find your way to the patriots on and do the thing and help a little jar over here out you. I need it. I need to get out. I need to stop working professionally. And he needs a tesla. We're gonna camping this summer. Man camp man kam. Jerry goes demand camp. I can't do you do you. Can't do what i wouldn't say a lot but i do it. I have camped omitted system. Where yeah. I love i love. We've talked about some camping. I take little don. Sometimes i go down the river for a few days All right guys. Well we're going to talk to you real soon. We love you. Don't be a square. Hey this is brad page from the. I'm in love with that song. Podcast here on the pantheon podcast network on our show. We put on our explorer hats and our spelunky shoes to discover what goes into making a great song. We explore. The history of the artist had the story behind the song to see where it came from listening to early versions of the songs in their embryonic. Form to see how they evolved like this david bowie. Classic sismi gitanes draw We listened to individual tracks to understand the foundation. That a great song is built on like this drum.

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