35 Burst results for "This Weekend"

Steven Moore Discusses the So-Called 'Inflation Reduction Act'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | 1 d ago

Steven Moore Discusses the So-Called 'Inflation Reduction Act'

"Now is Steve Moore from the committee to unleash prosperity. Steve, this bill that the Senate passed over the weekend. It's hard to even know where to start with this. I'll just kind of give you the floor is yours. What are the big points that people need to know about this increases taxes, the green energy aspect of it increased the IRS. Let's start with the climate change part of it. Where on earth is all that money going to go to quote unquote fight climate change? Well, great to be with you, Charlie. You're right. You and I could probably talk for two hours about this is truly a dreadful Bill. 800 pages long. And I can't think of one good thing in this bill. Truly. I mean, I've read through, not the whole thing, but I've read through most of it. And it is basically just a massive increase in the size and scope of government and the invasiveness of government. And that's essentially the John Doe. I want to make one point right from the start, Charlie. If you count the $1.9 trillion Biden spent in his first months in office, remember that was the blue state bailout bill. And then that fraudulent $1.1 trillion so called infrastructure Bill, which was really the green energy bill. And then remember two or three weeks ago, they passed a massive corporate welfare Bill. That was roughly $200 billion. This one has a price tag of somewhere near. We don't know exactly somewhere 607 100 billion. That's $4 trillion. I mean, can you believe this? They're talking now, the left is talking about, oh my gosh, Joe Biden's like the next FDR. Well, if running up record amounts of debt, records amounts of red ink and deficits and record amounts of inflation, then he has been a quote productive president, but I've never seen anything like this in my 35 years. This will bankrupt our country. And let's just pray that we can stop this now. I'm not confident, but maybe there are maybe four or 5 or 6 fiscally conscientious Democrats left that might finally stay, hey, three and a half $1 trillion enough. We don't need another 700 billion.

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The Case for Ending The Fed With Steve Bannon

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | 2 d ago

The Case for Ending The Fed With Steve Bannon

"Joining us right now is Steve Bannon. Steve had a very big weekend at cpac Steve. Welcome to the program. I want to play a piece of tape at you at cpac and we'll go from there. Let's play cut ten. We don't need to audit the fed. We need to end the Federal Reserve. The federal reserve has you surf as you surf has usurped its power and the power of the American people in our elective representatives. And no, they do not have the consent of the governor. We will not comply. We will not submit. And it must be ended. Steve, that sounds like Ron Paul, floors yours. Exactly. I hope to take it, you know, he was a great inspiration, but we hope to take it one step up. Ron Paul, who had his entire presidential campaign around about money and currency, you know, is a great warrior and a brave man. I'm not a libertarian. But I understand that the administrative state and particularly the global apparatus is funded by the central banks. And it's outrageous that the evidence today is so much even more overwhelming than when Ron Paul laid it out for us. From 2008 to right now, Charlie, you know, what the $23 trillion they've printed, the 9 and a half trade they put on the balance sheet of the Federal Reserve is just increased the power and concentration of wealth in our nation. 0.5% of the American population own more assets and wealth than the bottom 90%. This is exactly what the framers fought a revolution to avoid. They wanted to get away from the landed aristocracy in Great Britain and the mercantile class in Great Britain. And we are back to this oligarchy. What we have is a combination of state capitalism and authoritarian government

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Why Does the Inflation Reduction Act Include IRS Hyper-Funding?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:20 min | 2 d ago

Why Does the Inflation Reduction Act Include IRS Hyper-Funding?

"This bill, as we mentioned last week and tried to warn, adds $80 billion to the IRS's budget and 87,000 new staff members to the Internal Revenue Service. 80 7 thousand new IRS agents. That makes the IRS larger than the FBI, border patrol and the State Department combined. That's what happened over this last weekend. And remarkably Democrats in tough Senate races like Mark Kelly and Raphael Warnock, they don't care. They voted for it because they know that they're still going to get over a $100 million in Democrat cash as the Democrats are now representing the white wealthy party, Republicans are getting outspent almost every race across the country. Because the values of wokeism are most consistent with miserable, wealthy white people that live in Malibu and Manhattan, and they want to spread their misery and imperialist upon the rest of us. The IRS adds 87 $1 billion. To their budget.

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Charlie Unpacks the Most Dangerous Provisions of the New Democrat Bill

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:02 min | 2 d ago

Charlie Unpacks the Most Dangerous Provisions of the New Democrat Bill

"I want to start this program by going into what happened over this last weekend. According to NPR dot org, the propagandist publication funded by our taxpayer dollars, Democrats passed a major climate health and tax bill. Here is what is in it. Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer gives the thumbs up as he leaves the Senate chamber after passage of the inflation reduction act. Senate Democrats after weeks of negotiations to revive the core of their election year agenda passed a spending bill, which would attempt to tackle climate change. The high cost of prescription drugs and lower the deficit by roughly $300 billion. So let's go through actually what's in the Bill. This NPR does a pretty poor job of detailing it, but we'll dance around with this, but let's start with this idea of climate change. I have to say, whoever came up with the branding around climate change is brilliant. It's an unbelievably brilliant strategy. You can call it a Trojan horse. You could call it a wolf in sheep's clothing. What's so brilliant about climate change is that you don't have to define it. Is that you have a unspecified fear that you could spend an unlimited amount of money on. Like AOC a $100 trillion. Why stop there? Why not a 130 trillion? You see, climate change is so brilliantly duplicitous. And it's a scheme to make people afraid, but they'll never actually get to the end point. That's what's so brilliant about it. So no matter how much you spend, there might be somebody with a fossil fuel somewhere in Midland, Texas, we need to spend another $100 billion to go find them. You see, if they completely change the economy into a green economy, destroying our energy supremacy, by the way, which is one of the most civilizational suicidal things that we could possibly do, they'll just then create a surveillance state to find out if someone still is using fossil fuels or natural gas, even

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Sen. Ted Cruz: The American People Don't Want 87,000 New IRS Agents

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:37 min | 2 d ago

Sen. Ted Cruz: The American People Don't Want 87,000 New IRS Agents

"Here's senator Ted Cruz over the weekend. Madam president, there are a lot of bad things in this bill, but fewer worse than the proposal by Democrats in this bill to double the size of the IRS and create 87,000 new IRS agents. I guarantee you citizens and every one of our states, if you ask them, what do they want? They don't want 87,000 new IRS agents. And they're not being created to audit billionaires or giant corporations. They're being created to audit you. The House ways and means committee, the minorities put out an estimate that under this bill, there will be 1.2 million new audits per year with over 700,000 of those new audits falling on taxpayers making $75,000 or less. I believe personally we should abolish the IRS, but at a minimum we shouldn't make the IRS larger than The Pentagon, the State Department, the FBI, and the border patrol all combined. That's what the Democrats are proposing here. It is a terrible idea. If you don't want 87,000 new IRS agents, vote yes. Good for you. Senator Cruz. Unfortunately, elections have consequences. And the Republicans, they just didn't have the votes. They don't have the votes in the House of Representatives. So we're about to get 87,000 more IRS agents, and they're coming after all of us. That's who they're coming after. They're coming after you conservatives. They're coming after you, Christians. That's what's going to happen. Oh,

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Pres. Trump Is Confident Manchin, Sinema Will Lose in November

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:22 min | 2 d ago

Pres. Trump Is Confident Manchin, Sinema Will Lose in November

"Coming. Actions have consequences too. Will Joe Manchin pay a price? For betraying his constituents, we'll Kirsten cinema, pay a price. The two Democrats who could have gotten the moon. I mean, they could have gotten whatever they wanted if they would have just held firm and stood up to the antics of Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi, will they? Well, president Trump was at cpac over the weekend in Dallas. And he made a promise what happened to Manchin and sinema, what happened, we're trying to figure out what the hell happened, where did this new philosophy come from? All of a sudden, 48 hours. I think if this deal passes, they will both lose their next election. I do believe that West Virginia and Arizona will not stand for what they did to them. So maybe this speech can stop them because when Manchin hears me say he's going to lose West Virginia and I'll go down and campaign against them as hard as anybody can. Huge roar from the crowd at cpac with Trump promising to campaign as hard as he can against Joe Manchin.

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Why Trump Routinely Dominates Straw Polls Like the Recent CPAC One

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:06 min | 2 d ago

Why Trump Routinely Dominates Straw Polls Like the Recent CPAC One

"At the recent cpac conference in Dallas, which concluded this weekend there was a straw poll. And the results of the straw poll reported pretty widely in the media. Trump 69%, this is for 2024. Desantis 23% and pretty tellingly, Cruz 2% Pompeo, Nikki Haley, Rand Paul, Kristi Noem all 1%, and by the way, notice who's not there. Mike Pence 0%. Wow. Now, I want to try to explain the Trump phenomenon here because there are some people who say and I've been seeing this on social media that desantis is much more kind of error free than Trump. Desantis doesn't make Trump's mistakes. He is very effective as Trump is in hitting back at the media. They both have that kind of fortitude, but desantis is less ad hominem, desantis is in some ways certainly in terms of his personal life. He seems unbelievably clean, caught, he's got the sort of perfect resume. So why is it? Why is it then that Trump is consistently not just ahead, but way ahead? I mean, Trump is over two thirds of the vote. And desantis is desantis numbers only improve if you take Trump out of the equation. So what's going on here? Well, I want to try to explain this in an unusual way. The writer Scott Fitzgerald, this is the author, of course, of The Great Gatsby and a number of other important books. Scott Fitzgerald, once said something very poignant and I think very illuminating. He said, he said, I've got the two second best things to have. But I don't have the two best things to have. And he went on to explain that the second best things to have in his view were good looks and intelligence and Scott Fitzgerald goes, I got those two. But he goes, but the two best things to have are animal magnetism, animal magnetism, and money.

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Sen. John Kennedy: It Takes a Special Kind of Stupid to Raise Taxes

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:16 min | 2 d ago

Sen. John Kennedy: It Takes a Special Kind of Stupid to Raise Taxes

"U.S. Senate over the weekend, senator John Kennedy. It takes a special comp stupid in my judgment to raise taxes during both a recession and inflation. That's called stagflation, which is what we have right now as a result of President Biden's policies. Look, I'm not saying that senator Manchin intentionally wants to hurt people. I'm not saying that he intentionally wants to have even more people living in a tent behind Whataburger. But that's going to be the result of this bill. I hope I'm wrong. But I think I'm right. This bill is here one moronic. Man, I love that guy. And when you think we don't have enough clarity in the Republican Party, you remember folks like him. 12% of Americans think the Democrat inflation reduction act will reduce inflation and what blows my mind is Joe Manchin's promise that he would never hurt his constituents or the American people with a tax increase and economic pain. By going along with this boneheaded scheme.

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Senate Passes the Inflation Reduction Act

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:17 min | 2 d ago

Senate Passes the Inflation Reduction Act

"They did it. Joe Biden, the Senate Democrats spent another $700 billion over the weekend. Now the house will have to confirm that on Friday and they will. They'll pass it. And so Joe Biden's record after two years is pretty pretty straightforward. What they're running on. He's doubled the size of the IRS as of yesterday. They spent 80 billion of that 700 billion on the IRS. I know it's unbelievable. That's what they did. Basically doubled the size of the IRS. They spent three and a half trillion total over two years. Three and a half trillion. That was not needed because COVID had been recovered from that have been taken care of by in a bipartisan fashion by the last two congresses under the last two budgets under president Trump. But they spent 1.9 on the American recovery act that was unnecessary. 1.5 trillion, 1.9 trillion. 550 billion in infrastructure, 280 billion on the chips act, and 700 billion this weekend. So are you better off with a IRS that's double the size of what it was 87,000 new IRS agents in 9.1% inflation. Are you better off with Joe Biden and the Democrats running everything?

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Box Office: ‘Bullet Train’ Arrives With So-So $30.1 Million Debut, ‘Easter Sunday’ Stumbles

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 d ago

Box Office: ‘Bullet Train’ Arrives With So-So $30.1 Million Debut, ‘Easter Sunday’ Stumbles

"The film bullet train leads at the box office in its opening weekend I'm Archie Zara letta with the latest Your creek international business solution is how can I help you I am ready Bullet train about 5 assassins on a speeding train in Japan is the top box office draw this week It had a $30.1 million opening according to studio estimates Movie theaters usually report a quiet period in the late summer and bullet train was the last of the big summer movies Number two this week is D.C. league of super pets Nope is third followed by Thor: Love and Thunder minions the rise of gru is number 5

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 Salem Radio's Dennis Prager on the Importance of Talk Radio

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:39 min | 4 d ago

Salem Radio's Dennis Prager on the Importance of Talk Radio

"Have written an amazing piece on your 40th anniversary of talk radio on the things you have learned in those four decades, 5 big lessons. I want to talk about a couple of them, but first, it's not in the article, but you told me how it all started and this peculiar weekend show where you had guests from different denominations. Will you tell us about that show at the beginning, Dennis? Because I love the concept. I began radio at the 32, I think 30, 34 years of age. And it was a blessing changed my life, obviously. There was an extremely popular show in Los Angeles on the ABC radio station. And I mean, so popular that eventually it became the most popular show in Los Angeles, despite the fact that it was broadcast on a Sunday Night, the least likely time for people to listen. But it dominated radio. It was called religion on the line, and it was dominant before I became the host. I just increased it, but I acknowledge it was I knew about it because everybody knew about it. A priest a minister in a rabbi would appear different ones each week, Catholic Protestant Jew, and the host. The host that I that they were thinking of letting go was secular and anti religious. And they were looking for a new host. I don't know if that was the reason, but they were. And by sheer good luck, my name was brought to the general manager of the station. And George green was a legend in radio and for whom I have only deepest gratitude for my life's journey, so he told this woman Roberta Weintraub May she rest in peace. The head of education in Los Angeles said, I need somebody who knows religion knows how to speak, but it's not a clergyman. And she said, I can't believe you're asking that. I just heard this kid at this Jewish institute here in Los Angeles. I went for a weekend there. I heard him lecture, he's terrific. And they said, oh, good, let's try him out. And in the middle of the show, the program director slipped me a note, I wish I had, I still had it. It changed my life. Tell them you'll be on next week.

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Democrats say they’ve reached agreement on economic package

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 5 d ago

Democrats say they’ve reached agreement on economic package

"I Mike rossia reporting Senate Democrats say they've reached agreement on their economic package Senate Democrats reached agreement Thursday night on changes to their top priority economic legislation setting the stage for votes over the weekend Senator kyrsten sinema of Arizona said in a statement she had agreed to changes in the tax and energy provisions Earlier set up majority leader Chuck Schumer The American people overwhelmingly support these steps But Republicans led by minority leader Mitch McConnell appear uniformly opposed to the package Americans don't want it Democrats to regulate us into an even deeper recession With cinema on board Democrats expect to have 50 votes in the evenly split Senate with vice president Kamala Harris holding the tie breaking vote for passage Mike Gracia Washington

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Dems consider changes to economic bill, weekend votes ahead

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 5 d ago

Dems consider changes to economic bill, weekend votes ahead

"I'm Mike rossia reporting Democrats consider changes to their economic bill with weekend votes ahead Senate Democrats are pondering changes to proposed taxes on the wealthy and big corporations as they ready for a weekend of marathon debate in the push to pass their election year economic legislation Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer Soon the Senate will vote on this groundbreaking legislation The bill includes hundreds of billions in spending tax credits to promote clean energy Beefed up tax collections and curbs on drug prices but Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell says Over the next two years and they do nothing to cut inflation in the long term With Republicans on track to uniformly oppose the legislation Democrats need all 50 of their caucus on board and that means getting support from Arizona centrist kyrsten sinema If cinema is on board vice president Kamala Harris would cast the deciding vote Mike Gracia Washington

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Biden: Killing of al-Qaida leader is long-sought 'justice'

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last week

Biden: Killing of al-Qaida leader is long-sought 'justice'

"A weekend drone strike in Afghanistan killed eamon Al warri who was Osama bin Laden's top Al-Qaeda deputy during the attacks before taking over the group to the families of 9 11 victims Is my hope that this decisive actual bring one more measure of closure The president described alls of wari as a vicious killer whom U.S. intelligence tracked down in a Kabul house The operation is a significant counter terror win for the Biden administration the early a year after American troops left Afghanistan military officials said Al-Qaeda was trying to rebuild and

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Biden: Killing of al-Qaida leader is long-sought 'justice'

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last week

Biden: Killing of al-Qaida leader is long-sought 'justice'

"As another 9 11 anniversary approaches President Biden says one of the attacks key planners has been killed Justice has been delivered The president says a weekend drone strike in Afghanistan killed eamon Al warri who was Osama bin Laden's top Al-Qaeda deputy during the attacks before taking over the group to the families of 9 11 victims Is my hope that this decisive actual bring one more measure of closure The president described alls of wari as a vicious killer whom U.S. intelligence tracked down in a Kabul house The operation is a significant counter terror win for the Biden administration the early a year after American troops left Afghanistan military officials said Al-Qaeda was trying to rebuild and still wanted to attack the U.S. Sagar Meghani Washington

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Nancy Pelosi Expected to Visit Taiwan

The Trish Regan Show

01:52 min | Last week

Nancy Pelosi Expected to Visit Taiwan

"Over the weekend, of course, you saw a lot of posturing. It seemed that The White House just wasn't really willing for whatever reason to come out and defend that Nancy Pelosi would be going to Taiwan. We're starting to see a shift in all of that right now as allegedly she is preparing for this trip to Taiwan. Nobody's been there since Newt Gingrich and that was one over 25 years ago at a time when things are in a very different place. I would say that tension with China today is far higher, far greater than what we've seen in the past. I also suspect we risk China will use this to try and stoke some of the nationalism it's trying to stoke right now given given that its economy is in shambles. I mean, heck, look at their GDP. I know President Biden keeps saying, hey, you know, we're the best. We're the prettiest girl at the dance without a whole bunch of lookers, my interpretation of what he's saying. He says we're still the best economy in the world. China had been doing fabulously well, right? Growing at such massive rates and that's down to the 2% range, well, they can't really survive. Growing at 2% given that mass population. So in order for Xi to keep his Jean Sequoia with the people, he's going to need something else. If he doesn't have a thriving economy and upward mobility, which I would argue, China, you just simply can not have because you don't have those basic freedoms in a state run environment like that. Even when they say it's capitalist. So he's going to do something to really still excite the people and I suspect there's going to some of the be some of this posturing going on and he'll use this. He'll use Pelosi's arrival in Taiwan.

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Biden hopes al-Qaida strike brings comfort to 9/11 victims

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last week

Biden hopes al-Qaida strike brings comfort to 9/11 victims

"President Biden says a weekend drone strike in Afghanistan killed Al-Qaeda's leader in his words delivering justice to a key 9 11 planner Aim and all zawari was Osama bin Laden's top deputy and took over Al-Qaeda in 2011 after navy seals killed bin Laden in Pakistan 11 years later this terrorist leader is no more The president says U.S. intelligence tracked all zawari to Kabul where he was hiding with his family sources say a CIA strike killed him there Sunday He will never again never again Allow Afghanistan to become a terrorist safe haven because he is gone and we're going to make sure that nothing else happens The president says he hopes also Ari's killing brings one more closure to families of 9 11 victims Sagar Meghani Washington

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Watch Live: Biden speaks after al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri killed in airstrike

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last week

Watch Live: Biden speaks after al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri killed in airstrike

"An AP source says a U.S. strike in Afghanistan killed top Al-Qaeda leader Ayman Al zawahiri A source tells The Associated Press top Al-Qaeda leader Ayman Al zawahiri was killed over the weekend in a U.S. Military strike in Afghanistan No other details were immediately available but The White House announced president Joe Biden would address the nation Monday night Al zawari was thought to have succeeded Osama bin Laden as Al-Qaeda's leader at his retirement news conference in June 2011 defense secretary Robert Gates said bin Laden had an advantage over Al Sari He had a peculiar charisma that

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"this weekend" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:41 min | 11 months ago

"this weekend" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Worst of the weekend is having a seizure at work. My best weekend is watching my Seattle Seahawks win this weekend. Wait. What happened to you at work? I had a Caesar. Armory Mt so that the perfect place to have a seizure, You know, could you paramedics watching me? You know, it's great. Okay. Okay. You might be the first person who's called who's best and worst of the weekend had to do with the seizure. I'll take it. Well, We're glad you're still with us there, Tyler Thank you. And I thought, he said he had a Caesar like he was having a Caesar salad. I'm going alright, A bad Caesar salad can ruin your day. There's no doubt about that. There's no doubt about somebody says, What's the worst thing that happened to you? This weekend? I had a Caesar Caesar salad and Caesar salad. You know that? They just can't get good crew tons, man. You know I can't get good croutons. Let's take a break. Last call for phone calls. What we learn what's in store tomorrow. Did you guys hear? Did you think he said seizure? He was blase about it. Like, Yeah, the seizure work and then went home. Yeah, club like, go hawks. She's like I came out on top at the end of the weekend. Yeah. All right. We'll take a break back after this. are you're probably in your car right now. And that means at some point you're going to have to fill up that gas tank. Why not get cash back when.

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"this weekend" Discussed on Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"this weekend" Discussed on Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

"So can you guys think of any adjectives. Be think to yourself. What are some adjectives. May maybe words like good fun. Exciting nice Hot cold ryan. All of these are adjectives are words. We used to describe things right. So let's take a look at an example conversation and see what kind of adjectives we use here. So let's say i m personnel. And i say hey. What are you going to do this weekend and you tell me. I'm going to see my favorite band in concert. I'm so excited. And i say that's good Conversation over so why why. What did we do here here. We used the adjective good. So we can tell when we look at person b's response right. They're very they even say they're excited in. It's their favorite band in. They're going to see them live so if we respond with low enthusiasm or a low energy adjective like. That's good. well that's a great way to make the conversation end right. Let's try again same question. What are you going to do this weekend. I'm going to see my favorite band in concert. I'm so excited that's awesome. Yeah i can't wait so here. I am Instead of just saying that's good if someone is telling me something. They're excited about or interested in right. Maybe their enthusiasm or excitement is high. I should meet them at that. Same level of excitement right to show them. I'm interested if i don't show them. I'm interested in what they are saying. We can't really keep the conversation going right so here. I just used the word awesome. That's awesome. That's a much stronger adjective. Then good right. So let's take a look at some different kinds of adjectives. We can use so here. We want to use strong powerful adjectives To show our interest into to meet the other person's enthusiasm and to show that we're really interested in what that person is saying so we can use words like awesome right not good or nice awesome. Amazing interesting or fascinating. These words are much stronger in a positive way. Right that's awesome. That's amazing that's so interesting. That's fascinating those all sound a lot better than just oh cool.

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"this weekend" Discussed on Z104

Z104

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"this weekend" Discussed on Z104

"Telegram It's a teeny tiny little box with real lace panties inside with a note from you. So you know, say, Say, you want to send a sexy message to your boyfriend? He opens the box. There's real panties inside a note from you that says guests who or Um, I have a surprise for you this weekend stuff like that. Uh, okay. So So what is the actual tries part then? I'm confused. Well, we pay for the product and the shipping, So it's sort of, um, I guess you could say it's a like a novelty gift like you pick someone to send it to and we take care of the rest. Oh, Okay. Um, well, that's Not really much of a prize, then. Oh, but listen, while I got you on the phone. I have a quick question for you. Sure, Go ahead. If I thought something from the website and it's still has tags on it, Can I return in 20 your stories like I don't have the receipt, though. So, but like I might have, like the digital line on my phone or something. Um, I'm not sure that's actually more for our customer service department. You know, I'm just here for giveaways and stuff. Uh, Okay. But, you know, speaking of the giveaway, is there anybody that you'd like us to send a pentagram too? I mean, maybe a boyfriend, husband or just a guy. You got your eye on? Well, I've got my eyes funny guys, but the problem is, none of them have theirs on made. Oh, I got you. Um I mean, maybe this will get their attention, though, you know. Yeah. No, I think I'm going to pass. But But thanks anyway. Are you sure? I mean there's nobody you want to send this to? It's totally free. Nope. That no one don't want to spend something like that Be right now. What about your husband? You think he'd like something like that? Uh, What What's that? I said, What about your husband? Don't you think he would like something like that Snap? I mean,.

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"this weekend" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

Mojo In The Morning

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"this weekend" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

"Mojo in the morning. Show your home of the phone scams war of the roses and the dirty on the thirty. So you guys like this. Do you guys get like self conscious about what to wear when you have to go somewhere. Allen is island is our producer and alan what do you have a bachelorette party this weekend have a bachelorette party this weekend yes a love bachelorette per if you get a call and text romy. Don't look and or read it..

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"this weekend" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"this weekend" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"It. Can be overwhelming to think about where to start. While we're excited about these reunions, post pandemic, It helps to manage our expectations as we hear from this weekend's Jennifer Cash Enka while you might be ready to get back out there and see your friends again, the process may be a little more complicated than you think. Here with some tips is Elizabeth Bernstein of The Wall Street Journal. Elizabeth. How do you start the process of reconnecting? Well, I think we need to do it with intention. There's this Eagerness. We can't wait to get out there. We do, miss people. We want to see them. But I think if we just jump back into the way our old social life was, we're going to become overwhelmed. We haven't seen a lot of people even our closest, nearest and dearest for more than a year. Many of us and so was he just jumped back in this a lot of catching up to do. You're going to get overwhelmed. Your article mentions that you should kind of make an a list. Why? Well, I think that we know who we really, really messed. You know, we missed everybody. But if you really stop and think about it, we know who we really missed the people that we want to see a soonest and the most going back. And so this gives us this pause. We took from from seeing people gives us the opportunity to come back and design our our friendship. And are sort of social life the way we want, So pick your a team, Sit down and lift the people that you missed. The people you want to reconnect with names will pop out at you who you want to see first and start there and another advantage to this pick. Your 18 is you're going to know who you want to reach out to. First, the woman that tone rings. You get a tax. You're going to notice the names that they're on your list. You're going to reconnect. I had this experience. Made my list. Then somebody will be a friend wrote me on a Saturday morning. Hey, want to catch up? It was a friend of my list. And it's like Jack, pick up the phone. Elizabeth. Don't just put it off until you feel like you're talk later today. So you're that list is going to help you. It's going to solidify who you want to talk to, and move forward. Do we have fewer friends now? Or a relationships? How much have they changed over the last year and and plus months they change an incredible amount of, uh, I think we knew this. But the research is striking. There's research from Yale sociologist named Marissa King and her colleagues did research during the pandemic, looking at how our social networks changed, and they found that our inner circle like again. Our nearest and dearest are our most inner circle of people shifted. Who was in that inner circle shifted during the pandemic, and it went from, you know, some family and many cents mostly family, and in fact are we had 20% fewer, very close friends during the pandemic that we kept in touch with, and that's a striking number. We're speaking with Elizabeth Bernstein of The Wall Street Journal, Elizabeth. Why is it important to maintain friendships? Friendship is really a lot built on friendship. I think we don't really realize that it's very important for our mental and our physical health. And and there again. There's a huge body of research that shows people who have friends. Solid friendship lived longer. They're healthier friendship decreases. Blood pressure decreases. Stress reduces the risk of depression increases longevity. It goes on and on. And then this is one of my favorite pieces of research. We are happier hanging out with our friends and we are with a romantic partner. Children. What if you meet up with somebody you decide to get together and that person wants to do nothing but recount bad stories tied to the pandemic, And that's the last thing you want to talk about, or vice versa. I think this is one of the things that's kind of pop up. We all had a hard year. We're going to get together. We're going to want to go through. Okay. How is your year? How is your your, but I think some of us, um, may be ready to move on. Great. You know, I want to catch up. I want to hear all it was, but let's move forward. Now. I think we're going to be surprised to find out friends had sometimes they have had even harder years than we knew. And in a in a normal time, a pre pandemic time we were used to catching up with our friends, so something was happening in their life. If we knew about it, you know, as it was popping up, and we heard about it Now, if we've been out of touch, you know, largely out of touch for a while. We're going to be surprised to find out Wow. Somebody's marriages on their own. Oh, I didn't know that person lost somebody. I didn't know that person was struggling with a health issue, and so Of course we all kind of want to move on. But I think of a good friend You want to you want to Basically brace yourself and prep yourself to be there to be supportive to know that something surprising they come up in the conversations as we get together. That's Wall Street Journal columnist Elizabeth Bernstein with This weekend's Jennifer Kush Enka 30 Minutes after the hour on this weekend. Mm hmm. Own a home. See how much you can save. Call me at 803 335157. This is Kevin Lyons.

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"this weekend" Discussed on Bro Bro Bro Bets

Bro Bro Bro Bets

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"this weekend" Discussed on Bro Bro Bro Bets

"As well. Yeah he did for for the show. Yesterday shot callers love callers. We'll get the phones fixed or next week. Definitely hopefully does fix week though. Yeah i got it thank you. We are also going to have brownback for the phones. Oh yes that's awesome. Wasn't he's supposed to have a horse. Pick brad brown actually tried to call into the phones today. I was getting tax about that. God phones do not work. We send you leave yet. Nobody leave he just reminded me that. Seekie cbd amdi official sponsor hammer. Don i don't know if that's true official sponsor but today there if you're not using the md what are you doing. Paul don't dono. I take it i take. Cb mvp 'em go sleep at night. Yeah some for my dog. Did you have doggie cd to how's it working haven't actually tried yet. I just got it okay. So you got it. Let us know how it works out. We'll do fill was in here the other day. Cfo fill came in here. The other day was doing the the role on cd md like freeze. Menthol relaxes the one. That's the one i freeze. Yeah yeah it's very nice. Cbd md takes care of us for pretty much everything -solutely and now what a deal dude. Kind of deal cd md. Get if you do this right now go on you get twenty five percents off. Yeah okay when you go to. Cb cb dot com and use promo code dot. Don dot done at checkout. That's probably got done dad at checkout cb md dot com don with us for what we like those people. They're they're good since good Good merch to people good hoodies thank you for the reminder route. That'd be back next week love. Ip brown tweeted picks in the morning. Yeah picks in the more. I probably won't pick up your will for sure i will fuck and actually no i. I'm actually pretty this weekend. So i probably will tell you i was hosting a bunch of people. Those were thank you. Those are good burgers. Dude heike you. let's go refunding from another one of our sponsors certainly nice this weekend beautiful. Hey get out there. Make some money hell. Yeah hamer dad..

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"this weekend" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"this weekend" Discussed on The big d zone

"This weekend while the definite of the expression take as needed. Because i have indictee medicine that i could take as needed. I take like pro. That an i take needed. This weekend flipped. Bill definitely flipped to bill today. Finally attendant finding all the took my mom. My mom medicine. That was crazy. We went from getting stiff off a pay full. We pay mill. Okay then i got emotional own my best friend. Yeah i got emotional. My best friend. We had a twenty debris. Drop me hacking and coughing and coughing hacking and then all of an on top of that. I couldn't go well. I didn't want to go to because it was too cold. And i didn't want jinked it because i was about to go to a hotel so do my video for the class and now i'm only going away for the class video because the other reason why this weekend thuc as coming up i mean ridiculous and not bad enough. I had to get a couple of orders. One that was that i was stiff at all. I had to call another person back to get do all the daughter which i did and then we'll do picnic picnic and in the video when i was trying to do the video. A me supporting the monthly that that we should have on a very started this trading that we were forced to give a year of i and some of us mostly almost two and a half years of alive to this crazy pandemic and i couldn't even get the damn video onto youtube. I'm the until i get to the hotels. Nellie i'm will be doing a Video of my class. But i also be doing The campaign video that originally started from here at the second alice. You know on this weekend sucks. I gotta take my med today my vitamin because this this weekend this weekend. Destroy me this weekend. Absolutely positively identified. Destroy me own a of that. I was trying to help with a business for something that just joined to help them out. I'm trying to help other bands of the dow. Oh please don't ban my page really. I'm trying to help you. I'll try to frigging help you out and you say you don't want me to pay and that's another thing that's another three. I don't. I don't plan on joining anymore unless the company gupta anything. It's already difficult to note that. I don't have fun for advertising Different business and especially show but don't want people to advertise on this on that include. I mean my land with the held the freedom of before been the people to what l. to freedom of for that what a weekend. What a weekend. I mean i d told us citizen. I had to d- told us in because he didn't want my hell. He told me the police. Donald top scant spamming and removed the moved website. Now only did that i do. I took those manton from took his mansion. What the hell audible being a state level. Playing field. Unbelievable does whole weekend with unbelievable pumping memorial day weekend. I have a speech that i'm going to be putting on later today. Taking truth for serving our country and for those that gave their lives for our country. I mean this weekend was hell this weekend with how old we get what hell..

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"this weekend" Discussed on Let's Talk Wellness Now

Let's Talk Wellness Now

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"this weekend" Discussed on Let's Talk Wellness Now

"They're kind of considered not really doctors are the stethoscope and you know put in centralized and things like that. Yeah so You know you can really get lost. And the that's not the way our bodies work we are integrated you know. Being right we have consciousness. we have spirit. We have a memory. We we have blood. We have all the the structure of our body. All the physical we have all the microorganisms organisms. That are in the community with ourselves. Right it's a very complex system. An order to truly address health. We have to address it comprehensively. So i've seen all different combinations of expressions of illness. For example i've seen mental distress or mental illness like anxiety or depression or things like that that are caused by purely biophysical costs. I've seen physical illness that was caused purely by a psychological costs but mostly most commonly there are a combination of factors like there might be a physical insult like a certain type of toxicity but it might be related related to some kind of trauma like a stress like because many times like. Let's say we're going through a divorce. For example well we would be under a lot of emotional trauma and that might lead us to break from our healthy lifestyle so crap. I'm gonna just you know binge on beer this weekend. Or or i'm gonna you know medicate myself with junk food. And then you have the combination of factors that you know sets off and then maybe the relationship is related to abandonment trauma from childhood. Yes he like. It brings all these things and if you if you leave any of those elements out of the equation as you're trying to restore yourself to health you're gonna you're gonna have lingering problems or it's going to come back in another future episode or you're not gonna get fully better and so it's really key to look at all of these elements and that's That really helped me being a psychiatrist because if one you know there were there were some benefits..

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"this weekend" Discussed on Christoph Trappe: Business Storytelling Podcast

Christoph Trappe: Business Storytelling Podcast

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"this weekend" Discussed on Christoph Trappe: Business Storytelling Podcast

"Probably we'll be way to do it. So basically the way. I envision it you have a content strategy map. This is what we're trying to do these topics whatever and then the computer can figure out. Okay this is most important less important. Whatever but that's still aways away you know so you still need content creators to do it but if you have usable data coming in that can then be turned into a good story. An interesting story. Most of the time you were flooring whether us narrative science i don't i don't know them. This is not a sponsor chill from them saw this weekend or another similar tool give it a try and i think i think it's we're trying and here's the other thing. I think it's always important to remember how to integrate. All these new things. And i've been in way too many systems on way too many projects where there were people who fought the new things make so they thought it's not the case. Podcasting is not going away. Podcasting is not going. Livestreaming is not going away. The internet is not going away all kinds of things not going away so you might as well embrace those things and basically integrated them into what you're doing back. In the day. I grew up as a writer. Then i went on tv. I didn't go into writing to be. But i'm an introvert i am canal goes but i've embraced all this new technology. I've embraced new things. I've learned marketing automation tools. I have learned different things that are interesting and important to understand when it comes to making my content go further and at the end of the day. That's really what we're all trying to accomplish. We want our content to perform. You might be aware of to performance. That's in my carousel on amazon anymore. But at the end of the day we want our content. Heather's i highlighted over on the live version content performance culture christoph trap you can search for them on amazon. Find it that way as well but integrating the right tools and the right price points can help you be more successful with your content..

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"this weekend" Discussed on Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"this weekend" Discussed on Learn English Podcast - English Danny Channel

"You'll get confidence out of did it and it worked and it did it again and it worked and then over time you're going to start to feel like hey i've been doing things and it's been working your consciousness will your your self consciousness will go away and those successes will build on each other so maybe set up situations for yourself where you can have some easy simple successes that build on each other. That might be something and then the are confident. You feel the more likely you to experiment and oh well. Now that i feel confident with these simple conversations let me add a little bit more. Maybe i'm really good at having that. Hey how are you. i'm good. Maybe next time. I'll ask a question like oh. What are you gonna do this weekend. Just something a little on their. You can kind of build as.

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"this weekend" Discussed on Fresh Anointing Show

Fresh Anointing Show

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"this weekend" Discussed on Fresh Anointing Show

"Protect her all of that he'd he had done to show that he had earned the right for her to trust you. Now we out trust the way too soon to people that we don't know that's not their fault. That's our fault. yeah you're right. It is our fault because again as you just said we we move to to quickly There's a teach this This leadership class that ended it talks about Having a trust account so you have a trusted cow with another person and then and then began making deposits and you can make deposits or you can make withdrawals from it. So i'm making karrada pop deposits along the way as we get to know each other as we get to experience each other's live together so now i'm making character deposits And then there's the deposit but there's also the withdrawal so i can with aiken make withdrawal so if you and i are great friends and you say hey man i i wanna talk to you about something but very very confidential. This is just between you. And i and you confide in me you trust you. Trust me with the information that you give me. However if i go behind your back and i tell somebody else and you've already told me no. This is confidential. Then guess what i have made a withdraw out of that trust to cow and then you on the other hand says well i don't i don't really know if i can trust you again because you you can i confide in you so i betrayed you. Are you still going to trust me. Well i say now you have to understand. Some people require a different degree of friendship. That other people. Now let me break that down for you. Some of those Extra versus some of us are introverts. Some people everything is confidential is private. don't tell nobody. I'm leaving town this weekend. I told you..

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"this weekend" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"this weekend" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The ongoing crisis in me and Mars had a devastating impact on one particular ethnic group Ro hinge a refugees forced to flee to cramp camps in Bangladesh. Battling the Corona virus and now being asked to relocate to a flood prone island news, our special correspondent Tania Rashid, reports. What were once homes, hospitals and schools at the world's largest refugee camp burned to ash as a massive fire rips through these makeshift settlements. 15 people were killed, 400 missing and tens of thousands displaced Three years ago. The Rohingya, a Muslim minority group, led a bloody military crackdown launched by the Myanmar military and police bordering Bangladesh. Mass killings of greats and arson drove close to a million into these sprawling camps in Cox's Bazar. In a report published in 2019, you went, investigators warned of genocidal intent. The Myanmar army denies that and claims it on. Lee acted against insurgent groups who attacked the police. But now these fires have uprooted these rocking goes, lives get again. Bangladesh authorities and agencies have been providing emergency assistance to over 45,000 homeless refugees. Since December, The Bangladeshi government has started moving more than 13,000 refugees from the overcrowded camps to bash on shore, a remote island in the Bay of Bengal. According to our local sources, the Bangladeshi government has offered those affected by the fires help with relocating there

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"this weekend" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"this weekend" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"So he had a great dinner. We had a big chocolate cake. Then we all sat down and watched the pliers get specked bro and it was the best birthday present besides my beautiful daughters and my wife that i could ever got man. It was a perfect night troy. Can you do me a favor and say. Shake it out guy for this weekend. That's raider i like you. Such as like scott extract out..

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"this weekend" Discussed on Hermit_Radio

Hermit_Radio

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"this weekend" Discussed on Hermit_Radio

"A very interesting thing. 'cause like it really has to like fall right into place like there's no effort from you. There's no effort from the universe. It feels like it just happens. And like i have i. I've noticed a lot of synchronous cities. If if you will up the things that i've been like saying and then like that personal pop up or like i'll say some things like something like i'll feel something's about to happen and then like as soon as i say it. It happens but it's not like a premonition. It's more like just a divine timing thing. Like i'm not like summoning it. It just happens to happen in that manner if it makes any sense yeah. You're you're sensing you're tapping into the frequency and very kind of being in the moment and like going with the flow like just feeling like the next turn of the current gonna go and like like just saying it out loud and then all the sudden you're in that little world pool of energy for a hot second and you're like that's been re this weekend in that flow state. Yeah yeah. But like i know rest for everybody's different thing 'cause i know like i said right before we started filming like i think my definition of rest or like the things that i need to do to kind of feel more myself right now are kind of changed back to like more of a doing something rather than a strict rest which seems like a contradiction but link. As long as you're refilling yourself in that kind of manner. I feel like it still falls under the category of rast because it's rejuvenating the mentioned our in the beginning. 'cause people seem to think that rest is like a static state but it's actually not all because even when you are limiting him net or not moving physically you have these involuntary biological workings that are marvelously keeping you thriving and like you know your cells reproduce the right word..

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"this weekend" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"this weekend" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"It's okay you know it's economical. It happens to me frequently as well. Gee i can't get to the butcher this weekend because they have to work or something else. But i knew the next weekend. Yeah those are the things like that that differentiate that kinda of that kind of stuff and you're going to automate certain things. Of course it's wintertime now so i carry a lot of water because you know you can only bipolar out so far again capital. How much underground you know where we live. How many how. Much underground water. Do i.

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"this weekend" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"this weekend" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"On the line. Who wants me to check up on her boyfriend Crystal. What's going on? I have a boyfriend. He is a gym trainer. And lately he's just been Kind of working late like I feel like the gym. Don't even close that rate. It's Cove it, it should be closing early. And I don't really know what's going on. Something's very suspicious is going on. And I want to see if you can help me out just as a woman. I can relate to that, like cut feeling, But But what more than anything is making you feel so insecure about your relationship. Not what it used to be. You know, he would tell me. I'm beautiful. He would make me feel like I was just at the top of the world. Now he's just been so distant. He's on his phone a lot. You know, he's always working. He's always saying I'm not work. I'm at work, and it's like, how long can you spend at the gym like it? Have you seen that point? Have you tried asking him or talking to him about these feelings that you've been having an e? I do. He just brushes me off. It's like Oh, you're tripping over your trip in like, what am I tripping on? I'm not tripping. Like I know what I feel, You know? Well, crystal. What's your boyfriend's name? Justin. How long have you guys been together? Ah, year and, uh huh City work this weekend. You keep did like this weekend. Okay. Look, tell you what, his shorts. I know It sounds weird, but I might need this for my phone call. He didn't have shorts on. He has great sweats on all right, girl. Well, coming up next, we're gonna call Crystal's boyfriend to see what he's really been doing. And you know, she just wants to know if he still committed to their relationship or if he's cheating on the low, its power 106. Power Windows.

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"this weekend" Discussed on Desperate Pastor Podcast

Desperate Pastor Podcast

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"this weekend" Discussed on Desperate Pastor Podcast

"It's easy to go through the motions and do it to get it done and do it to get it done in like you said it's not scalable in any ministry whether students children's at all whatever it is but i think it's interesting We have a retreat. Coming up here soon and we're gonna leaders meeting this weekend. Whatever and obviously plenty of delegating happening in the meeting. But i also don't want overdo the leaders because they're take giving other time but i think at retreat. I think it's interesting if you've ever been on one or if you've ever been leading one us four have we know it takes a lot to do it and to do well and to be prepared for just about anything and so It takes a lot of delegating a lot of hands and so. I think it's interesting when you come back away from that on a given evening whatever you think about small groups It's an interesting thing. We're going to try and start. I'm here right after the retreat in. So it's a it's an interesting thing trying to empower and give them the comfortable. Because for some reason i think some people are like. I just don't know if i could do that. I don't know i'm trying to. I'm learning so i'm not here like oh this is how you do so but it's interesting like i would hope that w- whenever you something for somebody to do i would hope that. They are comfortable and confident in knowing what they're needing to do and do it well kind of thing so it's like getting from that point of. Hey i need help. I'm going to ask this person. But how how do i get that person to feel comfortable confident in able this thing amassing. I think that's the. That's the key thing. Because i could easily like you do this do that do that. You do that. And if i don't do anything to help him. Yeah it's all gonna founder senators mobile things..

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