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Gas prices are soaring

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00:39 sec | 1 hr ago

Gas prices are soaring

"Gas prices are soaring gas is three thirty three a gallon on average says the triple a that's up about six cents and one week up a dollars sixteen cents over the past year this means that it now costs you about seventeen dollars more to fill up your tank compared to a year ago says the trip allay and experts say it's only going to get more expensive why Patrick DeHaan of gasbuddy blames those supply chain problems and low inventories of oil natural gas and coal worldwide here at home gas is cheapest in the south the Midwest priciest in the west I'm Rita folate

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Colin Powell dies at 84 due to complications from COVID-19

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00:40 sec | 2 hrs ago

Colin Powell dies at 84 due to complications from COVID-19

"The first black man to serve as both the nation's chief military officer and top diplomat has died his family says Colin Powell has passed away at eighty four of covert nineteen complications noting he'd been fully vaccinated the world lost one of the greatest leaders that we have ever witnessed defense secretary Lloyd Austin called Powell a mentor Powell served as joint chiefs chairman under both Republican and democratic presidents earning a stellar reputation which was later tarnished as secretary of state he made the bush administration's case for war against Iraq in two thousand three the gravity of this moment is

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Secret Joe Manchin ‘Agreement’ With Chuck Schumer Leaves Democrats Scrambling

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:51 min | 2 hrs ago

Secret Joe Manchin ‘Agreement’ With Chuck Schumer Leaves Democrats Scrambling

"I was unaware of the mansion letter to Schumer, and you report that House Democrats were too. Would you tell us what that letter was and why I didn't know about it and White House Democrats are upset about it? Well, a couple. This has been out for a while actually political did break the letter story a long time ago. Joe Manchin and Chuck Schumer had a kind of secret agreement so to speak basically where Manchin said he would only spend the 1.5 trillion of the reconciliation bill. Here's what I would fake you. And I think you know this and I think a lot of people are beginning to realize it. A majority is only as strong as its weakest link, right? It's most conservative or most liberal member. And Joe Manchin is the linchpin for everything Democrats want. And so people can demonize him, which is fine. You're allowed to have a you're allowed to have one is allowed to have opinions about lawmakers. But anything they want to get done has to go through Joe Manchin and that's just something they need to become more and more comfortable with. So there is a trillion and a half dollar cap. It's called the mansion cap. Now I miss the letter, I missed the whole story. I knew that Joe Manchin has always been upset with the idea of three and a half trillion, but he voted to advance it. So I thought, so I missed the entire story. I read about it in punch bowl. Why did they not just from the beginning, deal with it? If Joel, if you got 50 votes and 50 against you, you've got to have match and mansion says a 1 trillion 5 and then cinema underneath that cap has her own demands as to every other Democrat in the Senate. They should have been I agree. I thought it was crazy for them to vote for three and a half $1 trillion budget. Not because it was three and a half trillion, but because they never were going to three and a half trillion. So I don't know why they got themselves all ends up for that. But the left wanted 6 trillion or 10 trillion. So, you know, that's kind of the reality they were facing. And now they have to deal with that. They have to deal with the fallout from that.

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Trump expected to give deposition in protesters' lawsuit

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00:47 sec | 3 hrs ago

Trump expected to give deposition in protesters' lawsuit

"Donald Trump is scheduled to provide a deposition in New York today in a case about his security teams crackdown on a protest during the early days of his presidential campaign according to court papers the former president will record the deposition at trump tower the lawsuit stems from a September third twenty fifteen protest outside the tower over negative comments trump made about Mexican immigrants six of the protesters said they were roughed up and there is video of the incident state Supreme Court judge Doris Gonzalez denied an effort by trump to quash a subpoena ordering him to testify the judge said trump's argument that there must be exceptional circumstances to depose a high ranking government official did not apply because he was being called to answer for conduct outside of office I'm Julie Walker

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Colin Powell dies at 84 due to complications from COVID-19

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00:40 sec | 3 hrs ago

Colin Powell dies at 84 due to complications from COVID-19

"Retired general Colin Powell has died from cold with nineteen complications Powell was the first African American to serve as joint chiefs chairman under George H. W. bush and secretary of state under George W. bush who calls Powell highly respected at home and abroad his reputation though was stained in two thousand three when he went before the U. N. security council to make the U. S. case for war against Iraq citing faulty information that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction Powell's family says he was fully vaccinated against Kobe nineteen before dying of complications at age eighty four Sager

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Protestors disrupt flame lighting for Beijing Winter Games

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00:45 sec | 4 hrs ago

Protestors disrupt flame lighting for Beijing Winter Games

"Three activists protesting human rights abuses in China broke into the archaeological sites where the flame lighting ceremony for the two thousand and twenty two Beijing winter Olympics was being held and run toward the newly that's towards holding it's about ten flag and a banner that read no genocide games the protesters climbed over a fence to enter the grounds and attempted to reach the temple of Hera where the ceremony was being held they were thrown to the ground by police and detained the flame was lit at the birthplace of the Asian Olympics in southern Greece under heavy police security earlier other protesters were detained by Greek police before they could reach the site pro democracy protests also had broken out during the lighting ceremony for the two thousand eight Beijing Summer Games I'm sorry I. Shockley

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 Ford to make electric power units in northwest England

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00:32 sec | 6 hrs ago

Ford to make electric power units in northwest England

"Three hundred and fifteen million dollars to turn a transmission factory in north west England into a plan that will make electric power units for cars and trucks sold throughout Europe the carmaker says that the Halewood plant will begin producing the power units which replaced the engine and transmission used in internal combustion engines by mid twenty twenty four capacity is planned to be around two hundred fifty thousand units a year Ford says investment includes a support from the British government though it did not specify the amount Ford

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Jury selection to start in trial over Ahmaud Arbery's death

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00:43 sec | 7 hrs ago

Jury selection to start in trial over Ahmaud Arbery's death

"Jury selection begins today in the trial of three white men in Georgia charged in the death of a black man jogging in their neighborhood in February of last year hundreds of people were ordered to report for jury duty selection could last two weeks or more father and son Greg and Travis McMichael and their neighbor William Roddy Bryant are charged with murder and other crimes prosecutors say a model every was merely jogging in the defendant's neighborhood just outside the port city of Brunswick defense attorneys insist the three men committed no crimes and thought armory was responsible for break ins Arby's father says he's praying for an impartial jury and a fair trial saying black crime victims too often have been denied justice I'm Julie Walker

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Update on the latest sports

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01:00 min | 9 hrs ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports I'm Josh Rowntree major league baseball's NLCS the Atlanta Braves now hold a two oh series lead Eddie Rosario singled home the winning run in the ninth inning to send the Braves past Los Angeles Dodgers five to four we're sorry you had four hits for Atlanta in the NFL the Arizona Cardinals remain the NFL's only unbeaten team and continue their best start since nineteen seventy four Kyler Murray tied a career high with four touchdown passes in the cardinals improved to six now with a thirty seven fourteen dismantling of the Browns also around the NFL on Sunday night football TJ white forced a strip sack of Seattle Seahawks starter Geno Smith in overtime as the Steelers moved to three and three on the year with a twenty three twenty when dak Prescott three thirty five yard touchdown pass to CeeDee lamb in overtime to give the cowboys a thirty five twenty nine victory over the patriots Aaron Rodgers passed for two touchdowns and ran for another in the Packers fifth straight win twenty four fourteen at Chicago the March Jackson threw for one hundred sixty seven yards and a touchdown while the ravens frustrated Justin Herbert in a thirty four six stifling of the Chargers I'm Josh Rowntree AP sports

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Watt forces fumble in overtime, Steelers edge Seahawks 23-20

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 10 hrs ago

Watt forces fumble in overtime, Steelers edge Seahawks 23-20

"TJ was forced fumble in overtime help set up Chris Boswell's thirty seven yard field goal giving the Pittsburgh Steelers a twenty three twenty win over Seattle what the **** did three passes had seven tackles and two sacks but it was the strip sack of Gino Smith in overtime that proved to be the game's biggest play Ben Roethlisberger pass for two hundred twenty nine yards and a touchdown running back Najee Harris racked up one hundred twenty seven yards of offense the Steelers are three and three Smith helped rally Seattle back from down fourteen nothing at half he passed for two hundred nine yards and a touchdown while the Seahawks now two and four ran for two hundred nine yards as a team Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh

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Raiders begin post-Jon Gruden era with 34-24 win at Denver

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 13 hrs ago

Raiders begin post-Jon Gruden era with 34-24 win at Denver

"Derek Carr sliced up the Denver defense for three hundred forty one yards and two touchdowns in leading the raiders to a thirty four twenty four victory Denver QB teddy Bridgewater threw a season high three interceptions and lost a fumble negating is three hundred thirty four yards passing and three touchdowns the raiders stopped a two game skid just days after head coach Jon Gruden stepped down over racist misogynistic and homophobic comments in emails discovered during an investigation into the Washington football team Max Crosby had three sacks in helping the raiders send the Broncos to their third consecutive loss into three you know start on the ferry

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Cousins throws TD pass in OT; Vikings beat Panthers 34-28

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00:42 sec | 13 hrs ago

Cousins throws TD pass in OT; Vikings beat Panthers 34-28

"The Vikings pulled out of thirty four twenty eight win over the Panthers on Kirk cousins twenty seven yard scoring strike to K. J. Osborne on the first possession of overtime cousins threw for three hundred seventy three yards and three touchdowns against the league's top ranked pass defense it's not the way you want to win every week you know you want to do when a little cleaner but our the way our team found a way and I thought our defense did a tremendous job all game long Adam Thielen finished with eleven receptions for one hundred twenty six yards and a touchdown for Minnesota which reached the end zone three times after intermission after failing to score a second half TD in his previous four games Sam Darnold finished just seventeen of forty seven for two hundred seven yards and one touchdown with two turnovers I'm the ferry

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Dak Prescott's heroics bail out Cowboys in OT win over Patriots

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00:31 sec | 15 hrs ago

Dak Prescott's heroics bail out Cowboys in OT win over Patriots

"Dak Prescott threw a thirty five yard touchdown pass to see the lamb in overtime giving the cowboys a thirty five twenty nine win over the patriots New England lead until Prescott engineered a forty yard drive that ended with Greg's airlines forty nine yard field goal that sent it into overtime the teams traded five scores in the final period three in the last two and a half minutes before Dallas be bill Belichick for the first time in their last six meetings Trayvon digs gave the cowboys a brief lead in the fourth quarter with the seventh interception of the season taking it forty two yards for a score I'm the ferry

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Larson wins at Texas for 1st spot in NASCAR's championship 4

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00:30 sec | 15 hrs ago

Larson wins at Texas for 1st spot in NASCAR's championship 4

"The years windows driver left nothing to chance by clinching a spot in the championship finals with a dominant performance in Texas Kyle Larson led two hundred and fifty for the three hundred and thirty four laps it wouldn't his eighth race of the year the wind didn't come as easily though was the lap count appears as he had to survive three restarts in the final sixty laps to get the win Larson also won the all star race at Texas earlier this year William Byron finished second Christopher bell was third Brett McMillan fort worth

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Mahomes, Chiefs bounce back to beat Washington 31-13

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00:44 sec | 17 hrs ago

Mahomes, Chiefs bounce back to beat Washington 31-13

"Patrick Mahomes threw for three hundred ninety seven yards in three second half touchdowns as the chiefs beat Washington thirty one thirteen homes got hot after throwing two interceptions before half time he found to retail for a short TD late in the third quarter to put Kansas city ahead then hit to Marcus Robinson for a twenty four yard score with three fourteen left guys had to dig deep into today obviously the first I think of the way we wanted to I love defense a great job of keeping us in the game and then in the second half is executed executed better the chiefs defense was effective limiting Washington to two hundred seventy six yards and holding an opponent under twenty nine points for the first time this season Taylor Heinicke was twenty four of thirty nine for one hundred eighty two yards one touchdown and an interception I'm the ferry

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Joe Burrow throws 3 TDs as Bengals rout winless Lions 34-11

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00:45 sec | 17 hrs ago

Joe Burrow throws 3 TDs as Bengals rout winless Lions 34-11

"Joe burrow tied a career high with three scoring passes for the bangles and a thirty four eleven route of alliance managing mental errors in the first half that are uncharacteristic of some guys and one second half we really executed well up front and execute all of our players well we don't have any mental where's pearl finished nineteen of twenty nine for two hundred seventy one yards including a twenty four yard touchdown pass to rookie running back Chris Evans on the game's opening drive he also tossed a short pass to Joe Mixon on fourth down that the running back turned into a forty yard score on the opening possession of the second half giving Cincinnati a seventeen nothing lead the foreign to Bengals already have equaled last year's win total Jared Goff was twenty eight of forty two for two hundred two yards averaging less than five yards per attempt on the ferry

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Stafford throws 4 TDs, D forces 4 TOs, Rams rout Giants

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00:31 sec | 17 hrs ago

Stafford throws 4 TDs, D forces 4 TOs, Rams rout Giants

"Los Angeles rams came east and out classed the giants thirty eight to eleven trailing three to nothing Los Angeles scored twenty eight points in the second quarter is Matthew Stafford got its offense going he was twenty two of twenty eight for two hundred and fifty one yards with four touchdowns giants quarterback Daniel Jones twenty nine of fifty one he was sacked four times with three interceptions and a fumble safety Taylor Rapp with two of the interceptions full as Angelus who said at five in one while the giants fell to one in five might make you so east Rutherford New Jersey

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 Ravens shut down Herbert, Chargers in 34-6 victory

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00:41 sec | 18 hrs ago

Ravens shut down Herbert, Chargers in 34-6 victory

"Lamar Jackson threw for one hundred sixty seven yards and a touchdown while the defense shut down Justin Herbert as the ravens beat up on the Chargers thirty four to six each of Baltimore's three veteran running backs Latavius Murray levy on bell and Avantor Freeman scored touchdowns the defense held the Chargers to just two hundred eight total yards impressing Jackson awesome everyday going on in the final round of stuff like that it was tremendous to watch those guys do what they do well we all know they can do we've got to keep you know offices especially Jackson hit mark Andrews with a touchdown pass from nine yards out Herbert finished with a touchdown pass but only one hundred ninety five yards through the air Craig

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"three g" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

Mojo In The Morning

05:04 min | 2 months ago

"three g" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

"It sounds like she just thinks of him as a friend actually was my girlfriend. We're we're just gonna meet up for dinner. I'm glad you brought that up because their Interaction with each other has become flirtatious to the point that they have done the flirtatious type of stuff. Okay with each other. Or has she just been nice to a guy who was flirting and he was interpret del sending sending pictures mir pictures of her and her underwear and stuff like that to this guy so that is and i wasn't going to like he told me that i'm like going okay. She send you completely mixed messages. She was looking just to get a free meal for her friend or something. Yeah have you ever been third wheel for somebody like. Have you ever been or every thirty all the time. Now okay. i'm a fifth wheel. I'm a seventh wheel. I'm a ninth wheel. i'm the wheel. I am the wheel all time. Hey everybody the wheels on the bus go round and round weight but is that because of your relationship and pretty much like the majority of my really close friends are in relationships so if they invite me out and they're going out as couples. I'm very grateful that they still include me and the capitals inviting you. It's not one person inviting the other person didn't realize you're right. I think that you know everybody wants to be safe and dating needs to be that way. But here's somebody that wasn't just meeting on an app you know and saying. Hey let's you know swipe hair and meet me out here. She knows this person yes she she definitely knows them. And they've they've had you know lots of conversations with each other What do you think about this. Ellen what do you think about the Her bringing this friend with the third meal. Many many times. I've been weird if you like. I think it's weird if you knew it was a date and you brought her usually when another real like. Oh we're going to go get drinks and date or dinner. Isn't that plan. I keep more casual time yet yet. Seven three four is a point is maybe she wanted a threesome but i guess they would have brought it up. It would be. I mean with the amount of food that this girl eight at this particular aren't going to be and and all the leftovers. She had to go get a refrigerator. I take him leftovers. There is nothing wrong. There's nothing wrong..

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"three g" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

06:47 min | 4 months ago

"three g" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"Without going to nine threes. Don't stop wow. I hadn't ever heard it put like that. I just was thinking of the nine as the negative part of me. Yeah but that. A hundred percent identifies. I had example that came to my mind so after college went through a really bad break up and it totally came out of work field. Everything was going great. I mean this is totally took me off guard. Well the night that it happened the next day. I was supposed to bring the theme with cakes. Here is ridiculous. I supposed to bring a carrot cake to my friends bridal showers you no Yeah so she had a bridal shower the next morning at like ten. Am a bridal brench. I was supposed to bring a layer cake. And i got home. From that break-up. I was absolutely devastated but like there was this like my heart was beating out of my chest and i was like i can't let her down. I have to take this cakes. I mean literally balling crying making a kick. There was probably tears in that carrot cake. But i was determined to three in me was like i'm not going to stop this stupid situation. You know like i was. I was turned off my feelings and i just did it and i went to the party next day and brought the cake and then went home and cry myself to sleep for weeks. You know it was like i still did it. I didn't want to. I mean i guess. In some ways you can see the loyalist part of me wanting to fulfill what i told her i was going to do. But that's also the achiever but on the other hand like i needed to take care of myself in that moment and i. There was some internal engine that i couldn't shut off that i had to make cake for her. What do you think justin. I think that's a great way to frame it. I never thought about that either. But one of the things that i love about myself was i wake up and i'm ready to me too. I love that about myself to go. Let's go yeah and like me and my wife are different in that in that she is evening person. Not a person right number. Does she identify as i think. Nine nine yeah so. She thought she was a six. But i think she may be nine and So are paces are very different. So you know that that idea of nine being disconnected for me. Disconnection is like leaving part of my identity. You know like the disconnection or or or not having that motivation night. So i wake up in the morning. I'm ready to go. My wife is like you need to relax right. I mean to slow down. It is not you know. So roy d. Wake up five. Yeah about you emma. I'm not a super early morning riser. But i do get a lot of stuff done that last few hours tonight. I'll stay up late to do it. Yeah so for me to disconnect and just take the time to just breathe. Relax you have to give myself permission to do that. Because you do need to recharge but again like having that as a badge of honor one get up and just grabbed the bull by the horns and get everything. I loved it and it's funny. I'm similar to you anywhere. I say that i'm doing. I want to get all those things done so that i can rest and that is the ultimate goal. I'm thinking in my head. I'm working towards but then when i finally sit down i mean i'll joke i'll sit down for twenty minutes and then i'll be like so antsy to do something again and i'll feel lazy. I'll start to like if i'm at home for weekend by myself and i didn't have a full weekend worth of even if it wasn't seeing people doing a lot of things errands and things like that. I really start to doubt what my purposes. What my goal is what i'm working towards am i. You know it's kind of crazy. Yeah even on vacation. I've got to not do anything. Like i'm just going to go on vacation in not do anything because i take time i sit there and i'm like man i could do this. I do like you just like going through this list of things that you could do. You plan itineraries okay. No you're not that far. No i don't and i think that's important like of playing tonight ten very i'd be like okay come on. Let's get this thing going. That's literally job on her family vacations. The second youngest child per se chandler union vacations. Yes do that. But it's the game trip to the and i'm sure it's great to like i'm glad to hear that your family like you and your wife don't do that. That don't have itin race for that right. And that's a good thing because i'm usually pushing the pace right like a okay. Come on. let's go and keeping everybody on time. Everybody stepped like you've been you know keeping the pay's going making sure we're getting the places where we need to all that kind of but on vacation that's not a great thing right like it's okay if you're not. Yeah at the restaurant at a particular time to be there and make sure you get good seats in. you know. Don't have to wait like it's okay. You could just relax alike giving myself permission. Just like the foot off. The gas pedal yeah. Vacations are sometimes a double edged sword for me. Because you go into it thinking you need all this rest and you just want to relax. But actually i don't know have a tendency towards like over indulging or if that's not our number or not but if there's three or four let's say i was working every single day leading up to vacation and vacation for seven days straight. I didn't do anything i'm like. I just derailed all my progress. I've been working on. Also you physically. Don't feel like i. I need to remember at the end of day. I work out because it makes me feel better. I just feel. And i'm more clear headed and there's so many other benefits than just the changes in physical appearance and so actually. This christmas was the first time we have this big itinerary but this christmas was the first time me into of my and a sibling. Who all are now into crosthwaite together. We found a drop in cross that location in florida that we went to and three mornings we got up and we went and we all texted later that week. We were like our family gave us. Ito made fun of us. Because i thought oh you so you don't have to work out on vacation but y'all don't know what it did for me the rest of the day i was like i got that checked off. I did something that was productive and healthy for my body. And now i feel like i can really enjoy and so honestly it was. It wasn't the negative the negative thing it was like i need to do one thing or something whether it sit and do a five or ten minute devotion on the morning of you know each morning on vacation or get a workout in a walk just something that makes me that helps me get filled so that could be fully present with everybody else the rest of the time the nfl. Like i have a lot of energy. I got like my energy is going to go somewhere towards like the best thing to do is for me to just exhaust myself in that. Can now. I can relax like having all this. You can tap into your ready goats. Like where's this going. And so when me and my family get together and We'll get together around thanksgiving time like we play board games and stuff like emmy and my brothers were all threes. Oh my gosh yeah. It's so good like we. We're playing like apples in apples to apples and it was just it. Got out of control off competitive. We're all trying to win. We got all this.

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"three g" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

05:19 min | 4 months ago

"three g" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"Their abilities and culturally. We settle for the abilities. Well yobbo take furious notes. That was really good. Yeah she talked about a number of different things that because she said threes are disconnected from feelings. And that's something that i deny if i with a lot especially growing up For me appearance emphasis on grades. So i made the best grades. It's like oh grades thing. Okay watch this. You know made the best grades and there was a incentivize making good grades too so you best believe so. It was all about great so it was funny. Almost second Born i have an older brother a younger brother a younger sister and brother make all the mistakes. And so i would watch that and say okay. I get it. That's how you mess up. And i just avoided that and then poured myself into what it meant to achieve in. I did that and you know. I saw my brother have girlfriends and break up in. You know have heartbreak in watch that affect his day. And i was just like okay. I'll just disconnect myself from that feeling. So that i can just be focused on results and You know she said that threes are easy to take advantage of. Yeah java heard that before. I had not heard that before but it could be so true. Yeah absolutely so. The world values outcomes right. So as i'm a having being successful like people applaud that but they don't realize the disconnection from feelings that can occur in order to prioritize achievement. So that was really insightful. Well it'll brutal. Yeah emma d think nashville is a three city like she thinks dallas is a city. I think so. I mean i feel like some of the artists i know and the performance i know are threes. Not all of them. Some of them are more introspective. And things like that but the threes that i know or some summit artists i know are threes. When we're trying to find guests it feels like finding a male or female. Three is like shooting fish in a barrel here and so it feels like there are a lot in our city. What did you think emma. Based on what suzanne was saying. I think i resonate to with the disconnected from emotions and feelings so my family dynamic is. I grew up as one of eight kids. Five older brothers one older sister and one younger sister. So i'm the second to youngest so definitely the one of the babies if not you know like on that side of things and One of my earliest memories. I don't know if i've ever told you this any but like literally. This happened at our dinner table. Because there's ten voices if you count our parents all trying to chat about their day. My parents do. We're gonna have as many kids we're going to have order here and there is going to be you know are going to be that perfect home school family who all the kids are well behaved and so we were definitely like if we would get sent series if we knocked over a glass of milk or something anyways we would get thirty seconds or a minute around the dinner table one by one to tell talk about our day and to share our stories so very quickly i realized one. I can't talk to talk like you know people who they grew figure they women especially get to the end of their thought after a lot of processing processing so i was never allowed to really do that so when i became very very calculated like in my head literally and i did this for years after that until college and i realized i do this but like literally coming up with sentences that was going to say before they before i spoke them and i never realized that was unhealthy. I thought it was just a me thing. I didn't know if it was. I didn't know anything about any graham. And i didn't really relate it to my childhood until recently but in the other part was i learned that if i wanted to. Wow my audience. Which was my family. At the time i needed to tell either like a sob story to get emotions or i needed to tell an amazing story about my whatever achievement for the day. Something crazy that. I saw to to get them to notice me and then also with grades i got a lot of you know i was able to get and it was more than my parents. I was trying to get my parents not as much my siblings. Definitely i wanted my parents attention and so with my dad. I i got it through good grades putting on a pretty dress in parading around the house and with my mom. She was a housewife and cleanliness and organization. So i i would help her in the kitchen all the time and i would make meals and then i would run up and organize my whole closet and say mom and grabbed her by the arm and that was only time i could physically take her away from her task at hand to show her how i was helping her around the house so definitely have a very strong too and i don't know what you're doing. Yeah so i think. But i. I definitely learns. I thought that was joy or that was was to do these things that make other people around me happy and never gave one thought to how that affects me and what i feel at the end of the day so that can go to that taking advantage of threes and the weird thing about it is being three if you're taking advantage of you almost don't even realize it because if you're three wing to like like we are you get something out of that. Yeah i get something out of serving. Yes so it's like you're performing you're achieving. And.

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"three g" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

08:48 min | 4 months ago

"three g" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"Fun podcast. Welcome to any a summer. Twenty twenty one gram threes emma adjusted. How are you doing good okay. So y'all met before correct first time. Does that make you have any feelings about sitting down with someone. You don't know today this. I don't have any feelings. I feel like she's a three so like this is going to be great. I mean i like the way. He responded in the email thread that we had expired. Felt like i if he didn't respond to any of genesis questions or communication. I think i would have already had image of ear like perspective on you but you were really nice like look forward to meeting you so now i feel i feel good. That is one of our favorite parts is watching what time people get here for the interview because every numbers different and how long it takes his schedule. The show how quickly people respond. We always get that three on the calendar. Those right yeah did it. Let's introduce yourself so just go. I just first name married single if you want. How many kids if you want and what. Your job is just as much about yourself as you want to tell. Yeah cool so my name is justin married for coming up on fifteen years on may twenty seventh and we have two kids a thirteen year old son and a ten year old daughter and a campus pastor for the franklin campus for cross pointe church. So that's new and that's a whole thing. I actually went to school to be a pharmacist. And feel like the lord kinda called me out of that into this role they recently so Yeah that's that's that's me. You're the dream. Come campus pastor because you're such a well respected elder and so it just makes so much sense that someone we've trusted through some really wild times. Good and bad now gets to be our pastor to hopefully thank you. What thankful clear the pastor. Emma who are you. Everybody knows i know so. My name's emma. I have worked here with anne for little under a year. Y'all coming up on a year actually worked for kelly. Who is annie's manager. So i'm on the management team and recently are called my day to day manager. Yes basically i handle all the details and Married i got married almost a year ago as well. July twenty fifth Husband's eli we have a dog named reagan's who we love. He's a golden retriever. Of course i bring him up in a few minutes and live here in nashville. We bought a house last year. Got married last year so a lot of changes from atlanta originally vm. To there was on the show with us was a friend of y'alls realized best friends. Danny he yeah. People didn't get the to show. They should go back. Justin how did you figure out you identify with being a three man. So i wasn't super familiar with the graham and then it just coming up in conversation and somebody sent me a test to take. And i took the test and as i was reading the description of three i was like. Oh man okay are any out of my head is me. That is all me. What part sweat parts really stood out the the motivations the competitiveness the Wanting to have others approval wanting to be respected and thought of as effective and productive and like wanting to be the guy like all that i'm just really like ooh that's all there was no hesitation. There was nothing that i didn't connect you with spot on spot on. Yeah so i was after that. I was pretty intrigued. Okay they're onto something. Were you proud or were you bothered or both. I wasn't proud or bothered. It was more like. Oh yeah like identify with that guy like that language describes me so. I don't know that i was necessarily proud. As i learned about any gimmick being introduced him. I felt like god had already been working on my. I don't know what was maybe three shared three sixty what the correct yasha started. The lord had already been working on that. So there are some things that i felt like I have been working through and working on and kind of getting through the that puts language to right. So you you're already doing the emotional mental health journey to getting healthier. And you're going. Oh some of this is exactly what i've been working on absolutely so that was super helpful with contextualising. Not only where. I am but a lot of the stuff that i felt like i was already working on a hardware. Yeah emma your journey to three is very interesting. We thought was about eight other numbers in this in this world but talk about how you knew you identified as the three i think when i similarly when i first heard about the grand i think i just read through the name the title of each one was and i saw two as a helper and i have always loved to cook and bake and hospitality is really near and dear to my heart so i think i thought oh i'm a helper and then i found out later like all christian girls think i right and so then when i read the read back to you and i yeah took the quiz and did all that i remember reading the three and i was saying i was like oh no this. It fell a little more like exposing. I felt like this. I identify with this so much but if someone reads this they're gonna know that's me and it was almost like not totally ashamed for it but i just don't think earth shamed of it but i had never put some of those words. I never let even myself admit some of those things like that. I get something from performing and achieving that there's like a high involves and i was embarrassed about that like i thought that that was negative but then i realized the more i was like well. This is obviously a character. Trait up in god's given me in that i have and it can't be all wrong that i it felt like it's wrong to get a high from or to get joy. Or whatever it is satisfaction fulfillment from having others. Think i'm awesome or cool and both of you are in kind of ministry center jobs if not quite you and i aren't pasturing here you more public facing. Yeah yeah. how does your three three city. How do you temper the performance part when it comes to ministry or do you not do. Just reframe it. Motivation is really important. Okay the why behind what you do. Why behind what you do because you know as a three you have this motivation to achieve this motivation to be productive and You know the scripture. About how james and john's bomb came to jesus as i want my one of my sons to sit on your hand the other one to sit on your left and jesus didn't say that's a bad thing right. He's like number one. You don't know what your before number two that's not mind to grant and then he talks about if you wanna be exalted in you have to be humbled and if you If you are proud then you will be humbled right so like that. It number one made me feel like okay. It's okay to achieve right like it's okay to be productive. It's okay to do things for the kingdom but if you want to do things for the kingdom you gotta humbled like you have to humble yourself. So it actually provides the correct structure. Or the god's way of getting things done because as a three. I feel like okay. I got it. I know what to do. A don't worry everybody. I got this. And i'm ready to go forward headlong but instead of leaning on my own ways you know i can go to scripture say okay god i've got to be humbled and then in the humility is where he'll do the work to to Use you to accomplish his goals. Which is what you want right. So it's i think he's still get the high. You still get the high. It's just counterintuitive than what you believe. So i think scripture is so important for a three to be healthy because it will help you accomplish the thing that you want to accomplish and it kind of affirms the fact that you're not this is not a bad thing right like the lord intended for you to be productive but if you wanna be productive you just gotta do it my way. Which is i think. One of the the reasons why. I didn't feel shocked her. Feel some kind of way about being three. Because i think that's a good thing like the lord loves all numbers all different reasons. That's okay what do you think about that emma. Doing less sometimes is more so for example i would want to be super productive in like physically changed my atmosphere like be prepared for the whatever. I'm going to bring a cake to the party..

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"three g" Discussed on The Syndicated Pipe Club

The Syndicated Pipe Club

05:20 min | 6 months ago

"three g" Discussed on The Syndicated Pipe Club

"Of nightmares. Poland watching avatar. When i was a kid. I'm sure fluffy the actual fluffy would have given me nightmares for sure. It's up there with With the from last week or the puppy monkey baby from mountain deer word whatever. It was a super bowl commercial..

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"three g" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

03:59 min | 7 months ago

"three g" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"Well what better. What better than egotism. To have if you're gonna play the doctor and the first is true. It's probably why you're so right. Yes translates wealth character especially The third doctor right. who was a little bit stuffy. That regard the dan so i. I'm not gonna say anything bad about we either. I love his daughter. Yeah exactly all right if there's nothing else what's everybody's Always do let's do favorite quotes. I so I know we've already talked a couple of favorite quotes but Jesse getting favorite quote. You wanna share so. We've already talked about this. But just make it official The second doctor going. Oh i can see you've been doing tartus a I don't like it. And i smiled so much because happens right. Yeah it it's just really good and then the only other one i have is the first doctor going. Oh so your replacements a dandy and a clown heavy done anything and the second doctor well. We've assessed the situation. And i talked just as i thought nothing and just the arrogance of that like cutting him off like no. You've done nothing Those are my two. Those are good woods and the first doctor had like zero time for the second doctor saying well. Yeah we've assessed your nothing for exactly. What about you. Getting quotes holly. I got a few This let me explain it. Simply i m he and he is me and we are all together guba. Chew their dr joel. The now is joe has to explain that. It's a song by the beatles. Specifically i am the walrus from magical tour. What am i favor it beatles albums by the way the second dr wu can i play it. How does it go. You go give me give me a couple of notes of it or save recorder. I have a couple more. But i'll wait okay. That's fair very generous. Zane how about you. I know you've got to have a couple of quotes on this right. Well honestly. I think holly doesn't have to wait because you guys both took mine because i love. I love the dan crown quote. I've always. I've always loved that. And it's like i i. I think that now. Whenever i am thinking of how to describe all of the doctors john birt we dandy i loved. I loved the beatles quote because as they were saying it. I was singing it in my head. Joe thank you joe. That's where my rate was yup. And and i also really love the the wine about. Oh you done the up. I don't like it. Because i think that sets up that pattern of the doctor not only redoing. His wardrobe generates but also charges in your the desktop theme the desktop. Yeah and how every doctor if they see it you know. If previous doctor sees the subsequent doctors artists they never like it. And when you go back and watch these older episodes. You can really tell that. There is a genuine love. Their from stephen moffatt and russell t davis and not so much jhansi..

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"three g" Discussed on Understand the God Who Speaks

Understand the God Who Speaks

04:28 min | 8 months ago

"three g" Discussed on Understand the God Who Speaks

"And a and and got actually had divided the nations and those nations had an had been aside an game to watch over them into do justly. And of course we pick this up in the eighty second chap who had been through this. But we'll go through one more done quickly. The eighty second chapter of songs tells us what happened. God said about these. Lv and they had ruled unjustly and god immediately condemned them. This is in verse. Three of chapter eighty two psalms. He condemned them immediately and they were going to die like men because they had corrupted the nation's and if you get to acts second chapter we begin to see language that luke uses because he wrote acts we begin to see language going back to genesee labban and due to rodney thirty two verses eight not in acts one seven residence. He uses the word fixed. Now that were fixed is also bound in deuteronomy. Thirty two eight nine. It made an impulse buy that it. It's only us and by the way it's used in the set Should i say if you don't not set to hit in the sector is a is the testament hebrew translated into greek and sixty six percent of the quotations from paul himself come from subdued thirty three percent or so come from a a erratic text. The hebrew text message. Jesus quoted what he says all. That's right yeah is absolutely so what do you have that. That's the first one axa to seven. It also says he uses the word he uses to work the beideal. That's also family. Doron me to thirty two eight nine and it also to seven. He uses the word bewilder. That is the word for confusion. The greek word that is the same word that's bounded genesee levin bursts seven. So he's using languages taken us back to the bible and what it means. Is that in acts two. We have reversal available where there was confusion of the languages. And the nation's were lost to the to these elahi that had failed god at the nation's if pentecost he is now if you look at every one of those nations that's mentioned in acts two you can find them in genesis. Ten by the same nations in genesis pinch. These were the nations that were lost the l. o. Heen they had ruled unjustly. That's why paul when he speaks principalities powers in the dark he uses geographical terms. Oeser chief grapple dirt. They'd be that they ruled over places. And we find this and daniel. Daniel a speaks of these princess of these Excuse me these angelico beans that had ruled over these nations. The ordinations babylon greece robe. And what's the other one. We made up meeting media persia urgent. That's found in in daniel seven. Speaks that these. These angelic leads had rule over these nation. And now god is taking it back. What the purpose of accidents bell a reversing of babble. Thanks we only had. I don't think we have any more time..

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"three g" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"three g" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Going into actually to nothing lead going into the third out of the call seventeen seconds into the third period Alex to break it but could not hold only Nordstrom Wagner and crude storage for Boston the world over time where they had some real issues with park management just not good enough not strong enough what's didn't get out created a lot of opportunities that Boston should of had give them credit you know that they were going to quit this is a pro hockey team it's a good hockey team and they just kept battling Blackhawks fold under the pressure of a whole lot of situations in that third what they did get a point the extra point doesn't matter to the the Blackhawks if the Bruins hi this game they need the two points Boston to would want it over time forward for the shoot out the hawks to into it over time over three in the shootout we'll see what happens here lots of open ice bosses got the momentum the Blackhawks can't take that away we'll keep the all time leader for the Boston Bruins in overtime goals the live for this moment the hawks but on the ice to start the overtime frame like it's gonna be Patrick Kane John James and Conor Murphy ordinarily which you don't get into a situation like this without don't center you really got to be dedicated to what Sir good the three a three session that got a lot of skill of they have guys that want to keep the puck story proves true guards over the ports along with pastor not and David Krejci when the faceoff where these guys down right off the bat you want to give those guys possession the threesome out there for the Bruins dangerous Austin arts got twenty five goals on the season he is out there toria he's got a lot of skills we could fly out there so the drop in the bucket so nice to start T. it's one by the states would sit back to Murphy in the hot zone today's top line right wing hill St the Parker center ice steps over the broom line right point leave that for Murphy Murphy down to the corner Kerry back up the boards tied up like three G. lost a part the pastor rock came in there trying to work it free he lost to the pastor Dr put it into the near corner to Krycek back to posting on left wing center ice esterna carries over the center a circle now drifting away to the right wing side at the point to create she near the right point now now the Tory prove right wing corner leads into the slot the site step to check all of that is true hi John this call over time but over time well for the first time since January the twentieth twenty seventeen thanks right now the Bruins players data chara David Krejci they are all over the officials at the Zamboni tunnel.

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"three g" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"three g" Discussed on KOMO

"To talk about this topic receive your aging parents are the I'm prepared for it I think that is probably the case for most everyone I know at least in my age bracket I met Jen actor and we're not prepared well we are not prepared but in this article is talking about not only you but this is actually talking about your parents and then the sad reality because their lives you and I will never know how we're prepared up as for till the last minute nobody talks about it nobody talks about the whole thing and and this is a motley fool article in his on the article starts it sounds like the makings of a sit com but the parents may end up with you if they haven't started saving for their own retirement oh boy an analysis of the Harvard health letter using US census bureau data concludes that about three point four million people three point four million people over the age of sixty five are living with a grown children and twenty sixteen could that happen to you did you want to wait to find out when you are unprepared for the whole thing or do you want to start doing something proactively it's a wonderful article for both parents if you feel your little vulnerable you don't have the financial dept to be able to weather the storm all the way to the end you kind of consent but embarrassed to talk to your children or your a child and he has some suspicions about the whole thing but no one's talking to you about any of this stuff these are issues that you want to be talking about today and how do you start this conversation we have doing that is going to one of the open seminars that we end up doing it as a family and I promise you after that the conversation will be much more natural than otherwise that's what I like about your live in three G. even if you're on the east side seriously think about tonight sixty eight the newly redesigned he put hotel she will be there answering questions his team will be there for you too and they can get you started on the right path because it's difficult to say Hey mom do you dad you need to live with us and how's your financial situation are you prepared for these embarrassing question I mean you don't as a child one to reason presume that your parents did not do a good enough job if they don't open it up to you and my god for bands I cannot even imagine how embarrassing this would be to raise this issue with the children but ray is it must be done if there's any probability often ability the good news is this there you know regardless with the available or not these conversations everyone should be having with the children because in the end aging is a family affair it is an.

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"three g" Discussed on Home Space and Reason

Home Space and Reason

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"three g" Discussed on Home Space and Reason

"I discussed home functionality aesthetics and automation I'm home functionality coach I gig out on various subjects regarding your home and your home functionality there are three g neural categories for lights ambiente task an accent lights ambiente gives us the ambiance it's generally the way the room MS lit task lighting often more focused in one spot or in one area an accident lights are used to draw attention to art or perhaps tree even if it's used outdoors in your landscaping recipe.

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"three g" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

07:07 min | 2 years ago

"three g" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Thank you for calling the international middle child union all middle child operators are currently busy assisting other middle children please stay on the line and the next middle child operator will be with you shortly I are you doing you know I'm recovering during a cherry cherry must we do this every year Terry really no I just told our audience that they act out live for first and foremost what happened the dyna diners on temporary leave you know she had some people skills issues hi namely it out foremost that she couldn't remember my name so we center back for some we she'll be back with a short I think it'll help or kick her smoking habit I love well that was going to see she sounded as if maybe she might have a little bronchitis or something you know here's the thing I love the recording the recording is good but you can't replace a human voice like nine or it's not no we're not outsourcing where it will be I will dina dina will be reassigned but we'll we'll find something for died because otherwise I'm afraid she'll do physical harm to me well you know perhaps Dinah to do your marketing because I think we missed I think we missed middle child day again this year yeah I think I think it did Terry I think yeah I talk about every year moving middle child today maybe it would do it today that's more convenient for years you know something that would be easier for you to remember Terry but after all shouldn't middle child may be all about so it's not a middle child well yeah really I you know again I knew it was in August but I couldn't remember how far away how how many days did we miss it by what was the date Monday today is a week ago yeah you're almost weekly it was the last it was last Monday from all of us here in Indiana we really are sorry that we missed middle child day we're gonna try to do really good next year did you how did you celebrate purse because really it's a it was about you and so how did you celebrate as you now every middle child today I hi man the headquarters here at the international child union I monitor the events worldwide that are going to middle child that it was pretty easy day since nothing was really going on I have a great way that Indianapolis can make and and you can make up for overlooking the let us know all of us are listening we'd like to know how we can how we can make this better well first of all this information can be found at the blog SmackDown blog dot com yeah the rest I did mention that nine times during this year there was a huge effort on my part to find a city that would host the middle child in a parade I started you know I like to put the cart before the horse the campaign started with let's find the grand Marshall and I I opened up I I I went to the great expanse of opening another three G. email account so that I could solicit resumes from middle children who are interested in being our grand marshal the the the email addresses that was made kid grand marshal at G. mail dot com we're still accepting applications for next year I thought we find the grand marshal and that way when we have a city who you know will give us a parade we'll be ready to move should you should accept paid for then with the the the middle child with the grand Pooh bah the the the the big cheese of the parade would would you fly them at your expense to that location of course not I mean if they want to be a grand marshal of great I think that's an expense nation they are in for another I'm hoping to be the host city would find a way you know maybe you know you know how much a gram bus ticket yeah and nobody Indianapolis you know I'd I I'd be willing to venture that most middle children would want that attention so badly so great would it be willing to bear the expense of yeah you know and and look out here you know what if it's in Indianapolis next year and you're the grand marshal whoever you are out there I'll buy you a sandwich I will buy you a sandwich when you get the Indianapolis but of course the purpose of this call would be to solicit people from Indianapolis so any of your viewers any of your listeners who who want to be the grand marshal so I think we get the grand marshal then we start putting the pressure on the on the city and Marshall yeah eight eighty somebody from Indianapolis waiting just waiting for you to throw them the parade now this is actually you know Bruce I think we might be able to work this out if it was on Monday this year I mean I don't know about having it right in the alright maybe right the middle of the week on a Wednesday fine we could do it around the job today and and I'm willing to start small I say you know we start with baby steps so even if it's once around the block if we don't halfway down the block doesn't have to be the full blown parade we start small and each year the parade builds and builds hello I'm I'm reaching out to anybody out there in Indianapolis who who knows somebody who who you know would be willing to get behind this idea the merit demerit Indianapolis are you listening let's have a middle child labor it next year I'll get your grand marshal maybe the mayor of Indianapolis is a middle child I don't know perhaps we'll find out I think it's we're talking about Bruce Hoffman is with us is the founder and I believe the sole member of the international middle chilled middle middle child union elude the basically the leader of the middle child party he's the creator of smack dab in the middle child blog which you'll definitely will definitely want to read it again once again this year we have missed the middle child day August twelfth was absolutely and I'm a first child's first born child so that's pretty normal for me but yeah here's Bruce I just want to talk about this just briefly because I know it will touch or it makes you extremely sad but I was standing in line at the grocery store and I picked up a copy of reader's digest to pass the time and smack dab in the middle of the reader's digest was a story about the very real reality that the middle child is disappearing in the seventies for more kids was the most common family union union to our unit today two thirds of parents with children now only have one or two kids they're going away this is true and I you know I hate to toot my own horn you know how I hated to learn but I'm I believe it was mentioned in the article as well the yeah pretty my groceries on the conveyor belt I know it it it it is true that demographics point to declining family size so as we know because just under three there won't be any middle child right but a more recent study from the from pew research and found that the.

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"three g" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"three g" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"To have the ballast replaced for that particular headlight it's a little box with the wiring harness coming off of it and that's what feeds the electricity to that H. out the ball song he L. that common problem no big thing if the we use aftermarket balance if you get an original equipment one you're gonna cry all the way to the bank they're very expensive we use aftermarket ones I have no problems at all if you got a washer fluid lake a lot of times what we'll do is I see this is your second question well actually air pressure the washer tank and see where it leaks out at that usually the best way to find out where your leaks at let's get to the next word X. caller here let's go to Rick in Leesburg Rick what you got going on Hey Larry I love the show thank you for being on appreciate it thank you I've got a a no three G. thirty five infinity that started to use a little bit of oil maybe just a quarter of a core between oil changes but after listening to show us which the amble honest to goodness I didn't even top off between all changes this time as they go about six thousand I don't really want to go that long my question is should I use signature of premium I went with the premium because of the zinc the performance issue and also the mileage I had a lot of miles on this what do you think what later you run zero I'm sorry zero thirty yeah I would go if you got a lot of miles on it you can even go with like at ten thirty but I like this I like the signature series are just you know if the anything less and signature series is going to be a group three base stock it's considered a synthetic but the you know the the the group for poly awful often signature series I mean that's the that's the best will in the world there's nothing better net for me to recommend anything less than that I don't think I'd be doing my job good luck you're doing great man thanks for using the Amsel I'm sure your car appreciates it said to call in here to rake saying in Orlando what's going on pre should hold on what's your question for later what I'm gonna do a need there.

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"three g" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"three g" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"The what are the moments that are really poorly served by the tools today and we found that most of the most the email APPs were really trying to cram all that functionality all that desktop like behavior into this tiny screen green and therefore they created this feeling of <hes> this burdensome kind of being trapped by this email coming in all the time and you're not really knowing how to deal with it in a quick way. It's like porting something to a new operating system except it's a different print form factor so everybody made that same mistake from people who wanted to do video editing from people who wanted to do powerpoint like you have to start over yes because the gestures the form factor they define how you're gonNA work and what you're going to work on from what you seem to have said and you were you the first to figure out the hey if we just swipe left or right him and that's the fastest processing and tagging we were certainly I to do that. In email. The idea actually came from an APP called clear that we hear it was also in the in the to do space was ceremony they had they had built this beautiful simple little to do less than you could just check off the atoms by swiping them to the right and it felt so good and it was something thing about that gesture yeah yeah so we we pick that up and brought it into the inbox and I think a big part of what made our launch successful as we put together a video that showed what on the surface looked like any of the other male class of the day going through an inbox and you're seeing oh here here are the messages in my inbox. I've seen this a thousand times but then a thumb comes on the screen and drags one of it to the right and a little green check appears and it whisks away and that was this moment of like Oh oh you could do that and that that feeling of for the first time giving the user a bit of returned control over something that they felt controlled them was I think a big part of why there is an such a positive reception to it was a thumb your thumb. Tom Is right there. It is actually turns out to be the easiest gesture possible like if we had an I interface where blinking was able to do commands like maybe you could like if you're capable of doing a left and right wing could do like left delete all right. I'm trying to think of something even more efficient. It would probably be the brain interface yeah which is going to come and it probably will work in that exact way. The brain interface will probably have like some. I'm very simple moving the Pong paddle approach which is like I can move an object left or right so it actually turns out mailbox four point. Oh with a neural link would be just just think about where he wanted to just think like archive archive or you would actually imagine if you could think a word and label it and just end just be like startup pitch be pretty Nice shopping and it would just try. I mean that's why people are obsessed with that contrary promising as a concept what were what was the initial download adoption moment like did you do he are did you do marketing. Did you do a wait list. What led it should become a phenomenon where you on stage at one of the iphone launches and what was the iphone that you developed in on? What's that the new iphone three g or the iphone four? It was a three g three G which for people who don't know was really the when the iphone actually worked because do you remember what the first white iphone was. I don't quite remember I think it might have been a for but I remember when when we made our video we used a white iphone and that was a big no-no an apples world still and when we when we took and we hadn't launched it and you're going to do.

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"three g" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"three g" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"They have a one percent chance to get the number one overall pick. Yes, if they were to catch Memphis. Okay. That one percent chance jumps to nice. Sense. Now, can you imagine if they were to get lucky and they got Zion. Nell Zahn now, you can trade for almost anybody. Right because that becomes so trek. So well, I just made the, you know, I hate tanking. I just made the argument why you can make not only a rational argument for it. But why it makes complete sense to pursue? That course of action. Once you're out of it. Why does it matter? Why why does it matter to pile up wins after you're out of it? I mean, the curls. This system is this. This is where I talked at the at the top of our show that we may have because of the way the game unfolded last night. We may have ended up in a gray area. We're both you and I can be happy. You're you're on your the full tank commander. I want a great dry hate tanking. And don't want to do it last night. The Lakers put three g leaguers on the court, and they played harder than any of the other guys can't play mainly because are all injured, but Jonathan Williams move Wagner, and especially Alex Caruso, had a career-high fifteen. Took a lead that Denver at a twenty three point lead. Yup. That group with LeBron Josh heart and sometimes Rondo took the lead from twenty three down to two Mace. If you can give me a competitive entertaining game, which that turned out to be you can play your G league guys. And I still get to see LeBron even though the Lakers didn't win. I'm okay with that. Yeah. I think that's perfect rest. So now, I'm happy and you're happy. Yes. And so those with effort in you know, how we can sell all this up in two words. Time is is now. All right. Did you miss an did you mention we were listening to case? I did. But it never hurts to mention it ahead. I think we did we did it last hour twice to. So the angels filed a former formal complaint with major league baseball about Bryce Harper tampering with Mike trout, and you know, how might trout her. How Bryce Harper reacted. He did it again. What did he say? He said right away. I still I know the league talked to me, but that's not gonna keep me from from trying to get Mike trout here. He doubled down which and I heard BUSTER only say you price onto saw BUSTER only say today that executives shouldn't be tampering but players should tamper a lot because it makes headlines and what's wrong with great players saying they want to play with other great players again. What is co? Cody Bellinger, waiting for I art tampering. I can't stress yourself. The reason that everybody gets paid a lot of money the players to managers..

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"three g" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

The Empty Bowl

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"three g" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

"It's been going on in the world of cereal news. There is so many rumors coming through the the general mills room, or as I like to call it how things bubble up, where where do these things come from? You know, there's a lot of snicks lutes out there that are always stocking different, different new product. Listing sites. I partake in the in the investigation. It's fun to have a little wild goose chase online. And so these a lot of the times these entries come up for new serials in reputable locations, but they don't come with pictures. So we're just left sort of, you know, picture them in our minds like the blind man touching elephant, we just get a taste of what's to come. And in this case. Actually stumbled upon this when myself was to hostess serials like the snack food company. Okay. Never before seen in the serial. Absolutely. I don't think we've ever seen any snack cakes cereal. But when you think of hostess and cereal, you'd probably guess would make a twinkie cereal or a cupcake cereal or one of their their flagship snack cakes. You know the ones that put on a flag if they were sovereign nation. But instead here we got two of their more underrated or niche cakes Honey bun and Howard sugar doughnut. Cereals are the two that are allegedly coming to shows according to what I deem to be trustworthy source. Fascinating. See, I feel like a. Powdered Donut. Cereal could be very interesting. Yeah. We recently saw Cap'n crunch bus out his sprinkled Donut crunch, which was innovative. It really harkens back to the sprinkle spangles of the last century that kind of went unrecognised with the tiny little candies fears that are on top of the larger. You know, candied ring. You could almost see them doing something like one of the frosted Cheerios that like that sort of take grits. OD thing that has like a frosted coating. I can't really be like Howard per se, you know, because it's like that would get really rough in milk, I think, yeah, it's interesting that we don't really have any existing tech cereal tech necessarily compare this to. We don't know which major cereal company. If any is behind these hostess cereals. They could be having some secret cereal technology that we don't know about brewing in their underground twinkie factories to really blast the flavor on there like you see on one hundred powdered sugar debt. 'cause I don't know how they do that. The Honey bun that could be what was that? There's a serial light this, right? Like a cinnamon bun type. Kellogg's did a cinnabon cereal might still be around some of the outlet stores that sell out of date cereals. But never a Honey bun. Very interesting cereal fusion recipe. I like to think of it as well. I hope that we get to check those out. That's pretty good. You never know somebody entering the game for the first time though. You know, they're gonna come out and crush it or they stumble out the gate? Yeah, I don't know, but at least hope they sort of insight little Debbie to join the competition too because I would love to see oatmeal cream pies. Thank do anything. And how about the Yankees cereal? Right. Yeah, could be coming down the line to really blow our minds Caesar to test the creamy waters cry gaffe. Yeah, I don't know how cream filled a tubular shape that I don't think necessarily in the breakfast world before Burston your mouth on your.

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"three g" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"three g" Discussed on No Agenda

"Four point four million feature phones as they're known in the fourth quarter that a really like they they they're raid their earnings just got boosted all of a sudden they had this huge against the this phone here is red version of his forty seven ninety nine locked up is a big deal yeah and also the x is the way to go the x to one and it's very cheap at the realize all these features that came in and what if they really done but just giving you more alerts the alert systems on these phones are also crap so you just you know make sure all that's off because that's the sickness right there with the smartphones are learning you all the time in every app has access to if you're lying down if you're standing up you know all these different things the only thing that just is on a second so here's the original unlocked e sixty three kuraray key pad wifi three g camera two megapixel to make a lot but it's enough tickets nap shot you you okay at twenty nine ninety nine and so we're we're all paying thousand dollars and and you take that phone you forcefully throw it on the marble floor it's just gonna be cunnie badger don't give a crap the indestructible these phones were member the blackberry people be driving over it to show how good it was yeah there's days are over i think not now i think you might be on to something paid your thing i was not on board right but i can see i can see this being a trend and why wouldn't we consider a could still be called the hand job but why wouldn't we consider making a nice little cute phone has some basic functions the people will want it's keep you healthy.

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"three g" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly

Pocket Now Weekly

01:53 min | 5 years ago

"three g" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly

"They should be doing business wet well speaking again the business who you don't hear let's talk about what noche is doing to for that to because we just i feel just like like we mentioned in and i i think we talked about it a little bit last podcast talking about the the thirty three ten kind a high jacking the show and i thought that was a huge missed up we didn't get to spend a little time playing with the noche are three five and six i'm a tackle those videos because when i tried to go over to the noche of the with it was an epic mass of colossal proportions where you had this she's noche oh booth and then most of that booth was dedicated to like private meetings and then topped way off to the side in this one little corners this table with people swarming all over it for the phones and there was this is not possible to get more than a couple photos of that phone but i but i mean went back and he was able to actually schedule a proper sit down with these with these phones and yeah i i think noche is returning to their routes i've been have a reputation for delivering inexpensive hand sets they'd be really satisfied the emerging the used to be the key company satisfying the emerging three me three g markets out around the world now sensing with el t emerging and more markets i think they've got that they're trying to get the brand back up and running for those for those consumers around the world and i i you know when when we criticize prefer products and and again we're coming at this rough first world country kind of perspective these devices really are for users slyke me or users at are more opts to be watching are listening to podcasts like this this is really about bring mean he higher quality.

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