39 Burst results for "Three Weeks Later"

Fresh update on "three weeks later" discussed on Scam Goddess

Scam Goddess

01:16 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "three weeks later" discussed on Scam Goddess

"So modernise that he felt empowered by a motivational video of a ceo of the company Roger enrico release that encouraged offering ole workers to acts like and take charge of the business. He claimed he then pitched the idea on the phone to enrico. Who told him. He had two weeks to prepare a pitch for meeting. So whenever i worked at a company melissa. I worked at banana republic. You know like Like don like you were saying earlier if you came up with a new sweater sweater day nobody they know cairns ever seen before and you wanted how would you just call up. Missed a banana. Like first of all. If i'm ethnic nobody danced around the phone because of black but i preside getting that response from the manages secondly if i do manage to get to miss the banana. Soon as i say idea bananas as well thank you and close the door and three seconds later. That idea would have been on banana republic and there will not be minding the more. That's just the biggest scam was at the very top of the food chain in in the businesses but you know kudos to him for being able to put not on the lesson plan but a business land in a pitch within two weeks all we have fourth grade education the grade education this he puts on a powerpoint presentation everything for the freedom. Listen you're right about that. You're so right accompany you don you you tell them about pop new sweater they hang out with you. Don thank you so much for your phone lane and then three weeks later. You're going to be folding the new as well. that's the way. Es good who was having such a kind boss such a thank you like him to print his name with rock on a. Mr frito lay with rock was saying that they were writing. Iraq's no more now we've back to the said that in one thousand nine hundred seventy s. They was right with rocks that they could not write and read. And i'm saying how to say concrete tablet like the flintstones and he wrote his name and that's how he created the power station. Let's keep going the sign. We don't know any of this could be true because we we don't know if montana's tell the truth so monson as details a meeting with more than one hundred people including enrico there to witnesses presentation in original packaging for flaming hot cheetos. So not only did he come up with the presentation. He said he came up with the packaging as well. You ought to know mondays control. So we roy where the seventies right. So he's put a sketch pad is what you're saying because he graphically he sketched by himself. The design of the brand being able to write it rock. Okay keep going from that meeting. He climbed the corporate ladder to eventually become a marketing executive hold many senior positions over the course of his career at pepsico and frito lay. Wow so again. Without bands or rita road is now executive. How long let clan take. Did he go through the mail room. Because normally when you're going to go break you have to will do the mail room if you don't have education you can't just be executive with no college degree. I'm a year in executive. This is nine hundred seventy s. You're right and those times people could ride a bicycle and also create the wheel at the same time. You're saying you're saying different and you leave school at the age of six but then create the wheel. Because most people were doing that at the time i wanna say to all of our listeners who were alive in nineteen seventy in the sixties no disrespect. No shame you have already. How you say is normal for them not to be able to read the like executive professors coming out after the age of seven. I'm gonna get dragged. Thank you die because now mcghee dragged. Okay look i love all ages and ages here scam guys okay. I believe yeah. I'm just saying. I think fourth grade. I could read so he could probably read write right now like higher concepts of now whites and graphic design. He's foul pointy. He's key noti okay. Also also a lot of people can self teach themselves stuff and maybe if he was a genius he could teach himself these things. So i'm not gonna put it past them. They're all the way they're like. Formal education is not the only way you so. He sounds like an incredible. He sounds similar to good will hunting. he does. he's like and then guys looking also jeans and then he creates cheeto right right. He's my friend. Ben affleck was like come on montanez. You gotta make the cheeto success. i hate it. I don't know maybe what's good will hunting. So he was supposedly sabotage by higher ups for daring to step out of blind but through sheer drive to succeed. He outhustled them to achieve his goals. So he said. I have a phd of being poor hungry and determined okay so he's got a phd from the streets. I see that he's rising. Earth is justice sticking out on this. Let's go so he did. An interview with the washington. Post story is the core of montana's motivational speaking memoirs and upcoming biopic directed by yvan goria. We love even come through and become the director of cheeto man. Let's go okay. It's called flaming hot. That's the bio-pic while on the nose much So however it was recently discovered that that it's most important claim that richard montanez is inventor of flaming. Hot cheetos may mostly be false. So here's the facts. Here's the facts. The investigation i began. When former frito-lay employees land greenfield read a blog post in two eighteen detailing. Richard montana's cult success. She then reach out to acquaintances. Frito lay to inquire with the legal department if there was anything to be done about someone claiming to invented flaming hot cheetos. This is because lynn was on the original team. 'cause like lynn. You sound like a hater right now. This is very way hater. Risk of you from this. She's sounds a little mad right. She sounds a little right. Okay little upset. So she says she was on the original team that developed flaming hot cheetos and the person who have created the name in the midwest in nineteen eighty nine years before montanez said that he created flaming hot cheetos so lynn is a woman. And here's what i will say. I feel like lynn was probably working in this. Very male dominated atmosphere probably came up with all other flaming hot was the whole person. She did design the keynote. The point and everything but they say you know what nineteen seventies. You place is what they said right..

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Activists Call for 21-Day Cease Fire to Kansas City Violence

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 8 hrs ago

Activists Call for 21-Day Cease Fire to Kansas City Violence

"Spiritual counseling and conflict resolution services are being offered around the clock in Kansas city Missouri with hopes of maintaining a three week ceasefire to end gun violence clergy and civil rights advocates are desperately seeking ways to stop the shootings in Kansas city Missouri there were sixty seven killings so far this year and a sixty eight occurred Sunday after the ceasefire had gone into effect Reverend Vernon Howard says they're hoping to intervene in situations where a shooting might take place like retaliation or because someone has snapped he says the larger goal is to get politicians to address systemic problems like joblessness and a lack of resources mediators counselors and clergy are working together during the twenty one days of peace offering twenty four seven ministry and prayer until midnight July third I'm Jackie Quinn

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Fresh update on "three weeks later" discussed on The Higherside Chats

The Higherside Chats

00:54 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "three weeks later" discussed on The Higherside Chats

"Believe that. There is a loft goodness within humanitarian. I really do believe that. She mounted wimps. We can begin to piece together the knowledge once we can begin to take responsibility for our actions and take responsibility for the planet. I think we can be a false for good within the universe. And i really do believe in humanity and i believe in the goodness of humanity. So that's really where we could tie. The interview. remind me on that positive. Thought that we take our responsibility. We try to be impeccable and i think this is important unnecessarily really difficult. You probably notice. Because i you cheered when i have time in between my writing trying out youtube and sometimes people can be really really rude and the natural inclination is obviously just. Won't gene some of these horrible to you. Want to be horrible back. But you have to try and be tackling you behavior. You have to try and set an example. And i think it's important to try be the best version of yourself and to try and set an example and to try live impeccable immoral life triton example for your children for satan example who for other people and. I think if you do that it's almost like a ripple effects so a person who is let's say inspirational are is good whether it's teacher whether it's a colleague at work so for example if you got really you're working really difficult But you can rise in both thought and set an example than what you will tend to find. Is that people. They start to behave themselves as well and they start to respect one another and things start to work much more smoothly. So it's taking that responsibility on his working individually and i'm a great believer in in terms of. It's almost what you're trying to do with the system because the system is always pushing pushing pushing his always wants to take. And i think it's important to try pushback and obviously do push back away which is peaceful. But you know to do it in a way in which the system can't predict if suddenly if you add ten thousand people listening to this and every single person on your channel news listening said to themselves. You know i'm just going to do one thing and that's why i would say gio view is just do one thing. Okay write it down. Write down a pledge. I am going to deliver a thousand leaflets about five g on i'm going to deliver some leaflets about vaccines or whatever you're interested in and i'm just going to do one thing desist accommodate. He can't accommodate loss of different people doing their own thing. This is what i advocate. So don't foam latch groups. I'm not saying that you shouldn't fog. Small groups where your friends when you fall large groups. These groups can Ations work individually. And yet i make a difference time. Janos sounds cliche but try to change that you wanted to be trying to transform the world. 'cause i really do. Think that individuals conscience fall in the world so for example wick. Mine fracking book. I went to a meeting tracking and there were three people in the mating and this guy traveled a distance to do this may to slight scientists. Nobody's even gonna listen to this. Now listen to it. And i said to him afterwards. I don't want you to go away and seeing that you haven't made a difference because i listened Of what you said. This is very very con- i'm gonna write a book about it and i'm gonna ride with thoughts to my local council about this and that's what i did and i sent out the costs and i got in contact with friends of the f. the friends of the f. They have my book and they said this is really good information. We're going to send this twilight because we're going to call the moment over this and about three weeks later the people were freaking. They pulled out of the uk and said we'll all tracking in the uk. I do think that my book did contribute. Because i provided legal arguments why it was actually illegal but daca because of one individual and one individual only spoke to three people. I really must impress upon the individuals in your audience. If you do something like out leaflets you talk to people. In china engage. People and i'm not talking about Confrontational way but i'm talking about in a way which is constructed. You can make a change and you can transform people's lives and you can transform situations that may seem impossible you can transform those situations for the better amen. Well said way to bring it home. Personal responsibility is definitely the key. We all have to participate somehow and it seems like you and i have chosen our roles pretty wisely but what a wild ride. Your book is definitely methodical and dense and it makes a great case for the position that you take. I appreciate you breaking it all down for us before i let you go. Tell the people the best way to follow up on your work in anything else you might be working on next. That might interest them the hidden kingdom. When's that gonna draw Finish Vaccines at the moment. So shar is probably gonna be next year now. I would be releasing it this year. But i felt really compelled. I needed to write a book about vaccine. So but something which. I'm finishing at the moment in the finishing stage of that i'll be proof reading the vaccine book saying but the hidden kingdom should be coming out. I don't know what might be the end of this year next year. I'm not sure you can find my work at. Ps box. sabaki spelled s. a. b. a. k. Ps bach books again youtube channel. So please subscribe. That's getting a. k. Try and put videos Sometimes sometimes i may go a few weeks in the main be no doubt and then sometimes i'm a off a few days which have released it all really depends on my workload because i'm working full time researching and i'm also trying to ruin my business in after post out books and his and any all depends on my workload so Material regularly and try and interview people within their coats in the esoteric nephrology and discuss lots of interesting ideas so we subscribe to my channel. Because obviously that helps me and it's been great to speak to you. Thank you very much invited me on your show. Thank you you got it. It's been great. I'll make sure the audience has all the appropriate links in the show notes. I appreciate all the work you do. And we know particle. Duality is the thing. And it matches what we're experiencing in these strange encounter so why not conclude that advanced beings of cracked it technologically. Either it makes sense so great work and unique perspective. Take care out there thank you again and boom goes the dynamite bit of a weird one today but with all the ufo stuff going on. I thought it would be nice to have a guest with a much different. Take than what we're getting on. The nightly news and pierre's book holographic culture is a nice addition to anyone's weird stuff book collection. It's one of the thickest books on my shelf and there's a lot of really great graphic work that helps illustrated's points along with images of a lot of the ancient symbols that he references to help make points and it's just very academic. I'm sure you can tell the way that he talks that he tries to keep this at a very high level. He takes it seriously and it is his life's work. We are lucky to have people. Like pierre and i would like to see him. Get some appreciation for it because these subjects are just so often ridiculed and even when people do take them seriously. It's still going to be a very limited audience to make your living from so do all this work to put together a such a large detailed book. It's.

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Novavax: Large Study Finds COVID-19 Shot About 90% Effective

Here & Now

01:00 min | 15 hrs ago

Novavax: Large Study Finds COVID-19 Shot About 90% Effective

"Company Novavax says it's developed another highly effective covid 19 vaccine, The company says a large study in the U. S. And Mexico finds its 100% effective against the original strain and more than 90% effective against variants. NPR's Joe Palka says the study also finds negligible side effects are a lot of the volunteers in this study, they did didn't even know which they were getting the vaccine or the placebo, which is a statement about how Small the side effects were and they didn't see any of the worrisome side effects you might have heard of about, you know, Mile card itis or immune response something strange. Those may turn up Actually, as the vaccine gets used more, But from the this this efficacy, study and safety study, they've seen no no signals that are worrisome. The Novavax vaccine requires two injections three weeks apart. The company says it will apply for emergency youth use authorization by the end of the summer.

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Fresh "Three Weeks Later" from Here & Now

Here & Now

01:26 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh "Three Weeks Later" from Here & Now

"Well, boy boy, we can really here. You know what this meant to you? And just backtrack a bit. You know, you could take this blood test the city DNA test, You know, as you were doing Your treatments. You didn't have to wait for a while, as you would with a cat scan or an MRI. So I understand that you were actually taking it while you were getting Treatment when you had a recurrence. And when the doctor saw that it was not reducing, you know the amount of residue it enables you to switch to another treatment, right? We started it and What, in two weeks later or three weeks later. I don't remember the time sequence. It showed that I had no more residual disease. I want to stay with that feeling of Freedom. You know, because in one moment, both you find out you are free of the cancer. But you're also finding it out at the time. You know again, not months down the line. You're finding it out at a time when you can stop The treatments, right? What was that? Like? Because these treatments aren't pleasant either. What was that? Like to know that you could stop exhilarating because I don't have the fatigue. I don't have the The muscle. Terrible muscle cramps, muscle spasms. The fingers would just spasm and be out of control. And it would I'd have to straighten it out. Uh, and it really hurt. You know, it's just a wonderful feeling. This tested several things for you. It detected when a treatment wasn't working it detective when a treatment was working and enable to to stop that painful treatment, and it lets you know when you were tumor free. Right. I can kind of resume some normal activities and we're doing now a three week vacation that we haven't been able to do for 3.5 years, and I'm optimistic that There can be a future where when you get the first diagnosis that you have cancer. Your question is Am I going to die? It produces an anxiety in you. And you start worrying about all these little things, And you do have a tremendous amount of side effects. Well, Bonnie Miller, what would you tell cancer patients? Who might be listening Right now There is an optimistic way to look at getting the blood test. The first thing is, it's not going to hurt you to donate blood, but it's going to be protective. And I think they ought to look at it in that light that It can indicate that yes, Their cancer is declining in growth, not spreading. It can indicate yes, the disease. Is still progressing and you need to look at alternate routes of treatment, like mine had metastasized to the lymph nodes, and that's one of the areas. It's difficult to always discern, get a brain scan, chest, scan an abdomen, scan and It's a relief to have this test. That's Bonnie Miller, whose cancer is now being monitored with the signature terra circulating tumor DNA test of screening tool that looks for tumor cells and blood streams. This is before they can be seen on traditional scans and so far Right now. She is cancer free. She said a relief. We also spoke with her physician, Dr George as Bonnie. Thanks and enjoy Washington State. Thank you. I am. Thank you very much. So a lot.

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Video Game Fest E3 Kicks off With Starfield, Elden Ring Teasers

Game Scoop!

02:09 min | 3 d ago

Video Game Fest E3 Kicks off With Starfield, Elden Ring Teasers

"We kind of kicked off the holy three week. This morning jet lease summer games kickoff. Live happened was followed by an hour long day of the deaths presentation and we did prepo shows all around that so was lots of talk about Going to be a great show will definitely talk about the death surrendering director's cut. Definitely die out. Tiny tina's wonderland's but first let's begin with l. During which was finally finally for all the souls weren't fans out there that have been dying information on this game. When news is old eld l. Escape was revealed at the microsoft press conference. I think at the last three twenty team and the the fan community for elden elden ring has taken it upon themselves. To just basically invented a bunch of laura on their own Love it very cool but now now they don't have to do that anymore. Their work is done and we know what the game is. And it looks it. Looks like looks like dark souls game yes jeff. Goldblum mean when. It's no secret that most of us aren't here like a souls born fans. But i think this game looks awesome and as amazing creature and character world designed just like all these games do and just like i was set grow i will. I will absolutely dive in and make it as far as i can. I mean like from from soft like yes shirt like. I don't need to be a fan of the style of game like appreciate what that companies accomplished in like the direction that they've pushed video games over the last decade and it has been so long since that company missed like. Oh yeah you know. Even souls two and three i don't think are quite as revered as the original like sacramento and especially bloodborne like a lot of people that was their game of the generation and they haven't released a game in three years like elden ring is a the next one. It's their next big thing like it's not a it's not a bt working on it it's like this is the game that zaky's been making for years now and so i definitely understand like the hype and the froth demand for this one.

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Fresh update on "three weeks later" discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

01:59 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "three weeks later" discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"He mentioned crossing alexandra lieberman and you said that he was very upset that you left. He told you that he had big plans for you. He was crossed that you left but he was really crossed later. Really crossed when you turn down the job to work at american vogue so i guess that he revealed his big plan. Because when i left you was crossed in the but he always said to me that the best way to move up incontinence is to leave the nest to come back. And that's what i told them. When new york woman but referred to lieberman. You told me that the best way to go up and coming us was leaf convinced and come back so maybe i come back and that was that was. My conversation wasn't but in the meantime it really at block me from using any of the photographers which was good support. You know sarah anyway after new york women and while i was doing new york woman because i think that was a year and a half e cold means office any proposed to me to become the director art director of american vogue and irish us. I turned it down. I turned it down because i failed. The magazine was not in the right place. It was not the right moment as in feel like the editor was doing the right job at the time and always felt like you have to work for the right editor. If it's not the right editor is not going to be right. Even though like in the right position get the right title in the right place but if did not good it's not gonna be good and the story and at the time it was bella and i think felt like she was on the last leg and he wanted me there to alpo to redesigned the magazine to give a boost to do something with focus and i felt like wait a minute if i go there and this is not happening. It's not gonna go well and that's it. You know the turned him down and it was quite ballsy of me to do that. Because you know like usually. Don't turn down maddox lieberman and it was a little bit upset. Then a week or so after that i got a phone call and i don't know if it was related through mr lieberman. Not but i got a phone call from france from french vogue the asking me to be the art directors french and i turned it down as well. I felt like. I didn't want to go back to paris giving up on america now because like the going back to france that been like you have to go back. You have to be there. You know like it's not like it is now like you can work from from anywhere on the planet after Yet to be physically present to make something happen and that was really not in the mood from that to be back in paris and work again in paris it was too early was i think like four years or three years after i was in new york and i didn't feel like a had like made in new york ed so i turned it down and you know again was not liking what french will look like and that was not liking was going on with the magazine at the time. For what. Whichever reason did alexandra lieberman think you were crazy. Turning down both french. Vogue and american folk. I didn't discuss it was him. But i remember. Did your friends and family thank you. Yes my friends that worked in the business. Everything you say my god you crazy. You've you stunned down to vokes. That's that's insane you crazy like you should take that first one. You should marican vote. Nevertheless two weeks later three weeks later. I got a phone call from Franck castle sunny was just hired to do that. Invoke and that a took on the spot because franco because if the opportunity with attend because of daddy because exactly because of the editor because francke was someone that was really admiring for what she had done. Lay and pearl louis and she was doing such a good job where it using the same photographers you know. She was using steven. Meisel was using stephen mozelle like she was using. Peter was using. Peter like we were using that we had a felt we had the same vision but things and she was like a a real true in the way she would approach a magazine and to meet that make sense is that part is like oh my god. I can't believe she's calling me. She was the one. I was really liked admiring so it was not difficult for me to say yes. I didn't even think about it. I said yes she said like you know like you come to milan and work. Yes i took the job spot. I didn't even think if it was complicated. It would be just took the job because it made sense was interesting in the whole process is to turn down to votes to get a third one and to get the right one at the moment because he vogue was the right one at the moment because what happened afterwards grass maher got fired from american vote so that would have been my loss fringe will simply happen at fringe will someone. Replies however was the editor at the time and the whole thing collapsed and italian vogue on the contrary was like a huge success and a new thing. So sometimes you you really have to follow you guts and your feelings about something in not impressed by names and by surroundings just because so. I'm glad i made the decision. Did you think that you'd be able to have more impact working with franca at italian. Vote off totally totally. Because i think like she gave me cut deblanc in the way the magazine could look but she gave me carte blanche but everything she was saying was bringing my ears like some like amazing music. Everything she was saying was bright on the money and she really was the one that opened my vision and allowed my vision to express innova very direct way on the page magazine. She really was the first one said. Okay.

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What Could Tyler Reddick Do Better?

The Final Lap

01:24 min | 4 d ago

What Could Tyler Reddick Do Better?

"Tyler. Radic is on and he breaks down some of the things. He's made mistakes on in the last few weeks. A couple of areas by the biggest one been probably the most notable here last year. Three weeks is just gotta continue to get better pit road. Charlie was very challenging. One for us is that arm really running anywhere in your lights on. But with the nature of that race and no matter of lack of comfort that i had running really really close to the served. The maximum speed limit allowed lifestyle larson. Good all night really rolling back. Really good was very often in that regard. But i was absolutely terrified. I'm being quite honest. Have penalty completely. Derail what you know could be very a very manageable and realistic our top dating with those not little crumbs left on the table but Find ways you're better it all. It's it's rolling road have been getting better. Getting monitor road getting off road getting the box getting better but rolling road work nine on then. Disappointing little minor breitbart sermon state. Long leg This month or so and one one re-start erase. Let's say. I cured the wrong lane to where the guard. And he's gonna go and it puts us back two or three spots and it really changes the whole direction from that point on really splits off.

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If You Support Critical Race Theory, You Are a Hardcore Racist

The Dan Bongino Show

01:16 min | Last week

If You Support Critical Race Theory, You Are a Hardcore Racist

"So critical racism theory teaching your kids how to be racist hate each other, which will ultimately destroy America from within. You couldn't think of a more potent ideological weapon that America's enemies, communists, and otherwise would, uh, Export to us, which we would import into our liberal academics and others, then critical racism theory. What better way to burn the country to the ground and get everyone. I hate one another based on their skin color, which is the textbook definition of racism. And that's what critical race theory is. If you support critical race theory, you are a hard core racist. Oh, Nobody in the C suite is getting a little nervous going on the air. Three weeks. He's really going for it. Oh, yeah. Here. Sorry. Yeah. If you're listening, and you believe critical racism theories Good. You are a racist. The hardcore one. Not a soft, racist. You're not a soft bigot. You are a hard core racist. Admit it. Tell your family tell your friends tell your kids just admit it and be honest You're you're a racist. You're kind of a grotesque human being. I'm really Sorry for you. I wish you weren't so awful. You're racist.

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The Exponential Rise of Ransomware

60 Minutes

02:06 min | Last week

The Exponential Rise of Ransomware

"Just how defenseless our food and fuel supplies can be to hackers this month. The largest meat producer in america was forced to close for several days and that was only three weeks after. Hackers shut down the main source of gasoline for the east coast. Both were ransomware attacks by hackers who break into a computer network and lock it until ransoms paid colonial pipeline paid more than four million dollars in may to get fuel flowing in the east again as we first told you in two thousand nineteen critical public service. Networks are also targets twenty six percent of cities and counties for example report that they fend off work attacks every hour perhaps even worse. Dozens of hospitals had been held hostage all across the country in january twenty eighteen. the night shift at hancock. Regional hospital watched its computers crash with deepest apologies. The one hundred bed facility in the suburbs of indianapolis got it. Ceo steve long out of bed. We had never been through this before. And it's something that i read in the journals. And i say oh those poor folks. I'm glad that's never gonna happen to us. But when you come in and you see that the files on your computer have been. Renamed in all of the files were renamed. Either we apologize for files or were sorry and there was a moment when i thought well. Maybe they're not so bad. They said they were sorry. But in fact they had encrypted every file that we had on our computers and on the network have said still had a told. Nine one one to divert emergency patients to a hospital twenty miles away. His staff turned to pen and paper. Nothing electronic could be trusted. This is a ransomware so this is a virus that has gotten into the computer system. Would it have the ability to jump to a piece of clinical equipment could have jumped to an iv. Pump could have jumped to a ventilator. We needed a little time just to make sure about that.

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Real Estate Investing with Gary Boomershine

The Sale Ring

02:16 min | Last week

Real Estate Investing with Gary Boomershine

"So we've got gary boomer shine in the studio with us. He's joining us from sonora california. It sounds like a nice place it does. Yeah gary is He founded real estate investor dot com back in two thousand five and he's got some interesting insight into the real estate industry We're going to talk a little bit about off market properties. And he's got a book. We'll talk about the book. That's out there. So gary we we appreciate you being on. Thanks for taking the time to join us. Yes it's a it's such a pleasure. Yes you did. Say it right. I'm in a little area. We my family. I grew up in the san francisco bay area born and raised Come from a very long real estate background we Occurrence owned a family real estate business. I was a licensed agent three weeks after turning eighteen. I'm showing my age was nineteen eighty seven and kate for college by holding open houses endure knocking and we had a rental portfolio back in the day And so i was also doing work. And change out doorknobs and painting. And then i went down the technology path. A really didn't have huge interest. In real estate it was the silicon valley dot com. Sort of move. I got a computer science and engineering degree and did that And work in. Enterprise software was two thousand four. My wife and i actually came back to our roots and wanted a new life I was kinda tired of working. The eighty hour workweeks great experience. But really we had a couple of young kids and wanted to financial freedom and a life and read rich. Dad poor dad and the light bulb came on around and that started me on the journey. So that was two thousand and four. I've been fulltime real estate investor since then and it has been quite a journey so Yes i also just about to launch my first book then on my bucket list for long time called the freedom code happy to share some insights and And what the book is about

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Nations Begin 3 Weeks of Grueling Climate Talks Online

Here & Now

00:14 sec | 2 weeks ago

Nations Begin 3 Weeks of Grueling Climate Talks Online

"Officials from around the globe are beginning. Three weeks of grueling online climate talks online do depend

Chocolate Covered (MM #3721)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Chocolate Covered (MM #3721)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation two or three weeks ago, I was talking about the cicadas, the 17-year cicadas coming back and haven't really seen any evidence of them here in Nashville. Know, I know they're around, but I just haven't seen any granted. I don't get out as much as I used to, but still, we haven't seen much activity with the cicadas. I understand they're big and powerful, and in full force in parts of North Carolina, Virginia, and into DC. And one thing, some crazy confectioners are doing, are creating a food treat. Yes. Chocolate-covered cicadas. Are the new temporary taste Trend. Now, I've had chocolate covered in sauce before and let's be honest. You really just taste the chocolate and you get a little crunch. I don't want to say it's like a Nestle Crunch bar, but in a way it is because you don't really think about what you're crunching into that little hard part. But there are people making lots of money right now. Trying get all the cicadas, they can find to create chocolate-covered cicada treats. If you will, this is what I'm going to pass on. I've had enough chocolate covered insects before, and to be honest with you, chocolate-covered grasshoppers, tastes just like chocolate covered ants. Just a little bit bigger pieces dead.

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Chocolate Covered (MM #3721)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Chocolate Covered (MM #3721)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation two or three weeks ago, I was talking about the cicadas, the 17-year cicadas coming back and haven't really seen any evidence of them here in Nashville. Know, I know they're around, but I just haven't seen any granted. I don't get out as much as I used to, but still, we haven't seen much activity with the cicadas. I understand they're big and powerful, and in full force in parts of North Carolina, Virginia, and into DC. And one thing, some crazy confectioners are doing, are creating a food treat. Yes. Chocolate-covered cicadas. Are the new temporary taste Trend. Now, I've had chocolate covered in sauce before and let's be honest. You really just taste the chocolate and you get a little crunch. I don't want to say it's like a Nestle Crunch bar, but in a way it is because you don't really think about what you're crunching into that little hard part. But there are people making lots of money right now. Trying get all the cicadas, they can find to create chocolate-covered cicada treats. If you will, this is what I'm going to pass on. I've had enough chocolate covered insects before, and to be honest with you, chocolate-covered grasshoppers, tastes just like chocolate covered ants. Just a little bit bigger pieces dead.

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Russia Appears to Carry out Hack Through System Used by U.S. Aid Agency

NBC Nightly News

01:38 min | 2 weeks ago

Russia Appears to Carry out Hack Through System Used by U.S. Aid Agency

"A high stakes summit between president biden and russian president vladimir putin just weeks away in urgent new crisis at the forefront. Another hacking against the us government. Being blamed on. Russia are pete. Williams has the latest on the investigation. The latest attack at the state department's agency for international development. Usa id which distributes america's foreign aid the hackers inserted malheur that sent what appeared to be genuine usaid emails to more than one hundred fifty recipients including human rights groups and other organizations that have been critical of russia's president vladimir putin in a blog post microsoft says the attack came from a threat actor called no bellingham originating from russia the same group behind the huge solar wind attack that targeted the department of homeland security energy commerce defense treasury and state and thousands of america's businesses the. Us government has said no belgium's hacking is the work of russia's foreign intelligence service. This time microsoft says it systems blocked most of the militias emails and mark them as spam but the russian attack comes less than three weeks before president biden is scheduled to meet putin in geneva. We need clear. Rules of nation state conduct in cyberspace and then clearly stated consequences for violations of those rules. Last month biden imposed modest sanctions on russia for the solar winds attack but said he was prepared to take further action. If the hacking didn't stop security experts say this latest attack was intended to gather intelligence on putin's opponents but it was still going on within the past few days suggesting. us sanctions haven't made much difference.

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What We Learned From the Epic Games v. Apple Trial

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

01:11 min | 2 weeks ago

What We Learned From the Epic Games v. Apple Trial

"Trial. What is it? Why does it matter? What's the latest? Yeah, the the long and short of it is that epic is this company that makes the Game four tonight? You might have heard of it. It's one of the most popular games in the world. They have sued Apple and the very basic of the lawsuit is that they believe Apple controls the APP store too much. Currently, for example, you can't get a nap for your iPhone unless you go through Apple's app store there No other APP stores out there. Apple doesn't allow them. Also don't allow you to buy digital goods like a new look for your character unless you go through Apple's payment processing, which takes a 30% cup from the from the company, so it's something that epic has one not enjoyed, and they have decided to sue. They say that its monopolistic behavior And over the last three weeks, we with into a bunch of testimony in an Oakland, California court, where they debated this, and it's actually really interesting. It's like one of the first times we've seen Ah major antitrust trial around Tech in decades. So if epic doesn't like

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Epic Games, Apple Close Out Final Day of Courtroom Battle Over Monopoly Claims

Bloomberg Law

00:28 sec | 3 weeks ago

Epic Games, Apple Close Out Final Day of Courtroom Battle Over Monopoly Claims

"Pitches to a federal judge. After a three week trial. Epic Ass Judge Yvonne Gonzales Rogers to curb the marketplace of the APP store while the iPhone make her asked her to leave its marketplace for two million APS undisturbed. Big suit Apple in August after the iPhone maker remove fortnight from its APP store because the gaming company created a work around so it wouldn't have to continue paying a 30% fee on customers in APP purchases. Joining me is antitrust

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Make Meal Time a Breeze With This Simple Strategy

Forever35

01:10 min | 3 weeks ago

Make Meal Time a Breeze With This Simple Strategy

"This person writes. This is one of the best practices. i've ever done for our household to adults two toddlers. Here it is one figure out your meal plan formula for a week for us means to entrees and a soup or side dish to make the entrees and immediately freeze a quarter to a third of it. Three do this for three weeks and then on week. Four bring out the frozen entrees of the past this way. you have. A week's worth of meals already cooked plus you save on that budget. Oh okay i think about this. I know i'm still doing this. Math problem in my head. This is literally. Sat question isn't yes. But i get it now. They on four. They've yes they've prepped. All the ran a whole sh- mortgage board of yes exactly. I do this a little bit. Where i make double of what i'm cooking and then i kind of just freeze a lot of make double also because my family. We all eat a lot. But then whatever's left. I'm like all freeze. These meatballs are all freeze this little bit of like chili and so we have it. S

Ohio Increases Shots After It Announces $1 Million Vaccination Lottery

Mark Blazor

00:12 sec | 3 weeks ago

Ohio Increases Shots After It Announces $1 Million Vaccination Lottery

"Department of Health Reporting an uptick in Corona virus vaccinations after they announced they're vaccine lottery last Friday, the states all its best turnout for first time shots in three weeks.

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GOP-Dominated Arizona Supervisors Call for End to Election Audit

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

00:57 sec | Last month

GOP-Dominated Arizona Supervisors Call for End to Election Audit

"Has done explaining anything to these people who are playing investigator. The defamatory lies need to stop. It needs to stop. It's time to say enough is enough. It is time to push back on the big lie. Enough is enough. That was the unified message today. From the republican majority board of supervisors in maricopa county arizona. The republicans on that board called a public meeting today to say enough is enough with this cuckoo for cocoa puffs so called audit of the two thousand twenty presidential election results from maricopa county. The republican majority board unanimously approved. A letter calling for the arizona senate republicans to put a stop to this whole conspiracy theory stoking exercise which has now been going on for more than three weeks. They said quote. It's time to end this for the good of the senate for the good of the country for the good of the democratic institutions that define us as americans.

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The Key Role CFOs Play in Making Profitable Pricing Decisions with Steve Rosvold

Impact Pricing

02:20 min | Last month

The Key Role CFOs Play in Making Profitable Pricing Decisions with Steve Rosvold

"What i wanna do is talk about. Cfo's today and i want. I want to learn more about how they think. And hopefully you can share that with us before you met me. How did you think. Cfo's thought about pricing. You know. I think certainly in the past and frankly when i was the last. Cfo job ahead with seven or eight years ago. And you know it's a cost plus it's looking at margin. Cfo's have been focused on the cost side of the business and the margin side of the business so they looked at the top line but only relation to the margin. And i think when we first met not long ago the whole idea of value pricing is really interesting. And it's something the cfo's a travel through having a more valuable contribution to their companies are having understand pricing for more of a perspective than just cost plus or an hourly rate or even fixed rate. And so that's a really attracted me to your work at impact pricing because you really preach the value of pricing and how to increase. I think that's a great place for cfo's to start adding an increasing their value to the companies. I certainly agree with that. Of course we published an article on. Cfo university on your site. What two three weeks ago now. Something like that. Have you heard anything different from. Cfo's have they have gotten excited of they said. Hey this is a way. I wanna thank in the future. I think almost totally. It's been a positive where the hard part comes in is. How do we do it. This value based pricing. How do i have an influence on that. And how do i create that value for the company so yeah it had very positive but the question mark remains for the cfo and you hit it on the head. We're very focused on cost. We maybe don't understand value well enough when it comes to pricing products and services. So that's where the quandary for us we want to get there. We're not sure how so. That's why i'm so excited to have you as part of one of our contributing to see if what i university because you can teach i think so much to our to our members and the cfo community at large so very popular article people they want to be able to create that value and help companies influence in a positive way and so it was really a really positive from its acceptance. Now there's the big education piece. How do we get there.

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David Lappin on Sharpening His Poker Skills

Chasing Poker Greatness

02:13 min | Last month

David Lappin on Sharpening His Poker Skills

"Have you been playing. A ton of poker certainly played more online poker in the last year than i did in the last couple of years. But that's mainly down to just having the the no travel time and the no live poker time. I sort of settled into free days a week. I just play Sunday monday and thursdays. Or sometimes i flick in a saturday. And then the occasional extra day off. But that's pretty rare and then by twice a year when you have a big series. I might play every day for a month every day for three weeks or whatever that happens to be and and yeah so that's been more online poker than played in quite a while which is good because you definitely feel. Sharp are particularly into the second week of lang every day. As so. i see that you know you. You feel the muscle memory comeback the brain engaging a bit deeper into spots. Am i generally mass multi table. Or i guess what would still constitute massimo tape these days. It's a lot less than i used to back. In my prime i was forty tabling. These days i'm twenty four tabling but i think as well like you're you're giving back what he when you do this in each individual game so fast. Good fast better. Decisions are things that take a little bit of practice getting so i always feel like when i'm not quite playing as often. I do sharpness and that shows the results to. I had a good results back at christmas. I made the final table of the union that open online which we did an online version. Which like every brand has done this year and that was nice. My good friend oregon neil. That was good fun. that was sort of like making. That was almost like making a life. Final table in my was close to it this year. And we're looking forward to maybe playing poker. Before the end of the year malta's caseload for covert as quite considerably. There is talk of some festivals here in the summer. there's a good chance. I might even be vaccinated by midsummer my age group. Looks like it might be late. June early july vaccinated. I will turn you feel lot more comfortable doing something like that. And then of course. There's the light at the end of the tunnel that we all feel right now. That is vegas and just thinking. Oh we'll go to vegas in october. That could be

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"three weeks later" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:30 min | 3 months ago

"three weeks later" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Homicide detectives were investigating a murder near Irwindale. Three weeks later, when they ran into the guy. He was arrested after a standoff. Let's take a look at a hazard on the four or five. Look at it with Mr On the four or five North bound before West, Mr Avoca couple of ladders and the two middle lane, so we're looking at slowing on either side there. And a high of 91. He's gonna Euclid Street. Just hearing about a new accident in the left lane. Your drive is starting to slow down Reverend brokers. They are buying. This guy is sponsored by injury. Attorney Superwoman super lawyer dot com Jeff Boss still working on the 91 All right, to just honest now, we really don't want you to drive into this. So listen up Quarters six this morning. It was a crash in between. We're told by CG vehicle and a motorcyclist and someone was killed in this crash. Now the westbound 91 at pioneer. That's where it all took place. That's just before the 605. Had always shut down for a while. Now, as I speak, you were circling over. Don't leave the true right lanes. Open back up pretty much to the eye. Five. Now, even on the eastbound side, we have lanes blocked. It's only the corporal left lane, so not quite as bad. But the westbound back up again to the eye. Five eastbound coming away from Bellflower. Long time delays here. He used our teacher Boulevard Alondra. Any surface strike any surface street? Excuse me. You get on the West 91 a pioneer. I'm looking at their right now. It is open. So again. Avoid this If you can. Injured in an accident visit Superwoman super lawyer dot com Jeff Bob K F Eye in the sky. Hey, if I and this guy help get you there faster. I'm.

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"three weeks later" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:42 min | 3 months ago

"three weeks later" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"A bank. I was the only guy outside the Beltway. I managed Money trust family trusts for 23 senators was the only guy outside the Beltway doing it. Was all because I had one There was Ah, great Senator back in the eighties who? I won't say his name. I'll tell you all fair, but I managed just the family trust and his father was always hassling. You know, you got it. He should be managing trust. So anyway, I had him. I got called before a congressional hearing in their investigation of this person. And so they said, Look, we just need to stall. We just need some time here. We're gonna get this worked out so I go down. There are nothing was subpoenaed. I wasn't subpoenaed. I go down. I didn't bring anything with me. And every time they ask the question, I said, that's you know, private information between me and my client. I can't talk about that. I'm sorry, but if you get his permission, I'm happy to disclose it. And that was kind of my stock answer. So they let me go in about 20 minutes because they realized there was nothing there were asked that I wouldn't be able to say that so Anyway. Three weeks later, it's all going away. It's gone stunt. He never ran for reelection, who is one of the most powerful guys in Washington the time so obviously cut a deal? So there's a lot of deals that get cut in Washington when you're living down and working in that cess pool every once in a while, you start to see all this stuff. So what's to stop the Democrats from saying, Hey, Mitch, we know you know, the only thing you care about getting reelected. You don't care about anyone. They don't. That's what they care about. So we can make sure you get reelected. I'm just.

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"three weeks later" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"three weeks later" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Paul gambles managing partner and founder and B. and G. group up Paul I want to pick up where we left off which is of course the reaction from the central banks into the market may hand we've seen over the past couple of days when it comes to the federal reserve our day going to be able to offset the impact of these this new stage in the US China trade war with additional rate cuts is that going to be enough answer your question one of the things that you know I think the federal reserve is about to found find out is that money if you policy isn't really a great tool for for stimulation they should have learned this lesson by now because every time they cut rates in the past it's it's very devious is only one case where maybe it's worked so you know great great cancer asymmetrical or interest rates are asymmetrical if you put up interest rates they act as a constraint on growth if you cut them they don't necessarily work to to improve ground we needed you actually need to change a whole bunch of other factors as well and this is this is one nineteen ninety eight potentially work for Alan Greenspan because the the action that was taken was so dramatic it didn't just affect the price of money it actually you know it changed the whole psychology around the fact that the September FOMC meeting they they cut the the FOR but then you know three weeks later without an FOMC meeting he went and got a whole bunch of other rates and it was just really the psychology of that that that change markets around the the the cuts themselves didn't do anything now can J. Powell go out there and and you know really alone market psychology in the way that Alan Greenspan did I don't think we've seen anything to suggest that so far so I think you know that the real risk here is the fed getting further and further behind because of and if you die his capacity deserted deliver any kind of shock and Ole and and are you tended to be shorter of equity markets going into the back half of we look at the the movie may have that that Tracy refers to over the past couple of days could be a prelude to something much more aggressive if you die the ability for a live a shock and all from the fed not exactly and you don't remember you know Greenspan move because the equity markets were off so the more than twenty percent so we haven't quite seen that yet I think you know we probably need to get to those levels before before Powell's out to IBM okay can you imagine what it's going to be like with that trump tweeting when equity markets are down twenty percent in house there was sort of in a semi paralyzed that it's it's you know we think it's I think it's fun and games now this will be absolute mayhem then that's that's for sure I I I don't think that the fed have got it in them to be able to do to get in front of this I think it needs in as a new dream yeah hi listing approach you need somebody to galvanize that and I just don't see Jay Powell is being the character to do that even if he cuts rates again and then the next FOMC meeting so it's ugly and its potential very young for equities we've been that taking equity beta gradually off the table for a while now we've got very very little equity beta left it's very selective what we have got in fact you know what what what we're looking at now is this potentially buying a little bit more Chinese tech that's what that's what the opportunity potentially is a Chinese tech times smaller companies but generally equity beta best avoided in this circumstance well I just want to ask you call it you know we we just lash out chart that showed our aside for the S. and P. five hundred and what's notable about but the past couple of days has really been the speed of the sell off if you doubt the fed's ability to shock and all the market at this point what exactly is going to be the circuit breaker for the sell off.

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"three weeks later" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"three weeks later" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"So about three weeks later, George Carlin is guest hosting and when your guest hosting you can suggest or even I guess probably even require the certain people be your guests. Yeah. And the ash for me, and they said, okay. And so I got on the Carson show. And of course, you know, what I did that grapes. Yeah. Do it. And it did really well. And then jeez. I think within a few months, I actually was guest hosting see that's something. Like, I remember that all the time. And I remember like as a kid you'd you'd have your favorite guests hosts. I remember David Brenner used to do it on look in time. And like, you know, always different guy in that that sort of gravitas in confidence of a guy like Carson who's going to be like you're gonna take a couple of weeks off and just let who's on the list. Yeah. Let them do it. Put the show on autopilot basic give these guys a shot. Handling. Yep. You don't see that anymore anymore to Terry might absolutely terrifying. When your backstage in the shows about starting Ed McMahon says now he hears there's really only one word the thought was right and name just just are terrified. And I realized later on that my first guest was Steve Allen and was the father of all this stuff. And I think that may have been just wise judgment on their part that if in fact, I did mess my underwear or where she always going on. They had a they had a host right there that could take over. Well, that was had you not met him before who Steve. Yeah. I had met him before. I think well, it just seems like that that time you were here. And at that time you were working in the seventies. That there was this interesting thing, I always loved about, and what made me sort of drawn towards show business was a seeming camaraderie of the people that were in it. And there were a select bunch of peop-. Well, you know, there were the people you always on TV. There were the people you always saw on movies, but it still felt like a small community to me. Yeah. Watching it. And it seems like you were here where that transition of the old guard and the new guard was happening, but the old guys were still around. Right. And they and you'd see them, and you'd get to know them probably. Well, I'll tell you what's striking me as odd is. And I was talking to both Eric idle and Steve about this is that there was a time when we were just coming up. There was a there was George Burns, and Bob Hope, and they were there we've become that. Yeah. You know, I get people coming up to me and actually have used the word, and I'm not saying this. In terms of self-praise, they'll use the word legend, and I realized that we're legend can simply be translated using a calendar. If you are only dead if you're old enough, and you're not dead and have stayed in the business. You're automatically a legend, regardless of the quality of what you right? But I think the the sad thing to me. I guess it sad on some of about another level. It means a lot more opportunities for creative people is that that the the media landscape is so fragmented that you know, there was a time with like those guys like burns, George Burns. Bob Hope Johnny right where the entire country knew who they were. Absolutely. And they had a relationship with those guys..

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"three weeks later" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"three weeks later" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Rick that is so the media right there let me finish the story just right quick trump tower like three weeks later the door was office sitting behind his desk and he's holding a copy of my book blue collar conservative loch any says great book i said i said eating read my book and he said no i read your butts this is a great book this is what's wrong with american nobody's looking out for blue collar america just whip it on immigration and trade and all this stuff and we have the conversation about president which of course is eating my dismissed as ridiculous and so we had a great little meeting but all starting with the joe piscopo show that's a great story senator thank you so but you know it's interesting because we do here now and then that he does listen i know a lot of the white house listen so and then when we talk about things you know we we supported the president from early early on it was me and actually all five boroughs are our producer and mike gallagher we kind of said this guy can win we we were the first to say so okay thank you sorry i missed you we miss you on the scene you know we miss you on the tell us what you do with patriot voices this is great what you're doing.

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"three weeks later" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"three weeks later" Discussed on The Science Show

"That you get dum regeneration you get tissue guided regeneration is jake and who i am not that i'm a nerd much but then three weeks later we peel the silicon layer that is a pseudo epithelium off the surface and we put a widemesh gingrich aft and sprays his own skin cells all over and he's healed in six weeks that is as good as it gets today so everybody's like this this why is it that i'm saab into my pillow because i did that operation twenty five years ago the first time that technique was used in the strata what if i do for twenty five years i beat myself up ridiculously oh my goodness then i stepped back from this we'll go salt the problem twenty five years ago we took cells growing into sheets we took them from the laboratory we changed our surgery so we made the patient the tissue culture flask with two what a process that took three weeks with marie we cut it down to ten days then when we started spraying cells on we got it to five days and then we put it in a box and took it into the operating theatre and do it in thirty minutes and so we do it at the bedside we changed the paradigm so we spray straight on so we've just put a big grant got a team together from the collagen from allen here who's q u n s w and the bio printers from adventure in our team w way because what i said don't want to wake forest in north carolina i shouldn't miss them out because they've actually bio printed the framework and skin cells grown ashida skin takes six weeks six weeks is a hell of a long time have you skin missing it's really painful and really damaging as i'm thinking well i want it here so we kind of pursue exactly what we did twenty five years ago and we're going to change the paradigm we're gonna bio print directly onto that would.

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"three weeks later" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"three weeks later" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"And regrettably fifty three weeks later we have to let that's wide because becomes an enormous thing to support but we figure if you haven't downloaded it and listen to it and fifty two weeks you probably aren't going to but you still have the archived audio there forever and ever and ever and one of the brands that i have paid a lot of attention to over the last fifteen and a half years you know we were in our sixteen year now we started our seventeenth year in july can you believe that but over the last fifteen and a half years i have both well i'm gonna say over the last twenty or thirty years i have spent a lot of time enjoying the decadent luxury of being pampered in the loveliest way in relation shadow properties in north america and in europe and i may have stayed in some elsewhere but i'd have to sit down and really give some thought as to where that was because i generally spend most of my time somewhere between canada and the northern part of south america and an inordinate amount of time in europe because destination i really love and if you want to assure yourself the perfect trip then you're going to want to find as many relationships oh properties along the route you're planning or do what i've done on more than one occasion find the relationship so properties you want to say and then plan the route and that way you know you're going to have an experience in walking into a fairytale only it's all real and it's all wonderful and it's one of those brands that you can really rely on for consistency and for understanding the finest aspects of hospitality in the travel industry so i got lucky and i learned that the new president and group managing director of relationships for the us is based in rhode island a new englander what could be more wonderful we literally can hop in the car and and meet him either in rhode island or somewhere in between and in fact i had the pleasure of getting to meet him for probably less than eight minutes but i made an attempt to get to blantyre in.

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"three weeks later" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"three weeks later" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Yeah we we've only had done problems once and that wasn't by person that was by the police department do we didn't do nothing my son plays an online game and someone threatened to have him swatted one night we report about three weeks later we're sitting there one night eating dinner and here's this guy's on our window and my husband walks outside and it's pitch black in here he's got a gun they runs back blondes door unlocked it tells everybody to get down i go where my on my son to get down come back out my front doors pleased with his gun drawn at the windows the doors being opened the door and get down so then what well then they came in because whoever it called it in had bad you know called pretending to be my son because they don't call the number one number they called the nonemergency not yup and so they say you know and it was all resolved realized there was no while we're down on the ground we have another turn around and our daughter who's sitting behind us look by and there's a six three policemen with with the shotgun it's nothing the back while we were coming in the laugh about this all right nick thanks for calling new jersey one zero one point five all right well this is what we want to know after fort lee robbery where a rapper was relieved of one hundred eighty three thousand dollars in jewelry and cash at gunpoint we wanna know have you ever faced down a gun and how did you handle at one eight hundred two eight three one one point five dennis and judy the idea of.

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"three weeks later" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"three weeks later" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And at least a benshalom who space of the united states as you mentioned your husband the ju employed the services of a much maker for your our union we met at a retreat we both ended up breaking up with the people that we reduce aiding and we kind of looked across the table one friday night and thought like only maybe there's something here and at that point my husband's said okay well let's we're going to call the rabbi who he was very close with it was really his best friend and we're going to have him be our matchmaker and help us through this process so we brought the matchmaker in after most people think the matchmakers sets you up but we brought him in as a matchmaker to be our guide and our mentor through that eating process k and keita you has did you meet him well what mind was a completely arraigned set up my mother sold me over a game of cards okay she was laying actually she was playing mahjong with a friend of hers and she was talking to her and telling i'll have a daughter and she needs to be married and i was all of twenty this other lady said oh my sister has a son then you know they looking out for girl for him and so why don't we get the kids to meet we met and three weeks later to the day we've of married i'll so we went out about three times we didn't date we just went out and he proposed to me and he said i think we should get married and i agreed thing at the age of twenty you don't know much more but i have to say that it was probably the best decision of my life because we grew up together you know we grew up together we went through a law trials and tribulations together we supported each other through everything and i think getting married early for me at least was a big blessing i'd like to know a little bit more about your clients now lease are you focus on older single people give us ninety of whom these people are so their age ranges is late 20s 30s 40s 50s some people are single never been married some are divorced with children without children widowed all different backgrounds all different jewish observance levels or none at all within judaism it's a very broad spectrum but within.

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"three weeks later" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"three weeks later" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

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"three weeks later" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"three weeks later" Discussed on AP News

"Highway's closed across the midwest's a winter storm slams the area heavy snow and wind close to a foot and a half a snow has fallen in places sue city iowa police sergeant jason alan tells casey a utv the streets are treacherous in people learn estimating how slippery it actually is sold they're continuing to increase their speeds as they get more comfortable with the roadway and then unfortunate when they need to stop their sliding through intersections of a major trafficking ring that smuggled six tonnes of ivory out of gop bone in 2017 has been dismantled in a victory against poachers who have killed launch numbers of forest elephants in the central african country the chadian head of the syndicate eight accomplices were arrested on november the first after a twoyear investigation assisted by interpol and french police the rings money man was arrested three weeks later the park service directive said in an email to the associated press that the arrests went immediately announced because the investigation was continuing and suspects would have gone underground if they had been publicity he said the suspects could be imprisoned for at least ten years if convicted on organized crime charges gobble has africa's biggest population of forest elephants which are harder to monitor and counts than savannah elephants because they live in dense vegetation a juke university study released a year ago revealed the toll of poaching it said the elephant population in one national park in northeast gabon had dropped by about eighty percent or more than 25000 elephants between two thousand and four and two thousand fourteen wellprotected elephant populations of recovering in some pox in gabon including along the.

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"three weeks later" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"three weeks later" Discussed on AP News

"And emergency order to screen cargo on flights heading to the united states from five mideast countries more closely has been issued because of a threat of terrorism the country's falling under this order are egypt jordan saudi arabia qatar and united arab emirates the country's were chosen because terrorist groups have demonstrated intent to attack airplanes from those countries according to the transportation security administration airlines are supposed to provide certain information to us customs officials on the shipments at the earliest practical point before loading the cargo the shipment information is than compared to information the us has on terror threats a major trafficking ring that smuggled six tonnes of ivory out of gop on in 2017 has been dismantled in a victory against poachers who have killed launch numbers of forest elephants in the central african country the chadian head of the syndicate and eight accomplices were arrested on november the first after a twoyear investigation assisted by interpol and french police the rings money man was arrested three weeks later the punks service director said in an email to the associated press that the arrests went immediate li announced because the investigation was continuing and suspects would have gone underground if there had been publicity he said the suspects could be imprisoned for at least ten years if convicted on organized crime charges gobble has africa's biggest population of forest elephants which are harder to monitor and counts than savannah elephants because they live in dense vegetation a juke university study released a year ago revealed the toll of poaching it said the elephant population in one national park in northeast gabon had dropped by about eighty percent or more than 25000 elephants between two thousand and four and two thousand fourteen wellprotected elephant populations of recovering in some pox in gabon including along the atlantic coast gap all has deployed the militry in some areas to protect wildlife for the ap i'm james luckhurst for the.

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"three weeks later" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"three weeks later" Discussed on AP News

"Be schools and highway's closed across midwest's a winter storm slams the area heavy snow and wind close to a foot and a half of snow has fallen in places sue city iowa police sergeant jason alan tells casey a utv the streets are treacherous people are underestimating has slippery it actually is sold they're continuing to increase their speeds as they get more comfortable with the roadway and that unfortunate when they need to stop their sliding through intersections of a major trafficking ring that smuggled six tonnes of ivory out of gop on in 2017 has been dismantled in a victory against poachers who have killed launch numbers of forest elephants in the central african country the chadian head of the syndicate and eight accomplices were arrested on november the first after a twoyear investigation assisted by interpol and french police the rings money man was arrested three weeks later the park service director said in an email to the associated press that the arrests went immediately announced because the investigation was continuing and suspects would have gone underground if there had been publicity he said the suspects could be improved and for at least ten years if convicted on organized crime charges got has africa's biggest population of forest elephants which are harder to monitor and counts than savannah elephants because they live in dense vegetation a juke university study released a year ago revealed a total of poaching it said the elephant population in one national park in northeast gabon had dropped by about eighty percent or more than 25000 elephants between two thousand and four and two thousand fourteen wellprotected elephant populations of recovering in some pox in gabon including along the atlantic coast gap all has deployed the militry in some areas to protect wildlife for the ap i'm james luckhurst for the rivet well desk china's foreign ministry is defending its role in global trade amid criticism by the us government the us that it was a mistake to support beijing's world trade organisation membership and terms that failed to open its economy a ministry spokeswoman says china's strictly complying with wto rules at a suspected kingpin of wildlife trafficking has been arrested in thailand and what's being called thailand's largest wildlife crime case ever 40yearold boonchai bach is accused of fuelling asia's illegal trade for well over a decade he was arrested.

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"three weeks later" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"three weeks later" Discussed on AP News

"Victory against poachers who have killed launch numbers of forest elephants in the central african country the chadian head of the syndicate and eight accomplices were arrested on november the first after a twoyear investigation assisted by interpol and french police the rings money man was arrested three weeks later the park service director said in an email to the associated press that the arrests went immediately announced because the investigation was continuing and suspects would have gone underground if there had been publicity he said the suspects could be imprisoned for at least ten years if convicted on organized crime charges gobble has africa's biggest population of forest elephants which are harder to monitor and counts than savannah elephants because they live in tents vegetation a juke university study released a year ago revealed the toll of poaching it said the elephant population in one national park in northeast gabon had dropped by about eighty percent or more than 25000 elephants between two thousand and four and two thousand fourteen wellprotected elephant populations of recovering in some pox in gabon including along the atlantic coast gap all has deployed the militry in some areas to protect wildlife for the ap i'm james luckhurst for the rivet well desk hundreds of thousands of people all around the world rallied storm bay ap's julie walker reports the march is worth sollidarity with women in the us to demand equality justice of the room to harassment in london demonstrators carrying signs that read we are powerful and heinz up chanted outside prime minister theresa may's office as they raise grievances ranging from workplace inequality to misogynistic abuse on social media protests coorganizer scholem usha balmy moon is absurd to bring about change it was also a show of solidarity with the women's marches in the us represents issues that we stand against in paris protesters gathered near the eiffel tower in the pouring rain the global demonstrations followed a day of marches across the us on saturday that marked the anniversary.

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"three weeks later" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"three weeks later" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Figured she would die but then three weeks later this girl went on in out to walk out of the hospital she just got better no drugs no comma nothing on our own hm uh in this actually to gina she's pretty close because that the point when she arrived at the hospital to see rodney she was diagnosed as having small amounts van of buddy in her she already had antibody in her blood like those people in peru he did not cover bowl of iraq we could not isolate virus from her which is unusual it does seem that she isn't you know actually special in fact look at all the people who've got in the milwaukee protocol and survived y'all have that profile make the girl in texas like precious reynolds that's another girl who got the milwaukee call survived they have had similar elaborate comeback note those patients you know have have extraordinary lab work and 'extraordinary outcomes and so some researchers in canada and thailand have argued that rodney's protocol actually had very little if nothing to do with jeannik easy surviving they would say she survive despite stutter willoughby's cheapen rather than because of dr oh so they're accusing him of basically pulling a roosters anouska number i don't think they would you know really put it that way exactly they say that the milwaukee protocol should be discontinued and that we shouldn't be wasting time and money on it you know they in bangkok are acutely aware of the fact that to do one lucky particle case you can vaccinate i think with all the kids in bangkok not preventatively against raymond tens of thousands of kids in bangkok crane prevented got saying it's rabies so these credits would say give people a vaccines but don't induce the coma and don't use these untested drugs that rodney administers and if somebody comes in with an advance case of rabies while unless you you have evidence that there one of these immunologically special people you.

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"three weeks later" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"three weeks later" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"And who new i didn't know what the heck ahead sock was and is even cheese year letter that said oh mr prince you now just think an unknown from kansas just think of the publicity you can get out of that night well three weeks later and i i went ahead and i bought my ticket to go to new york at the end of the summer i had it all planned hours gonna work to jobs in save up everything that i made so that i could go to new york so three weeks later mr princes secretary calls me and said ms wallis mr prince got your picture and your letter and he would fly like to fly you'd in new york to audition and i would oh my god that so cool all wednesay meet me and she gave me the date and i said oh that's the day i get in i what i need you to at theaters l five right so he would have paid my flight and everything very ads i was raised that's how i was raised man so the day i lay ended in new york city i took everything i owned gave it to a cab driver said a high this is my address i haven't been there yet but can you take all my staff they're leaving the door man 'cause i have an idea and would help our trust and i went down to rockefeller center and i got down to the last five girls lau in the acting in the dancing and then they said all right mr prints would like to hear you seeing now and i went.

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"three weeks later" Discussed on Modern Love

Modern Love

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"three weeks later" Discussed on Modern Love

"We had a wedding plan for three weeks later i can't believe you're doing this i said from the edge of her bed i know will always be best friends she said mm i left just after sunrise suitcase in hand feeling as if i had just fallen from a moving train it seemed unimaginable that i was meant to report for duty at the hospital in less than a month my new employers were expecting a freshly minted physician full of knowledge and an eagerness to heal as it was i can barely remember my name i took a cab to the airport booked a flight to my father's house in minnesota and stayed there until it was time to limp back to new york to start my residency i spent the hour that was supposed to have been our wedding ceremony sitting in the crook of a tree staring at the suburban horizon the evening silent the weather was perfect after returning from minnesota i moved to a marginal block in the neighborhood of highway access ramps and overpasses plastic bags blue along the empty streets brief walks to and from the hospital and solitary meals with dust moat swirling in my sparse living room or all that interrupted the otherwise constant blur of rounding on patients in the dim morning hours writing hundreds of medical orders and updating parents who ranged from frantic two silently resigned there are rules about the number of hours a training physician can work in a hospital but the limit remains high.

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