18 Burst results for "Three sixty five days"

"three sixty five days" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:35 min | 8 months ago

"three sixty five days" Discussed on KOMO

"How to be most efficient and that delivery sorry selling partners their warehouses and their distribution facilities are within just miles an idea that we're little in their backyard idea that we can be really collaborating closely on understanding what their needs are and be able to grow very efficiently he says it's AG three point no adapting the message for a changing world with more people especially living in cities but with less land to grow on coupled with water shortages and extreme weather our system is more channels than ever before so the work we're doing here be able to trace our product from CD package grow in a very controlled environment and then more poorly grow products that are really flavorful more nutritious the community is willing and getting behind it and as soon as we step inside the farm it's another reminder this is not a traditional farm with the scarecrow that's an air shower there's one above every door in the building it's aimed at preventing anything from coming into the farm that shouldn't be there we talk about control agriculture from C. the package and the ability to grow without any pesticides really want to minimize any points of entry so we've gone through a series of chambers L. pressurized air and then the air curtains as well and then we go through a process we're gonna wash up I'm gonna put on protective gear that gear includes lab coats eye protection gloves hair nets even a disinfecting mac to step on sense to make sure we're not tracking anything into the growing room and that room is remarkable rows and rows of growing trace their eighty feet long stacked to the ceiling forty feet above all with the purpose three sixty five days are creating the exact same environments will optimize the plants and so it's independent of.

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"three sixty five days" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:01 min | 8 months ago

"three sixty five days" Discussed on WTVN

"How to be most efficient and that delivery sorry selling partners their warehouses in their distribution facilities are within just miles an idea that we're little in their backyard idea that we can be really collaborating closely on understanding what their needs are and be able to grow very efficiently he says it's AG three point no adapting the methods for a changing world with more people especially living in cities but with less land to grow on coupled with water shortages and extreme weather our system is more channels than ever before so the work we're doing here be able to trace our product from C. the package grow and a very controlled environment and then more importantly grow products that are really flavorful more nutritious the community is willing getting behind it and as soon as we step inside the farm it's another reminder this is not a traditional farm with the scarecrow that's an air shower there's one above every door in the building it's aimed at preventing anything from coming into the farm that shouldn't be there we talk about control agriculture from see the active in the ability to grow without any pesticides really want to minimize any points of entry so we've gone through a series of chambers L. pressurized air and then the air curtains as well and then we go through a process we're gonna wash up I'm gonna put on protective gear that gear includes lab coats I protection gloves hair nets even a disinfecting mac to step on and to make sure we're not tracking anything into the growing rule and that room is remarkable rows and rows of growing trace their eighty feet long stacked to the ceiling forty feet above all with the purpose three sixty five days are creating the exact same environment to be able to optimize the plants and so independent of the seasons in that part of the weather and this is about how we can really think about first and foremost about how to create the perfect environment for the plants and having to be a perfect fireman for workers as well and this room filled with baby leafy greens and lots of the power in the field this may take thirty to forty five days to grow I mean the roads fall to fourteen days by giving the plant exactly what it needs when it needs it but how do the plants grow we talk about growing indoors without sun or soil.

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"three sixty five days" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:01 min | 8 months ago

"three sixty five days" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Most efficient and that delivery sorry selling partners their warehouses and their distribution facilities are within just miles an idea that we're a little in their backyard idea that we can be really collaborating closely on understanding what their needs are and be able to grow very efficiently he says it's AG three point no adapting the message for a changing world with more people especially living in cities but with less land to grow on coupled with water shortages and extreme weather our system is more channels than ever before so the work we're doing here be able to trace our product from C. the package grow in a very controlled environment and then more importantly grow products that are really flavorful more nutritious the committee's ruling getting behind it and as soon as we step inside the farm it's another reminder this is not a traditional farm with the scarecrow that's an air shower there's one above every door in the building it's aimed at preventing anything from coming into the farm that shouldn't be there we talk about control agriculture from C. the package and the ability to grow without any pesticides we want to minimize any points of entry so we've gone through a series of chambers all pressurized air and then the air curtains as well and then we go through a process or we're gonna wash up when put on protective gear that gear includes a lab coats eye protection gloves hair nets even a disinfecting mac to step on thanks to make sure we're not tracking anything into the growing rule and that room is remarkable rows and rows of growing trace their eighty feet long stacked to the ceiling forty feet above all with the purpose three sixty five days are creating the exact same environments will optimize the plants and so independent of the seasons in that part of the weather and this is about how we can really think about first and foremost but how to create the perfect environment for the plants and having to be a perfect apartment for workers as well and this room filled with baby leafy greens and lots of the pound the feel this may take thirty to forty five days to grow I mean the roads fall to fourteen days by giving the plant exactly what it needs when it needs it but how do the plants grow we talk about growing indoors without sun or soil.

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Vertical farming company AeroFarms is making vegetables tastier and feeding communities in need

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

04:18 min | 8 months ago

Vertical farming company AeroFarms is making vegetables tastier and feeding communities in need

"A company in Newark New Jersey takes a different approach to farming to help Americans set their dinner table a former steel mill on the side of highway nine in New Jersey sounds like a Bruce Springsteen layer but this is actually the setting of a cutting edge farm this is the headquarters of Errol farms to three half acre property the idea that we can can convert convert it it into into something something green green productive productive and and grow grow indoors indoors all all year year round round be be able able nurse nurse communities communities is is really really exciting exciting that's that's Marco Marco shima shima chief chief marketing marketing officer officer for for aero aero forms forms which which was was founded founded in in upstate New York but it shifted into Newark we were fundamentally wanna put the farms where the people are and think about how to be most efficient and that delivery sorry selling partners their warehouses and their distribution facilities are within just miles an idea that we're a little in their backyard idea that we can be really collaborating closely on understanding what their needs are and be able to grow very efficiently he says it's AG three point oh adapting the message for a changing world with more people especially living in cities but with less land to grow on coupled with water shortages and extreme weather and as soon as we step inside the farm it's another reminder this is not a traditional farm with the scarecrow rows and rows of growing trace their eighty feet long stacked to the ceiling forty feet above all with the purpose three sixty five days are creating the exact same environments will optimize the plants and so independent of the seasons in that part of the weather and this is about how we can really think about first and foremost but how to create the perfect environment for the plants and happen to be a perfect environment for workers as well and this room filled with baby leafy greens and lots of the pound the feel this may take thirty to forty five days to grow I mean the roads fall to fourteen days given the plan exactly what it needs when it needs it but how do the plants grow we talk about growing indoors without sun for soil are growing medium is a flaw that we have made in the cost of this a lot of flexibility in terms of what we can grow we talk about a wide range just over seventy different types of products we wrote on the cloth but the air owner from the first aeroponics sewer missing the roots the right amount of of water water in in the the right right amount amount of of nutrients nutrients and and that that cloth cloth serves serves as as an an important important barrier barrier so so nothing nothing touches touches the the plant plant as as the the roots roots are are missed missed it it underneath underneath and and what's what's creating creating is is really really healthy healthy growing growing my own for the roots is that what we need is oxygen and so the roots staying on air and they're able to really absorb the nutrients and and the my own factor that we develop there are no windows in the growing room don't plants need sunlight is about how we can think differently in terms of not only that delivery but still needs some light in the spectrum of light we think about how to actually cheat more effective photosynthesis indoors and outdoors and Errol forms provides the spectrum of light by using LED lights above the growing trace the process is all about control he's drawing towers are really like living computers their sensors built in everywhere constantly looking at there it is on the field how this little control for more poorly have this level of precision the idea that we can really think about what's happening real time in this controlled environment allows Errol forms to focus on taste not having to worry about drought or insects or anything else in a very efficient environment we are growing uses ninety five percent less water the size with the same time because of the faster growing cycle are billeted do all year round and then there's no competition you know it with weeds as the weeds and Soviet greater offer prescription is aware growing it has many times more productivity per square foot in the field form an analyzed basis forms to work directly with customers about what they want in products you know who introduced the Kim we had consumers were doing demos doing a dance in the store this is typically a little involvement category right you know with traditional feel farmers come in and the first thing they do is they they check the vigor from the planet and the ideas they were able to grow indoors incredibly hearty plant by knowing and how to stress at the right ways and so that's really creating some product differentiation for us as well it's also creating an impact on the city of Newark were four of Errol farms nine locations are creating jobs to go along with the healthy food options for residents of the city that contain some food desert investors have taken notice arrow farms as several big name backers all of this playing out in the garden

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"three sixty five days" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:42 min | 8 months ago

"three sixty five days" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"With more people especially living in cities but with less land to grow on coupled with water shortages and extreme weather our system is more channels than ever before so the work we're doing here be able to trace our product from C. the package grow and a very controlled environment and then more importantly grow products that are really flavorful more nutritious at the community is willing getting behind and as soon as we step inside the farm it's another reminder this is not a traditional farm with the scarecrow that's an air shower there's one above every door in the building it's aimed at preventing anything from coming into the farm that shouldn't be there we talk about control agriculture from see the package and the ability to grow without any pesticides really want to minimize any points of entry so we've gone through a series of chambers L. pressurized air and then the air curtains as well and then we go through a process we're gonna wash up I'm gonna put on protective gear that gear includes lab coats I protection gloves hair nets even a disinfecting mac to step on it's to make sure we're not tracking anything into the growing rule and that room is remarkable rows and rows of growing trace their eighty feet long stacked to the ceiling forty feet above all with the purpose three sixty five days are creating the exact same environments will optimize the plants and so independent of the seasons in the part of the weather and this is about how we can really think about first and foremost but how to create the perfect environment for the plants and having to be a perfect apartment for workers as well and this room filled with baby leafy greens and lots of the pound the feel this may take thirty to forty five days to grow I mean the roads fall to fourteen days by giving the plant exactly what it needs when it needs it but how do the plants grow we talk about growing indoors without sun or.

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"three sixty five days" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:37 min | 9 months ago

"three sixty five days" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"So why you'll never be present but he's so good it was so funny we're talking about is like Chris Matthews now it's gotta be him it's totally him it is N. fart gate was trending that's the thing that was hilarious there you go just when you think we need to take things seriously or like mad Parkgate stranding it's also world toilet day for those of you in now to get international men's day and world toilet day he tweeted out there three sixty five days in the year and you guys had to merge international man's that it with small well small he'd never had a chance never had a chance oh my goodness said pizza's stuff going on you know they're doing those things where they sit there and talk back and forth to each other and and goodness me as any of this really changed anybody's idea of the way that they think this thing is going to go now no I don't think so I think this is AA basically most people have made up their minds and I think the people that haven't made up their minds saw a bit of last week and sad all right and I I I've seen enough I I I have I've seen enough trump was asked about Mr been I watch him for a little while this morning and I.

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"three sixty five days" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"three sixty five days" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"You're ready if you read there are some specials out there it's just fascinating that morning with a set of beautiful morning sun zapped go to the beach yeah I is by noon I've seen historical notes and then by noon yeah by the end of the day that town was pretty much wiped out devastated and that's the difference in that technology that we are now you know we get twenty four seven in a home and fight all these channels so so if we if we have all this technology and we actually can make a expect or track these storms and we know how they are formed in the atmosphere we have all that information why do people who claim to be scientists still insist that man made activate man's activity is causing this as our friend there are parts used to say follow the money there you go that's one billion dollars Hey brother up a day twenty four three sixty five days a year throughout the world is spent on sustainability and climate change one billion dollars a day and the Democrats are still out of the trill portrayal penne won't grow and they want to spend trillions of dollars sure sure does not spend enough and by the way shame on you for saying that I would not maybe recognize something forty seventies little thing I remember the Kennedy assassination I wasn't rumors old yes how old were you I was stabbed above months shy of my third birthday yeah Mister donut acting sixty three watching on TV I remember because I was glued to the TV ever since I could sit up and take her hand and there were no cars are these days or no cartoons on for three days and I was very upset twelve seven hundred WLW any in rock.

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"three sixty five days" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"three sixty five days" Discussed on KOMO

"If they do it's going to be very limited folks over the age of sixty five who are in Medicare Medicare, very rarely covers you outside the United States. And if it does it's very limited. What travel insurance gives you is not only the ability some policies do provide a guarantee of funds or for a hospital admission, for instance. So I have heard those stories where people running around two ATM's or passing the hat on. A trip to try and get money to be admitted into the hospital travel insurance protects you for that. And then as far as let's see your property. Yes, there could be some cases where your property insurance follows your property, but you don't have to worry about that with travel insurance. If you don't have to worry about the deductible on your home insurance and so forth. You can just get the travel insurance and that will cover you. And you don't have to worry about not having coverage overseas. I mean, there's so many different scenarios that you can play out in in your mind, whether you're going somewhere, and if you're flying far away, obviously either you have that protection. And you said that you have that twenty four seven kind of contact with the passengers, and they get to keep in touch with you guys you could really log on from anywhere in the world. And then if you would have an emergency, then put them in touch with the proper people, correct? Yes. While ensure my trip or open three sixty five days of the year, we all the companies that we do represent on our website have a twenty four hour emergency assistance number that, they can call collect twenty four hours a day. We always welcome any calls from travelers as well on their policies if they have questions, and then we can also get them in touch with back to the company if if need be perfect. Yeah, we're going gonna talk much more about that coming up after the break. And then another question says my credit card cover me. I don't eat trip insurance. Cathy's going to answer that coming up next..

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"three sixty five days" Discussed on Inside the Spa Business | Spa

Inside the Spa Business | Spa

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"three sixty five days" Discussed on Inside the Spa Business | Spa

"Sam. Episode two hundred ninety nine of three sixty five days Wednesday, the twenty six all Temba greetings from Hong Kong here for couple of days of meetings, which is going to be pretty interesting. I'm sure and I saw an interview today with Bob Dudley, who's the CEO of the British Petroleum. And one of the things he said was that they future is going to be built on three main things liquid fuels electric fuels and retail. And a couple of thoughts on that. When it comes to retail, any businesses got any sort of footfall for any other product or service that they selling should be making sure that they leveraging those customers that footfall if you like to get a retail sales somewhere in some way, I think spas of generally, we'd all except probably a pretty poor job of retailing. Traditionally, and I think even those that do it well, really focus on spas specific retail skincare and the like, and I wonder if there's an opportunity. For a lot of hotels, spas, especially to start looking at other retail, not just spas specific retail, but any kind of retail at a customer can might be looking to buy whether it's groceries whether it's whether it's clothing, whether it's electron IX doesn't matter. I just wonder if there's a retail opportunity there that we're missing and the second point on this comedies. I wanna help him. It's going to be before Amazon buys at petroleum company. I mean think about the number of or at least partners with them think about the number of outlets, the number of patriot stations that companies like BP shell have around the world and imagine if Amazon could plugging the retail experience to that. I think that's a massive opportunity for both companies don't just Amazon, but for the petrol companies. Well, what do you think let me know? Occasionally, I challenge spa manages about their retail sales performance. And when I do I usually get told that online retail is killing us nothing new there. Of course, it's the same thing that we hear from every struggling offline bricks and mortar store there is. It's really just the convenience thing. At least that's what most would want you to believe and to be fair. It may well be but online also adds an element of greater choice and with that choice product, uniqueness and quality really come to play. So maybe it's not just convenience that your customers choosing. Maybe it's choice. And maybe just maybe your thing. Just isn't good. As you think it is take a listen to episode four hundred ninety nine of three sixty five titled online retail. Convenience or choice. Today. Four hundred and forty nine of trend three sixty five. I ask is online retail really about convenience or is it about choice. Whenever I talked to spas about the retail invariably. It comes back to the challenges of the products being available online. They're away saying that he's very hard to compete because the products that guests the customers combine the stuff online. And I would rather do that for convenience than come to the spot. And I do kind of question, whether that's all it is is it just a matter of convenience, or is it more about choice because now that all of products are available online as a consumer. Now, I have choices. Whereas if I just went to you aspire, and you had one or two skin-care lines. I didn't have much choice. Now, I have the choice. I have options available to me. So two things. I think you need to think about from you'll spas perspective. Number one. Maybe you'll products. Just no good enough. Maybe it doesn't stack up well against the competition. Maybe in the insular world of you'll spot. It's fine. But once you go online and compete with hundreds of other products out the maybe you don't stack up. So maybe not good enough. You've got ask yourself. In in a serious way. The other thing is if you'll customers really do want choice. How can you give them more choice? Maybe the idea of Alon yourself with a one or two skin care brands for the duration doesn't make sense. Maybe you need to be flipping your skin care brand. Every twelve months every month. Maybe you need to look at having more skin care brands available. That's going to disrupt the whole product distribution model. But I think that is a model it's right for destruction. So I think they're the two things you need to think about is. You'll product good enough. Is it just a matter of convenience, or is it choice where you'll filing and if they want choice, how can you give them more choice? And then you have like I said earlier retail is a challenge for many hotels. Bob's and that okay. I'm not even suggesting that you must sell retail in your spot. But I do think that you're missing out on an opportunity to enhance your business on multiple levels. If you don't whatever you decide just make sure that you'll make

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"three sixty five days" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"three sixty five days" Discussed on KOMO

"Sure that we spend the time with you that you need to find the right coverage, and we don't represent any particular company. We have all these great companies that are on our site that will certainly or for you and probably cover ninety five percent of your concerns. You know, we can find something that will fit your trip end. If one of the most popular questions that I get to as well, you know, like you said, it's a scam insurance isn't gonna pay etc. We have any time advocates on for in insure my trip. I happen to be one of them. And we definitely are there from the beginning of your purchase till the end when you get home. These companies have wonderful certificates great coverage. And if you. You suffer a loss? That's in the policy. You will be reimbursed. Okay. So now someone says to me I have regular insurance. My regular insurance will now being regularly. Don't exactly know what that means. But that was someone had told me that actually three people. So that's why through it in my little poll here regular insurance covers it whether it may be health insurance or homeowner's insurance. That's not true. So we need a bus that myth. Exactly. So most folks will not have medical coverage outside the US. If they do it's going to be very limited folks over the age of sixty five who are in Medicare Medicare, very rarely covers you outside the United States. And if it does it's very limited. What travel insurance gives you is not only the ability some policies do provide a guarantee of funds or for a hospital admission, for instance. So I have heard those stories where people are running around two ATM's. Or passing the hat on a trip to try and get money to be admitted into the hospital travel insurance protects you for that. And then as far as let's see your property. Yes, there could be some cases where your property insurance follows your property, but you don't have to worry about that with travel insurance. If you so now, you don't have to worry about the deductible on your home insurance and so forth. You can just get the travel insurance and that will cover you. And you don't have to worry about not having coverage overseas. I mean, there's so many different scenarios that you can play out in in your mind, whether you're going somewhere, and if you're flying far away, obviously either you have that protection. And you said that you have that twenty four seven kind of contact with the passengers, and they get to keep in touch with you guys you could really log on from anywhere in the world. And then if you would have an emergency, then put them in touch with the proper people, correct? Yes. While insure my trip or open three sixty five days of the year. We all the companies that we do represent on our website have a twenty four hour emergency assistance number that, they can call collect twenty four hours a day. We always welcome any calls from travelers as well on their policies if they have questions, and then we can also get them in touch with back to the company if if need be perfect. Oh, yeah. We're going to talk much more about that coming up after the break. And then another question says my credit card cover me, I don't eat trip insurance. Cathy's going to answer that coming up next. The showrooms comes in the nose.

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"three sixty five days" Discussed on The Virtual Couch

The Virtual Couch

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"three sixty five days" Discussed on The Virtual Couch

"Do you have your name on do? Do you have any name under east? What mom does say Elizabeth Mortenson? I have had a couple of local people they say, hey east. You know, they don't they don't go by name, but it was fourth of July parade. I was out in the prayed helping a friend who opened goatee love to clean. I hope I'm saying that here Lincoln advertising stuff, and I had a couple of people say he's school. Those like those the first time I've been out in public or someone has acknowledged me. And I was like. We're excited excited. But because of my personality, I was kind of embarrassed a little bit like, oh, yeah. Hi. You know, and they follow your account. I love it. You know that was that. Right. There was like a really good moment for me because people were out really expressing how much they liked it. Because you know, it's hard social media people do allow squirrelly only comment. They don't really like it. So you always wonder if you're making an impact. So that was good. And then a couple of people message means that hey, I think I saw you on the prayed, I get that a lot like think I saw you or go back to Utah. And I go to Jim they're not get a couple of people. Caso you at the gym where you at the so. And so Jim. Yeah. Next team say, hi, like, you know. So if you ever see me how love which are not. So I think it's one of these funny things where Elizabeth, and I literally live, I don't know probably a few miles. And I was one of the things where I started hearing about each while mom my wife serve on your account. And so to me, your some just this big deal. You're inside the LA some fitting, right? And then all of a sudden, I heard that Ono you're you are in the same town how Iran is that? And then I saw you at the Christmas parade and Lincoln, and it was I think we're doing to to go say. Toll fan. I think my husband would have done the same for you. Because he's little that reduce your virtual house. There's. So we just want by each other. Yeah. But but I'm grateful that you hear on the podcast. I I really have. I love even before the Mike. I think is saying show business. That you were talking about your one of the big challenges for you is putting yourself out there. So even though you wanna hear all about your story on here. What kind of put you in that spot where you felt like you did have a story teller you wanna help people. And but I just love your invulnerability. I never know. When somebody's coming in to be guest. If they're coming in their publicist in their diva, you know. Got know somebody doing your hair and all that kind of stuff. Now. This is all me. All right. So let's talk. Well, okay. Before we get to tell me, are you knew your solution person since it is right now New Year's it is I have I was and I did it all wrong. So then I stopped doing it as I was doing it all raw and now back to I definitely like to make goals and set goals and just be able to feel like, hey, I learning from this because it didn't go the way that I planned. And so then you start a new year, and you can be like, okay. I'm either going to continue this because I don't think it a fresh start. It's not always like if you didn't. It's not three sixty five days to complete this goal. It's just that's kind of like where you kind of reevaluate say tonight get where I wanted to be. Well, I'm going to keep going, and you can just say, hey, these are things that worked didn't work. I like it kind of gives you a. Go to what are you what twenty goals one of my goals right now, nothing suit fitness has everything to do with family and just marriage and mom, I have an eleven year old who is use the preteen. And I definitely not use that parenting style. I I love the fun little kid that just when I tell them to do it..

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"three sixty five days" Discussed on Drink Champs

Drink Champs

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"three sixty five days" Discussed on Drink Champs

"No, no over. No over over. It was a love. No. That's. That's what they did. Exactly. What the president? This game as president. Planet. We'll for the people just jump to the Grand Canyon. That's solar cell jumped in the grand cane that ain't no black shit. That's a real, you know, he on the other side. So we got a Smith. Okay. L? No, they don't black black. So long. Happy. Now. That's when he's saying he's having a party three sixty five days this whole year. What did he turned fifty? So every day having a party, and he has a whole crew with them and they're going to follow. Is it a cooler say like I mean, it's not a week party here. He's moving to drink. What was the what was the wildest club that you had to go through the club you perform with old? What was it like Dayton there? That you had to go would you mean like like win for us? We had a tunnel. So us. The New York office you had to go over forward the tunnel and get your props. And if you didn't do that he wasn't even to sit at like. A New York. What was that? For. Probably envying level to back then. Clue area. Been club. And remember to forget. Now. There's another okay now role model let's say last visit last album just put out a timbale. Yeah. So. How does it? Crazies, one of my favorite ones. Two. Soup..

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"three sixty five days" Discussed on Spiritual Expositions

Spiritual Expositions

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"three sixty five days" Discussed on Spiritual Expositions

"Don't know how to need the doe you know needing the door how important this you know needing the door you put it in a machine goal like that and yes it is needed i'm sorry do you know how to need the door have you ever a thousand times thousand times means you're three years or you understand what i'm saying pows times even if i say thousand times three years total r maybe six years if you do have the three sixty five days out there isn't it and you live with your mother for many years or your grandmother so can i say pows and times so have you been next to your grandmother or thousand times to see how she needs the dough and so how can you say that you know so don't tell your children you don't know how to cook because what you know but you know is one tenth of what your mother knows please understand this and yama domino's one tenth of what her mother news but the point the natural way of doing things and your daughter and your son will no one tenth of what you so why are you holding them responsible did you understand what i'm saying so if they are lost in their phones and they are doing something in their phones let them be during your time there was no cell phone and i'm sure you would not have seen a message on those dial up phones there was no mythology yes has emails also had come in at that time but what about the email to log into some yahu or some such kind of hotmail you remember hotmail was their name yahu was there and i don't remember all of the things that were but yeah when used to log in and try to look at your emails doesn't great thing but the our father he has not even in the computer by the the only thing that is other computer was many was retiring and it was so scared of the computer he said i don't know what would happen to this world now you know this is what the of other said i don't know what's going to happen to this world now this all these computers i'll come in everybody's going to lose their job do remember these words everybody is willing to lose lose the job because the countries have come now today what are we talking about all the youngsters what are they talking about everybody is going to lose the job because of automation okay artificial intelligence meal also saying the same thing right the children are also saying the same thing they are also talking of losing the job because of artificial intelligence and all those mccann nice stuff we also said the same thing when we saw all the new newfangled stuff during our time can come in our forefathers or grandfather also said the same damn thing and yet within we are talking such great philosophy don't try to teach philosophy to others don't try to correct them in like you know you need to do this this way you are still living in the door leaving the path leaving the present i would need the due to the personality of what meeting though i don't have to go to the flora mill you went to the floor me you know he had floor mills isn't it as we call it is there no normal visit very few of them you want to take photographs over there why because nowadays nobody sees these mills are now everything comes from where general mills see i told you i don't even know the vehicles wrong we don't know where the floor comes from we don't even know i don't want to know right right i eat pizza in front it is still does though but i don't know why i don't get it so today's age this funny parties also you know age wise i think they knew my grandfather will say we had everything made in pure grandfather father will say we made everything in pure vegetable oils and that they had the darlas.

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"three sixty five days" Discussed on Teen Creeps

Teen Creeps

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"three sixty five days" Discussed on Teen Creeps

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"three sixty five days" Discussed on Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast

Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"three sixty five days" Discussed on Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast

"Yeah yeah and i was like this girl's mazing so i'm so glad she's an a hot red dress hot black with she's fierce today fierce and fabulous like down with it but you're the founder three sixty five days of love app in also the worldwide love story yes so all the love on all the love tell us about you and how you got started and where love became your mission so awesome because love actually became admission in vegas which happens to be like the wedding capital of the world i didn't know that actually faces wedding capital the world so i was in the wedding industry on here for ten years and loved it but was kind of burned out on like the weddings themselves go in the record and just say like i if people get married that wasn't the interesting parts i could personally like honestly frankly like give to you know what people actually got married more tersely i was way more fascinated by how they mets and what it was about the other people that you know attracted to them either tracks them to each other rather in the first place right and what it was got them to stay together over time that was the part that really really fascinated me while i was in that industry i went through like the worst worst heartbreak than i ever wish in woke up what was that like to be watching these people so happily in love because when you get married that's usually the peak right it was mortifying at the time i was actually working for tiffany's.

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"three sixty five days" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

Side Hustle Pro

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"three sixty five days" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

"From venture capitals west get in on this is not for me and that's great like that how awesome is it that i can help people get clear on what they want what they don't want for their life right and for me that's really the mission of this and i i believe that learning is a lifelong process and so that's one another reason why call the gym and not a school is like in a jimmy you constantly got a good it up in their right to maintain what you have from what you have whereas a school there's this paradigm that hey as long as i take is classes and i graduated arms set in it's like the furthest from the truth so that's why i call it a jim and that's why this is kind of like three sixty five days a year you know trainings in programming that were in a builds up to offer founders it's yards genius i love the name i love what it's about and what it stands for it and yeah with it definitely is a jim iq key if you stop working out view stop working on your business like bessette legeard flabby minutes so hey twel walk us a little bit through how it works in like who is the ideal candidate so these are people who have aspiration to build a tech startups and a text started up is basically a company that you have the intention of making as big as possible almost by any means necessary and i think that's important for people understand because if you're building a text start up with the intention of at mean a tech started is different from like a small business in that a small business you kind of go at your own pace your the boss you don't have to answer to anybody else and if you want to impact one hundred people guess what you can just impact a hundred people and you're okay with that if you want to impact if you wanna have a pizza shop on the corner and have x amount of revenue coming every year that's great a tech start up on the other hand ashley utilizes technology for the purpose of scale get to as many people as possible as fast as possible.

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"three sixty five days" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"three sixty five days" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"In thank you so much for the time uh any concerns from what you've experienced that this could have a longterm negative impact on the sean kaiser who's obviously a rookie at the same position you played in during your career absolutely and i i did a uh a peace coulda with someone who has the same question my my answers absolutely because here's this kid and it there's so many reasons why but here's this could just from correct just turned twenty one so three sixty five days ago he's in college sleeping on a food thanh playing fief uh and you don't know how mature somebody is you just don't at that age you can think they're mature and make they can handle things but now he's just turned twenty one he's the face of a of a you know to put it kinda in the aspect of pro sports the laughing stock of a billion dollar business a billion dollar company in pro sports and unfortunately he's been kinda put into the forefront of that no one knows how he's going to react with no one knows what he's doing to his psyche no one knows and you certainly hope that in the future he has success and this is uh uh incredible learning experience for him but you you'd better hope that he's got in credible resolve and mental toughness and i said this weekend announced are a couple of months ago on radio on blown away that the organisation doesn't have an older veteran in his quarterback room because i can't imagine being his age in having to handle all the stuff that he's handling i'm sure the incredible amount of ridicule that's going on and not having somebody that's in my room because the quarterback room is such a such an intimate place and you spend so much time in there i can't imagine not having someone there to bounce stuff off to were kind of shoot me straight or guide you long because it it it's it's misery what he's going through in then to think that there's the chance that he's kind of going through it alone is is startling and you certainly hope that he's got this you know once in a racean resolved because it could have impact on him that he was never able to come back from i hope i'm wrong but it's a it's a.

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"three sixty five days" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"three sixty five days" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"To pleaded oxygen of course i think about total recall in arnold schwarzenegger member when the guy fell outside and his eyes bubble up so ridiculous but there are several ways to create oxygen from other materials during spacetravel we're talking about the difficulties have going the mars planet habitation the the levels on a planet like mars will not be able to match the oxygen available on earth for quite some time in your body needs oxygen for almost all of its life functions by the way from breathing two digestion think about sell the vision growth in the future solid oxide luck till license this may be used to basically extract oxygen from the carbon dioxide that makes up ninety five percent of mars is atmosphere how about extreme temperatures that's one that somebody might think about the atmosphere on mars is so thin that it's almost impossible for the planet to retain heat okay so the planet's average temperature is like eighty one below zero you know and if it wasn't already clear to all of you i mean those those temperate zones very it's cold if you thought that forgetting getting the mittens for your ski trip was unpleasant just wait until you find yourself shivering on a stark distant planet with noda baartman's doors they get a blank kept incredibly long travel and that's another big deal talked about a never ending road trip while probes could get to mars and no time actually sending humans all the way to mars is going to take much longer even the short your proposals which would take extremely high amounts of energy to achieve just to get there talking about five hundred days four hundred at the shortest that's over a year three sixty five days in a year better packs amac dress snacks there how about radiation that's a big deal first you're going to be pelted with radiation on the way to mars then for the entire time that you live there you'll have to.

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