18 Burst results for "Tim Nation"

"tim nation" Discussed on The Financial Guys

The Financial Guys

05:50 min | 7 months ago

"tim nation" Discussed on The Financial Guys

"And you've got the supervisor of Amherst don't touch those people yet they go in with guns into a restaurant that I've been there a lot of times. The name is neat and I gotta be honest with you. It's really neat. Restaurant, they do a good job and the reason the show. So he was. So they went in three times based on complaints every time they get a complaint they have to investigate what was the reason the goal with four armed officers. Seriously, right. Is for Tim Nation. That's the reason pure intimidation. They kitchen timid to go in there and say you did something wrong even though he's not done anything wrong for the previous three times they went in there right what is enough enough folks and of course you wouldn't you hear guys like he's scared. He's like why don't dare say anything else they're gonNA shut me down altogether I'm sure that continue to harass. Right? He's scared to death. You start to see business owners who have risk just saves. They've risked their lives to build these businesses and you can tell by their voice you're scared Oh my God. Please don't bring me into this mean I'm thinking to myself. This is Cuba folks. This is. Can. We play it? Let's play some of Mr Andrew. Cuomo because I when I hear his voice and I hear what he saying, it scares the daylights Outta me really truly. We are here folks like you said for years. You've okay. When's IT GONNA collapse then I love some of these Democrats but somebody's Democrat attorney are now. The governor and they're just shocked that he would abuse powers like this just shocked I'm thinking to myself how in the world could you be so smart to get through law school yet? So dumb not to understand the outcome of some of the stuff. Do. You feed the monster. It comes for all of us and that's the pro. This is why I'm so angry folks. This is why I say I don't want anything to do with Democrats, because guess what happens these mayors Oh? No problem they're just peaceful and then suddenly they marched down the mayor streets the Mayor's House get spray painted sons wall wait. We gotta have the police, right? It's all good hunky Dory as long as they're beating somebody else up the street, right? It's all Honky Dory is on as their smashing somebody else's win. Isn't it it till? It's your window with your kids in the car and your family that's at risk as your target surrounded right fortunately, it'll never be Andrew Cuomo's family because a frequent helicopter with his family I never and and he's getting a an of security all around him to take him from his house to his helicopter. So it won't be him ever ever never ever know videos I hear we'll get through parts of this we won't we won't be able to. Just, makes me sick sick sick to just listen to. Double duty and We have a great announcement today that we joined in this morning, which I'm going to chat about a moment. Today's Day one, hundred and fifty six for those who account. there. So we're three seconds, seven, hundred and fifty, six days into this we were told. No more than two weeks, it's just a temporary shutdown. We just WANNA make sure we don't overwhelm the health care system yet that's what we were told a hundred and fifty six days into and.

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"tim nation" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail

RNZ: The Detail

10:18 min | 1 year ago

"tim nation" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail

"This is the detail I'm Sharon Brit Kelly despite women holding twenty one percent elected offices around the world and Life only ten percent of the characters who were politicians onscreen where female so in other words however abysmal the numbers Thelma Thelma and Louise Fame but when I saw the title the power of inclusion I rolled my eyes but I win with our associate producer k. k. Massalani what did you think well I was really excited to go because I saw that Yara Shahidi I was on the one of the headliners and I know her from shows like blackish and Greenwich and to be honest instagram and she's so Bula so I was just excited to see what she had to say. The power of inclusion is the essential nature of inclusion inclusion is no longer something that you can add onto our side or something you should be high five four something that we genuinely have to take in as a mission statement to admit I'd never heard of until Lynn she's only nineteen and saw eloquent so anyway we went down there and the prime minister the stage at nine am remember my first year as a member parliament in peg tyre remember once going to an event alongside a group of colleagues who would be feta say had been in the profession even I had not long walked into this large meeting room and stood at Mike see other impey's when the meeting organizer came over and asked me how my Baiocco Leagues at tea and whether or not I could help prepare it and by the end of the day I was bowled over the people in this room I kind of sick of the woods either see inclusion representation because I feel like they don't mean that much anymore unless it's meaningful action behind him we've heard that cliche that diversity is inviting someone to your party and inclusion is asking him to dance but my problem with metaphors that by asking someone to dance you still hold power is the host you determine the music the venue the context in the rose and you can always check out if they don't adhere to your roles the only reason why say you have diversity and inclusion is because the power holders have granted it to you you know that's not sovereignty that's not Tim nation that's hey we're doing you guys a favor and the nature of the favorites like well now I owe you something it to know disabled people get to know who we are in a complex way in a deep way and bring us on don't just invite us. Ns people have been saying but allow us to build the house we just seem to be operating time no organizations and institutions are constantly trying to leverage away from us our cultural capital and exchange for platforms that mostly built to entertain pocket people and Kathy they were pretty powerful though direct they were open and honest and some of them were saying it's just too expensive for them to be here yes and this was a conference organized by the New Zealand Film Commission and Women in Film and Television and and they called in some big shots Jayna Davis Nikki Caro Magda Jovanovski but actually the ones who really stood out for me were those young up and coming artists they weren't afraid to tell the truth about what it's like working in the industry here we concept of inclusively cool like I like it yes but inclusion still implying that the person who's doing the including has all the power of the complete control over the situation there including you out of their own graciousness and kindness it's in degree it becomes tokenistic inclusion to empower it however I think the conversations moved on beyond inclusion Hippie Mitte or happy you've probably heard of his dead director Geoff Murphy and you might have heard of his mother Murata Mitha the filmmakers and activists hippies made a film about her called Murata a how mum decolonize the screen and one of the things that really struck me about what he was saying was the thousands that he had to pay for his own on Jason vs in order to clear the rights to use those clips was far greater than what my budget could afford as a filmmaker this is a challenge but at my mother's son I was outraged I couldn't believe I had to pay thousands of dollars for my mother's own work for my mother's own words for my mother's own image this wasn't just limited to and television this was across the board in all of my mom's from Griffey my mom was a documentarian in the eighties and at that time there's not too many photo albums of my family so the various cameos of my older siblings and her films are like my photo album Burnley I wanted to talk to him more about this so we stepped outside of conference found a quiet space and got tour you spoke about national figure she found her audiences amongst other indigenous communities overseas so when I was making the film I knew I wanted to continue Asian so purchasing the rights for something for international rights immediately bumps up the tier of pricing in terms of clearing and paying for licensing fees because a lot of her work was done in collaboration with Television New Zealand or with other films because of her era the rights hauling situation is put up between different people so to use my mum's own work I have to pay other people his homework and sometimes these expenses crippling actually like I would say the majority thirty of our Budget Win to clearing licensing fees filmmaker that's challenging for me as my mother son it's seems absurd like it's they appear in all of their films so use images of them no children yet I was four thousand dollars that's personal for me another person like a couple of hundred dollars every time you wanted to do that when you into this industry did you feel like you had a space one I started on my early twenties I've got no kids I've got opportunities and his policies in the film commission and funding streams to promote inclusivity and I can take advantage of those so I've never felt like an outsider thing to deal with prejudice and you know it makes me realize like okay I am so privileged because my mother's time you know those physical violence being dished out to those who are standing up for the rights of minority groups today it's not like that it's not as confrontational you know now it's almost like a battle between different PR agencies and so they have good.

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"tim nation" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:24 min | 2 years ago

"tim nation" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Hundred and ninety two point one FM. Memphis morning news and seven forty six high in the mid seventies rain, thundershowers on the way, we got headlines coming just above worn Honeycutt back online. Whether it's worn talking about Jim Tim nation in a few moments ago and the key. Takeaway, of course, there you said was we've all been there before don't be afraid to ask questions and go help you become the best you you can now apparently some guy thought drinking beer, if we call that the Tom t hall diet, but drinking beer was the way to go to lose significant way to what what's up with that. Well, he did he gave up beer, according to he gave up here. No, no. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. Most people give beer as the personal sit on the newscasts that they did it with he gave up everything else except their that was the deal for lint. Okay. And lost like thirty thousand thirty days. And you know, that sounds great on the surface. I guess and certainly makes good headland to get people's attention. But. At the end of the day. He was thinking two to five years day, and you know, you go well, okay, fine. And as the expert of the doctor had to say that was a terrible idea. And he pointed out that you know, you could do, and that's this many many times down you can create your own died out anything you want. If you only have the goal of losing weight going to scale, and you know, it could be Eminem's died. It could be a Snickers data could be an ice cream died. It could be United cinnamon cinnabon diet. And what that and that's what that guy did. And he typically would drink two beers a day, which is anywhere from you know, couple of hundred five six seven hundred calories a day, depending on size of the beer and anyone's gonna lose weight doing that. Because it it takes certain level of calories to sustain your life, and your breathing, and you know, you walk in. So it worked for him. But it ended the day. He lost not only fat, but he lost muscle. And he probably doesn't even know that and every pound to mostly you lose your metabolism goes down approximately fifty calories per day. So if he lost three pounds of muscle in that thirty pounds his resting metabolic rate went down a hundred and fifty calories for the day. So he's gonna put that weight back on. Unfortunately, won't be muscle. It'd be more fat. So I'm gonna soon fluid loss to influence eleven. Yes. Especially with beer, probably headaches. I'll know or maybe just got used to it. I don't know. But I warn thank hey, thanks for coming back with us after the break. I promise that throughout the morning and appreciate you sticking around in follow him at get Honeycutt and gonna get Honeycutt dot com. And what's the name of your boat? It is how are you? How the hell? Are you make sure you check that out? And also if you're interested in getting fit, you may want to check out and see what he has to offer. I can tell you. It definitely has worked for me warned. God bless my friend. I'll talk to you later. Always a pleasure to have a great. Thank you. All right. And there's worn Honeycutt for you headlines. It's it's a tale of two mayors or at least a former mayor and a current mayor willy Herrington said on the over the weekend. He had he had a rally, and he has officially put his hat in the ring for twenty nineteen for the mayor of Memphis. He served for eighteen years before for stepping down. And we had Myron Lowery as mayor pro tem, and we also had a c Wharton. And now we've got Jim Strickland. Who's looking for a second term Tammy Sawyer county Commissioner has thrown her hand in the ring for this. And now willy Harrington as well and says he will run on his experience that's going to be an interesting time come this summer and the rhetoric that'll be tossed out say what you will. He's very good on taking to the airwaves, and he will point at you and tell you exactly what you're doing wrong while even while maybe he's been guilty of it. But he will convince you he's a very convincing. Very good on the on the microphone for sure. And even some would say he was affected early. In his tenure as mayor. But I think a lot of folks that that may have worn thin, and I I don't say that it's personal opinion. But looking at the result of the congressional race against Steve Cohen where he got hammered in that run where Cohen had beaten him pretty easily, perhaps his time has come and gone. According to some critics, but it does make for more interesting race because he is not shy with a microphone, and he will he he will get after the summer. So we'll keep an eye on that race. We go from a former mayor to a current mayor Shelby county mayor Lee Harris says no new taxes he won't propose a tax increase for the upcoming fiscal year. According to his staff on Saturday, quote, I believe this Cording to the commercial appeal, quote, I believe public dollars or sacred, and every expenditure deserves some scrutiny he told county commissioners at a retreat to discuss the process of approving the county budget for fiscal twenty twenty says no tax increase in also limited or no use of the general. Fund balance. So for those that live in Shelby county, you can breathe a sigh of relief on that. And that is a bit of good news for those. That are looking to tighten the belt specially one week away from taxes. Oh, gosh. Today's April the eighth better. Get those taxes ready coming up. We got more. Memphis morning news. We also have more rain in the forecast. I've got that for y'all walk. You all the way through the weekend on that. We're in the midst of rush hour traffic, Heather York's going to take a gander at that as well. And we'll also tell you about the big ball game. That's coming up tonight on Memphis morning news. It is going to be a doozy. As they wrap up the college basketball season tonight, the Baylor women, by the way, won the women's title in a really bizarre ending against Notre Dame over the weekend. As Notre Dame was looking to miss a free throw. They were down by two. They wanted to miss it. So that they could try to rebound and tie the game with under two seconds to go. The Notre Dame player accidentally made the free throw which made it a one point game. But it gave. Baylor the ball game over Memphis morning news. We're not done yet. We still got a bit more to go. And we're gonna check out the roads with Heather York. Right now, we have a wreck working on westbound Sam Kubrick Tillman that right lane is blocked. We're waiting for records on parking colonial that crash out the way shortly that UCAR accident sixty four on that ramp to go westbound.

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"tim nation" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:58 min | 2 years ago

"tim nation" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"By initial idea here is that, you know, this is a generational issue. If you're younger technology's been a part of your life your entire life. Able to manage that a lot better and do different things including driving than older people. So as a real problem here older drivers and not the younger drivers. Now, you do have the inexperienced issue if you're younger, and you're texting that's a much bigger problem too. Because you don't know your limits, whereas we get to certain age you pretty much done it all and seen it all behind the wheel. But this is interesting only sixteen percent of people say they speak up in a car with a distracted drivers. So if you're driving, and or I'm driving in your with me, and you see me on my phone while I'm driving. You don't see anything only sixteen percent do that. Whereas more than half say they like to they would stop distracted driving. If they're asked to do. So. So maybe we have that Tim nation thing is because it's the age old rule of driving whoever's driving controls the radio. That's the that's the way. It's always been. If you're the driver, you have to say what you listen to the radio, hopefully, seven hundred w w. If not then U S T F you and you just feared you're you're the passenger. I think the same it. Probably true. Hey, I'm driving my rules, five one three seven four nine seven thousand two pleasant ridge. Matt you're on the Scots loan show. Hi, I yeah. I I cringe when my rates go up to my insurance. So I do not taxed I used to work for a company that they would try calling me. And if I was on the road, I would get to my destination. Call them back, and they will get so irritated at me. And it's like why I'm being safe on the road. You know, I'm under your insurance policy. And it just I don't know. So they yell at you for nine hundred phone because you're driving you say, well, I'm Dr him, and I could drive distracted. So, but but if you've got an accident or something like that it was relatively. I'm sure they distance themselves saying we we have a company policy that says, no texting and driving not. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And it would always be something stupid. They would call me for, you know, just there was never an emergency your work at as in the history of work has anyone ever called you from work probably a superior with with a question that wasn't done that was kind of a loaded question, man. That was a little I got one other thing about a month ago. I get an Email from smart nine one one thing that my account has been basically, well, it'll be deleted in a couple of weeks right now. This is a scam. So I disregarded it, and then I thought you know, what it's probably been hacked. So I emailed them. And they sent me an Email back. They said, yes, you're supposed to go into the system every six months to keep it active. Yup. That's the dumbest thing on the face of the planet. Here's why here's why. And I remember talking with Amy I was bringing this up. I'm glad you caught it though too. And this is for a lot of people around smart and one one which is the new system, and you could also how many pets you have all this stuff. And I thought it was a dumb thing. It's like, why wouldn't you stay in the system because here's the thing is people move and change phone numbers all the time. And if that information is let's say, you're dress, and you sell your house, and you move them change it. Now, they're looking at somebody who may have, you know? Hey, I have I have allergies to this or that. Or they miss that whole thing. So that's why every six months, they do that is to keep it active because if the information doesn't follow the person, then you've got some bigger problems. Right. Yeah. But I mean, if you have parents that you've signed him up for it. And you don't realize it. Yeah. You just got every six months put it in your calendar. It's guess what? Matt more paperwork. See a man that never. Yeah. I I thought well that's kinda dumb. Why would you? Oh. And then it was explained to me. And. Yeah. Because I mean, can you imagine if responders go there? Okay. We've got this address. And they're in smart nine one one. Sometimes, you know, maybe a relative takes all their name changes. Okay. Well, what if it's the same last name? Yeah. That happens all the time too. So I think it's prudent just to stay on top Vidor. If your situation changes you develop an illness or something like that or. You know, there's been cases where firefighters and first responders of have died or like looking for someone who they thought was in the house and turns out they weren't there know kids age out or Katina's move. You get another pet. You get rid of a pet that kind of stuff. So. Yeah. And it keeps your mind in the game too. I think so when it was explained to me that way, y you know it. Okay. That that actually makes sense. Let me get to news more people wanna talk about the distracted driving in particularly exactly how you wind yourself off it. Now, if you're person, I never did in the first place. Well, good for you. Don't act all superior in front of me, though. You're not going to get on the radio. I wanted to. I was like man Emma's rear ended a busload of nuns. I got to stop this stuff. That's the guy. I wanna talk to you right there near death experiences. Plus the war on roundabout. Speaking of driving ready for this one. We'll get to that just ahead where in Ohio is it happening. And when is it coming to Cincinnati, someone has declared jihad on roundabouts, it's next on a Scott Sloan show back after new seven hundred w all the time. Sean Gallagher seven hundred w l w dot com. President Trump is angry that migrant numbers have increased ABC's backed up and says not just the numbers, but the ages and genders are changing as well double what we saw last year housing. Then is a problem across the border here in El Paso. They've been putting them in detention centers, but also under bridges and intense now in the early two thousands. We saw most the young Mexican adult males cross. Now, the majority are families from Central America. Get this here in El Paso, seventeen times more family members apprehended than last year to teens in northern Kentucky have been charged in rock-throwing incidents over the weekend around ten thirty Saturday night. A sixty four year old driver was struck in the face by a large rock being hurled through his wind. Shield on north bend road. In burlington. William Wehner sustained serious facial injuries. In the second reported incident in that area that evening now to Kentucky, teen, boys. Fourteen and fifteen years old have been arrested the fourteen year old has been charged with assault and criminal mischief for allegedly throwing the rock that struck William Wehner. The fifteen year old has been charged with complicity to assault and criminal mischief for allegedly throwing the rock in the first incident. Troy Adams whose radio seven hundred w l w debate at the Ohio State house over the proposal to raise the gasoline. Tax is slowing a bit here at the state house. Lawmakers are toning down the urgency to pass a funding package for ODA containing gasoline tax increase the highway department is fully funded through June. And that does allow for as many as ninety days to work out a funding amount. Lawmakers say they are still planning to work out an agreement far sooner than the middle of summer but the hour by hour since urgency has subsided here. The Senate is set to debate the fire. Minor points of the proposed gasoline tax increase tomorrow at the state house. Jared alley NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w for news anytime on demand at seven hundred.

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"tim nation" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"tim nation" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Traditional gender roles here. It's okay to be men and women and let me say this. As clearly say, yes. Can I say that trouble? Yeah. See this is this is the problem. Now, I'm going to be in trouble. 'cause I say there are men and women really and France, I guess polo preferred traditional generals, but that's something totally different dinner. Rolls would be something different. Oh, man jerk. Now my mouth watering once a year on thanksgiving. Agassi has twenty six dinner rolls with melted butter. You got it. Conduct. Did you really just go there? Sorry. I'm not going to John Russell street. Dinner rolls at the house. Of done. So of the story carry if you don't mind give us much time. We've got about a minute. Give us the story. We come back after the break. We'll take a bunch of phone calls on this about whether this is a real thing. I've never seen anybody. Jim timid from Fox News, Jim Tim nation. Israel wanted to Americans have been found to be intimidated at the thought of working out at a gym. The study of two thousand Americans looked at people's fitness routines and habits and found that as many as fifty percent feel the idea of working out among other people in a gym environment is a daunting prospect and further thirty one percent admit to feeling anxious when thinking about trying to get into shape overall. In fact, forty eight percent of Americans feel intimidated by the number of fitness workouts, in classes out there. The study conducted by one poll in conjunction with ice. Oh, pure examined the fitness habits and trends of two thousand Americans and found that thirty seven percent of those who've never worked out they are too unhealthy to even start exercising. When it comes to the intimidation factor. It's not just to the gym where this feeling is prevalent. Either thirty-six present reveal that running outside is more intimidating than starting. Exercise routine. I mean, I don't know, man. Did it say people were polled two thousand? Jim longtime so two thousand out of three hundred thirty. Yeah. Fifty percent. I gotta be honest with him to use it as an excuse..

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"tim nation" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

12:23 min | 2 years ago

"tim nation" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Do. And then break into. These days because it's not PC. Is it a little dick? We just did every day. We say something that's not PC on this program. So yeah. As long as it's like, non gender tenure. I gotta be honest with you. I thought it was a pretty good movie at the time. What was it like nineteen eighty nine or earlier than now? Eighty five or eighty six get outta here. Really? Yep. Did you in the first break in when they're dancing at the beach is John Claude van Damme was in the crowd. Was he really? Yeah. Because he was signed by that that movie company, and I guess they're just trying to get him out there. Has anybody ever asked John Claude van Damme with the whole thing is on his forehead? Have you guys ever noticed? It's almost like shaped like a golf ball. There's like a like a bump on one side of his forehead. Yeah. Somebody's to ask me. What the hell happened? He's check that out. Know, I I don't really look at down. So I can tell you you never see John van Damme. I have I've never noticed the bump on his forehead. I can't remember who said this. But there's some guys some comedians, amac or somebody said that one of the best pickup lines ever use with John Claude van Damme. You look good. No, I didn't. But they. I mean, I think it was in a movie. Yeah. I feel like he wants to upside just started laughing. But now the guy's gonna bump on his head. He's got like a lump. The kickboxing somebody's the head on what happened, but still there even in his fifties wrote a reason now so so there you go a little little JEAN CLAUDE van Damme and electric blue reference to start the program out today. One thing that they all have in common Kerry. What's the segue your love this cigarettes? Well, the segue. They all have to be in great shape. Okay. Gotcha. Gotcha. Being in the good shape. And it turns out there's something I did not know this a thing because I'm smart enough. And you would agree. Yes. I didn't realize this was a thing. But it turns out there's something called Jim Tim Dacian going on at gyms today in the United States of America, the same as it only hears it everywhere, I think it was just here, Jim Tim nation. Now, I'll be honest with you. I just think this is the further feminizing of America. Wrong appeal being feminine as long as they're women. And even the occasional feminine, man, whatever. But the whole idea that you've got to get rid of talks talks. Masculinity. Testosterone muscle out of our society is just stupid. I mean, seriously Mario, and I would have to go and be masculine masculine naked or something. Mainly. Lake around us badly. And I'm thinking, why do we keep doing this? Let me throw this out there. And I don't know that the story has anything to do with with Planet Hollywood. Well, what's it called planet, fitness? Yes. I don't know. Maybe maybe it does. I don't know. But I'll say this planet fitness has found a niche. They're extremely successful. And they said we don't really want people who are in good shape. They say something like that. They say something like if you have a bunch of muscles. Hey, we've got pizza day on Thursday and Cape. Cupcake? Bagel day seriously. He's actually a a great deal because you go in you eat something that'll make you fat. So you have to keep on paying them. So you can try to lose the fat that you just. Actually, ingenious. This. But I'm here to tell you because planet fitness does that and and again, that's their niche niche. I'm gonna say. Because when you drink the the bottled or the the box champagne, you shouldn't be saying I don't drink box champion. Cardboard box. But anyway, so. That's their niche, and it's working, God bless them fourteen billion dollars. But I I could never work out there because somebody who wants to gain muscle. I lived very heavyweights grunting noise. You can't get no not another planet, fitness. Well, actually, you can you can grunt only after you, eat the sweets. Okay. So. The headline is Jim timid nation. Prevents a percentage of Americans from exercising. More often study claims, I don't know if the study was done by planet, fitness. I'm not sure actually the story will probably say who did the study. Do you think that's that's the thing? Because people are intimidated by other people at the gym. They don't exercise. I probably I guess there's some people out there that don't wanna go out and and exercise and work out in front of other people. I. I don't go to look at everybody else. You don't get out back in my in my before marriage days. There was a woman jogging down the road in Florida. It's a long time ago you call my wife old. So was what you just said. Think that's what you were saying big age. Women who was not in great shape. Jogging down the road rolled my window down and said, hey, keep up the great work. Oh, no. That's. That little more pep bitter stabs faster smile on her face. And the thing is when you go to the gym you've already solved one of the problems, you're already they're saying to the world and everybody in the gym. I'm here because I want to be in better shape. I'm here because I want to gain muscle or lose fat. I'm here because I want to do some cardio or get back to how I felt was when I was in my twenties or thirties. So it's a really good thing. Our Stanhope could ever be intimidating to go to the gym? Which is only there to give you a vessel vehicle through which you could get yourself into shape. You wanna be in? I see people of all shapes and sizes so do you at the gym? And there's a reason for that. They're all working on bettering themselves. I go to the gym not so I can brag. Although I sound like a brag a lot about it strong, very masculine. And having said that what what's that? Wait, you see my arms lately? But what I'm saying is what go so that I don't end up being just a lump on the on the couch, and I just don't end up being somebody who looks like a typical fifty two year old or whatever it is. I want to go and I want to feel good. I want to feel like I'm gonna live another fifty years. I mean, that's that's why you go. I don't go to impress. Anybody? I really don't. Now. What I'm there? You see somebody lifting heavy weights. You want to sort of try that too. When you see somebody doing twenty minutes on the treadmill, which is nuts. You want to see let me do twenty minutes. The treadmill receives somebody pulling this waiter pushing that weight and that that to me motivates so carry on this question. No jokin. Oddball that I like going there to motivate. Look there are people with better bodies than me there. So it's good that I'm very I'm going to strive to look like them. There's nothing wrong with that story appears to say because everybody's in great shape. Jim people maybe think, oh, there's nothing there, but a bunch of hard bodies, and here I come and ninety to lose twenty thirty pounds, and I'm not going to fit in. And but again, those of us who have been doing it a long time I've been working out now for about twenty years straight straight. I took awesome cancer cancer. But governor back into good shape. I'm honored when I see people walk in. That tells me that woman that man wants to look better wants to live longer wants to be healthy wants to be a good example. Paul. You're dynasty something. What I was just gonna say that I've gone to two different gyms. I've been supplying planet, fitness, and I've been to another gym. And you could definitely feel a different vibe on the people that were there on the other. Jim, you could definitely feel a lot. More judgment. You know, if if you didn't look good or you didn't look a certain way while you were there and planet, fitness. I didn't I didn't fill people were just there. Sweating in whatever. Why why did you feel the drinks? I know nobody walked up and said this that or the other to you you just felt it because they were already in the kind of shape that you thought would put them in that position or what? Yeah. Because you could just I mean, you could just tell the difference. I mean, there's people working hard at at at one gym, and the other one you tell that they were just there for I guess for social interaction kind of thing that way, you know, which one is which 'cause I don't I don't go to the gym is socialized socialized a little bit. But other soya go. Well, the other one was gold's gym when I when I member they're like, that's the feeling I got there that it was more about that than actually like working out and put my here buds in and you know, block everything else out. You could you could just feel a big difference in that was one of the reasons why I stopped going there because he just I don't know like the atmosphere, but you weren't intimidated you just. I. I just didn't like it. And it was funny because I'm not saying that I cared for planet, fitness more. But at least they're definitely like you're saying people that, you know, maybe look more like meeting where we're bigger than me. But you'd see them really putting in effort, and I admired bright as opposed to you know, which happened to both places BC people just talking on the phone. You know, what I'm just like really like of that bothered me. Bothers me. But that's a go. Go make your phone call somewhere else. When I started working out like the hardcore back in the early two thousands with my friend, Rick. It was probably the late nineteen ninety s actually he he was he would tell you. They'll call you names or whatever to make you motivated and actually worked on me. But so do we get on the phone and say, what are you? What are you trading? Stocks put your phone away. Okay. There you go. A stock. But but people will go to the gym for two or three hours. Do absolutely nothing. Sammy you're the younger generation here. Do you feel Jim Tim nation? Yeah. I totally feel it. I feel exactly the opposite of everything that you guys have been talking about lately. Okay. You're you're my daughter UCLA, Jim. Yeah. Well, I a part of the story reads on to say that you know, a certain percentage feels intimidation even just walking into the gym. And sometimes I feel that I walk in. And I see all these really boss people walking out on my God. I'm in the wrong the wrong part of the world here. But you know, once you get in. It's like, okay, that's fine. Let me just, you know, put it in my ear buds and ignore everyone walking into the gym is always like, oh Lord. No, please. Give me the strength that just ignore. Everyone must be an odd ball. I must be all show up to the juvenile. See the biggest guy there and workout right next to lift heavier weights. Just because I can or I'll see somebody walking out who's gonna attitude like you're saying Sam, and I'll say, hey, even workout today. So I mean, maybe I'm by me carry could be me. It'd be the jerk. Yeah. I'm thinking that might be the problem. I I think it's also the federal you're going, you, you you from what I've heard you say, you're going to a smaller more specific type, Jim. And then like, the is that I've gone SAM's gone. I'm assuming probably carries. Well, they're more fitness type places. So you definitely is what you're saying. You know, what I'm saying is that where you're going to push weight, and these other places in the differences, and there's a term for it. I go to a hardcore Jim, and there are people who go to gyms that are more cardio oriented over more change your life oriented, I go to I want to grab the heavyweights. And I to do something with it. And I want to feel as though I accomplish something I wanna be sore the next day for for that body part. Like I did back last week for three days. Like, wow, it must have really done something. Right. Because I'm sure whereas others will go to the gym and never feel that soreness. And that's okay. They're not looking for that. But I guess the point that I'm making is why be intimidated by the four walls walked the hell in and don't care what other people. Say or I think that there's a lot of projection here because I don't know that I've ever seen anybody ever at a gym and been for two decades now and I want phone calls on his Sam aided eight nine four one eight nine four one seven two four seven in my time in the gym for two decades. And I worked at back when I was in high school playing baseball, whatever too. But not but not like I do. Now, I've never once seen anybody. Who's in great shape? Walk up to somebody not in great shape and give them a hard time. So I carry my right when I say it's projected anxiety. I don't think anybody's ever said anything. I I've never seen it. I mean, I probably haven't spent near as much time as you have in the gym..

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"tim nation" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"tim nation" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"I know really. What have you had an opportunity? I haven't. And I don't think I'd want to the break dance contest in my hometown. In one thousand nine hundred forty one. Thirty forty years. I actually was the originator of break dancing. Oh, did not know that it wasn't there. Wasn't there some break dance movie? And then the subtitle was electric Bigalow? Yes. Snake into? Break in break into. These days because it's not PC is it you can't say eligible Gulu little take. We just did. We say something that's not PC on this program. So yeah. As long as it's like, non gender thing tenure, I gotta be honest with you. I thought it was a pretty good movie at the time was nineteen Eighty-nine earlier than eighty five or eighty six get outta here. Really did y'all in the first break in when they're dancing at the beach Claude. In the crowd wasn't really. Yeah. Because he was signed by that movie company. And I guess were just kind of like trying to get him out there. Let me ask you. This has anybody ever asked John Claude van Damme with the whole thing is on his forehead. Have you guys ever noticed? It's almost like shaped like a golf ball. There's like a like a bump on one side of his forehead. Yeah. Needs to ask me what the hell happened. Check that out. Now, I don't really look Vandamme. So I can tell you you've never seen John Claude van Damme. I have I've never noticed the bump on his forehead. I can't remember who said this. But they there's some guy some comedians, amac or somebody said that one of the best pickup lines ever use with John Claude van Damme. You look good. You say the us that maybe no I didn't. But they. From. I think I mean, I think it was in a movie, but I feel like he was too upset just started laughing. But now the guy's got a bump on his head. He's got like a lump. But I love the kickboxing somebody smacking the head on what happened. But it's still there even in his fifties wrote a reason now so so there you go a little little JEAN CLAUDE van Damme and electric blue reference to start the start the program out today. One thing that they all have in common Kerry. What's this segue? You're gonna love this cigarettes. Yeah. To be in great shape. Okay. Okay. I gotcha. Gotcha. Being in the good shape. And it turns out there's something I did not know this thing because I'm smart enough. And you would agree. Yes. True. I didn't realize this was a thing. But it turns out. There's something called Jim Tim Dacian going on Jim's today in the United States of America, the same as it only hears it everywhere, I think it was just here, Jim Tim nation. Now, I I'll be honest with you. I just think this is the further feminizing of America, you'll being feminine as long as are women, and even the occasional effeminate, man, whatever. But the whole idea that you've got to get rid of talks talks masculinity..

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The Burgeoning Field of Cosplay

Digital Production Buzz

05:48 min | 2 years ago

The Burgeoning Field of Cosplay

"I loved it while I was in it, and it's young sport. I started my twenties which the perfect time to start in Iran with it. You know, fun to twenties greatness thirties in the forties. And it was okay by my fifties. My this is a young man sport. I was done. I couldn't work fifteen sixteen hours a day any more, and you do anything eight hours over over going to be the job, and I quickly that wouldn't have my own time in my free time. I wasn't built that making that term into work in the movies. So any free time, I stopped making things I didn't make for the pleasure. The joy more and downtime. I was unemployed for duration of time. And it just wouldn't make for myself. So simple video how to make a foam helmet, and it blew up and it made people like can do this out of foam and that brought the joy back to me. I turned into a fourteen year old boy Ambrish, I'll store. Realized that's what it was that that brought the joy back to me it turned into a job. And that if he came less fun and now it's not a job before. Now, if you what I wanna do make what I wanna make and just have joy of sharing my town with people, and if made it fun again. Well, would you describe that as the gold you have in creating movies fear website, spreading Choi? Yes, exactly. It's spend the joy. And also, I wanna take Tim nation out of building. Because what happened was I was growing up. If you want to make something you had to use would are plastic on power, tools, and all this high end stuff and realize now format fomer EDA foam is craft foam. You don't need power tools.

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"tim nation" Discussed on Digital Production Buzz

Digital Production Buzz

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"tim nation" Discussed on Digital Production Buzz

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"tim nation" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"tim nation" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Multiple tweet from angry? Passengers have condemned British Airways for what they say is a quote lack of organization. The last few days before midterm elections. And the rhetoric rhetoric is ramped up President Trump appearing in West Virginia yesterday, he talked about former President Obama and the Affordable Care Act lie after lie broken promise after broken promise. That's what he did on like President Obama we live by a different model. It's called promises made promises. And as correspondent Stephanie Ramos tells us, Mr Obama who is also on the campaign trail had a bit of a different team without naming names. Former President Barack Obama went after President Trump on a number of issues from the deficit to Puerto Rico to false statement. This election. We have seen repeated attempts. Designed to make us angry and make us fearful. Designed explored our history. Division. Obama ads progress never comes without a fight. I'm sure we can expect more soundbites as the campaign and continues up through the midterm election. Next Tuesday, November sixth special counsel, Robert Muller's investigation into alleged Russian influence in two thousand sixteen presidential election may have turned up witnessing Tim nation and harassment issues. Investigators have been examining text messages and emails between Roger stone and Randy credit, the witness in which stone allegedly threatens critical stone, of course, longtime political adviser to President Trump and has claimed that critical served as his back channel to WikiLeaks. During the sixteen campaign wins news time eleven one problem. The ram trucks traffic.

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"tim nation" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"tim nation" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"But that does thing is there's a charm to them, and it's like the jank kind of works in its favor and away. And when the the remake came out, I feel like they did update a lot of things like menu and like the knowing safe features. They fixed things that were flaws and problems with the game. And we're like we're going to stay true to the. Spirit of what makes these games special. What people remember about him? But we're also gonna date enough thing. So it's not a total pain in the ass should be handled. Yeah, we'll see this. Because this game was originally remade on the PlayStation portable back in the day. And I didn't enjoy it there either. So we'll say, but I will give Shannon to my boy because he was fun to play in places. All stars that way, Al alright actually ever played that one either. Do you like smash brothers? I do like smash smash brothers. We do have a question though, about biddy voles remake is comes from a boy kebabs says Hello, Tim nation today is covered by Shawn. Layden sat on the PlayStation blog. Kassy's been using the wrong word for the medieval PS, four remake. He called it a remastered just as he did when the insane trilogy was first nounce. There's thing just to correct you about did it and trust me. I know this more than anybody when the crash bandicoot remake was first announced that he three twenty sixteen. He came out on stage, and he said fully remained from the ground up. Those are the words that he used and being true. I remember back then there was a lot of hubbub hullaballoo people are just like there's no way it's just remastered the not the not gonna to remake these and they did. And they were fantastic to me. But now he's using the correct term remake to me calling. It a remastered was a big misuse of the word and because of this. I feel the gaming press in the gaming community at large. What exactly the term remastered means has been blurred? So I'm really glad Sean switched to using a more accurate term for me. It remastered would be something like the Nathan Drake collection on PlayStation, four the Jack trilogy. I'm PlayStation three their ports. The take advantage of the new hardware remakes on the other hand would be like shot of the clauses on PS four or cla Noah on we the developed separately from the originals but do their best to remain to them. Anyway. Apologies for the ranch is something that's been a bit of a hot topic for me over the years. And I'm glad it's all cleared up. Now, I agree. I feel like, you know, developers and need publishers and marketing need to be very clear about what the aim is of these projects. And I don't know that it's all cleared up. Because the problem is I think that we faced an interesting kind of fork in the road with this generation because the remastered made a lot of sense when we were taking four. ADP games and upgrading them to the generation. So things like the Jack industry trilogy and the principal trilogy and pretty much every trilogy. Playstation, two got a PlayStation three remastered trilogy that made sense. But then when we start seeing last of us from PS three brought up to PS four. It's like, okay, cool. That's still a remastered. But then you start talking about things like crash bandicoot and things like that are like fable where it's or halo anniversary, right? There's a lot more work put into them. And there's still places that it's half remastered half remake. And I don't know if we'll get away from that. I don't know if they ever will either. And I mean, I totally understand your frustration. I mean, I have the same frustration as a consumer. You know, I think it's misleading to use like remastered, you're really using a remake, you know. And that part of it's frustrating. So I totally agree with you on that kebabs. But it's like you said like are we ever really going to be in this unambiguous place? Three we re, but I think that we're getting we're getting closer. And I also feel like with the future of games..

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"tim nation" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

07:29 min | 2 years ago

"tim nation" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"I've always been a London. That's right. You have fight club heads in Gary forever. Mad? I'm yesterday. Was day before whatever it was actually went out and got some lucky lager last. Because when it comes to bear. I always take the. No. I look if you can't trust a Mormon when it comes to who can you trust? So I just said screw it gets lucky lager. And see how this tastes actually went to the liquor store and get some lucky lager a can of Budweiser. And then I said slits guy laughed me. What do you mean? He goes what's gone for twenty years. Gary radnich talked about schlitz. It's gotta be around doesn't it? Slits the bear the bear the bear come on you eat some sleds. Now. I don't care. There is no schlitz hasn't been around forever. So but the lucky lager and Budweiser lucky lager was good love it. So thank you. Geir? Appreciate the the review. I wouldn't have thought of Budweiser and lucky lager last night. But I, but I did because you know, what I needed a night where I had beer that had no flavor. So I went with those two things. So thank you a good idea. Ciardi beer. Of that. So apparently, they went fight club today. They liked it. Pitted shows against like the host against each other. And he'd show. Love you and talked about who would like when a fight like so me, and you like who would win. Well, that's not even thinking about this. Love you punch me as foot me. You could test though hurts. I'd have to get a good shot in because if I didn't you would crush me. That's what I was thinking about that. Now that those two tiger broadcasters who got in a fight. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Way lose that fight. Well, let's see. Let's let's hear because I mean the beer of us were spectacular. But I'm sure it's gotta be nothing compared to this. Go ahead of you. Thank you. If every show on Camby are brawled who would win. I think I'm going MAC. Of course. I gotta go me. I mean, I am sorry. I'm taking you down. I'll go with rod even though fits probably could get you know, he fits could go low and cut rod really low man wins typically individual overall, I. Mckee and London. I think there's some anger in London. How about how about how about the big question through in Franny Trues pretty angry? Yeah. It could be as a former athlete. He's kind of bitter to smoke while you're fighting because drew likes to just relax a little bit. I if cigarettes are involved a drag and a punch, you know what I mean. Taking Carmen over mardi for sure. I'll take Carmen over Marty. That's a that's a one punch. Down in one ending right there. That is pretty fun. I tell you what they may have hit on something withdrew because drew he go no-holds-barred. Yeah. Like, drew. And like when like when drew comes in here your boxer. Yeah. It didn't surprise me. When he when he comes in here. Look like a longshoreman. It can be have you ever seen the guy? Like, I know what you did last summer. Yeah. That's him. Like he could come in here and like lay waste to everybody. He'd have like a sickle. And just take it like. Yeah. Yeah. I walked in here. And they said dude, someone's shot of the building it goes at drew. That's the bad guys. Is that we're taking this conversation? Most likely to pose good idea offer. I'm sure it's only because a longshoreman jackets people haven't seen and the hoodie too. Yeah. Equity in the black longshoremen. It's just it's intimidating strikes cutting figure it really is. It's you disagree with any of those assessments. They said MAC Larry's, Larry MAC and beat up, Murph. I mean, that's that's that's easy. Murphy put up about as much fight as Bruins basketball team. Does right now, maybe even football team football team. You're erotic takedown defense. Those those I just have to get a low those a low blow pun intended by crew. I'd have to go chest. And then run if I if I didn't get a good enough blow. I'd I'd have to have to run for it because I wouldn't be. I'd be in trouble. Yeah. And yeah, I mean, obviously, Larry wood mall. Gary that'd be that'd be too easy. Gary ever have a comeback for that. Then he just allow Larry said he'd take him down. Love you. Look, he's younger. He's bigger. It'd be too easy. It'd be it'd be too easy. Which Andrew would be. It would depend I've seen Franny pissed sometimes that'd be good one longshoremen pissed versus droopy. Droop is due to go longshoreman. When we go long term it Tim nation fat. Yeah. Mardi wouldn't put a bunch of a fight. Seemed to just that's interesting because I think of mardi gras coked up like you used to his past that I I think they could probably take her. They could probably take her. I have three told me. He said he used to begin to sound. No, we have style. Do we have said everything around here? There is nothing that we don't have sound of around here. And he he usually finds it very quickly probably jinxed. And but like twenty five years of sound in there, and he's yeah. I don't know. I dunno Carmen, but she seems like she's athletic, and she's definitely. Jio this morning, you're soon. Don't don't underestimate mardi old man strength, go. There you go. This. I found out Marty likes the party from Sunday nights, Monday morning after working on weekends. Yeah. I don't think without like a budget cocaine chance. Let me ask you. That one of car. You're bringing me back. That one I must say that one caught me off guard. I did I did not see that one coming at all. Why? Goodness, gracious, jacked up, man. You never know. That was impressive. Oh, yeah. No doubt. So there you go. I don't think there's all that impressive group to be honest with you. Although I think drew could held his own against most drew drew out. Crazy got. Not a huge fighter just chill, man. He just he's looking, but he can be well I've seen a mad, but he walking voice on new in town. Great walk, invoice. That's very impressive. Very impressive. All right. We does. Interesting lucky lager guessing, I'm going to try to order a schlitz. You know, some people who like whole. You get one. And if you did like, I said they went out of business in ninety nine only twenty years ago. You know that board on date. Yeah. That one's gone the born on dates old enough to drink. That's a good point sleds. Thanks for watching. I guess I don't know. Steve Young in about ten minutes. I'll see sports.

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"tim nation" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"tim nation" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"So Maryland is called a press conference for the top of our third hour of our program today, the president and athletic director of Maryland will be speaking as a DJ jerk in their head coach of the football program is placed on administrative leave while they look into the the horrible story that is coming out of their player, passing away to heat exhaustion, heat, stroke. All sorts of nasty stories about how the football program under underpin has placed a lot of stress on players on necessarily using food to to also Hayes. The players it seems it's it's awful and Durkan was the defensive coordinator of Djibril prep when his and his first sees his one season at Michigan as the DC forty year, old guy Durkan who using a ton of Tim nation released his his, his staff is you have to. I mean, it's his staff is putting out there some really hard. You read that article about the SPN put out there on Maryland, just terrible, just absolutely awful. So we'll keep an eye on that. An hour number three's can be busy. Third hour, Jerry Cantrell in studio from Alice in chains. And then Daboh Swinney will be joining us in the middle of our number three Djibril peppers coming up here shortly on the show, Tom Brady, I was just. Scouring through because he, he just got off the phone about a half an hour ago and Boston story. What he told w e says he wants to play in twenty twenty. That's the plan. I hope so. So this is not just a a of final farewells of that. We're talking about each forty three, the three Moore's, this one and two more. We're talking about age forty, three in twenty twenty for Tom Brady. Saying, I certainly expect to be here next year and hopefully beyond I have goals to play for longtime. I still love doing it. I mean, talk about a wet kiss towards Bella check and not just that they get along. So because their priorities are the same. Quote, it's been a very professional environment. He's created, don't forgetting the reimbursement that Bella check has and has created has been quite a lot of conversation based on that these days with people who have left, including what amendola making shots from Miami about. It's more fun in Philadelphia, having their funds saying we have fun and win. You don't have to be so miserable and win the whole time, right? They would rather have fun and win one, the no fun when five. It's been a very professional environment. He's created, and I think I'm very lucky to be in that environment. Brady said, I think he's the best coach who ever coached in the NFL and I feel very privileged to kind of be mentor d- by him as long as I have. Yeah, they'll buy them dinner. I, I mean. That's I mean. He's not pleading the fifth man. I never talked about my contract and that's never been top priority for me as you guys know. I love being here, this community, this organization, I love winning and I love it. My family has had at home for being in terms of quarterbacks to start at least one game at age, forty one or older. Okay. Is only two members of the pro football move ever done that? That's Warren Moon and farve over get far at one of the greatest forty year, old seasons at all time until Brady broke every single one of his records. That's and that's what I'm worried about far season with so great, a forty. He was an MVP candidate. And then the next year the wheels fell off and it were over. But let's and I'm not saying this to be at all, Tom Brady all set for weeks off couple years ago. He also had an entire season convalescing from a knee injury, far plate every damn game through. So I think it's apples and oranges in that regard. But listen, hear me out here. I'm cauti-. Here's your win loss records. After turn. Forty one in the NFL. Brady is trying at this year last try. It was far who went born six then was done over before that was Vinny Testaverde who went five and twelve before that was Doug Flutie who went three and three for the chargers before that was Warren Moon who went five and ten after turning forty one, Steve, Berg..

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"tim nation" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

06:47 min | 2 years ago

"tim nation" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Before I tell you that, John can just say that Nelson Chamisa the leader of the, opposition has arrived here at Kuwadzana to polling station in Harari and you can hear. The, crowd surging around now young people, old people trying to press the flesh as. He moves in to cast his vote now the key factor to remember here we're seeing a pretty adoring crowds in, Harare you'd expect that because it's an MDC stronghold of the the five million voters double that number are in rural areas and that's where the MDC has a real struggle in terms of getting their own vote out. For also countering the kind of quiet intimidation that takes place in small, villages and towns and that Tim nation is August Rated by Zanu PF Well what what is traditionally happened is that you would have traditional leaders chiefs who depend on new PF the ruling party for patronage and they are told are historically have been told to not only, get the vote out but to warn those who don't vote are who they suspect of supporting the opposition, that whatever they do it will be known the great fear that was fostered in this country over many decades was that the ruling party, knew everything you did and it certainly knew who voted for now if the MDC can counter that in rural areas than there, in with a shout and if they make it if, they get into power can they bring about real change in a reasonably short period of time I mean there is certainly the international. Appetite for investment in Zimbabwe and that's absolutely critical. If, this country is to overcome the chronic on employment situation if there to bring in investment from countries other than China which supported the Mugabe regime if they're going to go to Europe if they're going to go to, America particularly and bring in foreign companies then this is very important this moment that it is seemed to, be a stable election under its aftermath is stable and the MDC for all the kind of extravagant promises that you refer to in that, discussion about bullet trains even bringing the Olympics that Bob way in the last few weeks has become much more sober and its, leader Nelson Chamisa the man I've just walked watched walking, into the polling station he has grown in stature and become more credible Fergal thank you very much. Indeed it is nineteen nearly twenty minutes past eight is there an underrecognized memorial in your town city or village perhaps commemorating under celebrated person calls or event will. This is, the moment to change that as historic England which champions and encourages us to. Cherish the historic places around the country has been asking the, public to share their knowledge of favorite local monuments and memorials, Celia Richardson is director of, public engagement at historic in Lincoln morning, what are you trying to do here are you trying to uncover hidden, gems have a close look. At what and why we memorialize things both those things we are doing a year a year long look at England's memorials you've got a fascinating collection they tell very interesting stories and they lend character, and identity to local places we found out that they are very popular we've had more than four hundred nominations already for things that. People would like to see covered all sorts of. Stories from a monument to the fifth Beatles do Sutcliffe in in in Liverpool. Which tells now a. Popular. Lunch spots to a memorial to teetotallers in. Preston that we've had listed today by the secretary of state, for culture media and sports and more happens to. These places which are nominated to they go into your, exhibition they go into a book do they get listed what what happens fifty of the four hundred so far going into our exhibition for exploration in our. Exhibitions going to be looking at everything from the very big grand. Memorials in our cities to the local? Stuff but yes also we are listing, eight today we're expecting more listing time goes on of the. Ones that are more unusual or meet the quite high threshold. For listing obviously there's. Things like the warmer morals. There's generals there's a nursing figures what have you what are some of the. Most unusual things you mentioned the Preston temperance. What I noticed one called the crossbones graveyard rats extrordinary so crossbones graveyards very moving place it is thought to have actually been the original resting place for. The Medieval sex workers who were licensed to, practice in Brussels by the church in Suffolk and what's happened is after after that in fifteen thousand Portas burials were held there it's no longer, you, people can't be buried there anymore but it's really been taken over. By the community it's been. Taken to people's hearts it's. Become a shrine to? The? Outcast dead? And absolutely covered in in ribbons and memorials and mementos of people who died from from, the seventeenth century and work houses right up to the present day and what's really interesting is that every. Year now, on, the east of Mary Magdalene. The Dina's Suffolk visits and makes an active regret and remembrance for the way that the church treated women do you think. There's, been a change or have you. Noticed a, change in the kind. Of things that? We memorialize on we I remember for example? The big who are, about Cecil Rhodes statue at Oxford University and whether that was, appropriate to have anymore all we. Changing and should we airbrush history like this well historic England favors reinterpret Tation over any sort of removal but what's been, happening is, yes you, have had campaigners who've really responded strongly to certain memorials for Goodell for we've also got lots of campaigners who leave flowers. Alan cheering memorial and from the LGBT? LGBT, community on his birthday And things like crossbones as we just discussed and but we. Do have a ways as new memorials honest we've got some really wonderful new ones often to to. Women working people there's a brilliant one in Carlisle which is of women who packed cars table, water biscuits in the cars factory Cima realize the female workforce there. And as a beautiful statue in jarrow of. The, jarrow crusade. Is. It's in a supermarket car park so, we are seeing a wave of new memorials at the, moment villages or towns ever say we've had enough of this memorial, date like this causes person anymore we're going to change it for something else no very rarely okay, and what can, people do if they, if they've. Got a gem that they think needs celebrating. What should they do visit as, historic England dot org dot UK or they should tweet us or any of. Our social media channels were still in the look. At or I'd say Richardson director public engagement historic England thank you Twenty four minutes. Past, eight in. Here. Is coffee again with the sport thank, you I'm not sure good morning Gary Thomas was still, celebrating at four am this morning according to his teammates as you, would if you had just become the first Welshman to win the torture France but Thomas is looking, forward to returning, to the UK I'll,.

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"tim nation" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"tim nation" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Com at the time of wasted likely i've flown into a rage of practically bitta tip off her boyfriend chris highs knows when police arrived the address in a rage locklear became anger steele female deputy while kala her a search warrant prepare by man how does he get shot a surge warm prepare she don't attack like three different people yeah a search warrant prepared by deputy keith hall as locklear claimed the fight began with holds a lot to her and she threw a can of red bull at how to say she told the officer that has your strangled her and that she was afraid he would kill her lack of status she did not lose consciousness was strangled for a long time thought she might pass out tonight spital before being booked in jail at a at a i m on single count of felony domestic battery of forecast misdemeanor battery on a peace officer it was like no ma'am going by different issues started this and you know who's the domestic violence charges later dr locklear still faces trial on police battery damages it has temporarily been banned from possessing firearms nigga you by my nose i'm preston clicking charges temporarily by the way you can get two guns back home but not just not right now her residence has been declared a hazard by ventura county emergency services because of previous threats to shoot at cops was again this is the praying whiteness come on this is like the final level boss of whiteness if you can say all that shit and keep showing up and then you if they asked like the superfly cup jesus all right guys let's do some slower ratchet there's i get out of here that's actually the sound of the police had the locklear's house so now when they come in they're talking to her got thought no say couldn't have no guns right she will we better take 'em peacefully we wouldn't want it to be incident nine misunderstanding karate chopping the hell out of y'all portland oregon portland police chief dan gale outlaw i wanna name for police chief is asking for internal review into officers actions while i was reported stabbing march fourteenth clerk everyday food mart coppola's or pushing the being attacked by man late identified as michael dell's armed with a knife cording to court documents dell's ended a convenience store that morning started threatening to kill physically harmed store clerk he pulled out a knife and got behind the counter was behind the counter with the night who attacked the victim he the clerk then grabbed a sword from my counter in self defense she started to struggle over the knife and sword she was able to push desmond out of the store and to to the row where the struggle could tell you both the clark and desmond fell down outside of continue to struggle desmond dan began to strike victim all her back with the knife on multiple occasions during their tire incident doesn't say the victim that you mexicans and blacks me to lead the country races have been okay washer that watchman enjoy sparkley why during the entire incident that is charter seconddegree saw second grade tim nation unlawful use of a weapon no hate crimes oregon law taking degree intimidation is considered a hate crime okay all right a core of thursday his court appointed attorney into the not guilty plea on his behalf okay misunderstanding you are clearly hit the clerk on the back with the knife the victim then began bleeding from her back so you take the black or mexican one minute scenes the first officer waited for backup to arrive at popping up man get on my page the hell is happening i don't know do i have this this i don't want to sign up and i don't make you reno down the street and a hat store there but i won't i'm not sign up for sheet no i'm not being as zeal chain got unsubscribe i just lied and said i'm already subscribed all night and still won't let me off guys come shows today you have a good one see you guys saturday for feedback we begging over here sunday i believe double check the scour there but i believe is sunday all right until then i love you i love every you two

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"tim nation" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"tim nation" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"And prayers up to victims if he did indeed do some of the things that he claims his accused of but if you wanted the people celebrating his death on social media or attacking people who are mourning him you need to take a good hard look in the mirror and ask yourself with the fuck you're doing you don't have a better place to spend that energy you have to come on it we've become generation this so obsessed with social media in constantly judging others and passing judgment and tearing each other down and even tearing complete strangers down it's completely consumed us like i feel like the level of haters is at all time fucking high and i see more than ever and i mean granted i probably see a lot more than the average person because i'm on social media like all day every day as as a result of my profession but man some people got to find something else to do i would argue that at one point i was one of the greatest haters in history i could have dominated or at least been a serious contender in the player haters ball on chapelle show but i have said goodbye for the most part to my hating ways and try to focus on the positive and spread love and good vibes instead because not only being a hater get extremely old it just doesn't do any good you just spreading negative for the sake of spreading negatively if you're gonna wrap this segment up into one pretty package it's we gotta start focusing more on building each other up rather than tearing each other down because it's fucking pathetic and if you wanna know what i'm talking about go on twitter right now and just search xxx ten tassone and you'll see what i'm talking about we all got to be better anyway if if i could say if do things please do and present in some ways a counterpoint let me also say are gree with you we really should stop attacking each other on twitter or just stay off twitter is out of control it is there are a lot of quote haters salon negatively as a counterpoint however i would encourage people to read if you haven't read it already the miami new times piece entitled the real story of south florida rapper xxx tim nation i guess that's his name ten tassio on.

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"tim nation" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"tim nation" Discussed on First Things First

"I'm glad he's doing better now gladis he's gonna four with a civil lawsuit speaking on this matter now for me it's a it's a little bit different as a professional athlete i'm live apart of a different community you live there in that community so it has to hit you not only is that one of your teammates but this way you live where you pay taxes and everything so how did it affect you and the other players on that team to that had the fact you know we felt like ruda guys in video i mean this is not the first time something like that it's happened to milwaukee so guys are not too happy about organizations is fully barnstorming sterling which is great so to have some something like that mature your brothers you see every day you're going to court with and fight to see that he did nothing wrong except for parks cars sideways in the wrong spot there's no use for that's abuse or tim nation of lease and if people don't know because the milwaukee bucks organization came out with a very strong statement it was thing the amazing support and it it it's an interesting juxtaposition with what's going on with the nfl l and those owners right now but there's some history here i think it was john hinson had a racial profiling incident in milwaukee the president of the milwaukee bucks who is white man he said a few months ago this is the most racist city i've ever been in and he caught a lot of flack for that and then this statement i am curious how would ease being six eight your black your milwaukee how is living in that city given what's happened to your teammates and given evidently haven't spent a lot of time there the climate of the city is a whole is to foam knowing how are we are in this the kind of our skin we're we're kind of a target i mean we're easy to see easy to point out if people are face they take us a threat i because they don't recognize this as basketball players which is wrong so just the people that live in city to see that they probably have to go to all the time this is very unfortunate i chris let's switch gears and talk about the game we're all enjoying right now last night's nba playoff action the boston celtics.

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"tim nation" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"tim nation" Discussed on WEEI

"He's got to move on yeah he's losing loses it's a tough situation and regardless of let's say let's say something here's polling westfield what's up all guys how are you good glenn guys we're witnessing a unique movement we're seeing what's called ambush makeovers for example stormy daniels weekend in sex on film with everyone but not with the president pay up zeki girlfriend said i'm gonna ruin you nfl said it's not making sense police said it doesn't add up a year later nfl slaps jerry jones for putting the skyboxes we are witnessing the evolution of what you call them tim nation and ruining people's so here's a simple solution get a business to open up we'll call it the big o onnor no big deal you have an offsite premises that can digitally captured record the minute you walk out of your house and go on public this is how you protect yourself i'm an expert at being ambushed makeovers and people smeared and all you need is someone with an attitude and axe to grind or a habit woman to do something for money and attention which is ninety nine percent of our country the guys have to start protecting themselves one quick question where was she will win a super bowl after super bowl why she suddenly pop and that she didn't stop pop that we know that we know of unless maybe she's doing it behind the scenes we don't know that that she's doing somebody is somebody is i've got people leading up to fix somebody saying i think the patriots they love bill loves them that at this comes back they somehow it will come back to bill hey what do you think about the first time he's able to talk i mean honestly we're on the buffalo first game he's not going to touch it or he's going to say nice things about that and yes but all i'm not going to touch that going on but i'll say is what i know about matt same thing about who was it the coach at rutgers.

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