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FDA to Urge Limits on Heavy Metals in Baby Foods, Starting With Arsenic and Lead
"To get toxic heavy metals out of baby food details now from Bloomberg's Tom Busby. Well, Jeff the FDA now proposing strict limits on the level of arsenic, lead, mercury and other dangerous metals. Have been found in baby foods, even products or some of the nation's biggest manufacturers. Some of it gets into fruits and veggies naturally through the soil or warders. Others from pesticides. Sounds like any amount. Maybe too much, though. On Wall Street
Mantha shines in debut, Ovechkin scores as Caps rout Flyers
"Anthony Mantha had a goal and an assist in his Washington debut as the capitals won their third straight game beating the flyers six to one Alex so vets can scored a power play goal is twenty second tally of the year the caps went three for three on the power play Nicklas Backstrom and Tom Wilson had the other two capitals head coach Peter Laviolette said he was impressed with mantis first game with his new team coming in here to wait did beat everybody for the first time it's always a little bit challenging you never know what's going to happen but you can't Conor Sheary and Carl Haglund also scored for the capitals Sean couturier scored the lone flyers goal W. Sam song of made twenty nine saves in the win Greg heist Washington
DMX's family warns of scams, rumors following his death
"Trying to profit off his death, Tom Roberts reports. Multiple scams have been reported online in recent days following the wrappers passing the family of DMX, whose real name is Earl Simmons says no one has bought Earl's Masters. They also say no merchandise is being sold, and they're not raising money for his funeral. DMX died Friday after reportedly suffering a drug induced heart attack. I'm some Roberts Country star Morgan
Government Agencies Must Update Microsoft Exchange Due to 'Unacceptable' Security Risk
"Has called vulnerabilities that pose an unacceptable risk to the federal enterprise. The government today ordered all agencies to install new patches released by Microsoft for its exchange, email and calendar software. These new updates come a month after the software giant responded to attacks on other flaws in the exchange server,
Tom Brady Salutes Julian Edelman on Retirement
"New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman retired yesterday. Tom Brady paid tribute. I've always said Will go until the wheels come off, and they finally have fallen off. Due to an injury last year. We make in my official announcement of my retirement from football. Was a hard decision, but the right decision for me and my family and I'm honored and so proud to be retiring a patriot. So in the best 12 years of my life, not can't forget you Patriot Nation. You guys have welcomed me and my family to a region. We do not know we didn't know. But now I'm one of you. Believe you guys with two words. Foxboro forever. Julian Edelman, obviously an incredible player when the Tom Brady was area great partnership, just like Tom and Rob Gronkowski Element one of the best patriots to ever play the game. They're so wishing him the best for him, and his
Higher US Inflation Expected in March CPI Report
"Steven Stanley hammers Pierpont just out with the inflation summer, he makes clear looking deep into the data that it was a little firmer than he expected. Core inflation is quote also going to be moving higher. John Gallop with us right now, I really want to mention that Gallup is absolutely nailed it. He was very alone in a barbell strategy emphasizing technology. A number of months ago. And right now is on the edge of genius. He is with credit squeeze jungle of congratulations on that call. What will technology do and earning season? What will technology do through the rest of the year? You know, it's interesting, Tom that the growth sectors in general and text specifically are actually expected to decelerate. Throughout the course of the year from a growth rate perspective and values sectors, especially cyclicals and financials. This is their moment in the sun. So last year it was growth and technology that just levitated in a bad environment, and this year they're probably going to be the source of funds.
All Disease Begins In the 'Leaky Gut'
"We know that diseases are inflammatory diseases. Practically every disease is a disease of inflammation at the cellular level. The cell is on fire. So it just depends. Is it a brain cell or a kidney. Cell is a gasoline or kerosene. But it's always a fire. So that's inflammation so. The goal is to live in anti-inflammatory life with all of what that means and it takes a long time to really dial that down completely for an individual but you just get started. Professor fasano and his team published this year. He said and this is the quote on the the title of the article. These guys don't exaggerate. You know because people would love to take him down and say look with this guy cena but he's so careful. in his language. The title of his article all disease begins in the parentheses leaky gut. All disease begins in the leaky gut. Well what about alzheimer's all disease. What about rheumatoid arthritis all dizzy. What m s ought psoriasis eczema. Migraines all disease begins in the leaky gut and this is what they're teaching our cutting edge physicians at the top medical school in the country. Right now is that there are five pillars in the development of all chronic inflammatory diseases and if your listeners understand that there are five picture that this is the big kahuna concept. If you understand this concept than all of the information that you pick up in podcast like yours or in books that you read like mine or in summits and things you're able to compartmentalize that information into one of the five pillars so that you can hold it because there's so much information our world today we get overwhelmed really easily
Supporting Women in Technology
"Jillian. How are you today. I am loving. Today it's beautiful. Outside so julia. Tell me about what you're doing these days. What are you up to you and then let's talk about. Let's talk about the conference that you do the sisterhood and technology what while it's been a hugely busy spring has it that everyone i talked to okay. People stopped holding their breath. Cove ed and they're like okay. Let's do this thing so we are really like i'm. I'm busy so i work at harvard. Your partner is i do. I'ma account executive so. I'm feeling a bunch of great possessions for people right now but more importantly working on sisterhood of technology which we've talked about before and it's an effort to really make sustainable change for women in the workplace especially in technology. That is what we're working on and we had to cancel accomplished last year. And it was such a bummer. But we're going to do it this year. We just confirmed we get to have a few people on site like one hundred people on site and we're gonna do it also virtually so we are tom. We have this amazing lineup of speakers that most people around the twin cities probably haven't heard it's going to be. It's going to be really cool. Yeah i'm excited for it. I was bummed. It last year's had to get canceled. But i think it's a really important. I think it's really important mission that you're doing and the conference if i'm someone who's interested in a conference who specifically is the audience for it who do you think would get the most out of it as a really good question. So here's the thing. I would say how it's targeted there is. I think there's two fold things that we need to do for women in technology. Women need to have each other's backs right so we need to do networking and mentoring. That will be an option both virtually and in at the conference blame as well but the other half a bit is really what text mission is all about and that is really to engage organizations to make sustainable change. What does it really mean. What does it mean to be a have gender diversity and a company so people who are interested in not only their own connections there on networking connections but also. What are the key things. That i need to do. Either as a vp of technology a cio. Or someone just coming up through the ranks that needs to do organizations. How can i influence that
Randle Leads Knicks Over Lakers and Back Above .500
"Former Lakers Julius Randle at the next one eleven ninety six victory over the LA Lakers Randle scored thirty four points and pulled down ten rebounds to lead Yorkshire third straight win in the last four nights this one against the defending champs who played again without the injured lebron James Anthony Davis who's who's always going through the emotions in the last two games of the plan well you know beach Ronald blubber control arm it's always a feel good when point guard Elfrid Payton scored twenty points was backup Derrick rose added fourteen the next only billion defense forced twenty four Laker turnovers and held only to forty points over the second and third quarters when they took command of the game Dennis Schroder scored twenty one points to top Los Angeles I'm Tom Mariam
Fauci Upbeat on COVID-19 Vaccinations for US Teens
"White House covert briefing, saying he'd like to see high school age kids vaccinated by fall, says it's key to getting herd immunity. We've made estimates that is somewhere between 70 and 85%. We don't know. That is a fact. So that rather than concentrating on an elusive number, let's get us many people vaccinated as quickly as we possibly can. The Dow fell 55
State order targets Boeing Everett plant's polluted history
"Is under state orders to clean up a creek long contaminated by waste from the company's Everett plant, The Daily Herald reports Powder Mill Creek Was tainted by T. C E D greasing solvent known to cause cancer in humans, the report says. Under a state mandated plan, Boeing will spend decades and millions of dollars cleaning up that creek.
Italian police block protesting business owners
"Blocking hundreds of angry owners have shuttered establishment such as restaurants and Jim's from reaching a square outside the Italian parliament. Frustration builds in business sectors over weeks of current pandemic Lockdown measures
Uber Posts Record Demand for March
"Bookings in the month of March, signaling a pick up in demand for its ride, Hailing business. Over, says its mobility business posted its best month since March last year with an annual ized run rate of $30 billion, which was up 9% from February. It's delivery units, meanwhile, reached a record annual run rate of $52 billion in March, more than doubling from the previous year. Regeneron
Protests Flare After Police Kill Black Man During a Trafic Stop
"But Chris Foster protests in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota outside Minneapolis or the police shooting death of a 20 year old black man during a traffic stop. We saw rocks and other objects thrown at the police department. There were reports of shots fired in the area of the police department, State Public Safety Commissioner John Harrington. Police say the suspect had a warrant out for his arrest and was shot getting back in the car to drive off. President Biden meets with members of Congress today from both parties about his $2 trillion infrastructure plan. Mississippi Republican Senator Roger Wicker balked at the price tag on ABC is this week way to have for me, Transportation Secretary P Buddha judge said on Fox News Sunday. We don't have a lot of work to do to persuade the American people that U. S infrastructure needs major improvement. The White House has really state by state numbers outlining the dire shape of roads, bridges, the power grid and affordable housing boxes. Time to J powers. Americans listening to Fox News. Going gorgeous. Yes, Tom. So you deal when
German Conservatives Mull Merkel Succession
"Germany indeed the whole of the european union is preparing for an era beyond the leadership of chancellor angela markle and this weekend the contours of the battle to lead our party became clearer. Mrs merkel's christian democratic union or cd you along with its sister party. The s you have lead the country for four consecutive terms and the two party leaders themselves. The heads of germany's two most populous states are now vying to replace her arm unless it the cd. You chair has already announced his intention to run out pursued on ehab forty to get touch longest mid and undug yesterday. Mark zeltser leads the. Su threw his hat in the ring. Status vian an essay and germany's state-led corona virus response has come into question as cases have risen faster than vaccinations legislation. That's under review would wrest control back from the states and shape a federal covid nineteen response that creates a potent political mix for two candidates with differing leadership of their home states but the best part of the year. These two men have been engaged. In the sort of war of attrition conducted mainly through the media criticizing each other's approaches to corona virus suggesting that their respective approaches have been more appropriate. Tom novel is the economists. Berlin bureau chief and this of course is a sort of proxy war for the decision for which of them is going to lead the two parties into the federal election in september and therefore most likely succeed. I'm gonna mock chancellor now we've spoken about both of them before on the show but let's quickly go through each of them. Tell me more about arlette. I'm going to lash. It was elected leader of the christian democratic union. The main center right party in germany in january he is also the leader of north rhine-westphalia. And that's germany's big
GOP Reps. Matt Gaetz and Tom Reed Face House Ethics Committee Investigations
"To house. Republicans are the focus of congressional ethics investigations. The house ethics committee is investigating public allegations against florida. Republican matt gaetz including sexual misconduct drug use and use of campaign funds. It follows revelations. The justice department is looking into sex trafficking involving a gates associate. A separate ethics probe was also opened against new york republican. Tom reed following an allegation of sexual harassment from a female. Lobbyist read has apologized incited. A struggle with alcohol is not running for reelection next year.
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"And just laid off 45 people, Reporters editors. Other staffers, Buzzfeed says the website will is on track to lose. 20 million bucks this year. I'm Tom Busby Bloomberg Business on WBZ. Boston's
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"Today. Three weeks after Buzzfeed acquired the website Huffpost from Verizon and just laid off 45 people, Reporters editors. Other staffers, Buzzfeed says the website will is on track to lose. 20 million bucks this year. I'm Tom Busby
"tom i." Discussed on In the Bubble with Andy Slavitt
"We really need to get to get in school safe again. We need to get down to single. Digits vaccine will help us get there but we need to do things in the meantime before we have vaccine right right right and we. We've talked about the swiss cheese approach and making sure that you take as many measures as possible. I think of it this way. I am big on trying to turn science into analogies. Because i was such a poor student but like right now like we have the presumption of guilt. Here's what i mean by that. If i ran into the street and you weren't wearing a mask i'd have to presume that you might have covid. Nineteen that's just the safest thing for me to assume because we've got so much community prevalent. No offense to you. Tom i really i think i think you're i'm guessing you're careful but the general assumption is. I'm going to presume you're guilty where we're going to have. We're going to flip to when we get these things contained and we are able to measure how much a community and testing. We'll be testing the water and sewage. Water will be able to assume in. Its innocence again. Meaning we'll be able to run into each other and say the chances of you being sick. They're not zero. But they're so marginally. Low that i don't have to make that assumption is still may choose to take some precautions. We may culturally make changes like as much or things of that nature but it will be a whole different game. That's a tipping point. I don't know if you agree with that analogy or not. But i really want to. Presume you innocent. Yeah i like that. I mean i really. I love the way of thinking about like that. And in addition to vaccine as you say we're going to be testing in different ways as more rapid testing becomes available. We'll be able to start. Screening people out earlier institutions institutions will feel safer. Some universities are already doing that really well so that the university bubble is pretty well protected and they can presume innocence. Each other. they still wear masks is still social distance. But in general you know. They're getting tested twice a week in many universities and and they're doing pretty well with that. Were don't go anywhere. We've gotta go earn some money to donate to charity..
"tom i." Discussed on Your Mom's House
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"tom i." Discussed on Shop Talk Live - Fine Woodworking
"To sing for you to for some reason. Thank you some some. Sometimes I do an off the. Cuff Jingle. But I'm feeling a little. Sad. Really saying. that. Okay so who wants to go first Mike Peck Mitch. As opposed to the other Mike and the. Sure the I'm a smooth move. So I'm super excited. Right. But it actually. It turned out. Okay. So in the big picture. It was fine but I am working on kind of a SPEC piece and doing a case on stand and I've done a bunch of these. I really wanted to try something different with the bay. So rather than. You know starting with square lumber and sawing curves into the legs and all that kind of stuff Tom I was doing I wanted something really light so I had these tapered. Octagonal legs Did the whole thing and ask and I pulled out my steam bending which I haven't done in years and years, and so basically all the elements. Are curved through steam bending and I wanted. That kind of springy stance of like a Windsor Chair or like a traditional posted rung chair when something Super Light. With some nice kind of subtle curves to it. All on that to say, this has been out of my comfort zone the way it'd been building for a long time and I, so started with these octagonal legs and there joined with an octagonal posted the top. So there was a funky octagonal bridal join. In the figured had to figure out how to do this taper along the leg and then I steam bend it and let it dry for weeks. So the bottom line is I had a ton of. Work in effort that has gone into these pieces and which is. It started to take into the mindset of when I was first building. You know like you cut your first stop tail and then you mess up and you you think that how can I save this duck tale? 'cause I don't WanNa cut another one where as you move along, that's no big deal. You throw it out and just cut another one. It's okay. So I kind of fell into that mind set up. Starting to get really tight. In terms of making design decisions on this piece Because I put so much effort and so anyway. I needed to add some FRONTA BAX structures. Torn the bottom of the legs and then I was going to have a center stretcher that connected. So basically year your basic H. Stretcher that you see in a typical Windsor Chair So I set everything up I. got it all set right angle. And then I put the chair back together and I realized I drill the holes, cross ways front and back instead of. Angled Front and back. So now I had these holes Richard Ninety degrees in the wrong direction in all four legs that I had spent. It felt like weeks putting together and it was. That that gut wrenching. What. Am I, GonNa do and Why want rails on the front and back legs like? No, that's that's terrible. So I've finally. Felt like a longtime but pretty quickly. I. Just said look this is prototype piece. Don't worry about it. Go drill the holes in the direction you wanted them forget that you have the extra holes from now in just keep building in a way. Doing that it just took all the pressure off messing up this piece and then I went on and made tons of design decisions based on put it together. NOPE too long cut of how about that not a little bit more occur go ahead and do that, and so all of a sudden that that design process became much more fluid intuitive and really quick the idea that will let me go ahead and and make this because I'm not gonNA mess it up because it's it's not a real peace anyway so So. In that way I think I made a lot more progress on the peace having messed it up and taking that curse of. Fear of messing it up away from it, and I'm still going to figure out how to plug those holes as best as I can because I don't want to remake those parts but. It just it was a good lesson in sort of reacquainted me with I. You know when you're starting out and everything about making a super tough and that idea of making a mistake and ruining that work and your mindset always goes to how can I use it? How can I fix it as opposed to just? Throw it away and start again so. Yes I recommend it just do something wrong and the piece you're working and this is. I..
"tom i." Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show
"Just can't do it out of a better reason to have a good retire financial adviser. Exactly I mean the thing is the the problem. The crux of the problem is is that a lot of people haven't saved over their lifetime or they're starting late and you know that's the You know the earlier you start the better but it was south. We talk on here all the time about having a plan and sticking with that plan. You know, be it a savings plan and investment plan, but staying on course and having a long term. Plan to get there, and that's the crazy thing from that article you know is. Basically half of the respondents that they polled said that their plan was to live with family in France. Their plan was to do that well I. Hope I off that you you. Got An. Okay. On the other end of your plan. Yeah. Yeah. You can come on in. You know that's that's that's person foremost. You don't just drop that on somebody hey, I'm moving in and tell you this stick. It is what they'll do if they don't like enough. But the second thing is is that affects their plan. Now, because that's the problem is is that. To what you were saying like when I if? If Tom Moves in with me and I gotTa Take Care Him. Well, now I don't work a fulltime job now I don't save for a time. No why I'm GONNA be your fulltime job. What I'm saying You're going to be it's Uni me but. I enjoy it to. At least I am. I dropped the hairdryer in the BAFTA. But anyway that's that's the thing is that then it it affects all planes. So that's that's where you need to start as soon as can to develop a plan and then the key is to stay with the plan at all times and know why you're doing the plane. and Tom I need to talk about our plant because that this whole conversation may meet a little nervous..
"tom i." Discussed on Accelerate!
"And togetherness and I I was also writing a report. That was due the next day and I realized I didn't have all the information I needed in my files to complete my report but I knew that one of my colleagues in the psychology department where I work did have that information from a study that he had done. So I sent him an email and this was. An irascible sort of a sour guy Let's call him Tom I. so I sent him an email I said Tom. I'm in a bind I need some information for a report. That's due tomorrow morning I don't have it but I. Know You have it could shoot go to your files and get that out for me and send it to me. I'm going to call you on this. In a couple of minutes. So I called him he said Bob I know why you're calling. But I'm not going to be able to help you with this. Look I'm a busy man I have my own deadlines and so on. I can't be responsible for your poor time management skills. Now and Before I had read this research on unity the concept of. Inside the boundaries of we right. Here's what I would have said to him. But Tom I really need this I'd appreciate it. If you could do this for me, that's what I would have said, but it wouldn't have been successful. He had already told me no I'm. So, instead, I I did something I. I said. You Know Tom. We've been in the same psychology department now for twelve years. I really need this. I really hope you could do this for me. And I had the information that afternoon. So. One question I have is so when you approach your colleagues, do they all have their defenses up? They do. But let me tell you since I use these things prese wastefully they don't even recognize. That anything was being done. Now here's the second thing that I think we can get your your listeners can can use you know how This idea of CO creation, how we ask our customers to help us create the next generation of a particular product or service or to modify what we've got to tell us about their expectations for a a new version of what we have to offer. And we we we ask them for their feedback. I think that's great. But when we asked them for their feedback, we typically make one word mistake. We ask them for their opinion. On this topic, can you give us your opinion? Of what you would like in the next The next generation of our products are what?.
"tom i." Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Okay. And did you ever think about how you want to be remembered Tom? what you want people to think of you and. I just legacy what you want your legacy to be. Just like you said earlier, it'd be nice if people said that he was a funny guy. I'd like that. Yeah Yeah so you never had? It so your ambitions have changed I. Mean is that safe to say you? I was always power and driven by fear. In in my life I was always fear feared the idea of having to get a real job. Okay, so it was always this scary idea that like Oh. Gosh, if this comedy thing doesn't work out of these videos, don't hatch on I'm GONNA have to go to school and like sit at a desk. And probably what would you do you think? I probably would have been like a telemarketer or something you know or Dairy making peanut Buster Parfait which I've done and I'm very good at by the way I used to work Carville I was. Myself. I made the best poster phase at the Beacon Hill Mall because I put like extra fudge the bottom I put like outside of the standard amount of fudge. Put in especially when my friends came. That's just a dairy Queen Yup Yup, did you guys have? Is that when they had the helmets baseball helmets? Maybe there was only in the US now. They had that Canada. They did yeah, they did actually yeah. I loved. was. A Big Blue Jays fan for some reason I. It was around the time they were doing well yeah. I Love Lake John Yeah. Roberto Alamar was on that team Roberto Almar, right and John. And Yeah they really. Well I Shit Tom I. This has been so fun. I love talking to you. Absolutely. Thanks, man Okay and say hi. Thanks so.
"tom i." Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Tom I have a whole good morning I have a whole set was built in two thousand two it has aluminum siding and I'm not sure what to use to clean the sighting and also just wearing is that something that you guys would do cleaning side it is not something that we do and Dave you might you might have action that might might work but what I usually just recommend is not using up all right I certainly recommend not using a power washer if you can drive water behind ruminant sighting at this in a if you really drive the water heavy on the file you could actually with aluminum siding I have it unlocked and now you have a bigger issue along with the product and anything but I think just a little bit softer curtain typically work right right that's what I I would recommend if you are you trying to just get like an algae or dirty kind of off the siding tell yeah it the dirt that accumulated over the years we bought the house like a couple years ago and I noticed that you know there's some dirt on there and stuff like that it did I'll just try to get it cleaned and say look a little bit better so a detergent I could dawn dish soap works very well for cleaning things like that off your house it's it's pretty mild doesn't damage any vegetation or anything otherwise there is a product if you want to want to go and buy something specifically for cleaning the outside your house you bye I think you have a big box store Joe Max J. O. M. A. acts it's a it's concentrate that you mix with a little bit of bleach and water mostly water and it's okay fine to actually remove algae from singles inciting so you can you can buy that it's yeah that's what they advertise it forces specifically cleaning the exterior of your house and no no problem okay if so yeah there I'll just try to don that sounds appropriate I don't there's no well Gee that I'm aware yeah turned into thank you Tom Pritchett that Eric brown siding and limited this year or Eric you let a fifteen year old boy loose with a power washer and then you'd have a sighting job on your hands or absolutely yeah the other thing with a power washer with with aluminum siding of eighteen years old it could start we came closer they could all take that right off sure the whole year we want to be careful with that thought yeah go head higher the fifteen year old your command also right right right Hey I got a text question deciding question I noticed many homes are being cited with tie back rap C. jump I see just citing over citing sometimes what's the industry standard or what do you do we won't we prefer to tear off whatever siding on the house that's what we prefer to do get down to the substrate you can see the wall you can see if there's any rider damage or anything that needs to be replaced behind the old siding up the old siding was failing there could be damage behind it that you don't see if you already existing siding so we like prepare it all off get down to the substrate you also have a flat surface to work with you know called a couple calls ago ago that people weeding siding note if the substrate buckling ordered the nails aren't holding or if it was installed poorly and now it's pushing the fighting out that could cause weaving siding as well so we'll make sure that that intact and then we don't use hi back I know a lot of builders doing you see a lot of an under construction and and even a remodel we prefer using insulation and it still gives you the same what water Berrier that part of it gives you but it gives you an energy corporation so you do get a little bit of an R. added our value to your wall when we when we use our installation but the main thing there is that you have to use a water barrier behind any siding product it whether the final L. P. smart side aluminum steel or even cedar siding you need that water Berrier we prefer to use the insulation for the attic our value our energy savings while the other guys might use Tyler Tyler does not have a energy corporation attached to it and but in your taping all the joints on that insulation due to seal it all up you know we take we take all the points on the insulation so the water work it and sliding on down it's not going to find this even makes waves back to us hello to the wall in an insulation breathable sometimes we run into where the the house rap is not as breathable as you would really hope it would be odd so perhaps a little bit more moisture than what you really want if you're residing somebody's house Eric and they had previously had tied back on the house or or insulation for that matter if you're taking all the siding off what happens with all the nail holes you have to put something back over that are you do you take the phone off and and redo it so you don't have all the old nail holes in it yes we are in the house already we'll we'll leave it on because it is a water barrier but we'll go over it with our form and so by doing that we can go over all the nail holes and then we're putting a new water very over the top hi and if inflation is on the house difficult if it's if it's not working often inflation are in the house and usually one inch fall and we'll leave that and then we'll go over the top of that with our our insulation and again I'll grant you want what water Berrier is going over the top whether it's leaving the private Connor leading old inflation on and that should cover all the all the holes that the old siding had already put into it on sighting unlimited we.
"tom i." Discussed on KTOK
"Your patience your own thank you Tom I was just won't let you question I thought was interesting abolish the vendors at shot show and across the country their vault with the shooting sports hunting and everything else would the congressmen and senators be willing to give up the billions of dollars worth of tax money just to get rid of him and put hundreds of thousands of people out of work and own unemployment hello his gender yeah I know yeah absolutely what it is they would say that if you work in the fire well no it's not that they would say they have said if you work in the firearms industry you're a bad person I think was Cuomo who said to anybody works the firearms engine does not belong to us not should not be in New York state they think of us I'm not making this up this is not hyperbole okay they really do think of us as something less than them maybe maybe even something less than human so for them absolutely they would give up all the tax revenue they would throw all those people into unemployment because they would say that the the end justifies the means and getting rid of guns is going to make everything heavenly because at that point that people will suddenly decide to be good I know it sounds stupid but only because it is stupid but now to your point absolutely they would do that but they don't care about that stuff at all they take that that's how long will they stay in office all songs they wanted it I'm not sure if Charles Schumer gets reelected with the seventy plus percent Barger so there's no chance of him losing the longest people there's no chance of us voting them out of office now some of you know who have to operate as yeah but only and this is you know where I start get upset only if the gunners get off their **** yeah but I have a job I can't go to the legislature but I can't do that you know I don't have a lot of money but your whiney whiney whiney you know you got to get off we don't know her but some say but this but that yeah we gotta stand up show up speak up and if you sit at home and you haven't written a letter or call your congressman that's easy it's free now it's not a long distance you can call your congressman's office once a week find out something about guns or send them an email they should get the person at the office should get to know your name and your voice all of us need to be doing that so yes there are things we can do but to your point yes the ones who really want gun bans would be absolutely willing and frankly eager to get rid of all gun makers all ammo makers everybody associate with the farms in street clothes down every gun store and they will say it openly they're not even shy or bashful embarrassed about it anymore Hey Jim I got screwed appreciate your patience and it was a great question thank you Sir let's see dirt don't go anywhere I'm gonna get you to come right back short break here eight six six.
"tom i." Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Tentatively may first that's what Tom I'm writing that down yeah all right well I look forward to your return okay yeah anything I can do between now and then now let's just keep doing what we're doing okay yeah it is nine thirty eight someone is our governments across the U. S. take initial steps towards re opening the ricotta cheese in the wake of this pandemic leaders are facing the one of dilemma do you prioritize health concerns over economic stability or vice versa I think you could do both I don't know why you have to choose between the other while protecting health may ultimately be the logical economic choice writes the Wall Street journal's Greg yep yeah three months of social destination could translate to one point seven million save lives according to the Wall Street journal and economic benefits of some eight trillion dollars according to university of Chicago researchers that testament to the GDP declined due to the pandemic the worst case loss estimates at seven point five trillion dollars over three years according to the Wall Street journal Holly that is scary stuff there it is yeah so you were going to golf courses it where did you play I played into Kaiser Kaiser and it was with some friends yeah yeah the three of us and we keep your space yeah what are mass you know we're we're for you gotta walk yes yep here's the the way it works you have to wear a mask around the pro shop area show did that and they they let you in one or two at a time to check in and and the pay it's cash only they're not going to take any cash from you for health reasons and so credit card only that make you you swipe your own card and app you swipe it you step back and the employees have all have masks on so it was done really safely I thought it pretty dang efficiently a lot of the retail shop the pro shop at the golf courses can open then so can you pick the department stores too exactly exactly they are not granted once we're out there we can spread out easily in the way I spray my my golf balls all over the course believe me I'm far away from everybody so that's easily done but but yeah I I'm just it it it as every day goes by it's gonna be harder and harder just shoot shoot to make to you know try to justify all these places that are or opening and others that are not allowed allow to open yet right and in this even though they're going to talk about this curbside stuff for retail starting at the end of the week I guess still for some retail that's not gonna be enough that that that's not gonna be anything that's going to be able for a for a lot of retail because a lot of people just aren't going to want to do it that way yeah and so summit will help some it'll be absolutely nothing good points yeah I'm forty one on K. L. B. J. Saddam does show all right my friends at lifestyles unlimited speaking of business going on they want you to let let you know that to real estate is still going on it is an essential business members are still purchasing rentals members of lifestyles unlimited and I show you how to make money with real estate in both the up and down Marcus listen right now people still need a place to live so here's what the great posted L. you why Austin doing they are conducting some amazing two day online training workshops and this is a good thing to do right now with social distancing and all of that this is going.
"tom i." Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"You're right i'm sorry about that so there are some guys that'll do that some guys will never admit that act like they're always right well that's the dumbest thing about it because pyre and you come to me then you say what you said all you would have to say is you know what i thought the bottom of the zone while look after the game and i'll let you know what you know what i thought of it the next day that's it players will be cool with that they will you're going to be defiant right you're going to be why it's not that hard i you deal with that a little bit with the rats guys but they say you know what tom i might have missed that what i'll look at it at halftime are looking at the game to go cool in the moment especially while sending we're not gonna get another about your frustrating but it's like okay well at least he said he's gonna look at it when when he didn't do that as i got a little bit more frustrated of course then i completely understand let's talk about the the batting the last month you raise your average leak almost two hundred points last month or so i think it's more like one hundred but you've been hitting the ball really well anything different or is it just hey you know long season you're going to go through to the bad some of the good it just happened to be ready to beginning of the season i mean a little bit of both i made an adjustment with my hands or something small just with my load i'm starting a little bit earlier getting my hands up a little bit higher i started that probably the last few days of april ben actually that that i i had a home run so it was like okay what's that was easy that's all i had to do and then the next two games obviously wasn't that balls harder but for not getting hits and that's part of going through a slump is you know you should be involved in the spheres that guy but then we went on the road traffic started finding holes whether it was on brokenbat or online driving started falling for me and i mean i was i.
"tom i." Discussed on Double Toasted
"He was eleven eleven tom to finally figured out that i've already heard kind of talking about me and certain ways and is because she thought and you're always gays son you know this is an all because i just wasn't how about trust your son because eleven because i was not as as as athletic as the boys in it was like about tom i was thirteen i started lifting weights shit and i got tall by that point everybody like not gay yeah buddhi help trust is you either komen we're gonna daisy dukes how do we do how can we change this gay think is changing now because when i was coming up that was the thing that people do one that was that was not only closeted gay people but that was a closet thing that people had because everybody knew somebody gain a family everybody knew somebody everybody had a gay friend and i can be just as a feminism wanted to be and people would just ignore it you know people just be up there just fucking jacking off glitter and people would like inordinate man and then everybody gay cousin brother uncle and people just played it off man i even had at that married a guy that was clearly gay guy was so feminine and i don't know why i think he was like i think he got is something this do was rocking all the money every time you want to do was clearly to the point where i'm not even live limp wrist cross legs in that pencil thin mustache.
"tom i." Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"That couples fight about money and how can they avoid these fights you know more common reasons is one is behavioral one can be a spender or what people look at the fun spouse for the others a saver or more averse or one could earn a lot more than the other so there can be resentment that builds like you're not on your way and i have more say i earn more the biggest one i see is really sort of surprises surprises that one spouse is either spent something or basically there's been they they basically run up bills on on credit credit cards so those are more more or less the common ways for the more common things icy the caused these fights now away to avoid that is basically maybe you know i always say that it's really great to really foster communications be between people so basically what are the ways is that you know have a meeting every month they look at expenses but but set the ground rules i like honey we're not gonna argue about this we're basically going to go through this and it's just to find out where you are and and don't make the other person wrong and if and listen because if you make the other person wrong you know it it just gets into where no one looks forward to doing this and it's something that they know is going to cause problems and then what i like is that you're gonna meet on money issues at the end of it thank the other person for listening and trying to find some way to knowledge them like you know like like like tom i saw you really tried really hard to to get the best deal on the car this month or or basically or you know or use coupons or or you know make it like at the end the conversation or something positive so that that basically when people were talking about it they don't have to look for arguments and when it com that's a good point i think though that like you had mentioned even some of the reasons why there might be some disparity and income levels or that.
"tom i." Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"I am constantly trying to get more information to improve myself to become capable of more than i was the day before that like just read read read read read making sure that that is a part of my daily fucking routine that is for sure my lead domino the fact that i spend a lot of my time must reading about the mind that's huge so mindset is also another part of that those who are very much in or twine for me i nikki alwahda youtube hi tom i'm trying to understand myself doing that by journalists thinking about how i feel about various things remembering where i come from helps me be happy how do i understand myself better you've already laid out some pretty good things so the other i would say is when you have an emotion begin to recognize oh i'm having a strong emotion what is causing that emotion and then what is the underlying cause of that so i i'm having an emotion and my emotion is anger and my anger is based on my girlfriend asked me to two stop reading so much and then i realized that that makes me angry because i'm insecure about my ability to provide for okay we'll cool now we've identified what's really going on we have an insecurity around being able to provide me we have an insecurity about her role as a man whatever the case may be it's like okay you've identified it now now is not going to have much hold on you and that process of i'm having an emotion cool what's driving the emotion got it and then what's the underlying cause of that driver that that's really really critical and that's going to help you continue to identify those emotional things that dr unified that most people are driven by their emotions but they never take the time to figure out why at their most petty insecure just bassist human level what's actually driving that emotion and if you can identify that then you can deal with it.
"tom i." Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"At squeezing the life out of somebody tom it's impressive that somebody without arms or legs somebody cuts on but when fifteen the snake is somebody that a person yeah but it's a body it's a wiggling animal it's a tale without arms and legs right a bit out with a mile tale with ice in the mouth um i dunno that did look look tom if you're gonna get killed by a snake it's because you do in some don't i'm not a victim blamer here but like come on just don't ju like uh it's stay out of its way so i'm saying sometimes again which will get two after this this week's episode is sponsored by hellofresh tom um you've used hellofresh i have the gray so of i uh for those not in the know hellofresh is a meal kit delivery service that shops plans in delivers your favorite step by step recipe is in pre measured ingredients so you can just cook eat and enjoy and tom i did all three of those things i cooked i ate and i enjoyed i came i saw a conquered he up um i came i eat i enjoyed tom here's why i like hello fresh number one the convenience of it tom you can choose your delivery day for when it works best for your busy schedule eve everett sunday maybe you can pause your account for weeks at a time when you're out of town jetsetters iq and i take advantage of this all the time all the ingredients come pre measured in handy labelled meal kits sinoe which ingredients go with witch recipe tom you don't have measuring cups or anything i do but it is nice they put everything in individual bags which i do like instill livered right to your door in recyclable insulated packaging is actually pretty cool i burn it usually won't titian two at tom it also e.
"tom i." Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"That feedback to not be punitive to not get past of aggressive you really have to open your mind to that so as i do this more here i will certainly feed you back but yeah i i have not yet crack this nut so this is very much more i spend my time so more on that later all right you dear array as hi tom i graduated with my master's in adult education in the spring of 2018 my passion is the help minority in first generation college students succeed in their academic journey however i find that if i work in higher ed institution i will not be able to afford to pay my student loans what advice do you have for me who so i'm probably not the person to ask this advice because i think so entrepreneurially but that's not what you want to do so all right let's talk about being a lynchpin god hard question okay so what you you actually want to help minority in first generation college students okay here here's just this is how i think and i feel bad because it's not going to be a useful answer to you because i can just feel in your question that an entrepreneurial answer is not going to be what you want to hear but it's actually what i think is the no bullshit answer so if you change out academic journey four just succeed and being able to make their own dreams come true you and i have the exact same mission and so i looked out what is it taken and the same is true whether it's an academic journey or entrepreneurial success or being a lynchpin the truth is that people need to get so good they can't be ignored and the only way to do that is to develop a growth mindset and the only way to do that at scale because i have no interest in one on one so if you wanna do it just one on one i mean i guess you agree classes or sign even they're making you start a business but you could certainly be.
"tom i." Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"That's not the case you know i think the it's the end sad to say it but also i think it's it's funny that scary movie to they also showed a appeasement scary movie to uh wearing the uh and i forget the comedians name uh right now but he was he was in a wheelchair to ivanhoe upstairs and look for the bad guy or the scary monster whatever and you didn't know but that in the next uh like shot is having a wheelchair trying to crawl up the steps at in the worst tom i'm doing that and he could do it and that's a more realistic a trail of you know not only seventy of the disability that's to me that's like any percent of the battle but dead the world is not built for people with this is just not built for people with disabilities though have annexed seen him sort of trying to cross the stairs but not even doing it because he just can't uh is it's funny when it's also that's reality right and that's another sort of side to tackle where it isn't just about the actor or actress playing that role is about will the world around you like you know just because you are playing this role why is everything suddenly accessible because you're playing this role you know like and and daily that's kind of difficult for movies and tv shows deuce could in an inaccessible stairs here and there but it also paints a picture of.
"tom i." Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show
"Tom i on the normal studios in thank you here we go nine on one thousand tom matte is terrible number let's say hi here to air eric you're on the top shelf hello it bye pilot uh oh let's walk away it it where you in a lot my my life there are now very glad there it'll take a it it will only she won we favour money in our our so even more out of it with a shock or or three of my daughter that only it now ovalles we hope hopefully we'll get the rest of the story but anyway let's say hi here to worth cannon van nuys can you're on the tab mikey show handle also high oh i call it at the opposite of it but look there might actually or it up and that is actually i think the opposite me like i think a lot of people think i have my act together i make it pretty living on a right area it all by white everything being good but it by by light although i think that i've got bike reputation by by industry.