26 Burst results for "Tony Gone"

Dodgers hope Gonsolin more than an opener in Game 6

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:13 sec | 3 months ago

Dodgers hope Gonsolin more than an opener in Game 6

"Type Game sixes tomorrow. The Los Angeles Dodgers one game away from clinching their first World Series title since 1988. They hold a three games to lead over the Tampa Bay Rays. Lakes now taking the mound for the Rays. Dodgers, countering with Tony Gone

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Los Angeles Dodgers hope Gonsolin more than an opener in Game 6

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:15 sec | 3 months ago

Los Angeles Dodgers hope Gonsolin more than an opener in Game 6

"No World Series game on the schedule tonight with Game six tomorrow as Los Angeles Dodgers are one game away from clinching their first World Series title since 1988 holding a three games to two lead. Over the Tampa Bay Rays. Lake smell takes the mound for the Rays. Will the Dodgers counter with Tony Gone silent

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"tony gone" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:52 min | 3 months ago

"tony gone" Discussed on KOMO

"The Seahawks coming off their bye week will be at Arizona Sunday. The Cardinals coming off a 38 10 win over Dallas Monday, therefore, into the Seahawks 3.5 point favorites. Game two of the World's Siri's tonight after the Dodgers took the opener, ate three and Arlington last night at Global I feel, Dodgers skipper Dave Roberts says. Right hander Tony Gone. Salon will start game to tonight rested, You know, just feel that You know, he started to come out of pen, but we just we, just like him in this spot will be opposed by former Shorewood High star Blake Snell. Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred says he hopes to keep two of this year's in innovations, the expanded playoffs and beginning an extra inning with a runner at second base. He also says the 30 teams combined for $3 billion and operating losses due to the pandemic, which caused all 898 regular season games to be played. An empty ballparks without fans. The Huskies continue workouts, getting ready for their matchup in Berkeley against the Cal Bears November 7th. On that same day, the Cougars will open their season at Oregon State. We checked sports attended 40 past each hour, traffic and weather coming up. Are you registered to vote this year? Yeah, I'm registered. Well, you should vote. Yes. On Amendment one. You know what that's about, Right? Well, tell me more about it. So right now, politicians make back room deals to choose who they represent. Instead of us, the voters choosing them. That's partisan. Jerry Mandarin. Wait, So they're choosing what's best for us. See? That's why we must vote Yes. On Amendment one on the November ballot. We must end partisan gerrymandering so that we can choose who represents us. An amendment one will put new language taken from the 14th amendment and the Voting Rights Act into the Virginia Constitution. I see. So for the first time in 400 years, Amendment one will allow citizens direct involvement in the process of drawing voting districts, and it'll add new civil rights protections, which sounds good to me, and that's not all. Voting? Yes. On amendment One will protect our right to vote. Well, I'm going to vote Yes..

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Tony Awards Will Go Virtual In Fall; No Date Set Yet

KYW 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 5 months ago

Tony Awards Will Go Virtual In Fall; No Date Set Yet

"Biggest Night will look a bit different and the Tony goes to Organizers for the 74th annual Tony Awards have set a plan for a virtual presentation this fall. The original ceremony, which was set to take place at Radio City Music Hall in June, was postponed due to the pandemic. The new date and platform has not been revealed, and questions of eligibility in the shortened season will be announced in the coming days. Lisa

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Tony Awards Will Go Virtual In Fall; No Date Set Yet

KYW 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 5 months ago

Tony Awards Will Go Virtual In Fall; No Date Set Yet

"As you would expect this year we'll have a different look ways Biggest night will look a bit different and the Tony goes to organizers for the 74th annual Tony Awards have set a plan for a virtual presentation this fall. The original ceremony, which was set to take place at Radio City Music Hall in June, was postponed due to the pandemic. The new date and platform has not been revealed, and questions of eligibility in the shortened season will be announced in the coming days. Matteo CBS News and allow me

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Tony Awards Will Go Virtual In Fall; No Date Set Yet

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 5 months ago

Tony Awards Will Go Virtual In Fall; No Date Set Yet

"Biggest night will look a bit different and the Tony goes to organizers for the 74th annual Tony Awards have set a plan for a virtual presentation this fall. The original ceremony, which was set to take place at Radio City Music Hall in June, was postponed due to the pandemic. The new date and platform has not been revealed, and questions of eligibility in the shortened season will be announced in the coming days. Lisa

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The Latest: Fauci: Antibody tests expected next week in US

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 10 months ago

The Latest: Fauci: Antibody tests expected next week in US

"Really Dr Tony go well felt is she an says I see the people you responsible doctor at B. for Shah the hospital test say in Paris a rather large she spent number a week will recovering be available from the within virus a week before heading he straight tells back CNN to the hospital the test after would say if they a have person a family was but infected the face ID and if onto they're feeling right now well if then the hospital they've likely because I recovered have to take care of the patient medical experts as scientists would then race try to unravel to determine new just coronavirus how deeply mysteries the virus as yet has unsure penetrated of how society resistant people become and even to those reinfection who were after infected exposure would be vulnerable health workers again hope that those felt among she them calls who recovered that particularly and are attending important hospitals for health on care now workers on with not he any says the antibody deeper testing more personal does understanding not mean of the a virus shift from testing but also to see with some who's degree infected of immunity now the head of Sager I see you at made twelve Ghani hospital Washington Montana explains it's a bit like what happened in the in the first world wall going where what did and came back to the battlefield I'm Karen Janice

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The Latest: Fauci: Antibody tests expected next week in US

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 10 months ago

The Latest: Fauci: Antibody tests expected next week in US

"Really Dr Tony go well felt is she an says I see the people you responsible doctor at B. for Shah the hospital test say in Paris a rather large she spent number a week will recovering be available from the within virus a week before heading he straight tells back CNN to the hospital the test after would say if they a have person a family was but infected the face ID and if onto they're feeling right now well if then the hospital they've likely because I recovered have to take care of the patient medical experts as scientists would then race try to unravel to determine new just coronavirus how deeply mysteries the virus as yet has unsure penetrated of how society resistant people become and even to those reinfection who were after infected exposure would be vulnerable health workers again hope that those felt among she them calls who recovered that particularly and are attending important hospitals for health on care now workers on with not he any says the antibody deeper testing more personal does understanding not mean of the a virus shift from testing but also to see with some who's degree infected of immunity now the head of Sager I see you at made twelve Ghani hospital Washington Montana explains it's a bit like what happened in the in the first world wall going where what did and came back to the battlefield I'm Karen Janice

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The Latest: Fauci: Antibody tests expected next week in US

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 10 months ago

The Latest: Fauci: Antibody tests expected next week in US

"Really Dr Tony go well felt is she an says I see the people you responsible doctor at B. for Shah the hospital test say in Paris a rather large she spent number a week will recovering be available from the within virus a week before heading he straight tells back CNN to the hospital the test after would say if they a have person a family was but infected the face ID and if onto they're feeling right now well if then the hospital they've likely because I recovered have to take care of the patient medical experts as scientists would then race try to unravel to determine new just coronavirus how deeply mysteries the virus as yet has unsure penetrated of how society resistant people become and even to those reinfection who were after infected exposure would be vulnerable health workers again hope that those felt among she them calls who recovered that particularly and are attending important hospitals for health on care now workers on with not he any says the antibody deeper testing more personal does understanding not mean of the a virus shift from testing but also to see with some who's degree infected of immunity now the head of Sager I see you at made twelve Ghani hospital Washington Montana explains it's a bit like what happened in the in the first world wall going where what did and came back to the battlefield I'm Karen Janice

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"tony gone" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:32 min | 10 months ago

"tony gone" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Let me bring up there Tony go ahead I simply September checking sports your structure all right thank you very much everybody working hard here course that breaking news that U. K. prime minister Boris Johnson has come down with corona virus more as well at the bottom of the hour that's for sure meanwhile let's get you caught up in some sports quickly shall we university a little baseball team was rolling before the corona virus pandemic came out and unfortunately for some of their players it's going to be a time when they just kinda have to say goodbye very frustrating for folks to include Zach Britton he's a junior outfielder from Batesville Indiana he was one of three players to start all seventeen games for the cardinals hitting three twenty two with twelve RBIs end of fourteen runs scored also led all division one with eleven doubles he was on fire and what does he have a good enough resume maybe if you want to leave the cardinals and forego that extra season of eligibility and head to the MLB draft what's a use act together Sheryl I really good summer last summer in Cape Cod league I had a really good call I definitely think I put a good label on myself the past nineteen months but yeah whatever happens happens and I have no regrets so frustrating for the cardinal baseball team no doubt the soccer world not immune now to in there talking about here state side to the corona virus a member of the Sacramento Republic FC club has tested positive for covered nineteen team officials saying the player was showing signs of symptoms and was immediately isolated home tested he is still in isolation at home is said to be recovering and in good spirits based on the player's symptoms appear to guidance for the medical specialist the case does not appear to present a risk the fans who attended the club's March seventh match the health of the other players though being monitored closely as I'm sure they are around the country no doubt and finally before we got here Florida Gulf coast run to the NC double a Sweet Sixteen is a number fifteen seed remember that back in two thousand thirteen well it's had a lasting impact bright corner are calmer what is the point guard on that team was known as dong city he's now the director of player development at Dayton he said the experience gave him and others the opportunities in pro basketball coaching they might not have had their exposure spark growth throughout the university their enrollment by the way growing to fifteen thousand hard to believe so if you don't think March madness had impact beyond the financial rounds so well you might want to think again to that so good on them I for I completely forgot about that Florida Gulf coast oh man that was crazy and then he certainly went on to to date as we see now is pretty much become a national power in the last couple years self fantastic indeed two minutes after the news with will Clarke let's head to Wall Street for Bloomberg money updating Cordell Hey there Tony three straight days of gains for Wall Street however it is a different story today stock futures in the red with the what's topping China for the most come from corona virus cases meantime the stimulus package set to be swiftly passed in the house today will then head to president trump's desk for his signature and humana's lifting administrative requirements for members infected with corona virus were hospital capacity is stretched the insurer said it will allow for the unencumbered movement from inpatient hospitals to post acute care facilities with the news radio eight forty WHAS Bloomberg money report I'm courting Donna have fancy bath and kitchen my most memorable experience was when a customer called and said Rick I just have to tell you my kitchen is beautiful she gets up at three in the morning turns on all the lights dim sum to just write and begins bring her coffee and actually does issue thanks this is so perfect I can't believe this is my kitchen if you've been dreaming of a new kitchen or bathroom give me a call visit Miller's.

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"tony gone" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"tony gone" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"A check of our forecast Hey Tony going to be a chilly rainy day especially as we get in the afternoon I think the reign of the soaking at times and highs only hit forty degrees will carry the rain chances through this evening very late tonight and into tomorrow morning I think that rain will mix with an even change over to a period of light snow and flurries to start tomorrow morning with lows close to the freezing mark we may get a light dusting on the car tops the back deck in the roof but I think overall the roadway should be good as we head into tomorrow morning tomorrow afternoon we'll even dry out and get a little bit a late day sun in with highs near forty degrees mostly sunny skies on Wednesday but could be chilly with a high of thirty eight forty for turn for Thursday and Friday the guys expect mostly sunny skies for the coming weekend Saturday highs near fifty one will go up to a mile fifty six on Sunday after W. okay what forecast Annapolis today it's crunch time because it's the holiday season right how do you thrive during the season how do you balance your holiday planning make a time to purchase the perfect holiday gift and things like you know eating well resting well here's how you do one of those things that is get a better night's sleep with a sleep number bed give yourself a gift this year that's really going to mean something my sleep number a love of our sleep number bed sores petty Leslie numbers forty five hers is fifty five because what that means is you can adjust the bed your ideal firmness herself as you want on your side of the bed you'd be amazed at how works in the suite number three sixties Robinson's your every move automatically just to keep you sleeping comfort throughout the night even comes if you want we sleep like you technology it tracks how your sleeping I give you personal inside is for your best like now here are the other don't you know you can stop by one of your three locations of sleep number today mostly Matthew Shelbyville road the sleep number for almost four road across from this rehearsed health center and the sleep number store in cultural ideology better veterans parkway they'll make the spirit Brice's holiday season with guest for quality sleep the sleep number three six Rebecca just on the side to give all a good night from just nine ninety nine only at sleep number the best wrestler Brad this holiday season with the festival of lights and walk ins regional park starting Friday November twenty ninth festival of lights opens daily from five until nine thirty PM make it a family tradition and enjoy a magical drive their Walken's regional park spot your favorite themes like display from the Wonderful World of oz Santa and his reindeer or even a fifty four foot tree for more info about festival of lights visit P. G. parks dot com that's P. G. parks dot com brought to you by the department of parks and recreation prince George's county merry Christmas and happy.

"tony gone" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"tony gone" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Finish by bell just as I say that bill cuts back door for easy one bill's been impressive here tonight junior from start well Johnson will abolish cool Bali puts his head down and heads to the who missus and here comes bell two one two Murphy gets his hands on it too late war is able to grab it and don't get home the lead in nineteen bill has been so impressive this game we had a nice job leads the fast break there and a quick time out here Hey thirty second time out Jeff Capel they will get the substitution Sears fifty five thirty six five tend to play heather is coming off a win against Monmouth where they had a big second half the pull away sixty three different now in sixteen points in that game is to mention a gallon back and still looking for a point that's when Johnson found his mark the second half mama's game my favorite players in front of the justice campaigning the city's went on a kid right I tell you what if you look at the stats the statue of thought that to be drenching sweat my whole Bali only has four points but again really showing some good things his screams his defense good looks offering a cast their to Tony Tony from three no good and guess who gets the rebound full of Ali rebound out to Johnson no good Tony goes into crashed.

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"tony gone" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"tony gone" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Fair housing act and equal opportunity act back on that day lively to route for many civil rights attorney filling in for doctor's room Liane screen let's go out to the phone lines right now Tony in upland Tony we have to say well let me just preface this by just saying the don't listen to what trump does attention to what trump does and this is what trump has died Assad used chemical weapons he didn't have to preface it by saying I'm painting a red line in the sand he just fired the rockets on him who took Crimea underscore watched it the Russian state crime yet what the truck no it was barackobama is telling you tell us about can you tell us about your opinion on trouble pulling out and leaving the Kurds tell me what's going to happen there is to say bye don't get paid to do what he does so what is he going to do just tell me that can you tell me your opinion on okay I just ask you about that we'll talk about the Kurds I just want you know what to expect I'm asking your opinion about that do you want to bring it you don't want to hear a you got about ten seconds Tony go okay I think what he's doing is trying to get them up with the Russians to give me an opportunity to make a mistake that's what I think he's doing leveraging them with the Russians because if they make the mistake who owns a mistake then and the Russian all right Tony thank you so much for the call if you want to join in on the conversation talk about anything eight hundred two two two five two two two thank you so much for the phone call that is Leo Terrell Lee and Sweden this is doctor drew midday live on am seven ninety KABC.

Florida Deputy Charged After Staying Outside During School Shooting

The Ray Lucia Show

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Florida Deputy Charged After Staying Outside During School Shooting

"The former Broward County, Florida sheriff's deputy who was accused of failing to intervene during the mass shooting last year at Marjory, stoneman Douglas, high school in parkland has been arrested on a dozen criminal charges stemming from the inaction more from W F, TV reporter Joan Murray Peterson was seen taken cover and not entering the school when the massacre unfolded, he has said he was following the sheriff's office training and policies for handling an actor shooter. Crisis sheriff, Tony went on to say, we cannot fulfill our commitment to always protect the security, and safety of our community without doing feral assessment of what went wrong that day

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"tony gone" Discussed on Mad Fientist

Mad Fientist

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"tony gone" Discussed on Mad Fientist

"Basically working over one hundred hours a week between my job in the farm and driving myself into action, and they'll nece and not able to get out of bed for days at a time. Like, there's a cough there. And and I don't think there's anything wrong with making the world better place and making your place in it the best he can, you know, there's no need to you didn't do life wrong. If if you weren't. Like possessive over writing this. So that's great. And yeah, thank you so much for doing this as I think going to help a lot of people, and then a lot of people can relate to this. I personally can that's why I was really excited to get you on the show. I usually ask all my guests. You know, if you had one piece of advice for someone on the Pathfinder dependence. What would that be? Yeah. If I had to pick one thing that I would have people ask themselves are prepare for it would be building human connection into their life after after they retire. And that might mean, you know, volunteering at a helping kids or elderly people just being around people that you can that you can talk to really, and it almost doesn't matter. What the near that in, you know, might be going on meet up dot com and meeting some Aiking buddies. Yeah. Might be volunteering whatever human connection means. To you makes that automatic, you know, and then it's gonna be different for everybody. Some people are really gregarious nature, but for people like you and me, you know, that's a requirement for fulfilling life in my in my life is to have meaningful human connection. So that'd be my one piece of advice is to figure out what that's gonna look like for you. That's great advice. Now, I'm thinking of maybe going back to school next year just to force myself to get out and socialize more. And just do it in a way that at least I'm learning something and interested in. So yeah. But like I said before like being forced to do it. Because otherwise, I get stuff done on my computer, you know, hang out with Jill or whatever. So. So, you know, I think that's fantastic advice, and it's not been shared before on the show. And it's not even you know, something I focused on. But after leaving my job, I realized how important it is. Yeah. And I I really just we're human, you know, humans need social animal and part of our survival drive built into our, you know, our genes that have been honed through evolution. Absolutely. So Tony if anyone wants to get in, touch, obviously, don't have a blog or anything. But do you. Maybe they could either go to the comment section or if if there's any way to get in touch, his you're welcome to share it now. Yeah. So if you wanna talk to me like me an Email. And that's Email who would be uh give you one of my Google account house full of bees at gmaiLcom won't be linked to that in the show notes. Okay. Yeah. I just appreciate it so much, and I'm sure the audience does. Well, so thank you so much for being on the show. This has been great. Hopefully, we can get together at some point. Again. It's been a few years since I've been can't mustache. But hopefully, maybe one of these upcoming ones get up into the Pacific north western and hopefully catch up some more because this has been great. I look forward to in. Thanks so much for having me on all right, buddy. Talk to buy. Finance?.

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"tony gone" Discussed on Mad Fientist

Mad Fientist

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"tony gone" Discussed on Mad Fientist

"They're like myriad reasons that this might be happening. It's not guarantee that you're going to have some kind of brain who these or whatever if you get to the state where you've eliminated all those other things that you know, could potentially be helpful if you did them, and then you're still at that position. And that's probably yeah. And if I get up on my soccer, thirty seconds to just say like the stigmatism about mental illness, and in our culture, and is so tragic to me because I just think of all the people that are either not here 'cause they had to escape the suicide or they're trudging enduring their way through their life. But getting help it really, you know, I won't go out about it. Because I'll start crying. It is so tragic to me, and the fact that we treat mental illness like some character flaw rather than an expect people to do the mentally emotional Cleveland like running a marathon on a broken leg. You know? So that's my PSA that I'll just get out there about. You know, talk like be honest when you're not, okay. You know, so say everything's fine. I'm so thankful that you decided to come on because incredibly helpful. So I really really appreciate you talking with me. So honestly and openly. So I'm sure the audience does as well. So around this time is when you decided to actually go back to work is that right? Yeah. And that was part of. So when I started feeling better about stuff, thanks to my medication. I was like all right. Let's let's try to stabilize our life a little bit more and just make go back to what was last working for me. You know, like voter say when something goes wrong, stop the boat. I like get back to a to a place where you can make decision. And so I ended up getting a part time job Kober. I had reached out to some friends that I worked with co workers. I'd worked with that. My at my last job that I got laid off from and they were at this little start up in Seattle. And I went in and visit with them. And I was like, hey, what are you guys up to? I'm looking to maybe start working again. And but only wanna work part time. So let's see if we can make something that's a good fit. And that it ended up that they? Do it did seem like a good fit? So I started working on October doing software development as a an individual contributor rather than a manager. And I work like now, I work Tuesday Wednesday Thursday, and my, you know, it's wonderful. It's the same even better than the office space experience I had before because I think because it's things one I know if stops being fun, I can just stop and to I really it's helped me really appreciate like the good. The good stuff about working, which is mostly about being around other people..

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"tony gone" Discussed on Mad Fientist

Mad Fientist

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"tony gone" Discussed on Mad Fientist

"I I was pretty irritable to be around wasn't fun of your, and I was often tired. He didn't wanna get out of bed. And and the biggest one was I was I stopped enjoying things that I used to love so bike rides hiking. Cooking. Like all these things that I love to do just became at best. I was like, okay. This isn't so bad. So what do you think any at this time? Because obviously if you've put a lot of hope into like everything's going to be fine and goods after I hit fi. And then here you are. And it's not good. It's not better. It's worse. And all the things that you thought you would do not doing how how was that? In were you thinking about, you know, like did I make their own decision or what was going through your head? I didn't ever regret the decision to pursue or like, quote, unquote, achieve f I I did, you know, this was I was in a spiral of like thinking yet yet again like that I'm doing this wrong, or that I am inherently flawed in some way like because I'm so spoiled like I'm so lucky in so many ways both because of privilege and just lucky timing. And then all the hard work that I did to save so much money. You know, like I felt like I have all of this stuff. I have all the time. I live in this beautiful valley on this farm and yet here I am miserable. That was some of the lowest times, I've I've ever had. And and yeah, it was like I didn't have anything to underneath that. Like, it was like I did everything I knew how to do. I tried my hardest. I use all my skills. I got so much from so many people. And here, I am an another way came out was when I play in my life to other people that I like Andrus, you know, people that I've met at parties or whatever I'd be hearing myself talk about my life. And it'd be like this sounds amazing. Why am I living miserable? You know? And so when you have a job like you could always blame it on your job. You can always not only that. But the job is also distracting. So if you are feeling like that, then having to do a bunch of work will usually take your mind off of it. So out on that job takes away, the distraction and takes away the most obvious excuse for why you're feeling that way. Yeah. No. I couldn't blame anything, you know. And so that that just feel the fire like self just like self-criticism, I guess one of the things I learned was that I was easing my job to vantage by anxiety depression with like working workaholic and like perfection. Awesome. And actually ended up at the urging of friends and partners family to go. Get go talk to the guy and. And I was like you guys are not like, I'm just crazy. You know? And and, but I did, and I got an opinion that I didn't like so I went and saw someone else, and I got same opinion and their opinion was that I was struggling with like pretty severe anxiety and moderate depression. And that how they would you know, what would I commend? This is going on after the rest in an Esa Sarai, and as one of them describe to me like I I at that point was already doing everything they would suggest someone do like I was getting plenty of exercise. I was eating really. Well, I was meditating. You know, obviously, I didn't have stressful work, I had family and friends around me. And yet I was struggling so much with myself. And so I started on a necessary in August twenty seventeen and these drugs are so weird. Right. 'cause they're like. Well, take it for three weeks..

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"tony gone" Discussed on Mad Fientist

Mad Fientist

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"tony gone" Discussed on Mad Fientist

"It was easy to just kind of once I had a a path that I could just keep walking towards keep walking down the path. And no Newroz gonna be it became so much easier to just do it. Like, I don't know a lot of people. I think like they get on their journey, and they they spend a bunch of time and energy on and every day. I really didn't. I just you know, tried it out my my path. And and and I just got my life. I'll organize and I just went you know, I kept walking. So I had this little Google spreadsheet. And it had forecast me to like be like hit my number in in. It's like end of March ish twenty seventeen and the company has we're for wasn't doing so hot. And they laid off a bunch of people in August. Twenty twenty sixteen and I told my boss after that. Like, hey, you know, I'm really having a good time here feel like I'm doing a good job. And I don't need this job. You know? So if they need me more layoff, please, you know, sacrifice me instead of someone with a family needs this job. And so flow me, hold January twenty seven teen. Rolls around is the twenty seventh of January got to work and had someone come get me. An they like, hey, can you come into the room for a few minutes? You know? And I walk into the room, and they have the folder on the table and stuff, and I been on the other side of the people. So so many times like laying people off that I knew exactly what was happening, and I just felt this like wave of relief Washington where my body. I remember it. And I think the first thing I said to them was like, all right. I know I know this drill. And I know you're waiting on us about this than I am. So just know that this is this is this is totally fine. With me, I'm going to be very happy. And you know, you guys you have a hard day. So and I ended up with a severance package that basically gave me the number. I was going to get by the end of March. Anyway, so it was the what was that first months of your life? Because obviously it was sooner than you'd expected or you mentally prepared for it. No, I like notionally thought like I was starting to think about hey, I should probably think about the transition area before the end. March, you know at some point before the end of March, and obviously I didn't get that opportunity. And honestly, I'm not sure it would have helped. But but for yeah, I did not get it. So kind of the ideas I had about what early retirement would look like where that I would play a lot of video games 'cause I had not made time for that. And like, so I played a lot of the other three and work after he and had a great time. And I had tons of ideas. Like, one of the things I wanted to do ER or was so that I could build skills and learn things I wanted to know by doing them like, for example, welding or working in a bike shop or stress stand or something like that. Like, I wanna get like part time jobs doing stuff that I wanted to learn how to do. And for whatever reason, I just when I hit if I have you know, when I had all this time. I just didn't do that. I didn't go do. You know, like they were that sounded good. But like for whatever reason I just didn't follow through with them. Like, I had a lot of Malays and fatigue. And and what I now recognize depression and anxiety and then. July and August just continued the Russian anxiety and the way that showed up in my life was that..

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"tony gone" Discussed on Mad Fientist

Mad Fientist

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"tony gone" Discussed on Mad Fientist

"I read the book, I think that's probably the first book, I read I read your money or your life. And then I got in the minimum, Mr. money moustache, and Matt and jail Collins in h and all these wonderful people that have blazed the trail for us, and and giving us like the strategy, the pack fix the how and why of how to do this stuff? And and yeah that was so that's when I really started to come up with a like my plan to get to financial independence. So you decide that you know. Okay. You're done with your you wanna get out of the tech world as soon as possible you have this high income that you've your nose growing? Thanks to the office space syndrome and your expenses are low because of the farm situation living situation, you work yourself into so presumably as a pretty quick. Ramp up towards this fine number that you had in mind. Yeah. Yeah. So I made a Google sheet. That was just like all right? Here's how much I need to be happy. And I had hardly any money at this time. I was making a fair amount. But you know, all the money I have have been like frittered away or went into the farm. And so now, I just like well has everyone says the numbers are easy. You know, the math is easy as far as plotting. Your course to F. I it's simple. But it's not well say it's simple, not easy not easy to implement. So when I had that path in front of me, I I was like, okay. I can do this. And and I just kinda set up my life with my commute. You know, my six six three schedule..

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"tony gone" Discussed on Mad Fientist

Mad Fientist

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"tony gone" Discussed on Mad Fientist

"Payday loans and credit cards and things like that. Right. Yeah. Yeah. Through my twenties. Yeah. It was horrible with money like paycheck to paycheck at best. And as never able to budget never able to save, and you know, all windfalls that I got an expectedly tax returns stuff like that immediately just disappeared. And. Yeah, used to you know. No use payday loan services through like pretty regularly. My in my early twenties. Just like, you know, it's a pay to rent being too. And it'd be like, oh, I only have three hundred dollars, and I need to pay seven hundred dollars rent by eight AM tomorrow. So guess I'll go to the money tree. And, you know, sign up for a loan like, you know, two hundred percent effective interests or something crazy, and yeah, I probably did that like ten more times a year and even into my late twenties. It wasn't that was kinda my parachute cord, you know, was oh shit. I how did this happen? You know, again with one hundred nine and so there was there's zero kind of financial acumen in my life until I tell you. I started earning more money in my late twenties. So became less of a problem. But it was it was that was what made it less of a problem, not my becoming more mature anything about finances. So so at the stage where you happy in your career. How was I was. Life going at this point where you looking for a way out or was this just something that was like, oh, this this is going to be a good thing to pursue while. I'm doing this career that I enjoy. I definitely wasn't enjoying it. I wasn't hating it. But I was certainly not looking forward to going to work in the morning. I did have a lot of co workers that I really love working with. So like, I did have a good time with them. But I certainly felt like I wasn't not happy. You know, I wasn't getting fulfilled. And I wasn't doing my best work though. I I didn't know it at the time. That was just that's the best way. I knew how to do it. I didn't know that was a better way. And for this kind of got me curious about lifestyle designers. Well, and that's when I started thinking about, you know, maybe you don't have to work, you know, five days a week nine to five or you can you can have a goal that where you can see an end to that. If you want it. If you don't if that's not working for you. So that that's got me got me started on thinking about that and getting curious. So when I met you you're also a farmer, so you're you know, in tech. But then you also ran a farm. So where did where did the whole farm come into play in twenty eleven and twelve my life kind of fell apart in a in a way, I I with through a divorce with my my then wife, and at my job, I kind of ran out of the ability to work harder. Like, I crashed all my all my adult life. I had felt the need to prove myself. And I felt the need to be needed to be indispensable and my job at that time. It wasn't technically software engineer, I was managing the operations IT and QA departments of a software company. So my job, and it was really like. Bad things from happening was my job like in a short innocence and keep the company running and the stuff that makes us money. Keep it keep it keep up. And when when things go bad, I got called at three in the morning, you know, me and my team would fix it. So I I just was working harder and harder on that. And and eventually I I just crashed. I couldn't work harder. My body rejected. I would get sick. I was very sad and irritable and my see the time who's a wonderful guy. He he brought me into a room after a particularly bad event where you know, because of doing things as fast as possible I had caused like an outage in our service that costs us, you know, about ten thousand dollars. Let's say the company and he brought me into the room..

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"tony gone" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"tony gone" Discussed on KTOK

"You're on the Ben Ferguson show. Hi, tony. Go ahead. Hello. How are you? I think there should be some repercussions for people that make accusations. And then don't wanna step up to the plate and tell their story. If you demand that you to be heard, and we accommodate your demands to be heard, and then you say, why don't wanna do it that fast? I don't wanna tell you what's going on that fast. And if I'm not going to show up unless all these other people that I demand you interview show up when I demand before I show up the FBI investigate. You don't get. That's not how this works. If you wanted there to be an investigation, you should have called the police a long time ago, you should told your parents, you should have been proactive, then now, this is all about in my opinion, this at this point. I think that this is clearly all about trying to delay this vote undermine cavenaugh and try to drag this thing out after the midterm election. So maybe the Democrats gain some seats in the house and Senate take control of the Senate, and then they can say guess what you're not getting any European in here. It just shows more proved to the Democrats are all about themselves enough for the people of this country. I'll see what others think about that one. I appreciate the phone call. Thank you, sir. It's good to talk to you. Find three five nine seven three to five three five nine seven three to the eight hundred number one eight hundred four seven four nine seven three two. Here's what some of the political experts on Capitol Hill had to say about this very interesting to hear what David Gergen said listen to this. Let's former federal prosecutor, Greg Browder. He's former assistant director for the office of congressional affairs at the FBI, David.

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"tony gone" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"tony gone" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"The equation seems to go on awry in modern america we've been taught that our rights are paramount which is fine but we also been taught that we'd have no duty to be virtuous those allies were first embedded clearly and concisely matan commandments if you returns to those values you'll be virtuous citizenry deserving of our liberty and if we turn away from moselle us well then we'll return to the horror of collective guarany tony go through the ten commandments and i want to explain what they say today's modern politics so the first commandment is the most controversial and is also the simplest and the lord god brought you out of egypt out and land bondage now to start off his bizarre commandment because it doesn't actually command you to do anything on its face but it does implicitly command you'd do something remove yourself from the arbitrary bondage of the state and place yourself under a higher set of commandments the bible tells us in genesis that we are each made in god's image and that means we have the capacity to choose and the obligation to choose right over wrong responsibility devolves on us personally because we are servants of god not servants in the state across three millennia jews and christians alike have fought for the common notion that our allegiance to god outranks our allegiance to the states and if you use government to restrict my communion with godly values i will resist you in every way possible collectivists folks let they tell us that the state can order you to disobey god and your daily dealings they can order the christian baker to cater the same sex wedding they can order the jewish doctor like my wife to perform abortions the first commandment says no you can't and so does the first amendment which guarantees freedom of religion for precisely this reason and it's because the founders understood the danger of tyranny and the value of individual freedom before god they instituted the second amendment to recognize that they have a god given right to defend ourselves from tyranny and from terror the second commandment is also particularly important in today's society it says now shall have no other dogs before me this is particularly relevant when it comes to the cult of personality that seems to dominate our politics we're told on all sides we ought to trust the people at the.

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"tony gone" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"tony gone" Discussed on WEEI

"The hate goes deep i don't know why bill bellichik hates me so much i like this is always the basket and not even a player readable or like we out on the sidelines for the anti chapter working for cbs talk at a bill cowering in is it tony goes off your have a conversation duquesne right up to their start talking a bill it only every looked at from like them veil medical row like let's be professionals the high or i don't work to you then look at maybe you know who you were well tell you went well ready didn't know whether or not if there was room still would win boxcutters won't be the root of all people to bring out there which arguing about had dysfunctional patriots organization is in using people the right way put daily hamas cakes djukanovic it that's the one guy democracies call all right that's the one guy you bring up i we get some breaking new some baseball do so we have luke that's one in arbitration he won is guinea see wouldn't ten five socks put in seven five apparently arbiter felt like the middle what was nine the book is worth more than nine therefore mookie betts will be ten eight ten point five million this year so it's a lose lule's for the red sox get you and alpay gibson and a half and now you have your star player new future guy the cornerstone sit there and in a hearing here about why he's not worth the money explain that the player has largely in the inmate ought to citizens work no ten and a half years or at night he's were saturday a really good players like chris prior to make it ten point you have won rookie of the year mvp so he's runnerup whatever he's won a world series sports yet is done the things that others have accomplished he's not as good as him right is yeah that's what they do is lear last year earlier to six seven or maybe you know this what he wants runs to score position on me he just he wasn't that productive he's not worth this kind of money you sit there and you listen to it and then you beat him in they pay you tell half and you know they don't want to pay you.

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"tony gone" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"tony gone" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The dan patrick show i uh by the way tom brady is not the oldest player to ever compete in a super bowl the oldest was forty four years of age anybody want to take a guess who that was i know tony's going to know who was uh anybody is it a kick as a kicker yeah yes uh he was the kicker in 2010 versus new orleans versus your of vegetarian now matt stover matt stover jeff eagles the giants potter 42 matt bryant atlanta kicker uh let me see he was the forty one uh forty two i should say that in uh let's see who was in brady than it uh forty years one hundred eighty five day sipe bestard day above all out of the day that day here comes that what why data all right continental china reached out of the day best remorse to the weekend brand new season a man versus food on travel channel casey web steps up to the table with gusto saw him yesterday he looks like he's in postseason form massive cupcakes cd tackles everything twenty two regular size cupcakes than its off to philly be up a classic wale challenge who you're calling away oil a thirteen pounds bagel sandwich with cream cheese salmon whitefish tomatoes in onions man versus food only on travel channel he'll show is coming up at about ten minutes from now i best worse the weekend eleven would have forced my best his steph curry for nine points in a showdown with cairo irving steph curry possibly underrate i'm gonna throw that out there my worst of the week away whose hundred i don't think people understand how amazing steph curry is.

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"tony gone" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

Clark Howard Show

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"tony gone" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

"All right tony's going back in time here at this fun i'll never forget clark advertising for traveled to all of these exotic places back in the two thousand seven to two thousand ten era when the economy was imploding people were losing their jobs houses and seeing their four one case cut in half and clark is promoting leisure trips to the greek islands just seemed to be a major break with the realities of the times while do i appreciate that all right so in whenever there are tough circumstances going on anything that's a discretionary activity has a hard time getting people to do it so like during the period you talked about from seven to eleven in particular the cruise lands were having to very heavily discount and any leisure travel air whatever there were very heavy discounts so even though there were a lot of people suffering the united states there were also quite a number that were doing okay through that time and so i fell fit judiciously it made sense during the great recession and its aftermath to let people know about the great deal opportunities that were out there was not done within ten of being insensitive to people that were unemployed or suffering in various ways from the economic dislocation of the banking scandals christina says clark i've listened to you since i was a little girl with my dad i love your show on podcast but you're investing advice has difficulty here when paying off debt and budgeting is our main focus we are a couple in our 30s and 40s with four young children to a special needs we are often struggling to keep our heads above water and not accrue more debt i love your advice about deals and rare advice i'm budgeting and i wish you focused more on that on each show.

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"tony gone" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"tony gone" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The next person you're about to meet makes it his mission to eaten every threestar michelin restaurant in the world andy healer has a blog where he reviews restaurants he says the michelin guide is a helpful tool for tourists in a new city but he claims that recent partnerships by michelin could be misleading some tourists the boss few guards particularly in asia which the mission of producers new guides have been done association with tourist boards now appointed if your spending millions of dollars to half michelin gratiot city with a guide there was going to be knock any paying relationship be an expectation some deliverable the end of it so if for example is about just turn up to the tony going to bangkok and conclude that there were no decent restaurants in invanko put monthly then obviously the tortuous was not best pleased so you could imagine that there will be significant pressure on the inspectors who you go through the bankole guide to come out with at least one threestar restaurants and certainly a decent number of of stalls that kind of conflict of interest is similarly visible look at the new going to seoul amendment to the two three summit sean restaurants that we've given stages in seoul and i wouldn't give either the single stall based on what on the same catch agrees though was also weather reading greeting quality presentation which i look up on technical execution that's for sure and on the sort of vision of a chef i just couldn't get these meals to even close to on the style meals now i went to a french man original matter which is a pity kenya which is part of a of a broader group and i feel the middle there was exactly on spa home as a twostar restroom so he's not least physically impossible tattoos the restaurant and sold it isn't but the to rest restlessly chose to elevate were local restaurants which you have to wonder whether they did not the in direct or indirect behest over the korean tourist board he wanted to see at least one korean three stall and this is you have that kind of pressure building up lots of central conflict of interest he starts to cost died on the validity of the michelin on stall system i put any hitler's thoughts declared the law close l member of the michelin executive group who heads.

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