20 Burst results for "Troas"

Rob Doyle: Threshold

Bookworm

03:20 min | 5 months ago

Rob Doyle: Threshold

"Start out rob among other things the threshold of what? I think you're right that it's a book of many duality many dichotomies and I would troas just a few of them. I would say it's the threshold between the known and the unknown the threshold between indeed the generic threshold between fiction and non fiction between narrative and essay but it's also the threshold of consciousness and it's very. It's an intrepid kind of book you know. This is a book with so much travel in it and so much kind of adventurism of various kinds. The it you know kind of chemical pharmacological or sexually than or literary intellectual so threshold suggests the beginning of some kind of Voyage some kind of journey you know this is a novel. That's very nakedly. Very explicitly autobiographical. You know it very much easy. Let's say a persona of myself as he drifts through the world You know falling prey to or indulging numerous obsessions infested nations and It involves a fair amount of them extremism of sensation. I noticed that your first novel Hero. The young men is about a narrator in his twenties and this is a narrator robbed oil in his thirties. He's it seemed to me at the threshold of the rest of his life. That he's not going to go back to the extravagances that defined his earlier years. He mourns them but like all of us who passed the age of thirty. We start having responsibilities that we don't like that we wish were not part of our lives and in addition he seems to be at the threshold of the end of the world. Yes and it's being my third book. Now I would say to. Most of my stuff has always had kind of apocalyptic vibe gone through it in the background. It it's a park wetter. It took me maybe three or four years to write it and as his well known. These have been very dramatic events in the external world to put it lightly. You need to call one of his books. I think it was a human to human A monument to a crisis and this book in a sense was also a monument to a personal crisis. It's funny because it's a very sunny humorous kind of book you know there's lots of them sly humor and laughter in it. But it's also one which is very much about this kind of reckoning with maybe the nihilism of youth catching up on a

"troas" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"troas" Discussed on Conversations

"Paul Troas laughs, listen to and you say by futures he has and I felt like I'd been split into like there was another me. Because the name was Susan chances. I know so I went to Melbourne emit her, and she was probably the person who looked the most like me we've been out to lunch and the way said something about as being sisters going out for lunch, and it is remarkable the resemblance between us. So so that was that. And I found out that that I feel player was not my father that was that Susan's vows her father. Did she think of finding you after all these years, she was really troubled by the adoption, I think more trouble than I was and she'd never tried to find almaviva, and I gave her some information. And she she she really didn't want to know more than that. She didn't want to know who father was she didn't want to mate Emma, and then about full week flatter when I rang she just felt really uncomfortable about maintaining a relationship. So I haven't seen her since then I respected that, you know, not everyone feels the same way about adoption is she had a marvelous upbringing she had parents that really loved to for her that was enough. And so that was that was the end of relationship and how about you. You said look you realized you looked like your mom you. Both loved rating he by sound like very strong willed women. How do you sit with that part of her and new, but the other part of her being so don't be don't come near me? How do you kind of? Yeah. I've thought a lot of us about the whole nature nurture question. And how you become who you are. And I I didn't believe reload time that things like loving to read or travel or politics could be something that would be passed down genetically. But I do believe that. Insane that I was raised in a family where everybody read and everybody talked about politics. So it's a hard thing to know. But. There is a description of my mother in a book that might mention and I read that description by somebody that knew her, and it could have been a description about me, and I felt so close to her for the very first time. And I sip, you know, and I know I know parts of me. Our little bit similar to her. Imma negative way. But I'm aware of it. So I'm careful with it. You know, I try to be careful that I tried to be a good person. What made you resilient enough to then think? Well, I'm going to keep going with trying to find my father, who's not the I feel Playa a lot of people wouldn't cope with that rejection that just think go back resume life. It's like finishing a book in the middle of the story. You just can't do that. I had to know the whole thing. Why would I've spent however many years finding this? And then give up when I'm so close to the goal. I couldn't I just couldn't finish in the middle of the story. I had to know the whole thing. And I don't know why I had to know the whole thing. But I really needed to know. So what happened after that? Of course. I started relooking thinking, maybe the litter is actually the real story if this I feel play is not the person. Then maybe the real story is the litter. The original letter from your mom said he was an Irish accent. Yes as Mun. Yep. Raised money for the IRA, and she'd given me his last name and somebody suggested to me, why don't you in the place asssociation in Victoria?.

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"troas" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"troas" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Troas. Real roundly partout wildfire fatality I'm Elliot Francis organizers, of last year's. White nationalist rally in Charlottesville Virginia are set to have a second event Sunday, John Lawrence. Reports tensions rose during the two thousand seventeen rallied Three City and state officials want to prevent any possible. Problems a state of emergency is. Declared an police presence is high Colonel Kerry settled with the Virginia state police, says the public can also. Help I would urge the citizens of. Charlottesville anybody else who is going to be visiting here is to continue to be. Vigilant you can help deter some of these acts that might take. Place I'm John Lawrence report a prosecution and Paul manafort's criminal fraud trial could rest its case later today in, testimony Thursday at California Bank executive, says he wasn't aware that Paul Manafort had allegedly lied on loan documents when he approved a one million dollar loan for the former Trump campaign chair and a senior vice president at the Bank of California says he wouldn't have approved that loan to back manafort's real estate. Purchases had he known Benford made false statements on his application of the deadly car fire burning in northern California has claimed another, life, Tim Brooks has. Details this is the eighth fatality linked to this fire, now roughly two hundred thousand Thousand acres a heavy equipment with a unit of the California Department of forestry and fire protection was killed in, an early morning traffic accident highway, patrol saying the car careened off the highway struck a tree the car fire which began back on July twenty third is the most destructive of the fires burning in the state along with the eight lives destroying nearly eleven hundred homes all for fallen Terry evacuations was issued. Thursday for people near a mountainside above lake Elsinore well the US army has stopped discharging recruits who are not US citizens a, memo, orders army officials. To stop discharging soldiers were enlisted seeking a path to, citizenship I'm Elliot Francis.

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"troas" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

Elevation Church Podcast

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"troas" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

"Brought a friend with you in the last couple months invited somebody to come with you to share it with you. Got talking to meet your needs, independent of you. He's going to meet your needs through your willingness to meet someone else. I want to spend the rest of my life preaching like this. To help us see my God will meet all your needs according to his glorious riches. Paul said that after he thanked the Philippians for meeting his needs, he said, now that you've met somebody else's needs, God is gonna meet yours. And. I just couldn't get over how they they had the faith to go out to Macedonia. There's like three hundred thousand people in Macedonia. And Paul saw one man in a vision. He's like, let's go, let's go find that man that I saw him. I vision how tall was he? I don't know. This is I got you gotta show gotta show us when we get there. So they go. So they go and verse eleven describes it from Troas, we put out to sea and sailed straight for some Thrace. And next day we went to Neapolis side note, God doesn't take you there all at once. It's little stops along the way is this is this is this is this is this contest by God doesn't just take you there all at once and he doesn't meet every need all at once because then he knows you start thinking, you didn't need him. So what he does is he leads you step by step little bit of light. That word is a lamp unto my feet. Watch me walk and the light onto my path nextstep nextstep nextstep next step up and down and buckle my shoe back because that's going to me and it's probably been driving somebody crazy on the front row. It's just a little things and God speaks through the little things and he meets big needs. Watch this through small acts of obedience. We went here, we went there. What's you looking for Paul, a saw man in Macedonia, and I'm looking for him and they end up watch this from their twelve. We traveled to fill a pie. Philippians, that's the city. That's the place where the first church in Europe or the western world was started. This is how it started this right here. Through someone you've never even heard of. I know you've heard of Paul. I'm really not here to preach about Paul today. I'm a show you somebody who doesn't get listed Samson, all he ever did get a haircut, and we preach about him all the time. No, I want to introduce you to a woman. Let's hear from the women..

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Alex Trebek Talks About Leaving ‘Jeopardy!’ In 2020, Names Potential Successors

Barsky Radio

04:24 min | 2 years ago

Alex Trebek Talks About Leaving ‘Jeopardy!’ In 2020, Names Potential Successors

"Either say have all the skills you could, have what the hell. You going. To do with that thing then a freaking. Thing I could have been blessed, with intelligence like a mathematician you could, have, split the atom whatever I can tell, you what network television shows from the sixties and seventies. And I don't miss I don't understand I don't understand either, combat combat was ABC Nineteen sixty three I was like barely breathing It, was like a fetus. Rat patrol rapid, Troas ABC Check check Man. Rat patrols. Last. One yeah Rafael let's see patrol barely on. Television and I knew the network? And you. Said what? Network ABC I don't, know how Right Chrissy was. Right he never. Misses it's the, craziest craziest all the. Skills I don't know It's not like know. When I was a kid I. Watch television, but I didn't watch that much of it. I don't know. How it is, I mean this is. Like a curse You. Know but you could use me. As some, sort of a party game You can use me as like. Tibet money you. Get free drinks yeah whatever trying to stump stump the moron I don't know I don't even know, what else. I could ask stump to beat the TV savant the network savant And so I'm assuming they have. To be like from my childhood the, sixty seventies yeah sixties the seventies TV show. Thank you can't do. The, eighties like the eighties that's so much. Because I I. Don't even watch TV eighties us too busy doing other stuff if you know what I'm talking. About Alex trebek's is going to be given it up in twenty twenty others a story here who's going to take. Over he's got two names of people have never heard of, one would be the guy that does the. Play by play of the Los Angeles Kings. And is Alex Faust he's a, TV waste of the LA kings singing that he might be a good air to the to the jeopardy thrown thrown and then another one would be Laura Coates who's an attorney who serves as a, legal voice, for CNN those are his. Two picks of his successor it's weird and then he was I guess he was on this show called objectified this Fox News, show and they, showed, photos of them and apparently. People thought. He was black at one point in the in the seventies and, eighties you see Alex Rubik now white hair but back in the. Day he said he had a afro He had like a very, dark tan he had a mustache An. Afro and he said that people I guess he did this this, telephone back in the eighties for. The United negro college fund and, they came to him. Backstage they thought he was the. Dancer Gregory Hinds remember him they thought. He was his brother Are you hit. Gregory Hinds his brothers like now I'm Alex trebek's maybe you. Should hook up with what's her name. From Seattle the was the. President of the CPI Rachel, does look black anymore Jeopardy answer is he's the whitest TV host. Who would never be considered to be. Black who is Alex Rebecca Enough So so we'll see what happens with that. Show Bob Newhart show CBS What canon canon, would be, are you. Talking about William Conrad lane cannon CBS as well a Clinton Martin, production most of those were ABC Marcus Welby Marcus Welby his ABC. Adam twelve twelve NBC Yeah Oh. Man I know it's. Bizarre. Man what can I tell? You I'm looking through all, these but they all seem so. Easy so I'm trying to do some the rookies the. Rookies, oh you're talking about the? Police, yeah. That's that's. ABC I don't I don't know if we've said this one I've, never even heard of Adam. Twelve, twelve NBC wow I don't know.

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Senator, Griffith and Florida discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:11 min | 2 years ago

Senator, Griffith and Florida discussed on Global News Podcast

"Even big confirmed one team has been called in an range of sanctions of being considered it really depends on the nature of a breach of this is this was accidental if it was administrative you know what's the what's the nature of this if it's you know is it senator or was it something more more significant the needles have been tested for the presence of banned substances the results haven't been published but so far the incident is classified as a violation of antidoping rules especial hearing will take place to decide what punishment will be imposed our griffith in australia now to nasa nassar's launch pad number forty at cape canaveral in florida nine eight seven six four three two one zero and liftoff of the falcon nine rocket and the dragon spacecraft packed with science and supplies for the international space station communities home and lower orbit filkins the tower a spacex rocket was launched sending supplies to astronauts on the international space station amongst the cow gay was an international experiment to tackle space junk it takes the form of a small satellite that will practice techniques tracking debris and capturing it in an effort to clean up space science correspondent jonathan amos told us more this little satellite which is called removed deborah's funded by the european commission and the partners that are involved in the project and it's going to trial full technologies is going to check out a piece of junk and then it's going to monitor easier allied are laser a camera detector then it's going to check out another one and throw a net around it because the idea is that you could go around just backing up a junk a bit like troas catch fish on then another idea is to use a harpoon some of the junk will be uncooperative in the sense that it's tumbling and using a harpoon just.

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"troas" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 1

LA Talk Radio Channel 1

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"troas" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 1

"Two digital india troas oh my god two two despite kill withdrawing from talking back some two two at a vague threat a youth almost woman like three hours later the rezaq stores the worst human goodbye german government the original his stretches tells his because they will about what loopholes using tribunal sondergaard more so why does she will do for about being committed to something that he would leave the more because because she is god woman muscle purpose of god forbid church for us to be neutral all things in common she was this copied is the play will be tried a were dealings we are looking at israel troubling two who they are looking the struggling because god gives you an opportunity the opportunity is off to the tainted by your history health with but the use of the problem putin jews alive there were thinking woman got supported him but jesus now dead people support cooler louisville there is no guarantee that the people who supported jesus we support soldiers economic factor here and here's among ones who could have gone to food is going to the city before the children of israel allegations of he also brought about with of economic strategy he had to borrow all the pole of his suv or from the huge of ships at four hundred one two three good reasons why the front row was traced he want to go the swiss moves got the in the new testament has had the gm we have been coal doctorates we have been cold out of sudan recall tupelov and was light but differences losses has gone at lifted the writings of the hills of the disciples suddenly going not have to settle at loganville luna amid you just heard the idea jesus personified unbelievable and you have thousands of people people from my culture and others that are lapping this up pyka thirsty horse to water i'm not calling anybody a horse and this is the perfect example of why we do what does that eyeroll say the golden the and pharaoh went after the children of israel because he was not lawyer were going on us over nogo see this is why the bible says steady to show yourself approve into god this is why the bible tells us to put all things to the test because.

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"troas" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"troas" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"As a morning host back in january after spending 26 years at w ag atv davis was planning to fly to texas for her stepfather's funeral when she suffered that stroke pointed to see yes on sunday she posted a message on our facebook page about celebrating christmas after losing a loved one break this woman apparently ah you know there's i put this in the five things because you know a lot of people around here they trips in in out of atlanta and they have a lot of family and friends down there and and this woman amanda davis a she she was a pretty big news personality there so a lot of people down there who are grieving today and ironically tragic death sad situation uh now let's see what's going on reading here from the associated press american airlines has apologized to to professional basketball players bore kicked off a plane in dallas after a flight attendant accused them of stealing blankets memphis hustle guard markings teague and forward troas on borrow boarded a flight bound for suit falls south dakota on sunday at dallasfort worth international airport now two first class passengers apparently gave the players their blankets as they headed to their seats in coach bought a flight attendant accused them of theft enforce them off the plane the airline says a manager apologize to the players and that they later flew first class to sioux falls why are these two guys sitting in a coach in the first place there nba basketball players they're like seven foot too i mean if anybody is going to be sitting in first class you would think it extremely wealthy guys who have very long legs and for some reason i guess they were relegated back to coach somebody in firstclass had given them a couple of blankets sand as flight attendants steps up and accuses them of stealing when you're aligned with american airlines anyway they say they ironed out the whole thing anyway in them all worked out right but i don't understand why it happened in the first place speaking of mystery it's reading here from fox news.

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"troas" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"troas" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"For me was psychologically being willing to do that when i was in like a business meeting of the kiss you want to know what the hell you're doing while your breathing so strangely but nonetheless it really helped calm me down and if you see me before i walk on stage always and forever every single time i've ever done it you can see me doing meditated breathing as they're doing the in troas for me so learning how to do that is really really critical and that brings me to the third thing which is to practise under pressure going from the sympathetic nervous system to the pera sympathetic nervous system so once i could visualize it and then i learned to meditate so that i could consciously slow myself down i needed to be able to do that in high pressure situations one of the things was in business that was often where i found at my anxiety was kicking up there were highstakes you know you're in a meeting where if you're able to convince people to do something it has a significant impact on the company and if you're not that has a negative impact on the company so using nose times and business to practice that became very very useful for me and that's where i began to develop this notion of all of life is but practice there is no performance and that was just a mental decision that i made no one thing i wasn't going to allow it to be performance i was going to always ensure that ice viewed it as practice and then the other thing that i've used is video games so firstperson shooters tend to put you in very stressful situations where it feels like their stakes but there's really no stakes in it doesn't matter if you're breathing funny com yourself down and also in that i realized that there's another part of coming your self down which is to be aware that everything is escalating and that it's spiking really fast which is one of the ways and anxiety bites who in the ass is this spikes really quickly and you don't have a chance to like use your meditative practices and everything to calm yourself down so i found that same thing was happening to me and firstperson shooter so it gave me a chance to practice over and over and over that as i felt that initial.

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"troas" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

Radical Personal Finance

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"troas" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

"In many ways there's no reason not to just get straight into it when somebody's listening to a podcast they've made an intentional choice to consume your podcast that means they've probably subscribed to your show they have information available to them in your episode title and so they have opportunities right there for them to to grasp what it's about and then you can bring the men as quickly as possible bring them right into the story in the neck case much of the time intro music etcetera i think it hurts where it doesn't hurt is if your show if you do just a minute tell people with the show is about a sentence a couple sentences i've struggled with us over time to figure on my shows about an and i'm probably 65 percent happy with my current intro turn in troas walking radic personal finance a show dedicated to providing you with knowledge skills insight and encouragement you need deliver rich in meaningful life now while building a a plan for financial freedom in ten years or less still little bit wordy but it honesty is really important to me and i want to make sure that people know my shows about a rich in meaningful live now in financial freedom so i could shorten it up and maybe i should but you want to have that clear communication and so if you can create a very craft a very clear statement the tells what your show is about of what your unique selling proposition is what is different than that should be what you should lead with but it should be short fine if it's voice over but make it short.

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"troas" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"troas" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"The past couple you should be doing and you should be discussing with your financial planner troas hit it let me get you a couple of emails hereby dan talic has been waiting for a while for this one i am an old white for insurance policy that i don't need with thirty four k in kashmir value should i cash it out or keep it um i i don't i don't know alex is a mutual company participating policy that you can pay dividends on is that because if if that's the case in and you're going to put that money into a bond fund or you going to put that money into a savings account no wi cash and out it's probably panya four or five percent of its participating dividend paying coming to japan for a long time with one of the majors if it's a non mutual company and most of them are stockholder companies now then you have to evaluate the you need the coverage and how much are you paying for that coverage versus how old you are and what's your potential internal rate of return for living if you need the money and dying upon death i don't know if you don't need the money you do the internal rate of return calculation and say well if i die add life expectancy it's an eight point six percent taxfree rate of return would you buy a eight point six percent taxfree munir today i would so i keep the policy now if you need the money to pay off seventeen percent credit card debt and that frees up an extra five hundred bucks a month or whatever plus the premiums that's a whole different story this is where financial planning becomes absolutely critical but i never advise someone to drop a life insurance policy unless they add an extensive conversation with a knowledgeable financial planner preferrably one that has experience in life insurance particular permanent life insurance policies and how they work it's a little too easy to say cash it out but that 34 grand free.

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"troas" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"troas" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

"Is supposed to do she's lucky it wasn't like a cia guy that was going to body slam her can you away because that's really what should happen she jumped up in troas face she wasn't supposed to be there to close but they say she had the now her life is ruined because she had to get leave bread merita part or whatever the crap that is the ship to lose she wants the breitbart she lost her gig regan she was moved gently it's like she was told they could add a somebody's face generally and now she's so traumatized she can't work somebody's into close to the president's or the elected president that we we may be electing very very soon sorry you got to be a body slam on you have to be get him away ever we we got people now that literally are stepping bombs themselves blown up up and watch near people like that and in fact what if she was a guy don't you think they probably would have happened of course so she was very lucky that she didn't cry baby while term they ever prosecuted her per per instead because that's when he got close to a guy who's running for president i think you'll know if it's against the law i think the thing is those anytime the secret service is on premise i think down the premises i think that's when things become really federal near you're not supposed to we've talked about this before way you can't protest inside of a place that the secret service is that it's a federal laws but weird federal laws you're not supposed to do it so something like this you get a little too close it could be a big to some the guy didn't like grabber and throw it to the ground now we didn't he literally moved her aside any stop didn't even really will recited just kind of grab her arm gently really stop there from getting any closer to try to exactly he does as i'm glad that they're not gonna it was at the court decided not to do this a needle was nurse he's looking for her for the press now the prosecutor just aside the not press charges but the mission deals and paid off i adored annoyed with me by the way is asking.

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"troas" Discussed on Download

Download

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"troas" Discussed on Download

"Videos what these people consume rains eto a using that as a vehicle verses of reading a review is more effective i also do wonder if there's the the face idd known how do you explain that in words and he's interesting that pretty much everybody that did at in a more traditional tech review had videos in there or with masks and beards and no beards and tweens and ever if not so video obviously was a big part of very eu process for everybody da ever part though as i thought about it more is are we seeing a change because there is a bigger change indy industry ending the population and these just happened to be for that 10 base something that we will see more of going forward obviously of any is a very important product for apple right and they want to get the broadest available audience so they want to reach out to it but going forward maybe it is that the people that they want to reach are more interested in a net youtube than they are reading at magazine or even a blog on online and that's the bigger picture longterm the ever part that i do wonder and this is totally and kaunda speculative on my side as it was visit last lastminute feng specifically in response to the bloomberg article about face id and how there have been some changes in now in how a thorough d testing of face adiwoso r ram maybe deep the possibility of lowering at the the accuracy of it to get a higher healed at production and that clearly was something that apple fell strongly about 'cause they had somebody commented on it seini was in troas and they don't do that very often so i wonder if that on and having that par specifically on video to show it did work was maybe something that they felt they needed to do this is a big thing it is not a gimmick ray is not just for many ever vendors face id or or some sort of biometric is fair bit.

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"troas" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"troas" Discussed on WCTC

"The holland tunnel on a daily basis of course a big event involving a fire of fire that happened there on friday night and day it's going to hamper things there for a while going to give you the latest on that coming up in just a few moments we do have our contest that we got three contests that i will be giving away prices every hour this morning here on jersey central the first prize that we're going to do a little bit later on here in the 6 o'clock hour is four an event that is coming to state theater new jersey really really cool stuff will give you all the information on that in just a bit of that will be the first of our three prices again we'll have prizes a every hour here on wctc now let me just give you the in troas first on this gridlock warning for the holland tunnel if you use that on a daily basis to get to and from the city officials warning drivers the road work outside of the holland tunnel is very likely to cause a gridlock like conditions at least for this week and possibly even beyond this is on little route one thirty nine you probably seen the sun china which is real root which is ruined thirty nine while one thirty nine is it's basically the road that connects the holland tunnel to some very very heavily traveled roads in jersey namely 78 the turnpike and one in nine all those roads all converge in jersey city thereby the holland tunnel and they all go to this poor little route one thirty nine who we rely very very heavily on that's the road that actually connects right to the yeah the holland tunnel repairs began there was a fire on friday that by that damage support beams underneath a highway some of the lanes of reopened port authority department of transportation are warning commuters is should expect a tough commute for the ride home this afternoon and for anybody i use that really any time of the day i expect some some problems there are the fire causing significant restrictions on the ramp that leads to the turnpike kennedy boulevard and of course a route one thirty nine as well support structures on three of.

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"troas" Discussed on Stance

Stance

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"troas" Discussed on Stance

"What we did was we with her permission with we sort of knocked on slated but changed their characters to indian characters because sometimes certain american step doesn't relate with the indians you know we have a bus in troas certain grew a modest chin note of gujarat the autoparts see you don't leave jin ganic when i think every single personal gums empathizes with addict us the first performance uh we had this eighty atl man who came up to me and he said that he was so glad to be alive in at this point in india's history where a plea like this could be performed and accepted by the audience what would you say as some of the unique issues around sexuality that affect indiaspecific will india's abedi a depressed and the regressive country has five is six schools don't even woods sake sometimes did not allow dudes wounds led i find most jockey because beekeeper government books outside you know once the plays over and people had written that this should be a box of the curriculum in schools and colleges for our young people to do i understand the sexuality of women not even men near not rule display in a he say it's really about preston conservatives say it's attitudes towards sex we talked about precolonial end the erez in the path of the comments dry on sexual liberation how do you how do you feel that it's changed since colonial times where life the voter happened was when the british came to india deep rotor long queen victoria you know so ideas about sakes in sexuality and so we became abedi repress society before that you know we've got to dimmed boos that dedicated to six should set six in sexuality i mean.

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"troas" Discussed on Amazing Business Radio with Shep Hyken

Amazing Business Radio with Shep Hyken

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"troas" Discussed on Amazing Business Radio with Shep Hyken

"Thousand customers that guy mas customer service so anyway these days murphy's focus on creating better experiences for contact center agents no and i think again i want to emphasize even though we're going to be talking about contact centers in agents this applies to a company that has any relationship with a customer at all if you've got somebody in your company that has direct contact with the customer or maybe you've got an office with 1500 supports in a reps this is an episode you're going to want to listen to ladies and gentleman welcome murph cry 'sky how are you murphy i'm great shed thank you very much that the that was the lofty in troas and have to work hard to live up to that all may i just wanna make your mom proud that's the goal we make mom proud everybody's happy so how many calls do you think you had with customers over the years take a guess all man a so that i've i've never actually tried to quantify it i've i've nowhere near a quarter of a million certainly um i mean thousand them in multiple thousands of course uh in varying stages in some of it is as simple as a help desk call and some of it is you know frontline customer service where you've got someone who's sort of pre angered getting on the phone with you and those are those are tricky situation pre angered that's a that's a word you must have made up i i think i did just now on the fly bringer all right so sharpen uh lets you know sharpen c x dot com that's the website and by the way in a moment we're gonna talk about the gift that you're going to give us which is really nice because i'm holding in my hand right here this unbelievable um i'm call it or white paper report it's a pretty cool thing we'll talk about that but tell us quickly what the sharpened do.

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"troas" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"troas" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Hustle i don't don't let yourself get to defeat it you know you're gonna have plenty of failures to not as so many failures beyond that moment but i think you know just kind of acknowledging your winds and counting your winds and document upkeep gone out if you're seeing progress um keep going ahead you're gonna have failures greece's look at the moment let's not about one of the greatest ideas you've had to date i mean obviously to start this company was wine we talked about some content marketing ideas but what's a great story around one of these are hamam you can tell us right now i think a big big aha moment was in the sense of feeling like wow this is really going to do something in our thank before that it was like okay i've got this business i'm travelling around kinda during the digital nomad thing alike backtracking i've got a backpacking product it's paying the bills this is fond but head of the real aha moment that i had something that could really turn into something big um was i actually wrote a book and this past winter around december timeframe a about that was in troas called how to hiked that pollution trails like a guidebook too um everything from planning to in all you need to execute the speak sixmonth pike um in in a prior to that book the only thing i have been doing was selling green belly um on so i had an email list i had traffic to the website cut a built up this slow growing business and here i was with this new idea to launch of a book.

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"troas" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"troas" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"In easter morning worship christ is risen you heard a month ago but have you had to go to the cemetery in the last month and lay a loved one to arrest how hollow our chest how deep our pain and how far away seem the splendours of easter worship when the family circle has been broken by death christ is risen and easter promises heaven to us where perfect love and friendship rain through all eternity now a month later we wonder why can't we rid ourselves of the bitterness and envy that make us enemies of one another employs in our relationships perfect love and friendship rain may be in heaven but not now the flower really has fallen off the easterly christ is risen and therefore he is alive to hear our prayers so we take our family problems to him and then wait for something good good to happen and we wait and we await and we wait our experiences do not seem to be in sync with these twer experienced christ is risen so what that's not a sacrilegious question if we ask it humbly god must be delighted this is what the lord says in isaiah 45 i am the lord and there is no other i have not spoken privately or in some dark corner of the world i did not say to jacobs descendants search for me in vain god does have answers for the disparity between the promised peace and tranquility of heaven and the war zone that you sometimes find in your own home the answer begins by understanding that easter is not over it wasn't a month ago easter is now that's what sunday church services are all about every sunday worship service is a celebration of jesus resurrection from the dead here's the historical explanation for what i just said the new testament did not change the sabbath from saturday to sunday jews who became christians continued to observe the sabbath but they along with a gentle christians who had not normally kept the sabbath began to gather on sundays asked twenty tells us that the christians in troas met on sunday for preaching and four communion revelation 110 tells us that sunday was also called the lord's day these gatherings on sunday were in honor of christ's resurrection which had happened obviously on sunday easter sunday worship serve this is on sunday on the lord's day ira continuing celebration of the fact that our savior has conquered sin and death when you participate in worship when you join in the continuing celebration of easter you.

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"troas" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"troas" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Had with them but also to warn them am of what would happen when he was gone now the life and ministry of the apostle paul is moving to its conclusion he's in his final missionary swing he's leaving europe for the final time this will be the last time that these people will ever see paul until they reunite with them again in heaven so the information that we're about the look at here in this chapter of acts is interesting it's important but let's also remember is inspired by god and in these versus there are two final travel moves that paul makes first of all he travels from troas to malate us in versus thirteen to sixteen now according diverse thirteen polls team they were going to get out of bald and they were going to just get on the shipping travel from throw asked to assassin apparently this paul decided i want my team to collectively travel by jeff but i wanna privately walk the trip from troas to a sauce is about twenty miles it's a thirty mile trip if you go by sea as twenty miles if you go by foot is a good coastal road that runs along the coast there of the a g n from troas to assassinate a fall took off walking at seven or eight in the morning he could easily be in a sauce by by midafternoon paul apparently wanted some privacy and some solitude he just wanted to get away from everybody for a while so he said i just like to walk alone thomas walker said every christian worker needs at times solitude and quiet no i am certain that has paul walked the law on that 20mile hike he personally reflected on all the got it done with his life on these missionary trips in fact it will become evident that later in this chapter that he was reminiscent of a bit about what got it done with them and i'll gutted used them in various ministries some great churches have been established he'd met some wonderful people who are very special to his life along the way who had stood with them helped him supported him so this must have been a very personal quiet reflect the walk according to bruce fourteen when paul got to assassinate met up with this team and they got.

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"troas" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"troas" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"Does sit down a room with kristaps and just have a session where they can talk out there issues both sides can hear each other out i don't know how much common ground they was fine i don't know how much that would do to mediate their their relationship in their differences but just i think getting in a room at some point would benefit the situation it hasn't happened yet i would think though that it happened at some point this this often is there any update on charles oakley situation i am fairly certain he tries to take that's a trial like where where it is that stan amino this is a basketball but come on this a former guy was big seen animas g do you have any idea were that stands is legal process yes so they are scheduled to go to trial on august fourth i believe it is no charles had an opportunity to um have the charges tannock go away by agreeing to flee down to a lesser charge and if he stayed out of trouble i certain amount of time and complied uh i forget what exactly the the agreement was but i think it was um complying to an agreement where wouldn't allow him anywhere near the garden i certainly meant a period of time if you were to agree to that then the charges would have been dropped that what that's what was put in troas is that a few weeks ago he said i wanna accept this i wanna take this trout so if there's no agreement leading up to this trial on august four then you know we could have another messy situation on our hands where nick employees are called to the witness stand to testify about the is open the incident and other things around the this organization and you know charles oakley would also probably be on the witness stand in this trousers charles wants to take the next two crowley wants to.

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