25 Burst results for "Twelve Thirteen Years Old"

Big Hands (MM #3772)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 10 months ago

Big Hands (MM #3772)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation for as long as I can remember. If people looked at me and told me I had big hands. I always had very long slender fingers, of course, I got bigger hands, didn't change size. Well, they actually have the other day. I was with my nephew. He's getting ready to play freshman basketball this year and we were talking about basketball and looked at his hands. I said, can you Palm a basketball where you pick up the bass with one hand, and hold it out? Like, the big NBA players do, and he walked over to his bag, picked up the basket ball, and palmed it and handed it over to me. I used to be able to do that. I tried to do that the other day and couldn't so I'm wondering did my finger shrinkage did my Palms shrink? What happened here? I've been able to Palm a basketball since I was about twelve. Thirteen years old but the hands at the same size, any more? I realize there's no use for palming a basketball with my age and you don't play basketball anymore. But I wonder what happened. I know we kind of shrink sometimes in size as we get older. But what happened to my hands? I've never noticed it before and I was actually rather shocked. Something's Happened to me, I don't know what it is dead.

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Big Hands (MM #3772)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 10 months ago

Big Hands (MM #3772)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation for as long as I can remember. If people looked at me and told me I had big hands. I always had very long slender fingers, of course, I got bigger hands, didn't change size. Well, they actually have the other day. I was with my nephew. He's getting ready to play freshman basketball this year and we were talking about basketball and looked at his hands. I said, can you Palm a basketball where you pick up the bass with one hand, and hold it out? Like, the big NBA players do, and he walked over to his bag, picked up the basket ball, and palmed it and handed it over to me. I used to be able to do that. I tried to do that the other day and couldn't so I'm wondering did my finger shrinkage did my Palms shrink? What happened here? I've been able to Palm a basketball since I was about twelve. Thirteen years old but the hands at the same size, any more? I realize there's no use for palming a basketball with my age and you don't play basketball anymore. But I wonder what happened. I know we kind of shrink sometimes in size as we get older. But what happened to my hands? I've never noticed it before and I was actually rather shocked. Something's Happened to me, I don't know what it is dead.

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Big Hands (MM #3772)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 10 months ago

Big Hands (MM #3772)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation for as long as I can remember. If people looked at me and told me I had big hands. I always had very long slender fingers, of course, I got bigger hands, didn't change size. Well, they actually have the other day. I was with my nephew. He's getting ready to play freshman basketball this year and we were talking about basketball and looked at his hands. I said, can you Palm a basketball where you pick up the bass with one hand, and hold it out? Like, the big NBA players do, and he walked over to his bag, picked up the basket ball, and palmed it and handed it over to me. I used to be able to do that. I tried to do that the other day and couldn't so I'm wondering did my finger shrinkage did my Palms shrink? What happened here? I've been able to Palm a basketball since I was about twelve. Thirteen years old but the hands at the same size, any more? I realize there's no use for palming a basketball with my age and you don't play basketball anymore. But I wonder what happened. I know we kind of shrink sometimes in size as we get older. But what happened to my hands? I've never noticed it before and I was actually rather shocked. Something's Happened to me, I don't know what it is dead.

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"twelve thirteen years old" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

08:24 min | 1 year ago

"twelve thirteen years old" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Have enough height okay. Needed a dome. And i live with this thing like putting on a plate. Hundred eleven on. It wasn't deep enough to accommodate in a certain spot after living and then it would get net for the outdoors outdoor picnic. You're preserving moisture. Let's yes it gets schwartz all over it and after about six years i. It's always i said. Don't they make ones that are higher than this. Where the handles don't don't push in come out like tabs and sure enough. They're all over the place and their dollar ninety nine and i was making a the tallboy soup bowl in there today and i put the thing over it just today and i thought the old one would have been teetering on top of it with the handle inside plastic handle inside the soup and i just thought this is so much better and it's something. I use every single day and multiple times a day and it was under three dollars. Walk around your life and figure that out and not by bentley through this we've endured six years of teetering dome and didn't realize you didn't have to do that. Well in my mind. I bought a microwave. Who were hawking right right. I needed a better microwave with hover an pox to those who designed this one. What they really need is something shy of a time machine that can take the burnt popcorn odor. Out of your micro 'cause at a certain point. That's you've got to chuck the whole unit. You gotta you gotta you gotta wash tomato juice. You have to draw of tomato juice family got hit by skunks and just bury at noon it. It's like a skunk made of cat p. Yeah the most smell you can down put together into a thing. Yeah the smallest we ever came up with which is on hobo power which is a unit of stink measurement. Everyone's headphones just went out dawson. We still according. Yeah we are too. Something sounds weird headphones. I the i decided. A fifty and hobo power was a cat that was fed nothing but blue cheese. I three weeks defecating on a white hot hibachi. Oh yes plume yes loom. That came off of that was was a fifty. That was my jumping off point for that was the middle point on my hobo. My units of stink. My friends rescued a cat. And somehow it pest into their stove top and that was the end of the stove. Yeah that was the end of the stove. you're done. Yeah when when the microwave when you forget about the microwave bag that explodes in there and burns all the kernels. That smell can only be removed by taking One of my golden nugget deuces low boy cap and letting it let let nature take its course max. Von sydow has to come to your house and clean your mike all right We got some phone calls and things you tell you what inventions i go right here with our tickies. My skiing with my daughter earlier this year And my daughter. Twelve years old says they should invent a ski glove with a pocket inside the palm to put the hand warming pattern Yeah and i'm on the mound going. Where rich and never followed it up right but odd this. If if no one gets to that by the time i taught on down to the patent yeah story also jock straps with a pocket front pocket for arctic ease pads. So you're never afraid so if you're twelve thirteen years old and you don't wanna get called to the blackboard. Right ryan said about nine forty five in the morning. You're you're good to go. Yeah a nice coal comcast on the junk you're going to blackboard with a clear conscience confidence and that's literally boehner easy boehner especially the advent of sweatpants. Aw the the impact of sweat pants on the amount of american boys were not properly doing math problems. Now is yeah jaw-dropping. There should be two things i don't i don't wanna crack. You would just take the arctic ease rap. And i would just wrap my dog straight. No tape to my lake so holster injure known everyone should do ever everybody. Every every parent impossibly grandparent listening to me garden. Should or guardian should Take a quick tasteful just photograph of them having intercourse with the parents with with each other with with a partner with partner with the mom or the dad or the grandmother whoever the parent guardian whoever that is and just give a little wallet size when the guy hits the seventh grade and just go look. I don't want you show this your friends. And i don't want you to dwell on it but if you do get called up to the chalkboard and you're going commando quick pan. You got the air jordan. Sweatpants on quick. Just a quick peek. This you know what i mean. Every day he'll take their. It'll go the other way it'll high in your astle doesn't and then you have a world and we have to have that conversation took comfortable but important seven but i remember like a adam sandler used to always just wear sweatpants like i. I don't i'm i was born. Forty eight years. you know. i'm not gonna. I'm not gonna walk around in sweat pants right unless i'm home and i would think like are you just have like mind control over. Your boehner does Does anybody. I will tell you the move at least in the genes. That works impossibly sweatpants as well. What work what. Part of what creates the spontaneous and unwanted. Boehner is it presses against it and sort of like the forementioned cat rubbing up against your skin. It's when you start pressing. It starts pressing harder. That's it's a sort of battle equal that goes on make one move. It's a quick move slide. It you gotta pull it and you got to tuck it up against your bali. Get going now. Don't let it hang out. Pass your belt because people think well. What if you pull your pants down any lower than your knees even either way you pull it up a doesn't have anything to press against. It's going the wrong way. The bloodiest drains that back back out of it. It'll it'll kill bone pretty quick one more thing on this on this line of questioning. I know you've got business to do. I was thinking it's sort of the same line about the photos of your parents. People who make their own sex videos is there. Nothing else on the really. You think lack of choice that is a level of narcissism. That is why not. Why not film yourself dumping if now there better even if you just want to watch people there are better people to watch the news. There are professionals now. I but i feel the same way with the guys who got a brew their own beer like the hit off. A sam adams. Their sierra nevada. Go oh damn somebody. Can somebody a blade. That i need to name brew right now. I can drink it. You go to fucking trader. Joe's there's two hundred varieties of beer all better than what you could. Yeah you don't have to wait for the ferment. Fermentation and i've had roommates. Where it's like you hear the explosion in the middle of the night because the five gallon bucket went off in the kitchen and took out part of the ceiling. And it's like for seven dollars you can get the best stuff on the planet. Do better you want beer. Like this is going to be great and six months jay. Leno joke about how you could make apple pie with rich crackers..

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"twelve thirteen years old" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"twelve thirteen years old" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"Hi sean how are you. I'm still dealing with the math. But you know hearing about this. My first grader. Hasn't mentioned any of this but i completely disagree with something like that being taught at school. You know these kids go to or do you even want to say no he. He's not in that district. But you know. I wouldn't be surprised. If that comes direction. With the way things are going over here In upstate new york. But it's appalling. I think kids need to be taught at that age. You know when you're older that's one thing because you have some families like i grew up. My parents really never talked about that kind of stuff. So i did learn stuff. It's cool but i was also thirteen twelve thirteen years old seven and eight. That's ridiculous. I mean these kids are already confused. And that's with common core math. And now you wanna start labeling all these different ball parts and what does this and what does that and oh you know if you know if you wanna touch yourself at sign like. I'm sorry. I'm just not on board with that at all. I and i know about six year old kids here. Yeah even talking about teenagers and even then frankly it's the parents job if the if the schools cage reading writing and math now why would we trust them with sex. Ed o i. I agree completely. It is not something at that age that needs to be discussed at all at school math and reading. That should be the focus. You know jim art. How about blend be kids while they can still be kids. There's lots of times and you know even with the transgender stuff. You know i have friends that are gay and lesbian. And i support the but i don't support children being allowed to wanna say transgender or this and that at such a young age because you know the brain isn't even developed. The front of the brain isn't developed. I'm thinking too late. You know early late teens early twenties and to make those kinds of decisions you know. Where are we going. Are they going to try to incorporate more pushing off this transgender. I mean we've got pdf but now has a kid show like a drag queen. Show something like that. I think it was some kind of something. I don't know but i you know the place that home is for parents. If they wanna you know. Tell their kids had. This is what this is called or this is what that is called. That's their business. Don't they have like an opt in policy where parents after school wanna op their kids into curriculum. At least they get an opportunity to learn what the curriculum is. Maybe they're uncomfortable talking about such topics with their kids and if they want the school to do it and the kids want they want to opt the kids in. And i'm always spend the rest of the day on the basics. I think that's a fair compromise. If that is i i agree. It should be an option. it out air. I had kids. I'd opt out staying here. It should be you know my child my choice. It goes for a lot of things you know and I'm not on board with children at that age being taught that kind of information. I don't blame you. I really don't thank you julie. All right you've tried it all. It's not getting better. you don't sleep. Well which makes you irritable on edge all day. Then there are other days. When you're just down nothing feels good. Nothing feels right. It's not your fault..

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"twelve thirteen years old" Discussed on Pop-Punk & Pizza

Pop-Punk & Pizza

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"twelve thirteen years old" Discussed on Pop-Punk & Pizza

"It's the reason that i wanted to know in a full band again because we used to always play with each other when we were like twelve thirteen years old and then managing started doing like acoustic gigs. But we always had the edge to get a full band back together. Now we're all older. We could play up bars and whatnot At around that time. I was listening to lot of years. story so far state champs And then i think what happened was. We tried to write music like that. And then the more rewrote the more. We just kinda wrote stuff. That wasn't that. And i think it just instead of fighting it we kind of just let it happen and ended up where we are now that that is that is the key right there. is is not fighting that and just letting it letting it flow you know not stopping it and being like this doesn't sound like the story so far. That's not what i wanted to ask you. Gotta you gotta break a break past that point and find find your sound and it sounds like you guys are constantly working on that which is awesome. Yeah i think at this point we even. Would you say i would just say that we were coming up with lake lady said not buying. We didn't just like now fight like we kind of leaned into a lot of the stuff we were writing just came so like not easy but it was an easier process than it was. Try trying right. We have some songs that we've never released that were more pop punk songs and the songs that we put out in the songs that we thought were good. We're much more along the lines of what we did in than those pop punk songs cop weren't they weren't us a lot comes back to nick. Yeahs saying it's this really you guys really pop off. Yeah we have a lot of that to the first hour..

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"twelve thirteen years old" Discussed on I Confess I'm a Geek!

I Confess I'm a Geek!

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"twelve thirteen years old" Discussed on I Confess I'm a Geek!

"That really does annoy me not got consoles here them. It got one. Super nintendo. here is not and there was not connected to the internet in but it's How old is it thirty years. Old still works still works fine and in fact if you broke tomorrow i could get it fixed because there's enough bits out there to fix it. I couldn't fix it. But i could get it fixed. It really does annoy me when things break any fix them. And i'm sure you must have examples guys out there of things that you've had to throw away because there's nowhere fixing not because they're so badly broke and you can't fix and because you just can't either get into them or you just get spares man. I'm going through a phase. I'm so being out. I put classics. So if i found a bit of a above average go quite good at age based eis or by owed ipods. Refurbish them big. New bits. Sticking nam an st upgrade and and resell them basically so Decorate bits machinery. They're getting their twelve thirteen years old. get some absolutely mashed ones. I mean they've been through over twenty times. The battery swollen displays smashed the back screens back. Covers dented front ones gouged. The headphones down work but usually do break. A few usually can get them back to life and then with a new cover new back new patrie refurbished headphone assembly new screen. I can get them backing to look good. As new to be honest with the st card upgrade. The battery lasts longer Music on because i grade and two two five six gig so it just goes to show. Isn't it something things and people knock apple but you can still fix apple products oven. I know some of the new ones bit more impossible. I certainly wouldn't night to attempt to fix a new phone. I know it's possible. Because he put on youtube. And i have in the past fixed an ipad screen and put an ssd in mac fixed an iphone screen. This has gone back to iphone five. Maybe even four wasn't easy. But i did it an remember. The old iphone four. You could actually change the back. Really easy nagai's to get some of those from china like colored ones and then you could do a couple of screw slider off a new one on and got a new back. Your iphone. yeah i hate. I hate built in obsolescence. Listen to this.

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"twelve thirteen years old" Discussed on True You!

True You!

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"twelve thirteen years old" Discussed on True You!

"I was doing this exam and I remember it so vividly she was asking me these bizarre questions and telling me to make puzzles and you know, the what is now known as the ADHD test and I I was aware of it and I didn't even understand why I just know that it was she was she it made me uncomfortable, you know, and so I get them Boozled did he sort of trick you into this a little bit? Oh, yeah completely. I I got I got tricked into going and getting getting a diagnosis for something. I had no idea existed. Oh, that's actually funny dog. I really I think I think it was by twelve thirteen years old that I really you know, my parents told me. Hey look then you're going to be different. So that was that was a great thing to learn when I was told years old. Okay, so I wonder what it was. I mean for one thing it does speak to some of the stigma that's attached to ADHD. Now you were older but how so you would have been how old at that point when I first got diagnosed or when I first started realizing the Stigmata simulation when you went through that exam quote unquote. What what how old were you at that point 12? Yeah, that exam was around 12 so prior to seventh grade, I would say sure and what were your parents seeing Looking Back Now or having had conversations with your parents since then, what did they see that made them say, this is not good. We need to get some testing done. Oh my God, where how long do we have here is a real question. I was now looking bath. But in hindsight, I can see that I was very hyperactive. I was very impulsive and that's the type of ADHD. I have I have a combination type which means not only hyperactive but also took a tentative. So I was I was the I was the package deal quote on quote, you know, so I was I might have been a little bit too impulsive..

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Vita Coco: Michael Kirban

How I Built This

05:38 min | 1 year ago

Vita Coco: Michael Kirban

"Remember that kid in high school who was weirdly interested in business who had almost no interest in going to college or starting a traditional career, but was determined to start something on their own. You might have snickered about them or even ruled your eyes or maybe that kid was you. Well, that kid was also Michael. Kurban. Michael had the benefit of watching his dad pursue a bunch of different business ideas including ideas that failed but the specter failure never worried him. He knew from a very early age that it's part of the game that you gotta take big swings, which means you will also strike out a lot. And the biggest swing Michael would take would be for Vita. Coco you've probably seen their familiar Tetra Pak boxes of coconut water in pretty much every convenience store. In the early two thousands when Michael was trying to launch the brand New York City, he was pretty confident that coconut water would take off at the time most people who bought coconut water were immigrants from places like Vietnam India, the Caribbean and Latin America. But Michael had a hunch that coconut water could compete with sports drinks like gatorade. Now. At the exact same moment someone else had these same exact hunch. It would become a product known as Zico and so what happened and what you will hear is a story about a war, the coconut water wars of the early two thousands a war was sabotaged subterfuge dirty tricks, and eventually a pretty decent outcome for both parties. Today by COCO is the biggest brand of coconut water in the US. It has about forty percent market share but it would take a lot of time and a lot of obstacles to get there. Michel grew up in Connecticut and when he was nine his parents split up it was amicable. But while Michael, sister chose to live with their mom Michael Decide to stay with their dad. My Mom Got Custody I. Think my dad gave my mom custody and my dad was actually packing his things and preparing to leave the house and I packed my snoopy suitcase. Put It with all my dad's stuff and I remember my mom coming home and saying what's this and I said I'm moving in with dad she said. Okay Wow that's amazing. My mom ended up a few years later ended up moving into New York City so I'd spend weekends and city you know, and I still see her quite a bit but. Super Close with my dad. What did your parents do? When you were a kid. As a kid my dad was entrepreneur. My Dad always had businesses before him. My grandfather always had different businesses my grandfather same thing. So. I come from a long line of entrepreneurs I don't think there's a single male in my family who's graduated from college on both sides and. My Dad when I was young had a roller skating rink. which was awesome. In. Those were the successful days and then he had other businesses that weren't so successful and we went through periods of doing well and other periods of not doing so well and were those. Birthday party I had roller skating birthday party and four remember birthday parties and Church groups and youth group of and stuff like that. Happened there. Everybody I went to school with as a kid had their birthday party at the roller skating ring. So so good. So I got to go to all the parties whether I was invited or not. Yeah, and then as rollerskating kind of out and was now we'll thing anymore he turned the place into a rap concert hall. So I grew up one of twelve thirteen years old hanging out with beastie boys ll cool J. Kid it was really really cool experience. So he really pivoted because thinking that what happened roller skating it was great. It was like one day was there and then it was gone. Yeah it was a real fat. People stopped going and he pivoted very quickly and you know that works for a little bit of time and then just didn't work anymore. So in terms of school, how how was it for you? Was it hard was it easy where you good student? Not a good student school was really tough. I had several learning disabilities from attention deficit disorder to form of Dyslexia as I got into high school they. Me and by diagnosing me, they put me in what we used to refer to as Romper. Room. which was. Half the day in normal classes and half the day in basically special ed it was a room with me and other kids who. Many of which had more complicated issues than I had. I knew I was very late in reading and math was really hard for me and I had a clear goal and that goal was to get cs and. Get as close to passing as possible. And that was always the objective and I always knew that would be successful in whatever I did. But why did you know that? I don't know I just felt because even then right even though I was in these classrooms I was still. Successful in things that I wanted to do you know I was not the best athlete but I worked hard and you know I was able to. Play ball and it wasn't the best. I definitely wasn't a good student but I was able to get by and I, just I just had this confidence from an early

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"twelve thirteen years old" Discussed on Riders Lounge Podcast

Riders Lounge Podcast

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"twelve thirteen years old" Discussed on Riders Lounge Podcast

"In phrased. I'll say there will pretty serious world team. Well Well Tame was on holidays. I'll we get to ride indoors. Wind a rain snow. Happy dies That was probably just Maya attitude. Oh yeah well. She strike from California's probably no win. No Rain and money. Wise fucking wed lined on him as well. As Empty Mate Angle microphones gone down for second dehydrate. All lovely bit. Serious people series is time Jamie Squibb the English Freestyle Rawda. That's a completely kettle different. Kettle of fish Bicycling widow come from. And why here at the age of thirty seven still so excited to ride a motorbike infra somatic job. If you could give me some answers not I'd love to know Start at just growing up in Devon on the fom with mom and dad and my sister Madame Road. Bikes still does ride bikes So when I was in nappies so like two three years old twelve thirteen years old like I would sit in the petrol tank and grab hold the middle of the balls and my dad would ride up and down the field on his. Get an also. Did you ever hear them? Not yet? Is.

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"twelve thirteen years old" Discussed on Out of the Blocks

Out of the Blocks

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"twelve thirteen years old" Discussed on Out of the Blocks

"Clean up this mess cleanup that meth before you could work on greasy and dirty but learned a lot and it was interesting and he was born orange the important with a high He only had a a sixth grade education he went to work in the theater. As a projectionist was it was twelve. Thirteen years old. The reason he had to quit school was he had a younger brother and sister that he had to help take care of. And what have you. And he says was really tough and bad. He said he had a little breakdown wagon and he'd go out and walk the railroad tracks and pick up and take back. Burn for heat eight. He went from being a like a teenage projectionist helping to pay for his family's budget to an entrepreneur who owned ended up owning fifteen movie theatres. Yeah he did. And they were all in coal camps basically They did what they called bicycling film by down. Would you bring a movie in and you showed this Seder here. And then once it showed there and everybody's seen it. They moved it to the other theater and they moved the new in here so one movie when around for fifteen weeks to all Tho- what they call it the circuit you take one out you put a new one and they all despite circle. When did you officially go out of business first of January?.

"twelve thirteen years old" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"twelve thirteen years old" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"One twelve thirteen years old or whatever so I might buy like a ten year how long was a policy that that guy collegiate one ninety two that was twenty years at seven fifty am actually got the break down here day from the same company so if you want to talk and they did two fifty five hundred and seven fifty ten years of two fifty would be fifty dollars a month let's do that I knew a ball yeah and right now I've just got to me and my wife we we were married in two thousand so you know we've got course the whole life insurance policy within No any better they were fifty thousand dollar policy to peace and I think the cash value of them for about nineteen hundred of peace and I just I would hold those because you're not insurable all jurors I would hold her rich but our whole jurors and dump even if I can get this other in place you want me to hold maybe not maybe not because if you get in on that yet not Polara the about three hundred and two fifty and dump the whole life yeah that's a good point let's do that and and I'm doing the three hundred with you getting mortgage life in the mortgage life is cheaper because I think it's gonna be okay price it call your mortgage I'm so do you sell life insurance on the the pays off the mortgage it's call customer customer service there probably show it to you right there on the phone and it's probably cheaper per hundred thousand than what you're getting quoted if it's not if it's not just by another hundred of that let's do four hundred and okay because you can afford it it's just a matter what the value is not with your medical condition it you know like if you have a cancer diagnosis and then your cancer free the number of years your cancer free makes you first insurable and then make sure even insurable or better rates so is there a is there a distance or is this a chronic condition well we're just going to get are you gonna be more insurable five years from now yes yes this was on cancer day this was a some stuff in my history with some alcohol so yeah that's going to get shot yeah but what I'm being told if you stay sober then you keep your sobriety implies and the and you know and you get five years under your belt that's gonna that's gonna be a whole different world right and in five years almost and be well enough along we we shouldn't need a whole lot more insurance exactly yep but but you might be able to buy the exact same amount for half what you're paying five years from now correct all my wife we were looking to dump the whole life and get her some sort of term yeah they did that in the house I want to ask you on a real quick it was a hundred thousand dollar face amount it's going to figure out for her to twenty one dollars a month she is a smoker so he said that this is a renewable term every year now and you don't want to do that manual do annual renewal terms not gonna be the cheapest you can go back to Xander owners you're gonna have the available yeah you get a better deal there you want you want to go heading just going get a fifteen year level fixed on her don't need twenty because the kids are old enough they're gonna be growing gone Brian point is when are you going to have enough money be debt free in the kids are gone those are your three variables to becoming a self insured and you're gonna have this house paid for making a hundred sixty eight cars will be paid for the kids are gonna be growing on in ten years really I mean but so I wouldn't be more than a fifteen on these that'll give you plenty of time on both of them and you know that's the the I I think you're thinking perfectly honest I completely agree the yes side I would drop her whole life I'd run to Xander for hers I pick up the the three hundred or four hundred depending on how it compares out with the mortgage life on you as a ten year are I would reconsider all of this in five years and look and see where you are how much you need but you're you're considerably underinsured but given your situation and what it costs that's what I personally would do if I were in your shoes I think your what what will make sure does your wife and kids okay and they're gonna be okay they're not gonna be like swimming in money but they're gonna be okay with what were outlining here it because they'd be a hundred percent debt free she makes fifty thousand a year she got a couple teenagers and and she's got three hundred grand in our pocket I should be okay for you make it on that it's not ideal but it it's it's pretty good so good question thank you for calling in appreciate getting walk with you on this open phones at triple eight eight two five five two two five check with Zander insurance if you're thinking after that call I need to get a quote it's quick it's easy takes about thirteen seconds and you will get a full rundown and some of the quote services you have to be where online they take your name and sell it you'll get emails from forty three different people to give you quotes that will drive you bananas the center and do any of that they've got the whole engine built right there on their software to do the search and so they'll just trying to search out and it'll pop up there of the different companies and what they charge that Xander can sell for you in your situation and again we recommend ten to twelve times your income on fifteen.

Chandler school district pulls sex-ed lessons from 5th and 6th-grade classrooms

Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes

01:10 min | 2 years ago

Chandler school district pulls sex-ed lessons from 5th and 6th-grade classrooms

"Okay channel unified school district where my daughter goes to school got it they have decided to drop the sex ed classes for fifth and sixth graders household apologize again how eleven twelve thirteen okay and okay so when you start talking about sex ed for eleven twelve thirteen year old I can because it makes me a little income but what you look at the curriculum of this it's not about to help too it is a you what your body is going through got it because at that age your body's going through a lot and while I think it's super important for parents to have those conversations with their kids did your parents have a conversation with you about how your body was changing burst give it would be a no right exactly still waiting for mine didn't either okay I don't know that a lot of parents are more walk today than our parents were on this kind of stuff but there's still a huge percentage of those out there that aren't having these conversations so kids getting some of this information from school is a good thing and as a parent of a fourth grader who has had a lot of these conversations I'd love for the school to enhance it what it is I'm

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Dr. Aldon D. Morris Discuss History of Sociology Pertaining to Black America

In Black America

09:08 min | 2 years ago

Dr. Aldon D. Morris Discuss History of Sociology Pertaining to Black America

"John Leo Hinton Junior and welcome to another edition up in black miracle on news leaks program Doctor Alden. Moore's professor of Sociology and African American Studies at Northwestern University and president elect of the American Sociological Issue Logical Association in Black America. Many of the early white sociologists were actually quite racist and they preached that that in in many ways that black people were inferior and therefore they deserve to be at the bottom of the society because of their meager talents and intellect. So they did not pay much attention to the horrific Jim Crow period period of slavery. And so on. And so what that means is that the factors like oppression and Discrimination and Terence fourth and not bigger into their now about why black people face so much why they were and why they were at the bottom of society and And and this might be interesting you but the first to sociology books were actually written all race actually written by two I believe they were white. Mississippi and established in one thousand nine hundred. Five small group led by Lester. Ward William Grand something to Franklin Jennings and Albion small at a meeting any of the American Economic Association. The American Sociological Association held his first meeting the following year in Providence Rhode Island the membership in in one thousand nine hundred sixty two at one hundred fifteen for the first several decades the activities of the society or sending on publishing a journal holding an annual annual meeting and performing various administrative functions. Such as record keeping sending out communications and so forth and forty nine the first executive executive officer was appointed on a part time basis and in one thousand nine hundred sixty three. The Association established permanent headquarters in Washington. DC since the organization was founded. There has only been three African American presidents PRYATTA. More selection. Dr Al and Moore's will be the one hundred twelfth president of the American Sociological Association. He was served one year as president-elect and then become president of the Association in August Twenty Twenty he has taught at northwestern university. Since one thousand nine hundred ninety eight I was born and raised and Wyler Mississippi. Then I left and when I was twelve thirteen years old to and moved to Chicago and has lived in Chicago most of my life. I'm currently in in Chicago. Oh went to school and Peoria Illinois then I don't Long Island New York first job with the University of Michigan which has stayed about eight years and then I moved to North Western University. And I've been there ever since came to North Western in nineteen eighty eight idea about your childhood. Oh my childhood well. I was born in Jim Crow Mississippi. And I remember that I was just a boy I was six years old. When Emmett till was lynched He was lynched only about twenty miles. From where we we live. live with my grandparents and it had a tremendous impact on me and my generation. Some of us now refer to it as the Emmett till generation and I I remember going to the Colored School Having to sit on the back of buses Drink from Colored Water Fountains and do be be insulted and all kinds of ways especially my grandparents Were very strong people and I as a boy. I didn't understand why they were being called a boy aunt. And all of this kind of stuff so I experienced Jim Crow Racism in the heart of the South and Rural Mississippi. And then of course we were my mother and her siblings. Almost all of them have been part of the great migration and so they always lived in Chicago. Saint Louis and Milwaukee Detroit other places and so I as a little boy. I thought that The North was really really the promised land that they were really gold streets and milk and honey and all of that and so I also knew that I was going to come to Chicago once my elderly grandparents. It's passed and when they did. I was shocked with a double dose of new racism the the northern version. And so I you know I went to finished elementary school in Chicago. A went to community college and Chicago worked in factories in Chicago and And experienced a great deal love Racism and so on and Chicago of course This was the early seventy they sixties. The civil rights movement was still going on on the black power movement in particular was raging and so Also would assist that. They're the change could happen because I wouldn't have those movements and when I saw on television what was happening in the civil rights movement and all I. I grew up with a lot of hope. I thought we were going to change this thing. I had no idea that we would be where we are here. In the twenty thirty first century now you grew up in Chicago doing the radio station. WBO winds high days and allies Mohammed. And Jesse Jackson Operation Pushing Russian mayor. Daley tell us about that experience. It was a very A very rich rich experience by the time I was in Chicago. UGH Oh well I. I witnessed these a lot of the civil rights movement. The march on Washington and The Birmingham confrontation on television. 'cause I was in Chicago. Oh I was deeply influenced by Martin Luther King Junior and And then of course here in Chicago Jesse Jackson was his protege and so ooh I participated in protests and marches and so on that involved him and many many others Chicago was a very very Rich kind of Environment Like now it has some of the best and the worst tendencies of America and I went to a predominantly Lee White High School Where we were not as like people like students we were not considered to be smart? We were not considered to be college materials and so we weren't prepared appeared to they. They did not teach us to be those things and But yes I mean on on. You could drive down one street and park in front of me. Elijah Muhammad's house and you can go on a little bit east and you'll be at Jesse Jackson's headquarters and and so you know operation breadbasket is getting all of that. I do vaguely remember when Dr King about the Movement to Chicago in nineteen sixty six and there were marches for fair a housing and there was some of the most racist outpouring that the nation has ever seen When in one of those margins Dr King was hit upside the head with a brick and he said Ed that you know? I've been in Birmingham and I've been Montgomery. I've been in Mississippi but I've never seen the kind of racism that I'm experiencing here in Chicago so it was a mixed bag growing up here. I mean on the one hand. It was a vibrant strong rich black community. You know we had ebony and jet and all of the Black businesses the one that we had so many movements going on and and leaders both young and old. I was in community college when Fred Hampton and Mark Clark where fascinated they were black panthers and And that was the first time I saw Jesse Jackson in person. He came to my community college. I'll southeast junior colleges. In the end he spoke to us and And and I was like wow man. This is one of the most powerful individualism was ever heard so I remain active on movements but also You know Had never no one in my immediate family. That never gone to college so I didn't have any plans to go to college and And then the Vietnam war start raging and and I was working in Spiegel's warehouse and And I knew I didn't want to go to Vietnam and I ended up going to a community. Unity College us. Because then you could get for with the ferment. Kept you out of the service for a little while so so I did that and that was. That was the very beginning. Some of my college experience I in fact With somewhat afraid to go to community college because you know Com being a first generation student. I thought that everybody was going to be so much smarter than me. And then I was GonNa say things get laughed at it and all of that but I I went on. There was still more appealing. Attractive to meet and go into Vietnam and so I went. I went to a community college and I started reading. Do Boards and Margaret Walker and David Walker Peel. And all that kind of

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"twelve thirteen years old" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

10:06 min | 2 years ago

"twelve thirteen years old" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"To have you along with us for another edition of the Steve Howe in retirement show my Meghan mozak here with Steve you know everyone's got it at least one my house there's two talking about the junk drawer man yeah and what about when it gets so full you can't even open it it's a bad day that's just a bad day yeah that's time either for another junk drawer or its release sit down and say Hey come on I got address the situation I got a clean this out yeah that's why I have to it's billed thanks very much. I everyone knows what I'm talking about with Steve means when he says junk drawer batteries rubber bands the power cords to probably a device that doesn't work anymore all those little random bits and pieces they seemed important enough to keep but we have no idea where they belong or if they should be capped and I wondered about that drunk drawer ideas Steve how many clients come to you and they think Hey I have a plan I have a plan for retirement but really all they have is this financial junk drawer that needs to be organized right yeah and that's usually the case and it doesn't matter how elegantly you put this on a spreadsheet yes I'm talking to all you engineers out there all you computer people that love excel spreadsheets you put everything on a spreadsheet and mac and I gotta tell you and you know the past thirty years I've seen some beautiful spread sheets I really have it works of art right yeah absolute works of art it's just like going in and organizing your junk drawer but you know what people usually have what I call package products they're invested in a bunch of mutual funds a bunch of annuities unit investment trusts are trusts they're invested in reach real estate investment trusts and these are packaged products these are what gets all thrown together and many times there there is no rhyme there is no reason there's no plan they've just got a bunch of investments and all of a sudden now you're fifty two you're fifty five years sixty one years old and you've got a financial junk drawer you've got a whole bunch of stuff you don't know what it is you don't know how it works you don't know how much risk you have you don't know how many different sectors you're invested in you just don't know but here's the thing that's okay because this is not your deal this is not what you do every single day I've often said it you're the Holland group yeah we retire like five times every week so we got this down we know exactly how to take inventory what do you mean by that he said you you retire five times every week five times every week on average we are we are delivering retirement plans between new people I'm saying or new people my advisers are saying so we're putting plans together and submitting them to our new clients every single week and you know success leaves clues six weeks because I I think I heard this first from Tony Robbins back in the late eighties. and it's very very true you take any successful person there are specific reasons why they are successful and you know what I look at our organization here and I say all right well I think we're very successful because we do the same thing over and over and over after thirty years we got it down pretty darn good and we know exactly how to dissect how to build how to fine tune successful retirement plans for our guests that come to see us see when we're talking about getting that financial junk drawer organize what's her first step here so so that it is functional in retirement we know where everything is the first time I ever saw a junk drawer cleaned out is what I was probably twelve thirteen years old now I'm one of six kids we thought we were the Brady bunch growing up three boys three girls and my dad was well he started out as a math teacher then he was a middle school guidance counselor for about thirty one years and we didn't have any any money Meghan we were like most of you know middle class America out lab struggling and of course with with a teacher's salary getting through six kids in upstate New York it wasn't the easiest thing in the world but every Saturday morning my dad would have all of us working for about ninety minutes he would never call it an hour and a half you would always say it's only ninety minutes and we'd be out pulling weeds we'd be out to you know doing the the lawn we would be out to trimming hedges sweeping out the basement or the garage or something and I remember one day my dad said okay now we're gonna work on the kitchen because the kitchen needs to be cleaned up a little bit we're gonna take all the pots and pans and everything out of the the drawers and cupboards and we're gonna wipe them down and clean them. and he took the junk drawer all the way out off the the the hinges or the the track whatever you call it and he just turned it upside down and I remember my mom going. thank you now who's going to clean up all that stuff so the first thing what that we and the reason why I tell that story is the very first thing we want to do is we want to dissect the mass we want to dissect the portfolio we want to know what you have inside your portfolio because you might have a bunch of junk you might have a bunch of the assets that have got to go if you're invested for example and if you've got a lot of money in the bond market and you've got like the maturities of low quality well when interest rates start to go up guess what's gonna take a serious hit that type of wart folio so we want to dissect the portfolio we want to put the portfolio through what we call a stress test and a stress test is when we take the portfolio I tell clients I have a time machine and I say alright I'm gonna take your portfolio in the next room I've got a time machine and they look at me like I've lost my mind and I say well no actually what we do is we take this portfolio we enter it into our computer and we go back to two thousand eight which we all know was a terrible terrible time and we want to find out how much risk you have right now and then I look at I look at my gas or the couple and I'll say because I've got a question to ask you do you think it's possible that we might have another two thousand eight sometime down the road and they look it may very very serious and they say oh yeah absolutely you know one two thousand eight happened we were all ten eleven years younger but do you still feel comfortable with your quote unquote diversified portfolio so we got to clean up the job we've got to take that junk drawer like my dad did back in like nineteen seventy to nineteen seventy three tipped it upside down and dissect the portfolio take inventory dissected and fine tune it if you well and put it. back together and make sure it's appropriate for this stage of life that you are in right now seven two seven two two eight sixty four forty nine to get your customized retirement plan seven two seven two two eight sixty four forty nine. if we already have tools like an annuity or insurance policy is it possible to make changes. absolutely maybe there's not a lot of changes that need to be made maybe you just need to fine tune your portfolio. every single week I sit down with and so my guys here they sit down with people that have an absolute mess that you want to compliment them I'm so glad you want to tell them I'm so glad you came in today because you're really really headed for trouble things are very very bad and then we sit down with people that are the exact opposite they're in pretty good shape they just need a little bit of fine tuning a little bit of re direction if you well so. many times new clients will say if I work with you do I have to sell everything do I have to sell everything that I've got and do it your way I say now that's that's ridiculous now you know anyone who says Hey we've got we've got a strategy and you've got to get rid of all your assets and you've got to do things our way that's a bunch of nonsense that's just somebody who wants to invest all of your money and charge a fee on everything that you have there's a good chance you don't need that we have many many clients that bring assets to the table and I say oh okay well here's your Amazon stock here's Microsoft here's this here's that we're not going to sell these because number one I think they're good companies and I can build a plan around them so many times we will build a plan around some of the assets that they have this is very unlike many many other firms Magen many firms will tell you no no no we liquidate everything and we start over and we're gonna do it our way because our way is the best way that's again I just think that's wrong that's it's kind of greedy if you well I think that if again if you have some assets that are good let's work with them let's put a plan together that works for you and let's keep one thing in mind it's all about you the client we want to do with the most economical way possible for you. you've got to take that first step I can't call you call us right now seven two seven two two eight sixty four.

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"twelve thirteen years old" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

11:39 min | 3 years ago

"twelve thirteen years old" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"We are back with Greg Lawson the author of how to be a paranormal detective great maybe walk us through a case that's in the book case study I just to sort of demonstrate how you work how you work a case and and and often you know what they're not necessarily you know it's not like a TV show where you're going to have you know something caught on film or or what have you a can but it can still be you know quite quite fantastic I mean when when you know your they're investigating it and you've sort of eliminated all of the the prosaic explanations for what's happening and you're left with what only one perhaps one possibility and it might be paranormal right and you want to go through all of the normal things that could be causing whatever it is and in you want to eliminate them so often we look at an investigation I and I've seen this scene law enforcement officers do and also we need to prove this guy did this okay that's not the way to go about an investigation you investigate the circumstances you investigate the evidence you investigate the testimony and you establish what you believe happened that's how you investigate it confuses a lot of people I think as far as you know how how does somebody know something there's only three way someone knows something they were told about it or they saw it or they did it that's the three way you should shoot you know you're you're gonna sell something happened the war or or whatever the information is and there's only two methods of of asking questions one is going to be to reconstruct past the dams and the other one is to establish or create new knowledge so I always try to work in these little modules I guess I'd I'd I have a little box and says okay I know I need to reconstruct the past and I need to create new knowledge so I know that night and I use my question the and and my approach to the experiencer in that way there was a there's haunted hill house up in mineral wells Texas is is one of my favorites that that I've ever done and I did that was last year I went up there I think it was last year anyway the house sold them in the new owner actually contacted me and said Hey I just bought this house could you come up here and investigated you know she she heard all all the stories about the house and and I said sure you know that the when I do that however you have to leave the house I get the house for twenty four hours nobody bothering me and that's it if they don't agree that that is far as you know better the location they don't agree to that I'm not sure about their investigation our waste my time what were the stories about the house incidently Greg well there's there's multiple stories there's a the Baker hotel is a fantastic site anywhere in on the on the planet is storage just ominous building if this giant building in the middle of this town that every other building around there's just walked by and they built it sh in the early nineteen twenties and early to mid nineteen twenties and right as an open the stock market crashed and the hotel never did what they expect to do you know if it barely survived in the nineteen seventies a shot at that been shut down for a long time but it's still there and prohibition the the affluent people that we're going to the Baker hotel specially the men who wanted liquor well they could get it from hell house issue one block over and also it was a Bob Dole and is really interesting in this house you know you hear this all the time all this used to be a brothel it's haunted you know they did that beat out they snuck liquor through here your prohibition everything well this house is is pretty amazing you go into the front room of this house and there is a fire place one of the walls it's a big fireplace if you crouch down go into the fireplace stand back up you can actually take a panel out and there is a space about eight feet wide about how sure fifteen he long and all all the way to the ceiling of this two story house where they stored liquor and so it's you know as you're working through this in your kind of betting that location does that make sense you know because back then I I can't that the location that it was a house of prostitution because the cops were covering up all that you know in the thirties and forties so there's not going to be you know police reports that I can investigate but I can look at other thank structural things I I have had a friend of mine go up there and she did some metal detecting up there and found multiple condom cases from the nineteen twenties and thirties at the old lamb skin shows it's harder but it kind of support the story that yeah this place was a brothel and those are the kind of pieces of evidence I look for to solidify the K. right and what kind of paranormal activity was this new owner is not there I I need it for like are you can bring your E. M. F. detector you bring the spirit box what he did on like now all you guys do that I'm gonna bring the technology that I understand that many of my break video and audio and that sort of thing so when I went into the house she turned the house over to me and I immediately shut the power down to the house and I shut it completely off I went through what actually went through with union after talked about not looking for ghost I was looking for any kind of residual magnetic and electromagnetic see that was in the house that I can identify that was not a guy like you know fluorescent lights that have balanced and they will still have met that energy so I I went through that I made sure the whole house what dad basically that I didn't have anything going on no one outside night metal detector the back I found that my hearing and in a bracelet the knife is possibly related to a murder case that it's about twelve thirteen years old back in that area where young woman was killed that that was supposedly at that residence of the residence next next to it the night she was killed so those are the things that I look for when I go because I know I know that the the normal paranormal investigators are doing all this other stuff while I'm gonna work my side of the case to get you try to legitimize what what the location is so that that's one of the case that no one was there I got hit with a block was upstairs that one of the stories is one that the children that actually died in the houses to two children that actually died in the house one of them is known as a playful ghost and he likes to throw rocks and when I was about two o'clock in the morning then I don't have any electricity and this house I'm going downstairs and and I get hit on the staircase with a rock in the back of my neck rock or like a pebble or stone or a big rock which was a big rock that would be great now it was a pebble but I never located the pebble I I you know it's two o'clock in the morning I'm by myself in a supposedly haunted house and I get hit in the neck with with something a drop of did you hear it drop yes it bounced on the upstairs I stopped and you know I went back up and and I videos I look at all the panels in a wall of look at the feeling I like that me there's just no way I was I was thinking do they have some sort of like little trap that shoot something that your what you know and now I don't know he's a loose a piece a loose plaster no way no no it's it's all old school paneling that that somebody probably put in there and the late fifties early sixties yeah man I I I went through that thing like it was a murder scene and I came up with nothing also twice that night a door opened on me and I you know I'm a competent individual I know how to close the door and and then I I whenever I secure house when I'm doing this because you for me I don't know whether somebody's trying to help me or not so I do above and beyond whatever I closed doors and I checked with a windows and blinds and everything else there's no way that this door accidentally opened up you know the the lock was what it is a pantry enough white didn't just Jekyll and open up but it happened twice and in I checked the locks that checks for you know any kind of electronic mechanism that could be tripping it automatically opened the door or something like that and so those those were two things and that's really but nine when you when you think about it check okay you're looking for ghost you how in if that's all they're going to do a sort of have let you in and open the door I don't I don't know how to answer that I just know that two things actually those couple of other things that were just weird but to sure things happen to me while I was there that I cannot explain right right yeah is it as I mentioned earlier it's it's it's not necessarily something that is going to you know you're missing a TV show because it doesn't have the the real we will factor except that your op you're right you're right a highly trained investigator a police official and that stuff just you know doesn't happen it's not supposed to happen yeah you know you have a lot of people that okay door open on you you they they look at you okay mom so what what it what does that have to do with anything they shrug their shoulders and they move on well it it depends on how you want to classify your information you can classify classify information is relevant and related to your investigation or can be relevant but unrelated to the investigation that you're doing or it's not relevant one of those three things are going off and so if I'm in a house that is reported to be haunted.

Greg Lawson twelve thirteen years twenty four hours eight feet
"twelve thirteen years old" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

11:39 min | 3 years ago

"twelve thirteen years old" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"We are back with Greg Lawson the author of how to be a paranormal detective great maybe walk us through a case that's in the book case study I just to sort of demonstrate how you work how you work a case and and and often you know what they're not necessarily you know it's not like a TV show where you're gonna have you know something caught on film or or what have you a can but it can still be you know quite quite fantastic I mean when when you know your they're investigating it and you've sort of eliminated all of the the prosaic explanations for what's happening and you're left with what only one perhaps one possibility and it might be paranormal right and you want to go through all of the normal things that could be causing whatever it is and in you want to eliminate them along with him we look at an investigation I and I've seen the same law enforcement officers do and also we need to prove this guy did this okay that's not the way to go about an investigation you investigate the circumstances you investigate the evidence you investigate the testimony and you establish what you believe happened that's how you investigate it confuses a lot of people I think as far as you know how how does somebody know something there's only three way someone knows something they were told about it or they saw it or they did it that's the three way you should shoot you know you're you're gonna bell something happened or or or whatever the information is and there's only two methods of of asking questions one is going to be to reconstruct past the dams and the other one is to establish or create new knowledge so I always try to work in these little modules I guess I'd I'd I have a little box and says okay I know I need to reconstruct the past and I need to create new knowledge so I know that night and I use my question the and and my approach to the experiencer in that way there was a there's haunted hill house up in mineral wells Texas is is one of my favorites that that I've ever done and I did that was last year I went up there I think it was last year anyway the house sold them in the new owner actually contacted me and said Hey I just bought this house could you come up here and investigated you know she she heard all all the stories about the house and and I said sure you know that the when I do that however you have to leave the house I get the house for twenty four hours nobody bothering me and that's it if they don't agree that that is far as you know better the location they don't agree to that I'm not sure about their investigation I'll always my time what were the stories about the house incidently Greg well there's there's multiple stories there's a the Baker hotel is a fantastic site anywhere in on the on the planet as far as just ominous building if this giant building in the middle of this town that every other building around there's just walked by and they built it sh in the early nineteen twenty and the mid nineteen twenties and right as an open the stock market crash and the hotel never did what they expect to do you know if it barely survived in the nineteen seventies a shot at that been shut down for a long time but it's still there and prohibition the the affluent people that were going to the Baker hotel specially the men who wanted worker well they could get it from hell house issue one block over and also it was a Bob Dole and is really interesting in this house you know you hear this all the time all this used to be a brothel it's haunted you know they did that beat out they snuck liquor through here your prohibition everything well this house is is pretty amazing you go into the front room of this house and there is a fire place one of the walls it's a big fireplace if you crouch down go into the fireplace stand back up you can actually take a panel out and there is a space about eight feet wide about I don't know how sure fifteen he long and all all the way to the ceiling of this two story house where they stored liquor and there and so it's you know as you're working through this in your kind of betting that location does not make sense you know because back then I I can't that the location that it was a house of prostitution because the cops were covering up all that you know in the thirties and forties so there's not going to be you know police reports that I can investigate but I can look at other thanks structural things I I have had a friend of mine go up there and she did some metal detecting up there and found multiple condom cases from the nineteen twenties and thirties at the old lamb skin so it is hard of a big kind of support the story that yeah this place was a brothel and those are the kind of pieces of evidence I look for to solidify the K. right and what kind of paranormal activity was this new owner is not there I I need people are like are you can bring your E. M. F. detector you bring the spirit box what he did on like now all you guys do that I'm gonna bring the technology that I understand that many of my break video and audio and that sort of thing so when I went into the house she turned the house over to me and I immediately shut the power down to the house and I shut it completely off I went through what actually went through it in the end after talked about not looking for ghost I was looking for any kind of residual magnetic and electromagnetic see that was in the house that I can identify that was not a white you know fluorescent lights that have balanced on them they will still have met that energy so I I went through that I made sure the whole house what dad basically that I didn't have anything going on no one outside night metal detector the backup found at night appearing in a in a bracelet the knife is possibly related to a murder case that is about twelve thirteen years old back in that area where young woman was killed that that was supposedly at that residence of the residence next next to it the night she was killed so those are the things that I look for when I go because I know I know that the the normal paranormal investigators are doing all this other stuff well I'm gonna work my side of the case to get you try to legitimize what what the location is so that that's one of the case that no one was there I got hit with a block was upstairs that one of the stories is one that the children that actually died in the houses to two children that actually died in the house one of them is known as a playful ghost and he likes to throw rocks and when I was about two o'clock in the morning then I don't have any electricity and this house I'm going downstairs and and I get hit on the staircase of the rock in the back of my neck rock or like a pebble or stone or a big rock yeah I wish she was a big rock that would be great now it was a pebble but I never located the pebble I I you know it's two o'clock in the morning I'm by myself in a supposedly haunted house and I get hit in the neck with with something a drop of did you hear it drop yes it bounced on the upstairs I stopped and you know I went back up and and I videos I look at all the panels in a wall of looked at the feeling I like that me there's just no way I was I was thinking do they have some sort of like little trap that shoot something that your what you know and now I don't know he's a loose a piece of loose plaster no way no no it's it's all old school paneling that that somebody probably put in there in the late fifties early sixties yeah man I I I went through that thing like it was a murder scene and I came up with nothing also twice that night a door opened on me and I you know I'm a competent individual I know how to close the door and and then I I whenever I secure house when I'm doing this because you for me I don't know whether somebody's trying to coax me or not so I do above and beyond what I after I closed doors and I checked with a windows and blinds and everything else there's no way that this door accidentally opened up how does the lock was worth it it penetrated up wait did just Jekyll and open up but it happened twice and in I checked the locks subjects were you know any kind of electronic mechanism that could be tripping it to automatically open the door or something like that and so those those were two things and that's really but nine when you when you think about it check okay you're looking for ghost you how in if that's all they're going to do a sort of have let you in and open the door I don't I don't know how to answer that I just know that two things actually those couple of other things that were just weird but to sure things happen to me while I was there that I cannot explain right right yeah is it as I mentioned earlier it's it's it's not necessarily something that is going to you know units in a TV show because it doesn't have the the real we will factor except that your op you're right you're right a highly trained investigator a police official and that stuff just you know doesn't happen it's not supposed to happen yeah you know you have a lot of people that okay door open on to you they they look at you okay mom so what what it what does that have to do with anything they shrug their shoulders and they move on well it it depends on how you want to classify your information you can classify classify information is relevant and related to your investigation or can be relevant but unrelated to the investigation that you're doing or it's not relevant one of those three things are going off and so if I'm in a house that is reported to be haunted.

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"twelve thirteen years old" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"twelve thirteen years old" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is been a part of my game day tradition ever since I was twelve thirteen years old and you know I've followed him on social media and he mentioned I I got this new dog and I'm like well I'm gonna try that the next time I show up and I did it was like okay that's my new game day dogs just let me just clarify one thing you're following a hot dog stand on social media it's all about Joe he's been a part of my tradition for so long and I it's it's it's not it's not a day at the ballpark without getting a hot dog from the stands so you were just handed a hot dog is this the Joe just came over and just slipped a foil missile into my hand and inside is the peanut butter bacon maple syrup a Polish dog and he cut it in half which means I think you want to see to try it I think he wanted you to have to have all the hot you got to do it if you wanted to be a journalist this is not how they said it was going to go are you want to try I will you you'd go a you want me to go first on on the one thing they teach you in journalism school is eat a bunch of peanut butter and then talk on the radio that's like how Walter Cronkite used to warm up I'm a little known fact and the clothes on right now way better than I was expecting it to be a better is I think of peanut butter is being a sweet thing and stuck on sugar in it but actually makes this pretty well the bacon is a big help to solve this the bacon combined with the creaminess of peanut butter and then the dog you know this is way better than I was expecting to be much right yeah I do although I don't know if the listening to hear two people eating on the air I'm gonna take possession of the microphone over here well Andrew Texan what is your verdict I'm more of a traditionalist so I don't know that I would order that because I'd be thinking about the hot dog I left behind A. K. A. mustard and ketchup but that thing is good yeah if you think of it as something other than a hot dog yeah also I find it upsetting that you have like longings about hot dogs that you left behind it seems like you really answer from our fast the food group have you happen to my website leave no hot talk behind dot net the net nanny on my computer does not allow me to go to that website a good reason okay Andrew I think the game is about to start I can see people starting to take their seats in the nose bleed section of Safeco field and there are so many hot dog questions to be asked in Iraq yes we had.

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Eric Trump says he was spit on at Chicago restaurant

Joe Pags

04:04 min | 3 years ago

Eric Trump says he was spit on at Chicago restaurant

"The whole Eric Trump thing boggles my mind, Eric Trump. Is not as father. Good battery different. It's just the truth. He's not as father, Eric Trump is a guy that raise the millions and millions of dollars for Saint Jude Children's Research Hospital. he's a guy who's very charitable he's a new dad laura is wife is pregnant again expecting another child and they're out and somebody spits on him What's the mentality of somebody who says, I have an opportunity to spit on Eric Trump today? Kicked it opportunity. Right. Such a bad guy. mean and he's only been two and a half years before that everybody wanted to be like donald trump Even go ahead. thinking of the comedian george lopez came out couple of days ago we're talking about the today and he was saying is kids are at fair fair game even barron who's what twelve thirteen years old he's fair game me but not your old barron trump is fair game yes she no after him because his dad's such a bad dude Amy Carter wasn't fair game. Seriously? Chelsea Clinton wasn't fair game. And we just knew to keep it above board. This for some reason, is okay. And it's so weird. Because normally when you protest there's something you want. when you spend eric trump what is it that you want i spit on him therefore his father's policies will change i spit on him therefore he'll this owners father what what is the endgame what do you what do you think is the goal when you do something like that Please. news the rest chicago's aviary cocktail bar responded to reports employees spat on eric trump on tuesday nights last night and unfortunate incident occurred between employees at the trump statement issued by alenia group several other restaurants and chicago and elsewhere we did not win this the incident just beginning to learn the details on twitter activity indicates he was visiting trump hotel chicago shared a statement when breitbart news following the incident condemning it purely a disgusting act by somebody who clearly has emotional problems he also suggested employees motivations for political saint for a party that preaches tolerance this once again demonstrates they have very little civility and the group however call the online response from critics and supporters troubling and the online discussion about the incident is troubling hundreds of people are calling for the demise of our business threatening our employees and posting fake reviews they are wrong to do so based on the actions of a lone individual the statement continued so too however are those people wrong were praising this as an act of civil disobedience we have voices and the means to be i heard degrading act lowers the tenor of debate to some might feel good but it's unlikely to serve any larger purpose and we hope this incident can at least serve to eliminate the current absurdity the discourse in our politics fellow americans and citizens we should all higher So weird. So I asked the question before we hit the brake. Sasha. And Malia as you said, they were not fair game had somebody spit on them. The person would have been arrested for assault and would have been convicted. i watch these shows live p._d. in cops and all the others and when somebody who's being arrested spits on a police officer charge assaulting and officer if you spit on somebody you're assaulting them that's what it is Nothing more nothing less. This person doesn't change the narrative by spitting Trump. This person doesn't change any policies of the administration by spitting on them. This person just shows she's a

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"twelve thirteen years old" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"twelve thirteen years old" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Dennis Prager here. As I mentioned in the first hour, the governor of Regina. This is my take. I've not heard this take on. Fortunately, when I say. When I think, I'm alone voice. And it's very rare. There's somebody somewhere is of course, saying something identical. But. I don't hear it much. I don't hear it at all. Frankly right now. There are two there are two factors here. The governor is a low life and deserves a for putting aside the abortion issue, which I covered last week. I wanna talk oranges and orange not oranges and apples. The campaign. He ran against Ed Gillespie for governor painting. The man is a racist. Having an ad with a truck trying to run over. Yes. Trying to run over a black kid in a Hispanic kid a Asian kid as Muslim girl little kids teenagers twelve thirteen years old. Whatever they were in the in the in the video and then the guy with the confederate flag and the truck chasing down to two run over kids has it Gillespie for governor bumper stick..

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"twelve thirteen years old" Discussed on Realty Speak

Realty Speak

04:45 min | 3 years ago

"twelve thirteen years old" Discussed on Realty Speak

"Because now I'm twelve thirteen years old in high school and really got into to a lot harder drugs as far as consuming, and this is the early seventies. At this point, very early seventy seventy three seventy four I actually met the mother of my children in nineteen seventy four and here, Utah at fourteen at fourteen Bill I met and started dating a twenty two year old woman, and why was a fourteen year old boy able today a twenty two year old woman because at fourteen I already had a car was already selling drugs that are very high level. So you driving a car? Yes. At fourteen at forty four you eligible to have. Learner's permit. Yeah. You know that alive? What did you would you get pulled over? No bill. A lot of times. I had drivers driving for me. But I I own a couple of cars that lifestyle and the last thing I wanna do a Bill. As a Christian, and as someone who who this substance abuse counseling for many many years of my career. I will never glamorize that lifestyle. But at that time, that's all I knew it was my survival skills it allow me to feed my family. I remember at. And I forgot to say this Bill and nine and ten years old, right? My mother had had had an injury on her back, and she was out of work for a while. And I didn't want to be on welfare, and the shame of going to get what we call the cheese and the salami that was in in these cans, I used to give out I used to my mother. I don't I don't wanna be a part of that. And I will bring her money and say here, I'll give you money from what I used to be packing groceries. So she thought. 'cause I didn't want you know, I didn't want to be part of the public assistant public service system. And you said you had five siblings were six of you is five brothers and one sister and one's okay. So there were seven of, you know, six five brothers with me. Oh, and one sister. Okay. And then where did you fall in there in terms of age? I'm the third oldest third old. Younger old my sister's younger, all right? She was in and not implicate the rest of your family in this. But are they experiencing similar lifestyles? Unfortunately, Bill two of my brothers are one of them. You know, still currently struggles with addiction. I've tried my best to. Help him. And this is a little bit hard for me. Bill. Because I love my brother, and I had to recognize that his process was his process, and I had to come to terms with. And you know, and I'm sorry to bring it up. And I know it's probably emotional. But I think it also demonstrates that. We can try and reach out and help people's much as we want to. But if they don't want to help themselves, it's just not going to change and that your transformation came not really from without. But within I tell you Bill that you are one hundred percent, right. And I'm going to say a phase that I've been afraid that I've been using for many many years you could be the council from heaven. But the one thing that you cannot teach anyone the one thing you cannot teach anyone is desire and as the desire to not use no more to desire to change your life. And the God of my understanding gave me that desire. And that's the reason why I'm here today. And I guess my brother has not had that desire yet. And I've, you know, everybody's recovery is in their own process. And. Yeah, you're absolutely right. You know that it has. That's when that's within the has to come from within. You can't you can't give that. But you know at thirteen fourteen I was selling a lot of cocaine. I my the mother of my children came out pregnant at the age of fifteen I had my own first apartment at fifteen and the mother of my children was twenty three and I had my son who's Victor junior. Who's doing extremely well right now, he's actually the deputy director of operations for one of my company, and but at fifteen the drug dealing really took off where it became really big..

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"twelve thirteen years old" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"twelve thirteen years old" Discussed on KCRW

"For dough. While I was in law school, I've been working in one way, shape or form since I was twelve thirteen years old and so never retirement. Okay. I liked the game. You know? I don't know if you want to call Dr Kaku in order name is killing people. But I don't wanna be here from not really functioning and capable of helping others. So what would be your dream diet your desk or something like how well I wanna die like Nelson Rockefeller. He died in bed in Friday delectable. Got it. Yeah. And they had a whole matter there. And so that's how I wanted. I is that bad. Anthony Scaramucci is the former director of communications at the White House. And that was an excerpt from the new podcast ten things that scare me you can hear the rest of scare Mucci, fears and other episodes wherever you listen to podcasts. Ten things that scare me comes to us from WNYC studios. You know, what that music means sharks? But now so does this. Right. The Bairo kids song is making its debut on the billboard Hopley. Sorry parents with little ones you cannot escape. Oh, you cannot baby shark has been around for years as a children's song that you would here.

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"twelve thirteen years old" Discussed on Eating For Free

Eating For Free

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"twelve thirteen years old" Discussed on Eating For Free

"He gives me that stays in the DM's, right? I I don't know how many of you have seen surviving R Kelly and those text messages a non text messages. Those interview clips between our Kellyanne Leah where they are on MTV, and they're availing questions about whether or not they're together. I don't wanna say they're evading questions because I don't wanna put a lien to be complicit in. This are Kelly is having this twelve thirteen year old on MTV with him dressed exactly like him toying with the audience that they're together, even though he was fully abusing her fully, grooming. Her and married her when she was fifteen sixteen years old, married. So I just want to say I'm not a quitting Drake to our Kelly necessarily. But when I see Millie Bobby Brown in here styled to look like an adult styled with makeup that suggests wisdom age excetera, they have her in. A pantsuit high heels slicked back hair a full beat of makeup, eyelashes eyebrows. Eyeliner the whole works a low cut top. She's only fourteen fourteen fourteen years old fourteen fourteen I was a freshman in freshman high school freshman like this girl this girl, not a woman, not a young adult girl is fully out here being peddled to the public like she is an adult of intimate shows a minor..

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"twelve thirteen years old" Discussed on Eating For Free

Eating For Free

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"twelve thirteen years old" Discussed on Eating For Free

"He gives me that stays in the DM's, right? I I don't know how many of you have seen surviving R Kelly and those text messages a non text messages. Those interview clips between our Kellyanne Leah where they are on MTV, and they're availing questions about whether or not they're together. I don't wanna say they're evading questions because I don't wanna put a lien to be complicit in. This are Kelly is having this twelve thirteen year old on MTV with him dressed exactly like him toying with the audience that they're together, even though he was fully abusing her fully, grooming. Her and married her when she was fifteen sixteen years old, married. So I just want to say I'm not a quitting Drake to our Kelly necessarily. But when I see Millie Bobby Brown in here styled to look like an adult styled with makeup that suggests wisdom age excetera, they have her in. A pantsuit high heels slicked back hair a full beat of makeup, eyelashes eyebrows. Eyeliner the whole works a low cut top. She's only fourteen fourteen fourteen years old fourteen fourteen I was a freshman in freshman high school freshman like this girl this girl, not a woman, not a young adult girl is fully out here being peddled to the public like she is an adult of intimate shows a minor..

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Dominic Cooper Reveals He Was Dissed by Cher While Filming 'Mamma Mia'

Lori and Julia

04:16 min | 4 years ago

Dominic Cooper Reveals He Was Dissed by Cher While Filming 'Mamma Mia'

"Okay let's start off with mama, Mia to here we go again the big movie, at the box office this. Weekend and one of its stars Dominic Cooper was on the late, show with Stephen Colbert last night and he revealed that he was dissed by none, other, than share herself while filming mama Mia to now you don't wanna be received on the receiving. End of this from share Cooper the guy from preacher Related Amanda Cypriot guy he was in the, first mama Mia movie and they dated for like three years exactly so let's see, Dominic, Cooper said that let's see what did he have to say he just revealed that he was, distal by her and It must have been quite nerve. Wrecking. For her you. Know and for him, she didn't, she say trust me at Ali? Said and then she said she used to tell Amanda She? Found out we used to. Go out, with one another once upon, a time and she said you missed a bullet Take, a look at. Me you dodged a bullet she said but she said it in, a very nice way he said okay Share, has been through some. Things in her life and. She knows a thing. Or I, would love to be like you have share give. Me any, crap Possible right means she likes you what do you, think about the rumor that share and Meryl Streep did not get, along on the, set of is competitive Thirty five years now right they're kissing each other on the referred to each other like Cher always calls her Mary Louise Meryl's name she always. Calls, her Mary. Louise Streep yeah very cute again mama Mia. To here we go again is coming out in theaters tomorrow oh another day another Kardashian lawsuit this, time against Kim Kardashian. She is being sued because. She allegedly ripped. Off the vibes? Logo perfume from a from a company and they're suing her it's the thought bubble itself I the thing why do these? Why, do they do so much ripping off as it because. They just know they can just, pay? Off the other company yeah probably I feel like the. Highly with her lip kit she settled I I. Don't know He had like dripping crayons for, her, lip thing that yes with? The. Piece of art yes the neon. Piece of art believe she's just like a hundred and thirty thousand dollars the going rate to have. People, saying they're NDA's yeah I feel like, at a certain point maybe it's just a part of doing business for the Kurdish willing to pay out. Then, settled these lawsuits Name for. A. Perfume it sounds like the market. For this but the price is in vibes in cheery in peach flavors sounds like something eleven ten. Twelve, thirteen year old I don't see grown, up women wanting to buy a perfume called vibes cherries no I think it is for the teenage crowd It would have been better, marketed. Under, Kylie I don't know that the all Laura I'm dying here perfume empire though Done better under Kylie yeah. I think you have something there Wendy Williams is talking about. Her former struggled with cocaine addiction so, she was talking to entertainment tonight and she said. That she, was a functioning addict she said I reported to work on time and I'd walk, in and all my co. Workers including my bosses would know but since I would have my, headphones on and walk into studio they wouldn't fire. Me because I was making rating so everyone at Yes And she, said balancing work her life and her addiction took a lot of work for. Her this is what Wendy Williams had to say as a functioning. Addict I had several alarm clocks and she, said you're. Organized it's a. Miracle I was able to. Stop I think she's talking because it's an an significant sober anniversary for. Her Okay. Okay maybe yeah. And she's also partnered with. An organization called the hunter foundation to launch their be here national campaign Ragged, dick communities moving on from that just want to let, you know I know. You guys were talking. About. This. Earlier. Today. But. Did you post this online at mytalk one zero seven one dot com Jennifer Lopez trailer for.

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