26 Burst results for "Twenty Twenty One Years"

Chester Martin (Mi'kmaq

The Storyteller

05:24 min | Last week

Chester Martin (Mi'kmaq

"My friends to the storyteller where you'll find first nations people from across native north america who are following jesus christ without reservation on. Today's program will hear more from chester martin of the mid mon nation in new brunswick canada chester was trapped by hatred towards his father. And it's not something that he could break free of on his own but there were so easy to find bulls ana reserve. I went to people that that welfare unemployment checks oleg pension checks army checks people. Dead meat homebrew on the reserve. You know the more. I drank sicker. I go out and vote a year later. I remember getting. Dt's at my uncle's place. I can hear the baby crying on the other own buzzer. dt's later. Start here and voices. And i started listening to his voice. And i always told me that was no good to. They'll never become muscle. Just kill yourself. And it went on and on and on. And i walked up the road and i jumped in front of occur. I figured that's the only way to go. it hurt. Everything saw anger everything that carried hateful ono sober up so nice fellow. Ono's drink and everything was hateful and me and you know going in trouble going to fight and win. I'll go beat up and just look at the current miss me when i jumped in front of it. Got the back end of her and it knocked me off to who started running what's hidden and what and got away from the cops jerash emp. Looking for me i guess. Who would you think would self drink. And then i didn't. And i kept drinking finally one day and got the again and i got in trouble real bad trouble. I in place now destroyed it. That caught sent to mental institution and camels browser to see a insane. Are something a center for six weeks before three sony. Twenty twenty one years old twenty one and a half and so told me a drink a little bit too much of it you can easily on on my drinking and i went back to the court soul me that Just looked at me. Said you're charged drop. But he said you gotta impair turkey against. You'll never been looking for you. So they charged me twenty two hundred and fifty dollars and he asked me if he can put me on probation for six months to go to a and he told me you've been in here in and out for years last three years and getting in trouble i said would you go. I said i looked at him and said yeah. I would go and i didn't know what it was at that time so my mother so glad that jail. How mental institution auditing care. And he was that time you always already sold before five years that he stopped drinking. I think it's twenty years upbringing anyway. And he said just go to. Generally that i didn't want to go jalen weren't is took. The alcoholics anonymous eater. Daddy was six months for raising a or go to jail and i took the go to. Alcoholics may join the program. I used to go to a first three months. I used to take a couple of pints of beer. And i said you know we're on hurt me then i go to a tonight. Come home drink all night. Then they go to a. Because i was scared my they might catch me so one night. I heard this guy story. You went on totally story. Talked about being in the army talked to both overseas and all that and couldn't identify with him. But i can and he said let go and let god take over and the first thing that popped into my mind was pearl hill and jack mci and he said you know go up. Saved his life seeing made them no man. Okay let's go home. And that night i went home and afraid as good. Can you remove alcohol. And i don't know what happened that time. We just feel that it came over me that i didn't want to drink no more. I stopped drinking and to my wife. I knew all my life.

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Fresh update on "twenty twenty one years" discussed on TC Talks

TC Talks

01:15 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "twenty twenty one years" discussed on TC Talks

"Twenty seventy five hundred pound call get yeah. Ancient wants to pay the interest. Six people can't get seventies and eighties. Scorpio is twenty second in his cue. Her is is his his rig nikolov. Yeah too much mark upon well there we go twenty twenty one year of the markups. You're gonna say you're cool cement fiber coming. Yeah that's from the pulse three d. headset to the xbox series x to the nvidia thirty. At's to the newly announced sixties. Yeah my nine dollars. So is at seven p. Yeah that's pretty good. That's pretty good dos. Dos my if you get a and get one for less than thirty quid graphics card pass. That's what we you paul's. Yeah out with. When i decided to buy because i was with starting to dip before the came out the newest came couldn't get an. They went back up the new ones to be fair. He is some bad. Don't get me wrong. But i think the new ones would be slightly more than i wanted to spend it for a good deal on the twin twenty seventy suka and just as kicking and right grabbed blah. I'm sorry i've had a nice upgrades. That will me for quite awhile. Now if what else is i. I'm one hundred and fifty two in the clear one for a grand. I'm just like finds the right run. Sage that's it. I mean obviously the the problem oversee with pc gaming is an experience last night long. Skulled with the game on skopia. I was running an zone getting so of forty five to fifty. Fps and he. He was soaking fifty five on the ten eighty twenty eight pm but it was literally just one setting. It was just sixty five frames. And what have you. And i just turned to look into each of the settings do i. Which is the most optimal saturday going to do this. Do this like us. We don't see calls. Today's to the region looks better than i have a shoe with ubisoft they use it to lie is called that in every so often for some reason when that starts up besiege it absorbs all of my processing. How about the frames. A second and i'm like slim feels weird than thou reboot and it'll be fine absolutely fine. I find that piece There's an antique cheese system. The squad uses call. Remember the the name of it is teddy. Beth and i are gb controller in my pc sayings. Lightning emc conflicts with brandon wanted. Don't have any on on my pc. It might be a similar thing. Remind it might be something conflicting with. I've never really. It's ridiculous is just a minefield of stuff. Just you know also auto benchmark yourself when you star game and give me the best sayings. They can run your way but you should be able to say when you benjamin you should just be out of say the. I wanna run at sixty frames per seconds. Don't care about it being the best looking to prior because the new consoles you can prioritize resolution performance should be similar thing to that for the. Pc's an advocate game to everything different and that's why like medic. Somebody's done this yet. David is cool done us. Well actually do these days. Is this bush. White ted pence empty. So i need to be like. I want to be as good as cattle. My god without. Because i've been for many many years. Always prioritize frame rates rather be smooth cece frame the second and not worried too much about the graphics. Ironically i'm playing in on five and a half that to resolution. Instead of before it runs well there. That game yeah it does iran's very well optimizes it. Yeah i mean to be fair on on console when you're picking between resolution investors performance generally. It's thirty vesey sixty intense yet rains and some some go haya some up till i country twenty frames now but i think immortals was frames per second vesey sixty frames per second but because it's locked yet it's pretty smooth. I i know a lot of people complain about that. Yes they wives and it runs fine on a tv across the. Yeah i mean the fps is on any friends. The second as long as mark. Yes when my his yeah. I'm not a fan of a shop job like even like five or six. Flames is enough to yes absolutely not enough like that was weird one or two. You ain't gonna notice that base like five or six weird. I don't like. I wanted to be like just to sit idly. She'd want consoles to. You'd love it. I think you'd love you'd love i. I've always said has you can play. Every we gave the every game keyboard a mouse. Or why would you wanna play facial keyboard a mouse. Do you not use a control on. Upc when you play for you know shoe shoe shoot. Got i keep this out. Small toyota Stormtrooper ones franken pin. Everything steele might be mean. Exactly the same pretty much won't fulfill hurts monitor. The.

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2020 United Nations New Year's Message

UN News

01:49 min | 3 weeks ago

2020 United Nations New Year's Message

"Difference twenty twenty has been a year of trials tragedies and tears coffee nineteen appended our lives and plunged the world into suffering and grief so many loved ones have been lost and the pandemic rages on creating new waves of sickness and death. Bovici inequality and hangar arising jobs disappearing and depths are mounting. Children are struggling violence in the always increasing and insecurities everywhere but the new era lies ahead. And we did. We see rays of hope. People extending a helping hand to neighbors and strangers frontline workers giving their all scientists developing vaccines in record time countries making new commitments to prevent climate catastrophe. If we work together in unity and solidarity these rays of hope can reach around rules. That's the lesson of these most difficult. Both climate change the covid. Nineteen pandemic are crisis that can only be addressed by everyone together as part of a transition to an inclusive and sustainable future. The central ambition of the united nations for twenty twenty one is to build a global coalition for carbon neutrality net zero emissions by twenty fifty every government city business and individual can play a part in cheating. This vision together. Let's make peace among ourselves and with nature tackle. The climate crisis stop the spread of covid nineteen and make twenty twenty one year of healing healing from the impact of a deadly vitals healing broken economies and societies healing divisions and starting to heal the planet that must be our new year's resolution for twenty twenty. One i wish you all a happy and peaceful new year from the united nations.

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Fresh update on "twenty twenty one years" discussed on Xander & Stone - The Science & Supernatural Podcast

Xander & Stone - The Science & Supernatural Podcast

01:34 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "twenty twenty one years" discussed on Xander & Stone - The Science & Supernatural Podcast

"Drops off or sometimes the meditation drops off. Then you get stuck into survival mode kind of which came first the chicken or the egg and also with those is it. Kind of it illustrates the challenges. A lot of people have when they meditate burn challenges. They have with the awakening process period. Because the setbacks we get upset about you know like like you were saying you don't believe that our or you've heard that depression can never be cheered. There's reasons because you can figure out and you can get everything going well and n even figure out how to handle all situations coming at you. Which if you're able to handle all that would be enlightenment way to go even once he even you know you look at all the ancient on it etc. The the voting sat. once you reach nirvana is everybody. Do you just hang well. Yeah they decided to come back down and help all of those struggling so well that means you got a comeback through. And that's where the adam and eve story got a little skewed is adam and eve were sent to to help the earth yet to eat from the tree of knowledge in order to help the earth they had to take on that suffering that knowledge of the earth and cast himself out of a perfect eden in order to help other suffering. Because you have to know that suffering so even if you reach full enlightenment. Sorry spoiler alert. Everybody are coming back again. Your compassion is going to be so strong within less. Everybody i mean otherwise. I'd like you say otherwise. You're just sitting kind of up there in navan as a visa on a permanent like awesome trip fucking fantastic but really what you're gonna do with that. It's not gonna help the world at all. You need to come back and go through those cycles again. Where you're benefiting other people and helping them reach a state of enlightenment or take the next step towards enlightenment absolutely. I mean even like people that we see that you know like you're talking yogis said guru. He's really popular right now and with him you know illinois talks about being blitzed out. Yes he does look bliss out all the time now but he still is choose. He just sit blissed out all day but he's still chooses to go do the speeches. Everything which is a lot especially for somebody. You would rather be doing yoga. Chill hang listening. Wouldn't we hold casino sought but but he's fulfilling his duties. You know talking to people for hours at a time new year's eve alone. I spent two hours with man. It was on internet crazy person. Nothing like okay. I actually wish that wouldn't that be awesome. Wouldn't that be awesome. I did see followed quite a few of its video. Obviously you know twenty twenty afforded us all a lot of time to sit on youtube. Let's be honest and part of my twenty twenty experience and this is something that i think a lot of people and dealing with twenty twenty though they were to like i think we will offer choice in two thousand and twenty and my my personal opinion. I don't know if you're going agree with me about this. Is two thousand and twenty. Was the universe answering questions. The world has been asking for a long time. And you know. I think a lot of leading up to twenty twenty. I think a lot of people were waking up every morning. Saying things like. I hate my job. I wish i could spend more time at home with my family. And you know statements like that affirmations like that and then lo and behold the universe answered and send it and sent everybody home for a year and a lot of how people deal dealt with twenty twenty. I say because. It's twenty twenty one now officially. But i think the way that a lot of people delta's twenty twenty speaks lots to way you are on your journey as as a human moving towards whatever it is attainable goals at your whether it be enlightenment or more time with family or time to reflect on your own life you know. A lot of people doubt within different ways and a lot of people got very negative about it and saw all the negative aspects of you know i have to stay on because as a pandemic going on and then there are other folks who maybe fluctuates a little bit between negative and positive and then there were those folks who saw it as an opportunity and i. I like to think that i one of he was like this is fucking awesome. This is giving me a whole year to do all the things i want to do. And and following sir guru and really kind of delving into like buddhist theology and burns and things like meditation was one of the things that twenty twenty afforded me. The time to do. And i be more grateful for. I don't know about your experience of twins. Twenty mine was enlightening as fuck. Oh yeah no. That's excellent point. You bring twenty twenty with my situation you know. There is a lot of stability structures crumbling like personally not just the outside structures you know. I had a bad relationship. Where like i was fully committed in. That had to move relocate. Start over all kinds of craziness decided to follow my passion this year. This is the year that i started my business. I was kind of doing it as a side thing for a long time. Prior and this is where i was like. You know i'm going for it. I'm going through. And i stepped in my power and i took that time to reflect more meditate more started the five tibetan rights this year. Which anybody who's looking to improve day to day that's just wonderful but ultimately what you were saying. I think it's going to be a continuation in twenty twenty one year saying you know a matter of how people dealt with twenty twenty determine the outcome.

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Political ads have little persuasive power

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

03:05 min | 2 months ago

Political ads have little persuasive power

"It's pretty early to make sweeping generalizations about this year's election but in terms of how campaign spend money there are already some takeaways. Lucy caldwell as a political strategist and technologist twenty twenty one year where we can all agree that there is not a silver bullet and that the jig is up on on some of the tools that people got so dependent upon in cycles cast like the voters with emails and fundraising ticks and saturating the airwaves with tv ads. It straight up. Corruption fighting corruption is my job. Some people wanna play political games with this is just think it's the right thing to do to save our country. Because it's time we had a senator who put jordan's i like me be in a lot of ways as like the steroids version of yard signs. It makes donors and the candidates. Let's be honest themselves. Happy about what they're doing but it's not a particularly effective way to spend money while ads do raise awareness of a candidate. Those who study political races say beyond a certain point viewers just tune them out. That may especially be true when ads for congressional or senate race come from or are funded by people outside the state we can use this as a reasonable inference from what we saw. That voters may not like the corner quote nationalization of these congressional races. Michael france has co of the wesleyan media project which tracked political ads in the campaign. That lesson is going to be key in ad strategies for the georgia runoffs and so if democrats are going to try to fundraise and put ads on tv using that pitch saying help us win back the senate. It may not work if georgian voters think local concerns. Don't matter as much as these national concerns and many political activists complained. Those ads often come at the expense of strategies that are more effective campaigns that spend millions and millions on tv and digital ads and don't have organizers in urban rural and suburban areas that needs to be retired. Amy allison is president of she. The people a group that works to get progressive women of color into office campaign teams. That don't reflect the diversity of the democratic party that should be retired at every level campaign teams and volunteers should be as diverse as a communities. They represent allison says the democrats need to look to diverse. Coalitions like the one stacey. Abrams built in georgia and let them take the lead as for republicans. Well i hope we learned that we really need to get better at Voting by mail and the early vote kris. Jankowski is a republican political consultant. It's like spotting your opponent of to touchdown lead football game with confidence that somehow you're gonna make it all up on election day and he says in georgia in january when control of the senate is on the line. That's not a mistake. Republicans will make again

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Blunt faults House for passing "half-baked" impeachment charges

Sports on a Sunday Morning

01:05 min | 1 year ago

Blunt faults House for passing "half-baked" impeachment charges

"Illinois senator Dick Durbin was on CNN state of the union this morning he was asked if he has made up his mind on how he'll vote on the Senate trial in on impeachment I'm going to take an oath of office when it comes to this impeachment on the floor of the Senate as I did twenty twenty one years ago with president Clinton's impeachment and in that I promise impartial justice so help me god and I want to stick by that I basically want to hear the evidence read the documents make a decision that's right for America should that evidence included more witnesses Missouri senator Roy blunt was asked about that on CBS's face the nation there may be a time when we decide that witnesses are essential but the witnesses that the house didn't call would have the same privilege in the Senate that they had in the house I think the house sending over a very vague to charges to the Senate and then assuming Psusennes job to try to make something out of that takes a process were already taking too lightly impeachment three times and forty six years and taken even more

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Lil Nas X came out, but has hip-hop?

The Frame

03:05 min | 1 year ago

Lil Nas X came out, but has hip-hop?

"You might have heard that the artists behind the hit old town road little Nasdaq's came out to his fans at the end of pride month. Garrick Kennedy is a staff writer at the L._A.. Times where he writes about music and he thinks this is a pivotal evitable moment for hip hop. When we spoke we started out by listening to a little bit of a little Nasdaq Song titled Closure Go back one one of the things that he he said is some y'all already know? Some of you all don't care but I'm interested in that last part of it because for a long time hip hop was incredibly incredibly and I think in many ways still remains incredibly homophobic. So how much is what he's doing exception to the rule in the history of hip hop. This is an audience that is now much younger so a lot of these attitudes that have been so prevalent in hip up for decades. It's just don't jive anymore. <hes> and that's an interesting thing because you know I've always been such a huge fan of this genre by as a queer man you know you <unk> get hurt a lot by a lot of people who will you might be fans of their music and then oh they said something that obviously is not great or even worse they've set. Let's learn their music and you know for so long. It had gone unchecked. I think eminem was really the only person who had ever had such a humongous controversy but it didn't end his his career he sat onstage with Elton John and he did what he needed to do. And then his next album he went right back to wrap in the way he was rapping and he still does and it's been eighteen years since that moment moment. You're putting your finger on a couple of different things one is kind of a rollback of the homophobia and sometimes the misogyny that's so critical to a lot out of lyrics over the years and the other is that as artists are rolling that back there also coming out and are those two things inextricably linked that ass more performers performers are being honest and open about who they are that the nature of the entire mix of lyrics is starting to get dialed back in the question that I've had is. Why are we seeing shifts now when also at the same time a lot of the music hasn't changed a lot of our attitudes have not changed? I mean little is XS. You know what twenty twenty one years old and you know he comes out. You know the second that happens you can see you know young who will get on the song with him and we'll do one one of these old town road. Remix is then doing an interview and said well. I'll be come out because I think people will not really pay attention to the music and they will just only worry about who who he's sleeping with a not so much of what the culture is still is despite all of the change in the progress that we've seen in the last ten years culturally the there have been lots of progress but also outside of music outside of hip hop. There's been an extremely <hes> I rate of of of change in terms of

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Pelicans sign head coach Alvin Gentry to contract extension

Tommy Tucker, WWL First News

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Pelicans sign head coach Alvin Gentry to contract extension

"Pelicans, insured yesterday that Alvin gentry will be their head coach over the next two seasons. Picking up a team option on his deal that extends through the twenty twenty twenty twenty one year that means gentry will be charged with developing the assets, the pelicans received from the Los Angeles Lakers in the transaction that sent Anthony Davis west, and that deal might not be fully finalized, Kerr healing of NBC sports says the pelicans might still get a little more from LA, the Lakers may still throw in a little more if they can they might want to push this back to the thirtieth to give themselves more room to chase guys this summer. And that gives the pelicans even more leverage to do that for you. And, and you know and, and take a little more talk is also have two of the top four selections in the upcoming NBA draft, including the number one pick overall. It's to use that on Duke stars I on

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"twenty twenty one years" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"twenty twenty one years" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Own financial story and giving some hope getting some confidence getting some optimism as the spring wants us to have but getting in your financial future. So he can realize it every single day. And you know, it's always interesting to me, we always focus on our students and the community around us. But as we've been reaching out to people from the past what we're hearing is that the people who didn't move forward with us, the people who knew what we're about that had some level of interest. But didn't take action there in a lot worse spot than they were before and part of life is, you know, you've got to recognize when opportunities come you got to get yourself some opportunities, and you know, my my cousin gave me some very valuable advice back twenty twenty one years old, and my cousin was a farmer very successful farmer. And he said, you know, the reason why most people aren't successful is because they spend all their time or about would've could have and should have instead of about taking action. And what Ernie told me said? Gotta realize opportunities or like raindrops, there's always more common. And what you've got to do is figure out where the most raindrops going to fall and get yourself away to catch him and get yourself a bucket or a thimble or big barrel. That's up to us for how many opportunities you're trying to catch. You know? That's your plan to catch opportunities. Once you have that. Then you gotta have the confidence to stick it out with the most opportunities gonna fall, and you know, as you're writing your story, you know, it should be about. How do I build that bucket? How do I build that plan to capture opportunities? And that's a big part of what we help people do is start understanding how to build your personal approach to find opportunities in the market in the world around you, and as those raindrops fall, it's recognizing where the the big one's gonna come. Come. And so the core strategy helps you identify safer and smarter places to put your money, and we have programs that allow you to understand where we're in the market like when is it makes sense to to buy this? What does it make sense to sell this and we've got our mastermind communities? Our most powerful tool this is for people that are serious about addressing multiple strategies for income at putting them into effect as fast as possible. This is for people that aren't willing to allow complacency to set in and this is for people who want to take action guy. And so the mastermind community is incredibly powerful it identifies, you know, supply and demand zones, which is a key part of our our core strategy across many different assets..

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"twenty twenty one years" Discussed on Are You Real

Are You Real

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"twenty twenty one years" Discussed on Are You Real

"Or you can text uplift to five five five eight there. Faced with that quite a bit this year in so. Yeah. I mean, it's definitely a challenge. But you know. Then you, you know, you throw in all the things that you have going on just in life in general, you know? Things with our family. I mean, I had two brothers this year that I thought were we're going to get calls that they were dead because they're so far lost loss in need the Lord. And you know, my heart was heavy for them and their circumstances. And you know, now one is about to go back to prison and when is in rehab so this last year good soom converse. Same phone, call about my mom. So yeah, that was a really hard to your family was. Yeah. So we've got, you know, really serious issues going on with family members that we love and having to you know, in a lot of ways just pray for because there's just nothing it's out of your control. How did you get? I think a lot of people have to do with family issues for you personally. How were you able to? I don't wanna say separate yourself. But maybe set boundaries was that just through prayer. Does that look like because I think everybody has Fendt quote, unquote, family issues. Right. How how was that? For you. It was a challenge because you know, in some ways, you have family members that are pulling from you too because they need something or they want something, and we have a lot of that in our life and see you really do have to be guided by the Holy Spirit because you know, you have to know what he's speaking. And know, what your priorities are in know, what your boundaries are and on the same page. Yeah. As a couple, and it's challenging when it's people that you love and their in a desperate situation in especially when it's life and death, you know, and a lot of you know, people have been faced with those situations. And there's a lot of people who haven't in can't imagine it. But we've dealt with that, you know, our entire marriage since you know, twenty twenty one years we've dealt with. Yeah. You know, people just making really bad choices and. You know, their families also suffer because they have kids and wives. And you know, and and they suffer because of it. And so there's a there's a whole lot that goes on with that. And so this year I felt like it just spiked up. You know, it was just like coming from every direction with Emily singing it one point. I don't know if it was maybe September October, maybe somewhere narrow December man, I literally felt like if hell was literally beating at our door. Like that was like I felt like our marriage was on fire. I think the only thing I can be honest with you. We'd never like I felt like financially we were good because business was good. But which was a relief because that would I don't know if I could handled anymore, but we were hand, but we were dealing with like marriage issues Joan with family like sweet dealt with financial in the past..

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"twenty twenty one years" Discussed on I Don't Get It

I Don't Get It

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"twenty twenty one years" Discussed on I Don't Get It

"And then they basically just like there was no way I was gonna call him back again, difficult or anything. And then it was in like it was crazy. 'cause there were few times bump into each other accidentally. And like one time I would be with my family and stuff and like after things like that, he would be like so freak out because like come over and we'd like, has his say, hi, my husband, you, everybody knew him is your friend. This'll after those times, like picked out. That like, you know, kinda like we couldn't really, you know, like you had to try to stay apart. Really? Wow, really easy. And then like and I just got eventually I was hurt by him though because you know, I wanted him still has a friend, but he couldn't do it. He says, like, you know, like it was just too hard for him even just befriends anymore. After what happened from the beginning, like even just, you know, when things start from the beginning kisses already too late to write, why for why didn't you leave your husband friend. Boy, I have kids and like and only like not only kids, but everything together, you know a whole life and for one thing. So with the kids I didn't wanna break up anything because it's like they have both their parents. You know with them, we do everything with them. That's a hard then. Okay. Well, one time I did tell my husband like I wanna like I wanna be separated and try that out and he just be he's like just like a baby like he would just not get out of the bed. He would just be so like he wouldn't be like, like total depression kind of thing. He couldn't become a bed. Do anything like I, what am I going to do with his like? I can't leave him like this. I not even to get out of bed or a saying like he like super depends. Like do I felt like I don't know, like. Are you do you feel like guilt trapping her marriage? Now? Are you happy currently. I'm not that happy. I still feel like I'm still stuck because the kids thing, but I mean, it's it's not like soul horrible that like we don't ever fight us if I just don't bring up things and it just kind of kind of go along with their kind of, you know, and I kind of put up with like, well, I don't feel on stuff. I mean, but I'm, it's not that bad kind of thing that we're not like I'm he's saying meeting means to me or whatever. And I just kind of with it when you know when you look at him to feel guilty for cheating on him at all, or you're just kind of it happened. Yeah, I do. But but like I still feel so like not special feel I deserve. I deserve somebody that could treat me so much better. That could be happy to have around or to give me a compliment because it's like he will never say. I looked. Whatever anything at all, but I feel like I could deserve somebody like that, but my heart little broken for you. Homegirl I don't know who you are, but you are so brave for coming on and you. You need to live your best life like no one needs to tell you it too. I think you already have a deep inside you and you know like what your life could be in what you deserve. Yeah. How long have you been married? Twenty. Oh gosh. This I was like, oh, twenty twenty one years. Oh, wow..

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"twenty twenty one years" Discussed on The Full 48

The Full 48

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"twenty twenty one years" Discussed on The Full 48

"To react to certain way in order to protect everybody else that was involved in the actual baltic rolex and getting behind kick them in the pick and roll i can't remember who we played i called a time out and went straight to the huddle and i said i said hey look we worked on show all training camp and worked shoal preseason we've done a pretty good job at it but you guys are buying what do you want to do do you want to switch you is doing down and as soon as i said that the blonde stepped up and he goes skewed by french efat were show team we all know how to show we've been working on this that's what we're gonna do so i said are you sure he goes well yeah i'm sure so i said okay i walked i stepped up stood up back to the huddle and he commits the same you're going to do this you're gonna do that when this happens i mean he just broke it down to our guys verbatim like how i would have as a coach they went out there they did exactly what he said and from that point we took off as a team especially on defense in the floor because he graft all of our concepts all of our actions and everything that we preach from day one he grabbed that matter of a month and a half and he was our quarterback on the being behind the ball from that point on this is rookie year witnesses our first year together okay so it was his third year in the indian so this is two years this is like twenty twenty one years us out of high school three his third year high school yet i couldn't believe it i so to me that's the biggest thing that luke is going to get especially with the young team that he has on the floor during games is extensive coach that he he probably takes care of his body body better than anybody that i've been around and so they're going to see how professional he is and that's going to rub off on all of their young guys and if they don't step in line he's going to say something to him and you have a personality that big it only helps you as a coach knowing that he's going to say hey lonzo pay coups a brand whoever it is you need to do this when it comes to get your rest you need to do this when it comes to get to kill your body to get prepared to play in the playoffs so to portray the plane a longer season than just the regular season so loose lucky man he said there's all that benefit that comes with it there's also of course the expectations and the pressure that comes with it but it's also just the presence of the broad in what you're just leading to my at feels like to me is a double edged sword for a coach right the ones going to serve himself in a very emphatic and fulsome intelligent way rate it's going to lift up his teammates that's going to help us a coach because you don't have to worry about wearing out your own voice on certain things and he's going to be keeping the other side of the of the dual double edged sword is that then it's like a will the broncos the coast the brunt is so tightly never gets the credit that he's to getting them to a championship in and leading them bless you years we may not get the the credit you wouldn't get the credit when you guys are having sixty win seasons back in the day how difficult is that for coach to basically like you know available or he goes to the coaches certainly do they how do you how do you balance that for yourself knowing that like you know this is this is your show to an extent but you've got a player who is not your your average superstar this is a guy if you you know passed out in the middle of the game he'd probably just fine so that that is a little bit difficult isn't a different kind of challenge is to certain degree depend on who you are as a person i know forget one of my early assistant coaching jobs with getting gregg popovich and at the end of every season he's to go thank everybody on the team but in particular tim duncan and remember i was with him when he did it i think the first year in san antonio and i and.

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"twenty twenty one years" Discussed on The Full 48

The Full 48

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"twenty twenty one years" Discussed on The Full 48

"To react to certain way in order to protect everybody else that was involved in the actual baltic rolex and getting behind kick them in the pick and roll i can't remember who we played i called a time out and went straight to the huddle and i said i said hey look we worked on show all training camp and worked shoal preseason we've done a pretty good job at it but you guys are buying what do you want to do do you want to switch you is doing down and as soon as i said that the blonde stepped up and he goes skewed by french efat were show team we all know how to show we've been working on this that's what we're gonna do so i said are you sure he goes well yeah i'm sure so i said okay i walked i stepped up stood up back to the huddle and he commits the same you're going to do this you're gonna do that when this happens i mean he just broke it down to our guys verbatim like how i would have as a coach they went out there they did exactly what he said and from that point we took off as a team especially on defense in the floor because he graft all of our concepts all of our actions and everything that we preach from day one he grabbed that matter of a month and a half and he was our quarterback on the being behind the ball from that point on this is rookie year witnesses our first year together okay so it was his third year in the indian so this is two years this is like twenty twenty one years us out of high school three his third year high school yet i couldn't believe it i so to me that's the biggest thing that luke is going to get especially with the young team that he has on the floor during games is extensive coach that he he probably takes care of his body body better than anybody that i've been around and so they're going to see how professional he is and that's going to rub off on all of their young guys and if they don't step in line he's going to say something to him and you have a personality that big it only helps you as a coach knowing that he's going to say hey lonzo pay coups a brand whoever it is you need to do this when it comes to get your rest you need to do this when it comes to get to kill your body to get prepared to play in the playoffs so to portray the plane a longer season than just the regular season so loose lucky man he said there's all that benefit that comes with it there's also of course the expectations and the pressure that comes with it but it's also just the presence of the broad in what you're just leading to my at feels like to me is a double edged sword for a coach right the ones going to serve himself in a very emphatic and fulsome intelligent way rate it's going to lift up his teammates that's going to help us a coach because you don't have to worry about wearing out your own voice on certain things and he's going to be keeping the other side of the of the dual double edged sword is that then it's like a will the broncos the coast the brunt is so tightly never gets the credit that he's to getting them to a championship in and leading them bless you years we may not get the the credit you wouldn't get the credit when you guys are having sixty win seasons back in the day how difficult is that for coach to basically like you know available or he goes to the coaches certainly do they how do you how do you balance that for yourself knowing that like you know this is this is your show to an extent but you've got a player who is not your your average superstar this is a guy if you you know passed out in the middle of the game he'd probably just fine so that that is a little bit difficult isn't a different kind of challenge is to certain degree depend on who you are as a person i know forget one of my early assistant coaching jobs with getting gregg popovich and at the end of every season he's to go thank everybody on the team but in particular tim duncan and remember i was with him when he did it i think the first year in san antonio and i and.

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"twenty twenty one years" Discussed on Stick to Football

Stick to Football

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"twenty twenty one years" Discussed on Stick to Football

"What's up everybody this is stick the football bleacher reports nfl draft flash college football podcast got change that up now i'm not miller lee draft redder be are joining me every wednesday morning my buddy conner rogers in new york in over the summer we got nilo esquire sitting in what this to do these position previews and i think now guys it's an appropriate time to talk about back that this fall at probably once we get closer to labor day we will be not transitioning to a college football podcast but we will be covering some college football for you guys because it makes sense right we're watching these players anyway or not showering on saturdays in the fall for a reason why not talk about some college football and some nfl draft and some nfl so we're gonna take these players from freshman to rookie for you and give you a lot of coverage today guys we have a great show connor what you tell them what we're gonna do to we got to go over these wide receivers because i think this is going to be a really really fun group so we're going to preview the wide receivers but before before we do that and of course close out by answering your draft on draft questions we gotta talk about this little thing called the supplemental draft supplemental draft guys happening today and i take for granted because i've been doing this job for so long that just everyone knows what that means what that is just a quick refresher for the people who maybe maybe you're new to the draft or maybe never followed the supplemental draft before i don't blame you there haven't been very rarely exciting so the way it works it goes off of last year's draft order so the browns are at one last year's draft order if you took away all the traits so the browns are at one right and they have the top bastet top priority in every round and it's not a live draft where they put it on espn and nfl network and we do a live show but it's a lottery so there are several players eligible for the draft and if you want that player you put in a bid for them like the kansas city chiefs could put an second round bid on corner sam bill from western michigan and if that's the highest bid they forfeit their second round pick next year in exchange for that player so mellow we haven't seen it and a long time or somebody actually good within this thing and i know a lot of people say will josh gordon you gotta remember josh gordon when he was coming out he barely played and it was a little bit more than grades that were his off field that more than you and weirdly he's still playing for the browns and his yet to hit free agency so just go show usually these guys have some off field issues this year though i mentioned sam bill he's a good player he really is that six one corner fluid i actually had the opportunity to sit down and talk to him a while back i i mean mean i don't think he's a bad guy i don't think there's anything in his background where you would say oh this is a little scary what he told me was yeah just fell behind on a couple of critics if you've ever been to college you can relate to not wanting to go to class and probably failing one and it's hairless at times oh yeah i mean twenty twenty one years old man i forgot to pay my utility bill last month till they sent me that email like hey we're going to shut the here's here's the shut off yeah busy by bad but he said he just felt buying some credits and he was making them up the summer but the what the nc dubois said was they they don't actually tell you until the end of training of like summer camp if you're going to get your eligibility back so he was like i don't want to sit around and wait till august i run the risk of not being able to play this year so i just thought i'd go pro and really interesting guy i do.

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"twenty twenty one years" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"twenty twenty one years" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"First one to be farther away than the next closer from offstage so no one can see you and he's just do it in one place and anyway long story short we get to the concert i play it and our personnel manager sustained by the by the door because he's going to give you a bow so i said okay so i was there and the piece that he come out he looks and says that trumpet player he grabs me by the art and you pulls me all the way to the middle of the stage i'd like i'd like twenty twenty one years old to center stage at the at the tanglewood shed and i'm so embarrassed because i didn't expect to get that much attention and he turned around to sit to stand the orchestra and i started thinking away back here and i only wish i had pictures of it because my my parents were there and god bless them and they were so proud and happy just thinking about them and they got that prideful moment so proud of you know being being a father i even more dennis stories direct director of autistic planning for tonight's event among other things and so this is smattering of bernstein's works throughout the program give us a little taste of well we're doing the mambo from west side story but probably the most important thing that's happening to that as far as bernstein is that we we landed of all people read them marina we know reinterviewed her yesterday she is well as you know she's a firecracker you know and she's eighty six years old at i just can't believe how she's still an amazing performer think forcing nature comes this is a true story the other day and we had a spoiled but we call a piano rehearsal so it was rehearsing america with with natalie cortez who was doing together we have the women to the stand with festival course and we have piano and but she took over the reversal she's okay i want you to do this and i'm going to say this just kind of going ok okay sure he stepped back right it's a pleasure we're gonna let you get back i mean we're almost here right everything's everything's a goal we'd better be better we are just a couple hours away dennis alves is a director of artistic planning for the boston symphony orchestra that includes the boston pops the summertime grant summertime tradition thank you great to be here all right coming up we've got lots to get to remember the confident eight o'clock alive here on bloomberg radio before that will interview tom fallacies president and ceo of eaton vance one of our strategic partners you also hear our interview interviewer three ending giddens everyone calls her an intriguing but awesome musician i'm tom rooney was peter barnes and pat carroll this is bloomberg tom keene sarcoma odds are you've never heard that word before for the forty people diagnosed with sarcoma everyday it is a life changing word because is.

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"twenty twenty one years" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"twenty twenty one years" Discussed on KTRH

"To find a way to incorporate this anytime somebody calls in and we realized they're using died mullets like yesterday that was awesome we got the biggest kick out of that yesterday i totally i'm looking at a picture and go stop using the died multi goes i'm not using tied mulch that's colored mulch you say tomato i say tomato juice but we need to like all have a some kind of mantra where we ever i never ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever use died if you listen to the garden line mistake big huge i love that line to do you know they're making a way musical out of that i saw that i don't know how feel about that look i'm letting everybody on a little secret i get to go to london earl sent all right yeah we're going to go watch a show on at the west end west end is their version of broadway right i was shocked how many shows have been turned in to a little shocked how many shows movies have been turned into musicals over the last i don't know how many leaders when they did the lion king i figured oh well then i'm gonna namedrop this is but i get too because at one time in our lives he was like a little brother to me but the musical heathers yeah yeah i know it is been debut in started and maybe a couple of weeks ago in the in london it's at a theater called another place which is not the west end but it's still considered that just like off broadway and so high school buddy of mine andy fiction is the director of the musical heathers and he knows we're coming i gotta convince the spousal unit to let the kids go watch a musical adaptation of the movie heathers were three girls name heather trying to kill one other girl well i don't know that that's going to be kind of tough we're going to be able to pull that one off i'd like to but congratulations to our friend andy kaufman he's directed movies you know the game plan my favorite the newly that he did the best job at ever i think because it really came off really well is called she's the man and it was before what's your name lost her mind and golf under drugs and alcohol and everything but young girl becomes a boy for soccer team like a private school and really pulls it off quite well so what we're doing this because they're making broadway musical woman seriously frozen gonna turn into broadway frozen i'm going to have to pull up that site and i was like looking at some of these shows they really turn that into a broadway musical because they don't as opposed to new york or the west end keeps shows going forever i would like my kids to go see dreamgirls the broadway musical because i got to see that when i was i don't know twenty twenty one years old when it was brand new in and jennifer holliday who's a houston ian was the star mazing show on broadway and they did a good job turning that into movie but i think the show is a little bit different because on the the movie they made beyond say the star for all intents and purposes and in the broadway musical the whoever plays the role efi is the star of the show although there's lots of really great roles for that so i don't know but we're going to go see something when we're in london i just don't know what it's going to be yet so let's get back to the garden line if your priest your cousin your mom your dad your grandma grandpa told you you need to get a hold of me we got lines open you can get a hold of me right now seven one three two one two ktar h that seven one three two one two five eight seven four two one two ktar is two one two five five eight.

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"twenty twenty one years" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"twenty twenty one years" Discussed on WEEI

"Bottom of the order which is provided very little offense this year for the red sox you look at their numbers offensively and they're one of the best offenses in in not just the american league but in all of baseball they've now scored eight or more runs for the fifth time it has many games against the angels their longest streak ever against the club that's nineteen sixty one to present but the offense in general the overall numbers runs home runs on base slugging doubles all that stuff has been really good and it'd be doing it without really a consistent bottom of the order will tonight they were huge part of the win denver's leone jackie bradley jr six for twelve three runs scored and four runs batted in they don't win this game tonight without the bottom of the order and alex cora said this last week or maybe the last couple of days and you you sort of brush it off like will your your second best offensively in baseball anyway how much better can you be but he made the comment look wait till we get that bottom of the order going we're going to be a much different team and you saw tonight where the there were no easy outs sick for twelve bottom of the order and you you as a reliever or starter for the a angels you don't get a breather when sandy leona sitting to ron jacks the aaa sign when jackie bradley jr one point tonight had enough hits to get his average up over five hundred when rafael devers is hitting missiles over center fielders heads going the other way without triples in the seventh inning this is gonna be very tough team to beat we're rick poor selo with saturday six nothing lead but really couldn't hold onto it for much of the game and in fact that he got maybe got lucky given what happened there when they played at that three run home run to make it six two four joe kelley came in he meltdown game tied six six what's the red sox were lucky to win this but they knew that bottle of the order that needed leone need evers a jackie bradley jr providing that offense in what was a i call it a comeback win but really wasn't it was would have been an awful awful loss have they lost this thing up six nothing in homing it's an angel steam they have dominated so far this year but they win at nine six your final half game lead now in the american league east the takeaway jd martinez his twenty fifth home run of the season looking at the post game notes real quickly he's the first guy ever the most home runs ever by red sox hitter prior to july first at twenty five tenth red sox hitter ever with twenty five or more proud of the all star break last person do that no surprise david ortiz seventh red sox hitter ever with twenty or more home runs to the teams for eighty one games of the season last david ortiz no surprise there more home runs and eighty red sox player hit in all of two thousand seventeen and the first red sox since ted williams stab more home runs of the allstar break than any member of the team the year prior the list goes on and on and on a huge homerun tonight it was still rising when it came to the front row there but i we sort of we know martinez is really really good and we know what he is going to be raphael there is on the other hand is just sort of scratching the surface and tonight was a reminder at twenty twenty one years old over young he is these days he is going to be a tremendous hitter and this talk about trading raphael beverage here at some point to acquire a better more stab third baseman or get an upgrade somewhere else it makes no sense whatsoever and he saw tonight in the seventh inning denver's two outs nunez walks and here it comes up in a big spot and he just slice as one the other way and it's a missile over the head of the center fielder ends up being the.

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"twenty twenty one years" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"twenty twenty one years" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Picked up golf at about twenty twenty one years old and the bug never has laughed at such admiration for a game that i had no appreciation for and from a mental standpoint what i love about golf is it really is about you the mental pressures do add up and they do they do get you in a different way than if i'm on the mound and nothing starts until i started but then i can get picked up by my teammates i mean you can get hidden results as a baseball player especially a pitcher you cannot get hidden results is a golfer it's all about you mother nature and couple breaks here and there so i i don't have a routine i just i play golf i love it my path i never thought i'd be a broadcaster when i retired i really thought i would just dedicate my time to playing golf competitively as much as i could and i never thought i'd have three shoulder surgeries afterwards so this has been a this has been like the wildest ride in the world but i can promise you the pressure is not going to get to me it'll be my inability to hit a shot or an inability to hit an inbetween bunker shot that this is not these guys are the best in the world and i have such admiration getting chance to play with them i learned from watching and i'm self taught so when i see the guys i'm gonna get to play with i i watched their swings i watch what they're doing and try to learn that way it's the way i learned is a baseball pitcher i just watched and went out and tried to emulate what i watched and to say i'm having time in my life is an understatement right now in the back row john that almost a month now since you've qualified so i'm sure have heard from from just all kinds of people what are what are what have been some of your favorite conversations that you've had with folks are messages or whatever it might be about this event it's been the general excitement that they've had i mean i can't believe that monetary it's an amount of interviews nothing compares to this i i'm i'm not the hall of fame was the greatest achievement that i could be part of but i didn't get as many texts for the hall of fame as i've gotten for this and just people who generally what are their casual golfers or they just can't comprehend that this happened so everybody i work with everybody i've been around generally says they'll be watching they'll be rooting despite whatever kind of long shot it is to to do this but that's been that's been the most rewarding thing to realize that you know shoot my teammates have sent those tax going i can't believe you said you're going to do it and he did it but i i hope for nothing else you know my whole life has been a life of perseverance in overcoming failures and i just think that maybe if nothing else it gives people hope to do things that maybe are so stacked against you that you know if you don't have the right attitude i tell my kids things that i'm sure today tired of hearing but i if you don't dream it you'll never achieve it if you don't believe it i get it mixed up now because if you don't believe it you'll never dream it if you don't dream it you'll never achieve it and i i'm a big i'm a big believer in that you know i'm certainly not going to do something like tell you guys i'm going to grow hair by next year that's just unrealistic but i've always told my kids and people around me that you know why not why not pursue your dreams and this is the secondary dream i'm getting a chance to be part of.

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"twenty twenty one years" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"twenty twenty one years" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Tournament plays in a major he's these story for a lot of people that he always will be in golf is far more interesting when he's playing and look in in this tournament i guess you can't rule them out because nobody played well yesterday and it was fun to watch him at the master's slowly steadily climbed the leaderboard make things interesting on saturday and sunday and maybe he does that this weekend and there's a big pardon me that hopes that he does but as as the guy who came to the sport because of tiger woods on that guy who twenty twenty one years ago hadn't watched a lot of golf and then i found out about tiger woods and then i was captivated and he became one of my favorite athletes as that guy i mean i'll even admit as as much as i want to see him play and as much as i'd love to see him win again he's no longer the most interesting thing about a golf tournament yesterday the most interesting thing was just watching all these guys struggle and i said before it wasn't fun i don't wanna see that when i watch golf but that was the most interesting thing it wasn't just watching tiger woods struggle it was he had plenty of company including from a lot of guys that you might expect to actually win this tournament unlike tiger woods where you might merely be hoping that he wins the tournament but tiger woods it used to be not that long ago that if he was playing i was watching and if he was playing he was the only guy was watching now i've kind of evolved as a golf fan i'm more interested in some of the other younger guns some of the other younger bigger names or big names but i'm also interested in the stories that the sport tells where you'll find a guy who's an underdog who's maybe unheard of on thursday and by sunday he becomes a household name because he finds a way to win i'm interested more in learning about players like that that are unknowns who maybe you never hear from again that step up play a.

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Israel, Gaza and Twenty Twenty Twenty Twenty One Year discussed on Doug Stephan

Doug Stephan

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

Israel, Gaza and Twenty Twenty Twenty Twenty One Year discussed on Doug Stephan

"It is free other name in the news rise on alma jar now known to the world is the twenty twenty twenty twenty one year old palestinian medical nurse shot killed by an israeli sniper during the protests there this past weekend to her parents she was a beloved daughter who died just a few hundred meters from her home close to that fence that separates the gaza strip from israel as the people took to the streets over the weekend for her funeral in gaza city her mother attended dressed entirely in black clutching her daughter's bloodsoaked medical vest you look at that and it is one horrible indictment it's a visual that is something hard you don't need to say a word frankly this young lady been volunteering since.

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"twenty twenty one years" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"twenty twenty one years" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"A lot of books i just throw him in my backpack and people start talking about nutrition or training or whatever it might be in you know i'm i'm telling them about the slingshot and yeah i mean you've seen it firsthand we'll just put somebody in something yeah oh yeah fuck here's this guy you throw hip circle on some random check right yeah and all those things are huge factors in what broke me in even before that though because i was i was as as as younger kid i was really shy and i can go back to that in a minute but when i was when i was pro wrestling is was probably around i was probably on twenty one so that was before i that was before i got to west side and while i was at west side i was pro wrestling and a little bit after but that was kind of towards the towards the tail end of my code on wrestling career i think i started wrestling probably at about twenty twenty one years old and that really that really broke a lot of barriers for me so if you can kind of envision this imagine just having to go you're you're very fearful of let's say talking in front of a camera right but now you're asked to like i dunno recite recite a script for a play or something like that in front of like you just you just go to some random bar and and that's your homework for the day is to select recite some fucking poetry or something right that we never did exercises like that necessarily but but the point the point being is that if the wrestling that i was doing then is not directly related to this because there's there's so many different formats of all these things what broke me in and what helped make me less scared to get in front of cameras and again in front of people was to be physical in front of people was too so the lifting that i did it west side which came later after wrestling after yeah after the wrestling career lifting that i did it west side that ended up breaking a lot of these habits of me being shy too because the the.

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"twenty twenty one years" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"twenty twenty one years" Discussed on WTRH

"You have your your wife and you have your radio wife uh talking about my up brad radio partners over the years but i i also notice on this valentine's day your beautiful amulet there there earlier are now seen it before my mother cave that to me the beginning of hope in the night oh yet and it literally is and says june charge read readers up trying to turn it around up because it but then you need a longer ginned up but it it does date the beginning of this programme it was when you're tonight that now the owners over yet there was beat twenty yet basically twenty twenty one years ago and of course our logo is a hard for hope for the heart dr yeah it's fell into yes and so i thought uh you know we we have so many her colin with relation chip problems and the pain of a broken relationship are a strange store of relationships it seemed to be deteriorating and and i remembered the loudest sorry the at as men let me say this way i think it was the last uh person that i asked on this program do you know error in this case it was a mate your your mates language of love and it's like having no idea no clue so what i had done uh a number of years ago i call it the languages of love from the book of look the book of luke once we understand that relationships not accomplishments have the deepest meaning in life our primary goal in communication should be how can i meet the genuine love needs of another person uh do you know what specific language fills the emotional needs of those whom god has put into your into your life and what i'm talking about is there five tease and we have exp amd examples of these from the book of luke but they are the five tease our time of drunk bet you give you you determined to give quality time focused our undivided attention with eye contact generally listening uh without giving advice uh it's a togetherness in activities sits as valued and just the physical presence so that is time and you see this with mary sitting at the feet of.

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"twenty twenty one years" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"twenty twenty one years" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Information is preliminary but if it is a custody battle case this happens where oh yeah judge says you know you are not allowed to pick of a child custody is given granted to the mother and the fathers that allowed that can make some people go crazy and that could be the case and they're saying it's a little early to say that that is the case but it they're looking into it and it's really a place where teachers report in odd position because if you're a teacher you're bound by the law to report certain things and to enforce certain rules i remember when i was a teacher i had one of my students tell me that her father used to beat her god and so you're given that information and you think to yourself of god i hope i never have to have parent teacher school night what do i do with a shock aides becau if you tell the school which is what i did guy was bound by law do that have to then they have to talk to the authorities and the authorities shaft to investigated and they have to find out what's going on well it you know depending on the age of this the student it goes to child services right now the student she was like seventeen at the time by the way i was like twenty right so visit jed no business teaching somebody that old no kidding will you look like one of the students i twenty twenty one years old and i was teaching seniors i can't even every time that's why i wanted to laugh at i was like shut up gillian you like this brings you actually what i've of censure my god you still looked like he could be back in the day back in the day so you know about the one student of came into class you told me that she joined the gang yes what was it she wants to become wanted to become pizza i said why 'cause you're flat greasy that she reported you to the.

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"twenty twenty one years" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"twenty twenty one years" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Better do i healthier and i'm sure i'm in a miss some examples but just to give a little list of things that i've read you were dealing with as far back as two thousand tendinitis in the knees were starting to thousand three torn cartilage in the right knee finger fracture and '09 torn achilles the most famous one in two thousand thirteen which tier credits on now you still major free throw his hat like what talk about what it's like when you feel still probably like the high school guy you can do anything but your body's not cooperating while having to accept reality near meth always a tough thing for people would in general men traffics in particular used to doing certain things that a certain level then offside can do me more and then what do you do would option you have you try to resist that and try to be which were or you can hold hands with father time and try to come to some sort of compromise which is what i try to do so that means changing the game changes the tempo of things change in spots of four and decide to accept it and as these things were happening to you are you starting to think about what do i do after basketball was it start like went in the process did you first began to even think in those times while i was thinking about it since i was twenty twenty one years lance and so i used to dabble into a lot of different things uh riding ads in particular i used to ride my ads nike ads and all that sort of style and so i started thinking about a long time ago.

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"twenty twenty one years" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"twenty twenty one years" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"That mini we did the pressure on get and i brought am about a baseball glad for him and myself i would play catch during the interview because i figured let's put changeup a little sure no i'm saying i feel bad i know the sounds really funny because it's like how can you feel bad anybody that's making more money than most of last and and stuff but i feel like you know the more attention that he's got him he's lost all his you know anonymity and he he's not that type of guy that loves putting himself out there so i see in that event i just saw him at the am far gala a few months ago and then you can tell there's a little bit you know there's there's a wall up now that probably used to not be there because you know when you get to that level people just what every yeah it's very different it is hard and he's still such a normal mid western guys so i do feel for people because they're doing something that they love everybody wants piece of them ran out with that you really do is i mean ideal with that event and i know again you're not no one sorry for me but even when it comes to dating for me i've had so many guys that and they get excited because they have this idea deal all i can maybe go to colton clubs how are oh my god maybe my friends writing screen play maybe she can help given him you know that is hard because you do you begin to wonder okay who really wants to be our friend are go out with you because of who you are as a person vs what you can do for them and what you are too you know the general public you can kind of see you know and and this isn't a said the the thing but you can see and you've been expose the team younger stars in your directors you can see how some of them make some bad choices because of all the pressure that they haven't nineteen twenty twenty one years old oh yeah it's really really crazy tell i mean now that we have camera stuck in our face all the time you know it is it is hard in and again no one's going to feel sorry.

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"twenty twenty one years" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"twenty twenty one years" Discussed on WGN Radio

"You've you're just china you know figure it all out for yourself so back then i want to thank you know one thing get people probably don't know is that you know when you think hip hop you think the rapper and you think to dj but in chicago a lot of that stuff respond by coffee artist and then you know it that was kind of the first step into a pop culture and later you know the dj and then the rapper so it's interesting when you connect the dots when you made the transition start getting profession and had that's been a record and scratch records and and now i'm getting in the club's undoing shows talk about you know there was a time when and i would say probably in the nineties where there was a off the hip hop this should've club dj was the rage people want to come out there you know i'm take it to where i was twenty twenty one years old where you know we would try to seek out where it was that to talk about that sort of the riding that wave because they get really popular one point well hip hop was much different back then because it was and so excessive will if you wanted to hear hip hop music you'd be literally have to find the right party as sometimes you know it was in a bad neighborhood sometimes it was a little wrong party yes exactly so you have to seek these things out and you know it wasn't on the radio like it is now or you know once it got really popular in you know started doing that radio commercial thing things deftly change but you know what we were doing stuff an elbow room you know even even before that door door nights on that would happen around town like out lower links come to blue guard well these are parties that were going on you know we saw what they were doing and we decide okay week we can do that but let you know there was like a nice like guy too how to get things started but before then you know you've kind of just have to really hope you you ended up in this cool party there were so many different little night.

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