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"twenty two years old" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"GOP Unwilling leadership. While presidential quote speaking to candidate at take the A father Faith responsibility Chris and and Christie Freedom son from Coalition for is Texas getting his booed in are mistakes Washington, being by sentenced Republicans and faults 6th D to .C. for and prison on Friday, Capitol riot. for called slamming their it Christie Lisa roles a former Taylor said in failure the President Trump has January of Trump, the latest. Dad Jason Owens was sentenced to two years for shoving an officer in the face. Twenty two year old son Grady Owens got a three year federal jail term. He struck a Capitol cop with his skateboard. So far, more than 1000 people from nearly all 50 states have been arrested for the riot. I'm Taylor. Lisa An attorney general Merrick Garland is defending the integrity of the Justice Department concerning investigations. Hunter Biden was given preferential treatment in his tax and gun case. Sir Weiss had in fact more authority than a special counsel would have as complete as he had and has complete authority, as I said, to bring a case anywhere he wants in his discretion. The president then recently agreed to plead guilty to a pair of tax related misdemeanors and avoid jail time. Garland said he would support US Attorney David Weese testifying on the investigation when the time is appropriate. I'm Jim Forbes. Legendary news anchor Tom Brokaw Wilkaw is opening up about his battle with incurable blood cancer. Brian Shook has the very latest. In an interview with CBS News set to air this weekend, Brokaw talked about how he's battled the cancer for decade a adding that doctors didn't think he would make it to his current age of 83. He added that the disease has forced him to walk away from NBC in 2021, a network he had worked for since 1966. Brokaw co -anchored The Today Show for five years in the late 1970s before anchoring NBC Nightly News for over 20 years. I'm Brian Shook. A Texas man who spread conspiracy theories about the 2020 presidential election on the far right Internet platform, InfoWars, is pleading guilty to his role in the January 6th Capitol riot. Owen Schroyer never entered the building, but he did take part in the protest near the top of the building steps. Prosecutors argued that his First Amendment rights as a talk show host do not protect this conduct. Schroyer, who is from Austin, pled guilty to a misdemeanor charge of illegally entering a restricted area. He now faces up to one year in prison. A federal judge is blocking Florida's new anti -drag show law. Rick Hoschel has more. On Friday, the judge granted a preliminary injunction after a drag -themed restaurant filed a lawsuit against the state over the law. The judge said the law is redundant and is specifically designed to suppress the speech of drag queen performers. law The calls for hotels and restaurants to have their licenses suspended if children are allowed to attend sexually and to prevent adult performances. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed the bill known as the Protection of Children Act into law in April. I'm Rick Hoschel. And the raunchy comedy No Hard Feelings is off to a fast start at the box The office. film starring Jennifer Lawrence made just over $2 million thanks to Thursday previews. Projected to make $12 million this weekend. I'm Jim Forbes. And now this Bloomberg Sports Update. Both the Yankees and Mets have hit a rut of late. The Yankees have lost seven of their last ten. Texas opened up a three -game series in the Bronx with a To win an extra innings, a two -run blast off the stick of Edelise Garcia, his 60th RBI. most That's the in Major League Baseball. It came off Michael King with the loss. He falls to one and four. Yankees ten now and a half back of the Tampa Bay Razor in third place. Game two of this three -game series is Saturday at 405. Luis Severino climbs a bump for New York and he hosts John Gray. Mets down in Philadelphia a 5 -1 loser to Taiwan Walker. Great year he's having this far. He's now eight and three in six innings. Gave up just one run allowed. Five strikeouts. Kodai Singa, his counterpart. He was stuck
Search for Gabby Petito Boyfriend Continues After Body Found
"A body found in Wyoming is believed to be the twenty two year old woman who disappeared while driving cross country with her boyfriend meanwhile the search for him continues in Florida FBI special agent Charles Jones says they believe it's Gabby potatoes body that was found Sunday in Grand Teton National Park but no cause of death has been determined human remains were discovered consistent with the description of Gabrielle Gabby potato full forensic identification has not been completed to compare confirm one hundred percent that we found Gabby but her family has been notified of this discovery he says an autopsy will be performed Tuesday boy from Brian laundry has been identified as a person of interest in the case police say he drove back from their cross country trip with out her and was last seen Tuesday by family members in Florida authorities are now searching the best preserved there for him I'm Julie Walker
Search for Brian Laundrie Resumes After He Vanishes Following Girlfriend's Disappearance
"Morning the search will continue for a missing couple but the two are not believed to be together. Twenty two year old. Gabby petito disappeared during a cross country trip and now her fiance who is a person of interest in her. Disappearance is also missing multiple officers and the fbi Who are currently conducting a search of the vast carlton reserve for brian laundry. On friday. Northport police officers showed up to the landrieu residents said they spoke to the family at their own request for the first time since gabby petito was reported missing by her family.
Restaurant Host Assaulted After Asking for Vaccination Proof
"Last night tourists assaulted a hostess at a restaurant for having the goal to ask reproof vaccination. Do we need the national guard to see people in restaurants at this point. I the woman is telling them i need to see vacs proof of vaccination which i believe is a law in this law and york city which is why not and that's where the tourists in texas. Yeah we'll do your research. That is the look as if you're not vaccinated you will not be eating endorsed. Tantrums are never okay. But the divide we're seeing with mass and mandates and vaccines and everything. How angry people get. It's bringing out this disturbing trend that people don't know like small businesses can't get insurance if they don't prove they're going to have mask mandates in and certain requirements and so people are taking it out on. This was a twenty two year old hostess making next to nothing doing her
Lil Nas X Drops Debut Album “Montero”
"Between a VMA award the met gala and a new album little less exes making a splash this week twenty two year old rapper little last exes released his debut studio album Montero he's described the new album as his baby and announced it with a pregnancy photo shoot earlier this month the album was released on streaming services at midnight on Friday at the MTV VMAs on Sunday the young star known for his breakout hit old town road took home the twenty twenty one video of the year award and in his acceptance speech that I want to say thank you to the gay agenda his videos of stir controversy including the one for Montero where he writes a stripper pole down to hell on the VMA red carpet he was asked if he feels like he's breaking new ground I'm not I'm not sure yeah I think I'm definitely open some doors I'm Jennifer
Bodycam: Gabby Petito Argued With Boyfriend Before Vanishing
"There is a nationwide search for a Florida woman who vanished while on a cross country trip in a converted camper van with her boyfriend twenty two year old Gabby potatoes boyfriend Brian laundry return to their Florida home in her van ten days before potatoes family reported her missing Todd garrison is the police chief in north port Florida two people went on a trip one person returned and that person that returned isn't providing this information police body camera video in Utah shows Petitot upset telling an officer she suffers from obsessive compulsive disorder that affects our behavior police considered her the aggressor father Joe potato wants his daughter back whatever you can do to make sure my daughter comes home I'm asking for that help there's nothing else that matters to me now but he does last known contact with family was late last month from Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming I'm a Donahue
DTWS Host Tyra Banks Defends Contestant Olivia Jade
"Talk dancing with the stars controversy. It's igniting over whether or not olympia j deserves to be contested. She's a daughter of laurie. Lachlan and they've been wrapped up in this whole college admissions scandal. Now we just talked to host tyra banks who said give girl chance. Listen to this. Olivia jade super brave. I think she's super brave to come out. I think she's like i'm tired of people talking about me. It's time for me to tell my story. And i'm going to do it on national television and i'm going to do dancing with the stars. Ought to be right there with her helping her to tell her story. There's just so much tire knows about controlling that narrative also likes underdog to you know what i mean Yeah but she's she's like okay. This girl she's gone through it like we've been talking about it. She has been crucified for all of the things that she and her parents and whoever advise them did and you know i was a teenage. We were all teenagers once and we didn't make the best decisions all the time but we were on some crazy platform all the time. I mean maybe you guys were not all your rate. Also she was influenced by adults. She didn't make these decisions by herself. So errands told this was the thing to do because again they were advised to do that. And i think. And i said this two and a half years ago when we were talking about this this is starting to rival khloe interest with the amount of time. We've spoken about it. But they're from a very affluent area in los angeles. And i think that was part of the culture where every family was like. We're gonna get our kids in college and this is how you do it. Obviously that way of life is not acceptable and doesn't work in which is why the whole system came crashing down because you can't illegally get your kid into school but i don't think that they were necessarily bad people. I think they made bad decisions. Laurie has done her time. Masato has done his time. Is he still in prison. Urged their time like let the girl. The girl is how old twenty two years old not even like. I just feel like at some point. It's like an know even going to one tires like you know. She needs to tell her side of this. It's like what's her side of the story her parents and we're going to get you in to see. This is what you need to do. Do it when you're seventeen years old. Sixteen you listen to your
Search on for Florida Woman Missing From Cross-Country Trip
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting authorities continue the search for a Florida woman who went missing during a cross country trip with her boyfriend police in Florida said Wednesday the boyfriend of a young woman who vanished during their cross country trip in the converted camper van is now a person of interest in her disappearance investigators say twenty two year old Gabrielle Gabby potato was last in contact with her family in late August she and boyfriend Brian laundry we're visiting Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming at the time north port Florida police say laundry returned to their home in the van on September first and he has not cooperated with investigators the van has been impounded by police hi Mike Rossio
"twenty two years old" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast with Scott Barry Kaufman
"Today. We have heather. Mcghee on the podcast. Heather is an expert in economic and social policy. The former president of the inequality focused think tank demos mickey drafted legislation testified before congress and contribute regularly. News shows including. Nbc's meet the press. She now chairs the board of color of change. The nation's largest online racial justice organization mcgee holds a ba in american studies from yale university and an a. j. d. from the university of california at berkley. School release book is called the some of us what racism cost. Everyone and how we can prosper together. Heather thanks so much for being on my show today and get to be with you. I'm fellow yell alumni. Says so. I wanna talk about the development of your thinking about this topic and why you You know you're so passionate about it. And what kind of traits development a little bit so you spent years working on economic policy for demos right which is a wooden tank. How did that work relate to what you're doing today where some things you saw the kind of conversations you had when you work there that made you Start to go in this direction. While i'm really was lucky to get an entry level job when i was twenty two years old at a startup think-tank that was focused on issues. That wasn't really top of mind for a lot. Of policymakers in media folks the time which was rising inequality the fact that we were having more and more concentration of wealth that the quality of jobs are working in middle class families was starting to decline and the cost for the basics healthcare housing childcare etc was was sort of shooting through the roof and in previous eras in economic policy in the united states. There have been big consensus making efforts to try to address what was beginning to be wide-scale problems. And so we did what you're supposed to do. We brought the research to the policy. Makers we testified. We drafted legislation out. We pointed out what was going on at the kitchen tables of working families across the country and yet so often. The overwhelming statistical evidence seemed to fall on deaf ears. And there was this sort of undercurrent of opposition to doing anything about these big problems that were keeping families up at night and oftentimes the issues. That i was working on were economic shoes and they had racial disparities for example healthcare right. It was an issue where employers were were were shedding healthcare benefits and people were finding it hard to afford health care in the private market. And that's an issue that's sort of an economic and social policy one but people of color were more likely to have jobs that employ employers didn't offer health healthcare benefits and so we sort of saw race as kind of an add on to this larger issue of inequality discrimination and disadvantage compounds the effects of inequality for for families of color but after nearly two decades i can climb the ranks from the entry level role in the economic program at my organization to becoming president. I realize that more and more there was a fundamental disconnect between policymakers and working families across the country that our political conversation about what they owed one another and how we should address really widespread problems was really twisted and kind of warped by a lot of stereotypes and degraded ideas about people who were suffering and a general sort of knee jerk. Anti-government response that seemed just to put the united states as an outlier. So i began. Asked this question. Why is it that we can't seem to have nice things. Scott why is it. That americans can't seem to have nice things and by that i don't mean like drive through espresso. I mean nice. Things like affordable healthcare and a well-funded school in every neighborhood and wages that keep workers out of poverty and modern world class infrastructure and on some of these issues particularly around infrastructure and good paying jobs. We used to lead the world so i began to ask what happened. And why do we keep. Having these policies that make inequality worse and why is our politics so unresponsive to the needs of working families. So i quit my job. I hit the road. I went a number of trips across the country from california missy. Mississippi in maine and back again and and i and i found what seemed to me to be the answer that i was missing. Yeah and and as reading at your story. I think also your experience with pregnancy and motherhood also had an impact as well. You're thinking about. Yeah sure i mean i. I was pregnant with my first and now only job with with for the first time. When i made this decision. I think a little bit of that had to do with the feeling of if i was gonna birth the baby of a book and bertha real baby i needed to not have you know seventy five other babies which were my staff members that i was raising money for and all that sort of like this only so much you know to give here but also it was a feeling of you know if i had spent nearly two decades using the tools of the policy advocacy trade and asking questions that were about statistical analysis and about wages and jobs and benefits and public spending and taxes. And that if i was going to work for the first time it's gonna take me away from something. I loved right in addition to being something i love and i thought you know what. Let me let me. Just do what i really need to do. Let me let me not keep doing what i've been doing. Which has in some ways hit a wall. Let me use my time and us. You know whatever. I have as a person to my utmost. Let me let me be of my highest best use and that's where and maybe this is really relevant to you. That's where i started to inquire about whole different fields of research around psychology and social science public opinion political science not just economics and It opened up a whole new world. Yeah i mean. I think the more perspective the better right. You know trying to kind of integrate them. Yeah so that's wonderful. So thanks for that background. You're in your book. You say it's an invitation of hope. I love that. I love that. What.
Luka Doncic Agrees to 5-Year, $207M Supermax Extension With Mavs
"Luca signs five years two hundred seven million supermax rookie extension with the mavs. Luca break i mention hardened have at the to luca is sort of like james harden but clutch right like lucas at twenty eight guy in the regular season ended the playoffs. He's like a thirty six. Eleven eight guy something like that. He's twenty two years old. I player eligible for the designated a rookie mac. Extend upon signing. because he's already twice been voted first team all. Nba deal includes a player option in the final year.
Adrienne Rich was One of the Most Widely-Praised Poets of the 20th Century
"We're talking about one of the most widely taught widely read and widely praised poets at the twentieth century. Her burke brought the minute show of women's lives into the spotlight challenging the idea that to right from the female perspective was uninspired and undeserving of attention. Let's talk about adrienne rich when she was born in baltimore in nineteen twenty nine adrienne rich's parents thought she would be a boy they'd plan to name her after her father. Arnold a doctor. Instead arnold decided his daughter adrienne would be a literary prodigy by the age of four. Adrienne could read and write by six. She wrote her first poetry book by seven a fifty page play about the trojan war. This is the child we needed and deserved her mother. Helen wrote in a notebook. Helen had been a concert pianist and had given up her career for marriage. And motherhood as much as adrian's childhood was marked by long hours in her father's library her mother's sadness and lack of agency left a lasting impression to in nineteen fifty one while a senior at radcliffe college. Adrian experienced her first big break her poetry manuscript. A change of world won the yale younger poets prize. The prize came with a publishing contract. W h auden wrote the foreword and reviewers loved it. At twenty two years old. Adrian became a critical darling soon thereafter. She won a guggenheim fellowship. Which funded additional studies at oxford. There she met alfred. Conrad a graduate student from harvard. Despite her father's disapproval and married alfred. Nineteen fifty three
Korda Ends U.S. LPGA Major Drought at Women's PGA Championship
"With the lpga. To nelly korda. Victory at the kpmg women's pga championship. She is a major champion now. Twenty two years old and it feels like late right. Like people are people reacting as if she's off the schneide now it's like she's twenty. Well i think we need to take a step back here really. I just establish the scene. We've got like the backup standard-bearers walking down the eighth playoff hole here at. Tpc river highlands. The men's side of the game has gone mental here I'm in hawaii right now. Sean so it's two pm was hoping to really get out for a nice afternoon. I'll i'll let everyone else play the world's tiniest violins for me but This playoffs been going on for a couple hours before that. We actually had a pretty fun. Exciting day of golf. In the women's game nelly korda through down made to massive eagles In the final round and basically used one of those in particular to turn a one shot lead into a four shot lead slam the door On lifezette sallis. And yeah i mean. Just take the final step into superstardom in the women's game. It's it's big. I mean she's world number-one. She's the first american major winner since two thousand eighteen. She's the first american world number one since two thousand fourteen So yeah i mean. It's hard to overstate like just how much this means. It's funny to think that at twenty two. It felt like manon surprise when a major yet but here we are congrats to nelly. No real reason to think this shouldn't be the first of many.
"twenty two years old" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
"For john thompson and then eventually get drafted by the los angeles lakers. A man can dream no matter how ridiculous no matter. How far fetched. Now matter the odds being immeasurable a man can dream. Got me out in the morning. Got me to do something. Got the away from doing anything stupider than what i was doing at that age. So went down to the park was getting ready to go down to go to the park. My stepbrother for mother. O'neil calls me up says man. Did you hear the news like what's up man. Len bias died. What yeah limb. Bias died what. What the hell are you talking about. O'neill has got drafted by the boston. Celtics they're gonna have to like the celtics now a little bit of bird mikhail and all that kinda shit you know. Hate the celtics because of the lakers. But you know the lightning little bit because lenny's by thirty four my number i mean what the fuck are you talking about. You know what what what are you saying. The man just had the deem of just had awesome game against peppered island his last game for university of maryland the ncaa tournament second round. What the hell are you talking about. Well that's what i heard on the radio. The other was like well all right. All right. i'll go ahead. I'll play this game. I've got nothing better to do this morning. What exactly did lenny bias. Twenty two years old six eight two hundred forty five pounds or twenty pounds. Chiseled incredible physique jump out of the gym the most beautiful junk shot. You'll ever see six foot eight. You know as a dallas of physique. What len bias died of in at the time it was reported this before it was reported that he died of a cocaine overdose so the initial news was that he died of a heart attack. So neil told me. He died of a heart attack. It was like get the fuck. O.'neil get the fuck outta here. Don't even joke about that. Bullshit someone feeding us to bullshit. Someone is you know eddie. True were buys twenty two years old. have you seen. The man recently traveled by the boston. Celtics have you seen his physique. Have you seen his jump. Shot having seen how high up in the air have seen in period. He died of a heart attack. Get hit by a train being shot. Whatever a heart attack get outta here man that well. That's what i heard minutes. I'll just let you know army. I'll i'll i'll talk to you a little bit later on. Remember this before south. Those he called me at my health was at work. My dad was at work. I was at school. That new bullshit tenure. Just stick with me. Don't why would why don't you tell me that he loved the let me just as much as i do. What why would he say some nonsense like that..
South Africa's Higgo Wins Palmetto Championship at Congaree
"Twenty two year old Garrick Higo was broken through for his first PGA tour win in just his second start coming from behind to close out the pal metro championship at Congaree in South Carolina just gone to another level now so I'll just see what my game can do I enjoy playing and seeing you know what my game does in a way it takes me the south African posted a final round sixty eight to finish eleven under and then watched as a third round later Chesson Hadley struggled through the closing holes ending with the final hole bogey they gave him a closing seventy five and drop them into a six way tie for second one shot back at ten under the wind was he goes third victory in this last four tournaments the other two winds coming on the European tour I'm Graham make us
"twenty two years old" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"Two that don't relate to the teams like that like. There's a time like august. Say may i video and eighteen of artists at a twenty two twenty three twenty four years old. You're twenty four. I'm twenty two twenty two twenty two years old. That artists is an older demographic but the teens young teams like manhattan addie relate to them is really My i feel like my subject matter me. China showed them relatable because all really approach music. Like as if i'm above water and seeing everything and went through everything. I'm just saying. Yeah what. I'm going through right now. You probably going through the same thing. I've been before and even just an upbringing social media plan on you'll psyche or your move. I just know a lot of us going through that type of depression or whatever the case may be speaking on that and music kids related you dealt with a lot of loss in your life or ready to be so young and i. I saw that you had spoken honestly about kicking like a you know not using drugs anymore. Either so what was that like for you. Because i know sometimes. That's not an easy thing to do. When you're using that sometimes numb the feelings that you might have going on and then just giving it up. It was really just trying however better massar and just not be so relying on a momentary fell. I mean a temporary felon family. Just get through or get by and dan. A lot of that stemmed from me having a son on. I don't wanna be around him. Like is good that you've got the Self-awareness to know that you know social media does impact your mood. I read on what was it. I forgot what we use saying You know you do. All opposed room gear. Nas type. Do get excited. When did you realize that. Social media really doesn't impact your mood and now we just pan touch to my own pan attention to the way that i feel on my own like i coming up..
"twenty two years old" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast
"And anybody knows you. Google head of mcmullan line. You're gonna find some not so very good things you're gonna find a lotta nonsense. Ally certainly found a lot of nonsense. And i followed a lot of that nonsense paths for for quite some time wasting money on courses. I never did anything with the material A little bit fire. Of course i'll i can't do this. Expired and all them long story short boat twenty one twenty two years old now. Twenty two years old now on a realized jaw business. I could really get into. I can feel good about it. It's not like a weird online thing. It's an understandable thing is selling products internet. That just made sense to me. Didn't need to be an expert. And i was like okay. How do i get into that. So i started going down the route of drop shipping abbas. Why do for anybody's not sure. Drop shipping is. It basically means you'd have your own website or whatever you sell a product on their find a supplier stock and then sell up somebody. Let's say by fifty dollars you're able to buy for twenty dollars shift so you make thirty dollars very basic numbers. You're not fully accurate. But you get the idea. That's what i thought i wanted to do. I wasted a whole bunch of time on that then as like. I need someone to help me with this. Never going to build a real business doing doing this. Just not a name my and heard about this. Who lives in northern ireland. Luckily for me she introduced me to this big six foot. Two bearded fellow lows drinking beer called robert. Who's still my business prior to this day and met this guy and he was selling stuff on amazon on ebay to warehouses. He'd about eight staff time. Aminat met this fella. I just knew this was the right guy to learn from. I quit my job moving with my and in her spare room i went up to northern ireland and i lived there and i started working in the warehouse every day with robert and he was teach me everything he knew an overtime. I started to apply some of that. Theoretical stuff that. I learned about business but had no practical thing to put into. We started applying some the e myth principles into that company and over the space of a bit a year of working together. I was working for free out of that year. We started to formulate a new way to real company where we didn't.
"twenty two years old" Discussed on Women and Crime
"This podcast may contain content. That is graphic and disturbing in nature. Listener. discretion is advised at just twenty two years old. This hollywood madam earned one million dollars in her first four months of running an upscale prostitution ring. But how long would she stay on top and win eventually caught. Would she trade. The one thing in the world that would guarantee her freedom. This is the heidi fleiss story. Am hi megan. What's shakin nothing happy to see you. So i'm going to ask you if you know heidi fleiss..
"twenty two years old" Discussed on The Healing Place Podcast
"That and while i was lying in that hospital bed at twenty two years old now going to some very very very dark places I did my dream in life forever. Had been to be that very physical person and So i was contemplating suicide. And i was going to some very bad place. A friend of mine came in and gave me what on the outside. Look like a very cruel joke but it was the greatest thing he could have done for me. He gave me a book written by. Bruce lee called the dow jeet cundo so he gave the martial artist. Who's just total. Never do martial arts again a martial arts book right so curium starting to read this book and it's an interesting book because g kudo as bruce lee's style but the interesting thing is his style is more of a philosophy than it is a style and so we reading this book your reading his philosophy on martial arts and latched onto this one section. Where he talks about mental flexibility he talks about the idea of being like water and something comes up and it seems like a controversial and adversity or an obstacle instead of instead of stopping yourself or decided to crash you flow around and through and over rather than and you work with the obstacle and so here i was looking at this obstacle in my life of. You'll never be a stuntman. Your back is done. And i decided that i could not take somebody else's belief about my moment in my life you know and so i had changed my perspective not take on with somebody else was telling me i couldn't do and instead take on what i was going to do. And so i started leveraging my present on and that was nothing bruce. Lee's book talk about was the present moment. Be very present. Don't worry about what happened in the past. Don't worry about what's going to happen in the future. Be very president. Set goals for your future. Yes but be very present..
West Bank Erupts in Protest Amid More Israel-Hamas Fighting
"We continue to follow this violent fighting between israeli defense forces hamas today violent protests erupted in the west bank and calls for a ceasefire being largely ignored again tonight. There are reports of civilians including being caught in the crossfire. Our nbc news chief. Foreign correspondent richard engel reports tel aviv for us. Tonight with new airstrikes tonight and tank and artillery fire. Israel says it's targeting hamas and destroying a network of tunnels in gaza. The islamic militant group is using to hide and launch two thousand rockets at israeli towns and cities over the last several days. But it's not only tunnels being obliterated. This was a bank is worth says was used by hamas more than one hundred twenty palestinians have been killed so far including at least thirty children were buried together today venturing outside gaza twenty-two-year-old law student. Kerama says the devastation is worse than she imagined. We feed like whatever we do. Whatever we build we'll get destroyed once again if we had hope for the future. They just can't. It could get much worse. Israel has deployed thousands of troops to the gaza border primed for a ground assault but israel for now has held off an invasion instead relying on its iron dome missile defense system to intercept rockets but some are getting through falling indiscriminately and killing. At least eight israelis million in israel had been rushing to bomb shelters but because of the children are traumatized. We have been in the shelter for a week and now the fighting is enraging palestinians. outside of gaza deadly clashes broke out in the west bank and for the first time in years palestinians with israeli citizenship are joining the fight with vigilante attacks from both
Lost Women of Panama: Lisanne Froon and Kris Kremers
"In two thousand fourteen twenty one year old chris kramer's and twenty two year old niece and froun leave in amersfoort netherlands. Shortly after graduating from university. The friends became roommates and co workers. They work together at a nearby cafe as they saved money to go in their dream trip a six week adventure in panama tall and athletic leeson was an experienced mountaineer an amateur photographer. She was interested in exploring panama's lush jungles and beautiful landscapes. More outgoing than li san. Chris apparently wanted to immerse herself in the local culture by meeting new and interesting people half a world away in addition to relaxing and exploring. Both young women planned to do some good during their trip. They arranged a volunteer with children at a local school during their stay on march fifteenth. Two thousand fourteen lee san and chris had bought their tickets booked their hostels and set off or boca. Del toro panama getting to their destination wasn't easy between flights and layovers their journey from amsterdam to costa rica took almost twenty hours from costa rica. They took a taxi and navigated the local bus system to get to the panamanian border. Finally they hopped aboard a ferry and sailed into boca. Del toro on march seventeenth. Though their journey was a hassle. The first two weeks of their trip felt like heaven. Boca's del toro's sat on a small island off panama's east coast surrounded by the crystal blue caribbean sea. It was paradise complete with sun sand and good company. Both lee san and. Chris kept diaries during their trip. Which is how we know about how they spent much of their time. Rather than following strict schedules the two women lingered at meals with fellow tourists and enjoyed the flow of panamanian life. Lee san wrote that they mostly spent their days learning spanish. Though it was difficult lease and felt thrilled every time she recognized a word in conversation.
"twenty two years old" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"As long as you keep it. fcc friendly which. I felt to do a moment ago but luckily we have a dump button that makes that go away and not get broadcast on terrestrial radio we do in the studio tonight. It's aria and conan and we're having a bit of discussion about compensation recompensed this sort of thing for covid. Nineteen th caller. Asked the question. Would i be willing to pay the hospital. Bills of someone to whom transmitted covid nineteen well. First of all. I had covid nineteen and the total number of people to whom i transmitted it was zero. I work a full time job elsewhere. Not one single person got sick because of me but that's not the argument. The argument is if if there is a chance that you could spread it if you went to work and just suck it on through But you did go to work and so what if your boss died. would you an end. And it was proven that you you were the one that had the shark over the roof roof. You spread it to her. She died the next. She got really sick and in had to take a bunch of sick days in the in. The company lost a lot of money because of that. There's a lot to unpack. What got what the california wanted to know. Would you respond. How would you respond to that. Well there's a lot to unpack right. I use the hiv and analogy. Because most people understand that you know give knowingly giving someone. Hiv is definitely wrong and is definitely an issue because hiv is to permanently alter someone's quality of life and they already caused him to die younger or whatever and there are and they are definitely cases of people who have knowingly done this yet on intentionally. And and i'm sure that they suffer the consequences according to our legal system. Yes that's one thing. Right but knowingly transmitting new monja to someone or the flu to someone. Is it as big a deal because the consequences aren't as high. As far as i can tell with cove. Nineteen the consequences for the average person with whom i interact on a daily basis of having covid nineteen is inconsequential. Even if you consider the five hundred or six thousand deaths that they re the cdc reports. Yes you put. Those are extremely unlikely. And i don't tend to interact with geriatric patients. Yeah yeah we we. We always well. We don't fail to mention that. There's a certain there's a certain type who are more likely to for die from this number one age you're above sixty five number two obesity which they never talk about ever out. She never talks about that. It's like sixty. Two percents up are obese. Short question the other one is vitamin d deficiency to get back to the question though. Is it my fault. Am i to be held responsible if someone comes onto my property and in some sort of freak accident a tree struck by lightning and falls on them and kills them. Am i responsible for that death. Should i reimburse this person's family for their loss or whatever for this freak accident cove nineteen killing somebody with whom i interact on a daily basis. Who would be young or relatively young and healthy diet from covid. Nineteen is about as likely as someone dying from a lightning strike in my backyard. Actually use a better analogy You are in your vehicle driving down the road and you skit off the road. Because i don't know a deer ran out in front of yourself in the end up hitting another car and killing that person. These things happen. There is a chance. There is a chance that you could die. I could die on the way home tonight. Yup from In a car accident according to the cdc. You're more likely to die from kobe than you are from a car accident but guess are but it's yours. It's like thirty thousand a year in this country. I think i don't know number and a lot. More people are injured in car accidents. But yeah that's it's so you. I mean i think that's a better analogy. Where are you to blame for skidding off the road and hitting another car and killing the other driver because daily right out in front of you. At any rate expecting that someone i interact with who is young and healthy to die from covid. Nineteen is an unreasonable expectation. It is and i would not feel it warranted paying for them or their medical bills or whatever in the same way. I wouldn't feel i. It was my fault that they got struck by lightning on my property and not to mention. Let's go back to the employment. Your employer working sick at a business that makes food for people. You're all you're all grown adults. You all decided to go work your boss. She probably knew it. And she's like. I need you to be here pretty much. This company is not going to. you know. we're not a company. Is going to fall apart with aria and all the all your co workers are in are probably in the same mindset. It's like yeah. Well i mean we got. We got to struggle on through and get this day done. These aren't gonna make ourselves well not going to deliver themselves. Only one other coworker knew that i had covid. Nineteen the rest of them. It could alert easily if they just listened to freetalklive. Roy never. I didn't make it a secret but yeah but i mean i mean you have to know especially the frontline workers you have to know media seeing and being around hundreds of people a day. You have to know that there's a chance and what are you gonna. Are you gonna live in a bubble for the rest of your life. No this is life man like this messy. Life is rough. You get sick sometimes and it's usually because you're unhealthy. Not because of whatever this thing is. Yeah it's bizarre to me of all of these college age kids that i work with. They're going around proudly getting their viruses. Their vaccination has stuff like that. And i'm like i just don't get it. Well i've had ours. And i'm fine virtue signal. Some of have had it. And now they're getting the vaccine. They they may be but if they if they are. Just for two signaling. They're lying to themselves very well or they just they just inundated with the fear poor. That's it all day long and that's all they know get get it get it get it. Some of these people have had covered nineteen. And i just don't get why someone who's twenty two years old. Who has had covid. Nineteen is putting any effort whatsoever into getting vaccinated right by by the way. This is what. I love surprise. We're even up right now. The rogan came out last week and said yeah. He said twenty girls. Don't get the vaccine. Don't get it and all talk about getting thrown off the bus. You're talking about jenner earlier again. Thrown off the bus. Rogan's barry rogan's much more popular than jenner and share on both sides of the aisle liberals conservatives and independence they'll have rogue no everyone most people up And he comes out and and goes against the woke. Ism saying something like that. If you're a healthy twenty two year old who gets exercise and goes out and gets fresh air. Don't get the. there's no why. Why would you wanna get this thing you know. I wouldn't say if you want to get it. Sure but there's no reason for a twenty two year old who has healthy to get the vaccine. What he said. There's no reason to get it. Which makes perfect sense. unless i don't know unless they. They just believe every single thing that they see on the fear porn terrified of you know killing their grandparents or whatever so they they want to be vaccinated. So they don't have to worry about it and i don't get it. It is is definitely black mirror this year and last year and i don't think it's going to get any better for a decade and now liberals aren't just re i imagine that they're also getting vaccinated for the same reason that they're refusing to take off their masks once vaccinated and that's because they they wanna be able to put that little facebook frame on their honestly or whatever. You do it right now if i wanted to. I just don't care to. They want to be able to show it to all of their friends. How.
"twenty two years old" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope
"Hill podcast with your host. Jason we have an awesome guest with us today. John davis and i'd like to introduce him just a little bit. John davis has lived the life of an action hero. He has been a professional fight. Director and stuntman for stage and screen and artistic director of three regional theme parks a sword fighting comedian which is interesting. We'll talk about and motivational speaker author and coach so. Welcome to our show john. We're we're really excited to have you on. I'm really excited to be here. We're gonna have funded eight. I'm glad you didn't call me any name. S no way. So don do you my kind of giving a little bit of your background. You got the all of these things that you've done and you know some trials as well that you've gone through. Would you mind talking about just briefly brief synopsis. On that sure. Actually all of the things that i've done and that was a that was a small list of all the things i've done. I've done a lot more than that. I've been in the pyramids of giza top. Macci pty climb mount sinai. And i've done a lot of really amazing things. I i worked in films with brad pitt. navy company. All that stuff. All those things happened because of a traumatic incident in my life. When i was twenty years old. My dream was to be a stuntman in a fight director and have a very very physical career. I was on my way to becoming getting my black belt. In taekwondo. At the time and i was i was really working towards that career of being a very physical man and twenty two years old. A friend of mine. And we're gonna debatable whether he's a friend later because he called me up and asked me to help them van which you know. That can't that's not really friendly. That's like asking your friends. Help you move right along. So he says. Can you come help me unload my van. And i said sure no problem and he. He was a professional potter. He hit a van full of clay eighty pound boxes of clay. So it wasn't going to be an easy day. And so. I got out there at this point. Like i said i was big buffer had long fabio hair unlike this feeling not a solar panel for love machine. I'm so i got there. I picked up. The i eighty pound box clay and when i turned to set the box out of the van my upper body separated from my lower body and it collapsed paralyzed. And when i say my upper body separate if my lower body i don't mean like split to but my splendid spine differently did took. They took me to the hospital. They told me. I had a condition known as spina bifida culture which basically means three vertebrae about my pelvis never formed properly birth and when i twisted that day with the extra weight i literally unscrewed the top of my back from my lower back and Doctor told me that day flat out you're done. There's no stunt work. There's no fight direction. There's no martial arts you'll never ever physical career start thinking sedentary lifestyle right now because you're never gonna back. They'll be able to do the things that you want to do and Twenty two years old hearing that. When you're only dream is to be a stuntman in the fight director was devastating and i went to some very very deep dark places and then somebody came in and some people think it was almost cruel..
"twenty two years old" Discussed on Ayobami's Diary
"Welcome to iowa missouri podcast. I hope you guys a good. I hope you guys had a lovely week. I hope you arrested well unhappy. Happy sunday to everybody. I hope he went to church. I hope everything shout good happens. All of my has been blessed. This week even spoke of this week last week he had wonderful guest. Kevin greene was here with us. And really thank you. Thank you for speaking to reading. The word of god so kevin has skonto right now. We have a new guest and her name is champagne aisha main. Hi guys how you doing you for having me thank you. Thank you for readingmeet us. So shamin would you. Let's just on introduction of worshipful name come turning what's your name you know where you from our that you once. He was just introduced to us. Hi guys show. Main marufi and i am from zimbabwe. Originally live in a fountain and i am twenty two years old. Wow thank you thank you very much. The is my friend. We go to the same church. I make an. She has been really wonderful friend. She's very brilliant is. She's very powerful of gort. He's a prophet anyways. Just tell you that that was tomorrow is actually very powerful because out. Somebody's powerful start giving inside. What's it very powerful trust dice. That would've gordon explaining for us very well. So thank you. Thank you very much for reading with us today So before we go through the word in we're going to try to shoot fire because we have a lot to cover today because there's a lot of there's just a lot to cover in this chapter four and by the new chapter stats in chapter four. It's been a really good read. Chapter one fee for given us over relation. Now in the last chapter. Because i i decided to stop in chapter four just to help us with the design of the world right now chapter for the last redeem. Wow we thank god. See before we like. We used to do going to say the five games over four. And because i have a guest my guest would be the want to say three and i'll be the one seat soon so guests three in for four So i guess one of the first things are sam. Really grateful is my friends and family. The people around me. I think i have such a great community of people there. Really such a blessing. People can count on people that i can study the word with people that teach me. That helped me see. I'm really grateful for my community. And the friends i have around me and also also just yeah one thing. I'm grateful for is just a feet. Thank you jackie. I like no no no seriousness there. I'm just grateful for also just goes. Provisions in goes hand that even during the pandemic of continuously singles provisions because a hand still had a job throughout this pandemic. I'm just grateful for her. God has shown himself to me in that area. And lastly i am grateful for. I guess nothing. All sound waiting for for is my church. I really like my touch. I love my so. Yeah stretched by the. We go to the same church so much. I think you go from thank. You mean so things. I'm for for them. Don't want won't forget so. Identity people are from so. I'm going to remember remember this week. I'll just. I had a meeting one of my friends on the meeting. They were just like you. You like all you've been like you that you have the privilege speak to speech. Rebound go like your qualifiable code you too. So i'm just waiting for forty five. Because i've just seen looking back. I've seen the difference of same because bummed. He's now that's why i was before i really. I love the new me. I'm so happy that i'm worldwide has done like he has really beaut- no maybe for this scene. How is different. And i'm i'm leaving that. Also the privilege speech. You guys like. It's an owner. I was literally got so me and actually appointed me to actually talk to you guys about the words such privileged got brought in nobody and said i gave me this opportunity to actually talk about this good news to people. It's a real. It's a real privilege. And i don't take it for granted so i'm really beautiful about before all this. I'm not. I'm so grateful for so people to go. I see my friends. My people that have before told me that. I'm you've changed your own into gordon. I'm like i'm like yeah. I really griffin for that. I want to get man's approval. Apertures are no. I'm just giving people recognized the difference in me and all because of gourd and i just. I'm grateful for that. So yeah things. I'm for c. Moving onto today's reading. Like i said we're going to stop from chapter four. Very good social shamir. Would you like to start. Would you like to eat for We'd i what tradition. I going to apply. It does one of my favorite translations. Oh let me let me just read the key then. Champion is going to help us read. Because i like always so. Yes so you redone yucky. We'll just forcing your stuff from to one or is it was way to read it because i think is different from. Let's just reading. Not i think is the same as the pass information. Just read it and not the new living translation. Yes jim stop anywhere. None of start within the region anything that stands up to us. We just pick. Yeah so yeah. So i'm going to start reading from verse one. So the title is jesus and the samaritan woman. Jesus knew the pharisees had heard that he was up -tising and make him more disciples than john. The jesus himself didn't ties them. His disciples did so you went. He left and returned to gallery before even were there at the actually stood out to me about jesus said jesus himself did not try to disciple. Did it's why do you think is about tyrod. you can. His disciples baptize them. I think You know jesus heating come to ties in terms of the baptism of water. That you thought was really going to be. The baptism of john. J-o-h-n was really the one doing that. You know jesus came to give us the holy spirit says he would. We'll be baptized. The holiest spray. He came to give us the baptism of the spirit. So i'll i think is because jesus when he came together that's no way. He came on the world sentenced to do. Yeah so he left the buxom teed. The it didn't it did not.
How Poker Player Jay Helfert Became 'Toupee Jay'
"Is pool and poker player to pay. jay helpers. how are you. we're we're fine. Tell me how you got the name to pay jay. Well like like many many young men. Not really that betty but i was prematurely balding. I was actually losing hair. When i was in my early twenties and i come from the The nippy generation of the sixties and seventies when long hair was in and it was very embarrassing to me. And i was very uncomfortable with it so when i was twenty two years old i had a toupee bait and i had already been playing pool for several years since i was eighteen and gambling at it and i found i discovered this was happened by accident that as soon as i put a to pay on and went back someplace that i hadn't been in a year people did not recognize me. They didn't know that it was me. And kind of accidentally I played the same guys that i might have won money from two three years before i had to the more than one occasion. Where guy said you know. You look familiar to me. But i can't place you. Yeah i said you know. A lot of people say that i would happen by accident. That wearing a toupee was advantageous to me in the pool world. It was a good disguise. I put on a toupee and i grew a mustache and people did know i was. The same guy have played a couple years before and there was supposed player from From arizona Sean walsh they. Call era zona showing. Who saw me come into a pool room and getting a game and he yelled out across the rue watch out. You're in a game with two page. Hey that's named stuck. I hated that name. I hated that name but it stuck and years later i got to where i was comfortable with it because everybody knew that name.
"twenty two years old" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Get the hell out of here. What good is there intelligent. Look i don't know to me this is just these are just word games to me for too long. I mean i remember being a kid. I remember being twenty two years old and sitting with my friend talking about how we could build the most impenetrable fortress tunnel into a mountain. And you've got these you know sliding concrete barricades slide down whatever whatever it is You know how. How do you make these things. And how do you make yourself unbeatable. You cannot fight the us government. It's not my that you stop thinking about it. Look ken isaac is a relevant. I mean if you want to take up arms against the state all you're going to do is create a new state. Ultimately we have to dissolve the state using methods. That aren't the states met that the state's method is violence. That's how it does news piece hayes. I disagree with you okay. The reason i disagree. Is this because stupid. People get the government. They deserve every single time and most people stupid and they all you have to do dangle at six.
Kate Quinn from US Bank Answers Questions On Careers, Motherhood
"Capers hall. Thank you so much for taking the time to sit with me and answer these. Marc pleasure before we jump in love if you don't mind giving listeners a little bit of a background in your career because i think it's so interesting so poignant for the conversation that we're gonna have sure you know somebody once said to me that a career is a marathon not a sprint and i would say that is definitely been the case for me. I started actually in california in hollywood. I've worked in writing. I've worked in film editing. Believe it or not. And i am now a banker so you can figure out how i wanted to point day. You're better than i. But i just kinda followed the road and kept taking opportunities now. I i run most corporate functions strategy digital transformation at us. Bank having a great time. And i feel like. I wanna make sure mentioned too that you have navigated this career while raising children is that right is right yes i have. I have three boys. I have a twenty two year old son. I have a seventeen year old son. And i have an eleven year old son and i'm way too old to have an eleven year old but i have one okay. We'll let let's jump into these questions. We put a prompt up on instagram. And this was questions that we got directly from the community that i'd love to dig into with you and get your perspective on. Let's start with leadership so one of the questions that we got said. I never really considered myself a leader. How do you know if you are one. What do you think about that. Well that's a great question. I've never really thought about that. I i suppose the most literal if people follow you than your leader. Even if you're a mom and your kids are following you and you're doing what you say. Your leader i think if your friends are asking you for advice your leader. I think everybody. has elements of leadership within now.
"twenty two years old" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week
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Is Juan Soto the Most Glorious Thing in Baseball Right Now?
"Jeff passan what do they want soto at bat look like oh my goodness awan. Soto at bat is the most glorious thing in baseball right now. The swing a fly ball to left centerfield. This is way back. This what is going to run homer for. Lunch is someone who is at twenty two years old seemingly at the peak of his powers. It is somebody who loves competition to the point where he will do everything possible to gain an advantage. Call the soda shop. He doesn't to let the guys know that that batter's box could sonos. He will be standing there in the batter's box. And he will stare and he will lick his lips and he will shake his hip and he will shuffle his legs and he will do everything he possibly can to burrow himself into the psyche of that pitcher on the mound and make him think in the second that that pitcher things on facing wants oto he has lost. Do you enjoy making pictures mad. Sometimes when they see me better than i might. Yes i always would myself well player
"twenty two years old" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"Evan the entertainer. And he's now a stalker. And i hope he listened to that but when he came on the show he approached me saying that he was A victim of gay bashing in albuquerque and He wanted to talk about that. And i thought it was legitimate topic to to talk had him on and the minute i introduced him. He was in that window. That you're in any was turned around. He turned around. A big. hollywood turnaround had no shared on an jacket on and opened up to evan the entertainer on its own. So we'll talk. You had to talk about your victimhood of or gay bashing and he said i gotta get famous. You wanted to be on the ellen. Degeneres young man twenty two years old and always was really concerned about was fame and using this idea that he'd been victim to gain fame. And so i had this long episode with them. It was the most contentious episode of had with anybody explaining to them. That fame is not a worthy goal. Famous only a byproduct of the value. Add to other people's lives so that they will celebrate you. That's where fame comments from so where a- and fame in and of itself if for nothing and you're not adding value to other people's lives is a completely disrupt the fourth and tried to point out presley. Michael jackson prince. You name it. Did you like robin williams. Where you fan of robin williams was a total fan of robin williams. Until he killed himself. And then i. I said you know what he just kind of negated. All the joy he brought to the world by putting so much heart pain in other people's hearts killed himself and that to me is scary is really scary. And it's serious and you know he was one of my very favorite all my god. Did i love him as an entertainer. I mean i was devastated. It really scared me too. Because i thought you know this is serious business. This is not you know you when you does. I'm saying you can have all the fame and all the money. It's not gonna do any good if you're dead and if.
LCS Pro's Frustred with League Decisions
"Day for Ride Games dispatch 11.7 going live for League of Legends. And with it comes a bevy of changes. Although the pros on the LCS circuit will continue playing on patch 11.5 almost two patches back throughout the remainder of the spring split playoff Cloud. Nine's newest Superstar mid laner perks has voiced his frustrations with the LCS being the only region still on 11.5 while almost all major regions have already moved on to 11.6 in an interview with Travis Gafford at the twenty-two-year-old Phenom said, it doesn't make a lot of sense. The league is playing a patch behind since this will delay their ability to improve and prepare for the upcoming 20-21 midseason Invitational has a result purse notes a temporary solution may be to avoid solo que games all together, which is exactly the reason I avoid playing solo que. That's obviously why it off. Obvious that whatever team comes out on top of the LCS spring split playoffs will be at a disadvantage the LCS midseason Showdown resumes this weekend commencing with TSM vs. Evil Geniuses at 3 p.m. Central Standard Time. Meanwhile out of Rainbow Six Siege Esports organization and Mirage the only Canadian organization to play in the North American League has just signed a partnership deal with Under Armour Under Armour will provide the kit and she closed for the squad's under mirages umbrella as well as merchandising on there online stores. The two companies will team up to building new Esports arena in Montreal that they promised will see the light of day.
Canadian police discriminated against mother of slain Indigenous man, watchdog says
"Independent watchdog for the royal canadian mounted police found that the force racially discriminated against the mother of an indigenous man who was killed in two thousand sixteen has down carpenter reports. The twenty two year old was killed by a white farmer in saskatchewan. The incident took place during the summer of two thousand sixteen colton. Bucci was shot and killed when an suv. He was writing in traveled onto the property of gerald stanley. Near biggar saskatchewan stanley was charged with second degree murder. He was acquitted by a jury in two thousand and eighteen. He had testified that he fired warning shots and that his gun just went off an independent review found. Rcmp officers acted hurtful e when they informed bush's mother debbie battiste of his death when she had broke down in tears. They told her to get it together and questioned whether she had been drinking. They smelled her breath in searched her home. The complaints commission said on a second occasion they inappropriately visited bush's wake to update his mother. On the case. Perry belgarde the national chief of the assembly of first nations says the ruling by the complaints commission brought a sense of vindication for debbie baptiste. But she did say she experienced racism and discrimination. In nobody would believer the rcmp dismissed it but this independent oversight body proved it. They treated her with racism and discrimination and she persevered through that and now that we know that the big question is how do we fix. It has implemented almost all of the recommendations that stemmed from the reviews. Prime minister justin trudeau said the way the bucci family was treated was unacceptable. And the lawyer for the mother. Debbie baptiste says. Systemic racism underlines the entire case for national native news. I'm dan carpenter.
"twenty two years old" Discussed on Fun Time Horror Show
"A goes to get in their car. And there's a note written in the dirt of their window. It says we're watching. And then the same thing was written on the noted the house the house in at the break inside at the gym or watching but at this time antonio junior. Aj was already in jail so he couldn't have done that which is another point of For the defense and these are details that are initially left out of the initial the original case which is part of what happened what resulted in hung jury because defense noted that there were things that were not made available to them and it added the that could have resulted in a whole different trial for r. j armstrong so ultimately when the jury linked to hand the verdict on the air original trial Multiple jurors could not make a decision that they felt that it would violate their conscience so it was declared a hung jury and there's a retrial that is set to happen. It's actually in the works. This is one of the cool. Things is not only as the local texas made houston story. But it's not done so we're going to continue to faultless this thing right yeah. Rain continue to follow it as it is now. It keeps getting delayed. There is a hearing not too long ago where the defense was trying to get previous evidence. That was not included in the first trial admitted as evidence and a lot of procedural stuff but This is not over and this at this point. Aj is like twenty one twenty two years old. This is this is dragged. Mrs drug on this far and it's worth noting that he's got the support.
"twenty two years old" Discussed on Weird AF News
"Get started and good luck with your podcast. Good luck with your creation. Good luck with your life. Man say in is trying to get a date on the boston. Subway system I just relish the moments. When i get a weird news piece out of boston the accent and all that stuff okay here. We go fun times. The prince of darkness is yeah. I love it. Oh it's almost as though the author of the attacl knew. I was going to read this in a boston. Accent put darkness right in the first sentence. The prince of darkness is apparently looking for a date on the boston subway system. I'm gonna tell you about the boss. The subway system is very small and very slow. I can't believe how slow the trains up. That's that's my impression of the boston. Subway system so twenty year old lady was approached. No it says a twenty year old lady approached the transit police at the massachusetts bay transportation authorities forest hills station the forest hills station. I think that's on the orange line. So then you guys know where it is on the subway system orange line. I believe that is the orange line right. Can anyone at the orange line with my bostonian accent. Haven't taken it in a while. But i'm pretty sure it's the orange line. We'll use colors in boston. We got the green lime. Got the red line. got the orange line. Got the blue line. that's what we're working with. It's not like in new york city when we got the numbers in the lettuce although they always they also use colors in the new york one but no no. No one really likes to say the colors. No one's like take the grain like take the four five six. Anyways i digress per us so lady comes up to the police. She complains about an encounter with a man dressed all in black including a mask covering his entire face. Not only that. He's got a hood drawn very tight. The woman tells the police that the man type something onto his cell phone and then extended his am across to her displaying a message on his smartphone. that says i am satan and then he just standard her. That's what she says he just stand at me. He shows me on a smartphone. It says i am satan. The woman said the key the encounter frightened her so she pointed out satan to the police. She pointed him up the twenty two year old man. he's twenty two years old. This guy the saint saint would be a lot older than that. He told the police he was only flirting. Trying to be funny. Said i was going try and get her number. You're trying to get a number. That's how you get a number you stupid. You scare the crap out of people. What's wrong with you. I am satan. You think ladies going to respond. I am satan a young girl at twenty. She's going to respond. I am satan you out of your mind bro seriously. He was told that his actions would not funny of course and he was expected from the station. Yeah inject saint from the station you out of here satan. We objected you from this ballgame. Go back to the fiery pit wherever you came from buddy your woman lewis fiery bezel bellevue abode. The lady was escorted by the police tour destination. Lovely of the boston police. There's such sweet people in boston. Hey boston people a nice man. You know we're a little rough around the edges but real sweet people well. Let's scored a lady. That was just frightened by the devil. Destination will jek the devil as well. We ojected him. He's lucky that was all all we did was was it. Price said something like you like them apples satan. hi friends. it's your trustworthy host here. Hope you enjoy the episode. Thanks for the articles. Those of us. Who sent me articles. I appreciate that very much. You can send me stuff at funny jones gmail.com as always or go to the website weird af dot com and you can submit articles that way as well. Follow me on the social media's at funny jones that's typically where you can find me also if you have a moment to leave a review on amazon or apple podcasts. That would be tremendous on. I mean to ask you to do stuff. You don't have to do a damn thing you know you. You're the ruler of yourself. So you don't have to do anything i ask. Actually you do what you wanna do. You live life the way you wanna live it you listen to your impulses. I mean unless they're criminal thoughts and then try to try to push them down. Try to keep it to keep it. Legal right What upset i want to say. Oh i would love it if you would consider supporting the show by joining the patriot. You don't even have to join it just consider. That's fine with me Patriotic dot com slash. Weird if you get extra stuff in there. That's a pretty weird and it's fun and you can join the discussion. Which is nice. It's just if you're into weird avenues. You'll love it absolutely love it. We have a nice little group of supporters in there that are very near and dear to my heart so yeah join. The club patriot dot com slash. Weird news and remember.
"twenty two years old" Discussed on Sales Success Stories
"I remember when i first started my my personal development self-awareness journey. My boss at my manager. At the time glenn mccray was like constantine. What are you smoking. You're you're meditating. you're journaling. You're doing all this stuff and that is so different from from what we were used to in sales. And what the. What the stigma and sales was i mean. He had joined me on a few ride. Alongs in my my line of questioning with my client three sixty. He's like what are you doing. This is this is in what you ask them like. Now glenn this is. This is what i ask. This is what i do now. And so i think he was skeptical at the start. And i'm glad that he was because it. It really made me dig. Deeper into into my journey of self development fast forward to now glenn is one of my my biggest allies my biggest kits the one that i go to and i'm like glenn let's. Let's do this with the team. Let's do that with the team. Let's let's challenge the process. Let's make sure that everyone has a different mindset journal or not making sure that everyone does that but really invite them to consider and bring them bring them to the game. And that is. I'd say actually one of one of my proudest moments is being able to influence so effectively that he's joined mastermind organizations that he now journals on a regular basis and meditates. And i don't know it's just it's cool and i get so passionate about how you're able to to lead up in that way yeah. Was that the pivot so we teased before this change from the stereotypical approach to the deeper question. Kind of co creation approaches. Is that when it happened. Like what triggered that. And what does that actually look like and sound like. I wish i could like put my finger on it because the thing scott as i was saying before i really think it is always been within me i mean we talk about kind of like growth mindset versus fixed mindset so i know that internally intrinsically i've always had this desire to serve to grow to be the best version of myself i know it's always been there as i said i mean. I think i would attribute a lot of that. That catalyst being the mastermind organization being a part of epic impact and abundant because that opened my eyes so much quicker than if i never joined it at that time i was twenty twenty one twenty two years old so it was a huge door that had been opened for me and only just catapulted into i mean having conversations with you and having deeper conversations with doin. I remember at one of our national sales meetings. Dewan had me come. On as speaker with him to lead a leading session about prospecting. I said doin holdup. Let me. i'm going to change the vernacular gonna change it from prospecting again in and you've heard me say this not looking at it as sales. I'm looking at it at his influence. I'm not looking at it as prospecting. I'm looking at it. As what i call finding people to serve so i changed that narrative and i remember going to people. I'm like well why. Why does prospecting have to be a one hundred cold calls that i have to blast through and i have to do this and that and and get to get to this number. It's just to me. That just sounds exhausting. Just saying that. Scott socks i just feel grimy but when changed my perspective and invited others to look at this with me. Change that mindset. Finding other people to serve is just like we'll scott. I'm going to call on you..
"twenty two years old" Discussed on Kinda Cute Podcast
"Boutique hotel in manhattan's soho neighborhood guys. If you haven't seen the footage of this tackett it's so appalling it's crazy that we even have to say allegedly because it's literally on camera her physically getting in an altercation with this boy before multiple times accusing him of having her phone and the father saying calm but videotaping. This and he's like i. I hate that. I have to post this. But he posted on his social media and it went viral. And it's it's just horrifying to watch and what happened to kion is the atrocity here but i have to talk about the atrocity that is me as interview with king and it just so happened. That mia had this interview with gail the day before she was arrested arrested in california and that was only after newark. Detectives flew to california to interview her and then she was actually extradited to city. So they're taking this very seriously like rightfully so and and actually goes to show the power of social media. Because of his father hadn't post this. This girls would probably be living her life at alfred coffee and she in the interview describes herself as a twenty two year old girl. She says she's a very sweet girl. She doesn't give any direct answers to gale's questions and she is wearing a hat that says daddy on it and a crop top would like a little jacket over it. I guarantee she wanted alex cooper. Who's the coast of call her dadi to see this interview and make her co host or something. I think that was her level of delusion in thinking that this was a right apparel choice and you can just see on gaels fees that. She is appalled. That she doesn't have time for this girl. Shit the baddest part of the interview and the craziest when gail just straight up says to her your twenty two years old but you are old enough to know better and then mia just cut scale off and goes all right gail and does that hand motion that.