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The Dan Bongino Show
FBI Director Wray to Submit Key Document on Biden Bribery Scheme
"It's great to be with you always an honor to be filling in for my friend Dan I gave you guys an update last hour but in case you hadn't heard yet so FBI director Christopher Ray is finally going to be turning over a key document alleging that Joe Biden was involved in involved in a bribery game the document allegedly details a five million dollar criminal plot involving Biden during his vice presidency agency and a foreign national so there's this back and forth with James Comer ahead of the oversight committee with with Christopher Ray Christopher Ray is finally relenting so it's a win for Republicans points on the board which is good to hear which is also you know like it's not news that you know Joe Biden is involved in all this and stuff remember when he was on camera literally bragging about getting the prosecutor general fired who was a breeze breeze my holdings in Ukraine you know he flew his son on Air Force Two shukans with Chinese businessman grease the wheels for that and if you want to talk about classified documents I mean he allegedly had classified documents from the time as advice or in the Senate which is pretty crazy because you have to go into a skiff it's like whole a whole thing you've got to sign in turn your phone over so it takes some real effort to take documents from air yet you know they're going after you know Trump on the classified documents stuff even though he had the ultimate authority to classified documents so
The Dan Bongino Show
Gregg Jarrett: The FBI Chose Not to Further Investigate the Bidens
"Me about this and you have a lot of experience in the spaces you know well that that source information where they go they go to the f b i in order for you to present in front of a judge to get an arrest or a search warrant that it will be sick prongs us worse can't just walk in and say great jerry rob the bank well you have any evidence no no but i think i think he's gonna it's not the way any of this works uh... we have to do is you have to show one of these two things you have to have presented reliable information in the past or the information if you're a first -time source has to be precise enough that the f b i can do some leg work and verify some independent facts you've given them that apparently what works the most according to the reporting of the great margot cleveland centerpiece in the federalist that at the whistle -blower saying that not only was this a trusted f b i suppose but the information was size so the f b i that they can your lawyer on that but the f b i has no reasonable exit ramp off this highway as to why they wouldn't have investigated this yeah absolutely and the fbi is taking the position oh you know we looked into it just trust us we took care of it nothing to see here let's move you'd have to be an idiot to believe and trust the fbi given their track record you know just look at the last presidential election in which they tried throw to it in favor and indeed throw it in favor of joe biden when they directed and pressured social media companies to censor and suppress the laptop story to protect joe biden no i don't trust the fbi and and james comer the chairman of the oversight committee who wants this smoking undocumented that's what it is uh... doesn't trust them either uh... you know they have no legitimate basis not to produce an unclassified document if they're concerned this is a confidential informant redact his name but they must comply with the subpoena and so the of the choice here is either criminal contempt of
AP News Radio
Canha, Carrasco lead Mets to 4-1 win over slumping Phillies
"Mark canna and Carlos Carrasco led the mets to a four one win over the Phillies. Can I highlighted New York's 5 hit attack with a two run Homer in the third inning and a two run single in the fourth, both Aaron nola. He entered the night hitting just two 33. Sometimes it clicks and it doesn't necessarily mean that you get two hits and have a great night. I think sometimes it clicks and you have some bad luck in the pitcher makes like really good pitches and you go over four. Carrasco scattered 6 hits over 6 innings. Blanking the fills after a bundle Sosa's Homer in the first inning. Nola lost despite allowing just four hits over 6 frames. I'm Dave ferry.
AP News Radio
Butler, Jokic lead Heat, Nuggets into a NBA Finals after unconventional paths
"This is the first time the nuggets have ever played in the NBA Finals. And the team's first time in a final series since the last year of the ABA in 1976, that means the dearth of experience for nuggets players this deep into a season. One Denver player with finals experience is kentavious Caldwell Pope, who was on the Lakers 2020 title team. Just trying to keep him calm knowing that and the first couple of possessions are going to be a lot even for myself, you know, I'm feeling anxious right now I'd even get out there. The nuggets have rest on their side, having polished off the Lakers last Monday in a four game sweep. The heat will have had two days off since winning game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals. I'm Dave ferry
AP News Radio
Naylor HR and 6 RBIs highlights Guardians' rare power surge in 12-8 win over Orioles
"Josh naylor Homer had a career high four hits and drove in 6 runs to help lead the guardians to a 12 day win over the Orioles taking two of three in their series. Josh bell and Gabriel Arias also homered naylor says he feels like the guardians are never out of a game. We play a great team game of baseball. We believe in each other through and through and, you know, we just, we play hearts at the end. However, the ball goes that day, whether we win or leaves, as long as we play hard, I feel like good things are gonna happen. Anthony Santander homeward for the Orioles and Aaron hicks had two hits and two runs scored in his Orioles debut. Craig heist Baltimore
Mark Meckler: How Convention of States Can Reform Federal Government
"Overreaching federal behemoth it's going to take structural reform to bring and how do we get structural reform to bring it back down to size well there are two uh option number one is we go to washington dc and we beg them to do it for us and i laugh i can't say that with a straight face because like they're human beings they don't have the incentive to make government smaller that's a painful and difficult thing to do and it doesn't line their pockets and it way is we use the second clause of article five we call a convention of states and we propose amendments that will effectively impose those restrictions on the federal government members of congress republicans of britain do you get many of them out there on the campaign trail when they're running for office or at all at press conferences so forth and say look i want spending to get under control i want to get the government out of control i want to shrink the government and so i support convention of states i don't hear a lot of that do you no very little of it mark in fact very few of them will weigh in i think uh you know they lack the courage to do it and the reason they lack the courage and it actually really drives me crazy is because there is a fringe on the that's right against the idea of calling a convention of states and when i say a fringe i want to be really blatant and direct about what i mean maybe
AP News Radio
Beeks escapes bases-loaded jam, Lowe, Siri hit homers as Rays beat Cubs 4-3
"Jose ciri and Brandon Lao each had two run homers as the raised defeated the cubs four to three Laos round tripper helped Tampa Bay avoid a sweep. It's hard to take any win for granted. Honestly, at this point, everyone's big win and coming off to lackluster games. It's a huge step in the right directions for us to go into this off day. The rays manages 5 runs in the three game set, but on this day they got the big hits when needed and their bullpen had three scoreless innings. David Schuster, Chicago.
AP News Radio
Actor Danny Masterson found guilty of 2 counts of rape in retrial
"Actor Danny Masterson of the TV series that 70s show has been found guilty of two counts of rape. I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest. A jury of 7 women and 5 men found Danny Masterson guilty of raping two women at his home in Los Angeles between 2001 and 2003. The jurors could not reach a verdict on the third count, which involved Masterson's longtime girlfriend. They voted 8 to four in favor of conviction on that count. His legal team argued the acts were consensual, Masterson did not testify and his lawyers called no witnesses. Masterson faces up to 30 years in prison. His first trial ended in a mistrial in December
AP News Radio
Mike Pence to launch campaign for president in Iowa June 7
"The Republican presidential field is about to get bigger. Two people familiar with plans say former vice president Mike Pence will announce he's running next Wednesday, June 7th. The date of his 64th birthday that would put him in direct competition with his old boss, former president Donald Trump. Advisers say Pence plans to campaign aggressively for conservative evangelical Christian voters who make up a substantial portion of Iowa's Republican electorate. Pence has then avowed social conservative in favors a national abortion ban. The campaign is expected to rely heavily on town halls and retail stops aimed at showcasing pence's personality. I'm Mike Hempen
AP News Radio
House debt ceiling vote nears to avert default with Biden and McCarthy both confident of passage
"President Biden and House speaker Kevin McCarthy are both confident that debt ceiling and budget cuts package they negotiated will pass while working to shore up support. McCarthy's facing strong conservative pushback but insists he has enough votes to pass the bill. Everybody has a right to their own opinion, but on history, I'd want to be here with this bill today. Number two house Democrat Catherine Clark says it's unclear how many Republicans will be there with him. And the fact that it is still an open question. Clark says Democrats are unified, but some progressives are unhappy with new work requirements for older Americans receiving food aid. Still. I think things are going as planned. Hours before leaving for Colorado, the president sent top officials to capital hill to boost support before the vote. By the time I land, the Congress will have acted the hospital of actin, and when we want step closer. Sagar Meghani, Washington.
The Dan Bongino Show
Bharat Ramamurti Exposes Biden's Agenda in New Debt Ceiling Plan
"It's really unforgivable. Jim, let's do this now. Cue up for me if you would. Cut Hey, it. here's how I know how bad this deal is. Here's Biden economic advisor, Bharat Ramamurti. He's on CNN, Biden's economic advisor. He's on CNN telling everyone, oh, this thing is great, man. This deal is awesome. Basically locks in the Biden agenda. Oh, really? You think that's going to be a good deal for you? Here, listen to yourself. I want to emphasize that it accomplishes three main things. Number one, it takes the possibility of a default off the table, which means we avoid an almost certain recession because of a first ever debt default. Number two, it protects all of the key pieces of legislation that the president signed into law in the last two years. New investments in clean energy, new investments in semiconductor manufacturing, new infrastructure investments that are being seen across the country. And third of all, it protects Social Security, protects Medicare, protects Medicaid, all these important programs that Americans rely on. We think it's a good, fair to the president's desk. Locks in that Biden agenda, man. This is the new deal, not the original deal we already passed. If you're scratching your head in disbelief that what I'm telling you is true, look it up yourself. We passed already a deficit ceiling hike bill called Limit, Save, Grow. That was far more effective,
AP News Radio
Brother: Authorities told family that body of missing Missouri ER doctor was found in Arkansas
"A Missouri ER Doctor Who's been missing for more than a week has been found dead in northwest Arkansas. Doctor John fourth size was last heard from in text messages on May 21st with his fiance, according to his brother, Richard Forsyth also says, on Tuesday, authorities told him the doctor was found dead. Police in Cassill, which is in the Missouri Ozarks, say the sheriff's office embedded county Arkansas is investigating, and an autopsy and official identification were pending. The doctor's car was found unlocked with his wallet two phones, a laptop and other items inside in a remote area near an aquatic parking cast Bill, Richard Forsyth, says his brother had been at the Castile hospital for about 15 years and described him as a doting father family physician and part time math nerd. I'm Julie Walker.
AP News Radio
North Korea spy satellite launch fails as rocket falls into the sea
"North Korea fails to launch its first spy satellite into space. In parts of South Korea and Japan, residents took shelter after North Korea launched a rocket, which later crashed into the sea. Admitting failure is a setback to leader Kim Jong-un's push to boost military capability amid tension with the U.S. and South Korea, but North Korea is now promising to look into what went wrong and try a second launch soon. Any North Korean satellite launch is a violation of UN Security Council resolutions that ban the country from launches that use ballistic technology. I'm Mimi Montgomery
AP News Radio
CEOs got smaller raises. It would still take a typical worker two lifetimes to make their annual pay
"The typical compensation package for chief executives who run S&P 500 companies rose just .9% last year to a median of $14.8 million. That's according to data analyzed for The Associated Press by equilar. That means half the CEOs in the survey made more and half made less. It was the smallest increase since 2015, still the drop is unlikely to quell mounting criticism that CEO pay has become excessively high and the imbalance between company bosses and rank and file workers to wide, Julie Walker, New York
AP News Radio
Debt limit deal heads to vote in full House while McCarthy scrambles for GOP approval
"The debt ceiling and budget deal worked out between House speaker Kevin McCarthy and President Biden has advanced to the full House, where a vote is expected Wednesday. I'm Ben Thomas with a look at its progress. The House rules committee voted 7 to 6 to advance the bill, chairman Tom Cole, an Oklahoma Republican calling it a product of compromise. And reflects the realities of a divided government. We shouldn't allow that to overshadow what this bill accomplishes. It would restrict spending for the next two years while also suspending the nation's debt limit during that time, and the nonpartisan congressional budget office says it reduces deficits by $1.5 trillion over the decade, but South Carolina Republican Ralph Norman also a member of the freedom caucus was disappointed. We had a real bill that was going to make a difference. We did in the original bill. This being watered down is completely takes the teeth out of it. And I see why the Democrats vote for it. I see it now. He and Texas congressman chip Roy, who earlier in the day, said not one Republican should vote for this deal. Join Democrats in opposing the bill's advance. Ranking Democrat Jim mcgovern of Massachusetts accusing the GOP of weaponizing the debt ceiling, saying it's a precedent that will forever haunt the nation. One party can use the full faith and credit of the United States as a hostage to pass their widely unpopular ideas. Adding, someday, hopefully not in my lifetime, but someday there will be a Republican president. And you will remember this moment because what you are trying to do is get things enacted that you could not get done through regular order. Ben Thomas, Washington
AP News Radio
The latest in sports
"EP sports, I'm Josh rowntree, a busy night on the diamond and we start in Canada where the Blue Jays dropped the brewer 7 two. Alejandro Kirk and Vladimir Guerrero junior each had three hits and Kevin biggio had a pair and drove in a run. In Seattle, the Yankees beat the Mariners tend to Aaron judge homered for a third straight game in Houston, the Astros topple the twins 5 one as Alex Bregman, hit his 7th home run of the year. The Orioles dropped the guardians 8 5 Anthony Santander with three hits and three RBIs got our Henderson also drove in three runs. The Padres topped the Marlins 9 four, the rangers out slugged the tigers ten 6 Cincinnati edge Boston 9 8 things to Jose barrero Grand Slam. The mets blank the Phillies to nothing, St. Louis got by the royals two one, while the cubs beat the rays by the same score. The Dodgers beat Washington 9 three and a big change to one of the NBA's marquee franchises, bob Myers departing as president and GM of the Golden State Warriors after winning four titles in an 8 year span. I'm Josh Brown tree, AP sports.
AP News Radio
Bregman, McCormick homer to help Astros beat Twins 5-1
"Alex Bregman finished two for four with a home run and two RBI in the Astros 5 to one win over the twins. Bregman's 7th Homer of the season started a three run second inning and the Astros led from that point on. I think we just came to the park and tried to battle today, trying to swing at good pitches and fortunate enough to do enough early in the game because they pitched really well. Brandon belak held the twins to one run over 5 and two thirds innings with 6 strikeouts while chas McCormick added a two run Homer. Adam spelling Houston
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Guerrero gets 3 hits, Kikuchi earns the win as Blue Jays beat Brewers 7-2
"Toronto scored Ford first inning runs and never looked back at a 7 to one over Milwaukee at Rogers center. Trailing two, nothing that James got to start her Adrian Hauser, thanks to RBIs by Vladimir Guerrero junior in that Chapman. Alejandro Kirk and Kevin bijou scored an inning later who tripled the lead to 6 two. Visual added two hits. In the case, especially when I'm not playing and getting my swing dialed in and making sure my head's not moving a whole lot in my load just so I can see the ball for as long as possible. You say kikuchi went vibing and recorded his 500th career strikeout to improve to 6 and two. Houser took the laws, he falls to one and one. John Luther, Toronto
"two different" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"A high risk of severe disease. Now the twin votes Friday representative blow to the Biden administration sweeping effort to shore up nearly all Americans protections amid the spread of the highly contagious Delta variant. Still, Dr Anthony Fauci said he wasn't disappointed by that decision, he told ABC s this week. The goal of the FDA advisory decision was to Help. Prevent the disease in those most at risk, not necessarily to stop the spread of the delta variant. It is not any more than a couple of weeks away, 2 to 3 weeks or so there are two different concepts there. We would hope. That ultimately when we get the proper vaccination to everyone when we get a more extensive distribution of the boosters that it will have an effect of stopping the spread. But the But the goal of this particular decision was to prevent people from getting serious disease who are at risk, such as the elderly and those who have underlying conditions. So there's a multi step process in this ultimately market. We hope. That enough people would be vaccinated, either with the primary regimen or following a third shot booster with Pfizer that we will get that effect of preventing spread. National Institutes of Health director Dr Francis Collins, predicting broader booster shot approval for most Americans in the next few weeks. Despite Friday's ruling that he told Fox News Sunday that real time data from the U. S and Israel continued to show waning efficacy, among broader groups of people that will need to be addressed soon. And Fauci says those who received Moderno or Johnson and Johnson shots won't have to wait much longer for answers on boosters. It is not any more than a couple of weeks away, 2 to 3 weeks or so away right now, the data coming in from both the J and J as well. Estimated Derna and, you know, people say these individuals being left behind by no means within a few weeks will be examining it in the same manner as we did with the fighter day.
Morbid: A True Crime Podcast
"two different" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast
"The time and even later with tuberculosis patient patients. Fresh air was like a huge thing. We said that in the eastern state penitentiary. They hugs official. Selig's design open-air cells and tuberculosis wards. They would have beds that the head of the bed would be outside and there would be like an awning over utah. Protect you from the weather but you would just be hanging outside. Yeah it is interesting like what they tried to do and you can see the logic in some of it. The wheels were turning. They were they were turner idea. They knew it was long. They knew they were like they're on the right path. Yeah we all gotta get there. It's going to take awhile. Yeah but they were all. This was also really heavily into the period of time when doctors who had just like balide people. Oh yeah like you have a cold. Let's cut you have a headache. let's cut you. You wanna dance with the devil in the pale moonlight. let's cut let's do like we're gonna cut you. That's what we're gonna do bitch. I'll cut you hi. I have a hangnail. Let's cut you and see what happens. All they hemorrhage doubt everybody. I don't know why that was the that was just the blood they were like. We know bloods important. Where we're sure of it. It is and they were right but let's let is very important but there were like i feel like if we just cut you open and just drain a ton of it out of you. We'll figure it out. I don't know they were wrong but they were so a lot of tuberculosis patients and consumption patients would just fee the same thing. I don't know. I just said it was like two different diseases. Well they knew it as consumption. We notice that you're just clarifying but a lot of them would be like bled. Just like i think like george. Washington was bled when he had a cold and he got an like and he literally really didn't need to be led right. Who who does who really needs to be bled you eventually..
News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"two different" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Represent you for financial matters, whether it's business and banking, real estate closing. Things of that nature, and it's to be used. If you're incapacitated. If you're you know, physically just unable to take care of your finances. Let's say you're out of the country and something really needs to be taken care of. Individuals still can represent you. And they asked the scenario. Um and it's really very important document. Uh, it helps avoid. The need for, uh, living probate for going to the probate court for a guardianship or conservatorship. Um Just recently, Uh, in May had several cases in probate court, where, um individuals had petitioned the court for Uh, parties, two different parties to have a guardianship appointed for them, Uh, conservative ship appointed for them. And in all cases, I was able to have these Petitions dismissed, Um, for various reasons, but very strong reason was the fact that they already had durable powers of attorney in place. They already had appointed somebody to represent them. If they ever needed someone, rather than having, uh the court appoint somebody to represent them, so they're pretty strong, very powerful and very important to have You know, you don't need to have it. Even if you don't have a trust. You still need a durable power of attorney. You still need a health care power of attorney. Um, as you stated To avoid probate during your lifetime..
"two different" Discussed on 600 WREC
"In Atlanta Boy, Would that be nice or road trip? At the final legendary performance. Uh, no doubt an icon in the business, but that's it for Elton. Well, how about this? Are you interested in going into space? You know, there's these Private companies that are going to be launching folks up, you know, for 20 minute rides and you come back. It's pricey, of course. Um, I don't think I'm leaving our atmosphere. But would you jump into a balloon? And fly to the edge of space if you had the opportunity Once again, uh, not sure I'm doing. I don't think I'd get in a balloon that more than 100 ft in the air. Uh, station here in Birmingham Magic 96.5 that I worked for as well and do the afternoon show years ago when they first signed on the air. Back in the eighties, the station head The Magic 96 hot air balloon as the, uh, I don't want to say mascot but as a station, entity or promotional tool that we would take out two different remote and give people tethered rides in the hot air balloon. I did that once. Um, I've never ridden on a hot air balloon and traveled like they have these hot air balloon big festivals that go on out western Arizona, and I've got a huge one. They're never done that, um I'm a little weird on heights. Not that big of a fan, but there's a Florida company now offering flights to the edge of space for what might count as discount space travel. Uh huh. Space perspective plans to fly eight passengers and a pilot aboard a high tech version of a hot air balloon, the.
Earn Your Happy
"two different" Discussed on Earn Your Happy
"But we want the same thing we just in that that had to keep pulling us out of kind of like these heated discussions of like well. That's not what i want for my life. That's not why i worked harder. That's not you know so. It's not easy. It's not like we just had these conversations and it was easy. They were not comfortable. They weren't fun. We struggled with them But we had to keep reminding ourselves that we do want the same thing and that's number three over communicate your long term goals. You know problems happen when you're two different seasons when you are not coming back to the big vision the long term goals the big vision is that we both want a certain type of retirement. We both want a certain type of lifestyle and we both want a certain type of impact and all these things we just happened to be in two different seasons right. I just coming out of a massive push season. I want some space allen. Some fun you're in a massive push season. You already had some space yet. Had some fun and so you need to over communicate your long term goals because when you can stay centered on the thing that unites you when you can stay centered on the thing that bonds you then that makes it easier to coexist in two different seasons an honor where the other person's at cia it's interesting i had to like really look at where i was making up a story as well like like what story i wish i i'm choosing to adopt. Just as far as do. I have to be burnt-out. Can i actually not travel. Because i started with like. I don't wanna go anywhere. You know like i just wanna be grounded in of. That's not even a. That's not a compromise. Because i started with like. I don't wanna leave all this year and then it was like okay. Could i actually leave for a week or two. What would that look like. If i feel like i need to be working with you know. Lauren who has essentially my amazing partner in building this right now. What would that look like if she had to come with like if okay. If i'm getting maximum work and we just plow through everything. What would that look. Like if maybe i met her for a week on the road and then the other week it was without her and so getting really creative. Like if i okay You know we had the discussion. Like i don't work great in the rv like we can travel across country in it. But what would it look like to maybe potentially get an airbnb Once we get there so i can have better working space. I think it's just getting creative in your season. And saying where can you compromise and where you not willing to give because entering that conversation with friends and family is going to be a little bit easier than you being like. No this is what i want. It's like okay. We know what you really want so like. See what your north star is but then see where you can compromise. you know. that's a great segue into us. It's time to try new things as number four year saying. Hey my story is. I operate one way but i'm gonna use this opportunity to try. New things will play souped ideas. I'm why couldn't my team come to me. Why couldn't we you know do different plans of what we saw. For example. my voters are trying new. Things is. I wanted to be on the road. My mom who spends winters in arizona and spends summers up at the lake house in wisconsin. She had to go home and k seventy two year old bomb you know. Grab your own dog and drive your own self cross country. That's not right. I saw an opportunity. Wait if i want to be on the road in. The motorhome is here. And i need help. Mom get home. Why don't i make vacation with mom out of it and guess what it turned out to be awesome created so many epic memories that we would have created otherwise because we tried new things. And then what did i do. I said hey. I need a co-pilot on the way home so i asked your dad to come back with me and you got to come back. And i got to spend a whole bunch of days with him. Getting to know him. Better and creating new memories. With laura's dad that i went have created otherwise so trying new things out of a situation where we're a different seasons actually resulted in brand new gifts that we would have had otherwise And so it's just a really good point number four there is don't be afraid to try new things. Don't be afraid to play super idea. Time as as we call it from our friends. Robin kim migratory. Because that's when some of the hidden gifts show up you know and i think one of the things. I'm really tapping into is when circumstances aren't going my way and they're less than perfect. I'm always like it's never perfect. But how can you show up in this. Like how can you make the best of it. And i think as entrepreneurs that is where that's that's make or break like if you can't show up in different circumstances you're never gonna make it so using the different circumstances as life school as exercise as the. I don't love this. This is not perfect. I don't wanna be here right now in building this but can i just like make it work. That's how a lot of days look if we're being real right like oh my god. We have seven people in the house today. The dogs are barking. We were supposed to be recording modules or podcasts. All day not ideal can't change it. How are we going to make it work. I don't want to be in the rv. I have no cell service. I have no wifi. let's say in the past. Were fixing that problem. Okay not ideal what can you do. How can you fit that into a smaller pocket. Or how can you stop at a truck. Stop and get as much as you can done. Like and those are random examples. But what i'm trying to say is how can you make it work in a less than ideal circumstance that and number five is fine to people in the same season as you and this is something you've done really well guess i'm finding some my guy friends where as you know i go and we fly. We meet up. We meet once a month to have dinner so i can keep those relationships because we are in more of a fun summer season something we always do but now we're really doing it right and laurie. You're finding people in the same season as you. People were like in go mode is and understand some of the situations that urine. Yeah i like when. I'm in that season that urine. I absolutely want to be surrounded by those people. To thrive in it really utilize it and enjoy that energy of like a bit of freedom. A bit of exploration of space which always brings the best ideas right in. I'm already in idea about and now i'm in implementation integration which i want to be around those people who are also in it You know. I only want to talk about business. I only want to like. I wanna work on the weekends. I wanna have a little bit of fun. But like i wanna do everything that supports it. I want to be as healthy. As i can be right now to support my energy levels in my mind my mindset and all of those things i wanna only be talking about how. This vision is going to come to life. I only want to talk to other business. People who are talking about the same thing like it's challenging for me to just talk about. I don't know not business. And i want to honor that because that's how you get something burst into the world and You know i think yes. Can it go to unhealthy point. I'm sure but who's to say. What about anyone's life like. That's that's kind of where i struggle as well as who's to say that they're not just in a season that's just isn't there years to get something huge burston out into the world or it's their season. Maybe not do that the only way the you find the answer. Those things is by honoring the season year end. And so what do you find yourself in different seasons with friends. Different seasons with significant other's differences with business partners guys. This can actually be a really beautiful thing. Follow these tips right. Honor your season as for what you need over. Communicate your long term goals Use this time to try new things and find people who are in the same season as you to support you you do that and you can actually find beautiful things and accelerate whatever season. You are in and have a win win for everybody guys. I hope that this helped you just to like settle into where you're at. Let it be okay. I think that's the biggest thing is like. Give yourself the permission to either. Be in a season where you're open and you're questioning and you're recharging and you're relaxing or you're in go mode and you're not apologizing for it because you're communicating to your family and your friends love our guest. Thanks for listening. I promise we will continue to always be in podcast season and continue to bring you whatever is real for us in the moment and meantime thanks for listening. We always appreciate you..
Earn Your Happy
"two different" Discussed on Earn Your Happy
"And we're back with another episode of. He said she said we skipped a week. Did hey guys. Were sorry that we skipped the week. You are on the road and we all do. You could literally be together in order to record. And here's one of the things. A lot of people will record their podcasts. With what we call a long time meaning You're recording this month. A whole batch of podcast come over the next few months laurien. I typically like to do more real time podcasters. Not a writer way wrong of doing it but i know for my solos and even for these. We'd like to talk about what's real and a moment was going on right now You know what. What are we in countering. What are we working through. What's happened in their lives and and So that's the way that we record these. Unfortunately i was on the road for two weeks which is going to be a part of this podcast because his podcast titled how to survive. When you're different seasons yeah and and could we have done that quite possibly but we just had this moment where. It was like so stressful. For both of our schedules. He was on the road. He couldn't get anywhere in. We were like you know. We'll just let it go. Yeah there are times and business when you need to just let it go. And we are super consistent pretty much everywhere in life well in mesa great lead into how to survive when you're in two different seasons so let's start with the basis before we showed the tips of what it means to be in two different seasons because we're talking not just two couples who might be in two different seasons. We're not talking. We're talking not just to business partners. Who might be two different seasons but also to france this time in your life where you find that. Hey i'm in business mode Business building mode or season and my friends are in like going out and meeting new friends. Vote yeah i mean if you're in startup phase at all if this is new to you and you're like switching gears or pivoting i'm guessing your friends are probably in a different season. That new york exactly so if you're a couple that's different seasons business partners that are in different seasons or friends or different seasons. This podcast is for you and the first tip. The most important thing is honor your season. Don't back down from the season that you know you're in guys. Some of the big challenges of the biggest problems in life come from yuna honoring. Either when you need rest in your season of rest or when you're in a season of push because baby you are ready to go. Yeah it was really interesting. I kind of like after my book. I took a year to kind of figure out. My life and i was definitely a slower season meaning. I just had ever knew what i was doing. I knew i needed to show for my podcast. Certain launches things like that but outside of that. I was of taking some time to myself to figure out what i wanted to do next. And it was really interesting. Because i was in a slower season a very contemplative season and then when i when i realized what i wanted to do next i was really in like rocketship mode and it's funny as soon as i switch. This is going to happen. You guys to the slow season. All i saw was like my friends hustling and then when i became an rocketship mode this message amongst a lot of the people i was hanging out. West started to come into like this. Go slow. surrender. Stop hustling hustle. Isn isn't and while yes it's true. Permanent hustle is not healthy. I was in the telling a woman who is giving birth to a child to stop giving birth like. That's how it felt. I was like this idea needs to come out. I am in rocketship mode. Like don't tell me not to use everything that i have to get this out there so i wanna give you permission first of all for whatever season your en en route to honor that and know that it's something that has to come out and you can't stop in the middle of the birthing process just because you're not being supported or your friends aren't showing up for you. So how are you going to get through that and just like the year where you are taking a lot of time off the faroe what you really truly wanted to do next. You couldn't not honored that season either or you continue down the path of doing something. That was no longer as fulfilling and it went. Have given you the ideas of got. I know what i would do next. Yeah that's really huge. You know just even this last weekend. I almost works through the whole holiday. Weekend and i had a moment on sunday where i was going to work on sunday and monday and i was like wait. I know this feeling. I have a lot of creative things that need to come through. And if i end up working i'm not going to have space night. So many things come through for me from just even just two small days of space. So i want to let you know like when you are in that mode of slowing down there so much happening if i didn't if i wouldn't have slowdown i wouldn't have had days and days and months and months to ask different questions and really look at it from different angles and my company would not be born right now and i already know that it clear and so with this first tip of on your season we also have to understand. There's big seasons and mini seasons so the big season is. I'm taking six months off to rest and recoup and i'm get back grinder Big seasons are hey. I am starting to start up a raising money. I'm launching the business right. Those are six to twelve months seasons or sometimes twenty four months seasons but the mini seasons are. I need three days to completely clear everything. Even though i'm in a push season because i need a breather perspective. I need some clarity. I need some space. And so you're going to have many seasons that are the antithesis to the big season that you're in and that's always the way it's going to be but number one on your season number to ask for what you need and you've done such a good job of this and let me frame it so you know here. We moved from l. A. to One of the things that you know about arizona's is just too damn hot for three to four months and so the plan all along was. Hey we're gonna live here in arizona than year we're gonna escape Using that awesome motorhome that we have for you know three to four months and go somewhere cooler. And we've had a boat that we keep a at a lake oprah wisconsin and we'll go up there and we'll see the country etc cetera except even though the broad plan that doesn't fit lawry's seasoned right now and she's done a great job of asking for what she needs as tip them to ask for it. you need. She hasn't been afraid to say chris. This is not the year for that chris. This is not the year. I could be on the road for three months. Chris this is not the year. I could be up at the lake for three months. This is the year. I need to be here in. Sure we could have a couple of mini getaways We can have a smaller abbreviated time. Not the three months. But i can't do the three month thing this year because this business is made you know this is my make or break it moment. This is my push season. And because she is so unapologetically asked for what she needs. It's been easier for me to know what operating with. And it's been easier for me to understand how i can support her instead of making assumptions. We're going to do one thing and then all of a sudden out that we're gonna do something different. Yeah in it. It wasn't i if i'm being super real. It wasn't easy for me to ask for that. Because i knew that i was breaking your expectation of what you wanted You know maybe what you pictured. Maybe what you had carved out near season. And i knew it was a big ask You know. I know that you have this motorhome that you want to be using. I know that you really want to be traveling. I know that you are better at working from anywhere than me. I really struggle. I don't want that to be my story but it's just kind of like i feel very grounded when i'm in one spot working in creating You know what my by staff that. I work with daily here that i like really really work. Well with that holds me accountable and i i show up really well so that was actually challenging. And you and i you and i had some fights over it and You know and a lot of it is because of what. I was even the stories that i was building in my head but it wasn't. It wasn't easy but we you have to keep on coming back and having conversations around it in one thing that we said during some of maybe are are heated moments or maybe only my heated moment. I'm not really sure what it was. All heated it's june in. They're all frigging hot zone. Okay was we had to keep saying. Hey hey we want the same thing like you said at once i set at once. I said it like five times differences.
Earn Your Happy
"two different" Discussed on Earn Your Happy
"Because that's when some of the hidden gift show up welcome to the earn. Your happy podcast. I'm laurie harder. Founder of light pink bestselling author three time world champion and. I'm a crazy multi passionate entrepreneur. My journey has taken me everywhere from being broke waitress. Arista retails associate and personal trainer with massive anxiety and nobly in myself to later becoming a multimillionaire in love with my life in two thousand seven. My husband and i lost everything we found ourselves hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt at rock bottom. We had no ideas. And i had no education to fall back on. This is when i found personal development and learned everything. I could about business not by choice. But because i've realized no one was coming to save me the conversations on this podcast are going to let you know that you're not alone and that we all feel like we don't know what we're doing. We're going to give you the tools to help you. Face your fears take action. Start your business and grow those massive dreams that are keeping you up at night. It's time to create a life that you can't hide from and put so much on the line that your higher self is forced to come out. You're gonna stop waiting for someone to approve of you and you're going to anoint yourself. Because i'm obsessed about building businesses that give women a platform. I wanna feature you so if you text the word podcast. Two three one zero four nine six eight three six three. You can get your questions answered on our qna segment along with a shoutout. And if you rate review and subscribe.
Earn Your Happy
"two different" Discussed on Earn Your Happy
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"two different" Discussed on Getting Shiggi with...
"We need to be careful with labels because they're great no doubt they're great. They're helpful our names or labels as well of course if someone mispronounced spells. My name i i pop into i vessel every time. Someone spells my name where the why. Because i'm like. It always happens often. Spelt my name right. You can see it. If you're watching us you can see in the bottom left corner. it's with an i and if you pronounce your vowels in the two different ways. I meant to be done it. It still makes sense. If it's shige with an i a shaky shaky if he's spotted with an e. I probably understand that more. But like a why she The only would associate without a sloppy labels are important another tangent. I'm going off on to look for wise if you say a. e. pi. I she guy that would make sense..
The Sports Comedy Show
"two different" Discussed on The Sports Comedy Show
"Record books as diverse catcher to catch a no hitter from two different pitchers on two different teams graduates to victor cantini. He bared down drum grove. In together they did some great work they did day. Perfection san diego big big news for them. Big for the padres. They're pitching is come through there getting needed during a tough division with the dodgers so good luck to them and i thought that was a story worth mentioning. Now as i said. We're gonna go ahead and start looking.
The Canine Paradigm
"two different" Discussed on The Canine Paradigm
"It's what they call like trickle down effect dried said they constantly go to bigger budget. They constantly being pushed out to find out how the style for roy they implemented themselves. But then what happens is they have to push that down. So then you'll get an sf embedded with regular army and he's job is to try and be like. Hey this is how we're doing things now so there's two different guys is one who's out the front grabbing new information and bringing it into the unit..
The Next Level Life Podcast
"two different" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast
"Get to a place of being comfortable. if we haven't decided to change our motivation strategy then we can often always try and be motivated by pints. We actually make things harder for ourselves. Because we're trying to push away from pine we create pine we create drama. We create things in our lives and businesses. That a painful enough that we feel motivated to do something about it right. It's very unsustainable. It's quite exhausting. there's no need for it. We can actually work on shifting it in the way that we do. That is two different things. So if you recognize that you're in that place where you sledding to get comfortable or if you recognize that you said to sabotage yourself and you feel motivated again once you feel comfortable again. Then it's deciding to actually change your motivation strategy. So firstly it's shifting from needing to get motivated to creating momentum then what you wanna do is not to reset your goals so often we have gotten to a place. We've achieved a certain level of success and we kind of like take our foot off the accelerator where we hit the brakes or we even get to a point where we go. I never thought this was even possible getting to here and now it's like oh my god. Do i feel an easy here. Do i feel safe. I feel like what do feel and sorry. We can be in this real on as of not knowing how to feel in those moments and then from that place we would usually be motivated by our feelings and so then if we don't feel motivated by cause more pain within a reactive to the way that we feel so. There's a couple of different things that you can do here so when you recognize that this is what's happening for you. We want to shift motivation from pain to pleasure and the way that we do that. Is we re evaluate where we want to guard so often like..
"two different" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"There was a collision of two different Americas that was evident in this trial. And that it wasn't about the fax wasn't about guilt or innocence in some ways that felt it at least to me about the defense of a particular way of life alongside of deep seated self political interests. And those two things mix that become a deadly mix an interesting sorts of ways when it becomes when it comes to the safety and security of our democracy. This collision of two different Americas is something that President President Biden will have to address. How do we talk about the underlying values that connect these two Americas? How do we begin to bridge Because what we saw and what I'm hearing out of the mouth of Senator Lindsey Graham, R folks who hold a different view of what this country should be. And the tri alot of what we are, in some ways in the trial reflected that and you know what it reminded me of Willie. It reminded me of those trials in the context of the 19 sixties in the South, where there was no concern about guilt. No concern about the fax on Leah defense of a way of life. That's what I felt. That's what I saw, and we have to figure out how we're going to address it. Oh, my gosh. Now we get that the the acquittal of Trump is Some kind of, you know, white supremacist plot or or this is part of the Propping up a white supremacy. I mean, the left it really It really does feel like they're living in an alternate reality. President Trump did not. It was not an insurrection. He did not call for an insurrection. It was not a white supremacist insurrection. You go down this whole list of all these things that keep saying all these things. And it's exhausting. It's just simply exhausting honestly. Have to always go into it and sake, stop lying. Stop lying about this. We don't need We don't need you to do this anymore. We've heard enough Trump lies. He's not president anymore. Please stop. But it's just the way the audience for the left has been trained. It's the way that they've been convinced to approach these things. This is this is where it all is. Right now. This is their focus. They can't point to the genius of the Biden administration. That's for sure. I mean, I've known all along One of the challenges that they were gonna have is trying to prop this whole thing up. The Biden administration. Was going to be so Inept. And it would be so obvious to everyone. What would be able to see is just well. Exactly this. We'll be able to see is the bite administration over promises and under delivers. And simply doesn't have the ability to govern in the way that it led people to believe it's just not going. Happen. And yet, here we are. Here We are the bite administration getting all kinds of Support from the media. And where does the Republican Party go Right now? This ability to you'll see a lot of this. We'll see a lot of this Jeff Flake. I mean, this guy that he gets any air time anywhere that anybody cares with. Jeff Flake figs about Anything is remarkable. Although he's he's kind of like the Lincoln Project, which is also having a very bad month. The Lincoln Project, which only exists on Lee gets credibility because it pretends that they're fake apostates right? An apostate of someone who leaves a religion. In this case, it's someone who would be leaving the Republican Party. But they're not even really that they were never Republicans in the first place. They were whatever they have to be there. Just mercenaries. They were never ideologically invested. They never cared. It was never about the cause. Was by lining pockets was about making money. Anyway, Here's here's fake Flake plays 16. If you look at what's happened since President Trump was elected, we lost the White House. We lost the happier than 400 legislative seats nationwide. So there's really no future with Trumpism. So we've got to move on. It's difficult because the president's base is still there, but we have to move on. And what if you don't? What if it Just is the bush trump..
"two different" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"For two different reasons. First Congresswoman Liz Cheney, who made some of her fellow Republicans Mad Fox is Rachel Sutherland has more live. Dave, The Wyoming Republican, is still part of the party's a team in the House after a secret ballot vote to keep Paris conference chair. Some members wanted to remove her from leadership because she voted to impeach President Trump. Cheney said the 1 45 to 61 vote shows a party once a unified front. We're not gonna be divided and that we're not going to be in a situation where people can pick off any member of leadership. During a meeting ahead the vote. Chaney refused to apologize for her impeachment stands and later told reporters she doesn't regret it. Dave no to that other GOP congresswoman who's only been in the House for a month. Marjorie Taylor Greene is totally out of control. Congressman Hakeem Jeffries says she's a Cuban on sympathizer who's spread conspiracy theories. In the Democrat's plan, a vote today tried to take her off. Committee's Republican congressman Andy Biggs, opposes that Marjorie Taylor Greene. If this happens will just be the start. They would go after a couple other people that it'll be somebody else. Green reportedly apologized to her GOP colleagues yesterday for her past statements. Also at the House Democrats approved a budget resolution with instructions to begin work on a $1.9 trillion recovery plan proposed by President Biden designed to meet the needs of a country that has been devastated by disease. And recession. Senate Majority Leader truck, Schumer says the president wants lawmakers to go big vote on a budget resolution is expected this week in the Senate. Even his Republican leader, Mitch McConnell, says the Democrats go it alone strategy undermines bipartisan unity. That's Fox is Jared Halpern is a manhunt in Texas Day two for two suspects after a police officer was shot. Balconies..
WNYC 93.9 FM
"two different" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"All of his music, even his allegedly composed pieces sort of blur the distinction between the composed in the improvised He's sort of an alloy of composed and improvised music. And, in fact, Alloy is the name of one of the records that tie Sean Story has recorded. And which will hear a bit of his well on this edition of new Sounds. I'm John Shafer will check in with Tai Shan story, And here's some of the music as it was recorded by the crash ensemble in Cincinnati at the music now festival in just a moment. But let's begin with this piece called Cascade in slow motion from Taishan stories trio and an album called Verisimilitude. Yeah. Yeah. Tayshaun story trio with Corey smiled on piano, Chris Tardini on base tie, Shaun himself playing drums and percussion cascade and slow motion from a 2017 album called Verisimilitude. Hi Sean. Story featured on this edition of new sounds. He is composer conductor improviser. He is winner of the MacArthur Award. The MacArthur Fellowship, the so called Genius Award. And in the spring of 2018. He was one of the featured artists at the music Now festival in Cincinnati Festival that was started by Bryce Designer the guitarist from the National who was also a sought after classical composer and, like Thai, Shawn Easily exists in and between several musical worlds. And so it seemed to me that this was a kind of particularly appropriate festival for Thai Sean Story. So, Taishan it seems like we're getting to see and hear two different sides of your music right here at the festival. Definitely it Z So great to be a part of the festival like this. And you know, I like being in a place where it's you know, neutral like this. You know where this sort of idea of Genera mobility. You know, it's sort of allowed, you know, because often you know, it's a lot different from let's say a jazz festival. You know where, you know people kind of expect, you know, one kind of thing. You know when you participate in something like that. But this is far different from that. You can't really expect anything. And as my model usually goes, if you come to any of my concerts, like, do not go in there expecting anything. Just go in there and listen, and that's all that. You know. This is this is just the only requirement you know in the music. You know, it seems that people try toe. Going with some sort of expectation about what they're going to get, and then when they don't get that, then you know it's just set themselves up for failure in that way, and then they're disappointed in music, and it's like, well, I don't want people to be disappointed. You know, so just don't expect nothing. And then you know if it inspires you great, And if it doesn't in order so many other people you can see who will inspire you. And so that's how that goes well, but there's also something to be said for people walking with expectations, which would then completely subverted because I know for me. That's all. Those are often the most memorable concerts where I thought I knew what I was in four and I got something totally different. Yeah, well, that's test. There's something to be said about that, too. For sure. I definitely agree. So we have two different Events here. One of them is your music played by the crash ensemble. Right? The Dublin New Music group, and then we have the Tai Shan story trio. Right? Do you see it is two different sides, or they kind of coming from the same place kind of coming from the same place. I mean, not say, um Well, the process. Obviously, the music making process is a different I mean, they're dear music making processes of different from one another. In terms of you know how chamber ensemble musicians operate versus how so called improvisers whatever operate but in terms of the language of the music. All of that, In terms of you know, the spontaneity, spontaneous aspect of it. I'd say that they're definitely you know, they have similar similar senses of belonging to one another, I would say. So tell me a little bit about the pieces that the crash ensemble is playing. Well, the question someone will be presenting a version of my real time. A little sketchy as Aum's, which is a hybrid conducted improvisation language that I've developed out of my work that I've done with Butch Morris as well as the work that I've done with Anthony Braxton. And also a lot of my own props and gestures and visual cues and things like that, for the ensemble toe do in real time. So in a sense, you know its composition, but at the same time, it's also Sort of improvisation as well. You know, that is Tai Shan. Sorry. Recorded at the music now Festival 2018 in Cincinnati on did he conducted the crash ensemble? The auto sketchy as Mum's The word Scared E. ASM is an obscure and perhaps even obsolete word that Essentially means kind of improvised writing. So these air auto sketchy as Aum's that Tai Shan story has written but which he also conducts. Using the techniques of the late Butch Morris on Anthony Braxton. Walter Thompson, here in New York has also done this conducted improvisation sort of thing, and we'll talk a bit more about that. But here is Some of the performance by the crash Ensemble from Dublin. Conducted by Tai Shan. Story. Okay? Okay? No. Yeah. Mm hmm. Auto sketchy as Aum's by Tayshaun sorry the name refers to a kind of extemporaneous or improvised writing, and in this case It's.
TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"two different" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"All right, Jeff Keeper. He is my guest. He is the owner operator. CS A certified chimney sweep out of Loveland, Ohio, and Jess. Um one. Well, let's just get back to the questions and then hopefully have time national another one before you're at And I promise you'll be out of here as promised. Bill, welcome. Well, Happy New Year deal. Yeah, I have a question. I have anyone burning fireplace that we used to use all the time. It was exactly thing on every summer would have it cleaned and reamed and everything. That's fact that about 78 years ago when I had it inspected, Red tagged. It basically said, we either head Chimney fire. Or that Sidney got struck by lightning in the flu assault craft. So that point when they gave us the price between, like five and eight grand to fix that, I told my wife, the mantle is now a decorative tank. Oh, uh, I'm looking to get it fired back up again, and, uh, when they talk to me, they had two different options. The place looked at it, Uh, toe, just fix the problem. One of them was almost taken us squeegee and almost like squeezing and some practice, worried to see all the crack. And then the other one WASP. The insert of a Thing with steel flue liner all the way up it down, because sound like two options to fix something like that. They certainly do that more. The two of them more. Tom and 11 of the one you're describing is the typically the Heat shield method, which is a great system this out there because with the 20 year warranty manufactured here in the states Over in Indiana. We use that product as well. The stainless steel liner system as long this put in, and the Ul listed system is a great alternative as well. But just to encourage I would Whenever you've got damaged like that, everything like that is verifiable. So I don't know how they Showed it to you if it was a video camera what? But on our National Chimney Sweep Guild website. There's a great article about getting a few different estimates. And I would encourage you to, you know, get the estimates verify everything is Um, you know, as they described and you'll you'll typically get you know most of our national chimney Sweep. Guild members are dedicated education education to the to the client, so they'll help you out with What would would be best for your system. So that's where I That's where I would begin. But, uh, you know, getting the three estimates getting you know some of that advice from some of the guys have been Doing this for decades would be where I I lied you now I know that without looking at it, you can't tell. But does that sound like an average price to fix the flu for? It's on the first it's on in the basement. Two story house You're looking at probably close to a 30 ft flu, probably right. That isn't that isn't a normal ballpark range, so I don't think Astronomical or anything like that. But I would definitely get it, you know, checked out and verified. You know, it's like anything in life and get a couple bucks and you No way, but your best option would be. What do you know? Is that something? Homeowners insurance could typically cover I'm never the question for my insurance company. That is that's up to you See, Commonly that the Inter take You expect my lightning that you had a chimney fire. Um Definite something insuring my my experience that last 40 years? Yes, I've seen that where it's covered, but you know it. Definitely, you know, talk to your agent. It doesn't hurt to ask and get him out there in love out. And if you got the video or can get that video if they showed you on, get that for them also. So good luck with that bill. I appreciate to call and I've got a real quick when we got about 40 seconds left, Jeff Alright fireplace on the first floor fireplace on the bottom smoke coming through the basement fireplace. Any quick cures. There are quick. Here's one would be atop mount a damper on the lower level fireplace to stop that crossover if it's coming from the top, But if it's Breach in between them. Then we've got to figure out what what is happening. They're so increased in the height of one of the flu's compared the other is always an alternative as well. So That would be something that you know. You get a member out there, Toe look and running a check it all out. How often should we have our chimney inspected and our fireplace inspected annually. Annually..
"two different" Discussed on WGN Radio
"That has two different sets of lyrics. The first written by Oscar Hammerstein, the second and Otto Harbach in 1934. The second written by Dorothy Fields in 1935. Two sets of lyrics share little, but the common refrain of I won't dance. The second set of lyrics is the much better known one and the song in this form has been covered by many artists, including Sinatra. Here's The Live version of I Won't Dance. E won't dance. Don't ask me I won't dance. Don't ask me. I want them with you, Madame. My heart won't let my feet do things that they should do. You know what? You're lovely. You know what you are so lovely on do what you do mean. I'm like an ocean wave that's bumped on Shaw. I feel so absolutely stumped. On the floor. But when you guys you're charming and you're gentle. Especially when you do the continental. But this feeling isn't surely metal because heaven rest us. I am not as investors on and that's why I won't dance. How could I? I won't dance. How should I know? I won't dance. Merci, Beau coup. I know that music leads the way to romance. So if I hold you in my eyes I won't dance. I won't dance. Don't ask me I will not dance. Don't ask me I won't dance with you, Madame. My heart won't let my feet do things that they want to do. You know what? You're a Gasser ring a ding ding. How real grabber. You know what You do to me? I'm like in ocean wave That's bumped on Shaw my field so absolutely stumped on long. When you dance, you charming and your general, especially when you do the Continental But this feeling isn't purely metal. Because heaven rest of I am not as best..