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"two thousand nine ten years" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand nine ten years" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"He can say it better than I and he did. ridiculous this is how you would destroy the country. destroy a hundred and fifty years of economic progress in human progress. because the left. has gone mainstream media because the left has devoured the Democrat party. because of academia because of the ideologues. and here we are making damn fools of ourselves. you know liberty in Tunisian was written some time ago the one point five million of you purchased a copy of it in one form or another came out in two thousand nine ten years ago. ten in the book I point the doctor John break now retired professor of industrial instrumentation university of south Hampton in Britain. he composed a list of alarmist claims in newspapers that man made global warming causes is cost. several years ago I read the whole list I won't do that to you this evening but I'll give you a sense for what it says. the media. the media propaganda ten and a half years ago. and before and since. man made climate change. what is it causing. to have a better color. acne agricultural land increase Afghan poppies destroyed Africa devastated African aids threatened Africa in conflict aggressive weeds air pressure changes Alaska reshaped allergies increase the Alps melting the Amazon a desert the American dream ended in Sabians breeding earlier in Sabians not breeding..

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"two thousand nine ten years" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand nine ten years" Discussed on WTVN

"Electron. electron wool. it doesn't punish doesn't reward he doesn't judge at all it just is and so we for a little while. well ladies and gentlemen he can say it better than I and he did. how ridiculous this is how you would destroy our country. destroy a hundred and fifty years of economic progress in human progress. because the left. has gone mainstream media because the left has devoured the Democrat party. because of academia because of the ideologues. and here we are making damn fools of ourselves. you know liberty in Tunisian was written some time ago at one point five million of you purchased a copy of it in one form or another came out in two thousand nine ten years ago. ten in the book I point the doctor John break now retired professor of industrial instrumentation university of south Hampton in Britain. he composed a list of alarmist claims in newspapers that man made global warming causes is cost. several years ago I read the whole list I will do that to you this evening but I'll give you a sense for what it says. the media. the media propaganda ten and a half years ago. and before and since. man made climate change. what is it causing. in alphabetical order. acne agricultural land increase Afghan poppies destroyed Africa devastated African aids threatened Africa in conflict aggressive weeds air pressure changes Alaska reshaped allergies increase the Alps melting the Amazon a desert the American dream ended in Serbians breeding earlier in Fabian's not breeding. ancient farce dramatically changed animals head for the hills Antarctic ice grows Antarctica shrinks Antarctic sea life at risk anxiety treatment algal blooms archaeology cool sites threatened arctic bogs melt arctic in bloom arctic ice freeze our take lakes disappear arctic tundra to burn the Atlantic less salty the Atlantic more salty atmospheric circulation modified attack of the killer jelly fish avalanches reduced avalanches increased Baghdad snow Bahrain underwater bandannas grow beer shortage beetle infestation better beer big melt faster.

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"two thousand nine ten years" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand nine ten years" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"It doesn't reward he doesn't judge at all he just is I saw a week for a little while. well ladies and gentlemen he can say it better than I did. how ridiculous this is how you would destroy a country. destroy a hundred and fifty years of economic progress in human progress. because the left. has gone mainstream media because the left has devoured the Democrat party. because of academia because of the ideologues. and here we are making damn fools of ourselves. you know liberty in Tunisian was written sometime ago at one point five million of you purchased a copy of it in one form or another came out in two thousand nine ten years ago. ten in the book I point the doctor John break now retired professor of industrial instrumentation university of Southampton in Britain. he composed a list of alarmist claims in newspapers that man made global warming causes is cost. several years ago I read the whole list I will do that to you this evening but I'll give you a sense for what it says. the media. the media propaganda ten and a half years ago. and before and since. man made climate change. what is it causing. in alphabetical order. acne agricultural land increase Afghan poppies destroy Africa devastated African aids threatened Africa in conflict aggressive weeds air pressure changes Alaska reshaped allergies increase the Alps melting the Amazon a desert the American dream ended in stadiums breeding earlier in Sabians not breeding. ancient farce dramatically changed.

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"two thousand nine ten years" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand nine ten years" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"The electron wool. it doesn't punish doesn't reward doesn't judge at all it just is I saw a week for a little while. well ladies and gentlemen he can say it better than I and he did. how ridiculous this is how you would destroy the country. destroy a hundred and fifty years of economic progress in human progress. because the left. has gone mainstream media because the left has devoured the Democrat party. because of academia because of the ideologues. and here we are making damn fools of ourselves. you know liberty international was written some time ago at one point five million of you purchased a copy of it in one form or another came out in two thousand nine ten years ago. and in the book I point the doctor John break now retired professor of industrial instrumentation university of south Hampton in Britain. he composed a list of alarmist claims in newspapers that man made global warming causes is cost. several years ago I read the whole list I won't do that to you this evening but I'll give you a sense for what it says. the media. the media propaganda ten and a half years ago. and before and since. man made climate change. what is it causing. to now for about a quarter. acne agricultural land increase Afghan poppies destroyed Africa devastated African aids threatened Africa in conflict aggressive weeds air pressure changes Alaska reshaped allergies increase the Alps melting the Amazon a desert the American dream ended in Serbians breeding earlier in Fabian's not breeding. ancient farce dramatically changed animals head for the hills Antarctic ice grows Antarctica shrinks Antarctic sea life at risk anxiety treatment algal blooms archaeology go sites threatened arctic bogs melt arctic in bloom arctic ice freeze our take lakes disappear arctic tundra to burn the Atlantic less salty the Atlantic more salty atmospheric circulation modified attack of the killer jelly fish avalanches reduced avalanches increased Baghdad snow Bahrain underwater bandannas grow beer shortage beetle infestation better beer big melt faster.

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"two thousand nine ten years" Discussed on Z104

Z104

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand nine ten years" Discussed on Z104

"Thought something like this would actually come to life. But yet here we are. And it's deeply humbling and weird kinda weird. Over friends and family were there and the guy who introduced her to come up and get her star. I would walk her co-star from one of Jordan's favorite movie as a walk to remember, Shane, west shave best movie ever. So sweet our door is confused. Okay. So many more hasn't had an album out since two thousand nine ten years ago. Okay. Her last movie that I even know was Ralph breaks here, and she was just a voice over tangled in two thousand and then just give it a huge your watch your fault. She is the star of this. Yeah. Was show is that. That's. This is the fire house. She gets a walk of Hollywood's legit. And tv. Many movies. She's gone three for three homing. She was music. Music star with three six mafia should get a star. Jay. I feel very corny. Don't have one horny issues. It's really easy to get one of those people signatures. No one hundred percent jersey, and you pay for somebody started talent. Oh my gosh. You're so naive and so true TV lighted for tonight Ellen's game of games NCIS. This is us starring Mandy Moore. Shaggy rouse, the rookie and season finale of temptation island who will go home with who. Or who will go home itching? Who's gonna miss the show when it leaves? Yeah. That's eight thirty one time for young..

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"two thousand nine ten years" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand nine ten years" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Was addicted to crack cocaine at the worst part of your addiction. How much how many hits a crack we doing a day? Oh, I was doing daily, you know, a couple hundred dollars a day easy. It got to the point that drug dealers intervention. I'm always up for fourteen days, and and they'd stage the center bench, and I said was downtown Minneapolis. And I and I go what are you guys doing? We're cut you off you've been up fourteen days. I probably went to sleep. I went down to the streets of Minneapolis and two o'clock in the morning, and nobody would sell me crack came back upstairs. And they look at one guy sitting up. He says, you know, what he says give me that phone? I'm gonna take your picture said you've been prominence for your promising us for years. This pillow is just a platform for God. And you're going to come back someday. And help us all get out of this addiction. And you're gonna quit. She says we're not gonna let you die on us. And that guy works me for me today. The to this day, your former drug dealer works for you two of them. Do how did you? How did when did you make a decision, and how did you get off this? Because a lot of people can't get off the stuff. Yeah. You know? It was mine was January sixteenth two thousand nine ten years ago today. And I I knew if I waited one more day they this. My calling would be gone. I my purpose that God God's plan for me. And I and I prayed that I would wake up in the morning and never had the desire again. And I did I woke up the next morning, never, you know, the desire was gone. But then a couple of months later, I actually went to a faith based outpatient that my sister's church and I walked in there. I've been in different treatment centers throughout the eighties nineties, but I walked in there, and it was different. So we're not here to talk about how much she did. We want to talk about your childhood. We want to talk about you know, what I said I had a childhood and this and I said, well, I was divorced. And they said, let's talk about in things happen in childhood from follow that does divorce trauma. Like veterans come back, and they've been traumatized people they manifest into addictions, and and that we'll pick it up right there. We'll hold you over a couple of minutes on the other side. And and maybe some people that are struggling even today that are listening to this program. There is plenty of help out there. It's a matter of making the right decision for yourself and get your life together. Eight hundred nine four one Sean more with Mike Lindell on the other side than the rest of the news of the day. News roundup information overload hour, you know, in the midst of all the whining from the left, and you know, all the battles that we have you have to wonder, you know, why in the world would anyone act this way? My guess is probably most people are cranky. You are listening to the best of the Sean Hannity show and stay tuned more memorable moments. Interesting guests and a lot of fun coming up next..

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"two thousand nine ten years" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand nine ten years" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Sober was addicted to crack cocaine at the worst part of your addiction. How much how many hits a crack we doing a day? Oh, I was doing a daily, you know, couple of hundred dollars a day easy. It got to the point that drug dealers. Wrench up for fourteen days. And and they'd stage. This intervention I said was downtown Minneapolis. And I and I go what are you guys doing? We're cutting you off you've been up fourteen days. I probably go allow strong winds asleep went down to the streets of Minneapolis and to clock in the morning, and nobody would sell me crack came back upstairs. And they look at one guy sitting up. He says, you know, what he says give me that phone? I'm gonna take your picture said you've been prominence for your promising us for years. This pillow is just a platform for God. And you're gonna come back someday. And help us all get out of this addiction, and you're gonna quit near he says, we're not gonna let you die on us. And that guy works me for me today. The to this day, your former drug dealer works for you. Two of them. Do how did you had it? When did you make a decision, and how did you get off this? Because a lot of people can't get off the stuff. Yeah. You know? It was mine was was January sixteenth two thousand nine ten years ago today. And I I knew if I waited one more day, the my calling would be gone my purpose that God plan for me. And I and I prayed that I would wake up in the morning and never had the desire again. And I did I woke up the next morning, never, you know, the desire was gone. But then a couple of months later, I actually went to a faith based outpatient at my sister's church, and I walked in there. I've been in different treatment centers throughout the eighties nineties, but I walked in there, and it was different. So we're not here to talk about how much she did. We want to talk about your child's bed. We want to talk about you know, what I said I had a childhood and this and I said, well, I was divorced. And they said let's talk about how things happen in childhood from follow does the bores trauma. Like veterans come back and they've been traumatized. This is people they manifest into addictions, and and that. Pick it up right there. We'll hold you over a couple of minutes on the other side. And and maybe some people that are struggling even today that are listening to this program. There is is plenty of help out there. It's a matter of making the right decision for yourself and get your life together. Eight hundred nine four one Sean more with Mike Lindell on the other side than the rest of the news of the day. News roundup information overload hour, you know, in the midst of all the whining from the left, and you know, all the battles that we have you have to wonder, you know, why in the world would anyone act this way? My guess is probably most people are cranky. You are listening to the best of the Sean Hannity show and stay tuned more memorable moments. Interesting guests and a lot of fun coming up next. Small steps lead to big changes. And it's.

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"two thousand nine ten years" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand nine ten years" Discussed on WTVN

"Was addicted to crack cocaine at the worst part of your addiction. How much how many hits a crack? We're doing a day. Oh, I was doing daily, you know, a couple hundred dollars a day easy. It got to the point that drug dealers wrench was up for fourteen days. And and they'd stage the center bench, and I said was downtown Minneapolis. And I and I go what are you guys doing? We're cutting you off you've been up fourteen days, I probably allow strong winds asleep. I went down to the streets of Minneapolis and two o'clock in the morning, and nobody would sell me crack came back upstairs. And they look at one guy sitting up. He says, you know, what he says give me that phone? I'm gonna take your picture. He said you've been promised for your promising us for years. This pillow is just a platform for God. And you're gonna come back someday. And help us all get out of this addiction, and you're gonna quit near he says, we're not gonna let you die on us. And that guy works me for me to this day. Your former drug dealer works for you. Yeah. Two of them. Do how did you had it? When did you make a decision, and how did you get off this? Because a lot of people can't get off the stuff. Yeah. You know, it was mine. It was January sixteenth two thousand nine ten years ago today. And I I knew if I waited one more day they this. My calling would be gone. I my purpose that God had planned for me. And I and I prayed that I would wake up in the morning and never had the desire again. And I did I woke up the next morning, never, you know, the desire was gone. But then a couple of months later, I actually went to a faith based outpatient that my sister's church and I walked in there. I've been in different treatment centers throughout the eighties nineties, but I walked in there, and it was different. So we're not here to talk about how much she did. We want to talk about your childhood. We want to talk about you know, what I said, I a fine childhood and this and I said, well, I was divorced. And they said, let's talk about things happen in childhood from follow the does divorce trauma. Like veterans come back and they've been traumatized. This is people they manifest into addictions, and and that. We'll pick it up right there. We'll hold you over a couple of minutes on the other side. And and maybe some people that are struggling even today that are listening to this program. There is is plenty of help out there. It's a matter of making the right decision for yourself and get your life together. Eight hundred nine four one Sean more with Mike Lindell on the other side than the rest of the news of the day. News roundup information overload hour, you know, in the midst of all the whining from the left, and in all the battles that we have you have to wonder, you know, why in the world would anyone act this way? My guess is that probably most people are cranky. You are listening to the best of the Sean Hannity show and stay tuned more memorable moments. Interesting guests and a lot of fun coming up next. Small steps lead to big changes. And it's.

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"two thousand nine ten years" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand nine ten years" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"How much how many hits a crack? We're doing a day. Oh, I was doing daily, you know, couple of hundred dollars a day easy. It got to the point that drug dealers intervention. I'm always up for fourteen days and an eight stage this intervention, I said was downtown Minneapolis. And I and I go what are you guys doing? We're cut you off you've been up fourteen days. I probably go last time. I went to sleep. I went down to the streets to Minneapolis and two o'clock in the morning, and nobody would sell me cracker came back upstairs and the guys sitting up. He says, you know, what he says give me that phone? I'm gonna take your picture. He said you've been promised for your promising us for years. This pillow is just a platform for God. And you're gonna come back someday. And help us all get out of this addiction. And you're gonna quit. He says we're not gonna let you die on us. And that guy worked for me today to to your former drug dealer works for you. Two of them. Do how did you? How did when did you make a decision, and how did you get off this? Because a lot of people can't get off this stuff. Yeah. You know, it was my what is it was January sixteenth two thousand nine ten years ago today. And I I knew if I waited one more day, they this my calling would be gone my purpose. God's plan for me. And I and I prayed that I would wake up in the morning and never had the desire again. And I did I woke up the next morning, never, you know, the desire was gone. But then a couple of months later, I actually went to a faith based outpatient, my sister's church, and I walked in there. I've been in different treatment centers throughout the eighties nineties, but I walked in there, and it was different. They said we're not here to talk about how much you want to talk about your child's. We want talk about you know, what I said I haven't fine trials witness. And I said, well, I was divorced. And they said let's talk about that in things happen in childhood from following us does to Boers trauma. Like veterans come back, and they've been traumatized people they manifest into addictions, and and that we'll pick it up right there. We'll go you over a couple of minutes on the other side. And maybe some people that are struggling and even today that are listening to this program. There is is plenty of help out there. It's a matter of making the right decision for yourself and get your life together. Eight hundred nine four one Sean more with Mike Lindell on the other side than the rest of the news of the day. News roundup information overload hour. You know, in the midst of all the whining from the left, and you know, all the battles that we have you have to wonder, you know, why in the world would anyone act this way? My guess is probably most people are cranky. You are listening to the best of the Sean Hannity show and stay tuned more memorable moments. Interesting guests and a lot of fun coming up next. Small steps lead to big changes. And it's.

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"two thousand nine ten years" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand nine ten years" Discussed on WSB-AM

"And sober was addicted to crack cocaine at the worst part of your addiction. How much how many hits a crack we doing a day? Oh, I was doing it daily. You know, a couple of hundred dollars a day easy. It got to the point that drug dealers. Standard intervention. I'm always up for fourteen days, and and they stage this intervention, I said was downtown Minneapolis. And I and I go what are you guys doing? We're cutting you off you've been up fourteen days, and I probably go allow strong winds sleep. I went down to the streets of Minneapolis and two o'clock in the morning, and nobody would sell me crack came back upstairs and the one guy sitting up. He says, you know, what he says give me that phone? I'm gonna take your picture. He said you've been promised for your promising us for years. This pillow is just a platform for God. And you're gonna come back someday. And help us all get out of this addiction, and you're gonna quit near he says, we're not gonna let you die on us. And that guy works for me today. The to this day, your former drug dealer works for you. Two of them. Do how did you? When did you make a decision, and how did you get off this? Because a lot of people can't get off the stuff. Yeah. You know? It was it was it was January sixteen two thousand nine ten years ago today. And I I knew if I waited one more day they this. My calling would be gone. My my purpose that God had plan for me. And I and I prayed that I would wake up in the morning and never had the desire again. And I did I woke up the next morning, never, you know, the desire was gone. But then a couple of months later, I actually went to a faith based outpatient at my sister's church, and I walked in there. I've been in different treatment centers throughout the eighties and nineties, but I walked in there, and it was different. So we're not here to talk about how much she did. We want to talk about your childhood. We're gonna talk about you know, what I said I had to find childhood and this and I said, well, I was divorced. And they said, let's talk about that. And things happen in childhood from Foulis does divorce trauma. Like veterans come back, and they've been traumatized people they manifest into addictions, and and that we'll pick it up right there. We'll go over a couple of minutes on the other side. And and maybe some people that are struggling even today that are listening to this program. There is is plenty of help.

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"two thousand nine ten years" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand nine ten years" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"And sober was addicted to crack cocaine at the worst part of your addiction. How much how many hits a crack we doing a day? Oh, I was doing a daily, you know. A couple hundred dollars a day easy. It got to the point that drug dealers wrench from I was up for fourteen days. And and they'd stage the center bench, and I was downtown Minneapolis. And I and I go what are you guys doing? We're cutting you off you've been up fourteen days, and I probably go allow strong winds asleep. I went down to the streets in Minneapolis and two o'clock in the morning, and nobody would sell me crack came back upstairs. And they go on guys sitting up be says, you know, what he says give me that phone. I'm gonna take your picture said you've been promised for your promising us for years. This pillow is just a platform for God. And you're gonna come back someday. And help us all get out of this addiction. And you're gonna quit. He says we're not gonna let you die on us. And that guy works me for me today. The to this day, your former drug dealer works for you. Yeah. Two of them. Do how did you? When did you make a decision, and how did you get off this? Because a lot of people can't get off the stuff. Yeah. You know, it was mine was January sixteen two thousand nine ten years ago today. And I I knew if I waited one more day this my calling would be gone. My my purpose that God plan for me. And I and I prayed that I would wake up in the morning and never have the desire again. And I did I woke up the next morning, never, you know, the desire was gone. But then a couple of months later, I actually went to a faith based outpatient at my sister's church, and I walked in there. I've been in different treatment centers throughout the eighties and nineties, but I walked in there, and it was different. So we're not here to talk about how much she did. We want to talk about your childhood. We want to talk about you know, what I said I have childhood, and I said, well, I was divorced. And they said let's talk about cuts in things happen in childhood from follow. This does divorce trauma. Like veterans come back, and they've been traumatized people they manifest into addictions, and and that we'll pick it up right there. We'll hold you over a couple of minutes on the other side. And and maybe some people that are struggling even today that are listening to this program. There is plenty of help out there. It's a matter of making the right decision yourself and get your life together. Eight hundred nine four one Sean more with Mike Lindell on the other side than the rest of the news of the day. News roundup information overload hour. You know, in the midst of all the whining from the left, and you know, all the battles that we have you have to wonder, you know, why in the world would anyone act this way? My guess is that probably most people are cranky. British Prime.

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"two thousand nine ten years" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand nine ten years" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"And sober was addicted to crack cocaine at the worst part of your addiction. How much how many hits a crack? We're doing a day. Oh, I was doing daily, you know, a couple of hundred dollars a day easy got to the point that drug dealers wrench from. Yeah. Was up for fourteen days, and and they'd stage. This intervention I said was downtown Minneapolis. And I and I go what are you guys doing? We're cutting you off you've been up fourteen days. I probably went to sleep. I went down to the streets of Minneapolis and two o'clock in the morning, and nobody would sell me crack came back upstairs and the guys sitting up. He says, you know, what he says give me that phone? I'm gonna take your picture. He said you've been prominence for your promising us for years. This pillow is just a platform for God. And you're gonna come back someday. And help us all get out of this addiction, and you're gonna quit near he says, we're not gonna let you die on us. And that guy works me for me today. The to this day, your former drug dealer works for you. Yeah. Two of them. Do how did you? How did when did you make a decision, and how did you get off this? Because a lot of people can't get off the stuff. Yeah. You know, it was mine was it was January sixteen two thousand nine ten years ago today. And I I knew if I waited one more day they this. My calling would be gone my purpose that God plan for me. And I and I prayed that I would wake up in the morning and never have the desire again. And I did I woke up the next morning, never, you know, the desire was gone. But then a couple of months later, I actually went to a faith based outpatient at my sister's church, and I walked in there. I've been in different treatment centers throughout the eighties nineties, but I walked in there, and it was different. So we're not here to talk about how much did we want to talk about your childhood? We want to talk about you know, what I said. I haven't fine childhood and this and I said, well, I was divorced. And they said let's talk about that in things happen in childhood from following the does to Boers trauma. Like veterans come back, then they'd been traumatized people they manifest into addictions, and and that we'll pick it up right there. We'll hold you over a couple of minutes on the other side. And and maybe some people that are struggling even today that are listening to this program. There is plenty of help out there. It's a matter of making the right decision for yourself and get your life together. Eight hundred nine four one Sean more with Mike Lindell on the other side than the rest of the news of the day. News roundup information overload hour, you know, in the midst of all the whining from the left, and you know, all the battles that we have you have to wonder, you know, why in the world would anyone act this way? My guess is that probably most people are cranky..

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"two thousand nine ten years" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand nine ten years" Discussed on KTOK

"And sober was addicted to crack cocaine at the worst part of your addiction. How much how many hits a crack? We're doing a day. Oh, I was doing daily, you know, a couple of hundred dollars a day easy. It got to the point that drug dealers was up for fourteen days, and and they'd stage the center bench, and I was downtown Minneapolis. And I and I go what are you guys doing? We're cutting you off you've been up fourteen days, I probably out strong winds asleep. I went down to the streets of Minneapolis and two o'clock in the morning, and nobody would sell me crack came back upstairs, and they at one guy sitting up. He says, you know, what he says give me that phone? I'm gonna take your picture. He said you've been promised for your promising us for years just pillow is just a platform for God. And you're gonna come back someday. And help us all get out of this addiction, and you're gonna quit near he says, we're not gonna let you die on us. And that guy works me for me to this to this day, your former drug dealer works for you. Two of them. Do how did you it? When did you make a decision, and how did you get off this because a lot of people can't get off the stuff? Yeah. It was mine. It was January sixteenth two thousand nine ten years ago today. I I knew if I waited one more day they this. My calling would be gone. I my purpose that God had planned for me. And I and I prayed that I would wake up in the morning and never had the desire again. And I did I woke up the next morning, never, you know, the desire was gone. But then a couple of months later, I actually went to a faith based outpatient at my sister's church, and I walked in there. I've been in different treatment centers throughout the eighties nineties, but I walked in there, and it was different. So we're not here to talk about how much she did. We want to talk about your childhood. We want to talk about you know, what I said I have a fine childhood and this and I said, well, I was divorced. And they said, let's talk about. Cuts in things happen in childhood from follow. This does divorce trauma like veterans come back, and they've been traumatized people they manifest into addictions, and and that we'll pick it up right there. We'll go you over a couple of minutes on the other side. And and maybe some people that are struggling even today that are listening to this program. There is plenty of help out.

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"two thousand nine ten years" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand nine ten years" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"And sober was addicted to crack cocaine at the worst part of your addiction. How much how many hits a crack? We're doing a day. Oh, I was doing daily, you know, a couple of hundred dollars a day easy got to the point that drug dealers wrench up for fourteen days. And and they'd stage the center bench, and I said was downtown Minneapolis. And I and I go what are you guys doing? We're cut you off you've been up fourteen days. I probably drove out strong winds asleep. I went down to the streets of Minneapolis and two o'clock in the morning, and nobody would sell me crack came back upstairs and the guys sitting up. He says, you know, what he says give me that phone? I'm gonna take your picture. He said you've been promised for your promising us for years. This pillow is just a platform for God. And you're gonna come back someday. And help us all get out of this addiction, and you're gonna quit near he says, we're not gonna let you die on us. And that guy works me for me today. The to this day, your former drug dealer works for you. Yeah. Two of them. Do how did you? When did you make a decision, and how did you get off this? Because a lot of people can't get off the stuff. Yeah. You know, it was mine was it was January sixteen two thousand nine ten years ago today. And I I knew if I waited one more day they this. My calling would be gone. My my purpose that God had plan for me. And I and I prayed that I would wake up in the morning and never had the desire again. And I did I woke up the next morning, never, you know, the desire was gone. But then a couple of months later, I actually went to a faith based outpatient that may sisters church and I walked in there. I've been in different treatment centers throughout the eighties and nineties, but I walked in there. And it was different is. So we're not here to talk about how much she did. We want to talk about your childhood. We want to talk about you know, what I said I had to find trials witness. And I said, well, I was divorced. And they said, let's talk about and things happen in childhood from fatherless does to bores trauma. Like veterans come back, then they'd been traumatized people they manifest into addictions, and and that we'll pick it up right there. We'll go over a couple of minutes on the other side. And and maybe some people that are struggling and even today that are listening to this program. There is plenty of help.

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"two thousand nine ten years" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand nine ten years" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Sober was addicted to crack cocaine at the worst part of your addiction. How much how many hits a crack we doing a day? Oh, I was doing daily, you know, a couple of hundred dollars a day easy. It got to the point that drug dealers wrench, and I'm always up for fourteen days, and and they'd stage this intervention, I said there's downtown Minneapolis. And I and I go what are you guys doing? We're cutting you off you've been up fourteen days. I probably go out strong winds asleep. I went down the streets of Minneapolis and two o'clock in the morning, and nobody would sell me crack came back upstairs and the one guy sitting up. He says, you know, what he says give me that phone? I'm gonna take your picture. He said you've been promised for your promising us for years. This pillow is just a platform for God. And you're gonna come back someday. And help us all get out of this addiction, and you're gonna quit near he says, we're not gonna let you die on us. And that guy works me for me today. This to this day, your former drug dealer works for you. Yeah. Two of them. Do how did you? How did when did you make a decision, and how did you get off this? Because a lot of people can't get off the stuff. Yeah. You know, it was it was it was January sixteenth two thousand nine ten years ago today. And I I knew if I waited one more day they this. My calling would be gone. My my purpose that God's plan for me. And I and I prayed that I would wake up in the morning and never had the desire again. And I did I woke up the next morning never, you know, desire was gone. But then a couple of months later, I actually went to a faith based outpatient at my sister's church, and I walked in there. I've been in different treatment centers throughout the eighties nineties. But I walked in there, and it was different. So we're not here to talk about how much did we want to talk about your childhood? We're gonna talk about you know, what I said I hadn't fine childhood and this and I said, well, I was divorced. And they said, let's talk about that. And things happen in childhood from list does divorce trauma, like veterans come back, and they've been traumatized people they manifest into addictions, and and that we'll pick it up right there. We'll hold you over a couple of minutes on the other side. And and maybe some people that are struggling even today that are listening to this program. There is plenty of help out there. It's a matter of making the right decision for yourself and get your life together. Eight hundred nine four one Sean more with Mike Lindell on the other side than the rest of the news of the day. News roundup information overload hour in the midst of all the whining from the left and all the battles that we have you have to wonder, you know, why in the world. Would anyone act this way? My guess is probably most people are cranky..

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"two thousand nine ten years" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand nine ten years" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"It's love this stuff and they had near time. So to throw this into the store you ready for this. Yeah. Sometimes I like in this change to climate change. No here we go. Said Greg summers provost to help come up with a plan to remake Steven's point the higher. Ed climate has changed profoundly, and it's not going back to the old normal. Yeah. Right. They had it there climate change. Sure. Well, it's it's it's very simple. It's you know, what can you earn? What can you live on? What what is it that? You're actually gonna wanna do. You know, there was there was a time. There was a period of years where there was this expectation that as soon as I graduate of people are just going to be calling me magically. And it's going in the jobs are just going to be waiting for me. Sorry. The world doesn't work that way. And you know, it's funny because that's the marketplace. Also correcting itself, so yet parents and and other students going, okay, wait a minute. What's going on here? Well, you you had this glut on the market, I think the recession had a lot to do with it. But it was about. Okay. Where am I going to be viable? How do I how do I build a career that may not be recession proof, but certainly is recession resistant? And and and we're is that what are people going to need and the marketplace going to need in any condition and generation Z going into college is different than the millennial mindset. Has been noted many times when they when they start doing the the the surveys a lot of the people in college right now think about it during the downturn of two thousand eight two thousand nine ten years ago. You know, they were eight nine ten years old at that point. And they went through they went through what a lot of our parents went through when the recession they lost their homes. Right. And they felt an and we've talked about this before that the mindset in the next generation coming up is different than the millennial generation. Because again, what are we we're all creatures of the environment that we grew up in are we not right? And you learn from the environment that you're in right? And it's very it's a very simple idea. What does the marketplace going to need? Let me do that eight six six ninety redeye. Get.

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"two thousand nine ten years" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand nine ten years" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Just love this stuff near time. So to throw this into the store you ready for this. Yeah. Sometimes I like in this change to climate change. Oh, here we go. Said Greg summers provos to help come up with the plan to remake Steven's point the higher. Ed climate has changed profoundly, and it's not going back to the old normal. Yeah. Right. But they had it throw climate change. Sure. Well, it's it's it's very simple. It's you know, what can you earn? What can you live on? What what is it that? You're actually gonna wanna do. You know, there was this. There was a time. There was you know, a period of years where there was this expectation that as soon as I graduate of people are just going to be calling the magically. And it's going in the jobs are just going to be waiting for me. Sorry. The world doesn't work that way. And you know, it's funny because that's the marketplace. Also correcting itself, so yet parents and and other students going, okay, wait a minute. What's going on here? Well, you you had this glut on the market, I think the recession had a lot to do with it. But it was about. Okay. Where am I going to be viable? How am I how do I build a career that may not be recession proof, but certainly as recession resistant? And and and where is that what are people going to need and the marketplace going to need in any condition and generation Z going into college is different than the millennial mindset. It's been noted many times when they when they start doing the the the surveys a lot of the people in college right now think about it during the downturn of two thousand eight two thousand nine ten years ago. You know, they were eight nine ten years old at that point. And they went through they went through a lot of our parents went through when the recession they lost their homes. Right. And they felt it, and and we've talked about this before that the mindset in the next generation coming up is different than the millennial generation. Because again, what are we we're all creatures of the environment that we grew up in. Are we not right? And you learn from the environment that you're in right? It's a very simple idea. What is the marketplace going to need? Yeah. Let me do that eight six six ninety redeye. Get.

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