19 Burst results for "Unac"

"unac" Discussed on Storybound

Storybound

04:10 min | 4 months ago

"unac" Discussed on Storybound

"Teacher sees as she is sent home with a note safety pinned to her blouse she has to have it signed by one of her parents. The note says in around and spiteful hand did not behave today flopped fellow pupil badly next time slap him well. Her father says he chuckles which is a grown man's giggling and hence the note back to her. He lifts his newspaper back between the two of them like he is closing door in third grade. She and the little boy who salted her with leaves are now in mrs darren's class. He seated at the desk behind her both of them at the back of the class. The boy's name is just confident loud. A jokester he has a toothy pretty good in front of her sits. Boy who has no friends. His name is colin. Current has a lantern jaw. Boba staring is an a stink. Nestles close follows him like a stray. Even missus three in. Who is the kindest of all elementary school. Teachers is mean to him during recess asked little girl if she wants to go on the swings and she looks shocked and then shyly says yes. Thank you even though. She doesn't turn around to see. A small section of her is aware of current sitting at his desk in the now empty classroom not even a book in front of him watching the door when shot has she and i go out into the right hotlanta. Just parents are getting divorced. He says but he doesn't care. He spends more time now with the little girl than with his football friends which delights her even makes the two of them the target of ridicule. object of sitting. In a tree ryan's she tries to show him how to draw minnie mouse or make people origami frogs but he's uninterested the spend homework period at the end of the day making cyber dust which is what calls the tiny pink and grey curls left behind an razors wake. They do this every day. They store the clumps of rubber dust in the door of the little girls wooden desk. Let's stare at the sun. Unac- says the lion slope dry grass and he squint up into the sky. The girl covers her face with their hands. I can't do it. She says sochi honored says it becomes routine walk past football field. Pass the gory hedges and lied out together. The girls shielding her eyes with her small palms. Let's blake married. Blue girl suggests from behind her hands during a son steering session. Yuck knoll that's.

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"unac" Discussed on On the SPOT - Technology Podcast

On the SPOT - Technology Podcast

04:02 min | 5 months ago

"unac" Discussed on On the SPOT - Technology Podcast

"Join us on this week. Teams as toshi tells us which superheroes she compares teams and share point. Good morning or good afternoon Today or the recording day of this is April twenty second It's probably not gonna be april twenty second when you're listening to this but My name is jay leaves. I have with me as usual. Janke and Very special. That's from nigeria. All toasty unac- shutting.

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"unac" Discussed on Earn Your Happy

Earn Your Happy

04:20 min | 8 months ago

"unac" Discussed on Earn Your Happy

"He had said he had a beautiful life setup where he just had time with his family yet great businesses. He was doing what he loved. And i was like i want to emulate that and he really started talking about how he said his life up and he said. I don't do anything that doesn't bring me energy like if it drains my energy to start to pay attention to that and i either you know i either don't do it. I won't show up for. I won't work with those people. Were like kind of like hire out. Whatever that is that is not bringing me energy. We can't do that all immediately. But i think that was one of the things that influenced me. and what's influencing me now as the reminder of like if it doesn't like light you up and bring your energy try to figure out how you can start to either outsource it hire for it or don't do it or those people out of it or pivot faster and it's not that things won't be hard but at least if they give you energy you'll have the energy to complete the hard thing so that was like a huge influential moment for me about five years ago. That completely changed my life and in my life didn't change really fast. Because i was in a lot of things that i loved but weren't bringing me as much energy as i initially hoped. Say what so. That was a huge influence. Or i really listen to people who have the stories in the lives that i want to emulate and try to kind of not adopt the idea of those. Who don't so what's coming. What's coming up for you writing all around your business right now. Just trying to actually keep everything in stock. I've been selling out totally grateful for. Yeah so and plus. I'm i'm the only one i i am a one woman. Show right now. I make i shared by pack and so just doing all of those So that's my main focus right now. Have a lot of wholesale going on the f. I'm alive online okay. And what's the website website is www esto sopore dot com. So if you were in just random question for where you're at in your business but if you were to get if you were to fund raiser do a you know a a we find type of staying where it was crowdfunding. What would you use that money for. Is that something that you are like interested in. Have you ever looked back. no. I haven't looked at that at all. I'm still trying to figure out everything basically on my own though. That's taking some time. And i'm just trying to piece everything together but i would love to do something like that if i would do something like that. I'll probably use it to fund Probably minority programs around the the community. Give back to the community because they support me a lot. Anything that i can use it to. Just give back to the community Very well well. There's programs out there. I know that. I find women is like crowd funding. So that if you were looking into the brick and mortar or more products. That's always something to go and look out like just play around on that website and see what's possible just for getting funding into your business on but you have any last questions we've got about five minutes last. No i think that covered it all so rape for you. Thank you for showing up in sharing all about your business with everyone what it takes. What would you tell. People is one of the biggest lesson that you have learned. That's important number remember Don't give up. don't give up. If you have a dream you have a passion in this in your heart. Follow it great for you guys. If you love this episode make sure you give me a shout out. Lily white Mice graham is sage unac- sopore it's one word in. That's also my facebook as well. Awesome version sage on it so we can go check out her beautiful soaps if you are in the market i smelling amazing and for luxury. So that are beautiful. Beautiful gets as well so thank you so much you guys until next time for.

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Using Meditation to Overcome Toxic Thoughts Featuring Amelia Adrien

Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

07:08 min | 1 year ago

Using Meditation to Overcome Toxic Thoughts Featuring Amelia Adrien

"Amelia's thank you so much for being here to talk with us today. So welcome I'm really happy to be here. So this is a topic that I think can be intimidating for some people. So how can I approach meditation as a beginner? Yeah. I agree I think it can. It can feel like it's something that is other people who that other people don't well, and maybe we can fill that. We don't do it so well but really the the the best thing to now is you can't really get it right? You can't really get it wrong. If you would just to take one long in hand. Exhale with me right now focusing attention on that `grats. comes. Into your nostrils. and. Out. Again. In that moment in that one breath, you'll meditating you reset your body. Your brain your nervous system. Some meditation. Media simply focusing your mind on one thing, and you can meditate when anything can be positive or negative. I was looking at the definition of meditation on it's shown to be the act of giving your attention to one thing. And we associate with being common relaxed actually you can meditate on absolutely anything it could be that you meditate on your brass. It could be that you have more of an active meditation and you meditate on nature as you're going for a walk, it could be quite meditate on the beauty of a flower. So it's a thought or a study on one object. And really one of the simplest things you can do as a beginner. The simplest types of meditation that you can do is accommodating meditation and this is really what you just watch the grass just like we did right at the beginning. So you become aware of the sensation of the breath is it comes into in through the nostrils. And then down into the belly on the inhale. And then on the ex how the breath travels up and out through the nostrils. and. You just watch the breath. The sensation of the breath is it comes into the body and then as it comes out to the body and you can do this for three breaths, you could do it for three minutes. You could do it for ten minutes. You can do it for sixty minutes. It's really just you know it's really a how long is a piece of string but what I suggest people who just starting out Is that you create a little habit of meditation practice. So you make maybe a little promised yourself. You're going to do it for seven days say and see how that goes. That goes. Okay. Then maybe up to eleven days then maybe up to twenty one days and you just see how you go rather than say I can now be a meditative for the rest of my life you set yourself something that's achievable. Something that feels that you can do right. At, the way to really make it part of like a routine I find is to do at the same time every day. So then when that time of day comes around you like offices, my meditation time, and so then you kind of it almost becomes automatic. So for me, the best time for me to do it is in the morning. So it's literally get up go to the unsettled meditation cushion and stop. Don't turn on your phone tummy not definitely don't go downstairs on leading the dishwasher. You know the the world will start to come at you with many many different things to do will tell you a more important than than taking time with yourself than just taking time with your own with your own being. Prioritized baton for me the way that that works if I just fussing the morning. Now I know if if you've got little kids that can be really hard to the kids will get out probably before you now be asking and demanding for your attention. So if that's the case, then you just located in a different part of your day but choosing a time so that when that time comes around, you're like, okay, that's your trigger. So then it becomes more habitual. and. I love how simple and how really customizable you make that I think that's beautiful because I think in my mind meditation has be this very strict long. Thing that I'm. Doing. But I think it really is what fits your life and I think that's a beautiful sentiment. Yes a show. So, what are the benefits that I can gain from meditation sesame we it gives me a great understanding of who I am. It helps me understand who I am away from the different roles that I play in my life mother daughter wife friend business not helps me move away from all of these other roles and it helps me connect to that true quieter nature actually within within me. There's a quote that I really love from. Colin Young, which says the welcome ask you who you are and if you don't know the wealth will tell you. So in this way, what I love about meditation is that it's not something spaced out. It's not something dreamy. It's something very centralizing and very clarifying in in in identifying locating. Understanding more about who you really are. You're able to own your position in the world. You're able to take in an empowered way your position in the world and feels really that feels really positive and not doesn't come with your fast meditation oil second or your said even your fifty, it's something that's may be cumulative. So you might experience that end the first few times on. That's wonderful but it's something that you become familiar with like Oh. Yeah. I remember this is the calm of of me. This is who I really can be. This numerous scientific studies on the benefits of meditation and these all have great value. But I've kind of had a look there seem to be five main benefits that we can get from meditation. The first one is it calms UNAC- stabilizes us so. One of the main benefits that it can bring us is this sense of stability and calm. It can help center US stablest into this present moment rather than projecting into the future or ruminating over the past set keeps US keeps US present moment away, which then helps to common stabilize us. That's kind of a one of the fundamental benefits really of meditation. So. The second thing is it improves focus. The practice is helping us focus our attention on one thing. So we can then translate that three to many different aspects of our lives. That that thing that it seems to do is increase resilience to stress. So it's shown that meditation lessons, the inflammatory responses to those who are exposed to psychological stress. What it actually has been shown to doing studies is the dump activity in the Magdala and increases connections between the Magdala on the prefrontal CORTEX CORTEX. So both of those parts of the brain help us to be less reactive to stresses and significantly I think they help us to recover back from stress experience. It stresses pot of life. It's not something that we can eradicate or eliminate. But we can do is train on south through meditation to recover quicker from it. This becomes baseline. This becomes more who we are. Throughout the day. In in particular moments after meditation.

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"unac" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

Humans of Hospitality

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"unac" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

"Civil is right. We've to that said that the first as expensive 'cause nine includes all of your time. In essence along event, and includes older e-mailing backwards and forwards in the arrangements and the administration that goes in during hygiene cools every other year all the bits and pieces, and then it gets significantly jeep of the next day, UNAC- stays at that rate. As long as you keep booking consecutive days, so. Don't pick up the law work for six people having dinner because it's cost prohibitive for us. The people getting go at she no. But we also have a slightly cheaper ocean taste, so if you WANNA look may for Nieve Ning and all come hanging out in the kitchen for a couple of hours with you and a bunch of mates move literally just. Eat for a couple of hours. We cool them. Kitchen tables on the that could fund demonstrable casual, the sort of traditional private chef booking if you'd like it some. More sort of light back and Bantry your you're. Definitely appeal more to me, but If to get ten major together, which is any five couples? Comes in fifty quid ahead plus that emotion. A few ingredients may not the public absolutely. Months sticking with The chef shed. What's that stretch? Oh, that was A. Brilliant thing it's as much a concept has a place, and and and it's kind of it boils down nicely to what we're talking about earlier in the way that a lights cook. The chef shed. Is Literally shed on a friend's dairy farm the end of that Bali for that in the middle of the axe valley. Paris they have a little dairy hurt in the middle of Stockland, and they also have a elephone form clumping which is really. luxurious. They said. We want to do some stuff. Here can do stuff here and say. Why can't called in the milking parlor in can't just cooking someone's tenth. That's not gonNA work Jewish at for. The shed shed to go some all done telegraph poles and pilots things lying about on the fallen ill shed into which I. put gas comply. We have a little A five outside, and there's a little wood burning oven as well and then. Staff in a nice semi professional kitchen up the road..

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"unac" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"unac" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

"There really isn't. You're not a better writer because you have a thousand credits versus somebody that has a hundred. I probably has two thousand credits a couple of years ago. I stopped counting because it was becoming boring, okay. I. Don't know how it makes me any better writers than anybody else. I talked to out there. I've seen a lot. More have a lot more experience. That's all great and everything, but I'm no different any you guys or girls. Those nights where I can't even think of anything. Got Those Nights when. I don't like any my notes. It doesn't seem to GEL. Got Those nights when I? Look at something. Said somebody published for me and I said cheeses could like change. This or Michael did that. It's hard not to because. We're creative people. Artists were writers. And when we care. Even if it could be caring too much. We have these thoughts, and sometimes they could cause. White is black. Sometimes it could cause. US to lose faith in our selves, or even in other people out there sometimes, and sometimes it could cause us just to rethink some of the directions meanwhile I wanna go. In writing. And Creativity! I don't really think that anything I. Just told you is necessarily negative. I think it's natural. I I. Really don't like people. That A hundred percent confident every day of the week. 'cause I have to feel that this person is a madman. Oh, this person is lying to me because I don't really think it's a lot of people outside that a hundred percent negative seuss's much as i. don't really think there's a whole lot of people out there that one hundred percent positive about things that are always confident. That all always fearful? There's not very many people like that on the extreme, and those people's at UNAC- stream. They might have some real issues that might writing might not be able to help. They might need to go someplace else for a little while before they get back to hanging out with good creative people, okay. It's natural to lose some faith now, and it's natural to question things is natural to to wonder about. His mark read about this philosophy. Should I have one should? Not? That's fine. You should be doing that I. Want you to question his stuff, but I never make show out to provoke people like I. GotTa Make Them Angry. Introduce something. I'm not I'm not that kind bores me okay, really. We might write things. That can be provocative. We might even purposely do.

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"unac" Discussed on Something Who

Something Who

13:54 min | 1 year ago

"unac" Discussed on Something Who

"We had Jack Rayner on Cheech described. How excited she was biased return. I'm just GONNA play a clip so you can hear that again with episode two Dave again coming back thought and everything. Yes it is up to that point. I think people thought you know the Christmas trae Wazzan Dora Master Plan. We suddenly discover. He isn't Therefore we rearrange the names and figure out the ooh he sent trio because he's the one that doesn't pay later and things like that that was oh. They showed a clip on. I think that six years with maverick Chen Unac- to about half the second of Zaphon coming down snipe. It was like. Oh my God. That was on me. What apple likes because we've got that one show of him menacing? Maverick Chen box. This was him moving and with clothes on and say you know they the news a focused on the dialects and you know we knew what the Dawn looks like. We have to wait to see the delegates and yeah. I think the first thing was possibly ABC online putting up as a face taper can use suddenly soil these myself an older many elsa delicate scholars in doctor who found him suddenly realize you have to. Aerosmith's resort but yet that was amazing that really was Of all episodes comeback is very possibly the one that gave a so much new information Yeah oh just so excited so equating. I'm still did now. Well you've had fifteen years is is perfectly understandable Hello and welcome to something who episode twenty-three in a break with our recent tradition. Today I'm speaking with not one but two special guests who are appearing separately for logistical reasons as rich tipple ninety s leaching fans surfer from highway rich. Welcome to something who. Hey thanks very much. I'm not sure about Legion of fans. That sounds sounds wonderful. Thank you well. I think it must be because I noticed the tweet you put out. Say you're on this? Today is already had a bunch of likes. Certainly yes you can like much faster than anything that we normally put at. It's fantastic as great services to talk about colorizing black and white stories. Dr Who and in particular the episode day of Armageddon that you've recently colorized and which launched the Galaxy Convention America. But we I guess before we discussed the colorization of where it might be interesting to chat about the episode itself. And perhaps the first thing we could say is that it used to be missing episode for many years until it was returned. What feels like to me not all that long ago actually when we look at a guy with sixteen years ago which will you make a day of Armageddon as a missing episodes your member? That happening yourself the return. I do remember it vividly. Yeah I remember getting like Dr Hy Magazine. Just being absolutely wow. It was before the magazine arrived. I think it was on BBC News and you know it was everywhere in the excitement building up around you know. I think they had somebody interviewed and you could see us playing on the monitor behind them and people so be leaning and they see a Dellagha you and all that sorta stuff is incredibly exciting time anything to do with Dolly. Small Stepan really seems to capture people's imagination. Say When you get an entire twenty five minute chunk back. It's incredible I remember. I remember the date vividly. Remember still put my not magazine. Anonima pouring over disease house waiting desperately for for DVD release. I think it's fascinating as well because it's a window into a very lost era. You know without tell us snaps very few episodes not very many photos. I guess we might come into that later on and and here you've got Brett van I'm Catarina and really apart from those Blue Peter Clips the. That's the only time I see them. Onscreen you've got Steven one of the more lost companions as well absurd so another one of his episodes and perhaps you know interesting to see maverick Chen more in situ thirty s in in the in the light represents the story absolutely. I mean it's a phenomenal cars. Is that when you look at the names absolutely exciting when it came back? This is the first full episodes are only Philip site or Fan Katharina which you know without without this. We wouldn't have anything at all to go on so you know from that point of view. It makes it fairly unique office. You've got maverick Chan. Which is one of Doctor. Who'S ALL TIME GREATEST VILLAINS IN MY OPINION Performed absolutely brilliantly by Kevin? Stay you've got pizza. Pubs is wonderful. Halt knows his his full pump and It's directed by doctors confident. I really no more. You want really for me. If you asked me to come up with a a wish list of of my dream doctor who episode I would probably I would probably want to include. He's opposed than Stony and heart and Why don't even have Nicholas Courtney in there as well you know. It's absolutely six. Every single box going are we got a good chance as well to to to have a close look at the alien delegates which is fascinating. It's quite a Almost a spooky seen when they appear after darkness at the back of the set and sort of a merge each of them doing their own communiqu of unique walk. It's it's a wonderful bill conner sixties SCIFI. Isn't it soon the more soft kind of glide and do their spacewalks? Whatever they're doing you know I'm seeing goes from sort of quite quite bizarre. Something very real and very scary and very interesting dog to in the sixties has these amazing abilities. That's kind of quite false ICAL. Maybe silly things sometimes ten in some things quite quite menacing actually in many ways. There's a wonderful show where the camera pans across the delegates and you see them in the common. But which is the question of of Maverick chain. And there's clearly a little bit attention. It's just it's just a wonderful moment. It's it's well written but beautifully directed and it's it's edged such conviction as well. It's just it's just Julie is. It's almost the perfect twenty. Five doctor is quite different field. Isn't it Dave Armageddon to the other episodes we've gone in the ACA? Say Ten is almost a comedy I suppose it's and it's very confused. Very studio bound. Even though it setting in Egypt is is interesting so I think sort of form from episode three. It becomes a chase retirement space. And it's wonderful vehicle full foremost on because it allows us to to see ancient We combat sits on the agents. We see in the future and we get to get to distant planets. Nc alliens and have all of this stuff going on classic kind of sci-fi Staff. That sort of dollars chasing the Dr Fru. Times spice is very much like the chase. The timely it couldn't be any good anymore different which. I think is definitely a good thing. The divall Magadan's really interesting isn't it because e- slice first two episodes. Wade's really soul upping. The stakes is really make is very Goretti and exciting and yeah I stakes are being raised with. Every every moment that passes for me I feel. I feel the loss of of of Devil's planet even more keenly. When I get to the end of day of Magadan because it's such a good cliffhanger I didn't go those snippets Blue Peter but Devil's planet would be such wonderful episode of most ticket back to have that link is so exciting and he's a society it sort of those first three episodes All the art just absolutely on of racing incredibly exciting stuff. I'm and then it gets a little bit more set. Pc BOB which isn't a bad thing. I think it works really well on these obsolete. Massive story the longest in doctor. Who's history of trauma? Tom Notice a kind of separate stories. Absolutely any holds its pace throughout and is absolutely incredibly. Well put together I think considering the limitations that they must have been lacking with. I think I the fine website destruction time if I can have one episode by it would be that because that's when it all comes together you've got some absolutely credible dialogue and I actually think you could make a brilliant reconstruction around the FCC At the moment and that destruction time but you need that destruction excite which sadly is is missing Possibly for good which is heartbreaking but seconds of that. I think Devil Devil's planet would be an incredible incredible story to get back. I'm thinking about those three episodes that we have. I mean other than the characters of the doctrine Stephen and Magic Chen and I suppose dollars from time to time as well as you might almost feel that they were from three different stories. I mean they they. It's not that there isn't a through line between them but each each one of them has quite a different tone in them. You know they could pick it. Almost I guess from three different things. Yeah they could and you've got the meddling monk in there as well forget he. So he's the he's a threat that so stitches a few of those they solve quite sad for episodes together and absolutely brilliantly portrayed 'em he pizza box worth almost hot nores Mazda if you WANNA look at it that way. It's and Time Lord perhaps with with Tortoise who likes to be mischievous and change history for his own ends So yeah you know this so much good stuff in Mazda is that it really is seeing the monk paoli tricks on the doctor and hotline to contend with that while making it from the lakes and the Eagle Ancient Egypt's In there in the future John Gussein. Just it's quite everything. Yeah he's with his doctor. Who is if it feels? That comes into his own as a as a comic actor in the in the latter part of his era and having someone like Peter to play really I think enables him to bring that kind of thing before. Yeah absolutely absolutely. It's just a great foil isn't as as it's yeah. I mean this. This is so much this much to love about most found. I've never ever been able to watch just one episode of it. That's how exciting is you know you. Just you watch it and then you WANNA watch the next one and then you WanNa watch the next even the reconstructions Brilliant that not for everyone and I think that the least reconstructions. I think and stuff fled. Josh has done is absolutely brilliant coaches. Listen to the audio while certainly ways to enjoy the story. It's just a shame. We can't watch three quarters of an after working on it for so long. I mean every line of dialogue. Now I could probably repeat it back to. You've baited. Yeah when I started out doing instead the reason I picked this episode is because I had dolls myself the question. Why why did you even want to to rise to here anyway? You know. There's a lot of people just think it should remain in black and white nothing actually. It's completely valid opinion. There's a huge amount of people that needs to be respected this growing number of people who won't watch black and white stuff that just no east to it. They've they've grown up in the same so maybe generations and watch the same stuff we have..

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"unac" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"unac" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Those of you. Who can't do so check my record with the Saint Louis Baseball Club during the which I speak. I'm known the guidebooks of course Kings Simpson. Suffice it to say that the Saint Louis won the pennant and went into the series mysterious liquid accidentally concocted. The my laboratory had done its work. Well but if the truth be known. I wasn't happy by mine. Lingered longman lovingly over the Blandin coaches Debbie Greenleaf and was while I pursued these thoughts in my hotel room. One day that monk lanigan ended. I ask what's the matter with me? Oh nothing lonesome. I guess I can fix that vinyl tile family now monk. You don't have to do that. Yeah Nice Rumbling. Once this bottle and addressing monk don't touch that that's what I use on the ball. I mean that's what I use my head. It's at UNAC- at tonic. Show who's the Dolon is. She's a young lady to whom I'm engaged. It's funny and other Brunner Mound. I couldn't do that. She does know and upon doesn't know my don't they know about kings Sims and they don't know he's Mir. Im Him His aid now. Her father agreed he wouldn't have let me go in you. What I was doing let you go way the habit. I'm sorry I can't explain but you're my friend and I've got to see Debbie again. She doesn't live far from Saint Louis. Well I'm not pitching tomorrow and I want you to cover up for me if I run up to see some Arza Face Gaming Sammy. What's the difference Jimmy? Dolan says. I'm supposed to rest my arm so I'll be able to pitch the final game and besides pitch better than if I talk to Debbie on now leased? Okay I tell you what you do. You'll go up there but leave me the phone number says I can get in holly in case. Don't want you okay okay. Train arrived shortly after midnight. Since my time was limited. I resolved to go directly to the win. Leave home stealing the backyard. I still directly beneath thought to be Debbie Window and threw a few pebbles attention. Darling Darling come to the window. Darling is burning. I love you wonder what I thought. It was Debbie Zane. I don't WanNa wake anybody out a lunatic but I can't tell you darling around the world that you've been all these months. Why haven't I heard you you've got to trust? The experiment.

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"unac" Discussed on Jannah Firdaus Mediapro Podcast

Jannah Firdaus Mediapro Podcast

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"unac" Discussed on Jannah Firdaus Mediapro Podcast

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"unac" Discussed on 9INE POINT Started With A Dream Podcast w/ Jacolby Gilliam

9INE POINT Started With A Dream Podcast w/ Jacolby Gilliam

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"unac" Discussed on 9INE POINT Started With A Dream Podcast w/ Jacolby Gilliam

"You're welcome back to podcast on your host. Always jacoby gilan the episode. We have likely shifted. We episode a little bit ago but the kind of felt like now with tom kind of relief did and the episode and the next three or kind of about a leaf that really showcasing that you know we we'll have our own normal you know and inch in like the is amazing athlete she lawn on the team u._s._a. Sitting volleyball team and she's killing it you know from so many different things and and what she showed me through the episode that paris board in africa the like you know they're not enough attention did did not enough love and it's almost like a separate a separate will make it but in the day we're all athlete and episode you know you're gonna learn about her story anna her her journey can how kind of found you know we're all in a thin beautiful in a sense of how they found but like we're all world worthy. We all have the right to be an athlete. You know doesn't matter the matter in disability you know in in the thing that you can go for it so hope to help with episodes buyers you hope you want are curious more about fitting bob on in the world of para flex and left you to it well the question that comes on when you're younger than athlete only bigger during the goal to achieve oh gosh so i was born. <hes> missing not missing. I had my right foot. I was missing by two peaky about second. Show next to it. <hes> there's missing. That's only had three chose. <hes> i was mistaking. A bunch of like ankle bones in my leg was little shorter than my left <hes> m._r. parents they got a lot of different doctors opinions and basically what they came down to was named slater they advocated by foot so i was consoled by loss may lower below the knee every t- <hes> and then from there on my parents doctors august my doctor told them that the best opportunity i would have being mentally positive would be to get involved with so many things just everything or the said just so i would feel normal and so what they gave whereas i was i did so many things i was gymnastics and dance. I did girl scouts. I attempted like soccer for like a day <hes> no yeah and then eventually that you sports that stuck with me and sixth grade were softball volleyball and so i played stop on by title all through high school and at that point time like in seventh grade on i could see for me for a future with unac- says school is i mean i. I grew up in a small town. I graduated around with a hundred and fifty people in my class started no any out like i don't even think i knew anyone at that point in time in my town around with an embassy that is but <hes> to move the biggest..

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"unac" Discussed on The Entrepreneurial You

The Entrepreneurial You

15:02 min | 2 years ago

"unac" Discussed on The Entrepreneurial You

"Become dot com. I personally become very annoyed. I know persons wanted to connect with me simply because of my network i mean i understand that after time you'd be relationships and these these things happen by default right so no needs to try and get with me simply because i i don't like that and i don't think we should practice that so i. I'm glad you're you're you're right here with me talking about leveraging to power network and how to do it without you know becoming <hes> seemingly just opportunistic opportunistic great for that relationship that it's it's all about you know you're investing in people we know we all want something because everybody's tune into what <hes> w i i wasn't for me right and what is into that radio station apparently but at the same time at the same time when you're able to add value oh you know think about giving value i and things will will come and don't necessarily know because he want to always extract but just give and and it will come right but see because god indeed authenticity and i love that you're you know you're talking about that. No ho do you find opportunities quickly. You talked but when you look at your life and you made a list of all you know all your relationships and so on and go from there. How do you find those opportunities. Where do we even look for them right. The first thing we have to do in the first place we have to look is instead looking outside. We need to look inside because so many of us think that we know what we want and i'm sure a lot of your listeners are most of them are all entrepreneurs and everyone loves the book thinking grow rich but if you ask most people if they've read that book you'll see all the hands chance go up ninety nine percent people. I'm sure ninety nine percent of your listeners will say yes. That's an amazing book but then you ask how many people actually do the six steps that he talks about guarantee to prove a life of riches and that is a clearly defined goal with a set timeframe and you read it to yourself a morning tonight and you'll see maybe one or two hands up so we have to look at be able to look in the mirror took me a long time to be able to look myself in here because <hes> i just you you know a lot of us have been through some things and we allow that to consume us and like you said earlier. The ego goes words comfortable. It doesn't want you to step out and change people's lives. It doesn't want you you to change your life because it's safe and comfortable where it's at and that we're that is usually negatively or a life of regret or doubt or victimhood or fear and so by looking inside and saying okay look. This is my goal. This is what i really want. Bob proctor talks out about your sea level. Goal which is something completely out of the realm of what you think is possible but it is definitely attainable so you get clear on your goal. Then you start 'til reverse engineer who can help you. Who in your network can can help you and if you don't how the network i i talk a lot about some call to people remove where i really believe this. I've done it and shown people that i can get to anybody in the world through one or two of my connection so you start to look at. Maybe a great site is lincoln. Let's see who <unk> who connected to the person you want to get to and if you don't have the relationship in if they don't have the relationship maybe that they have a relationship to someone else that can help you so you kind of reverse engineer your network and who you need to get to then you got to do research sneak. A lot of people are just they're just. They don't put in the time they complain. They spend a lot of time with social media and they say the the very busy but then you need to do you need to do research about the people that you want to do business with because you never know when you're gonna get an opportunity and so so you wanna know you want to put yourself in situations. Also you want to go to events. Go to seminars go to these different things but the well armed be well research so you know what's important so when that opportunity does present itself. Let's say less brown walks by us. Mr brown now are you. I listen to this. I know you're doing this. How's your health. The little things are what are gonna make you stand out and be unique. Absolutely i remember when lebron conference. I actually interviewed him and it was <hes> i had a it was a brief moment but it was a it was a great interview as you know last week on on on the podcast guest my guest terry dir she talked about being successful in business is an inside job and you've pretty much mentioned a while ago to about success. Anything is an inside job. He first of to look within and so get claire. What it is that you really want and once you have that clarity who it is that can help you to you know to get to that goal then we we take it from there. No you've mentioned about <hes> just jumping back a little to some of the successes you've had leveraging or your network and just reaching out at one of you you mentioned undesirable bob prato but if there's any other examples of how you've you've been able to travel the world and connect connected in fact one of the things that even triggered me to to to have this conversation with you because i remember <hes> meeting you right here let lesbian conference and then when i read unac- singles new book and he was saying some things about you in the book. You say no what is confirmation. Let me just have this conversation with john so all right awesome so give us some other examples of you leveraging the power ria network jer nigga. I have for the last eight years. Here's become business partners with with connell. I'm sure most all your listeners know him. I've traveled around the world with him. That came out of a phone call and someone asked me if i could bring him to india now. I didn't know him through the what i teach in through what i talk about. I was able to get him there yet. Now we will actually be down in brazil october. We'll be back in india december so i'm i'm partners and the when i talk about my relationships i'm not running and taking a selfie in all these photos. A lot of people like to post these are people that i can call directly and i have their number. These are because because of what i teach their genuine relationships partnerships and business relationships less brown asked me to come run his company for a couple of years. I went in there and helped him get things sorted without <hes> have great relationship less. I was able to a lot of your listeners. I'm sure loved cricket. Even though we we have enough time in the world west indies but probably one the few americans you'll find who loves creek. I lived in trinidad for year and i was able to put together deal and bought the trinidad and tobago cricket team when they launched the c._p._r. League it was a co owner of that with like a mobile from england. I put that whole deal together in six weeks with no idea how i was going to do it but because of what i believe in what i teach in the mindset that principles i use that deal was done in six weeks at twenty five million dollar franchise. I became co owner of that. A lot of clients in in bollywood of one of my favorite clients is is <hes> brian lara the <unk> y'all him. Oh yeah still do a lot of stuff with brian spoken this morning. He's over in india for the world cup so brian lara. There's there's <hes> i've done produced produced two feature films how raised four million dollars for that now the clients i have several billionaire clients one owns a football club in india and several several clients in bollywood several clients music so but some of my favorite clients are people who aren't <hes> celebrities or people you won't read about on the internet the people who actually have been through some hard times and who have been close to giving up in through what i teach through a course that i put out there. I've been able to help them get back on track to know that they have great value to know that something called the million in you that that million dollar gift each one has that special million dollar d._n._a. Where we have our unique gift that unique to each and every one of us to give and bring to the world and to transform our lives in the lives of people that we come i'm in contact with and so those are the most special people from the ones who who i touched by my message to know that i can give them hope and by sharing my story order by being authentic i i share openly about what i've been through my life and what i've been able to overcome so whether they've been through emotional physical or psychological abuse or or any kind of other stuff that there's always hope no matter where you are at in the world no matter what age you are color race ethnicity doesn't matter but you all have everyone has a unique gift anytime you mentioned indies lightbulb something goes off in my head because i'm so in love with that country having spent two months there there <hes> in in two thousand eighteen and so you talk the boat of course you you you do stuff with your econ. <hes> to india was it and <hes> you're doing all these amazing things with these names that are known but you did also looted a fact that the per- you work with people who are not we're not says is known. They just want a better life and they want to construct a bit eleven so you can help them to do that. I'm going to ask you what is that one person can construct this bitter live and perhaps you can segue into <hes> the course that you have that can help persons to that sure nigga <hes> well in mike course and in the webinar i teach kinda masterclass they teach people that they have to master these three steps to change their life and the first step that i talk about is is really what i call mastering during the mirror where we have to get honest with ourselves and we have to be able to look in the mirror <unk> for years i would you know even wash my face on an angle because i was so ashamed of my life and and how things turn out so we have to have complete except in so for what we've been through and where we're at in our life you have to take a an honest inventory tori of where things stand and able being able to look at yourself in the mirror and saying okay my past does not define me and the future does not define me but today what actually can i take today. Those are two days that we should never never worry about ever which is yesterday and tomorrow we should just focus today one day at a time but you have to be able to look yourself self in the mirror and say okay. This is what i'm gonna do. Now doesn't matter what's happened to me works <unk> so you you master the mir. The second thing you need to do is you need. Take an inventory of your network like we talked about earlier and really have clarity about what it is you want and then start to figure out who can who in your network can help you get to what you want and i go into much greater detail in this. I know we're short on time and the third step is really the where you need to change your mindset. I talk about in the training. <hes> we've all been to a lot of seminars. We go to all these things. We all fired up. Get back home. When we and everything goes right back down it was and we all want a better life. We know that if we do certain steps steps some most of us. Do we just changed a few things we can have the life that we want but most of us don't ever do it and so i've been i just been obsessed with trying to understand dan why when even my own life why if i know i do these things i can get to the promised land so to speak. Why don't i in like you said earlier. It's the ego there's something i call the minefield that that that gap between where we're adding where we wanna be and so you have to have awareness and recognize what it is. That's been holding you back. Usually it's either fear doubt up blame the victim so the first step is awareness then this is what i talk about when i see you have have to act awareness this the c. is choices. Now you have to start to make some other choices because at ego will fight you so hard to any it does not want you to change. It wants you just to go through life. Miserable unhappy have regrets in like what could have been in it wants you. It wants you stay safe but that's not what we're here for. We're here heared play huge and to make a difference in the world each and every one of us and the most important thing that t is thank. Thanks give thanks you have to have gratitude you know we talked about a lot of my celebrity clients and all this stuff and it was great. I've been able to travel on the ruled private jets and all that wonderful stuff but what really transformed to change my life life is when i started to have gratitude every morning and get back in. I now volunteer a lot with the organization called starkey hearing foundation <hes> we went to the dominican in public and gave hearing aids to sixteen hundred kids..

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"unac" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"unac" Discussed on KCRW

"Meanwhile, Renault is popular in Europe and Russia, mostly with smaller vehicles. Mark Wakefield global auto consultants at Alex partner's says merger talks like this are being driven by the need to make some big investments, all these new trends coming into automotive profitable yet, but that everyone believes are the future, combining forces, let's carmakers split the cost of investing in electric cars, atonomy, and new business models like shared cars, Renault's board of directors says it is considering the proposed merger Camille domino, Ascii, NPR, news Austrian chance. Lers Sebastian Kurz, and his centre-right government have been forced from office. He broke up his coalition with the far-right Freedom Party last week after its leader was caught in a covert video sting, that suggested he was open to corruption, the BBC's Bethany bell reports from Vienna. Jeff days off to the best in cuts can take a government was sworn into office. It's lost vote of no confidence. The motion was brought in by the opposition, social Democrats, and was also supported by the far-right Freedom Party which until loft week with Mr. Kurtz, his coalition partner. Australia's president unac- Sunda funded Belen must now appoint a chance for the Tacoma government that can hold until the next national election, which is expected to take place in September. The BBC's Bethany bell President Trump became the first world leader to meet with Japan's new emperor on a trip filled with ceremony, the president told reporters that US Japan relations are rock-solid, the essence of our pro. Coach is peace through Skype and this is a strong alliance. Indeed, the US panel lions is steadfast and ironclad. The president disagreed with Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Ave about recent short range North Korean missile tests. Trump saying he was not troubled by them. Japan's obey calling the tests, a matter of quote, great regret. This is NPR support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Neum offering a personalized weight loss program that uses psychology small goals and technology designed to help people change habits and keep the weight off for good at Neum.

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"unac" Discussed on X96

X96

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"unac" Discussed on X96

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"unac" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:25 min | 2 years ago

"unac" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Then we have the two week hill, by the way, the rand dropped fifty on the clippers. They won all three games quip is home court back down. I don't know. What is they get cracking Houston that should be fun? But then we gotta tyreek hill situation. You go back, and you read the stories and like so. The three year old who's your son who has the broken arm that allegedly was done by you. And with her. You're now fiancee's who's the child's mother? This is the same woman you beat up. When you Oklahoma state and the kickoff keen when you just points to pregnant woman in the stomach. And they said if you behave themselves and went to anger management, and those kind of good things they would expunge his record. Still as clear the fact that there's a stench about this, dude. And you we've seen the Ray rice video we've seen. Kareem hunt kicking the woman. Video it's riffing. And but I said, you know, they're going to cut him wanted with somebody else. Now this audio and it's going into website, Casey TV out to Kansas. They'll they'll have it up there. But he puts put you on put your hands on a child. Child three year old. I'll tell you one of Josh's you crazy if you're if you're father or follow parent child crying all night. Teething or? Colic or you just can't seem to make him or her stop crying. But the solution is in a smack of side ahead. And one point was called bad parenting now called breaking the law. It's funny. We all got smacked around where we were kids. But it wasn't. It wasn't wouldn't draw and blood break it on bones. He didn't have to play in the NFL anymore. I'm sure he's figuring. Well, they're going to suspend me be out for a while. And she's probably cut me. But somebody else will take me back, and I'm like, really. Hit a woman. Horrific knife. You hit you broke his on. He saying you did it prosecute reopened the case because they weren't going to and they have a tape and all of a sudden on the case, this is gonna be great. They need to have a seven on these guys. Look. We don't know what you know. And you know, what they've done they do all these all the when were going to invest millions and millions of dollars on an athlete. You wanna give physical that hope? Everything's clear. There's no torn this torn out that he didn't tell you about. And also if there's nothing is past he was arrested beat up some women punched in the stomach. Thirty one guy. I don't understand a lot of these guys that kids and in general managers, sit down and talk with really nice guy. And we wait how long how many hours talking with them? You know, the meet and greet figure. This is a good kid. He made a mistake. But we'll we'll we'll have the support to help them. I wonder what that would help. Taibbi. He'll not be a thug. I don't have anything. Good to say about somebody kids. People people just get in fights. Benefit hit on a woman, and he thought he'd done a kid. I mean, that's only going to end poorly. And we've seen so many kids being murdered by their own relatives some nonsense. Call listen to the radio, and he didn't like the fact that he talked about with the story. Yeah. I don't want to draft when he was being who's going where? But that's that's what the story of the hot button topic. That's what leads. There's no he can be drafted somebody to replace him. Is he good as we don't know. We'll find out what the season starts. Maitha hills just to go away. Don't worry about the community is just try try and take care of yourself because he can't take children child. And. I guess fiancee's. Somebody's somebody's gonna rat. Somebody else out. That's what happens. In the house while you, sir. I'm good. How you doing? All right. I'm all right. Rift rapid a little bit about three killer. He doesn't play getting the NFL on the problem with that. I don't see any reason why you should play in the NFL ever. Again. This is twice, and you know, within reopening the case, and you here in the audio. Look, we could say all we want about giving people a second chance or third. Look, this is not a league where you're you're allow you have to play you're not guilty. You did the right to be in the NFL? They gave you a chance after that horrific know the first action where he beats up his girlfriend when she was pregnant, then he allegedly breaks the arm of his three year old son, and he's punching him in the chest to to discipline him. What are we doing? No, no, go away go away. Go go, do whatever you gotta do. I'm saying you can't make a living. Just not in the NFL and claiming simple expunging his record. How about the unac- Spungen put it back because he's like, it's disgusting. Yeah. Yeah. Seven hundred seven sixty six we'll come back with your first at.

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"unac" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"unac" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Heard about this unac- sorghum is supposed to be excellent for weight control and sugar control. Right. Yeah. You know, I'm always trying to get the family to eat a little healthier. Oh, well, look at you mom of the year. Well, I wouldn't go that far. Greenbury helps with prediabetes diabetes, obesity and has more any oxidants than any cereal fruit or vegetable green. Nine twenty six seven hundred wwl w Mike Allen and Saturday mid day. Talking about the national emergency declared yesterday by President Trump, and we'll get to the calls after the news break. Just got a couple of minutes before we have to break for news. But. And talking about the president yesterday role in this thing out. I'm sitting at my desk. I didn't have court yesterday wanted to make sure I watched it. I mean first off it's about twenty minutes late, and boy, I got spoiled by George W Bush, and I think even Barack Obama not so much as GW stuff starting on time. And it usually doesn't in the Trump administration. He's not nearly as bad as Bill Clinton, but any rate that aside he gives this rambling monologue where he's talking about Korea and China and everything else, and then he made the statement. And I think I'm quoting him for Begum when he's talking about the clearing. The emergency says, quote, I didn't have to do this now close, quote and the minute. I heard that I thought oh, you know, what? Now, I can pretty much guarantee you that you're going to see that quote in someone's. Legal argument against the national emergency. Again, Mr President, we support you. We love you. We love the results, but just take a few darn minutes to prepare for these things. You know, it's one of the most important statements that he's made as president so far, and I get that. He's busy. And you know, what for the first time? I think I'm starting to hear some fatigue in his voice. And he does have the the ability to give a very good not off the cuff statement. And I would cite you to the state of the union was one of the best state of the union addresses. I've ever seen and he has a compelling case. But that would be like me if I've got a big argument in front of the court of appeals or supreme court or something. Just walking in there. And in that, you know, fifteen twenty minutes, or whatever I have just absolutely winging it and then start talking about other cases. I have I it was just a shame. He had a really good opportunity. I think to knock it out of the ballpark. But because he didn't want to prepare. He didn't do that in. And again, you can support President Trump as I do. But as I said there are times when he doesn't help himself. And I just wonder I mean, if if he would just do a little bit of preparation and not stick the needle in all the time. How much this man can accomplish he's accomplished a lot already? But I just think if the titan that stuff up a little bit he could do even better. And again, I think exhibit A for that is the state of the union address, which was scripted. He delivered it. Well, and he got really good reviews for it possibly the best reviews that he's ever gotten this president. Anyway, like, I said when we come back from the news, I want to hear from you seven four nine seven thousand one eight hundred are the the phone numbers. And we'll listen to what you have to say. After the news, Mike, Allen seven hundred wwl w..

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"unac" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"unac" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

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"unac" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

05:11 min | 3 years ago

"unac" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"Now is big trees so bad to stir good withstood that and still won the match again. Does he does this extraordinary poker face throughout the whole thing? He he behaves like he's sort of lobotomize throughout tennis matches. And then and then he hits the winning show. And this animal the pays. A really really explosion of emotion. The end is great. I love it. I've so much respect for him. But yes, quite something. So that's good went through the Dow one through he was pretty comfortable tonight against Matthew evidence hill into with jump macular at the end that lasted longer than the match. Career woman federal on sent on our layer. I mean. Wrong. No, quality interviews. But when did when did a own court post much into go from sort of a couple of bountiful questions to pack so into the? Times Catherine's next Clara news is style extending interviews by eight questions. So you're an adult through comfortably Kerber through. She went right. We've just had unac- stimul-. He's going to face the Dow in the next round. But goodness me what was that. That was so tempted whistle drummed out boys the most radian photography on the big screen background. So, but you're planning against Lexington. It was really close doesn't it? 'cause he was leading two sets to love ended up going into a faith. Why was that? I mean, you know, you look at that match on paper, you think Tim knows one Sydney, and he's got all this foam. Why did that ended up being such a close back in the end? That's on. What was a couple of things. I think one I do think I thought this for awhile about the Australians in this Australian summer they've got this a lot of pressure for them to play the events. You know, if you go Brisbane, you gotta find Sydney, and suddenly he's in Australian Open, and he's not exactly fresh any. He looked a little bit. Like, he hit the wall tonight, sort of it wasn't really wasn't getting his groundstrokes through the call and Lexington sort of took over, but an essay, we did see classic them and all when most people would shrink. He grew in that fit set and manage to find a way, and that's that's what he does. That's what he's all about watched by Lleyton Hewitt as as we've been discussing this. And we've had this whole thing with Ben atomics, words, etc. We asked Leon Smith right Britain Davis Cup, captain. So so the contemporary of Fuad's in that sort of role about that situation. And he said, you know, it is a problem really the because what's happening in that box. Is that is not just a Davis Cup captain sitting up there watching a player and supporting the the support team. He's actually coaching them and all their he's he's got like an earpiece in talking to talking to the coach. It's it feels too much really given given the fact that you've got all these players, and it's and they're all all is are gonna wanna know what hold on is gonna get preferential treatment for the Davis Cup. He's gonna get wild constantly. Get these coach do they make. Coach, right. But I it goes beyond just being Christmas with him. I think Dino spent Christmas with the Hewitt's. I, you know, I think curious did one of his social media posts which she deleted enforcer yet. You can't. But he knows it screen shows exist, right? I just. I'm really torn about this. Because I think that factions of this of this. Men. Australian men's tennis divide or behaving badly an immature Lii in. And the behavior is not great. But then equally. The role of Davis Cup captain is to to somehow become all of that. And get the players playing for you then. But then, but then I guarantee circus because I think, but like I mean, how is there a way to you know, some things are manageable. But then Bernie said, this is just Bernie Bernie complaints. I mean, Pat Rafter couldn't manage Benny. I mean, if you didn't like Pat Rafter like just hundred United on human interaction. Fantastic. Brian has been fearing today. He's played his first match at a grand slam. Maybe I mentioned title since having the same operation. Andy Murray may well decide to have and he was descr discussing it quite a lot Kathrina..

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"unac" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"unac" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"And so they were able to do that. I think the real hero. That thing was the Clemson offense line. They did what myself and a lot of people did not think they could get -ccomplish which was they really held off when Williams those guys we talked to people in the in the in the Clemson lock of one of the things they said it we got the best defensive line in the country. Our guys go up against that every day in practice. So because they were able to handle that I think that made it all go for those receivers, and especially especially laws. There's been a lot of chatter about Alabama, especially the defensive. Game plan. I mean to notwithstanding. But as you look at that, especially at the future of that staff. It's all it was already had to replace curves. Mark. Jeremy Pruitt in short order. What do you see Bruce? You talked to coaches all the time. Yeah. I think there were concerns about what the adjustments were made at that point. But again, I think what it comes back to is. I think people forgot that they had to replace a lot of really really good players, especially in the second. And this was a chance when they went up against receivers will exploited, and I'm not sure what the adjustments, you know, they could've made to remedy some of that. I just think Clemson was playing with such a confidence level and the receivers, you know, as trouble on was some of those balls were fifty fifty balls go, you know, go just be a better athlete than than the guys in crimson. And they were able to do that. So I think on that fun. It was it was it was impressive. What they were able to do. I just looked like for the first time in a long time. Maybe ever at an Alabama that staff didn't seem like it had any answers, you know, just kind of this onslaught of whoa. These guys are playing better than us. That's not to say that if they matched up ten times. That I'll Abella wouldn't win some. But I just thought you look like a team that was just kinda resigned to the fact that they're night, and they're just playing at a different level than we are tonight. And and again, you know, I don't know how much more adjustments only, you know, they, you know. The fake on special teams glue up in their face. But I think at that point you saw level of of panic which uses just don't see from from unac- saving team talking to Bruce Feldman. Listen clemes has been around for a while. But but is this to conic shift in power as many suggested his Clinton now, Alabama's equal or these just ridiculous questions asked by s by talk show hosts like me. No, I think you can have these things out like going into the dealer and gloom. And saying something really asinine about Alabama. And the I mean clemson's one two national titles. The thing that should scare other people and should terrify the ACC is just blew out Alabama. And they did so every touchdown. They scored both offense and defensively was by a freshman or sophomore. So they're not going away..

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 Syria widens southwest offensive, U.N. says 45,000 flee Reuters

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

03:44 min | 3 years ago

Syria widens southwest offensive, U.N. says 45,000 flee Reuters

"Unac storage facility in russia that's after the news bbc news with sue montgomery a retired spanish doctor accused of stealing a baby from her mother and nearly half a century ago is appearing in court in madrid eduardo they lies the first doctor to stand trial in connection with the theft of thousands of babies during the regime of general francisco franco guy hedge coup reports dr villa is accused of taking a newborn girl from her mother without permission in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine and giving her to a couple for adoption eightyfive five year old doctor villa who denies any wrongdoing could face up to thirteen years in prison campaigners believe this case is part of a much wider practice which began in the late nineteen thirties at the start of francisco franco's dictatorship they say that babies were frequently taken away from unmarried mothers as well as from people identified as opponents of the regime syrian pro government forces are reported to have made their first significant capture of territory in a major offensive against rebels in the south west of the country our editors sebastian nassir reports this latest syrian government offensive has been brewing for weeks in the past few days it's begun in earnest with artillery and air bombardment now reports by activists and in syrian state media savvy armies taken to villages in the northeast of data province the strategy is familiar to cut rebel areas to smaller and smaller sections that are then brought to submission by mixture of bombing negotiation dir is not only where the syrian uprising began but a key strategic gharib the you un says the fighting is driven at least forty five thousand civilians to flee with that number likely to grow the government of malta says it's trying to find a diplomatic solution to avoid a humanitarian crisis involving a micro rescue vessel run by german charity more than two hundred migrants are aboard but the ship has been blocked from italian ports motor says it's looking to share responsibility for dealing with the migrants u n investigators and the democratic republic of congo say both government forces and militia groups have committed violations amounting to war crimes and crimes against humanity in kasai province emission folks reports from geneva county i province descended into violence two years ago following the death of a local leader during fighting with security forces caz is conflict has the un report says been characterized by horrific atrocities children have been forcibly recruited into militia groups and then ordered to decapitate their enemies government forces have looted and burned villages and raped and killed women and girls the u n investigators say drc's government must bring those responsible to justice and must provide support for the victims world news from the bbc this is wnyc in new york i'm richard hake starting saturday female will no longer pay to shelter puerto rican evacuees on the mainland pima spokesperson will initiatives smith says the agency believes people who fled the island after hurricane maria should be able to return or find alternative shelter arrangements other housing options are becoming available now so when the extension was granted we sort of assess the need so that's why the deadline was set to june thirtieth out of about thirteen hundred evacuees nationwide one hundred twenty six or house in new york and thirty two are in new jersey most of them in hotels mayor de blasios continuing to put pressure on the federal government's released more information about hundreds of children in foster care who are separated from their parents at.

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