17 Burst results for "Wall River"

"wall river" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

Travel with Rick Steves

05:31 min | 10 months ago

"wall river" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

"To feel right at home when you step out for coffee or a beer. Today's interviews were recorded before the pandemic just walking down the street. You can see berlin history all around you. Sometimes it can be rather grand and sometimes it's quite tragic the one time. Gritty manufacturing hub is now enlivened by a burgeoning art and texting the trust young workers to the city. Berlin seems to be a city in constant flux. And that's one of the reasons. Our have each chosen to call it their home. carolina marburger. And hobart zimmer grew up in small towns in germany and moved into the big city while several years ago macy hitchcock relocated to berlin from london. They join us now on travel with rick steves to tell us why they love berlin caroliina macy holger bell common in so nice to have you here and talk about a city that really is i would say of all the cities in europe. The most changed city in the last generation. You could say is berlin when you think of your hometown. How would you characterize the change in the last generation carolina. Well given that. Of course the major change is the of the wall but actually what should always take into the regime that change was one of the defining moment of throughout its history because there was long before any war hit there was a saying every famous that said berlin is doomed to evermore become but never to be berlin is doomed to ever more the become but never be say that in germany. Lena's pod dumpster too much of that in two nine. Ooh sounds good. But i like english better. And that's so true isn't it. I mean i was just there recently in the spree river. Which for so long was the city turned. Its back on holger. What what is the position of the spree river. Now which is really like the the thames in london or the sane paris. Yeah it's still. Let's say not really bay the bill even though they're working on this big time that maybe one day we can actually dive into the river right in the city centre but it has really changed and that many more kind of places have opened up like a beach bars. Here are barak can go downs tango out in the open. It's right by the riverside museum and so a lot of things are happening that make the river more accessible and more walkable really more integrated into the city's living heritage because you said it's not quite switchable -able but someday maybe you can dive into it and enjoy that but A generation ago if you jumped into the river you might have policemen shooting you. That's another story indeed. Yeah not just you getting a big skin rash here from all the pollution which is getting better but yes at some part of the wall river was the natural border between east and west and the wall right next to it so That has changed and that really was Has a lot of gruesome stories about that and macy. When i'm on the spree river in berlin now it says holger mentioned there sort of fake tahiti beach resorts almost. I mean you've got lounge chairs and and my ties and that must be fun in the summer it is. It's a lot. There's probably a little bit less than that. There was a big phase where there was a lot of that going on..

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"wall river" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"wall river" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

"Toasts percenter etc. And i took a sip and it's awful and are no milk pa stillwater. I've used in it or fix the coffee itself but it was really upsetting that right there a moment ago are you. Are you an oat milk person almond milk person to. I'm oatmeal person. But i still consume dairy. I just genuinely like me too. Yeah but i am also lactose intolerant. it is delicious. It is thanks. I don't know if you heard me. But i made an audible noise as we were starting up after i took a sip. Oh this is bad. The worst part is. I think i'm still gonna finish it so everything was yeah. Hopefully i can recover to do this. Podcast because that was a tough blow while we have a lot to cover. Today we do. We certainly do this is. This is really that time of year. When i think a lot of people are a little bit like you know. We're already to kind of put the game side for a little bit. The finals happened. The drafters has happened. But then you just get immediately swept up in the excitement of free agents get swept up in an and it's also like the most important time even though it really isn't but it is in terms of what we do for a living and just the interest in the league which is a totally different conversation but it is fun. I enjoy it On today's show we're going to sift through our top three winners and top three losers from day one of free agency which was yesterday and you know maybe some there will be some breaking news wall river according which would be very exciting that we can respond to but before we get there we just like to shut up of course the open floor globe for all the incredible emails that you guys have sent over the past Well i guess forever but keep sending them into open floor. Male female dot com. I read a few out loud to my wife vacation and even though she had no idea what i was talking about it and begged me to stop multiple times they were. I'd really love to get some about free agency to answer over our next few shows because you guys are so smart and as such thought provoking questions Okay on So how do you want to do this. Do you wanna give me. You wanna start winners. Do you wanna start losers. Do you wanna kick things off. I've loved to kick things off. Connect kick things off with my number one loser overdoing losers i. We don't have to. I mean we could alternate. We could alternate now. That's beautiful i love. I have a lot of losers. I have more than three case. My only fear is that will never get to the winners start here. But that's fine. Hit me with your number one loser. My number one losers people who are tired of hearing about in culture guests one mike. The miami are back i could. I could see you. Pounding the table and angriest. Today i can just picture so clearly. Not only after. They acquired kyle lowry but after stealing. Pj tucker right out from under the bucks billionaire owners who. I couldn't find the pocket change necessary to keep. Pj tucker out we will be addressing them later. At least i will be. Yes in all seriousness. I'll say this about the heat. I don't know let's cut right to the chase. I don't know that their title contenders after the moves. They made on monday to start free agency. I do think the performance of two guys who are on the wrong side of thirty five in larry tucker is a little tricky tucker had some nice moments during the plassey house would other moments where frankly did look hold having said all that you know..

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"wall river" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"wall river" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Right. Akbar were in the shadow of the Alamo and Oh, no. Isaac called Eros grip slipped and he plunged into the river walk a shocking early exit for the rock climber and former champion. Oh, boy, Whenever I think of the Alamo, I think of the general who used to give my team the Los Angeles Lakers fits. I'm going San Antonio here. Yeah, that is correct. River Wall River one, wasn't it, The admiral, not the general. All the generals to kill O Neill, the admiral. Hey, generalized where he does insurance. Yeah, Yeah, That's good marketing. Because I think them now you're right. Is the area? Yes, alright match. The Phoenix Najee Richardson's taking on our biggest course yet 5.6 million square feet. He's already escaped Nickelodeon universe and rock of ages. Black light mini golf. He ran past 500 retail stores, and now he's on level four at Rick Bronson's House of comedy. He'll need to keep it to a type five to qualify for City finals. Oh, my. Where is that? Well, thank God you threw in that last one? Because I've actually performed that Rick Ross is going to have a couple. It wasn't in Arizona. Was that a place that had I counted seven Orange? Julius says the mall of America and many. Yes, Yes, that place. Well, I spent a lot of time there and point and I get a lot of free samples of your They They banned me from from Cinnabon. They said no more. Too many samples. I am so glad he got that. Because there's no way I would have known that. What? What? All right after this is the last one. It's for you. Oh, boy. It's the finals and instead.

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"wall river" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"wall river" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"Clicking on the link in the show notes before explain what is happening today in the city of meghan. I need to set the table by explaining what happened back. In september nineteen forty four. The allies had landed in normandy back in june and we're pushing north into belgium and the netherlands. The goal was to get to berlin quickly and try to finish the war by christmas to achieve this british field. Marshal bernard montgomery hatched a plan known as operation market garden market wasn't audacious plan whereby allied paratroopers would be dropped behind enemy lines to take key bridges and land forces would then rush up behind them to advance and cut off german forces. The airborne component was the market. The ground forces were the garden if successful this would have created a one hundred kilometer thrust into the netherlands which would have created one arm of a pincer which would then enveloped the german industrial. Heartland if you want an excellent dramatization of operation market garden. I suggest watching epic. Nineteen seventy seven movie a bridge too far. They especially have scenes that detail the events. I'll be talking about in this episode. One of the key bridges which needed to be taken was in the city of nine. Megan as i noted in the introduction nine megan sits on the wall river which is a very wide river and very important for transportation. The bridge overnight. Megan was one of the longest in europe at the time the entire plan involved one road and capturing key bridges along that road if one of the bridges along route failed to be taken. The entire operation would fail. I'm not going to go into more detail but operation market garden as it could easily be. Its own episode. Suffice it to say that taking the bridge and nine megan was key to success of the entire operation. There was a second railroad bridge nine. Megan but the story revolves around the road bridge in meghan. The major concern was that the road bridge was going to be blown up the germans. If that happened the entire operation was dead. However the germans believed that the bridge needed to be preserved so it could be part of a future german.

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"wall river" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"wall river" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"By clicking on the link in the show notes. Before I explain what is happening today in the city of Megan I I need to set the table by explaining what happened back in. September nineteen, forty four. The allies had landed in Normandy back in June and pushing North into Belgium and the Netherlands. The goal was to get to Berlin quickly and try to finish the war by Christmas. To achieve this British Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery hatched a plan known as Operation Market Garden. Market. Garden. Was An audacious plan whereby allied paratroopers would be dropped behind enemy lines to take key bridges and land forces would then rush up behind them to advance and cut off German forces. The airborne component was the market and the ground forces were the garden. If successful, this would have created a one hundred kilometer thrust into the Netherlands which would have created one arm of a pincer, which would then envelope the German industrial heartland. If you want an excellent dramatization of Operation Market Garden I suggest watching the epoch nineteen, seventy, seven movie a bridge too far. They especially have scenes that detail the events I'll be talking about in episode. One of the key bridges which needed to be taken was in the city of nine Megan. As I noted in the introduction nine Megan sits on the wall river, which is a very wide river and very important for transportation. The bridge overnight Megan was one of the longest in Europe at the time. The entire plan involved one road and capturing key bridges along that road. If one of the bridges along the route failed to be taken, the entire operation would fail. I'm not going to go into more detail about operation market garden as it could easily be its own episode suffice to say that taking the bridge and nine Megan was key to success of the entire operation. There was a second railroad bridge in nine Meghan, but this story revolves around the road bridge. In Nine Megan the major concern was that the road bridge was going to be blown up by the Germans if that happened, then the entire operation was dead however, the Germans believed that the bridge needed to be preserved. So it could be part of a future German counterattack. When the I paratroopers were dropped and the attack began on September seventeenth the bridge was intact. The entire operation however went much lower than expected with delays and taking bridges and traffic jams. When the time came to take the bridge and September twentieth the Allies realized they needed to take both sides of the bridge to get to the north side of the bridge. They would need boats and they didn't have any. They eventually found thirty two canvas boats in Belgium, which had to be rushed up tonight Megan for the bridge assault. Only twenty, six of the thirty two boats ended.

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"wall river" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"wall river" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

"Knowledge and the tools at your disposal, which there's never been more tools at our disposal, but now I mean when I got started, there was no bigger pockets. There was none of this right. I had to pay shoe amounts from people to learn to grow. I had to you know there was not a simple database that I could even search to find these people. It was very localized, so the opportunities for individual investors people starting out has never been greater than it is right. Right now and when you look at how you're formatting the basis to grow off of this, I think where people have the hardest time because there's so much noise out there, and they need to pick and choose, and a lot of people adapt certain certain avenues because they're told, it's the best avenue and when I look at when you're when you're starting out and defining that destination, not only do you have to have a clear path? You have to have a clear toolbag once you have a good tool bag you can. Can Start Walking on the path because finance business all this it's, it's like you're walking and fog, right? You can see six feet in front of you, but you have to walk six feet to see the next six feet. Those things go hand in hand. You can't do it without if you're not walking. You're not seeing further down down the way, and if you don't have the right tools in the bag, then once you encounter problems and all the issues that you need. You have nothing to overcome them and so sure rating. Good Network Knowledge Base here. Rating the right amount of the right people for the right jobs, all these different things that go into it that allows you once the fog clears, and you see the Stonewall, or whatever it is blocking your path, and instead of just saying I knew it. This is a dead end. There's nothing I can't. Do you utilize the resources you get over the wall and you keep going, and you're GONNA be walk in, and there's not going to be any problems at all and then one day. You'RE GONNA hit a wall river. River whatever it may be just like I did. And the the purpose is to utilize the things that you're disposal to get over those struggles and keep moving, and then the higher up you go like on a mountain that fog starts to clear and all of a sudden. You get to play, and you're just like. Wow, the possibilities are endless. My possibilities are endless, and you can see so far ahead of you, and then you start looking at things differently so I look at opportunities now based upon the one resource that I can't get more. More of and that's time and so for me. When I look at opportunities, they need to meet a very very large criteria because we have so many of them I have to pass lots and lots of 'em by well. It's part of going down the process, and that's just getting to a point where you can see those things and underwriter evaluate those opportunities properly. Well I love the opponent. A couple of things number one you talked about just how like pride and ego gets in the way right like I. Love pointed that I'll just saying look. Look look. If you just believe you've got everything you need like how many times have I I've met investors who have just had a really difficult time, and I'm like well like you whether they failed at something, or they couldn't get a deal and I and I'll say something. Like what have you read the book on? All like can't find any good deals to flip I. WANNA flip houses. Okay well. What's the last book on flipping you read? Why don't really think that flipping I? Don't think that reading actually matters that much and you're like. Okay well, you have..

"wall river" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"wall river" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Someone that I mean mass of this okay to fix this okay the man at the same issue well thank you all for the discount so have a good day what we have peace we have peace still you're one of the biggest rappers of all time dude did a better phone what the hell was come on man what's he doing John he is going to suck more than mine does I think the thing it was like it was like in and then and street office it was and if it is infected he was putting a I don't know man on the call eight hundred seven sixty cavity of Bloomberg supporters and we hear from you I contend there are more Romney supporters in this audience the Bloomberg support seven sixty KFMB one hundred seven sixty five three six two I am Brett wonderful plenty more straight ahead of some sixty talking breaking news a total order Jim Charlotte and get out of the I was thinking already we okay general William Barr says the president's tweets about justice department prosecutors and cases make it impossible for him to do his job are made the comment during an interview with ABC news just days after the justice department overruled its own prosecutors in the Roger stone case bar suggests it is time to stop the tweeting about justice or department of justice criminal cases the trump administration is transferring three point eight billion dollars in recently passed military funding to finance construction of the border wall who transfer money from National Guard units and aircraft and shipbuilding procurement to any drug accounts second finance construction of the new wall rivers in nine states from the Deep South to the Midwest are above flood stage threatening homes and businesses it comes as an arctic blast sweeps across much of the country tens of millions of Americans could wake up tomorrow to below zero temperatures you're never more than fifteen minutes away from the top stories of the day on the breadwinner bull show aim seven sixty talking breaking news AM seven sixty KFMB.

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"wall river" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"wall river" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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"wall river" Discussed on CodeLess

CodeLess

11:50 min | 2 years ago

"wall river" Discussed on CodeLess

"Before Warren is on podcasts. Again came from my own personal frustration about not having the entire list of podcasts appearance of a particular person that I was disturbing sample the wall river camp huge fan of his wisdom and insights into sharp workshop thinking about you know how to be a great founder and everything and I was fascinated. One day that I wanted to go to every single podcast and the appeared on and listen to it. And if you go on going to like any of the APPS if you search on anyone's name really getting a bunch of garbage basically it looks like anyone mentioning the whole rabbit can't in their bio or indoor description is being listed in the search which is stupid so I am incubating it. I used a lot of neck and `ISMs and ship appeared on Dot Com. That's all the podcast it's basically like. IMDB for podcast. So so that's something for the fifth one is real fun side projects nothing serious. I was joking that I made it to impress my wife. It's called twist them so you you can look at twist them Dogra Idaho and it's basically where she was joking that I was wasting my time refreshing twitter and not I learning anything new or lock binding any wisdom and I was like you know what I'm going to be in the low code generator which would basically show me a new tweet. A new wise tweet from one of my favorite. You Know White People Mauling James Skier Grandma. Yeah whatever you WANNA call. So it's it's it's a little silly product on side but it's been fun. You'll make mistakes. What are some of your best productivity tools? Okay so I live in notion a lot. I use notion ocean a lot of my thoughts and ideas notion. Thanks Brian Hoover. I started using spark. It's alternative for g mail. I'm on product talent. I'm on twitter on the hackers. I think a lot of people are uncomfortable. The fact that social media's GonNa win you disagree and I think productively to me is thinking out loud. Okay Judging Yourself Judging others so if you go see my follows the the people who follow they're mostly people who inspire me on my feet is really clean. I feel like people like you people like you know her inspiring me. They're like they're maker. Baker said busy doing things right. That time on social media for me is actually a net positive. So you're saying even though others might consider you spend in a lot of time on social media the intention behind the people you follow what you talk about and what you put out there. You're saying that that's that's a definite construct construct the right time for yourself and I think it's because if you think about there's never been a greater time than today to really understand how Great Sphinx think right so some of the great author something great you know Congress or the Great. Investors can't believe that today I can go onto a site called SORTA DOT com and I can and the philosophy you know that the wall uses do what's in his investing deals are James Clear uses in his writing mechanisms resumes. Or you know Ryan Hoover uses in the way. He grows his team. It's phenomenal that today. You can do it on twitter right one of the things you have to guard yourself from following twenty random people or like accounts. You're very careful about who you follow. And what not to me. One of the Russian I think. Terrorism at productivity tool is twitter kind of like the best place to find other no code. Yes yes yes. Yes and Protestant is another area but I think twitter is a great great tunnel to take you to whenever you want to go again. That's the intention right so Brian. A lot of this depends on your intention. I got it. One thing I've noticed with your with your tweets is that you do say a lot about what you're thinking or what you're sharing other people say and you're always processing on twitter but the biggest thing I've noticed is that your your your tweets tweets are sometimes very vulnerable. Can you talk about vulnerability in no Code Beena Maker and how helps or maybe hinders as you from being a better maker. I think it's a good question you know. I'm glad you brought that up bottle today in twenty nine thousand nine is is almost as weakness weakness or it's like a liability some of the greatest leaders that I admire you know are honest with themselves and are self aware honorable you know and we're all humans are learning it in a weird way. It actually made me much more much more of a magnitude other authentic. Monitorable automakers how does vulnerability or how has vulnerability impacted the way you make you ship your projects like you know. Have you've done it one way. And then try another way and has vulnerability helps. That's something that I only learned recently in the beginning. Chuck to come off as somebody who figured it out. Who knew everything? Think Menzies Basically acknowledging the fact that you have in Bishop's plan but you're at ground zero so it's basically being humble and honest and saying. Hey guys here's where I am right now. I need some help and it's completely it's hard because a lot of people say that they need help they should get the help. That's entitlement just because you need it. You're not going to get it but if you apologize even the tiniest little appreciation from somebody or suggestion suggestion from somebody eventually compounds. And you're gonNA get exactly what you want. which is so weird about twitter? Sometimes like I would ask a question honestly the about like what. I don't know I could use some help and people will jump in with answers solutions alternatives. Everything and I'm like. Wow this is community doing my work for me. Yes so but it works both ways they see I think people send care. Yeah well if you care they know you know your authentic person. They'll care back what's been the most impactful no code tutorial or article you ever read that really impacted you as is a maker. That's a great question. I would say just watching other people ship just watching products. They ship is more inspiring to me than than anything that I've seen you know I. I don't listen to us much hype about no code. Which is ironic? Because I hype a lot about so I don't I don't necessarily listen every podcast every interview about But I watched their moves. If anything has filled plug DEM's clears Tommy Cabinets. Book is that Act Book has changed me under mentally. I think I'm ready for not. Just no good for the next level challenge. What comes first? Is it the idea India or is it the two that you see. You WanNA use that to make something like what's your process for for making so for longtime. I was fascinated to get the right domain. It's if I found the right. Domain are so hyped up and I was going to be a great product. Now I know that's all bullshit worship right great great domain you can have dot co dot. Co Dot. Whatever people? Don't care now I'm not much not much into Brand names or domains. Greatness is the brand. You don't need a brand name to be great if you are great. That is the brand so if if you build something people love that eventually you know be a recurring thing in their life in the love. It you don't need to worry about all the logos It's so ironic is now. I spend almost like two percent of my time doing logos and domains and anything and I spent a lot of time figuring out the habits and the behavior and the psychology of the users. I want to serve. It's come back to the basics now it's come back to the foundation of. What is the customer going to here? So more Recently what some news in no code that you've come across that you know you WanNa talk about or you know WanNa Pine on the thing that there have been several really good updates this year twenty nine hundred nominal from local like bedsores conference. I couldn't go this but I WANNA exterior bubble getting withdrawn funding linked the several updates. That I'm stoked about code. I think one little especially interesting to me that I just want to talk about is his Elliott. This product came across shoutout to Web Smith issue. Check them out at the date. He'd what a brilliant article about this code income ECOMMERCE. They're kind of like shopping. Fide Elliot is the one data. Sergio just founded right. Yes okay I I know what you're talking about going and I think that was almost was a head-spinning moment for me because shop is a giant as be calmer winds but having being no code having Okla platform do that. I think there's a master moves for the timing of it. The timing is amazing. Milk Goat Right. Yeah so if there's a quick and dirty way for me to like the store a no code store and the ship it and focus more than branding in center the city on on human factor on the on the personal factors I think is a win and so I just came across recently. I'm surprised I didn't know about about that before. Five Web Smith wrote often casting article on this and Giovanni to really think a lot of deeper so now okay. We talked about some important news. What do you look to be doing in the next week or two? Okay so actually heard about what I've been up to five projects. Last cutting months billing audience's learning learning the kings of product building. Basically iterating a lot. I'm a huge meteoroid rating. Lot anytime I feel like I'm stuck with something ship. Yeah so I can learn the whole Johnny Z. So that's what I've been up to. What I'm doing right now is what I want to discuss? What standards podcast is is the next big product? Twenty twenty. Very excited about it. It's it's called. Writers compound dot com and the premise is that long form content is making a huge comeback. So today on the Internet if you're not publishing long form Tom content consistently as writer or even as somebody was opinions are who are trying to build leverage you know. I think you'll losing to the ones doing it. And I think this is the problem. That writers also writer along with being maker and I struggled with keeping my motivation intact for two weeks okay. I described him short films in Chart Creativity in thirty minutes forty minutes. But it's ironic because as a maker is a state of my motivation for two three four five weeks. It's a big difference. There and here is the community so it will be kind of like India hackers but for writers so I am my own biggest customer. I know everything that with right and I just launch landing page. Yesterday will actually today money. They got twenty five people already. Deeming me hitting me up and saying thank you for shipping this a problem that we all struggle with this. Here's the thing if you've.

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"wall river" Discussed on CodeLess

CodeLess

11:50 min | 2 years ago

"wall river" Discussed on CodeLess

"Before Warren is on podcasts. Again came from my own personal frustration about not having the entire list of podcasts appearance of a particular person that I was disturbing sample the wall river camp huge fan of his wisdom and insights into sharp workshop thinking about you know how to be a great founder and everything and I was fascinated. One day that I wanted to go to every single podcast and the appeared on and listen to it. And if you go on going to like any of the APPS if you search on anyone's name really getting a bunch of garbage basically it looks like anyone mentioning the whole rabbit can't in their bio or indoor description is being listed in the search which is stupid so I am incubating it. I used a lot of neck and `ISMs and ship appeared on Dot Com. That's all the podcast it's basically like. IMDB for podcast. So so that's something for the fifth one is real fun side projects nothing serious. I was joking that I made it to impress my wife. It's called twist them so you you can look at twist them Dogra Idaho and it's basically where she was joking that I was wasting my time refreshing twitter and not I learning anything new or lock binding any wisdom and I was like you know what I'm going to be in the low code generator which would basically show me a new tweet. A new wise tweet from one of my favorite. You Know White People Mauling James Skier Grandma. Yeah whatever you WANNA call. So it's it's it's a little silly product on side but it's been fun. You'll make mistakes. What are some of your best productivity tools? Okay so I live in notion a lot. I use notion ocean a lot of my thoughts and ideas notion. Thanks Brian Hoover. I started using spark. It's alternative for g mail. I'm on product talent. I'm on twitter on the hackers. I think a lot of people are uncomfortable. The fact that social media's GonNa win you disagree and I think productively to me is thinking out loud. Okay Judging Yourself Judging others so if you go see my follows the the people who follow they're mostly people who inspire me on my feet is really clean. I feel like people like you people like you know her inspiring me. They're like they're maker. Baker said busy doing things right. That time on social media for me is actually a net positive. So you're saying even though others might consider you spend in a lot of time on social media the intention behind the people you follow what you talk about and what you put out there. You're saying that that's that's a definite construct construct the right time for yourself and I think it's because if you think about there's never been a greater time than today to really understand how Great Sphinx think right so some of the great author something great you know Congress or the Great. Investors can't believe that today I can go onto a site called SORTA DOT com and I can and the philosophy you know that the wall uses do what's in his investing deals are James Clear uses in his writing mechanisms resumes. Or you know Ryan Hoover uses in the way. He grows his team. It's phenomenal that today. You can do it on twitter right one of the things you have to guard yourself from following twenty random people or like accounts. You're very careful about who you follow. And what not to me. One of the Russian I think. Terrorism at productivity tool is twitter kind of like the best place to find other no code. Yes yes yes. Yes and Protestant is another area but I think twitter is a great great tunnel to take you to whenever you want to go again. That's the intention right so Brian. A lot of this depends on your intention. I got it. One thing I've noticed with your with your tweets is that you do say a lot about what you're thinking or what you're sharing other people say and you're always processing on twitter but the biggest thing I've noticed is that your your your tweets tweets are sometimes very vulnerable. Can you talk about vulnerability in no Code Beena Maker and how helps or maybe hinders as you from being a better maker. I think it's a good question you know. I'm glad you brought that up bottle today in twenty nine thousand nine is is almost as weakness weakness or it's like a liability some of the greatest leaders that I admire you know are honest with themselves and are self aware honorable you know and we're all humans are learning it in a weird way. It actually made me much more much more of a magnitude other authentic. Monitorable automakers how does vulnerability or how has vulnerability impacted the way you make you ship your projects like you know. Have you've done it one way. And then try another way and has vulnerability helps. That's something that I only learned recently in the beginning. Chuck to come off as somebody who figured it out. Who knew everything? Think Menzies Basically acknowledging the fact that you have in Bishop's plan but you're at ground zero so it's basically being humble and honest and saying. Hey guys here's where I am right now. I need some help and it's completely it's hard because a lot of people say that they need help they should get the help. That's entitlement just because you need it. You're not going to get it but if you apologize even the tiniest little appreciation from somebody or suggestion suggestion from somebody eventually compounds. And you're gonNA get exactly what you want. which is so weird about twitter? Sometimes like I would ask a question honestly the about like what. I don't know I could use some help and people will jump in with answers solutions alternatives. Everything and I'm like. Wow this is community doing my work for me. Yes so but it works both ways they see I think people send care. Yeah well if you care they know you know your authentic person. They'll care back what's been the most impactful no code tutorial or article you ever read that really impacted you as is a maker. That's a great question. I would say just watching other people ship just watching products. They ship is more inspiring to me than than anything that I've seen you know I. I don't listen to us much hype about no code. Which is ironic? Because I hype a lot about so I don't I don't necessarily listen every podcast every interview about But I watched their moves. If anything has filled plug DEM's clears Tommy Cabinets. Book is that Act Book has changed me under mentally. I think I'm ready for not. Just no good for the next level challenge. What comes first? Is it the idea India or is it the two that you see. You WanNA use that to make something like what's your process for for making so for longtime. I was fascinated to get the right domain. It's if I found the right. Domain are so hyped up and I was going to be a great product. Now I know that's all bullshit worship right great great domain you can have dot co dot. Co Dot. Whatever people? Don't care now I'm not much not much into Brand names or domains. Greatness is the brand. You don't need a brand name to be great if you are great. That is the brand so if if you build something people love that eventually you know be a recurring thing in their life in the love. It you don't need to worry about all the logos It's so ironic is now. I spend almost like two percent of my time doing logos and domains and anything and I spent a lot of time figuring out the habits and the behavior and the psychology of the users. I want to serve. It's come back to the basics now it's come back to the foundation of. What is the customer going to here? So more Recently what some news in no code that you've come across that you know you WanNa talk about or you know WanNa Pine on the thing that there have been several really good updates this year twenty nine hundred nominal from local like bedsores conference. I couldn't go this but I WANNA exterior bubble getting withdrawn funding linked the several updates. That I'm stoked about code. I think one little especially interesting to me that I just want to talk about is his Elliott. This product came across shoutout to Web Smith issue. Check them out at the date. He'd what a brilliant article about this code income ECOMMERCE. They're kind of like shopping. Fide Elliot is the one data. Sergio just founded right. Yes okay I I know what you're talking about going and I think that was almost was a head-spinning moment for me because shop is a giant as be calmer winds but having being no code having Okla platform do that. I think there's a master moves for the timing of it. The timing is amazing. Milk Goat Right. Yeah so if there's a quick and dirty way for me to like the store a no code store and the ship it and focus more than branding in center the city on on human factor on the on the personal factors I think is a win and so I just came across recently. I'm surprised I didn't know about about that before. Five Web Smith wrote often casting article on this and Giovanni to really think a lot of deeper so now okay. We talked about some important news. What do you look to be doing in the next week or two? Okay so actually heard about what I've been up to five projects. Last cutting months billing audience's learning learning the kings of product building. Basically iterating a lot. I'm a huge meteoroid rating. Lot anytime I feel like I'm stuck with something ship. Yeah so I can learn the whole Johnny Z. So that's what I've been up to. What I'm doing right now is what I want to discuss? What standards podcast is is the next big product? Twenty twenty. Very excited about it. It's it's called. Writers compound dot com and the premise is that long form content is making a huge comeback. So today on the Internet if you're not publishing long form Tom content consistently as writer or even as somebody was opinions are who are trying to build leverage you know. I think you'll losing to the ones doing it. And I think this is the problem. That writers also writer along with being maker and I struggled with keeping my motivation intact for two weeks okay. I described him short films in Chart Creativity in thirty minutes forty minutes. But it's ironic because as a maker is a state of my motivation for two three four five weeks. It's a big difference. There and here is the community so it will be kind of like India hackers but for writers so I am my own biggest customer. I know everything that with right and I just launch landing page. Yesterday will actually today money. They got twenty five people already. 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"wall river" Discussed on CodeLess

CodeLess

11:50 min | 2 years ago

"wall river" Discussed on CodeLess

"Before Warren is on podcasts. Again came from my own personal frustration about not having the entire list of podcasts appearance of a particular person that I was disturbing sample the wall river camp huge fan of his wisdom and insights into sharp workshop thinking about you know how to be a great founder and everything and I was fascinated. One day that I wanted to go to every single podcast and the appeared on and listen to it. And if you go on going to like any of the APPS if you search on anyone's name really getting a bunch of garbage basically it looks like anyone mentioning the whole rabbit can't in their bio or indoor description is being listed in the search which is stupid so I am incubating it. I used a lot of neck and `ISMs and ship appeared on Dot Com. That's all the podcast it's basically like. IMDB for podcast. So so that's something for the fifth one is real fun side projects nothing serious. I was joking that I made it to impress my wife. It's called twist them so you you can look at twist them Dogra Idaho and it's basically where she was joking that I was wasting my time refreshing twitter and not I learning anything new or lock binding any wisdom and I was like you know what I'm going to be in the low code generator which would basically show me a new tweet. A new wise tweet from one of my favorite. You Know White People Mauling James Skier Grandma. Yeah whatever you WANNA call. So it's it's it's a little silly product on side but it's been fun. You'll make mistakes. What are some of your best productivity tools? Okay so I live in notion a lot. I use notion ocean a lot of my thoughts and ideas notion. Thanks Brian Hoover. I started using spark. It's alternative for g mail. I'm on product talent. I'm on twitter on the hackers. I think a lot of people are uncomfortable. The fact that social media's GonNa win you disagree and I think productively to me is thinking out loud. Okay Judging Yourself Judging others so if you go see my follows the the people who follow they're mostly people who inspire me on my feet is really clean. I feel like people like you people like you know her inspiring me. They're like they're maker. Baker said busy doing things right. That time on social media for me is actually a net positive. So you're saying even though others might consider you spend in a lot of time on social media the intention behind the people you follow what you talk about and what you put out there. You're saying that that's that's a definite construct construct the right time for yourself and I think it's because if you think about there's never been a greater time than today to really understand how Great Sphinx think right so some of the great author something great you know Congress or the Great. Investors can't believe that today I can go onto a site called SORTA DOT com and I can and the philosophy you know that the wall uses do what's in his investing deals are James Clear uses in his writing mechanisms resumes. Or you know Ryan Hoover uses in the way. He grows his team. It's phenomenal that today. You can do it on twitter right one of the things you have to guard yourself from following twenty random people or like accounts. You're very careful about who you follow. And what not to me. One of the Russian I think. Terrorism at productivity tool is twitter kind of like the best place to find other no code. Yes yes yes. Yes and Protestant is another area but I think twitter is a great great tunnel to take you to whenever you want to go again. That's the intention right so Brian. A lot of this depends on your intention. I got it. One thing I've noticed with your with your tweets is that you do say a lot about what you're thinking or what you're sharing other people say and you're always processing on twitter but the biggest thing I've noticed is that your your your tweets tweets are sometimes very vulnerable. Can you talk about vulnerability in no Code Beena Maker and how helps or maybe hinders as you from being a better maker. I think it's a good question you know. I'm glad you brought that up bottle today in twenty nine thousand nine is is almost as weakness weakness or it's like a liability some of the greatest leaders that I admire you know are honest with themselves and are self aware honorable you know and we're all humans are learning it in a weird way. It actually made me much more much more of a magnitude other authentic. Monitorable automakers how does vulnerability or how has vulnerability impacted the way you make you ship your projects like you know. Have you've done it one way. And then try another way and has vulnerability helps. That's something that I only learned recently in the beginning. Chuck to come off as somebody who figured it out. Who knew everything? Think Menzies Basically acknowledging the fact that you have in Bishop's plan but you're at ground zero so it's basically being humble and honest and saying. Hey guys here's where I am right now. I need some help and it's completely it's hard because a lot of people say that they need help they should get the help. That's entitlement just because you need it. You're not going to get it but if you apologize even the tiniest little appreciation from somebody or suggestion suggestion from somebody eventually compounds. And you're gonNA get exactly what you want. which is so weird about twitter? Sometimes like I would ask a question honestly the about like what. I don't know I could use some help and people will jump in with answers solutions alternatives. Everything and I'm like. Wow this is community doing my work for me. Yes so but it works both ways they see I think people send care. Yeah well if you care they know you know your authentic person. They'll care back what's been the most impactful no code tutorial or article you ever read that really impacted you as is a maker. That's a great question. I would say just watching other people ship just watching products. They ship is more inspiring to me than than anything that I've seen you know I. I don't listen to us much hype about no code. Which is ironic? Because I hype a lot about so I don't I don't necessarily listen every podcast every interview about But I watched their moves. If anything has filled plug DEM's clears Tommy Cabinets. Book is that Act Book has changed me under mentally. I think I'm ready for not. Just no good for the next level challenge. What comes first? Is it the idea India or is it the two that you see. You WanNA use that to make something like what's your process for for making so for longtime. I was fascinated to get the right domain. It's if I found the right. Domain are so hyped up and I was going to be a great product. Now I know that's all bullshit worship right great great domain you can have dot co dot. Co Dot. Whatever people? Don't care now I'm not much not much into Brand names or domains. Greatness is the brand. You don't need a brand name to be great if you are great. That is the brand so if if you build something people love that eventually you know be a recurring thing in their life in the love. It you don't need to worry about all the logos It's so ironic is now. I spend almost like two percent of my time doing logos and domains and anything and I spent a lot of time figuring out the habits and the behavior and the psychology of the users. I want to serve. It's come back to the basics now it's come back to the foundation of. What is the customer going to here? So more Recently what some news in no code that you've come across that you know you WanNa talk about or you know WanNa Pine on the thing that there have been several really good updates this year twenty nine hundred nominal from local like bedsores conference. I couldn't go this but I WANNA exterior bubble getting withdrawn funding linked the several updates. That I'm stoked about code. I think one little especially interesting to me that I just want to talk about is his Elliott. This product came across shoutout to Web Smith issue. Check them out at the date. He'd what a brilliant article about this code income ECOMMERCE. They're kind of like shopping. Fide Elliot is the one data. Sergio just founded right. Yes okay I I know what you're talking about going and I think that was almost was a head-spinning moment for me because shop is a giant as be calmer winds but having being no code having Okla platform do that. I think there's a master moves for the timing of it. The timing is amazing. Milk Goat Right. Yeah so if there's a quick and dirty way for me to like the store a no code store and the ship it and focus more than branding in center the city on on human factor on the on the personal factors I think is a win and so I just came across recently. I'm surprised I didn't know about about that before. Five Web Smith wrote often casting article on this and Giovanni to really think a lot of deeper so now okay. We talked about some important news. What do you look to be doing in the next week or two? Okay so actually heard about what I've been up to five projects. Last cutting months billing audience's learning learning the kings of product building. Basically iterating a lot. I'm a huge meteoroid rating. Lot anytime I feel like I'm stuck with something ship. Yeah so I can learn the whole Johnny Z. So that's what I've been up to. What I'm doing right now is what I want to discuss? What standards podcast is is the next big product? Twenty twenty. Very excited about it. It's it's called. Writers compound dot com and the premise is that long form content is making a huge comeback. So today on the Internet if you're not publishing long form Tom content consistently as writer or even as somebody was opinions are who are trying to build leverage you know. I think you'll losing to the ones doing it. And I think this is the problem. That writers also writer along with being maker and I struggled with keeping my motivation intact for two weeks okay. I described him short films in Chart Creativity in thirty minutes forty minutes. But it's ironic because as a maker is a state of my motivation for two three four five weeks. It's a big difference. There and here is the community so it will be kind of like India hackers but for writers so I am my own biggest customer. I know everything that with right and I just launch landing page. Yesterday will actually today money. They got twenty five people already. Deeming me hitting me up and saying thank you for shipping this a problem that we all struggle with this. Here's the thing if you've.

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"wall river" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

10:40 min | 2 years ago

"wall river" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"Yeah are you the Grinch is this what by the Grinch about a good day today what what's wrong with you guys my one they've they've got the last four days I work the one line college basketball you I'm sorry what are you doing I mean I we got Sean who complains we talk college football if you bring of college basketball league wired for the by the way it before Jason Hirschhorn joins us I I I was started type this out I'm just I'm too lazy to type it would tell us where the bit my name is what he played himself out of the number one pick expect Cincinnati to draft borough and ruin his career are you talking about the Bengals picked up the first one of the season that would have the dolphins that if the dolphins had one today there were two wins they were right there the banks nobody is out of the race for the top pick in the draft right now it in detail they all started to win this afternoon so I'm sorry already maybe the someone mentioned blow for borough I think that might be a little bit too racy though yeah that's yeah that's a long shot but will the giants are could be right now they don't need a quarterback but that doesn't mean they can't trade out of that pic with somebody else who wants one you know join in joining us right now is our man Jason Hirschhorn covers the Los Angeles Chargers for Sports Illustrated spent time covering the Packers as well too so I J. so we're just trying to battle over who's gonna end up with that topic now the bagels actually won a game and with AT Dalton back at quarterback and we say the resurgence Cincinnati Bengals you thank now maybe the Pentagon expectation right like one eight game which go the more than they had prior to today but it's still a bagel theme that is well on its way to the number one overall pick in the twenty twenty and yeah that's that's for sure you know Jason since my partner won't admit it out it's like pulling teeth I'm gonna put you on the spot let me hear you say how great Tom Brady look today how he just looks fantastic it should be another super ball and that the patriots don't need a quarterback because Tom Brady is still little we quarterback that me hear you say that what is that thing but I can actually agree with other then the patriots are still fairly well positioned to make a Superbowl run all of their flaws included the issue is what Tom Brady is a part of that is there more issues with the office of personnel management so much of the past decade attacking the middle of the field after the game and obviously the active rock played a big role in their inability to do so at that they should lay in twenty nine states he's done he's right it's okay I just wanna tell him he it's over for Tom all right we know that he's a middle of the pack he looks pedestrian for the greatest of all time other patrons at better start thinking about taking a quarterback with their first or second pick because Tom Brady is done so thank well done over Tom Brady could be a situation like twenty fourteen where for the first quarter of the season he really did look done and then the patriots figured it out during the back half of the see the one that Superbowl run with the first of several super bowls this decade so the patriots do not look great right now this is all true but this near can get flipped in a matter of two weeks and we really need to consider how many times the folders in the past we talk about the sex thank you that's what I said it's all it's always funny to me because if I don't say the guy's done suddenly I'm saying he's great patriots have a look good tonight but I've seen this act before not J. so let's get to what you covered quite intently today it was the beginning of one the error of the July cara but could we be seeing the end of the Philip rivers era with the Chargers though every time we try to come out they find themselves right back in the midst of the game what's the future look like for Philip with Los Angeles well yeah a lot about the Chargers there I'll let let's start with the rivers there were reports this morning that if filled rivers turnover issues continued into the day that they would consider bench again and this was news to a lot of us who were covered you're covered if he dated a because Wall river certainly has had issues with her over the season coming into that yet chronically with seven interceptions over the charters previous two games there were two other intersections that we're the gated by penalty they were close that total up to nine in either case the most you've had over any two games Bennett's career it is also George would they we don't really have a lot of other viable locking the Chargers are going to these call me today we're going to make an unlikely playoff run it also had to include bill rivers whereas if they were to lose again you know they're not really that bad a clear limited we know there's not going to play out this year it's almost without a point like why would you bench rivers in it in the last year of his deal when there's nothing really on the line like a kind of killed either way if the the complete but you know the country's after going to pursue it into the future so maybe you want to get a peek at what made this office would look like with Tyrod Taylor maybe even although I think it's highly unlikely this year Houston stick the correctly drafted on day three earlier this April all these things are I suppose in play but I don't think that rivers is gonna be benched they see that although it becomes a much much bigger question Jason what did you think of the pass interference call of that I can only imagine well I would pass interference but I thought it was offered to pass interference if you look at the if you look at the clay from all the angles of the broadcast provided you can see that Casey Hayward the the quarterback that was flagged for the play is really just making a beeline toward the ball he the only person who can even make a plan the ball because of where it was twice and then use the the receiver for Denver that being a court with sudden basically just running into a work out by the NFL rulebook both players have equal rights to the space so by issuing contact sudden should have been flagged or particularly with the fly that should be head instead we look at the past interference penalty so if the Broncos in field goal range we all know what happened after that so I was really the the dicey dicey healthy however the charges have been the situation so many times that I've just this year but for the duration of the after the land air seventeen of the last twenty five games this includes the playoffs hasn't decided by eight points or less so by up to the action or last and when you played the just that close to the edge out within twenty seventeen or twenty eighteen rather you will get away with that very often but just the law of averages that that's gonna progress and exactly what happened this season Jason Hirschhorn is our guest and of course he's a a fantastic follow on Twitter if you're not following Chasin on Twitter please do so at by underscore J. B. H. one final thought on the skin we obviously want to talk real quick on the Packers in the ravens before we get you out of here you saw obviously the frustration what's been a just challenging season for the Chargers but maybe a little New Hope for the Broncos what was your perception and reaction to droop Jr locks first start well product I don't need that account he reminded me a lot of twenty eighteen metric by which I mean he was definitely inaccurate but he was able to make some throws that not a lot of quarterbacks can make and when nothing was developing down field he was able to use both of them use his legs to create first down that is the kind of quarterback philosophies especially we talk about young quarterback and written deals would love to have that no it's one game the come get the defense that even though it had would change back in either Phillips back is not one of the best in the league the game also took place in that all these things have to be considered we're talking about your last performance but for a first start for guy who we are and I are literally as recently as two days ago this pretty impressive performance yeah no doubt say so what did you learn from the San Francisco Baltimore given Lamar Jackson barely threw for over a hundred yards if you would've told me that I would have thought San Francisco one Baltimore gets the field goal victory what did you learn from that game today I thought it was a very promising game for Baltimore even though the or perform statistically as they have for the past month or more at some point we knew that the ravens were going to have to wait to get the get the good team everything was going their way with their offense with not with you the defense is getting the ball is one place would actually somewhere else and this is the kind of opponent that could have that in the future because we do know that the forty Niners I have a very high likelihood of reaching the Superbowl this year they don't do a lot of things fancy at the fence they for the most part just rushing for their dropping almost everybody else into coverage of this is been a staple of Robert cell defense being heard and he'd been in San Francisco there is one very well to do this do that how much help they have a front and I believe they can do that when you reach the playoffs especially if you were to reach the Super Bowl there's a good chance you got to do that again and Baltimore show today that even get that high level point they can make in game adjustments I get enough things to help their way they're able to come with a victory so I what is the rhombus in performance to the rates okay stuff is always Jay said we appreciate your time keep up the great work at by underscore J. B. H. on Twitter and we'll talk to you soon man thanks isn't arctic Jason Hirschhorn in the house hello little delay there that's okay you know sometimes whenever you have those overseas news reporters we'll go to I'm gonna be a little bit of a delay felt like that a few times with patrons come back and win this game I'm walking off the so when I quit I want you to well the wait what what were the Texans just doing tab I don't want to die I don't know what they've been doing the last five minutes of this guy all right from the guy go fox will migrate he owes Steve this Sager roles in what's going on on this Sunday night Steve hello gentlemen I heard that already and for the first time you've gotten the studio to say go pats I'm still Julian antel bit it's not over yet fifth of your actions to go as soon as I say I quit they they scored tubs number they had that missed extra point they're gonna go for two and there was a penalty I then they kicked with you know there what is at fiftieth kicker they've tried this year and it's no good so for the moment it's twenty eight twenty one we'll see about the extra point pending Texans are leading at home under a minutes ago Tom Brady three touchdown passes one pick he's been sacked three times now to Sean Watson's responsible for all four touchdowns for the Texans to ninety at three TD passes and then he got what was ruled a touchdown catch that little forward pitch it wasn't really a lateral accounted as a forward pass that he got from de Andre Hopkins so a six yard touchdown reception to make.

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"wall river" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"wall river" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Utah they reach the great Salt Lake on August thirty they screwed the northern shore of the lake in the blazing desert to the west are forced to abandon the wagons and back everything horses and mules desperate now they turned east and cut a straight across country as they could to find the bear river again before they all died of thirst a weaker animal struggle behind and they had to let them live the oxen drawing the to kill see wagons were trudging along so slow even end could out walk from the brown was white the soul and the wagon wheel screenshot trails as if it's snow sold spangled the blades of grass a struggle but from the crust and ground and cries for water and then she gave us a lesson the canteen she looked at Ben driving the oxen wondering when he had drunk last her own mouth so dry and her and her lips cracked and she tasted was unplugged carrying her baby in front of her yes he kills the rides horseback California is hundreds of miles away forty stumbles upon the headquarters on Wall river and falls its course southwestward across Nevada which occasionally blocked their path and when they do Nancy holds her baby in her arms everyone knew how Indian school children at one place Hindi in surrounded us armed with bows and arrows said Nancy my husband level is good the chief and made an order is India's out of your range minor's reach the sink of the humble they love walk early in October and then begin a grueling trek across forty mile desert.

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"wall river" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"wall river" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"It's time. you know what makes me sick no marriage may semana wall river banks across the river what you're doing in there I think is ninety. today I got good news and bad news good news here is the market got more people employed right now on ever in our history we got two million more jobs available then we got people to fill them and our unemployment rate is so low we broke up fifty year record. bad news is I know but it won't work. your regular Americans in baby boomers it colors Hey when we retire this country's gonna be up the creek man without a panel. like you did okay and my boss Pete Hey my looking for we can help too much Hey Jenny computer engine paper it's got a big sign on the door now hiring. he may be Dr three people into mush no no more new anyway can work it was posted we can help. course posted weekend helpers like start a job description with handle deadly virus. we get about same interest. your young people today they don't want to work I want a job I just don't want to work. like nobody do makers old lady works down target right they have a growing once the month with the prime now you got to do to qualify is show up for your Shia a thirty day. she said less than half the workers get their name in the hat. I am allowed to you I am saying vagrants put in more time at stop lights and I have young people put in their job. so your regular working stiff American a Miley we show up for work we don't show up every Shia for a month we show up every shift for our live. if I am in a man's employ I will be there Shep for the first couple days hunt you see course. after Superbowl maybe a day or two after that when I'm sick not alone right you said your calendar by may be and work on the couple times I called in sick in a Moscow borough later in the day asking present thing they could do. I figured I'd be done with done with all good I'm always wake up America..

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"wall river" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"wall river" Discussed on The Big 98

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"wall river" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"wall river" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Where he faces charges including racketeering, sex trafficking and forced labor. The SETI also testified that he learned that high-ranking Nexia member and former smallville actress Allison Mack agreed to surrender Oliver children that you could have and Oliver possessions to renew if you ever defied Rene broke away from Nexium, President Trump honoring fallen law enforcement officers. We come together to pay tribute to the American peace offices who made supreme sacrifice. Speaking of the annual national peace officers memorial service, Trump called it a sacred commemoration y'all for the nation's thoughts and prayers for those who've been killed in the line of duty Trump's at ambushes and attacks on police must Andy repeated a call for the death penalty for anyone who kills a law enforcement official as sports betting makes its way to New York. State river casino is getting ready the casino started work at a new sports wagering lounge which will be located off the main gaming floor and includes seating. For roughly eighty people will also be a massive fifty three foot long video wall rivers one of four upstate casinos on the rise by the legislature to offer sports betting once the state gaming commission, gives the okay, it's not known when that might happen. But the new lounge should be finished by summer and before the start of the NFL season in September. Mike, Patrick, these radio eight. Eight ten three one WG y meeting scheduled tonight. Once again, take up the issue of a holocaust memorial in this gonna.

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"wall river" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"wall river" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"A controversial Bill that would band nearly all abortions except to prevent serious health risks to the mother even abortions following rape or incest would be illegal under the measure and it calls for serious prison time for doctors who perform an abortion in Alabama Heff Gallagher's the pro-life coordinator for the Catholic conference of New York says it's way too soon to draw any conclusions about this Bill. Definitely too soon to say what's going to happen with the Alabama loss. Certainly it's going to be challenged by the abortion rights advocates. But we don't know what the lower courts will do we have no idea if the US supreme court will take it in the American Civil Liberties union is planning to sue Alabama. If the Bill becomes law. Pro-life advocates are hoping to take any court challenge all the way to the supreme court. President Trump today honors fallen law enforcement officers we come together to pay tribute to the American peace officers who made supreme sacrifice speaking at the annual national peace officers memorial service at the capitol. Trump called a sacred commemoration offer the nation's thoughts and prayers for those who have been killed in the line of duty. He repeated a call for the death penalty for anyone who kills a law enforcement official as sports betting makes its way to New York's connected. These rivers casino is getting ready. The casino was started work. The news sports wagering lounge which will be located off the main gaming floor include seating. For roughly eighty people will also be a massive fifty three foot long video wall rivers one of four upstate casinos on thrives by the legislature to offer sports betting once the state gaming commission, gives the okay, it's not known when that might happen. But the new lounge should be finished by summer and before the start of the NFL season in September. Mike, Patrick NewsRadio. Eight ten we'll know three one WG wine New York Jets general manager, Mike may cannon is out of a job. He's been fired with two years remaining on his contract team. CEO Christopher Johnson made that announcement this morning, and he's tapped head coach Adam gates to be the team's acting general manager town officials in this Cuna are once again taking up the question of a holocaust memorial. There is a public forum tonight at the high school on the redesigned memorial, which has been proposed for a two acre plot of land donated inside most holy redeemer cemetery along choice. Connected. He rode being born rich is more of an advantage than being smart. New study out of Georgetown, University found that seventy percent.

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