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Why It's So Important To Manage Your Stress
"Do you control the outcome of your health and wellbeing. The first one is stressed now stress. When i think of stress i think work relationships balancing kids balancing going to the gym. Maybe you have a few side. Hustles going on financial health. You're stressed about how people are going to perceive you. Just that can be an infinite number of reasons for stress. And how do you control control. Stress stress will raise. Your home are in cortisol and cortisol homeowners increased by even up to thirty but you know thirty percent ten percent fifteen percent. Whatever it is that small increase can lead to a little white gain can lead to more warri can lead to in your body which will make sleeping hotter. It can lead to injuries or poor. Recovery can lead to white. You're white game. Theory said that it can lead to a suppressed. Immune system can lead to lack of happiness. Because you're sorry focused on stress your emotional suffer like there's a from just dress it can take control the outcome of so many other things. We need to learn how to manage stress. And one thing that i talked about. Last week's episode which was not burning out and stress is a big pot of burning out. And then that dictates your emotional hill. Theo physical health financial health. Potentially if you're running a business relationships everything so stress. My number one sort of tip would be to find something like a hobby will something you can do in your life consistently to sort of day stress.
The cost of PlayStation 5: are we looking at a $500 console?
"Wonder about how much the playstation five and xbox series x might cost. Because we're hearing lots of reports that scarce parts are driving. The manufacturing costs above four hundred dollars. Could be four hundred and fifty dollars. Could be even more than that and the reason why I think that could be a big deal because quite frankly my dear has never been a successful console launch. That cost over four hundred dollars just never has been dug into some data about that. Were just you all you have to do is look at how much consuls costs when they launched only the PS three and the xbox one X in terms in terms popular mainstream consoles costs more than four hundred dollars launch. Both of them were failures. Alex okay. That's really interesting. Never thought about that but more so the three. Do launched it about in what happened to that. Tilda watch trip. Hawkins is I don't even know is rolling over an outrage now. The virtual boy launched for chamber fifty dollars at launch which one yes virtual boy. Yeah which is just goes to show even if you do come in under four hundred dollars. Yeah you're not guaranteed success right. So the Damon rules apply style. Thank you also the The PS three you're saying was just compared to the xbox or sixty at launch never caught up system in our time the PS three ended up. Okay but like yeah. It was very dicey for a long time and it was six hundred bucks. Ish Live hundred ninety nine. There were two five hundred six hundred dollars. Wow Yeah yeah I remember that. That was crazy at the time but also like colored the entire conversation around the consoles and so that became the biggest thing. People were talking about thinking about like. Oh this really affordable yeah and then the xbox one was five hundred dollars because they tried to shoehorn the connected to it. Nobody wanted them. What if the playstation five is actually four hundred and fifty dollars or more? What does that mean our our gamers? Okay with that now. And that's just for that. Four fifty is the report is that that's just the cost of the parts to Sony and clearly like the actual process of manufacturing it putting it in a box marketing. It yeah shipping it. Like Sony's cost alone is going to be well over. Five hundred if the four hundred and fifty costs. Reports is accurate. Yeah and for comparison the PS four cost them believe three hundred eighty one dollars two manufacturers one so they regard yes there either making a tiny profit or breaking even when they sold those conso and we know from history like the general idea is not to make a profit on your console but to make it on software unless you're Nintendo and they're trying to make profit on hardware Nintendo yet. Antennas always add a bit more stringent about that sort of thing gets more about like building user base and then selling to them with whatever exclusives et cetera. In trying to beat out your competition by not building it in with a connect. Yeah I liked I did too. They now have a streaming service to kind of point people to to. I think they WanNa get you subscribe and using this console. Yeah it's a bigger all the services and software assistant playstation. Now you're referring to yeah and like X. Cloud for for breakfast Yep Console generations are wack man. How so I W- Every single time? There's a new generation. It's just an opportunity for you to lose your entire customer base like how is that a way to run like a multibillion dollar business where like we don't know how many people are GonNa be playing playstation five and twelve months you gotta hit apple levels were guaranteed users every time. That's what like I think. I think we're GONNA see more not less. You know half step consoles. I think there's going to be every two years some new playstation in new xbox To help try to lock in your player base and keep them around and then if someone is a superfan and wants to upgrade each time great but if not maybe they'll skip one or two cycles. Is it unrealistic. As the years roll on as consul generation roll into is unrealistic to not expect councils to be to become more expensive. Like like if you've always been like three and four hundred dollars double negated it and it could. Yeah me too question. Non Not Possible. Is it unrealistic to expect consoles to always launch at four hundred dollars or under? Let's say what you're saying the psychological something episode. We talked about the six games. Right like It's hard like yes. Four hundred dollars. Fifteen years ago was a lot more money than it is today. But it's still hard to justify spending five hundred six hundred on a new game. Console sounds like a lot sounds like a lot. Well that's why they have the different skews I guess. And that's also an apple iphone model where it's like we'll have the cheaper model and then the more expensive model for the people that really want the best experience out of each of these things. Yes but only in Microsoft is ruined. Have different different. It's actually interesting like I wonder if playstations GonNa be forced into have just to have the options unna but it is the same with games because sixty dollars doesn't really cover the cost of production for a video game. It's just what we've become. What standardize what we're used to what we're comfortable with the second you start elevating that price. It's like new. Start to get choosier about what games you'RE GONNA buy. We probably we all used. I mean I don't want to speak for everybody but I remember it the Iphone being something that you either subscribe. It was like a payment plan. You can do with your cell phone service. Yeah and I remember the price for them. Outright was always like crazy it was like you could pay thirty bucks a month or it's like six hundred hundred dollars but then now it is like you can't do that anymore. And like every phone is eight hundred or nine hundred eleven now like people just kind of eat that now on their on their phone. Bill Their Verizon Bill just includes you'RE GONNA pay thirty bucks a month for two years and have this phone. Maybe they'll have like a turn and also if you're a subscriber some sort of discounted rate in the future so xbox xbox is doing expert you have. Hey a monthly fee. It's actually an incredible deal. I'm a little bit like Microsoft is in such a weird spot because they're doing so much awesome stuff. That's like not really getting the attention. They probably deserve with a game. Pass being so great. And they're backwards compatibility being so great but like you can get an xbox one ex Today you guys game pass for a year so you know every first party Microsoft game and then you just pay a monthly fee and then you're GonNa then they send you an xbox one X it's just part of the subscription like it seems great. I I like I feel like there's probably some catch hiding in the fine print but on the face of it like that seems really smart and I think that that's the future I was. I was GONNA say it would be really great if you could do that. And it would also be the next consel counsel tossing in my life. I can be like I subscribe to Xbox and that just means that I can play all the games and then have the new system. Says they come out. Your goal is that install base in your awarding you're consistent loyal users that's how you retain them game pass like TV now and of course cell phone in services and stuff. It's like we do just kind of accept the subscription service plans now especially the more mainstream like having a gaming console becomes the more likely it is that the services in the packages are what's going to be important because people aren't going to be as in the weeds with all of the Council. Warri stuff that everybody else talks about. It's going to be like what's the best deal in this case so to bring it back around to you're like what are the council's going to cost. And I think we're GONNA see a four hundred dollar and a six hundred dollar xbox and I think we're GONNA see a five hundred dollar. Ps five so entrance is just going to thread the needle in between them that you know that would be an interesting situation. Because then I don't know how many people are GonNa think the four hundred xboxes a more attractive deal than the five hundred five hundred dollars five. It makes it tough to message box in the better situation. Because they're like we have this really really sexy for a lot of people and then like the low end one. It's like well I might as well just spring for that. It does sort of Yeah actually I think I agree saying that like that gives them a five hundred xbox four hundred the odds and evens if it were if it were four five six that way that gives xbox the leverage on both ends right. It really doesn't have the cheapest entry into Nexgen. And then we have the most high concept but they're currently playing console chicken
Wealthy Mind Tips
"The first and foremost important step to true, financial freedom is creating the mindset yourself this awesome volved in this involves a no holds barred honest, look at your life and SS creating a starting place is important as moving forward. So it does not matter if you can start with one dollar or million dollars. It's all about the mindset and the will to afford to creating your wealth. So here's wealthy tip. Number one. Redefine what m- wealth means to you being rich, simply as a term for many people, technically wealth or being wealthy defined as having an abundance of resources and possessions, the high life does not equal wealth. Remember that having a gigantic mortgage for beautiful home or huge car payment. Does not does unequal wealth are status symbols. Your end goal. That's my question to you does well for you mean that the ability not to worry about bills or how much it's left in your checking account or the end of the month. Does it mean providing comfortably for your family or being free from financial Warri? Does it mean the ability to afford luxury designer goods or getting a membership to your local country club or just? You know, having a name. You know, being richer being wealthy can also menu. Enjoy comfortable retirement from well for for for some people. That's wealthy. Does wealth means something totally different to you your definition of wealth goes a long way towards setting your goals.
"warri" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"To retirement, or if you're in retirement, how long your money can west and my goal is always to age one Twenty-one. So we say plan to one Twenty-one very very important in all our plans do run to eat at least one or Twenty-one with guaranteed lifetime income. It's a fantastic very important. So and we number one we're going to look at your current situation to determine if you are over paying fees, and if we can eliminate by doing a forensic financial analysis eliminate some of the fees, you're paying you could experience dramatic growth potential because less money going out more money. Staying in always important will also help you buy performing attacks analysis that could reveal hike. Could possibly be deuce your taxes? And if you do that you increase your cash flow, but the most important part of a total retirement plan and getting you in the right place, making sure your retirement is there and last longer than you do is to have a customized income plan done that utilize proven strategies and techniques, which could turbocharger retirement income. And if you do that, you take the Warri out of living in retirement and on the way to retirement the warriors are eliminated in short will help you take the guesswork out of the financial planning process for the next ten callers. This is a nineteen hundred and ninety five dollar value going to give away complimentary absolutely free whose portfolio is more important to you yours. You are let's make sure we get that total planet place folks and take advantage of this offer because it's not going to be here forever. That's a wonderful offer. The first step really is to sit down with the financial coach. If something that we're talking about on the show today. Resonates with you, and you feel the need to just get that second opinion. Or if you want to make sure your plan really is aligned with your goals and very important risk tolerance..
"warri" Discussed on Sounds Good with Branden Harvey
"Positively believing that they could do something that they stop oppressing people in. It was just everything in mind was a win. It wasn't like I was war hungry at it yet. Just go kill people. Honestly, don't want didn't never want to kill anybody. I just wanted to go make a difference. See how it could do that. Okay. You're helping me understand a little bit more. And it's hard. I don't have the internal. I'm going to protect the future. And I need to like, I don't know. I think a lot of people don't even know why they have this calling. But luckily, I've the talks I give is transition for in Warri brain to your artists. Brian thank tapping into my artist brain is what helped me what allowed me to think about my subconscious in. Why do things that I do? And I don't even think I knew when I went overseas why I wanted to guess that until afterwards. And I realized I realize I look back in my whole life and thought of why made these certain decisions I did in what the ultimate goal wide make those and it was all about the future about protection. Okay. So you head over there, and you have already agreed to. Extend by an extra month. You're hanging out with tanks. What is life like on the ground? So we were amount of true. So we were attached to tangle attune or tank company, but we actually didn't work with tanks directly our overall. It's an tank battalion because they were supposed to scout Fridays before the tanks came in. And so we were we were kind of tanks are so hard to move around that we'd be the mobile we're in is just like normal just like normal little truck in. So we were just going on different missions. Our main mission was to secure mobile, which is a major highway influenza that goes from Abu Ghraib prison. However, you say that to the tar river in so we patrol up and down and made sure there's no bombs so that we could secure the supply lines in any of the civilians. We might get hit in. So within the first four months. My humvee had been struck in hit by four improvised explosive devices in my buddy was. Shot and killed beside me during a like an ambush with sniper. And so I ended up with and I didn't know this 'til afterwards. But they said I was unfit for duty. Because my brain was to name and I ended up with a traumatic brain injury. But like I said, I didn't know that so four months after four months when they said you can't do your job anymore. So I can't go outside the wire, which means leave the base camp, Volusia. But we still mortars coming in. It's still like a different time or different kind of mentality. But I had to stay on the base for the next three months. Deployment in just sit there while my guys out patrolling in harm's way. And it made me feel like crap like really made me feel like crap because I felt like I needed to be out there. I didn't know I had a brain injury. So I'm sitting here like I'm good how unfit for duty. But I wasn't using my brain. I didn't have a need for. It was war. Most simple thing. There is don't die. You're not thinking about your.
Mattis 'consulting' Europe allies over nuke arms pact
"You as Defense Secretary James Mattis said the country is talking to European allies about the intermediate range nuclear forces treaty as NATO members urged Washington to bring Russia back into compliance with the pact Mattis also expressed hope that the treaty would be the focus that the upcoming meeting between NATO foreign ministers. President Donald Trump had said that Washington will scrap the treaty to to what he calls Russian violations of the agreements. In the meantime, Moscow will hold miss oh drills in international waters, outside Norway, where NATO is hosting wargames of his own involving fifty thousand troops. It has the largest exercise since the end of the Cold War. The NATO chief says Russia has a significant naval presence there. And is regularly testing is capabilities off the coast of Norway. Russia says the NATO drills are anti Russian and will degrade the military and political situation in the virgin for more on those. We're now joined on the line by Dr to home Jin head of European studies department with China Institute of international studies. Good evening. So what does the US was draw from the treaty Warri Europe? Sauce. We know if we look at the, you know, the history and origin of the street, we can stand. Now, why are European countries? Should a lot of Oreo about his activity by tonight United States to with your from the treaty because so know into the major major use of that is to keep the, you know, the military's race between the United States has lost in Europe, maybe a contribute level and also a lower level. So once you nice states with Joel from this treaty. It will give a PICO question to European countries. As was some retaliation from Russia, which means to deploy more, you know, missiles in Europe what what's the action from unite? States. I think the United States also will be ready to deploy more missiles in Europe. So which European countries and a Europe will become maybe a battle felt in competition. What you income from tation between two policies so because to already from United from European countries. What is so dingy the intermediate range missiles? Also, we know the this treaty is a free mock to help most countries, I mean, you asset as loss year to Cape the lower level of the storage and deployment of a shorter and shorter end, the medium wrench missile is, you know, angel five hundred commit and the story salad kilometer. So why see some, you know, United States with Joel from eighteen which means that to most European countries? They will be wrench of the missile from Russia. And also they also suffer from multiple women of United States in Europe. So that's the reason why worrying about this congressional. I mean certain from both two countries. Has been violating the twenty as the trauma situation claimed. No, pasta, those two countries. They used to blame with each other and to rally to the treaty. I think the to perhaps from United States it to sink is sorta to Augusta get some deployment in on it's bothering area near to some European countries. But of course, I think to no matter what happened before Russia's side. I don't think it will be a raisin or a course enough for United States to withdraw from this Tweety to go. Anyway, once they Tweety and loss. Doesn't does not you're from Tweety? It gives a I think a parent and also come shoot frames for this. You know, mandatory and the missiles this in Europe.
"warri" Discussed on No Jumper
"My name Brown us on my condition. Oh. You're in the summa on wrapped up in the winter. J. Cole, j. Cole. Yes, bri- it's a symbol. J. Cole. Oh, my pointing your enemy people, people who are not people, I gave you the most attention you're ever going to get for your whole entire career. Toronto cat? Yes, you do. That's what you live your life or for sure move us right now because I'm talking to you because it's fucking content and visit. I'm what as a human being to a human being. This whole Saugrain your life is amazing as amazing fact we're on to watch because it's really, really fucking into titan, right? Regardless of anything. But as a human being to a human being, I'm genuinely Warri about your mental health little bit because the y you go on a little bit erratic. Okay. I don't know sinus. Anything wrong with having any fucking soul fucking issues, but genuine need from the why you watch. And I being in this world for a decent amount of time, knowing people that have bipolar and stuff like this, I'm not saying you. I think vibes from you. I KAI. I'm you surround yourself with older these people. That's a superpower saying yes to you, yes to you. So the more the moment, Monica guy on the move, these ideas you have on in five dies. You quote could have the concert which was really fully paddle views. I mean, we didn't get to see the true potential of it, but if you wanna just like sound down a little bit, there's only one way to deal with this. Give foods in the RV not still still is but non be on trying to spread China be. Could you DR drive. Congo, right. Trying to get leader saying that you go these people saying yes, when you have these crazy ideas. Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes. I think that's helping you know around people that helping you around people, it'd be real with you. Not people sitting here around people watch live onstream. Why are not do anything I want to be around people who cuss you out your own people who like people fucking violates you on a daily basis. This summer people don't tell me, they love me. You're around people who tell you, they hate you. I throw myself with people who protect me. You saw people who are going to fucking action me if I had me Robyn and be around me and say, loved me when they Don by people do love me. That's why Asser to be my girlfriend after last year. To tell my friends flew out here at the flip of a dime, and that's why they'll do anything from sending you fly them out here. You're gonna by parents a hat. As I love that thing. Come on. The by blindly, how Sam as your mode, you looked like a bitch tonight. You don't understand it now by whole home. When you're older, you watch back this and realize how much. Russia like a bitch, right me come in here and saying my point in being real and not being someone who sits here and says, yes, foods you'll doing is amazing. It's all about the energy. When someone put me in the back of the police call by ten in the place you live bomb that it's my full because the energy fucking Landau may shut off. No, I'm not. Fucking Heo. Fouzy. I love of loved watching your fucking soccer for the last week. It's been very, very Tynan was actually a very nice watch too. I'm sure you've seen that. You'll would sorry us my career was actually very fun to watch too downs, and every time there's a fucking new foods out bust. I love what I'm watching the fucking drama, rely and seeing a scholar Nolan Ryan is fun. People love to print off of people's lives psyche when you live has problems wet watching someone else who's very successful, have problems helps ease that a little bit. I, that's why reality TV shows what and that's why people love prying into other people's lives because it takes away from the issues in your life. I'm just saying. The why he deflected exactly why I came to you about, in my opinion, is the. You you deflected? Why called you a bitch? Because Embiid listen to save jumping to you. Wanna smoke in talk outside. We can do that..
"warri" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK
"Oath oath ministries or excuse me inspires a page and facebook and we'll be putting it on board convenes here pretty soon and that would that is is basically you know addicts have this ability to be able to latch onto things and what i want to be able to do with macos karn duly who was literally a guy who i used to do drugs with and who dealt me drugs who we met in a cave when i was filming my videos for this stuff just crazy after he was sober and i was sober he's a minister is a man of god he is transformed he is a warrior he's not a guy that i'm mike you need to go to war it's like he's already been man sure he's been through his own pit and he climbed out a self i'm sure do and so we're we're trying to do is get people to open their mind to the fact that you could be addicted to jesus you don't have to be jesus like would you would consider a jesus freak like there's a way to be able to live as a way to be able to love love needs no validation what i'm here love needs no validation aids no validation like and so so yeah that's what i'm up to right now beautiful man so we're going to if if if the conversations of tonight has resonated with you to some extent has shifted your way of thinking and has brought you to a point where you actually seen value in this fucking conversation you may wanna forward this to another man that you know that could benefit from this conversation this conversations are not the most pleasant conversation that one wants to hear but most of the time when this conversation is shared at some point a man would be able to actually hear a version of the truth inside of this that resonates with him and associated pain that he's felt that is similar to the ones shared on this show and so you can find more of our episode at warri week now dot com you'll have videos pictures and other audio formats.
"warri" Discussed on Remso Republic
"Right egrets in also you know like that they're known to be a fair thinking person i i don't know much more about it but i just don't think it could be anywhere near as bad as it is now with politicians i making those just decisions always felt i that there's i more think that you're right and just make you know sense we've only got and a couple by that minutes you laughed know at the i sounds do kinda like a bit wanna of a softball touch on term this but there are just some earlier things where i it's called like you bring the it up issue to of anybody jaermann gerrymandering without bringing a trans specific partisan issue identity but politics i think when you into actually the issue look in they're at just going to you know agree everyday regular i get americans in trouble a half to in warri a lot about of my how more they're hardcore going the pay republican their bills circles will they in be i am able republican provide for their because family i say are they i going think to the have war a job on drugs in the year is so you know screwed up in harrinan lee racist and it's causing you know just a on straw schlei of our justice system yet we know earlier in twenty fifteen before gay marriage became legalized i wasn't necessarily pro gay marriage but my biggest thing was i'm antistate marriage i believe that when it comes to the you know government getting involved in marriage i think that tr you know that goes across the band dreary between church and state because now you're having it you know get involved in religious institutions as far as you know civil unions and everything occur why can't we just have you know private contract.
"warri" Discussed on Clark Howard Show
"In trying to enjoy your enjoy our family in our lives so it's been good it's been good work how may i may i serve you in this terrible predicament iran okay again i i've been in warri from day one above my wife my family and my wife in particular about her financial future and um he not as sophisticated as maybe she should be uh no offensive her on the move financial issues and i wanna make sure few left in a decent position that need to don't be i need to make sure i'm doing what i need to be doing have you written uh document the explains various financial issues the she will face so that she has that to refer to a good point i'm just i've started that i started out with passwords accenture except for yes beyond that i i think you need looked at end to dig deep in explain if you're if the stuff comes kinda automatically to you in it's not automatic for her right in great detail if you need to about a different accounts you have how they work with the purpose of the media's um if there's a spend down issue you know what would be an acceptable rate to spend down from accounts a you should state that amine v be as thorough as you can imagine to provide the information to her when she needs it and depending on the dynamic of your relationship in her comfort with it once you've finished the document it would be great if she was willing to sit down with you and go over it while you're still able to give her expiration things that may have sounded really clear to you writing them but may not be clear to her reading them okay.
"warri" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK
"Business with our wives and kids in god and how we feel about her body how we take care of a body like there are no one particular place where we can drop the pain the guilt and the shame and inside of that we are condition to mask or totality we are conditioned to mask or totality we are condition two billion have that there is no dark side of us and there is only the light inside of us we are condition to death and that's what i'm talking about what i was talking about myself that continuously line two miles south and when i give myself permission to discover my totality an own it everything went away that is the secret of not fucking living with guilt and shame you want to get rid of a guilt and shame you want to be fucking happy there's no fucking formula other than giving yourself permission to act cepd your entire totality this may not happen over a fucking podcast but at least it begins the conversation of the seeker that may be listening to this show and if that's you just like uh among my brother kelly said here forget the messenger forget me and kelly talking today what are you hearing what is the message that you're downloading and to get more of this you can go to worry week now dot com to see this episode and other episode than as well as the pdf the transcript of today's show you'll see some pictures as well in there and as always you can download the podcast on i tunes teachers and those wells google play by tapping in warri week into search and you'll find out and can subscribe to that final word kelly as we as we close this episode is powerful episode of the parables from the pit brothers i'm looking forward to seeing more of us guys look like me um and i think a lot of times a week.
"warri" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Extended conditions no corrections ridiculous over the top bullish sentiment prices finally caught up simple as that the warri always listen carefully the warri always when you go so long without a correction uh which builds up lots of leverage margin builds up the one sided trade every body being on the comfy couch because nothing ever could go wrong getting more and then towards the end of the move massive amounts of money from what we call the retail community into the market through mutual funds the 30 billion last month price looks like it is catching up to all that phenomenon notice the big word out a gary not to mention the bitcoin bull crap and we have now found out that all these magnets which just that maggots that showed up on the doorstep after some entity some asset might as the e t was already up zillion fold mm so we get to the next question the obvious question uh gary you only down four percent off the highs after a good run that's no big deal what do you think gary while you're right a four percent drop off the highs is no big deal we've gone from twenty six six last friday to were 25 five 1100 on 26 about four percent the dow is down 1100 points this week by the way uh huh so gary what happens next or what do you think well my we jeep award that was sarcasm here is my thoughts based on the one sided trade uh that we do not think gets resolved in a day or week we suspect is more time in price simple as that i do not have any idea how much time nor do i know price but i do know when a markets getting in trouble uh and i do know when you have to beyond the more cautious slash the fence of side now i want you to notice would not telling you what to do when i tell you how to do.
"warri" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Do you come out on that well i think there's diners pros and cons to both for that argument on both sides um in the position that we play i think it's important to have flexibility to be able to throw the football um but at the same time you still got to be able to allow your body to take a beating you got to be able to to be in the way room to make sure that when you are getting hit on sundays you're not getting hurt so uh i think there's there's pros and cons of both sides of that and uh again it's some that i can i can learn from it and hopefully build off and it seems to me why build withstand that pounding at the same time i wonder this right i mean how much of a pounding look you play quarterback you're gonna get hit you're gonna hey it's inevitable but maybe he takes less pounding because of this system he's in because he gets it out so quickly you know there's all this training but if you get rid of the ball that quickly chances are diminished you can take a lotta kill shots right sure for sure and at that definitely plays a part in two let's even coming on the show since you were in college and one of the things that i've always respected about you you're never looking to make it about you but i want to take him in may about you and here's why one story after another about its he made who didn't have a car or a teammate that you would drive home or you're the guy was folding up all the shares after tea meetings you're the guy that stayed in sign hundreds of autographed shoot the guy's cleaning up after your teammates in the cafeteria and you're heisman trophy winner you're starting quarterback you don't have to do any of these things but you still do how come soros and um i think for me grown up in warri.
"warri" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"News and then there is auriol news fourteen point awb sm delivering real news to new bedford for nearly seventy years mrs rebecca mondeh in new york warri of a wall the massachusetts with al from new hampshire this is the how we car show eight four four five hundred forty two forty two i did miss this from the from two all seven as he says he says you didn't get it what's bruce generous response to the state of the union question mark address yet it state of the union address all i get it now ha ha another one who is giving the artificial intelligence response officer mark is john kerry giving the gigolo association respond there you go is there that you would is there a gigolo network for the jiggle our response let's not give solely here everybody's gotta ever spots here listen i just mentioned earlier arrived i read from a great opted piece in the wall street journal today uh did fake news lose the vietnam war and i also regret for may another piece similar to what in the national review online william ludi who wrote the peace for the wall street journal was listening and he's a retired career naval officer and former special assistant the president george w bush for the fence policy and strategy he just called it a bill ludi thanks for being with us here on the how we car show i'm happy to be there how we end i i appreciate not you on pretty much nailed the the issue one thing i might add that i didn't including the piece was that the vietnam veterans net thought in that battle were every bit as brave and determined was my dad's world war two generation.
"warri" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Competent lay what's happening at warri today taking theory cbs sports radio hold good no we did a lot of hoops out of the shoe gets of these calls a little bit as well as a kind of a split reaction as to what the cavaliers should do in our put all the chips in trying to get somebody before fethi fixit now will just keep that pick reboot next met on the meaning if they do try to fix it before february aid yep and let's say they go gear a d andrei george whoever does that help them beat the for years and i think you would agree with me the answer is probably know he's not scorn any more in the issue i earn half do though i know i know but but the the what you need to be the warriors is more scoring it's it's not necessarily will they be where defense more everything rim defend they need they need any sort of defense perimeter defense mid range to fail to see a defender is known as a deterrent to the rim as he so big bounce uber last night what we saw was not them scoring except on second chance points of the rooms it was it was pull up jumpers and they knocked down everything from 3pointers the mid range say anything and so it's i don't i don't know if anything helps you write unless you bring in some super score but who was that this is just not there is at one in order made the make it make it a big three of scorers in cleveland imai's the problem i don't what do you think it i mean there our slow their one dimensional their predictable their old um i still don't want to see isaiah thomas in fifteen games yeah you know i i do want to see that but i think this pretty i will first of aims at your pretty interesting article on cbs sports dot com this is potentials yet ten potential trade targets will the cavaliers and this went up last night it's definitely will read tweet this from taking theory it's a good read is very very good on cbs sports dot com the andrei georgia the first one you've got uh marcus soul the measures these great passer t he is but what's he.
"warri" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"Going on his salary told you there's an update at warri more uh the carrier by the only one who was surprised by this are you surprised to i was a little surprised that as when i saw this this this from the washington post in a lawsuit that echoes a civil case against president trump so it could be a hold on it so it could be it could be fake news them let us in the washington post so i guess right so could be young denigrating grain an alabama woman on thursday sued a failed us senate candidate roy more in his campaign for defamation citing harsh personal attacks she faced after coming four with allegations he touched her sexually when she was fourteen years old like cork men's not seeking financial compensation beyond legal cost and she is asking for a duck what tori judgment of defamation the public apology for more and a court enforced ban on him or his campaign publicly attacking her again and she said the statement the suit seeks quote to do what i could not do as a 14yearold old mr more and those who enable him accountable representative moore's campaign abroad dos terrace that he had no immediate comment on the lawsuit filed in state court in montgomery county alabama so i wanna make sure understand of because i understand defamation pretty well if somebody defame zhu and it harms you in some way uh generally it has the harm your ability to go and get work and so on um how it how is him responding to her harming her because i mean allegedly carry ivan watches closely is as i could have uh but we did he say something that was the family tori about her well did he call her a named in era now that i don't i don't know that for sure i guess i'd have to go back and look at it the agassi's kasese claiming that he was publicly attacked her her his campaign was publicly attacking her i don't know we've got loomed in with another responding i don't know that it was at attack yeah the generally speaking like you know with the the allegations against the president then candidate trump and lisa balloon was going to bring them out like the day before the.
"warri" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM
"Would ira end of year special on new year's special today or tomorrow or something be getting those almost points and by next month you'll be kashmir men already now everything's on special shall i can talk about anything i've had a couple of people contact me recently with kidney issues um one of them had diabetes should probably warri this lady had diabetes shoes very overworked that's probably why but the other one a guy he didn't have any known caused for kidney damage um he wasn't heavy he didn't have an autoimmune disease like will push where it would attack his kidneys he didn't have high blood pressure he didn't have diabetes i told him that might be pollution at turned out he lived in a um apart although new england he was very close to a factory and the factory led out a lot of smoke and i told him was smoke is pollution dislike when a car garage by its pollution and there's tiny little molecules and other air pollution and those vala cules when you breathe a men they go right into your blood dirt easily dissolved into your blood and they travel round the blood shrink and they can cause heart attack or stroke but over time they damage your liver and can cause fatty liver over time they can even contribute to braindamaged at least alzheimer's because they inflame your brain but also they caused kidney damage so i told us guy it might be as simple as just an hill and all the pollution and i told them a couple of things to take i told them take our el coronel for his kidneys when anybody comes in who's got a kidney problem the best defender of the kidneys seems to be elk cornel shing and i'm saying that based on research i've read i've read a number of studies that show they did the studies in ah african american heritage people they did it and navajos living down in a in a arizona new mexico and they found that at because date date there was a high incidence of diabetes and these two groups and they found that the ones who developed kidney damage they dig burnthrough bear cornall sheen too quickly she carnal sheen protect your kidneys it saw an antioch to protect your kidneys should probably the strongest into after for protecting kidneys and some people genetically they don't use harnessing very efficiently at kidneys or a little inflamed they use up.
"warri" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Does understand the consequences of section we'll keep you updated on that story we all know about steve bannon we all know and it's it's seven forty on ksfo we all know what's going on with steve bannon and how this is a guy just to get inside the beltway right inside washington dc to get into the the inner workings if you will one of the big debates after what we saw in alabama where steve bannon its candidate or warri more he had all these accusations against and bannon is still stood by his man and we all know what happened in that alabama special election is more lost in and we doug jones who was the winner in so now the big question is four steve bannon and again this gets into the grand mueller of washington dc but bannon is a guy who is basically declared an open war on mitch mcconnell and so now the question is moore's loss has only stoked steve bannon is discontent and stirred up a fresh worry that the party is again descending into tea party type spasms of self defeating rage now just say no that is a line from the new york times and so now what they're doing is the washington republicans they say they have no intention of padding ban and on the head and essentially telling him to politely go away so now what they're doing is they're really trying to figure out a way to kneecap them before he has a chance to recover because right now hit his funds are going to run dry and there's going.
"warri" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Forty two forty two that's the headline today i believe one neath are against yesterday age and it's a pair lee yet now now that they're trying to y smear warri more and some republicans they've decided that bill clinton can't be rehabilitated it's over for powering if it wasn't over before the brazil book it's over now for sure so we'll just throw under the bus and nobody cares anymore so this woman's neighbours michelle goldberg despite the rights evident baghdad fake evident bad faith i i agree that one neither was telling the truth what a what is that what is that bad faith will you would conservatives alleged that bill clinton rape juanita broderick well she believes that though right she will now she does but thank god darta vast rightwing conspiracy in this environment it would have been absurd to take accusations of assault and harassment made against clinton at face value we'll so then a disaster the okay so i guess we shouldn't take the allegation gateway more of old much less than what one need a broader accused bill clinton of at face value okay since that's and by the way he did bite her face and left her bleeding after he raped her and then pulled or you better put some isolation that but the designer yearbook now that's the that is the important thing isn't it uh and then she talks about how y you know one hillary after the rape saw her at a political event and said i want you to know the we appreciate everything you do for bill she interpreted that as a veiled threat i don't know how well she wanted to report that appreciate everything due for by bill oh man uh discerning what may be true in a blizzard of lies again this like we'll back to russia okay russia happened while the investigation continues what it would give me a okay if when the site any evidence of russian collusion can you tell me some of the lies that were told about bill clinton while this woman in the genes isn't the only one having odd may ecopa on bill clinton is big article in the atlanta bill clinton are reckoning feminists saved the fortysecond president united states in the.
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"warri" Discussed on Locked Up Abroad
"Ashura led off sinfield starved stuff's a money market dotted ready figure at warri men at a time when i eventually went out the door i saw it is plenty people started abuses of us from this is crazy move very much in officialdom long's full of a woman from our little baby to give a fellow than under cintas kits there as well and then i saw them i just can't believe it because why even the children business like so indifferent to the raw out mains hold a seat he kind of man would do this not only to his ex mrs to the king's will do the best he counterpart me begun to everything but don't take my children sing more the door went on forever it did worry me the fight bush in fierce ex husband seemed to have control over the police when you've got us all carrying little seems to go out the window that was the scariest for now could you fight for justice when these people are corrupt i'm just really at said and that dying baby this visit during that country i have to put that came butting let the way we walked into the police station is a new day room you are murderers rapists child molesters magnet i don't wanna makes this disbelief but i don't i said i don't dis the something face do something neutron it's was his police looked on corruption pregnant than a trick to me why cynthia stock give me some as many thinking not to stand to demote four thousand pesos powers disgusted provide the appropriate the woman from that just to make uber money put us in the separate salik but it's this beside that salva cow david coming asked.