38 Burst results for "Years"

Fresh "Years" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 29 min ago

Fresh "Years" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"Gray to the mound to avoid a series sweep at the hands of the Atlanta Braves, the Orioles in Boston trying to trim their three and a half game deficit in the wildcard race. Rob woodfork WTO sports. Thank you, rob. Now to the top stories we are following for you on WTO. Hurricane Ian made landfall this afternoon in Southwest Florida near Fort Myers as one of the most powerful storms ever recorded in the country. It has swamped city streets with water, smashed trees along the coast, where the storm came in three to 6 inches of rain has already fallen. There can be another three to 6 inches, and that is in addition to the storm surge, a wide area of Florida is going to experience flooding as the hurricane continues moving northeastward. In other news, a franconia man is now under arrest and accused of killing his 82 year old father. Fairfax county police say Sammy, Hassan, is charged with second degree murder. Keep it here on WTO

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Smith & Wesson sued over link to July 4 parade mass shooting

AP News Radio

01:12 min | 50 min ago

Smith & Wesson sued over link to July 4 parade mass shooting

"Gun maker Smith and Wesson is facing several lawsuits over the shooting at a July 4th parade in suburban Chicago that killed 7 people I'm Ben Thomas with details I was shot through the pelvis Liz turn up seeds survived the shooting I continue To go through treatment But it altered her life the worst part of her day just before she falls asleep Because that is when I really see what happened in it plays over and over Authorities say the 22 year old gunman used a Smith and Wesson M and P 15 semi-automatic rifle In the lawsuit charges the company illegally targets young men at risk of violence with their abs Turnip seeds says she's determined to speak for those who have not survived such mass shootings particularly the 19 children and two teachers killed an elementary school in ivaldi Texas in May To help put a real face on what these guns do to people And what it feels like I'm Ben Thomas

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Fresh update on "years" discussed on Sound ON

Sound ON

01:14 min | 31 min ago

Fresh update on "years" discussed on Sound ON

"Stocks in Asia saw some heavy selling overnight. And you wanted first several fed officials beat the drum for higher interest rates. So do we. Crypto is in focus today. We're coming off another day of declines on Wall Street. Bloomberg daybreak. With Karen Moscow and Nathan Hager. Straight ahead related local headlines, plus a check of sports. We see more names at 5 eastern on Bloomberg radio, the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com. This is a Bloomberg money minute, Wall Street took a breather from the brutal sell off that has gripped the market since last week's interest rate hike. Now industrials rose 549, the S&P added 72, the NASDAQ gained 222. Rising mortgage rates continued to pour cold water on housing. The national association of realtors says purchase contract signings fell 2% in August to an 11 year low rates of top 6 and a half percent. Apple is hitting the brakes on iPhone production for the rest of this year after an expected demand surge failed to materialize. Sources say Apple has told suppliers to target production of 90 million phones about the same as last year. Cartier is betting on strong U.S. demand for luxury goods. The French jeweler and watchmaker plans to open up to ten stores in the U.S. in the coming years, including Palm Beach, Florida, Seattle, Austin, Texas, and Troy, Michigan, Lowry kofsky, Bloomberg radio. Yeah, I'm what you doing with your phone. Taking pictures? No. I'm asking a question. Like what? Hey Bobo, do flowers have best Friends? I'm sorry. I'm afraid

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Why the U.K.'s "trickle down" tax cut plan terrifies investors

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 2 hrs ago

Why the U.K.'s "trickle down" tax cut plan terrifies investors

"The Bank of England has taken emergency action to stabilize British financial markets after the government spooked investors with a program of unfunded tax cuts I'm Ben Thomas with the latest With the British pound tumbling in the cost of government debt soaring the Central Bank warned crumbling confidence in the economy posed a material risk to UK financial stability in a less Susan streeter of hargreeves lansdowne in London What the Bank of England is doing is stepping in to try and calm down the market But it does smack of a bit of panic and frustration that the government isn't doing more to retreat away from these promises The Bank of England's plan to buy government debt helped stabilize the bond market after ten year yield spiked more than a full percentage point to just over four and a half percent after the tax cuts were announced but analyst Muhammad el Arian with Allianz says it's all having a global impact This is a UK fueling

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Fresh update on "years" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:35 min | 40 min ago

Fresh update on "years" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"In sending arms to Tehran, sir? No, and I'm not taking any more questions. Plant was 84 years old. Victims of one of the nation's largest Ponzi schemes are in for another huge payout, CBS's Jim Crow. Some 27,000 victims of Bernie Madoff's Ponzi scheme will soon receive another $372 million to cover their losses. The money will come from a $4 billion government fund set up in 2013. It has covered nearly 90% of their losses. Made outside in federal prison last year while serving a 150 year sentence for that scheme. This is CBS News. If you need to hire, you need indeed because indeed all in one hiring solution helps you attract interview in higher candidates all from one place, visit indeed dot com slash credit. 5 O three on WTO on this September 28th, 2022, some clouds, some sun for 71° in northwest. Good afternoon, I'm Sean Anderson. And I'm Hillary

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The Centrality of Parental Authority

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:23 min | 2 hrs ago

The Centrality of Parental Authority

"So it was the Jewish new year Rocha shanann, I conducted my own services for the 15th year, about 350 to 400 people come. And it's very powerful. I gave a speech. Sunday Night that I intend to put on the Internet. And I wrote about it in my column, which came out yesterday. You could see on my website town hall and many other websites. About the centrality of honoring parents of parental authority to a good civilization. Worked very hard on this speech. And so I want to put it up so many of you have a child or an adult child who does not speak to a parent, usually it is for no valid reason. They may have valid reasons to be angry or annoyed or whatever with a parent. I'm not denying that. I never ask people to love their parents. But parental authority and acting decently to parents. That is central. Just

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Arnold Schwarzenegger visits Auschwitz to highlight the threat of hatred

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 hrs ago

Arnold Schwarzenegger visits Auschwitz to highlight the threat of hatred

"Actor and former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has visited the site of the Auschwitz Nazi death camp in Poland as a call to fight hatred I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest Simon bergson of the Auschwitz Jewish center foundation says standing with Arnold Schwarzenegger is living proof that a generation of hatred can be overcome Berkson is the child of Auschwitz survivors and Schwarzenegger's father was a Nazi soldier Schwarzenegger toured the former camp and met with a woman who was three years old when notorious Nazi doctor Joseph Mengele conducted experiments on her Schwarzenegger says it's time to terminate prejudice He says it won't be his last time visiting and promised I'll

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Eco Pumpkins-Pumpkin intro and wrap

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 5 hrs ago

Eco Pumpkins-Pumpkin intro and wrap

"Pumpkin farmers are adapting to improve soil and lower emissions Your next pumpkin pie may have a lower carbon footprint Everybody's getting into the environmental act And you just got to change beyond size grows pumpkins for Libby's in Illinois He's been farming for 47 years If you can't change then you won't be around very long Rachelle Malan with Nestlé says farmers are adopting regenerative techniques Phil from implementing reduced tillage practices has saved a 119 tons of soil in 2021 That's equivalent to like 7 dump trucks Sauce is also attracting natural pollinators like bees and butterflies The bees help transfer the pollen from the male to the female and increases the pumpkin production Pumpkin yields were lower than past years but he still made a good profit I'm Ed Donahue

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School athletic trainer charged with sex assault of 10 girls

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 6 hrs ago

School athletic trainer charged with sex assault of 10 girls

"A Los Angeles athletic trainer who worked at two high schools has been charged with multiple sexual assaults prosecutors alleged that 64 year old Richard Turner raped or inappropriately touched at least ten girls while working as a trainer at van nuys high school and Birmingham community charter high school both part of the Los Angeles unified school district The alleged victims are student athletes between the ages of 15 and 17 Girls who sought treatment for sports injuries between 2017 and this year Turner faces 18 felony counts and is jailed pending in October arraignment Police captain Jeff bratcher tells the Los Angeles Times Turner's arrest came last week one day after a Birmingham student accused him of touching her inappropriately 9 other students then came forward alleging attacks both on and off campus Police say another student reported Turner in 2017 to the DA's office declined to file charges at that time for lack of evidence at a news conference Los Angeles district attorney George gascon said school is a place where our children should feel safe I'm Jennifer King

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Do American Mayors Want More Migrants?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:20 min | 6 hrs ago

Do American Mayors Want More Migrants?

"There's a paragraph in your story. In some communities where jobs are going unfilled, people have welcomed the influx of migrants looking for work, which communities, Michael share. Well, I'll give you an example. I did a bunch of stories when the Afghan refugees came when the President Biden pulled out of Afghanistan pulled out of Kabul. I traveled to Fremont, California, which has a little community called little Afghan where lots of Afghan folks have resided for years. That's one place where everyone I talked to said, my God, we need these people because we can't hire restaurants or closing because they can't get enough workers to staff them. Fargo North Dakota is in other place where I almost went. I didn't have a chance to actually go, but talk to people in Fargo. This was last summer, so a year ago, but the look, the labor market is incredibly tight. That doesn't mean that it is the same everywhere across the country. But if you look at where the unemployment rate is and where help wanted ads are, I think it is fair to say that even in some Republican communities, even places with Republican mayors, they are desperate for workers.

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Speeding up the Asylum Process

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:41 min | 6 hrs ago

Speeding up the Asylum Process

"I have a small quarrel in a large quarrel. My small quarrel is, and this is, by the way, it falls into category whenever I write a column for The Washington Post, the comments fill up with people. Why didn't you write about this? Why didn't you write about that? I'm not trying to do that to you because I think that's an illegitimate. Why didn't you write about this? But you said, thus far, the changes are tiny, quote, only 99 people since the end of May have completed what are called asylum merits interviews with the asylum officer and fully evaluated under new rules of those 24 had been granted asylum, while most of the rest have had their cases sent back to the immigration court system for an appeal. Nothing on how long an appeal takes or whether or not they've done anything because the first adjudication is nevertheless adjudication in this system. I work with the system fairly closely for many years in Southern California. On behalf of people, I was on the Orange County children and families commission for 17 years. I know all about people coming to the country without permission. If they don't fix the appeals they haven't fixed anything, Michael, have they done anything on the appeals process? So part of the reason that I didn't go into a lot of detail there is because they don't have many numbers yet. They just started this at the end of May. So what happened to the 50 60 some odd people, they say that those people, if they were, if they were denied asylum by the asylum officer in this interview, they say they'll go back into the backlog system, but they claim it will be months not years because essentially they'll go to the front of the line and that the court system will be expedited because they will have already had this sort of interview taking place by the asylum officer.

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Fixing the Immigration Problem

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:39 min | 6 hrs ago

Fixing the Immigration Problem

"I want to talk to you about your article yesterday updated last night. Biden is hoping small changes go a long way on immigration. Look, the size of the problem is immense. Would you explain to people the small ball that Joe Biden is proposing that I'm going to quarrel with you a little bit, but always aware that Michael is one of the good guys he tries to get it right, but I got a quarrel with him. Go ahead, Michael. Okay. So coral away went after this. I mean, I think, look, the immigration system has been having problems for decades, presidents in both parties have struggled to deal with it. It's multifaceted. There are problems on the other side of the border in terms of what is driving people to leave their homes and try to come to this country. That involves a global migration patterns that involves the economic and political fortunes of people far from here. And then when people do come, there have been problems for decades in what we do with them and how we deal with the number of people who come over. And one of those problems, not in doesn't solve the whole thing. But one of those problems has been, how fast can you deal with the asylum process? Somebody comes over and says, hey, I claim asylum. I want to live in the United States because I'm being persecuted in my own country. That decision and other immigration decisions have taken so long over the years that when a person claims asylum, it can take four or 5, 7 years before that case is finished. And in the meantime, where do you put the people do you let them go if you let them go while they're kind of awaiting the outcome of their case? What happens to them? Do they get to work? If

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Iran Strikes Kurdish Opposition Groups in Northern Iraq

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 7 hrs ago

Iran Strikes Kurdish Opposition Groups in Northern Iraq

"An Iranian drone bombing campaign targeting the basis of an Iranian Kurdish opposition group in northern Iraq has killed at least 9 people and wounded over 30 Mccurdy regional government's health ministry says the strikes come as demonstrations continue to engulf the Islamic Republic after the death of Massa amity a 22 year old Iranian Kurdish woman who was detained by the morality police a member of the Democratic Party of Iranian Kurdistan says the new Iran attacks targeted a military camp homes offices and other areas around

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White House gains partners to end US hunger within a decade

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 8 hrs ago

White House gains partners to end US hunger within a decade

"The Biden administration is getting some partners in its bid to end hunger in America within the decade President Biden today will host The White House's first hunger nutrition and health conference since 1969 That one led by president Nixon influenced the nation's food policy agenda for 50 years including a big boost for the food stamps program The White House says several private sector partners have committed more than $8 billion to the goal of ending hunger by 2030 but while the president's touting that support the bigger hurdles likely lie in the increasingly partisan Congress which would have to approve proposed policy changes like expanding free school meal access Sagar Meghani Washington

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Is Selma Blair Unfairly Profiting Off Her MS?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:45 min | 11 hrs ago

Is Selma Blair Unfairly Profiting Off Her MS?

"You see Dancing with the Stars. Oh my God. So sour Michelle gallard. Started crying because she watched Selma Blair's very energetic performance on Dancing with the Stars the other night, cameras caught her crying in the audience getting very emotional, we all know that Selma was diagnosed with MS back in 2018 and she wound the crowd to the goddamn cartwheel into a split during the jailhouse rock, excuse me. You have an S you can do a cartwheel into a split, now something something's wrong here. Something's off. You know, I know, I know soma. I consider a friend we've talked many times, et cetera. I haven't talked through it a while, but I was talking to the wall she was suffering this and I thought she was very brave to go through it that actually went through it. But this is getting ridiculous now. You know, Sarah Michelle galar is like, oh, I'm so happy for her. She kept a smile on her face the whole time. You know, to do this 25 years after we worked in a movie, it's just amazing. I can't believe how brave she is. Okay. And someone admitted that the rehearsals were extra hard on her this week. That's a challenging, you know? I've got my muscles have to rely on muscle memory now and my body can shift at any moment because of the MS and she was nervous about nailing the fast paced movements of the dance, but guys, I'm sorry, you know what? I said this from day one from day one I said she's not going to get to the end. She's going to get into the middle of the season and then they're going to go, you were great. You showed everybody that MS can be something you can defeat if you just have the right attitude and you just have the right thing. It's horseshit. Selma Blair is not being completely upfront and honest. I know she adds stem cell treatment. She had that docu drama, whatever it was, a year or two ago in which she talked about it. this is not really fair. She's getting treatment that other people with MS can't afford and she's, you know, kind of profiting from it. I've seen MS up close. You don't go from a cartwheel to a split if you've got multiple sclerosis for God's sake.

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California man sentenced to 4 years for COVID-19 loan fraud

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 12 hrs ago

California man sentenced to 4 years for COVID-19 loan fraud

"A California man who pled guilty to COVID-19 loan fraud has been sentenced Ready Buddha mala of Irvine California has been sentenced to four years in federal prison and a judge ordered him to pay $5 million 150,000 in restitution to the small business administration He was arrested in February trying to cross the border into Mexico and pled guilty in June to bank fraud and money laundering Prosecutors say he submitted 7 false applications for pandemic relief loans for three shell companies with no operations claiming to need the money for payroll for nonexistent employees and business expenses at bogus addresses Court documents say he used the money to buy three homes including properties in Los Angeles and Malibu as part of the plea agreement he'll forfeit real estate and $4.1 million from bank and investment accounts and cryptocurrency Is to be deported to India when he finishes his sentence I'm Jennifer King

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ADF's Tyson Langhofer Recounts the Case of Pamela Ricard

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:52 min | 16 hrs ago

ADF's Tyson Langhofer Recounts the Case of Pamela Ricard

"In these crazy times, people constantly ask me what can I do? What can I do? Well, here's one thing you can do. You can help our Friends at the alliance defending freedom. These guys are heroes. In fact, I wanted to have Tyson langhart for he's a senior counsel at ADF and director of the center for academic freedom at ADF to talk about to us about something they're working on now. So you get some sense of what these heroes at ADF are doing Tyson Lang hoffer, who is currently in loudoun county, Virginia, welcome to the program. Thanks for having me here. You tell us about the case of Pam Ricard. This is just so classic. I mean, the evils that people are dealing with that parents are having to deal with with schools effectively telling them we can do what we want with your kids. We don't need your permission. I mean, this is as un American as anything imaginable. It's happening now and you guys at ADF are dealing with it. You're fighting the battle. So tell us about the case of Pam Ricard. Yeah, sure. So Pam's a middle school math teacher in junction city, Kansas. And. A year ago, Pam was forced to basically was forced to use pronouns of students at the request and she said, look, I'll be happy to use their name, but I just don't want to lie to the students. But on top of that, the school told her that she had to use the legal name and biological pronoun communicating with parents, but yet when the students who use the preferred name and she said, okay, so what you're saying is she had to participate as a teacher. She was being told to deceive the parents. This is what she was being told to do.

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'The Bodies of Others' Author Naomi Wolf Shares Disturbing Revelations

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:05 min | 16 hrs ago

'The Bodies of Others' Author Naomi Wolf Shares Disturbing Revelations

"To Naomi wolf, the book is the bodies of others Naomi, you were just about to make a big point we went to a break. Go ahead. Yeah, thank you. So in addition to all these horrific, I mean just ruining human beings and recent data has shown that disabilities. This is Ed Doug, the former BlackRock hedge fund manager has shown that disabilities are up catastrophically among working age Americans. And if you see the vice documents, you know exactly why. But let's fast forward to what's most disturbing to me. What's most disturbing to me is in the Pfizer documents we now have about ten reports about this by our experts. There's a 360° attack on human reproduction. And it's highly intentional. So it's everything from we were assured that the lipid nanoparticles which are an industrial fat covered in polyethylene glycol, which is a petroleum byproduct, right? That's in the mRNA injections. We were told by all the spokespeople that they stay in the injection site. But that's a lie. And doctor Robert Chandler, a very distinguished volunteer of ours who has treated the Lakers and the angels. He's a sports medicine expert. He's a peer reviewer. He found from the Pfizer documents that these materials leave the injection site and go to every organ in your body within 15 minutes. But they accumulate in certain organs. It's not just that the lipid nanoparticles, it's the spike protein, which is toxic, and the mRNA. They accumulate in your spleen, your adrenals, your liver, but if you're a woman, they accumulate in your ovaries and what's so disturbing. Remember I was de platformed a year ago and attacked globally for accurately saying that women were having horrible problems with their menstrual cycles. These industrial fats covered in a petroleum byproduct are lodging in the ovaries. But doctor Chandler found that they accumulate in the ovaries like that, but they don't have a mechanism to leave the body that he could see.

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Naomi Wolf on the Satanic War Against the Human

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:27 min | 16 hrs ago

Naomi Wolf on the Satanic War Against the Human

"Back talking to Naomi wolf. Folks, I just want to ask you, please share this interview. We'll post it on rumble. If you go to Eric metaxas dot com and you get the newsletter, we'll share it with you. But you've got to share this because we are in desperate times. It's astonishing how little we hear about things like this, which simply couldn't be more important. Naomi, you talk about, we've been talking about the vaccine, whatever, but you talk about the human, right? And how the masks, the distancing, all of this stuff that has come upon us, which to my mind, it was absolutely unthinkable before two years ago. I mean, I just, I don't think anybody almost no one could ever imagine a world where we would have experienced this and we'd be in the middle of all this kind of thing. So it does seem strangely to be a war against the human. You talk about the masks, you can't see someone smile. Again, I find no other word. It seems to me demonic. It seems satanic and evil and horrifying. Yeah. And I think also a cult, I mean, I was reluctant to reach that conclusion, but there's so much that's ritualistic about the masking and the distancing and the even people's willingness. I keep thinking of Malik, you know, or a malek in the Bible. This sacrifice children, you know, the fact that parents are just offering up their children to an experimental injection when, you know, before 2020 would censure parents have done that. Yeah, that is my kind of spiritual theory of the case that these the shape that these directives took really has to be satanically directed because it's aimed at every level of where God comes into our lives, right? Family, smiling, laughing, music, worship, love. I mean, why am I sitting here talking like I'm very happy to be talking to you, but it's rosh hashanah. I'd like to worship in a synagogue, but I can't because the synagogue I was part of a synagogue in great bearings and won't let people into today if they are not vaccinated. Today, 2022, right? Two and a half years after this, you know, after the prison says it's not a state of emergency. There's surely money there, but there's also Satan there,

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The Media Ignores News Stories if There's No Political Purpose

The Officer Tatum Show

01:59 min | 19 hrs ago

The Media Ignores News Stories if There's No Political Purpose

"Although I'm open to believing that this is a white kid that shot up people on a football field or the white kids. But I just find it interesting that they never talk about the race. And they can bring up race in every other scenario and point the finger at certain things, but then you see that an absent when it comes to certain shooting incidents. And because they don't want you to know that there's other things that are going on out here. I almost would imagine and I could be wrong. I could be wrong. I want to imagine that this probably was a situation involving young black kids. Therefore, they don't talk about it. They don't make a big deal about it. It doesn't make the headlines nothing but one news cycle in is over and nobody talks about the race. Nobody talks about the victims. They don't even give them any attention. But it's like if they knew that this was a white kid, shooting black kids, or they knew this was white on white violence, they have an agenda to push gun laws and everything else. But if they don't have a political push to it, they typically don't talk about it. They don't bring it up. They don't make it a big deal. I think that this is incredibly sad that a 14 year old boy got killed. Is that not worth more news attention than George Floyd? I was just throwing it out there. A 14 year old boy playing football, he gets gunned down murdered. As he's walking off of the football field, and multiple other black boys get shot between the age of 14 and 17, get shot, they're laying and they laying on the football field. After multiple gunshot wounds, one guy got grazed, a one kid was grazed, but the other ones were rushed to the hospital, and went he had died. Is that not more outrageous to your mind that young 14 year old boy was murdered? They didn't do nothing wrong. They own a football field. They just got finished with a scrimmage. And they get shot to death.

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Don't 'Play Video Games' With Someone Else if You're Not Ready

The Officer Tatum Show

02:04 min | 19 hrs ago

Don't 'Play Video Games' With Someone Else if You're Not Ready

"We should not be having a conversation in the United States about whether abortion should be legal or not. It should be illegal. And you know, accountability is a big thing too, right? When I was 23 years old, 22, maybe, when I decided that I wanted to play video games with a woman and y'all know what I'm saying about video games, I want to play video games with a woman. You know, I had to like consider if she get pregnant, I have to be ready to be a father. So I'm going to make decision to play video games or not play video games. See, the funny thing is that men don't have me and have to be like, all right, I'm going to take a chance. And if I take a chance, I got to be a daddy. Women get to say, if I don't like him, and I don't like where this is going, I don't have to take, I can just have an abortion. That's not reality and it's not accountability. We should be teaching our young people that, hey, make positive decisions. Don't go out and have children, don't have to go out and play video games, somebody you're not married to. Don't play video games, you know, which you control and I plug in. Whatever you want to call it, of protecting yourself, whatever you want to call it. I don't know what analogy to make. With our hand sanitizer, not it's not good analogy. Anyway, don't go out playing video games if you don't want the results of playing video games. And if you're not ready, don't go there. It's really that simple. If you meet a young man and you like him or you meet a young woman and you like her and you say, well, you know what? I haven't gone to college. I really don't have any skills. I'm working at a minimum wage job, I really don't have the energy, the effort to put into this job to work my way up and become a manager and make more money. I have no incentive to work. I do not want to work two jobs. And I don't make enough money to barely take care of myself, I'm living with my mama. If your resume look like that, then bruh, you can't go to the club and pick up women and be hanging out like you a millionaire.

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"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

The Vineyard Years Podcast

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

"To ourselves but in some ways that is what it has become every couple of months the mercian vineyard association and publishes its own journal called the grapevine we've had two or three mentions in these pages and until the last one we were quite happy just to get any mention at all given the modest scale enterprise for the last publication. The editor had asked for any stories what she called as i recall natural disasters so obviously i sent her a reference to my blog about our misfortune with the burs and the eating via grapes. Well eighty percent of them. I'll return to the remaining twenty percent in a moment. In the most recent issue she referred to misfortune and recommended that people go to the blog for the whole story. She described it. As and i quote hilarious. I was happy with that as you know i do. Try and write in an amusing fashion if possible. It was only as bribes through the rest of the jail and found a report from our nearish neighbor. That in the words of the song. The smile dropped away from my face. There was a few pages later. A report of how successful they had been with that crop and their winemaking and not to beat about the bush. It pissed me off. Sheldon florida was everywhere. They had set this small vineyard up at the same time as us. So comparisons were inevitable. It felt like. I certainly saw her role in the world of english. Vineyards to be the source of fun for others right from the first training. Course i have a went on about setting up a new venue. On and i described the of his own the cost the location and ambitions of avignon and people laughed and suddenly. They felt a whole lot better about their own uv in yards. I suppose the rotting was on the wool. Then the signs were that we were bordering on the freaks of yorkshire vineyard world. Now you may think that the man who sets out to be amusing in his writing would welcome any kind of fame and be pleased that he was making. The people. Smile now misfortune. But it didn't feel like that. Just this moment on sunday our small group of vine grows winemakers meet including the full mentioned colleague. And i have no doubt that all the vigna people will bring examples of their wines recently made which raises an interesting issue. We did make some wine after the greatest we have left. But as i've written elsewhere we had to pick the grades before they were ready. Oh we would have had no grapes atole. So i know the wine i made. It's likely to be unimpressive. The fact that we made only red wine when most sensible people made white was an added disadvantage when we already had enough in the negative column. I'm now going to stop writing this blog. And go into the other room where we have stored our wine along with a kit wine and the orange wine that i referenced in elliott blogs by the time i write my next woods i will know. Just how much of a laughing stock i am about to become. My wife has suggested already peeling the label off a supermarket bottles. Deceive fellow winemakers bataille vetoed this idea so far at least i'm now going to get the wind an hour or two later. I'm back do you want to know the good news about news. Let's get the bad things out of the way. The wine made from grapes. Alone tasted crap or to be more precise. It tastes exactly like what it is. Wine made from. Grapes put when they were not ripe. For reasons. i've already explained the orange wine when tasted it alone. Israel than ice although rather like spirit and slightly petulant sparkly. The melo is fine as kit wines. Go on the site of spaghetti. Bowl organized would be perfectly acceptable. But of course neither res wines. We made to stand independently. They were created to enable us to make a drinkable blend from grapes. So the good news when blended approximately and i mean approximately one third of each. It tasted not too shabby tool question. Entrusting middle number not exactly like normal wine but an interesting version of something similar unto vertu. Our ambitions all those months ago. We always knew that trying to produce red wine that would suit the tastes of people that could buy decent butler chilean for about two five. And it's never gonna work now that we intend to sell our end but if we did it would clearly need a usb unique selling point. And that that missus soma half's nickname for my wife and myself tasted on physiologist. I'm definitely that all that remains now is to decide whether we have the courage to take a bottle of our blend blending. Wine is on honorable business. In the big wide world of winemaking to be subject to the scrutiny of his on sunday. I doubt we will. I'll let you know so early sunday morning. I blended and bottled three versions of our wine. Our writing covers the thirds. Shen the fifty fifty our wine in the merlo and two-fifths hours to fish smell on one fifth orange cooped and label them only with playing labels. We don't have a proper label as yet put them in a box. Slow to them in the land rover and took them to yorkshire wine. Meeting is pleasant meeting some interesting thoughts about how wind breaks increase the effects of frost generally chatty and even fun. We'll showed where we were up to in very different ways yes A neighbor did bring out his ones and unfortunately they were pretty good which leaves us with our wines. Did we have the courage to expose our efforts before this quite learners and certainly experienced group following the weight neighbor and say i stayed county. Been your retirement. Project goes on just getting new goods issues advantage. The vineyard is written and recorded by peter galvin produced an edited by pw osama house. She is production. Available on all good podcast directories apple google stitcher and blueberry. Thank you for listening to this episode of the vineyard years. If you enjoyed this one the plenty modem on this podcast and of course you can read every episode on my blog. The somehow she is all. If you'd like ole seventy in the same place does my e book and paperback available from amazon and titled. You've guessed it the vigna is..

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"years" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"years" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"In style for kids there's active wear and backpacks from the top brands like nike adidas under armor. And more and grown-ups there are beauty. Must have since stylish accessories to help you move forward to your new normal so go ahead find it all at kohl's or kohls dot com today with some made whole foods. Natural sweetness opens a world of imaginative snack. Take us we or sour adventure with thirty races. Knacks chill on creamy delicious yogurt covered raisins and for ultimate yummy trice. Moore's granola by because son made sacks goodness really is delicious get a taste that sunday. Dot com slash. Imagine that don't miss out on the top stories from the best insiders around the nfl. I'm your host rent lewis and on the nfl inside report podcast. I'll go around the league for in-depth analysis in storytelling with a multitude of exclusive. Nfl insiders getting unmatched access game. Recaps the biggest news in in-depth storytelling that take you beyond the headlines. Multiple times per week all on the nfl inside report. Podcast listened to nfl inside. Report on the iheartradio app on apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. Here's a question for you guys. What something you wish you knew before you had kids. So here's something we saw on facebook. Okay i have three kids. And there's a lot i thought i knew but i had no idea about having kids if i could tell my younger self one thing about having kids. I'd say that you're going to have to learn how to do some serious serious scheduling. It's all about working on their schedule. Not yours okay as a parent. What advice do you give your friends who are about to have kids. Yes steve. I recommend false to kill right out the gate. Send yourself through this right here. I don't know what i knew. I looked in the foster care. I just wouldn't not aware of the program but output mine in it. I put mine in in into foster care. Just let him build character from now. 'cause i know a lot of people that came through the foster care system have a lot of driving. Good greek know how to overcome winning game. South ass laugh shooter. Put them into the program system. That's my recommendation. Anybody having kids but you have your nephews differently. Disown will because i'm telling you it. Don't make no for the key to be much medication. That no nethon then peels real data. Whatever you have to take them. We don't take the appeal did. Adhd if you don't take you in for a world of hurt. I'm telling right now. A world of hurt field. Take the appeal. Get yo ass off the couch. I'm sarah of sarah ma'am. He just knew he didn't know i got a call. One time to teach me no land. Could you come up here because your nephew was standing on his head in kona why they take the tip. Asean take the kids. I'm so sorry. Ma'am i just disown. Don't even come on nephew. You have kids. Give them to your mama and daddy defers eighteen years. Just sit back and just watch just letting mom and dad handle somebody that nobel kids does this give them away and sit back and watch and why her mom and dad. Do you watch when mom and dad was raising you. Sit back and watch this day. There yourself all said the same thing basically way too much work is nothing adult should be saying like. Why don't you get the dog leg. Got your mouth. Dow jo- sorry family hair. All you go here is a bunch of. He did what they did. what what what when. Why ways all of us if all of us have kids other than shirley in college sherline caller with tail you raise a key is love. And all this internal truth. Our philosophy doesn't work ish years a pain user. First of all your life will never be. The same is not yours anymore now. Is you get to fit some of your life in around there. You got first of all you got to feed them. Dress them carry them. Hold everything dear. When they do learn how to walk. You gotta follow behind. Ask because ain't no telling what they do what they list the wrong out with no on afternoon put he paying stop disadvantage there. All right guys thank. We'll have of the steve harvey morning. Show coming up twenty minutes after right after this. You're listening to morning show before you even wake up. News for today is working for you. The weather will affect your plans for the next few hours even the next ten days and what you need to know to get ready for your day no matter how it looks where you need to go how you're going to get there the stories you need to know for the day and showing you great things happening in our community. Whenever you're ready to start your morning we'll be ready for you. News today is working for you. Hi everyone i'm and i'm co hosting the podcast. Sos cuba alongside my friend journalist. Jose the as balart. We're discussing the history of our beloved cuba and what led to the recent protests in the communist run island and why people are calling for change. A group of special guest weigh in on. What's next for our that guana. Listen to our weekly show. Sos cuba on the iheartradio. App apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. Can't get an football then. Look no further than the gm beat podcast. Join me. k adams alongside nate burleson. Peter shrager kyle grant for daily breakdown of the league's biggest stories between game plan breakdowns and fantasy tips. We've got you covered for all your football needs. We got recaps re tweets and reaction to all the wild moments. You might have missed on and off the field. Listen to the good morning. Football podcast weekdays on the iheartradio app on apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts..

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"years" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

Zero Blog Thirty

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"years" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"Navy subpar football team on this one. I kind of agree with it but they sort of do it already everyone. There hasn't passed the pt test in the last three years. Get retired automatically do this. Yeah they do They'll they'll they'll push out. Your body can't be fat so someone said the ba- disgruntled boats disgruntled. Boats said the band. Now i like the ban. I kind of agree with them on this one like. Why is the band that what he had that. Many bands like every base needs a band. Who cares like if you're if you're at a marine corps ball and there. Do you really care if somebody's there on the trumpet. Playing the marine corps him as opposed to just a tape. It's like when you see live music versus listening ear car. It definitely just slaps different okay to old people right exactly two old right. They've did a lot for this country. I keep the bans brett brett tavern papa anyway said four and basis that are overstaffed close unnecessary basis. The us has over eight hundred military bases in seventy countries. I'm not fact checking that. But i wouldn't be shocked. It's true why i'll be strategic. I love the thought of some. Like low-lying caribbean base. Where everybody straight chilling shut the brett pretty good time down here pro. Shut the fuck up talent movie with tom. Arnold mikhail's navy. Yeah that's basically the same thing. He's he's got a great setup. Wretched shut up man and finally..

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"years" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

Zero Blog Thirty

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"years" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"Let's get going with the actual show but before we get into the round. There's a couple of things that we talk about one. The big news story of the day. I guess yesterday to for those of you who are parents that around my age and for those of you who are children then. Two thousand one. You'll remember steve from blue's clues. Now steve from blue's clues if you don't remember you've seen them before everybody in the world i imagine has seen him before. He's the he's the fellow that would wear the green striped shirt one dark color. One light color And then he had a little dog named blue who turned out blues. A girl everybody that was assuming blue was boy was wrong. You can Blue the dog does not believe in gender colors at all. Kind of like me. I love pick blue. Is that same way. Blue girl dog steve. About twenty years ago there was all kinds of rumors. I would even say i would even say goes to the point of hullabaloo. Kate would you agree with that. There was a lot of hullaballoo. All sorts of rumors getting tossed around is to buy heroin heroin. That he was that he was a child molester. All sorts of things which were not true. Obviously nick junior wouldn't be putting on his video today. No not a heroin guy definitely not a child porn guy he said i just kinda got up and went to college and that was really challenging by the way but great because i got to use my mind and take a step at a time and now i'm literally doing many of the things i wanted to do. So he just he up and left blue's clues the height of its fame to go to college because he was bald to now was came up to the nick actually forced him out because he was bald. That was a big rumor that went up another big rumor. Yeah steve bank from blue's clues out have to imagine like those child stars that come in there. I mean bank relative like maybe not millions of millions but he probably he had to have made good money to be the star of a tv show for that. I feel like again. You know two thousand and one. I was in high school. So i don't really ever have a need to watch blue's clues but i remember it being big so i have to imagine. He made a considerable amount of money enough that he would walk.

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"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

The Vineyard Years Podcast

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

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"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

The Vineyard Years Podcast

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

"We should actually be. This is all summa house being an artist at all. I don't know. I've got this far by breaking down complicated process into small steps and take you one step at a time. My fellow amadou whine grow said it's not rocket science. I agree is much more complicated. I must admit. I hadn't expected to fail in quite such spectacular fashion for an unpredictable fashion. It's not that having the burs grapes. Usual there constant source of concern for all proper onus. I just hadn't expected this source to be our undoing rabbits. Sheep deer moles rain. Frost lack of some win. Poll solex cetera. All seemed likely or at least possible even burs but maybe not before the bloody greats were rob enough to fake some talks. Look at my retirement choices and think maybe would have been better have a nice simple happy. Like train says which are still off in the arctic. But hey ho. Let's just hope that things next year at least we will be warned. Although i'm not sure what preventive steps we will take with the birds. But then i've got almost the whole year to find out being retired. I'll have plenty of time and finally to an image in the local newspaper of a man arrested for growing murray wanna in his home probably wondering what the significance of be saying. That is while shortly after we felt produce grapes. This headline appeared in the local paper. That this man. Roy moore you wanna a friend suggested. Maybe we should try growing marijuana as there seemed to be a demand. Maybe the birds either wouldn't eat the plants or crushing the in high on dope. If they did find a higher is that we have land in colorado and of course marijuana is now legal in colorado. But not here. So maybe i'll have another. The vineyard is written and recorded pita galvin produced and edited by. Vw some

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"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

The Vineyard Years Podcast

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

"Disgust strikes october. Two thousand fourteen. It really irritates to keep reading. What a great year. It's been for grapes. It rankles to here on the radio that there are fifty percent more vineyards this year than last. Well you say you sound it. Dow and i am. I haven't been looking forward to writing this blog..

"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

The Vineyard Years Podcast

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

"That goes makes. It reminded me of an idea. I had a while ago about how wine is made in turkey and georgia. I think it was on the other way. Round the observer reviewed what they call orange wines reviewed the end product very favorably. Assuming you like a taste of origin. Your wine set me thinking if our wine. If and when made a little thin lacking in fruit than we might legitimately are different kinds of i wrote down at the time orange pips spice cherries notes. Pez in this way. I would be distinctive. I do realize that the would distinctive can mean many things good and bad but still it was an idea and he came back to me after the first period of thinking. Should we wasted our time be creative. I thought i even thought about making the one in amphorae buried in the ground. As i remember they did enjoy. You visited there until i looked at the price and also contemplated how big the vessel laws and how small our amount of grape juice. So maybe not this finally and again trying for the good news front. I started checking on the internet from local. That is what was the lowest sugar level. They would recommend picking rondo again reasonably encouraging the figure of seventeen on the brick scale was mentioned and this is significantly below the twenty four point five to be exact suggested by a us. Jim not that far off the figure of nearly fifteen some of aggravates registering and we had another three or four weeks if the weather stayed good before we needed to pick them so far now. Nearly the end of september the weather even up at the top end of nitto has been kind to us a relative term. You understand on the less good front. We have hens and chickens. If you were thinking as a non buying grow you might say oh. That's an ice. He's taking up keeping livestock because he's grapes on growing. If you are fine row you will know that. I'm talking about great variability in size and rhyming. The grades i big ones. Little ones in abundance does not help picking on the winemaking process toll. It's not impossible but it probably does me picking out all the on rhyme small graves before trying to make wine with what's left so that's not great but hopefully not insuperable if that his word the other thing we've done this month is to get the soil analyzed again at fourteen pounds of sample and sake samples. This is not something to be undertaken. Likely i decided to do it. Because some of the leaves were showing some classic signs of mineral deficiency. We doing okay. On the potassium phosphorus and magnesium front but there are important elements work here again more reading on the internet about what might be happening and sites talking about the problem with the carbon nitrogen bonds back to our first comprehensive soil analysis to read about the need for boron and zinc application saw quite anxiety provoking and is probably not the right time of year to be applying any additional chemicals easy to put on the backburner until next year. Assuming there isn't actually so there. We have it. September progress report about bits. You'll never make any wine quite a bit by bit and your soil needs treating and the good bit says well while we're keeping on with the dream we have three or four weeks for the weather to remain good and our grapes to ripen at hence for us to make some wine of some sort retirement so many opportunities to trusting the vineyard written and recorded by peter galvin produced and edited by w.

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"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

The Vineyard Years Podcast

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

"Jumped eighteen september. Two thousand and fourteen as charles dickens wrote. It was the best of times. It was the worst of times sums of this month quite well. Although perhaps the best of times was bit underplayed. Let me start with bits. And see if i can end on a positive note. Visit a couple of weeks ago from an osce. A knowledgeable man already mentioned with his own vineyard in western australia. He told us he makes four thousand liters a year just above hobby status. He suggested but to it was quite impressive as he is when he talks about the winemaking process he undoubtedly knows his stuff which is why what he had to say about. Our video was really quite depressing in a nutshell. He looked at alvin yard. Says you want to make wine than by some grapes. Because you're not going to get across of any so from what you've got here. We were quite devastated while we knew what we were doing. A risky business. Not business dole. Just a hobby. Nevertheless we had hoped that grapes. We had on our rondo. Vons we do have a fair number. Would right in the next four weeks when we could at least have a go at making your own wine which meant the bits and bobs equipment. We have been buying the last couple of months. Crooked east emma fermenting booklets press refractory to high-drama to not to mention the winery shed star of last month's blog et cetera. Actor would be money well spent but here we were feeling the whole thing had been a complete waste of time effort and money a very odd moment it left me disinclined to buy any further equipment like demi johnson buffalo's. I suppose what was clear. Was the good news in a perverse. Oh to hawaii nothing to be done on. We could only go on maybe onwards down. What's on woods nonetheless. There's no turning bike and that is what we have done in the last couple of weeks. Since obviously since left the first thing i did was take a measure of what level of sugar we had inaugurated choosing the aforementioned refractory to this was my first time of using this piece of equipment and it was some relief to get a reading of any sort mentally some way below the ideal. Well a long way below the figure my trillion showman suggested we needed twenty four on the brick scale. We had twelve point five so not go but as i say at least you're on the blasted scale. I also started googling what to do with unripe. Grapes make vinegar was a common suggestion. French court as you vege- use green juice. Not what we wanted. I don't agree. But something. At least and i specifically asked google whether it was possible to make wine from unripe grapes tentative very tentative yes by following a recipe for making gooseberries wine so again a ray of hope when we look this up. It didn't seem particularly complicated. It suggested adding a few gripes..

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"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

The Vineyard Years Podcast

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

"Who could blame them for largely staying within the tube because it was buddy freezing out in the open but it was so cold that we had to stop after an hour or so because our fingers was so frozen. They wouldn't work so we plan to return to finish it off this weekend. I tell you all these people who according to a survey in this weekend's paper will not pay more than six pounds of buffalo have no idea of the suffering that goes into making english wine as it now is talking of the survey it feels a little in decent having taken latour from the french now to be rivaling them as one produces the survey said that france was the country from which the british consumer preferred to buy wine. As i looked round. The table is formidable group of wine yard owners taking the piss out of each other. I thought that was pulled french. People they don't know what's coming actually. That's not quite true. What are really thought is bloody hell. Will we agree on anything. We did agree. We agree that we should proceed without planning to continue to set up your show wines website coming to a computer near you quite soon. We decided that as well as promoting various It would have how to underneath page. And as i was the only person who could right i was elected as editor of the news section. I think you'll agree. That's news that certainly was to me. The rest of the meeting was aided and abetted by information from ian at laurel vineyards about the cost of bottles twenty five people want to know forty five p. sparkling the discussion about the cost of labels fell apart of it because there are so many options we did look at some very attractive labels. He had event. You continues on friday. We drove over to heather and henry foam in east yorkshire or whatever. It's called now to pick up. One hundred willow trees in inverted commerce this out on ending search for wind protection. I have to say rush. Why is that. I always thought of vineyard scenically the best but having seen extra vineyard i may need to reconsider. Let's just say they're both beautiful. We pick took the willows. Which henry had kindly cause heart because otherwise we would not have been able to get them underdogs in the land rover. The defend ninety doesn't have lots of space in the back to begin with but when you put in a permanent dog cage there's even less so instead of having a hundred to plan. We had two hundred. We planted all two hundred last saturday. It was whacked but not to call relatively speaking mostly. They were easy to plant you. Just push into the ground. Some of them didn't want to go in but we made them. They don't look very impressive just yet but henry assured me that they grow about ten feet in a year. We will have to monitor their progress carefully. Otherwise the greatest little vineyard the view will.

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"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

The Vineyard Years Podcast

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

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"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

The Vineyard Years Podcast

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

"Chatree left the should february two thousand and fourteen. I suppose it. Say something about our ambitions for our vineyard. When i tell you that the only building to the vineyard concept so far is shared. This was last winter. This is not in any way to denigrate. My shed hinted that elsewhere person these shadow something similar either virtual or actual in my case mind is admittedly a rather flimsy shed. Tony costs three hundred pounds. Not like some house of the title which is a solid thing showed look nice and pert on the lot. The same house. Rest snugly in the back garden protected and safe online the shed not only. Is it a bit on the light. So but being in the vineyard on as you will know from previous vineyard blogs is todd exposed in the blog. That was a photograph of what the sheds luke like when i placed on the land. I love mississippi. He painfully skills to protect the shed against elements. Little it it now when it left being q. what a life. It was heading for probably thought he was going to be. Somebody's potting shed maybe with a capital and mugs and a neat suburban guard with some old guy listening to radio for rum. I place my shed. The one i had always wanted. Contrary to the sensible advice of my foam a neighbor at the bottom of the vineyard. He said i needed to place it behind the bomb where it would be protected but i knew better of course. What did he know that up into detail. He only lived in foam there for forty plus years so placed the shed where i thought it looks nice where the view was best so that when i sat in my writing cabin composing great works and imagining avenue. In years ago. I would be able to stay idly out of the window without any need for explanation. So the idea is a writing. Cabin was its initial use. I mean just look you can see right down. The valley and i have a telescope for that purpose. I have bolted chair. Cut down a found table. Put one of my favorite books on that table and plan. Were to hang my maps of the world. I also bought a rod and natty kabul radio from leeds art gallery show up. I thought it very cool but not as cool as it was about to be bought. The radio i listen to radio four while wiling away the animals in my very own shed and then last winter the snow cave. The snow covered the shed way down by the snow the shad assumed a boy or trapeze him. Searching might longo knowledge of joe mature here kind of shape the perspex windows shattered the roof and part of the shad flew off. I was found in the next failed. Cozy writing cabin place to plant. Vineyards strategies did not look so flash. I felt a little foolish. Ask him asking my neighbor if he would reconstruct my potential winemaking in house but my neighbor kindly did reconstructed in the rest of the venue. The plastic tubes very in the parents so just sticking out of the snow and some sticking out a tool but where the snow had drifted completely. Buried them still live. Incidentally as i've said all this happened about this time last we had a couple of worrying months. Oh wondering what is late. Blizzard might have done to our vines. This winter was at the end. Of every i some very wet one. You'll recall so they haven't had the best out. There is book on. We go which is a bit more than the radio did. It was buried under several feet of snow in the wreckage. Shed what had seemed like a cool thing to put in the shed ten national road foolish a more than a little misshapen. I tried to open it out of it restore it to its original pristine condition. It doesn't look too bad when photographed can tell you. I was pretty chastened. Lives a bit crackly. But then he always was bit on the fragile side. Sound wise even when unblemished by several feet of snow. So we've given it a more. Domesticated homework can be more like the radio. It wanted to be like the neon itself. The radio does live on. We await the coming of a second spring to see how many of our vines have survived. The things you do in retirement. Thank you for listening to this episode of the lake. venue ideas. If you enjoyed this one there plenty more to come on this podcast and of course you can read every episode a my blog. The semi house is all. If you'd like old seventy in the same place does my e book and paperback available from.

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"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

The Vineyard Years Podcast

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

"We miss them yet. Yesterday morning. i could cheerfully strangle them now. They said overnight. Stay said before while said it again. This retirement business thrown wyche his. Just some predictable. Finally by way of another digression. I had one conversation with a female female. A i shall coa about in. What's his name. The bardo barnsley. Who writes a column in the saturday. Yoshua post since i've started blogging on a regular basis. I have grown to admire those radio columnists who pretty some kind of story every week. I quite liked ends column on the rare occasions. We by the ocean pose but mike companion did not being the bottom bones. Likud no is with her. Never tells you anything. She said he meets. Somebody in shop never tells you anymore about now normally conversational this would be simply light chatting. But in this case aramark reminded me of my own modest writing efforts admittedly. I don't expect to receive money from efforts but there is no doubt that so many of my books definitely flimsy. I fully admit that this was in my mind. The evening with my new colleagues would produce for me abroad in my vineyard series blocked. Hannity's would be flimsy judge for yourself incidentally and definitely finally. I have not put names to this report. Not because i intend to anything unpleasant about my colleagues but just because it gives me more license to embellish the events of the night we writers need to be able to embellish as it turns out. I haven't needed to thank you for listening to this episode of the vineyard years. If you enjoyed this one plenty more to come on this podcast and of course you can read every episode online blog. The somehow she is or if you'd like old seventy in the same place. There's my e-p-o-c-h in paperback available from amazon entitled. You've guessed it. The vineyard the vineyard is written and recorded on peter galvin produced an edited by p w summer house. She is production available. On all good podcast directories apple google stitcher and blueberry..

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"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

The Vineyard Years Podcast

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

"Vineyard. Welcome to the year. Two thousand and fourteen curate's egg. It was good in thoughts but mostly it was just challenging. It started with us. Buying and planting more vines on then continued with us. Buying and planting two hundred willows as wind breaks media we erect to the second shed on optimistically named it our winery. We follow this up with some equipment to go in it. Croatia de stem a great press. Which was my favorite bit of kit. Made me feel like a real pro. Probably about the only time that i did. And the grip la. You'll have to look Says we get grapes raw. The birds eight eight two percent of them boo this like to at first attempt at blending we what was left interesting but not wildly successful. We finish the year with learning how to prune so yes a year uh definitely had its ups and down but it did at least give us unofficial mission statement which was from adversity kim's quality. While we have not chapter ten a night at the hotel but no opera january two thousand fourteen. You might say this was an historic meeting. The first one was time anyway. A powerful force of yorkshire fitness gathered together to plan our strategy for will domination mel. Not quite in a number of ways. The first problem was me. The thing is that there is a part of my soul. That does believe i do not believe i am not a believer. I do not in my heart of hearts believe that we will ever get grapes. Ever make our own wine which is kind of okay we always. Oh the project has experimental that it makes meeting with yorkshire vincent colleague slightly oakwood a bit of another experience in fact allies of changed in the last few months retirement. Dogs though the things that we fail were on shifting sounds and it seems to me a very fine line between shifting sands in quicksand and i do. I like this one only adds to the feeling of. We're not in kansas anymore. Toto but also as i've written before in these vigna blogs i feel a fraud all of us except one of us if i may use that. Ona have much bigger acreage than we do. Making wine or at least seem to have a fair prospect to doing so. Well i'd say nice but my room didn't have sky sports. Even though that ubiquitous item the guess directory said we did. Apparently you only got it in a superior room. But i digress. So he we were on a sunday evening. Ten of us all united under the common heading of vine grows so much was discussed still though none of it related to vignettes as one colleague. Put it. you'd think we didn't like vignon. It's any inclination to discuss. Yorkshire vignon strategy was negligible. The thing is this is the second issue we're over a different big and small vignettes ten thousand to two hundred long established at least in uk terms to very recently planted professional hard-nosed business people to amateurs lycos will have quite different talkie patients with. Oh there is a strong theme of self employed business people my good self excluded that is probably more divided by differences than united by any common interests. This would explain why the compensation range to cross topics as varied as gulf holidays. Blogging teaching willow growing psychology management starts dogs and so forth. There is abundant support. These people would have helped us but you need to chore it. Predictably on this strange evening wine was drummed but other than an argentinian malbak now the winds were acclaimed american mellow the chew valley bala cello or rubbished much. Black sheep was drunk are in yorkshire after all the ball. Bill as you would expect was law much about two hundred and fifty pounds. Calculate the evening ended at least as far as we were concerned with activity. That might broadly. Be described. As luke i watched was like an ongoing seen from some surrealist film and titled endless night till end this pain or endless balls will some such some bowls very few pocketed but when they were they were not the killer or in the right bucket. Awful the team. You might have predicted the balls. Were confusing combination of poland. Snuggles that were to pink in two yellows but one of them is red. It was explained which run i asked. Doubt defends came. This won't slid reply tips. Missing from cues choosing was wri gamesmanship was a given. Both were moved into more or less for tourists positions depending on who is doing. The moving by language flowed seamlessly from the lips of the pliers. Fortunately the only witness to the scene of indescribable mayhem with me. And i stayed only to be able to compile this revolt after half an hour of this chaos. I left and headed for the same trick of the room. Skysports out we surprisingly met at breakfast and the tool. Turn to the meeting we would meet at yorkshire harm. That's fine. The topic would be pruning very sensible. Is it needs doing now. I must admit being somewhat taken aback by the day to the next week next sunday. Bloody how anyone would think we li- teacher we do. Of course and as i say pruning needs to happen very soon hence the immediate of the meeting. One of the thing about this rather bizarre thing. It would be remiss of me not to mention that. This was the first night away from the pope's since we got them late. September has looked would have it. I had left them feeling extremely cross with them because of their behavior in the park. That morning design worked. Well because it meant. I didn't have any qualms about leaving them. In fact i felt they deserve to be left now not left on their own. Of course number one soon is looking after them. So this morning there have been no wild leaping and voting on the bed as the dogs. While i try to drink my tea now attendant fascination when i blow my nose not tiptoeing around. When they're asleep on the bed you might say avoid allies yes..

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"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

The Vineyard Years Podcast

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

"Chapter ten a night out the hotel but no opera january two thousand and fourteen. You might say this was an historic meaty. The first one was time anyway. A powerful force. Yorkshire vintners gathered together to plan our strategy for world domination. Quite in a number of ways. First problem was me. The thing is that there is a part of my soul. That does not believe. I do not believe i am not the believer i do not in my heart of hearts believe that we will ever get grapes or ever make our own wine which is kind of okay will always hold. The project has experimental but it makes meeting with yorkshire vietna- colleagues slightly oakwood a bit of experience. In fact lies have been so changed in the last few months retirement. Dogs the things that we feel. We're on shifting. Sounds and seems to me. It's a very fine line between shifting sands in quicksand. I do. I like this one only adds to the feeling of. We're not in kansas anymore. Toyoto but also as i've written before these win yard blogs i feel a fraud all except one of us. If i may use that pronoun. Have much bigger acreage than we do. We'll making wine or at least seem to have a fair prospect of doing all of us except one of if i may use that pro. Have much bigger acreage than we do. Making wine or at least seemed to have a fair prospect of doing so. So who would have thought we'd be spending an evening in an ice hotel as a group of actual or prospective venice. Well i say. Now i put. My room didn't have skies sports. Even though that ubiquitous term the guests directory said we did say nice. But my room didn't have sky sports even though that ubiquitous is the guest director said we did. Apparently you only got it in a superior room. But i digress here. We were on a sunday evening. Ten of us all united under the heading of vine grows so tough much was discussed although none of it related to avignon as one colleague put it. You'd think we didn't like vineyards any inclination to discuss. Yorkshire vignon strategy was negligible. The thing is this is the second issue. We're over very different. Big and small vineyards ten thousand to two hundred long established at least.

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"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

The Vineyard Years Podcast

08:04 min | 2 years ago

"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

"Chapter nine review of the year. Two thousand thirty in the last block of this year. I thought i would ride quick summary of this year for us and fewer bits and bobs. It's been a year off in work in half in retirement. Vignon was always designed as a retirement project. So was going well in that planning sense finish. This is vinnie blogs by referring to the wind society news. I've being a member of the wine society for about thirty is and although i spread my wine buying around for moldy majestic local wine shops accenture still by on a semi regular basis from the society. They haven't tended to sell much from english. Vineyards in the past. This is changing the front page of the december new sheet society news has the headlines two thousand and thirteen looking. Good for you cave-in yards. They feel the love. The picture of a need serene even vignon review in the downs. I'll have to say that any resemblance to avenue all these purely coincidental. The weather is predictably. The main focus of the article quote warm temperatures continued well into october. The long winter of two thousand and twelve thousand thirteen was actually a benefit to the vines as it delayed but bus unless the period we were at risk from ross said molly arabas of retrea half for when may arrived without any side of a boat. I began to fit worst. Those light on this council year little face. The article concludes only know. Two thousand and thirteen looks very promising for english wine. And we look forward to tasting the first of these when they arrive next summer and finally slightly damning with faint praise. We know the obvious has been excellent promising. Look forward to tasting suggests that the still possibility of english winters screwing the quality of the one in the winemaking process. The maybe that's just me. Just my paranoia on. That's not something ruse to worry about. Just yet we have had a good year in our own modest wi with the good weather even the dial where we are. Vines have grown. Well as i wrote earlier we have had our own harvest humble but if large oak trees grow from tiny echoes. While who knows what you'll be dead before then yep vines have grown well. We've lost a few along the way and as we brace ourselves for yet storm of the century we hope for the best on are exposed side through this coming winter in my next blog i will publish a couple of photos of the snow. We had last year on the affected On my shed. We went up to the vigna both spayed and more plastic ties. The action talks in some the show that in the woods garrison kada it doesn't sell it. You probably don't need it. I have the vague intention of levelling out. Some of the newly ploughed rafer nexias additional planting on tying mccain's but so bloody cold. We went inside litter. Read the papers. The pups were happy enough to rise around outside. When i did venture out. I went to the outside building under the bits of toddy. Somali thing to do when it's cold outside in the process of tidying-up are found hundreds and hundreds of plastic ties. The must have come with the canes. As i said before i don't remember ordering them but though they were laughing at the wasted money. We don't like wasting money and yorkshire. That i had swarmed on buying new ties when i had literally hundreds in my house as a token gesture are two of them. Just the thousand to go before retiring inside. Finally i'd like to know that my name has been cemented in the dial one of the residents foamy the other day to ask if i will be prepared to organize a wine tasting. Apparently my farmer neighbor the one who helps me. I recommend to as a wine expert to shop who wanted to organize a wine tasting evening in february when quote it's a bit miserable appear of drunk plenty of one in my time but never been regarded as an expert capable planning out wine tasting evening. It's a bit scary really. But i couldn't say no and i was secretly flattered might get the blog out of it. Couldn't pasted my email response to this request. If any our readers have any thoughts i would be delighted to say the least to receive them. My email side. We need to make it fun as well as challenging but not too difficult not for the experts. Just normal people. I suggest we have about ten rounds with the prize at the end of the best school. Perhaps the quiz could start. He's gets a bit more difficult. We can the multiple choice which is easier august straight answers so number one. We could start with a blindfold test a read a wide at rosa people. Guess which is which the time temperature so now that number two i shall deny on a southern yellow brown which is which this is fairly. Easy number three beaujolais on the sure. Is that very different so again. Easy number foale a give it strumming an unusual wine for most people. The cheap one more expensive wool which which five same great from different countries says soviet-bloc fronts unwound from new zealand. Number six account around and another red coat road usually has a peppery thais county spotted seven riesling and something else can they spalte. The petrol taste number right guests. The country wife from say australia chile france again. No nine guests. The country read from italy germany et cetera number ten and lastly a cheaper psycho on abacha sparkling wine can people tell which is which whether or work on now but the things we agree to when we retired and have all this time on. Thank you for listening to this episode the vineyard years if you enjoyed this one there plenty more to come on this podcast and of course you can read every episode online blog. The somehow his all if you'd like old seventy in the same place. There's my e book and paperback available from entitled. You've guessed it vineyard. The vineyard is written and recorded by peter galvin produced an edited by vw. Summer house years production. Available on all good podcast directories apple google stitcher and blueberry..

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"years" Discussed on Marketing Secrets

Marketing Secrets

06:58 min | 2 years ago

"years" Discussed on Marketing Secrets

"All right. So at the time recording in the middle of this seventy launch the phonology launch hopefully while he has a chance to had a chance to watch that we started on January second third and fourth. I'm doing three days of training and then we're making it off. At the end for people get recordings from the training and the transcript so much other stuff when they get their take like you might. So that's kind of what's happening and It's been really fun but yesterday to the very procession to was three hours long top my face off it was awesome. We streamed at both facebook and Youtube. And then we got done we came off the stats and stuff we had between platforms about five thousand people watching twenty five hundred and one hundred people on the phone so it was kind of cool and what's amazing is the afterwards youtube and facebook shows you how much time was consumed or how many how many video time it was cool. They they don't do it. My caves the an average of twenty two. I mean the pressure as well but they say look of the five thousand people watched you took like. Let's go watch for five watch for an hour for three hours of scholarship. It'd make you put like stack that time together. Now I'm in the three hours. I was on stage. One point. Two years of video tie was consumed one point two the years that one point two years worth of time was consumed while I was live. And then we we. It was online for another twelve hours afterwards which increases much. Oh I'm guessing probably at least a year and a half if not if not more consumed that was number one right there. Point is offline data about to start in the datum of three so this is a one one and a half years of viewing time happened yesterday. In probably GONNA the year half today and tomorrow so when all said done worth three four four and a half the three or four four almost five years. Let's say five rounded up five years of viewing time with was consumed during this launch. Now I'm I'm Tony because interesting. This is the magic of leverage. This is why we do what we do right like. Let's say I wanted to be a teacher. Let's say I wanted to have a huge impact around the world and so let's say I go on a teaching degree. I get a job and a good university. Let's start teaching kids and I teach a class three days a week. And there's fifty kids each each thing and teaching gene. Our Day started looking at that way. It's like okay. Let's say there's fifty kids. Teaching hours is fifty hours types. Threes a week. One hundred fifty hours How long would it take for me to teach five years worth of content right if you've hook it back to back to back take me a decade or two or three right you? That's how traditional education is done. That's how most people get their messages out. Mostly will teach at educators like if we shift this this mindset like how do we how do we go live how do we how do we share message with with tons of people got over this week. We'll have five years worth of education. Right let's I wanted to go mentor. Some one on one you AH. That's me spending five and a half years with somebody to get the impact that is able to get in a couple of days anyway. It was just like well it was just just like oh my gosh like my message can go so much further today because of these tools we have these these crazy things. The seven day live wants concept of lows and get five years worth so by training out into the market and and it's just it's it's exciting. It's fascinating so tell you this because I want you to understand like how much of an impact you can have on people. That's why these these tools. These trainings is marquis. All of a sudden we're doing and teaching Thomas so important because the impact that little me a little you can have now in. The world is hught five years with education in three days again back in the day taking your traditional educator. How long years lifetimes to do what we did in a weekend? And same thing is true for you and so hoping she cited hope it gets you more passionate about your mission mission and more passionate about your job and your ability and you're calling to go out there and share because you can have an impact. I'm thinking about teachers. I Dunno Aristotle Socrates. He's like the early philosophers. Right like you're able to do the weekend. They can do in a lifetime right anything about the impact that those guys had on on their you know their spheres of influence that huge right and the impact you can have on your spirits even bigger right. This is little tiny hinges. Swing such huge doors. And so that's why it's so important so vital for all of us to be building. Our platform building are following doing trading doing stuff putting our message pretty Thoughts putting our our ideas. That is out there because we're not careful. The ideas the ideas we don't you know don't agree with are being published out there right and then he consumed consumed by millions of people. It's like if we're not out there doing our best to suck the attention away from the negative messages and sucker attention away from things that are destructive for people and give them light and truth. I hope and belief in things that do matter that are important. Like that's that's that's a that's a pretty powerful it. All of us have been called to do that. And so it it is not just a way for you guys. Make money something where you can literally change people's lives and hope you see that hope you understand that it'd be fun to actually go back to my podcast look look at who got ten thousand downloads. Times twelve minutes eagles. How much time? How many episodes like be fun to kind of look at how many how many years with content that's been consumed to the podcast as well? I think it's just fascinating and interesting cool so anyway Want to share with yesterday. Because it's been on my mind and I just thought it was exciting and got me got me excited to share more. I'm going to live again in about about ninety minutes. And hopefully get five or six years worth of you time in Sucking that time away from the distractions that aren't serving people in our empowering them and and giving them the tools they need to have they wanna live so all right. Thanks guys appreciate Y'all and we'll talk to you as very. Hey this Russell again and I really quick I wanNA thank you so much for listening to the marketing secrets. podcast hope you enjoyed this episode and if you did you imagine what it would be like experiences for four days with five thousand other insane hackers people who just like you. Think like you. Who believe vision like you if you'd like to do that and you need to be? This year's final hacking live is coming me up very very soon if you'll ever take shape and go to follow hockey live dot com and it gives you the ability to leave your home. Leave where you're you're trying to create dream and come to a place with a whole bunch of people who think like you who believe like you see visions like you of what they can create what they can become. Life is not just a marketing event personnel development event. It's both of those things into one and it is an experience that will change your life forever so make sure you get your tickets. You don't have me. I go to hockey live dot com. You're tickets we've sold out a five years in a row. We will sell this year as well. And after your tickets you'll be there with five thousand other insane crazy fun the funnel hackers talking how to grow the business sharing all the best. That's market secrets. Things that are working today. You gotta go your tickets now at funneled hacking live dot com. 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