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"zeeland" Discussed on Astronomy Cast

Astronomy Cast

01:54 min | Last month

"zeeland" Discussed on Astronomy Cast

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"zeeland" Discussed on Thinking Crypto News & Interviews

Thinking Crypto News & Interviews

05:20 min | Last month

"zeeland" Discussed on Thinking Crypto News & Interviews

"Welcome back to the thinking crypto podcast with me today's congressman Bill huizenga, congressman, it's great to have you on the show. Hey, thanks for having me. I appreciate it, Tony. Congressman, there's lots to talk about as it relates to crypto. But before we get there, I would love to get to know you a bit better. Where are you from? Where'd you grow up? So yeah, I grew up in Michigan and you can always tell michiganders because we walk around like this, pointing at our hand, where we're from. So Detroit's down here. Chicago's down over here. This is Lake Michigan. You got to get technical. Here's the upper Peninsula as well. But I grew up over on that west side of the state. About midway up the palm and a couple of great areas, small towns, Holland, zeeland, and it is very unique. It's very entrepreneurial. Forward thinking, we're home to the three largest office furniture makers in the world. So I'm always curious when I'm on with screen like this, I'm trying to figure out who made your chair that you're sitting in. I'm sitting in an air on chair. So if anybody listens an air on fan, that's made in my hometown of Zealand. So that's where I grew up. That's awesome. And how did you get into politics? Was something you dreamed of growing up or were you looking at another career? Yeah, my dad was involved in city politics. He was on the city council for over 30 years, to be honest. I was going to outdo my dad. He was the vice mayor of the town of 6000, and I wanted to be mayor at some point. And I wanted to see if I could one up dad and become mayor of our little 6000 person town. Turns out I never became mayor, but I did serve as the state representative for the area and then now obviously in this position. But you know, interestingly enough, like a lot of families, my family had diverse political opinions. My mom grew up on the other side of the state in Flint, Michigan. And very traditional Irish Catholic family, my grandfather was part of the first original sit down strikes that helped create the united auto workers, the UAW. And dad was good Dutch Protestant who was very entrepreneurial kind of not rough or anything, but just got a serious minded on those things. So the Irish side of the family was way more fun, the weddings, everything was a lot more fun than that Dutch side. But the upshot was is they didn't always agree politically.

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"zeeland" Discussed on Wort zum Tag

Wort zum Tag

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"zeeland" Discussed on Wort zum Tag

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"zeeland" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

09:37 min | 1 year ago

"zeeland" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"Our story and learn more about the ranchers. Crime difference. Ranchers prime dot com Thank you. Brothers. Pictures presents Cry macho. They story of being lost and found as Clint Eastwood returns as Mike Milo, A one time rodeo star will then takes a job from an expose to bring the man's young son home from Mexico. The unlikely pair faces challenging journey. The only road home is through redemption that you'll be able to see it in theaters and on HBO, Max for 31 days, September The 17th rated PG 13 may be inappropriate for Kids under 13. Why? Why take a chance? Why risk a mistake? Why say something? We all have reasons. Why did choose to ignore the things that give us pause that seem out of place that don't feel right The word why can either paralyze us or empower us to stand up and protect what we love? So if you see something why did you say something? I see safe from my family. I see safe for my friends. I see. Say from my students we see say for each other. I see safe because all of this matters. We all have something worth protecting. Why that unifies this community where all a part of So protect your everyday report suspicious activity to local authorities. If you see something, say something Real Texas real talk talk radio 11 90. Hey, we are back at it on extreme jeans, America's family history show and extreme jeans dot com and his fisher here your radio route sleuth. And as you know, I love finding stories of people connecting to their ancestors. And the way they go about it is a little different from person to person. And Ray Weiss is on the line with me right now from Rockville, Maryland. Ray, can I reveal your age here? Because you're an amazing man. Certainly he is 80 years old and has taken a great interest in his seafaring ancestors. How much work have you done on this research? Ray? Oh, hours and hours from starting in 2002 and right up to as recently as yesterday. Wow! And how many seafaring ancestors do you have? And where are they from? Mostly. These are all on my mother's side of the family and are from Massachusetts and particularly New Bedford, Massachusetts, which is a former whaling capital of the U. S. And Nantucket. Okay, And how far back do you go with your seafarers? As the first one that I can verify was a captain and was actually wailing was 17 02. Okay? And who is that? His name was John Butler. One of the reasons that I got interested in this issue and That my middle name is Butler based on my mother's ancestry and the fact that she had an interest in this family name to think about this. Most of us will research our ancestors. Maybe take up an interest like this, But you ray have figured out all the different destinations. The seafaring ancestors went to And you've been visiting them, Which is amazing. How many years have you been visiting these seafarers destinations? As the first one was back in the early two thousands, and the most recent one was this past May and next week I am destined to go to New Zealand again and Steve the last three that I can define that you've identified validate. So you have researched these ancestors. How many seafaring ancestors you figure you have? Well, I've verified that 24 are at least quote Mariners quoted in some record and 19 of them were whalers, of which 16 where a whaler ship captains and these are either direct ancestors. Or brothers of a female direct ancestor. And so you did all this research and then you started keeping track of where all they went. And you obviously followed it all out on the map. And then when did you Get this incredible idea that I want to go to these places and see what they saw. The very first one that I started searching for was a great time. Three grandfather. By the name of Peter Butler and my mother had family records that Pierre Butler fell from the mast on a whaling ship and book quote every bone in his body inside. Okay. This was an interesting fact. And I said, I wonder what ship that was, and under what circumstances? So I said about validating that information and took me about five years of off and on work, But I finally found the ship's log. That recorded that information, and I have the exact date that happened. It was the 30th of July in 18 32 when the ship of which his son, Peter Butler Jr was the captain, and he was about 60 years old and apparently was along for the ride. In which up on the best in the Crow's nest, looking for whales near the island of how in the Azores when he slipped and fell and the large says He hit the deck and lived quote three hours. His son captain of that voyage, then took him to that island. And they buried him there. Oh, what a sad story. But did you go to that island? Oh, yes. I've been there twice and had to go again because I've found a new lead that might allow me to find a burial site. And both times I struck out they might have just buried him many almost convenient place for all I know. Sure, that's incredible. And where was this again? Sea Island of that's the island. And the town is Orta in Portuguese HRT A. Okay and that was a very favored whaling stuff for ships from New Bedford. That's incredible. That's incredible. Where else have you been? You mentioned you've been to 32 places at a 35. What were some of them are unique places You visited? Yes, the other three. I'll start visiting next weekend Who? Zeeland and warning Two of those Helander one in Australia. Okay, some very unusual places. Our trust in the KUNA, which is the most isolated, inhabited island in the world. It's 900 miles straight west of Cape Town, South Africa and the Atlantic Ocean. And there are about 270 inhabitants there, Okay. And did they have any history to share with you? Uh, no. But I have verification that one of the two direct ancestors. Male ancestors, not just a great uncle Times three or four. What have you stopped there? And the most recent direct ancestor who is a great grandfather, and he stopped there, too. Another one is a country that very few Americans have ever heard of. It's called Nauru. Today. You are you It's an island and South Pacific Ocean. That is an independent country all by itself. Remember the U N two? So how do you get to all these places? I'm assuming you're not a Mariner yourself. You're not sailing off around the world. Are you flying there? Yes, I did to Nauru. It's hard to get to, but I did. To trust in the cornea and another places ST Helena Island in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. The only way you can get there to both of them is by ship and These trips were on cruise ships that happened to stop at these islands. Wow. So you were able to plan it out and go. Okay. I'm going to take that particular cruise. Oh, yes, Absolutely. Now do you travel alone? Do you have somebody to go with you? My wife has gone with me on some of these trips, but she doesn't like to travel. So most of them have been by myself. Okay? What an incredible experience. So how often do you make a new discovery? Because you said you were researching as recently as yesterday. What else have you found? One thing that I've used to validate where the ships stop is the website jenny algae bank dot com Sure, which has newspaper articles. Yes, they do. The newspapers in New England used to keep detailed information about chip X one sailing on a whaling boards on.

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"zeeland" Discussed on Storytelling with Puck

Storytelling with Puck

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"zeeland" Discussed on Storytelling with Puck

"Oh pages not live yet. that i'm kind of gal. If you contact me. I can give people more information. I like her. I like your sizzling caught off. I feel like as well so it needs. You need to make some kind of audio ad for that and have you all sizzling hot off a lot to do like a Audience who thought about that. I'm going to do video but it's cyanide might. This is a box of wings getting bj off of this. But i think i could do something. Quite sort of tien shakes vam. Itt sales Off kind of. I like the Probably perfectly while which goes on alongside everything. We've been talking about today. Sweet but genuinely has been an absolute pleasure. Thank you for allowing me to rent by the way this is going to be all about you. And your podcast be intimate. But he's been such a fabulous could accomplish us up. Some people probably think. I wish they would this good thing. Now it's actually wait though off just yet because there is a story to come. Ooh which is why. You're tuned in in the first place and that story will be story from puck creations but for now once again today. Thank you so much at a few quite dated riddick me for adventure so as soon as i reached the small town of tens in zeeland adoptive my bags and stuff to to walk following the very clear directions towards the coast commonly provided to me by lady running the hostile reception. I ended up nowhere. Ne- the coast as we've all of these situations. I didn't really might tens has some beautiful back. Streets and houses. Locals are a treat to a lovely couple karen. Graham started chatting to me and once. I explained that i was visiting. There rarely visited tom as part of a much longer trip. They were happy to direct me to a walking trail. They even gave me an extra water to keep me going. Two and a half hours into my we'll hook and we have less legible views by mutt. Tiff expected i. The defy hit taken. Navan puff still. I was enjoying the adventure and it wasn't much longer before i came across a junction with a few signposts offering some less than attractive options. I could continue on the same slightly sleepy drill for four hours a back. Oh i could follow an alternative Off back towards tends to tendons sounded like a challenge to me. So i picked up the pace and started on my way. It didn't take long for me to doubt my decision puffs one obvious that will not so steep climbs dangerous jobs and natural barriers. In the way. I was almost done on my heels to go back the way i came when i reached one of the my beautiful views. I could possibly imagine like a kid in a sweep. The temptation was too strong. I had to see what else there was. What an adventure this became ducking and diving around trees navigate on my way for book not always successfully on jumping from rock to rock to pass rivers and streams. It wasn't this difficult. The occasional white paul and flat terrain. Even give me the opportunity to joke in. It'll but as soon as the puff narrowed again. I tread very carefully. Unfortunately treading carefully wasn't enough when i can close to death than i've ever been. The terrain had food me beneath my feet was what seem to be solid ground but in fact it was just a pile of fallen branches and leaves covering the nothingness below. I stepped fell with a reflex not usually associated with life. Is money's to grab onto. Overhanging tree above me was a narrow paul and some books below me also trump. Nobody could survive with nothing but adrenaline fuelling me. A pulled myself backup. It was all the more incredible. Because i had never before managed even one pull up. Go back on the path. And i started moving again as if nothing happened the way to the end of the trial which by the way i completed in less than two hours i felt great. That was no panic. Fear nothing it was old very strange. Become the evening sitting in the hostile lounge watching movies and reflecting on my adventurous day. Did it hit me. The female shudder even as i read this years later. My heart beats faster. Waltz could have been had been wishing for more adventurous day uncertainty. Got one still be careful what you wish for. You've just been listening to the story

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"zeeland" Discussed on Bald Move TV

Bald Move TV

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"zeeland" Discussed on Bald Move TV

"It's tough especially when like there's so much comic book stuff waie stuff. It's tends to be already. One cultural laundy Laundry machine like a lot of comic book plots or just dumbed down. Shakespeare shit sure you know and and the same thing with my kids cartoons my guy. The hero's journey. How many fucking times do we have to say that in a while. Oh because that's the thing it's like you know when you're dealing with leg babies first dramatic fiction. They don't know any they don't have any standing shows fucking blow their mind with the basic concept of the same way of blew my mind when i saw star wars. It's blow in your mind when you see hunger games or fucking right harry potter or whatever. Yeah yeah so. Do you see this stuff. All of man especially like it's really interesting to see. Biking is very specific. Genre of like ultra violent superhero. Shit like the boys influencing invincible. Which influences suicide squad. Which is influences. deadpool which is influencing like. It's really wild to see these things like hyper like Iterating through all these different leg action scenes and plot points and i. How do you motivate an anti hero or villain and they're all kind of coming up in the same. It's this weird like pop culture petri dish. Now where so much of the same kind of stuff is being made. Because you know. This shouldn't really happen. A twenty plus years ago right. It wasn't like well. Okay the hot thing. Right now is jaws and so like. They're going to be fifteen high budget blockbuster. Movies about sharks. There would be low budget Parana aura and like you nibble eater eight or invent anything new. It would just be like cash ins. This stuff is like they're doing a pretty high levels right. Everybody is feeding off. Everybody else is creating very fast turnaround of innovation in gaza. These these particular genres the are all about right now. It's like superheroes sci-fi is getting that way. The there's been a resurgence of that. Which i'm happy before. Oh yeah like it's it's wild out there. I'm seeing all the other stuff like kind of floundering. Nobody's making great prestige. Traumas right now. I mean they are but they're very few and far between compared to the so fragmented from where they were just a couple years ago and maybe that will like i think eventually al correct but like there's just so much like weird shit being made that i'm kind of delighted in and so many like talented show runners getting their third shot that building this huge stable of creative people. I think eventually I do i do. sometimes it. we're headed for like were just a couple of bad quarters of superhero dune movies away from like everyone out. People hate science fiction again Fuck get it off the air. But i'm really enjoying the shit out having like the expanse for all mankind about the starr foundation yet lake not jokes. Serious science fiction shit That stuff is just sliding amazing. Yeah can made again. All the stuff is so cool and not on the fantasy side. You got the lord of the rings common. You got Yeah i mean Was the other You got game of thrones coming back of the house so much cool shit. Billions of dollars being spent on it in I hope hollywood never thinks that like people are tired of science fiction and fantasy. There were only ever tired of the lazy cash ins can speaking cash ins. We gotta talk about amazon pulling out in zeeland. I wanna find a place to talk about that. 'cause guy does mother maybe otc. We'll have to do off the clock. Because you're right. I and i'm like my opening salvo in that. Argument is like so much of fandom is about goodwill and inspecting your ancestors even if you got paid lip service to the greats and like this is heresy. This is heresy to you. The lord of the rings fandom middle earth is new zealand. New zealand is middle earth shutdown. We'll talk about later. But yeah i'm with. Yeah if nothing else. The.

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"zeeland" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"zeeland" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"That. This is real and knew chemistry. All gherkins not realize that you're gonna find that's it only. Would you eat as our eating your knee. And then as you're saying is the realized these phytochemicals important ours flavor. Redocking how it's also the be chemicals in meet our news. They are finding that they have significant. Impact tall yes. Well so we wrote the review that you're talking about. I think we're stafford was able to really convince himself. An earlier papers was not Is granted neat during better for human environmental. Now we were making the point. Grasping rested is aggressive. That was keep were banned on the mixture of things in the night we were marshalling together. The evidence for matt monocrop rask fueled grass fed beef but is not the same as having a wide. Brian versi of plastic. That's right and we have the colleague in zeeland apple. Great iranians graduates are going after that. There's some amazing Involved in amazing currency. But a monoculture. You're going to.

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"zeeland" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"zeeland" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Setting. He went through second grade at Zeeland Christian School, and I asked him what what? What would have happened if you had stayed in a regular school setting? And he said, Mom, I would have been in juvenile detention before I was 14. And I believe him because he had so much energy. So much drive. And if you didn't channel that into something productive, he would make his own business and it wasn't always good. You guys grew up on it. He grew up on a farm hobby. Fire. Yeah, we have 10 acres and they raised four h animals. Um And he worked for a neighboring pig farmer. So I started working when he was 11th. Well on the farm. Yeah, he had, uh, There's a lot of stories about kids who grow up on farms and their work ethic. Yeah, when they're adults, he loved to work and he loved to work. And he was intense. But he was also, uh you don't think about this maybe special operations guys, but he also had a very tender side. Very tender side that would always look out for The underdog, and he would Protect like his sister. You know, they have great relationship with his sister, and he it was always Protecting her. Watching over her, and he's the oldest right here is the oldest. Yep, so there there's that protective side. I think that's just innate inside your DNA. Right? That's also part of what made him so angry with the World Trade Center attack Because there again it was the underdog. You know they were attacking civilians. In all the letters now that he's in the Marines in the back and forth letters, which is still how many people pen letters today we write emails. We text we call somebody we face time in this modern era we live in But there's still something intimate, beautiful and Memorable, nostalgic about a handwritten letter. What do you write to you back and forth when you guys were talking when they are in recruit training and Marine Corps. They do not have the opportunity to use tell we got two calls in 13 weeks. And that's it. They didn't have access to computers, telephones. Nothing. They take it all away. So, um, it was write letters are not communicate. I wrote a letter to him almost every day. And all he wanted to know about was what's happening at home. Just that every day, day to day stuff. He was painfully homesick. Um, just wanted to know. Uh and he wrote us. Maybe 33 times a week. I would gas And he just sent us what he's doing in training what things were concerning him. What things he was worried about as far as, um, different test that he would have to take or or do either physical or mental whatever. But he just He just wrote what he was doing. And as he got through training, and now you're entering the surreal world of combat. A lot of people will talk about that They notice a change or changes in someone's personality demeanor, communication. Did you see that from Daniel? Um, I would say he did change from what he was at home somewhat. He became more independent, especially throughout his first two deployments and his third deployment in 2000 and that, um, 2000 and seven He, um He went through some pretty intense combat and his attitude changed a little bit matured. Um He, um there was no glory and killing anymore. His first two deployments. He was pretty callous, Pretty young, immature. Just it was the adrenaline rush. Go in and do it and The third deployment kind of changed things he had gotten married. So he had a wife. Um, And so there were a lot of things that played into his maturing and just just growing just Becoming a little more grounded. I would say as far as, um His view of life and death. Did he talk to you about how combat was wearing on him? That the killing Carl between conversations you guys had whether it was calls or Emails or letters. Once he got past his training portion of his military career, he would. He talked me a few times about, um, like, Reuss said about that. About about the killing part because they don't send those guys to a calm area and you see a lot of combat and One of his, uh one big conversation that we had was. Well, we're Christians. And And, um He had a really hard time with, you know, it was the Muslims that that is fighting and he's in his, um, and he's killing them. And he says, You know, it's just a different viewpoint than what we as Christians had. And I said, You know, you just have to You. You have to know that there is not one person that dies. You're not. You're not sending someone here, someone there. It's God that's in charge of that. You're doing your job and your called By the government to do your job and he was doing his job. He was a very good at his job, and he loved his job. But he had some struggles there, but he got through that. And it was really, uh, an awesome thing as a dad. To see your son maturing. And Really becoming, Uh, Young man that Was really thinking about what he was doing and not just living willy nilly life. He had focused. He wasn't just gun Ho, and he's talked about got killed 40 guys this weekend, right? But that he was actually starting to have a conscience. Sweet. I don't think it out, right. We We did not He never any time he would ever tell us about the things that went on. It was never that gung ho. All that gunk whole thing. It was, uh, calm conversation about what his job was. And what was his job in the Marines. Killing people. He was a sniper. He was a sniper. Yeah. Uh, they they they would go out. Um, a lot of the times with 45 fiber. My man. Teams of snipers, not not just of snipers. Um, he was a sniper, but the other guys were, too but they would go out on missions and they would give them they gave him a mission to do. Um Sometimes it was reconnaissance. Sometimes it was going in to, um, take out some bad guys where they knew the bad guys were, and they they gave him a job to do, And they did their own mission. Planning five guys, right pretty much out on their own right. Drop them in either out of the sky or With a helicopter, you know, insertion in the middle of the night with their night vision goggles, and they would go in and and do their job. And they were and they all had each other's back, and they That's a tough job. It is the version the Marine version of the seals, Right, Right would be, you know, maybe Rangers in the Army, right? Green Rays, right? Hey, you know you haven't heard a lot about the Marine Raiders and on the stealth units and what they do, and when they go in As he's maturing as he's talking about, uh, being in combat on these missions. Um Did he ever discuss his mortality? Was that a conversation? Oh, yeah. You both of you had with Ted. Uh, he would say that. You know, you don't live real long, um, doing what I do..

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"zeeland" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"zeeland" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

"Now before becoming an agent you had a career in legal consulting and commerce so tell us a little bit about that and how you ended up in the real estate industry to begin with i studied in new zealand. I studied law in zeeland and i was a bit tired of the fishbowl existence in new zealand. Even though i love the vice my best friends of their. I decided to come to charlie ed. I was working on a project in the government in lowell where implementing new policies strategies around environmental planning. It's over exciting stuff. Sam list very interested in about that stuff. But i sort of fell into technology illegal consulting in tim's automated decisions and sort of went onto a path of consulting for different companies Fox a got to a stage. I was traveling five days a week. I was in distinct. And when i had my first child i said look i. Something's gotta give always selling a few times. And i really like the look of real estate and look rid easier to tom. Wright foss caused lawsuits lodge is but i said look. Let's let's give this guy. 'cause he ages that i doubt would i didn't have a very good experience with so it looks simple but once i got into it like this looks very very difficult. It's not as easy as it looks from the outside Because i was taking a break. From what i was doing and i gave myself three months and Seven years in. I have left since amazing. And so what lessons. Have you carried over from your previous career into real estate about relationships. I think that's what sets us apart from. Anyone else in business. I was in contracting model so i was looking. For the time. I was in divert. Three months project woman projects relationship-building. What what sort of islet in my previous role and it's always about giving something back to people and the more people you know the more networks you krige the business you're gonna get the more you're going to learn about what to do an industry so they relationship side is something that i it's it's out of my previous work

"zeeland" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"zeeland" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Certainly, Peter, you know we're reading the survey of approximate 2000 tripled customers in April of this year and learned that you know 97% are planning a trip in 2021, with the top reason being a vacation. And you know when we look at PS days, you know record airport screening. Both certainly are surprising to us based on the survey because more than half of respondents That they'd be ready to fly domestically by June, and one third of the travelers are planning to take a trip. They had to reschedule due to the pandemic and of those 8%, you know, plan to sail away on a reschedule cruise. Right. And then one of the other findings I thought was interesting is that 97%, you know, are trying to figure out how to cash in those vouchers. Those those like We talked about that earlier than the show with both senators from Connecticut and Massachusetts who've been writing the CEOs of the airlines saying that please refund their money. Mm. Because a lot of those vouchers is a limit to how long you can plan to catch him in because they have expiration dates. Absolutely. That's certainly something we're staying out. Well, you know in the marketplace is well in terms of how important it is to track and re utilize. You know, all those airline credits were for last year when comparables canceled trips. And do you see any transistor where they're going? You know, we actually did eight in a survey in regards to um you know, this survey specifically looked at, you know, domestic, You know, travel. And certainly domestically in the US on one of our previous surveys as well, we did this year. You know the top destinations within the U. S. Or Hawaii, Florida, You know, Arizona, Colorado and California. Um, you know, for for international destination, Certainly people's bucket list or, you know, Europe, Asia, Africa and, you know Australian Zeeland. And of the top destinations in Europe. Really? It's Italy, Greece, France, Spain and that Scotland. So no, the usual suspects. Absolutely right. Correct. They are the usual suspects. And then comes the gray area and the gray area, which is really, you know, put into the spotlight again. This week is vaccination versus no vaccination on by where that limits you or whether you're not going to go in all or whether you believe in it. What did you say they find on that? You know, there's certainly a lot of lots of factors on go out question. The vaccine rollout has been a driving force for many people wanting to travel. You know, our survey showed that 57% of travelers you no need to be personally vaccinated to feel comfortable flying. Which which outranks the 37% of travelers who need herd immunity to feel comfortable, And we also learned that 68% of vaccinated respondent. I have already booked a trip since getting their shot or plan to do so soon. Well, that tells you everything you need to know people were ready to go. Absolutely no without question. Yeah, I think for so long, you know, Peter be expected to say that you know, we've been zoomed in for so long that many of us want to zoom out, You know, part of the prime Well, I have. I have a personal survey that I'll share with you. And that is as we begin to travel again, and we stopped doing many of those zoom calls. If I were going to speculate on the buying commodities on the stock market, I'd be buying pants futures. Because people gonna get up and go away the minute I have to wear pants now, and they won't be able to fit into the pants They already had. Because they've gained so much weight sitting home on the zoom calls. They're gonna have to get a new wardrobe. I'm telling you. I mean, I have no insider information here, but it's an obvious choice. Here. We're gonna go get pants. That's a serving you didn't You didn't do that survey, Ralph. But I did that survey its pants. Well, thank goodness this is a no voice only, uh, podcast. Quite honestly, Rounds Go look a thought Leader of conquer And of course trip it. Thanks for sharing the survey results with us. And in the meantime, Ralph, be honest. Now go get some pants, okay? Absolute. There will be. No, thank you so much, Peter. Alright. Thanks, Ralph. Back with your calls and your e mails right after this..

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"zeeland" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"zeeland" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"Good in my bar menu. Very honest. His wedding manual. Yeah. Good morning. Good morning. Time is from Mother's Day. What a lot of toss. You got mothers their suggestions back, don't you? I do. I do. Yes. You're right. Or if you had a parent father That was really good on the barbecue years ago, when the kids were growing up. Why all the sausages tent burned away. But you said them to him anyway. Didn't you asking for a toaster? Better? A little bit burn anyway, better a little bit Good. The source in about it wrong. Perfect. Yeah, Exactly. Just wrap it all up and possibly on. Yes, the cheese on toast as well was always a little bit Glad tastes better. A bit crispy. I think so. And on the rare occasions that we went camping Marshmallows over the open fire, or you got a little bit more bench? Yes, Better bird. Yes, I think so. I do two fish fingers caress the brown bits s. I think so, although that would actually be an anathema to you fish fingers unless there were real fish fingers like a goddess. So when There's talk that What types Good that spread. You can't get past Crane do like I should talk Made to be burned. Yes, absolutely Tasty, yet Very tasty. Now, Chris, why don't you send me some of that for Mother's Day? No, the timer for my first timer. So what if he was there in season for Mother's Day? Should someone want to spoil their mother like by bringing her something fresh and sea foodie? You could make a really nice simple platter with just six oysters. 12 knights pawns on before nice slices of smoked salmon with a nice Rose ain't And you would put a small on a month. Spice often would doesn't fight much, much with the proper people. Yeah, And if if there was more poeple to be celebrating that day with Mom, you get out of your more points of oysters. You could add a couple of bugs, maybe some smoked mussels. Some whiskey cured salmon, which I think taste better than smoke. Seven marinated octopus, little job caviar. It's endless. There are so many things that the fish shops around Melbourne would have in stock. And they would have lots and lots of great ideas have had a creative, simple, nice planet. And it wouldn't customer that one of them described the first one. I don't think of the cost even 50 bucks. Really? Yeah, any of you have to share with anybody else. So can you eat it all yourself? You can't know yourself if you're dying. Yeah, just like a birthday your day. It's your day. And even if you're not a mother and you want to celebrate someone else's mother, you could do it like that for yourself anyway. That's a great see exactly what else swim by. Lot of leaded came to market hell of a lot of fled. I mean track like this week, and I think the market was begging for the women of crack up so the fishermen could stop catching flak because I really Still, the market in the process started dropping a bit. We saw really nice quality yellowfin tuna, but we also saw Blue thing. China's well. That was small fish, but there were a hard quality. Very good quality. How polka from you. Zeeland and Blue. I also from Adam, best right snapper locals and from seven straight a really large step out bag. It was actually know this. The large snapper would have been local. There's a seven strings snapper season is closed and there the New Zealand we saw a lot of plates size snapper. King George Warning Level Large, great quality Gofish from Flinders Arlon large, beautiful gofish. If you like. You got fish. This is the time that you like, catch playing on them. Fresh planned A came to market yellow child kingfish small fish around the killer mark, If if you want to try some of that the oysters I've got to say with this consistent cooler weather that we're experienced, experiencing. With the Santa straining Ortez money and they're very good, and we talked about last week. I think we mentioned from ST Helens the oysters in one particular part when you said they look to be funny, yes. Remember how we had that heavy rain fooling? Use half wiles that affected the Sydney road courses and that Chinese did color and but look appetizing, but by Thais Normal that they doesn't alter the color they five of the oyster. Just the show color from being white is taken on the same color as the meeting. It's almost gone like a brownie green color, which doesn't look appealing and get a discount for that nice if we could do that, Yeah. I don't think the farmers would be impressed, but That's the main the main thing that made the change all that heavy rain didn't agree with oysters in that region of New South Wales. Well, that sounds like a very, very, very full report. The Freddy is a good price. There are lots of them on market. Lots of, say, food. Should you wish to church spoil someone with the pleasure? And the oysters looks funny everywhere. The Sydney Rock wasn't oysters. Okay, good to talk menu, or, you know, someone sent a little text message saying The sausages. Just turn off the Uh, it says, Let me come across on eight. Burnt toast and sausage is cut off the really burned bits. So there you go there with us. Damn good. Georgia scholar was coming up very shortly. She'll talk to you next. Virginia tree, Ali. Do we describe that there is a high level of aggression from the parent body towards schools they can be, and that's when it's fantastic to have a principal office with two doors. No joke. 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"zeeland" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"zeeland" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Into the deadly riot that took place in the capital. Investigations already were planned, with Senate hearing scheduled later this month in the Senate Rules Committee. Snowstorm in North Texas is something that National Weather Service meteorologist Mark Shin Art says is not that common for defecting to the forecast and Dallas would be a top 10. No event looking. Historically, another round of storm is approaching from the southwest towards the Northeast, and DFW is going to get hit again. Overnight Temperatures windshields could be down, minus 20. Cunard says. By Monday night into Tuesday, the Northeast is going to see the same weather system that's hit the rest of the country. If he will be rain. New York City will be mostly rain, although they may there may be some sleet and freezing rain for appeared at the beginning. In Boston will be predominantly rain with some sleet and freezing rain Nixon as well. So the more significant winter weather with this system we more central and northern New England, so central northern New York, New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine. That's where we'll see the more significant snowfall in the Northwest. Some 200,000 people in the Portland, Oregon area without power because of the storm there. News and analysis at town hall dot com. Meanwhile, relief Thank you is so successful in lowering or eliminating pain. I'm often asked that question beaten Chef Talbot, the father and son, founders of really Factor tell me they believe our bodies were designed to heal. That's right, designed to heal on Now, I agree. The doctors who formulated really factor for Pete and self selected the four best ingredients 100% drug free ingredients that each help your body deal with inflammation. That's correct each other four ingredients deal with inflammation on a different metabolic. Pathway that right they're approaching your pain from four different angles may very well be. Why so many Americans find such wonderful pain relief If you have back pain, shoulder, neck, hip, knee or foot pain from exercise, or even just getting older, you must order the three week quick start now discounted the only 1995 to see if it will work for you, too. I think it could give your body what it needs to heal itself. Gotta really factor dot com Call 805 183 84 early factor dot com. New Zealand's largest city of Auckland, will be placed in a three day lockdown, beginning just before midnight Sunday following the discovery of three unexplained coronavirus cases in the community. Prime minister just sender are, Dern said the new restrictions are being put in place to deter any more new cases. I'm asking you, Zeeland is to continue to be strong and be kind..

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"zeeland" Discussed on El DebsApp de Oye Deb

El DebsApp de Oye Deb

08:22 min | 2 years ago

"zeeland" Discussed on El DebsApp de Oye Deb

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"zeeland" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"zeeland" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Sworn in as jurors tomorrow. Single article of Impeachment charges Trump with incitement of insurrection after the attack on the capital earlier this month, the Senate will begin its trial February 8th in order to give Trump and his legal team time to prepare its defense. Democratic Senator Bob Menendez called on Republicans to convict Trump. The question is, Do you hold your oath to the Constitution higher than your fealty to President Trump? Some Republicans already questioning the legality of the Senate trial, given the Trump is no longer president. Marker Malard ABC News These walls could talk and they're starting to revelations continue from inside. The West Wing doctor, Deborah Burkes has now speaking out about her time on the coronavirus task force under former President Trump. Dr Burke says Getting the message out about this deadly pandemic was a challenge, especially because people in the White House and I think people around this country because I've had the privilege to meet them definitely believed that This was a hoax. She would urge Americans to wear masks but says you didn't see many in the White House. There were only two people who regularly wore a mask in the White House and President Trump wasn't one of them. But you have to figure out how to get that message out. When you can't get it out from the head of the country's a Zeeland, CBS News turn locally is growing that Massachusetts is falling behind other states in the rate of covert vaccinations and fears are growing that The state might not be ready to expand the eligibility list. Minority neighborhoods, especially feeling left behind and they're speaking off breaks My heart Deanie Pelley know of the Chelsea nonprofit lock, elaborate, Eva says. Once again, black and Brown. People find themselves at the back of the line, she says. They don't want the vaccine for the fun of it. They want it so they can get back to work safely there. Nah village of Chelsea invested and now we see From 7002 $16,000 in background or full lines still is over 1000 people for days, and she has one simple question for Governor Baker. If you really want to protect all residents on all of us are equal. Why do you place Corbett centers in what communities on Forget about a place like Chelsea? Suzanne Somers Will WBC Boston's news radio, the nation's top infectious disease, experts say there Very concerned about a new strain of coronavirus, which was first detected in the United Kingdom. Some local doctors suggest one mask may not be enough more from WBZ TV Stephanie Chang, Dr Paul Sacks heads Brigham and Women's Hospitals Infectious Diseases division and says, since this strain is easier to catch The quality of your face mask is even more important. I do think that if people are now wearing a thin cloth masks they should try and where two masks rather than one. Dr Sachs says surgical masks like the N 90 five's or more effective against the mutant strain. But the best defense against the virus is the vaccine. The sooner we could get the population vaccinated. The better and many people we spoke with are more than eager for a dose. I know. Yeah, I mean for the vaccine and the nation's top instead. Anxious disease. Dr Anthony Fauci says the Moderna and finds her vaccines seem to be protective against the UK variant 6 49 clear skies just ahead of sunrise in Boston, a very cold 20 degrees as you walk out the door more than 20,000 teachers in Chicago say they are not going to report to work today a weekend vote to defy orders from the city to return to the classroom. Over covert health and safety concerns and school officials end up blinking after warning teachers that failure to show up inside schools today would be considered a move of a strike. Authorities say they'll delay the in class mandate now until Wednesday in hopes of working something out for the nation's third largest school district. Criminal investigation is now underway in Gardner schools, police and school officials are keeping busy with this one. Saying violent and racist emails have been sent to some 5000 students and their families. The threats were sent through a vending system used by the schools and under the name of a student's. The investigation does continue proud day for the police department in Pelham, New Hampshire. NBC's Carl Stevens has more on two officers honored for their life saving efforts. The latest poll on Board of Selectmen meeting was a special one for the fellow Police Department have the privilege of bestowing to lifesaver awards to two great police officers. Awards were presented to Officer Michael Symes and Corporal Michael Casus Key early Christmas morning. They responded to a double stabbing and saved a man's life. The mail had stabbed multiple had been stabbed multiple times and.

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"zeeland" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"zeeland" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Institute. More at N. J i t dot com and Jay, I don't come Let's take a look here. The markets in Asia lazy start to trading today, just looking at the Nikkei trading up about 2/10 of a percent. The asx 200 down about 2/10 of a percent. Zeeland is fighting the cost. Speed is the one mover today with gains of about 18 points that 6/10 of 1%. South Korea's unemployment rate surged to an 11 year high in December 4.6% that was quite a bit higher than the survey estimate. 4.1%, the number of employed plunged at the fastest rate in two decades in South Korea. A lot of this down too stringent covert 19 curbs. That have really put a lot of pressure on businesses. Now some news you can use three listed companies in China San kwon or sent Sancho one Food Angel East An E. Kovacs Robotics. They may move today after the firm said that they expect 2020 earnings to rise by at least 50%. Dollars weaker it weekend 6/10 of a percent in U. S trading. If you look at the Bloomberg dollars spot index it down another 10th of a percent now and Treasury yields pulling back from a 10 month high of 1.18% in the U. S session. Now at 1.11% in Tokyo oil 53 46 a barrel gold 18 58 announce. Let's get two news with Ed Baxter in San Francisco head, Brian. All right, Brian. Thank you Coming back to you. In just a second here, Donald Trump says Impeachment is causing great anger in the U. S. He says, by the way, he has no danger from the 25th.

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"zeeland" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

05:59 min | 2 years ago

"zeeland" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"It's a show that focuses on doctor what you do. They are the institute. But it's also who you are. And I've learned this over a couple of years with you restoring health. Naturally, you're in You say the health care business versus the disease care business can explain that. Yeah. Yes, We were raised in the society where we consider health as being the absence of symptoms. And so our whole healthcare system is all about identifying and attacking, trying to get rid of things. The problem with it is this with chronic illnesses and chronic disease syndromes quite often, they can get rid of it. It becomes more of a containment approach. And, thankfully so I mean, let's let's take Morgan, get But it doesn't doesn't correct the underlying cause. No health care is a different story. It's really not about a diet, identifying, labeling and attacking. It's all about looking at control systems within the body. What's working what's not working? Why is it not working? What will change if we get it? Working? So not since I've become impatient with you. I've met. I got its think probably had a casual basis. 30 people in the welcome center. They are the institute where I get the free water. You always have the high a high class of water from the Zeeland. I've also met people heard the radio station was recorded. As with them. There's a commonality that I find that people go in for one core issue that Michael and safer fibromyalgia in the case. My case I wanted for joint pain with the commonality is other symptoms. Start to go away right? Like my joint pain went away when you worked with me really gentle, noninvasive care. But then I realized my headaches were gone and I didn't have Siad Icka. So I can explain that dynamic because I think that that is maybe even makes people feel a little skeptical that wait one treatment that all those things. Well, that's the core of our health care approach. Health care approach is not about eliminating this or eliminating that But about getting that body to function in a much higher level at a much better level on and in so doing than many other things that you perhaps want, aware of all you will wear that they weren't working as well as they did 10 years ago. Suddenly they start kicking in. They stopped working, stopped sleeping better. You have more energy on that's different for each person. Each person has their own story on that. It's the institute doctor are the You shared something with me about our spot? Of course. He shared something with me. That's just made it remarkable for me When I think about what you do If I were to say to you is hard to skip every third word in a sentence. It's gobbledygook. It doesn't make any sense to anybody. You can't communicate that way. And I couldn understood that our bodies, our brains can somehow be impacted in being able to send healing signals. You explain that so much better than I do, because you're actually a doctor, and I'm not so you can you talk about that? Well, the body's default setting is to heal itself. It really wants to heal itself. It's trying to heal itself. So if you're searching for health or solution to a problem, it's simply a matter of finding out why it's not happening. Why it's not occurring. Now you'll find that the brain and the body are connected. There's a brain body connection. And it creates systems that control and coordinate and enable them facilitate the body to heal. And in fact, that happens thousands of times every day in our lives. We're not even worried about it until one minor or maybe not so mine instance. It doesn't work anymore. It doesn't seem to be happening, and that's where our concern gets. That's what we start focusing on. But the truth of it is where what we do is tapping into a system that's working just fine most of our lives and for most parts of how day it's just this short times that it doesn't that we start having problems. I've explained it to people saying what happens if the brain body connection is severed? It's really really bad news, right? But if it's impacted, it's not. It's not great, either. So I guess when people get focusing a symptom, I guess I hear you saying that doctors sometimes people who are in the disease care business, you come in, and you've got sad a car or acid reflux. So that's OK. Well, let's fix the acid reflux. Correct. Now, this set sometimes take on the characteristics of buffering the symptoms or kind of are making it so that you don't feel the symptoms is that sort of disease care as well? Well, often it is. It's like, you know, take a painkiller because you got a pain. What's the painkiller to it doesn't fix the cause of the pain. Pain is the body's way of saying, Hey, Something's not right. We're looking for help here and you cut the signal off so you don't feel it anymore. That's somewhat. The same is as turning the fire alarm off when it goes off rather than putting the fire out. You see and example used acid reflux. I mean, there are many modalities that have been developed to try and deal with acid reflux. But while they give temporary relief, they don't generally give long term correction, right. And so I want to explain. This is a princess and the pea syndrome right that you the book, The Princess and the pea. Forgot who the princess is by Who can feel the pea under a stack of mattresses s O the medicine and the surgeries that's just kind of stacking mattresses, sometimes, right? Okay, Still there it is eventually gonna bug you Exactly Look, drugs and surgery safe lives. At times. We need it. But it's probably not the first thing that you want to go to. And in the end the vast majority the patients I see coming into my office with a last resort. They've tried everything else, and it doesn't work and it kind of okay. We'll give you a shot at it, you know, and I've even had those come in. I mean, I've had spouses very recently bring the wife and the spouse wanted them to do what we did. And she just She tried so many things that have failed so much. She didn't want to do it. Somehow. He got her to try us. She's doing much better now. Yeah, that changed a complete turnaround or attitude. Yeah, I've I've encountered that a lot of people wait to that last second, so don't mean get in. If you tried to the things of pills in the surgery, stop, right go get to the core, the brain body connection. Yes, Look, I've been a patient of Dr Yardley's for years and my side It is gone. My joint pains gone. Let's get these headaches. They're gone. I don't get him anymore. But don't wait. Find.

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"zeeland" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

07:16 min | 2 years ago

"zeeland" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"He was killed July 29th 2000 and 12 in Afghanistan. What type of kid was he? A Z grew into a young man. And then that day When you said goodbye, and he joined the military. What made him special? Hey, was always extremely strong willed, very difficult to deal with. He would argue about anything, Hey, would argue about the color of the sky, Very independent, very independent. Was thankful for the opportunity to home school him. I I asked him one time after he was in the Marines, his probably in two or three years, and I said, So. What would have happened to you? Did you stayed in a regular school setting? He went through second grade at Zeeland Christian school, and I asked him what What? What would have happened if you had stayed in a regular school setting? And he said, Mom, I would have been in juvenile detention before I was 14. And I believe him because he had so much energy. So much drive. And if you didn't channel that into something productive, he would make his own business and it wasn't always good guys. Groban. He grew up on a farm hobby. Fire. Yeah, we have 10 acres and they raised for H animals. Many worked for a neighboring pig farmer. So I started working. And when he was the 11th Well on the farm. Yeah, he had. There's a lot of stories about kids who grow up on farms and their work ethic. When they're adults. He loved to work and he loved to work. And he was intense, but he was also you don't think about this may be a special operations guys, but he also had a very tender side. Very tender side that would always look out for The underdog, and he would Attacked like his sister, You know, they had great relationship with his sister, and he was always Protecting her. Watching over her, and he's the oldest, right? Yes, Hell, let's help s Oh, there. There's that protective side. I think that's just innate inside. You'd know right. That's also part of what made him so angry with the World Trade Center attack. Because there again it was the underdog. You know they were attacking civilians. And all the letters now that he's in the Marines and the back and forth letters, which is still how many people pen letters today we write emails. We text we call somebody we face time in this modern era we live in But there's still something intimate, beautiful and Memorability nostalgic about a hand written letter. What do you write to you back and forth when you guys were talking when they are in recruit training in Marine Corps, they do not have the opportunity to use Tell we got two calls in 13 weeks. On DATs it they didn't have access to computers, telephones. Nothing. They take it all away, So it was write letters or not communicate. I wrote a letter to him almost every day. On doll he wanted to know about was what's happening at home. Just the every day, day to day stuff. He was painfully homesick. Just wanted to know. And he wrote us. Maybe 33 times a week. I would guess. On. Dhere just sent us what he's doing in training what things were concerning him What things he was worried about as far as different test that he would have to take or or do, um, either physical or mental, whatever. But he just He just wrote what he was doing. And as he got through training, and now you're entering the surreal world of combat. A lot of people will talk about that They notice a change or changes and someone's personality demeanor, communication. Did you see that from Daniel? Um, I would say he did change from what he was at home somewhat. He became more independent, especially throughout his first two deployments on his third deployment in, um 2000 and Dad, Um 2000 and seven. He, um He went through some pretty intense combat and his attitude changed a little bit matured. Um, he, um there was no glory and killing anymore. This first two deployments. He was pretty callous, Pretty young, immature. Just it was the adrenaline rush. Go in and do it. And the third deployment kind of changed things he had gotten married. So he had a wife. Um, And so there were a lot of things that played into his maturing and just just growing just Becoming a little more grounded. I would say as far as, um His view of life and death. Did he talk to you about how combat was wearing on him? That the killing Carl between conversations, you guys had weather was calls or Females or letters. Once he got past his training portion of his military career, he would he He talked me a few times about like, Roose said about that. About about the killing part because they don't send those guys to a calm area and you see a lot of combat. And One of his one big conversation that we had was. Well, we're Christians. And and, um He had a really hard time with, you know, it was the Muslim set that is fighting and he's and he's um he's killing him. And he says, you know, It's just a different viewpoint than what we asked. Christians had. And I said, You know, you just have to You. You have to know that there is not one person that dies. You're not. You're not sending someone here. Someone there. It's God that's in charge of that. You're doing your job. You're called. By the government to do your job and he was doing his job. He was very good at his job, and he loved his job, but he had some struggles there, but he got through that. And it was really an awesome thing as a dad. To see your son maturing. And Really becoming. Young man that Was really thinking about what he was doing and not just living willy nilly life. He had focus. He wasn't just going home, and he's talking about God killed 40 guys this weekend, right? But that he was actually started have a conscience. We don't think it out right way did not we? He never any time he would ever tell us about the things that went on. It was never that dung hole that gong whole thing. It was, uh, calm conversation about what his job was. And what was his job in the Marines. Telling people there's a sniper. Well, it was a sniper. Yeah, they would go out. Ah, lot of the times with 455. My man teams of Sybers, not not just of snipers..

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