18 Burst results for "shalah"
"shalah" Discussed on Untangle
"Nature and to the Earth, and to the energies that are available, and there's names like Chee Imp- Prada in Kunda leany, but we all experience those energies at some point we really can, if we pay attention, feel those energies coming in through our body, and that's what really grounds us because when we're grounded into the earth much like they ground cables as theorist to keep them grounded when we're grounded into the earth, we're able to raise the fiber trae rate of the body. Body were able to increase the frequency of our own vibration so when we're able to do that, we're able to bring in more what I would call our soul, essence or divinity, and have more connection, not just to the earth, but to the cosmos, and in doing that again we activate more intrinsic wholeness, our innate goodness, our wisdom, and from that place we can set intentions right and I said earlier. Our energy follows our thoughts and our focus, so we can set intentions. For manifesting, but it's not about the outcome I mean. This is where people get tripped up. It's about setting an intention and letting go of the outcome, and then paying attention to how that intention is being responded to what showing up. What experiences are we having? What synchronicity synergies are showing up and it happens all the time, but again we're back to are we paying attention, and in order to pay attention? We have to quiet the mind and get in the body, and it unfolds it emerges. It's revealed maybe not the way we thought maybe not in the time we thought. But it does. And the challenges if we're not in our bodies, if we're not holding that vibrant Tory raids, 'cause we're energy. Right putting out. It's coming back. We're attracting if we're not doing that, then there the unconscious and subconscious. Programs that are operating sabotage it for lack of a better word. Can you clarify a little bit about when you're setting an intention and trying to manifest? You there's a lot of literature that says you need to be crystal. Clear on what you want that outcome to be a lot of people right? Yeah, you know this right, so what happens when you write out an intention that you'd like to manifest? And then you let go the outcome and you listen for what I guess you have this raisin something that you would written collective choice will determine the outcome. How does that work? If you write on an intention with an outcome than your focus on outcome, right? You're driving that outcome to appear and what happens is you're not paying attention to? All the beauty and opportunity and potential bet showing up, because you're singly focussed on an outcome and so your brain or your ego or limited intellect things it should be this way, and there's so much magic and mystery that is bringing all kinds of potential. That's beyond what you can even imagine, but you're not seeing it because you have this focus so with intention setting. How I teach it is you set an intention so I'm gonNA use one that I get a lot. Because this is important to people, they WANNA partner in their life, right? They WANNA partner. So you set the intention of wanting a partner in your life being open to having a partner in your life. If you don't know what that partner looks like, you don't have any list of qualifications. You just set the intention that you wanNA partner, and then you go into your body. and. You feel how you want to feel when you're without partner, so you're back in your body going if I had a partner, this is how I would want to feel. This is how I would want to experience life. This is how I want to experience the partnership. And, so it's really about how you want to be when you are in partnership, feeling that in your body, and then acting as if they're there, so you start being that way and experiencing life in that. With gratitude as if it has already happened. And when people do that partner Shalah when people have this list in this outcome, they don't so much show up. Yeah. It's so interesting to think about that. Because that deeper feeling is what is bringing it to you. That's as you say where the magic actually happens exactly, and that's one example. I mean you could do it with a what you want your work, the world or a study you WanNa, do or some kind of creative endeavour you want, you can do it with any bank, but it's really about being intentional, and then I do think needs to be clear, and then acting as if with gratitude, and really experiencing it in your body and trusting that. It is happening and then paying attention to what shows up because what shows up. Maybe beyond anything you could ever imagine, and for a lot of people say oh, my Gosh, my life is so much bigger and greater and more synchronous tickets energetic than I could have ever imagined because it unfolded emerged and I do WanNa. Make a comment about this because it's important to me. These qualities in the body of reciptivity emerging unfolding, receiving allowing those are unfortunately qualities that we attached to being feminine, so they're not always valued, and so this shift into valuing those and understanding those are part of the creation process and the human experience, and it isn't about being driven and making it happen in doing atten. That's much more of the masculine qualities, and we need those sometimes, but it's the Sacred Union of those things I say to people you set the intention you act as A. A few be in this way, but you also have to do the footwork I mean. If you're looking for a partner, you have to go on dates. She's not gonNA come. Knock at your door right so that masculine part of going out and doing it is also important, but I I think it's really important to understand that creating stays for the unfolding. The emerging is valuable, and we are pretty much conditioned not to have that space. We're suppose you out there and make it happen, right. So really want to clarify that they talk about the brain as the operating system, so if you're just using your brain and not all of these other energies, it's only part of the process, right. And I really find when we're embodied in operating from their life is much more graceful. There's more ease we can get more work done in less time there, synergy and synchronicity. It's quite awesome to observe.
"shalah" Discussed on View From the Penalty Box
"But we just what, hey, what are you doing just tried to scare the gut while he scared you run on the corner, but he came back with like six or seven guys, I we suddenly walked up to us and the Connor gotta surrounded in the parking lot. And they were cut a chirpiness, and I can fight and down. The guy's name was John Shalah. He knew how to fight and there was one other Fowler whose name won't mention you did not not quite in these formed a circle around us. So Larry nag got back to back vigor. We're going to have to fight her way out of this thing and aimed the cap pulled up and the other fellow. He was so frayed he grow through those guys jumped into cabin locked doors. And so there's just Larry, and I excuse me, John, and I left to fight these, you know, five six guys would ever and as a work out these guys. Just tripped us in the allowed us to get into the Kappa. I always remember that with Indianapolis do. But overall again, it was a I like the city 'cause I met some really nice people there, and I've never been back. But I would sure love to go back on. So we have a question from Steven. And he writes, I would like to know your opinion on the hurricanes celebration after home victory as a hurricane spam? I third thoroughly enjoy seeing the player celebrate with the fans I see them less as millionaires that don't care whether they win or lose in more as a team that is working hard to succeed in our having fun. Thank you. He s your honesty is very rushing speak. Good honesty. I gotta say when you move in Canada does matter that you're Tronto or Calgary Abbott avec Hoover. You'll get to see whatever games are shown on TV all the two games, whoever they play on the road that's show. And so I haven't seen the hurricanes at all are minimal this year. And to talk about how they celebrate. I can only imagine what to do. But I mean, if if you're saying positive things about it about the way, the celebrate I can honestly say players, they loved their fancy appreciated, even if your trip in and you're upset Adam cause losing, you know, you pay your money, they know that and and it comes with the territory, but if these players are interacting in a positive way with the fans with the young children there, that's the most important thing. Then they're representing the game off you very well. And my hat's off to the hurricanes players, and I'm sure the management encourages it. So keeping up guys you represent. Us in the game occupancy. Well. And I'm going to interject ask apple my own question. So I know today you have you found a letter from thank shin seventy six or nineteen seventy seven where you were told that you would be joining the W H A all-star teams posted that Twitter. So if anyone wants to see that take a look, but I wanted to ask you since I it's the all star weekend what it felt like to join or to play in the all-star game. And did you expect it and how did it turn out? I think you've you are somebody with a lot more ability than I had you might expect to be on your Surtees every year for myself. I was never even in junior for me. I never worried if there was scouts at the game. I just tried to do my best every single game. I did need truly not very often about even get drafted. I wanted to do the best they can and so made Yasser team might third year in the world. So the first year and the second year I played for guiding sandy Hawkal I've mentioned before he was a one of my fans said he told me before the season even started even at training camp. The first year that he's been a try to send me down. I don't really know what I did get him to feel that way about me. So the first year playing minimal I've got nine goals and eighteen assists. The next year plan minimal. I got eighteen goals. And I don't remember how many assists the next year. I with the to Houston arrows, that's when I played with Gordie Howe and Martin Marty and some of the other great occupiers, and.
"shalah" Discussed on The Dog Show with Nick and Joe
"But man, we've we've put out some pretty quality videos in the last few weeks when I say, we I mean, the company and like I'm blown away man. Like, I I really am like at the not just the the production and all that just the quality of the dog training. Like, that's one thing that I will never let somebody take from this company as these trainers put in the fucking time. And there's no doubt about it. I have seen it. And I've done it. And it shows the videos there's no smoke and mirrors shorts measurement. It's a measurement just because we're editing. Doesn't mean we're editing the content, right, we're editing. The transitions in the titles and the quality of the video the content is still the same in in order to get those dogs from zero to hero in fourteen days. There is no secret. Now sept- turn. Yeah. That's it. You can't you can't as I always say you can't fake the dog awfully shielding in Times Square New York on the weekend. They either can do it or they can't and all the camera quip -ment and all the production netting in the world. Can't make that. Good to the dogs have to be that you have the opportunity to pull out the cameras in and be distracted while taking these videos and your dogs are just holding their spots Manning's credible. It's awesome for sure. So yeah, I've raised our previous to new standard of not only. It's still the same standard of the dogs incredible distractions absurd stuff. But now imagine the best most impressive dog training videos with distractions. But like im- night Shalah Mun produced a shot by Michael bay. Yeah. That's kind of what we're not that. Good. We'll be. You know, it's you know, it's like I always say it's like will. I will my videos ever look like Steven Spielberg. Did it will probably not. But I can all I can keep striving for that. So what what the videos that you see now, I just posted one of the comments below check it out videos, you see now and a year from now my goal is to make those videos look like crap like the videos now that everyone's like holy shit. Those crazy those impressive best videos. I've ever seen the world of dog training in a year from now I wanna be like Joe remember when we felt as videos were great and not you know, what I mean. And now we laugh at them like that's my goal. So I may never be like a Steven Spielberg. But I can try to be in. It's fun. Yeah. It's a lot of fun to do it..
"shalah" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk
"Steve older, brother. So that was a really strong trilogy for me. Same with John C Reilly in the sisters brothers. Holly record the record Ralph sequel. He's so good in sisters brothers. Yeah. He's great and standing Ali to I think he got a nomination, Pat, golden glove Globes. Put. Yeah. Michael, Jordan, Berlin, J, Jillian hall had had a decent year. Maybe I'm just finding excuses to bring up Jake Jilin hall who was in wildlife wildlife is the one that I'm not I know I know that. that sisters brothers exactly those two. So there was a lot Jason Reitman put out two good movies this year between telly and the front runner serve credit for that. They just had nobody went to see them. Yeah. They may be gross like fifteen million dollars between them. So that was a good year for Jason Reitman. I feel like you just really nailed it with Lucas hedges, though, he had a tremendous is having one heck of a year. And it's only gonna continue for he's him and Timothy Shalah may feel like are just some of the best of the best and their generation, and they are going to take LeBron Durant. They're gonna push each other to the next level. Have they been? Yeah, they were in L lady. But but then didn't really get to act with each other. Right. Do they even? Parts for years. I don't wanna see them battle. I wanna see them headline a movie together come on. No. All right. We have another question here. This is an Email from Eljay Nordvik who writes, greetings, clever people. I think you're giving us too much credit. What would be your pick for best product placement in a movie for twenty eighteen you can make the criteria? Whatever you want the most, discreet, the most appropriate. The most humor mitt humorous the most peculiar at cetera. My choice would be the Lexus LC five hundred and Black Panther that car looks and sounds so much like a big powerful wildcat. You would think it had been designed for that movie. My best which is for the new year. So tough question. L J. I'm not gonna lie. Maybe I just don't pay attention to it that much or maybe I don't consider a product placement. Some of these things, but I went down the list of movies. I've seen nothing really really stood out. I mean besides KFC being all over green book, but that's not really product placement. Because it's like part of the story. You know, what I mean it smells like you can just pay to get your brand in there. Actually, speaking of good product placement in green room, and again Eljay said we can Betty roles a little what did I say? Oh my God. A key. Always does that. It's because I love that big wants to be talking about green remote time little bit. But I do love green book in green book, you know, when he goes to that that one the one stand alongside the highway and he picks up the rock. I mean, just have you ever gone to one of those stands and bought a stupid, Little Rock stone gem. No I vividly, remember, especially. You know, when when when I was in sleep away camp, and we used to go on road trip clings to upstate New York. There was always like crappy little convenience stores, and they sold stupid things. Like rocks and that moment just brought me right back to that. And how when you were younger especially having like a little colored rock actually meant something. And then they make it mean something in the movie, and then I wanted a color Brock. Okay. There's probably plays. Well, I so. Yeah..
"shalah" Discussed on What We Said
"If you're not gonna be a better example or be someone who I feel safe around than than. No, yeah. No perfect sense. Yeah. But I was thinking of the movie beautiful. Have you this out? Okay. If you don't know Steve Carell and Timothy Shalah may and it is so good. And it's so sad. But. It's about a boy who a son adad who the sun is struggling with addiction to drugs, like heavy drugs like heroin, meth and all that stuff. And it's the best movie. I fault go watch it. But. It reminds me of that. Because at one point he tried so many times to bring him back to bring his son back in be accepting and try and do the right thing, but he had little kids. And at one point it just got too much where he's like, I love you so much, but no I'm not going to bring you back into my house again like I'm sorry. It's like homeless now. But yeah, I might you You had. had cut it out. Yeah. Makes sense. And it's so sad for the it's more sad for the person. Because the other person's so used to you using you write that all of a sudden is huge shock like week. You're not gonna take me again. Yeah. And the breaks the person's heart the parent or the sibling or the friend. But that's the best thing that you could possibly do for them in in some circumstances. Yeah. Yeah. It makes sense. So my mom said it is not good for your mental health. So you do what you have to be in a relationship with someone toxic..
No One Will Host The Oscars, Nice Try
"It's recess. Have. You busted out your holiday scarf yet. Is it wintery and cheerful yet dignified in the way of scart should be good. You look amazing. We all do scars for everyone. Speaking of everybody scarf now. It's time for the entertainment news, or as I like to call it your recess from the real news here, we go. It's December the season of New Year's resolutions. And it seems that a popular resolution with celebrities. This year is to never ever host the Oscars ever again. That's right. The twenty nine hundred Oscars happen in February. And they do not have a host yet. Why you ask because nobody feels like doing it Jimmy Kimmel Ellen Degeneres. Jerry Seinfeld, Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, the rock and Oprah have all said, no, thanks. The other late night host won't get the job because they work for competing networks strategy and the job is just not as appealing since Oscar ratings have dropped steeply every year as of late plus ABC's still wants a very recognizable host who is popular and will please everyone so tune into the Oscars that'd be wary nineteenth hosted by tuxedo stuffed with Amazon. Alexa 's this is. Last. I'm going to say about this wedding because they are hitting the media a little hard. And honestly enough is enough. But Priyanka Chopra got married wearing an extremely long veil. Like imagine the biggest veil you can conceive of. And then triple that that is what she wore on her head to marry Nick Jonas. So our veils the new wackadoo wedding status symbol now. If so I look forward to KENDALL Jenner getting married in a veil that doubles as a reception tent Timothy Challe who is arguably the most sought after and fawned over actor of the moment admitted in an interview that he cried after seeing the film interstellar because he thought his part would be bigger. I love it. When people tell their cries stories, and I will never ever cry. Shame anyone. But I think it's a little bit easier for Timothy Shalah may to talk publicly about crying since people literally pay to see his tears I've done it before. And I'll do it again. Those are quality tears. Teach keep up the good sad. The good place has been renewed for a fourth season on NBC, the good places a show. I really enjoy. It takes us on a twisty turny journey, and I like that I don't know where it's going to go not like with other sitcoms where it's like, oh, I wonder if this group is going to stay friends not to name names, but you know, a popular show about a quirky group of friends trying to navigate their lives. But they'll be there for you. I'll just go ahead and say it law and order SVU between two ferns the delightfully absurd. Funnier die Photokina show hosted by a knack is getting made into a movie by you guessed it net. Flicks. Everything is performer is now a Pok Mon and net. Flicks. Real catch them all even the unexciting ones like Goldie or that Bill Murray Christmas special don't Google it. It's not worth it. Listen, I know we like to have a lot of fun on this show. But can I be serious for a moment from the bottom of my heart? Do not watch that Bill Murray holiday special. It's like unwrapping a present. And inside. It's just more wrapping paper and Bill Murray is there, and he's laughing at you the whole time, it's cruel really take care guys. I've Olympia Harewood, and I will catch you next time until then recess a journey. The podcast. You just heard was made using anchor ever thought about making your own podcast anchor. Makes it really easy for anyone to get started. It's a one stop shop for recording hosting and distributing podcasts. Best of all. It's one hundred percent free. Sign up now at anchor dot FM slash new. That's anchor dot FM slash new to get started.
"shalah" Discussed on Car Talk
"Hi, it's tell us from Phoenix who challenge. C show. Everybody always thinks that the talian, but it Spanish, shayna luck Ella. And where are you from again, Phoenix Phoenix? Talk to you guys. I listened to. I've never spoken to someone Chela before. I'm excited. What's going on Shalah? Well, I have a problem as a doubt six months old, and I'm just Tepes. So I don't want to get it fixed about six months ago. I was driving my ninety Saturn down the road and the match cylinder went out. And I called my husband and said, you know, should I try to drive this to get it fixed? Or should I call a tow truck? And he said, well, you know, whatever you want. So I throw wait a minute. Let me check and see if the life insurance paid up. It wasn't snot it was it wasn't a smart thing to do. I understand that. I drove it to the dealership to try to get it fixed. And we'll you drove it to the dealership with zero breaks. Oh, I'm sorry. Now, the mattress Shota my clutch went out. What? On their sting. That's better stat. So how did you do it? How did you get there? Well, I'm cramming the thing into third gear. And I destroyed my third gear, basically great. That's good. Yeah. Well, so I've been driving the car for six months with no third gear. And my husband is not happy about this. He says it's going to ruin the whole car. Now what I did just ship. You know from first or second to fourth is that a bad thing. Well, the feeling bad thing is the region. You know, no longer have third is you probably sheared off the synchronizes and it floating around in there. And they're inevitably gonna chew up the rest of the transmission fridge. You're going to say that. Yeah. Well, how many I mean, you don't have to get it fixed? Really? You can just take the pieces out. No, really. That's really what you wanna do. Your husband is wrong. Not using third year ain't gonna do anything to the car. Come on, whatever it does will pale in comparison to what you've already. Yeah. And what you're doing? You know, if you if you stay in second just a little bit longer than you normally would have which I'm sure you do because you sound like you've got the the situation well in the control and And then talking. he's going into fourth. It's perfectly fine. There's no reason in the world that you ever needed third in the first place, you might wonder why did they even put it there? If you really are serious about driving without third gear. I would take it to a shop in have them flush out. The transmission plush out to drain it out and then flush it out and try to get as many pieces out as they can. Yeah. And they'll stick a little magnet in there, and they'll meow right to get grass in the not going to be attracted to the magnet grass is really. I never told me. I really that's why you always used to use that stick with the on. You told me it was a breast magnet. I. Sorry. By the way, if it happens to you again or anyone else there is a a better way to drive the car. Yes. So that you don't wreck. The transmission? How's that? Well, you would start. I would put the thing in in second year with the engine off and start the car in with thing in gear, obviously, and it will start to move and before you get much beyond say twenty miles an hour. I would then shifted into third. You can do that. If you apply some small amount of pressure to the Shifter and try to ease it into the Synchro and play around with the exceleron pedal. So you've matching the rights of the speed of one side of the transmission with the speed of the other..
"shalah" Discussed on Mike Drop
"Best purchase under one hundred dollars every fucking book I've ever bought. Honestly, to me that that I mean, there's so much wisdom out there. And again, it's for thousands of years. Take advantage of that ship. People that have learned a lot of hard lessons or have been through some amazing things and written about it fucking read it like, read best Booker to you've read that's impossible to pick. It really is. There's too many of my mentioned the too earlier in the last episode of meditations and and self reliance, I think, are to that if I had to pick probably pick those too. But I also like the book of five rings is pretty good in terms of bang for your buck, the sun SU are worth. I'm not gonna necessarily jump on that bandwagon like that has its place. But I think that's more specific and more microscope than say, meditations or self reliance is. But what is one piece of conventional advice, disagree with most strongly God. I'm glad you asked this question because there is one I fucking can't stand it and that is everything happens for a reason. I fucking hate that saying, I absolutely despise when I hear it in and it makes me pissed off when people use that as an excuse as to why something's happening. It's the in Shalah you know, philosophy in. In in the air of culture of God willing. I don't subscribe to that not even for a fucking second, and I don't think everything happens for a reason and I think you'd be hard pressed to convince some people of some of the things that they go through with that. There's a good fucking reason or any reason that that happened. And if there is a reason I'd like to know what that fucking reason is because I'm probably gonna disagree with whatever you think it is because I just I hate it. I think it, it leaves. It's too ambiguous. It leaves too much to the gods and I just, I don't buy it. You know. I just I fucking drives me nuts. M Brigham one having worked in high stake team environments. What's the biggest mistake? You saw your new guys at a team? Make easy easy. Answer this question and that is not taking accountability for your fucking actions. I've talked about this before and that's d. biggest. That's the biggest.
"shalah" Discussed on Cortex
"In the same way that the like huge life transition for me was going from high school to college, and I was extremely cognizant of that of that summer between and the very beginning time of college as like, this is a time that you need to rewire your brain and you don't like you don't know what that is, but this is a time to be aware of that and that that's kind of what I feel like I'm trying to create now is is base for that to remove a lot of defaults action behaviors of like, here's a moment where I don't know what I'm going to do, what am I going to do? Oh, I'm I'm gonna. Just like, what are people talking about on Twitter or what are people posted on Instagram or was like, what's the argument over here on hacker news? Like I'm trying to remove those as the like default action behaviors because I've found that those. Those default action behaviors have. Spread a lot and I and I, I really think that has an effective, rewiring your brain to be always looking for this easier path into distraction in the moment. Okay. So you'll leading towards an argument that I don't like, and I don't think you'll trying to make, but it trends towards it. And I want a couple this up of a specific point that you made in your video where you single Utah, get podcasts as a as an issue, which I take offense to for multiple reasons. Right? All the big one of those is this what I do. Right. So like you use you specifically caught up podcast, the problem of filling time, right? Where people would be traveling, people be in Shalah that'd be taking in information or just spending time to think. And they fill that with pug constant stead. Now what I don't like about this aside from the fact that I feel personally at tack..
"shalah" Discussed on The Reboot Podcast
"The the imagery tender mercies and and i think that to link these two concepts together tender mercies are the ways in which the divine whether or not you believe in the mystical shows up in a way the way it showed up for you in the mountains outside the house or you know just in a simple way in which our our allies parker became real simple emails hey you know or or a connecting point between courtney which has become a deep and rich and motivated thread in the fabric of your lives and and i think that when we deny the dark thread we close yourselves off to the tender mercies absolutely absolutely we do to deny the dirk threads to say i don't wanna look at any part of by life or anybody's life that has the dark thread in it is to really limit your range of cut your perspective down to about ten degrees if that and so in embracing the dark through acknowledging accepting the dirt thread is still in your is in to be aware that those tender mercies may come with the first flowers spring the first cardinal spring as they have done for us here in the in the midwest where we had a long hard winter a very cold spring the smile child kindness of the stranger at cetera et cetera et cetera things that just kind of lighten your life and dune fact provide those tender mercies i like that at like that phrase a lot i think to that one we could our pursuit of purpose of meaning through the filter of what is the outcome by which that will be nurtured what is the external output we are in effect the nine the threads that actually exist we fact niang the ways in which we are in service even if what our service is nothing more than getting an a yellow cab and new york city and saying to the driver how are you exactly you know i i did that shortly after the muslim ban and the driver with the let's let's use proper line which the attempt to ban people from seven different countries that were predominantly muslim and i did i said that to driver and he looked at me through the rear view mirror and he said in shalah and i heard this wonderful little story about having been a doctor in pakistan and having to be forced out opposing the government and bringing his children who are now teachers in new york exactly wonderful to choose and i my life was better hopefully his life was better i never forget that little tender mercy that little so slender thread or that little experience that made a difference i did something the other day that still makes me glow of because it's often when you have the wit to extend tender mercy that.
"shalah" Discussed on Las Culturistas
"Cumin i did not co write a song did did i did not i wrote because it would say lyrics by did you write lyrics to that song revisionist history notes to the question did you rightly so that's all did did nicki menaj also that are on so so technically yeah which is whatever song it's an emmy willing you will be nominated together and in shalah shala dominated for an emmy nikki stand up on that stage to denver okay and she'll definitely made and you don't put these april fools nikki would definitely go to the creative arts emmy she's every year with she's nominated or not i think it's important creative art because she really wants to recognize you know the best web series of the year and the best link digital content that was paired with show versus the digital content there's just purely digital content right i mean not like you know exclusive to you guys know the difference too oh wait no yes no i'm talking specifically about digital content and what those categories are okay yeah she definitely goes in you know why because she really wants to meet tom kalicki auto time she goes to the creative arts he's you know it's always like thing with her people in his people and you never gets new meet him and so she goes the next year just like i really want meet you padma oh yeah but so nicki manashe when she was kinda early in her career she put up this youtube video the three of us are obsessed with mtv yes she talks about boss step and she talks basically just she's very eloquently explains how like they're different stands between men and women and what donald trump to when men are yes she does pre don't when men are bosses it's a good thing and when women are bosses they're bitches and i was watching nikki like sleigh onset and i was just like thinking oh my god how many times if i watched that boston video also thought to myself you boss up you boss and if i had accepted the pickle juice.
"shalah" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"That's great that story one we'll take a break we'll be right back with more people right after we talk about blue apron all the time on this show i ran to uses it obviously he's explained it because his wife is a great cook and then he wanted to share in the cooking duties no one in my house cooks so for us to get out of our food rut of the same easy to prepare bs foods that we've been making for our children in ourselves and getting bored with we jumped on the blue apron training and of course dan he makes things for himself and for dates and for his ladies and it just it feels like it has a purpose for every no matter what phase you are in your life and they are the leading meal kit delivery service in the us not by accident what many people know we do what you may not know is that the tyson meals you eat when you coca blue apron you're not just having burgers for dinner you're not you're making short rib burgers about that with a hoppy cheddar sauce on a pretzel bun they send you all the ingredients you don't have to think about it you're preparing seared steaks and time pan sauce with mashed potatoes green beans and krispy shalah shallots shall as shall it's all in under forty five minutes and without a trip to the grocery store blue apron number one fresh ingredient recipe delivery service in the country blue apron's mission of course is to make incredible home cooking acceptable to everyone even idiots like us dumb people don't just live in dumb people town they try to cook things i know that i am one of those dumb people and i can actually do blue from the this they have sustainable food systems they're saying the highest standard for their ingredients and it's weird ingredients like hoy's in sauce like you would never know where to find hoy's someone's like i'm gonna have you make this thing in it needs hoisin sauce that's forty minutes at the market for me that's forty minutes i don't have you get a two person meal plan kneels at serve to people choose from eight new my mouth is watering just talking about shoes from eight new recipes per week with the choice to receive two or three recipes.
"shalah" Discussed on In The Limelight
"Any point it keep it was floated that our would come to coach outlet with them what i'm trying to get at like if camby's mom who was like hey you know i'm coming willing with and leah like your shore you don't wanna come we can set you up in some i don't know posh that up we're going to write this fantasy fiction later i would probably pick the leo cami crew i think really i can't i i don't know handle the highs lows of the bieber justin justin baskin patrick abby cruz a lot to handle the actually the crew i would wanna hang with is the crew pictured in this nikki manashian sagramola which was a weird weird weird mix of nikki manashian i twain timothy shalah may the weekend and several other people what did they talk about what did they do we really have no idea i love that tonight twain was in the mex looking great hanging with nikki moniz will there be a musical collaborations soon what do you think of this crucially i love it i didn't recognize that was in the photo i just i i can't even imagine and i love that the weekend was hitting all these coachella parties are some report that maybe he was crying while performing the song he wrote about selena gomez meanwhile on twitter someone took a photo of selena at a target gosh another target patron i now so i love that she opted out of this craziness for a target weekend.
"shalah" Discussed on AP News
"More vows to stay in the race optum aguire within ap newsmen minute republican roy more tells the sean hannity show he's not going to quit the alabama senate race following a washington post reports that he allegedly had inappropriate sexual conduct with teenage girls decades ago never happened greater would never happen aired obviously you don't wait forty years or brink are something like the lawyer for one of the women says it is reprehensible so many alabama republican office holders have rejected the evidence lawyer decent told the post it more a bought her alcoholic drinks when she was eighteen below the state drinking age lewis ck response to allegations he had sexually mistreated women ap's oscar wells gabriel with more comedian abdullah shalah gatien's made by the five women he apologizes to then his family and friends and those who have supported his work over the years he says he has spent a long time in his career saying whatever he wants and now he plans to spend a long time being quiet and listening i'm tim mcguire jc penney's reporting its first bomb been themes doors sales in more than a year and losses weren't as bad as expected the company had a loss of one hundred twenty eight million for the third quarter or forty one cents per share losses adjusted for one time gained than costs came to 33 cents per share which is a dime better than wall street had expected according to a poll by vacs investment research revenue a two point eight one billion also topped expectations facebook founder mark zuckerberg is announcing a programme to boost small businesses facebook says more than seventy million small businesses use it service but only about six million of them advertise sucker burgers spent the past year visiting states he hadn't been to yet to learn from regular people and local communities he said he thinks there are some specific things facebook can do to help boost the economy and small businesses and that it would facebook wouldn't say how many of its own employees will be participating in the community boost program which will visit thirty u s cities next year an offer people free training on a range of digital skills those will.
"shalah" Discussed on The Good Life: Andrew Leigh in Conversation
"One and experience must have been locked for so many people growing up during that period sites probably one of my favorites but i'm a title soccer four subtitled films armed so particular genre frenchitalian are any our love arabic films i love japanese strange japanese films on the person on the qantas flight or the international flight he watches old films from sierra leone or from japan i just think if you can get access to that kind of cinematic tradition which you can't normally see always in your local cinema you begin to learn stories about people who are very very different circumstances so i'm a bit of a sack of subtitled subtitled films i guess the most unusual film is is blue at dirt german film which the screen is just blow for two hours and it just switch the earth out my family just find that really disturbing fiber favorite probably historical phone putt from distant boys you wanna set faster neither absolutely not because it's got a lot of quite some because shine so it has to be just enjoyed but if you not a big fan of vacancies in the philosopher than you not gonna sit there and steered to boost grain for a couple of hours it's not going to be a big deal for you but shalah said that's a sixday now will film about the holocaust where the interviewers really trying to understand the burden of the holocaust upon the present dice of the seventy so interviewing people in the prison and understanding what it means for them for there to be an empty village over the be family with a whole pot of the family missing how does that happen and interfering trying drivers and and ordinary people and say how do we get to a point where we think it is acceptable to obliterate a group of paypal what are the steps that we go through to do that or do we not tight those steps to we just find ourselves on the platform where culpable in those spices and the tech 16ounce to get you there but it is one of the most beautiful fills and one of the most important films that you can probably watch i think to you've written about a great thinkers in history yeah lovely lovely book tour match fair fifty historical.
"shalah" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!
"Um and trying to reintroduce muslim communities here in the us and abroad to those ideas i mean we've gotta a muscle thinktank in pakistan now you've got a muscle thinktank in malaysia now another one in indonesia you've got a arriving alternative currency and economic civil disobedience movement in indonesia and malaysia you've got um were setting up the first libertarian think tank in nigeria this year but we're working on that right now with libertarian if a black moslem libertarians who want their own thinktank they're they're tired of not being hurt you know and we're doing that costs of all over the globe so you know you're wachner donates innocence for liberty in the work that we do or if you find other groups overseas they're trying to get this work done besides us donate to crime nato donate to the as yet named um nigerian libertarian efforts you know get out there and try to help these people leading where you can were working right now um so libertarians donated us a piece of property were about to move to keene new hampshire in shalah an open um the first one will be the first libertarian run mosque in the country i mean it'll be a mosque that was literally created by cooperative and collaborative effort of the muslim an libertes liberty communities um it'll be an interfaith than entrust faith center so there won't be any sectarianism allow morgan the local quaker in a local jewish communities were were not using it so that it will be a place for those people to worship as well on were working on putting together a warming station for the local homeless in a place where they can come put print resumes make resumes that kind of stuff um and it's all because new.
"shalah" Discussed on talkRADIO
"Inside lane is blocked north them were calls broken down between the common hit interchange and the white hart round of elti in swindon causing keys in staffordshire the a four four nine is closed each way alone roisin book in stafford because of an accident and in south yorkshire the a16 light is closed he each wayland quantify rhody in sleep because of flooding caused by thirst for tonight and this is reduced rail service again today at will to the stationing of muscle holding clive which drew well music you must be one stressed out private landlord yes i am tenants are struggling financially can't pay the rent but you're with direct lime the repay any unpaid rented to you tenants are out so dropped distressed ball in all meal that's better climate nonpaid rental woman's ovaries with rich guarantee can your insurance do that search direct line landlord cover purchases publicly smith at on the front artery at ryan restricted claims for existing tended from the verse nonstatement politicos pledged the uk online contains only names we have ways of legend tweet live drawing get the full service experience with essential debates big name guests on its cloud of salt mcclellan traffic still or i saw him in slaven with me i am delighted michelle grieving de la fleeing conceding only jaw book listing of psalms elena they selfdenying film i saw radio we'll get your talking jet served on the very first show big john please fell shots hold ross full set breakfast on talk radio drew gets you king good the only way they 743 it's monday the 14th of voguish to headlines for this rolling the white house has defended president trump's response to the violence of virginia over the weekend say here she makes you include neonazis police statement of condemnation pre people daddy shalah said over the weekend including a woman whose car which is beaten into antifascist protesters theresa may.
"shalah" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"The question is whether the privileges going to unity should be laid out equally so we rely on that broad interpretation of eu by gay marriage then i think you have to be applied if it to be a part of your about august allison call ecstatic establishment clause and the first amendment congress shall establish no uh no religion for the country and shalah's supporting religion um but it well okay so you're saying that because the money is going to the church and the churches then using that money to pave there parking lot with toxic shredded tires then that's that's an okay use of it um isn't that the opposite her a you know the the inversion of the republican argument against money going to the planned parenthood planned parenthood a small percentage of their funds are used for abortions and so the republicans are saying now well we can't send any money to planned parenthood at all because some of that money might pay for the common expenses the bookkeeper for example who also in oh keeps track of the abortions and so you can't give any money to them how how can you matias fungible how can you say that this money is only go into the playground any live maybe the church has plenty of money for the playground are going to use this money for the allied and all of the bonus for the preacher hey you that's why i call myself with smaller libertarian enough then i mean it i completely agree with you tomen money should definitely not be going to anybody they shouldn't be spending the money out there eighty nonprofit that all whatsoever because you know to me i think that you never know where the money's gonna go i get it you don't want money going public schools i you know i i know the adnew know we've had that conversation before and and this is this is a private school but you know but the money was available just to the public schools in the state and you know now the dow the supreme court has said no you can give it to religious schools as well uh walk well are you saying that.