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Liam Cawley asked:
Nadia, when someone annoys us, how much of the annoyance is them and how much is it us? If we were fully conscious like let’s say Christ is would we not be annoyed by anyone? I find someone an annoyance and I can’t figure out whether its projection or not. Christ does say to run not walk away from others when we don’t trust the energy, is that Christ’s way of dealing with the annoyance? Not being around to be annoyed. I'm far from perfect myself and perhaps I annoy a few people myself but clarity on how to deal with others (and myself) when there is friction would be a help. Thank you.
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We now live in a world where Tim Bradley has scored a legitimate stoppage in the recent past. And Brandon Rios is no longer an active fighter anymore. For now, anyway. Times, they are a ch-.... Things are weird, man.
On HBO last weekend, Bradley dominated and halted Rios and made it look somewhat easy. Many expected Bradley to win, but by knockout? Rios retired immediately after the fight, citing inability to absorb punishment like before, and long layoffs. Like we said, things are weird.
In the opening bout, Vasyl Lomachenko toyed with Romulo Koasicha for a number of rounds before ending the fight in the 10th. Opinions are split between being impressed and being annoyed, and both are at least somewhat understandable.
Most of the rest of the year is filled with solid boxing, though the next week is slow-ish. Doesn't matter. James Foley of Bad Left Hook and Patrick Connor of The Fight City will go over it all, making juvenile jokes along the way.
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Quartette** In this seductive series, four lives collide in a riveting tale of secrets, deception, betrayal, andrevenge...and this story is about...the forbidden gem... Rachelle Silva is used to getting what she wants. As the beloved secret daughter of a ruthless crime boss, she wants for nothing--except freedom from her overprotective father. But when her identity is compromised and her life is threatened, Rachelle is given the one thing she's always hated most: an escort. Former fighter Jay Price stays connected with Vegas's criminal underbelly, and for the right price he'll take on any job. But when he's hired to babysit self-centered "princess" Rachelle, he finds himself captivated by the beautiful, spoiled socialite--and annoyed by his sudden attraction to her. Confused by her own attraction to the tattooed "thug," Rachelle sets out to make Jay as aware of her as she is of him. Unfortunately the threats to her life are all too real, and Jay is forced to bring her into "his world" until the threat is...dealt with. But he has an even bigger fight on his hands--his desire for the one woman he's forbidden to have
What’s my role?
In today’s episode learn how to successfully manage each role you play. Have you every stopped and thought about the multiple roles you play during your day? Did you realize less than two percent of people can actually multi-task? If this is true, why do we try to multi-task the diverse roles we play during the day? We can't. This is why you often find yourself annoyed or frustrated in situations. If you don’t successfully transition to the next role and fully focus on that next job description you will find yourself struggling to succeed.
My guest today is Monica Sangricco. She is the well-known fashion designer for Palm Beach Girl, a women’s clothing line specializing in resort wear. She is a successful businesswoman, designer, and mother who shares her story of how she overcame adversity and created her clothing line. For more information on Monica Sangricco and Palm Beach Girl, visit her facebook page at: www.Facebook.com/PalmBchGirl
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When did our culture change from "Courtship" to "Dating"? Courtship is when a young man who is interested in a young lady meets her parents and spends time with her to determine if they are compatible for marriage. If they are, they get married. If not, they part company. There might be hurt feelings or disappointments if things don't work out, but other than that, there's no harm done. Dating, on the other hand, is when a young man who is interested in a young lady spends time with her with the hopes and expectations that they will have sex. Eventually they have sex and continue to have sex until they discover they are no longer compatible. Hopefully a pregnancy has not happened during that time, if it has, things can get messy if there was a bad break up. We are watching our children participate in a degenerate American culture that teaches men and women to use each other like disposable paper towels. Relationships have no trust because the purpose is not declared from the beginining, in fact, men become annoyed if a woman mentions too early in the "dating" experience any thing about marriage. Courtship prepares a couple to become part of a family. Dating has become an exploitive means of having uncommitted sex while trying to mature into adulthood. How can we teach young people the rules of "courtship" as opposed to the arbitrariness of "dating"?
IT Projects fail at an alarming rate. Estimates range to as high as 86%, but it is safe to say that at least half of all IT projects fail to deliver on-time, on-budget, and provide the anticipated results. How can you improve your results?
According to Karla Sasser, IT could learn a lot from the beancounters in accounting. Sasser has worked on both the IT and accounting and she knows how they take sides. IT gets annoyed at accounting's constant worrying about every penny, and accounting looks at IT as rather haphazard. Here's the thing. As IT and finance get increasingly digitized, the practices of both are starting to overlap. Each can inform the other and make both work smarter and better.
Sasser's book, Friggin' Beancounters, is on that exact issue. She believes she can help everyone work better. On the next episode of IT radio we'll ask Sasser how accounting can help IT:
Get more projects in on time and on budget
Learn from the best practices of accounting
Make the CFO happier while still delivering the tech they think is best
Come together around basic common needs
Karla Sasser is an accomplished internal auditor, accountant and author with more than 20 years’ experience in information technology and accounting. Her areas of expertise include Sarbanes-Oxley compliance, corporate governance, enterprise risk services and IT auditing. Karla specializes in helping organizations identify and solve problems involving business processes and controls. She is a licensed certified public accountant (CPA) in Florida and California, a certified information technology professional (CITP), a certified internal auditor (CIA) and a chartered global management accountant (CGMA). She is currently a senior associate with Aviva Spectrum, Inc. of Los Angeles, a provider of internal audit, SOX compliance, and risk management services on the West Coast.
Are you annoyed with Drivers that focus more on their CELL PHONES than ON THE ROAD? Do you think that Drivers should recieve STIFFER Penalties when cell phone usage results in injury/ fatality? Unfortunately ONE text message/phone call can be the difference between Life & Death. Many people, including Law Enforcement, continue to violate the Cell Phone laws on a daily basis. Below are several statistics about "Driver Distractions" and the effect that it has on others. After reading the entirety of the facts listed below, YOU be the Judge.
The United States Department of Transportation notes that cell phones are involved in 1.6 million auto crashes each year that cause a half million injuries and take 6,000 lives.
According to FocusDriven®, up to 80% of all crashes involve some form of driver distraction.
During any point of the day, 11% of drivers are talking on their cell phones, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
A study from the University of Utah indicated that the reaction time of a teen driver using a cell phone is the same as that of a 70-year-old driver who is not using a cell phone.
According to the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute, texting while driving is six times more likely to cause an auto crash than driving when intoxicated.
The Virginia Tech Transportation Institute installed cameras on dashboards inside truck cabs. From the video footage, on average it took five seconds with their eyes off the road when driver's experienced distractions. The distance covered in five seconds of driving at 55 mph is equivalent to the length of a football field.
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Everyone loves a compliment and a nice smile in public. But, when the compliments become a little too uneasy for your guy or girl in public, how would you handle that situation? Some men and women become annoyed, they often ignore the constant stares and flirtatious body language ,while some men and women find it amusing and whisper to each other often smiling and not feeding into it any further and another way is that the man or woman protecting or being protected by their significant other will become violent in verbal assaults and sometimes physical confrontations. REALLY? Is this necessary? Call me right here on Sexy Saturday and give me the 411 on your comments for this topic. Can you help me find the answer to: When does one " Learn how to walk away when the flirt has been done".? Call and chat with the host Gigi about this topic at 646-200-3817 or send her an email: email@example.com that she will read over the air.
Draft Season is in full swing. Join Fleeger and Briggs as they take a look at some draft trends that you may want to avoid. From reaches to runs to camp darlings, we prepare you for your draft. Also, hear us opine on participation trophies, Twitter trolls, and pretty much anything else that's annoyed us in the last week. Check it out for some solid fantasy info and a whole lot of fun.
This episode is on spirituality and it's a question that you must ask yourself what you have done nice today to help someone? It can be a simple gesture of a smile or a friendly hello. I am trying to help people who have been densensitized by the mainstream media. We are not encouraged to help the homeless and infact many homeless people have been removed by Fema saying they are taking them to shelters but if you read further they have been dropped off in the woods. They say homeless people look bad for business. Well, anyone of us can be homeless including someone well off if a family member gets cancer and they meet a donut hoole in their insurance.
People who need help because their car is broken down or if someone is yelling for help please call the police. Have compassion for everyone and don't judge someone by what they wear, what they look like or what they drive. Even people who use food stamps (Snap) probably need them and again we assume that these people are too lazy to work and that's not the case. Disabled people need help too and I've seen such uncompassionate people on airplanes because someone is in a wheelchair and it takes maybe 5-10 seconds for a man to fold the wheelchair.
Maybe, someone seems angry or annoyed but we don't know why. We need to be compassionate as I know if I am having uncontrolled pain I can be annoyed sitting next to a couple who is too cheap buying a seat for their toddler on a 4 hour flight who will scream and fuss which is normal for the child. I blame the parents. Who stands up for the toddler which made the news who was fondled inappropriately by the TSA? No one did. Passengers just kept on walking through the security checkpoint.
We need to stop being so selfish and pretending we don't see or hear what is occurring.
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What makes a strong woman? And what in particular differentiates her from a strong person? Many strong women say they need to be with a stronger man, but could they need an attitude change? An ability to get along is actually a strength, but ironically many strong women label that as weak. Are men often annoyed by the aggressive and stubborn nature of these women who justify their attitudes as simply being strong women?
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Philosopher Dr. Diana Brickell answered questions on resisting arrest, enjoying Atlas Shrugged, stigmatized property, and more in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio.
Question 1: How should the police respond to people resisting arrest?
Question 2: How can I be less annoyed with Atlas Shrugged?
Question 3: Should sellers of homes be obliged to report the spiritual or criminal history of the property?
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