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VOICE ALE Founder Aimi Nakajima on the Future of Voice Technology in Japan
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LA County DA Gascón Recall Effort Begins Public Circulation
"District Attorney George Gascon on Saturday signature gatherers, maintaining that Gascon is soft on crime. Gathered in front of a school across from his home and the Naples area of Long Beach. It was not clear if Gascon was home At the time we call organizers say they have until October, 27th. To gather 580,000 qualified signatures They had that they'll try to collect 750,000 to 800,010 Jeffries K ABC News A motorcycle ist is
California DA Won't Seek New Death Sentence Against Scott Peterson
"A district attorney in California says she won't seek a new death sentence against Scott Peterson who was convicted of killing his pregnant wife in two thousand five the killing of laci Peterson is back in the news because California Supreme Court threw out the death sentence for husband Scott Peterson because potential jurors were improperly dismissed after saying that they opposed to capital punishment that prompted the Stanislaus county district attorney Burkett flattered to announce after speaking with laci's family she won't seek a new sentencing hearing in the case but Scott Peterson could also be facing the prospect of a new trial because of alleged juror misconduct a judge has to decide if that warrant a new trial and if so it could again raise the specter of the death penalty for Peterson convicted of killing his wife who was eight months pregnant around Christmas time two thousand two I'm Jackie Quinn
Is Tutu Atwell Too Small to Succeed in the NFL? - burst 10
"Okay. This next receiver is a guy that you and i are. differ a lot on and with twenty fifth pick of the second round. The la rams selected to at well from louisville. Receive our end. I get their concerns. Ideal disguise five nine hundred fifty five hundred sixty pounds. People are questioning whether he's gonna be physical enough in the nfl. however this is a player. The i compare to markey's brown. I think that in order to be successful. He's going to have to gain a little bit more weight. But i think that to out will be able to develop especially with the la rams who don't need in the -sarily to be great outta the gecko. But i think that the upside for two atwal is especially there especially if he's going to have the matthew stafford throwing the ball and so it was back to murky brown when he was in college him and he had similar stats. Which is why. I'm bringing up the comparison the first place in his junior. He had seventy five receptions for one thousand three hundred eighteen yards in ten touchdowns. Now let me bring up to two atwal stats from his sophomore season. And they were very similar which end so to atwell in his sophomore year he had sixty nine sevens for one thousand two hundred seventy two yards and eleven receiving touchdowns and so these two guys. Besides the fact marquees brown ways a little bit more to travel or comparable. And if you're an you're seeing now to to out while falling to the fourth maybe even fifth out of your dynasty da and for me. I think that's a little bit ridiculous. Because for a guy that had a similar career to marquees brat and his cod season and similar upset that he should be considered a third round prospect for you and your dynasty rookie draft. And i'd say right now. Marcus brand is probably a second round. Pick but i think he could be worth a second or the round pick and this guy. Who's extremely fast as well. I think he's going to create separations and he's not just the speedster. He's not just the speedster he he gets receptionist as well on anyone who puts up almost thirteen hundred receiving yards in college. Season is a guy that is a good all amount of receiver as well. So don't just think of him as a speedster guy gonna occasionally break open deep here and there so yeah. I'm a big fan of to at wall of the i know Oh and one one last thing. He was picked in the second round so clearly. The rams do have a plan for two while. They're not just investing a second round pick in a receiver that they don't see being a great receiver in the long term and this by the way was the rams first pick all draft. If i'm correct so they might have even viewed him as a late first round pick. We don't know. But the fact that they spent their first round pick onto to By having good receivers shows you how much demands believe into Anyways kyle the floor is yours as to why you don't believe in to atwell. Well it says so much that i don't believe in two two at well. It's the fact. That so i am from louisville in. I watched a lot of this kid. He is a very good receiver. I agree with you. He's not just a burner. he is a good polish receiver and a lot of facets of football but my biggest problem is literally is just. This is and the fact that he's completely buried on the depth chart. I don't see any Any possibility of him getting in and becoming a number one receiver on that team like anytime. Soon robert woods. Anne cooper kupp. Both resigned extensions For last year So you already got those positions locked up now. You lose josh rhinos. But they already spent high draft capital on jefferson. Dan jefferson last year. So that position was already and then they spent another was a third or early fourth round. Pick onto harris harris could be used as a tight end. I think a lot of people saying he's going to be a tight end he he. They say he's listed as a tight end but he also weighs about twenty so if anything he's going to be like a a move titan. I don't see him being like inland blocker. But you already have tyler higby as well. You know it's just it's just a really crowded And you also have to sean jackson that they stopped they brought in you know so i. I'm just not sold that there's any opportunity for at least in the first year to now you like you said maybe a if you invest in this guy at the late third fourth round Me personally i'd rather just take dark throws on running backs. At this point you know even a third. The guys are projected to be thirds shrink or shrink. You know a rash of injuries and all of a sudden guys are going to get plight. Be starters and they're going to be valuable. You can train them. You know it would take a stream lee amount of circumstances for for you to for him to get on the plainfield him to productive enough for another team to to trade for him. It's just wide receivers just a position that you know if you don't put up stats people don't really wanna trade for him at all. I mean it's as simple as that you know and i know he has draft capital That's about the only thing. I think he has known. Form at one hundred fifty five pounds. I just don't know if it's worth the headache you know. But then again it only takes one person to trade and if you're only drafting him with the mindset of trading him than you're probably not gonna draft to tell to till In the first place. And if i don't know if it necessarily applies to atwells value the fact that the community hates him. Because there's going to be at least one guy and if you put up the stats. People are going to be willing to trade for him. So i i get that point but at the same time. I don't know if that necessarily applies to At wellness fair. Knock about the onto to at atwill. Because it's not actually something that to two at walt dead. It's more of the perception that people have about two. But it's it's what he didn't do. He didn't gain the weight which i think he will in the way he's still what in nineteen twenty years old. I think he's still
Manhattan DA Convenes Grand Jury in Trump Investigation
"Washington post first to report that the manhattan district attorney as convened a grand jury. That is quote expected to decide whether to indict trump executives at his company or the business itself should prosecutors present the panel with criminal charges the report continues to say the move indicates that manhattan district attorney cyrus vance investigation of the former president and his business has reached an advanced stage after more than two years. It suggests to advance believes he has found evidence of a crime if not by trump then by someone potentially close to him or by his company district attorney. Vance has been looking at trump's business practices before he was president. Vance fought all the way to the supreme court to get the former president's tax returns days ends. New york's attorney general letitia. James is also conducting a civil investigation into trump. she recently joined forces with vance's office and the criminal inquiry. These investigations are believed to be largely stemming from cases involving trump's former lawyer and fixer. Michael cohen will eventually of course famously turned on his boss after pleading guilty to making hush money payoffs for trump and lying to congress his latest. This latest investigation appears to hinge on longtime trump organization. Cfo alan weisselberg. Who has been under pressure from the manhattan. Da one of the post reporters who broke tonight story described wisel berg's importance to this case. He's almost the human equivalent of trump's taxes. He's the guy through which almost all of trump's financial transactions big and small have passed through for thirty years so he would be a valuable asset if you thought there was a financial crime to no one surprise. Trump tonight responded to the washington post story with a lengthy statement calling the da's investigation. And we quote here a continuation of the greatest witch hunt in american history purely political and an affront to the almost seventy five million voters who supported me in the presidential
DA Calls Officer Killing of Andrew Brown Justified
"Relatives of Andrew Brown Jr are furious with the D. A's decision that the deputies is shot and killed them were justified in the shooting. They will not face charges. Body camera video shows heavily armed deputies sitting in the back of a police pickup truck, they pull up on Andrew Brown Jr to serve a drug related warrants. Look. Brown is behind the wheel of the blue sedan as deputies close in on him round, then backs the car up and turns to the left away from officers. Deputies opened fire. The car speeds away before crashing into a tree. That was CBS Is Jeff the gays Now the Brown family attorney, Ben Crump says he was trying to get away from armed officers at the time of the deadly shooting.
DA Says Deputies 'Justified' in Shooting of Andrew Brown Jr.
The Evolution of Contact Lenses: From Da Vinci to Electronic Lenses
Simple Lifestyle Changes to Prevent Alzheimer's and Dementia With Dr. Dean Sherzai
"One of the most interesting statistics. I've heard you talk about. Is the effectiveness of what the companies have been able to do and the effectiveness of certain types of exercise. Can you share with us. What is it we need to know. So i was part of the biggest clinical trials in the world that ucsd which was the number one neuroscience program at nih in an at columbia mind everywhere and after four hundred studies that worked on mice. Those poor mice. I was part of those. Da teams that cut their heads off and then we studied. It's terrible after all. Those studies are success. Rate has been zero. We have zero drug that does zero percent in slowing down or stopping disease. Now we have gloves that affect the symptoms era seven but even the pharmaceutical companies don't claim that it slows the disease so zero after billions and billions of dollars and all these experimentation yet and now these nutraceutical companies. You know the blue jellyfish pill and this and that they're making hundreds of millions of dollars on zero data and why because some young guy was able to buy their right. You are oh and do the right trademark and then just put some things together and sell it as a good name because it has targeted or cognition or neuro in it. So it works. Here's what works harvard eddie. Large wealth power incredibly. Well done study if you walk. A brisk walk. Not you know when we tell our patients direction all dr shares. I i'm in the garden Those are great. Those are meditation exercise. You gotta get short of tire if you do. Twenty five minutes brisk exercise every day. You lower your risk of alzheimer's by forty to forty five percent. Why is there nobody talking about it. Because there's not a hundred percent effective and for the younger people. You are more likely to abstain from alzheimer's if you start at early we're talking about nutrition. We call it neuro by the way we're not any. You are on nutrition exercise unwind which is stress management ours restorative sleep and always optimizing mental activity. By the way. None of those. You have to pay anybody well for food. You have to go somewhere to buy food. But basically it combined the fact of it we've extrapolated. We said that's kind of as much as ninety percent of alzheimer's and dementia can be prevented
Make Your Food A Masterpiece Inspired by DaVinci
"Wanted to share some tips on making your food masterpiece food presentation tips that were inspired by da vinci. Leonardo da vinci is well known for using a scientific i to develop his artistic style. He observed that objects three dimensional and used his observations of late and dr to paint vivid and realistic. Portrait's and landscapes is a concept called kado scored. Oh it seems obvious to us now. But it was revolutionary in leonardo's time he also observed how objects details and colors change when they fade away into the distance education ni called sfuzzi motto and use this tool to his advantage to create a sense of great death. Sue motto is also known as leonardo smoke for how he made mountains and other distant landscape features blue and smokey while this is not as conclusive or rather to the culinary arts as other aspects of his style. It's still worth noting. Other notable features of his art are the cross hatching that slants to the left caused by his left handedness. This is also the reason that he wrote backwards to reduce smudging. He used many left handed and tools and adapted tools in his work. So presentation is a huge part of what makes food so delicious by using leonardo davinci's art style. You can make unique and pleasing arrangements of food that our instagram worthy. Pay attention to the way late will change the way your food looks. For example. pancakes look great. When eaten by a window rather than beneath an overhead light the angle of the light makes the sarah shine and brings out the texture of the pancakes in fact using natural light whenever possible. Make meals more enjoyable pay attention. Also to hand dominance there are subtle differences between how right handed and left handed. People eat arranging the plate. Accordingly can make meals more enjoyable for
Sabres snap Bruins' season-best 6-game win streak in 6-4 win
"Sam Reinhart scored three times including the game clinching empty netter that sealed the Sabres six four win over the Bruins Steven Kampfer had a goal and two assists for the Bruins who ended a six game winning streak and remain four points out of first place in the east division das tablet hockey games when the sharks or actually lost eight nine minutes of the game so it's our it's on us in the room Reinhardt's power play goal put buffalo ahead five one four and a half minutes into the third period but to be scored three times in a five a six band later in the period before Rinehart completed his hat trick Rasmus Dahlin had a goal and an assist as buffalo snapped in waiting to skate against the Bruins I'm the ferry
Ex-Texas Deputy Wanted in Deaths of 3 Is Arrested
"The former Texas police detective accused of fatally shooting three people he knew in Austin Sunday was captured Monday after a lengthy manhunt forty one year old Steven Broderick was taken into custody with a gun in his waistband but without incident according to police after someone called nine one one about a man walking along the interstate police also say he knew the three victims but did not elaborate on a motive the former sheriff's detective resigned from the force last summer after being arrested for the sexual assault of a child he was out on bond but the DA had filed a motion on Sunday to revoke it Elgin high school announced two of the three victims Alyssa Broderick and Willie Simmons were recently enrolled there I'm Julie Walker
Prime Suspect Paul Flores Charged With 1996 Murder of Kristin Smart
"Pedro, arrested this week in connection with the murder of a Cal state San Luis Obispo student 25 years ago, is also now being investigated for sexual assault in Los Angeles. Paul Flores has long been the prime suspect in the disappearance of 19 year old Kristin Smart 1996, the college freshman was allegedly killed during a sexual assault in Florida. His dorm room slow county District attorney Dan Tao says floors is also suspected of committing sexual acts around sent Piedra where he lives and where he was known to frequent the bars. We do have evidence in this case that leads us to conclude that there very well may be additional victims in the Southern California area, so we would ask that anybody that may have had experience with him that they have questions about for them to reach out and contact law enforcement. The LAPD says detectives have gathered evidence against floors about assault that allegedly occurred over several years. The only county Da's office has not decided whether to final charges based on that evidence. Well.
El Chapo, the Sinaloa Cartel, and the War on Drugs
"From selling oranges just to buy food to running. A multibillion dollar drug empire l. Chapels tail is one of rags to cocaine dusted riches. El chapo guzman is a name. Most of us have probably heard of the name. Thousands of people have feared chapel took his childhood entrepreneurial spirit and turned it into an international narcotics operation. He expanded his empire with a combination of bribes government manipulation in innovative shipments system and brute force and tear when necessary. He took on a status as a legendary hero to some and as a heartless monster to others l. chapel maintained his control with an iron fist. No secrets got past him. And no one disobeyed his orders. His employees claimed he's omniscient like god. He sees everything as many people found out. Betrayal chapel or any other leader of the ceelo cartel. And you won't survive long. A man who seemed unstoppable with thousands of supporters willing to die for him managed to escape. Da and other law enforcement agencies for decades and escape from prison twice until his desire for a flashy lifestyle and city life led to his eventual and probably final arrest but his drug empire did not end with l. chapels capture. The seen alot of cartel is still alive and well today ran by el chapo zone children and his business partner il mio. The cartels still runs the majority of the drug trade mexico and seemingly will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. There still powerful enough to engage the mexican national guard indirect battle and win what led to el chapo becoming one of the most infamous drug lords in the world. We're gonna look into that today. Also we're going to look into the us war on drugs without it. There would be no el chapo. If narcotics were legal there would be no need to smuggle them into the united states. There would be no illegal narcotics demand for cartels to supply. Why are drugs illegal. Going to look into the history of drugs in us today at one time or another. They were legal. So what changed. What would happen if we made drugs legal again. would there still be cartels. What our country fall into anarchy and despair or would improve
Coinbase Experiences Brisk User Growth Ahead of IPO
"Have to take a minute to go over coin basis. Insane q one numbers. We've always even spending a lot of time here this week. On coin base. They announced the date of their ipo last week. And it is slated for april fourteenth. Now part of the reason they delayed their ipo until q two was so that they could release their q. One numbers and boy were they. Monster in total coin base has over fifty six million verified users. Compare that for example to robin hood's thirteen million active users went from two point. Eight million in q four two thousand twenty to six point one million in q one twenty twenty one trading volume in q one was three hundred and thirty five billion compared to one hundred ninety three billion for all of two thousand twenty and total assets on coin base went from ninety billion to two hundred twenty three billion a one hundred and fifty percent jump quarter over. Quarter the craziest part of that one. And certainly validation of the institutional narrative was that one hundred and twenty two million of that two hundred and twenty three billion overall came from institutions. Now the number that people were most focused on was revenue. Revenue was one point eight billion for the quarter compared to one point three billion for all of last year and something that will be absolutely shocking to wall street. The company actually had a net income of seven hundred and thirty million to eight hundred million. Basically this is exactly what the crypto kids knew was coming but still caught. Many wall street analysts off guard. Da davidson raised their price. Target from one hundred ninety five dollars a share to four hundred forty that price target is a twenty x multiple on twenty twenty one revenue. They had previously estimated six hundred and fourteen million in q one revenue which was obviously about a billion dollars off this price target would put coin bases valuation at a whopping. One hundred and forty-four billion dollars
Brooklyn DA Vacates 90 Convictions Tied to Cop Facing Perjury Charges
"Here in new york district attorney has asked the court to dismiss nearly one hundred drug convictions after an nypd detective was accused of lying there. Stephanie dusk tonight in brooklyn dozens of drug convictions tossed out in more likely to calm all ninety of the cases involving one narcotics detective. Joseph franco can no longer stand by detective. Franco's were have lost confidence in his reliability franko pleaded not guilty in two thousand nineteen to more than a dozen charges including perjury for his work on for drug cases. One in april. Two thousand eighteen franco said he witnessed a deal. Go down in this manhattan building. But according to the indictment security video showed no drug sale in the lobby and other video showed franco was never close enough to observe what happened. Franko was still awaiting trial. His attorneys throwing out the cases has created a toxic atmosphere. That is prejudicial to mr franco's constitutional right to the presumption of innocence marianne casey and represents more than a dozen people whose convictions were vacated. People have carried these convictions on their record for many years and they've prevented them from securing employment from maintaining housing. These are lasting effects. Franco's criminal charges are based on the detective. Work he did in manhattan the. Da in brooklyn has not been able to prove similar misconduct but he says he has lost confidence. In the cases were franco was an essential
"a. da" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Was kind of gasping for breath and I remember one or two of his doctors. Were there the leak Was there and mark haddad. Did you ever meet him. I don't think so i don't. Christopher was there. I know christopher was there and dossier ma and being net was and He was Gasping for breath a couple of times and then he stopped breathing and then he would gasp a couple more times. But i think by the time he really stop breathing. I think there was it was sort of a a breathing reflects at the end. I'm felt like his consciousness that he was out of his body by them. Right and I you know for me. I i've known him for fifty years and he's been this great mentor for me and We shared a lot over the years and i was. I had this sort of conflicting emotion of being sad that he was leaving and And also really happy for him. To get out of that body was getting so hard. It was pretty rugged you know at the end i i as i said i wouldn't have hung around that long right. I mean the pain when when people would explain he's in pain. I was sitting with a guy. All you couldn't tell complained you wouldn't know unless you really asked him and you know yeah got specific about and then he would tell you what was going on but it was It was remarkable how he dealt with pain. I've tried it. I remember having sciatica myself for six weeks or something and it was nasty and i took painkillers. Yeah i i even talked to him about it during my going through it and he kind of helped me how to think about it. But i still couldn't entirely do it. What did he say. Well it was a way of You know seeing that. The pain is not you. It's that rolls insults place again of witnessing the pain and he was Able to stay in his Soul more thoroughly and that ally and that was how he worked with all of us. Also that that. I can attest to that for sure Which is challenging for me. I i wrote about this in the book to when you're like. Hey i put a lot of your teachings in my tv show and it's just like talking to a tree or or you know it's like my daughter saying i drew a triangle and i'm like okay. Yeah i mean like. I feel the same with whether without triangle. I'm happy for the dry angle but you can't you can't divide. Infinity is is is the thing. I would really feel that from him that that is a another. Jesus thing i tell it all the time but tells a parable about three workers coming to work in a field on shows up in the morning shows up at noon and one shows up at like six o'clock and the workday seven o'clock at the end of the day the field owner pays all three men the same and my friend bell says because you can't divide infinity. God already loved you like we want to be like the guy that showed up in the morning should get more. It's the prodigal son basically the sun that stays in his a good boy he should get more and it's like Sorry that was the. It wasn't a story you can't earn it. You can't earn it. It's so beautiful ramesh really. I'm really grateful for this time with you. Trying to think if there's any any other thing i was going to. Is there anything you wanted to mention. Well i i. Was you know because of your what you've been saying about Christ i was remembering what maharaj told us. I think it was rog. Who actually who arrived and asked maharaj had meditate and maharaja said Meditate the way. Christ meditated and. Send him to the back where we were all sitting around waiting to see him or be fed or have tea or whatever it was. We spent our time gossiping gossiping and so we gossiped about that. We asked him what did the and she said when we saw him or her again. I maybe it was rammed. Who asked him who was so. How did christ meditate and he said he lost himself in love and had made a you know he was saying it from that place of that state of being in love. I've heard that's where he's crying. Tears rolling down his eyes from his is at one point it was very profound. His Feeling about christ and for us to be coming from such distance and being like. I didn't go there physically but i had the same experience i was like. I came all this way and spiritually. And you're sending me back. Like i don't understand i i was. I was the sheep and i broke. And then we're like. Oh maharaj jesus here. We're back again. Are you concerned at all that or have you given it any thought at the potential that in one hundred years i if if the earth is still going. Here's hoping that i know right. That's a whole other thing that this could become like a religion. Let me let. I'll preface it with i remember. I went to a meditation here in la with members of the song and all that and people were handing out something and they were like. Make sure you take it with your right hand. Not your left hand. Because in india you wipe with your left hand. But don't tell you what your hands and that was like. Yeah but thank you. And i was like oh so the the love is available. But not if i take you with my left hand. Let me ask you. What if i don't have a right hand. You know what i'm saying. And we're back at fundamentalism. Is there any concern that we could turn this into not living spirit but it could become well. You know monterrey and we have church and we throw bananas at each other. But like we lose the message that god guru and self are one. That truth is one that god is one and we become weird ramdas worshipers. We've become ramesh. Oh your saint. Paul saint ramesh Well you know. He said that we ought to do this. And did you hear on that pete. Holmes podcasts you said specifically have you need to died and he was gasping. You need to gasp. If you don't gas the spirit can like remember in the book. It says when you're cremated somebody hit the skull the skull so the soul is released. And i'm like well someone break that i know exactly as like sued someone break ramdas his skull someone. They're breaking his skull at his creation. I don't think so. Are you concerned that this could be religious fide or maybe not concerned or is that interesting or what do we do to. I'm sorry okay. Good that was a long question for simple answer. I mean you know who knows. One of the You know hallmarks of maharaja was just kept disappearing and he told ramda's not to have any ashrams and you know not to accept his father's inheritance. And you know i i think the feeling of of it is Travelling light there see margie's to quote this A line from kabeer which krishnan differing translations. something like. I walked through the marketplace and i am neither a buyer norris seller and you know. It's just that lightness..
"a. da" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"And it's ice ramesh now we're just preaching it's us that can't accept it. We put up the block. We say that's too good to be true. We were Up in this little place up in mountain's We were going to do this. Buddhist retreat and the buddhist teacher didn't come so us ended up running it. I know the story. Yes yeah but cassani so But ramdas would work with people one on one and you would sit with them get to that looking into each other's eyes place of being at one and he would say if there's anything that you feel like you can't tell me tell me had the depths of everyone's stuff came out and you did this to. Oh yeah you know. I mean it was kind of part of the diaz room. It was his way of helping people. You could ask for an appointment with the therapist and then it turned out that there was someone in the room above hole in the ceiling. And everybody's innermost stuff circulating all around to the stuff that you know we were all holding onto as such a personal whatever You know was just gossip was that that sounds like round getting fired from harvard. It had to be somewhat liberating once. The shame was process yet to be like well. You know You know. I had a love affair with goat but i know that you haven't swopping know karma i guess but at just like a joke you know. I think that's what we're all craving in a weird perverse way is just be like it would be so great. Don't take yourself so seriously. But that's what comedy is. I mean one of my favorite routines is about going out on it. You make your bed and then you go on a date and you're hoping they come back and there's nothing sadder than coming home and masturbating on your bed and that is a shame and the alchemy of taking something that you're supposed to be embarrassed by going. Let's all share our shit that feels like a great spiritual practice. I've heard tell that story about not at that ashram but doing that with people and he would give me. Examples usually sexual. There's such a hang up on sex being in a sexual animal or whatever your body And just so. Many people can't get over that but knowing in it's in my book i went on the three. They re the five day retreat and the whole time. I was so horny. I was blind now with them. But when i was back in that little guest house all i wanted to do was masturbate and and i felt like i couldn't and then ramesh. I'm glad you're laughing. That became the story great story and that was another little maharajah encounter with me was i was going. I came here to be holy. I came here to be good and really be groovy and be laid and love and all the joke in the book is i just wanted to stream pornography over rhonda's wifi and i was like the password was maharaja for crying out loud. I can't i can't look at asses on my raji wifi and that was the point is it was. I went on hikes. I might as well have taken a cold shower. I meditate. it wouldn't go away. Until and i know you can feel the tone of this intel. I said i love. I love this too. I love this too. I accept this too. And that was a maharaja visit for me and the point. I feel like it's a danger to make the point that i didn't masturbate or i didn't need to masturbate. That the desire went away. It was something better had replaced it to ramdas desire. Doesn't go away. But that's right of course. Not but he goes when you're pablo cliff if you're driving a car and you fly off a cliff. Chances are you aren't horny. And that's his. That's example right that's what it is. It's not that i will. Power pushed away. The horny nece. It's that something better showed up the basically flying off a cliff. That's what is love. Or that's what real love can feel like. It's it's not about being a good boy and not masturbating. It's something better. Showed up something more like what your parents felt coming off of you. Something better than ramesh peeing in the navy showed up. I think you know that's a somewhat that Witnessing place ramdas talked about its due place. You see yourself from inside and being able to Love your own stuff which is always the hardest piece of it to love yourself. You can love somebody else and you can love god and love your child but loving yourself. This really hard work. Sometimes that goes. It's us that blocks it. We block it. I was blocking. It was there. But i was going. Yeah but you're horny. And then i. And then i was out and then i was out and i see that in the story to ramdas going but i'm the sexuality or i have this or i i'm not pure i'm angry. I love the stories around us getting angry especially when he was a holy man. You know dressed in the in the in the garb and he'd be mad that the wrong mike stand was at the event. Those stories are gold to me. I i don't need perfect. Rhonda's i i like a good human Ramdas who knows he's loved. Well i think this collision of the The physical and the spiritual Emotional i sometimes think of it as what is the. The words are like the immanent and transcendent. That's how it felt imminent. It was very limited and different words. Impotent impotent immenent and slightly different anyway it. I think that his ability to put together his experience in a way that you know we can and using his own life that way and he did stand up com- comedy at one point then he idea i gave. That was funny. Yeah i think what. I read that i was criticized doing it. I know there's always that's the hardest thing about becoming a comedian is. There's going to be somebody that says. Who are you to be a comedian..
"a. da" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"It really loosened me up in a way that nothing else had and then psychedelics the I guess i took mescaline and lsd number of times and and that was the merging coming into one. You've yeah tha- and that was about. It was such intense energy. Also for me i mean i i know other people have all kinds of different experiences and and It was also a there was a quality of kind of collecting experiences And ultimately i it it you know you you get round to the fact that it's about the experience her experience. That's that's what i say. People reach out to me and they go. I don't understand. I took mushrooms. And all i saw was purple cab and it ran around the room. I don't understand. And i'm like it's not what you see. You see what you're seeing with and the manipulation of what you see shows you that something is seeing or it can. Yeah but but i i. I'm with you. I i think of alan watts. I think it's in the book. It is in the book once you get the message. Hang up the phone. Yeah i remember. I had Alex gray the artist on he said my phone keeps ringing. And we laugh for a good long while Does what it is about trying to love a rock the cliche think of taking a psychedelic that you could stare at iraq or the dirty corner of your room and be moved to tears and that is to me the touchstone to trying to achieve that. Frankly i peed on bush. I didn't wanna go on in the house because leila you know confuses things so i peed on the brushing. i'm looking at the bush. And i remember it's possible to get to a place where this bush i could actually capital s see this bush and i'm grateful for that. You have a similar feeling when when you might be meditating or even talking to me right now. Don't forget that that reality is this reality. It's just the we're shutting off certain frequent. Yeah i mean you know I think one of things that I learned from. Psychedelics is is the way that reality is such a projection of our inner state and that has helped me Release some of that You know anxiety about what it's supposed to be. There's a there was a great line from tim. Leary about I think it was up. I'm tired of being should upon and yeah. I think that's why we're so tired all the time. Because there's so many yeah. It's curious that i was thinking about the practice around us. I'm i'm pretty. Did it with you of stuffing stuff. You know you you you steph to me. Meaning you tell me something you're shamed of and he would practice just reflecting back. Unconditional love and. I'm like that is something i feel like anyone would sign up for. We do it in a small way with therapy. But they try to rationalize. Oh that's not that bad. He didn't hurt anybody in this. That or or it's in the past. We need to move but just to have someone love you. I was like it's an interesting thing that that that level of extreme forgiveness seems more in need now than ever. I mean that was what he experienced from. meraj in that first meeting. You know when he realized mara g. knew everything that was in his everything about him everything that was in his head all the shameful thoughts that he didn't want anybody to know maharaj new and he looks up at mar in this sort of feeling trepidation and shame and Maharaj looking back at him with what russia's always described his unconditional. Love just loved him and you know it wasn't even forgiveness. It was just love and it was acceptance complete and utter acceptance of Everything he was and You know okay. So let's get on. Yeah because there's another game not just what you're doing or what you're feeling but there's another game of evolution of enlightenment or realization or actualization liberation. There's something else. Bigger at play than ramesh was an asshole to me in nineteen seventy-three And when you when you're looking at somebody's life from that level there is something to get on with and it's more important than than dwelling on you being an asshole in nineteen seventy-three. I find that very very comforting. It's refreshing and even that is you know it's controversial to bring up a jesus. I just read this book where it illuminates me. The you know the idea is jesus sat with the centers in the tax collectors. But i didn't know this tax collectors. In the roman times were murderers they weren't it wasn't h. and r. block. It wasn't the irs. A write these sitting with mas mob. Yeah it was the mob. So even that the message of that and again to quote ritchie richard. Roy he says faith is accepting that you are accepted. He it'll take your whole life to accept that you're accepted. And i was like we have maharaja saying i don't care that you were whatever you're hung up. On different time periods it would be a different thing You know if it's crews park for a hookup. I think of ancient greece. That wouldn't have been a big deal but in san francisco and ramdas his time with his shame. He probably felt bad about that. And there's love or your murderer pretty much anytime people would go. You're murdering tax collector. That's but we have these avatars of the divine of living spirit that go around breaking bread and throwing bananas at the balls of the good and the wicked alike..
"a. da" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Mom taught there along with the wife of ramdas professor. Brian clough and his wife. Mary mcclellan away. This is a bigger picture there. Yeah that is crazy. That was not my art teacher. They were lorie and less. Yeah she was tired. Of course. But i just wanted to give windows leanings. Before we get off though okay. We are jumping around amazing. So i'm at the draft board. I get called up after as soon as i graduate. My number is up. It was a lottery and you know A number that got called pretty quickly and in line for the physical In my underwear all day you know. Stand in line and the shrink is the last person you get. they all have besides my My long beard. Malla air and praying hard all day. And i finally get to the shrink and i this letters including a great one from A guy out in east hampton here which said if i was inducted into the military i would lapse into a psychopathic stay. Cost them money in. That's good. that's good. That's good creative writer. Not that we can't know. But i mean that's good to this guy who was the shrank and he was obviously like a an internal a medical student who was doing his alternative service as a draft board. Yeah for the draft port so you kind of have that in common. You're like you know my situation. You're doing practically out of my body from from railing deck for people that don't know ma are beads. Prayer be has. Yeah so your your mom and your bum off. Yeah and he looks at the letters and I see that he writes One why on my form which was The what comes just before a four f which is completely right and what's one. Why one temporary four. You're okay this. This guy's not draft board material. And because you were in a deep meditative state basically just sort of. I don't know you know it was a combination of was maharaj. Grace the blessings of rob so instead of vietnam maybe just on a very basic level. You might have looked to this guy. You might look nuts. Yeah i did. I mean i was completely out there. I can't believe. I got the old rolling stone that around us as in and i'm reading about it and one of the things that really strikes me from that time who was so long ago but all of the language and all of the outfits and all of the trauma of spirituality where they're everyone's doing yanni on everybody has mollahs. Everybody knows chance. And i'm like before the internet. The fact that this stuff is spreading like that is incredible. I it was in be here now. Like some explanations on how to do things but the fact that it caught fire and spread would have. It would be people in blue jeans being. Let's see what this is about. But by that point it was already a thing like it is now. It was very powerful. When i after. Well let's keep going wesleyan. So i i hear that Richard alpert is coming to give a talk wesleyan. And i've been experimenting on my own. I had a freshman seminar in That was called Freedom in ancient china and india. That was buddhism and taoism. And i loved it. I was into it So that was sort of a contributing piece. I go to here Professor alpert and this guy walks in this is in march in connecticut. You know frozen mud and he walks in barefoot in a white sheet with a long beard and he does not look like a harvard professor and He started talking. And you know. I was there for the wonders of modern chemistry and You mean specifically drags. Yeah no. I wanted to hear what he is it what he was known for his association with Psychedelics and tim leary in their work at harvard millbrook and all of that and that was still fresh. It was still you know happening. Really And i think it was even before Lsd was made illegal moves right around that time anyway but He starts talking about his experience in india and you know his transformation of consciousness through psychedelics and then meeting maharaja and when he started talking about marriage something shifted in me and i. I can't entirely describe this but it was subtle and it was more like One of these changes in a point of view again like that experience. I'd had sitting by the ocean where you shift from feeling like you're the center of the universe to being a grain of sand on the beach. That's such a beautiful way to put that. Well it's i think that's the reality. We are yeah. No that is the re. I think everybody. I mean i think science everything would agree. We have the perception. Yeah the world is happening to send for us and around us when really we are. We are the world quote the eighties but we are the world so that happens again not with breathing from listening. Yeah and rhonda's spoke from. I think seven or seven thirty in the evening until three in the morning. Wow that was the all nighter kind of the next morning I knew the people that he was staying with because they had been students of his Later i find out that he had done his master's degree in psychology at wesleyan. Where i was and that was how he came back there because some of his students who had been a graduate teaching assistant for Were by then teaching psychology at wesleyan and they invited him to come and he stayed over with them and the next morning i i went over to talk to him because i wanted more than i love. One of my favorite roundup stories as you would guide people through lsd trips. And then how. This like complete merging. I don i obviously not sexual like a spiritual emerging and he said it was a great line because goes the problem was that'd be like what are you doing next saturday. It'd be going around. I'm basically again not physical lovers but levers like spiritual people that had been touched in their heart by the mystery and from their perspective through him you know they. They hadn't found the cat food under the sink to use another story so he was their connection and then he was like. I can't see all these people. It's in the rolling stone article too. I can't answer all this mail. Like yes male would come in and it says in the article in rolling stone. He's like he considers sending out amman monolith a xerox of note. That says please just please just send one letter every couple of months. I can't. I can't keep up but i mean this is part of ramdas his story when you're the tip of the spear in the west every i mean. We were still doing it at the retreat. You wanna go talk to them. You wanna go sit with them you want you want some sort of contact from a guy who keeps going around saying it's in you it's here. It's it's with us but like the other. He used that description of himself as the you know. You have to be a certain age to get this one. But the charlie mccarthy doll you.
"a. da" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"I would be like. Where's christ where's krishna. Where where's any of it. Because and please not jack cornfield to me is a bacteria in his own way. I know he's from the buddhist tradition. But i was always ranting. And i'm putting this to you for your thoughts and i was like if you listen to rhonda's talk you can't pin them down. It's one of the funny things about him. He'll he'll go here he'll go there. He'll go. I was like and then we come here and we learn about the void and i know there's overlap i know there's a lot of buddhists that are very devotional you i mean you're it. Yeah and have people like jack and joan halifax is such a complete love. Yes i have. Sharon you know these. These folks deepen the love side of buddhist absolutely but and they go ahead. Well i you know. I wasn't thinking specifically of buddhism. It sort of says interconnection of Which i think ramdas really representative of compassion and wisdom and of devotion and detachment You know which came from his bug-eyed of gita studying and that was where what rob maharaja really pushed us into a lot too. And you know his. We're mostly a bunch of jewish guys around muhajeeden. He was talking to us about christ. Right which louis all kind of away right now. You know ten thousand miles away from home. And i'm wearing a cross around my neck is that you took into it. You did yeah. You didn't know it was really. I mean on some days. We were Ramdas would read the bible aloud and we'd be sitting up on the verandah of the evelyn hotel and ninety tall on the days that maharaj wouldn't allow us to Come to the audra or at least we We took that admonition seriously anyway other later after a ramdas left and after i left a apparently he would tell people to leave and they'd sort of walk out the gate and then come back and he didn't mind. Is that right literally. A loophole. you do a loop and be here now okay. He said to leave. I left so now. We're you dealing with a being. That's outside of time. It's sort of hard to catch you on a technical did leave and like i mean. What game was he playing. Anyway i have to feel like you're playing ping pong on his level at that point if you're acting sort of paradoxically or trans rationally like you did leave. And i know maybe you mentally. But now i'm back and if somebody's in the eternal now i mean how could they really mind well. There were some people who are just so absolutely determined to be with him as much as they possibly could that they didn't care. Yeah speaking of the bible. There's a bible story. Jesus it's very confusing. He teaches people to pray. And he likens it to knocking on someone's door at three in the morning for bread like a neighbor and he says you knock and they say go away and then he says then you come back and you knock again. They say go away. And i'm pretty sure i'm getting this right the third time you go and you knock there so aggravated let you get up and they give you. I don't even know if it's bread but it's really kind of confusing but in that way. Sort of groovy teaching. That it's like you know if if you really want it can keep coming back. Wonder if that's where that dylan song of knocking on heaven's door comes. Well there are three. Knox knock knock knock and so it sounds biblical to me. Maybe that was in. Dylan's jesus time you did have that period. Yeah that's so interesting. Well before we we'll we'll get into all of that. I want to. I wanted to tell you something specifically up top. Which i was reading the book this morning i was reading the maharaja part. So are these just met by dos and all these details that i didn't even know even though we've all sort of heard those stories many many times we get to the part where he's meeting maharaj he and i have heard that part before but this is my point. I'm reading it and all of a sudden. I'm getting that feeling and this is a compliment. I hope to your writing and to the heart and the love that you put into it. I started getting that. What we call dr that feeling that when darshan means like it's like a an energy it's hard to put it into words you feel like you're being visited and i'm with my daughter and the only way i can read is i'll put on a cartoon and you should have seen it. It was her name is leila. This was a real leila. She kept taking the book and throwing it And i just. I'm a real softy. I don't like this is my life. I just like she's throwing and she's throwing it. She's going to do the pictures and it looks like she's going to rip them and i'm like i don't even know what the play is here. I feel like these are like holy pictures. Finally i got the book back because she lost interest and just like. When i was sitting with rhonda's his great gift was that i mean one of his great gifts. Was that portal. Here it is ramesh you want. Let's get jewish. This is a mitzvah this mitzvah. It's it's a. It's a gift you polishing the mirror. You're telling these stories Beloved now you're telling me stories here they are again and it doesn't matter it's not the content the story something to realize that the retreat especially after round us getting older and tell these stories it would take take sixty minutes it would take a very long time for him to tell a story and.
"a. da" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
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How Your Story Can Drive Your Success
"Wanna introduce you guys to selene gosling. Welcome hello and thank you for having me today. I've so appreciate you taking those. You guys don't know slim. A story architect author speaker for high-profile entrepreneurs one of the coolest things we're talking about here is really how the debris the soul into your business. Which is one of the fun things for me Especially as he really kind of dive into her expertise in working with entrepreneurs to help them get unstuck She helps her. Class breakthrough plateaus reprogram their minds for success. Most really share their most powerful story with world. They can become confident. Leaders with influence brands. International media coverage in thousands of raving fans. I think the part that. I'm most excited about though is slim loves adventure. She's traveling all over the world. And i think it's really again if she left the corporate america seen She lives her life on her own terms. I was just in puerto rico she. We're talking about visiting friends. John lee dumas. Who's on our podcast just recently. But i think the cool part for me. Selena is having the opportunity of stay time with you to really help. People really understand the difference between the public story and the private story. Yes dive into that anything else. You wanna say so they can get to know your local better not married to today everything that they need to know. It will come through in. Today's that's fantastic. Let's dive right into this. Yeah so if you don't mind. I think the most fascinated by is. I know that i've always kind of hidden my private story. The hardest thing for me is publishing on a regular basis. And i'm trying to do more and more that I think i've gotten better ads becoming much more vulnerable. But i think the problem. I see in a lot of the entrepreneurs that deal with is. It's that private story. It's that space between your ears. That really is preventing the for having success. They really want and most importantly really living the passion that dream they they talk a big story but they don't believe in themselves asset something you've experienced one hundred percent even as the end of the the funny but i would say the most interesting part is that it doesn't matter how successful you are so i worked with six seven eight nine figure enterpreneurs and matter because they keep telling in creating this magnificent story on the outside hiring brand experts like cr- the best copywriters in crafting something so that they can share in their work in their funnels in their websites. And then there's always this lack of coherence between what's being put on the outside and then what you just said which is a story that they're telling
Bruce Arians Gets Super Bowl Tattoo
"68 years old, gets a tattoo. He had a bet with one of his assistant coaches last year before the season began, If we win the Super Bowl You got to get a tattoo. Bruce Arian said Fine. This was back in August. So give Bruce Arians credit 68. He still Frisky enough to get the tattoo. And the tattoos, not a bad one. It's the logo of the Super Bowl numerals. It is it says Tampa Bay Buccaneers with score 31 29. Vince Lombardi Trophy and the Buccaneers logo underneath. Cool. Good. My
"a. da" Discussed on The Body Serve
"But I don't I really don't have any regrets really. Don't I've I've lived exactly wanted to. I've tried my hardest every single time win the matches that maybe I should always wind or. But I really get a mile so that for me is. Hello everybody. Welcome back to the body serve I'm Jonathan and I'm James this is to ten. We are coming toward the end of the WPA season for sure the men still have a bunch of tournaments till to play this episode is a recap episode one that normally it feels like a February episode where you have all those tournaments in South America and. Well tournaments all over the globe on smaller tournaments leading up to the the hard court swing in in the United States. Don't you think? Yeah. Yes. So on the WPA side, this is sort of an anti-climax because the entire Asian swing was canceled. There will be no WTI finals and we just have astravo which just happened and lince and that's it done. Before we get into this this recapping of what's been going on I, want to get you on record as committing to this next episode that we're planning. That I'm trying to get you to try to get you excited about. Hopefully, recorded this weekend. On this episode, we're going to do a segment called yes or mess, and in that vein, it'll be a pop culture episode standalone. Where it's called yes or mess or the popoff Colon yes or mess. I duNNo. It's GonNa be it's GonNa be pop culture topics that we talk about and decide whether it's a yes moment or a mess moment. Nothing too long hopefully like a thirty forty minute format where we just you know pop off also Halloween is coming up on Saturday I don't know that this weekend but I, can do something I grew up I could do a little segment on like favorite Halloween movies while that's. On the agenda because there's a timely news, you clearly read that agenda I've skimmed it you skim. No I'm talking about horror movies. I saw one. The Halloween movie hocus pocus yet. That is the one that's we're going to be tug at about which for for Millennials, it is the holiday movie period of any holiday. I saw a gay on twitter who is younger than us doesn't take much to be younger than on these days. On the twitter sphere who said that he had just watched Hocus pocus for the first time in his life. and. That was it's not often you find truly startling new. Oh, I thought you were going to say intimate anymore he hated it. No. I'll just the fact that he hadn't seen it as a gay. Anyway so look out for that. You know the past month or so of two Grand Slams back to back a few masters tournaments. Tennis getting back has been very exhausting. Imagine what it's like to actually play and something that we've seen in the last couple of weeks. A lot of players are talking more expansively about what the mental and emotional toll playing pandemic has been. Maria Saturday talked about that today Victoria as Rankin talked about that. It's it's so much more than just. Just training, it's taking up the tests, the warring whether or not you're positive for a lot of these tennis players they believe in this whole false positive thing being rampant. The worry about whether you're going to be kicked out of a tournament unwarrantedly it has happened that was like Mariah Carey adverb right there. Yes. Unwarranted League. She of abandoned Lee. Yes. It is my one and my right. To make upwards as I go provided, the meaning is conveyed as a yes it was. But, a lot of these players are also traveling with children which adds an entire new dimension or they're traveling without their children, which is also difficult. Debbie GAFA talked about this a couple of weeks ago, and then he subsequently tested positive. It's it's a lot for the players right now I think sometimes you have to flee the country you're in illegally higher your private jet and landed an undisclosed location. Where the world is Samuel Query Novia it is. It was A. Mind Lastingly Wild Story. And hat tip to an Marseille. One of her longtime listeners who went and checked flightpaths after the story broke. And provided evidence or educated guesses where he could have landed. Well, there was this one private flight that left the morning of unfortunately we don't have a day new to the story yet, but we'll talk about this a bit later I. WE'RE GONNA recap the results over the past few weeks we went from having no tennis for so long to happening all the tennis in such a short period of time and one of the players who played the most since was options. Alexander's and he's done some of the most winning. Yes. He's one to colognes. What does he smell Eric? ha ha ha ha. I saw so many headlines, making Cologne jokes after he won those tournaments and I thought there were so cheesy Germans must be like, why do you call it that the city is called Kurt. A lot of folks were wondering why are we having a Cologne one and Cologne to is to buy aisher was see can I take my false impression? I thought that Cologne one and two were two different opportunities for different groups of players to gain points and money. Apparently, that is not the case. Well, it was an opportunity for players to gain points and money just not different groups. Right. I didn't realize that the same group of players could could play both. These five tournaments were announced as additions to the Calendars Ostrava, and on the W., t., which happened this week as while the to Cologne events, and then there was also Sardinia which happened. And the Kazakhstan event, which is happening now to coincide with the Borat premier. Well mackey. McDonald. was like listen how many actually watch the Premiere Borat while income extent? Back to this these clone events, it was weird in that there was a confusion with it been Cologne one in Cologne too, and then there was the actual official names of events which was confusing as well the Cologne indoors, and then the Cologne championships both sponsored by bet one hulks. So was the bet one hoax indoors and the bet one hoax championship Cologne one Cologne to, and you're thinking well wise abetting company sponsoring these two events if you're an idiot like I was, and then you realize that it's a like a betting company mattress company bedding. Bedding as. Opposed to. Betting I.
"a. da" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"My little twists and stuff So for me to die. onstage. In the place where I'm typically most comfortable. If. Felt it felt very intrusive. Like it almost felt is the feeling that people describe like when someone breaks into your house and you come home. And like the house is all messed up issues that feeling of knowing someone else was in your space right? It touched you things they went through your drawers. Type of feeling I felt violated. Asthma attack I felt I was pissed for a while like how dare you write lifelong approach me while I'm at work. Doesn't. Come here. Is Rude. Okay. That's probably. Not Invited I. Remember I tried out for basketball team when I was a kid. I thought I had I was outgrowing it a little bit. So I was probably about fifteen or so because I grew it at about like seventeen eighteen and my family, my dad, my dad and my brother big basketball I play basketball brother played a hostile audience yet but I couldn't really I couldn't play when I was reading books play Video Games shakes I'm like I'M A. Da, but but I finally got strong enough I was like, okay I'm playing basketball neighborhood. I'm going on the fight I'm like I can I can do this and finally that man I had asthma attack enough. I fucking practice like the one where you just like a just getting initiated was like all right before we play ball because you know my mom like I'm not sure. I'm good at basketball. So we get I can't wait to play basketball. He's like I put the balls now. Before we play ball everybody running twenty laps I'm just like I'm a DA is. Like Had, asthma attack and I remember being like this. She is so cruel because I just wanted to hang with the boys I. Just wanted to kick it. I didn't want to be. The best, I just wanted to be around and make it through. Initiating. Housing they're like, well, I guess my mom can go ahead and pick me up. Host..
"a. da" Discussed on Ideas
"His death, Leonardo Da Vinci remains famous for his genius, his breathtaking art and his astonishingly inventive mind historian Elizabeth Abbott argues that his private life, and his professed celibacy give us a fascinating Porto into the way sexuality was understood and practiced in the renaissance the lectures. She delivered at Carleton University in Ottawa is called spying on Leonardo the worst, cautious and zigzagging stages of Leonardo Davinci's celibacy. Head to our website CBC. Dot Ca Slash ideas to see the images. We'll be discussing in the second half of the program. And just another note of warning. This episode includes explicit discussions of sex and sexuality, which may not be suitable for all listeners. Elizabeth Abbott Asserts that Da Vinci was celibate yet he deeply admired male beauty, and surrounded himself with beautiful men, including his Muse and protege, a young man. He took into his household named Sallai. Effectively raise Selah, who became his assistant including. Painter painter was quite a good painter to his companion Emmanuel. Wednesdays and some with with the that he was his. His lover, but I prefer describe him as the keeper of Leonardo's erotic fantasies. I don't think that they actually had sex with him. We in are tolerated. Undocumented intolerable thievery, a wallet stolen stolen from Footman Sobre stylus from the guest, a piece of expensive hide that Sally sold to a call to buy NFC Candy Sally stranded about at the head of a credit. Beautiful students because Leonardo favourite beauty in one acquaintance called satellite insufferable. Neither did more than tolerate Selah. He drifts to lavishly a doll, often pink and Dan defied clothes such as he personally favoured extravagant stockings and twenty four pairs of shoes. was awful lot of shoes back in the renaissance. It is at any point in time. He also shares close truck with sally any treated him indulgently like a father, a spoiled beloved son, and he understood his obligations and Salah as a mentor, a senior protector counselor sage understood that. This. Indicates a profound attachment to sell. It does not mean that Leonardo had sex with him. Now.
"a. da" Discussed on Minha Opinião - Goste dela ou não
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"a. da" Discussed on Brotherhood Academy Radio
"Know if you've listened to her podcast. Yeah so yeah. This is cool this one hundred and It happened quick. I think probably because doubling up each week but Carl you inspired me the other day with your what are you guys. GonNa call it your Thursday tone drop or something like that came up with a good one. What was it turned drug? Did that actually want to release it? Now that's almost won't happen. I if I can find it. We can still drop. I think by the time we ended up looking at the audio. It was a by like two to three weeks after we had done. The other episodes doesn't intimidate certain. Excuse well I think it was a good episode because it was more on a serious note and it was. It was like what I'm into the personal development. I mean you kind of touched on a lot of that also inspired me. I was like we should do a segment on that too. But I'm not going to cost you guys lake. How you're like. Oh snowed no and then we just put out A. Da should burn. Have Speed Service. Loads of people commented on the quite funny. I was just listening to I just finished listening to Gary and it was just the whole things in there and I was. Just everything's right perspective and if we were all talking about probably would have been good right but by positively making some different changes. Think Yup Yup for sure. I thought it was really good. Guy Should keep up with really. You can boost up numbers and all that stuff. You know how we're going to start doing. I said I sits there like if we give everyone access to the. It's really easy you headset in. And if you've got something on your mind you think can speak to everyone. Just we'll post this railway no Straight rule form was good. It is started doing some of the Wednesday ones. Just in the truck stole the buds in something on my mind and go and record it. I think sometimes like again. I don't know about you guys. We we tend to wing it. I don't know if you've noticed but we tend to wing it fairly well had into. Yeah I think it works well like we head into the studio we sit we for maybe thirty minutes to four hours and then we decided to hit record. Bud whatever comes out comes out and then we post it. It turns out quite well. We did that for sure stuff too. I think you're right. I think it would have a good impact. Stuff is being As being winging it not not planning we try to plan for a while looking better when we wing it has to happen. Organically it does. Yeah yeah it sounds like more a position than otherwise it sounds really drive. Your GonNA dollars script than we've ever done but I think that's why a lot like when we go back and recap calls recap training. I think that's why it comes out so well hearing about this time..
"a. da" Discussed on The Wolf's Den
"An event was the price of the of the U.. You take five thousand bucks okay. Yeah it was five. Well there's two it was a general mission at the time was like I think three thousand bucks and VIP was five. And I mean we literally just did this not even knowing what we're doing you know but so many people bought tickets the first day and we had such a big property sales to learn how to wholesale real estate. Okay so you know. Let me take that back. The people they come to my van or people that are already wholesaling real estate but they WANNA come learn how to be a better negotiator. Okay so most of the people that attend the event are guys that are already six figure. Earners he's doing quite well flipping houses but they lack in the negotiation side. There's a lot of people out there teaching like marketing. And you know that type of thing right but not a lot. A lot of people teaching how to negotiate with the seller negotiate these deals to rock bottom and then had to turn around and sell them for top dollar to a buyer. Let's get into that. Let's talk about that right now. From your our perspective you have a system that you've created for this. Yeah so what we say the five steps to successfully in negotiating property. What would they be? Step one step one would be opening which would be to be specific like building rapport. Right you know doing your homework on who you're calling. You know like like if you came through my funnel. I would look you up on facebook facebook or instagram. Trying to figure out everything about you before I called you that way that way when we get into talking. I know it's like I got ammo. I can relate to you. I know what you like what you don't like. What are some of the things that you'd typically find not person you call so I mean person? What are they like well? Typical people post their whole lives on facebook. I'm sure you agree. I'm just about everybody's all over facebook so we look at people. Be You know these are people that submitted our web form right. I tell my guys look at them. I see if you can find any kind of common ground and make conversation with you know. Do they like trump. Do they hate trump. Do they like dogs. They hate dogs you know. Do they have a charge jacket on anything right. Kinda like we're gathering Intel about who were calling so then when we call we try to keep it you know as organic as we can but you know we talk and get the conversation rolling and at some point you know which to get the conversation going about the dogs or whatever it is that we've seen to build that instinct connection right okay. So step one would definitely definitely be rapport and opening up the customer. Step two we move into what we call urgency. So are we we call it. Urgency are now factor. But a reason why they gotta make a decision now because everybody wants to think about it you know. Selling the house is a big deal. Most people don't sell allison impulse. You know what I mean so we try to get them a little bit of urgency with you know. It's the beginning of the month the end of the month in our. We'll have money we don't have mine. There's always a reason why we got to get the deal done now. So we go opening urgency. Then we go to like intelligence gathering we gotta find out about the property. Um and we take our time on because we really want to make sure we're getting properties that are GonNa fit our end buyers. Well we don't just want to like put properties under contract and waste people's time then not be able to sell it because everybody pissed off right. It's bad business. So we really take our time gathering intelligence about the property trying to figure out what the situation is. Most of these houses have a situation. Nation tenants not paying someone died in the property. Someone's divorced or something like that right. So yeah we gather the intelligence about the data about them property right and then at that. That point is when it's time to start talking numbers so most people that teach this in the industry. They teach what they call a maximum allowable offer which means basically you take the value of the house you minus out the repairs and the holding costs and all those things and you figure out. What's the most you could pay in order to get the deal and then sell it to somebody else? I don't really like that. You know I was always taught in negotiation. You know you. Don't show your hand. I you always want to get the number out of the other party. That type of thing right. And so we don't do. Maximum allowable offers I train my guys to suggest be relentless in China get a number out of the cellar. Because you know you never know if someone's willing to take in and to them it's worth what's worth I mean I tell people all the time you never gonNA get one hundred thousand dollar or deal if you don't try to get one hundred thousand dollar deal if you're always doing your maximum allowable offer and then trying to make ten or twenty grand. That's all you're ever GonNa make so what we do. Is We try to get to those numbers and we try to get out of the other person you know. What are you looking at all you know? What your maximum allowable Brisbane? Yeah GonNa make them hopefully come in with a much cheaper number not negotiate against yourself so to speak exactly at least get them to throw the first number and it's like in. The industry is just not taught this way and saw these people that I take under my wing. I teach them how to do it this way. And then all of a sudden they're having record deals you know like like so. What percentage of the time does buyer seller comment with an offer? That's below that so there is a pick common or is it rare. It's not common but when it happens it makes up for a lot of them. That didn't you know so I mean example would be like sometimes we get landlords that are just tired of being landlords. They hate this house. Tenants not opinion they just want to get out of it right and you know there's Times where we're negotiating and it's like okay. So what are you looking at for the place. While I don't know you called me I was hoping you were going to make me an offer and and then I come back while you know war investors making a restaurant at five bucks and go up from there and they laugh and I laugh. You know we just keep playing the game till they finally give me the number usually when they give me the number whatever it is already no. No one's GonNa give their best number FRY right. I mean there's some kind of an anchor of some sort right and so then we re anchor again even lower but at least we got the first number out of them. You know sometimes times it works sometimes it dumb but when it works. It's this home runs. The six figure deals you know rather than like You know let me just figure out what's the most I can pay somebody I give you five hundred fifty thousand thousand. Maybe they only wanted four hundred thousand but you just don't know unless you get it out of them right so you know to sum it all up. I mean that's what we try to teach at the event and with my students this is how to get those numbers out of the people and we follow that five. Step formula right opening then. We got like the urgency or the now factor we got the data gathering. We got the numbers and then it's time to close the deal right. I mean there's many steps inside the steps right but yeah that's the basic formula. Okay and there any types of properties that you think make the best investments like certain number of units of certain areas. You look for for us. We try to stay Four units and down and mainly single family residences. I think the sweet spot for us is houses that are worth four hundred to a million dollars in that range or so those two balloons that and I think it's just because conforming loans. Mostly I mean well for us. We sell them to the guys rehabbing and wouldn't even deal with that part of it. Okay so you're out before we're out before but I think we he liked those houses and those price points because once you get over a million dollars not that we don't do those deals but you know people that have a two million dollar house usually don't want to give it away so to speak are they. You know they might not be in the same financial situation as someone with cheaper house right. It's a bigger decision to to cut bait with a two million dollar house on five hundred thousand dollar house right so I think that's why in our backyard over over here in riverside houses are usually less than a million dollars just about anywhere and they probably average four or five hundred thousand. What do you think about the importance of you know timing climbing in terms of the market that you know they're good times to invest in real estate bathtubs? We think it's irrelevant. Just just keep stay. The course played for the long term. which which what you're doing that? Well I guess guess it depends on what what area of real estate so specifically with what I do with wholesale real estate. The market don't matter it's more like running a pawn shop right. It's like people are always going to be getting in jams and needing to sell their properties. We're looking for all in. Yeah I mean nobody else is GonNa WanNa House for half of what is worth right. I mean it's just like a pawnshop it's the same reason you see rolexes at a pawnshop someone gonna the jam and they had to sell their watch fast. A lot of these people we deal with. It's divorce or bankruptcy or someone died or someone just inherited houses. You know our foreclosure thumb type of distress. It makes them sell cheap so theoretically logically makes perfect sense to me right. We think these are incredibly crowded market. Though like in other words aren't there just a Astronomical number of people play the same game. It's not so you invented rally. It's been around for. I was again real estate. Buying right funds things that people are waiting at the bank for all it would just seem that. It's not something it's it's an easier said than done because in the end of the day it's always supply and demand right. How many people there are you know really anxious to sell and if that that number's acts and if people out there advertisers on the Internet every single year there's more normal people chasing the same amount of properties? It just seemed to be logically. It'd be very difficult to find. These deals is that true or it's not true. It's actually very easy to find these deals. It's definitely not easy you you know. It's definitely like any other business. You GotTa have strong marketing and you know the big guys usually do well because they have the budgets. Strong marketing does define you know. No like being able to advertise in all areas like like in my company. We send direct mail. We advertise on Google. I'm constantly advertising stuff on instagram. We Do Co. Avocado Call Center like saying saying you know..
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"Bedtime history Close Your eyes and think of your day think of some of the objects you saw family friends trees maybe the ball most of these objects are things you are used to but when you were a baby they were very interesting you are curious about everything because it was all new and fresh as we get older many of these things become familiar perhaps not as interesting tonight we're going to learn about Leonardo Da Vinci who is one of the most curious and creative geniuses and recorded history as we learn about him think about how he saw the world differently and how you I see the world differently to Leonardo was born on April fifteenth fourteen fifty two in the country of Italy in a town called Vinci Leonardo Da Vinci Means Leonardo of Vinci the town where he was born he was born during a time that later became known as the renaissance Ons which means rebirth because the way people saw the world was changing dramatically during this time the Medieval Times were over and people are beginning to see themselves as beings who had control over their life in the world and could think differently than those who came before them Leonardo grew up but this father and spent much of his time exploring the land around their home he loved to observe the birds and animals and get lost in the beautiful countryside around the age of fifteen has father noticed he had an interest in a gift for art for this reason his father had him become an apprentice to Andrea Dale Verragio in Florence Italy an apprentice is a student to a master artist at this time Florence was known for its gifted artists and sculptors virtues workshop Leonardo learned from his master how to paint and sculpt sculptors use materials like clay or marble to make grand sculptures Leonardo studied and helped with paintings and sculptures and virtues workshop until he was twenty years old the next step in an artist's life was to join a guild and Leonardo did just that when accepted into the painter's guild in Florence a guild was a group of skilled artists who worked in Matt together at this time He created many an Pencil drawings and technical drawings of weapons and other mechanical devices he was very interested in how things worked and created new aces he loved inventing things and fourteen eighty two when he was about thirty years old. Leonardo moved to the city of Milan where he worked for the cities Luke Ludovico Sforza there. He created paintings and worked on inventions for the duke the ability to create an improved technical devices it's called engineering and Leonardo was a very gifted engineer he worked for Dukes for for many years there he painted two of his best known works the Virgin of the rocks and the Last Supper depicting Jesus and his twelve apostles he also helped design buildings and gave the Duke engineering advice for his army one of Leonardo's other biggest projects was a huge twenty four foot bronze horse for Duke spores that he spent twelve years designing it out of clay which would be a mold to be turned into bronze unfortunately before they could pour the metal into the mold to finish the horse sculpture the project was stopped because war started and the metal had abused for cannons instead of the Horse in day someone decided to get together the money to finally build the Horse Leonardo had always wanted if you ever visit Milan Italy you can see it today after the war dukes four zero was is no longer duke so Leonardo stopped working for him the Leonardo continued working in his workshop in Milan and soon had his own students and apprentices hundreds of French army invaded and took over Milan so Leonardo left and went to Florence where he had been an apprentice as a young man in Florence he painted his famous painting the Mona Lisa.
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