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"aaron wagner" Discussed on The MFCEO Project

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"aaron wagner" Discussed on The MFCEO Project

"Is they tested masked and unmasked people both healthy and people that were positive for covid. So if you look here these are people that never wore masks. Okay and then. These are people that always wore masks and the people that always wore masks. Seventy seventy point six percent of them back cove covert or some other illness in the environment. Where people who never wore mass wrong three point nine percent. This is the logic back to the grocery store in my brain just sitting simply observing right. You're on touching everything touch everything store touch gas pump touch everything. If you know coexist you constantly tushar masks constantly touch him a. We are putting it into this environment. And it's on your hand and you're putting in front your face. Then you hang your mask and review meal then you touch your mask on your hands. It's real. i think that's a moot point. I think this whole thing. And i'm not denying that covert is not a real fucking thing but this is an entire fuck job on the data. That's it. yeah we can talk about all the mask and this and that and this and this but it really isn't irrelevant conversation because the fucking flew doesn't exist right now we know. That's bullshit okay. They've created they've taken. What would be a normal death cycle per year and called it something else and panicked the entire country for the reason of what you said in the first thirty seconds of the show which is a political power. Grab which is what i said over. I said this fucking december two thousand and nineteen. I told you guys coming. They were going to try to do something to crash the fucking economy to get trump out because they don't fuck and like him because he's not one of them you guys all think. Oh well you're just trump dick sucker. No i'm not dude. I'm just telling you what i see like dude it's their man and peop- and we had this issue now where we've empower people who have never had responsibility or power in their life to regulate you right like we just talked about this. A whole 'nother topic. I'm about to get on. I was having dinner with aaron wagner the other night and we were talking about business because we're business guys and all these big companies the targets the walmarts that and a lot of these little companies have empowered their lowest level beginner employees to literally fucking attack their customers for not wearing a mask or not complying with no training and from a business standpoint. You guys who owned businesses which is the that's the core of the show. The core of the show is business. Owners you guys don't even understand that you've you've already wrecked your business. You just haven't seen it yet because those people that you harassed that did an educated themselves on the data like myself and lots of others like me. In fact remember what i said about arizona. Three hundred one. There's a lot of people who are wearing the masks. The no. it's bullshit because they don't want you to fuck harass them. Those people that you were asked empowered your ten dollar twelve dollar an hour. Entry level people to harass. Yes what motherfuckers. They're not coming back to your business and you've ruined and cut your own throat and that's gonna come back to bite a lot of guys in the ass and a lot of these big companies. Yeah they'll probably survive. But i can tell you right now. I'm going to be looking for other alternatives for the rest of my life. They're going to survive because they were never impacted the close everything else. I'm okay let them stay vaccine. I got what i got. So.

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"aaron wagner" Discussed on The MFCEO Project

The MFCEO Project

11:36 min | 1 year ago

"aaron wagner" Discussed on The MFCEO Project

"When you have someone like you sell or like me who are inherently very demanding of our people standards especially in certain situations. Like business like dude. I don't fucking ask for people to be perfect. I expect them to be perfect. It's not a fucking ask it's A. It's a requirement to be around me. Okay sometimes guess what. Most of the time what are they. They're not perfect. I also understand that all right but what I'm saying is. Is that when you look at yourself like a lot of people? Think Oh dude you guys are just fucking your you have unreasonable standards for no the reason that we have those standards on others is because the standards that we hold for ourselves are actually way fucking higher. You know what I mean so when you when do look out to be real. I didn't figure this out until recently you know one of the reasons I've struggled with being down is because dude I fucking thing. I'm a piece of shit because my standards are so fucking high that do it would be impossible to live to them and possible and I was talking to one of my friends. Aaron Wagner whose very very smart successful man guy respect lot good friend great friend okay and we were talking about it and the truth is is like that's also part of being a human is figuring out how to be imperfect but also not to destroy yourself because you are you know what I'm saying. Oh absolutely I was just telling somebody the other day that The the account of God created humankind is very insightful. Like in the book of Genesis where he takes dust from the from the ground any forms it into human being and he breathes into it the breath of life which is the Hebrew word. Sounds like a Klingon word. It's rock it's it's the spirit of God and to me. That's the perfect thing we need to remember that we are given the spirit of goddess human beings. We have huge potential. We can do everything we put our minds to but the end of the day we're also dust we're also made from the ground we're also finite so it's holding that tension of who we are as human beings that we're capable of so much but we are after all just human and it's a it's a basis of humility like the spirit part of it gives us a little sense of swag but we have to remember that we're dirt it's like that that Well with what? Is it the Kansas Song that you keep? It's in the wind right years. It's hard as fuck to be humble when you're actually good at being humble when you're a normal motherfucker walking around the face of the earth that ain't nothing to brag about. Like what the fuck have you done right? What have you done to be humble about? You got to be good before you could be fucking humble. That's what people don't understand and another thing I want to hit on this. Since we're on this fucking talk of of spirituality. Why is it? These people will d m me or you or other people and say. I can't believe that you believe in God and use the word fuck or I can't believe that you know you You you say your spiritual but you know you also like Naked Women. La like dude. What the fuck are you guys talking about? First of all motherfucker. If I remember correctly in the ten commandments one of them is thou shall not what judge you know what I'm saying like apple are so ignorant of their own hypocrisy that's a commandment that's not one of the Ten Commandments. But it's one of them. Oh is it. It's it's it's in the Bible but we'll see I don't know that's why you're here day. Look I don't know all the ends and outs it's it's cool but it's in there. I take it as a pretty strong fucking suggestion. But yeah and you know up. That's that's another thing that's hard. It's hard not to judge motherfucker safe right but dude again weird to me that in Christian culture what people like how often they fucking judge other motherfuckers. Like what are you doing like this goes against the foundation of your fucking beliefs. It was crazy as it's it's usually two extremes it's either people who see 'cause. I don't think people really understand even what it's meant by. Don't judge because for one thing it's clearly not saying that we can't ever evaluate someone's actions possible not to. Yeah you're you're but that's not what Jesus not saying Har- We can't evaluate people's actions. What Jesus says judge not lest you be judged meaning you better be really careful pointing a finger at somebody else. Because there's another million it's GonNa come around the glasshouse. Don't Iraq right. You know what I'm saying. I mean that's essentially what he's saying. Is it again you had the you have the extremes? You have the people who are always going around telling condemning other people for the way they live here and they're not looking at their own lives and the you know. The the the the word picture that Jesus uses is that there are people who walk around trying to take a little SPEC out of people. people's eyes when they've got a plank in their own way and that's that's what he saying. Don't do that. But then the other aspect of that. The other extreme is people. Who who like for instance. If you were to evaluate somebody like say literally. Hey there are ways that you need to prove your life. Then they say oh. Don't judge me well. They're wrong too because it's okay to call people to account it's okay to say to people. Hey listen the way you're living maybe needs a little bit of improvement. It's just a spirit in which we do that right right you know. That's what's funny is that I feel like sometimes unsuccessful people accuse successful people of judging them simply because a successful people might say well. Listen IF YOU WANNA if you WANNA be where I'm at you gotta work. Oh you're just judging. You're judging me. I'm just telling you how things are. I'm speaking to the people who want that life right. If you don't want it cool right. I don't care you know what most of my fucking friends most of my friends are in completely different economic fucking bracket than. I'm in true false true most of my friends. Okay do I fucking judge that judge my fucking friends? That don't make as much money as me. I'll give a fuck there my friend but ironically when you drive your Bentley into the gas station you get flipped off. Why because that person is judging you drive event because it ain't baller okay. Sorry when we're we're going to judge my standards instruction accurately okay. What is it when they see room? That's a Rolls Royce Rolls Royce different levels of balder them by the way if you have to go to the emergency room. I recommend being taken in a Rolls Royce. Sequoia Affairs Feeler. It's so choice. I highly recommended but I know but the point is is coupon for a exactly but the point being people when they flip you off for that. Ironically that's them judging you that's them saying you must think you're better than I because you're driving odd role. Ship do really looked off in a car almost every time I drive it when I was with somebody pull he sought. We got on camera lady pulled up and fucking yelled and screamed at me. Yeah Yeah because dude. It's here's why because when people see a Lamborghini or a Ferrari or fucking cool porsche. They think all that's cool when they see a fucking Rolls Royce. They think that guy's fucking that guy's got a dick. Yeah it's a selfish car. They think yeah but they don't realize if you've ever drove a Rolls Royce. You fucking get it. Yeah I'm pretty sure the time that you've got off those in the TDF now. It was in the career gt for that. But that what you saw happen. That happens. All the time in the roles. None of the. It's very I've never actually had to happen in any other are about the roles this is kind of goes back to the forgiveness thing for me though like in my brain. I've learned I do when I if I get hate. I literally don't even I don't even let it in. I don't even bother me but I've learned like it's been one of my strengths is like I don't listen to the noise. You don't let the noise bother me. I don't care but I've also learned that that doesn't that means I can't bring the noise I don't cast on people. They can do it or fuck they want. This is what I've learned about life like you go make whatever fucking decision you. WanNa make for yourself. Ju- life you can do whatever you want with. It is my life. I'M GONNA do whatever I want to do with it. Will Andy you mention. You mentioned that their strength in forgiveness and I quote that I've always loved as is Martin Luther King Junior's quote I will I will hate no man. I will not give him that power over me and I think that's a that's a great way to add an attitude to have about it because if you really enslave to hate or unforgiveness. That's exactly what you are. You're in slave till then you start you've got going over your brain right. You're going to get them back in. Like I know what man I don't. I was telling hinder the day. I'm going to get back to swimming because swimming is allowed me to process a lot of things. 'cause it's just me and I get to talk to myself like in the crazy way you know. Today today's crazy thought this morning when swimming I started thinking about. This is about living right like what happens if you come back. You know whatever if you come back and you're the person that you did the most wrong to like the most ill-will decision that you made against somebody you gotta go live that decision start fig about. I know and you start. Then you start thinking about in the pool and you start thinking about. You know like everything. You've done all man. I gotTA start taking this every fucking decision in life. I gotTA start living towards that way because now that I think it because your point about believing it now maybe it's a reality fucking. I got up my Goddamn game. I know that's crazy. Talk and people were like what the fuck is that. Oh No I think that's fucking actually really intelligent way to think because if you could actually take other people's perspective into into account before you make a decision it's going to affect them. I think you make better decisions. Of course yeah. That's why I believe a good business deal is one. That's good for the customer and it's good for the other parties involved. Come on motherfucker. I seen you negotiate with kids in Mexico for chocolates for free. That's a good deal for that. I got I got twenty grand off the Jim Alber furniture. I will say this you. You're great negotiator. And I'm teasing. What Sal does Mexico actually because people are going to be fucking Dick move? The truth is is what he does. Is he negotiates. What the kids real fucking hard to the point where they're ready to give the Chiklis for Free. And then he pays the real price awesome and they teach them a lesson is a little lesson but things go to Mexico when we go to Mexico and talk to the local people that are working the shops and stuff. 'cause they always you know it's a deal it's like you're going to make the deal. You've everybody wants to win. But what what I think is cool it. Both of us have done this. A million times is we'll negotiate the deal with those guys and then we'll pay what they ask the first time so it's like it's it's fun and they're always like super appreciative like it. I don't know it's one of my favorite. That is Mexico that is awesome. So I'M GONNA stop. Yeah I was going to run the Goshi. Eight with the mother is going to wrap it up pretty much. Yeah Okay we'll do that I was GONNA do He he mentioned maybe wanting to do predictions for the Super Bowl. But when this posts will be after so we'll have to say these are predictions. We don't know if they came true. But you know all the will be weird..

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"aaron wagner" Discussed on Comments By Celebs

Comments By Celebs

09:03 min | 1 year ago

"aaron wagner" Discussed on Comments By Celebs

"It's like you can be grateful and also be hurting right. It's like a very common. The two can act absolutely coexist. Okay best part of the interest of fucking interview. Suzanne says and by the way. I'm sure you've picked up by now. Haley sitting right there so you see him talk in her off camera and you can tell that she's in the room so Zane says. When did you realize it was time for you to reconnect with Halley? I felt there was a lot of resolution in my life. I'd seen her at an event. I saw a senior with the baby and something just clicked and I was like wow. She's the one I kind of cluttered on my pass and I was able to see really clearly and I just seen her across the room she was holding a baby and I had just seen the nurturing look in her eyes towards this baby and I was like I want the mother of my children to look at a baby the way she was and just the way she was carrying it and I just had seen something so special and I was like I walk that and I knew she could offer that to me. Fuck me up by the way a credit that part can tell you why though. I'm always with the baby like so what I just like the one time. That was only baby. It wasn't with Justin. I was in that room holding a baby with Daffy me when I be fucking off camera guy. Say something what we talk about. All the time with Haley is her maternal tendencies. Well there's a lot of projection there that he that wasn't about him wanting a mother of his child that's about him wanting someone to be maternal towards him but do we not always talk about the way that she is with kids like. It's not like any girl holding a baby that is a really mature even if it was a projection and even if it was him doing it for his own sake subconsciously without even realizing it for twenty three twenty four year old man or boy honestly to recognize that that is equality in somebody that he wants. A wife is a really mature standpoint. It is especially for Justin who's maturity I think is sometimes very mixed and sometimes he does act a little bit more mature and sometimes you act a lot less mature than you would expect him to for him to look at Haley. No one moment. Because she's holding a baby and he can see a nurturing looking her. That is a huge huge thing for him. Yeah and no. I totally agree with you. And I think that you're I mean you're obviously totally right about the projection thing. But it's both like which will get into a little bit later. His upbringing and how at times he really didn't feel like his parental figures were nurturing. The way he wants to be towards his kids totally that was there so I think he's longing for it himself but also you know he wants to have kids. He wants to have kids young. It's something he's spoken about constantly so I think that those are qualities he's going to look for in a partner. Yeah totally was good one. So they're talking about the proposal. Zane asks him if he was nervous before he popped the question. He said that you know he goes. I was in. My parents. Were never married so I never really got to see what that looked like. And he said he was unsure if he could do it and he felt like it was God saying that he's GonNa show him how he can do. It and I didn't realize that his parents were never married. They were just divorced early on. They were together Like in the beginning when they first had them and then they broke up when he was very I think when he was like one. Maybe I remember that I. Let's just this wasn't in the interview but we did a little bit of additional research because I felt like it was important to bring some context here. So you know. He talks a little bit about his relationship with his parents. And saying that you know his dad's married he's doing a great job and Zane asks if he feels like he can sit down with his parents and have a conversation where he's really open with them and Justin says that he's in the process of getting there but right now all he wants for them is to play the role in his life. His Mom and Dad. Let's go. I feel like it's important to just give a little background on his parents so his parents they had him. His Dad was nineteen and his mom was eighteen and his mom wrote a book where she kind of outlines a lot of these struggles that she had in her life and she says that her childhood was dominated by sexual abuse and violence and she was. I molested around each three and from everyone who was a male babysitter the grandfather of one of her friends and some of the neighborhood kids and she talks about this abuse happening from the time she was three until she was fourteen followed by incident of date rape at age. Fifteen she says quote. I was sexually violated so many times that as the years went by began to feel normal. It's a strange marriage. Knowing something is wrong at the same time. Finding it familiar commonplace. Took a really powerful statement. Yeah like we're going through all this because Justin alluded to it but he didn't say specifics about like the struggles at his parents have had in their lives. And why potentially they why they're parenting. I guess suffered as a result of some of the unresolved trauma. I guess is part of the reason right and she talks in her book about beginning to use drugs at fourteen alcohol. We'd LSD talking about shoplifting. She vandalized school property by starting a fire in a bathroom and suspended from school and when she was fifteen years old that's when she started a relationship with his dad. Jeremy and it lasted for four years. She I mean she left home when she was sixteen at Seventeen. She attempted suicide by throwing herself in front of the truck which led to she had to do a stint in a mental facility. And that was the time where she really became in touch with her. Faith Right that's when she credits like becoming a Christian right. She really like. Yeah so after her release from this Mental Hospital. She rekindled friendships. That kind of weren't didn't help her in becoming faithful and this when she reconnected with Jeremy so six months later she became pregnant and she gave birth adjusted in March First Nineteen Ninety four in Ontario one month. Four hundred nineteen th birthday so they were you know hip. His Mom and dad were friendly but they were not dating after this. They were never together throughout his life right. Yeah it's interesting because we were talking about the relationship that he has with mom and the way he talks about her now versus the way he talked about her in previous interviews. And if you remember from like the never say never days and a little bit earlier. Justin wanting to interview without. Bring up his mom. He wrote a song about her. He talked about you. Know How she was this amazing single mom and of course. That's still true. This amazing single mom who was such a power in his life in such a force in his life and really helped him navigate and really credit so much of his childhood to her and so much of the person that he is to her and her strain but when he talks about her. Now it's very interesting. He doesn't say a whole lot and he doesn't allude to positive things not that he's saying negative things about her but he talks about a lot of dysfunction a lot of Not Feeling maybe secure in his home and what we were saying we were talking about this earlier was that it sounds like you know from all this healing. That he's done from what he went through. That a lot of stuff about his childhood probably came out in therapy and it feels like he's dealing with that now and sounds like there's this air of resentment there or something along those lines and just feels different. The way he talks about her yeah. I don't even know if it's resentment as much as it is clarity like I think for so long. That's his normal right. Like he didn't know any different and then when he took a step back and started to actually analyze what went on and maybe a therapist could put it into words. Like No. That isn't that isn't actually like normal. And these are things that could have been done differently and protect. Potentially things like this. He started to realize that but also recognizing with alcohol. You can only do as good of a job as you can do like. There's no doubt that his parents were trying to be the best parents that they physically could but the reality of it was that his mama to really hard life Yes so she edition. Now is raising a kid on our own. It's not easy. And I think he recognizes that and I feel like a lot of what he went through. He attributes to not having structure when he was growing up like he talks about. You know the that stage where he was you know really abusing drugs and a lot of erotic behavior and he says you know I didn't grow up with structure the way normal kids. I didn't grow up with household away. A lot of other kids did and it really affects me later and I feel like there's a lot of blame on his childhood now for what happened. Yeah which I think we're going to get into in a second but He didn't say this. Okay so do nothing that I'm saying this but he did talk a little bit about the trust and how he is places trusting people to easily and he made it sound as if there have been some because he said it as a business owner there there have been some financial decisions that were made at the best interest of other people. He didn't say his parents but he yet without saying it and it was a little. We'll get into that but I just. I think that's where we're about to go but I just wanted to say that I recognize that Just catch you up. His Dad has two kids with his previous girlfriend. Aaron Wagner and he has also a kid with his new wife Chelsea be so. Justin has three half siblings. But he's the only one of his mom's children and the only one from both of them also helps parents obviously her dad's Stephen Baldwin Mary to Kenya Baldwin. They met in nineteen eighty-seven they were married in one thousand nine hundred and they have two daughters ally in Halle. They're still together. Yes which just continues to say what we always talk about about. How different brains work. Yeah we.

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"aaron wagner" Discussed on REAL AF with Andy Frisella

REAL AF with Andy Frisella

11:36 min | 1 year ago

"aaron wagner" Discussed on REAL AF with Andy Frisella

"When you have someone one okay like you sell or like me who are inherently very demanding of our people standards especially in certain situations like business like dude. You don't fucking ask for people to be perfect. I expect them to be perfect. It's not a fucking ask it's a it's a requirement to be around me okay. Sometimes I guess what most of the time what are they. They're not perfect. I also understand that all right but what I'm saying is is that when you look at yourself like a lot of people think oh dude you guys are just fucking your you have unreasonable standards for no the reason that we have have those standards on others is because the standards that we hold for ourselves are actually way fucking higher. You know what I mean so when you when do look I would be real. I didn't figure this out until recently you know one of the reasons I've struggled with being down is because dude I fucking thing. I'm a piece of shit because my standards others are so fucking high that it would be impossible to live to them and possible and I was talking to one of my friends. Aaron Wagner whose very very smart successful man guy respect WLAC good friend great friend Okay and we were talking about it and the truth is is like that's also part of being a human is figuring figuring out how to be imperfect but also not to destroy yourself because you are. You know what I'm saying. Oh absolutely I was just telling somebody the other. The day that The the account of God created humankind is very insightful. Like in the book of Genesis where he takes dust from the from the ground any forms it into human being then breezing into it the breath of life which is the Hebrew word. Sounds like a Klingon word. It's rock it's it's the spirit of God and to me. That's the perfect perfect thing. We need to remember that we are given the spirit of goddess human beings. We have huge potential. We can do everything we put our minds to but the end of the day. We're also August. We're also made from the ground. We're also finite so it's holding that tension of who we are as human beings that we're capable of so much but we are after all just human and it's a it's a basis of humility like the spirit part of it gives us a little sense of swag but we have to remember that we're dirt. It's like that that Well what is it the Kansas Song that you keep it's in the wind right years. It's hard as fuck to be humble when you're actually good at being humble when you're a normal motherfucker walking around the face of the earth ain't nothing to brag about like what the fuck have you done right. What have you done to be humble about? You gotta it'd be good before you could be fucking humble. That's what people don't understand and another thing. I want to hit on this since we're on this. fucking talk of of spirituality ability why is it that these people will d Me Or you or other people and say I can't believe that you I believe in God and use the word fuck or I can't believe that you know you You you say your spiritual but you know you also like naked women like dude. What the fuck are you guys talking about? First of all motherfucker. If I remember correctly in the ten commandments one of them is thou how shall not what judge you know. What I'm saying like apple are so ignorant of their own hypocrisy that's a commandment that's not one of the Ten Commandments? But it's one of them. Oh is it not. It's it's it's in the Bible but we'll see I don't know that's why you're here day. Look I don't know all the ends and outs it's it's cool but in there I take it as a pretty strong fucking suggestion but yeah and you know up. That's that's another thing that's hard. It's hard not to judge. motherfucker occur safe right but again it gets weird to me that in Christian culture what people like how often they fucking judge other motherfuckers for some like. What are you doing like this goes against the foundation of your fucking beliefs? It was crazy as it's it's usually two extremes it's either people who see because I don't think people really understand even what it's meant by. Don't judge because for one thing it's clearly not saying that we can't ever evaluate at someone's actions possible not to. Yeah you're you're but that's not what Jesus not saying Har- We can't evaluate people's Actions what Jesus says judge not lest you be judged meaning you better be really careful pointing a finger at somebody else. Because there's another million it's GonNa come around down the Glass House. Don't Iraq right. You know what I'm saying. I mean that's essentially what he's saying. Is it again you had the you have the extremes. You have the people who are always he's going around telling condemning other people for the way they live here and they're not looking at their own lives and the you know. The the the the word picture that Jesus uses is that there are the people who walk around trying to take a little SPEC out of people. people's eyes when they've got a plank in their own way and that's that's what he saying. Don't do that. But then the other aspect aspect of that the other extreme is people who who like for instance. If you were to evaluate somebody like say literally. Hey there are ways that you need to prove your your life then they say oh. Don't judge me well they're wrong too because it's okay to call people to account it's okay to say to people. Hey listen the way you're living maybe needs a little bit of improvement. It's just the spirit in which we do that right right you know. That's what's funny is that I feel like sometimes unsuccessful people accuse who's successful people of judging them simply because a successful people might say well. Listen IF YOU WANNA if you WANNA be where I'm at you gotta work. Oh you're just judging. I mean I'm just telling you how things are. I'm speaking to the people who want that life right. If you don't want it cool right. I don't all care most of my fucking friends. Most of my friends are in completely different economic fucking bracket than. I'm in true false true through most of my friends. Okay do I fucking judge that judge my fucking friends. That don't make as much money as me. I'll give a fuck there my friend but ironically when you drive your Bentley into the gas station you get flipped off. Why because that person is judging you drive event because it ain't baller okay? Okay sorry well let's well we're going to judge my standards instruction accurately okay. What is it when they see room? That's a rolls holes. Were a Rolls Royce. Okay really different different levels of balder them by the way if you have to go to the emergency room I recommend being taken in a Rolls Royce. Sequoia Affairs Feeler her. It's so choice. I highly recommended but I know but the point is is coupon for exactly but the point being people when they flip you off for that ironically. That's them judging you. That's them saying. You must think you're better than I because you're driving. Odd Role. Ship not really looked off in a car almost every time I drive it when I was with somebody pull he sought. We got on camera lady pulled up and fucking yelled and screamed at me. Yeah Yeah because dude. It's here's why because when people see a Lamborghini or a Ferrari or fucking cool porsche. They think all that's cool when they see a fucking Rolls Royce. They think that guy's fucking that guy's got a dick. Yeah it's a selfish car. They think yeah but they don't realize if you've ever drove a Rolls Royce you fucking I can get it yeah. I'm pretty sure the time that you get flipped off those in the TDF now it was in the career gt for that. But that what you saw happen that happens all the time in the roles. None of the. It's very I've never actually had to happen in any other are about the roles this is kind of goes back to the forgiveness thing for me though like in my brain I've learned I I do when I if I get hate. I literally don't even I don't even let it in. I don't even bother me but I've learned like it's been one of my strengths is like I don't listen to the annoys. You don't let the noise bother me. I don't care but I've also learned that that doesn't that means I can't bring the noise I don't cast on people. They can do it or fuck they want. This is what I've learned about life like you go make whatever fucking decision you WanNa make for yourself. Ju- life you can do whatever you want with. It is my life. I'M GONNA do whatever I want to do with it. Will Andy you mention. You mentioned that their strength in forgiveness and I quote that I've always loved as is Martin Luther King Junior's quote I will I will hate no man I will not give him that power over me and I think that's a that's a great way to add an attitude to have about it because if you really enslave to hate or unforgiveness. That's exactly what you are. You're in slave till then you start you've doc in power over your brain you're GonNa get him back there and what man I don't. I was telling hinder the day. I'm going to get back to swimming because swimming is allowed me to process a lot of things because it's just me and I get to talk to myself like in the crazy way you know today. Today's crazy thought this morning when swimming I started thinking about this is about living right like what happens if you come back. You know whatever if you come back and you're the person that you did the most wrong to like the most ill-will decision that you made against somebody you you gotta go live that decision start thinking about I know and you start. Then you start thinking about in the pool and you start thinking about you know like everything you've done all man I gotta start taking this every fucking decision in life. I gotTA start living towards that way because now that I think it because your point about believing it now maybe it's a reality fucking. I got up my Goddamn game aim. I know that's crazy. Talk Menu at the fuck is that oh no. I think that's fucking actually really intelligent way to think because if you could actually take other people's perspective into into account before you make a decision it's going to affect them. I think you make better decisions. Of course that's why I believe a good business deal. There's one that's good for the customer and it's good for the other parties involved. Come on motherfucker. I seen you negotiate with kids in Mexico for chocolates for free. That's a good deal for that. I I got I got twenty grand off the Jim Alber furniture. I will say this you. You're great negotiator. And and I'm teasing. Does Mexico actually because people are going to be Nobles fucking Dick move the truth is is what he does is he negotiates what the kids real fucking can. Hard to the point where they're ready to give the Chiklis for free and then he pays the real price and awesome and they teach them a lesson is a little lesson but things go to Mexico when we go to Mexico and talk to the local people that are working the shops and stuff. 'cause they always you know it's a deal it's like you're going to make the deal. You've everybody wants the window but what what I think is cool. Both of us have done this. A million times is we'll negotiate the deal with those guys and then we'll pay what they ask the first time so it's like it's it's fun and they're always like super appreciative like it. I don't know it's one of my favorite. That is Mexico that is awesome. So I'm a stop. Yeah I was going to run the Goshi. Eight with the mother is going to wrap it up pretty much. Yeah okay. We'll do that I was going to do he he mentioned maybe wanting to do predictions for the Super Bowl. But when this posts will be after so we'll have to say these are predictions. We don't know if they came true. But you know all the will that be weird..

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"aaron wagner" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"aaron wagner" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"G o c d eight l i don't forget to follow us on twitter at dr dahlia an on facebook the knocked the dalai show all right so this is kind of frustrating when you hear something like this you're like oh please lord have mercy don't let this happen to me but an oregon woman has fourteen worms polled from i did you guys here about this is a rare infection where she had four t little baby tiny worms and may have been the first human have contracted this type of parasitic infection that is usually spread by flies is being reported in a uh i guess the american journal of medicine and hygiene back in august two thousand sixteen abby beckley twenty six years old had to have these worms removed from her left eye he was diagnosed with thought lasy i'll go low so it's a type of i worm you regionally see them candle and the northern us and southern canada vote we use we don't cut a citizen humans scientists have the diseases spread by face flies that feed on the tears that lubricate the eyeball vecchi had been course back writing and fishing and gold oregon a coastal cattlefarming area after week of badly in an irritated eyes she pulled out of worm she goes so i pulled my i kind of down like this and a looked at the bottom little crevice and i was like something looks raw baby of a piece of fuzzed stuck there so it like this in a picking motion and i felt a bit of a truly fingers and a pulled out in a little white finger it was a moving work i would've screens i would have liked dr aaron wagner an assistant professor of medicine rent oregon health sides university tell fox twelve that she asked her to keep pulling out the worms because of doctors prescribed medication the warden would die in i and would have be removed the worms were translucent envi the about a half inch at the most in length beckley had no it is a works that are i had no additional sentence of worms route well i wonder if she got to pay are suffering kobe she goes when i was going through it it was like.

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"aaron wagner" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"aaron wagner" Discussed on WJR 760

"With aaron wagner the general manager the baby yacht club about their learn to sail class was sailing you know there's there's a couple of maine things with ceiling is number one is is this skill and the education but number two which is safety hear stories all the time where people get hurt or even don't make it due to drowning or due to lack of knowledge on a boat and for me you know growing up around the water you know you need that that's that's a that's a basic skill and so there's there's many techniques that come with a sailing obviously having the right equipment with lifejackets like this but also having the proper knowledge of what to do in certain situations well that's a real real serious site what about the fund side of this this program talk about some of the things that you i i guess that people can experience and learning these these wonderful techniques i think that's that's the main selling point selling point we don't go out there and say hey joined the sale because there's so many dangers in this so the funds side is you get on the water you learn how to sale is beautiful boats and you know we again we live in a place that is so conducive environment and not only do we sale but afterwards we have parties after each of these sessions so you know we do the adult learn to sail and that's about thirty forty people and so what do you do with the big group of people we have a good time so after the after the event or the class has done they come up to the club and enjoy a night at the club and you know have some camaraderie and fun and you know a lot of the people that do the adult learned to sail or even the junior sale get picked up by a boat owners whether it's here detroit club grosse pointe whatever club it is because that's where they're looking for crew write a lot of these boat owners that need eighteen crew members they gotta find him similar and so the fun part is it's kinda get scouted almost like a professional sport and they say you know we've heard your this in that we'd like you on our boat um i think it's a it's a really neat thing love the water is just wonderful it is absolutely wonderful.

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"aaron wagner" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"aaron wagner" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"How did your dog saw show get hurt all right well here's here's the deal my wife actually gave me detroit my wife was a huge fan of women's figure skip and so when we got the dog last win but we pickup saw show last june are so you're going to win that that the choice before that i had three choices she it should either saw shop which was but not after you a bomb a kids but it's saw sure was so i'm ever to figure skater saw chicago and another one was mal something other after either chinese skater something it so we're not naming the dog now to step because everybody's going to think it's mel state that we're not named the dog now and i don't remember the third dame up because it was even dumber than now but saw shot i saw show was was it's over full name is saw shut aaron is an aaron rogers saw sure aaron wagner i think that's the numbers i think that's what the official thing is on her like american kennel club stuff like that and i will tell you she is some she is absolutely she she is a saw shit you know he but that that the name absolutely fedex okay let's talk to ruston lake geneva roster at six point to beat him well i just merit chris ivory christmas user you know i gotta tell you night create concert what the dog watching football i want to know it just stick that the fireplace got the dog why kids football right right there it's it's perfect fireplace of the clincher matter that you know i'm a shot from like you know all the always wondered what your favorite restaurants a myriad or maybe.

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