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"abreu" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"The promo code part of our program. If not for Facebook group, is always available where we can still hang out, you can still get a few excuse me for who we are. And yeah, that's awesome. And I really just appreciate fire nation when people that come on this show that are my guess are also listeners. And so they resonate with fire nation. They are a part of fire nation and they really hook up fire nation. A strong call to action for you. If you have any desire to learn more about Amazon, at least go check out what max is going to offer you. It's going to be awesome. I know he's going to over deliver there. Seller dash systems dot com. Enter promo code EO fire and just watch that awesome discount pop up right there in front of you. So max just give us one key takeaway that you want to make sure that our audience gets from this masterclass. One key takeaway which is almost like a life lesson for me that has stuck with us from the beginning of the business, we still talk about it with my business partner is that action, Trump's knowledge, you know? And if you take action, you're going to get the knowledge later. You have to look at things like learning experiences at the beginning of our business we made a ton of mistakes, but we almost we would laugh about it every time because we knew it was a learning experience. We would say, oh, that was a $5000 learning experience. That was a more expensive learning experience. That was, you know, and we still do that to this day and I think that's what kept us going because truth is you're going to make mistakes. And as long as you learn from them, you'll keep going and that's what it's all about. Fire nation, action Trump's knowledge. I could not agree more of that statement. There is so much truth in there. And you know this fire nation, you're the average of the 5 people you spend the most time with that you've been hanging out with MA and JLD today. So keep up the heat and head over to eo fire dot com type max in the search bar and the shown on stage for this episode will pop up with all the links. These are the best show notes in the biz with timestamps and everything you can imagine. And of course, the direct call to action is seller dash systems dot com. Enter promo code EO fire for your mega discounts if you want to learn more about Amazon from people who are going into the 8 figure stratosphere. Max, thank you brother for sharing your truth with fire nation today for that we salute you and we'll catch you on the flip side. Absolutely bless you guys. Thanks. Hey, fire nation. Hope you enjoyed our chat with max today. And if you've been saying to yourself, I think I want to start a podcast. Well, good thoughts. So what I want you to do next is to take action because as you know action, Trump's words, and head over to free podcast course dot com. It is free as a podcasting course that will allow you to create grow and monetize your podcast. This is a free course fire nation. I'd love to see you there. Take care. If you're generating 7 to 8 figures plus from your website and you're not doing conversion optimization, you're leaving tons of revenue on the table, visit conversion fanatics dot com for a free proposal today and tell them EOF sent you because traffic without conversions is just sad. The my first million podcast features famous guest discusses how companies made their first million em brainstorms new business ideas based on the hottest trends and opportunities in the marketplace. One recent episode was all about how venture capitalists make money, listen to my first million, wherever you get your.
"abreu" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"You're busy, fire nation is busy. We're all busy people. It's just a reality. I don't like that word busy, but we just like to fill our lives up with stuff. So what a fire nation is like, this all sounds good and all, but what if I don't have time? What if I don't have the time to actually apply all these principles? What is your recommendation then? I hear that all the time. And the truth is that most sellers on Amazon's start part time. You know, the most of the work with Amazon, especially with, like you've experienced with a fulfillment centers and FBE and whatnot, most of the effort in everything is done up front, must the heavy lifting is up front. And then you can kind of watch the results. I mean, I don't know how much time you spend on your Amazon business, but it's probably not very much, you know, it took some time to get it going. But besides that, you know, it's pretty easy going once you I log in once or twice every few days, just to check my sales. I want to be honest. I have an alert set up from my inventory gets low, and then I ship my ships and more inventory to FDA. But besides that, I mean, it is super hands off. There was, as you mentioned, absolute setup time. There was definitely a little bit of set of time. It's a really get my listing looking right. But after that point, man, I don't want to say a set in a forget it, but it's like set it and check in on it every now and then. That's kind of how it's been for me. A 100%. Let's talk about customers and distribution. A lot of entrepreneurs, myself to some degree. You know, we like, we're kind of control freaks. And what happens if we actually want to be able to control, I don't know how I'd like to work control my customer, but at least have access to who my customer is. I've access to my distribution and control over the distribution part of my business. Now with Amazon, maybe kind of fill us in even more because you're more knowledgeable than I am. But we don't have access to our customers email. And to their information and stuff like that. Amazon keeps that stuff. Now, there are ways to contact our customer, but there's no way to actually have all of that information that want to say they come to the freedom journal dot com and buy a freedom journal and Filip my order form. I have all their information then. So what about those people that are taught that are talking right now or at least thinking to themselves right now, hey, doesn't Amazon keep all that stuff? I don't want to lose control of everything. Yes, so a lot of people have that objection in their minds and whatnot. And first of all, one thing I'll say is if you get big enough if you're really trying to hit it off with some sort of product. Your product's going to end up on Amazon at one point or another. Whether you do it or someone else does true story and then also there's some tools that can scrape Amazon's customer information because they do give a little bit and you're able to append that information against big databases and find out as many emails as you can to then re target. So it is possible. Obviously, Amazon doesn't prefer that they would want to keep their customers on their website, but I know it's the dream to retarget them, take them out, take them to your Shopify and all that. So there's definitely some tools there that can help you do that. What if foundations listing that are like, well, I don't have a warehouse and I have a place to store my product. I'm really starting from ground zero. What is your best recommendations for people in that situation? Similar to what you do, you know, you got FBA warehouses. And that's what really changed the game. Even for me when I was starting out in college, I couldn't believe that all I had to do was buy the product and then ship all of it at once to Amazon's warehouses and then it would get taken care of. I mean, that's what truly truly changed the game. And by the way, the best logistical system in the world. I mean, you're literally shipping them something. And it is just magic, what they do with it when it gets there. I shift from like 2000 freedom journals before I know it. Those 2000 freedom journals are spread throughout their 7 distribution centers throughout the U.S. for overnight shipping. It's unbelievable. Yeah, the FBA warehouses are just amazing. You know, the fact that you can just ship your product straight to their warehouses forget about it. It's incredible. It was complete game changer in the whole ecommerce industry where all of a sudden you didn't have to worry about shipping every single product to every single customer than worrying about returns, repackaging the fact that that part of the business, the logistics, which is the heavy lifting is taken care of. It's just incredible. It's freeing, and you can focus on actually making more money. I love it. I love it. And fire nation, when you focus on making more money, one thing I'm always a big fan of focusing on is investing in yourself. And I want to tell you straight up that when I went through the setup, I wasn't like, I want to learn I wasn't like I'm going to learn all of this from scratch. I said, hey, I'm going to go to people who have been there who have done that. They're going to help me get the best product up there, which are my journals, with the best listing, the best pictures and all the key words that I wanted all that stuff. And I invested in myself. I made it happen and now I'm reaping massive rewards from doing just that. Max talk a little bit about that. Have you ever invested in any coaching for yourself? Have you learned from other people or were you just learning on the go because you did have a limited budget? Absolutely. Well, but first I'll say that you're listing on Amazon does look pretty good. So whoever. Thank you. Yeah, whoever did that did a good job. At first, the guy that I met that was doing it full-time his name is chuck. I owe him my life basically because he was helping me from the get go answering every single question without charging me a single dollar. And but later, later down the line, we invested in all sorts of stuff. You know, all sorts of courses and basically anything that could speed up our learning curve. We tried to spend money on it now. Many times, especially nowadays, the problem with a lot of gurus, and it's kind of why we started our company with solar systems, is that a lot of them talk the talk, but then don't actually walk the walk. And I had, you know, we had a real problem with that. And learning from people that are actually doing it is way different, you know? People will spend thousands on colleges and this is something that my business partner we had this conversation recently is his favorite teachers in college were the ones that actually had business experience. It's just way different when you're being taught by someone who is actually doing it or has done it in the problem with today and online and whatnot you see a lot of people, like I said, just walking, talking and talk, but not actually walking the wall. Well, max, you are walking the walk. You are talking the talk. I mean, you've had massive success with Amazon. I mean, you've paid your dues, you've learned from other people. You've invested in yourself. You've done all the right things. You're on pace, or at least you're shooting for $10 million in revenue on Amazon this year. So a massive number getting up into 8 figures is a super accomplishment, exciting setting times. And I know that you have a special offer for fire nation for those people that might want to explore more about if and how Amazon is a good fit for them. Definitely. So what we've done, JLD is we partnered with Brandon young who is a private label expert. That's all he's doing. He's on pace for 8 figures this year as well. And so what we want to do is we want to teach people how to get started on Amazon, how to crush it how to scale on Amazon regardless of your business model. And being part of a community and being able to learn from people that are actually doing it. So what we've got is a special offer and I won't even say how much of a deep discount it is, but I love entrepreneur on fire. You guys are going to have to go check it out. It's code EO fire and you're going to have to go to seller systems dot com and find out all about us and you'll find out that deep discount if you type in EO fire in.
"abreu" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"Has their cons. Let's really flesh this out for fire nation news. Maybe trying to figure out what they want to go. We've done them all. We still do them all. And there are huge pros, huge constants to each one. But we obviously still continue to do them so they're great. But retail arbitrage when you're going into a store that's very low cost. Very low risk. It's how we got started. It's still, we still have our bread and butter. And basically, you know, you go in with this. You go into a store, you've got your phone, you scan barcodes. It tells you how popular it is on Amazon. And you ship to Amazon, and that's it. Now, one of the cons for that is a little bit harder to scale. We have teams of people doing it. And we've got a system in place. And another con to that is you might only be as good as your last household. So basically you're only as good as your last deal there. So you've got to constantly be on the lookout for a product. And with online arbitrage, it's kind of similar, but you've got the freedom of working from your computer, you know? So I know a lot of people that crush it with online arbitrage by buying something online flipping it on Amazon, but shipping it to a third party fulfillment center, for example. You know, they don't have to necessarily be there to buy the actual product. So that you get the freedom and it can also be easily delegated. I can it's very teachable skill to maybe a virtual assistant in the Philippines that can kind of take that over and you can duplicate that. Now, the cons with online arbitrage is that it can be competitive. You're only as good as your last hustle again, but you're buying stuff from the Internet. So if I'm doing it and anybody has access to the Internet, then some of those deals might get a little saturated here and there. So you've got to be quick. Then there's wholesale. Wholesale, again, is buying from a distributor or a brand. And some of the pros there are that it's fast moving. It's turned and burned. And a lot of the times it's replenishable. So if you land a good brand or a good supplier, you can usually order it over and over and over again. Maybe even get them to ship directly to Amazon to where you don't touch it. Some of the cons there are that the wholesale counts might be a little bit harder to land. Sometimes you got to buy the whole catalog, not just the one winner product, and then finally there's private label, which is launching your own brand on Amazon. There's a lot of pros here because you get to control your own brand. You get to build something that you can scale outside of Amazon. But there are some cons because there's a bigger upfront investment, you know, sometimes you're bringing stuff from China, so you've got to wait until it gets here. And liabilities are a little bit higher there because obviously all the risk is on you. Now, I know nobody likes to just say they have a favorite. But do you have a favorite max? Which one do you like more than the rest? Or is it just not at the case? Do you not have a favorite? I do. It's funny. We were talking about this today with some friends, but retail arbitrage has been our bread and butter. And so I can't ignore it. But I would say my favorite is different. Definitely private label. Just because you get to build something from scratch, you can also sell it. Later, you can have a good exit strategy with that. It's a lot of fun. So you gave us a couple reasons why you really like it, but give us the number one reason why you love that and why that's your favorite. Private label would be my favorite because of the exit strategy, you know? You build something that's your own and you can build it with the exit strategy in mind. And so now we're working on a brand that hopefully within two and a half years we can turn around and sell and have a big cash out. Some of the other stuff is a little bit harder to sell because you might be selling a system or a basically cash flow, you know, but when you sell, when you build a brand and then you sell it, it can still skyrocket people could do whatever they want with it. And I've seen it done over and over again. So we're looking forward to that. That's some cool stuff. I like to hear that. So let me ask you a question that I know for a fact is on the mind of some of our listeners. What if someone doesn't have enough money? Or they don't want to risk their own capital. What are the next steps? So I'll tell you how we started. We started with only $3000 each. Nice. From our parents, but that was for everything. Live food moved down to Florida, figure it out, can it deal? So what we went ahead and did was, since we had kind of proven the system, we applied for as many credit cards as we could that were 0% interest for 18 months or whatever and had no annual fees. And so that gave us free money to get started. For a limited limited time, but by the time those promotions ended, we had already paid back all those credit cards and whatnot. But I would say if you don't have that option and I wouldn't just encourage people to go out and just apply for a ton of credit cards without proving the concept first. I would say start with retail arbitrage or online arbitrage. You know, I could go down to the store right now and maybe spend a couple hundred or maybe like a 150 bucks just to try it, get comfortable with it. And then go from there. Fire nation, I love that story of going down there with a set dollar amount to $3000 and just having to make it happen. Just having to make it happen. That's such a great entrepreneurial. I love capitalism type story, such cool stuff. So max has been dropping value bombs left in right. There are more to come when we get back from thinking our sponsor. 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"abreu" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"Boom, shake the room fire nation, JLD here, and welcome to entrepreneurs on fire, brought to you by the HubSpot podcast network with great shows like I digress. Today we're pulling a timeless EO fire classic episode from the archives and we'll be breaking down how to crush it on Amazon regardless of the business model you choose to drop these value bombs, I brought max Abreu into EO fire studios. Max was raised in Paraguay and swam, all his life. He came to the U.S. on an athletic scholarship. He loves Jesus, ecommerce, is his passion, and he is shooting for $10 million in revenue on Amazon. This year. And today foundation will talk about focus on investing in yourself, why action Trump's knowledge and knowing your numbers cold before you take action? And so much more when we get back from thinking our sponsors. If you're generating 7 to 8 figures plus from your website and you're not doing conversion optimization, you're leaving tons of revenue on the table, visit conversion fanatics dot com for a free proposal today and tell them EOF sent you because traffic without conversions is just sad. The my first million podcast features famous guest discusses how companies made their first million and brainstorms new business ideas based on the hottest trends opportunities in the marketplace. One recent app was all about how venture capitalists make money, listen to my first million, wherever you get your podcasts. So max, say what's up to fire nation? And share something interesting about yourself that most people don't know. What is going on prior nation? I have been looking forward to this day for a while been a long time listener. So really, really excited. And a fact about me that people don't know most people don't know. I'm prepared originally. Came to the states when I was 18 never had a job right out of college, started ecommerce, so I've never really had a job and never looked back. Wow, so this is a guy fire nation that's never had a quote unquote traditional job. But guess what? He has a goal to make $10 million in revenue on Amazon this year. So exciting times that we live in exciting times. And what's his masterclass on, you say? Well, it's about how to crush it on Amazon, regardless of your business model, whether that's retail arbitrage, online arbitrage, private label wholesale. And we are chatting with max today. So cool cool stuff. Max, give us just a couple teasers of what we're going to be chatting about today. So I'm going to try and break down just a little bit about why Amazon is the best place to start selling. And also all the different business models that are available on Amazon, whether that's the typical hustler you know or go into different places and buying stuff to flip or launching your own brand. I'm a hustler baby. I just want you to know. All right, so listen, let's get into your story. Fire nation know a little bit more about what you have going on and then we're going to just drop some Amazon value bombs. Awesome stuff. So man, where do I start? So I'm going to swim in my whole life. I came to the states when I was about 18 K on a swimming scholarship here. Always been intrigued with making money online. I just always found it fascinating that you could make money from a computer. And so I knew I wanted to do that. And then come senior year. You know, I was about to graduate. But I still wanted to swim and so I didn't know what I wanted to do. I mean, I know I wanted to make money online. So I started researching started dabbling a little bit and one thing led to the next and I started flipping a couple goods here and there. And then I met this guy, his name is chuck, still great friend, great mentor to this day. He was doing it full time. He was selling on Amazon full time for about ten months ahead of me. And that was kind of a huge epiphany moment for me. It was my aha, like, oh, it could be done. It could be done full time. And so I told my roommate at the time who was helping me, he was just helping me because he was curious about the business and whatnot. And I said, look, this guy's doing it full time. This is one I didn't want to do when we graduate. But I knew I was still going to swim because I was training for the Olympics. And so I asked him if he wanted to be my business partner. And he said, yeah, and so we moved to Florida. I kept on training for about a year and a half didn't make the Olympics, but then never looked back. Fire nation. I just want to say this. I love this world that we live in, where you can just say, listen, I want to go deep on one subject or one topic or one industry or one platform. For max right now, it's going to be Amazon, but for you, it can be something else. It can be so many different things. But if you are willing to put in the time the energy and the effort, you can absolutely dominate whatever niche that you choose. And so we're going to be focused on Amazon today because that's what max shows. That is the pony that he is writing. So tell us max. Why is Amazon the best place to get started when it comes to ecommerce? In the last quarter of this year, over 50 5% of the products that were sold on Amazon were sold by third party sellers. So think of it like this more than half of the time that you buy something on Amazon profits are going directly to someone like me on the other end. And Amazon needs us like people like us to be the everything store that they are, you know, and another reason is there's over 500 and 50 million products I think on Amazon. So if you want to sell something you could definitely find something to sell, then the FBA warehouses that they have, they can take care of all the fulfillment to where you don't need a warehouse. And then Amazon's not going anywhere, you know? They've got the biggest market share by far. And ecommerce in general is not slowing down at all. So I like to think of it as writing the wave and not trying to go against it, you know. Phoenix, I have a pretty decent sized audience. I mean, if you're listening, you're definitely considered one of those. And I love you for listening for being part of the audience. And I have both the freedom and mastery journal for sale and guess what? They have their own Shopify websites at the freedom and master journal dot com. Their own separate websites. But on Amazon, I sell both of those websites ten to one. Ten to one. So even though I have a big audience and I drive drive, drive my audience there for people that make sense for you the freedom or the mastery journal. Guess what? Amazon still sells me ten to one for my journals, which I have with their FDA program. And it's people who don't know me. People that are just there searching for journals and goals and productivity journals and all this stuff. And they're buyers. They have their credit cards already entered in and they're ready to buy. And I am still to this day shocked at the amount of sales I do every single day on Amazon. And it's such an amazing experience. So I know what to sell on Amazon max. I sell my journals. How does fire nation who's never sold anything on Amazon? How do they know what to sell? The beauty of selling on Amazon is that it's so dated driven to where the guessing game of looking at a certain product and saying, oh, this looks nice, a bed, it'll sell. Those days are gone. Amazon just provides so much data to you as far as knowing how popular a product might be, what your competition is estimated to be selling a month. You know, you can look at competitions negative reviews for you to improve upon your product. Everything is a blueprint. Everything is a formula. There's no creative genius per se needed. You know, before we buy a product for us to flip and sell, we usually know how much we're going to make and how quickly it'll sell before we even buy it, you know. So that's unheard of in other industries. Wow. I mean, fire nation, just think about that. Think about what max just shared. And when I'm curious about is the different business models that you can actually do, because I think a lot of people just think, oh, I've got to come up with a.
José Abreu Hits 3-Run Homer as White Sox Top Red Sox 4-3
"Carlos row down up his record at twelve and five while lowering his ERA to two point three eight as the white Sox edged the red Sox four to three row down who just came off the injured list went five innings allowing just three hits while striking out seven corporate pitched five innings be able to put together you know give our team a chance to win a multiple can take over yeah I mean I'm I'm happy with it I'd like to go six or seven but sure that's coming off and simply Jose Abreu who hit a three run Homer in the third inning giving him one hundred seven RBIs which is tops in the majors with the victory the white Sox reduced their magic number down to twelve to win the AL central and in spite of the loss the red Sox still have the lead in the AL wild card race David Shuster Chicago
Manaea Fans 9, A’s Beat White Sox 3-1
"The athletics earned a three one win over the white Sox behind Chaman Nayar who struck out nine while allowing one run and five hits over seven innings when I was one three with an eight point oh ERA in his previous six starts since a victory on July twenty eighth just another and you know get he Thomas ought to be aggressive wish with all my pages so you know weather gets it or not is now it's up to me so you know to be aggressive with everything and and you know I think the results up Tony Kappa Matt Chapman each drove in a run for Oakland which took two of three in the series to pull within two and a half games of an AL wild card slot Jose Abreu had two hits and drove in a run for the AL central leading white sacks a braille has one hundred four RBIs this season I'm Dave Ferrie
Luis Robert Homers Twice as White Sox Pound Cubs 13-1
"Louise Roberts land too with the white Sox five home runs in a thirteen to one laugher against the cubs Eloy Jimenez yes money growing dollar Brian Goodwin also connected for the white Sox who went five and one versus the cubs this year white Sox slugger Jose Abreu hit a two run double in a seven run fifth giving him one hundred one RBIs with twenty nine games left Robert Jimenez a good when each drove in three runs to support Dylan cease who tied a career high with eleven strikeouts sees limited the cubs to a run and four hits over six innings to help the AL central leaders stay ten games ahead of the Indians I'm the ferry
Anderson HR for Chisox, Walkoff End in Field of Dreams Game
"They built it they came in they played the first ever field of dreams game and it was a dandy as the white Sox defeated the Yankees ninety eight eight home runs in the game for by each team but the last one was the most dramatic is Tim Anderson's two run shot in the ninth one it gives Anderson on his aerobics the woman you know all around you know being able to walk it off is definitely for you know one of my one of my best moment of my career for sure also hitting home runs for the socks were Jose Abreu who E. like Jimenez and sepi Savala Aaron judge hit a pair for New York with Jian Carlo Stanton and Brett Gardner also going yard before the game commissioner rob Manfred confirmed that this will be an annual
Hall of Fame Class Has Something for Everybody
"The twelfth grade selected to the pro football hall of fame in twenty twenty were finally inducted in canton a year later to the pandemic the extra large class in honor of the NFL centennial included for safety's Steve Atwater cliff Palestine is showing twenty Polamalu to wide receivers Harold Carmichael and Isaac Bruce offense of linemen Jimbo covert and Steve Hutchinson and one running back former cult Edgerrin James so many people don't have dreads and gold teeth and be accepted in an affair but I never listen to always know what won't a great football player two Super Bowl winning coaches bill Cowher and Jimmy Johnson we're trying to long with former commissioner Paul tightly Abreu I'm Tom Merriam
Rodón Strikes out 11, White Sox Blank Cubs 4-0
"Carlos Roshan pitched two hit ball and struck out eleven over five plus innings as the white Sox dumped the cubs for nothing rotan bounce back after losing consecutive starts for the first time this season you're one or twenty minutes for Mexico the workers comp and got me out early your little wanted to but freshman Cesar Hernandez and Jose Abreu hit solo homers for the white Sox who also got a two run double from you on Moncada four relievers finished up the five hit shutout cubs starter advert al's alive was reached for two runs over six and two thirds losing is a straight decision I'm Dave Ferrie
Lynch, 4 Relievers Lead Royals to 3–2 Win Over White Sox
"Daniel Lynch and four relievers combined on a six hitter is the Royals nip the white Sox three to two Lynch limited the AL central leaders to a run and four hits over five plus innings I felt like I've spent on the ball really well and so I use that I command my fastball pretty well in the first innings there I made good pitches you know so I felt like I did a good job Josh starmont bill Lynch out of a jam by getting improve on to ground into a double play with the potential tying and go ahead runs on base Kansas city went ahead for good with a manual Rivera's line drive was misplayed into a two run double five batters into the top of the first Jose Abreu hit a solo Homer and losing pitcher Dallas Crichel was reached for two runs and three hits over six frames I'm Dave Ferrie
Giolito Tosses 3-Hitter as White Sox Pound Astros 10-1
"Lucas G. lido went the distance on a three hitter is the white Sox defeated the Astros tend to one G. illegal striking out eight with no walks I felt like I was convicted behind each and every pitch tonight even the ones I didn't go my way that's that's what I need to do to be successful it is is go out there and and just put everything behind every pitch in and help focus the target offense of late the Sox hit five home runs one each from Jose Abreu whose act Collins Gavin sheets Tim Anderson and Jake burger Anderson also added a double and a single and with his three hits upped his average to three sixteen and ran his hitting streak to fourteen straight games the Astros had defeated the white Sox five straight this season but it was all socks on this night David Shuster Chicago
Rodón Sharp on a Rainy Night As White Sox Beat Twins 4–1
"The white Sox managed only three hits on the night but it was enough for a four one victory over the twins the game was played in a steady rain Zach Collins said two of the three hits including a two run single in the second inning the other runs coming in on an RBI single from Adam Eaton and a sac fly from Jose Abreu who all star Carlos wrote down went six innings to raise his record is seven and three striking out eight while walking no one Liam Hendricks finished up notching his twenty second save is a white Sox lead the AL central by six and one half games I'm David Shuster
Grandal's Single in 10th Gives White Sox 8-7 Win Over Rays
"The white Sox have won a series matchup of AL division leaders but it took extra innings to accomplish it the white Sox pulled out an eight seven win over the rays behind yes money growing dollars game ending single in the tenth Jose Abreu hit his twelfth Homer of the season for the white Sox who squandered a seven to lead before winning for the tenth time in their last thirteen games Ranbir worked a scoreless tenth to get the win yeah they D. as in Mike Zunino homered for the rays Tampa Bay took the series opener before dropping the next two I'm Dave very
Abreu Grounds Out With Bases Loaded, Indians Hold Off Chisox
"The Cleveland Indians are now two and a half games back in the white Sox in the AL central after six five win at progressive field Shane Bieber went seven innings to earn the win for the Indians he struck out seven Indians catcher Austin I just hit a two run Homer in the win the game stayed six three till the ninth when the sax pushed to a cross against Indians closer James Karen check again the final Cleveland tops the white Sox six to five at progressive field Matt Lodhi Cleveland
Abreu, Dozier Collide, Royals and Chisox Split Doubleheader
"Andrew Vaughn hit his second career home run is the white Sox defeated the Royals three to one for a split of a day night doubleheader one is seeing increased playing time of late and feels he's coming around I could say it's a group I mean it's getting in there every time being ready every single pitch and just putting good swings on it now yeah start you can really get a patch available harden you know you just go there and you challenge yourself every single time one played first base in the night cap because Jose Abreu who and hunter Dozier collided in the opener does your immediately went on the injured list well Bray who is being listed as day to day the Royals snapped their eleven game losing skid in the opener with a six two victory Liam Hendriks picked up save number eight in the nightcap as the white Sox have won seven of eight David Shuster Chicago
Get Vaxed, Wear a Mask, and Come Fly With Us.
"Welcome to the arab. They're a podcast about the wide world of aviation and aerospace. I'm dominique abreu ellen. Kennedy there's an old nat king cole. Song did i love. The chorus goes straighten up and fly right and this most certainly applies today to how we all should act but flying is an airline passenger allen. We all know that life is an airline passenger in. The twenty first century can be stressful. Health concerns new regulations. Unruly fellow passengers and flight delays can be nerve racking for any traveler. But remember that the pilots and flight attendants are there to get you to your destination safely and everything they do is for your benefit in fact. Did you know that there are federal regulations. Bat actually prohibit passengers from interfering with crew members. Yeah that's right. Violating these regulations can result in hefty fines and we mean hefty all excellent points dominate after years of decline incidents of unruly passengers unfortunately spiked twenty eighteen. And from twenty twenty. Two twenty one. They've had record numbers largely because passengers failed to listen to flight attendants directions about the new mask policy in january. Twenty twenty one. faa administrator. steve. Dixon signed an order directing zero tolerance policy against unruly airline passengers in the wake of recent troubling incidents. Recently we've seen a disturbing increase in incidents where airline passengers have disrupted flights with threatening or violent behavior. These incidents have stemmed both from passengers refusals to wear masks and from recent violence at the us capitol. This dangerous behavior can distract disrupt and threatened crew members safety functions and as a former airline captain. It's extremely concerning to me. And i know it's equally concerning to the airline cockpit and cabin crews whose primary responsibility is to ensure the safety of all passengers.
Rodón beats Indians after no-no, Abreu hits 2 homers for Sox
"Carlos Roshan received plenty of support in the white Sox eight five win over the Indians wrote down was reached for two runs and three hits over five innings one start after tossing a no hitter against Cleveland he worked around five walks and gave up a Homer while throwing one hundred ten pitches just like growing rounded out some of bath's puts on about security your small they made it harder this was on the start Jose Abreu hit solo homers in the fourth and seventh innings Tim Anderson connected for a two run drive off Zach please act and yes money ground does to run shot in the seventh put the white Sox ahead seven two Jordan Luplow homered for the Indians who scored twice in the ninth and stranded thirteen runners I'm the ferry
Why Do We Love Coffee?
"Did you know. The powers of a man's mind are directly proportioned to the quantity of coffee drinks. That's a quote from sir. James mackintosh as in the new yorker magazine and two thousand nineteen. It says we're just crazy passionate nerds for our coffee and we are the us coffee championships showcase the competitive side of appreciation for coffee at the coffee champs qualifying round and nashville in two thousand nineteen professionals demonstrate their ability to detect notes of every kind cupping. The gold standard for tasting is practiced by hunching over a series of different samples with a spoon that has shaped like a bowl and slurping intently. The tasters are at tables tasting the various flavors of coffee and as you can imagine analyzing the flavor profile and body of abreu is a nuanced task. The number of arithmetic compounds presented and roasted coffee is greater. Than that of wine younger coffee tasters say confidently that are willing to spend somewhere around four and five dollars on a cup of coffee a day. You may think you are drinking. The best coffee in the world really is that true I
Vlad tidings: demonstrations across Russia
"On saturday tens of thousands of russians took to the streets in more than a hundred towns and cities across the country. In support of jailed kremlin critic. Alexey navalny protesters chanted. Putin is a thief as well as freedom to navalny chilling videos emerged police beating and kicking demonstrators. The response was not one about an out brutality. More than three thousand arrests were made at. Even mr navalny's wife was briefly. Detained the demonstrations were sparked mr navalny's arrest on spurious charges. Just as soon as he returned from germany last week but protesters were also fired up by to our video narrated by mr navalny and released a day later. Throw it saw my viceroy was thirty. Wrestling depicts a lavish palace. On the black sea. Allegedly built for president vladimir putin and funded with dodgy. Money allegations the kremlin dismissed as just rumor mr putin remains in a tough spot with disquiet spreading and his loudest critic making just as much trouble while in jail as he did out of it. This was not my first protest in moscow in quite a few the past few years are cody. Trotsky is russia editor in moscow. I would say that. Fear was one of caution pretty much on both sides the fact that people have braved the streets brave. The police cordons came out. Despite enormous intimidation campaign was waged. By the kremlin in the preceding days is in itself extraordinary russia's much more repressive state today than it was even a few years ago. The people who were out in the street was certainly not radicals as abba in moscow protests. That was scary. Moments police charging but on the whole the police behavior some restraint and its actions were nowhere on the level of violence and brutality which we saw a few months ago in neighboring belarus. There was no special measures with no tear. Gas rubber bullets so it was definitely tense. But i didn't see many of the accesses and when we spoke to protesters what were they saying. Why were they out. The protesters came from the social strata and had different possibly political beliefs. What brought them out onto the street. Were few things. There was a sense of injustice over the arrest of alexei novel name who was arrested at possible control on the rival at airport and is now facing three and a half years in jail for breaking parole rules on a previous suspended sentence and the reason he broke his parole rules. That didn't comfortable to the police was just happened to be recovering from novichok nerve agent poisoning in germany. So people obvious that as an injustice the other big catalyst for the protest was the release of alexander violence extraordinary two hour long documentary film about allegedly putin secret palace in the black sea coast which was bill deem volumes cronies at a cost of one point three billion dollars. It's your absolutely archetypal. James bond villains had with all the trimmings and the golden toilet brushes that made a big impact. It clocked over eighty million views on youtube. An underlying over that was just general sense of tidiness of putin's regime tiredness of course lack of economic growth it was a very broad protests. And that's what made say interesting. You know lots of people came out for the first time. And so do you think that. That broad dissent a across demographics. On a lot of first-time protesters will will make any difference to to. What the kremlin actually does. It's not going to make any difference. In the short term the kremlin has already said. It's not going to pay attention. Admittedly fiscal putin spokesman said well. We think it was a very small protests. Many more people vote for vladimir putin. That was ironic. Given that alexander was barred from the election in which people voted for vladimir putin the reason the numbers were kept down walls because of enormous intimidation campaigns parents schoolchildren were told to keep their kids at home. Students were threatened with expulsion employs. The employees they'd risk dismissal if they would join the protest et cetera et cetera. The kremlin is not going to release alexei navalny overnight but only himself and he's associates of said. This is not an immediate process. This is a long haul to re coined the famous phrase by me. He'll gorbachev in the late eighties. The process started so. Do you think that the detention of of mr navalny and the release of this video and all of those us have really changed things. Is this a turning point. They do and this change effects vladimir putin's legitimacy which is already being Waning and we. We've seen that in in the raising figures. But this film and alexander. Violence return to russia is a massive blow to putin's legitimacy and to the attitudes and perceptions of putin in the broad russian public as one commentator set to me you know two years ago people had to explain why they oppose putin today they have to justify why they support him. And how has the international community responded to to this protest mood and these protests i think so far west leaders have been watching very carefully. What's happening in russia. has been rhetorical outrage. At least both from angela merkel Sees this as a slap in her face because nobody was in germany under her protection also been marketed. Different reaction from washington. I think we will see a very different response. From biden's administration compared to trump's acquiescence to putin's action has been called for tax sanctions including from poland. A you member states the foreign ministers to discuss next steps. But i think there is also worry amongst western countries and particularly among russian neighbors and countries like the baltic states and poland that events in russia will have repercussions outside russian borders and this north unfounded fears because in two thousand fourteen two years after big protests swept russia features berg and other big cities the kremlin annexed crimea and stuff the war in ukraine in order to change the narrative and dominate political agenda so lot of russia neighbors worried that repression at home and protests against the kremlin will lead to aggression. Abreu arkady. thank you very much for joining us. Thank you jason
"abreu" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Hundred percent of the radio show either. Yes so that being several move onto something a little bit happier awards handed out. mlb So wednesday we add the cy youngs passed out in the national league and the american league and For the first time like four years it wasn't jacob degrom in the nl It was all fred. Trevor bauer We know him for his time in arizona from his time spent in arizona during spring. Training with I would say all three of the diamondbacks. The indians and the cincinnati reds He was teammates with the american league. Mvp and ed guy goes far. Say friends if you follow these guys on social media. Trevor bauer and shane beamer. Schenn shane bieber Hung out together a lot when they were teammates with cleveland and The labels take all the best pitcher hardware for this Shortened twenty twenty season but great for trevor bauer as he enters into free agency Looks like with the uncertainties going to try to roll the dice on a one year. Deal ed You'll build off that if he continues the momentum he's going to be paid very handsomely come twenty twenty two and that bieber his Mlb careers just a fairytale Gets to appear in the all star game in his home ballpark as a rookie and When's data vp. And then i am going away. The american league cy young award winner Gets that pitchers triple crown will give them. You know what she earned for the first time. American league pitchers done that since the eighty so i very oppressive all the way around freddie freeman and jose abreu you the most valuable players You know you could have really. There wasn't an overwhelming mvp. I think there was a good case for jose. Ramirez to take your own for cleveland but He finished second in the voting abreu. You had the Sexy power number. So i goes outweigh. I thought that it was a little bit odd to not see it. Go to a rookie. Bats in the national league braves. Don't get a lot of recognition. So i don't really have a lot of grievance with With freddie freeman either so those really kind of you had today right say we still obviously have some time It's it's weird it's november. My birthday's in april and historically my entire life. All i've ever wanted to watch is the cubs for my birthday and my family always overrode me. We had to watch the masters. So i am probably world who just does not give a crap about the masters because it just ruined my birthday literally every year my entire life. The here we are. It's november. It's as far away from my birthday as it possibly can be before we go back to my birthday and it's nassar's weekend you have anything any input about masters wall. It's not the way your birthday. So i think that's a big plant. Obviously i enjoy watching the masters It's it's better when you don't when you don't have a bunch of unknowns of the top of the leaderboard because you don't talk a lot of golf on the program because the tournament more or less happens you know between the time that we go off the air on thursday and you know obviously prior to us coming on on mondays. But i that they're getting it. I think golf needs this. It's a little bit of a scheduling conflict for cbs. No eleven am games for us here in the phoenix market. Where we're mountain time So none of your early kicked off on. Cbs and you'll cbs catered to the masters like that. But you know the nfl said that's about enough though. So if the masters runs over on sunday into the four o'clock eastern time slide. You're gonna cut away from this big golf event to cover you know your Regular season football games here in november. I mean there's a lot of inconveniences. They come from not being able to take care of things. Ask scheduled Now we're worried. That not only did it. Water down on the twenty twenty sports calendar by going into twenty twenty one. Yeah the nba is already going to be delayed. the nhl. You presumed to be delayed You know you worked at a play. Twenty twenty one events For golf twenty. Twenty events rudolph in the year. Twenty twenty-nine Though they are doing that with the olympic so i you know it's a scheduling is difficult when you can't do things as scheduled because everything is kind of balanced cross the sports calendar until now you've got a golf event that was supposed to take place april going up against football football event. That is supposed to be taking place as scheduled this weekend so I think the football kind of has a stronger footing there but The genre plenty of people watching the astros and they're gonna be a lot of people hoping the masters and before you have to worry about that does football conflict especially the executives at cbs. All right we're gonna throw you a break. I know that the there wasn't many games played on thursday but dutch. I don't have all your final scores. She's jeff jeffords vaulter. It's sports overnight..
Braves' Freeman wins NL MVP, White Sox slugger Abreu gets AL
"The American League MVP is white Sox slugger Jose Abreu who came away with twenty one of thirty first place votes to edge Indians third baseman Jose Ramirez in Yankees infielder DJ let me heal a Brady led the majors with sixty RBIs in one hundred forty eight total bases brave stand at Freddie Freeman is the National League MVP claiming twenty eight of thirty first place votes to beat out Dodgers outfielder Mookie Betts and Padres third baseman Manny Machado Freeman had a strong season after contracting covet nineteen just before the season began in July adding three forty one with thirteen homers in fifty three RBIs while playing all sixteen games I'm Dave Ferrie
"abreu" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Shot of Liam Hendriks standing on the bullpen mound. We did not see him start to throw yet. He is standing on the mound and again through 49 pitches yesterday. How available is he? Well, sure you come back out. We'll Hendricks get the whole inning. There's the Owen depend on any lines went off the body of Alex column It bounces to Jose Abreu, who makes the play 13 as column may tries to walk it off, and here come Rick Renteria and the trainer again. And we'll try to get a look at a replay and see exactly where that ball hit column made it look like it hit him right in the forearm or the elbow area, which is obviously about his bad places you could get hit. Besides Something above your neck. Abel was not hit lightly. And he was just trying to defend himself with his right arm, and it hit him just below the elbow. It looks like on the forearm. He wore it like a dude. He did Goodness you and I reacted louder in the studio than he did when it happened. Probably 100 right off his forearm, and he just kind of Moseyed off the mound a little bit. On. He's looks like he is going to stay. Ever. They've already lost a couple of players to injury is going to throw a couple of warm up pitches while the trainer and his manager, look on, bear the umpires out there as well to see if he's okay. It looks to be Dylan ceases getting out just in case, but it looks like column is going to stay. Is this pitcher number nine? Is this pitcher number nine? So this what ties the record Right ties the record for a postseason game. Congratulations. Chris Singleton just came into our booth. He's getting ready to do the pottery in the Cardinal game, and he wanted to know what time we started because they set a record on the Indians of the Yankees length of game.
"abreu" Discussed on WGN Radio
"In Fresno this weekend or saving more than 150 campers at a campground trapped by flames on all sides. We have an update from ABC is with Johnson. Telling us the campground was just one small piece and with the fire destroyed the wildfire torching more than 35,000 acres so far, made worse by a record heat wave hitting the state communities across the area told to evacuate and in Southern California, the Eldorado fire erupting near San Bernardino. Thousands of acres burning already residents nearby Order to get out. And in Fresno, the fire department there is confirming 63 people have been rescued thus far, several of them with injuries 903 wg and sports and we say good morning to Andy Maser and Good morning. Daesh Want three wins in a row for the White Sox after they beat the Royals 53 in Kansas City last night, Jose Abreu Yasmani Grandal each with two run homers, the back Lucas Giolito gets the victory. Braila leads the majors down with 40 R B eyes and 40 games, extended his hitting streak to 19 in a row. And Julie don't knows how important the slugger is for this team. It seems like he's getting that clutch it like almost every single game runners in scoring position too out. We need to get those runs across me gets the job done. Um, you know, he's amazing person even more so than a player so actually go for the sweet planted this afternoon Pregame at 12 30, Darrin Jackson. I will have the called 105 on 7 20 wg, and it'll be Dallas cycle for the White Sox against Matt Harvey. Starting for the Kansas City Royals comes to get swept in a double header by the Cardinals yesterday at Wrigley Field. Game one had the cards winning for two behind Adam Wainwright and Hat did Homer in that game for the Cubs. The nightcap also going to ST Louis in a 5 to 1 victory, the Cardinals actually the home team in that one is they make up a game from Cove in 19 postponement. Teams will wrap up their Siri's later on tonight at Wrigley Field Bears trip the roster of the required 53 players making some cuts yesterday. The roster casualties included LaDarius Mac, who's the youngest brother of the Bears, Khalil Mack. I've also terminated the contract of quarterback Tyler Bray. The Bears open the season against the Lions a week from today. Authentic wins the 146 running of the Kentucky Derby, edging out the heavy favorite is the Law PGA Tour Championship outside of Atlanta, Dustin Johnson holding the second round lead He is at 13 under parts one shot better than Sung Jae M. And to better than Sanders softly, the third round coming up Later on today on the home of the Blackhawks, Northwestern Wildcats and White Sox baseball and a maser wg and sports very perky today doesn't 20 he has a three in a row for the white side? You know, I'm ready to go. Ready to go make it for first place. White Sox him? Yeah, a little pep in my step. Got to see you this morning. Get see Schwabe this morning. The whole newsroom. This morning, there's a giant giant cup of coffee. That's my fourth cup. That's now who's Who's Who's counting Right now. We may have found out what I feel like Kramer and that Seinfeld episode You can't stop me from my cafe latte. I got the paperwork right here. Somebody give Sean a couple of cups of that perk you up a little bit. I'm ready to go to you sound a little tired today. Are you tired? Actually, I am Yes. So you asked. I gave you an honest hence. Wanna explain why, um, out partying all night? No, no, no, no out his new clubs. Just you know, after I hit that 64 Mark a couple weeks old, Come on, and just kind of war me down a little bit. Come on. Well, you know I'm no spring chicken Any. What clubs did you go to last night? Did not go to a club Last night. He was trying to find Excalibur but water for a while, like caliber and faces like Not his leisure suit on and went out. Oh, okay..
"abreu" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"He holds a $16.5 million option for 2021. Keep your eyes on. Rizzo's another player. That's is either going to stay or go as Faras. The future for the Cubs crossed antenna of the Indians is fourth in this list As Faras first baseman. He stopped 34 homers, 110 R B eyes reach base and 3 97 clip. Met Olson off the Athletics is fifth on the list, finished with 36 homers. Adjusted. Oh, PS plus off 1 37 pretty solid. Paul Goldschmidt of the Cardinal's check These numbers out. Holtzmann is awesome. First year with the Cardinals in the first year of a long term deal. Was inconsistent grind. And reflected his bum Tomoko PS, so his O. P S. In April 7 53 May 7 45 June 5 83 July when it got really hot one point away five In August, he went from what only 5 to 705 in September's 9 53 so I look forward to seeing what his approaches for 2020 and beyond. In the end, the Cardinal's got what they wanted, so they were able to win the National League Central and Goldschmidt play 151 games, had 34 home runs. Josh Bell, the Pirates is seventh Gourriel of the Astros is a Jose Abreu of the White Sox is night. Let me stop here. Lt's a Bre U one of my favorite players on the White Sox because to me he is just the modern day Konerko. It is going to be with this team for a while. Maybe he's going to be a D. H for that in the near future, but he posts up and plays in at least 154 games. And for the past five seasons, 154 games in 2020 in this era has a ton of games. And he's pretty much a lock to master. About 30 home runs Hombre You has 611 RV eyes in six seasons in the majors, including 123 last season. Joey Votto. We know how good he is. He's he's 10 solid player for the Cincinnati Reds so that I mean, think about first baseman. We always just assumed whoever that first base from their little stretch out. Get that big stretch the stretch and be able to catch the ball their first base, But it's a really quality first baseman. In the big leagues as we go through a notebook of the baseball show, presented by Kasan and Beer Company on ESPN 1000 so Did you know that? Maybe you have something in common with umpire Joe West. Joe West has had some interesting things to say about the Corona virus. So he was talking to Bob Nightingale from the U. S a today and that Gil asked West. About 130,000 people who have passed away from Coben, 19 and Joe West longtime umpire said that those statistics are not accurate. I don't care who's counting them. One country music singer Joe Think Diffie died. They said he died of a virus. Yes, Stage four Lung cancer. Corona virus may have accelerate his death, but be a realistic our system is so messed up. And emptied hospitals because there's no elective surgery. The government has been giving these hospitals extra money if someone dies of the Corona virus, so everybody that dies is because of Corona virus. I don't care if I get hit by a car. It's Corona virus. So Joe West The reason why he was even ask is because, well, he's up there in age and was wondering, why should Joe West be out there, you know, still umpiring, and he just says, You know what Corona virus I guess in his mind is not. This is not necessarily something he's concerned about. There might be some out there that feel that the growing virus is theoretical. Joe West also is one of them. Let me help you with your fantasy stats. Eric Terrible Mr Fantasy. When it comes to fancy baseball for ESPN dot com. I talked to him earlier, and I asked him about the D H position asses. Faras fantasy sports, You know college. Schwarber wants to play the field but is also looking forward to being a D. H.
"abreu" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"And two when the plan here in Indian Passat I have done this for a very long time the plan is to be very aggressive you can already we've already seen that he's got that fastball he's got the kind of moving just missed without breaking patiently outside part and the one to is low outside to change an account to answer it'll be Figgins and then Bobby Abreu and Torey hunter righty lefty righty of radio is the only lefty hitter in the lineup there couple solicitors no credit even on the count two into two figures in in these two to swing on it on the ground a third god feels fires Gondwanaland this is people standing up they know what's at stake here I think of my John would you agree with me nobody wants a game seven if you're on the Iraqi side thank you Sir absolutely not you know one game anything can happen so no they and also the angels got a good slack and know what they're saying all the mind of the USM tonight everyone on board of course because it's win or the season's over the angels but yes Wackett come out tomorrow night yeah here's Bobby Abreu I love janitor with one out knowing on and cut its first pitch a breaking ball strike in the playoffs eight four thirty no home runs and two RBIs no there are a couple of people who would like a game seven John that's our bodies or scouting the Phillies yeah yeah use up all your pitches it'll be an old one do a break you and petted deals a breaking ball striking account only to you know there are a million status you may now it is one of them a credit wins tonight he will have the most wins how many pitcher in history in the playoffs you know to and in the hills outside one answer the crowd it's a typical New York crowd in a big game will be the same for the giants of the Rangers or any other team you name they come here to try to help their team win news they understand what's at stake these are a lot of Johnny come lately is coming to the playoffs this vegan here this crowd is saying we're going to help the Yankees win nobody wants to do a great deals good there are two so and here is Torey hunter he's got he's got the curveball working he's just going to get that done changeable it it throws a four seam fastball the two seam fastballs measure to righties down and away changeup and cutter the goes into the righties pitch there is a strike the outside corner I think they will cut it right there and it kind of broke right on the outside corner slider like McConnell one toria right hand hitter is eight for twenty nine Homer and five RBIs and put it so long not only do they are into every pitch this is an so far these to swing on and posted in the year to it's either one two three go the angels the angels of India is a country to bet on the X. radio network driven by G. let's say you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents you'll probably mow the lawn and skip anybody noticed you mow the lawn tell people to stay off the lawn compare it to your neighbor's lawn and complained about having to mow the lawn again good news is.
"abreu" Discussed on Catholic Culture Audiobooks
"Thus he became perfect man with body and soul and as he took on him a body of flesh and nerves which admitted of wounds and death and capable of suffering. So did he take a soul to which was susceptible of that suffering and moreover was susceptible of the pain and sorrow. Which are proper to a human soul. And as his atoning passion was undergone in the body. So it was undergone in the soul also as the solemn days seen we shall be especially called on my brethren to consider his sufferings in the body his seizure his forced journeyings to and fro his blows and wounds his scourging the crown of thorns the nails the cross. They are all summed up in the crucifix itself as it meets our is they are represented all at once on his sacred flesh as it hangs up before us and meditation is made easy by the spectacle it is otherwise would the sufferings of his soul they cannot be painted for us nor can they even be duly investigated they are beyond both sense and thought and yet they anticipated his bodily sufferings. The agony a pain of the soul not of the body was the first act of his tremendous sacrifice. My Soul is sorrowful even unto death. He said Nay if he suffered in the body it really was in the soul for the body did but convey the infliction onto that which was the true recipient and seat of the suffering. This it is very much to the purpose to insist upon. I say it was not the body that suffered but the soul in the body it was the sole and not the body which was the seat of the suffering of the eternal word consider then there is no real pain though there may be apparent suffering when there is no kind of inward sensibility or spirit to be the seat of it. A tree for instance has life organs growth and decay. It may be wounded and injured it droops and is killed but it does not suffer because it has no mind or sensible principle within it but wherever this gift of an immaterial principle is found. Their pain is possible and greater pain. According to the quality of the gift how do we know spirit of any kind? We should feel as little as a tree feels. Had We know soul? We should not feel pain. More acutely than a brute feels it but being men we feel pain away in which none but those who have souls can feel it living beings I say feel more or less according to the spirit which is in them. Brutes feel far less than men because they cannot reflect on what they feel they have no advertently or direct consciousness of their sufferings. This it is that makes pain so trying namely that we cannot help thinking of it while we suffer it. It is before us. It possesses the mind. It keeps our thoughts fixed upon it. Whatever draws the mind off the thought of it lessens it hence friends tried to amuse us when we are in pain for amusement is a diversion. If the pain is slight they sometimes succeed with us and then we are so to say without pain even while we suffer and hence it continually happens that in violent exercise or labor men meet with blows or cuts so considerable and so durable in their effect as to bear witness to the suffering which must have attended their infliction of which nevertheless they recollect nothing and in quarrels and in battles wounds are received which from the excitement of the moment are brought home to the consciousness of the combatant. Not by the pain at the time of receiving them but by the loss of blood that follows. I will show you presently my brethren how I mean to apply what I have said to the consideration of our Lord sufferings I I will make another remark consider then that hardly any one. Stroke of pain is intolerable. It is intolerable when it continues you cry out perhaps that you cannot bear more patients feel as if they could stop the surgeons hand simply because he continues to pain them. They're feeling is that they have borne as much as they can. Bear as if the continuance and not the intensiveness was what made it too much for them. What does this mean? But that the memory of the foregoing moments of pain acts upon and as it were edges the pain that succeeds if the third or fourth or twentieth moment of pain could be taken by itself. If the succession of the moments that preceded it could be forgotten it would be no more than the first moment as bearable as the first taking away the shock which accompanies the first but what makes it unbearable is that it is the twentieth that the first the second the third onto the nineteenth moment of pain are all concentrated in the twentieth so that every additional moment of pain has all the force the ever increasing force of all that has preceded it hence. I repeat it. Is that brute? Animals would seem to feel so little pain because that is they have not the power of reflection or of consciousness. The do not know they exist. They do not contemplate themselves. They do not look backwards. Affords every moment as it succeeds is. They're all they wander over the face of the earth and seeing this thing in that and feel pleasure and pain but still they take everything as it comes and then let it go again as men do in dreams they have memory but not the memory of an intellectual being they put together nothing they make nothing properly one and individual themselves out of the particular sensations which they receive nothing is to them a reality or has a substance beyond those sensations. They are but sensible of a number of successive impressions and hence as their other feelings. So they're feeling of pain is but faint and doll. In spite of their outward manifestations of it it is the intellectual comprehension of pain as a whole diffused through successive moments which gives it its special power and keenness and it is the sole only which. Abreu has not which is capable of that comprehension. Now apply this to the sufferings of our Lord. Do you recollect. They're offering him wine mingled with myrrh. When he was on the point of being crucified he would not drink of it. Why because such a portion would've stupefied his mind and he was bent on bearing that pain in all its bitterness you see from this my brethren the character of his sufferings he would have seen escaped them had that been his father's will if it be possible he said. Let This Chalice. Pass from me. But since it was not possible he says calmly and decidedly to the apostle who would have rescued him from suffering the Chalice which my Father Hath given me. Shall I not drink it? If he was to suffer he gave himself to suffering. He did not come to suffer as little as he could. He did not turn away his face from the suffering. He confronted it or as I may say he breasted it that every particular portion of it might make its do impression on him and as men are superior to brute animals and are affected by paying more than they by reason of the mind within them which gives a substance to pain such as it cannot have in the instance of brutes so in like manner our Lord felt pain of the body with an advert since and a consciousness and therefore with keenness and intensity and with a unity of perception which none of us can possibly fathom or compass because his soul was so absolutely in his power so simply free from the influence of distractions so fully directed upon the pain so utterly surrendered so simply subjected to the suffering and thus he may truly be said to have suffered the whole of his passion in every moment of it. Recollect that our blessed Lord was in this respect different from us that though he was perfect man yet there was a power in him greater than his soul which ruled his soul for he was God. The soul of other men is subjected to its own wishes feelings impulses passions perturbations. His soul was subjected simply to his eternal and divine personality. Nothing happened to his soul by chance or on a sudden he never was taken by surprise nothing affected him without his willing beforehand that it should affect him never did he saw or fear or desire or rejoice in spirit but he. I willed to be sorrowful or afraid or desirous or joyful when we suffer it is because outward aitchison the uncontrollable emotions of our minds. Bring suffering upon us. We are brought under the discipline of pain. Involuntarily we suffer from it more or less acutely. According to accidental circumstances we find our patients more or less tried by it according to our state of mind and we do our best to provide Levy Asians or remedies of it. We cannot anticipate beforehand. How much of it will come upon us or how far we shall be able to sustain it nor can we say afterwards why we have felt just what we have felt or why we did not bear the suffering better it was otherwise with our Lord. His divine person was not subject could not be exposed to the influence of his own human affections and feelings except so far as he chose I repeat when he chose to fear he feared when he chose to be angry. He was angry when he chose to grieve. He was grieved. He was not open to emotion but he opened upon himself voluntarily. The impulse buy which he was moved.
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"Nine AM huge game Sunday on the lake front were all over bears and Vikings plus we'll talk baseball is this season unfortunately comes to an end for that comes on Sunday in St Louis the white Sox still a few things to play FOR commanders to close it out and win a batting title will Jose Abreu B. R. B. I. champ shape poplars with me from fox thirty two she's also over the bears beat cabinet company roles nine AM on ESPN one thousand. call a platoon. Rogers has been in this situation. see fires it is. sportsradio ninety four W. I. P. on the call sports in our goal and we go on to some fits in the first game a week for the eagles went into Lambeau field beat the Packers thirty four twenty seven Aaron Rodgers threw a game ending interception with twenty five seconds left on the eagles one yard line the first big garages career within his opponents three meanwhile in baseball last night long time mariners ace Felix Hernandez made what was likely his last start for the franchisee with five and one third innings while striking three out in an eventual three to one loss to the ETS Hernandez is one of six active pictures with twenty five with twenty five hundred more strikeouts sticking in Major League Baseball there are only three days remaining in the Major League Baseball regular season the AL wildcard race is truly coming down to the wire the rays hold a two game lead over the Indian sorry go looks for the second spot and finish.
"abreu" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"So it can't let's say this is basic math. Right. It can't feed you outage Abreu it can't feed you insight on calculus. You have to I learn calculus, and say, we'll watch what you can do with this calculus. So you have to expand your knowledge, once you expand your knowledge, the inter wish is going to say, we'll try this try this out try that out do this do that. And that's when you start to grow. So you've got to go back to knowledge, and then the second thing to, to increase your happiness. It's just about appreciation, right? So now wake up in the morning, I'm just appreciative. Gotta go to work. No. Like, sometimes I walk outside and my draws in my robe, and just stay outside like, wow. Like, I'm not rich, but it's just like wow. Yeah. I haven't had to go on a canoe. No. I've, I haven't I haven't worked I haven't worked at day in the last ten years. It's like every day, I get up. And I only do things that interest me only work on projects. That, that energize me and bring my life value. And, and I, I don't know part of why I do what I do yesterday's episode. Iv. Sorry. We did episode on this airing on Friday. So we did the episode on Monday was all about was all about just a motivation. And like how where did my life come from? And how did I end up where I was? And I, I read a letter from somebody who had was changing her life and based on some of the stuff we talked about. And I don't know after. Her working in some of the worst jobs imaginable and, and coming from nothing to now be able to wake up every day. And, and just do whatever I want to have the whole world, open to me, and I look at everybody else's life. And I say, did you life could look like this? Like it might not look like my life because I built the life I want, but you can build the life you want. And you can wake up every day with passionate joy for what you do. And you can feel like you never have to work and, and it starts with you can controlling the source of your income, like, how do I be in charge of where the money comes from, and whether I want a little bit or whether I wanna lot? How do I make myself the person who's completely and solely responsible for that? And that is terrifying to most people like they, they can't the idea that they wouldn't walk in and know at the end of the week, how much money was going to be in the door is, is, is. Beyond comprehension. It's very daunting and what's unfortunate about that. I think is that at the end of the day they end of leading a life of mediocrities between, you know, total failure in their troop potential, because they chose safety over a life of abundance. And I don't just mean I don't just mean well, I mean a life of abundance of time. Yeah. And so, yeah, when you talked about time earlier, it was really hit home to me, because I, I look at time as the most valuable resource, it's the non-renewable one, you know, my money is always renewable. I can always get more of that. I know how to do that, I can never get more time this moment, this second is all that. I have this time we're spending together. If this is not the most valuable use if it's not enjoyable fulfiling to me, then I don't wanna be doing it right. As I'm wasting the most valuable asset. I'm and to hear you talk. This is what I wish people. Would hear you talk about this is why I wanted to have you on the show, hoping we would get to this stuff. I wanted this is the stuff. This is the life changing, and it doesn't matter, whether you're red yellow black, or white, everybody suffers from a sense that, oh, I don't wanna be responsible. I wanna I wanna lay the responsibility on somebody else. I'm willing to accept a little less life in order to have a little less responsible for somebody to blame. Whatever goes wrong in my life..
"abreu" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Build energy in a situation. We would use blue Tacoma situation down or or bring about peace or really just following the psychological trends of how colors affect people while in marketeers who understand how to market to people in stores or restaurants will use different colors and music in order to get people excited about buying things. And you know, shopping more aiding more and things like that. It's amazing. How those aspects affect people. There are so many things that we don't really understand why. And how the effect that old adage of their more things in heaven and earth dreamt of in your philosophy. You know, we just don't understand how all of these things work. We just know that they do and color is one of those things that we know that there are certain frequencies colors operate on that create a response. And it's that response that we're depending on in looking for in magical practices. Well, as marketing do you do curses? I don't do. Curses. I will do retribution if someone has been harmed when someone comes to a brouhaha or brew hall, which is a male witch Abreu is a female, which we are there that our client, and we advocate for them. And so we the the theory is that if they're brought to us we're meant to help them on some level. And so I have done retribution magic where I am bringing a return to someone who is harmed someone else. But I don't personally take it up on my self just a curse people willy nilly. I know people who do, but I'm not one of those people people get cursed. Anyway, do they have to know that they're being cursed? Not at all. In fact, in the in the Mexican practice of Riverina, there is there's certain crossings as we call them that can happen without either party knowing it, for instance, if a person since jealousy toward another person, you wouldn't think of that as being a cursing, but it's still a negative energy moving toward another somebody cuts you off in the freeway, and you have choice words for them. You have just sent a burst of of strong negative energy in their direction. And so when I'm teaching people the art of one of the first things, I say is you can work magic with the blink of an eye that learn to check yourself as far as what you say. Even what you think is it true, though, that when you send out those kinds of negative energies. They eventually come back and get you. Some degree because I had one mentor who said magic splatters meaning it can get on you as well. And I don't personally subscribe to things like threefold law or the law return. I do believe however that we create an energy around us with what we do. And so anything that I do for my clients. I try to come from a place of love a place of appreciation for that client. They're experiencing what they're going through. So different different spiritual paths have different ideas on what comes back to us. You have. Clean in those people that continued to promote evil in you, don't, but they continue to promote evil, but eventually that's kinda wear them. Now, don't you think? Tolan people and in our lives, we can even look around at the art types of people and society, and you can see that people who are chronically angry people who are chronically resentful. You can see it in their face. It changes the way that they look it changes the way to engage the world, and it changes their quality of life. And so there is a psychological component to this as well that creates outcomes they don't anticipate by harboring resentments at harboring anger. And of course, you remove these curses or exes from people as well. Don't you? Very rewarding practice because sometimes I've been carrying around them around for many years. And sometimes it's something that they have put into themselves by clinging to the past clinging to old hurts and creating a bridge between themselves and their abuser. Katrina since you've been doing this. And you've been doing it for years. Now, what has been for you personally? One of the most scariest aspects of all of this. Wow. I think what is the most terrifying to me is when I get people who have absolutely no concept of accountability. And that sounds like something that wouldn't be particularly scary. But it's hard to relate to those people in any type of learning capacity because they're not understanding doing motions. They just want action in terms of harming someone and I've had people come into my my practice who really do just went hurt somebody and that can be pretty scary. I've had times of the brouhaha where we had a lot of gang activity where I was and we are safe place for them to come and confide to unburden themselves. And we would actually have the gang members who would show up at our shop almost schedule. So that they were at different times, if they were competing gangs, and you know, for a little white girl that can of it scary, sometimes amazing. Crossroads of conjure. That's the name of her latest book Katrina row. Pass bold. Her websites are linked up at coast to coast, AM dot com. And have you ever felt that you were in harm's way? Not from my clients that I took on his my clients know, sometimes were you working someone's behalf. It can be uncomfortable. If you're advocating for for instance, a woman who's being abused in her marriage physically abuse, you sometimes been have angry husband's coming your way. There's been times police have had to be involved with that situation, and that can be tough. That's I think that's really the only time that I felt personally at risk. There was some of the house cleaning Clinton's that got a little bit Harry. And let's talk about that too. When we come back to Trina rasp bold.
"abreu" Discussed on WGN Radio
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"abreu" Discussed on WGN Radio
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"abreu" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball
"But when he came back off the DL with the Indians from September eleventh through the end of the month. He hit three home runs in sixty plate appearances at two eighty four hundred five twenty it's a two forty eyeso- like he was back at the end of the season. And we ate skills wearing wine to and we we talk about all the time with pitchers I want to see if they're hurt. I want to see him back in throwing well at the end of the season. So I can buy in the next year. I'm going to do the same thing with a hitter and just hope that the thirty three year old body holds up. It's it's a decent park of for him. Even though he, you know, I love him to be lefthanded SunTrust, but he's still, you know, still guys can go the other way to end that lineup is going to be really nice around him. I I really liked Donaldson this year. And I think people are underestimating him, I think people are underestimating turn. Her as well. I think he's a guy that should perennial perennially underestimated. I think he is. And I think this is a a nice year to buy in. I bought them both in in that dynasty league that after BF dynasty league as guys who are older and everybody ran away from because they're older in in a dicey format and. I just think that they they're going to offer some pretty great value considering where they're going. Yeah. I agree. I agree with that on both with and I have no problem taking both now with Donaldson curious like just how high you might go because I ended up taking him. Oh, maybe a little bit earlier than I wanted. It was one of those things where woke up yesterday felt fine. And then all of a sudden it just had like massive headache and kind of fell back asleep in that mid mid to late mornings. I got auto picked he was the top of my cue. So I wanted him. But it was just maybe a little bit higher than I was then I was looking for let me give you the exact pick number here. It was picked seventy eight for Josh Donaldson probably a bit higher than I would go. Yes is ADP. Like, I said is is one of four. So I'm looking like pick eighty nine just behind yourself week in Jose Abreu. Exactly the right spot for me. He went let's see. Plead was already gone. Oh, I'm sure it is fly soaring going. Oh now, everyone wants our boy. Okay. Yeah. And I think I'm being kind of typecast is this guy who's like anti league for some reason. And since we just recently because I think he's being overdrafted right now. Oh, yeah. Well, the price. I mean, the price is going up insanely in like, don't you wrong? I love the I love the part change for him that that doesn't keep him on the field. Like, let's let's let's wait to see him. Stay on the field for a full season. Love the talent. I think it's it's a great situation for him. But I think there's also you know, what happens when he has his first outburst with Cincinnati. I I don't know. I think some of that's a little bit overrated to in terms of like what he's done with Donaldson. I think he would have made it back to me in the seventh round. That's probably where you should've taken him. I don't have a problem with either. I look at the there's only one guy I wish I would've taken any went a couple of picks later, which was to get my second pitcher to go with the Graham. And so my second pitcher right now is Michael is. And ideally, I'd like Michael this as a number three, but I do have a premium ace. And so I'm really not mad about the Kyle Gibson later and really just shore up that that rotation for you..
"abreu" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"I'm Gary McNamara. Eight six six ninety redeye so on the the the whole Abreu source story that came out yesterday that the hill dot com John Solomon head and Catherine Herridge and sit ups and had on on from FOX yesterday. I think when you actually when you break it down to what Bruce or actually testified to to the house. It clarifies number one. It throws out. What was earlier thought that the Democrats editor their memo that really as say here, the or testimony seems to contradict the two thousand eighteen memo from Democrats in the house intelligence committee under surveillance warned application for Trump campaign aide Carter page which relied heavily on the dossier, while ores testimony indicated that he met with senior FBI leadership in August of two thousand sixteen shortly after the meeting was steal the Democrats memo states, the majority mischaracterizes Bruce ores role overstates the significance of his interactions with steel and misleads about the timeframe of orbs communication with the BI saying or told the bureau in November of two thousand sixteen about his earlier communications with steel which means that gives the FBI cover for the warrant in October. Right. Well, and any go ahead. The whole idea would be is if they were aware that this information again was bogus. It was false and purely political information and they approached the Pfizer court anyway. Right. So was there any gray area? Here's a question that you're you're asking the Democrats seem to be always talking about the fact, well, they weren't sure they thought it was intelligence, whatever. Right. You get to this point. Fox News also confirmed the order transcript stated quote, so when I provided it to the FBI I tried to be clear that this is source information. I don't know how reliable it is. You're going to have to check it out and be aware. These guys were hired by somebody relating to who's related to the Clinton campaign and be aware and of quote, then another quotas. He continued I wanted them to be aware of any. Possible bias or you know, as evaluate the information. They need to know the circumstances. I provided information to the FBI when I thought Christopher Steele was as I said desperate that Trump. Not be elected. So yes, of course, I provided that to the FBI and of quote..