35 Burst results for "Acosta"
Dan Bongino: Jim Acosta Is Just Really Stupid
"Are just stupid people and just smart people. Jim Acosta, assure I you, is just really stupid. He is. Jim Acosta, it's true. I met this guy. He's a moron. Jim Acosta is just dumb. There are smart people in the media who are evil, but they do what they do and they do it tactically because they're very smart and you know what they're doing. Trust me when I tell you Acosta not is one of these people. One of the funniest things I've ever seen, I believe it was Acosta, was when he was doing a book signing. I'm sure this was Acosta and nobody showed up. So they had, that was him, right Jim? And he did and just started signing the books because there was no one there. It was hilarious. Like I've never seen anything so funny in my life. Like this guy, Trump put this guy on the map. this If guy was even a semi -decent reporter he would have been the Woodward and Bernstein, right? Would have burned off our time. He would have been. Trump hated this guy and yet he's so incompetent and stupid he to managed even turn that launching pan Trump gave him into a failed career trying to be a CNN Absolutely no one watches. So his role, this is why. Because this guy doesn't have a dignified honest bonus body. I want you to watch him yesterday. He was on with a Republican Congressman. Talking about the border. Acting like a good little apparatchik here promoting the border is closed conspiracy theory. I mean this is obviously meant disinformation to inoculate liberals from the consequences of their destruction on the country. us But that doesn't care one bit one bit and why this Republican Congressman allowed Jim Acosta to talk to him like this. I got to tell you I'm just confused. A lot of people are like oh he did a good job. I don't know this guy but I don't this think is a good job. Acosta is like I'll ask the questions here sir. I would have walked right off the scene and be like you know what Acosta you can plant a big wet one on my ass. I'm on your show doing you a favor with your 100 ,000 people watching if you're
A highlight from 224: Do the Right Things
"Dr. Alan Laika here and I'd like to welcome you to how to live a fantastic life show where we will be discussing the important aspects of your life. We hope to inspire you to live the best life you can. Get out of your comfort zone and explore the awesome world around you. Break through your barriers, take inspired action. Use the difficulties in your life to achieve the best version of you. Ladies and gentlemen, our next guest is Carlos Acosta Rodriguez. He was born in Torrein, Mexico and lives in Guadalajara, Mexico. He was formerly a computer systems engineer, an Apple consultant since 1990. He's creator of the podcast One Day Less since 2019 and the FM show and podcast Sublime since 2010, which is now approaching its 400th episode. He's an audiobook producer, a radio broadcaster, a tennis fan and a player. So tell me, what has happened to you since January 3rd, 2008? Dr. Laika, it's an honor to be here in your show. Thank you for the opportunity. First of all, I am honored and thank you again. Muchas gracias. My pleasure to have you. Thank you. Let me tell you about that date. It's been now 14 years. I had a serious near -death car accident. I was a copilot in a car, one car crash. Thank God we didn't crash another car. I was sitting near the pilot. The driver felt asleep and we got out of the road and we crashed with something. I don't know, maybe a rock, maybe something standing beside the road. But what happened is that I didn't know about me for about 10 days. I was in a coma fighting for my life. I woke up asking what happened to me. The brother that was there and of course doctors because I was in the hospital told me I had a very serious car accident. I was there in the hospital trying to recover. It sounded like a nightmare at first because I tried to pinch myself to wake up and nothing happened. I think this is a nightmare, this is not real. It was a very sad experience at the moment because you don't expect that from life. It happens and then you have to realize it's real. And then you have to realize that not everything was bad because I was alive. You are alive and then you have a second opportunity. And that was the second thing that happened to me after realizing that it was something from the real world and I was there still alive. I had a second chance. You know it's amazing how your life can change in an instant and how your life will all of a sudden take a 180 degree turn. Yes and you know I don't think that any one of us in this world has a path to have a crash or something terrible in your life. It's just that happens. I felt very lucky before my accident in my life and after because I'm still here and you don't know. You just want to think that nothing will happen to you because you take care of yourself. But sometimes even though you take care of yourself, it happens. And it's something that changes your life completely. Your spirit, your soul, your life, your physical life, everything around you is different. And that's a very important lesson to take and to take it the best possible way. So tell me what has happened since that fortuitous day and how has your life changed? Well my life changed completely because you know I lost my economy was in total bankruptcy because of the accident I had to pay all the medical bills. And I had physical sick sequels that I still have. And it happened in a trip I was doing outside of Mexico in Panama. So it was very hard for me, for my family, for the people that love me. And of course I love because it happened suddenly and everything that I knew was normal was not normal anymore. You know it happened that I had to recover and start from zero again. And at first you only have what you have inside. And that's very important to signal because if you don't have something inside that moves you towards a better future, towards tragedy, then you don't have a point in life you may be there down for the rest of your life. And I believe, I felt very lucky to be alive and I realized that life is a gift and a gift that was given by heaven, by God. I believe in God, I believe in, I am a Catholic person. And of course that was the message that I still live every day that I had a second chance. And you know the difficulties that happened were so great, so big. Of course with the help of many people around me, family, friends, but you have to do your part. You have to do what you have to do to be better, to feel better and to try to get out of that hole, you know, because it's a hole. And you need to do it step by step. You need to have patience and you need to have a belief, a faith in something. Maybe in God, maybe that life will give you a reward because you are doing better every day, in every aspect, you know, working, taking care of yourself in a physical way, taking care of yourself in a mental and spiritual way. So it was, you know, a road uphill, a bottle.
Biden WH Wants to Expel Reporters Who Don't 'Act Professionally'
"Now the Biden White House according to Fox wants to revise rules for who can attend press briefings and news conferences What do you think about that judge Who do you think it aimed at You think it's saved at the sycophantic press Think it seemed that the New York slimes of the Washington compost with a crap news network or MS LSD kirstjen Now White House informed reporters in a notice Friday that credentials known as hard passes Will be revoked under the new rules of a journalism doesn't act in a professional manner With written warnings for violations followed by suspensions and bans for repeat offenders How come that doesn't violate the First Amendment Oh I forgot This is Biden not Trump Today news Africa reporter Simon atiba who's drawn attention by sometime shouting to press secretary Karin John Pierre In the back of the briefing room objects to the policy course it aimed at him named Fox it seemed that anybody who takes her on it she is a complete idiot She is a complete propagandist One of the worst press secretaries in history Washington Post noted that the rules represent the Biden White House's attempt to establish a code of conduct To avoid the legal jeopardy that the Trump administration ran into when it banished CNN reported Jim Acosta in journalists Brian Curran whoever that is from The White House complex in 2018 and 19 It's good to hear that The White House is looking to establish some objective standards governing White House press passes says Ted putros the lawyer who defended the Costa told the post but he called the proposed rules unduly
Kayleigh McEnany Fought Hostile Press During COVID-Era
"Deal with a hostile press, unlike Obama, Obama would come up in his tan suit and they'd say, how is the ice cream on your trip to Europe? And you are getting like, I mean, the questions you had to get Kayleigh, you were press secretary during COVID. Is that right? That's right. The most aberrational time arguably in recent history. Yes, that's what I mean, just so everyone understands, and I'm sure you talk about this in the book, serenity in the storm. Kayleigh would come up. There are no good answers the way they were framing the questions. They basically say, you know, why did my grandma die Kaley, can you tell me? I mean, it's like, it's just, there's no good answers. Just walk us through that. You were the front lines of the most ferocious aggressive press campaign against any administration ever. This was election year. It was COVID. It was the country was changing in real time. And I thought you handled it beautifully. Walk us through that from your perspective. Charlie, I knew I needed to be better prepared than any member of the press. I knew I needed to do more research, more homework, have more answers called more department heads, get into the weeds myself. I'm not someone who gets talking points and goes out and says then. I'm someone to help create the talking points really important. I would go up and I would say things like, I fought and so did president Trump for schools opening for America's children. Set it AD nauseam at the podium. I would cite scientific data in support of the damage being done to America's kids. And in return, it doesn't matter what I said, how many footnotes I had. Jim Acosta would go and tweet out Kayleigh says it open and contravention of the science. So exact opposite of what I said, meanwhile, today, you have Korean Jean Pierre saying, a legal immigration is going down, Republicans want to fund border defund border patrol and Republicans want in our fighting to put fentanyl on our streets. These are abject lies. And
Diego Rivera: Master Soul Communicator and Disrupter of Patriarchy
"The superstructure of patriarchy is a structure of power that organizes and operates to protect and privilege its primary beneficiary, males. Remember that the patriarchy problem is a problem of inequality. The critical project of the patriarchy is to be and to maintain absolute power. That absolute power can and should be disrupted. Disruptions to the project of patriarchy weaken its stability. This is a universal truth understood by master communicators of the soul. Our teaching for today will receive and consider the message that master communicator of the soul, Diego Rivera, carried to us. When the patriarchy came for Diego Rivera, he wasn't having it. The painter, Señor Diego Rivera, his full name was Diego Maria Concepcion Juan Nepomuceno Estanislo de la Rivera y Barrientos de Acosta y Rodriguez. He was the proud son of a minor. Writer, Cardona Pena said that, Diego Rivera contains in his blood, a cocktail of maps whose olive is in Mexico. It should be imbibed slowly to avoid sudden intoxication. His paternal grandparents were an Italian Jew, born in Russia, and a Portuguese Jewess who immigrated to Holland. His maternal grandparents were from Veracruz and San Miguel de Allende. Guanajuato, Mexico. There was a gentleman, he was born in El Salvador and raised in Costa Rica. A columnist, a science fiction writer, poet, narrator, and essayist by the name of Alfredo Cardona Pena. And every Sunday for 52 weeks in Mexico, he interviewed Diego Rivera, then age 63. The interviews were later translated into English by his younger brother, Alvaro Cardona Hein, 66 years later. Cardona Pena said, we can identify the painter with each of the deities that formed the Aztec pantheon with the Tlaloc, God of water, with Quezacotil, beneficent God of light, and with profound cotelique, goddess of earth and death, portrayed with eagle claws and a skirt of snakes. Rivera himself referred to the pre -Hispanic idols as his nourishment. Speaking about the aesthetics of Rivera's painting, philosopher Samuel Ramos said, it begins with the assumption that art must be the expression of an ideological content determined by the social conditions of the moment in which the artist lives. Rivera's painting involves a political thesis. His entire mural achievement is the visual objectification of a socialist idea based on Mexican history. Diego Rivera said that a painter is just as any artist the product of the society in which he lives individually, a being processing a neuro glandular system. And an ocular apparatus that aids him in his work, agents that are nothing but receptive conductors, transmitting apparatuses for the aspirations, desires and struggles of the masses that intervene in the medium produced. He said that art is meant to produce in a human being an aesthetic emotion, a unique phenomenon due to the proper and complete provocation that passing through the neurosympathetic system moves its adjacent glands so that these may yield their secretions to the organism. This is as necessary to life as those products that feed the digestive system. In consequence, if art is not made, there is a danger of death. Speaking about popular art, Rivera said that among the middle wealthy and aristocratic, there were those who inherited the mentality of those who divided the population of Mexico and Indians and people of reason. They consider popular art shameful. But before the Mexican Revolution, farmers, workers and artisans lived in a world separated from the middle classes by an abyss which became deeper in the period between 1862 and 1902 due to the influence of Europe in both the conservative and the liberal side. Cardona Pena writes that Rivera could look deeper into popular art and find strange forms of communication, roots, lost links, bits of shipwrecks and ships without a compass. That he could put the people to his ear as if they were a shell and then listen to the waves of the past voices, many of which only he could decipher. He he'd said stick his hand down the nearest feminine neck and pull out a gold necklace. He'd put the piece on the floor and with his naked ancient treasures, find an object that belonged to the night, place it next to the jewel and begin to smile slowly, because according to him, he had found between them a connection between yesterday and today. A hanging bridge over which, like the great belly gentleman he was, he could wander and sway up and down as he wished. Cardona Pena said that Diego Rivera showed us his investigative powers, bringing up things that philosophers would have to figure out on their own. Rivera, referencing the patriarchy, said that those in power rely on the collaboration of warriors, magicians or men of science, but that they also needed the help of producers of aesthetic emotion, artists. He saw painting as an essential function of human life, that wherever human beings lived, painting has existed and exists because it is a language as with words. And so he invented a particular style of Mexican painting. It could be converted into an effective weapon against lying to the people, teaching the people to discover through its contents the lies power uses to exploit it. That's what he called realism.
Assault Case Dismissed Due to Lack of Injury Under NY Law
"New Yorkers worry about the surge in major violence since the pandemic. But small quote unquote violence has also exploded, creating an environment of fear. Isadora Acosta, an architect, was between business meetings march 8th around noon. After one near a Columbus circle, I don't know, I don't know what that means after one the near Columbus circle. She stopped at Whole Foods to get groceries and hopped on an M 7 bus to drop them off at her upper west side home. If it's doable, I would always choose the bus over the subway, she says, because there's been so many subway crimes in the middle of the day. Acosta took a seat behind a man. Without any prior interaction, the man, who she estimates, was in his 50s, started hitting me. I was completely shocked. He slapped her several times with both hands. He was mumbling words. Acosta didn't understand. I said to him, I'm sorry, I don't know what I did. A woman helped her leave the boss at the next stop. A custom filed a police report. The police asked her if she wanted to press charges, and she said yes. It seemed to me that everything was leading towards some follow-up, she says. Yet when she called to inquire on progress, the NYPD told her the case. Was inactive. With no exclamation. The New York police department does not dispute this account. A cost of 16 year old son Emilio fears the police are an investigating because the district attorney has stopped prosecuting such cases. Something a family friend detective told them. Since there was no blood. Most of us think hitting someone is assault, but unless a person sustains an injury under New York law hitting someone is just harassment.
Joe Biden Wants More 'Polite People' Before Answering on UFOs
"Cut 9 ready Go ahead Sir Mister president mister president there is going to be criticism Mister president there has been criticism that this was an overreaction that was done because of political pressure That's the question We have more polite people And more polite people You mean like you calling half the country names constantly Is your relationship with China compromised by your family's business relationships in China And then you can hear another reporter shouting over that reporter Because you know I'm sure there were The New York Times of The Washington Post They don't want they don't want an answer to that quite Give me a break man Give me a break Give me break man Then he tells Peter Alexander One of the phony journalists you can come by my office and ask that question when we have more polite people I guess he's not used to Jim Acosta who's not there yelling in his face like he was with Donald Trump how rude the media were with him or for Reagan that matter Scott doesn't know where rude is he can give it that he can't take it Much like the rest of the left So that was it
"acosta" Discussed on WTOP
"1999 to double clutch MVP and Super Bowl MVP in the same season and he's still only 27 years old. Rob woodwork WTO sports. Okay, rob 7 47 top stories we're following for you tributes pour in after the passing of former nationals owner Ted Lerner, Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell called him a good friend and D.C.'s mayor praises his bold vision for our region. The White House insists those mysterious flying objects have nothing to do with aliens, but we aren't getting many answers about what they actually are yet. Authorities in New York are now identifying the man arrested for hitting several pedestrians with a U haul truck in a violent rampage. Authorities say the 62 year old man is from Malaysia. He's been living in New York City for an unclear amount of time. They don't believe terrorism was involved. Stayed with WTO for more about these top stories in minutes at 7 48. Traffic and weather on the 8s and when it breaks, here's bob himmler in the traffic center. In the district, I two 95 southbound after suitland Parkway and near joint base on Acosta bowling the crash remains getting my under police direction single file. So be alert coming off of 6 95 and the 11th street bridge getting onto southbound I two 95. Around the beltway, things are pretty quiet in Maryland and Virginia in Maryland on 15 and three 40 traveling southbound after mount Zion road, there's a crash there. On two 70, there are no delays, 95 in the Baltimore Washington Parkway each doing all right, Virginia side. All but cleared out on 95 traveling south through woodbridge and all the way to Fredericksburg, you are good to go. Also running pretty well in both directions on I 70. Still working on the crash on eastbound Braddock road near Roberts road though. Bob and Linda WTO traffic. Storm team four, four day forecast. Let's get to Mike's Jennifer. Looks like temperatures will stay at or above average for the next several days for tonight it'll be clear.
MSNBC Does Better Than CNN in Hiring Racists and Bigots
"Look at the CNN the constipated news network Layoffs They're losing money They're losing audience They're losing ratings And all the talk about them correcting course and really being a news group That is a joke As long as you have Jim Acosta there and the in the conga line of loser guests you're not going to have a real news operation and they're not going to make money Then you go over to MSL state Now they're in a better position because ultimately they're owned by Comcast that you pay for through cable Comcast owns NBC And MSNBC And I have to say this MSNBC does a hell of a better job than CNN I mean this honestly went hiring racists and bigots Nobody can beat MSNBC on the racists and bigots that they have in their lineup I mean real true racism bigots You've got joy Reid who can forget that whole lineup there Among others So they won't be laying off anybody soon because they have that big Comcast behind them
Jim Acosta: Shouldn't Folks Be Happy Brittney Griner Is Home?
"Now of course we know what Jim Acosta is he's a carnival Barker He's a fraud and a phony in a fake And if CNN goes under Jim Acosta will be working with Brian stalter Sort of an announcer at some I don't know Some event maybe some county fair Anyway cut ten go It was quick It was pretty quick the way you know someone the right really pounced on this shouldn't folks just be happy that Britney grinder's home Let's just wait Let me answer that for you Jim Is your name Jim is a really Jim It's not a matter of being happy that brittney griner is home You don't bastard It's a matter Of who was released and unleashed on the world A mass murder number one arms dealer on the planet A terrorist who is responsible for the death of thousands including black people Brown people yellow people White people Isn't that something that consider you have to be a suck up the Biden and the Democrats all the time you moron
Amber Athey: People Like Liz Cheney Are Disposable
"Is there really a lane I mean amber this has been tried right The John Kasich model and others think that nobody cares that you're done with your usefulness for Democrats right You were only useful because you won on the January 6th committee in prime time and yelled and screamed at Donald Trump That's over now You're going to be out of Congress sir So the Democrats don't like you and Republicans outside unlike the Lenin project the fake Republicans over there with The Lincoln Project the pitot protectors over there They're nobody likes you on the Republican side either So seriously is there a lane for her and what could she possibly do besides be a grifter No these people are completely disposable and the cable news cycle and the pundits who work within it are incredibly short right This is a short term thing As soon as the politics moves beyond you you will be pushed off of the network You'll get one appearance here and there I mean they did this to the reporters by the way who were really aggressive against Trump in the briefing room And they all got book deals and they all got CNN contributor ships Like Brian Karim April Ryan Jim Acosta And what happened to all of them as soon as Trump was out of office April Ryan switched to a new outlet that nobody's ever heard of It hasn't been on CNN in like 6 months Brian Karam his entire magazine he worked for Playboy went underwater He's no longer on CNN Nobody in the briefer likes him Jim Acosta has a fledgling CNN show that nobody watches and is apparently going to be punished under the new ownership of CNN So it's just like these people You know they think that they're going to be famous because they completely sell their souls to try to win the approval of the left But the left is very fickle and these people will outlive their useless I think the same is true for Liz Cheney Alyssa Farah who's at the view now all of these people will have a creation date just around the corner
Sara Carter: John Durham Is Warning Everyone There's More
"You know in the latest legal filing by dorm there's a line in there Sarah I think you and I both found interesting He doesn't say that the DNS data that was diverted to the Clinton campaign It wasn't illegally obtained I want to be clear with the audience Apparently it was a legitimate government contract But there are legitimate government contracts for researchers too but you can't give the research to the Chinese Communist Party It's where it was diverted later that's the scandal but it says in there in the opening line Durham says that the DNS data Sarah is among The Internet data exploited which again the English speakers like you and I with a reading comprehension better than Jim Acosta's means Durham probably has more right That there may be other Internet data there We get another why else would he write that Exactly Exactly He wrote that as part of I always call those magic beans Those are the little magic beans within writing that they're warning They're warning people within the Clinton campaign they're warning Michael sussman They're warning Perkins Kuwait Look we got more where this came from And we're going to let that out One of these days I think what is important also in that and what we have to comprehend is that remember Internet data and traffic flow and are protected in many different ways It would not surprise me It would not surprise me that John Durham is not just looking at what's the obvious Internet traffic but maybe traffic that was also hidden among files maybe hipa files may be other files that are traveling along the Internet that are supposed to be protected That are supposed to remain private But maybe they were carrying other information It just wouldn't surprise me if that was the
Remembering Mike Gallagher's '50 Things Liberals Love to Hate'
"I don't want to get personal with somebody like Brian stelter or Acosta. They're all just really, really fierce partisans. And they hate everything that Americans love. I wrote a book called 50 things liberals love to hate. And it was intended to be humorous, maybe you've read it. I hope you have. It's still available if you can get it on Amazon. It was years ago. What year did I write that book? Wouldn't we do that to Eric? Is that ten years ago, 15 years ago? It's a long time ago. But I had a ball because I took a chapter and devoted it to something that liberals hate, swimming pools, steakhouses, Walmart, American flag lapel pins. 50 things liberals love to hate. And of course I did it like chapters 50 through one. The final chapter just showed a picture of the United States of America, a map of the USA. That was the final thing liberals love to hate. But think about it. Now the hate
"acosta" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"And don't get me wrong, I don't think there's a problem with having stuff that's super specific. I actually find it valuable for brands of the size of a blizz. And I actually like last year was praising Fisher for doing the same thing with that trans out boop because it closes the gap so tightly that they have everything to offer from super light to medium light to light light you kind of close everything. So it's so tightly packaged that everybody has a specific thing that will work best for them. And it's similar to the bike world in a lot of ways, right? Like, for example, I saw a lot of Santa Cruz is when you sell Santa Cruz. It's like, okay, models, everything from a tall boy 50 ten, up through a nomad or almost exactly the same fucking bike -10%. You know, like it's minus or plus 10% depending on what you're doing. Anybody could ride any one of those bikes and do whatever they wanted to. And I think we're starting to get to that same category and skiing, where it's not like, oh, I brought the wrong ski. It's just like this is what I do. 80% of the time, the 20%, the skew will still be appropriate for. Yeah, I think you're making the exact right point of like sometimes there's an area where you get to a place where you're splitting hairs, but then there's also a right tool for the job and I do think skiing in particular is a quiver based sport in some ways that if you can, you want to have the right tool for the job to go do whatever it is you're planning on doing that day. And no metal in the ski at all. So it's just an in the mounting area. I see this black strip I'm assuming that's just a full sheet of carbon for binding retention. You've got a full sheet of carbon that plays a little bit to the stiffness underfoot as well as the torsional softness and the tip until you do still have a mounting plate in there to make it a one for one 9 5. Perfect. That's kind of what I was hoping you'd say. I love it. I think it's a super simple line. I'm very excited to go ski. I like that it has the little notch on the bottom for skins. I think that's very intelligent. I actually was like, when I saw this or when I heard about this coming out a few months ago, I was like, not sure if this was going to replace rustler. Or if it was just going to go kind of in its own category. And I think talking to you now, I'm glad it's going in its own category. I think it just it makes more sense for what you guys are starting to offer. Which is funny, it's like, you guys are starting to really go with that trend of making more uphill capable equipment, right? And making a more.
"acosta" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"Was enough. I woke up and I was shot. Exactly. That's exactly the program I was on yesterday and even watching watching football last night I was like, there is no way I'm going out for that one. I'll do it anything. All right, so let's talk about, let's one, let's kind of talk through the current line a little bit. We won't spend too much time on it because I think people are pretty familiar with it. It's one of the most successful ski lines in skiing overall. You got black pearl, you got Brahma. You got bonafide, you got rustler. I mean, you could not, it's funny when I talked to Justin last year. I was like, why isn't anything changing? And he was like, why would we change anything? Everything's working. And that's a good answer. I'm glad that this year, there are some changes coming because I think whenever there's a successful line, you run the risk of running it too long, and it becoming stale. So first, the first thing I want to ask you about on that topic, not that I'm suggesting that it's stale because it's a bestseller across the globe. Black pearl, what's the story? Has anything changed? Did anything change last year this year? Is anything changing this year to next year? Other than cosmetic. And if not, why not? Yeah, black pearls probably the best example of what you're talking about right there with a super successful name and franchise of skis for us that it's almost defined blizzard for almost a decade at this point. I think it's going on year four or 5 of the number one selling ski in the world regardless of that being a minsky women ski junior anything. Number one sold ski at this point. And yeah, I mean, even in the internal conversations we have, we're always kind of like waiting for waiting for people to move on and find something else it's sweet as, you know, trends change people's people's preferences change for whatever. But for us, it continues to be amazing how successful it is and we're certainly honored that it continues to be that way. And it's through no lack of work of making sure that we're trying to keep it as current and updated with everything that we see going on as much as possible. So it was brand new in 2021 with all new molds, all new side cuts, all new core constructions, everything kind of spearheaded by Leslie baker Brown, who's our director of our global women and women program. So her and her team really did a lot of work in collaboration with obviously our product managers in Europe to figure out what exactly that now fourth edition of that ski need to be at the time when it was brand new in 2021 there. So it carried forward from 2021 to 21 22, mostly for global pandemic reasons of questions around where people even going to want to buy products and go skiing last winter. So kind of took the safe approach on that one for 22, 23 here. We've both refreshed the entire graphical approach that whole line, as well as adjusted the core profiles of those skis a little bit. So the high cover and the thickness of the.
"acosta" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"If the listeners haven't seen the product, it's a cardboard bottle. Yeah, it's like a thin plastic bladder. And it uses 70% less plastic than a rigid plastic bottle. And for us, if we're making plant based products, we try to have non petroleum non plastic packaging as much as possible. Yeah. And we'll kind of talk about specific products I guess in a little bit. But what have you looked at any other brands at this point? Has anybody else impressing you with what's going on? What they're doing for sustainability, what they're doing to help the outdoor industry. Are there other brands that you kind of look at and you're like, okay, they're doing a good job. They're fucking killing it. We need to do more stuff like this. Yeah, this isn't going to surprise anybody, but Patagonia is crushing it. We just got some team jackets from them. And I reached out and I was like, hey, what's your greenest jacket? We want to make sure that we're buying your green stuff. What's made with recycled materials? They're like the whole line screen. Yeah. Everything's made for the strike on the chair. I'll tell you. What? You mean I can buy anything? Yeah. So those guys are crushing it. On the flip side, I think what a lot of brands are doing, especially in the wax and bike space is that they are now offering like a token go friendly product..
"acosta" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"True partnerships, where maybe we can talk about the different not just projects I want to work on, but product development, or I don't know, building community around this initiative or that. But when you're new to a relationship, you're not sorry to anyone who's on Tinder that's ever done this. I love you and can I marry you? You know, like immediately, right? That's too much. Yeah, like you have to back into that. And so to your point, you have to build. It takes time. But also knowing that some things, I think that's, again, it goes back to discernment. Some exchanges are going to be more transactional and others are going to be potentially a space where you can develop a partnership. You have to be like, what am I bringing to the table? What do I want here? Sure. And it's a growth opportunity sometimes. It's like you can grow. Sure. Working. And if that's the case, then that's amazing. Yeah. I mean, oh, that brings another great point to even the transaction thing, right? Right. If you're doing something you've never done before, then I say it's like if it's like 10% outside of my comfort zone or more, I'm not going to charge you a premium price for it because that's just unethical. Yeah. Yeah, if I'm not good at it, I'm not good at it. But I don't know how to and I might be, but I don't think that's as simple as that. But boundaries. Boundaries discernment and making some good choices. For sure. This has been great. Where can people find you? Where's your website? Where's your Instagram? Give me the whole whole bit. The whole bit. My website is Danny Reyes Acosta dot com that's DA and I are ACO STA dot com. And you'll be able to access both. I have two sites from there, so I have the consultant site as well as the athlete site. But everywhere else I'm not lost just discovering. So not lost, just discovering all one word. If you find me on LinkedIn, because you're that kind of person, it's just my name. I really love LinkedIn. Do you? Oh my gosh. This is the first time anyone's ever said this ever. I mean, I'm also a nerd, remember? No doubt. All right, BattleBots. Let's finish this thing. I'm linked out. Thank you. This has been great. I'll see you online. I'll see you at the next show. See the best. Sounds good. Thanks, kids. Peter, tell me who you are, a little bit about yourself. And then we'll go from there. Okay. Peter Arlene, founder and CEO of mountain flow eco acts, we are based in Carbondale, Colorado. We make plant based non petroleum skiing snowboard wax, bike loop and just launched recycled loam ski poles. That's awesome. What made you want to start a company like that?.
"acosta" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"I'm just joking. You sure. We should all get down on that. What are you doing there? We could crush. My point, I just want to encourage anyone that's out there that's because I talked to so many friends that are like, I really love what you're talking about on social media, but social media gives me so much anxiety and I don't know how to do this blah blah blah. I'm like, dude, it's really easy. You just pick like two things you care about. And then you can talk about those two things. Or pick one thing that you care about. And the rest of it can be mindless, power shots or whatever, you know? But you have to decide that you have to convert something. First, you have to decide that you give a shit. And then you have to say, okay, well, the fact that I give a shit like I'm actually going to talk about giving a shit. And shockingly, well, not shockingly. Once you start talking about the things you give a shit about, people will pay attention. For sure. And they're really beautiful thing is that you'll learn that a lot more people in the world around you give a shit too. And you'll start to see your friend group change and you'll start to see the stories that you tell change and it's pretty cool when you start giving a shit. Definitely notice that I've noticed that with us, it's like the more that we talk about things that we actually care about care about. It's like people are like, this is real. This is what we engage with. It's like, is that kind of thought, right? Which is crazy because social media is the fakest thing in the entire world. But you can put real shit out there and it'll still be really, really well. But you're almost like creating your own little safe space bubble by just believing in what you believe in, which is kind of neat. Because the Internet's horrible. We all know that. Social media can be the worst. But if you just focus on negativity, that's what it feeds you. But we start talking about specifically Adam and like hats off, but like talks about mental health. But that's hard to talk about, but he started talking about it and then you.
"acosta" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"Enjoyed these episodes. And without further ado, here is Danny Reyes Acosta. Danny, tell people who you are, a little bit about yourself, and then we'll go from there. Sounds good. I am Danny Reyes agusta. I'm based in southwest Colorado, which is on ute and Pablo land. And I'm a split board mountaineer. Well, climber, mountain runner, storyteller, strategist, and activist. Okay. What do you do? What do you do actually? If you simplify it down to so I can understand what you do. Yeah, my work is layered. I think a big so I come from a marketing background, but a big part of my work is centered on connecting the next generation of leaders to themselves in nature to stem the rising tide of the 6th mass extinction. Because we're fucking in it right now, man. I love that answer. So the work looks the work looks different dependent upon the season. So I'm paid as a professional athlete primarily as a snow sports athlete, but also as a runner and a climber. I also do a fair amount of storytelling. So documentary and filmmaking, some written word to do a little bit of creative consulting. And then some strategic advising in the marketing space and brand strategy space. And a little bit of public speaking here and there to talk about the things that are super important to me. Okay, what are some of those things? That's kind of what I want to get into with you. What's important to you and what if you had like brand pillars as an athlete? What do those look like? Well, have you seen the PowerPoint? I have seen that point in the picture. I have not. She said she was the first one ever that I'm like, okay, let's talk love an interview and she sent me all of the information detailed and organized and it's like right, it's right there. Everybody else was just like go find it. I looked at it..
"acosta" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"Two of them are in person. One of them I recorded a few weeks back. Danny Reyes Acosta, who's a mountain athlete is on the show, also formally from work to marketing for Nike. And it's now kind of taken on a life of her own. She's amazing, got hanging out with her a bunch, actually went to Diplo with her and a bunch of other people as well. Red rocks, which was a blast. She's amazing. And I think you'll get that within a few minutes of listening to this conversation with her. Peter Arlene from mountain flow eco wax. I got to spend some time with as well this week. So we have conversation with him. Talk about his product, what's different, why it's so much better for the environment than your traditional waxes. And then we talked to Christian Avery, which is a gear talk episode. That episode I've had for a couple of weeks, but I kind of was waiting to partner it with some of the right episodes. So that one's rad. It's like we talk about everything from the new blizzard hustle series to the new peak boot from technica, we really get into the weeds on this one. But we even talked about some of the things that he feels, they could have done better and some of the things that have kind of like, I don't know, needed to change and have changed next year's line. So yeah, I hope you guys enjoyed that conversation. With a bunch of stuff going on right now, obviously we're just at outdoor retailer for the week. So check that out. If you haven't seen any of our coverage, we also have a small recap article. We have videos that are posted onto retailers. After a retailer site, if you want to read the article, by the way, it's just at the podcast site. Or on new schoolers, either way. So there's that atom X is kind of taken on a life of his own. He basically just went out there and stuck him like everybody's face for the entirety of the show. And there's a really funny YouTube clip or video actually because it's four minutes long been asking people what their ten settings are and Shrek one or Shrek the musical and it's his elements and prime prime form. So if you want to learn a little more about AmEx and who he really is like that, I think this video does it. You can get that on our YouTube page. And the last thing that we'll plug for today is, we have a new sponsor. The show sponsored by the lovely people at spot insurance is a sponsor.
"acosta" Discussed on Insight Out with Billy Samoa
"And this is also what has been separated our society. Trust. We don't trust each other. And for me, sometimes it's hard to trust because what I have been through my life. And as I said before, we're living in an age where the influence that we have on other people, it's never been seen before like this. And now talk about another buzzword influence. It's a buzzword, but the reason why influence is a word that exists today and is a word that's often used is because people can make an impact on another human being because of all of the platforms that exist, where now you can get exposure to somebody you never would have. I never would have met you a hundred years ago. If we lived on the opposite side of this country, would never would have met you. But now today we're talking because of technology. And one of the things I explore, you know, on my show is this idea of world changers. People who can actually influence other people to change the world. I'm curious Lorena, as you think about the responsibility that we have as influencers or as world changers, what do you think people should be thinking about so that they can do what you said, which is you could do it the wrong way or you could do it in a bad way, harmful way or you could do it in a good way. What advice do you have for somebody that is or wants to be a world changer wants to influence other people and make the world a better place than they arrive when they leave? It's funny that you are talking about this today, but I had today in the morning, being after, I reached the 1.5 million of followers. I just made a post. But I haven't even show up or make a video where, you know, life. So today in the morning. I have a side to show up. And I just wanted to leave a message to everybody who has been supporting me, right? And the message was that for the last 6 days, I have been really, I mean, taking the time to reflect on what is going to be my mission next, you know? I just don't want to continue wanting into neutral. So I think that I have created impact in many people, many people, many people has learned a lot of things about branding for me. And I'm very happy for them. I see a lot of people when you businesses on LinkedIn and I'm very happy for them. I think that my personal view as a human being, it's that I want to really bring and create content that is going to create impact in somebody else life. You know, my business is going to be always there. I will always work hard for my business and to continue creative revenue. But my purpose is more to really inspire somebody to change their life to make difference and to really stand and believe for what they believe. Don't let other people make them think that what they believe or what they think is wrong. And I think that having a platform doesn't matter if it's one follower or 1.5 million of followers, it's a responsibility, because our words can influence people. Our worlds can help people to become better or become worse. Our words can help somebody else to find a job to lose their job..
"acosta" Discussed on Insight Out with Billy Samoa
"Going back to being relevant or not, you can be relevant as you can be. You can, but be a nice, a good irrevocable. Is she perspective, man? Let me ask you this. So a lot's changed over nearly 6 years you've been on the platform. What are your thoughts about where things are going, not just on LinkedIn, but just generally on social media? How do you see the future in your eyes of how you're going to navigate or adapt through the change? I believe that right now we all have the opportunity to be exposed. The good and the bad, you know, I believe that we have a choice and we can choose to be the good and not to be the bath. Because we're going to be there anyway. So how you want to be perceived is going to be exactly the same. So remember the bad brands? Nobody buys them. Nobody shares on them. And they're dying, they die because guess what? Consumers says terrible things about them. They lost trust. The future, you know, all the Internet and everything is the brand and branding. And personal branding, it's very important. So going back to your point of why I will share certain things because I'm thinking about the future. I'm not just thinking about it today of how I feel. It is because I'm thinking about how my daughter is going to feel if I ever write something against her dad. Because that's going to be there forever. And I'm going to make it public. So for what? Just to feed somebody else ego and seek for like some engagement, I will ruin maybe one to one week of my daughter's life. So what people is not mindful to think what they respond and what they share on social media. Yes, you need to be vulnerable. Jazz, you need to be open. Jazz, you need to be thinking outside of the box. Jazz, you need to be authentic. But I think that the word authenticity is about right now. You are not authentic, but sharing your private life. Your authentic, but you share the journey.
"acosta" Discussed on Insight Out with Billy Samoa
"What else? What are you afraid to share? I found. It's just I don't want to, I don't want to share that part of my life. Yeah, but I'm asking, what are you afraid to share? What don't you like to share? 'cause, you know, a lot of people share the personal things, right? They go personal as they can, and they do it just to get likes, but I know you're not about that. You're not afraid to show your story, but you're also not looking to gain followers or likes or comments because you're gonna share the most deepest darkest secrets. I know that about you. Why is that? It costs my life. We have to have privacy. I don't think that something that people should know. You know, sometimes people ask me, why don't you share that on LinkedIn? And I'm like, why I have to share the LinkedIn? And LinkedIn I share my journey. You understand, I'm sharing my life journey with my daughter, which is my mission right now. So that part of my journey is not on. The switch is off and has been off for the last 9 years. Or 8 years..
The Dumbest People on Earth Go Into Politics and Journalism
"The dumbest people on Planet Earth wind up in Politics and journalism They are morons I have dealt with journalists my entire life These people are idiots If you ask them who is buried in grant's tomb they will sit there and go Man give me a minute Do you got a phone I can throw that in my favorite search engine Google Who's yeah they needed yet Jim says they'll need a hint This is how dumb these people are They are so stupid and they listen to them They manufacture realities This is a perfect example of how it happens Jim queue up cut 11 first Here is one of the dumbest people I met this guy when I used to do hits at CNN Believe me this man has the IQ of a 97 year old sea turtle who is just like drank in a bunch of disposed medicine flushed down the toilet that made it into the ocean This is a genuine turd burglar a really stupid human being who I'm telling you is one of the dumbest people I've ever met Jim Acosta And yet the left worships is moron Remember when he put his book out and he went to his store with like a book signing he was nobody there This is Jim Acosta on a few weeks ago With Doctor Fauci talking about Ivermectin which if you just look it up I know that's a lot to ask liberals and they're probably too dumb to even type it into their phones If you just look it up Ivermectin is an FDA approved drug for human beings For the treatment of parasites that is sometimes used off label to treat COVID Is it also used in animals Yes liberal idiots just like penicillin and hundreds of other drugs have an animal use as well It doesn't mean it's an animal drug Where animals you idiots they don't even wear Adam off Where are insects or something Why are you people so dumb How did we get stuck living with these idiots on the left Mike get ready Crazy liberal lady's gonna call you foaming at the mouth any minute What's her name and or whatever She's angry because I call her out because they're so stupid Here's Acosta This happened a couple weeks ago months ago when I was talking to Anthony Fauci about an FDA approved drug calling it a livestock de warmer because it's Acosta He is I'm telling you I met him I'm not kidding This is a genuinely stupid human being Check this out And the podcast host Joe Rogan he came down with COVID He says he says he's been taking the livestock dewormer Ivermectin as well as other treatments that people talk about on the Internet and so on doesn't have any effect on COVID obviously Did you ever expect that you would have I guess to compete Obviously with the likes of Tucker Carlson and Joe Rogan Doctor Fauci and are there voices more powerful and I guess more widespread than people like yourself other public health experts who are out there And isn't that part of the
Texans Confirm Deshaun Watson Won't Play Week 3 Despite Tyrod Taylor Injury
"Stefania. Live update as the show started on tyrod taylor. Yes from our sara barshop who covers the texans and doesn't excellent job. We knew that he was forced out of the game with a left. Hamstring injury Apparently he has is undergoing an mri. He is considered data today with that hamstring So that leaves open the possibility of thursday night although that would be a very quick turnaround david kelly. Saying deshaun watson will not be active for thursday night so we know that for sure as davis meals on thursday night people. The newsradio davis mills will be starting for the panthers further Texans against the panthers on thursday. But i'm glad you said that's define a- matthew davis mistletoe. He looked. He looked like a rookie quarterback yesterday had a couple of throws that i was impressed by and the rap on davis mills for those who didn't follow the draft super closely. This guy at eleven starts during his career at stanford entered stanford though as one of the highest recruited players in the countries of five star the all everything quarterback injuries other veterans cage. Acosta was there for a while at stanford fairly talented guy. But this is a downgrade from tyrod.
Biden Admin Wants Left-Media Validation With Americans Stranded in Afghanistan
"The school. Children. Their parents in Afghanistan. And if you listen to this clown whose secretary state you listen to this clown this This this communications director Admiral over at defense and you listen to this clown. In the Oval Office. I think they call them, uh, Joe Biden. Everything's going hunky Doory. Ladies and gentlemen, it's the greatest event military. Civilian farm we've ever seen, and they're very upset with the kind of press they're getting. Very, very upset. White House to media politico. We want our props on Afghan. We want our props. What's going on? Come on. We're Jim Acosta when we need and where's D lemon? A. Fredo Cuomo. Where's uh, What's the rest of them? Where's that schmuck from the Washington Pull out. Jeremy Jeremy Jeremy Barnes. Where's Jeremy? Bar? We're going to have a whole book written about how fantastic this is by Professor Tom Nichols. Mr Producer. The only problem is nobody will read it because nobody knows who he is. The people who know who he is thinks he's a putt, so nobody's gonna read Tom Nichols. Who exactly?
Acast Sales Increase by 130%
"Acosta's race this quarter to twenty twenty one financial reports. The company sold sales growth increase by a hundred and thirty percent. Year-on-year ceo. Ross adams is pleased on critic proud. Ceo strong said results. Like this makes my job of course a lot easier. I'm so grateful to cost. The company also discussed the impact on total listens of the apple. Podcasts download bar which didn't impact revenues. The company said
The Complete and Abject Failure of Biden's Afghanistan Withdrawal Will Define His Legacy
"Video of afghans clinging to airplanes as they're taking off this is saigon on steroids. This is a whole ariffin collapse. And it is a complete an abject failure of the bite administration and everybody knows it. Everybody knows it. Jim acosta blasting the biden administration. Well jim don't mean to be a smart aleck here. But you helped deliver biden to the world you helped deliver the by administration with your antics against president trump. This never happened under the trump watch. This didn't happen with donald trump. This is joe biden's legacy and he is in the bunker again. He's back in the basement hiding it's unreal jim jordan on tv. Where is he joe. Piscopo down the hall. Izzy sick is the il. We got a catastrophe that impacts the american people for twenty years. America's have watched their loved ones fight in afghanistan after the actions of nine eleven and the terrorists and before for joe biden to be on vacation. Do you know what the white house has done. They send out a picture of him sitting in this huge empty room with a bunch of empty seats staring blankly at a bunch of computer screens on the wall. That's the commander in chief.
"acosta" Discussed on The Tank Slappers with Lewis and Uri
"But you know whether those happen to know is good for you. You're gonna you're gonna tell us how the situation there. In in in austin i don i dunno died than an argentine. A- will definitely happen in probably know australia. No no what a unless they find a way to reopen the borders. I don't think it's happening. You know. I don't. I don't see why we couldn't have it here. In austin i know the end of the season is a conflict because we got formula one Late october i think it is so. I think if if austin really wanted it to happen i think we could make it happen. I think we could find time in the schedule. We know maybe benefit a little bit at the racetrack with enable to leave some of the hospitality stuff set up and be able to use that for motor. Gp instead avenue take it up. Put it down motor gp and take it up and put it down formula one so no. I haven't really spoken with the guys the track lot. I went out for a moto america tests couple of weeks ago. Watch watch some guys. Watch him of the guys go around caught up with a jock in balkan others in selling the guys who were there insult john already some his team but you know they just had their first round at road atlanta and i think i think you know i think that championship. There's still wide open to after two rounds. The after two superbike rounds anyway. So i'm i'm glad you mentioned to america because ed wanted to talk about. We have a couple of stops former multiple american stars in the grand prix. Pilot this year with cameron babe's couple The a really big move at a season. Of course joel roberts is. They are on the road championship team from multi last year of umeda of of joa an cameron so far this the year kevin well There we go back to talking about pressure again. well joe. The in the list of excuses is gone. You're on a championship team from last year Not the joe's got a big long list of excuses anyway but yeah. It's interesting to see him on that bike and You know. I was hoping for a little bit more hoping for a little bit more from joe so far this season but we haven't got to see just yet in Cameras got stewart. Champion crew chief on the bike for him now which stewart with my championship Carucci from ninety to ninety five. Until i quit so i think he's got somebody there. That's really good a getting a bike and and try and maybe modify things to get the feel cameron. Maybe need from the bikes. A great to seek to americans over there. Cameron seems to be closed in that gap to the front every weekend. I think it three quarters of a second last week in from from from paul position..
"acosta" Discussed on The Tank Slappers with Lewis and Uri
"For all season. He found it to be really really difficult. So maybe he's a little bit of the pressure. disease We're not qualifying great. But we're fast in race and we're good at the end you know why can't we. Why can't we get any further up the field third or fourth or fifth or whatever it turned out to be but Yeah i think back home in. Europe now got got her as under their bill. I think i think you'll start seeing the championship contenders Jack miller may be one of them with a what a couple of nights and a crash or something you know. His season didn't start the way he wanted by any stretch of the imagination. But who knows gotta win under his belt. Some confidence in that kid Automotive g. p. by Who knows i mean. He could string also around a two or three races in row where he's on the podium winning races every weekend so into watch giving at do you. Do you think that john needs to make light a kind of a statement and sooner and saved these guys. I'm i'm still here. I'm i'm here again just to because that's another another topic we've been discussing with lewis quite often I don't feel that this championship will be as irregular as unstable as last year was so I told boyne. I think that the writer who wants to be the fight for the title will need something more and to show like yeah. He's able to win races. And i don't know maybe a new john or alex or any one wanted to be in. This fight would have to do this statement..
"acosta" Discussed on The Tank Slappers with Lewis and Uri
"We're not we're not making any changes for you. Which is kind of distorted album. Always heard is how things happened in the but you know. I don't know they've got the almighty alberto. Their berta should be able to fix everything for him. I spoke with him yesterday. I asked him yesterday. he's yet. But i think in my opinion i i don't know but it might have been a de mistake by saying that the other day because i think soon we i mean that shows that now he's fighting debris because in the end the writer. That's one of the things we do. Is we try and find a to make it not look like it's us whenever we're Whenever we are feeling the pressure whether it's from teammate or from you know just team management itself wire why aren't you finish in further further up the field. We know this bike is capable of being a front. But you're not able to put it. They're so who knows. Maybe honda has has lost a little bit Without having mark on the bike maybe development is just kinda Stagnant for a little bit. Maybe they don't do. We trust stephens opinion to redress polls opinion. You know they're they're they're i think bradley's done a great job for forum up to this point. I don't know why you wouldn't continue to follow his direction if he gave it to you but Yeah it's it's Neka agom as well so in alex marquez but a i don. I don't know. I think maybe maybe haunted which is hoping that you know. We're going to get mark back in march and be able to put this back front but even even back when marcus much mark nobody else could ride the honda like market so You know maybe it's a maybe it's gotten to that point where it's it's a bike it's just set up for him. He's the only one that i don't know it's interesting because it looked like last year the without marks they'd honda was almost forced into doing other things and with tax and with alexey seemed to have a bit more of a breakthrough in a. I think there was an expectation that that would continue especially after preseason when we saw how well paul went in qatar in the test. But if you look at the performance of of of both elsia raiders apart from nakagomi last last weekend. They've all really really struggled an. It's really hard to kind of explain almost because they've got marked back but it's a strange taken a step back when the taken a step forward and i it's it's a hard one to with the in her nose mark knowing what he fell off of what he got hurt on that he he. He loved that motorcycle race it at the front. Maybe he said guys you know whatever you come up with to try and test. I'm happy once. I get fed to go back through. That stuff's and dry tested. But i wanna go with. What i know is a proven winner..
"acosta" Discussed on The Tank Slappers with Lewis and Uri
"The portugal race You could tell that he was. He was having a hard time. He wasn't backup to raise Race not race pace. But he didn't have his race savvy about him like he's always had he's never been a guy gets himself into a predicament. Where clinched the back tire of another guy's bike the acceleration in the closing speed of a motor. Gp bike is something that you've got to build up to and you've gotta work up to we going from smaller classes in smaller bikes to motor. Gp to be off almost a what a year and a half just over just a over a year and yeah. He's done some testing on street bikes. And he's been back on the race but he hadn't been in the mix in a race where everybody's fighting for the next position. And you could see a little bit rough in portugal on like i said the perez race. I don't think when is exactly as he'd hoped he's always been early surpassed for five years. He's been pretty dominant herez. Unity seem finish about where he finished in. Portugal i think is is a sign. It's gonna take him a little bit longer. Had had had a big crash so he's he's landed back in tested everything now As far as his body goes. I hit the ground again. That was a big crash. Show you know. I think just gonna take more time. It's not something that you can take your off and come back and be right back to race pace when i raised. I felt like if i missed. If i missed a race weekend or i missed two race weekends because of injury it was gonna take me two times maybe three times that length of time to get back to where i was in one hundred percent before i got hurt so my face was always to get back on the bike as quick as i could because then i can let my head get back to speed..
"acosta" Discussed on The Tank Slappers with Lewis and Uri
"I guess mom and dad must still have vhs player somewhere where he can make. I guess he built motored. Up dot com much too. But yeah that's awesome. I think Thank everybody would be wanting to get him on a bigger bike as quick as they can. Modern being kevin. Which would you would you give to the full anthrax of this of the escaped because in the end. It just the kit. And we are all underlining his name we are putting him on their the depth focus. So which advice would you. Would you give to all the enterprise. All i mean not only his family but his friend deem tetra. Just the biggest thing. I can tell pedro's is make sure your and continue to make this fun whenever you've got to do when it makes it real fun it makes makes makes it the greatest thing ever but you you've got to just remember every time you gotta get up in the morning in the offseason. Every time you hit the ground in practice in your sore you gotta get back out there and give one hundred percent because to to excel at the at the top of the sport you. You've got to give it absolutely everything you have. And then some he just from a training standpoint in preparation standpoint much less of a writing standpoint on the race track every weekend so Just remember what what a great life it is and how much fun it is being at the and that should be all the motivation that you need to to keep yourself fit and keep training in just trying to better yourself every weekend. 'cause you're winning but i mean the three wednesday's had probably not a full second total between all three wins. It's that close at the top. So you've got to keep you got to keep getting better and better to try and stay where your you know. That's what everybody else is doing. They're trying to figure out a beach so Years the used.
Federal worker cut air traffic communications with planes
"Employees find and put on probation for tampering with airport communications. Olin Costal will pay $5000 and sit idle for two years for cutting communications between air traffic controllers and planes flying above Honolulu Back in early 2019. A two minute outage effective communication with about 10 airplanes. Acosta was sentenced this week by a federal judge after pleading guilty to maliciously interfering with a federal communication system.
"acosta" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Our favorite reporters ever Jim Acosta, some to teach a change is coming along for him. CNN announced major changes including moving Jim Acosta out of the White House. Remember, he's a He made a name for himself in the White House, and I think that's pretty much what he wanted to do in the president even called him out on that, because what you trying to be it was that the president who asked him if he wanted it was trying to be an anchor. Do the president or Sarah Huckabee Sanders, one of them, as is, you know, accused to have. Look, I know you're doing this is because you want to get an anchor gig like we get it. You know, I don't I don't remember. I mean, that's wonderful. That's somebody confronted him about that, because it does seem like the most transparent effort ever, which is like this is his opportunity. He's like one of those guys who streaks across the football field wearing an advertisement. It's like in the hopes that somebody would see it. You know what I mean? Maybe this will sell some product. Except in this case, the product was him, and he was constantly streaking around the White House press briefing. Yeah, the the one time I just I just so remember him when we were when we were at the White House since Sebastian Gorka got into a screaming match with Jim Acosta was great. And based on the disparity in size, I thought Gorka could definitely take Acosta. Um well, Chris Barron, Conservative strategist, told Fox News that Acosta is probably gonna get shipped off to cover more Lago, where he could yell at Trump from outside. It turns out that they will be expanding Jake Tapper's role at CNN, the CNN he they're pulling a costume from the White House rotation as Joe Biden is set to come in, which which signals that CNN Is going to be obviously treating the Biden White House with kid gloves. Not that that surprise surprise to anyone. So the lead with Jake Tapper will expand from 41 will be on now. 4 to 6 P.m.. The situation room with Wolf Blitzer is going to move to 6 P.m. Dana bash is now going to co anchor. State of the union. Yeah. Abby Phillips will anchor inside politics Sunday. Pamela Brown will anchor CNN newsroom on weekends. Caitlin Collins is now expected to replace Jim Acosta on the White House beat. So was Jim Acosta going? Where's Jim Acosta going? I believe rumor is he's going to be anchoring a show on the weekend, but no one knows exactly when it will be Has that has not been. Yeah, they say he announced yet they say more deep. Hell's coming soon, which is not a good thing. It's not a good thing, if like they can announce an entire programming lineup, and then you're the guy who doesn't exactly have a position yet. They're like, and then we'll get to Jim. We'll figure out Jim's whole deal and so yesterday kind of struck me. I have no idea what Jim Acosta's contract arrangement is, but you've got you start to get like this suspicion about what's actually going on here. And you wonder like In TV. What is the coveted job? The coveted job is to be a primetime anchor, right? That's the That's the cream of the crop. That's the thing you probably want the most the highest paying job. The most visibility. You represent the network you dictate, you practically dictate Ah lot of what the network focuses on throughout the day because the lineup revolves around bolstering ratings to its highest rating shows. That's great shows, so that's a big deal. The very bottom of the totem pole. I think I might be wrong, But I think our sort of these weekend day parts where you're just like on some random weekend show, and the ratings are really low. It's just like Jim Acosta's position. My suspicion is that he had this contract that probably said something like that. He will end up with an anchor position at some point that Helle Anker some sort of programming that's coming in your in your future. As so now they've got to make good on it. But like, okay, how do we do that? How do we How do we give this guy a show who can't get ratings and he's just like so self interested, and he just wasn't impressive enough toe..