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"albin" Discussed on Cleared Hot

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05:14 min | 2 months ago

"albin" Discussed on Cleared Hot

"Whole world's doing it and then they're adding to it they're morphing it so then it grows and then some other guy. Hey i figure this thing out. And that's you got a whole new thing and it just starts to proliferate pro- proliferate on a scale that's never really been experienced before so back then i mean information like sort of grew much more slowly like i remember. You'd go to seminars by. This is what they're doing donna. Brazile let me show you half guard like oh car right but now it's like you know there's a bazillion guard stuff so it just a different thing but it's really neat but back then with information to kind of get back to your point and just what we had to do. When did you well before. I ask when you decided to make it your fulltime occupation. How were you a student in. How do you mean as jujitsu students. I considered myself a good student By received take on board the information. Oh yeah i mean. I was like one hundred percent down for the cost right so let me think for me like i was i was. I was a great follower. Like you know like what my coach said i would do it..

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"albin" Discussed on Cleared Hot

Cleared Hot

05:46 min | 2 months ago

"albin" Discussed on Cleared Hot

"Hate the single but at the same time was chubby kid but i remember the first tournament or the first like Tournament diver was added a wrestling tournament. I was One of the score keepers. Because i wasn't wrestling yet For the team. I was just a one of the new guys. And so i was one of the score keepers and i remember the first match first match. This guy goes and wrestles gets up and he's got boehner and so he comes up and like he's tall and that he's like not fabric to hide that Mad at all. He's tall enough so that he's he walks up to this table. He's like knocking stuff off with it. And and i. And i remember my fear being like if my first match cut. I don't want that to happen. I was like. I don't know why that would happen but i don't want that to happen. Part of the fear going. The anchorman seen like sir. You have a massive erection. Oh we've got a situation. It just happens sometimes. I think for some people but But you go into it like what got me. there was. It's weird so i don't sometimes you look back and you figure. Oh that's what got me there at the time. I didn't know i was searching for something. I didn't really realize it so to kind of you. Gotta go back a little bit so when i was in seventh grade. I was jumped. I didn't grow up in a great neighborhood. Where'd you grow Louisville kentucky but I didn't grow up in a good neighbourhood. We were kind of in the The rougher in town not not the roughest end of town but it was rough. You own my my mom. Like she was a single mom. Kids we You know we. I think at this point we had just moved out of our one bedroom apartment and We moved into a home where she was like. She had section gone or whatever and so it was like all right. We've got a house walking home from school and I remember I was walking. And all of a sudden i looked behind..

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"albin" Discussed on Cleared Hot

Cleared Hot

04:37 min | 2 months ago

"albin" Discussed on Cleared Hot

"That i could like sort of if you're looking for visual as to what it is imagined. Sort of gummy worm. It's like this little gooey. Things stuffed up under there and then there's a bunch of them but it was it was it was terrible for week. Able your nose. You're just like constantly cotton mouth mouth breather. Did they pull it out at the at the end. Yes like a week later. He came out he was scraping. It out and i remember he looked at me. He said so. Are you still planning to do this stuff. You know like in and yet doc. It's it's kind of what i do for living. And he looked at me he said You know just okay. And i remember. He is in my buddy was actually the one My friends actually was the one who took me to the the to get dropped off for the surgery and stuff so when he the doctor was coming out and talking to him. Surgery went fine. Whatever we'll be getting a little bit and he was like. Do you have to do this anymore. Like you know like like could not wrap his head around like why would you continue. Why would you do something. Like there's risk to your physical body and because of the reward the glory. Obviously i guess jujitsu i. I've i've likened it to. It's just a it's a. It's an itch. I can't scratch it's like i can't i can't because i know some people like they don't understand. I can't tell you why. The i started training in from the moment even from wrestling. When i was in high school wrestling studios in wrestling. I was like this is i. I went from a kid in high school. Where like. I didn't like high school. Didn't like it at infiltrate belonged or whatever to all of a sudden. This is it. I love this stuff and then from that jitsu continue it and it's just like an itch i can't quite scratch so i can't explain it to someone why won't do it but i just have to do it. I think you explained like the mechanics. But how would you explain the connection and pressure like. There's no way you could verbally express that to somebody no. I think it's something you have to feel because it's something far more primitive. I think you know it's something where You know for me. For instance like you you would go into these. Like for instance in high school wrestling It's very very similar to my experiences. Jujitsu where you go into high school wrestling you'd have kids from all the different sort of facets of high school life right where this is the cool kids. These are the nerdy kids. Which that's what i was And then there were like the other kids and then you know it didn't matter right. We were all in the gym together. We were all suffering in there together. And so i remember you know. Football didn't have this kind of same connection but in wrestling. I remember it was you know. There's only there's a smaller group and wrestling and we were all very bonded and i remember Even in situations where like. I remember one time. One of our one zero. Three's it was like the class. So the smallest dude on the team the rooster whenever they call it a day with just in high school wrestling. there's so many weight classes. They didn't really have names for me would be like just the weight class so that they'd put like like. He wrestled one zero three. I wrestled one eighty nine and so they would just have the number that be the way class and Win sitting at the.

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"albin" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

06:05 min | 9 months ago

"albin" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"And there's probably it's probably anew on getting one of those gyms will probably Joe with union probably enjoy it and have a good situation. Problem brought on then. We'll hey I want to ask you a couple of other other questions before we close things down the first one. What does it mean to be a man? You know this question. It's interesting. I've been asked this before and I've thought about it before, and it's different for everyone i. think that you know everyone has to come up with their own definition based on who they are because there it's it's very abstract things, but I. My archetype of a man is based upon the strong men that were in my life as a young man like My grandfather was the the one of the older men that I was closest to. He was the person that taught. taught me how to throw a baseball and took me to get swim lessons that we would go out of the country and you know, go fishing and that kind of stuff and you know. He had a scar from his neck down to his stomach. He served three tours in Vietnam. had been blown up and had shrapnel in them. He was a man that sacrificed for his family. He was a man that fought for stuff, even if it wasn't the most popular thing again wasn't a good war, but he was over. Over there any we had to do to protect his He was a platoon sergeant. Protect the guys that were in his platoon you know and he He sacrificed a lot for the family and did everything he could for the people around him, he was, she was a strong man in in that sense for me, because I felt like he was a guy that did it took. Did the things at work always fun or whatever and he took care of things My uncle was another sort of archetype in. In that sense where he, he was a builder, and he he would be, he took care of his family. He went to work and took of business You know he would put things into his own hands, and he would take care of business. He had to build something he built himself. You know what I mean. He had that mindset and so again all these different men in my life would sorta. Drop these things, but I think that it's worth for. Everyone is sort of take a little step back in. Themselves! What does it mean to be a man for you? Personally because I don't think that there's a end all definition I think it's one of those things where there can be lots of different things in all depends on us as people in what we believe. is what I think, but for me. There's a lot of different things but again. When I looked in, they come from the archetype of the men that were most impactful to me and one of the big things is is again with men we we have to sacrifice. We have to take care of our families. We have to We have two buildings. We have to do things in. Women can do these things to just fine, but we have to take care of things in that sense and I think that you know that's one of the big things because you know. When you think about men in in in like Ole Tribes Right. Old Tribal. Societies would always have to take men out, and they would have to teach them what it meant to be a man, so it wasn't something that they become a man. Women would would have their typically after their first You know period or whatever they would be party. She's becoming a woman. She now has the ability to give life and with the men who was. was always like. Look you guys are week. You're not ready to be a man's. We've gotTA show you what it means to be a man and it means that you gotta take care of business. You can't run away from your responsibilities. You have to take care of your family. You do all these different things and don't run away from the things. I think that's one thing. Thing that relax our societies are. We have a lot of men that are weak. They don't they don't stick around with their wives. They don't stick around with their kids. They don't stick around their families. They run at the site of something. That's uncomfortable. You know and I think that That's one of the things to me. That's not a good thing so anyway. I'm starting. Starting to rattle off, but it's A. It's a working definition for everyone I believe. Yeah, well I like that you're talking about sacrificing responsibility I also liked that you're talking about looking to other men who have gone before you that you admire and respect and look up to and that to some degree you try to emulate those qualities. I think that's a very powerful lesson there. All right brother well. How do we connect with you? Learn more about what you're up to. So, yeah me, and so if if anybody's interested in what I'm doing, so if Jujitsu, it's probably going to be juicy right so if you're interested in that kind of stuff, you can check my. Put? into the Internet just put it in. There If you want to check on Youtube on Youtube Ju Jitsu I sent out some emails Monday through Friday. If you WANNA, get on those and get some information. You can go to youtube dot net. That's my main website You can sign up, I'll give you a free little book on Ju then from. From there. You'll get some messages from me but again if you're just interested in seeing what I'm up to just put into Jitsu wherever you're out on the Internet, you'll probably find me somewhere right on. We'll single up state you I imagine at some point in the not too distant future. Hopefully we'll get together. We'll get some training in. That'd be really good. And I gotTA. Tell You I. appreciate everything that you are doing because I've learned a lot from you and it's helped my game and so I really appreciate you taking some time today, brother thanks a lot. Nice to meet your brother. We'll stay in touch. A gentleman, there you go my conversation with the one and only Nick Alvin. Aka Chewy I hope you enjoyed it. I like I. Don't care where you're. You're Jitsu journey. Maybe you haven't even started. Or. Maybe you're well down the path. Law further I am but I'll be value from this, and then you saw that there's some real. Obviously there's value in Nj Jitsu but there's there's hidden value. There's there's. Things that aren't readily seen that you can gain from practicing the art and the discipline I hope you will i. hope you'll Check out what he's doing. Connect with Nick on instagram youtube wherever you're doing. The socials connect with me. Let me know what you think. consider coming to origins immersion camp, which is in August you can check it out on their website origin main dot com. On potentially we can get a role in, but. Yeah Jujitsu been a big part of my life and I think you'll see wife. You have already dived into the world. Jiu Jitsu or are considering it then. You'll find out very quickly the. Broad appeal that Hass anyone's guess. We'll be back to morrow for our Freddie field notes, which is a tribute and dedication. The fathers so make sure you tune in for that. Make sure you subscribe you. 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"albin" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

05:48 min | 9 months ago

"albin" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"There was like it was on my mind. Every single day was like I'm thinking about getting back there. Saving up the money to get a car whatever well in the meantime I lifted weights, I went running i. I everything I could in that sense This is the this is a time before youtube so I was buying. DVD like instructions. Yes, but DVD matches because I. wanted to watch matches and see how things work. You know because that seems to me like if I watch matches a lot, I seem to get a better understanding of what's going on. And then my buddy, his his shift changed, and you know I was a young kid, but I told him I was like look man. I didn't have a car at the time. I. Say Look Man I'll pay your gym membership if you drive. I'll pay your gym membership. You know if you draw and his membership so for me. I this is two thousand and three was like the gym membership is like eighty bucks a month or something, and on Blake, one hundred sixty bucks a month, which is a lot of money from it yeah yeah. You know so. It was like yeah. I'll take care of me. And so we started training together. And when I came back, my body was stronger gained about ten pounds over like what six five six months or whatever could got a little bit bigger stronger, and from watching videos and I mean I'm talking about I would watch because there wasn't a lot of. Of content out there I would watch these matches over and over and over again right and just wear these damn discs out, and by when I came back I had a better understanding of what was going on then I did when I left, and my body was in a better was in better shape. I still had to get my Matt Win Back Wasn't as. The Matt, but as far as like being strong and physically ready to take on the training I was in a better spot, and so a lot of people that are you know in this quarantine time I know that there's a lot of people that like working on dummies and stuff like that, and that's fine. If you like doing that, that's that's cool for me. Me It's just it's not worth. The juice isn't worth the squeeze for me. It's like if I get my body stronger. Lift some weights. Correct Muslim balances stretch do all these different things that is going to be one strengthening my body, which is, that's a good thing, right? That's good for everything that I do in life also when I come back to Jujitsu. Bodies help if everybody's healthy. Then my body can more quickly absorb all these movements because Jujitsu is just movement, so if you've got a body that's rigid, broken, tight everywhere in pain. You'RE NOT GONNA be able to move into the Jitsu, but if you've got a body, that's healthy that strong. It's ready to rock. Jitsu is not that hard to pick up. Up and I think for most people that have been You know training in maybe just experiencing a few months off. It's not going to be like this stuff leaves you I mean you. You think about like again. High level athletes will take off the off season. They won't even do their sport. They're. They're doing other stuff. There Don offseason right there. And and do a full football or whatever the offseason, so they don't lose everything when they come back. In fact a lot of times, they come back they. The body fills refresh their minds refreshed. They're excited to be back in for a lot of people I think the same thing would be good look. It's a it's a crappy situation that we're in and hopefully again. Hopefully we don't. We don't have to fight for our ability to do. Jitsu because again. Depending on where you're at some people are saying like you know no social distancing. Until you know, vaccinations are available I can how? Ya I agree, but we don't have to fight on that, but. The but when we get back again, take this as a chance to work all these other things your diet, your your body, your strength training your. You're stretching all these different things, maybe these areas that you lack and then when you come back, be ready to rock and roll the excited about being there because you've been waiting for and against the other side of it. Is that along with the bodies? I really think there's something to watching like people role in watching matches because you get to see what Jujitsu looks like. And that kind of if watch it over and over and over again you get sort of it just sinks in subconsciously. It's like if you re books, if you differences. If you read a particular author and you re through a whole series of books, you'll pick up guys cades like a the way that he writes stuff. You might even find it all of a sudden. It starts coming out on your own writing where you're like Oh shit. I'm right unlike the guy because I've been reading books right when you watch, people can compete when you watch them roll. You may not be doing it yourself, but you'll see what's going on. And then when you come back to training, you'll start. Start to recognize certain and things better because you just got done watching them for hours and hours and hours I think that technique videos are probably not as helpful, but I think actually watching the actual act of rolling and seeing what goes on is is useful. Yeah, that make sense because I'm thinking about it like from the context of somebody who's never for example played football before like you take two guys who've never played football before and one of them has been watching football religiously, and the others isn't even familiar with the game at all, and you put him on football radio, who has a better likelihood of being somewhat successful right? Of course, the guy who at least knows the. Game I know when I watch, people roll and I see like tournaments or Just some crazy stuff on instagram like it broadens my perspective to what is possible like I'm like it opens expands my mind I'm like Whoa I didn't even realize that was a thing I got even realize you could do that and I think that improves improves my game I. do agree with the technique. Thing that you're talking about because I remember. This must have been two or three months ago now. I watched a video that you had done from I to say from side control side position and you were doing a. From camera to irk more Americana, you were just going through the progression arm bar. I actually watched that. I if I remember correctly the day before. The day that I went training that night and for me it was good to see that instruction, and then two hours later. Go put it into practice because I realize okay. Here's what he said. Here's what I'm going to try. Some of the worked a lot of it didn't but at least I had them foundational, but that it was supported by me, actually going and doing it and trying it..

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"albin" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

07:41 min | 9 months ago

"albin" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"Would you take two three minutes between so you can give your nervous system time to recover, so there's nothing wrong with taking a rest to allow yourself to get more out of that next roller that next training session and I. think that's something where most people in and I guess this is especially true with guys it again with our age. Right no pain, no gain just that's. That's the way you do it right. We we never really appreciated these sort of the other side to train the recovery side and the sleep side. The the dieting said all this stuff that makes that hard training possible you know like the old bodybuilders back in the day I used to hang out with when I started lifting. They would say you don't grow in the gym you grow in. The bedroom in the kitchen you grow based upon your eating habits your sleeping habits arrests time. Though the stimulus is the lifting the recovery. That's the growth, and so it's no different than Ju Jitsu. When you're basically wiring like motor patterns into your body. If you're not getting sleep if you're not recovering if you're not eating properly, those those motor patterns are not going to be absorbed as quickly could be, and your body's not going to be able to officially execute them because your body is going to be in. BAD SHAPE RIGHT? Yeah, I think where people get into trouble and I've been in we. Those boat is where we tell ourselves. Oh I'm taking arrestee, but the rest as the compound. Right like no, you're taking like. A month at this point, there's no longer day so I think you have to be. As objective as you can in evaluating okay, am I doing this genuinely to rest, or am I doing it to cop out from from actually pushing hard and training as hard as I can to improve? Right and I think it goes back to what you're talking about having some sort of plan so like talking to your cell fencing. Okay, listen. Last week when I did back to back training sessions, I felt like trash the next day. So maybe I'm going to train a train Monday. Wednesday Friday and then on Tuesday and Thursday I'm going to like a Tuesday Thursday to lift and Saturday, or something whatever, but making some sort of plan for the days you plan to train implant days. You don't plan to train, you know, maybe you. Maybe you ice. Her sort of prioritize family night on one. One night or something, but you know mixing it up, but having some sort of plan in coming up with some sort of routine i. think the routines really important, because once you sort of get into a rhythm with something, and it becomes a routine in the habit. You really don't have to think about it. You know like I've been asked so many times because I. I have been training grappling for a long time. People say we will you know? Did you ever have trouble going to the gym? Did you ever think about quitting I mean for me? Quitting was never really an option. I enjoyed it too much, and as far as the not going. It literally became so ingrained like A. it's even strange now. Because with this quarantine I've been going to the gym on a nightly basis morning basis for like ten years as a coach in. It's weird, because like my body's still has this urge. Hey, we should be doing something at six o'clock at night. We should be on the matter whatever you know, we shouldn't be here. Here at home, but yeah I think that when you when you set those routines that you don't have to think about anymore becomes like brushing her teeth. You know if you'll brush t to own my teeth dirty. Who knows rank wrong or you can wash your hands after using the bathroom, I felt dirty. Something's wrong, so it's the same thing like it's you know. Know when you do something so much eventually, you don't have to think about it. It's just hard wired routine. Yeah I mean most people don't need to convince themselves that they should put like deodorant honor. Go brush their teeth or take a shower like it's just. It's just part of who you are and what you do. I guess my question is. Is there a point at? At which you're just training too little. If you're because I've I've thought about this and that other people ask me like I don't know why they ask me I'm not the expert obviously when it comes to this, but this I can only go once a week and like. Is that even worth it? I guess it's better than doing nothing, but is that going to really? You. See what I'm saying like. What's the point? Should you train like three days a week? Minimum or is like no one days? Good I guess it depends on what you're trying to accomplish what you want. Gold! And that's another thing like people a lot of times we especially into Jitsu do the sport aspect of it is very captivating, right? It's fun to watch, or it's fun to see. People do crazy things. It's like you even the even the average casual Jimbo. Lift some weights knows. Some of these strongman guys because it's captivating, it's fun to see. People do the extreme right age. It is, but most of us do not live on those extremes, and so I think that a lot of times people have to dial back because you'll get people that will come into Jitsu that are not competitors. They don't ever want to be a competitor, but then they're watching a highlight video of some twenty year old black belt. WHO's training his face into the ground, and they're like Okay WanNa do that. You don't you don't WanNa do that. At least now yet, it's a twenty year old man's game. That's not our game, right? We've got a little bit differently and I think that again. You got to go back to. Why are you doing this? You know and I think that someone won't if you can squeezing day a week. That's a hell of a lot better than nothing. I mean for me right now. I mean I don't know about you, but if someone said Hey, listen you know with quarantine laws. You can't train six days. We can train on Monday. WHO WOULD YOU GO Monday? Monday McCallum, beat no heartbeat like I. Don't give a Shit I. I WANNA trade. I think it's one of those things where you know especially with people with jobs and careers and families juggling all that stuff. If they can squeeze today, get your day if you can do to that great but again not to say that there is a magic number because I. I've done videos on this I. I've had some guys. Come in who they could only allocate two days a week. That's all they can do. And on those today's weakening, they were focused like e. some of my younger guy sometimes. They get to the point where they come in like almost every day, and you can see that some days they're. Are off their and they're just like I'm here because I'm supposed to be here more often because they want to compete or something, whereas these guys had have two days a week, because of the fact that they're juggling so much. The they squeeze every ounce of whatever they can get out of that class there are they're they're? They're focused. It's not something that's again. They're not taking it for. For granted, you know, they're taking it. One hundred percent I'm here I'm tentative I'm glad to be here I'm I'm so glad that was able to make my my Tuesday Thursday schedule. And some of those dudes like great like I. Mean some of them are not high level, competitors or anything like that and they they sometimes lack the ability to say roll like for you know five. Or ten timid around or something something crazy, right their car. You may not be there, but as far as their technical ability and their ability to roll like. Really well in those early rounds is fine. They just might need a break here and there in between, but as far as their technical ability, it's fine. Are there some things then? This will apply specifically to now. Because a lot of people are quarantine, they can't. They can't train even if they wanted to pick something up like he can't go, do it. Are there things that you should be doing. In in your time off your days off, that are actually gonNA. Make a difference like I look at books I've got a couple of books that I that I go through, and I look at technique and I. Watch your videos and I'm like okay well. That's good, but none of it's reinforced with the the. Muscle memory like actually putting it into practice, so is that even helping me or is it just like inflating my belief that I can actually do something without actually really being able to execute that? Yeah, you know it's hard, you know we're also different, but I'll say it like this when. The first time ever had a really. Long Way off. was maybe. I've been trained for about a month. I competed already been trained Jitsu for a month and then my buddy. My Buddy was driving. Meet him go to the gym. I didn't have a car at the time, and so he ended up getting a new job, and so I couldn't get to the gym anymore. Because I have a car I've save up to the car or whatever so what I did in the meantime was is I couldn't I knew always go back? Knew I had to do it? There was like it was on my mind. Every single day was like I'm thinking about getting back there. Saving up the money to get a car whatever well in the meantime I lifted weights, I went running i. I everything I could.

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"albin" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

06:06 min | 9 months ago

"albin" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"We'll get smarter. We have more experience as we get older right, but our bodies are going the other way. The body's getting weaker. It's getting more prone to injury takes longer recover, and so you have to like sort of keep yourself in check because it's really easy to like you know start. Start, to feel fatigued your body, aching, whatever and then just say screw I'm GONNA go train anyway or I'm GonNa, go really go after this weight, or maybe you're doing squats. You feel a pinch in your knee and instead of saying you to what I'm GonNa. Let this rest for the day Phnom. Screaming I got three more sets. I'm going to pound him. Him Out. And then you up having a worse injury, and so a lot of times I, were more fought by far our worst enemies, where if we listened to our bodies and sort of just of take a step back a lot of times that'll do a pretty good job as far as keeping a little bit injury free and you know giving yourself some. Some time! Things like that yet and you can still you can still train. I mean you may not be able to do JIU. Jitsu or like live rolling sessions, but like you can go light. You can practice on technique like there's things that you can do. If you're dealing with a nagging injury like for me. I actually saw and thirty nine right now. And I feel stronger than I. Ever have in my entire life, I can probably the healthiest the strongest ever been, but to your point. Things just tend to recover slowly or I. Feel something a little bit more. You know the night then I typically would in the past, and so I definitely think there's like a level of piss vinegar that we had when we were younger like we had something to prove, and as I get older, and it's probably just maturity and some some level of wisdom. It's. I feel like I have to like. Like Bang everything out, get strong. I WANNA be physical, but I'm going to do it in a way that sustains my ability to train, and to be strong, and then ultimately to serve my family and the people who care about. Because, you can't do that. Can't do that if you're hurt like you're less effective if you're banging yourself up to the point where you're injured. And if you get some good training partners like the guys that are train with you know there's Times where you know we'll have injuries or little things like that and you know we can all move around. Still we can still You know it's not quite a floral. It's not like we're just not doing anything, but we're still moving and getting sweat in, but you're just not ripping anything I've had guys come back from their surgeries and stuff, and as they ease back in to it, you know we make train with the more experienced guys and you take Amis. Take it easy on him so that it can kind of. Nurse them back to strengthen then once. They're back to strengthen you. Go hard again, so. I I think that if you don't have the ability, it's just like weight training, right? If you go into the gym every single day, and you try to do a one rep. Max on your on your big lifts like your squad, Douglas or something that you're going to get injured eventually like you're just too much like wear and tear on the body at heavy intensity so instead. What do you do with weight training you maybe sometimes. Sometimes you might be a Deloitte Week and sometimes hitting seventy percent seventy five percent, maybe eighty five. Maybe you touch that Max or you competition, you really push it, and then you come back down to a certain percentage. You have to be able to do that with your training as well. You've got to be able to like. Go into Sunday's where okay. Okay, today is going to be a really hard day and tomorrow and the next day after that are going to be a little bit on the lighter side to allow me to train. Stay active, but it's time we're GONNA kinda recover and we're going to keep the train light, so we get that blood flow, but we're not getting that same level of. Of a damage to the body from the hard hard rolling, and so you got to be able to kind of move back and forth, and when you look at like a high level athletes, they do things like that the football players or not just basically putting the pads and helmets own smashing each other in the face era practice. Right I. Mean they're. Just too much wear tear in the body, so you gotTa do other things around that and be able to change training up. Yet accents I do like that. You're talking about this intent and training, and you probably learn that with a level of of of technique and just being the game long enough because when I go and I haven't even considered this, so it's a really good point for me. Is. I, just go and I. Show up like okay I'm just GonNa do what the what the instructor says and I'm just GonNa roll and it's just going to go the way it goes, but now that I'm thinking about it as you're talking I don't do that in other facets of life like I don't have to show them to my day and I'm like. Yeah, whatever happens happens I. Don't go into the gym and say Yeah. You know maybe like I'll try some Daedalus maybe I don't know some push press like I have a plan everything that I do right. But I don't think of everybody developed that same concept with Training Ju Jitsu so that actually makes a lot of sense to me. That's that's a really good point. I think I. Think. That's one of the allures of Jitsu right because you go in, you have a coach, so you get to turn your brain off a little bit so if you're a guy that know their time, really work in the you know doing something. We're involved especially creative work where your brain's really working right by the end of the day man, you just want to turn the damn thing off a little bit in so that's an allure. But? I. If you have a good coach, they should structure their training accordingly so that people getting different sort of levels of intensity with training, right? That's a good thing. But at the same time on a personal level, you can even just take personal responsibility. Okay, listen. My Body's a little bit banged up today, so I'm going to like roll two rounds, and then take two rounds out around or something and you know again if someone calls you. Oh, you being a a whimper, whatever again it. May, you know if if there are situations? Where maybe could be true? I guess, but I think for a lot of times. When you're talking about Jujitsu in training, especially for most of US ninety nine percent of the people into Jitsu or not high level competitors. They're just people that want to do it as a hobby. Take your brakes your. We're looking for long-term consistency, not short term intensity right so you look at people all the time and. People understand I'm not a high level competitor. I'm just a hobbyist I'm just a guy that works out or whatever, but then when it comes to take a break, the personals that would make it out here. Get your your your next round. And and maybe there's a time to do that to push mental toughness but I think that a lot of times sometimes it's good to take that break. Break, so that you you allow your body to recover and again just like when you think of anything things like sprints rape. You don't WanNa. Do Sprint with a very short rest and more sprint because you're sprint, ability is GONNA go way down or rather say sprint. Give yourself a little bit of time to rest sprint. If you're doing a really heavy training session like you're doing heavy set. Set of squats..

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"albin" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

09:29 min | 9 months ago

"albin" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"For you today Albin you know unless I know you're not kidding it's a great show is let let me let me let me state this up front so that folks know what I'm talking about this is big stuff we know we're going through a tremendous national crisis a peroxisome it is something unprecedented very difficult to make sense of there's a kind of madness has gripped the nation we're going to be talking in a moment to our friend Bob would send he is a black leader who has been at the forefront of these issues for his whole life he's the head of the wood sin center he's the head of the seventeen seventy six unites which is set up to counter the New York times a false narrative of their sixteen nineteen project he was on Tucker Carlson a couple of nights ago he's been on this program several times but we're gonna have them in just a couple of minutes to help us make sense of what's going on that's number one number two and this is related to it today is yesterday and today are the anniversary of the tenement square massacre where the Communist Party in China crushed an uprising of freedom loving young people what's happening in Hong Kong right now as you know is very similar to what happened then a China is muscling in and attempting to crush utterly the the the the democratic voices that are there so in our two today we're going to be talking to the daughter of the former New York senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan I he was a very famous democratic senator and in a true independent and I've all often referred to him as a principled voice on the other side of things that he very bravely in this mid sixties authored something I'm talking about the breakdown of the black family which of course even then already was politically incorrect to talk about that as the source of the problems of inequality and income inequality in the black community said especially in urban world I saw his daughter Maura Moynihan who might known I knew in nineteen eighty four nineteen eighty five we were friends we lost touch I reconnected with her she is an advocate for Tibet and knows more about the malfeasance of China than almost anyone so an hour to to celebrate the anniversary to mark the anniversary of Tiananmen Square we're gonna be talking to Maura Moynihan daughter of senator Daniel Patrick morning and Alvin us many things we can mention right now before we do I also want to tell folks I am still blocked shot out of my Facebook account I always thought will this ever happen to me it has happened to me but Facebook has not responded they will not let me post on my own page this is gone on for well over a month it's an amazing thing they keep saying that I I have to prove that I'm actually in New York and I I keep trying and trying and trying and they continue to block me out so we're living in really weird times but you already knew that yeah I am on Twitter I'm on Instagram and I'm posting everything on Twitter and on our weekly newsletter the weekly newsletter which goes out every Friday and which we may send out more than once a week because we have so much information but usually it's just once a week if you're not getting that folks I'm begging you please go to Eric my taxes dot com please go to Eric Metaxas dot com not much taxes talk that's the radio website Eric Metaxas dot com sign up for the newsletter sign your friends up because there's a lot of stuff there comes a point where you're trying to get information out and there are you know their forces out there that don't want us to get the information out this radio program it's so funny Eric during cold food you have to prove that you're at home I'm in New York for how much you know this is not a goal it's it's it's unbelievable yesterday we spoke to Charlie Kirk and we spoke to Katie Hopkins those are out on video we put everything out on the YouTube channel you go to the airport taxes show on you too but I was also every now and again I'm also interviewed by people on their programs I was interviewed by John Anderson he's the former deputy prime minister of Australia an extraordinary leader a man of Christian faith an extraordinary leader in Australia I he interviewed me on his program I just put that out on Twitter a we will get somebody to posted to my Facebook account but again if you go to Eric my taxes dot com and sign up for my newsletter you'll get all this stuff email to you but it was a wide ranging extraordinary interview really he was asking that everything what's going on in America what's going on in New York City since I'm here the riots are happening around me so I want to recommend that to you as well and that again is is is on Twitter and and an album I dared to joke about Joe Biden because I'm a big you know I'm a fan of satire and chill bill bite and came out the other day he actually said this is like it it's so funny Biden said that if he's elected he is going to deal with this issue of racial inequality systemic injustice right like he's going to he's going to deal with it and I thought he's literally been in political power since you're ready for this nineteen sixty nine there was like a hiatus of three years but other than that he has been in power since nineteen sixty nine and so you think so why haven't you dealt with that until now I mean your numbers you're promising that you're going to deal with if you're elected what it's just bizarre this is a man who's had the black vote in his back pocket so that he makes really incredibly arrogant statements like you know if you don't know who to vote for you ain't black and and he he actually says if you elect me I will deal with this with this problem I mean that's the only reason we have this problem is because Democrats have not dealt with the problem for the last eight years and I thought this is pure pandering and I thought what what is the next pandering thing that he might say and I thought he might vow to put a black man on the moon by the end of the decade that will be promised America that he is willing to commit himself to that project so you know you don't you just don't know what he's gonna say next but I wouldn't I wouldn't put it past them is the okay now before we go to Bob would send yes who has really been fighting for racial well Estes and equality for fifty years that's a fact before we go to him anything else we need to cover well I think I just wanna say something about Bob Woodson because he was in our studio right before we shut down we had Bob what's in on I think in the January or February of this year already he was one of the nicest personable people like such a he's like salt of the earth you such a real guy people are going to get well you'll you'll see a couple seconds you know what I forgot is this right now we put out an ad this is supposed to be a funny ad for my hello and it's all over you too but we haven't played it on the air let's just play that now and then we'll talk about what's in here we go quick question do you share the values of the people who sell hello I might Intel I can tell you I love Mike Lindell not just Michael dell but what he stands for use this time at home to get back in the world read our bibles and spend time with our families do that at the White House how can you not love what difference at this point does it make no actually does make a difference how you spend your money is as important vote the one that helped elect some crazy guy you make me mad but I'm gonna wrap this chain around your head he just fell off sideways you landed on a bench outside the door so mad so you want your money is what did my hello dot com Bob was a bad news and please use the discount code women taxes if you use pop beating cat anyway please go to my pillow dot com and use the code Eric or make up was a bad news is just learning and it makes you like most of our stocked at home these days you know who else might be at home with you rodents right I'm Scott from plugin test for it the last thing 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"albin" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

07:02 min | 11 months ago

"albin" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Show we are all in our bunkers evidently there's some kind of pandemic shut down I don't really keep up with the news but you probably know more about it than I do some bird flu thing I I don't know Albin are you there Chris you hire yes I'm here I'm in my bunker in a couple of seconds a real ball yeah size you know what you know what what ticks me off I'm the host of the show I don't get a real bunker I guess in my my home office you a producer you get like a bona fide bunker bunker yeah this one yeah yeah this storm requires an actual tinfoil hat upon wearing if you don't have a hat on a blind date tonight yeah look let me be clear for anybody listening at home this is a radio show but if you want to watch it you can go to YouTube the Eric Metaxas show channel Eric with taxes show and you can watch us and see where we are you can see what we're wearing I am wearing a horse here Wade which is been in my family for generations we have pictures of the horse though exactly but you're going to all our details have been released our we're gonna have our friend John Zmirak on the program we're going to ask him we're gonna ask him about everything he's in his own bunker in Dallas yeah he's walking over now it looks like a very as we're gonna be talking to beagles back in just a moment but before we get the John Zmirak a few things first of all as I said today is Monday in our two today were playing on court with our dear friend Victoria Jackson she's an alumni from SNL she was on the Johnny Carson show as Ilyin times and if anything she's funnier now she's just and I love her and she's going to be on this program for our two today yeah last week in case you missed it all my goodness add on Diana west's we had on Victor Davis Hanson and we had on Candace Owens and those are all available by video since we didn't have John the situations in Iraq on last week we said we gotta get three really heavy hitters and that's the best we can do I apologize so but I also should say that I don't think I'm did I comment on my experience in Nashville last week well a little bit a little bit I've Nashville to participate and I'm we're gonna talk to John about this in a moment but to participate in a conversation Q. conversation Q. ideas my friend Gabe Lyons puts on these extraordinary things but we had to do it virtually although some of us showed up in person but the audience was virtual in I was gonna have a conversation about evangelicals and trump with David French who is famously anti trump it was very interesting conversation I want to talk about that later the transcript of it it's not a great transcript but it is online it hasn't been taken down it's it shouldn't be online somebody put it up some bad person put it up but maybe I gave lines will make them shut it down but anyway the point is that I I do want to talk about that with with John's merit but before that Albin yes we we ought to this week's do an ask me taxes again because so many questions have come up and we we people have emailed us and said what happened ask my taxes so do we have any can we just give people the wet your appetite given the soup song to song are you saying about symbol full of ask my taxes well yeah yeah sure I could report a letter here from a net in Vancouver Vancouver Washington she says hi there love the show thanks so much I like to collect quotes and I'm having trouble sourcing the Mark Twain quote about smarter than a blue Jay what can talk possum and faster than the naked man riding a bolt of lightning you know that opens our show can you help those are too funny to not know who who wrote down but if that's what Mark Twain she asked okay so yes we will we should explain to those who don't listen to this program all the time and that in the the openings of this program are read by our friend Todd Wilkerson who is a comedian and a genius and I usually write right them for him because I I I can write to his cookie voice but one of them I I made up a Mark Twain quote so that's my made up Mark Twain quote I'd Mark Twain never said that so maybe album maybe you can read it again so people know what we're talking about yeah here's the quote are smarter than a blue Jay what can talk possum and faster than a naked man riding a bolt of lightning yes and you did that in a in a really wonderful Mark Twain accent thank you so anyway so the answer to this woman what's her name her name is Annette and she's writing in from Vancouver Washington so and now the answer is that I wrote that to be a fake Mark Twain quote you'll never find it but you know what's funny what's funny about the internet is something gets out there I mean if you put this out there is a Mark Twain quote it'll get picked up twenty times and before you know it the horses out of the barn cats out the bag to pay seven to bill it'll never come back I I I I wanted to explain that I once said something in my book about Dietrich von Hoff when I was trying to sum up what I thought his theology was saying in a sentence and I summed it up as saying something along the lines of of god is no less interested in us hi Leslie avoiding sin then in you know courageously trying to bail or sought something close to that but it was picked up as a pawn offer quote it was circulated over and over and over and over as upon heart for quote is then surely I thought this is bad because you don't like you know you don't that happens I thought there's no way you can put the toothpaste back in the tube I mean it's done on a hundred website no no no I could you need to really really small spoon well that's exactly what I did I emailed everyone I knew who was in the blogosphere and I let them know that if you see that quote it's from my book I set it on offer didn't say it so please scrub whatever son of a gun we put the toothpaste back in the tube so I just want to be clear about that now listen before we get to John the situations we are active talk about everything I want to remind our listeners that our patrons the people who make the show possible and folks we are grateful to them and we'd love.

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"albin" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"albin" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Albin Patrick spent several months in Memphis in the early nineties research in the last days of Martin Luther king junior April third nineteen sixty eight doctor came came back to Memphis late afternoon another speech was organized at Mason temple in the evening he delivered his last and arguably best speech and he said these prophetic words see the promised land my your forecast on news talk eight threo WCCO good morning my click here in the C. C. O. weather center Hey if you if you can see the moon if you look to the lower left of it there's kind of a reddish star that's actually the planet Mars and if you're planning to go there today plan on a hundred eighty nine million miles well Ron here we're gonna have miles and miles of sunshine little snow flurry activity yet but temperatures not a little bit warmer yesterday single digits in the north teens in the south and then tomorrow we had about ten degrees and I think we get above freezing tech I know we get above freezing starting on Wednesday the only thing about tomorrow though is that it's going to be windy it's winter fun day in Frederick Wisconsin this Saturday's frolic all while all kinds of good stuff going on they got a vintage snowmobile displays and garage sales and snow sculpting and member young Frankenstein I sure do that's for Dick mispronounce five above now in the Twin Cities on WCCO from the release traffic centre ways traffic destroyed because it is being brought you by NDTV to challenge the system you still got some scattered separate stuff out there continue to use caution traveling south one hundred just past the the the crosstown you'll find an action with vehicles off the ball size they use some caution is make way through the area they can be traveling south one hundred west three ninety four the spin on blocking the right size been cleared used by over three million businesses for hiring were business for.

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Why Is the Ocean Different Colors?

BrainStuff

05:48 min | 1 year ago

Why Is the Ocean Different Colors?

"Today's episode is brought to you by starbucks. They say that starbucks nitro does for cold coffee. What music does for workouts road trips in grand. Romantic gestures sound too good to be true. Guess we'll just have to try it for yourself. Starbucks nature cold brew. It's called coffee that subtly sweet lush and velvety smooth only at starbucks welcome to brainstorm a production indivi- heart radio. Hey brain stuff lauren vogel balm hair someone gazing out at the ocean from the maine coast seized very different hues is them someone's squinting at the c. from sunny beach on a greek island but why does the ocean come in so many shades of blue of course ocean water is an inherently blue blue. It's clear that we see on the surface are the result of light being absorbed and reflected by the water itself. Whatever is floating and living in it and the surface of the ocean floor below low it a glass of water will of course appear clear as visible light passes through it with little to no obstruction but if a body of water is deep enough that light isn't reflected off the bottom it appears blue a basic physics explains why light from the sun is made up of spectrum of different wavelengths the longer wavelengths links appear to our eyes as the reds oranges while the shorter ones appear blue and green when the sun's light strikes the ocean it interacts with water molecules and can be either absorbed or scattered. If nothing is in the water except water the longer read portions of the spectrum tend to be absorbed by the water molecules whereas the light of those shorter wavelengths is more likely to go deep hit water molecules there and scatter back up towards her is making the ocean appear blue depth depth and the ocean bottom also influence whether surface appears a dusky dark blue as in parts of the atlantic or casts as safir like shimmer as in many tropical locations. We spoke nasa astronaut gene carl feldman. He said in greece the water is this beautiful turquoise color because the bottom is either white sand or white rocks fox. What happens is the light comes down and blue light gets down hits the bottom and reflects back up so you make this beautiful light blue color in the water darker sand rocks or other formations mean darker water. The color is further complicated by the fact that the ocean is rarely just water but is instead instead teeming with tiny plant and animal life plus suspended sediment or other natural orban made contaminants oshii offers monitor the oceans color the way that doctors read vital signs of their patients color seen on the ocean surface reflect. What's going on in its vast. Depths felt ben who's based at the nasa goddard watered space flight center in maryland studies images taken by these sea viewing wide field of you censor satellite launched in nineteen ninety-seven from its perch more than four four hundred miles above earth or nearly six hundred and fifty kilometers the satellite captures van gogh like swirls the oceans colors the patterns are not only mesmerizing but they also also reflect where sediment and runoff make water appear adult brown and we're microscopic plants called phytoplankton collect nutrient rich waters often tinting at green federal plankton use chlorophyll to capture energy from the salem to convert water and carbon dioxide into energy and then waste through this process called photosynthesis phytoplankton generate about half of the oxygen we breathe oceans with high concentrations of phytoplankton can appear blue green to green depending on the the density some length the water yellow reddish or brown tint phytoplankton serve as the base of the food web and primary source of food for zooplankton which are tiny animals animals eaten by fish the fisherman eaten by bigger animals like whales and sharks. It's when oceans become polluted runoff. The amount of phytoplankton can escalate late to unhealthy levels fellow painted feet on the pollutants flourish and them die sinking to the bottom to decompose process. The depletes oxygen from the water over the past fifty years oceans zones with depleted oxygen have more than quadrupled to an area roughly. The size of the european union part of the cause may be an increase increase in ocean temperature due to climate change since warmer water supports less oxygen in coastal areas phytoplankton blooms are suspected to be the cause title plankton may serve as the base of ocean food chain but as feldman says too much of a good thing is not a good thing on a map on feldman's office. Wall is a marker showing knowing where there's little human. Interference and ocean water is perhaps the clearest on the planet in this region off the coast of easter island in the southeast pacific ocean. The water is deep and remarkably clear due to its location in the middle of giant oceanic. I which is a large circular current. Its central location means. There's minimal mixing of ocean layers nutrients aren't pushed up from the deep bottom the purity of the water there coupled with that make the ocean appear a deeper indigo than perhaps anywhere else. Feldmann albin said the light just keeps going down down down. There's nothing bounces back. Here is the deepest blue you'll ever see in today's episode certain by amanda onion and produced by tyler playing raines is a production of iheartradio's has to works for more on in this amounts of other topics is their home planet has dot com and from podcastone my heart radio is the iheartradio app apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows aw today's episode is brought to you by the capital one venture card when you earn unlimited double miles on every purchase your next trip is closer than you think. 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"albin" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"albin" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

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"albin" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"albin" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Nobly lovely todd albin today is thursday good holy thursday almost said good friday's it's holy thoroughly they also grow it monday thursday i love nee i love words that no one knows the meaning of mandi thursday we're going to we're going to give you the meaning of mandi thursday m a n d y but not just yet no we're going to tease it oh yes oh we're gonna tease and maybe we'll tell you at the end of the hour but we're going to tell you albin boy oh boy are we gonna tell maundy thursday now there's so much in this hour that i already want to skip ahead and tell people in our two today do not miss our to it is the great mitch glazer mitch glazer is with chosen people ministries a brooklyn jew who accepted jesus as messiah which is not typical but it's way more typical than most americans think like in new york city i know so many ethnic jews who have accepted jesus who are christians but the jews the christians but the jews because and if you're a really authentic christian you know you have been grafted in by faith you're basically jew by faith that's another story we'll talk to mitch about an hour to he's going to break down i mean i've literally never heard this before he breaks down how the last supper how the passover and the last supper i mean it's just mind blowing i never heard you've never heard this before you're never gonna look at the last supper again so we've got mitch glazer an hour to special monday thursday episode of eric metaxas show but there's so much you wanna share i've been doing so much less couple days it's so crazy first of all before i was this was greek week for aircraft taxes.

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"albin" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"albin" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"The air with taxes show fund fact friday starring albin sadar oh i follow the music cape now hey now i thought it was starring martin luther note stay starring albon sader wills lied whistle of course marlet's especial fund facts friday martin luther edition because this there's a there's a lot of fun facts in the luther ebook i'm glad you pick that up because i i keep saying that it to me that's one of the fund parts of reading the book but what else do we talk about how you about the stuff that didn't happen a yeah some of the stuff with didn't happen yeah i i think that's because like you you mentioned seven although i i gotta tell you in in you did mention that it it's at the beginning of the book you say there are these seven things but i'm reading along and of course i will know martin luther very well at all but i'm reading something thing thumped like wait a minute i thought that was true about him oh let's not true will bottom so i think there were more than seven as you go along these start to review few few other things of corell the it's been said over and over and over that he was a gigantic three stooges fan that he had posters and collectibles from the three studios that simply not true no he didn't he he didn't like joe besser for example he like in what can i tell you what nobody like hurling gop has no no any steel gis thin that's not yet films fumes at the idea of anybody besides the original curley martin luther did not he he accepted everybody and that was part of his yeah and was nam nam nam and of course curley joe besser also pleats stinky in the evident castillo tv program now that i didn't know yeah okay and not to be confused he's with curly joe derina and that's your who has the word who is the worst of all the curve auto okay okay we don't want to say yeah he was when that when the when the three stooges made meda movies like three stooges go to the moon hurley curley new besser was kerr the original curley had died by them yes and so and of course chimp.

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"albin" Discussed on The Chief Customer Officer Human Duct Tape Show

The Chief Customer Officer Human Duct Tape Show

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"albin" Discussed on The Chief Customer Officer Human Duct Tape Show

"Desperately what two crew what they're doing for albin button they all have examples of where that go way we doing the right thing by them and i don't mean in a bad financial white but but we're not treating the like yeah by individuals we're not trading the big respect necessarily to know where we're not getting back to them the way that triggered the way that we would like did that makes sense well i would love to hear some of these tactics that you've been able to get going that kind of are proving your ability to go wider so we've got a couple of things so what we have to clean it which in terms of we sent that broadcasting miles to the whole membership by saw a large percentage around certain things that you should do to secure tunnel vision of putting some of your own funds not just those banded funds that go in and make sure you've got you've been fisheries lined up at center so i looked at how those they call campaigns he looked at health ask that they called campaigned it's like came out market you can't blind your slurred on everything right back with a look at how you gotta would have us campaigns recognition rent and child and book with the result that it would take some weeks it took weeks for me to be out to find the results of some of these implants they were all the book so we started looking at results of by all all the action we've been changed how we were going to do some of those campaigns and they look at those insults and we saw with differences in results.

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"albin" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"albin" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"It's a lot of work in you know you just say that they're just kitty pa now the system is completely different sister wants to buy real estate she's got money she said she wants to do it her mother's wondering percent behind her she's got a completely different outlook but she's got that you know i'm one hundred percent safe because i don't have any responsibilities i don't have any overhead she's got the the greatest car that she watched love your card good brand new what she's got new and she's got all the stuff she wants she she has a great touch lose a super fun life and so she's got it all got it all figured albin should be okay it's just that either you look at this stuff and you look my daughter my daughter it's been all over the place she went from totally successful to totally lost it to trying to come back now and get back on your feet the thing is it just different for these guys you know and as we look at this from you say they want to buy houses i read the same article kim but i just don't see it of prejudice i got four kids i'll talk gulf war kids they just don't want to own house that's just the way this dealt what does that mean for us in our our all the people who work with us we're getting rich and deal that's terrible young kid losers mesa zuege bad sucks you guys are getting rich it but we can enrich because people don't want to own anything you know and we're owning the asset the acid becoming worth more were paying off the debts owed our our equities larger there's massive amounts of cash flow now because interest rates are super low and rents are super high because so many people are renting.

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"albin" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"albin" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

"You wouldn't believe it the guest is already at the table what it's a table for this very table is our guest not this very table details this table would tell my gosh week people are headed no it's the guest i heard that can we start if anyone has any residents stones were just gonna stick those cold seller and close the door no sign of all been confiscate solitary goods as long as there's no resident because sometimes you know you think they're off but they're not off third they're still transmitter you guys this is seekint the five i'd spdr wa he does surveillance for the dark lord well i mean i used to do surveillance for all been dollar off and i totally believed him when he said you know we'll just build out this giant surveillance where bin will spy on everybody in will intercept all the calls on the residents stones and nothing bad will happen because after me there will certainly be another ruler just as wise unpleasant as i am and what is that how it and wonderful let's all under albanian was a great king what and you know what when you say like albin doing it i'm like okay sure yeah outlook lubang do because we'll let you know what is he going to do with that information sure i mean it's not like power corrupts right no no i have never known a story that involved power corrupting yeah so you know the krypton answers we got together and we we figured out how to bust open the residents stones we did little we did what we called a web right we we start web like.

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"albin" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"albin" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

"You wouldn't believe it the guest is already at the table what it's a table for this very table is our guest not this very table details this table would tell my gosh week people are headed no it's the guest i heard that can we start if anyone has any residents stones were just gonna stick those cold seller and close the door no sign of all been confiscate solitary goods as long as there's no resident because sometimes you know you think they're off but they're not off third they're still transmitter you guys this is seekint the five i'd spdr wa he does surveillance for the dark lord well i mean i used to do surveillance for all been dollar off and i totally believed him when he said you know we'll just build out this giant surveillance where bin will spy on everybody in will intercept all the calls on the residents stones and nothing bad will happen because after me there will certainly be another ruler just as wise unpleasant as i am and what is that how it and wonderful let's all under albanian was a great king what and you know what when you say like albin doing it i'm like okay sure yeah outlook lubang do because we'll let you know what is he going to do with that information sure i mean it's not like power corrupts right no no i have never known a story that involved power corrupting yeah so you know the krypton answers we got together and we we figured out how to bust open the residents stones we did little we did what we called a web right we we start web like.

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