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The Complete and Abject Failure of Biden's Afghanistan Withdrawal Will Define His Legacy

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:38 min | Last month

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.

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"aleck" Discussed on Standup Comedy   "Your Host and MC"

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

05:00 min | 3 months ago

"aleck" Discussed on Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

"Gentlemen our first act for this show.

"aleck" Discussed on Standup Comedy   "Your Host and MC"

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

02:45 min | 3 months ago

"aleck" Discussed on Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

"How many men are not quite sure if you're in love maybe you're not perfect. How many inner just pretending to be in love until you get what you want. He's forcing his hand up now. That's here's a song that has nothing to do with love off the nager wet dream. Yes all these on one album. That's right call now and order yours. Dez gainers the top forty. Hey vinson it stays mole into laws on clay is really nelson. Maybe shoot of love you often and could have. Maybe as a loner then i would have with on niners gorge the rolling stone member. Laugher georgia. i love my son. Glasses that that's why i drive through red lights and the clock must be slow the two people that understood that owns Commando i'm coming home dean. I don't care there's no cable erkin for the do

Standup Comedy Jimmy Aleck, Jaz Kaner, and Bobcat Goldthait  Re-launched Show #6b  - burst 1

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

02:45 min | 3 months ago

Standup Comedy Jimmy Aleck, Jaz Kaner, and Bobcat Goldthait Re-launched Show #6b - burst 1

"How many men are not quite sure if you're in love maybe you're not perfect. How many inner just pretending to be in love until you get what you want. He's forcing his hand up now. That's here's a song that has nothing to do with love off the nager wet dream. Yes all these on one album. That's right call now and order yours. Dez gainers the top forty. Hey vinson it stays mole into laws on clay is really nelson. Maybe shoot of love you often and could have. Maybe as a loner then i would have with on niners gorge the rolling stone member. Laugher georgia. i love my son. Glasses that that's why i drive through red lights and the clock must be slow the two people that understood that owns Commando i'm coming home dean. I don't care there's no cable erkin for the do

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Interview With Author, Lynne Bertrand

What Book Hooked You?

04:49 min | 8 months ago

Interview With Author, Lynne Bertrand

"So then. What book hooked you. It's a great question. I was Sense the info on this question you know just that we could interpreted however we wanted to and i thought to myself. I'm not sure it was a hook. It was more of a net because a lot of reading in my childhood that was just part of the culture. I grew up in Partly just The nature of life before a lot of screens And then partly because i grew up in the family of a A fairly religious family so we were people of the book like anybody. Who's you know. grows up in that. You know that the buckets. In our case the bible but in other cases i think of the korean or you know the torah people reading and memorizing parts of books and becoming sort of accustomed to the idea that the book in some way is your life and your belief system and your and your way of understanding the world so there was that and then aside from any religious interpretations of the book the narrative structure of all those books in the old and new testaments or the first and second testament is really interesting stuff but then beyond that i I wanted to choose. A book called my family and other animals by gerald durrell. Who actually d'oro if you're british and incorrect. Which is the story of. It's one of many books that the zoologist durrell wrote As part of his Recollections about his life in zoology and this one is his early years on the island of corfu When he was there with his family and his brother. Lawrence still is a Novelist he wrote the alexandria quartet which will probably show up later in this interview. Because you'll ask me what series. I've never finished but gerald was Delicious writer funny kind of a smart aleck and really Captured not only his life in the field and mountains of coffee. Which is a greek island. collecting like rose beatles magpies and puppies and wall lizards and stuff but also the stories of his family. Being completely intolerable and arrogant. And you know with all their crazy foibles. Carry charming book. And i realized that if he could write like that then this could be really fun to read all my life and where in your life did you read this book. I well when i was about eight years old eight nine ten years old I used to go to new hampshire to stay with my grandparents and we were permitted because again it was a time when life look different. We were permitted to just take ourselves downtown and go anywhere we wanted and you know just as kids and we used to do things that we remembered from our summers like by a hamster you think their parents would never let us to and my grandparents just gave us a long leash least at all so i went to the bookstore all the time. There is a prep school town. I was not that kid. We were not that kind of wealthy but we had full access to the prep school bookstore. And i bought this book just thinking the cover was interesting. And i'm actually holding it in my hand. It is completely destroyed taped together with masking tape. It's Aqua the way everything was in nineteen seventy three or whatever that was and it was covered with all these crazy looking animals from that time. Sort of a collage and it has the typefaces that you would recognize from that era. So i And i read it in secret thinking that because it had some swears in it probably getting in trouble and was that sort of common use you were having to sneak books From your parents were your parents very today. Kind of investigate what. You're reading a frequently to make sure it was clean. Yeah no it's a great question. My parents are very liberal in their In their interpretation of what would be considered you know dogma but the The churches that i grew up in were more conservative so i was pretty careful. I mean that was the same era. As are you there. God it's me margaret. And you know i mean. There were things coming out that we're pretty controversial. Nothing like what. I've written and nothing like anybody else's writing now but But at that time it was you had to be kind of careful

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"aleck" Discussed on Standup Comedy   "Your Host and MC"

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

04:10 min | 9 months ago

"aleck" Discussed on Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

"Jess man. He is funny and we hope you enjoyed that. He is very talented comic and musician out of southern california. You probably picked it up from there. But he is a surfer He actually has a surf school down in long beach These days and he's a very talented comic. He plays clubs all over the west coast in. It was fun to have him. Appear on our podcast. He'll be back with an interview in a later. Show a right now. we're gonna take short break for our sponsor and we'll be right back with some amazing comedy entertainment from bob cat. Goldthwait stay tuned. This episode sponsor is. Dr design in remodel flooring tile carpentry and more located in beautiful elk grove california at one zero four six one grant line road just off highway. Ninety nine near sacramento. They do amazing. Bathroom and kitchen remodels from design to construction completion. Totally professional in every way their showroom features beautiful fixtures a wide range of flooring and design ideas to boggle the mind there on site design staff will guide us through to see your dream home. Come true so called. Dr design remodel at nine one. Six two six nine zero four five one to set appointment or visit their showroom. Today we wanna thank. Dr design and remodel for being our sponsor. All right boys and girls got some more. Stand up comedy for you This gentleman's from regionally from new york. He is ben all over the country coast to coast working comedy clubs but you may recognize him from his many tv appearances. It was also one of the coast stars. Police academy two three and four and He was also ultimately famous for setting fire to the couch on the tonight show with jay leno one night. That was crazy and he is a bit crazy. So let's enjoy ladies and gentlemen our headliner for this podcast. Bob gate both ways. I don't know. I don't know i don't even know anything about politics. I'm not as much as you know. In in in and all that i want to be like what the iranians the bad guys a little while no somewhere somewhere government. Let's see who's the most crazy fox we can give guns do manton. I don't. I don't know just i'm confused them. All these guns there was always money rallies where we get to the iranians right and that's to be racist apparently out buddies rallies in that sounds pretty odd to me. That guy has enough energy to run a big city. Ladies and gentlemen that was bobcat goldthwait. We hope you enjoyed the set earlier tonight. We had jazz. Cain and jimmy alec. Thanks again for joining the podcast. If you haven't find tell your friends about it radius and check out the other episodes. Thanks for listening by. We hope you enjoyed this episode of standup comedy. Your host emcee for information on the show merchandise and our sponsors or send comments to scott visit our website at www dot stand up your host and emcee dot com look for more episode soon and enjoy the world of stand up comedy. Visit a comedy showroom near you..

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"aleck" Discussed on Standup Comedy   "Your Host and MC"

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

01:57 min | 9 months ago

"aleck" Discussed on Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

"One album or yours. Dez gainers the top forty. How long george benson stumble into walls on quay cores rulli nelson. Maybe i should have loved you and could have maybe longer than i would have with. You always online nerves. The rolling stones Aw that's all i remember. That's good laugh georgia. Proper blew my son last night. That's why i drive right through the red lights. Glock must be slow to people that understood that a

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Show 6a Comedy via Radio, Music, & TV  Redux  Aleck, Kaner, & Goldthait - burst 2

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

01:57 min | 9 months ago

Show 6a Comedy via Radio, Music, & TV Redux Aleck, Kaner, & Goldthait - burst 2

"One album or yours. Dez gainers the top forty. How long george benson stumble into walls on quay cores rulli nelson. Maybe i should have loved you and could have maybe longer than i would have with. You always online nerves. The rolling stones Aw that's all i remember. That's good laugh georgia. Proper blew my son last night. That's why i drive right through the red lights. Glock must be slow to people that understood that a

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"aleck" Discussed on The Oklahoma Observercast

The Oklahoma Observercast

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"aleck" Discussed on The Oklahoma Observercast

"Well. Our House right now. Well. That's either dog under the bed underneath my desk here because of. Because of thunder so We're about to get something here. I watched part. Of course. Crass. So. Are you guys. Obviously you have some new schools in in mid bell. But a lot of them are older buildings and. Let's face it. They were not necessarily constructed with a pandemic in mind when you're talking about social distancing the a lot more focused probably on safe rooms and so forth over the last twenty, five years or so in particular, but I can't help but wonder. If in trying to make the school building safe as possible for students and faculty and staff, and so. Aren't do you. Do you feel like you have enough in hand of the we'll call a P, P E and the other cleaning supplies that are necessary or is this something you're going folks? We're GONNA have to have. We're GONNA have to have a whole our budgets just. Can't cover this and continue to do everything else that we're doing. Yeah. I. Think that if the expectation new here from state and national politicians, the expectation is that we're going to open and try to have a an uninterrupted school year that we're going to have a lot more PPA at somebody else's going to have to find a way to help us pay for it because our budgets are strapped really really thin and I know that that's not just Miguel. That's every other superintendent. I talked here that you know there's there's There's a certain amount that you can do and beyond that. The best you can do is. Inform your your staff in your community. This is what we've done. You're either comfortable with it or not and. And I I don't think that that message is is always very well received people want. The they want for answers, they want assurances. I've had an email from a teacher had multiple emails from teachers, but one in particular says, can you promise me that you'll keep a safe next year? Well, let's never chair. I can never promise that there's not single day of school that I. Can promise to keep everybody safe. I'll do everything that I feel like is in my power to mitigate risk. We do that we put in still festivals. Try to make our the Megan restore schools more secure. You know but we can't promise that solves all of the safety issues and a school same thing with covid nineteen we can do a lot of different things to mitigate risk, but I can't guarantee that somebody won't get sick at school I can never promise that. So is there any way to say you know what? Heading into a we have we based on our best estimates and analysis that we have a two month supply of this. When we're what we need is a nine what supplies. For example. Yeah. Yeah. I mean we could do it that way and I would say that right now that's about accurate. We probably do have a two month supply of most things I think probably a little bit more on hand sanitizer a little bit less on masks gloves But we don't know the supply chain look like a month when we're trying to put the next order in. I know several. Schools that have tried to order. Computer starting back in April or May. and. They're still waiting on the orders and some of those things are back are on back order until until October even though they were in three months ago at you know so. It the supply chain for nearly anything you can want is subject to disruption right now. Will will already have in this state I think it's fair to say a teacher shortage. How concerned are you? That? As you approach that August start bait the they're going to be some teachers who simply decide you know what it's not safe for me to return to the classroom and It'll happen it'll happen in nearly every district and I think that. In many cases, those are GonNa be teachers that we cherish. Who have mazing impact on kids and I you know. I would. I. Would hate for that to happen. I. Don't see how it doesn't happen a lot of the emails that I'm getting from teachers. Are Reminding me that they are in the evening taking care of elderly parent for example, or they have a they had their own child. Who is immuno-compromised. and. Always. Take all those things seriously. We also have to take seriously. The concerns that we have from families that we serve and one thing I wanted to mention about the survey that we sent out a month ago is that a significant number of the parents responded that survey said the school doesn't start on time I might lose my job. And on top of all of the other weights that are on my shoulders right now, trying to make sure that fourteen thousand students get education trying to make sure that sixteen hundred staff members are protected and that they in their jobs are protected I. I've also. You know to have on my shoulders. The fact that parents need us to be back in school so that they can go to work and earn a paycheck and that's just a you know. A lot of things to consider and in all l all were considering sometimes. don't. Really line up in perfect way. I intended to be a smart Aleck and say, do you think you get paid enough but you know maybe we should say that for another conversation because. My Board has. No complaints there I. Don't think I get to sleep enough events just because. There's not a time that this is on my mind. And.

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"aleck" Discussed on The Military Veteran Dad Podcast

The Military Veteran Dad Podcast

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"aleck" Discussed on The Military Veteran Dad Podcast

"Board of what soldier or service and soldier for life is like every part of your your fabric of your life is well together is a soldier never stops your dad didn't stop giving advice the soldiers through you like that's often what if you live it every day and it's also the fabric of your life as well. You know I think that's one of the the bonds that we have as between me and my dad is we talk about army I will guarantee if my dad called me right now it would be something about the army whether it was he heard or saw or he remembered story and You know it's funny when I do go when I get the opportunity to go and visit my folks back in Seattle I liked it to go through his old picture books and look it his pictures. When he stationed in Korea or Germany. Knicks I remember living there when I was a child and it's just it's just really cool that when he told me, they'll stories kid it I really didn't get it 'cause you're full of military jargon but now it's all and having been in the army like, oh I so get that now So it's really cool. I think it's just another way of being able to bond with my dad you know in but I still laugh still to this day when. When I say something and I realized I got it for my dad. my dad used to say when when he would get frustrated with a with me and my two sisters growing up. He would yelling like, when is your meter malfunction? Of Like Dumb mistake like? Every other team like. My nerves think. Functionally. Gosh my dad right now. Oh Manny. Like all his like. He's saying that came from Basic Treaty my dad it's funny. 'cause I really didn't know this until we Kinda talked about my dad was a smart Aleck because I I never saw that side of him and his dad he was in charge and he was serious usually a thornton right but apparently, that wasn't the case when he joined the army he was he was the small art Alec he was when I got in trouble by the Joel Stern. They need the push rock after him cry bit. McNeil's because guaranteed. My Dad's smart it off. And it's So funny that he has all these sayings he says and I'm like I get they'll saints come from now and you know his You know his cadence, the songs they used. To you know home to or saying what? What do you mean coffee tastes like Turpentine. Chicken like what the heck that doesn't make any sense, but it's so cool. Now, we laugh about it. Now I'm like, I, I, get you. You. Know you hit on a big topic that we talk about and the dads out there listening I wanna point this out that. When you tell those stories in you laugh in the way that we just did..

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Hope and Worry Mingle as Countries Relax Coronavirus Lockdowns

Rush Limbaugh

14:05 min | 1 year ago

Hope and Worry Mingle as Countries Relax Coronavirus Lockdowns

"Again just to repeat I had to run through some things pretty quickly Germany is re opening all of its shops and allowing soccer Italy Spain and France have eased their lock downs after the hot spots in those countries have now seen a record low number of coronavirus cases something that my my point is that lockdowns are being lifted all over the world not just here in the in the United States and there is mounting pressure to keep states close to keep the lockdown on and in place in the United States primarily in Democrat run states and we all know what the reason for this is there is an ongoing effort to **** the American economic recovery if you want to call it that whatever the renewed economic activity is and it's it's breathtaking to behold it really has a people talk about we got across the aisle we gotta show people that we can work together we gotta have demonstrated that we can make sure the government can work and we we can't even unified on a pandemic we're not it does not actually does surprise me at all because I know Eric and laughed I know the backwards and forwards I know today's Democrat party and I and I know what their political objectives are I'm just telling you they don't care capitalism is taking a hit that's in fact there's some of the some things happening in this in this situation that they have been secretly hoping would happen some day somehow main socialist by design don't like capitalism they've been looking for ways to damage and destroy it this thing is come along it's a godsend to many people on the left and so your your your if you if you have people who consider the United States is the problem in the world because the United States is too big it's too big a superpower it's too big economically it's just not fair something like this comes along and can cut the United States down to size twenty people in this country most of the Democrat party who are all for it I don't believe me I don't but it it it may be something you don't want to just take a look at where states are shut down I will continue to be shut down where governors don't want to open them up ask what party they're in and ask what could the reasons for this continued lockdown and the continued destruction of people's economic fortunes and watch what could that be about what purpose does it serve because believe me it serves a purpose keeping a state walk down keeping people in financial ruin with no opportunity to go back to work it does serve a particular political objective and that objective of course beating Donald Trump in November it sounds simplistic to some of you but it is the case I was reading I mentioned earlier in the program you can guardian is a column here my somebody named Francine prose I never heard of her I don't even know she's a real person is a sort of name or whatever but the piece is entitled what Americans ever forgive trump for his heart was lack of compassion the some heavy is while the nation grieves the US president has spent less than five minutes expressing compassion for those who are suffering we can't help thinking how much less worried we would be if a humane competent well informed adult was making the decisions that affect us all now that intrigues me because I want to ask you just just point blank take everything that's happening and leave it in place everything that has happened everything that is happening and what you think the immediate future all the words do you think Major League Baseball will play this season do you think the NFL will kick off with fans in the stands whatever you think yes fine if you think you know whatever whatever you think of the current circumstances would you be thinking differently would you be less worried if somebody we're in the White House expressing compassion for people who are stuck when it change your attitude about any of this what are you against compassion all I'm not against conventional put words in my mouth I'm asking what good does it do in the context of what we're talking about here what by the way that what Americans ever forgive trump for his heart was lack of compassion where has it been established that is heartless so there's a there's a gigantic presumption this whole thing off which is companies are heartless SOB about Americans know it and trump needs to get their forgiveness quick because trump is making this worse trump is making those wars because he doesn't have any compassion for the people suffering the nation is grieving now what is trump doing what do you define compassion a whole bunch of different ways but can optimism being compassion I know that trump refuses they get caught up in pessimism he doesn't like it he doesn't want to be identified with it he want he doesn't he doesn't want to be involved in things that create panic so trump well often times be optimistic because he thinks that's far more productive and far more helpful for people then just sit there and wring his hands together and talk about how sandy is because there are certain things that you just assume nobody is happy with the number of people who have died here nobody is happy with the number of people are sick should you have to save that for people to understand that about you what we give you an example this happened when I was out you remember the brouhaha that erupted after trump at one of the briefings talked about the possibility of injecting Clorox or whatever was you remember the outrage over this you remember people talking about how dumb and stupid all my god how embarrassing trump actually all dirty looked at the score of queen and he's asking her to confirm they could someday shook people up with Marshall it's dangerous this guy is an absolute these stupid people were saying now what happened what happened is the trump was briefed on some news that was announced who who's the guy who was the what department wasn't wasn't FEMA somebody made an announcement at that briefing that they had discovered the virus doesn't do well in high temperatures it doesn't do well on services it lasts thirty seconds with disinfectant Clorox whatever it was well trump had been briefed on all that a mere couple of minutes before the briefing and start I don't believe Donald Trump actually thinks or thought or to shoot anybody up what Y. sol rocks what Donald Trump is is I can do what kind of person and if he here is that this virus is wiped out in thirty seconds with exposure to whatever it was Clorox then his mind is going okay so how do we apply that and he thinks out loud how do we apply that if that if that kills it then how do we apply that to people who have a deep thanks out loud he's not literally thinking of shooting people up with one of these disinfectants are and yet the assumption was that he was thinking that the assumption was that he saw store but any such a fool that he literally want to go grab a patient and get a syringe and put some parts in there and have doctor works should the person up in sap the virus he's not and yet everybody reacted to it as though he is that stupid the is that heart was that he is that I have encountered that side of Donald Trump won the day all of the state of the union and which Catherine I were his gas and I got the presidential medal of freedom you would not believe what all had to happen for me to get to Washington that day and none of it what happened were it not for him making it happen things that you would say are impossible to get done in two hours or three cannot do he did it all he's just he's a can do kind of person he doesn't have no aunt or something negative in his it is make up so we goes about these briefings yeah the briefer was the homeland security undersecretary for science in fact the bill Ryan was built brand came out told everybody what happened to the virus in high humidity and high temperatures and certain kinds of disinfectants and so forth all Donald Trump as a problem solver and he likes to encourage people he likes to inspire people he likes to get people moving and he does think things that a lot of people that can't be done candy any doesn't just sit there one second if he's dealing with somebody who thinks something can't be done he's going to try to tell it can the mistake here was to do this impromptu ad libbing in front of cameras but I guarantee you that had the cameras not been there had trouble learn this so he would have been asking the boys are some way we can apply this is there some way we can take what you've just learned here and apply it to the way we're treating people with the virus he doesnt mean shut him up with this impact of poison is there something to learn here whether we actually this was just so over the top you remember trump any of trump's foolish trump this trump slap it was so bad that trump himself his staff got you got to go out to you got to fix this so I went out there the next day in trump said I was being sarcastic I was being sarcastic with the media I was asking a sarcastic wit that's obviously not what he was doing hi I wish I had been in the meeting to formulate the strategy the procedure here for dealing with with this because believe me it could have been converted into a total positive the reason I bring all this up is because it we have a piece here in the UK guard it will Americans ever forgive trump for his heart was lacking the last thing Donald Trump is as heartless and the last thing he has none of his compassion it is the exact opposite Donald Trump believes everybody's capable of greatness he believes it everybody's capable of accomplishing things he doesn't believe in sitting around and rubbing people's shoulders and saying it's okay you suck you're never going to amount to anything but I'll make you feel better about it he doesn't believe in that inspiring people getting the most out of people particularly people work for him particularly for people that can't do the things that he needs done it is that he can't do himself he needs those people come through we can't help thinking how much less worried we would be if I humane competent well informed the doubt was making the decisions that affect this there's another pull cord from his face and yet we've learned that Franklin Roosevelt turned away refugees from Hitler's Europe we can still imagine how comforting it was for those who lived through the Great Depression hearing his radio speech also people were suffering in the Great Depression and lost everything but somehow listening to Roosevelt on the radio made him feel better maybe you've made them feel better but it did not change their circumstances my mother used to get real mad at me she make me eat everything on the plate I'm sure yours did too and if I didn't do it she would say things like you know there are people there are people on the other side of the house over in China starving they would let us is also mom let me ask if I eat everything on his plate or some Chinese kids going to be rubbing your stomach I feel so full now you know smart aleck you'll be quiet you don't set your mother that left I'm sorry this one to me how my eating something is going to fill up a bunch of chai com Bally's wow right sure really I'm just missed through real real folks and I know exactly what troubles with this idea here that the American people cannot function we

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Guests evacuated after boat at Disney World takes on water

WGN Nightside

01:20 min | 1 year ago

Guests evacuated after boat at Disney World takes on water

"Disney world that today in Orlando today the boat took on some water but everybody was okay because it's not real water and it's probably about a foot it's often develop but Twitter had a field day is funny to you know we condemn Walt Disney World for allowing a boat to sink at their jungle cruise attraction they put their guests and dangerous so many carnivorous animals along the shores because it was the the animatronic tiger why we love when roller coasters go awry this is a roller coaster but just an attraction goes awry this is built in nineteen seventy one he would like to be more instances of this but good and Disney world for having maybe there for I don't know if it's a first you go into their public record you probably had hundreds of times where these boats kinda sank but a jungle cruise boat on the jungle cruise ride the famed one where these this smart aleck tour guide pulls out his gun and he shoots at the hippo and or maybe it's a line I remember table then shoots the water almost gets yeah great ride great

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11 Trivia Questions on The 90s

Trivia With Budds

05:55 min | 1 year ago

11 Trivia Questions on The 90s

"All right guys today. We have an episode all about one of my favorite decades. The nineteen nineties. You're GonNa have fun playing along with these questions and again cantons in Australia in here if you are a child of the eighties or the nineties or even the two thousand. We're going to dive into eleven questions on the nineties right now. Here we go all right here. We go with some Trivia on the ninety S. Here's question number one. What was the name of the Butler on the fresh Prince of bel-air question issue number one? What was the name of the Butler on the fresh Prince of bel-air that's question question number? Two what brand of Giga pet sold over seventy six million units starting in nineteen ninety seven. What brand of GIG PAT sold over seventy six million units? Starting back in Nineteen ninety-seven question number three on the cartoon. Hey Arnold in. What tape is Arnold's head often referred to on the Nick Toon? Hey Arnold in what shape is Arnold's head often referred to. That's question number. Three question number four. What group had the hit nineteen ninety song? Let's talk about sex. What group pedal hit one thousand nine hundred song? Let's talk about sex question for question. Five Yo play made a very popular brand of yogurt based on what colorful kids. Cereal of the nineties. Yo Playmate a Popular Yogurt based on what serial of the nineties. That's question number number five six more questions left in this quiz on the most radical decade of all the Nineteen Ninety S. Here's number six. What nineteen ninety-four movie use the tagline? Get ready for rush hour. Get ready for rush hour question number seven what year did Goldeneye 007 get released in the US. For nintendo sixty four. What year did Goldeneye come out on the Nintendo sixty four four number seven number eight? A Children's book was released in one thousand nine hundred eighty two called the blank cheese man man and other fairly stupid tales fill in that blank the blank cheese nanny nine hundred ninety two. That's question number eight. What book was that number? Nine is a fifty fifty question who won super bowl. Twenty nine in one thousand nine hundred ninety six was at the San Francisco Forty niners or the chargers. Here's one super bowl twenty nine and nineteen ninety-six. The forty niners or the chargers question number ten Dan. The Weird Al Song Amish Paradise was a parody of what other ninety song question of ten. The Weird Al Song Amish Paradise was a parody of what other ninety ninety s Song Question Number Ten and question number eleven for two points. What was the four word word name of a famous mounted talking fish? You could buy off your TV in the nineties will confer four words here four a multiple talking fish you you buy off your TV in the nineties. That is the end of your quiz on the nineties for today's episode Checkout Ogle Pogo Brewing in San Gabriel California tons of Great Beers here to try tons of great beers on tap in tons of great beards to take home one of my favorite places to grab a beer. Oh go pogo brewing. San Gabriel California. We'll be right back in just a second with the answers to the questions on the ninety S. We're back with the answers to nineties he's Trivia. Let's see how you did. Question number one we have the name of the Butler and the fresh Prince of bel-air which of course was Jeffrey. He was kind of a smart Aleck character on the fresh prince. Jeffrey on the fresh prince number two. What brand of Giga pet sold over seventy six million units starting in one thousand seven? That was Tamagotchi Tamagotchi number three on the cartoon. Hey Arnold and what shape is Arnold's head often referred to football it is a football shaped head. Football head is actually the last line of these shows intro. If you've seen number four what group had hit nineteen ninety song. Let's talk about sex. That was salt in pepe. Common table condiments. You might find at a restaurant or diner number five Yo. Oh play made a very popular brand of yogurt based on the colorful cereal tricks in the Nineties Tricks Yogurt which I imagine was also just for kids number six. What nineteen ninety-four movie used the tagline? Get ready for rush hour. That was speed my wife was like. Is it rush hour when I was quizzing. Her and she goes is it. Is it rush hour and I was like no. It's it's not rush hour. Because that's in the tagline. Although the movie came out like five years later four years later ninety eight. I think three years later whenever that was ninety. Six to ninety eight two years later. Oh my number. One Thousand Ninety four is when speed it came out so it was five years later now for years like Oh my God numbers Goldeneye double o seven get released in the US for Nintendo sixty four. That was back in nineteen ninety seven ninety seven the year the Goldeneye the game that changed the world number. Eight of Children's book was released in one thousand nine hundred called the blank cheese man and other fairly stupa tails. It was the stinky cheese man. The stinky cheese man. I've read that to my daughter before in modern times number. Nine one super bowl. Twenty nine and nineteen ninety-six. It was the the forty niners. The forty niners and number ten. The Weird Al Song Amish Paradise was a parody of song that would be gangster's paradise by coolio he was not happy with parody from an interview. I saw back in the day and number eleven for two points. The talking forward fish that mounted and would sing to you. I believe he bought it off. TV was called big mouth. Billy elite Bass Big Mouth Billy Bass so there you go. You learn some stuff or reminisced about the nineties on

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Oil prices fall as trade war concerns hit demand outlook

Coach Pete Financial Safari

08:23 min | 2 years ago

Oil prices fall as trade war concerns hit demand outlook

"Three eighty three or text coach to twenty one thousand Mister Chuck Caton yes so you still have in front of you the dirty dozen twelve retirement risk assessment okay and I've been looking it over and take it out one you like okay the one that again bothers me as much as longevity risk is tax wrist yep so the risk that rising taxes or unforeseen tax consequences can have on your portfolio or report your purchasing power tax risk can be managed using tax deferred and tax of fission investment solutions and by seeking guidance from attack position that that to me and I am you know it's like the hair club guy I'm actually a client that's the one that bothers me the most and I think I I I I talked to but and I will be talking to Mister Holland about this in the in a list of this is and it should concern everybody yeah what's the tax bite gonna be now we can't predict the future well I want to know why you know roughly if I've got a X. billion dollar retirement plan what's this really mean tax was just isn't a lot of people just because taxes are here they're not going away what happened there is a way for you to tell him to go away to nicely that's putting money in a Roth IRA or using something called a work plan L. I. R. P. L. park you what party one talk about the work plan will alert plan it's a life insurance retirement plan and I know that word scares a lot of people but I like to call to mit Romney plan as well it's what he was utilizing a lot of but it's a way to use tax code in your favor without losing control or guarantees on the money people hear the word insurance they run away but in essence it's it's a back door rockets away no matter what your income bracket is no matter how much money you make or how much it's a way to make sure grows the compounds tax free and no matter what tax law changes you know it'll be tax free in retirement because the problem with the Roth is with the beauty of office you can have money put in a K. comes out tax free the problem is you can't put a lot of money and we cannot any seven thousand a year they're here for but if you're if you make a certain amount you can't put any that's right right yes and not enough plans are offering a sata for one case or for three bees more more all are but they're still limitations on that so utilizing work again is just another golf club in the golf bag it's not the whole thing no not a lot of people act like it's the ball you can't play without it no it's just a part of a golf club or golf bag yeah were making sure you know what goes into good just to play a lot of golf is a lot of quotes in a bag yeah I need a driver that it's about two seventy five be nice of the drive would do it for you right that's right but there are ways to to to minimize the effect of taxation in retirement that's the most important what we're gonna have to pay taxes on the money eventually or before would you rather pay a small amount of Texas today are a whole lot of taxes in the future and so Parker I think I'd rather pay a little little bit of Texas today and have that money go forward tech and come out tax free down the road and a lot of people forget that the growth and compounding on that money before retirement is tax free as well that's a huge Powerball have ready to go for you and not enough people know about it or if they know if they don't understand it that's why our jobs education just know what your options are I was a drive in the studio this morning I was thinking about some financial do's and don'ts Chuck you want here for my came up with a list of I I I I just like our listeners we learned a lot from what you're talking about that my dashboard office drive it isn't right so number one people shouldn't access their home equity because it would delay the pay off of their home but they do it yep number two people shouldn't cash out there for one K. the pay off credit card debt when they change jobs but they do it people shouldn't take out for one K. loans for whatever reason but they do it and people shouldn't get into so much credit card debt for whatever reason but they do a lot of credit card debt so it's about financial planning retirement plan is all about just doing the right thing or if you're doing the wrong thing stop doing the wrong thing and get on the right track a lot of people that I talk to are in pairs to what's happening so they don't go see anybody that gets worse check if your health has termites does ignoring him if you normally they do if you're nice told us the only right now they're gonna pay for ever they're gonna so Hey and you know you're not going to have a foundation the only way to get rid of torment us all the termite a given on the internet now this is on the internet is also might not be true but evidently some kind of termites in some country that he's through concrete to that's yeah that's not a termite anymore I don't even tells us I don't wonder about it I don't know what that looks like the work of putting the right plan together very important it but making sure that you have a plan to begin with that is for retirement not for working years every single person I've talked to lately thought that putting money in a four one K. solved all the retirement when issues doesn't we see that everything we and that doesn't that actually leaves so many uncheck parks of that plan at risk and we see this more than other people come to us like all right I'll be your away on two years away it's time to start planning no it is never too early to get that retirement set because like you're saying because taxes change laws change you need to make sure it works and all these economic environment and as well as different growth in income environments as well the problem is like you were saying a truck a million dollars is there really a million dollars if enough to be tax yeah that's right into many people don't have enough saved in retirement that's our biggest concern so I wonder when it you know it's it's it's it's it's a positive because you can do things to make it better we're not saying all you made the wrong choice you're stuck no it's never too soon or too late to get on that right path and the book on folks face Parker when I talk to him when when they come in all scared the like arms crossed just don't really like ready to fight about you know because he's going to tell me that I'm doing wrong and I'm gonna be coach beat up well number one no you're not good to be believed wakes up what number two what we try to do though is is calm the situation down let's just map out where you are right now because we all have things we don't understand there's nothing wrong with that a that was a college professor for forty one years he would always say the dumbest questions he was asked with the ones that warn F. that's right we've all set in class we've all heard the smart Alex answered every single question the teacher says we all assume that everyone else in the class knows with the smart aleck knows but they're all like you many times to don't feel intimidated the secret is to address the issue and get it solved and then that confidence you have going forward it it makes on a whole lot easier to live in it takes the warrior out of living in retirement done it does and don't worry about not knowing I mean it's a full time job for us like that there's a lot of information out there I love the thing with someone said they felt like they were drinking through a fire hose trying to do their own online plan a Robert it by three no it's your plant is shore goals this your Jack does and if there is a pothole red flag ninety nine point nine percent time it can be fixed I don't know what you don't know and that's why we have expert people here capital financial can help you and I take credit for coaches work a lot the book right which you only because you know it's all right so what I want to do that before we leave for the week I wanna make sure that people understand we're not threatening here we we want to make sure that that you don't feel scared intimate about coming in to see us we have a lot of folks are coming to Seattle I've been waiting for years the call because I was afraid you guys would tell me I was doing something wrong well if we tell you will show you how to do it better we're not going to criticize call constructive criticism of anything I like to call constructive satisfaction so going to show you the way to get on a better path criticism to bed were but really we're not criticizing was to show here's what I would do better right good job but here's what may be might make it better based on what you tell us you wanna do well that's true coaching I mean you don't hockey analogy okay player made a mistake you bring him in to show the video but you don't bencher makes got to not be afraid to be on the ice anymore you say not do it better next time here's what you can do I'm helping you yeah yeah here's how to do it now and so if you are with the next ten people call was for the for the week we'll put together for you your very own personal plan I called earlier in the show the never never planned you'll never wore you and you'll never run out of money the never never plan you know bubble wrap needed folks you don't need to wrap it up it is going to be done for you it's going to be protected for you without you having to put anything else around it and we're gonna do it income tax analysis will do a cash flow analysis for you will do your net worth analysis which is always fun to see what you're worth that's based on real estate

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"aleck" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"aleck" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Carrying on that blanket what is it the may maybe I hate to tell you but that is the ugliest most read baby I hear rumors that way so it's all my life you're not getting away with this plain book lady it's a this smart aleck insulted me and I will stand for this is something be done about it or I'm going to sue and the lady all I said was the truth no thank you they don't get let's.

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"aleck" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"aleck" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"I was going to say Richard doesn't want any of the commercials. So we could he could just fund the show. We'll take all of them out. And just. Just pay for the hour. Thirty grand for an hour. That's not bad. It's not terribly expensive close enough and bring the wine next time. Mike. Moore is our guest in studio today with of course, stage restaurant and amuse. What's our second? Poor before we go few minutes remaining, Mike, we're gonna stay with the same general great. But from a different region, we're going to have a little Chablis. That sounds burgundy John Mark card again, this is a soil driven style of wine light, Chris good acidity. It'll be perfect with food. Refreshing. Most people are familiar with Chardonnay a lot of people like the new world versions. I tend to appreciate the old world Burgundian style should always been fun. Also, just because it's got that Chris kind of apple e kaffir lime sometimes and zest to best temperatures serve chilled. You know, Hawaii's warm in general. So keeping it in the fifty forty range just to keep a nice chill on it. But it's not centigrade. Jim. I'm just saying I try to learn in school. Clinton had a couple of white wine. Jim all you have to do is porn a little soup base. And you've got yourself little chicken noodle. Broth. Oh, that's terrible. I thought he was your friend. Mostly the guy for twelve days. Wow. All it takes is room. Just one little move. Smart Aleck comment. The bus tire crowd goes right out and coming from all people. But I.

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"aleck" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"aleck" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Smart Aleck comment. The bus tire crowd goes right out and coming from all people. But I do agree with Mike on that. You've gotta have your cold. It's got drink a warm Heineken. Can't do it. Nothing worse. Three things that come to mind. I. There was so good. I had a little more. Oh, okay. Moderation. Very yummy. Chablis sometimes can get a little bit of a preconceived because there had been a lot of marketing in the past of bulk wines and labels with Chablis right California should box wines box. Sweet. And this has a little musty kind of old world wines tend to have a little bit of that musty the climate's little cooler and so different flea. Come out. You like old, musty? Is that when I am not going to say. You said enough through what you were going to say is that one of the three things worse than a warm Heineken. Old and musty his one of make sure that if you are interested in putting together a phenomenal event that Coppola gallery is available. Yes. Mike, and also if you are part of our nonprofit community or you have a tremendous amount of outreach giving a call over for fundraising events and things. Perfect location. Yes, we really enjoyed that connection with the community. We've done a number of fundraising events that have been really successful. It's a really unique space. We have to have music bring a new musicians we've had a couple buyouts for the restaurant where there is a dining, element wine bar element and Kupa performance. So you're able to reach a diverse variety of the population. You have the younger crowd who can have some cocktails and keep it simple. Other people want to come in early have dinner start their evening and then again. Ten. Kupa really really a great venue..

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"aleck" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

09:35 min | 2 years ago

"aleck" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Way. Hi, I'm the real smart Aleck today. I'm just warning you right now have already watch it canes already like throwing stuff across around. What's happening? Yeah. So yesterday, this was after we were off air, by the way. I don't know if you guys realize, but I guess we're all gonna die in twelve years because the Democrats refused to vote for the legislation that they said we needed to avert all of our untimely deaths. We all wear this. Or is it a full twelve years anymore? Is it? Yeah. It's like eleven years and ten assists. Not even like a full twelve years anymore. So we are going gonna die because they didn't vote for the they didn't vote for their green deal. Why did you guys vote for your green deal? I mean, I'm asking because. It seems like that was something that was super important that we needed to do. And it ended up not happening. I just I'm really shocked totally not at all by that. What about you guys? Now, they I was really most interested in seeing how they were going to ban cow, farts, and combustible engines and all that stuff. I was most excited about that. That's what I was. That's what I was really looking forward to just some really good stuff. So they all the Democrats voted present, including Alexandria, Cossio Cortez. I don't know if you knew, but she also, but at present, and she got really mad because she was mocked all last night. Online. Girl, was Ma fifty seven votes against it. Some some Democrats even voted against it. And because nobody wanted to go back to their district and say guys is what we just voted to tax you all ninety three trillion dollars, which sounds like a made up number. That's like it's like if you ask a little kid how much money do you wanna make? When you grow ninety three trillion dollars, Dr evil money right there. Right. It is. So yeah, she this is what she said. Mcconnell tried to rush the green new deal straight to the floor without a hearing. Why does the Senate GOP review Soldini major eary's climate change what they actually said? And then she kept saying, I'm not owned. Bet you wear though. Yeah. That's I. Why it was so important? Why did you need to stall with a hearing? If it was so important why she got really really really mad to I have so many windows open. So give me one second. She got really mad at Mike Lee. Because Mike Lee he was on the floor of the Senate yesterday. We have this. Okay. And he. Made fun of her everything. And she got so mad listen to this after reading the green new deal mostly afraid of not being able to get through this speech with a straight face for Mr President. I rise today to consider the green new deal with the seriousness. If deserves. This is of course, a picture a former president Ronald Reagan naturally firing a machine gun while riding on the back of a dinosaur. You'll notice a couple of important features here first of all the rocket launcher strap the President Reagan's back, and then the stirring unmistakable patriotism of the philosophy after holding up a tattered American flag, a symbol of all needs to be an American critics might quibble with this depiction of the climactic battle of the Cold War because while awesome in real life. There was no climactic battle battle with four without Veloce rafters, the Cold War as we all know was one without firing a shot. But that quibble actually serves our purposes here today, Mr President because this image has as much to do with overcoming communism in the twentieth century as the green new deal has to do with overcoming climate change in the twenty first. And she got so mad at him, y'all. Oh my gosh. Girlfriend. Got so mad. So she. Said that he she says if he can be Senator could just goes to show you that you can do anything at this guy can be Senator. Grow. You can't even make a good mix. Drink. Let's be real. She's a Representative. So she can be Representative anybody can be represented. Yeah. My favorite thing or people who overpaid and probably got all the student debt. Never learn anything about economics and probably can't even make a drink. Real good criticizing someone who's literally a constitutional law scholar. But okay. Don't be jealous girl. Don't be hating the play. I hate the game. Dang, you know, how this works. Goodness. No. It just because they all of this is a scam. It's just a giant scam. If they really thought it was that important data voted on it. All right. So that's one of the things that we're watching because I they they were all complaining that it was rushed. They said we had twelve years to live who's rushing what? Didn't wake sidebar didn't Al Gore mister owl released. My shock Gregore. Didn't he? I mean, he literally went to a mysterious because he wanted a rub and. Okay over there. Okay. I don't think anything could top probably mistook crafty beaver for Winky beaver yesterday. So anyway, my whole point Al release my shock where gore didn't he say that all the polar bears we're going to be dead right now and all the ice caps will be melted. Twenty thirteen was the deadline on that. We're we're all supposed to be dead if we can rebuild we rebuilt after all dying from net neutrality. So I'm sure we'll probably going to be okay. From the ashes we rise. So they all were complaining so badly that it was rushed. And she was she just looks like a full. Do you love how they don't you love? How they circle the wagons. They all completely supported this bat crap crazy insanity. But then none of them voted for it. They all talked about. Oh, yeah. We need this green you deal. You know that these people sat there, and they read this full proposal, and they were like really like seriously. She actually put in here. She got banned. Cal arts are you for real? She's gonna sit she wants to ban plane travel. We're all going to get by on trains, and I guess we'll magically operate over the vast nece that is the oceans the hell how in any way any serious person could have read it the entire proposal sounded like what the conversation if it was transcripted with a drunk, girl or frat boy sounds like and then. You're going to do. No. Can ban counterparts. Nina. Stop or. Gosh. Also. Ooh. Do you know what Jesse smell? It did for his community service. Here's wanna know tune now because it was very serious. I mean, he he completely got off of a very serious charge yesterday. Because the prosecutor is oh, man. Listen to this spin fourteen. Oh my gosh. Listen to this re framing. This was not an exoneration. To say that he was exonerated by us or anyone else. This is not true at called an alternative disposition in that he agreed to do community service. He agreed to forfeit is pale to the remainder of his bond to the city of Chicago. Return for doing those things we agree to dismiss the indictment. Yeah. And expunges record. It's it was even apparently deleted out of the database. You can't even find it. So they said, oh, well, he's done so much for his community and their complete investigator file, by the way is all online. I don't know if it's over at sea WBZ, Chicago dot com. That's where the whole the Chicago police department's entire investigative file of the jussie smollet case has been leaked, and they have it up there. But his and he has he got his little sweetheart deals not going to be prosecuted these were sixteen felony charges. That's huge. And and he did get special treatment. I mean, this this this is he absolutely got special treatment. And then you had Soros who donated half a million dollars to the prosecutors campaign for state's attorney, even David Axelrod was mad about it. He said it was privileged to. But the oh my gosh. And I think the former assistant state attorney who was the lead prosecutor on his case Joseph maggots MAGA ATS, which is what progressive called Trump supporters. I thought that was just so unbelievably ironic, but you want to know what he did for his community service. You guys are going to get really mad. So I don't know if I want to tell you because you guys are going to get really mad at us. Are you ready? Okay. So he gave up just sixteen hours of his time working with Jesse Jackson's rainbow push coalition where he offered critiques to their video department. Yeah. To work days. Yeah. That's all he did. He offered critiques to their video department so working with Jesse Jackson's rainbow push coalition this each felony accusation was an hour of community service. Felony. Yep..

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"aleck" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"aleck" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Either one, and it's it's pretty amazing. You know, one of the things I noticed in there. Not only in your stuff. Not only. Do you say that you're doing better than you think you are? But you are intentionally speaking to moms and dads to take charge. You want to you want to speak courage to them to take charge to not let the inmates run the asylum. I love the way you think you're absolutely right. And you know, we've given kids sort of this power. We make them the center of our world. I mean, look at what's happening in, you know, the Hollywood, and the, you know, the paying off of you know, coaches and coaches and colleges to get their, you know, their lovely perfect precious. You know, kid, and and and what happens is cheers need understand. You know, we run the home. Are we need to teach our kids had a follow our lead? We need to teach them how to be good people live with integrity. He disciplined person and understand that self control and discipline and virtues are what really make a person successful in all areas of life relationships work, sports, any extra curricula activities. So it really is about teaching parents. You know, what you've got to be in charge. You got to set the boundaries and life. How much more fun in the home that way it is? And it's not some kind of authoritarian, toxic harshness or something. That's not the issue. I mean, I used to spend an abnormal amount of time. It felt like convincing my kids that everything were discussing all of these boundaries have absolutely nothing to do with me. Yeah. There because I love you, exactly. And you're going to do this because I'm bigger than you. I love you. And it's what's best for you. And we're going to start with dad control and over time with critical thinking skills, we're going to teach you self control. Yes. Exactly. And that's really what our job is parents historic to impose control on kids when they're younger. So they understand this is what it's like to live with rules and boundaries. And then as they get older, we begin to transfer some of that responsibility to them so they begin to to to take on self discipline and self control. So that when they're ready to leave home these kids who really know how to control their behavior how to excel. And if we live sort of doing things for all our kids all the time in letting them do whatever they wanna do. We really set them up for sale. Failure. And I see this with kids all the time. And so really I'm going to go out there, and he quipped parents and say, look you can do this. Here's how you discipline your kids and discipline isn't a bad horrible word. Lena. Like, you were talking about it doesn't mean we're gonna crack down on our kids. It'd be mean it really is about teaching kids how to live life. Well, and you have to be a strong parent in this day and age to parent. Well, you know, great parenting is not for wimps, particularly in a culture that's trying to take our kids down with all the media and the screens and cell phones, and that kind of thing, and so any parent can do it any parents can take charge of their home and really helped launch the kids in a good direction. Well in the nineteen fifties. If you watched television, you saw children who were respectful of fathers and mothers and today, the star of all the shows. Is a smart Aleck out of control kid that in my house would have had major problems. Yeah. Medically stated, but yeah, I mean, he would have experienced pain had he run his mouth like that. At me. You know, what really is an kids when they're allowed to behave that way are miserable. And I get I can't tell you how many letters and questions. I get from parents saying my kids are doing this. My kids are doing this. They're telling me, they hate me the writing on the wall, they wish I weren't here. They wish I were dead. What am I gonna do? What I say what what are you gonna do? Yeah. And I wanna give her a cell phones for her thirteenth birthday because I want to encourage inspire her. I said what? You know, so parents nurture stupidity away. And you can't exactly and I think a lot of kids are running rip shot over their parents carrots are miserable and they are miserable too. And so parents need to take back the lead. And that's what I really hope to to teach them to do and encourage them to do in these conferences and in an effort to love our children well into nurture them. Well, as a culture, we have moved over the line in too many times in too many cases to where we made that made the culture so kids Centric that when they get out in the real world, and they take their first job and somebody tells them, it's not all about them. Oh, yeah. There's shocked. It's the first time I've ever heard that they think the access of the world runs through their little head exactly one of college. Admissions officer was telling me one time, they often have difficulty because kids come come to college, and they have to live with a roommate, and they're not used to living with another person they have their own room, and do whatever they wanted. She said, it's really very difficult even in a small thing like that to get kids to understand you need to share you need to think about other people, and we really really from a biblical standpoint its idolatry.

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"aleck" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"aleck" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Either one, and it's it's pretty amazing. You know, one of the things I noticed in there. Not only in your stuff. Not only do you say that you're doing better than you think you are. But you are intentionally speaking to moms and dads to take charge. You want to you want to speak courage to them to take charge to not. The inmates run the asylum. I love the way you phrase. You're absolutely right. And you know, we've given kids sort of this power. We make them the center of our world. I mean, look at what's happening in Hollywood. And the, you know, the paying off of you know, coach coaches and colleges to get their, you know, their lovely perfect precious. You know, kid, and and and what happens is parents need understand. You know, we run the home. Are we need to teach our kids how to follow our lead? We need to teach them how to be good people live with integrity disciplined person and understand that self control and discipline and virtues are what really make a person successful in all areas of life relationships work, you know, sports any extra curricular activities. So it really is about teaching parents. You know, what you've got to be in charge. You gotta set the boundaries. And life is so much more fun in the home that way, it is. And it's not some kind of authoritarian, toxic harshness or something. That's not the issue. I mean, I used to spend an abnormal amount of time. It felt like convincing my kids that everything we're discussing all of these boundaries have absolutely nothing to do with me. Yeah. There because I love you, exactly. And you're going to do this because I'm bigger than you. I love you. And it's what's best for you. And we're going to start with dad control and over time with critical thinking skills, we're gonna teach you self control. Yes. Exactly. And that's really what our job is parents historic to impose control on kids when they're younger. So they understand this is what it's like to live with rules and boundaries. And then as they get older, we begin to transfer some of that responsibility to them so they begin to to to take on self discipline and self control. So that when they're ready to leave home these are kids who really know how to control their behavior how to excel. And if we live sort of doing things for all our kids all the time in letting them do whatever they wanna do. We really set them up for fail. Failure. And I see this with kids all the time. And so really I'm going to go out there, and he quit parents and say, look you can do this. Here's how you discipline your kids and discipline isn't bad horrible word. Lena. Like, you were talking about it doesn't mean we're gonna crack down on our kids. That'd be meet. It really is about teaching kids how to live life. Well, and you have to be a strong parent in this day and age to parent. Well, you know, great parenting is not for wins. Particularly in a culture that's trying to take our kids down in with all the media and the screens and cell phones, and that kind of thing, and so any parent can do it any parents can take charge of their home and really helped launch the kids in a good direction. Well in the nineteen fifties. If you watched television, you saw children who were respectful of fathers and mothers today, the star of all the shows. Is a smart Aleck out of control kid that in my house would have had major problems. Yeah. That was those diplomatically stated, but yeah, I mean, he would have experienced pain had he run his mouth like that. At me. You know, what really is an kids when they're allowed to behave that way are miserable. And I get I can't tell you how many letters and questions. I get from parents saying my kids are doing this. My kids are doing this. They're telling me, they hate me the writing on the walls. They wish I weren't here. They wish I were dead. What am I gonna do? And I'd say what what are you gonna do? Yeah. And I want to give her a cell phone for her thirteenth birthday because I went to encourage inspire her. I said what? Karen nurture stupidity away. And you can't exactly and I think a lot of kids are running ripped shot over their parents. Parents are miserable and they are miserable too. And so parents need to take back the lead. And that's what I really hope to teach them to do and encourage them to do in these conferences and in an effort to love our children, well and to nurture them. Well, as a culture, we have moved over the line, and too many times in too many cases to where we made it made the culture so kids Centric that when they get out in the real world, and they take their first job and somebody tells them, it's not all about them. Oh, yeah. They're shocked. It's the first time I've ever heard that they think the exercise of the world runs through their little head exactly one of college. Admissions officer was telling me one time, they often have difficulty because kids come come to college, and they have to live with a roommate, and they're not used to living with another person they have their own room, and do whatever they want. And she said, it's really very difficult even in a small thing like that to get kids to understand you need to share you need to think about other people, and we really it really from a biblical standpoint its idolatry when.

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"aleck" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

10:22 min | 2 years ago

"aleck" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Your taxes. The morning show. Continues down with Brian Sussman. Dr Kevin LeBron's going to be joining us. He's the birth. Order guy written the book on the birth order every he'll he'll tell you things about yourself. You did not know you've always wondered, why am I like this? He's going to have it all if you're if you're a parent you've noticed certain things about your kids. Why are they like this? You've got three. Let's just say you got three kids. Why is the youngest one the smart Aleck? He'll he'll tell you. Okay. Why is it the oldest child that I could always rely on? Why is it my middle child? Peacemaker. I just want to know. What's what's going on with that? Okay. So we got it all for you. Okay. So in the meantime, Bernie Sanders townhall meeting last night. So we got more sound from the townhall. Bernie Sanders believes that healthcare. Like, so many liberals is a human right? A human right. Okay. Here's Bernie Sanders. The only way to provide healthcare all people in a cost effective way is a Medicare for all single payer program. All right. That's what I believe. And that's what I will fight for because it's a human, right? Not a privilege, humid. Right. Not a privilege. I love the way these guys in the network. They always break these things for us. I'd love to hear him saying it's to human right? Not a privilege Bernie Sanders touched on healthcare saying he believes it's humid, right? Not a privilege. We've got a guarantee healthcare to all of our people as a right, then he explains how he plans to pay for it. Care will. He didn't explain how he's going to pay for it Bernie. That's the question. It's going to be Medicare for all single payer. Okay. How are you going to pay for it? Hey, get paid for it. And then here's the other question. I think this is maybe the deeper question. If healthcare really is a human, right. And the government should be providing that for us as a right? That may I just say it better be the best healthcare on the planet. If it's a right. If we have okay, let's just think this was like adults. Let's think this through if you honestly believe healthcare is a right. And you honestly believe that the government should provide that for you. Then shouldn't it be the absolute top of the heat best healthcare available? I mean, no exceptions absolutely the best. It's like mayo clinic Stanford hospital UCSF type stuff for everybody. Just across the board. Everybody nobody slips through the cracks, right? I'm with you. I am absolutely with you, folks. Come on, man. This isn't. Tradeable? It's not it's not possible. It's not possible here. He is. He's got some harsh words regarding President Trump. Cut de Bernie Sanders. This president is the first president in the modern history of our country who is trying to divide our people up based on the color of their skin the country, they will born in their sexual orientation their gender their religion. And that is an outrage. Our job is to bring our people together not to divide them up. That's why Mr. Trump must be defeated. Okay. Hold on. Because when I think of the democrat party, I think of the party that's all about race and sexual orientation, segregation, that's what I mean. Seriously, folks, all run out there all about identity politics. That's what they're all about all identity politics. Here's Bernie Sanders. Talking about why he didn't why he has I this was a shock to me. I did not know that he has not turned in his tax forms. I thought that all the Democrats did that because they were all all all every man, and every woman was just fed up with Donald Trump for not releasing his tax firms. But Bernie hasn't done it. Either news to me areas on CNN last night in the same town hall. Will you release ten years of your towns, as you know, Elizabeth Warren has decided to do that? Yes. What what was the delay? Why haven't you done that? So far. The lay is little it'll our tax returns. We'll boy you deduct that simply nothing special about him. Just was a mechanical issue. We don't have camping home. My wife does most of it. And we will get that stuff out. So when we think we'll be able to see your tax sooner than later. Well, what does that mean? So. Are they ready to be released? We have to just do a few more little things check them out. But we. And why didn't you do it? The last time around you were under a lot of pressure to do. So a lot of place. Why didn't end up doing that? Because I didn't win the nomination. If we have won the nomination, we would have done it again. I don't want to shock. You will. They're very boring. So why hasn't he released, you know, ten years worth? I mean, they've all been filed the IRS has all of them if there's nothing, oh, we just need to just check off things and do a couple of things. But you filed returns are filed if they're so boring. Why don't you just release them? Just put them out there. I doubt about that six hundred thousand dollar house that I got up there up there at the lake and they're gonna wondering how I got it. That's proper. Even after he bowed out of the election. And Hillary was able to go forward. Suddenly he had this little vacation home that somebody gave him as a six hundred thousand dollar house. Now, you're thinking six hundred thousand that's nothing well up in that part of the United States. It's I mean, it's it's a charming place on a lake. You put that on Lake Tahoe. All the sudden. Okay. Well, there's there's there's two point five. Yeah, easily. It's so yeah. Maybe that's what he wants to hide. Heidel those private jets. He was demanding. Apparently when he was campaigning Hillary, right? Yeah. Good point. I forgot about that carbon footprint. What are you guys sent me that yesterday, what was the story on that? So apparently one of the Clinton staffers who works for one of the other Democrats this year. They released information that Bernie Sanders was demanding private jets only when he was campaigning for Hillary in two thousand sixteen. Yeah. Good old Bernie, just you know, it's it's the typical socialist thing. I'm some people are more equal than others. So this is a New York Post story Bernie Sanders demanded private jets while campaigning with Clinton. So a spokesman for Bernie Sanders lashed out at Hillary's ex-staffers yesterday. For leaking a story about how the Vermont socialists had demanded fossil fuel guzzling private jets while campaigning for Clinton in two thousand sixteen. So he did. Okay. So Michael, Briggs? He was the campaign spokesman too often travel with Saturday's I'm private flights told politico that Clinton enter staff were total ingrates in light of the herculean effort of the Vermont Senator. To try to help her win. So that's the deal. He said, okay. Okay. I'll help you. I'll help you. But the deal is I would fly private. I'm flying privately. It's hypocritical way to look at it. So it's the carbon footprint. It's traveling. Like, you're part of the rich and famous when is dead. You're supposed to be the socialist schlub. Right. Got it got it really troubling this over info wars. It's linked up at drudge report this morning. So this is at UCLA, and you've got this undercover reporter and she's going around doing man on the street interviews asking students to sign a petition to throw conservatives into involuntary reeducation camps. And not only were the students. She approached ecstatic to sign it, but one member of UCLA student government. Okay. This is a student government elected Representative encouraged her to change the language to diversity and sensitivity training in order to hide the real intention. So in other words, listen instead of just saying we're going to just throw them into involuntary reeducation camps say that we're doing in the name of diversity and in the name of sensitivity training that way it'll be more palatable. This is a credit. What we've got to play this. We'll get it for you after we talk with Kevin Leman in the next abbot. Oh, oh, you know, what I'm looking at this video. I love this check. She is. So great. Okay. I'll I I know exactly who this this girl. Caitlyn bennett. She is she's Stephan for a worse. Yeah. Semi regularly sharp. So stick around because in the next segment. Very entertaining. Very informative. It's going to be dark to Kevin Leman. Then we'll get to that at six thirty five to near the guests today. Are wonderful callers if something interesting to contribute. Yeah. Those guys they gave those people, right? Haiti Brian gets a after the damn issues. This was this is really disturbing. This guy that owns the assuming I don't know if this is true or not. But they say they busted this guy. They've got say they've got surveillance video. So this has to do with the guy that owns the patriots Robert Kraft who's a billionaire, and he's among twenty five men arrested following a staying at this massage parlor in Florida. And it's like a cheapo place. It's not even you'd think with all his money. He'd be hiring a high end hookers. You know, right. Yeah. No. This is a nasty hole in the wall. Yes. Just just. Mazi little. Yeah. Horrible. So apparently, the story is that he even visited this particular place on the day of the AFC championship. Oh, jeez. Oh what a Perv. I mean, if this is true. Wow. Way to flush your entire life down the toilet. What is this horrible Robert Kraft charged with soliciting prostitution on the day of the AFC title game. In a strip mall next to a smoke. Shop. Unbelievable. Six fifteen on gas right now. Katie green.

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"aleck" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"aleck" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"And I think this is something that is unique challenge for guys like you. And I that work in the media, and whose opinions are asked for on a frequent basis, but really anybody who's watching us right now or listening to the. Podcast later, David if you have a social media account, you have the exact same challenge as a believer. That Paul had as an apostle bringing this truth to the places of Corinth, which you you reference. The fact that Corinth was so depraved, even by Greek standards. They were their own verb that you were Carinthian is even by Greek standards. They thought the Corinthians were a depraved bunch you emphasise where the entire economy of the community was based on worship of false God, for example. All right. So so we I confronted with us a lot, and I have to navigate this. You know, when when Paul confronts, the Judah is in Galicia who want to worship circumcision. He snarky tells them, you know, if you'd love circumcision so much cut your penis often be especially holy right. But then he also says, you know words of love seasoned with salt. And is he contradicting himself and one of the ways I've tried to reason through this and have it apply to the way. I do my job is I think you alluded to it. A few minutes ago, Paul as a parent. You know, I need my motivation is apparent whether when I'm correcting my son after a game. And I'm like, hey, your behavior in that game was not good, and I will not tolerate it is the same as I know you tried your best. It wasn't good enough. I'm proud of you. Anyway, the same motivation when I rebuke or when I lovingly support is is love I'm rebuking amount of love because I want to get his attention because that behavior just isn't going to be tolerated. And it's to his downfall. If he continues it, and I in my my motivation is love when I when I have is back, even if he failed at something by the world's standard. And I think rather than try and have this scorecard of how nice can be nicer than God. Can we be meaner than God? I think to have the motivation of God, which is love whether it is a harsh rebuke, like you're the your son of the devil, or whether it is words of love seasoned with salt. I think these are lessons of how Paul and his followers had to navigate that culture. Our great guide post for those of us living in this media and social media world today. I totally agree. And all you're right point out, especially like in first Corinthians where he is sarcastic alternatively, and then and then just totally intimate and and loving. But I think what you're saying. Correct. Try to find a balance be winsome about it. But but tell the truth in love and don't don't compromise truth is trying to be diplomatic about it. Don't try to turn people off and shaming him be Christian Skuld. But do tell them the truth that they need to know. And they need to understand. I think what you see in these letters of Paul somebody who's raw just he wears his emotions on his sleeve, and he's honest about it you see how intimate how how personally grieved he is. When these people that he in the churches, he planted fall away and follow. The Judy is follow the false teachers and he's pleading with them to come back. And he's also answering the people who the false teachers who accused him of building himself up and taking money skimming off the top in these in these aid packets for Jerusalem, which he was gonna take back to that. Of course, I didn't do that. But in his response, he sometimes as you say snarky sarcastic. But he doesn't in a way I think not to be a smart Aleck, but in a way to defend himself because he's not personally defending himself as he says, I'm not I'm only boasting in Christ. But it's important that he rehabilitated himself when they've not down because if he doesn't the whole gospel could fall because it lives and dies on his credibility. He has to stand up for his own thority which received directly from Christ. And he received the gospel. I believe super nationally directly from Christ. And so he he when he went when he wrote these letters he was issuing pure doctrine..

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"aleck" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

The Chad Prather Show

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"aleck" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

"It's a very real emotion and I e we. You need good strong masculine men who have a sense of confidence and security in their manhood who can put their arms around these boys and say, look, this is what you're going through in this, what you're doing and it's okay to have these feelings. We've all been good. I'm glad you did that. Here's the problem. Here's the issue and we're not going to talk about this, but here's the issue and I'll just say it and we've talked about this before the issue is most men never escaped their adolescence. That's why they do really dumb things as a dull tes. That's why they, that's why they're promiscuous. That's why you see all of the everything from sexual harassment to these guests in and pictures of their genitalia to people unwarranted, unwelcomed and uninvited, and this adolescent behavior. That's why we talked about in the introduction about people's searching for pornography and things like that. Well, we know men are the one who do. I mean, yes, women do that, but by and large, that is a male driven customer base, I think. So it's so, but that's adult behavior, right? It's adolescent behavior at some point in time. I don't. It's going to always be an epidemic because throughout history and always has been, but every culture throughout history, especially in other countries, not necessarily in America we, there's no ceremony. There's no, there's no circumstance where we pull our boys aside and say, okay, we're going to bring you into manhood and this is how men behave. And anyway. So we had a lot of that conversation yesterday and he can receive it. You know, that's the great thing about kid. Yeah, he's an interesting kid and he gives it right back. Yes. His element, a smart Aleck nece where he, he just comes right back and he just let you hold it as well. I don't know where he would have gotten that from. I mean, that's just really just from him. He's first generation smart as that's right. That's right. I don't think that's going home that went down somewhere in the blood line. There. I think he gets it from your mother, but everything on my mother because everything that is wrong in the society of our home stems from your mother Nandi. We're going to get my mother on the phone here and a little bit, but the kids are back in school and I don't know. I, it always depressed me like I never liked being in school. I was good at school. Did you enjoy it? I was good at school too, but I did not care for high school. I felt like high school for me was a waste of time. I wasn't enough lettuce anymore. After my dad died, I didn't care, and I started working at fifteen and I was ready to move on. And when I went on to college, I was like, okay, this, this makes more sense. We come. We learn, we leave and move on with life. I just thought high school was a waste. I don't know if the American model of education truly produces what in fact, I know it doesn't. It doesn't just doesn't produce and I don't have an example from anywhere else that I can hold up to it. You know, I know that a lot of Asian countries they do. I think their educational model maybe a little bit more superior in how they they don't take summer breaks and a lot of places. They go round the clock around the calendar. I mean, they, they don't. You know, they're, they're all about education, right. The issue that I have with education in America is we have no longer taught our young people how to think it don't know how to think critically. They don't know how to take a problem and solve it. They are operating from rote memory till they can regurgitate it on a test or in an essay, and then you can forget it because you've already passed the test and we don't need to. We don't need to apply and use that knowledge anymore. And that's not true every everywhere. I understand what you're saying. You disagree with me. I am because when you're at a town, the other night, we went to open house..

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Takeaways from the 2nd week of the NFL preseason

Ross Tucker Football Podcast

03:44 min | 3 years ago

Takeaways from the 2nd week of the NFL preseason

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Dave Mason and betting online

Ross Tucker Football Podcast

03:44 min | 3 years ago

Dave Mason and betting online

"I will go to the big show. Dave Mason. Always glad to be joined by the manager of the sportsbook at Beto online dot AG. You know, I tell you guys about them all the time, and Dave is joined us a number of times on the even money podcast, but never really here on the Ross Tucker football podcast. But as sports betting going more and more mainstream wanted to at least get Dave on here a couple times just to get kind of a feel for the lay of the land for this season, Dave. So I, you know, I know a lot of people in the raw soccer football podcasts aren't as familiar with sports betting, and maybe they're just kind of getting into it now. So I don't. I start Dave, which teams this year have been most bet so far as we sit here August twentieth the most money is come in one way or the other on there. Season Wintel numbers because it seems like that's the most popular preseason bet is just looking at teams seeing what the line is for how many games though winner lose, and then pick in the over the under. Right? That very popular way that you don't don't long with the Super Bowl and the conference and patients. But yes, season winds is always very popular. Season when it comes to bend, sees a wins. It's it's very similar to a game total. People like that. The the players like the bet the overs no difference here. I, there's some sharp action to Sharp's loudly season win totals should we had star sharp action on bills under six and a half? That's what it opened up. They're always down to five and a half Seattle under eight and a half that's down to eight wins. As far as public plays the patriots over. Of course, people are always been patriots over the Browns over that got bit people at betters are really strong on the Browns this year. I mean that there are biggest Super Bowl liability that our biggest liability for conference champion conference champions of the AFC, their base liability out any divisions when when the AFC nor so people are big on the Browns this year. Some other. Some other teams are exposed on the Texans over. That's that's a big exposure. The Rams early, we got bet on rans over a lot to how Rams are hot team that people are betting the saints over. So those are some of the biggest exposures for sees a win totals. Unusually Dave people are more likely to bet the over then the under. Right? Yeah, it's just like a game total. You know, just like a total for Monday night football game. Most people are been the over and that stat similar here. You know, people are bad people usually, but the overs or usually room for the unders in the games and unders for the season win totals as well. And that's no different here. What about so far through couple of weeks of the preseason? Have you seen any movement for any of these teams through the first two weeks? Maybe the teams with the rookie quarterbacks. Have you noticed any changes through the first couple of weeks? I know you said Seattle a little bit. Have you noticed any changes based on the first couple of weeks to the preseason. Season win totals not not a whole heck of a lot of. Texans moved a little bit that Browns moved a little bit of, but Brown's of moved over to that. They started four and a half. They're up to five and a half over Vina's one fifty. Texans move down a little bit, but spreads have moved a little bit, but not not so much this, not too much on the season win totals the action's really move with that a little bit worn. And like I said, and you know, most of the action is yet to come in to you know it. It's even those he's been have been for Bonn. So mean you know, with all the football better turn this week next week in a following week, we've yet the book about eighty percent of the action on these two sewage still a lot of boom at the com.

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"aleck" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"aleck" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"No, no. They were reverential you know, I was a smart Aleck as I mentioned, but I kept that out of my work. I thought ones art shouldn't be sullied by your wise cracks in your your attitude from all the research that I've done about your early. Dying and going to college and so forth. It seems that you really had to separate camps of work. You had this what you called crazy pictures that you kept out of your portfolio. They were for your friends is only and then you had the more serious. What you consider to be. Our Tissot work kind of work was that once I at a certain age, learn to capture a likeness. You know, it was hero worship basically. And then when that started to feel uncomfortable, it was sort of photo realism with with very soft pencils charcoal and stuff like that. And at the same time I was doing pending stuff. So I had a sort of a dual portfolio that I brought around to magazines in Toronto. After I finished school. Now you never took any art classes before you went to college that you got into the concordia university in Montreal, and then the on -tario college of art on the strength of what you referred to as your humorless portfolio. Right. And so those were just drawings that you made on your own. That weren't hockey players, Dorothy Hamill. What kinds of things will you doing that point? But we some Dorothy Hamill there was. I mean, there was rock star drawings, and. And so then when you got into school, you decided, okay, this is it. I'm, I'm going to be an artist. I want to do this for a living. I mean, I felt I was going to do this for a living in one. I thought maybe I'd be drying portrait's in hotels in ho or I'm, I'm not sure what I thought I would be doing. You wrote that you were intimidated when you first got to college just being around so many terrific artists. I wasn't used to that being around with, you know, surrounded by people who were damn good at this for one thing and maybe realizing that what I was doing was was crap, you know, which, you know I feel every day, but that's when I was first introduced to it when I was fourteen and dry hockey players. I thought I was just doing fantastic work. Given the bulk of your work for school assignments was as you put it authentically realistic with slave. Adherence to likeness and mood. What kind of response will you getting from your professors? Did you ever show them? You're more slapdash pending drawings? I did some. I remember one of the first pen and ink drawings. I did the slapdash style was of broadly Dangerfield that I haven't matched since it was just a, you know, a the colors were bright. I, you know, I wish I still drew like that and you still have that trying. I still have that drawing. It should be in the book. It's not. It should be the book yet, so I got a good response to that particular drawing. But after that I went back to the charcoal stuff. And at that point you just said that you were thinking you might make elucidations in a hotel or something like that, but what was did you have aspirated where you thinking?.

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Tom Cruise, Ethan Hunt and Jason Bourne discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

03:48 min | 3 years ago

Tom Cruise, Ethan Hunt and Jason Bourne discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

"Plutonium in Berlin we wouldn't be having this conversation and his team will be. Dead yes they would that's the job and that's, why I want one my. Own men on the. Seat to appraise the situation Agent Walker special activities his reputation precedes you use a scalpel. I, prefer ham. Blew out Brian, the movie guys here mission impossible fall out you know how much I love Tom Cruise You should love him more, I should, tell you, why this is. The sixth mission of. Six to one yes the last. Two have made my, top, ten lists at. The end of the year because you know Tom Cruise I think he has some duds in his filmography but he delivers I mean this is a guy who gets it he. Wants to give you your money's worth he's out there. Doing all the stunts broke bones do broke. His, ankle on a huge jump and then kept acting with a broken ankle. Wouldn't have healed for six months but then he was back at it six weeks. Later this is the? Best movie of? The. Summer oh and the summer's not even over is the, best movie of the series and, it is quite possibly the greatest. Modern day action film I. Have ever seen are you kidding it is that good wow this for and. It's. Not just a mindless popcorn popcorn you're it's a really well written well-designed two and a half hour You know what this movie made me forget about the Jason Bourne. Movies it made me? Forget about the? Law. Though they're really good this top stat wow there's more, to, Jason almost robotic and they're, great, movies but but Ethan hunt Tom Cruise the so much charisma and. The cash that he, surrounds himself, with Angela, Bassett Alec, Baldwin who we just heard Henry cable. Who cavalier who played superman and this is phenomenal he's the CIA agent. It's following Ethan hunt it's just. These movies are so well. Written there's double triple crosses there's there's there's heart there's. Humor but there's just. Nonstop practical effect action so it's not done with computers and he's learning how to play helicopters? He's racing motorcycles, through oncoming, traffic he's doing all this crazy maybe I'll give, them a break and go see. His you should do it, I, took my eleven year old and. He was a Unia somebody would you think of something and they. Say I'm speechless which immediately makes them. Net speech because he spoke I took my eleven year. Old he had no words knees eleven and they always. Have urged. Lot so. I'm giving this my first day. Plus of the year mission impossible followed is a must see movie I. Only hope that come the end of the. Year something like this gets a, little. Recognition come Oscar time we'll see all right we're just, about out of time Anything to say about teen titans. Go super Superfund smarmy smart Aleck animated movie with Robin. And his team titan team I had a blast with. It solid. Be my. Daughter's going to make me go That's fun all right have a great weekend did you Brian movie guy at six fifty one and we need to get to our propel insurance money update the US economy grew, at, its fastest pace in nearly four years. In the second quarter is consumers boosted spelling and farmers rush shipments of soybeans to China to beat retaliatory trade tariffs before they took effect in early July Chris domestic product increased in a four point one percent rates also as government spending picked up who's the, strongest performance, since the fall of, two thousand fourteen Samsung display a unit of Samsung Electronics says it's recently developed, unbreakable, bendable, screen has passed safety testing in. The US allowing. The, firm to begin marketing the product the South Korean firm. And apple supplier says the screen can be used in devices such as smartphones tablet computers portable. Gaming machines and car consoles. That's your money now Jennifer Kushinka KOMO, news trading is underway on Wall. Street the Dow is up about twenty twenty five thousand five fifty three and five. Hundred up two the NASDAQ is up, eight Kiara has a check on traffic next KOMO news time six fifty two if your you have the Samsung. Galaxy s. nine you were. Holding the fastest smartphone in.

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"aleck" Discussed on The Chalene Show

The Chalene Show

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"aleck" Discussed on The Chalene Show

"Com. I'm not kidding. We forget. It's so obvious that we forget if you type in literally any query how to start my own organic tomato farm. What steps are first. If you type in that query on Google, you're gonna get your answers. And then you just simply break each one of those tasks down into two or three things that you can get done. Every single day break your tasks down into smaller bite size pieces. And if you don't know where to start my friends, I didn't mean to be such a smart Aleck, but duck go to Google. We forget this all the time where I'm like, oh, man, I just don't. I wonder how you do that. And then I remember, oh yeah, I should just go to Google. So Google number five. Each of those important tasks need to have due dates. You need accountability and a due date is one very important step in creating accountability. Number six is no, that. By destinations for procrastination. What is it you find yourself doing when you're procrastinating? I what I do, I organize. My husband can always tell when I have a big project that I don't feel like starting because I will go to my closet in my clauses, very organized PS, but let's say I've got like all of my pink blouses in this area. I will somehow some way find it more important to make sure that the shades of pink, oh, from dark to light because that's like a more important task than doing this big ugly thing that I don't feel like doing. I know if I find myself like nesting organizing like lining up the paper clips and the junk door. That's when I can catch myself. I'm like, oh, I wonder what it is. I'm trying to avoid doing. What's your destination? Procrastination. I'd say for half the audience. I bet it social media. We tend to do that. We're like. Don't feel like doing that thing. So I guess I'll go and see what's going on on Instagram, what's up on Facebook or maybe it's online shopping, whatever it is just know that destination so that you become aware. Oh, I'm here. Why am I here? What am I avoiding? What am I procrastinate? Number seven, create accountability. Now I've already mentioned selecting due dates for yourself. That's one very critical component to accountability. The second one is to make sure you've made a promise or made it known to someone else the date by which you're going to complete this task and other way you can do this is by posting it to social media. I mean, you can join an accountability group. You can get a study buddy, a work partner, a success partner, whatever you wanna call it. Accountability is key because if no one else knows this is an important task, the only person will be disappointing is ourselves and that's no big deal. Because we'll give ourselves some grace, but we don't like to disappoint other people, and we certainly don't like to break a promise. So create accountability for yourself. Number eight is to establish incremental rewards too often in the past, I would say things to myself like, well, when I finish this whole whatever huge project, then I will allow myself to have a girls night out or by new outfit or whatever it is you want to reward yourself with. But what I have found to be far more effective is giving myself milestone rewards. So if I finish this chapter of the one through in book today, then I will give myself permission to go to the spa the next day, some type of milestone that doesn't mean I've got to get the whole project done because it's really hard to stay motivated for something. That's a really big project. It's kind of like weight loss. If you have one hundred pounds to lose and you're just focusing on one hundred pounds that feels impossible. If you're not going to reward.

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