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"arfan" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

08:11 min | 5 months ago

"arfan" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"Hello everybody and thank you for tuning in today. I'd like to talk a little bit about homeschooling and some of the crisis that we're facing in our school system throughout this country the schools are being closed down. I they're over reacting. There's a historian going on metairie closing down. That kids are at home and who knows how long this will be in. The college is closed down. I have a grandson to can't graduate because of a suspension of of classes and the graduation ceremony. So I think is very serious. Course take the position that I don't think the The Corona virus is nearly as serious as some of the complications but With me today is Damian Adams. Who of course you know? Because he's our co host but he's also some Hayes had some personal experience with home school and he's not worried of his school closing down. He has got kids and they're getting home school. And that's what we want to talk about. Of course I've been involved in home schooling for awhile and we want to visit with you shortly Daniel. Yeah you know what I'm seeing off to. Paul people are worried am seeing on facebook and other social media. Parents are feeling anxiety because the kids are home. They may have center kids off to school and not really thought about lesson. Plans and education. Funding kids are probably watching a lot of cartoons. Whatever THEY DO VIDEO Games appearance are getting tired of it? They do understand that. The kids need to start studying but they really don't know how to go about it. That's why we kind of had the idea that maybe there's something that we can do to help. Take some of the anxiety out of having your kids home. Yeah and In the program. It's nothing I really believe in because I want to do this long term because I've never been very happy with our government school system but really there's a lot of other people aren't very happy with the government system to because they would agree with us in many ways that this might be over. He'll as far as causing on everything. Because the argument of Haciendas The Corona Var is still still up for discussion that anyway the New People are frightened about what to do. And I I started the The program the homeschooling program up the home run off curriculum shortly after other congress and Tom Woods and accurate north or very instrumental in. Isn't they have a have a good program? So I'm very pleased with that and We have a significant number of people. They got the thinking. Under these circumstances there might be some other people I think will. Home scoring is is the way to at least consider unlearn about it. And that's what I wanted to visit with you on because there's so many disadvantages of what we're going through now. Of course the disadvantages. You had jerk this being home-schooled long time before you had to have the corona virus and you are. I think interested in more academically of what was happening and getting getting a good education for for your kids. So this is this is something. That's not going to get better fast. I thought you should have never occurred to this extent because the Koran of ours has not proven to be Anything compared to influenza. You know as far as the danger go. But you know this program Is Unique is lower. Little bit different. There's a lot of videos to watch. It's it's Something that students can operate on their own They don't need a whole lot of supervision from from the pair and it's been very popular you know for the people have used it and that's that's one of the good things to offer folks when they have their own they don't know what to do. Wrong Hawker Hurricane. Lem The thing that we we have used it to us at long the things. That's that's do the great things about it the first of all it's scalable. It's not all in or all out in on for our son. For example we use it as a supplement in his other education. He took some courses at the college. He did some courses with his mother. Any did some Ron Paul curriculum courses. So it's very scalable is very good thing but in the second thing is especially when the kids get a little older not even that much older. It's ninety eight percent self taught so the parents. My wife was busy teaching our younger two. She didn't have to worry about lesson plans. And all of this with with our son because it self taught in kids are so used to youtube videos. These days that it's very easy for them to get into an a tell you what. My son was very reluctant to start writing soon as he started studying with Gary North and Tom Woods to great masters really great educators. He was writing. He was off the off the rails riding constantly so it does help students a lot. And that's why we really want to visit the audience and tell them this might be something you want to look into and who knows you might want to do it permanently. That's right you know A few months ago yes it is now that I did a couple of aren't you? It was very excellent students. Not as very pleased will because I I don't deal with the students on a day-to-day basis. And I did a couple interviews. I will make them available so after we finish here. They clipped on the oral CDs interviews. There were one young man and while you're young lady and I'll tell you what they were really good you know. What are the concerns? I hand at what two about home schooling before I knew about it was one socially they'll never adjust and I found out as I was on the campaign trail it was the home. School kids were very well adjusted. I stand up and ask questions like adult and the other thing. That Arfan was very much into sports. I think oh you're willing. They'll never meet other kids. They won't do anything politically. Your kids actually get out and do athletic things and they INSA corporations. It's a different image. I ever had the first time I came cross home school. It was in the eighties. They were trying to close it down in still fear that too. And that's why the program that I wanted was one that was designed not for a religious narrow essays but a message of liberty. We're everybody could have a home schooling with a what. So they know and understand the freedom philosophy economic policy the Federal Reserve the foreign policy. And so it's it's very generalize in that sense but not narrow but that doesn't rule out and we don't think people should want to have have a home school that teaches much more narrow. Since that's the way the schools originally started you know in early history. They had a religious connotation to it and they were small groups and one room schoolhouses and it was quite a bit different so I I do hope that as we finish that People will click on especially watch some of these interviews and I think that the program that you mentioned that There's quite a few lessons that you can take. If you're interested to see what lessons lichner forty seven suggestion programs in there. Yeah you know you didn't really interesting things that there's nothing stopping you from forming. Skoko off using the Ron Paul Kurkim. After you know people that do that so you can join together with the kids and so we would just encourage people. Just Click on one Paul Curriculum Dot com have a look have a look at what's offered look at how much they have on sampled and try out and is Dr Paul Mention. There's a very special program. Rpc STUDY SKILLS DOT com. And we'll have listen the description to these and to the to the top the pulse but the RPC study skills. Dot Com will is is a series of forty seven lessons to help teach kids how to study in how to read in this completely free. So what what are you have to lose? Give it to try right right. Very good at Daniela's nice visiting with you because you had experienced that too. I have to tell you that There was a time when outswing it didn't exist when I was raising our kids and all but I'm a strong believer in it and something WanNa promote and something. That is very long lasting. I WANNA thank everybody the tune in today for this a special review of homeschooling and the conditions that we're facing today in our educational system. Please come back soon..

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"arfan" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"arfan" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"You know as a society is not making any saver is not is not improving anything so i think holistically as we continue to teach until these stories <hes> hopefully we can activate arfan basin and really gets a movement wow. It's amazing work that you're doing about <hes> when you look at the super bowl is one thing that comes with its <hes> when you're a champion and that is you are meant to get an invite to make the president of the united states at the white house. Now the eagles have yet to receive the official invitation but you you have said that you you would not go to the white house to meet the president's so so the reason i said and for me. I've won the super bowl before so i i kind of know what that is like. <hes> it's a celebratory event. You know you go. We're we're in a big role. In the president comes in you shake his hand. We take a few pictures. They leave rights all right. I'm not interested in a photo personally but what i've always been open to what we've been doing. We've taken multiple chips to the hill <hes> to speak be you know to people who want help with criminal justice reform and all the different things that we've been fighting for that. I'm interested in so if the president said come to the white house malcolm jenkins and then we can have a discussion on criminal justice reform such. Would you go if it was serious in nature than yeah you even have a piece of paper and a malcolm jenkins. I hear you thanks.

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"arfan" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

14:29 min | 1 year ago

"arfan" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"Join us as we had the last couple of weeks. We've been a little bit spoiled <hes> but moving into our a real world recap not easy say Chris Nascar right up the street New Hampshire. Tell us about it. Oh Yeah Greg. I mean you know it's as somebody who's lived in New England all my life. It's a bummer to not have to cup races New Hampshire anymore but that just means they're saving all the action for the one that we get in July right and it was scorcher out there. You know some of the temperatures I I saw Matt to Benedetto lost about ten pounds a waterway during the race but <hes> Kevin Harvick finally taken in a checkered flag for Stewart Haas racing. I know a lot has been made in recent weeks of I think their longest winless streak to start a season ever but we knew that Kevin Harvick had it in him I mean he was well clear on points of the playoff cutoff before getting this victory career but you know finally taken that checkered flag and you know getting the lobster in Victory Lane and his kid kiss it. Yes yeah that was that might have been the moment of the weekend right there. Some also some interesting drama watching Ricky Eastern House junior and Eric Jones get into it and <hes> stenhouse saying that you know once we once we get closer to this playoff cutoff that he owes Eric Jones one. I think that's going to be interesting to see I know Eric wants to SORTA. Talk it out with Ricky but you know what I what I love. What I've seen over the past few years and racing is win win a guy is that Matt? He's not GonNa Talk. He's just GonNa pay you back. Just GonNa pay and there's a couple of opportunities on the schedule for a little short-track beaten and banging where you can kind of hide behind it speaking of beaten and Bang in pain things up a little bit Alex Bowman. I car second car and then third car third car. Definitely that's an expensive weekend. That is inexpensive weekend. Did you guys see the Nascar Chasm tweet from well. We're recording according on Wednesday so earlier today where it's got the extra long Hendrick motorsports Holler thirty four wheeler now you know that's that's even kind of a throwback to because they <hes> they took one Jimmy Johnson's cars ars. They took Jimmy's backup car. They had the new stickers on it but they didn't have time to repaint the car the Exalted Blue so they got that special midnight Black Exalted Edition Eight car. I'm hoping they make a die cast of that because that all by I love stuff like that you know Dale Dale earnhardt driving that lowes foods car like thirty years ago I think it was Jimmy Spencer backup or something Richard Petty doing the six hundred one year in a number six car that he borrowed from decay alridge stuff like that is cool it kind of reminded me of Formula Formula One from years ago when when they have the standing start they there'd be a pile up in turn one in the drivers would get out of their cars and sprint back. You know to get the backup car because they'd restart the race and stuff and if both team drivers crashed it was a WHO's going to get the backup so team orders again informed the white going back to Alex this. We're making a little fun. Here is not completely his fault that the first one went up in flames. No definitely wasn't I mean that's just kind of a freak. Deal and Alex was far from the only guy who had to go to a backup car over the weekend and he was far from the only guy who had some troubles. I know that Kyle Larson had to go to a backup Austin. Dillon just had such a tough race as well. Just the problems started early and they came often. You Know New Hampshire's tough track. It's very very different from a lot of the other tracks on the schedule but what we saw is especially with this package. It put on some really good racing and again that that's why it kind of bums me out that we don't have a second race because I think it would be really exciting to see how they would drive with this package in September learning what they've learned in July you know the playoff drama that comes into play that late everything like I missed the second race to because one it's September always better weather. It's so hot so hot and steamy we also had indycar he car at Iowa. I was there and that was a heck of a an event super good racing. It was also super long. We didn't get out of there to almost two A._M.. Because of the rain delay we actually went back to the hotel grabbed a pizza hung out and watch the race at Lime Rock and and then came back but man team penske they are qualified one two three and then once Joseph New Garden got around willpower. He threw up the DEUCES and said see ya there was nobody in the field that could touch him but the race was good but but you came back with a big smile smile on your face because you've got to do something special while you're out there I did. I got to ride in the two seater. This has been a longtime coming <hes> shoutout Arnie over indycar he really got me set up and showed us a really good time got us down pit road and got to meet a fan boy to broke the racing rule. I met James Hinchcliffe and sent Leslie a Selfie with him. The shot up James. If you hear this really appreciate that got me a lot of brownie points at home but super cool experience I'd never been down on pit road for any race let alone indycar race and this summer has been shaping a pretty good N._h._R._A.. A couple of weeks ago and INDYCAR and I'm curious to see what's going to happen next so the new jobs working out okay for you know. I'm not complaining not complaining so you even got to CIARA. I got to see Arca in that was that was actually pretty cool to learn something thing about <hes> rubbing in the track and apparently indycars Arche cars <hes> the differences entire compounds it makes it really slippery and then of course when the thunderstorm rolled in and track temperatures dropped sixty degrees that changed everything and seeing how the teams scrambled. To make changes in which teams could adapt that was pretty cool but a super cool weekend. I kept my accelerometer on my phone. On during the two seater pulled three point two Geez I was pretty wild but anyway moving on speaking to Lime Rock Kevin your expert spirt kind of a home race you guys weren't competing but a heck of a race and a great finish my my team wasn't there this this <hes> race's limited to the G._T.. Classes so G._D. and G._T._l.. M <hes> which makes for great racing. It's really you know it's the Bull Bowl Ring of the road courses so it it's fun for those that don't put too many cars on track you know what is it a mile and a half or so <hes> but it's really a fun race Porsche dominated for I don't know seventy five eighty percent of the race and then Ford one so good for Ford but but <hes> yeah some Porsche Fan boy but but it's interesting because leading up to it if you read any of the social media comments that everybody's complaining about B._O._p.. which that never happens in I racing right but B._O._p.'s AH obviously a very difficult thing and people are saying well? You know it's not fair because Porsche one five in a row but again it comes back to it's not always about the top speed or the fastest lap it's racing. It was <hes> two and a half hour as something like that and lots of things happen pitstops tires all that stuff Ford was first one across. They got the checkered flag good for them. What was really cool? There was multiple strategies. I first full race. I've watched all season and see how all these different pit strategies played out and then there was first through fourth came out toward the end of the race just back to back to back <hes>. It's funny how all that stuff comes together so really good show <hes> also really cool cars to and and not to forget the important part but <hes> Dave comer got to start the race with the green flag which was pretty exciting. We put out a video of a couple of days ago and <hes> you know I think we need to upgrade our flag. GHYKA's Day was he was spot on with with his flag-waving. He did not disappoint. There's been some rumors around the office of motion capturing that video and making Dave have cameras the official new flag. I advisory starts every race for engineering. If you're listening you're welcome moving into the week ahead. We have an incredibly cool story brewing. It's been coming together pretty quick then something culmination of fifteen eighteen years of work here in I._R._A.'s and Kevin. You've been part of it for a really long time. Why don't you tell us about it sure and well? It's it's a really exciting N._B._C.. Sports Network will be broadcasting Thursday five P._M.. I don't know what channel that is around you. I think on direct T._v.. It's two twenty yeah but I don't know what you have cable and unfortunately it's probably only available in the U._S.. But it it's the first broadcast of a East board race and on live on network so it's really cool. This is a collaboration in between I racing NASCAR and N._B._C. Sports all of us want this to happen. This isn't just something that you know. We wrote a check to make happen. This is something that's important to everybody. <hes> everybody's stepping up their game on east sports. You know obviously that's what we do but N._B._C.. Sees the value in it. NASCAR sees the value in it. It's going to be pretty interesting race. A lot of the peak drivers will be in it. It's not a peaks points race. We didn't want to interfere with the series championship and try something new to shorter format. <hes> we'll be at Iowa. We also have Parker clim going to be driving the N._B._C. car. I believe that's he's driving. The number. One is that right. I think we said number one because <hes> they typically do the year of the broadcast but we have a number nineteen Casey Tucker in the peak series who is scheduled to didn't want to give up a number but can wheel perk is a good driver. It'll be interesting to see how he stacks up against the peak guys but but he's a good driver and one was open. I mean you gotta you gotTa. Give your network partner who is doing so much to put this first ever ever live national network sport race. You've got you gotta give them that. You know throw them that bone. They're just just reemphasize. I think this is a really cool point. That Kevin alluded to earlier. This isn't pay to play. This is a partnership that we've developed with NASCAR. It's been a lot of people putting a lot aww blood sweat and tears into this over the last few years and it's this collaboration has been a long time coming super excited to see this. It's going to be not not just a one off either. I think we're going to have a few races last Thursday last Thursday for the next <hes> last Thursday of the month for the next four months so lots coming up make sure if if your home watch it if you're not set your d._v._r.. Or Your Youtube T._v.. Whatever you're not H._S._A.? Beta made I've ever you got them. Just keep in mind the more people that watch this the more likely clue we can do more things like this <hes> because NASCAR and N._B._C.. We'll see that hey people love this so watch it. Even if you're not on ask Arfan Watch it we also have the Porsche eastport supercup at the nurburgring and they have had a couple couple of bunch a really good races a lot of different winners this year and just a lot of fun to watch. This'll be a great race. It's it's on the not the north life thank you <hes>. That'd be a pretty interesting so so it's on the G._p.. Course.

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"arfan" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

MeatEater Podcast

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"arfan" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

"There's this big sort of theoretical debate about them, whereas clashing worldviews, but the debate will get hung up on details along the way, you know, like like with like in Yellowstone, there's kind of like we're sort of in this this debate about like, what is this animal was relationship to it. Is it wildlife isn't livestock, but then the bake it's hung up on like a snag like Bruce alot says, right and Bruce alot disease the disease spread issue. It winds up being that you can avoid the big conversation about where we headed as a people. What does that relationship with wildlife and native flora and fauna and you'd go like, well, yeah. But you know, let's let's hang it up. I'm Bruce alone for a minute. Yeah. And I think that will always there will always be a thing of the day where the debate centers around that. You know? There's probably not even issue because you guys probably have quarantined disease-free, we do and the early two thousands. That was a really big one of the Bruce low sus. But then we sat down with a lotta Rancho groups sometimes it's fifty at a time and circle of chairs second creek, call and Phillips county and us, and they say tell us what you're doing. And they asked really good questions. Pammy said here's how we do. It. We at the source when cave national park that at time. How national we we do all twenty diseases reportable disease about for livestock. Not just Bruce Los make sure they don't have it as they load up. They get TB tuberculosis checked on both sides of the border. It's just a law. So they had to be quarantined here. But it's for TB when they get here. They sit for a couple of months, then they go out onto landscape. We also do testing random testing knock him down with tranquilizer darts. Take care and blood sample send that in. So we get a report every year. How the hurt health is doing odd. People don't test that much. So and those tests are available to anybody who wants them ranchers one a hard copy just come over. We'll give you a hard copy. We'll show you exactly what cut back so completely open book and transparent on that. So the Reuss lows is actually pops up a little bit here and there, but since really after two thousand ten two thousand eleven it's really tapered. Off too that's gone for the most part a little bit here and there, but mostly it's gone. And now the the idea of wildlife on what they will do to us and damaging property, and yet doesn't say then it becomes you. Get my point. Yeah. There will always be another thing. So then it's like, well the integrity offenses. Yeah. That's really what's at issue for museum tiger defenses in now. We'll talk about that for a long time crash Arfan by some crash ventures, and we'll say fish, while haven't parks one of the best things they've done. I the law. Good things. They do a good organization. They helped us design the most wildlife friendly fence, we could possibly imagine why people friendly fan, so it's forty four inches at the top. So Elkin sail over we've got a lot of cameras that show elks L and over prominent underneath eighteen inches off the deck off the bottom of the program can hit it at some pretty good speed. They don't have to go back and forth and back and forth. And then there's one hot wire..

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"arfan" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

11:34 min | 1 year ago

"arfan" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"CEO's challenged your thinking about life and business. Back. This is Tom Lauria today. We are with August Taraq successful entrepreneur and the author of the best secrets. Business secrets of the Trappist monks. You're talking about the impact of brother, John, I knew and he's the subject of another book of yours. This began a transformation, and I think there was another step in that transformation. Because you as I recall wrote, an article about brother, John. Tell us about that. And what happened as a result of what you wrote? Well, I think there's two steps in the process and the first from the process, which I'll go over very quickly. But of course, would be a subject of maybe a whole book that I may write again someday this two year period that was kicked off by my skydiving, actually and back you call my dark night of the soul in nineteen ninety eight. I with the help of the monks. I actually had a spiritual experience that brought everything back for the book Joe can times over so although I've been battle crushing over all my life is basically since being an adolescent, I can honestly say I've never had days depression since nineteen ninety eight. So I went on from there and sold my businesses. Two thousand two and is rarely company. And then the two companies were then slipped. BMC software down in Texas for a hundred and fifty million in cash to study theology for awhile Saint John's university of Minnesota. And when I got back again from my college students intervened, and they suggested that I enter a essay contest. I looked it up online with John pepper can foundations power purpose essay, KOMO cash in thirty five hundred words or less. I had to answer the question. What is the purpose of life? Egli on. I'd never written anything before like this or for publication assigning to take a wack only had about a week or ten days to write it. Even though the context been going on for almost two years, and it was open to previously published material professional writers. So I was a bit overwhelmed by that. But so I started doing it. I wasn't getting anywhere in another one of my students said why don't you just write that story about brother, John, if you love the caliph so much that could good idea? So I wrote it in today's edited for two days and managed to just get it off at the deadline. Six months later. I get a telephone call telling me that I'd gone up against ten thousand essays from forty seven countries, and I wonder one hundred thousand dollar grand prize, so brother, John radically transformed my life because the next thing. I know it's reprinted the best of Christian writings the best Catholic writings I wrote. And what I thought was a white paper, which Forbes magazine turned into an article. Called business secrets of the Trappist monks that article went viral that meant you a limitation to become a contributor on leadership. Forbes which in turn then I got a telephone call from Columbia business school publishing. They said we'd like to turn business secrets of the Trappist monks into a book, which I did. And then I was being interviewed by the BBC about business secrets of the Trappist monks. And they laid like the interview. So they said would you like to be a contributor for us? You come on the radio once you parts of modern, and I've been doing that for five years now all along this essay brother, John was the whiz fallen into obscurity, of course. But I'd get two or three or four or five letters every year for people who told me this essay brother, John had into a bad divorce or death like a child and then finally about a palm about a year ago. August, I got a guidroz six hours up here. Could tell me thank you for writing, buddy. John because we've got cancer or terrible divorce. When he laughed I said myself, I said, I've got to you gotta get this candle out from under a bushel basket, helping a few people maybe can help a lot of people. So I thought to myself and with my help of the woman who run I do everything by the way to a nonprofit corporation. I don't take any money for my books from my consulting room. And I said to her, you know, what about that idea of making it in twenty illustrated books, it's only thirty five hundred words long. So it's not long enough to be a book. But what if I look straight, then the Lord sent me a wonderful multiple award winning artist screen story about how we bet I've never met him personally, Tom day. And he said I'm going to be twenty two. Who color oil paintings of Meccan, happy in the monks? And I it was straight the book with those. And so we combine my award-winning essay with one winning Arfan rela launched it in October. Frankly, it's off the shelves. This is John among a pilgrim and the purpose of life. This is Tom Lauria listening to the mentors radio show. Our guest today is August arrack a successful entrepreneur shares with us how we found meaning authenticity in life quickly. What is it? What is the essence of brother John in the book that inspires so many people? Well, I think that first of all the story has a very very uplifting ending to it. So it starts I think a lotta people can identify with my despair in my confusion, and my longing that begins the essay by the end, there's a very uplifting ending to it. I think that's one of the things. But I think the other thing is is that everyone I say I go in detail in business secrets the were all longing for a transformation. We're all longing for to to be transformed in the Christian tradition. That would be converted. But I say there's three kinds of transformation a thirsty, man drinks and transforms if condition when it hits the lottery transform these circumstances. But when mister Scrooge wakes up on Christmas morning and utterly new man. Experienced a transformation of. And I think that what we're all longing. For is this very transformation of being this is what brother John is all about what the brother John piece and effortless Laos is actually are what were really long for. And it's available to us off. And we can't be transformed. And I think that's what people are really really the lady to we don't really want to be selfish, selfishness, you know, just wrote something for Facebook. I said if you think about it Trump consciousness, we won't be become so selfishly absorbed with ourselves. So we can't speak or we can't get out of our own way board of depression. What makes them so painful, it's all you can think of yourself. When a man is suffering from all we says the world is too much with me what he's really saying. I am too much with myself. So we really don't want selfishness. We wanna be able to give ourselves away. We might love you wanna be able to give you could become love and the governor John represents, you know, kind of a Christ figure, and it's acceptable. And I guess what the brother John is saying is a successful to us. It's not something supernatural or super. Acceptable ordinary person. It isn't just monks. And I think that's really looks resonate with mentioned also in your book that the Marine Corps a and others. Help us make these kinds of transformations. Exactly. That's I call them transformational organizations, and I said most of the time they're not even conscious of what what they're really doing. But what we all, you know, by the way, like the country. Now is we're going to a crisis of meeting and purpose when we look at the opioid crisis. Or we are are like they just said the life expectancy is dropping in America because depression, suicide and the opioid crisis meets are all crisis of meaningless and purposeless nuts. On the contrary when have purpose, you know, the people become passionate they get on fire. One. How much time told me I asked him on his job description was and he said, well, if you follow me around, you think I do a lot of things you said, I only have one job, I produce passion. When you get peace where passionate about what they're doing said. My job to come. Just get him out of the way, making sure they take enough AK Shen into what I point out is organizations like the marines and a and the monastery have incredibly passionate people involved with them. And why is that because each of these organizations offer people a not just a vision or a mission of transformation? But they also offer them a step by step plan for bringing a buck. So obviously how the marines have their boot camp. And and the a twelve step program in the monastery has what they call their new issue their formation will cross this. And this is what I get out a lot all the time. I said, well, we're so the trod on on left brain education, giving people skills, but really what makes leaders. The most successful leaders are the ones that have the great. Character traits. These are things that you don't learn. These are things you must become you must be transformed. One of my mentors was Lewis are Mobley. He's proud of the ideal executive school back in the way back in nineteen fifty six and ran until nineteen sixty six anybody old enough to remember knows that the greatest it in the world where you have executives of the sixties and seventies. And he used to say the same thing to me. He said the paternity little manager into an executive or the term a scholar into a leader is not a incremental step up money. If a revolution in consciousness. Again, go back when you call it conversion where we can call it a transformation of being we can call it a revolution in consciousness. Utter transformation. 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"arfan" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

06:41 min | 2 years ago

"arfan" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"A turnover. Jones. Top of the circle down low shot goodbye, CJ Williams. The door and Jones founded. Led by twelve Minnesota has cut it to eight at thirty seven twenty nine over two minutes. In the second quarter and errors. A little. Ball fans. How about that? Brewers six Colorado nothing much more importantly brewers three games, Colorado. Zip zilch. None nada. Nothing brewers. Sweep through the Rockies. They have taken the National League division series. And they are onto the NFL CS. The brewers the first team to advance to a championship series in this year's major league. Baseball postseason. Welcome into brewers extra innings here on WTMJ. My name's map. Polly. I'll be honest with you. I don't know how long I'm going to be with you. We're going to be here for a while as we talk. All things brewers baseball a city state a region in celebration as the brewers advanced to the National League championship series. Now stick with me here for a second. Listen to autumn about to say because things are a little bit different tonight. Then they are on most nights. If you've got the accurate mortgage, talk and text line already programmed into your phone. You're going to have to do things. A little bit differently. If you do want to call into the program tonight. Now, if you wanna text in your still text into the same accurate mortgage, talk and text line number that is four one four seven nine nine one six twenty again, you can text four one four seven nine nine one six twenty. However, if you wanna call in tonight, we have a special number for this evening four one four seven nine nine nine four nine four again if you wanna call in and talk brewers baseball the phone number is four one four seven nine nine nine four nine four. And that's how you get in contact with us. We're gonna have a lot of folks tonight. Ask for your patience as we get everybody in and we're going to have a lot of fun as we sit here and talk brewers baseball. Here's what we've got coming up over the course of the program. Greg Matic, he is at course field. He is going to be joining us throughout the course of the evening. Both talk all things brewers. We're also going to have a conversation. Nations. We are scheduled to be joined by Wade Miley. Josh ater, Jeremy Jeffress kion Braxton. Brandon Woodruff Travis Shaw. Bob, euchre Joakim Soria. We've got a lot of people, and you know, what right now we're going to head to the chorus field. Visiting clubhouse right now. Greg Matic being joined by the architect of the Milwaukee Brewers, David Stearns. Radiator with? Soured. Marshon yourself. Incredible job every single guy. Challenge. Hip during your staff had already. Remarkable. That's. Remarkable. Up today. Pretty remarkable. It's great to see. Staff. Everybody. Eurocrat threat. If all year. Five. Steve. At celebrated. Long. Not a walkie. Jay walker. Game theory. What goes on in here? Yeah. We're talking about over the next week change a conflict. Standpoint. We'll sit down. We'll talk about. I want to match up. We'll see. On out. Horrigan happened Miller park. Celebrate with a lot of rumors fancier today. Absolutely Arfan travel insists that we now they've got a great job. We're here. Yeah. Thank you for your time. Graduates. World with now. Beijing will never forget. You don't want to get wet. David. I think you Greg. Appreciate it. And we'll be checking back in with Greg throughout the course of for a while as there's a lot of celebration going on right now at Coors field third celebration. Like they said in about ten days first year celebration at Busch stadium, then you went to Wrigley field. Now, you're at chorus field and the brewers are headed to the National League championship series where they will take on either the Atlanta Braves or the Los Angeles Dodgers, it appears that in all likelihood it will be the dodgers that they will face. But that is anything, but a done deal the dodgers lead that series to nothing. They are playing game three as we speak right now in Atlanta. And there is no score in the bottom of the second any four one four seven nine nine nine four nine four four one four seven nine nine nine four nine four is the number to call to get in to talk about.

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"arfan" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"arfan" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"I think it's great. Is in the pudding. We want to see what happens. Nothing. The only really example we have of of zuckerberg's philanthropy is the hundred million dollars gave a Newark for education, which well, you can't dump that much money on a system that's already really poorly run and just that we'll now told better rights, New Jersey, particularly wrong. Easy. My wife is a Jewish ago. Bruce springsteen. It's my my, my, my mom, it's is a lot of teachers in my family teachers, my family, New Jersey. So there are a lot of 'em, but there are a lot of endemic issues in education all over the United States. Yes, he's learning. What is interesting is Bill Gates always had said, I am not going to give away any money until I can do it right. It's very easy to throw money wrong at a problem and just not only waste your money sometimes make the problem worse. It's very hard. I think to do effective charity gaming cakes spent years trying to get his head around the disease issue before they saw going off to Podesta a now. But for a couple of countries, hopefully polio is going to be a writer case, which is some of our organizations work with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in overseas, and one of the things that we are because we we work with other organizations because they want to copy what we're doing. And when they talk about the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, they always say, and they make it so hard. I, it's like, okay, I understand what you're coming from. Yeah, but it's not that it's hard. It's they're demanding. Accountability. Yeah, I should also point out that while it is great, the billionaires giveaway their fortune that the amount of money that private charities contribute is a tiny fraction at all, even include the Catholic church as a tiny fraction of what governments contribute to this. Yeah, and and so it doesn't replace, you know, replace this societal safety net Gilman confront long-term research in a way that companies and private individuals, genuine, you really don't usually do well, certainly not if they're held the quarterly stock, no. Curious, what you think is Facebook, which has an a. lab which I didn't know. And maybe this is the Facebook. Facebook has three on like three different continents. Any fairly large percentage of of the talent pool available for AI research. Dig it. I hope that they mean to do good with it, but some has the more time you spend on Facebook, like a meth addict instead of the world would better. We'll be here. Mark will have more money to give away to his not foundation. So NYU nor New York University has provided Facebook with an anonymous, and this is already a little bit of a problem because Nana data sets Arfan aren't an anonymous data set of ten thousand MRI's this medical residents magnetic resonance.

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"arfan" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"arfan" Discussed on KOMO

"Twenty four seven news center shooting in Burien leaves a fourteen year old boy. In critical condition at his friend a sixteen year old boy the suspected. Shooter police say the shooting with Chapman in the twelve thousand six hundred block of twelfth, avenue south may have been an accident police are questioning several. People who were in the home when it happened the smoky haze blanketing most of Washington state leads to an unhealthy air alert. But as komo's Ryan Harris tells. Us just start to go away soon the stuff hanging in the air is essentially a cocktail of wildfire smoke, from British Columbia pushed closer to the ground by high pressure and eastern Washington thanks to wind. Aimed at us that has much of western Washington's air monitors showing air that's unhealthy or unhealthy for sensitive groups the Puget Sound clean air agencies Eric saga niche says the. Smoke's not only, full of dangerous, chemicals but small solid particles Get deep into your lungs. Particles caused the, heart attacks and health impacts but there's also carcinogens. Like Zine and smoke of any, kind whether, it's from a. From a cigarette or from a wildfire they're awfully the, same so the recommendation to stay indoors as much as you can use recirculated on your air conditioners and hang tight because the, air around the sound should be clearer by morning Ryan Harris KOMO news central Washington University is fired state. Representative madman Weller after an investigation. Into allegations of inappropriate behavior men Weller says one from sixteen years ago, is one example of claims he says are blown out of proportion Arfan comments. You're young you're going to know radio booby you better get a chaperone. You know and then they're like oh well this is clearly Representative Manuel trying to invite, himself to the movie with young girls how do you defend. Yourself from that type of crap the Ellensburg Republican says he plans to file a lawsuit he also sent komo's statements from three. Women who say the investigator tried. To put words in their mouths the university says stands by the investigator and her conclusions Can't teachers have voted to strike komo's Jeff Pohjola. Has the labor union and the district have been in talks, over the last several months the teachers wanting a double digit, pay raise after the. State significantly increased funding under the mccleary decision Chris hill is part of the bargaining team we are an ocean apart in terms of what kind of a raise the district. Is. Willing to give, out today teachers voted to walk out if no deal is reached by the twenty ninth hill. Says the district originally offered at three point one percent race but hasn't. Gotten much, above that she says they. Expect to, get raises, comparable to neighboring districts some of, which have seen pay hikes, of nearly, twenty percent however the, Kent, school, district has long been struggling with budget problems and was forced to lay off more. Than one hundred twenty people last spring we've reached out. To the district for comment but have not heard back. Jeff Pohjola KOMO news Tukwila say the district needs to offer better salaries there too according to Debbie eldest. With the Tukwila, teacher's union neighboring districts have negotiated increases Between ten and, twenty one. Percent but they're only being offered three point one percent about us trying to be greedy and get more money we really wanna meet remain competitive we have a lot of cash to. The people in our district to really.

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"arfan" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"arfan" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"We gotta give Ryan. So tell me about the origins of rock steady row first off. When did you guys decide this is the time we're going to make a feature or did the story come first? And you said this has to be a feature elements of both. I mean, mean Bomani only had a relationship. I mean, Bomani self is right director, but I always nibbled to work with them as a writer. I mean, we've always had a very similar track mind when it comes to stories. So you know, we've already had the report of being able to work together on a couple of shorts neck passively, but actually I told them this is probably around in college, maybe middle end of college for me, I came to the money. I'll just like yo, like I really wanna do a spaghetti western called setting, and I told him it was kind of like the order saying, like, you know, this is what I would do, and I told him just general. Type of thing doing hugest like, okay, I can do you one better and he came back with this. Like, you know, he's like I have a lot of hills from college at needed these killer way, and a lot of them dealt with, like, you know, his, his biking store called Kansas and the things that he personally when this first hand and from there, we sat down and kind of just like brought set the table that we appreciate it happened to be that I was huge surgery owned fan and I actually showed him visible dollars us huge curse Arfan. And he showed me JIMBO and that's where we're kind of like, yeah. Gotta infuse. Infuse like are on live of these Trevor had, you know, he was always just like you've been saying it from like, I don't know how one. I want to do this forgetting question. You know, I want to do together western like in like some kind of school setting or whatever. And so he, yeah, he brought that's in the and then like, and then I like immediately reminded me of just like, 'cause I, my first day at college. I bought like a trick out dyke and then and it got stolen, and I was super pissed off about it and inspired me to write this tale about school being in on it, and everyone's trying to buck me over out on my bike and like I remember that. And that's when I was like, you know, like like I got my bike solo college, you know. And then like we're just like we put the bolt together, like you said, and then we've over putting shit on the table to make this tale. We both loved over mashups and you know, we both have this huge low in the city for you know, the owns giddy westerns and you know, Crusoes similar combs. And I think that it was very for for. For us to want to translate into something modern it. How did it be that like, you know, we always wanted to tackle like either a high school or college them, we've thought that, like, you know, boulder really right through telling one of our favorite movies, you know together we used to watch a lot was, was brick and not only is it a fantastic example, but first feature film in using resources wisely. But it's just the end good move movie in damn good General Mattis. But then we took a lot of inspiration from that too. And again, we didn't want to, you know, when it came to all these moves, we didn't want to ride on those coattails, but we wanna do our own thing like we were very inspired to do that. And whereas I think there was a little more of a realistic approach with with brick. We wanted to jump on the other side that territory we want to really paint a different canvas for college that you've ever seen the, you know? 'cause for me when I looked at college and you know, it was just like it's always in the national lampoon movies. You know, like I can't think of a college movie without like a pair of breath..

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"arfan" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"arfan" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"As jackie monroe photographer filmmaker miriam salazar from law familia medical center and the coal romero who is recovering heroin addict you you you young lady what you doing okay right doing much better she's healthy any any negative you know outcome from being an addict when you had the baby no she came out really healthy being on the soviet tax program it's they're made specifically for the pregnant women so the babies don't have a hard time when they come out and my baby was really healthy and she had no problems the tech so this is the brand name of the medication called buprenorphine buprenorphine is the generic the medication we use as a treatment for opioid dependence there are other treatments for opioid dependence like methadone that were no well so buprenorphine is this one stupid texas also known by suboxone it's the ukraine arfan fan so this is what we used to laugh amelia for three men verdict drug ed's as far as i know and so the beauty of this is this will help a patient or to go through withdrawal during the pregnancy because a complication so withdraw exist during pregnancy which includes losing the pregnancy having placenta rupture n in some others so this will help them to stay away from the opioid they were misusing before and they will take away the cravings because opioid dependence comes with craving sociable wants to use and this is what the medication part does but also the beauty of the program is that we offer prenatal care at the same time and that's why we're able to reach our goal which is kerry up to term and have a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby so far we deliver about one hundred babies in our program so she came in to call.

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"arfan" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

Inappropriate Earl

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"arfan" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

"Oh it's in new york thing then i found out there was wanted pits whereas what you're pass that the celera i think you the first two guests have ever had ciller a i been work the cell for twenty years twenty years and add for those a my arfan awad sure your fears over that is basically like the the east coast a comedy store i mean has to a degree harry similar very similar to let me ask you this um quick chat out to the stand in new york they gave me negative up to my until patrick again gave me my first ever new york city spot club and while him he had to fly there so you go to woody what do you do when you drop out of junior college uh i became a fitness trainer where thanks to the two i could see it i didn't know iit's good equinox to grade new york story i it was family fitness center on pico and roxbury and my first day uh dean martin's daughter dina martin was my boss awful name but it was just so weird like the six degrees of separation schick well stanley's sure instructor hill teach you everything downstairs so our downstairs and there's about a sixfoot two two hundred fifty pound black dude asleep on the life cycle and i wake a mob and a huge dong and it was stanley wilson the cincinnati bengals football player who i think the night before the super bowl did a bunch of blow so they suspended him and he can play in the game and so this is how far he fell he was a instructor family fitness in beverly hills how long you work at family fitness probably three years and then i went to the sports connection which if you've ever seen that movie perfect with john travolta jamie lee curtis that's a i went to worth the front desk there and it was wild there.

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"arfan" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"arfan" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The day elsewhere next hour ten thranked kansas visiting baylor number 21 north carolina off of their win over duke on thursday night takes the trip to nc state 25th ranked miami takes on boston college and number five xavier meets creighton the marquee match up later in the day number four michigan state welcoming in number three per ju matt painter and the boilermakers coming off a tough one point loss to ohio state on wednesday no one we lost two games the november of a we responded well and we you know we played well after that we had a stretch of arizona louisville northwestern in maryland and thought our guys were spotted employed wellversed quality competition michigan state has won seven in a row entering today they tip off at four eastern number two virginia number seven texas tech also in action later tonight to the pros the rockets are adding more firepower to their bench reports say veteran guard joe johnson will sign in houston after being bought out by the king's johnson went from utah to sacramento at the trade deadline this week isaiah thomas also changing places at the deadline the struggling guard was dealt from cleveland to the lakers and he'll make his los angeles debut later tonight though reports say he will come off the bench the lakers visit the mavericks elsewhere in the nba tonight warriors and spurs meat in prime time in oakland the pelicans visit the nets magic welcome in the bucks the sixers en clippers meat in philly balls entertain the wizards and the son's host the nuggets i'm kevin dexter you know it's winter when i watch like fifty college basketball games every week and never leave my house parana and stand the emmy's cbs sports radio the philadelphia eagles have dean thrown the patriots as super bowl champions arfan waiting a long time for this you can tell them underdogs anymore and you heard it here on extra sports 1300.

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"arfan" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"arfan" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Meal product at the allstar level it it was covered in the london times in the front page the papers it was basically talked about from here to asia that europe to in we are able to throw whether is time magazine or anything else at them in a mediation and just say the yankees aren't just relevant to yankee fans the akis are part of americana and it's it's a world covered entity in right away got resolved rather quickly so i thought that transaction that trade had a lotta impact on a lot levels from a business and baseball standpoint in your management style what was a turning point for you and the way that you do things whether it's the oab stains ascension with the red sox the red sox getting better two thousand three two thousand four joe tori leaving the the steinbrenner sons stepping in were george had been before let me a serious and a health my manager style how it's evolved and changed as well what was a turning point at what was a significant turningpoint free of the way that you do things you know some i don't know how honest i'd say one the analytics explosion started the two to hit the industry i noticed odyssey when theo epstein was up in boston with bill james and everybody else uh he owed their roster seemed to be performing higher than you would have expected so like anything else you try to your always open minded to what somebody else doing and if they're doing it better try to figure out what it is and how happy you can incorporated and so we started going through a internal uh assessment of you know my attitude is as it should be that the yankees should should have in steimer family arfan be should have every tool in the toolbox are using it to the best of their abilities one in in baseball should have a better department uh in any aspect than the new york negative we should be the best and we should a was aspires to be the best and then if another organisation another sport.

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"arfan" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

GeekWire - Geared Up

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"arfan" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

"When we lose game over businesses talk about teamwork and how their team work is measuring teamwork hell in this new business every twenty four seconds unita scored the basket or not you either stop somebody else from scoring the basket or not there's no question how good your team work was it's right there 'nother form of accountability people loved talk your business how you get the accountability being judged in scrutinized by your customers and by by the press anybody in the press any fanned knows everything i know about the clippers performance there's not one thing that a fanned no doesn't know that i know i might know a little bit more about the human personalities and that helps influence site but if you want accountability heck arfan send be deep tailed recommendations of what to do they've studied are salary tabs they know more than the agents out there at some instances accountability focused transparency there's nothing quite like sports i had the pleasure of interviewing at our sports tech summit the geek wears worst tech summit a couple of years ago and i asked you what the the key performance indicator was that you looked at most in sports and you you answered wins and i realized that the time i should have challenged you the most important kp i in sports is not wins it championships that's right that's actually a lesson i blurred the way you might optimized to win championships is different than the way you might optimize to have a good team every year they're re they're they're not identical strategies and you have to think through the difference the place you'd see that most of your basketball fan right now is the philadelphia seventy six years they've been terrible for about six years terrible terrible i mean today rib boo and now they have a young core because they were so terrible that isn't going to win a championship this year but has the kind of talent that might set the mob i'm not sure emotionally i could quite goes through that but maybe a form of that at some point forever et boston did the same thing they traded their two best players about eight nine years ago and got back draft picks and they've turn that into a highly competitive potential championship team we're here speaking with an audience of business and community leaders.

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"arfan" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"arfan" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"That we you know we want people to know us uh team the play physical police are four quarters uh just a dominating payment we want we want to establish that is our identity you know we'll don't try to intimidate team little type taught charge anything like that want will live up to standard echoes davis a you know like i said earlier but we're not really focused on out teams perceive a how teams think about a we did want everybody to know that you know whenever you code especially to play at the home you know we're going to give you a tough game so this kind of what we look to what is it that you see in tennessee or you're expecting to get from a team that's pretty desperate for a win right uh you know we know that were played a great team this weekend and they're a couple of plays away from being maybe a 501 team or or you know we never know where where things could fall within boat you know we know that they're going to come in here and play as hard they don't care about their record they don't care about our record you know the is our game proce and for them so if there are stuck to others gave means a lot too a lot of people will not just people in the team but our arfan supporters so it was the big game we know that they're going to come in here and how to take with ours and you know kind of kind of ruin i run our our game at our plate so i guess that we're just have a focus on what we can do to the player but football alabama running back damien harris said thank god tennessee thanks damien are presented today's taken on a defense that has all 100 and 23rd in the nation against the run it certainly a mismatch on paper but college football rivalries are made of upsets and i'll talk to volunteers head coach butch jones about trying to do that next you're listening to ncaa football on.

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"arfan" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"arfan" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The players just didn't want it we'll see what happens next meeting the players just weren't on board and were going to follow their leader which to me is a player issue not a manager issue in many cases not every case we know the body valentine was a disaster and now knowing what some of the players have set about that particular season and what a mess it was uh that was at a valentine issue but we're not talking about the same got managerial style for john farrow or the same track record let's go back to our calls here alex is in detroit alex welcome to after hours are your i'm good under the worst cited do get to see the game but i do my radio stayed on cbs radio so i got and and you heard me being a tiger fare you know what you really enter promo through the rain wounded from day warn literally guy arfan watch okay whatever and don't you agree with the first player that about running out of order i want to win i never thought of my life not but i would referred to ask for it and and i view miguel cabrera guy are you know i lay worker mirko fifty luthuli who w m ago but i admit i quit you're you're you know what does it look like for a for order to make out of view laguerie over there for a tiger an an and you know how much you can governor left from here very lander oh gosh i think ver lander has everything left that he could possibly need he seven to know since joining the astra and not only does he have an extra motivation because he still has not one that world series rang he's trying to get back there but this is a guy who is such a big game pitcher be no matter what situation you throw him into like give you the damn ball he's like a wide receiver in the nfl rush limbaugh wanted i want to pitch i want to.

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"arfan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"arfan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"At each other and said hey that a horse of a completely different color wet but everything aside and go all in on that so when when that happened we switch to la i said well then there's one guy you need to meet if we're going to do away there's there's one guy who mean so much more and would bring so much more value and that was magic so they an and they hit it off immediately in the three of us went into this knowing it was gonna be a great business deal which have turned out to be put the three of us are are very very passionate sports fans very passionate baseball fans very passionate about the dodgers in this market and and so for all of those reasons the great financial great economic deal but it was also a great social deal great for the city that we were able to restore the luster to this great historic classical brand but first and foremost it wouldn't be the same thing unless we unless we love baseball and love and they'll be and and loved what we could do for the dodgers as a team and fortunately that exactly how it has worked out that you've read since mark walters lived in high muzzle peter guber part of it he takes charity entertainment expertise todd boley also some guggenheim but helport was magic that gravitas that smile mean magic is probably the most beloved figure in la and coming lots of that freight mcchord ownership how integral was it to have him in boss well i thought it was very important magic and i have been friends for many many years through our days in the nba and other that dan and i will say now there is no one who represent winning an excellent to our customers to arfan the band of laws angela sport like magic johnson the body that he timbo is it that like no one else could you could take up all the bad you want taking your claim to how much you want to do or either get that magic and just by his presence there you're standing that message inec he delivered with us and gave us the credibility right away now if we hadn't had detailed plan typically hadn't followed through it wouldn't have work but he said us up in that prime position right from day.

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