18 Burst results for "Baio Dome"
"bio dome" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast
"Contract was like at some point a teen girl has to be totally turned on by me. That's what it felt like because it's never remarked on again it felt like canes. Listen if we're going to have teen girls in this movie. Everyone has identified that. I'm still dill f- soon my contract so we cut to. Oh yeah we're introduced to whiskers hairless cat. That andy describes as bob cat from the old days and that has never might remarked on. Do not like it said in a way where i'm like was he an assassin woods. Go yeah go back to the possibility that this movie takes place in twenty ninety nine. Maybe they're like incident of bio dome old days or like pre climate catastrophe. Bob bob had whiskers before everything went to hell and they got put into this replica. Waste supported by later on when inexplicably becomes extremely foggy at one shot to another her when whiskers is telling his story about his lost. Love later on spoiler we see him sitting on a balcony in a city and it is the only time the existence of urban look patients or anything other than the school and the house is ever hinted at so. Yeah i totally. I think this is a totally valid reading of the movie that there was. He and bob used to live in a city and there was some kind of ecological catastrophe. Now he lives in this in this hologram dome whiskers. Has this whole like flashback. Like he's about like he's going on his fucking shrike pilgrimage. Or something like what. A flashback to see for he keeps on dying getting created into a new hairless cat. Yeah okay so let's see so. The lily is outside. She remarks like a child would that she wishes all the things that she sees could talk. Plants animals etc. Yeah immediately whisked away into a fair universe that looks like it. Looks like like a filter and instagram linked stories filter or a snapchat filter that they if you went to if you went to where shrek lives and you took a picture with an instagram filter. Feel like that's that's kind of animated butterflies around and we're introduced to lily's ferry. Bff play by terror. read is trust. I guess like a hippie like she's she's got some flowers in her hair he's going to san francisco. Yes when she. She explains that she's a rookie. She is there to grant wishes so. Of course lily wishes that all these things could talk. And of course -tary grants that wish..
"bio dome" Discussed on MadTrio Podcast
"Love him so much. I always thought he was so funny and at a show that finish cop. Robocop three was longer than the show was on his mom. Mitzi shore ran the comedy store up until the day she died showroom which is not the kind of figured out where he got his kind of current. Where's the hallways. Now las vegas. That's doing strip somewhere. You lives in las vegas. According to the joe rogan podcast is a guy. Was you know a major pulp cult icon back in the ninety. I'm surprised he never. He didn't really going farther after that. Well we i know you. And i loved him a lot like we would watch all his like bioluminescence bio dome which was super stupid but he was just funny out. My favorite one of all time was was that he was doing his weasel bit and it was a country girl and they were in college together and for life. I can't remember the name of that movie. What about the one where he has to go into army or in the army now. Yeah i love with the tank girl lori petty. Yes that was hilarious. Oh and she wasn't Orange is the new black. She played a really good role in that. Show that movie yeah. She played lawley recruiters. If it didn't kill andy dick's career. It definitely didn't and that guy's bins true. He's been career suicide since the days career started with it. Yeah that's true. Yeah he is in las vegas doing youtube videos after his mom's death so he's not really doing much except for kind of messing around youtube apparently hanging hanging in there. That's good son-in-law. That was the movie i was thinking of. I love son-in-law that's a good one. I didn't realize he's been quite an. Oa is done a lot of stuff. And i always thought he was funny just by people not liking his his act that what would you call the weasel thing. Got after a while it kind of course. Yeah but but it and you clay is still. Doing dyson acts years but not like it used to be his. That act has been way toned down his face too many losses. I mean come on. I i just like the bits for the rhyming everything else you can. Yeah i don't wanna talk about it. I mean he just looks at you and you feel wronged. So oh that's hilarious. Oh just found out that. One of a batmans kid. Sidekicks officially a member of the l. g. t. l. community bisexual. And nobody a surprised. No i about it either way. To be honest. Those tights makes perfect sense. Just because you wear colored tights. Tights colors mean k. But what if you're hanging hanging around with another with an old guy who's wearing also wearing tights. Oh.
"bio dome" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Where is like Crying baby at, you know, being on a plane with a crying baby. Well, this one's pretty good. This one's the number three most annoying sound in the world. That's it nails on a chalkboard. Oh, that should have been number one. That should have been number one. If you have one more. I got one for you. See if you can guess what this annoying sound is, and I'm like you try You do it because you're not so until you do it. I'm the boss. How? By Kim Kardashian. That's AOC. Elsie's famous I'm the boss forgetting that speech that that was like Paris Hilton or kid card debt. E didn't know that's the face of the Democratic Party nights was a lawmaker. Congress. You do it because you're not Catch me outside. How about that? Polly Shores 53 years old today. That's I thought son in law was a really good sweet movie son in law was good. Bio dome had its moments and nobody and I mean nobody got more. Tang on spring break and Pauly Shore did back when MTV was doing their thing. Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake. They had the Super Bowl performance. This is the date they had that big Super Bowl performance in 2004 like changed our industry forever. We couldn't do anything for like 10. Years after that Big big boob gate, the wardrobe malfunction wardrobe malfunction on this date, 17. Years ago and finally hammer right now, This is interesting because I didn't know I had not heard this 57 years ago when 1964 Indiana governor Matthew Welch declared the lyrics to Louie Louie pornographic and he band of this song, It's really goes. He just couldn't understand the.
"bio dome" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"It is free talk live our number three kicking off now joining you tonight. It's IAN nobody nobody's been on fire so far here tonight. Yes. Feels good. fired up fired Berman preaching mode. Yeah. Talking about. The Mask World Right now specifically, what are restaurants doing in highly obedient places like Boston and Massachusetts where Boston Dot com is reporting that they're installing igloos apparently are they big Igloos? Okay. We're not going to go through that. No they're big enough to I don't know what you consider big their large. One big enough to remove the government. Now I'm afraid these igloos won't accomplish that. Literally. This is for obedient people. I think you're confusing the Boulou with the people who will actually be eating food inside igloos outdoors at restaurants little transparent. To help us to help keep the door. Actually, Igloos these things built is it snowing anywhere in America, but it is going to get. Cold. Alaska. According to get caught but usually. The Glue until after the snow falls I think like an Eskimo province these are. See you're confused you think You think they're gonNA make the igloos out of snow but no, they're making them out of what looks like Flexi plastic tent. Well. It looks like an Igloo because it's roundish rights. It's not your typical tent shape. It's glue shape. There's a there's a hatch on the side of it. Well then when people go to these restaurants, we should warn them that they say they will be an Igloos but actually they're suffering will be intense actually. I like what? I like what? D- live chatter Holl says about this. He says igloos are made of ice. These are he says, those are bio domes dude remember the movie bioterro-. Move step into your bio dome. We wouldn't want you have in any cow flatulence to ruin the ozone layer or whatever it is. We're out about this week. I've actually never even seen the movie, but I do remember that it existed with with Paulie shore. But yeah, these teeny little bio dome igloo looking things they're going to be installing these in Boston area and probably other Massachusetts restaurants to try to encourage their customers to come out from your homes. You scared little folks just come on, we just want to go. You don't need no issue I've been outside without Igloo, and I feel Fi- well, you don't live in Massachusetts you not steeped I fear. That I mean good. God. Why would I want to live in Massachusetts I? Mean I'm going to give you an actually. To have lived in Massachusetts when concord and Lexington we're going on. That's what I would like to live there. I'm going to give you an actual quote from another one of these restaurant tours just to give you an you know look into this mindset it. It's so just sick. Sad. So going on to talk about how some customers aren't going even come out quote. I think that's really what what's really hard is that there are so many things that you would be willing to do. But that doesn't guarantee that people will come. He said, we either have people who trust us or we have people who it doesn't matter what you do. They're not coming out until there's a vaccine. Kristen canty owner of Woods Hill peer four in the seaport plans to add twelve igloos to the restaurants waterfront patio in November. She said quote you can be in your own little self contained pod. It looks like a bubble and you can see through it so you can still see the beautiful views. Isn't that Nice? Still, see out of the Igloo it's your own little bubble and we'll bring our servers in there and can feel safe because nobody else's nearby you and you can stay nice and toasty here inside this little. IGLOO. We've set up for you now come on out. Wow. That's it. The IGLOOS switch will. I'm just horrified at that point why not just have cook come to your house and you can at least have an that would be a great agress business and we need to start talking about Agra's. We should do like the how they're called personal shifts. What will they do? But the thing is people don't know about it. Nobody's talking about it on the radio you can't advertise address businesses you can end you can advertise address business models, you can advertise agribusinesses you just have to. Be Willing to face whatever consequences. Maybe maybe that's the thing. Maybe I'll start a website to. To. Close their business and reopen it maybe as an algorithmic business and just say I'm not following your rule. So if you don't like that, don't come to my store I'm not open to public I'm open to the members of the club. got a great big trump and we're not part of it we're nobody. Will maybe we should fell around club and let me let me let me noodle on that for a minute. Yeah. Why not at Private? Club is actually a good way. I would say to get round around some of these ridiculous restrictions. If you're not a business owner is willing to actually just be brave like the owner fucking great is here in Keene we'll talk about later. Oh, the places focusing great the igloos which will seat up to six people will require a food and beverage. igloos big igloos should have units of thirty men. Okay, there you go. Require Food and beverage minimum women I mean, let's be cool about it. It's the current year that will change depending on whether it's a weekday weekend brunch meal though Cantey said they're still working out the price. The IGLOOS aren't cheap each one cost the restaurant around seventeen hundred dollars with heat and decorations adding to the overall cost. That's going to be added into the cost of your food by the way Oh yes, it is. It lets you go to a place that just doesn't do it while Gandhi said close down and they'd say you can only come in if you're in the club.
"bio dome" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"One. Will consist of players, coaches, trainers, physicians, necessary personnel see that's where it gets foggy. Okay, players, coaches, trainers physicians. Yes, that that makes sense. And necessary personnel. Players, coaches trainers physicians. They are necessary personnel. Tier to consist of general managers football operations employees. Other assistant coaches, video personnel, security and other essential personnel like other essential personnel because they're not the other. There's necessary personnel it essential. Personnel Oh Colefax. Please tell me you're writing in the next. Great comedy based on this right here. Are you necessary personnel or essential? Which one I'll get in. A necessary that I'm necessarily. Says here. You're essential. Fun So essential. Why can't get in there because it's unnecessary for you to be in here? But, it's essential though. Isn't that same thing. What are we argued about here? Colefax Tier Two's the big man. That other essential personnel who may need to be in close proximity to the players. And other tier one individuals. So. Wait, you're not here one, but you may need to be close to those individuals, so that's tier two because you're not here one individuals, but you may need to be close to tier one individuals. So. Why not just make your one? Sir Sir make the tier. Ones feel bad. How once that wait I thought I was more important than you. You're not you're are more important than tier two, but here too needs to be close to. So Bonn Tier One. Tier One. Yes, you're still tier one. Tier One tier two is standing right next to me. Yes, but they're still tier. To. Keep the Purple Jacket. Yes, okay, and you'll always remember that. You're the Purple Jacket Tier One. Only, individuals assigned to tier one and tier two will be permitted access to restricted areas, and there will be limits on the number of individuals from each team that can be assigned here on tier to access at any given time. Making this up. You think it's like A. Something from A. Bio Dome. Paulie shore. One of the Baldwin guys. Can't remember which one. That's what it feels like. Two or three will okay ray for tier three now you understand fully tier one and tier two here's tier three tier three will consist of certain operational personnel in house media and broadcasts personnel field manager..
Minor League Baseball Joins MLB in Indefinite Suspension Amid Coronavirus
"Yesterday we had met Minor League baseball pushing back on the idea that their season has been cancelled to the degree that the organization put out a statement last night But you and I know. The current situation is so fragile and I was thinking back to March when There were initial reports out of London. The London series between the cardinals and cubs who is going to be cancelled and Major League? Baseball push back on that and said now we haven't officially cancelled it and then that came and then earlier this week Bob Nightingale USA Today at a story saying looks like the hall of Fame Induction Ceremonies is going to be cancelled and there was pushback and it was like now. We haven't officially cancelled that yet. Then yesterday we got word yes. It is officially postponed And I feel that way about the minor league season that eventually will probably hear that announcement because the fact is is that on major league. Baseball is list of priorities. It's far down the list and you would expect as they try to make a push to have some sort of a major league season or tournament or whatever form it would take that you know. This is on the back burner. What do you think it's It's one of those things that in talking to agents executives people like that for the last couple of months. It's just been a foregone conclusion that it's gone from very unlikely that there will be a minor league season two in the last few weeks. It's been like Oh there's a zero percents yet. It's not going to happen but I guess there just hasn't been the You know the formal announcement of anything yet and antics earnings of hacking with the draft. Were it's been talked about for of pray about a month now that it's going to be a certain day. Certain around ninety percent. Sure it just hasn't been formally announced yet and on the minor league side it just you know it sounds like there's going to be some version of you get thirty to fifty maybe sixty players Inside your bubble to be part of the season and trying to do that for you know a ball in Aa in all these different levels when there's not that much money to be made and they don't have an agreement there's just like so many different things go on like you're saying it's so far down. Melissa's thanks to try to get done to have like a bio dome in Rome Georgia or something. It just sorta seems silly that they would. That would be something. Anybody would even try to
"bio dome" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"This could be flawed and then you say well we have to be open so anything is better than nothing but in the end I circle back and I go why like why does that create anything better than some of the other options out there whether it be a bio dome whether it just be waiting a little bit longer until we can get back to some sort of normalcy in other words why is sending half of the league to Florida out at half of the league to Arizona better than say sending them all to Arizona like I could immediately fire back with this thought like if you're going to descend on two different states and break a bunch of people there and create some sort of spear around them why would you do to win you could do what you know why it why are you doubling the potential for problem areas here's another pitfall what if one of the league's does well and one of them goes south and I'm talking about in terms of function in terms of player health all of that what if one of the league's is like yeah we're fine and the other one there's an outbreak and it completely falls apart and then here's where my bias plays and I go to Florida really we're gonna set people up Florida because Florida of course has been the king of everything weird for the last twenty years in our environment including the spring breakers going crazy just a couple of weeks ago and it being among the last to get on the darned ship ad dot and and act like we're all supposed to act right now do you want to set half of your league there sure there would be some five match ups right the giants would get to see the cubs in the division a lot of that even the in the cactus league the giants will play games against Mike trout of for example yeah yeah that's that's that's kind of fun and and so they're a little pieces of it on the micro then I feel like okay I can wrap my head around this it might even be fun but all the macro I still land with why why like if you're going to force this to do this do it one place not too because the whole idea is to to keep it as small and close to the vest in one specific area as possible I don't know if any of these ideas are feasible at all but if any of a bar do it one spot not to there's no reason to double your pleasure because the exact opposite is probably what would happen in this particular case it just take food for thought though for sure all right glad you're with us tonight that was a whole lot of fun.
"bio dome" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett
"Have so many more skills. You're starting way for their head than I was. Then you are now bobby and start something now like you look at some of these youtubers that are famous and why this is why. I love you to see. How much potential has you can take anyone and this guy. Mark West Brownlee is a great example. Is like ten million followers. He's a beloved tech reviewer. He's a super well-spoken. Smart guy does great videos just reviewing all the new phones laptops. Whatever if you look if you hit search and go oldest to newest you'll see his first video from when he was like fourteen descending on his on his kitchen table talking about this new laptop that he got still very articulate smart kid but he wasn't afraid to just do this and there was no clear. Payoff you know idea. I'm sure that he was going to be a star making fifty grand every time he put out a new youtube video. Because that's make with ad revenue and you have ten million youtube subscribers not to mention all the brand deals and just like all like he's making multimillions of dollars per year and he just started doing it because he was passionate about it and he wasn't afraid and there's a lot of people out there who can draw who can do little things that they don't think much of it they don't think much about it and my sister she's which she's probably not but she's one of those people. I think my sister's super talented. Lots of quirky interesting ways If you just start doing something today you never know might where you might be a year or two. It might spur off into something new. And you're like wow that's really my thing or you just like chip away and keep doing it and maybe you start a blog. Maybe start a youtube channel. Whatever and now somewhere down the road you like I can actually monetize this or this can actually help me through this tough time. This can pay some of my bills like this can pay my rent like whatever and the world's going that's an NBA. This is kind of tying back to the e-learning point. Which is there's a million ways to make money not doing stuff in person. You can sit on your kitchen table and find ways to make money. There's tons of ways. You could start a website today about reviewing fish tanks and you could go find affiliate marketing links from all these different fish tank companies. You reveal Amazon. Use Amazon links. Is People look for fish tanks right? This is just a bizarre example. But you can have like the fish tank market cornered where you don't actually produce anything. You don't actually sell anything. You just sell information review stuff people go. Yeah thanks to this article of the five best fish tanks for you know a low budget. I'm GonNa Click on this one. You go to Amazon. You buy the person who has that Amazon link that website they get five percent commission of a seven hundred dollar fish tank. And you turn that over enough times and you make some money and it just comes on and you'll have to do anything in the future and so especially if you have the goal of helping other people like. Hey here's a bunch of Info. Here's how to do this stuff. Also here's the products that you need like for example like all this This webcam stuff. I've been doing this for a little while and there's definitely people that do it a lot better than me but I like this crazy setup so I like this boom arm and I have a mic. Microphone is actually just had a frame right here above me and that's partly because my other. Mike was giving me some issues morning. I The camera which is my Webcam. That's why look sharp. I have this audio record that it's plugged into that plugs into my nicer Mike when I use that in this weird system and a lot of people right now for example are trying to figure out. How do I make my Webcam look better like I'm doing zoom calls for my company? I WANNA look sharp. I WANNA look professional Audio sound better. Do I do that well? I haven't done this could and I'm sure callous people have put a blog post together. Hey here's the options if you want to be a little bit better for one hundred dollar budget. Here's what you should buy. You WanNa make yourself look even better for three dollars budget? Here's what you should buy if you want to go all out. Here's what a two thousand dollar. A one thousand dollar like really great. Webcam solution looks like and people go. This is what I wanted. I wanted to figure out how to do this thing. Better and this is great. I'm GONNA go click. I want that Webcam. It's it's easy for me. I just clicked and now they're cooking and you know when they make a sale or they buy their Webcam that I recommended. Now I get a four dollar commission or whatever and that seems like an insignificant insignificant amount of money. But when you do that over and over time you're helping people solve their problems and you've just like a little flow of income and then again you never know where that goes. At some point you might eventually be like this review tech reviewer or whatever it is right do everything my sister could sell. Stickers are handmade something or other. My sister's talented talented and quirky in good vibes and stuff like that. Like you just never like in east. GotTa try stuff. So I'm off my soapbox good soapbox I like I mean just the world's changing right so like for young kids. Just just start doing stuff on the web. And this doesn't have to be for young kids could be anybody like this. Is your downtime. Like you're not say your furloughed or your or your laid off which I know is really really tough and I've been through that period actually in the last year trying to figure out what I'm GonNa do as I left my business It's a hard stressful time. But one that you can do is is potentially explorer. What you WANNA do right. Like what else could you do on the side like? What could you start that? Maybe you both find meaning in and maybe you're passionate about and there's an opportunity so I don't know there's a lot out there and definitely learning is changing and the college prospects are changing. Definitely Robert. We too good impromptu episode. Today was good night's episode speaking of which tell me about your boomer I can see your mic suspended. All Been Your face twenty dollar boomer on Amazon looking for a boom arm. No comments common below. I'll give you the link. It's my first time using. It looks good. I feel like I'm very professional. Good Yeah I'm really looking for the next. You know how to get a haircut during these trying times because it's really a I'm GonNa let my facial hair grow out until my wife makes me shave it but I really could use a you know. Do you miss you miss the things you take for granted like a haircut and going outside our people cutting here. That's a good question now. Although the Mayor Chicago got her haircut and it was quite the issue that she was that she had the goal to go. Get a haircut while everybody else has to stay inside. So that's a that'll be a running. They'll be met one of my talking points in Twenty Twenty. Three church getting haircuts This woman the audacity data all right. Well thank you for tuning in if you were here on Twitter Youtube. We appreciate you definitely. Check out the show on itunes. Spotify is going to catch up on our previous episodes. We usually upload on the same day so you can find them all on spotify tunes any of your podcast platforms. Not really sure. 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"bio dome" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett
"I told everyone as as a former strength coach. Don't spend all your money on these stupid certifications. There's a couple certifications that you need to be hired to be a speaker if you want to be a speaker whatever there's a couple ones that like the NFC is a example. You want to be a speaker somewhere you probably need your cs at the minimum not always though and then having a degree helps that but having a degree in exercise science for example. It's not always. It's not always a a door. That's going to open more opportunities than more financial growth for you so I when I was still running businesses. I still do strength stuff. I I still consider a strength coach. I'm still certified. I was asked. I think once in my entire career if I was certified at all. And they certainly didn't ask me what my certification was. Because they don't know and they don't really care they care if you're competent and so when I was talking to young people sometimes you see these trainers with you know. I'm Dan blue. As are seven up CBF like that was seventy seven up over there like a million things behind their name and it's like knows what those are they don't necessarily make more competent and a lot of things that do make you more competent. Are the real world things going to a seminar going to you. Know a two or three day camp or something and and there's some there's an amazing event that I'm yet to go to on the east coast By Sore next the next company they make Awesome Strike Strength Women. It's called summer strong and Mentor my neck. To MELLOW GOES THERE. Everyone raves about. That's like a big collaborative event. That will probably cost you thousand bucks to go and be there. Whatever but you're going to be around people have been doing it for forever like people. I actually trained athletes for twenty years. And here's what the experiences like. Here's the relevant things you need to learn. Rather than. Here's what this text books GonNa tell you right. We all know that real world application is really important. I need a foundation of both what the question is do. We need one hundred twenty one hundred forty thousand dollar foundation in book learning. And that's what I think is really hard to swallow because we can say okay well of colleges a lot of sitting there doing this for four years for a hundred fifty grand or four hundred twenty grand. No thanks. I can do that at home and also spend money a lot of different ways being an intern for someone and putting them on your pocket and working and there's just it's getting less clear that the big ticket college expense is worth it and I think it's they've been talking about bloat from tenured professors and just lots of administrators lots of systems that increase the price without really increasing the quality of the product. And Yeah that was another is a a a a roundabout way of explaining it but me knowing what I know now my mom for example maybe three years ago. I think it was when I just retired from baseball shoe saying. Hey well you know maybe you should go back in a helping me try to figure out what like what was next in my life and she said. Hey will you know why? Don't you eat your nutrition degree or maybe get a masters in this? I'm like now why. Why would I do well like? Why would I ever do that? It's GonNa put me and you start thinking of your financial prospects like okay. That's GonNa take me negative fifty thousand dollars. So what's the benefit is economic? Put me positive a million dollars. No not in today's age absolutely not not for what I do. I already worked for myself. It's just stealing fifty grand for me. There's literally no benefits of that. Unless I wanted to completely change feels like the medical field or be a lawyer or be something that you have to have a degree to do. It's interesting because I mean there's plenty of examples of the most successful people in the world are dropping out of college or you know. What is the Steve? Jobs went to one semester of college. Dropped out You Know Elon Musk. Bill gave saying Bill Gates Bill Gates Bill Gates. Great that by the way that he's not smart. I just think he's a snake evidence. You've literally snake. You've literally no evidence I got a tweet just popped up. I won't read it on air because it's a little graphic about Bill Gates On mosque's like I didn't go to Harvard but all the people that work for me did did you know. So it's like you go. You'RE GONNA go to some of these schools and yet you're getting like Harvard degree matters like that's that's GonNa Carry Weight you walk in. With a resumes has harbored like obviously. You're you're an intelligent person you know. You're you're highly educated from based on the school you went to but for sure there's there's also benefits to to real world at Like like you said the someone that's been in the field someone that's gotten their hands dirty and done been in the real world in and has real life experience as opposed to sitting in the classroom with your hands folded like this. You're you know whatever it's I just a good it's a it's something to think about it. I think it's realistic As Realistic Avenue to explore. If you're not necessarily going to school you said for lawyer medicine or a sports Which would be a lot of the kid I see you know. High School kids are asking me about colleges. The one big thing I say is. Can you afford it can you? It doesn't make sense financially for you to go to the school. Even if you're gonNA play like you know I'm all for playing baseball in college and playing a sport in college. I think that brings a lot of benefit to not only your resume but your development is a person a you know time management skills and all that other thing. I was other things but is it worth going to a small school. That's GONNA cost you sixty grand a year to play a little bit of baseball. I don't know that's not my decision to make. I'm not the one that can. I'm not the one that's going in debt you know. That's it's a really hard thing to give advice and advocate will will end on this You know a kid just texted me to junior college kid in Sophomore and he asked me what I would do if I were him. If I would options are basically stay at the junior college. Play another year. Even though he's got no classes to take transfer to a school and try and walk-on even though the roster sizes are going to be a lot larger spots or email a bunch of school seeing finest spot for in with those same reasons. There's not a lot of spots in schools doesn't have big resume for junior college and the first thing I said to him was you know what do you WanNa do. I said I can't answer that. You know I'm not in the same position you know my head's my head for me personally is not in the same position as yours. I always wanted to play professional baseball. So you know my first instinct is no. I don't WanNA stop playing Trion walk on but at the same token it's like you know if if I were you and not knowing how much Lana keep playing. I would probably try and walk out so you know. There's I don't know there's not a good way to give advice in that situation for me. At least I didn't have a good answer for them. You know I just tried to ask him questions to get him to his own answer. But that's a tough you know. It's tough to to give advice on. What would you do if you were me? Because that's it's almost an impossible question. You don't know all the circumstances of anybody when I think one one of the important considerations there's a obviously As you're talking before there's there's a laundry list of other jobs that are clearly college track like for example engineers computer engineers software developers. All like. There's a lot of other jobs like speech language pathologist when the sticks. I A couple of friends back in Illinois who who did that. There's a lot of other jobs obviously. They're not strictly medical or or law. That if you run on that you're going to do very very well like there's no core engineer there's no unemployed engineers right so But to your point I think part of it comes down to knowing whether you're the employee type or whether you're an entrepreneurial type I think that's an important discussion yourself because for me I don't like I'm not where I want to be but at the same time I don't feel like I have a cap on my income or my potential or whatever. It is because everything I do. I do for a client and I'm passionate about or I'm doing it for myself and growing my own business brand whatever you WANNA call it and so when something like this. Hits violate was saddled with like say. I got sick and got a lot of medical debt. There's a way for me to say. Okay how can I hustle and make more money than I'm making today whereas if you're an employee and this is the job that I have in the corporate ladder or I'm this on that and I making seventy seven thousand a year and next year I can count on a three percent raise but this is my career and I go home at the end of my nine five? And that's that you're very fixed at your income and that can be scary and I think that's the problem for a lot of people right now where And I mean there's no shame in being an employee like like my dad was My Dad was an engineer. He put food on the table. I mean he put all of us through college. He wasn't entrepreneur provided for family. And I'm extremely thankful for. His heart works with my mom But it also can mean the downside to being employees of caps your income and your income potential to a degree. You know unless you're kirk in a rise up and become CEO or CFO. One day you're going to be in your paygrade and you're GonNa have within that and then when you have stuff like this happened with Virus or something else. Now you say okay. Well I'm going to hopefully go back to that salary level hopefully but now have all this extra debt or say I got. Outta my I got to college and I'm one hundred ten thousand student debt and now I'm GonNa Make Fifty Five K. And that's it and so you start looking at your bills and you're like there's no women have yet to pay my student loans like I just like. Here's the math. Here's how much take in. This is the job that I have. This is the amount of debt that I have. Here's my living expenses. I'm just not GONNA be able to pay this off right. That's I think that's the scary thing that a lot of Americans get into and so then as I start you know as as as you talk to young kids and help them with their future and I give them counsel from my experiences. The goal is to start to try to find something that you can do on the side and I'll just do it for today but do it for like let's see where this goes right and I know this podcast between us. This is a new endeavor for you and you're learning new skills you're doing law the social media. You're doing a lot of the all this other stuff who knows where where you are in in a year with us right. I went down this rabbit hole three years ago and I was doing this for our our business Orbit Academy Ten Years Ago. And so this is all led up to this point that this is my fourth podcast and it's still leading somewhere so for the young people out there even if you wanna be a nurse even if you. WanNa be an engineer. Even if you want to be an accountant you should start doing something else. Be Precisely because of these times. Where like even if? I lost all my clients today. I make a certain amount of money that I don't have to actually do anything for. It's not a lot of money. It's not enough to support me yet but I will. I have always some amount of money flowing in an s from some of my own line endeavors. It's from some Actually Youtube ads from Book Revenue. I've two books out. I have an audio book. There's lots of little trickles of streams of money that come in and I think this is important. Conversation have.
"bio dome" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett
"It's out the other end like not close to your nose but you smell instantly. It's it's like fascinating it's like. How did that gets my nose that fast? It's like shooting around like the speed of light. You know what I mean and so far light but my point is that the travel of gases leaving our body. Mostly our mouths it like. It goes a lot farther and faster than you think and so when you start looking at a smoker you can see it. Obviously because there's those little tiny particularly that's what smoke is and I'm running and I see a guy like just exhale you not breathing in any particular way smoking cigarette and I run Pasini smell some of it and I go through a little bit of it and I'm like that's what everyone's breath is like. Not just his is just like it's got like a trend like the smoke is just a tracer right. It shows were his. Breath is and so then you started thinking well. If there's corona virus in that breath I inhaled it. I ate it like it was like as a meal for right so And they're saying that that's kind of like it can be it can existence smaller aerosolize droplets than we realize but at the same time. They said you know this is. This is probably not how you're getting. Because if if he and my dad and I talk about this as well if it was being trans- transmitted that easily just from being close enough to talking then so many more people would probably have it by now like it'd just be literally would have it because you go the grocery store if that was the case literally every person that be infected by just a couple of people. I mean you can't get around walking by somebody so that you know that's why we should wear masks because it's GonNa reduce probably gonNA catch some of it's GonNa reduce the you know the radius that were breathing all this on each other. So that makes sense But I think that's just part of the the the question is. How much do we really need to protect ourselves? How far does this? What is the radius of safety if we have gloves if we if we really touch something sanitizer hands and then go back to our business? How protected are we right I think that's a big part of it so it's really tough to know like how quickly could get back to normal and it's just it's a lot of unknowns it's a really strange time for unknowns so getting back to normal as a good point. I was in Alaska. This can. I had a discussion with a guy a few weeks ago. Kind of the beginning stages of this was College you know colleges are doing e learning highest schools to an extent. They're doing whatever they can for learning but You know he had a daughter at a at a pretty prominent university In the northeast and they sent him home beginning. April are being of March. And they're doing all e-learning like she's in a finisher semester. Learning and my question was you wasn't so I wasn't like a attacking like him or the school or anything. I just said I go. Suzanne pretty much validating University of Phoenix is model. And he's a he's a lawyer so he's a well highly educated person as validating the University of Phoenix as the model that goes at basically devaluing universities around the country. The fact that they can basically learn and do it for like. She's living in Chicago and her schools in New York. You she can do it from Chicago. by all accounts she could get her degree sitting in her home in. Chicago I know people when University of Phoenix came. Kinda like scoffed at would it was in the online learning. Like would you throw the resumes in the track learning but now is that is that validating you know the the online learning instead of University of Phoenix says. A you know a penny diversity on that in. Nobody knows if you sat in the classroom for four years if he's culture for your ears. Yeah that's a good question in your your break in highland Go ahead I think change no. Go ahead I was trying to fill the gap with the usable audio. In the meantime while you're being a robot will real quick I want to. I just want to throw out if you're listening on Youtube or if you're listening on twitter. I'm checking the feeds Soviet. Something we can talk through definitely put on there whether it's baseball related software related Obviously we're off today on different topics but Feel free to comment through periscope or through a youtube. I'll be honest with everyone this live streaming thing like I'm pretty good technology Bobby I think you're pretty good with technology. I mean you've been super fast as we sort of. Tag Team This whole process but live streaming is confusing. I've been my our videos have been like kind of correct on our youtube channel and then kind of nod. It's been like shaky. It's this is like a unique animal. I don't know I'm still working through it. But we've kind of figured out the comments now. So if you're on periscope on twitter you can obviously the twitter comment. If you're on periscope which is an APP for your phone so if you're an old person Joe you're listening. I'm talking to you so joe. Go ahead and download periscope APP then from there you can comments. And there's like a live chat stream Although I don't really see it right there right now and then Youtube. You can comment on the live on the video. So there's a couple of guys kyle and Mr Avocado so We're going to be monitoring that because we WANNA do a good job of making this like the reason this is live is important that we can interact with you so Anyway so What were you talking about? I forgot Colleges so like how do you say other than watch few majors? You know? Medicine and engineer. Maybe probably engineering something. We have to get hands on instruction if you're getting a comm degree or you know business. Admin degree do need to be in the classroom you know how much is this gonNA validate e learning invalidate online higher education? A more. Now that everybody's doing it I think everyone right. Now is just remiss to the fact that online learning is not as effective as learning. I think that's number one because from what I've heard. The experiences has not been great right. I think it's just there's something to be a lot left to be desired. I like I have online courses. So if you're out there and you don't know what I do on the Web I. I support myself a lot of different ways but I saw online courses for baseball and softball so I have a throwing course. I- pitching course. I have lots of in courses that Bobby owns a baseball academy a former baseball academy owner. And so you learn a lot of stuff over the years and so when I sold my Cami in August My goal is like. Hey I'm gonNA continue to do this. Impact really like a broader range of people by taking the stuff I learned. Were doing three or four thousand lessons over appeared. It's I'm taking that knowledge in making it system is into online learning thing wonderful so if you're in some remote part of the country you can you can take course and you can go through and all that stuff and it's not a plug but I'll tell you it's just not the same as being there with me in person it just isn't now right it's good it's the system but there's a lot put on you. There's an onus is put on You. You have to go through the videos. You have to learn to self coach. You have to be really disciplined and and go through it and and you do need to interact with me and it works the best ones when people will do my package where you actually we do some zoom calls here and there and even then there's just stuff lost in translation especially with something as as physical as teaching a sports skill and videos. Great I mean. Don't get me wrong. You can break things down all different ways but out is tell you right now that having done this for a couple years it's just not the same now. Sitting in a classroom is very different than teaching a pitching mechanics. Teaching a softball player. Had to throw those are very very different And so sure you're if you're not there with the athletes are really help him through it. There's GONNA be a loss but as far as sitting in a classroom where when I was in college. I'm this in the back of the room. Like this for forty minutes. Is that significantly different than a zoom? Call where you're just doing the same thing but you're just not wearing pants and you have coffee and you can text and do whatever you want to do and no one knows. I don't think there's as big difference but you know with college in correct me if I'm wrong colleges to really important time to grow up right and I think the social aspect which is why the asinine Liberty University founder. Call everyone back. Because I don't want kids miss their college experience great while they're all going to be sick so wonderful. But that's a big part of it used Grope Alah between eighteen and twenty two. I don't think I don't think online learning is the same thing and I think it just fits a certain amount of people. Would as you learn. Bobby I mean I learned nothing in college. You are nothing in college but naturally I think you hit on. The head is its social ride. You move out of your house you live on your own. You learn how to fend for yourself. You do your pre cook your own food you become an adult in structured environments like. It's you're not fully an adult you can get kicked out of your house at Eighteen and find a job pay rent. Figure it out life Your Strut your in a structured environment. You know you've got you've got your dorm room you've got your you can make your own. Food can get a meal meal plan. It's like a. It's like that bridge to the real world For a lot of people any good to grow up and you get to make friends and interacting whatever aside from the social aspect the learning aspect you know. I don't know what you would have done if he didn't play baseball in college. I can't say what I would have done I. I just think that I probably would have maybe went into a trade or you know I would. I'm not a hundred percent. Sure I would have went to a four unit four year university similar to what I did because I play baseball In you know I loved what I did. I loved college. I thought it was GonNa go to college and I live that life again for four years or three years.
"bio dome" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett
"Like there. There's nothing nefarious in. Bill Gates trying to vaccinate children to Reduce Java. Yeah but see here. So he doesn't. He did not vaccinate his own kids. Why that's any Idaho now and I don't know that that's true. That's that's A. That's that's true statement. Well the important thing here is that I don't WanNa keep talking about this now cheese but when I do I thought what I do. WanNa talk about is how do you feel like sports are GonNa be impacted going forward? So do you think. Do you think football is going to happen on schedule? I think probably is running training camps probably going to be shortened or something But I think everyone is still like okay. The worst may be still to come as far as infections and death but then also where are we headed will all the major sports leagues get going all. And we'll baseball here. They can do ninety game schedule. The sixty game schedule are they GONNA do. Are they going to get anything and will they played Christmas? I don't think they'll play Christmas. Because they're they're going to overlap with football as our guest will carroll said and they're not GonNa win that battle with football very well now. They're not GONNA win the football battle. I think there is absolutely no doubt. There's GonNa be some form of baseball this year. You know. I think I'm maybe I'm in the minority of that You know there's going to be key concessions made on both sides like the the MLB PA's GONNA WANNA play because they're gonNA want their players to get the money they're gonNa want the service time you know they're gonNa want that revenue share that has the MLB makes no money. Unless I'm I'll be mixed money. Obviously but they're also going to have to give on the Ken. How Wilson the ramp up time like maybe? You're only going to get three weeks of a modified spring training and that's going to be the trade off. It's like look we can't have both you can't have a full baseball season and also a full ramp up period like he's gotta be some other sports. I think football's effective at all. I only football CAN AFFORD TO BE AFFECTED. All with the amount of money in television for football in the amount of money that run that pumps through these economies. Just a son football even if you play in front of nobody you know. There's I feel like it's it's almost going to have to especially by September. Go on as scheduled Maybe one got one guy has it. And he's out tackling all the other fellows he's like now. You have chronic. Now you have. I mean it's it's going to be a mess when now all of your team's infected then you'll have a season your season is done. It's Donald Disagree with you. I don't disagree that it may be. I appreciate that. You don't disagree with me. Thank you but making progress. But if I'm put myself in a in a you know thirty-three-year-old football player. Like I'm on my last legs or your. I think there's GonNa be a lot of pushback for last legs at thirty-three your last legs football and football factory already. Those guys are done at thirty-three Unless you put me left tack on you'll be lucky to make it a thirty three. I just don't think you're gonNA. I think you're GONNA have a lot of resistance from the players. I think players especially by that time. We're GONNA WANNA and if that's the case you know you have to weigh the good with the bad and I think I think they're gonNA play. I really do think they're gonNA play. I don't think you can alad hold people out of work out of everyday life That long without some pushback Revolt but some some major pushback. I'm not saying it's right or wrong. You know the the safety of it. In the safety of anything. Football generals a dangerous game But you know there's this is their livelihood and these guys have a small window football specifically have a small window to make money. You know. Baseball's got a starting to a smaller window will win set. You know when we were when we were talking like these guys come into league younger and they get out younger like to lose a full year to lose all that revenue the ten figures of revenue. Like that's a you're you're really you're playing with a lot of livelihoods. I think you know as we get closer to that. I think it's going to be more. And more people are going to flip into the side of like. We need to try and get back to normal if we really need to try and start ramping back up. The you know the economy day-today life yet. So do your points. I mean we can't control you this. I know you WANNA make Hay while its way. What's the saying get an strike harvests while there's hey or make hay when remember Midwest Things But I don't think we can control it in and yeah I agree. What's it's clearly untenable the economic situation. Right I mean I think it was insensitive thing to be talking about two weeks ago and even still now like hey old people you should go back to work because you WanNa make sure your grandkids have a good economic situation here in America so go sack like it's an asinine thing to say like you need to go back to work so the younger generation can live like that's ridiculous. No one wants that. But it's very realistic that this situation does. It can't go on forever. We also don't necessarily have control that because if it becomes this crazy outbreak again or does doesn't flatten in life. Not going to go on as normal and it's it's clear now. This is not just the flu right like people the respiratory problems and the need for ventilators and all that stuff. It's not just the flu. I have asthma. It's not going to be just like the flu for me so I mean with all that then you start to put all these athletes close together like we said I mean if one guy on the team gets it. It's just it's going to be a mess you know we know how infectious here. It's going to be an awesome depend like if work You know how how effective treatments may be There's I was reading last night There's a country I I don't WanNa say it's Sweden but I'm not. I'm not sure I was trying to look it up while we're talking here that basically Said life is going to stay normal. you know if you're at a higher risk if you're in these you know they gave their categories if you're over sixty five of got autoimmune issues you know you should practice staying at home but everybody else like go to work. And you know it's going to you. Know practice a little social distancing but they didn't shut down their economy. I think it was Sweden and they only reported currently up to. I think it's like six hundred eleven cases out of their ten million people which is a Susan. Insure it's interesting because I think the only country that's doing it that way. I'm not saying that the US should do it that way. It's just a difference you know it's a different look on how they're handling it and maybe it's maybe. Sweden's younger population may be. You know for maybes. Something else is going on in Sweden that we don't know but I think I think a lot of the world is going to shift to that point and say at some point like we need to get back to work like the twelve hundred dollars we received from the government was great. But it's not gonNA. It's not keeping US afloat like we need to try. And I'm not saying the jump start the economy for any reason Specifically just think people need to get back into their day to day life and kind of if you are one of those higher risks than you should stay and you know we should. You should spend a little bit more wait a little longer before you go back out into the workforce but if you're a healthy thirty year old and you're not gonNA endanger anybody at your at your home. That's at risk. I think a lot of people are going back to work. I think they're gonNA demand go back work and I don't know if that's correct or not I don't know I don't know either. A really is it really is difficult. I mean now the one thing you wonder is okay if it flattens a bit in like for example right now my sister sent me. She's mailing may face mask and I asked her Alibaba. Stevens I said. Hey where this mass come from. How do I know? It's not like a smallpox blanket. How do I know it's not just you know this? Could be part of a bigger conspiracy. This is this is where you go. Bob This is. They wanted the masks. Whoever they was they wanted to mask so now. The masks are all coming from a central supply from during our planet outer space where they've infected them with the second strain that's come out with this all is they're coming from. China just like smallpox blankets No but right now I can't by hand sanitizer like can anyone no I bought a bottle of bleach was extremely exciting. I mean it's a highly to my year. My sister mailed me some sanitizing cleaner for my whatever Camp gloves camp by any of that stuff and obviously hospital workers who needed vastly more than the regular population. They're struggling to get their. Pcp as well like they're running out. Apparently apparently the federal stockpile isn't for the states which the states just make up the country like that was the most baffling statement by. Mr Kushner made no sense This is our stockpile anyway. So it's when life gets back to normal normal right. We've talked about not shaking hands and just like extra precautions. And how do we get back to regular life? And how do you coexist without passing this on it? And one of the things we've been talking about is that it can spread through much smaller perhaps aerosolize droplets rather than just me coughing. Straighten your mouth. Which if you're you're definitely do as you're talking about. Bill Gates nefarious schemes. And I'd just cough straight norma. But you know it was. It was funny because I was talking to my dad about this a couple of weeks ago I was. I was also jogging jog past a person who is smoking. And obviously you're breath escapes your bought and we will have like this. I think idea of what happens when we breathe when we far that it's just like goes out in front of you.
"bio dome" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett
"If you want to vaccinate your child or you WanNa believe things like like is that is that one hundred percent true or whatever of that information on aluminum. Yeah I'd have more related faculty have you really. Yes checked. Darcy facts. Now that's affect the amount of aluminum in a vaccine is if you were exposed the amount of aluminum it would be considered an unsafe amount while the FDA approved that vaccines are vaccines are the only drug administered by By doctors that you're not held accountable. So the doctor prescribes you something. That's incorrect makes you more sick. You can sue that doctor right for malpractice vaccine do cannot. That's it's the only thing you can't if you if you have complications because of getting vaccine is the only thing you cannot sue or get retribution for so let me let me remix read a line from the CDC Dot Gov. Why isn't a juvenile? Or what is an agenda and wise it added to a vaccine so in a juvenile isn't ingredient using some vaccines that help create a stronger immune response in people receiving them so the aluminum that they add. I suppose is an juveniles. Aluminum salts such as aluminum hydroxide have been used safely. Vaccines for more than seventy years. And so many people have taken these. So many people So it's not just aluminum. It's these different compounds of aluminum so you can't just say like aluminum like eating like he was eating. Some Tin Foil is the same as an aluminum. Juvan in these vaccines and they've been around for a long time. I'm sure they've been studied extensively. So are you sure that these are actually harming people just? You can't just play the aluminum adjuvants with aluminum. I lost you on the on the beginning part of that froze so aluminum adjuvants things. Add vaccines to help them. Give a stronger immune response. They've been used since the nineteen thirties. So are we sure eight Bobby Bobby that these vaccine additives or harmful? We're not sure. But but fleet statement. You can't save that aluminum. Yeah you could say about literally everything I have this I have the life. Dairy creamer has like nonfat milk cream. Sugar flavors very sure. This isn't harming me Also not completely unsure. You don't know we'll you're not saying that agnostic if you take that agnostic point of view like you literally can't know anything in this world but I'm just saying that's like they talk about the aluminum in deodorant right. Aluminum is used in anti perseverance. Because reacts and it creates that plug that helps Reduced Plug Sweat Glands to reduce your sweating right right. That's not the same thing that's in those vaccines. I don't actually know exactly what's in each but you can't just say blanket. Aluminum is harmful. There's something some compound of aluminum in this therefore it's harmful like I dunno. Nothing chemistry neither do you. I don't to claim this stuff. This is how people do this. They say there's this substance that's been known to cause cancer in this but then it's like there's a million different derivatives of different things and who's to say that that aluminum a juvenile vaccines is actually harmful urine. What billions and billions of people been vaccinated using those aluminum of Juvin's billions for sure polio since nineteen thirties polio malaria agency? Like your like your measles you're making my point is that you're skeptical of what I'm saying. Which is good like you should question what comfortable things. But I'm also I don't trust what everybody else is saying like. I there's here's the here's my question is how is it unsafe to have a a skepticism of you? Know if I blindly believe everything I'm told about from the government. I'm going up but you mostly do. No I don't I I believe very little for a of what my government tells me. You know what Mike. Interpretation of the information is is obviously different than yours. But I don't know I don't really believe what I'm being told like we've been we've been told like the World Health Organization. Listen to the recommendation. Listen to their recommendation. The W. H. The. Who recommended that the US Not Close? Its borders are not shut off travel. You know as as late as February that was like a recommendation from the W. Now do I think that they're trying to do harm? I don't know but if he's trying to do harm Nicholas. Who is funded is got a lot of money. Funded from China China's Communist which is why China was in my whole. Come on this is the most. Is Dan this? Podcast is turning into everything. I want most people. Here's the thing like most people you need to give most people the benefit of the doubt. True Fangio take a lot of things at face value. There is not nearly as much. I mean there's definitely back dealing in lots of areas like you see it in the trump administration like pretty plainly. But there's there's not as everywhere. Yeah but is the World Health Organization secretly trying to destroy America? I don't think so are they are. They are the dealt but who who is okay. I don't know I have no idea. Let me ask the question. Does it if you're on the board of of the W. H. O? Is Not a realistic question to propose to your board. Whatever how do we stop growing so rapidly as a world population because we can't sustain this rapid growth? Maybe maybe like. That's that's it's a known it's it's it's well document out there that Like depopulation and getting world population under control has been put out there by not only Bill Gates but discussed in circles. Swear like we were eight billion people in the world like can we sustain that amount of activity with that many people needing so many resources without maybe depopulating and getting you know with the world function better at a population of four billion? You know there's I don't know I just have a healthy. I think what I consider it. I just a skepticism. Like if I tell you something I assume you're gonNA go research because you're a smart guy like same thing with me. Live one of three things to do. But Yeah I mean I'm not GonNa know that civil yes so that's the thing is if if I have an agenda let's just assume I have an agenda about something I'd tell you anything. Most people are too busy to go down the rabbit hole and research anything which is fair. Like everyone's got lives. You turn if you turn the TV off you pretty much cut off from what's going on in the world you take social media turns like you're just GonNa live your day to day life so if you're told something and you don't have the time to research at you're gonNA believe it which is fair like no knock on anybody but if you're to go down these rabbit holes you're gonNA see odd. You know branches off of the topic that tie in a little too smoothly that lead you to where it doesn't you know something isn't totally right and money. Money is the main factor. And I don't know I don't know what Bill Gates is. Motive may be may Bill Gates as the greatest person in the world Just from seeing interviews in him conducting these very odd the events to a one and stuff like that it just something odd about it. Something doesn't doesn't make it seem like it's almost like he's he's ready any wants some kind of depopulating virus pandemic which is if I'm wrong. I'm wrong whatever. I die on my molehill of On morning brushback. But it's if I'm you know I think it's at doesn't hurt any to question some of the stuff. I'm not sure the context of the Bill Gates quote about Reducing population growth. But he said over this decade we believe unbelievable progress can be made in both inventing new vaccines and making sure. They get outs all the children who need them. We only need about six or seven more and then you would have all the tools to reduce childhood deaths reduce population growth and everything is stability the environment benefits from the. Yeah but that's a that's a good quote that's A. That's a quote relation growth. I don't like what that's that's an odd statement. No well that's what I'm saying. You can't take that you can't that quote doesn't fit anything out of context except if you read the rest of it if you just take out the world if you take those three words you can say nefarious. Three words reduced population. But if you read the whole quote number one even completely out of context it says progress can be made inventing new vaccines making sure they get out to children who need them which obviously implying helping children avoid diseases and deaths sure and then everything the stability the environment all. We reduce childhood death in everything that stability environment benefits from the so. Clearly he's not using vaccines do childhood death. He says to reduce childhood death so we need the rest of that Video CLIP WHICH. I don't know where it is. I'm not going to search right now. But those three can't take those three words. You can't take those three words out of context and just say I'm not taking them in context like not any context. There's no nefarious. There's no nefarious context in that in that quote. He say it's an obvious job-hunting the slip in there though why they obviously some broader meeting. If you probably listen to the whole clip but neither of us have but that's the Amazon. I can only. You're reading the quote I'm taking. I'm interpreting that quote as reducing childhood death which have questions about our children dying from what they're getting vaccinated from so we don't have no. They lack they lacked vaccines. Okay but I'm saying the the vaccines that have been developed like like your parents were vaccinated with about eight vaccine. Something like that like children's Day get upwards of forty six vaccines so were those thirty eight new vaccines are they were. They being developed to stop childhood death and were childhood deaths at a much higher because of those e with those diseases before the vaccine was developed a lot of questions. I just asked three questions about about that one statement. I don't know anything about it. I really don't I have no idea what those new those new vaccines are Or like the six to seven new vaccines that he wants to develop like. What are those vaccines? I questioned making a corona virus vaccine. Because do we. We didn't make a swine flu vaccine and swine flu sixty million people in the. Us got one in five people. Got It and I must say that. There shouldn't be a swine flu vaccine. Maybe there needs to be. I haven't I haven't heard of swine. Flu like reoccurring. It's it's odd like I just. I don't know if I trust personally. What Bill Gates says surface level? I WOULD WANNA dig deep run a lot of the stuff that he does say and maybe he's also he's totaling. Maybe it's totally like you said. Maybe he's on your side or maybe I should come to your side and relieve them face value but maybe we'll again within that quote. There was no nefarious. Context and reading further is basically saying that a lot of families where disease and shouted. Death is rampant. They tend to have seven eight nine ten children because they know some of them will not survive and now reduced whose childhood mortality mortality rate. Now they're gonNA have smaller families and it counter-intuitively says that a number of times he's also quoted saying it's counter intuitive but when we reduce child mortality rate now families get him smaller families and the population doesn't grow as fast so but does that make sense. Go like let me just let me paint the picture like let Sam family and I have a high infant mortality rate history. Like I want three kids. So am I going to have six in hopes? That three of them survive. Probably not like I'm GonNa have three and a child dies like God forbid I would probably have another one so I don't think it's I don't know how much sense that makes like. Are People just pumping out? Kids hopes that that's not an authentic. How could help children die in in some of these countries just like oh? I had one any. He passed away or she passed away. It's when they're five six seven eight like I mean and I think just the birth keeps continuing. I don't know I'm not an expert on this. But again in the context of that one quote and then with a little further context of him. Explaining how. It's counterintuitive.
"bio dome" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett
"The lower your live. It is April April eight. No April eight th yeah. It's April eighth. Welcome back to the morning brushback. I'm Dan Blewett. I'm here with Robert Stevens Bobby. How you doing feeling good this morning? sore guess fell through so I Apologize If you came here today. Specifically to Listen to the man behind Astros. Shame tour Just had some difficulties this morning and very actually contentious conversation. I'M NOT GONNA get into But anyway so that that fell through no big deal. So we're going to carry on today bobby. How with what's the latest on? I think we need to start off with your conspiracy theories so Rona virus. You have a million of them. You probably don't think we went to the moon or maybe the moon is made of cheese. What what Western. What are you have? Would you have for us? Did you see the Super Moon yesterday? Now I live in a little dungeon of solitude. I do not see the moon. The moon is visible from all areas of the world. And there's no collusion there's pollution now that there's no car wrecks there's like no crime. It's just like we're in a Utopian society except life is terrible. This is A. It's a blessing in the skies. Right get see the stars at nights. This is like a living in paradise except were boxed in. Ya leads accurate I can get I. Get INTO. A lot of conspiracies. I mean there's you know there's a. I'm reading a lot about underground tunnels Traffic trafficking of kids currently in a all these all these major cities whereas earthquakes going on. If you WANNA get into that a little bit that might be a little too deep for somebody up at eight. Am Central Timeless Baseball podcast. Yes ideal For those of you listening you just heard me cough. I've had my call for over a month so don't worry too much about me Congress. I don't think it's grown virus but I've been kicking around. Just okay. So let's talk about little bit about so there's a this. Mlb Bio Dome Idea. You said that's potentially thinking about getting baseball going in Arizona. Yeah so the I- The idea behind it is to have all the major league teams there Without having a schedule put in place essentially right. Now it's trying to just eliminate as much exposure to anybody that's involved in the games the clubhouse people the you know the the front office staff and just trying to have some kind of season What he would do you think about that. I I've got some. I've got some ideas on on what you know what that might look like. But what do you think about? Essentially a bio dome of baseball season will of pauly. Shore's they're let's cancel the season number one Number two. I don't know I think I think this whole thing is is unprecedented. Obviously I mean that goes out saying but I'm not sure if there's I think last week's guest win. He brought up an interesting idea. Which was that potentially. Maybe there's like a paper view thing like just pay per view for a game and it's played without fans in an empty stadium. I don't know I mean I. I think the precautions. It's going to be really tough to get people in a big open public space right. So how do we get away from that? I'm not really sure? And he just want to. Prevent a resurgence of this drug. And other this this disease and it's just not potentially I don't know I I. I think we're all just still wondering right now. How much worse is this going to get and then is baseball going to be back and if so what capacity because you know I think when when this whole thing started and they quickly shut down the Ivy League which was a you know? Obviously those were all the right calls. I think we also kinda wondering like well. Most of these baseball games have like a hundred people at him. Even d one like. Is it really that necessary to stop baseball? Like we have the teams go the field and all that but knowing what we now know about the easy trans transmissibility of the of the of Corona viruses. Just Like everyone on the ballfields GonNa have let you slide in the second. Yeah he's Alpina got grown virus than your round in third baseman. You slap hands with the third base coach. He's GonNa vires is just a just you know he hit a dinger. You give it to like eleven people so I don't know it's it's Cleveland problematic. I mean what's your gut tell you about when we're going back to it. I think I think there's GonNa be some heavy pushback from a lot of people. After April thirtieth date comes and goes. I Know April. Thirtieth is pretty much across the country. Everyone stay in place mandate. I think they're really going to be some pushback from especially from younger. People not necessarily twenties but if people under fifty years old that are now unemployed for two and a half months. I think they're going to be going to be willing to risk any any contamination any any transmission of the disease purely to get back to some you know get out of poverty essentially because some of these people twelve hundred dollars is is great. Twelve hundred dollars is probably realistic for three hundred million people but it's not realistic to live on for two and a half months. I think you're gonNA see some real. You know people are right now. I think I think they're kind of in the honeymoon phase because it is getting a little restless staying in the house but never shrug. It's I think it's the honeymoon. Phase of people enjoying probably a little bit like relaxing Maybe spending time with family were as they've been working fifty sixty hours a week but you know. Poverty is a terrible terrible disease and China's economic position. It's not the social policies. No it's not. We can't call everything a disease. It's just patently not disease. Dan have cast purely to label things. How we feel like it. I'm not gonNA participate in that. This is not fake news media. This is this. Is this real Whatever the says. It's definitely not news media. Well speaking of fake news. Did you vote in my poll yesterday? No I hated your bowl. It was what who do you trust the least who translates. Hold on. Hold on hold on Bill Gates outreach and China China Carol Baskin. I have no stake in Carol Baskin. 'cause I don't watch the tiger king as we discussed She's leading the poll right now. Eight votes she's got thirty eight percent. Why is Bill Gates on there? Just just to as a red herring or what. I don't trust Bill Gates. He's a smug bastard. He is not a smug bastard. He's one of the. I think most genuine. Like what Evans have the Smug I mean. I guess that's Indian but it's not. I've never seen any evidence of him being smug well. This is the Bill Gates. Rabidly got US go down research some Bill Bill Gates. I don't let what Bill Gates become the the Authority on vaccines and medicine. When did he get his doctorate are you? Are you saying this from the guy who's like on board with all of Fox News peddling and the president becoming the experts on hydroxy chloroquine? I don't think anybody's an expert on it. I think Diane Doctors Doctors are doctors. And I think it's a reasonable suggestion. Doctorates doctors doctors or Bill Gates actor. Let's go over. Let's go through the list of people who are not an expert on hydroxy corwin number one president trump vice president pants that idiot Navarro whoever that is Jared Kushner? The child All those people there. None of them are are experts or any of those people. None of them are experts on it. Bill Gates So Bill Gates is a philanthropist. Is Lots of money in a foundation and what he does and the reason he. I don't know if you call them an extra. I'm not sure if that's the termite given but he spends pretty much use entire life now trying to help people in other countries That's a that's I disagree with that. I don't think Bill Gates helping much of anything. Whatever I'm very anti Bill Gates. Why because I don't if you if you look at who his but here's what I wanna hear your mouth. I don't want to hear but I don't believe but I don't believe that's not just follow so the money so follow the money right bill. Gates's foundation invest almost extensively in a lot of pharmaceutical companies Bill Gates has now. Forgive me I'm not heard an prepared my list of my Patriot of Bill Gates But Bill Gates has he had project to a one which was basically a simulation of if a pandemic were to sleep through the world. What it might look like. He's also been on the record saying that we need a deep popularize. The world and a major pandemic virus would be some would be the best way to do that. Best as a that is my word. I mean there's more stuff about Bill Gates for as much good as he might be perceived to do. I really think of everything that I look through about Bill Gates. Which actually do it? Just don't trust him. I also don't I saw funny meam yesterday. That said he couldn't protect windows viruses. How's it going to protect the world populations from virus? Which I thought was pretty funny. I just don't trust Bill Gates and will and maybe I'm in the minority. But you're definitely in the minority. That's fine but at Bill Gates gets a lot of. I don't know why he's getting a lot of credit for leading the charge on vaccines and and medicine when the skype clearly is not an expert at any of that. He's an expert at computers. Just as maybe we as you would be an expert in baseball and he's been devoting his life for a number of years. I don't have any idea what. The number is but a number of years on like malaria drugs for one and all these other things in his foundations helping to develop some of these. Yeah but are they. Do you think what do you think deep down? He's got some sinister alterior motive that he's GonNa come out with a thrower in two thousand. I think he I think I think the I think the virus benefits him and the in like the pushing of vaccine because he's got money invested in these in these companies. That are developing this vaccine. I just don't think I don't think it's kosher what he's doing and it's just what's what's then game to get like some more some more money. The guys were to multiple billion dollars like yeah but but money money to people that have that much money is. It's it's like it's more power like if you know why would? He continue being in business rather than being in philanthropy having a foundation. Because I don't know I don't I can't tell you why I don't think any of that adds up. I don't I don't think I I think alleyoop I've gone down the Bill Gates Rabbit Hole. I really don't trust. They don't trust any pharmaceutical companies. Don't have any doctors. I don't all doctors different story. There's there's a difference between trusting and I trust that doctors are trying to go to the doctor and you're trying to make you better. I totally trust that. I just don't think that what some of these people have been taught or what they're pushing is necessarily healthier correct question a lot of things like it. I think it's healthy to question a lot of stuff. So what's your background and medical. What gives you the licensed to say? The doctors are pushing the wrong things. Not It's an opinion one from these opinions. I'm I'm not. I'm not saying I'm an expert on any of this stuff. This is my throw Amir an expert on vaccines when you're saying you don't believe Dan. I'm saying I'm an expert. You're the farthest thing from expert on on on mostly a to end at Northern Illinois University Bachelor's degree I'm I'm not an expert on vaccines but like I read a lot and I am have a what I would consider a healthy skepticism on the on the safety of them. That's not to say they're not safe like people have been vaccinated and it's safe but the fact that it's not a hundred percent and that there's a lot of a lot of anecdotes stories of people that their kids get vaccines Immediately their health goes to goes takes. Turn for the worse. That's the amount of aluminum that has been known to be in. Vaccines is is a is a highly concentrated amount that you that would be unsafe for someone of our size of close to two hundred pounds. Let alone a child.
"bio dome" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The light at the end of the tunnel if we could it would be easier to find a path to that light NBA NHL Major League Baseball each and all trying to map out a way to return to action and maybe baseball has ESPN's Jeff Passan reporting that baseball is zeroing in on a plan that could allow major league baseball to start the season as early as may and it's a plan that has support of high ranking federal public health officials who believe the league can safely operate amid the corona virus pandemic here's our Jeff Passan let's just lay out the plan for straight Major League Baseball would be isolating in Arizona they would be playing games every day at spring training facilities at chase field you might have two or three games today there all of the logistics of creating this bio dome have to happen in order for it to happen so there are so many hurdles that they have to leave through whether it is ensuring the safety and health of the players ensuring the viability of the stones so that they don't go outside of it and potentially infect other people playing the games getting ready for the games to keep the bus drivers of the hotels you know all these questions that need to be answered but what they've got Scott is the backing of federal health officials Major League Baseball now the Major League Baseball Players Association have been in touch with officials from the centers for disease control and prevention as well as the National Institute of health and what they have come to terms with is that the likeliest way that baseball is going to be back in two thousand twenty is if they follow this plan now it's a difficult plan to follow.
"bio dome" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It
"You can't not have paulie shore baggage. I don't yeah his performance in the army. Now from what I remember is a little restrained you know he's still paulie shore doing Polish or things but compared to like this or the weasel. He's a little restraint. 'cause you know he's supposed is to be more of the hero type and so. I was a little surprised by how essentially stoned he is in this but yeah this is is my first time on bio dome duty now this. I actually didn't look up is this Stephen Baldwin's like I said suggestion. What was what's his arc at this point yeah because it's funny like they would have been like hypolito obviously had like at this point. You know these are like not hitting at the box office or whatever but like why were they like pair him with Stephen Baldwin people who knew Alec Baldwin is hot. That's why Alec Baldwin Tall his brother. This is the movie that will kill your career so I'm guessing that's movie. Yes for this movie. Some guessing this this points Stephen Baldwin was already having some success seem involvement had been in Alana things up to this his point including the usual suspects which was ninety five apparently born on the fourth of July yeah. He certainly wasn't a success. The Way that Alec was does Cook could be the hottest man alive at the time man but you know Stephen Baldwin never really got that big right like they had to have been buddies in real life. I feel like I've been like okay. This one. We're going to do together sure was like a child of Hollywood so I yeah maybe they were friends in real life. I hope they were and then they got to make a movie together that no one saw and destroyed their careers that it was worth it because we're here here today talking about it back. We have go fund me for them to at the end of this. You're going to put the link right Senator for Plugs Jack. You're directing reading and writing and starring as both characters and Polish. He's available right. He's in charge of the comedy store and take it over yeah. I know he goes to my girlfriend's. Jim All right yeah that Gold's gym in Hollywood. Everybody check it out CAP. Why do you think most most people don't care for Dome. What's about to low. Why are people going Gaga for by Dome until you watching it as an adult. It's pretty tough watching it as a woman for one. I still love this movie. I love them and you know obviously has a nostalgia factor for me as well L. But on like Oh this is great. There's a great scene the classic scene toward the beginning of the film where r-maine characters bud and doyle oil don't have beds to sleep in in the bio dome and so instead they sneak leak into the beds of the beautiful scientists and begin fondling. I think sleep naked to them is naked yeah and then the begin in funneling them and then women enjoy it for a second because how can you not as a woman enjoy. Somebody's trying don't wake up but the only cub any response to being touched by stranger in your bed. Everyone would react that way so then they're like kick them out in the two man portrayed as like two naughty boys who were trying to sneak in like steel like a jar of jam or something like they're not they're not boys will be boys not as their depict girls not so much on the jam but boys yes well. They are the heroes of this movie right the movies always on their side. They're not environmentalists. Let's put it that way. These guys don't care care about the environment though their girlfriends do they want to pick up trash on earth stupid. They're dating them so yeah I they do. I I when I was watching the movie and Joey Lauren Adams Characters introduced and I said out loud chilly. Lauren Adams is dating Paulie shore and and love will then my girlfriend said she dated the realize when I was like him. I think boy but that was pretty on par. Are you know for movies like that. Then and still yes always have you know the most beautiful women in the world their girlfriends and the girlfriend forgive a lot yeah like at the end scientists or like you know the holiday scientists who eventually like make a move on that eventually these men batter the two women scientists into a form of Stockholm Syndrome where they want. I assume soon that's plausible. Reading I can put on the movie where they now want to have sex with these two men together in the same room. They tease them. They get I'm so hot and then Nigam Peacock and eventually but polly shore the the upstanding here of the film realizes. I've girlfriend makes the noble moving actor. Pauly shore certainly got to make allocated. Let me know for an extended period of time probably did that for an entire day. We get that one no. I don't think all right one move Kylie. Minogue is disappointed she's ever done. That's the biggest discipline not streetfighter is. She said the only movie that her father makes fun of her for was her dad. I probably Glenwood but you know it's hard out there right. This is like her next step. After street fighters street fighter two bio dome. It's like she made that step and then she fell into to a whole. That was not a lot after that right movies. Wise thinks really might have just done it for a lot of people actually now that we're kind of figuring it out. Yeah people generally not like this movie. It's like anybody trying to hire these. Yes Joey Lauren. Adams career never took off past Kevin Smith movies right Adam Sandler Adam Sandler. Wasn't she the one in big daddy she. That is her right yeah. She's adorable. She is a baby boy. Yeah Yeah William Atherton has never be William Atherton deserve deserve to be the biggest star in the world and I'd like to talk about that. Shares your live it. Oh did he die. Imagine somebody who's good is there must be dead right. Just lost him yet. Like that character. I think is a very tragic figure. He's he's still alive. He's seventy one years old for him living in Orange Connecticut him no sorry that's where he was born still lives. Here's the thing the turn of the Scherzer into psychotic maniac it's sort of arbitrary they like it would be great to have an antagonist in this movie now. I don't have one at the beginning is like stuck up scientists kind of in the same vein as as ghostbusters character who's like a stuck up you know like bureaucrat stuck up and thank and but then eventually what we haven't talked about is most of the movie takes place. I want to say like over the first ten days of the Bio Dome right there in the Bio Dome for ten days for the first hour and fifteen minutes and then they find a way out. They decide to throw up window. There was like a thin name of the candidate backdoor in the desert part of the Dome and they get out because the key's just there. If you don't have a key can just literally bust out. The tiny window is the strongest material cereal in the universe but the back door just has key but they did not bust out the window. They could not have busted out the window. You know a strong glass. Just someone left affect me there so they bring hundreds of people into the bio dome to throw a big party in an effort to impress their environmentalist girlfriends. They are not impressed. They're very upset because they've ruined the HOMEO- stasis of the Bio Dome but this is one of the best parts of the movie in my opinion partier after the party already already baby wax playing wax right band abandoned. They're gonNA bounce Halston. They're going to throw the party in the rainforest rainforest part sidebar bands tenacious d appears in this film Jack Black and Kyle Gass. The girlfriends are at a different environmental party. Just on a quad at Arizona Tech Environmental Parties met night in fact they went on a full environmental party Bar Madonna's throwing an environmental enviromental party shows up like a Gogo outfit. She's on that party. These two guys realize that these are the girlfriends friends of the now famous. Bud and oil on TV and they're like Oh. We know these girls like the environment. Let's trick them. What amend tricking women a minute with the women being very easily tricked so these two dufuses throw a party on a quad..
"bio dome" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It
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"bio dome" Discussed on Harmontown
"I was just trying to do my job as a country. Good. Okay. Look. Here's the thing. It's two thousand nineteen like I'm not a big resolution guy. But like something that like I've been really remiss about we've been as we've gone on. We love doing this podcast. It's amazing. We've concretize we've corporated it whatever we're trying to make like a self sufficient like little bio dome of like podcast, everybody that works on it. Hopefully, getting paid to work on it part part of that was like coming up with paperwork and signing contracts arduous process takes the joy out of everything. Of course, you can't just like do something for fun in the someone's going to get into getting fucked over we. We've been trying for years now. Like, we we like, oh, it's business. It's Harmon Joan Inc. And they give this to that prison. That along the way I think one of the funnier things it's like one of our silent partners Kevin day who runs the ins and outs of like, you You know. know, like like pumping the show out. He's he's delegated. I don't. I don't want to make him a target. But he's pretty bitcoin rich. He's kind of he doesn't really need the the bottom line is what a certain point during the incorporation of the podcast. He's sort of like. Yeah. I have a problem. I need some of the money to go away. And we came up with this thing. Kevin. Can you can you come up? Can you come up and talk about our? Kevin Davis Betty. About how to give you money away. So we talked about like because basically like if you were to do nothing at all given your situation if you're taking money from the business venture that we had to create in order to make thing you would get penalized. That's this is a common theme of capitalism. You need a write off you need a thing. And you're like, look, here's the here's something that we can't do both ethically. And legally we can't say to our podcast audience. If you subscribe to the podcast, some of.
"bio dome" Discussed on Harmontown
"I don't want to die at the hands of fuck like I like I want. I want the skies to be filled with planes. I I want I want to go to the airport, and I I want I want people to be standing outside the airport and be like, hey, man. Hey, where you going where are you going? Let me hook you up. What's going on? Here is going grim. Adana get you there. Come on tell you. What you go. It will hold on a second. What's this guy said it's like you'll manual grandma died a fucking hook you up. Like, let me tell you what we're showed a Steve Carell movie. We're gonna fuck and rub your feet like I wanna fucking shop around. It's un-american, right. Spilled so much vodka during this. It's good. Good. By this. No. Agree. Sandwich. Literally like, I understand Draper injury. Your body. You're spilling so much selling you worried about right? You're because you visit your children in Seattle, but you'd have no choice, and then you get on the plane. I thought so peak when I saw them suffocated dog. I was like well that oughta wake up a few Senate hearings are Dan fucking kidding beat a man half to death and dragged him off a plane. These are terrible corporations they get together. And compare just later. Say. I can't hear. Terrified. It you traveling. You hate being at an airport. You hate being on a bike. Can it be both who loves them? I like why is it? Why should they be able to take money from you? Then turn you loose against each other. Like like win Bisco says to half the population or thirty percents of population. Hey, welcome to a new white chocolate juried experience. Like, they don't say, hey, do you like white chocolate? It will take your money. Give us a subscription to chocolate. And if you wanna make sure it's white fight the people that like regular chocolate just fight him for it. Because it's first come first, I almost certain metaphor holes up. Like, the airline industry is the only sheltered totally non capitalistic like fucking sheltered weird bio dome, where classes society is allowed to afraid of flying. Just say thank you, both by the way. How do these fucking sixteen the air? That's the ultimate outrage. You're selling a dream. That's giant metal Sydney the air. Why can't it be both things? Yeah. I fucking travesties. I sling shutting say take it back. You love flying. You love. I don't I love being on the plane mine crafting likely. It's true. You're just terrified of travel or being around other people, you terrifying. But that's being crammed into a small space with other people. But also, he's impressed by corporate entities. That are conspiring to fuck America. I've never seen. That dance before they are hurting people. They're beating them up and killing animals demand. In punched his face until his face was bleeding and dragged him off a plane and the.