35 Burst results for "Bernard"
DOJ Has Been on a 40 Subpoena Blitz
"As you mentioned, 40 subpoenaed DoJ has issued 40 subpoenas over the past week. Wow, that's a lot. So Boris Epstein, Mike Roman, had the phone seized. The actions represent a substantial escalation of the investigation. To which Jodie and I say yay, Dan scavino was one of the people getting a subpoena Bernard Carrick. There's that name again. Oh boy. So can we ask him about using the respite suite for the 9 11 first responders to bang his girlfriend just for fun? I'm sorry. Girlfriends. There were two mistresses that he was banging in the apartment. Once we get once we get them under oath, just to ask them that just for fun. Right, just because it was the anniversary of 9 11. Right. It was two mistresses behind his wife's back at the apartment 9 11 workers. And the other one was a porn star, right? Right. Yes. Okay, so my point is so that it's hard to keep track of all the crimes, right? The subpoena is for the plan to submit the fake electors, right? Some subpoenas also seek information into the activities of the save America political action committee, oh my God, how many separate investigations do is this now? Do you think what I don't understand is given everything we know about Bannon's help us build the wall grift and the save America thing, how is this guy raising a dime? Are there that many stupid people in America? Apparently. Yeah. Well, this guy Clark saying, you know, you lord, you'd think there's less fools in this world. You know, I mean, so why would anybody send them any money now? I know. So at least 20 of the subpoenas sought information about communications with lawyers who took part in the fake electors scheme, including Giuliani and John eastman, I mean, for those of us that have veruca salted about the Department of Justice, it does seem like they are on the move. Does it not? Well, they're driving, they drop paper on Stephen Miller, which is great, right. And they drop paper on Newt Gingrich. And I would sell tickets to watch Newt Gingrich in front of the January 6th
Seahawks survive Russell Wilson's return, top Broncos 17-16
"The Seahawks spoiled Russell Wilson's return to Seattle with a 1716 victory over the Denver Broncos Geno Smith who had to fill in the vacancy when Wilson was traded to the Broncos in the off season passed for 195 yards and two first half touchdowns People can write you off but you know life's about what you make it And so I've just been blessed enough to be in the NFL for ten years and been working my butt off and it's a team game and we got to win tonight as a team Wilson passed for 340 yards and a score as the Broncos piled up 433 total net yards but Denver failed to capitalize turning the ball over twice with fumbles at the Seattle goal line Jim Bernard Seattle
Sid Rosenberg: Please Say a Prayer for Bernard McGuirk
"You guys are great You and Bernard mcguirk and people know Bernard they know I'm from I miss They know him from TV and so forth and so on How long have you known Bernard While I start up in order to name this back in 2000 so we've been friends now mark for 22 years but the news on Bernard is not good for folks who do know who he is and enjoy his work he was on the factor for many years too Tuesday nights were quite gutfeld He's a very sick He's got cancer He has not worked now for a month with me in the mornings He had done pneumonia last week He had an appendicitis attack and his appendix Burks actually a couple of weeks ago So at this point he's very very sick Every radio show Mark Every TV show that I do every public appearance I make I ask everybody to please say a prayer for benign macro It's gotten that bad to be honest Mark So I haven't seen Bernie in 7 months He hasn't worked now in about a month So please if you're out there listening and you know Bernie McGuire like Martha van is saying please say a prayer he could use your plans and love a lot about now
Bernard Shaw, CNN's 1st chief anchor, dies at 82
"Former CNN anchor Bernard Shaw has died of pneumonia in Washington at the age of 82 according to former CNN chief executive Tom Johnson I'm Archie's our letter with a look at his life Bernard Shaw was a former U.S. Marine who became CNN's chief anchor when the network began in 1980 although he moderated a presidential debate and covered Tiananmen Square Shaw became famous for his calm under pressure during the Gulf War Here he is reporting on CNN in 1991 The sky over Baghdad is black You could hear an occasional truck or car go by But you wouldn't know that there's life outside these windows Sean left the business nearly 20 years ago He told NPR it wasn't worth it because of all the things he missed with his family while working
Rep. Marilyn Strickland Says Overturning Roe Is About Control Not Life
"That up the Indiana attorney general Todd rokita has been hit with a formal misconduct complain over his threats to prosecute a Doctor Who performed the abortion on that ten year old. Yeah. They filed a complaint against them. They alleged she intended to harass and intimidate doctor kaitlin Bernard when he falsely insinuated she did not properly file a report. She did report, right? The single networked his decision to publicly disparage her threatened to prosecute her during an interview on Fox News as a major red line, the no attorney general should cross. They said the attorney general was tasked with protecting citizens not going after them without evidence on television. It seems like these Republicans are so eager to get on Fox News that they don't even check. I mean, the original didn't even check that there was a ten year old raped in his state. Could not wait to go on Fox News to call this a lie. When all he had to do was call Columbus police department, correct? No, no, correct. And again, this is why this is not about protecting the sanctity of life. This is about control. It's about controlling women's bodies. It's about controlling our economic opportunities. This is about control. And I said this on the steps of the capitol when we had the presser with speaker Pelosi and Lizzie Fletcher, the other co sponsored bill. And this is about
Dr. Caitlin Bernard Did Not Report Rape of 10-Year-Old to Authorities
"And some big questions being raised about the ten year olds. It turns out there was a ten year old child raped. There was a ten year old child who had to travel to Indiana. I guess on her doctor's orders and I'm hoping there's a lot of scrutiny about this Ohio doctor. This Caitlin would ever her name is because number one reportedly the doctor did not report the rape to the authorities to child protective services to the police as she's required to do as a medical doctor and number two, the reporting out of Ohio suggests that the rapist is a Guatemalan illegal. Here's Jesse watters last night on Fox News pointing out the obvious. Ohio detectives did their part, but there's still a lot of unanswered questions. Besides the girl not needing to cross state lines to Indiana for the abortion and whether the alleged rapist immigration status played any role in the cover up. Caitlin Bernard, the abortion Doctor Who performed the operation in Indiana, has a legal requirement to report the abortion to both child services and the state's health department because a ten year old isn't able to give consent and is therefore a rape victim. And from what we can find out so far, this Indian abortion doctor has covered this up. Failure to report is nothing new though for doctor Bernard. According to reporting from PJ media, she has a history of failing to report child abuse cases. And our sources as trace mentioned are telling Fox that doctor Bernard's employer, Indiana University health, has already filed a HIPAA violation against her. So is a criminal charge next. And will doctor Bernard lose her license?
The Truth About the Ohio Child Rape Case
"Can you take us from the top there? What made you start to question this, Megan? Well, the very first thing that really caught my attention was that this 6 weeks and three days thing was very too on the nose. So was the whole scenario row was just overturned, people had been including Caitlyn Bernard had been predicting terror scenarios, horror scenarios. And then suddenly right on cue, there is one. Now, that's not to say that this doesn't happen or can't happen, or maybe it happened in this situation, I had not considered that there's something I haven't considered a possibility. The possibility is that if this did happen, and we still haven't found any records of it. It's an even worse scenario than a fake story. A fake story would actually be better than if this really did happen. Because the only explanation I can think of for if this did happen, but Ohio doesn't have a record of it. And then Indiana, so far, we haven't got any records, but that doesn't mean they don't have any. We're waiting on foias, from Indiana. Ohio attorney general last night says they don't have anything. Is he also pointed out that they have a life sentence for rapists of children in Ohio.
Is Youth Wasted on the Young?
"So I wrote an essay, my junior year, and I actually think I have it. I can't believe I saved it. I hope I did. And it was all handwritten, and it was never typewritten or anything. And my theme was, I want to prove George Bernard Shaw wrong. So I had learned that George Bernard Shaw said, it's too bad youth is wasted on the young. And my essay was I want to prove sure wrong. That, in my life, youth will not have been wasted on me. Which is a very intelligent point of Shaw, because when you're young, you just don't take life all that seriously, you think you'll live forever, and so on. But I knew I wasn't going to live forever, even as a Jewish high school. And I just thought, I want to make use of the time. I know it's going to fly by. But anyway, I still return to my point. I think the week is the real
'Everything You Need to Know About Abortion for Teens'
"This brand new book, everything you need to know about abortion fatigues. Do they want to know? Well, see, they need to know. That's the point. Because why? Planned Parenthood is preying on them in the schools in high schools. They're on college campuses. So like it or not, they need to know about abortion. So what I do in the books is I store it back and I tell them about normal corby. Sandra Cano. I even tell them about doctor Bernard nathanson, who father Frank and I knew. So I showed them how it was all built on lies. Then I introduced them. And this is what's great. In the middle of the book, they let me put in pictures of the unborn child. Like a baby book. Starting at 7 weeks. So you can't buy the lies, the clump assessment. When you see that, it's extremely. And I challenge the young people, you know what? Why don't you ask your parents for your baby picture starting from when you were in the womb? Because as you know, if you want the baby, everyone's showing the pictures. If not, it's a glob of cells. So I show them the truth, and then I tell them what happens in an abortion. Exactly. Comparing that it's not good medicine. And then I show them the voices of the women who bought the lie from silent no more, and the damage.
Is Biden on the Verge of Losing Hispanic-Black Base?
"Interim, we've been doing some research here about the black and Hispanic voting base, there's an article here from Paul bedard, Washington secrets columnist for the Washington examiner. It's headlined. Biden on the verge of losing Hispanic black base. So there's some new polling that's out of McLaughlin and associates, which is a GOP polling firm. But they are very good at what they do. So, you know, the pieces of fairly good job here in Paul bedard is a great columnist with the examiner. But starting at a former president Trump, we started seeing this erosion of the blue collar Hispanic and black voters. Now, much ink has been spilled much cable time has been devoted to the erosion of the white working class base. This is the if you want to say it's a JD Vance voter in Ohio and West Virginia, Indiana, in the Midwest, right? These are the former union die hards that would vote Democrat, the blue dot Democrats, but they would stick with the Democrat party. We saw that erosion with Trump. Now, much has been made of that move. But what's happening right now is I would call it a tectonic political realignment and we're seeing it because blue collar working class Hispanic and black voters are starting to trick, not even trickle, but to gush says Bernard. Giving Republicans not only a good chance, but a probable, likely slam dunk chance in both the houses of both houses of Congress to quickly lock down their own ruling
"bernard" Discussed on The Bernard Lee Poker Show
"You play the tournament. Do you play the cash? Or is it just focusing on the tournaments? What do you do typically when you're away for that week, week and a half when you're away from the family? Yeah, I kind of get needled by some friends about how I don't really sleep when I'm on the road. If I'm not in a tournament, I'm at a cash game or sit and go table and I'm putting in as many hours as I can just to take it, you know, try to try to make as much money as I can while I'm gone. So, you know, I'm a grinder, I guess. Yeah, yeah. Well, hey, listen, wish you all the best, continue the grind. Hopefully you can turn that into something special this summer as well. And hopefully you can continue this run. All right, thank you Bernard. Perfect pressure mcewan here on the bernardi poker show winning his second ring this past week and when we return, we're going to have our interview that we had with president last year talking about his wins at the little kings and queens, as I said, that was really his breakout win, and you can kind of hear the progression since then to now. And we are closing out our 14th year on the air. Here with this interview with Preston and next week, we're going to kick off our 15th anniversary of the Bernard Lee poker show. We're going to kick it off and it is announced here. We're going to kick it off with somebody else who was celebrating his anniversary. Scott blumstein in celebrating his 5th anniversary for his win in the WSOP main event. He will be my first guess as we kick off our 15th anniversary here on the Bernard le poker show. But when.
How Donald Trump Exposed Editorial Bias
"Right, thanks for joining us. Hey, look, I just talked to Bernard Goldberg. Just maybe about a week ago or so. Author of the seminal book bias. And in that book, he argued at the time that editorial bias was not deliberate, it was just baked in because the viewpoints of so many editors were just informed by liberal groupthink. I speaking to him last week, he is, he says, that was true then, but now it's a deliberate choice to manipulate news for a particular political viewpoint. Is that what you see as well, Ari? 100%. Look, I started as a press secretary on Capitol Hill in the 80s, and everybody knew that the press corps was liberal. They tried to be objective. It was part of their mission to be objective. And they were dedicated to it. That has faded out and away. And it really took Donald Trump to do it.
"bernard" Discussed on The Bernard Lee Poker Show
"So certainly, and the game has been poker was growing really well in Ukraine. And I always had hope for growing live advancing Ukraine at the time because I think it's just a great place for a number of reasons. People are very friendly. It's very cheap and key of was like very tourist friendly. It's an expensive and it was easy to go to, you don't need visas or anything. So it was just easy to go for from all over the world. So I always supported kind of I was always hoping to bring back international poker tournaments. Thank you, crane, but it was always difficult with regulations. But then like a year ago, they actually, you know, they regulated like gambling and poker. So it was actually coming back. And we had a really nice live event that was run just a few months ago. In Kyiv, so yeah, I mean, obviously, before recent events, that's kind of where I was focused on my company. Clash would look at Pagano, mostly. And then also kind of being an ambassador for poker match and doing my best to grow poker. And while I don't play poker professionally love the game and I always my dream was always to kind of play it. Go back to playing it recreationally. Right, right, right, right, right. Which is so funny to hear because so many people, so many of my listeners right now are like, that's what we do. We do recreationally. But it is such a great sport to continue to play and obviously there. And again, I just really want to make sure people who are listening and the show is about to celebrate its 15th anniversary, the Bernard le poker show. And I think that people who have just started listening over the last several years, you may not understand or know this name, but Eugene catch love was one of the best players in the world about ten years ago. $2.5 million in 2011 player of the year, 2007, won over 2.5 million, as I said, one of WPT for over 2.4 million. A WSOP bracelet multiple caches. I'm talking dozens of caches in the World Series. This was a player that was plastered everywhere for about two or three years in the world of poker. You go on poker news. Card player, everywhere, this person was, has been on our show talking about his achievements. Forget what we're about to talk about. So really want to put that in perspective for people who aren't. And by the way, everyone has Google. Go look them up. I mean, you'll know who he is. He's being a little humble as he quickly just glanced through his poker world. We could do a whole show just about that. But we're very pleased that we can talk about his experiences as well. During the invasion, unfortunately, of Ukraine. And his kind of escape from that situation. So we're talking about Eugene castle off here on the Bernard Lee poker show. And you move back, like you said, to the Ukraine..
Florida Teacher Cory Bernaert Sad They Can't Talk About Their Bedroom
"Corey Bernard a teacher and MSNBC today is very concerned Very concerned cut 12 go So do you worry that you won't even be able to talk about your own personal life I have a child in kindergarten right now I know exactly that my child has two teachers One of which has a daughter at home and is single The other is married and has four children I know everything about their lives because my kid tells me Absolutely You don't know everything about their lives They neither do your kids Used to be the government was supposed to stay out of the bedroom Remember that America Stay out of the damn bedroom I was for that Except one more morning Other than that stay out of the bedroom Now can we tell your 5 year old what we're doing in our bedroom Can we please Let's listen to teacher Corey Bernard go ahead You are 100% correct That's what we do with educators We build relationships with our kids And in order to build relationships you talk about your home life You talk about what you do I don't remember my teachers talking about their home lives The rich And we've talked about their home lives with me I didn't even know who their spouses were If they even had spouses Yeah I had building community It scares me that I'm not going to be able to have these conversations with my children Because they're going to ask me what I did on the weekend I don't want to have to hide that my partner and I went paddleboarding this weekend because then they ask well what does partner mean mister entrepreneur And I'm worried can I tell them what it means I'm also worried for my kids I tell them what it means you idiot Just don't tell them what you're doing your bedroom Just don't tell them about genitalia Just don't tell them about the transgender movement
"bernard" Discussed on The Bernard Lee Poker Show
"That as we begin this month of March, which celebrates national women's history month, we will be interviewing several people in the world of poker who have made significant contributions or have one significant prizes or awards recently that are women. We are kicking it off this week with the founder of poker League of Nations. She is also a two time WSOP circuit winner and the poker League of Nations or better known as pawn, is the sponsor of our national women's history month celebration. So we will have Lena Evans on today talking about plan and talking about her career in the world of poker. But we are going to be celebrating with other players who have made a significant contribution. We're going to be talking to the 2021 WSOP ladies championship winner, Laura eisenberg, we're also going to talk to the 2021 MSP TT player of the year, the first time a woman has won player of the year for MSP T, kind of England and how can you talk about women in poker without talking about this woman, the First Lady of poker as dean by Mike Sexton? She is a Hall of Famer and a good friend of the show. We will also have on Linda Johnson during this monthlong celebration. So stay tuned this week, follow me on Twitter, Bernard Lee poker. You can follow me on YouTube, which is Bernard Lee poker, and you can see all of the interviews there on my YouTube page as well. We are going to have a great month and hopefully we will inspire other women to increase the women participation and ultimately the participation and registration and numbers of players in the world of poker. But before we get to our kick-off with Lena Evans, let's talk about the big news of the week. The WSOP schedule for 2022 is out. It was released last week. Let's get you to some of the quick highlights of course you know that it will be held at valleys, Paris, casinos, valleys is going to be renamed to the horseshoe, the events will be taking place back to its normal months, which is right after Memorial Day through mid July. So this year it will be May 31st through July 20th, players will not need to prove vaccination status for this year. The WSOP, of course, was at the Rio since 2005 and now is going to be moving over to the strip. There will be 88 live bracelets 14 online, the braces mostly will be on Sundays when they are online, but they will be obviously at either horseshoe now renamed it from valleys or Paris in their conference centers. Just to give you couple of looks at some of the big highlighted events, of course, the first one will kick it off with the employees event on May 31st..
"bernard" Discussed on The Bernard Lee Poker Show
"Because the Rio is just easy. I know that the OS parking. I know that the Rio has room to accommodate everyone and boom we're done. But I think Bernard that the World Series of poker needs to have a presence on the Las Vegas Strip. And it's about time for that to happen. There's so much space in the Paris and horseshoe convention centers combined. I think it will work out really, really well. Are some of the logistics going to be tough, especially for locals. You have to drive there and to do a strip traffic, and maybe have to park further away. Sure. Is it going to be worth it in the end? I think that the answer is undoubtedly, yes, I've seen a couple of the layouts. It's going to be, I think it's really going to work. And some people are like, well, it's so separated with Paris and which horseshoe. It's not really going to be that way. It's not like Bernard, you play 6 levels of the 1500 over at Paris. And then they're like, okay, we got to move everybody over the horseshoe. You know, they're going to separate it very, very well. And our whole TV setup is just going to be in one convention center. I think it's going to be great. I love love, love the added element of rebranding valleys as the horseshoe. You said it a horseshoe as this unbelievable World Series of poker history. And so overall, I'm just I'm really excited for it. And I kind of love the quick turnaround. You know, we didn't get the World Series for so long. So to get to in 6 or 7 months, I think it's pretty cool. And you know, we're taking this towards the end of February and it's like, oh my God, the schedules about to be released and we're just going to be there talking to each other in Vegas. That's really cool for me..
Eric and Larry Taunton Discuss New Film 'Mr. Jones'
"To ask you, have you seen a film called mister Jones? And Jessica Holland was a director. I have. I saw it last night with Suzanne, and I thought, I didn't anticipate that it would be particularly good or interesting. I certainly didn't anticipate that it would speak to where we are today, it's not a film for the whole family. There's some nudity and stuff. But what a brilliant film and what an indictment of the left leaning non journalists at The New York Times and at other places, willing to promote a narrative that is nothing less than evil. I was astonished that I hadn't heard more of the film before because it really speaks to where we are today, how the journalists have the sacred role and if they abdicate millions die, let's just say it that way. Well, interestingly enough, Eric, one of the first articles I ever published was telling that particular story long before this film was made. A piece that is titled a famine of truth. And what the film doesn't tell you, some of the backstory, this deals with stalinist Russia for our listeners today and George Bernard Shaw, who was a radical communist. George Bernard Shaw was invited on a tour of stalinist Russia in 1931 and he came back and he said that Stalin had created the nearest thing to a society had Christ returned to earth. This was a kind of language that he was using. And when he was asked about the people that Stalin was killing the purges, collectivization, this kind of thing. He said, well, yes, but he's killing the right people. Well, another man went to Russia at the same time, and that was Malcolm munger ridge. Malcolm mugridge was, you know, had had roots to the Fabian society. He was a socialist. He was an atheist. He and his wife moved there free love all this kind of stuff. They bought into the socialist lie, the way many young people are in this country today. But it least mugger ridge was intellectually honest. And he began hearing stories of a great famine in the Ukraine. And they weren't allowed to go there, but mugger got away from his NKVD that is to say the KGB handlers of that era. And he went to Ukraine. And they're in Ukraine. He saw millions starving to death, cannibalizing one another. And this was, by the way, a state engineered famine. It was a false famine. It was one that was brought about deliberately by the state. And we're moving in that kind of direction. By the
"bernard" Discussed on The Bernard Lee Poker Show
"App now. Welcome back to the Bernard Lee poker show. We are talking with the 2021 WSOP no limit hold them player of the year. That's right, not just player of the year, of course we had Josh REA to kick off 2022, but this is the WSOP no limit player of the year. He had 9 cashes in the WSOP in 2021, one over a $1 million and also two bracelets, the 5 K, 6 max and also the little one for one drop. Those two combined was almost a $1 million and now he takes home that player of the year title. Let's talk a little bit about the 5 K 6 max first. This is a very, very tough field. I've played in it before. It's not over a thousand players. This year is only 604 players. You look around, it's everyone. This is a very, very elite. If you, as a poker player, want to challenge yourself. And can not afford to buy into the 25 K or the hundred K buy in. And I'm not saying you wouldn't challenge yourself in the main event. But the main event is not a field where every single person at the table is a solid player. Or the majority of them are. If you want to challenge yourself, the 5 K 6 max to me is a doable price point. Again, we're talking about World Series, right? 5 K is not outrageous. It's not cheap. I'm not saying for people who play regularly $20 buy ins that it's a cheap event. That's not my point. But in the world of the WSOP where $1500 events are kind of the lowest buy in, a 5 K is not crazy. But you want to challenge yourself and you want to play against some of the best players in the world. I think I've said this before..
"bernard" Discussed on The Bernard Lee Poker Show
"Welcome to the Bernard Lee poker show here on February 8th. I hope you enjoyed my interview last week with the 2021 poker Hall of Fame inductee Eliza really had a great time talking to our good friend as he talked about, not only getting inducted into the poker Hall of Fame, but really kind of a walk down memory lane even from reminiscing about our show as he was one of our early guests way back when and we're about to celebrate our 15th anniversary so you can imagine how far back it was. But he also talks about his favorite mixed games and also a lot of the players that he has played in over the years Doyle Brunson stewie unger Billy Baxter Daniel nigra. And I really love the discussion about the high stakes poker and how that kind of all came about and really kind of how he became known to the general poker population. Follow me on Twitter Bernard Lee poker as you will have a chance to win the autobiography of Elias pulling the trigger and also follow me on YouTube again Bernard Lee poker as you will have a chance to win a copy of his book. Ellie Eliza is the 2021 poker Hall of Fame inductee and he's also a four time W show bracelet winner. So from one fourth time WSOP bracelet winner, to another, this week's guest will be Brian young. He is a four time WSOP bracelet winner as he won his fourth this past 2021 WSOP as he won it in the $10,000 championship limit, due to 7 lowball triple drop event. He wanted for almost a quarter, $1 million, but as I mentioned before, he is a four time bracelet winner. Many of you might not know who he is, but he has won three other bracelets prior to this year and a couple of them were very large events first one 2013 in the little one for one drop, which is the $1111 buy in. And it was a massive field that he beat out 4756 players to win over 663,000. He won the 5000 no limit hold them in 2014 for over 600,000 again. And then in 2017, won the $1500 no limit hold up monster stack event. This one had a huge field as well. 6716 people he won over a million dollars. So it would be great talking with this week's four time WSOP. Bracelet winner when we return, we will have Brian good on the show as we continue the 14th anniversary celebration and we are closing in on the 15th.
No. 7 Arizona grinds out 76-66 win over No. 3 UCLA
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"bernard" Discussed on The Bernard Lee Poker Show
"We are so honored to have the 2021 poker Hall of Fame inductee. Mister Ellie, a leisure, very good friend of the show. We've had him on pretty much since the beginning of the show back in the days when we were actually live on the radio. Back in the days where there wasn't such a thing as a podcast, by the way. And you are listening here on the Bernard Lee poker show. And it's incredible over these 15 years. We have gone with the times. We are still on the radio here in the Boston area..
John Perkins Describes His Journey to Jesus During the Civil Rights Era
"I'm talking to John M Perkins who at this point is one of the last witnesses of the civil rights era and he writes about it in his book Canada, joy. The subtitle is the ridiculous paradox of suffering. I want to get to that. But John, you were talking about your brother was killed by a cop. This is one of these classic situations that you hear about a nightmare. That there was so much violence that you left the area. And then in the 1950s, Emmett Till is murdered, all kinds of things are going on, but it was during that period that you came to faith in Jesus and it changed everything for you, at least that's what it sounds like. It did. It changed everything. And he was at a good news club in Southern California that was held in our home and in the community. And in a neighborhood. He first went to the club and went to Kurt and he came to teach them battle class. And then when I heard that God loved all the children of the world, reading yellow, black and white, it was all over. I saw a whole new reality in the milk of religion and religion had accommodated all of that that was going on. And black was not able to separate, but Inca, that's a triple. You can't get there from here. You can't get that from here. It's too expensive. And you call it colts society and make quite that for the world, and now we are mad with the minorities. Well, it was Bernard is going to be able to spend it.
Tom Brady notches 35th postseason win, 85th postseason touchdown pass
"The the Tampa Tampa Bay Bay Buccaneers Buccaneers scored scored the the first first thirty thirty one one points points of of the the game game and and coasted coasted to to a a thirty thirty one one to to fifteen fifteen victory victory over over the the Philadelphia Philadelphia eagles eagles in in the the NFC NFC wild wild card card round round of of the the playoffs playoffs Tom Tom Brady Brady completed completed twenty twenty nine nine of of thirty thirty seven seven passes passes for for two two hundred hundred seventy seventy one one yards yards and and two two touchdowns touchdowns to to Shawn Shawn Vaughn Vaughn and and Giovanni Giovanni Bernard Bernard each each ran ran for for a a score score the the bucs bucs defense defense held held the the eagles eagles vaunted vaunted running running game game to to ninety ninety five five yards yards on on the the day day eagles eagles quarterback quarterback Jaylen Jaylen hurts hurts ran ran for for thirty thirty nine nine yards yards and and passed passed for for two two hundred hundred fifty fifty eight eight what what was was intercepted intercepted twice twice on on Tom Tom Aikens Aikens the the Tampa Tampa Bay Bay Buccaneers Buccaneers scored scored the the first first thirty thirty one one points points of of the the game game and and coasted coasted to to a a thirty thirty one one to to fifteen fifteen victory victory over over the the Philadelphia Philadelphia eagles eagles in in the the NFC NFC wild wild card card round round of of the the playoffs playoffs Tom Tom Brady Brady completed completed twenty twenty nine nine of of thirty thirty seven seven passes passes for for two two hundred hundred seventy seventy one one yards yards and and two two touchdowns touchdowns to to Shawn Shawn Vaughn Vaughn and and Giovanni Giovanni Bernard Bernard each each ran ran for for a a score score the the
Who Is Lt. Col. Allen West?
"Lieutenant colonel Alan west is at you. This is me and it's good to be with you Eric and it's good to see you again and just want to wish you a happy new year. Happy new year to you. I really, I'm excited to talk to you. But, you know, as much as I've admired you over the years, the idea that you're running to be governor of Texas is hugely exciting. So I really want to talk to you about that. I want to talk to you about yesterday and the January 6th, which my head's going to explode with anger at how the left has been portraying that in cooperation with the quote unquote mainstream media and the conservative media. But let's just talk about you. Some people know you, some people don't, where did you grow up? What you've got an amazing background obviously being a lieutenant colonel being a member of Congress. Tell us a little bit about yourself if you would. Well, I was born in 1961 and the inner city of Atlanta, Georgia and the blacks only hospital. I grew up in the same neighborhood that produced doctor marvelous the king junior is called the old fourth ward neighborhood in Atlanta. My elementary school was right across the street from ebenezer baptist church. I had two fantastic parents. My father was a World War II veteran, an army Corporal served in the European theater of operations and my mother did a little over 25 years of civilian service to a Marine Corps headquarters there in Atlanta. My older brother was a marine in Vietnam at the age of 15, my dad challenged me to be the first officer in the family because he and my older brother were both enlisted. So I started wearing a uniform back in 1976 in high school junior ROTC. And then I went out to the university of Tennessee and on 31, July 1982 I was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the army in the field artillery, and I served 22 years active duty in United States Army 13 different countries three different combat zones. I retired in August of 2004, been married for 32 years, my wife, her dad also was career army, 24 years. He's buried in all of the national cemetery. He served two tours of duty in Vietnam. We have two daughters. Our oldest is 28, and that's Aubrey. The youngest is 25, that's Austin, and we have one grandson. His name is Jackson Bernard, and he is 7 months
"bernard" Discussed on The Bernard Lee Poker Show
"If he's got something you may even chuck raise me, you know what I mean? I let out because I know he's getting paid 6 to one. We just put in three bets on the pre flop. And I'm putting in one bet on the flop. He's calling me no matter what he has. Right. I don't think that he puts me on an 8. You know, I three bet pre flop, what hands three bat pre flop with an 8 inch, not very many. Pocket 8s do, but that's pretty rare. So I don't think he gives me anything, and he's getting paid 6 to one for the single bed. So I was very confident that he was going to call that that. Right. I believe that the turn from the four hearts? Yeah, turn comes four of hearts, so it completes the flush. Right. He has, so everyone knows, he has king four. So now he's suddenly gets tremendous value. If you don't have an 8 and you have blank blank two over cards, whatever, suddenly he's a monster in this flushed a scare him potentially a little bit. You bet he actually thinks a little bit calls. Right. The river is the ace of clubs, which is probably the worst car. Not the worst, but a very bad card for him and you because you want to make sure you get the complete value. I mean, like, I do have diamonds. He just snapped calls. He doesn't even think about it, right? Doesn't even worry about it, right? I mean, God, there's even a chance he could raise you for the love of God, right? So like, but that ace is horrible because if he's thinking, you've got two overs and that four is good, oh, crap. He might have just gotten there. And he talks himself. I mean, it was a tank. It was interesting. What are you going through during that tank? Please go please go, please go. What are you thinking? Well, please have the flush. Please have the flush. I hope I'm hoping that he's thinking about thinking about race. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Don't always know whether it's the full tank or the raised tank. Right. Right. It felt like the full tank, though, pretty quickly on. I mean, he can kind of give away his pelvis at that point because he knows he's either folding or calling. So if I figure out what his hand is, there's nothing there. So he let his guard down a little bit at that point. And then I was like, oh, shoot. This is a, this is a fold or call tank. Hopefully he calls. I don't know what he has here, but that ace suddenly looks like a bad card. I actually felt like every card was a good card for me. 'cause I was like, I mean, obviously like flopping quads. That's a wonderful feeling. Of course. The turn comes the four of hearts. I'm like, if he has any heart in his hand, he's now getting paid four to one. Right. And he could have an over at the hard or whatever. So I'm thinking he's gonna call me again. That's why I keep leading now. And I'm afraid he's gonna check behind. So that's why I keep leading up. And I'm hoping he hit the hearts. So I'm hoping for the raise obviously. And then the ace comes, I'm like, well, he raised pre flop, good chance he has an ace in his hand. I almost went for the check raise on the river. Thinking that he did have an ace. But I just decided for whatever reason that I don't know. I don't want him checking behind. I want to get the maximum value I can not. But that was the only street I consider checking was I did not consider checking the flop at all because I know he's paying me every time. The turn there was just I was afraid he would fold the turn, but I was just like, there's so many hands that he has to call. Any part, any pair, you know, there's a lot of hands he has to call there, and then the river, I was like, oh, hopefully he hit an ace. Right. Once that ace is, you must have been like, oh God, please, oh God, please let that happen. Right. In the moment I thought every card was good for me. And then when he thought on the ace, I was like, oh, shoot, that he should. I mean, I don't know what he's supposed to do. That's a really tough spot with the fours. The ace, he's almost always buried when I three flop in the face. But as we talked about in the limit, he's now getting paid what 5 to one, 6 to one? Yeah. It was incredible. Right. Well, that's there. And yeah, I mean, it was probably like 6 to one or something like that. And the difficult thing was the three bet, right? So you could see it. He was trying to convince himself. There's no way that I'm going to win. It was a bad card. Any other car? Literally, any other card Instagram. You're safe. Any other maybe a heart hurts you because he didn't have a heart, right? So that could have hurt you. But any other card I honestly think you snap calls. Like anything. 9, ten, yeah, he's like, whatever. Okay, if you have me, that kind of thing. You know? And that was the one card where he was like, you know, that kind of thing. That was sucked if he, if he folded, obviously on that one. Did you feel like I don't want to say that you had it at that point? Because you were still not a chip leader at that point. But did you suddenly start feeling like, this might be my day? At that moment, I felt that way woking up and nothing really nothing really. So I was feeling confident going in. I was certainly, I was not sure I was going to win the tournament until the 9 clubs hit the river on the final hand and my king high held good. Koshy was a very good player very strong. If he gets a run of cards, he's going to be able to run me over and you know, you're stuck. When you're playing heads up, hold them. Luck factor is huge. And he's a very good player. And if he gets a little bit of luck, think can swing very quickly. You're really at that moment, you're really, especially two really good players. You're really kind of almost at the mercy of the cards because there's like nothing. Like if he gets good cards and you don't, it doesn't matter, sorry, you're gonna lose and vice versa. You know what I mean? Like, it just kind of it's just what it is. You know, what could it be? You know, you could have like the worst scenarios you're gonna flop quad 8s and he had he literally missed completely and like you said, he would probably never fold there, but on the turn, if it's like the 9 of diamonds, he mucks, and that's it, right? And you don't get that 320,000 extra chips, which doesn't sound like a lot but it sure hell is. Still something significant, you know? I've got too close to even. Yeah, every big bet was huge. Right. At that stage of the game, every hand was critical, if especially if you're going to the turn of the river, right? Absolutely. Yep. Sorry, my battery's a little lower. No, no worries, don't worry. So just wrapping it up right now. Congratulations any more interested in going out. You're gonna go is this a now an annual event? Like you gotta play this event every single time. You know, people say it all the time. Like, I want it. Now I gotta play every year. You know, is this something or is it like, nah, if I go to the series all the way, but I'm not gonna make it, you know, I have to do this. I plan to play it next year. I guess I'll leave it at that. Gotcha. Gotcha. All right, congratulations. Fantastic. Win. Great for new englander. From Stanford Connecticut and to take down your first bracelet, congratulations and all the best, my friend. Thank you very much. Thank you, Brandon. Bernard Bernard. I had no problem. Edit that. Ryan Hansen here on the Bernard Lee poker, Bernard Lee poker show. We congratulate him winning his bracelet. We'll have more. Winners and more news about the World Series of poker, but as always, you always go in with the best hand and may you never get unlucky. Good night, everybody..
No. 7 Oregon avoids stumble, rallies to top Washington 26-16
"The Oregon ducks recovered from a slow start to post a twenty six sixteen win over the Washington Huskies the college football players number four ranked team trail nine three in the first quarter but Travis dye rushed for two eleven yards and a touchdown as the ducks methodically surged ahead Oregon rushed for three hundred twenty nine yards in the game while the defense held the Huskies to just one hundred sixty six yards total offense in seven first downs Anthony brown accounted for the ducks other two touchdowns with a thirty one yard pass to Devin Williams and a two yard run Jim Bernard Seattle
"bernard" Discussed on The Bernard Lee Poker Show
"Welcome back to the Bernard Lee poker show. We are always thrilled to have this gentleman on the show, he is one of the most popular players and obviously one of the most decorated and famous players out there, poker Hall of Famer, 6 time bracelet winner, over $40 million in a career earnings and a recent winner not only one time, but two time winner at the poker go studio. Welcome back to the show Daniel lagrand. Daniel, thanks for joining us. Once again here on the Bernard le poker show. Always a pleasure, sir..
"bernard" Discussed on The Bernard Lee Poker Show
"Right now. This gentleman, I have been talking for a while and have known each other for a while, but met 5 years ago, I can't believe it was 5 years ago. At the WSO P, it was his first time ever coming. And this year he has something very exciting where he is holding his inaugural mix game festival. It started on October 4th and will run through October 7th where they were going to have a they are going to have a $200 horse tournament where the winner will win a platinum pass to the poker stars players championship. That's a $30,000 value, an incredible tournament that they're going to be having at the westgate in Las Vegas. He'll talk more about that during our interview, but welcome to the show, Robbie, shrink, Robbie. Thanks for joining us. Once again, my pleasure Bernard, one of my favorite shows in the media sphere in one of my favorite people. Thanks for having me on. I appreciate it. And of course, again, thank you for being on the show. Again, you've been on the show many different roles, obviously, being a guest you've actually had helped host it and flip the tables. I remember a couple times as well. But, you know, the World Series, now it's 2021, obviously it was on a hiatus last year because of the pandemic. It's back, have you. I know you're at the westgate for the mixed game, a festival, but have you gone to the Rio to see and check out the World Series so far? Yeah, it's like moths to a lightbulb, you know? In the World Series going on, you have to go there. That was one of my first stops. I've been there twice now. And it's nice. You know, it's kind of that feeling of getting on a bike again. If that old familiarity and you know, everyone's wearing masks when they're walking around, but you know, you've seen those faces and the characters and, you know, I even missed hearing bad beat stories in the hallways..
"bernard" Discussed on The Bernard D'sa Talk Show
"For g. You are you while while van and the listeners if you have any queries that we want to ask the doctor. The indicate tweets gumi or drop him a text. I'm sure he'll be more than happy to announce to all your qualities. Absolutely it'll be my pleasure. And i hope you guys have read the madan secret and the residents of india or very good news. Coming up that the madonna secret is going to be launched officially in india as well. Yes yes and you are my arner. It it's going to be a deal between the raindrops books and pandora publishing direct many so excited so very very soon the links would be out from amazon flip. God mitchell website. You would like to buy out about from online websites in. I'm the one to be blamed for the delay. Because i'm crossing the ts. Dotting the is and it's a very process while i'm doing fifty thousand different things than remodeling. It's a it's an interesting logistical event. That's yeah i and maybe we have chance any them later. We would discuss about your garden that you showed me on video You're absolutely you know. I don't know if this is capable of creating a video event is it. Does it all audio levy. Could we could do a widow event as well okay. That would be great in my garden. Right a doxa directly hosted from your guidance. Wouldn't that be interesting and we could even read a book out of that. Call the garden of dreams. While i like. I like this conversation. You know a lot of ideas popping. And i also want to be a motivational speaker. I i guess. Many people listening to the stock would also be inspired to be either a writer or speaker as you said. Just do it. Don't have you see bernard. I have to tell you something you by writing your books already a motivational speaker. Anyone going hold to. The family is already a motivator. When you have to be at your job and your friends depress. You are already a motivator and way back to your village or you go back to your community and you find that people are down. You're the first one that will be there as a motivator and that's what's separate you must have a love of him. A good motivator. If you don't love people is going to be very difficult right on the thank you so much for being on the show i you have. A great great does pleasure. We'll talk again soon. Bernard shaw thank you so much bye bye..
"bernard" Discussed on The Bernard Lee Poker Show
"Because for me when i was at the final table doing the commentary for the obvious. Opiates pretty easy right. It's jesse fulla niche. Bernard lee is kevin mathers. It's jeff clad like these are the people who are at the final table. Jump on hendin mob jump on. Wbz dot com. Here's their braces here. Their rings here their caches. They don't have any caches. Okay but they're from spokane washington from council bluffs iowa from boston master wherever they are. It's pretty easy. Don't get me wrong online. You still can. Pocket has a lot of them as well but sometimes not as easy. You don't know their names etc are when you jump on ice you no one's literally handing you a sheet there. Jesus you're right like you know there's no call there's no there's no script to me. No i do bernard. I am poker news. You know we've been covering these online w..
"bernard" Discussed on The Bernard Lee Poker Show
"That's like go to casinos that you know. This is the one where i really like. Yeah honestly once you reach like five ten no limit level and and twenty area you you kind of need to be on the lookout for some private games. You can definitely survive with mixing in some five hundred ten twenty appalachia And occasionally like their games will break out at the win on the weekends and things like that But you definitely should be mixing you should be on the lookout for some private games And mixing those in as well. So i play some private games on apps and if if someone has a decent like for me like a great private game would be something. Live the bike or something like hustler casino. Assemble a good lineup. I have a platform on youtube. So they'll they'll invite me to these games. Sure got invited to play w. p. t. Fifty one hundred hundred game. I sold action to play in that game. Because i did not want to miss the opportunity. There was a businessman in the game. That had lost one hundred thousand so like because i have this platform. Now i'm able to stay on top of these. Invite only games some of these private club games. I still mix in the casino games. But it's it's tough man. You gotta you gotta really put yourself out there to find the good games. And and even when i do get in the game. There's no guarantee i'm gonna win. I gotta stop my study. You know right as i stay on top of my study is i- i- stake in a coach. Some people and that kind of keeps me talking poker. They have questions for me all the time. If i'm not sure on something. I go to my brother. My not sure on something. He goes to his coach. Who's who's a a nosebleed high roller. So we kind of have this ecosystem of the support that we kind of roll through when we come back. We're going to talk more with johnny about his tremendous success on youtube and talk about how that has really kind of taken over a lot of his time as well. We'll talk with that when we return here. On the bernard lee poker show. This is johnny professional poker player youtube blogger. And you are listening to the bernard lee.
"bernard" Discussed on The Bernard Lee Poker Show
"It's always been it's always been nice to you. Know he's he's great poker. Mind himself but just as the brother aspect i mean we were. We've been so close my whole life and to have him there in exchange that experience with him was just. i mean. Those are the things that i'll remember you know. I'm not going to remember the hands. That i played or you know the trophy the money. I'm sure is great and you know that that'll run. Its course but when. I look back on my life. When i'm on my deathbed i'll remember him tackling me. I'll remember my mom in my my wife and my unborn child like pressing up against me again. This big huddle and you know. I know it sounds a bit cheesy but yeah sure you know like the money in whatever but i mean that's been true about any of the big moments in my career Just having those people there has been the most important thing to me so yeah very special. It is so fantastic for you had friends and family. There will also be very fortunate. We'll have johnny on as a guest in the upcoming weeks as well and we'll get his take on the experience of it but when we come back we're going to talk more with anger about the tournament itself and that ultimate moment when he took down the title as twenty twenty one win millions of main event champion while we return here as we continue the fourteenth anniversary. Celebration of the bernard lee poker show. Hello this is andrew moreno twenty twenty one win millions main event champion. And you're listening. To the bernard lee poker show donkey would come pre flop bet with a two-stroke. Hey do strays my lucky hand. And besides they were suited man. I played that hand..
"bernard" Discussed on The Bernard Bergan Podcast
"Into another episode of the Bernard Bergin podcast. I am excited to come to you just a bit later in the day because I think we are all dealing with the flexibility that allows us to continue moving forward and I am myself. I hope that all is well in your homes and your families and your businesses and that you are looking beyond this moment to the opportunities that only exists because of what. We're all walking through now. I know that things can feel scary. I know that things can be a bit. Disheartening even challenging. But what? I want to make sure that you are aware of. Is that despite the challenges. Despite the shift in seasons there are some foundational truths that you could stand on some foundational truths that you can stand on. And one of those things I think is the currency that is family the currency. I know when I say currency. Of course many of us are going to think about money. Many of us are going to think about spending time versus investing time but when. I say currency I want you to. I hear the word. Current AS INTELLECT TRINITY. As in a pulling force that improper usages. I don't think usage is a word but we're going to go with it that in its proper use it brightens the lives of those who learned to harness it in its proper use. It brightens the lives of those who harness it now. How are you harnessing the currency of family in your life in your home? How are you? Harnessing the currency of family non my family we had to virtual family reunions and means fifty or more of us from twelve years old all the way up to my grandma who's in her eighty s just got on a zoom call and we just enjoyed each other's company virtually and now while many of those same people just because of the business of life failed to make many of the plant family reunions or family get togethers. This was almost a shutout where everyone who was anyone in my family attended there. Were some sprinkles here and there. But for the most part this was a true family reunion and the sense of aunties uncles cousins spouses. Children Nieces nephews grandchildren. Great grandchildren are all in the same space. And this time virtually and just really connecting really hearing the heartbeat of the family and I think by seeing family for what it really is. Then we start to appreciate the currency that is family. How family can uplift you. How family can recharge you. How family can reconnect you. How family can electrify you to pursue the directions that you were going into in a new way. And that's what I have to remind you of today to not make the excuse of spending time or being annoyed by the opportunity to love and serve in your family but to truly see this as a rare moment and take advantage of the things you can only do because of what's going on right now as is my custom. I want to give you a Bible verse that for me. Ties this all together and it's Colossians. Three thirteen says bear with each other and forgive one another if anyone has a grievance against someone forgive as the Creator. Forgive you and we know that when it's time for families to unite when it's time for families to reunite as in a family reunion a lot of what occurs as the unforgiveness. That's what causes us not to walk over. That Bridge of reconciliation is places that we feel that someone stepped on our toes or really spilled our milk and didn't apologize in a satisfactory way enough and guys. There's someone in my life in my community who recently lost a loved one recently lost a loved one and in this moment of need. He reminded everyone to check on those. You love and care about to forgive to move on to heal. Why because at the end of the day you don't know when it's their time and you don't know when it's your time so you have to maximize the moment that is today and enjoy whoever that family member is for who they are and what they bring to the for who they are and what they bring to the table. The truth is they won't always be with US and you won't always be able to make those connections all right guys as we dive a bit deeper and the currency that is family. Here's a quote that I need. I need to resonate in your heart and this is by Richard Bach and it says the bond that links your true family is not one of blood but of respect and joy in each other's life the bond that links your true family is not one of blood but of respect and joy in each other's life reflect on that reflect on. What truly links you to those. You call family. Is there still joy? Is there still belief that they can be who they said they can be? That's what should link you and yes. I know that there are challenging times in every relationship in every situation. But let's take this time to reflect on the importance of life and the importance of gathering and more importantly the importance of doing life together as I wrap this episode. I just want to remind you that there are opportunities in crisis and opportunities that only exist when we are in crisis for my family that meant doing a virtual family reunion and we were able to connect laugh build see the heartbeat of each other and truly know that we are valued and valuable to someone and I think for many. That's more than enough to have made all that. Were growing through worth the effort. Our guys if you need me text me. Call me hop on the website. Fill out the contact form. Let me know how I can serve you during this time from my family to yours. We love you bless. Keep doing the hard work..
"bernard" Discussed on The Bernard Bergan Podcast
"Good morning and welcome again to another episode of the Bernard Bergen. Podcasts Harry are it is March twenty twenty so the first quarter of the year is almost over. Are you still on track or are you playing catch up? One of the reasons I'm asking that is when I meet with clients when I talked to individuals right now. January's over February's over were right here in March what. I clearly realize. It's right here. That many of US lose momentum. It's right here. In March that many of us starts to have competing parties and one of the things you have to ask yourself quite consistently is what changed because if he could focus on what change mindset some health strategies. Then you can reassess the momentum you have. Maybe they're thinking you need to start doing again. Maybe there's things you need to stop doing so that your momentum picks up only three months into new decade but what I'm hearing consistently is that people have lost focus. Some people have let urgency's things that show up that demand your attention take the place of priorities and when that occurs my challenge to you is stop what you're doing. Assess where you're at and just really focused on. What did you start doing and what you stopped doing now for me as I look at my process what I've learned in just studying myself is that while I'm expanding and connecting with people in a more organic way that has taken time away for my quiet time my meditation time and Yes while I can still get those strategies in my meditation. My quiet time. The amount of time has changed and the amount of results that I get from. Those quiet spaces has also changed so for me. The one thing that I'm going to do to close out march to prepare for cute to is put more quiet time on my calendar. Now that's an example of self assessing. What is your example? What can you look at and see that you started doing this? And it's caused some negative results or you stop doing this. And it's caused some negative results. I don't want this episode to be something that she just listened to you. Nod Your head me say. Wow that was great information. I want you to turn the momentum so that ask you to shows up. You are right where you need to be with. Focus challenging yourself. Stay consistent with your priorities and truly dialing in. What makes you great at what you bring to the marketplace? The more I do this the more I self assess the more I doubt in what makes me great to the marketplace my family and the ripple effect my community benefits and has to ripple effect continues. Mike country benefits and the world benefits. I think so many times we want to do something great. And we want to start with the great idea the great strategy and it's the small things that build momentum that leads to the big things so as I wrap this episode. I WANNA ask you. What are you doing that you need to do? More of that laments going. What are you doing that you need to do? Less of shifts strategy shift your focus. And lastly what can you dial in on like for me? It's my quiet time. I need more quiet time on my calendar that will shift. Not just how you're thinking. But how are you are executing how you are getting things done if you need any help with these strategies any help with this type of self assessment? Reach out to me as someone who gets to coach and walk through certain seasons of life with other human beings I am telling you the ability to self assess in each step of the way. Step of your journey is what will keep you locked in to those distant shores that you are destined to reach..
"bernard" Discussed on The Bernard Bergan Podcast
"Diligently to overcome my abundance blocks I saw my income double sometimes double in the same year sometimes double in the same month because I wasn't shutting down the opportunities for me need to truly earn and attract the things that I wanted in my life I saw my influence grow exponentially more importantly I saw the impact it had on my family family and it was so amazing because I thought it was more work that I needed to do when the truth was I needed to get those blocks out of my life now. Think of all the Oprah has accomplished what if she hid adopted that block at four at four it would have taken her life in a totally different trajectory. I'm challenging you to look at. Where are there still might be some blocks for some of? You've already done this hard work but if you still have some of those blocks take some time this week in truly address them so you can walk into the infinite because if you believe there's limits your blocking your abundance a truth is you tune into abundance. It's not got something you work for or acquire you have to tune into it and many of us are just out of tune with what's possible and what I saw my own life was that when I was bold enough to ass grounded enough to affirm and intentional about the actions I took Ben Abundance in overflow was my dealer reality. This is what my day look like. Today I had a rap mine silent meditation retreat and when I got free of that was harsha came back from grocery shop in we just spent the day together. That was because of abundance. I remember a time in our lives that we saw each other walking out the door and we saw each other because we slept in the same bed eh. It was never enough money because we were bold enough to cultivate abundance which is simple. You Ask for what you want you affirm what shows up and then take intentional action. So you ask you affirm and you take action. You are listening to Bernard Bergen podcasts. Do not adjust your air pots. Everything I say will challenge you to grow.