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"beyer" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"Be right back with more off the vine. Therapy. Legal performance to three or five, but the said Mr Worldwide. Tom. I had a real name. podcast from negative to positive that you could catch on apple podcast podcast. spotify flow should've rattle. I don't even know if you know how much they play on the Roy anywhere my brother no matter how much bread we made off can't take with right how many houses 'cause whatever we acquired can't take with I said, anything we make is always the give back dot. Why are we starting podcast? Well, it's real simple with the Times that we're living in right now in the world I think you need to be motivated inspired educating aware Positive. So what I'm here is just a motivate the world and let them know we talk because. You hear the truth before to the podcast of four showing job teaching you how to take it from a negative to a positive. So get rid from negative to positive, which you could catch on apple podcast podcast one in spotify. Now off divide. Great there. I WANNA just.
"beyer" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"You started helping people around you once you beyond hill yourself like you said earlier and how that evolved to where you're at today like you speak at a lot of college campuses which I'm assuming a great audience to hear your message But but yet look how has that evolved into what you do now today. Definitely, it started with that conversation piece like I mentioned previously, it was just having conversations with people in see how much they were impacted positively by me opening up about my stories. It was really the same thing that I said at the beginning. If I can get up on stage and talk about mental health struggles navy that will give someone else the courage to reach cal or say that they're struggling or help their friend to give them the tools that they need as I started speaking to larger and larger groups and like you said I do speak San College campuses now wishes fantastic because that is the age at which I was struggling that is the age at which. Your, stepping out into the world on your own how do you handle this? How do you handle it when your friend comes up to you and says, they're struggling so I, love doing that in the I actually wrote a book about trauma healing as well, which talks about different national in integrative therapies that basically aren't talk therapy. So for me after that relationship in high school, I went to one day of talk therapy and was so uncomfortable with the thing that I literally ran out of the building and I never went back to their really and yes, like actually ran like hid in the bathroom and then ran out of the building because I was so uncomfortable with. And I truly believe that my journey would have been a lot smoother and a lot better and a lot quicker to heal if I would have had that professional support. So started thinking I was like, okay. especially, in populations like military community is hundred communities of which part of I was like they don't want to talk therapy. There's so much stigma around that but there has to be other ways to heal and kind of led me to all these different therapies like equine assisted therapy, echo therapy, dance therapy, different things like that, and so I wrote that book as kind of a guide to everything..
Oakland School Board Votes To Eliminate Its Police Department
"The fund the police that's what the open unified school district opted to do this weekend there's plenty of support for the limiting cops on campus there we get more now from KCBS is Jim Taylor the unanimous vote this week in favor of the George Floyd resolution named for the black man killed by a white cop elimination of the Oakland schools police department has been a ten year goal of the black organizing project founder Jackie Beyers schools can sometimes be a place where students particular background students are are treated as if there are in you know in a prison she points out while black students make up one fourth of the district's student body they represent seventy three percent of student arrests we are excited by the fact that nationally there's a conversation that used to be a pretty marginalized conversation in a lonely space for some of us who are talking about the issues of law enforcement and school so to see this becoming a conversation that's happening in mainstream media and people are talking about what is the role of law enforcement is is in is important and we can't ignore or deny that resolution also mandates training for all district staff and implicit bias anti racism and culturally responsive
Oakland school district to eliminate its police force
"Defund the police that's what the Oakland unified school district opted to do this week and there's plenty of support for eliminating cops on campus there we get the story from KCBS is Jim Taylor the unanimous vote this week in favor of the George Floyd resolution named for the black man killed by a white cop elimination of the Oakland schools police department has been a ten year goal of the black organizing project founder Jackie Beyers schools can sometimes be a place where students particular background students are are treated as if there are in you know in a prison she points out while black students make up one fourth of the district's student body they represent seventy three percent of student arrests we are excited by the fact that nationally there's a conversation that used to be a pretty marginalized conversation in a lonely space for some of us who are talking about the issues of law enforcement and school so to see this becoming a conversation that's happening in mainstream media and people are talking about what is the role of law enforcement is is in is important and we can't ignore or deny that resolution also mandates training for all district staff and implicit bias anti racism and culturally responsive
"beyer" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"The same track. Churchill downs is that? She can. Get up there and high cruising steamship. Some you know pretty amazing fractions and keep billing, so that leaves the horses. Find her in a bit of a quandary. You know At what point did you start using your energy trying to chase during the empress? when you look at this field Saturday. On paper. The setup looks pretty good for us to. Lead Your Cisco. I've I've watched Mike Smith? Ride these really really good horses Wyche like a minute. others Enough to know that. He will change. Some of those horses, tactics base on based on how he sees. The field set up Set to the last year. The Bob Baffert Horse, and who it was but show. I'm curious to see how. The writers let this race play out. Mike Smith. On midnight. BE SUE in how! He's GonNa, you know. Look at horse like Serengeti coming up the set not very good race. In and say you know what do I let her get away with the front end because. She's who she has e. You know what Dr Larry Get away with in the front end. When do I attack in You know I! Think a lot of sense Steve. Race looks to be on paper. And I'm not saying should live plays out, but it looks to be a two-horse race sometimes to horse races via can get too caught up with one another the race. Actually get here and he cap for the closing longshot can. Come into play. But. I'm. Be Very curious, see coming out of the I turn to turn racist. Will.
Democrats unveil ambitious plan for police reform: 'This is a first step'
"Major police reform legislation was proposed by congressional Democrats today and we talked about it a little earlier with WTOP's Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill a provision that would affect a lot of law enforcement officers here in the Washington area is one that would require all federal officers to wear wear body body cameras cameras and and use use dashboard dashboard cameras cameras Virginia Virginia congressman congressman don don Beyer Beyer in in DC DC delegate delegate Eleanor Eleanor Holmes Holmes Norton Norton propose propose separate separate legislation legislation on on that that last last last last year year overall overall a federal registry to account for police misconduct would be established federal laws would be changed in an effort to make it easier to prosecute law enforcement officers on behalf of individuals who say they're victims of brutality or other charges so they can get damages the legislation would also ban police from using choke holds like the one that led to the death of George Floyd and limit so called no knock warrants at the federal level like the one used when Brianna Taylor was killed in Louisville a lot of these measures in the legislation would apply pressure on state and local police departments to go along with the new federal requirements and guidelines or risk losing federal assistance so much these proposals are obviously getting a lot of attention but what are the actual prospects they could pass and go into effect well the chair of the congressional black caucus Karen bass says the legislation has more than two hundred co sponsors in the house and Senate but they're made up entirely of Democrats in the house as well as Senate Democrats house Majority Leader Steny Hoyer says he believes the sweeping legislation can pass the house he says he will be ready to call the house back into session after a series of hearings when the measure is ready to hit the floor now as for the Senate it's still unclear if this could get enough Republican support to pass the Senate's top Democrat Chuck Schumer says Democrats will in his words fight like hell to get it passed in the Senate and he's challenging Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to allow the measure to come to the Senate floor this summer but McConnell has not indicated support for any specific legislation at this point and how is this landing at the White House well the White House has not issued any formal response to the legislation yet but president trump is meeting with law enforcement officials for a round table event this afternoon at the White House he has tweeted criticism of Democrats suggesting they'd be willing to define police departments as some activists has caught have called for the president actually has not taking questions from reporters as he walked across Lafayette square a week ago and held up a Bible in front of St John's church after protesters had been forcibly moved out of the area that's WTOP's Capitol Hill correspondent Michelle Miller
"beyer" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"I don't know I it. So that topic Is is being broached and and you know there is the possibility it still what we got all. May We got June. So we still have got one-two-three call at seven. He's still have nine weeks and I gotta figure of. I don't know that that things are going to be a moving target. The things will be significantly different. You know by the beginning July and into early July and if we use Hong Kong as a model Hong Kong had no patrons for a certain period. And then actually they had limited limited licensee availability. Then nobody was allowed. Then they went back to Licensees were are able to come now again to in and to Happy Valley. And you know they're slowly letting in some more people so who's to say that licensees don't get an opportunity to come to Saratoga at some point during the summer and we don't know about the restaurants opening and that sort of thing beyond takeout. So there's a lot you know how how're things are things in the in DC and and in the capital district shutdown down. We're married to a woman who is a tremendous cook but You know there's there's kind of no activity here. Restaurants are.
"beyer" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Well this is. This is the message that that has has kind of emanated from You know you might have seen Martin. Pansies quotes last week and There's set off kind of an interesting discussion Certain devoid the difficulties are going to going to bat. Obviously you know no matter what. And if the if you got nice full fields and intriguing. You know intriguing. Betting propositions certain amount of plays going to gravitate that way. But I I guess I I guess I can understand. I guess I can understand one aspect in that is certainly the configuration. At Belmont doesn't necessarily it. It would be different. I mean when you when you're talking about one turn mile and a sixteenth and mylan an eighth I mean it it it's different oval and so you know to some degree it the racing isn't you know you could call it. Saratoga at that Belmont but it really isn't the same. Did this you were. You were a fledgling player right when when Valmont and Ecuador were being remodeled in in in the mid sixties and there was the they were running they were running meets the at you know the respective tracks while the other was being renovated Yeah I mean but I'm at Saratoga nowadays especially case That You know you could call it. Siri Toga Bell. But it's it's it's it's it's still going to be thought of as Belmont and You know just just not gonna I I don't get to grab the public But you know. I I guess people at Saratoga You know it. It's tough because you will you know just with all the all the Barnes in the barn personnel and you know you're GonNa get an influx into the town And You know I just don't know how it would play well and that's a whole different topic tube. The obviously the backstretch personnel has housing on track. But how how readily are our horsemen going to be able to get into the houses that they've rented Historically I mean I'm sure. Certain percentage will be available and I've already heard I've already heard some interesting Propositions landlords that are You know they're they're offering bets on the com- you know if you send me twenty five hundred now you can have it for the whole summer. And then of course if they don't come they keep the twenty five hundred so some people are You WanNa talk about some some future wagers..
"beyer" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"You're institute institutue you you know. You talked to a lot of people in in raising. I mean have a lot of people. just shifted their bankrolls to these lesser tracks and Underplaying them or You know I mean. It's just stunning. How much money is being bad? And I wonder you know. I wonder how or if if it if it's really a broad base thing or it's just the a lot of it is just the syndicates Looking for some place to put their money. I think that you know there. There's the content there was the continuity of oaklawn and people that you know that were a circuit players. That might have been playing acqueduct. At the time and then You know Churchill and Santa Anita I think they particularly the west coast players shifted their action to Oakland and I think a lot of them had already been doing that Given how difficult it was to find betting propositions at Santa Anita you know the past calendar year with all the difficulties and the inconsistencies. But I think you know. Tampa and Gulfstream. Going on into you know the after. Florida Derby in Tampa Bay Derby. You know that's been you know there's some continuity there and so those players continued and then the rest that I you know I haven't bet I bet fodder more than will rogers downs But you know layers gonNA play. I mean they're going to find some things I mean. Obviously the overall handle is gonNA be way down. You can't replace You can't replace the volume but at the same time. Eddie THERE IS A. There's definitely going to be a key learning out of this which I and I think we all knew that less was going to be more in in the grand scheme of things. But I think there's a lot to be said about spreading the action out on the calendar in seven days and not having eleven circuits running over the same eight hours on certain days absolutely.
"beyer" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
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"beyer" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"By W.H. Pfizer actually bred by how Woodford. That's a name I've seen but little bit of an obscure Derby kind of a thing to big long neck. Funny Look a little bit of a gotTa find out a little bit something about pink star. It's looks like it was kind of interesting to yeah. He went to for eight for small money and then the derby was his only as a three year old and then he didn't run after that he won the Derby then was unplaced in the Latonya Derby the Crescent City Derby in the city park. Derby GonNa find out something about pink star Other other Derby winners and the rest of them are names are very familiar. Johnstown one and thirty nine pensive and forty four Kerry back in sixty one proud clarion sixty seven river ridge. Seventy two affirmed of course has mentioned seventy eight Sunday. Silence kicking offer fabulous crowd sequence thunder Gulch ninety five. I was I. If there's one moment in racing that really galvanized me a to take the game seriously and play play. Become worse player. It was thunder Gulch's Derby win in joy at hippodrome bluebonnets pursue catch Food PEG IN TWO THOUSAND AND BARBARA. Two Thousand and six. I skipped over. Nineteen fifty seventy years ago today. Middle Ground. Max Hirsch his third probably is third or second or third of his Derby. Wins and Bill Boland. He's GonNa join after the break hall of Famer Youngest Jock ever and now the oldest derby-winning Jack Bill Bolling next.
"beyer" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"And obviously todd training. And I should mention You I got. I got everybody in on the on the Wesley Baby. That frosted is is doesn't seem likely to get in is all the way out posted. This is a half actually to dear Lou. The the ORB that Baffert at so some two year olds two year old racing starting to filter in Gulfstream is alone tomorrow and then it's Gulfstream and Tampa through the weekend and today finer will rogers and Tampa Tampa Timothy Today. There's a couple of good allowance. Races fourth in the fifth. And then there's a maiden special. We'll talk about that with Seth Marrow. Later in the show it's hall of Fame Day and Just after eleven after the press release drops Brian Buoy from the National Museum of Racing Fame. Which is getting ready for this complete overhaul facelift modernization interactive activity and more and more and more the hall will announce this year's honorees and inductees. Eleven o'clock so on the agenda and we'll talk probably tomorrow is going to be busy day. Because he got a got all kinds of things happening including including when we talk Hong Kong tomorrow a very special guest a special guest who heard before. Who's one of the most irrepressible horse players in game and on the contest? Seen anywhere else and you know him. You'll love them. You respect them and makes you laugh. These as as crazy as a crazy as they come Tommy masses tomorrow on the heels of Tommy taking down.
Virginia congressman to self-quarantine after potential contact with coronavirus
"News Virginia democratic congressman don Beyer has been in self quarantine since having contact with a corona virus patient and now the congressman once all telework capable federal employees to be able to work from home he's written a letter to the office of personnel management complaining that a lack of telework options can lead to community spread of coronavirus buyer says many federal employees feel uncomfortable about taking public transit and working around so many other people else will tell he also tells OPM requiring workers to get permission from a direct supervisor is not an acceptable response given the severity of the
Planting and Tree Pruning with Daryl Beyers
"So for a number of years you've taught the fundamentals. Of course I just said at. Nypd y'all yeah. I wonder if in that class as in the intro to the new gardeners handbook whether you also tell students when they're beginning that UC gardening is part art and part science which I totally agree with by the way I do I do in the really within the first ten minutes The way that I'm trying to explain things to my new my new guard students and the same sort of the same reason why I talk about it. In the introduction of the of the new gardeners handbook is the idea. That garden isn't just science but it's also not just guessing and so there's there's a combination of of strategies that you have to kind of put together and what I try to do is build people's confidence by giving them the background scientific information that they need to garden smart and to go out there and sort of feel comfortable and to have a good time with it and what happens then is once you're sort of understand what somebody a once a mentioned to me it's like it's how dues of the why twos. I thinking of it. I sort of I stole that from Joel. Lampl who I talked to recently left Joseph. Yeah that was his line. I like to give credit to anybody who comes up with a good one. If you understand. You know like the reasons why you're doing you know what people may have said that you should do to garden what happens is you go out there and you become much more confident and you have a little bit more fun with it and then basically what happens. Is You get better at it. Because you're doing it because that's how you learn how to garden is by doing it. And and so and bringing the the idea of the science and also the art and craft of it together is what to me makes a complete Gardner and somebody who can get things done out in the garden and have fun with it too so you want to help us develop our intuition by first giving us the knowledge. The solid knowledge exactly. I'm a firm believer in the in the I believe. I'm a firm believer in the fact that though I don't know I I believe it's a fact but maybe it's not that we are all gardeners inside we are. We can all be a gardener. I mean it's sort of it's this. It's this genetic sort of genetic inheritance that we have. I think we if we tap into it. We can all do it. There's no such thing as a green thumb or no green thumb. I think everybody can do it. And so if you WANNA do it and start connecting to nature and the in those ways it'll work out for you but you do need to have the basic science background to understand. Why doing what you're doing so before we get into composting in your amazing pit. Composting system. Most of all which I just totally loved There were so many other Hawes in the book and even though I'm not a new gardener I got a lot out of it. I want to say thank you and so I just wanted to ask you about a couple quickly. That are kind of timely for people. Because maybe it'll help them to. It's time it's almost time when or in the southern states. It's already time when people are transplanting especially treason trump's and I loved seeing that when you're transplanting you've dug a hole for a nutrient trump and you've maybe taking it out of its ball and burlap or out of its potter nursery pot and you're putting it in the whole you don't fill that hole completely and then stomp on it with your foot and then water it right. Tell us the right order of things you're supposed to dig the hole and get the plant and say Basically digging the right size of hold right now on the size of the Rupaul and getting the crown of the plant at grade level or the root flare of the tree a great level. And then you put the plant in the Rupaul inside of the hall. And that's when it's time to water I. The distinction is between. I make the distinction between the way that a landscaper plants a plant and the way that a gardener plants a plant Gardner Plant to plant by watering that roof ball in the landscapers is the person that throws the soil down stops around it a bunch of times and then says okay onto the next one and then they're just sort of doing it to finish the job and go home and do something different whereas the Gardner is doing it knowing that this is a long term prospect. I need to get thing established the right way and by water in the root ball before you fill in the all the all the back sell soil. You are ensuring that that the root zone of that Rupaul is nice and moist all the way around and all the way through. And that's the main reason why people lose new plants because the rupaul dries out. Yeah so that's the first really. I'd say that that landscaper. That you talked about and not all people are who are landscapers. But a lot of Some companies install plants. They don't plan plants. They answer all them. Yeah there's a difference between like trying to bust out planting and going out there and and planting a garden different. It's a different approach. And I think of what you do I used to call it. Huddling it in. It's like gradually making sure that all those layers of that whole especially the bottom where the roots are going to encourage them to go are are nice and moist inviting so that I loved that because I think so. Many people do it wrong And I also loved a pruning some sort of insight. That I hadn't really thought about I guess I need to take proper. Pruning class hung. But where you discussed what you could infer from the where we're at trunk and limb branch of a tree come together The crotch the so-called crotch and whether it was v-shaped tighter or u shaped and how close to ninety degrees you say the closer the Crotch angle to ninety degrees the more trustworthy the limb when you're trying to decide which ones are good and going to grow well and be useful to the structure of the tree or not. The ones close the closer to ninety degrees. The more trustworthy explained that to us. Yeah Um so you know. Every tree will have different slightly different kind of crossing pattern. I suppose as far as like that shaped versus that V v Shave and I learned this from From Ann Arbor cultural years ago. Let's go Wayne Kayeli at the New York Botanical Garden. And was it was? It was somebody that was trying to get involved in the on the state where I was working. He decided to give me a really good lesson and we brought him in because he knew his stuff. And basically. What's going on? There is with the shaped crotch. If you look if you take a close look at it. You can see how there's a lot more would sort of would mass to hold the limb in place. The v-shaped Crotch has a lot less sort of volume of of wood to hold to keep that Lim safe. And so that's the lamb. That's more likely to crack to break if it has too much weight out on the extension of it. It's just it's just a weaker setup that tight v-shaped crotch and so when you're looking at it and if you're looking to prune a tree and you and you maybe you have a potential crossing branch or you or you want to open up the canopy of a tree and do some thinning cuts or something like that. And maybe there's a limb that you want to remove you would always choose between the U. shaped crotch versus the slightly more v-shaped Crotch in other words. The the more acute the angle as that would be the candidate to remove and you can do the same thing when you're selecting a tree like especially this time of the year. If you start looking at you know looking trees to purchase the leaves aren't on there yet you can see the branching structure and you can see what's going to happen in the future and you pick the U pick the tree that has more u shaped crotches and fewer v-shaped crutches. And you know that you're gonNA have a tree that's going to last stronger architecture innately. Yeah if if it's an oak tree with really strong would and I have shaped crotches and at the branches going over. You know even if it's going over a structure a house of some sort trust that limb If the trees healthy otherwise trust that land
Trump says coronavirus "will go away" and to "stay calm"
"The hour Congress and the trump administration seem to be making progress in deciding how the federal government will respond to the coronavirus Capitol Hill correspondent Linda Kenyon has the story president trump is focusing on ways to blunt the viruses impact on the overall health of the economy like through a payroll tax cut for example this is a great feeling about doing a lot of things and that's one of the things we've done the president was speaking to reporters after meeting with Senate Republicans on Capitol Hill his proposal for payroll tax cut falls flat with house and Senate Democrats like senator Ron Wyden it doesn't do a lot for people who rely on tips it doesn't do much for people who have lost ships it does very little for folks who don't have sickly still the president sought to offer some reassurance as to the American people and to major U. S. industries about the impact of the corona virus it will go away to stay calm and move away we want to protect our shipping industry our cruise industry solutions we want to protect our airline industry very important but everybody has to be vigilant and has to be careful but become is really working out democratic representative role Ruiz says the administration was a little late getting into the game they did not employ the proper aggressive early detection surveillance mechanisms that this virus warranted release was also Dr offer some basic advice stay home if you're sick but what about those who can stay home that's where paid sick leave should comments as democratic representative don Beyer we don't want people having to choose between a paycheck and preventing the spread of the disease getting tested and treated for the virus should be getting easier says vice president Mike pence after meeting with insurance company representatives pence announces several new developments all the insurance companies here for today have agreed to waive all copays on corona virus testing for extended coverage for coronavirus stream that applies to private health insurance companies but pence says that's not all they are covered through Medicare Medicaid and the vice president says the CEOs have agreed to no surprise billing despite assurances that testing and treatment will become more widely available Dr Jerome Adams a U. S. Surgeon General offers this sobering assessment we will see more cases unfortunately we're likely to see more deaths we have not hit the peak of that epidemic
Weekend Stakes Preview Presented by NYRA Bets
"I don't know how much derby influence this feels can have. But I'll tell you what I think. There are some really nice horses in here. That WanNa do this one turn mile and see if maybe one of them can Can Get the job done and move forward on that Derby trailing. Yeah Yeah I think it's a pretty nice field You know may not be an contain any derby contenders like you said but you know. I certainly think they're handful in here. Who are going to make this an entertaining an interesting race. The one I could see four or five of them winning. It's one where he'd probably end up having a spread but there were of them that I was kind of interested in You know what a horse that. I'm pretty fond of the Montauk traffic. I like young horses. Who are able to overcome adversity. And that's exactly what. This horse did First Time that was just Don't know what happened. She dwelt early and he did. And that was the end of it from the rail in the slop at Laurel you toss that race and and I mean he did exactly what you want a prospect to stretching out prospect to do he was able to sit able to make a run and pass runners and he was impressive in both of his next two wins the maiden when Downstairs in the and the Wingfield win. Also at seven eighths Settled inside didn't have a problem kicked out and And was able to run away from his competition. So I I don't think a mile Distance will be much of a problem for him. I just don't know how much upside he really has. You know. He's a gritty horse and He's one that I wanNA use but the one who I'M GONNA put on top of the three wars stop or I love the way that he improved. First Time in Blaker is just second time on dirt last time here at the The Mile trip here and act when I turned in a big beyer speed figure went right to the front And just kept on going. I think he is one that I want to keep an eye on moving forward. I think he'll be a decent prospect stretching out to to turn on the on the dirt and I'm GONNA give shops go right from his maiden win to Earning grade three status here in the In the Gotha. Yeah. I'm definitely. He's my topic as well. I'm a big fan of wall stopper. I liked what I saw from him. First Time Out Less time out rather when he got the meeting win. First Time blinkers. I should say now. That was a big effort. Thought Mischievous Alex might have some distance limitations. But it's hard to argue. How good he's been in his last two starts. Since his trainer John Service added the blinkers to his repertoire. I don't think six does without a chance from an ever Keough. Sauna current one turn mile. Got The goose ca pedigree on the bottom. I don't know how far this was gonna WanNa go with the one turn. Mile shouldn't be a problem and Necker island Friday he won going a mile in the slop. At Churchill downs just stopped got out running swell last time. The miles should be more to his Liking as he's already won distance and we'll see him. I under neath. I think it's wide open. I think war stopper shows up. They're all running the second money. I'm a big fan of his An of all these sources. I think him He's probably the one most likely to move on the Derby Trail. Regardless of what happens tomorrow. He can get beat tomorrow and maybe still move forward. I'd like to see him win But if he got beat I'd still think he can be contender. Might be the only one more stop for both of us in the grade. Three three hundred thousand dollar.
"beyer" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos
"I get myself caught up like just go away listening and it's like well no wait just a second you. She is the reason you're doing this thing and anyway but look at what you can't live without the one thing that if everything else fell what would you still be okay with and beyond their reading. Your dictionary exercised by talk about if you look back on those answers. You'll start to see some common threads emerging usually three to five common threads and those are what I call your five buckets your things. That are the most important in your life. People especially in this age are so ready to just put ten thousand things on their plate and try to do all the things you all of the people and you can't just do not have enough capacity to do all of those things down as saying okay. Well have three to five themes that kept popping up as I was defining what I wanted my idealize to look like. Who's obviously the things that are most important and from there is religious about building time structure around? What's going to enable you to resolve those things? If you ever heard of Sean Whalen yes that much. Okay. He has a similar thing very similar. But I'm not comparing Jesse but there's something that speaks volumes for people that keep hearing the same advice right so if we have five guests on that tell us maybe his ways a little bit different. But he's got five steps and you have the five buckets and you keep hearing this over and over. It's gotTa work in people got to be willing to take that step to make it work and I think it goes with anything. It's a change in. It probably takes a lot of work but if you want to get better than more than likely well not more than likely. I'm sure it works. It ends up working in the end but you know like you mentioned a few times to beginning of the episode. It sounds to me in from what I know that people got to want to do this because if they don't you can't make them right definitely interesting. What do you suggest somebody? That's in the deep. Dark place does outside. What can they do for themselves? Upside of calling solely Kevin's in a really deep dark place. Thinking about really bad things besides going out to talk to. Sally is their way. I can control my thoughts in my mind and Kinda start setting myself in a different direction absolutely and nature is one of those things for me is my face face and my therapy. And that's what I love. I go hiking almost every day to get out and experience nature in the banking about nature. Is that you don't have to show up as anything by yourself whether it's going to therapy you're going to them all or wherever you're going light shower. I gotTa Brush Harry Brown eyes closed you all of these things whereas in nature you can come as a complete mess broken and shattered and crying and it will just take you in nonetheless and it's no so powerful. Both any studies that have been done on this issue logical and psychological nature. But also just feeling you've got when you're out there. Nature is probably my favorite therapeutic box. And just a fresh air right. You're moving around. You're walking you're exercising. Which alone it helps a little while. You're not sitting in your house staring at the wall or whatever and it's funny that you guys in that Solo. You brought that up in Jesse unless you listen to this episode. You don't know but I've taken a lot of Sali's advice and put in a cell phone down right and taking more nature in I've also made reference that I'm probably the happiest I've ever been my entire life at forty one and I never thought I would be as happy as I am at forty one as I am. I actually thought I would be more miserable. Because you know you're twenties a great you're out partying and doing all sorts of crazy wack shit in whatever bought. I'm happier now in. We just went on vacation to Disney. That I take some picture but taking Soviets Advice. I kept my phone now. I put my phone down. I got one picture of our hotel most beautiful hotel one of the most beautiful hotels. I've ever travelled to and I've been a lot of places. I remember the INS and outs of every bit of that hotel. Because they didn't have my phone out all the time I have one picture of it which pissed off about now because I'm like I got nothing to look back to remember but I've got it up here and you know slowly made a reference at stuck with me for a long time. Is that on your deathbed? The last thing you're gonNA think is. Hey honey Hanmi may fallen. WanNa look through these pictures. You process all that mentally right through your brain you remember those good times you remember bringing up your kids and what you did with them. You remember those trips to Disney in that hotel. You only got one picture of so. That's what's making me. Happy is understanding that. I'm appreciating life a little bit more as I get older in life and progress through life and I hope that other people can realize it a lot earlier than forty one years old because I look back and think about how much I've missed is much experiences I've had in life how much I've actually missed due to a cell phone or due to even a thought we know you know is a psychologist. That thoughts are having a degree in psychology. That thoughts can overwhelm you. Thoughts can literally take over your head and you could be again. You know this kind of does go against what you were saying but you could be on. The top of Mount Kilimanjaro. And those thoughts in your head can totally encompassed your mind so much that you can't even appreciate that and that's where we gotta start realizing making those mental notes and understanding ourselves a little bit more throw Jesse. It's been an absolute pleasure to have you on your book. I mentioned at the beginning. Can you tell us when that's coming out what the name of it is where people can find it? Yes so it's called how to heal a practical guide. Nine national therapies. You can use release..
"beyer" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos
"Like I'm GonNa now that one's you. I agree with you in the sense that I hate that saying. Oh you're in the trenches that the helpful thing that I do believe that after maybe years you can look back at. Make a reason for anything. You could find something in everything travel. Yeah I agree. So what are your theories on assisting somebody through whether it's depression anxiety mental health issue or mental health issues? I'll say is it talk. Or is it other methods that you would use yet so the first and Kinda primary concepts as Infield cytology in helping someone out is to hold the space for them and basically what that is you are a cease grace for them to come and let it all hang out? They don't need to keep up any pretenses. They don't need us. You'll perfect advantage screaming. Walford our while you sit there with them. That can happen. Really great analogy for this. That therapists actually interviewed for my books. Lavelle she was working with a young girl. Client was struggling with PSE and they're playing hide and seek and the girls like salads jumpstart as hit the dumpster and after a few minutes. The girl of Sally Recite Sally. This is kind of life as net and solid. Just had this lightbulb moment. She was late. It's dirty it's Dr. it's smelly. I don't WanNa be here. She doesn't want to be here but because of her mental struggle. She can't just decide to get out of the dumpster like I can't so me sitting here accepting her and just being there with her is the most powerful can do. It's not as much. Oh you should talk and encouraging Mattis Hawk or repeatedly on your view on cheers here for you showing that that you're there and when they do let you in after you broke that trust up being okay research and taking whatever they show with and whatever they need and just fully loving unexpected number purpose so it's basically helpful for the person with that to get it off their chest or get it out of their mine instead of letting it just twirl around in mind they get it out to somebody and once they get it out to somebody. Who's at freeing? Some people are ready to talk is really helpful for that other people. It's not and you try to push them to talk. That can actually detrimental healing process so. Yeah sometimes it's letting them bet and hearing their bell sometimes. It's making them feel normal because they feel admirable in their head split literally. Looks like watching a movie and eating popcorn. It's really wherever they need fuel a certain way. They're all pen and you need to read about. Let it out. If they need to be normal normal if they need to just be quiet be quiet recognized what they need and then making the space for that happen right to speak just for myself. But I'm the type of for me solely. Yeah I speak to. You makes me cry but a lot of people especially myself one of these people. I hold everything in. I build it all up by bundle it up and then I'll cry like a baby for three days but you're saying though when I find somebody to talk to you I still just don't know what to say like you can't put it into words. Sometimes I would say it's like fifty fifty like half the time and of that fifty fifty that person you can fight ends not there or you haven't build that relationship up yet and then when you do you don't know how to express yourself in words because a lot of the times it's just feeling like it's not even really a comprehension of words that you put together and say this is how. I'm feeling this is why I'm feeling this way. It's just I feel like shit. Leave me alone. I'M GONNA hold it in until I blow up and if I'm crying I just want pizza and I guess that's just myself and I'm sure you have to have so much trust in somebody you know like I trust slowly enough where if I had something traumatic or if I had something in my mind that I needed to get off my mind. I trust silly with that information. Because don't a lot of people carry around in their own minds that a fear being judged like by anybody I mean regardless it could be. I could go talk to my mom. Sorry I don't know if you've mice. Were I'm offended? I've talked to my mom in the past now. This is years ago twenty five years ago when I didn't realize that she wasn't the person to talk to because she judged me worse than my friends. So is that something that you just have to Kinda trial and error with people or is that something you would suggest you just sit back feel it out. Feel out your friends when somebody comes to you know that they just honestly care and then let them talk when they need to. Or how do you advise that go down? Unfortunately trial and error is something that happens to people and they try once and the air once again and that's really really frustrating for all parties involved but what I really recommend is and what I encourage people to recognize. The on both sides is that that trust is built long before the person comes to you with a hall struggle or before you approach them with your struggles. It's built in the fact that you show up on time to pick them up for the movies when you say it's the fact that you remember their birthday and got them something that they really want it. It's in the fact that you are showing a piece of yourself to that. You're being a little bit vulnerable not necessarily spill your whole story but Jeez yesterday work was really really hard. Can I talk to you about it? That little foundation of trust is built long before someone comes to you in terms of. If you're trying find someone to talk to a lot of that has got CEO and how they react to things in the past. So I have one friend who I've known since my freshman year School and he's my best friend. I've come to him with anything. I trust him at everything and we have a really good relationship. That's been built over years of us. Trading you know sorrows and secrets and things like that there are also people highlights that when I listen to them talk about other people. I hear that okay. They don't react law than ban. They're not keeping their secrets. Go to person with my so. It's difficult to make an immediate decision to increase. Its do I call right now hopefully already been made. And that's really the best advice I can give. Unfortunately yes so even. If you don't have a problem right now even those listening to this can start. Maybe brainstorm and idea of who they may go to in. Watch that a little bit more right. Luckily I know I've got some unlike silly and there's not many. There's probably only two or three people that I would go to and it's not I don't fear of being judged. I don't fear of backlash or anything like that. It's just I feel that those people those two or three people will give me their best and support me through their best in a go round and chirped other people again. Not that I don't mind being judged but it comes down to that. Trust thing in trusting that disinformation stays you know with solely in that. It doesn't go anywhere else. So that's good to know now in talking about you know judgment in people's thoughts and stuff like that. A lot of people build their lives around expectations of others right. They buy things are materialistic because he think other people might like them better if they drive the GMC Yukon instead of the Chevy Equinox right. How do we get out of that mindset? Well there's things that I would say. The first is that look at how well that's worked for you in the past. If you're the person that has been living your life and I'm GonNa go through my sample buying clothes buying the car wearing the makeup getting hair on. He's been doing that for so long. Take a moment and evaluate if you feel like your soul fills if you feel like you have quality relationships if you feel like you're making progress towards this version of you that you WANNA be most of the times when you're living for other people on your other people Washington To conform to expectations and standards. And things like that. You'RE GONNA find out through this. Little suffered process that you are not fulfilled. You are not happy for some people letting down their walls enough to recognize. That is really difficult to give yourself some grace let it be messy if you need to like have one angel on your shoulder saying hey look at this. Look the other ones they know. Joe Look any. That's okay. But that whole discussion with yourself without you know. Am I really where I WANNA BE? Cows worth for you enter pass and in the future. What I encourage people to do is right there on dictionaries so we are told to build. Lives that are successful. Institutes Happiness and assigned fulfillment but no one ever asks us what those words mean to us. Everyone has a different definition of success. Everyone's happiness looks differently. So as you are able to define those words your own mice. Then workers those definitions instead of societal definitions. Or your family's definitely you're going to have a lot better licensing forward. I agree because everybody's got different paths in different philosophies and different belief system. I mean if one person wants to get married at eighteen. That's but if somebody wants to get married at thirty day experienced those you know late teens early twenties mid twenty s and then they build that relationship with somebody and you know it's a different period of life where you can enjoy things differently. You got everything out of your system as opposed to somebody. That GOES TO MED school. Buster asked to you know. Spend ten to twelve years of our life in school. Everybody's priorities are different. Some people when I start a family early. Some people want to start a family later so I agree that you have to write your own book on what you WanNa do. What makes you happy? I think society as a whole needs to become more understanding that it revolves around almost like a judgement thing like if somebody wants to start a family eighteen years old. Then that's their prerogative. I mean if that's what they wanna do that's what they WANNA do. I try to live my life. Never judging a book by its cover and if that's what they decide to do best wishes to them. I still can't get over the people that are happy driving five miles under the speed limit. But I'm working on that because that's a for example talked about that many times. Jesse I can't get over it. I get stuck behind them every day. But that's a perfect example. Because they're happy. Yeah that's what they're happy you know. They're not thinking about me. I think over with adjusting not too is. I don't think our education system does a great job of explaining to kids like what you are capable of. What you can do like college isn't for everybody. I couldn't go to college. I could barely read the Thomas. The tank engine bucks but I knew I had a path laugh. I knew what I was meant to do and I had a strong enough personality to go out and do that and I'm not speaking for the three of us but I think there's people out there who are leading the schools raised our children set the core values for the future of America through education. And I don't think that's right. I think our core value has to come from our family and understand dynamics is broken. You know there's broken homes or single parents or some kids not even being raised by their parents and that's a tragedy in itself. But I think you know like you were just talking about with cellphones leading the state raise. Our kids is not the best way to approach this. And Yeah I mean so if a kid wants to be a sweeper for the rest of his life you know more power to you you know. Somebody's gotTa do it. If somebody wants to be a doctor more power to you. I can't be a doctor. I'm not smart enough. I don't WanNA spend the money so I mean I guess that's a lie far enough. Andy definitely not the money. I don't think the looks either. Not I think you could pass as a deck.
"beyer" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos
"Grant funding. I could also keep under wraps. You wouldn't have the smell of alcohol. Breath wasn't something that was rate out there. You know put ashtrays. Things like pants covered up so that was part of it too. So I don't know how old you are in a never gonNA ask young lady. How young how old she is. But how much of media do you think had to do with all that? I personally don't think that much. I think I was in high school right now. It would have been a lot different. I mean I was. I was having a conversation about this the other day people will take time out of their days all the time to write nasty things on other people's posts and just trying to make the Felix horrible beings. I can't even imagine having that pressure on me and when I was really struggling I honestly it may push me over the edge pose was asking. I was just kind of curious to see how that had effect on you. I think other people have experienced. I mean you see it. All across the country of bullying in hopefully parents now are taking a little bit better. Stand controlling that because I think parents do have control over them. Stages tried to pass a law saying twenty one for cellphones. Now Yeah I forget what state it was. But you're trying to push through age restriction for cell phones while twenty. That'll be an interesting for sure I know about that. I don't either because let me look it up real quick. You know me so. I'm very much about not having the government in my life is much I mean. That's basically the government parenting for us in. It's my decision whether my kid has phone or not but with that decision comes responsibility on my end. If my child's going to use social media at ten years old then I'm to have full control over that social media meaning I can access it whenever I want and once I see something bad or hear of something bad than I am going to interject and solve that problem whether it's contact that person's parents or something contact administrator. Something is going. You know that at least is my plan of attack. But you're right Jesse. It has impacted so many people's lives and it's not just the kids you know these kids don't understand that when they do take their life that they think that's their only way out right. You've been there yeah. They think that's their only way out. So they take their own lives in here. These parents in these siblings in uncles and aunts and grandparents losing kids in their early teenage years because of some asshole behind a computer or behind. A telephone. Don't want us to rate nasty shit. Yeah and I hope to God hit the parents of today that at least my generation of parents that are bringing you know. I'm bringing attendant eight year old that I can have influence on that in not have it become a problem. Yeah absolutely so hard because I mean there's a huge difference between having a cell phone to say hey mama dot soccer practice and having a cell phone and having these private instagram accounts and God knows what else you doing there because that could turn dangerous so quickly for someone of any age. Who did you find it so? Yeah it was The state of Vermont the State of Vermont testing my question would be a cellphone which from when I was well. Actually when I was a kid I can have a cell phone because we're not yet. I think there's differences as well. Yeah there is in you know a lot of it in all speaking on my behalf for my in a little bit on this is being a parent. It's tough because you have pressures from all over in. Yeah it's an easy excuse to say well you know the so and so has one. So what the Hell? But when everybody in the dance group has one and I'm leaving my daughter there for four to five hours at a time for three nights a four nights a week in Saturday three nights a week three nights a week Saturday. I like her to be able to get in touch with me. Just like you said Jesse. I liked her to be able to call me. If there's a problem a Laker to be able to get in touch with me. She's ten so I never thought would have her with a phone in her hand. This young actually. I believe when we first started this. Podcast she was a because it was two years ago and I made mention that she wouldn't have a foreigner hand till she was probably twelve or thirteen and verizon. I'M GONNA blame. Verizon Verizon was like well we'll give you a foam for free so with that again just like I just said becomes responsibility for me as a parent so I need to limit screen time and you know beyond their and understand what she's using and why she's using it and what's being said and so on so forth so I think it just becomes greater responsibility for and you gotTa Talk to the kids about people you know. I've had to talk with her. People will say stuff that they don't truly mean because they know there's no consequence by typing it in a message so take it all with a grain of salt. And if you have an issue or see something that you don't like come to me and it lasted about fifteen of those frigging telemarketer phone calls of her running downstairs going dead. Somebody's trying to call me again. And I'm like telemarketer honey. Somebody's trying to call me again. A telemarketer so now she says the only people that have her phone are in her contexts. So nobody else is going to be calling her unless it's telemarketer so they're all blocked and cheap lock some now as they come in but anyways yes huge role. If I'm having kids ever going to bring back to beeper hey. The beeper sold a lot of drugs in the day. So I'm still on my space cool so Jesse. You went through all this. I can only imagine how traumatic of an experience. It was mentally you went to school. You graduated with what degree at. That's licensed holiday okay. And then you started a business. You began training as a search and rescue canine handler. Can you talk about that a little bit? Yeah absolutely so my journey. They're kind of actually starts an EMT school so I artist's best will actually my first year college. I was at school at the University of Edinburgh Scotland. Which is incredible opportunity? So thankful stoppages wasn't the right fit for me the veterinary threat for me. So I left after one year and I was like I want to do something. That's more immediate that I could get out and I can save lives daily. Unindo become a paramedic so I went and got my. Emt's license and the parents were. This is after rushing college so the parents were like you know. You gotta go back to slow unfinished. Bachelor's that's why I went back to slow. The University of Minnesota was still just like your like I wanted to crawl out of. Your statement was not fulfilling sitting in classrooms is just boring my mind. Death was not having a good experience and I was still being called in that direction of life-saving and getting out there and really tackle hands on stuff so I found the career as para-rescue in the air force which you can guys aren't familiar with. It is a member of the special operations community that mixture of trauma paramedic and assertion rescue specialists. And I was like this. This is it this is so right. Yes yeah felt right on so many levels and it was bad ass like early tonight. Sounds like running I do? I was development groups that had my recruiters both for general. In fact nows all over that when it came time to those nuts through the medical exam. I was unable to pass the medical exam because of my history with mental health struggles. So that took a while. Were through whether I wanted to choose my values of honesty or I dream of being a human and I ended up choosing my values so I said goodbye to that career. I'm still working through sanctified career. I was like well on still here right. I so WANNA save lives. I WanNa do this thing. And so decided were trading search and rescue dog so I have the best partner in the world. I love that I get to work with the dog and it's been a relating training process so far how. I'm glad that you were able to take that experience in. Use It in a positive way because it's not very often you hear somebody that. I mean you could hear it in your voice. How excited you were to be like a pair rescue. I mean how cool is that? Even I have is like bad ass. I'd love to do that but you took that and you turned it around instead of wallowing and being like well. What do I do now? You took it in used. His Lake Full throttle. Like all right well fine. I'm going to do this then in it. Sounds like you've been pretty successful with it. It's been a journey and Judy Farren. The transparent there was a lot of Welwyn. There are many gallons of ice creams. I don't know what I'm GonNa do right but I did. Catch hold of that concept of the dream that execution was gonna be different but the concept and the impact that I wanted to make still the same so like I said He. I mean it's been a great trainer so far away are almost halfway through training. But it's been really great foreigner. Glad that I was able to stand up and say I'm still going to do this. I just have to change methodology. Yeah right and you know everybody's got emotions whether you have a mental health history or not people have emotions in it that happens but you didn't let it define you where some people may have. Some people might have been just like shit all right. You know what I had this mental health history. I'm doomed. I'm done so I'm just GonNa go work Walmart in succumb to that and advance into well. Okay I can still do this and I can do it in a different facet and be happy. So that's really cool. Now you got some so. I'm one of the people I actually hate this or full and people are like everything happens for a reason and shot up like I just want to punch you in a throat at the well. Maybe that did happen for a reason and all that. I'm sorry I punched you in a throw. I guess you're right. I just hate that. But you know sounds like Kevin was saying like everything's kind of worked out like you work with animals now I see or emt year also a self defense structures. I mean it sounds like you found a way to do what you wanted to do. But your own way where you're still happy with it. You're still goal oriented and you didn't just fall. I guess that's it like it's over. I guess I'm just going to sit here and wait for something to come my way like you went out and sought after what you wanted. Absolutely I always say getting my dog meet. Cb getting he was a mid life crisis for sure. It was like you know what I'm doing but she was the best midlife crisis. And if I have a midlife crisis in twenty more years.
"beyer" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos
"Me so again so we got that going. Let's talk about where you came from and why you're doing what you do now. What happened so there is kind of interconnected pieces to wear doing now. And I think my story starts with us when I was fourteen and I started a son run. Fundraiser benefited first family. I lost their son to illness and then later to other families and I kinda wanted my tongue a little bit. Got Me Interested in a world of entrepreneurship and speaking 'cause I was giving the pre runs those events up the microphone in front of a couple of hundred people and sharing why we were there. How they're making an impact in a little bit about the family and then as I moved Fresh offer junior year of high school and then as I got into the Middle Years I personally really started to struggle with mental health. I was in a really codependent relationship with someone who is also struggling and I put him on my shoulders and was like right. I'm responsible for your happiness and for your life and that's not really the best way to do it. Habits not a great way to support someone else. Despite my good intentions not really dragged me down as well so as I moved. Instant haulage into my adult stays inserted myself out of this mental health struggles. I saw how many people around me were struggling with the same thing you know. I was talking to friends or bicycle. Slander like also over a decision that they had in this person still struggling with this and I was like. I didn't even know these people were struggling. It's just it's such a prevalent issue but that's not talked about enough so I knew that when I was struggling it would've made a world of difference to me or someone would have come to me and said Hey I've been there. I've been where you are. I've gotten out of it. Let me hold your hand. Let me hold the lantern for you as you walk out that Woulda made such a difference for mean and so. I've taken my story and the lessons I've learned. I traveled from place to place where it was healthy to place where I could start to build this life that I have now that I really wanted to live and I've been able to speeches and through a monsoon quite all in this together for people. So they can get out of that spot so you can. Maybe kind of relate that to like putting your oxygen mask on first on an airplane right. Yeah help yourself first before you can help other people. Yeah absolutely. I always thought that exact analogy you know when they give you that safety at the beginning of a flight. I was like that's ridiculous. Of course I'M GONNA put it on the person next to him before I put it on myself and to be honest. Probably still wouldn't put it on the Chris next to me before I put it on myself. But when you make that a long term thing when you're constantly putting someone else before you and taking responsibility for them before just prioritizing your knees actually taking responsibility for their lives that is very detrimental over the long run. Yeah so I read someplace that you're an EMT. I am Yes so are we. But with what you're saying with putting the Oxygen Mask on first the biggest personality trait that I've noticed with people that are either. Emt's firefighters police. Officers nurses is. We are the worst at taking care of ourselves. We are very very bad at it. So that analogy of putting the oxygen mask on first and taking care of the people next to you. You know we don't tend to do that. We tend to like you were saying with your other relationship. Your priority was them which then in turn you lost a priority out yourself so the thing I noticed with like I said with the providers is we are so much in tune with other people and how they're feeling and and we just kind of self employed and that's why it's so critical to be able to your support system have self care routine or whatever that looks like for you but be able to set back down at the end of the workday three no. That's not necessarily easy. Qb Bars down and go home and have the rest of your life your rights and not. You know constantly be immersed in the brainwaves. Were again that line is huge right. Absolutely in the stigma I think in our profession now to Selena air. Both firefighters is if you didn't know that Jesse is the fact that it's becoming less and less of a thing to say that you've got some issues going on which is great. I think there's been a big wave of change over the last ten years. I've been in the Fire Service for twenty four and for better than half of it. You didn't ask for help because if you did. You weren't tough right and it's changed over that course of time and I think it's because of people like you that have stepped up and said look at these E. AP COUNSELORS. Maybe aren't doing the job that we think they should be doing. You know not saying that. They're not meaning well and what they do in their profession but they can't connect with people like us like maybe you can because you have experienced in the field of ems absolutely. And I love what you said about the stigma making. It seem like not talk with you have mental illness and I always like to say is that strength is not the opposite of mental illness and mental health is not opposite of weakness in those two things are not related in the slightest and it can be so easy to relate them. Say you're just weak. You can't handle stress and say to yourself as well Always coming from other people. But I'm so happy that I can play a part in breaking down some data. Glad that you guys have seen it as well but it started to fall apart from what I read in your bio your overcame some self harm. How bad did it get for you if you're okay to talk about it would depths? Are we talking here because in a we've talked to other motivational speakers on here? We've talked to people beginning of this year. Honestly this whole year to me may be able to agree has been a hot of this how to cope how to change your life how to be more positive. I love it. I think it's great. I think people need that. But what happened with you? I was using south harm as a way to take everything in my head. I understand it translated into something that made sense for me so my head was if you know me on a personal level my brain is always going a million miles an hour. It has different ideas thoughts and all these different things that takes on a dark tints control so my brain which is be firing on so many levels so many hurtful negative thoughts of myself and I couldn't make sense of everything Feeling just made me want to scream but physical pain. I could understand that made sense. I knew what that was. I knew how to handle it. Make It stop. I was in control of making a start and stop in so I really used as Mike coping mechanism. That's really what it was for me. And people who is so harm. They all have different reasons for doing so. Sos for me so it was the fact that you could control that. That's what the drive was behind. Whatever you did to a cutting or whatever. Yeah it was the fact that you could start it and you could stop at. That was the pure drive. It was the control and the ability to take the mental craziness and put it into something very simple that I understand. Yes control did it. Take your mind off of what you were thinking about. Yes or no to remove the thoughts but for the moment it just felt like a signed release. It was like okay. My brain is calm. I know what this feeling is and now I just want to put myself back together and go back to life. So it's almost euphoric little bit. Like a calming you for Right Right Right. Like pop. A benzoate O or something. You're probably underage. I can bottle of whisky seeing which is probably a good thing but like you know people in our field when they harm to go out. You know they have affairs. Maybe a bit more unsafe with their choices in life. They drown their sorrows at the bottom of an empty whiskey glass. I know for me personally. That was my former self harm out. Go out and drink it away. Have a headache the next day and do it all over again. Yeah it's just whatever you had access to at that point Absolutely cutting cut.
"beyer" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos
"Read the first three chapters free and her website. A JESSE BUYER INTERNATIONAL DOT COM. Ladies and gentlemen give a warm welcome to our friend. Jesse buyer Sir Allah Yucky. What'S UP. Thanks for having me. Yeah tonight I'm really sorry here. So I'm shaping inside I'm okay with that stormy like thunderstorms are stormy like snowstorms. What's No you earlier today? But now it's just raining and dark and gross was dinner you not. I mean Oregon. Oh we're again. It's a beautiful state right it is. It's my favorite place in the world. I love the Pacific northwest much. Does it rain a lot there? Serena's much as they say it does. Yes absolutely I recently. I think something like two hundred sixty days a year. Rain so yeah. Iran's a lot. Wow I think Rochester's beat them. She's all happy now mark. I think we're the worst now. Hey congratulations we gotta be good at something. Other than the highest murder per capita being illiterate. You know all that it's crazy over here but a lot of people ask me like how we stay positive in such a grim gloomy atmosphere. Maybe we'll get a Lotta Sun in the summer. Springtime we see a lot but a winter. It tends to be cloudy a lot. So it's like like how do you stay positive and I'm like well? It does justify some of our Moody Nece in New York so we could justify it with that but when you're born here just like I'm sure you are the same. You're used to it so this is just what you live in differently. Somebody dealing with a freaking cold up in Canada in I will say though I went to college in Minnesota Colin so Kline kind of a shock but I did okay. I need it so I think we can adopt a little bit. Minnesota's terrible in a winner yet. Last winter we had negative stay with the wind. Chill holy cow. That's a whole lot of fuck no for me. I have five month old puppy at the time so we were hooked up to say the least. She's a Britney Britney form of a Brian Bird dog okay. Well.
"beyer" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos
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Jon White Thinks 'Omaha Beach' is Extraordinary
"Other thing I wanted to point out about Omaha which that I think is absolutely extraordinary is he's done something that I i Don I've seen another horse do maybe there is another one out there Dick Girardi probably would be the one to to ask about this but Omaha beaches eight times now and by the way he lost his first four career starts now he's won four in a row so that's rather unusual you don't really see that too often we're horse starts off over four and then now has a real four straight wins but he got a sixty two beyer speed figure in his career debut little more than a year ago a del Mar on the Turf and from that sixty to his buyers have been seventy eight eighty eighty three ninety ninety six six one zero one one three he's improved his buyer every single time he is gone out there that that's one the most just remarkable buyer figures in terms of the pattern I have ever
Part 3: Jeff Siegel, Ed DeRosa, James Scully
"Jeff Good Morning Good morning how you doing excellent and lots to digest. We've already talked to the J ribbon earlier this morning morning. I want to get your take on what went on about the racist we discussed last week including the the upset which I think is less shocking talking than people. The people are are feeling. It didn't seem upon further review that Mongolian groom was all that impossible well. He wants to me I mean I thought he'd run well but I I really I'd watch McKinsey working. I thought he was ready to roll. Oh and just looking at the form I thought that he would win and he he moved to the top of the stretch like he was going to pounce and then he kind of flat out and I I always had a little sense of doubt that maybe he wasn't quite amount of quarterhorse but this is only a mile and they and I was disappointed and I think Bob Baffert with two do I really was an he's made in announcement that he's going to replace my Smith with a writer that we don't know who's going to be. I'm sure all the the agents are kind of hanging around trying to throw their hat in the ring but yeah I mean I it was I mean it's it's just it's the nature of the game here. We've you see this happen a lot and perhaps the real the real important racist coming up a month from now but if you've you know food for thought as to whether or not the horse that we also at least I thought was the number one older horse in the country. is really that much better than everybody else and amount of quarter. I think it's anybody's game now fold in as well the the result at the Jockey Club Gold Cup and what did you think of the takedown and who do you favor of the two of them coming out west well. I'll tell you what that I I was kind of hoping that it didn't come down and even I thought the three year old is going to win the race going in and what am I ran well. I thought he I thought he had every chance to get by but it was a tough. It's tough to lose a race lightweight like way when push came to shove and unfortunately for her also did come to push he he hung in there I think both both of those are deserving the universal. I'd come already come out west a winner racer over the summer so we subtract and so they'll meet again it's I I. I was talking about this. The other day was Zoe on our podcast and we we were pretty much not baffled. I don't think that's the way but kind of open to in trying to figure out who might win the plastic doors so many possibilities now so many horses that look like they're capable title stepping up some of them that look good or maybe vulnerable so I duNNo. We'll be watching the next couple of three weeks to see who trains the best. Maybe maybe we can come up with a conclusion but right now now. It's really a mess we'll wait till they get the decisions. The final decisions horses like a late and late would add another wrinkle visit I think they're thinking mile and a quarter and the boys aren't that top much tougher for maybe the midnight DC would be if he ran against her again and and a mile an eighth in the in the the staff so that would that would certainly make an interesting well a couple of other thoughts jeff about last weekend the reasons we discussed filled D'Amato just a of magical a couple of days pee wee reese on Friday mirth and Cleopatra Strike in the Rodeo drive and the John Henry able to Geo Story. I keep coming back to it because what can you say and then Sunday Paradise Woods and I ask you the same question that I brought up up with Jay and I asked Sadler too Sadler Sheriff's the other day if she runs that race of the distaff she's she's a major major player and I know she's a notorious in and outer but I thought that was a terrific effort it was it was accomplished under under pristine conditions sitting right outside a speed horse with nobody all rounder nobody in front of her nobody beside her with kind of like a workout for but she did feel the deal as she finished strongly and she earned a beyer speed figure that was something like eight or nine points better than they were not that that means anything but bottom line is she ran really well now whether or not she can do that again I don't know if he pointed out not exactly your model of consistency and I thought maybe your best days were behind her but boy did she work well and I I I yeah I mean you have to go. You have to think that going into the dispatch. This definitely has a legitimate chance I mean if she decides to show up with a game the thing that we're going to start talking about Jeff when when when I'm at clockers corner and and we're watching horses work and when we analyzed the the XP TV workouts leading up to the race between you and Millie Ah Zoe is going to be fitness levels and the one thing you're not going to have to worry about John. The sheriff's Baffert and Sadler is is fitness of these horses on that racetrack and that's going to be a huge factor and I'm I'M GONNA keep referring to the east coast horses that went to del Elmar for the Pacific Classic and God drowned on that deep surface and Steve Asmussen asked me to his credit with with tenfold he learned his lesson and went out early with Mottola because he is not gonna get caught on that element he wants his horses. This is ready to travel over that surface and it's going to be something we we really focus on and then I'm sure in the recap you know after breeders Peter Scott. It's GONNA come up well down. Mars is eat but it's it's not it's not any deeper than in Santa Anita where this is not the old Santa Anita track backwards you know three quarters in eight and change all all day long I mean you have to be did fit to run on. This track is deep. You just tiring you you have to train over it. I think I think it really helps and yeah I think it's going to be very important to to to watch the works and I I do think it's going to be a great advantage for horses to get in early and get a beast of one or maybe even to work over the drag your possible because it's it's not it's it's tough. It's it's it. It's deeper than New York and Belmont Park is I'm convinced of that and I know Belmont to be called the fanny and all that but this track is is big heavy. I mean it's the faith it's safe and that's why they made it so deep but you've gotta get through it and you gotTa. That'd be fit well. Let's get set to look at the weekend and before we talk about Saturday any any day maker ideas for today well. You know it's yeah I mean I I did do a couple of San Anita and I can give the a little bit of an insight today's tough but I like the Philly name swirling in the fourth race she's not the favorite averaged five to two zero six two five in there she's a late running turf sprinter that that I that likes attending through force and they're starting to run five and a half now in the first we've got a couple now they extended the shootout there so she'd found five furlongs on this course a little stripe and she was hitting the boy and running well but just running out of room now she goes five and a half and I noticed in the few couple of five and a half long since we've had so far that the closers have a better chance and she's she's good enough to win. and I think that extra half for a long we'll give her the edge that she needs so I'm looking at number two swirling in the fourth race to kind of heightened me over for that's my play play today. It's an okay car not a great guard but I think we can we can get some value there because she's not going to be the favorite it's excellent all right swirling today and Let's let's go to the weekend and obviously the steak the steak side of things Let's talk about talk about the city of hope I because it it it really is intriguing and I brought up with Jay earlier. Jeff the mixing and matching of older horses. I mean really veteran in six seven eight year olds like synchrony and Ohio and Bolo and catapult facing off against some horses that may be emerging What's your angle in the studio? It's really hard. I handicap this this race and I came up with about four or five that on their best day could win. synchrony is intriguing to me I think he's intrinsically the best of the group but he doesn't have a lot of tactical speed and going a mile on this course even though he's running the tool aww theoretically he could maybe draft into the mid part of the mid packing and save the nangle out and get through he tends to give himself a lot to do and I remember when he came out here for the CBS del Mar last November. The same thing happened. Do that was sixteen. He fell back. He he had some traffic trouble he got. That's where we finished. Fuller Ronnie finished thirty one but but he didn't get there so I I like him at five to one at synchrony shipper I I hope he gets the trip. If he doesn't then you can make a case for a number of these. I mean looking for fifteen to one shot number four on your program. Aziz restrained vengeance. He's GonNa get loose in the lead and if he does that he can be dangerous. TAT upholds training really well but he's form doesn't look all that well you gotta go back to the Kilroy Mile Back in March the finding good but at least it was over this turf fourth and he could pop up Sadler. He's five to one the raises a bunch of the race basically is is a bunch. That's a five to one shots hoping for good luck but I think maybe if he gets through synchrony can win I wanted to I wanted to like River Boyne off the lay off and then John White made him four to one and that that cooled my ardor well you know I looked at him him and he was a very good three year old and he hasn't won at four and haven't made a lot of progress at least according to his numbers and he goes from practice and I'm looking elsewhere. Let's put it that way you know a to go back to an angle from last week as that in fact Jay also came up with and Dash the other filled D'Amato player and here's able to do who the things that just seem to be running for Jeff at at least from what we saw last week while they they ran for a golden gate when he was leading rider up there and I talked to them for a number of years actually we had horses up there and he he wrote for us always felt that he was good enough but he was kingpin up there era and then he decided to make the leap and I thought it might be tough for them but it really hasn't he's really falling favor with the with the horsemen down here and he's a strong writer but he's a good rider as far as and dishes concern. He's coming off a nice win. Del Mar.. He's obviously never beaten this this group although he did run second Mendelssohn and his racing debut of that matters which it doesn't that was way back in two thousand seventeen at the Curragh but but he's he's he's developing. He's he's coming around and the way the model is going. I mean I wouldn't put anything past him and especially in a race like this in which really there is no standout and anything can happen so hey why not wanting to watch a couple of other thoughts. what do you make of this chance Salat Omaha beach matchup the very very different set of three year olds against elders in the in the sprint championship wells twelve sheds lots four to five in the morning line because he's not only the fastest horse in the race in terms of numbers but he's also look controlling speed and he doesn't even have to go that fast my my concern was and it's kind of happened in the Jerkins a little bit then I know that the inside part of the wasn't particularly hit that day but they kinda slowdown down twenty three flat forty five and and he's fast horse and I think you gotta use his weapon and I think going three quarters. They don't have to worry too much about you. Know saving reading anything so I I would suspect he'll bust out there and go. He had a nice breeze over the track. I think Navarro did the right thing by bringing them out early and breezy had a half and forty. He's seven and one third fastest at sixty five last week and he lied did it. The right way looked like he was relaxed like he got over the track very very well so he's going to be it really hard for Omaha Beach the rundown although I my theory about Omaha beach is that he's always wanted to be a sprinter and because he was so good and all the money's going long long that Richard Mandella kept running them wrong and why wouldn't he won the rebel in the Arkansas Derby any may have even able to win the Kentucky Derby had come down with the trap Levada brought his only sprint race of his career only race of seven that he actually sprinted
"beyer" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report
"So I'll get but dick Beyer was is a legend if you can day meltzer's got on his site as a real cool podcast about dick and his career unless you hear the accolades that he earned and a country that at one time was not overly fond of Americans. He is it's an amazing story. So for that in many more reasons he'll be sorely missed especially the call for early club and other places. He's a class act pro's pro and the slaughtered off the week is. Is dick the destroyer Beyer? Apparently, they have a pet raccoon bath will turn my heel had on as they say, he not. Turn my villain had on. New with nuclear shooters, no note to never shooter. Please get that out of your mind. The only alpha male nece house right now to you. And of course, I ended up being in the dungeon in the bay. I went to the basement Muslim at the woodshed. I got stretched Pitkin goofy. That wasn't picking give us a great day. How sore for about a week. But it was a great day. One of the candidates for. Can goofy. Were this week is. The I'm Anita cash. Jose canseco. After a rod and J lo got engaged as big news this weekend Jose tweeted that Iran is currently cheating on J lo with Jose's ex wife. Jessica all the plot thickens should be arresting Anglo wrestling storyline. And then, of course, Jose. Kind of deviate from Maine the good Samaritan two. A rod. No that jaylo. No a-rod cheating owner allegedly. He pitched an idea for a match to make a payday. Can you imagine how long a rod thought about boxing or have an MA match with Jose Canseco? Yeah. New York minute. Our New Jersey minute salute my friend, Dave rip,.
"beyer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Until june so they see we've got really plenty of time and i say back to them well what if there's a prospective buyer who needs to sell their home before they purchase yours this home that you're selling is probably not going to be for first time beyer said there may not be as much time as you think so i'm going ahead i'm going to meet with them and my suggestion is going to be let's get the house ready let's go ahead and signed the paperwork let's let potential buyers no with it's available this summer let's let buyers no if we need an extended settlement or the possibility of a rent fat let's let the buyers no we may even consider a in june contract so if you want to sell your house this summer let's not wait until the summer to listless house let's get a jump jump as in in uh olympics let's get a jump on this spring season if you're thinking about selling a home now is the time to do it if you want to sell it in the spring so again this is what i'm calling the spring olympics of real estate there's a way of tying real estates in what the olympics are now so again we're going back to some of the things that that people are asking for and a house may have may not have i'll have people who say i have to have the bedrooms on the first floor i'll have.