17 Burst results for "Bob La"

"bob la" Discussed on Hearts Unleashed

Hearts Unleashed

04:43 min | Last week

"bob la" Discussed on Hearts Unleashed

"That i bring that up because i went through about a year and a half of total struggle before i was able to turn my first profit in my business and the thing is that i didn't really put a whole lot of thought into what i was doing which i think that some of the best decisions i've ever made in my life have come on a whim like that. Just listening to my intuition and taking it. You know it just just taking it. Forward that way. Taken that leap of faith but i took that leap of faith but it was like i was still a baby. I was still just learning about hypnosis in the law of attraction the way the power of the mind works. I knew everything that they're i needed to know on a conscious level to teach this stuff to other people on to make these brilliant recordings in to help other people change their lives but i had not integrated into what i knew on a conscious level into my sub-conscious mind and so i was struggling and this is going to surprise. A lot of people in this is like kind of a no-brainer kind of adu- but what happened is when i quit my job and started going full time into this. I went into total panic stress fighter flight mode to try to just make this business happen and i was forcing rather than coming from inspiration and i was really grasping at straws and and and staying up all night and making these recordings and like i was really working hard and really doing what i loved. But i hadn't changed my subconscious programming. About how i needed to work hard and never get ahead and these were words that i had heard growing up. You never going to get ahead and you have to work hard. And bob la all those things were still part of my belief system and you know so. I wasn't doing anything to change that programming. I was literally make literally being a hypocrite. Making these wonderful recordings for people trying to sell them but not doing the work anymore. Like i was done like. I've taken all these classes. I've read all these books. I you know. I felt like i really knew my staff but and i did know my stuff. I just didn't have an integrated into my subconscious. Mind so one day. I'm just like down my hands and knees just crying and it's like this is the way it was supposed to be like. why be. why is this happening to be. Why can i make anybody.

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"bob la" Discussed on AA Beyond Belief

AA Beyond Belief

05:15 min | Last month

"bob la" Discussed on AA Beyond Belief

"But that you did you do have some recommendations for how maybe an intervention might be done. I wonder if you could talk about that for a little bit. I think You know each of us has individual right Work for one person will works for and you know some people. I don't think anybody responds well to especially at this point. Because we've become reliant on out. I don't think anybody responds very well to so many sitting there yelling at you and telling you in all and that's what they show. Unfortunately in movies and tv shows did use to watch series. Did you ever watch intervention. the it was like. Oh god yeah. My wife. And i used to watch it all the time and it was usually est the usually what would happen as the adequate pissed off around way but yeah i don't like and i you know i understand why somebody might be driven to that You know this is a good point for me to tell timothy everything. He's done wrong in how it's me and everything like that. I don't think that's a good catalyst to get somebody to decide on their own. You know if you're yelling and screaming at them. They made the decision for you. It's time for you to go to rehab. If your mom's looking at you and saying your causing me pain it has to be your decision. It's is it. Were still doing And the know the as what got me. That's why again i understand. You know you drug somebody stir. The adults has drug. Somebody's through the mud for twenty years. And somebody says this is your opportunity. Now just as a human. You're good you know. I can put everything on the table gets here. Everything they've done to me. Bob la and it takes a lot of strength on that person's part in what i whatever it is your spouse's part to step back and say this might be my moment to confront them and might want to yell at them but that's not going to get him where he needs to be and ultimately that's my goal. Yeah so you after this meeting with your mother and your family you and you were already ready to go to treatment. You went to treatment. And i think i think if i remember right in your book you went to a couple of treatments and maybe it was the first one. You didn't like where they did the horses that it was. I didn't like either. But the one i wasn't going to accept it. That's what i said. The first one was technically a waste of time. Because i didn't plan on stopping drinking actor and was that more. This intervention was that before. This conversation okay. Correct.

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"bob la" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

Papa Phd Podcast

04:26 min | 2 months ago

"bob la" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

"And she said oh. Yeah my favorite podcasts. Plan through apologies. Bob la and i was like really like people listen to this. I don't know it's still shocks me. Sometimes i'm like like really like there's actually a human on the other side of these numbers. And i know it up here. But it's an natalie said waking up to a new review is wonderful and that is so true. Yeah it's it's so true it is and it kind of Because you an until you get you get the first message of the first couple of message you can. You can doubt yourself because you you still listening to these awesome and highly produced podcasts. Every day and you can fall into the air of comparing but then when this message comes it is wonderful. It's it gives you it kind of recharges your battery for for the season and and let's keep let's keep Let's keep bring bring the been people on that have great stories and and helping people who are in need of inspiration or need of some laughter or in need of You know just a moment of decompression and learning about plants for sure or sure question do you. Students are students your listeners. Do you know this have an idea. you know. there's a few. I had actually comment from a former student from last semester. A very very kind comment kinder than i deserved and it was. It was really nice so yeah some of them. Listen i i kind of feel weird about like hard selling my podcast to my students. I i mentioned in the beginning of the semester. That i've got a podcast and i'll i'll bring it up from time to time in that. You know if they wanna listen. That's fine don't want him to feel like they need to write Oh this is. This is kind of an aside but so i do. I do an assignment at the end of the semester where they get to pick one of three topics That we covered Like one of them's about like plant breeding in water conservation. We may do climate change this semester. Whatever you know. Everything's and in the past. I've had them right like a.

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"bob la" Discussed on The Impostor Syndrome Terminator

The Impostor Syndrome Terminator

03:57 min | 2 months ago

"bob la" Discussed on The Impostor Syndrome Terminator

"Three thousand forty four hundred fifty two four hours and then you'll unlock the door to abundance. If that was a case everyone would have done it when a dumb if something worked like that like a magic pill at one would do it now holding onto that belief. This is why this what this is. What this entire podcast episode is about holding onto the belief that something outside of you or a specific strategy is the magic formula. The ultimate key to success is the worst thing we can ever do because we will never fully be able to unlock the door to abundance taking doing these things with an incoherent belief system with regards to vision or goal is going to do nothing else than put us in this vicious circle where we constantly feel that we need these jest that extra thing to finally be successful. And i know this because i have been there you know in the very beginning in my business i i said oh if only i had this marketing program then i could be successful and then i had the marketing program and then zakia. But i don't have a nice website once i'll have a nice website that gives gives out like credit credible vibes than it will be so much easier to have coins and then i had a nice website. Knows like yeah. It's because my audience is not big enough. So once i have a big audience all it will be able to convert more clients and then the audience went up. And i still felt stuck sometimes and i was like yay. But if i had a passive funnel blah blah blah blah blah blah blah. We could go on with this be asked for hours and hours. So what does it take to get clients abundance and money in your business and in your life. How do we put the power back in your hands instead of attributing or basically instead of giving away all of power and believing that uh of being successful is dependent on outward outward factors which by the way if we don't have that much money to invest right now it would basically mean. Hey sorry charlie. If you don't have ten k. To spend funnels. Facebook ads granted photos in a big audience. While you can never be successful not true rights how do reclaim your power. How do you reclaim your power to be able to manifest clients right now without having to depend on stuff that you actually need and that of course could be useful at different stages in your business but are absolutely not a condition or a necessity for you to be successful here is how you attract more clients and abundance in your life rather than the old way number one and these. Don't come in any specific order them. Just going to talk about the aspect that i've observed in my clients in friends and even family members or in my audience was just amazing people who've Reach out on instagram. To give me feedback et. Cetera et cetera. At number one. No specific order is getting rid of imposter syndrome. Now i know you like what they talking about. Ns like it's just getting rid of imposter syndrome while no. It's not just getting rid of imposter syndrome. But one of the reasons like we don't necessarily think of that in the first place is exactly because of the problem we've been talking about. We have so many people out there. Rightfully so right. No shame on them. They're just doing business selling guelleh instagram. How genetic dog how to convert clients on clubhouse. How do you own branded pictures. Bob la so much noise out there. Making us believe that we need these things that sometimes we forget the fundamentals and guess what do you know when people come back to the fundamentals..

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"bob la" Discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

02:39 min | 2 months ago

"bob la" Discussed on The Vergecast

"This am alford doing combining pictures on basically every frame they're basically running the same processes they use to improve their photos on video and the teepee is what allows it because you know four k. Video at thirty second is Pretty fast so you need fast. Custom-made processor to be able to apply machine learning to all incoming data so that this is another one that i really kind of understand. Why unpack more. So when you say you're running the hdr pipeline on a photo. What you mean is actually captured multiple photos at multiple exposures. We've merged them we've done. Things like detect faces in skies. That's on m. l. and we've produced this complicated collection of pixels that we insist on calling. Yeah are they doing that now. For every frame of video so they collecting multiple exposures for every frame of video. That is an excellent question is is is when you shoot four k. Thirties had actually like four k. One twenty and they're like taking four and making a single frame like doing that literally. Thirty frames thirty times a second and also just ramping. The exposure of. I can't believe that they're doing that. But i don't know but they are. They are using these said he said we're using the same. Hd arnett that we use on photos on video so like what does that mean. I don't know what i do know. Is it means that google instead of saying that it does video horror. They're saying no good video. This is this is the bottom line across. All of this stuff is like is the tensor processor. The system faster than a series or at least a qualcomm. Does this all these questions. Bob la la if it makes the video actually good and it makes google actually make claims that they are making the best thing. Now we get like say. Google says they're making the best thing in judge that instead of google made a phone but they're kind of like it's kind of mid range kind of has it so you know the videos that great but they're not saying it is you know If they're actually making the claim now that's exciting like if the video is good than hooray. Does it max out at thirty the number of things. They just wouldn't tell you. This is one of the strangest launches. I've ever seen like alex you ever encountered if oman's like this no it's it's been super super bazaar at like just kind of baffled by but okay great. Give me a preview. Preview preview pre pre preview. Google announced the pixel five eight by denying rumors. It was cancelled. That is this just a symptom of the fact that google is terrible at leaks..

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"bob la" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

05:38 min | 4 months ago

"bob la" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Moss. The all it goes with that. And you can talk about technicalities was. He is good work with light as turner. Where does he. Oh bob la la whereas when you're dining front to something like the banana or perhaps an and if t then you well i was going to say. Maybe i'm just getting myself tangled up here. Because then i thought to see it as something of and that changes my whole reaction response and thoughts but well let me ask you this. It might have something if i may. What did have something to do with the complexity or lack thereof say the turner versus subpoena. Yes no.

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"bob la" Discussed on The Indigo Podcast

The Indigo Podcast

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"bob la" Discussed on The Indigo Podcast

"That's quantitative about something because what'll happen and we know this from the science in group out group will four and as a leader, you've got to cure rate that culture not only the broader culture but that team culture and be watching for especially when New People are coming on, that's the time you know we talk about you know people derailing. That, some of that derailment can be caused by those impressions and having some language to force people to say listen, we don't go by first impressions here we only make qualitative data driven decisions that is the norm for this team. Maybe you're the one who has a problem you know you can start shaping that kind of thing. So be watching for that as a manager as a leader. It reminds me of this time back early in my I. My navy career back when I was on active duty and we got a new captain for our ship and You know everyone when you get a new leader when a new person around everyone's trying to figure that person out right and. I. Was talking about the new captain with another person is like yeah, you know he seems like a Pretty Good Bob La, and this person who with whom is having the conversation was much more experience than I had been in the Navy probably longer than I've been alive at that point and this person said to me..

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"bob la" Discussed on MNO Podcast

MNO Podcast

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"bob la" Discussed on MNO Podcast

"I think that Youtube relationships don't last in the same way that a lot of reality TV star relationships don't last is that when things get to a certain point, they feel like they have to fake the funk. As opposed to like taking care of their staff flake. In, one of these families that we both whites The father was unhappy. Didn't went the lifestyle that he was. Portraying an all that stuff and so he started to behave out side of the marriage. But of course, he was continuing act like everything was great. Everything was great emam. She was exposed then it was okay. Well, now we're going to counseling and we are trying to figure our staff from Bob La and inevitably got divorced because the reality is that's not where the father wanted to be. Legs were said in the case of the Toyin Adam they were still doing good base leeming. They still doing good in terms of their business they just. Felt like a we have to do the right thing and be married and stay married and have our kids and Blah Blah Blah and it's like if y'all are not romantically compatible. Yeah. Don't fake the funk for US yeah. But I don't feel like it's just for us. It's also for a check for endorsement deals for securing potential deals for their kids in the future. So it's like. The have you have the business aspect where you do really well, when work together but the romantic or maybe marriage bonding like you said, it's just not there anymore. So that's the is like if you built them together and their wheat into each other, I don't know exactly how you'll be able to separate that and keep the foundation strong. I am. Bad I don't I don't want it for myself. Say for sure. But I'm also someone that's like when I see that something's not working the I think I've said on this podcast but you definitely know Eliot be like was this isn't working so Clear or I'm. Going to be out..

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"bob la" Discussed on Hearts Unleashed

Hearts Unleashed

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"bob la" Discussed on Hearts Unleashed

"Would cast a new wish or make a new ask of my learning experience right? This would continue with learning to serve. Serve there was new techniques available, there was understanding what days are better to serve, or what times of day when the tide is in Bob La so each time that I would hit. A new level of success is when I would would want to get more skilled at it, so this happens with us when learning a new skill with evolving in the world with leveling up in life new every time. Time, we hit a new salary. We then are like we learned. We kind of calibrate at that salary, and we're like well now. I need more or want more. We have bigger desires so I really spend some time explaining the contrast because we get disappointed when we get to a new milestone that we thought was our big dream, and it's not so every time we notice a contrast that step one. We then move into the step two, which is ask when we see a contrast, we have a new desire. This is natural. Okay, and so step two is ask. It's that quick, we say. Okay I want this now, and that's really stuff, too. So done, and then the next step is step three is when you ask. It is given when you ask. It is given when you ask, it is given. Did you hear me all when you ask? It is given and so I say that many times because it is that freaking simple. The step I'm going to go right into step. Four is receive. This is where the hangup is so. Step one notice the contrast. Then by nature in step to you make an ask a declaration I want this I want more. I want better, and so you send this declaration, or let's say with dating right. Is you think you want these ten things in a relationship or of that significant other, and when you have all ten of those things or maybe nine of them? You realize I don't like that one I don't like that one I. I want this this that and the other now and you make a new ask so step two is simple. You just have a new desire now and then when you ask, and it is given meaning it is the world. The Universe God is conspiring in your favor to deliver that new. Ask to you and in the step four. The biggest blocks is our inability to receive. There is a million dollars available to. To you I loved playing this game with money. Right because when you think about what you're wanting. Let's say more money, and I tell you there is a million dollars available to you. In the world, it can come to you in about a billion different ways, and I started playing a game with myself with money, thinking if I was at a restaurant, there were dollar bills in the cash register, and in people's. People's Pockets and in the checkbooks going between the cashiers, hands are the service hands, and there was money in every store that I drove by. There is money in people's cars right like I knew that there was money surrounding me. Millions of dollars surrounding me in a matter of city block is there's millions of dollars in my vicinity, and I started to play that game and something else that want another manifestation. Skill with money that I did was I had a one, five, ten, twenty, fifty and one hundred dollar bill in my wallet at all times for a while I was playing that game with like I could afford that like..

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"bob la" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"bob la" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"The company is keeping its. Appointed healthy. At some point. Point word for freaking word like I said they don't even bothered a rewarded a little bit. Not even that much you know. The embarrassed. You're taking the peace directly from a for profit business. Who Giving you information? That's GonNa make more money, and you just read it and pretend it's a new story. About that at all. Yeah, it's just A. You know it doesn't bother me as much as it bothers me with politicians who get to do that all the time with news outlets, but it is, it's the richest. The richest man in the world sent to new stations pre written new story, and they just read. Hey, read this show this all right Mr Basis. Yes, sir. Now, all you have to do is say according to Amazon. They've reworked there. Is, Bob La rewrite the story. If you can verify any of it, I mean it wouldn't even take that long, but they don't. Even they don't even have that much effort in A. It's really quite amazing. Yeah, but I got I would think it like you said it wouldn't take very long a half an hour. You could check with your local. Whatever kind of store shipping outlet and see what they're doing. Yeah, yeah, nope, nothing. Slap that puppy on the air and repeat the words of just Jeff Bays Verda for words so lazy home I got so if you hear a story about Amazon. That doesn't what the. Commercial. And again you could even say in a press release Amazon, says there reworking their operation to keep their employees healthy. Make it clear that they're putting it out there, but no these people read it as if it's their own reporting, which is so dishonest..

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"bob la" Discussed on The Trash Tapes

The Trash Tapes

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"bob la" Discussed on The Trash Tapes

"A toy store and just painted a little bit and put a string on go like this a spaceship. It's kind of brilliant in that sense but you can hold but other than that. It's also like just as elongated moments like the edits for example. Well just that just sometimes just cutting to a person staring at something very low periods of time or or travelling through space just seems as if they were proud out of those miniatures and says this is so cool. Yeah that we need to see every minute of this cool this and and he just looks like filler. Times doesn't it because it's like they just. I don't know what to do this. But let's just do a long sequence is just basically exterior in five. Just GonNa keep going. How long is this space year? I mean I've seen people do jokes about it where it's just. It's almost like they want to show the beginning of the ship. Right to the end of the ship. Yeah but when you do go quite quickly this will just keeps. It's like slow traveling. Yes it movies like space balls and stuff do things. They edited joke about that. Yeah but you know what it feels like you more. Even though I don't know if the movie came out before or after this Jim remember the Very First Star Trek Jack Movie The motion picture. No Right Star Trek. The motion picture was the very first proper star trek movie. It's the one where you know. TACTICA BOB La Right. They he kind of this. Is the movies quite bad. And it reminds me of that because the pacing similar star Trek. The motion picture really tried to be more or like two thousand one a space on say. Yeah where they really want to show off how wonderful and how cool spaces by doing it very slowly like the the the. There's a show of the enterprise that last I swear to God seven minutes the weekend. It's the ED surprise. Move on Star crash. Feels like that for me if feels like whatever the traveling they oh Christ ABC's Zd enterprise for another seven minutes right. Let's get right into it. Let's go right into a little bit of facts a little bit history about star crash but one thing I wanted to pay back into the background so I know what we have here. This time. It's like good differently to how it on the podcast before where I used to edit Bits or into podcast. But we're going to do some live reactions to stuff because Edward has been very nice at least for this episode to make sorrow aboard..

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"bob la" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"bob la" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"Sarah writes in on instagram. Go Social Media. How do you check out the culture before the interview okay? I've talked about this on the program. Many Times. Love the question. Sarah here's what you do okay. Couple places number one you want to try to find connections to people who work at the company so if you think about all the people you know who is somebody that works you connection to you can send an email. That's very passive. Hey listen we share a mutual friend or my cousin. NAUSEA BOB LA. They say you work at such and such place I wanNA want to work. They're interested in job there But I love to know. How would you describe the workplace culture? That's very easy. There's also a tons the websites like glassdoor You know you can connect with somebody on linked in is another way The you can look on social media social media research you could also do just Google research type in the company name. Click on news and see what see what POPs out You can also talk to vendors. I always love this one. It's easy to kind of talk to somebody who works there. But how about talking to vendors you know do they pay their vendors on time to treat them with class causing tell you this If yours are were a company and they treat their vendors like garbage that's going to seep through other areas of the company. Okay so lots of ways very easy to do that Sarah and do it makes a lot of sense. By the way I'd get multiple points.

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"bob la" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"bob la" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"Sarah writes in on instagram. Go Social Media. How do you check out the culture before the interview okay? I've talked about this on the program. Many Times. Love the question. Sarah here's what you do okay. Couple places number one you want to try to find connections to people who work at the company so if you think about all the people you know who is somebody that works you connection to you can send an email. That's very passive. Hey listen we share a mutual friend or my cousin. NAUSEA BOB LA. They say you work at such and such place I wanNA want to work. They're interested in job there But I love to know. How would you describe the workplace culture? That's very easy. There's also a tons the websites like glassdoor You know you can connect with somebody on linked in is another way The you can look on social media social media research you could also do just Google research type in the company name. Click on news and see what see what POPs out You can also talk to vendors. I always love this one. It's easy to kind of talk to somebody who works there. But how about talking to vendors you know do they pay their vendors on time to treat them with class causing tell you this If yours are were a company and they treat their vendors like garbage that's going to seep through other areas of the company. Okay so lots of ways very easy to do that Sarah and do it makes a lot of sense. By the way I'd get multiple points.

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"bob la" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"bob la" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The attack black cutty thirty US circus known as the NBA particularly resonated Tonio Brown gets stranger and stranger and stranger as we talked about going into the break some vile text messages that he sent to her explicit. Let me put it that way seems like it was probably consensual but you have to at least investigate investigate the situation and then you turn around and Odell Beckham Junior and boy it only took one week and one loss to get it done but he's wining about the fact that he's going to keep wearing his hundred ninety thousand dollar watch in football games just it's it's about him. This is why the giants got rid of them right here. He's he's like keep wearing it same way. I wear it every day. I go to practice actor so here I go there have been wearing. It'd take a shower with it on. It's just me no. It's a two hundred thousand dollar watch and you bring it onto the field and oh by the way if I'm the guy that gets hurt trying to tackle you because of the watch you didn't go be wearing that watch much longer because I'll rip it right off your damn arm I mean there's no rules in the NFL prohibiting jewelry but it does have a policy prohibiting hard objects and they're going to have to to figure out at this point whether or not x wildfires you're not he's playing himself as a victim. Go figure you WanNa talk about victims talk about the three thousand the people that died on the anniversary today. Let's go down that road. I we're going to step out right now. Dad Remember always remember remember never forget Scott Cutting Bob La kept great day. Everybody.

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"bob la" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"bob la" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"So couple things I I gave her a super hard time about not having the extension cord, and then she would pull the clippers the wall plug in clippers and she'd pull them cordwood go around my neck, and then she'd be struggling to get it to the left side of my head, and Bob LA and somebody I think heard the podcast and brought her accord is I. As I recall takes village that was a number of months ago and today, and I have had this a lot lot. And it's all part of my. It'd be a chapter of my language of losers, which is police stop doing this everybody. I've had this a lot. You tell somebody to, you know, go do this or do that or do whatever. And especially if it's like around the house, especially at domestic thing and at some point. Lynetta ago. I did your backyard or your she'll put your in front of it. And it's like, it's not mine. It's ours. I if your children pay for it. But don't look at it as mine. Yeah. People do a thing where you tell them to do something. And then when they do it. They don't look at it as doing the task that probably benefits them they look at as are you satisfied did the to get you off my back. Right. So I said to this woman that you're Dany woman. I don't our names middle-age thick accent. She Orden Jay, Jordan. She pulled out she pulled out the clippers battery charged clippers cordless clippers, and she said, these are you I did this for you. She said, and I said how many how many times is clippers day and her friend said ten times a day. And I said how many days a week do you work five days a week, and then a friend yelled out that's fifty times from behind her. Because the people. People are at the salon onto her more than she's on her. So I said, okay, you work five days a week pull them fifty times a week. I come in once a month, maybe every six or seven weeks, but I'll just say once a month, you use them two hundred time for every one time I benefit from them. So let's not call them my clippers, and let's not say you did me a favor. We did use to us. You have benefited from this. I benefit from it. Well, well bid, it's every seven weeks. You do it all day every day. But it's I do see that a lot like I got this for you down happy now. And it's like, I'm not happy now. But you should be marginally happier. Now, I don't think ever told this story, but it's remained this item nightmare roommate. And he was not a nightmare made like, you know, destroyed the place, but he was he was shitty. He was just he had a shitty attitude. I think he was trying to be an actor. And but he was a brooding. You know, what he was like? Komo guy anymore. No. He was. He hated everything was popular. Probably hated me. Because I like things positive happier. Yeah. 'cause I like things are popular not by a nightmare room. He's was anti everything that guy who's in college right after I Africa, many bad we had to squeeze three people in two bedroom. And he was the third person that we found and. One he ever ever everything. Sucked him. Then was shitty. And. Yeah. And one day I was like an Jacob Jacob. Can you reach breaking point? 'cause he refused to do anything. Jacob. Can you please just help a little bit? Can you? Please unload, the dishwasher, we had a dishwasher you on their apartment, and he plays just a little bit of help would be nice. And he does this thing we're fine. And he walks over the dishwasher, and he starts, and he starts to unload it in front of me watching and he goes, I'm not your employee, Brian. No, you're not you're living with the other two of you had not work here anymore. If you wear never forget, the inflection not you employee, Brian. I I know you're not you've been fired log off your I literally I have these..

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"bob la" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"bob la" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Season was made for Joey mazing because you can just win a challenge and Bob LA. But I don't know that even that is enough to mean that this season that he can win. I just think that his it's it's really gonna be hard to see someone like Joe win. I don't know. Well, I'm pretty bullish on on Joe. And that we are at least had the advantage of doing this later in the week where we know what the tribes are gonna look like. And so I had speculated where if this was going to be four tribes, and he would have his own thing. But if it was going to be two tribes, I always thought that that he would be matched up with Aubrey. 'cause I thought like it didn't that David Aubrey were too similar unless it was going to be like some sort of like, it's brains versus brawn returnees. And then, but it only made a lot more sense that they were going to match up Joe, and Aubrey, and I kind of feel like that the Aubrey is like the perfect person. In for Joe to be matched up with. She loves the oddball characters, and I think that's sort of like the quirky side of Joe, I think she'll be able to relate to and I think that also she is somebody who like reduces his threat level of like her being tight ally with him. She might be a little more tapped into what's going on strategically, and then she could sort of be the point person in terms of maybe, you know, managing some of their allies, and he can be sort of like their champion in the competitions. And I kind of feel like that that tribe has a chance to be managed particularly well with Aubrey NGO. Yeah. Not as the thing is I I don't think that Joe has ever had. Like, a close number one ally..

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"bob la" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On

Hollywood Babble-On

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"bob la" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On

"She's now eighteen a senior in high school with really good grades about ready to relieve for college, hopefully, Stanford or UCLA the. So you're smart. What are you doing here, man? This fall while driving to school. She told me the only thing she wanted before leaving for college was to go to a row for port live show or a Hollywood Babylon show in that order. Thanks. I see who the bigger fan. Not good enough for you see that brings us to you tonight. We had made plans with some friends for new years until they backed out at the last minute, and we were already in San Diego. So I said fuck it. So we were fallback plan in other where hey man, at least you were the second fall back. I guess. Yeah. I was the focus third said, let's go to the show at the improv when we told Isabel the plan tears actually rolled down her face. She was so fucking shit me. My kid doesn't even like me. Now, she does very much, but that's so fucking cool. A it's cool that you're thank you for that be it's cooler you're going to college, especially as mount sounds like it's market goes. But see how Doral that you're here with your parents man, their precious. I wish I could go to fucking shows with my parents still I used to love going to shows with my father movies, particularly and then later on in life when I started doing shit like standing up and talking and Bob LA, my father would sit in the audience, and he fucking loved it about the movies, not so much you'd be like why always make dirty talking about blow jobs, but when I get up on stage and talk about those movies where people gave blowjobs shit. He'd be like that's funny like I don't understand. But anyway, his real fucking special do that as as much as you can because you know, bucking because there'd be dead someday. Leading towards at a comedy show. Warning, a young eighteen year old girl, your parents are going to die some day carry that with you the hell's wrong with you got lost in a little bit realized that the end point was like nobody wants to hear this New Year's Eve wonder, she started crying showed his come into the show. She's like, I don't even like him. Sorry. But anyway, cherish your parents. That's my point. All right. Can the Germans please tell Sabella what to expect when she goes to college. You ask for it. And I guess..

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