35 Burst results for "Both Situations"

We Celebrate the Men & Women Who Believed in 1776 on Memorial Day

Mark Levin

01:43 min | 1 d ago

We Celebrate the Men & Women Who Believed in 1776 on Memorial Day

"We really have two worlds here With men and women who are raised to love this nation And they love it Red blooded Americans of all colors all stripes all love the nation They know there's no better And they know if we lose this one there's not another one Which is why these elections in these political battles are so consequential Because we have a party in this country that doesn't believe in the country's founding that doesn't believe in the principles Of the nation this is a really dangerous situation So Memorial Day what do we celebrate We celebrate the men and women who died Who believed in the Declaration of Independence who believed in the constitution who believed in 1776 Who believed that the Civil War was fought to unite the nation and to defeat slavery Who believed in a secure sovereign America Who believed in a free people doing free things not this stuff that's being indoctrinated into your children not the stuff that's being spewed on television By reprobates miscreants and malcontents In shame on the corporatists they give a platform for the haters

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Let Us Be Clear: We Love the Police

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:20 min | 1 d ago

Let Us Be Clear: We Love the Police

"Got some nasty emails yesterday. Directed at me saying that you can't criticize police officers. I love police officers. I'm going to be very clear. There's some scumbags like Sean king that are going after the police. And I don't want to give oxygen to the anti police crowd unnecessarily, but I'm also going to be very clear and fair when there's a situation that any reasonable person believes is mishandled. And this whole thing kind of comes on an argument from authority where people say Charlie, you have no right to do that because you've never been in a situation like that. You're right. I've never been in a situation like that. But there is an opportunity where you have a little bit of prudence and practical judgment and common sense where you're going to comment on something where you say, what on earth was happening here. So guess what? Additional information from yesterday where we did some rather, I would say, let's say we had some opinions yesterday. Everything we have said yesterday has only now been further clarified and strengthened. So you've all the police have done a police press conference. And they have said this quote, they made a decision not to break into the classroom because officers on site believe there was no longer an act of shooting situation. Even though children were calling 9-1-1 at the time, pleading for officers to come and save them.

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The 2nd Amendment Protects ALL Other Amendments

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:31 min | 1 d ago

The 2nd Amendment Protects ALL Other Amendments

"All the other amendments. Now, if we are not clear about why that is the intent of the Second Amendment, then it becomes nothing more than just a self defense argument. And then they'll say, well, then why do you need an AR-15 just to protect yourself? Now, there is a good argument for that. If you know about the LA riots and the kind of legendary Korean storekeepers that went on their roof and protected themselves using AR-15s against the rioters, there is a good reason for self defense. But that's not the intent of it, and it will make us profoundly less free as a country. If we're not clear about why we have the Second Amendment. So right now, about 26 million people in Shanghai, China, are locked down. They can not leave their apartment buildings. What would Shanghai look like right now? If they had a Second Amendment in China, what would Hong Kong have looked like a couple years ago, when China just annexed Hong Kong, if every one of the Hong Kong freedom protesters had an AR-15, slung around their back. Now, this means they had to use it, but as soon as the people have weapons, it becomes a negotiation, and it no longer is a hostage situation. If you do not have a Second Amendment, the government can take you hostage at any time. If only one side has the guns, then one side gets the determine whether or not you are free. Now, if you

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Charlie Defends His Emotional Speech About the Uvalde Police

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:25 min | 1 d ago

Charlie Defends His Emotional Speech About the Uvalde Police

"Our team is monitoring the press conference happening and Yuval day Texas right now. We will give you an update as it happens. Sometimes these press conferences go on and on and on and with our precious time together, we want to make sure we are as efficient as possible if there's something that becomes breaking of nature will cut right to it. As we continue to learn what happened after you've all the Texas. We received a lot of emails yesterday, generally positive, some negative emails, and we take that, and we understand that. A lot of people, some people were saying that we were wrong to criticize the police officers yesterday for the one hour gap. And some of the reasoning was that we were accused of rushing to judgment. We were not doing that. We said based on the evidence available, which is the one hour gap, what is the explanation for this? Is it cowardice or is it something else? Was there a stand down order that was issued? Also, you want to think one of the arguments is, well, Charlie, all the shooting stopped. Well, could you see a situation where maybe kids were bleeding out and they weren't totally dead? Yet? And medical attention could have been offered to save some of their lives, and so that argument is really silly on face value. And so we're going to keep on monitoring that. We love police officers. Police officers keep us safe, we're a pro police show, and we'll always will be, but also when we see a situation that is not handled correctly and lives are at stake, we're going to speak

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Police waited 45 minutes in school before pursuing shooter

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 1 d ago

Police waited 45 minutes in school before pursuing shooter

"Authorities admit it was wrong for police to wait about 45 minutes before pursuing the gunman in Texas who killed 19 students and two adults Throughout the attack teachers and children repeatedly called 9-1-1 including a call from one girl She asked 9-1-1 to please send the police now The director of the Texas Department of Public Safety colonel Steven Macron says there was no excuse for it It was the wrong decision to wait That wasn't there but I'm just telling you from what we know we believe there should have been an entry at that as soon as you can Why did they wait A decision was made that this was a barricaded subject Situation there was time to retrieve the keys and wait for a tactical team with the equipment to go ahead and breach the door and take on the subject at that point Macross says border patrol agents eventually used a master key to open the locked door of the classroom where they confronted and killed the gunman I'm Ed

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Texas DPS Director Steve McCraw Admits Wrongdoing for Delay

The Dan Bongino Show

01:35 min | 1 d ago

Texas DPS Director Steve McCraw Admits Wrongdoing for Delay

"But the most damning of all of this was a decision by the local police to treat this not as an active shooting situation but as a shooter who was barricaded Now an active shooter situation you will act not recklessly but you'll act a little bit more urgently When it's someone who's barricaded when you treat it that way generally it's because you believe that the direct and immediate threat of loss of life is no longer a concern they were wrong And according to the press conference day there might have been some 8 or 9 children who were still alive They screwed up And Stephen Macron said so Hey from the benefit of hindsight where I'm sitting now of course it was not the right decision It was the wrong decision Period There's no excuse for that But again I wasn't there but I was telling you from what we know and we believe there should have been an entry that as soon as you can Hey when there's an active shooter the rules change It's no longer okay It's no longer a barricaded stuff We don't have time You don't worry about matter perimeters And by the way Texas embraces active shooter training active shooter certification and that dot doctrine requires office We don't care what agency you're from You don't have to have a leader on the scene Every officer lines up stacks up goes and finds with those rounds are being fired at and keeps shooting until the subject is dead Except that didn't happen here

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Buck Sexton: People Are Going to Study the Uvalde Police Tactics

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:41 min | 1 d ago

Buck Sexton: People Are Going to Study the Uvalde Police Tactics

"There's nothing wrong with a calm, rational debate about and conversation about the timeline here because it does seem peculiar. Here's what buck said last night on Hannity show. The timeline of what we know right now occurred from a law enforcement perspective response is just unacceptable. It's too long, it's too slow. So I understand they're saying there are additional details that need to come out. But the fact of the matter is just based upon what has already been confirmed, they had an active shooter who was still shooting over the course of that hour of the wait while he was inside and that the prior point was already made that there may have been children who were hit who were bleeding out, speed is absolutely of the essence, and that you could have had as many as around a hundred law enforcement officers on the scene setting up a cordon and preventing parents from going in and then a parent actually manages to get in and save her own children just goes to show you this was a breakdown and people are going to be studying this in the law enforcement community for a long time. I think about just how command and control on the scene, what tactics, techniques and techniques and procedures need to change here. What was the breakdown? How did this occur because nobody would ever look at this study the situation from a pure law enforcement perspective and say, this is the way this is the playbook. This is how we're supposed to respond in this circumstance. I know it's a small town. They don't have a lot of resources, but they had a lot of armed personnel on the scene and one 18 year old with a rifle. Now, I have tremendous respect for buck and he could be completely right. He also could be completely incorrect

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Why Did It Take the Police a Full Hour to Stop the Shooter in Uvalde?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:09 min | 1 d ago

Why Did It Take the Police a Full Hour to Stop the Shooter in Uvalde?

"W and I both saw a short video of uvalde, the parents imploring these law enforcement officials like go in there. There's a massacre underway. We are the parents. We'll go in without guns. And the cops are basically like, you're not helping, step back, and obviously your heart goes with the parents. Yes. Yes. And they had apparently called for back up and back up arrived and as you made the point, the law enforcement officials on the scene were they didn't have tactical gear. Maybe they weren't equipped to be able to kind of go in. Well, and I also made the point that you were like, well, how is it that it takes so long to get these tactical people in there and et cetera, et cetera. This is oval is a very, very sleepy town in South Texas. A lot, a whole lot doesn't go happen every day around there. So people aren't just waiting around to go into a situation like this. Things like this don't happen in little sleepy towns like this, right? So unfortunately, you know, people leave their doors on locked, their cars unlocked. The school left the door unlocked. You know, that kind of thing happens. And so of course, parents were just mortified because number one, apparently this kid was making all kinds of ruckus. For a long period of time, before he even went in the school, apparently he was shooting at some funeral home, I don't know if you heard about this. No. But he was apparently shooting at some people in a funeral home. And then he wrecked his car in some ditch or something. Got out of it, starts shooting just randomly for 12 to 15 minutes before he even went in the school. So I think what the parents were upset about is that listen. This is one guy, one person doing this. Why couldn't you have stopped him before he even went into the school,

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America Is Missing Love and Happiness

The Officer Tatum Show

01:21 min | 1 d ago

America Is Missing Love and Happiness

"I really wish that we could get back to having a large beat of forefront of our lives in this country. Not just individuals y'all listening probably most of y'all are Christians y'all know what I'm talking about, but as a country. Wouldn't it be beautiful? If we could just have God at the forefront of our country again, we could pray the prey over these politics when the politicians are going to draft bills or whatever they do. They pray over it. Like, why can't we have a country like that? Why can't we pray in our schools? I'm sick of, you know, anyway. Let me not get worked up, I'm supposed to be in the zen in a zen situation right now with love and happiness. But what's really making me even more upset and the reason why I feel like we'll never get to love and happiness outside of, you know, not retaining God in our consciousness or as a country, is that sports were, the sports world. Does sports world has failed us by and large. They have gone woke. I don't care about your politics. I don't care what the Arizona Cardinals think about Black Lives Matter. Throw the football to the number 85 and him running the touchdown is all I care about. I want to see that that guard pool like he was supposed to pull. Did he pick up the linebacker and did the running back run through the hole like he was supposed to in school touchdown?

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First Responders Will Never Be the Same After Uvalde Shooting

The Officer Tatum Show

01:11 min | 2 d ago

First Responders Will Never Be the Same After Uvalde Shooting

"I know some people that were there and I've had communication with people that were there, some of which were a part of the situation, they ain't never going to be the same. You can't go into a situation to see children in that condition and you recover from that. It's not going to happen. And so when our thoughts and prayers go out to the families of the lost loved ones, we should also pray for the first responders that had to see some of the things that they will never ever get out of their mind. Their image would never disappear. But I want to give a little bit of comfort with some stats, because stats matter facts matter. And these lunatics on the left, they want to make this all a political thing and they want to throw out lies and scare you in fear monger. Now, if your child was a part of a shooting at a school or your child was a part of a deadly mass shooting, numbers may not matter to you, it hurts. It feels like one is too many. But for the rest of the people that live in the United States of America, it is fair that you should not live in this endless fear that you can't even take your children to school.

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China Conducts Military Exercise Around Taiwan to Warn U.S.

Mark Levin

01:02 min | 2 d ago

China Conducts Military Exercise Around Taiwan to Warn U.S.

"China followed Joe Biden's vow to defend Taiwan militarily rights Bloomberg by announcing it held military exercises close to the democratically ruled island underscoring its anger over the U.S. stand You notice how more confrontational and China is becoming The air and sea combat readiness patrol was a solemn warning about the recent collusion between the U.S. and Taiwan colonel Xi Yi said in a statement yesterday from the eastern theater command of the People's Liberation Army The command which is headquartered in the eastern city of Nanjing Didn't say when exactly the exercises were conducted on the Taiwan issue the U.S. side says one thing and does another giving repeated encouragement to Taiwan independent forces He said this is hypocritical and futile only lead the situation to a dangerous situation It will also face serious consequences So he's threatening us

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 Russia takes steps to bolster army, tighten grip on Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 d ago

Russia takes steps to bolster army, tighten grip on Ukraine

"Russia's taking steps to strengthen the army and is tightening its grip on Ukraine Lawmakers in Moscow have passed a bill to bolster Russia's army which is fighting an intense battle for Ukraine's east three months into the war Russian rockets are pounding towns in the industrial Donbass region Ukraine's foreign minister said on Wednesday the situation there is extremely bad Meanwhile president Vladimir Putin is trying to strengthen his control of southern Ukraine by giving residence of two regions a fast path to Russian citizenship I'm Charles De

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Jeff James: The Importance of Locked Doors in Dangerous Situations

The Dan Bongino Show

01:37 min | 3 d ago

Jeff James: The Importance of Locked Doors in Dangerous Situations

"Just like in schools there's nothing There is no bill that's going to stop a kid with a psychopathological disorder All the time from trying to kill people you're not what you can do is you can buy time Time buys you to power to think the power to think gives you the opportunity in the fog award to make a decision And the decision enables you to live So that's where a school security officer comes in The guy's not going to be he man He's not Batman There's a good chance that he may sadly or she get killed But again if they engage the target it buys you time A man trapped or you described by you time A simple act and I'd like you to get into this because you mentioned that on my show's best weekend Of locking a door can buy you time too because what did you find out about locked doors in your research on this Yeah so it's one of the things I brought up last week that I don't know it looks like the pattern still holds up in yesterday's incident But no child has died in a school shooting if they were behind a locked door unless they were injured before they got behind the door So look these people don't want the exception is unless it's a targeted act If it's a workplace shooting and you were the boss who fired me and I'm coming to find you I might try to shoot my way through that door if I know you're in your office But if I'm deranged and all I want is a high body count I'm not going to waste the time trying to get through a locked door when I can find a target rich environment where people are in the halls or people in a playground or in the cafeteria So yeah getting behind a locked door and hiding and staying quiet we have found that that is in these incidents a true lifesaver

Britain sees growing pressure on grain prices

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 3 d ago

Britain sees growing pressure on grain prices

"British military authorities so Ukraine's overland export routes are highly unlikely to offset the problems caused by Russia's blockade of the black seaport of edessa In an update Britain's Ministry of Defense says there has been no significant merchant shipping in and out of edessa since the start of the Russian invasion a situation which will put further pressure on global grain prices the ministry adds the blockade combined with the lack of overland routes means that significant supplies of grain remain in storage and can't be exported I'm Charles De

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The Border Is on Fire, So Where Is Kamala Harris?

The Trish Regan Show

01:51 min | 4 d ago

The Border Is on Fire, So Where Is Kamala Harris?

"But let's get back to Kamala because she's clearly realized this is not a winning situation at all. And I found this really fascinating. If you look at her schedule that the LA times actually keeps tabs on, what you would see is that actually in the last 8 months, she hasn't done any events. On the border. I mean, wow, right? Talking about a shifting focus, which is exactly what they call it. In fact, the title of this section in the piece in the LA times is called Harris shifting focus. The subject matter of the events has also changed they write over time. According to our analysis, the times analysis of the text of her schedules, these charts of the frequency of events for select categories over time and you see all the categories and what do you know, immigration has declined significantly. You see, it is a no win issue for her. I get it, but this is a problem, right? This is, this is intrinsically so much of the problem. Because you get a bunch of politicians out there that are just doing what's right for them right now. They think, okay, we'll just play in Peoria. If it does, great, if it doesn't, I'm running from that issue as fast as I can. And so nobody's actually trying to solve anything. She's not actually trying to fix this. She talked a good game about the root causes, right? Why we have these immigration problems? The root causes are the reality that you get tons of corruption. You get socialist regimes down there. You've got violence, you've got drug cartels, and instead of saying, hey, we don't want it here, I don't know what she's trying to do. She's trying to say she's going to fix it all. Good luck, okay? You're not going to fix it. You're just not going to fix it overnight. Certainly. I don't have the money in the wherewithal to fix it. So don't you want to kind of prevent it from coming here?

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Texas School Shooter Kills 14 Children, 1 Teacher

The Officer Tatum Show

01:22 min | 4 d ago

Texas School Shooter Kills 14 Children, 1 Teacher

"Welcome ladies and gentlemen, you're listening to the officer Tatum show him your hose Brandon Tatum. I have some tragic news. I know that you probably heard about it, but there was a tragic shooting in you of all Texas, 15 dead 14 of them were children shot at a elementary school in a small town called Yuval di population about 15,000 people in 78% population and Hispanic and I saw the picture of the shooter and he looks like he's Hispanic. He looked deranged. He looks like he's a minister of society. How did nobody detect that he was nutty? Is beyond me. On his social media, I Instagram, he posted magazines, he posted rifles, he seems like he was a deranged young man. And before the shooting at the school, at the elementary school, which he did not attend, he was 18 years old, he murdered his grandmother. And after murdering his grandmother, he went to the school and shot as many kids as he could. Right now, it doesn't appear that there's a clear motive other than him being insane. And it's a very tragic situation in my condolences and prayers go out to the families that have lost their loved ones in such a tragic event.

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Biden’s Taiwan Comments Create Confusion on International Stage

The Trish Regan Show

01:49 min | 5 d ago

Biden’s Taiwan Comments Create Confusion on International Stage

"Right, I want to turn to what else is happening right now at the Democrats and this administration, because you know, presence making some pretty bold statements. On what would happen if we saw China trying to interviewing too much in Taiwan? And he basically said, I would take action. And that was a pretty bold statement. That was unlike anything that we've heard before because he tends to not want to put himself out there in front of these things. And a lot of people believe that this could be a mistake. So Biden's over there in Japan. And he's, you know, doing this. You're not supposed to call it a trade deal because they want to make sure everybody knows it's not some kind of free trade deal. It's a deal to strengthen our economic relations over their in Asia and hopefully hopefully have better relationships with certain countries that aren't China, right? So that we can stand up and have more of a presence against China. Anyway, he was asked about Taiwan and whether or not military involvement would ever be necessary to defend Taiwan and I want to share with you what he said. Yes, that's the commitment we made. We agree with the one China policy we signed onto it and all the attendant agreements made from there, but the idea that it can be taken by force just taken by force is just not appropriate. Okay, so that's kind of a big news flash, right? Because everybody's been a little bit worried about the whole Taiwan situation, given what's happened with Ukraine and Russia and everybody wants to see whether or not President Biden will stand up for Taiwan and stand up to China. Apparently he didn't tell his staff.

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Harris, surgeon general, warn of health care worker burnout

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 5 d ago

Harris, surgeon general, warn of health care worker burnout

"After more than two years of the COVID-19 pandemic the Biden administration is warning many of the nation's healthcare workers are simply burned out We all have it We all remember that We all know what it looks like As they spoke with doctors and others at Washington's children's national hospital vice president Harris and Surgeon General Vivek Murthy saw and heard the signs They use words like burned out Traumatized Murthy's released a report warning that the situation is not addressed many could quit a projected 3 million essential low wage health workers in the next 5 years nearly 140,000 doctors in 11 years We need to do a better job of taking care of you Harris told workers the administration's calling for new investments and steps to protect their mental well-being including more counseling and worker safety Sagar Meghani Washington

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"both situations" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:31 min | 9 months ago

"both situations" Discussed on WTVN

"Almost 1600%. The wine Tuesday was joined by leaders in the States Children's hospitals to encourage all school districts to implement Universal mask mandates with cases also rising among Children of the wine added If he had the power, he would reinstitute a statewide mask mandate. And to local school district seeing delays and bus service because of the shortage of drivers look at both situations are coming up at the top of the hour. Alright, thanks Scott 7, 48 traffic and weather together from temp star heating and cooling products. Here's Johnny Hill. Couple of problems, including 70 westbound right at the East Side splits. You've got an accident scene in the berm, so it's slowing us down from Back before Miller Kelton a new one just coming to our attention. 33 westbound. Gotta left lane blocked just west of gender Road on a new fender bender looks like Highway Patrol's already on scene and we're going to run about 25 minutes from pick ringtone Road up to one. Oh, four. That's that's about double the time Normally about 15 minutes yourself. Give yourself plenty of time to try. It Looks like they're trying to move this to the right side. So give yourself At extra time there and a fender bender still on Brice Road near 70. Traffic sponsored by Ohio Laborers in Ohio Lessons distracted Driving is dangerous driving. Take care of your fellow Ohioans, especially those working in construction zones. Construction workers are someone's Dan brother, mother or friend, keep them safe and give them a break. Panera Bread and Ohio laborers are asking drivers to slow down and construction zones and pay attention to the road. Together we can stop distracted driving traffic and weather together. Power by TIM starring custom Mayor I'm Johnny Hill. NewsRadio 6 10 W T V. M A. B C six first Warning Weather with Andrew Buck Michael, powered by the.

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"both situations" Discussed on The Dave Chang Show

The Dave Chang Show

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"both situations" Discussed on The Dave Chang Show

"Like that's all again. You don't play andrea okay. I got. I got a quick quick quick story and i'll make it anonymous but i was at a party several years ago and Sitting by a campfire type of thing people drinking some wine. There were a couple of chefs. They're not chefs but they're in the restaurant industry. Let me just say that one well known one not so well known but they brought their qatar to this party or they brought the qataris out of the car and somebody that works with norah jones and i was like a singer songwriter. Beautiful voice -absolutely beautiful voice singing ever as like. Wow this guy's amazing it's like one of those moments you're like. Wow this guy should make a career out of this. And you're like oh he did. He's that good at it. That kind of holy shit like you are so good at this and guess what these two knuckleheads did played along and then over this person under they did a cover of ryan adams aristo whiskey town song that song someone said because i know this i was like what the the fuck the cover of ryan. Oh god hey dave. My name is africa as a professional cook. I've been in many different restaurants. And there's been one thing i think is unnecessary. Warm plates overrated underrated. Also cold salad plates overrated underrated. I disagree with you. In densely dressed the coal plates called food. You need hot plates for hot food. The only thing that is problematic wins a hot. the plates are too hot or just a lukewarm. I think they have to be like hundred five hundred thirty five hundred forty degrees something like that sixty celsius about or so. It's gotta be enough heat. Where sausage saas stain your plate and coal plates. I'll take him frozen. you know. i'll take him goddamn frozen because what you have to put into consideration is oftentimes the draft and a kitchen because there always is usually because you have a hood. The airflow in restaurants are always wonky. I've done a lot of restaurants talk about airflow With hoods on it changes a lot of things so a lotta times in front of the past where garnishing and plate you have a literally like a weather pattern. Like an el nino nor'easter weather pattern that can make your plate's cold up potentially and then all restaurants may be far away from the dining room so you wanna have your plates hot enough to help fight the laws of thermodynamics. Coal plates is probably the the biggest fucking disaster is when you played plates that come right out of the dishwasher and this is probably a museum plus if you work in god or something if you're low on plates and you know that you're say it's your it's like seven forty five and you know you're going to get another hit. It's your job to actually let the dish crew no and your sous chef or someone else know that hey if you get a moment can you get me some plates and cool them down literally part of your museum plus that you should be cooling them down. You can't really wash them in water because you got to dry them and sometimes you smudge them so a lot of times you put them in your logo. If you have that thing but i do think it's part of how you make food and too many times you'll see salads on hot plates or nothing worse than a terrain or torch showing on a on a warm place because that will start to fucking melt and i've seen it all it happens. It's infuriating. so what's two questions that a lot longer explanation than anyone thought they know. I think i think it's all i was. I was Right there with you. But i got to follow up from from me. What is the worst crime than dave. A cold dish salad on a warm plate or a warm dish on a cold plate. How cold is the warm dish. Let's say you put you played in at actually on a plate out of the logo. You put a warm dish on that versus. You played it a salad on a dish that came straight out of the dishwasher or daniel asks cold beer warm glass. Which of those three is the worst crime trying to put on. My king solomon had here. I'm letting day right now. And i know we've made this reference on this show before but had seriously looks like i'm watching doctor strange spinning at a different speed running scenarios in his head. Don't laugh this is serious. I just think in some way. This question is as difficult as a real life. Trolley car problem it is not that. Can you know it is you. Can you can save you. Sacrifice one the cities. I don't i don't know because at the end result is something that's wrong so in a world where both situations are wrong. What are my options christie. In this world both situations are wrong. I guess you have to choose the thing that has the will hurt the fewest people. i quit. He refuses to play the game. What no this is what. Solomon but the plus your apocryphal version of the bible. Here's my here's my other. Follow up if you're sitting at a restaurant and the waiter is dropping the plates and they say careful displayed is really hot. have you ever once. Resisted the temptation to touch that plate. I never listened to them but when they put it. Don't you have to touch the fleet. When they say it's hot. I want to show them that. I and pervious to pain said it's like little put it down and i must always like a little bit. You see yeah always right like oh let me just pull it a little closer myself you see. I touched it right. Saw that i touched it. I'm cool cool cool. Marian russell has another sort of temperature related question. Marian says loving food sauces and salts. Have a question about soya sauce. My grandmother from japan always kept it in the refrigerator. No soy sauce labels seem to specify refrigerator after opening is their benefits. Refrigerating it blah blah blah something about being nicer blah blah blah blah blah. He's going to handle that over the past fifteen or so podcasts. We've been extremely nice. Nice are you kidding. Bird duper nice. Oh man remember last podcast. When you made fun of me for same chicken noodle soup and american classic well deserved at those us protecting referring to campbell chicken noodle soup and the economic affi of americana well isaac. If you literally killed somebody what were the. What am i supposed to do. That's a murder equates to murder for you chain. Oh man. I mean everything is relative in my world it is you just murdered. Somebody and angel died.

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"both situations" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"both situations" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

"Where you have the clippers where they don't have control that our first round draft pick till twenty twenty seven or twenty twenty eight brooklyn nets and the same situ situation where you know where you're trying to win now but if you don't win now wasn't even worth it well. I i think that's a risk. You have to take. Because i think in both situations if you go back at that time george and you look at it. I don't think you wait like you told me at that. Time and opportunity to acquire litter. Paul george and i wouldn't have a draft pick for the next four years three or four years as you know what maybe not the chance. I'm willing to take. I've never been to the western conference finals. If i'm the clippers jazz. I'm willing to take have advertised to acquire kevin durant kyrie irving and james harden all of the same team and that means i have to give up a few years of i dri- big chance. I'm willing to take because it. Brian closer to an nba championship right. They might they might be in the finals this year. We know so. Where are you add on. The ben simmons dom to trait. Oh i knew it was coming new. What's coming yeah I said on our show before this year started at the philadelphia seventy sixers. Don't reach the finals. One of those two. You gotta move. Because i'm gonna be honest. I don't think you can find two stars today. Nba who skill sets. Don't complement each other like those two. Don't like everybody else. Like crazy middleton and and the kubo their skills that they complement each other. Paul george and kawhi leonard. This gives that complement each other bradley beal and russell westbrook. You can go down the line but when you look at what ben simmons well and what. Joel embiid does well. They don't fit. Joel embiid space. Because he's so dominant was me. He needs in one. That's been can't do that then. Need someone to run and push the pace with him joel embiid. He's not gonna do that so with all due respect. These guys are killer talent. But i just don't think their skills complement each other. I think it's one thing to say. Well you have to stars on the same team great. But how do you start. I don't feel like ben. Simmons joel beat to together. Well we know which one you trade. Yeah yeah see antonio opposite in the here wondering is that so you've had everybody's screaming trae. Ben simmons stratum trade him. You gotta get them out. And i'm like everybody else. Just watch him meltdown mentally and not have the skill set needed..

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"both situations" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"both situations" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I didn't want to work anymore. And there's a bunch of people like you don't wanna do anything. Just one stuff handed to you in my first of all. Yeah, that'd be great. I would love to have things to me. Second of all, what? I really, really, really want. And I don't give up what you think about it is I want somebody who has a shit ton of money. Like more money than any one person would need to Just give me something. I want someone to just give me money. That is correct. You know why? Because that's redistributing wealth, which is what we should be doing. You know what really, really pisses me off stimulus checks. I knew before stimulus checks that the government had the ability to just give us money. I knew that. When they actually did it and gave a stimulus checks. It was like a slap in the face like Damn, y'all really could just be giving us money. And you don't like how does that not infuriate you? How does that not make you angry? Here? We are slaving eight hours a day to work for what? We could just be already getting. How does that not make you angry? Oh, my God. I'm dumber for listening to this. I feel like I've gotten I've lost brain cells in the last 30. Seconds it now make you I just what? How How is he? This dog? You know, Scripture says this. If you're not willing, I'm going to tell this guy. I'm sure he's listening. Uh, If you're not willing to work, you're not. You will not eat is what Scripture says. I mean, the work is something that is given. Mandated from our creator. And here in the United States. We believe there is a creator who has given us our freedoms. But this creator also commands us to work. And again, the government doesn't create anything right? It doesn't created. I take yes When when people say like government creates jobs. They have no clue how the system is set up, and we know the government doesn't create jobs. The government takes money from you and me from the hard workers who are creating in the private sector, and then it just it redistributes wealth. I mean, it's really It's a rose itself. It grows itself. Yes, it's only in business to sustain itself, and that's why it's so inefficient. That's why it's not effective. That's why that's why everything about bureaucracy drives me nuts because it is such a waste of money and they're not going to do anything to fix it will continue to grow and grow and grow unless someone comes in like a trump and says, I'm changed. I'm just going to pull the legs out from under this whole system. We will. We will end up going off the cliff of destruction Without a doubt. I just I don't understand how. Because I kept thinking. Okay, well, surely somebody in his comments section will say, Um Dude, if everybody does what you're saying. And no one is working. The government won't be taking in any money to redistribute like, how do you not get from point A to point b on this by yourself like, how are you? Physically this dog, he's probably what would you say? Like 27 28 born 1995 Jacob's age. You know what I mean? Like I again just that highlights a problem. It's the education of of the next generation. And you, Reagan said it best generation is only one or freedom is only one generation away from extinction. Right. And this is why we're looking at. We're looking at what this guy actually believes. I want to be like, Dude, where did you go to school? I want to find your teachers. And who are your parents? No joke. No. What the world can we just like slap some sense into them, please? Because whoever brought this kid up is did a terrible job. They did a terrible job and then so we've got a third clip to play. Now. This is where because obviously, there were some people that say. Hey, I love your idea about not having capitalism anymore. How are we going to do that? Like, what's the plan to get there? That sounds amazing. So he tries to explain that you don't need a plan. This is just gonna work. Just wing it. You guys just wing it. Listen. I've spoken before about how money doesn't exist, and we should redistribute wealth, which is kind of funny when you think about it. But when you say stuff like that, people are afraid that the American dollar is going to lose its value, and it would in both situations, the American dollar would be rendered useless. When that happens, People will be forced to look within and challenge themselves to come up with new values. This is what we want. Every time we make a move for equality on this plane. We're getting closer to being one as we should. Then everybody's like, okay, well, what's the plan? What we're gonna.

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"both situations" Discussed on The Cities of Refuge Podcast

The Cities of Refuge Podcast

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"both situations" Discussed on The Cities of Refuge Podcast

"There is also spain and poland which orbital of control cases. Because in this case is the kind of influence. Were a bit different in those years. So we are. We are aware that we are now discussing in the consortium how to select these communities. That might seem easy. But of course practically we are aware that the challenges can be very different at the local level. And you'll of community might not be there. So for instance. One of the discussion is very much. Shoot we consider just communities that showed some welcoming attitudes and are in in a positive process with respect to the integration of refugees does even seekers of shall we also look at those situation where the community is much more in trouble and we don't know if we'll ever all tho- words and ideal all of community approach to the gration and actually the project as the ambition of considering both situations so at the same time cd's or a localities localities where there seems to have started some positive process of building of a new or different or inclusive community and on the other hand also communities. That have been much more challenged by these new arrivals or where there have been strong or some opposition to that because we we won't really the stand what's enables the positive developments. That are sometimes unclear. As i was mentioning before in the case of italy with prior somebody policies were able really to elaborate and also small small realities for instance the case of the archerd that in in calabria which is a region in the south very much advantage many respect and we are chasing the per month area. So it's not the three stick seaside. it's rather the internal area very poor and is advantage. So in that case they were able to elaborate a system of reception that then became also a new befriend community that used to be a reaction the past but at the same time we want to see also places where this process a workout so smoothly in order to understand which are the the factors that can help to be oath of the all of community..

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"both situations" Discussed on Mindset for Life

Mindset for Life

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"both situations" Discussed on Mindset for Life

"To the mind set for life. Podcast sometimes we wish there was a user's guide to being happy with ourselves. It seems illusive. What makes us happy. And how can we be happier. You've been thinking about how to be happy or more specifically how to be happy in life or maybe even how to be happy again you may have felt at some time in the past but where is it now i. Let's get more concrete with this idea. What is happiness. Happiness is a warm puppy as younger people. We might have said that happiness is what we experience when we get something or when we have an experience for example when we are with a warm puppy this might prompt us to feel happier the puppies youthful it brings the promise of growth and a future. It is a small creature waiting to grow or many. We felt a rush of joy when a friend wanted to be with us in both situations we have something or someone outside of ourselves associated with this feeling of happiness yet. When we are older we might feel this same happiness sitting alone in nature or we may feel it when looking over photographs and thinking about memories of the past while happiness has been studied and found to be interdependent on other people in our lives. The general feeling is within us and this means we have to do something about it. We have something to do with it. In fact there are some people who do not feel happiness around warm puppies and while we might feel good sitting in serene natural place. Someone else might feel afraid in that same setting. It isn't the external situation that determines our happiness. Happiness does not come from things or experiences alone might be able to instead. Describe it as a way of being. Happiness is the way to live not the destination. Do you know anyone who seems perpetually experiencing joy in zest in life. It's as if that person lives every moment perpetually happy if happiness is a way of being what does it take to live this way..

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"both situations" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

13:52 min | 1 year ago

"both situations" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

"Get up with my face in that that childlike wonder. Sometimes the explains everything for us. I i would love. Could you provide and we can use the sports world. Just i know you've you've worked with a lot of people there A real life scenario of how someone's feeling both red and blue and then how they're navigating that in real time. Would you be able to do that will. What do we make this. You the respect to the individuals that are within as adults to the company chelsea line have how about we think of the moment. You've got a sporting background of how about we dive into a moments. What i like to ask people about us is leads. Compeer a moment you know maybe a period the beast in minutes of you'll be performance and your mind will take you back somewhere and also the whiskey minutes of performance and you might take you back somewhere and to help us understand We've got contrast doing now. And that's part of the methods here so it's not just free floating we've we we can compeer that you hit technical ability but now we've got to look at. Your ability was probably pretty similar in both situations but now the metoo performance was slightly different. So if if we ask you you don't have to give us all the details but if you're comfortable with going back to the moment we're wasn't going well for you. Do you have a picture in mind about we in that scenario yup yup certainly do you describe it or yes. We'll wait you start us off and just think about something about the situation Leaving names out of it is appropriate. Yep yeah no so it. Just things are moving too fast. Usually in in the in the scenarios where i feel like i'm performing fairly high almost feel like i don't know you ever saw the movie. The matrix were neo slows down in the bolts are going past them. It's you most can analyze everything. You're moving much faster speed When i don't perform well everything's moving fast. It's almost like i'm playing catch up the entire time. Sure sure and so when you say things are moving fast so what what did they do. That was what's going on inside what that 'cause what was the problem. I'm trying to think because it would almost seem that if it was moving fast. Wouldn't have to think as much and just let my natural ability takeover So yeah it was. Almost it was almost like i was overthinking an over analyzing things and that's a a classic description so if you picture of that ask people about this. Many times i guess is the phenomenology. This is where it comes from this early psychiatric training reintroduced in the psychopathology. In the extreme will just the phenomenology what would people experiencing at the time and the would that people say the most for for high performance is over thinking. That was too busy busy. Mind now when you picture of that in many ways you've got you blew. Brian sang will. You can do it. You can do it and so positive but not in words because isn't speaking with you. Read minds saying get out of here. It's not say sean it's not. It's not good. Get outta here. So the systems kicking in trying to convince yourself that it's going to be okay so every time you say yes i can do it. There's another sort of unspoken voice saying get out of here now. you can't. it's not safe and so we knew. Sit out there back and forth. You've got a busy dialogue. Were a busy mind going on. And so he's the overthinking type of a description. And you get in your own way and so if you compare that to the moment where you with performing well what would you say. The difference was take us to that moment. More free flowing. I almost think of like a jazz musician. Like you don't necessarily know where the next notes going to come from but when it comes like you're going to hit and nail. It is very free flowing. Don't have to make sure you don't have to stay in this thing and people say got you carry a wasn't thinking i wasn't thinking and so if we if we compare that and think about the right balance here you still need the energy of read but some balance and so instead of the five flights get out of the moment sort of response even the freeze which we understand the those are pretty powerful. If we night we think about ways out of physiology hundred years ago what the pathway. So everyone knows this. But what's the other pathway to this now. The first thing is to face the situation and we know that most people don't mean literally so is down who tried to get out of the situation. It's what fought flight does afraid it takes you out of a three situation or if it just gives you that phrase and the submissive situation as opposed to the new system. The part of that allows us to face the situation now to face it situation even when things not going well we have to be able to step back and just hold us hold on news and then we need to be able to actually find out why around now might be. The answer is not immediately the following a script here and that's the freedom that incomes with timing was read and blue together so talk about face find and free so it's not necessarily freedom from fear in the sense that goes away completely but actually your of wit with people for for many many years who are trapped in this situation and i mean measly and so it's releasing them to actually. It's okay are you have to get out of this moment. So i can it and then i can operate within us and i'm looking around and hints that riff that you're talking about trying to find where it goes you don't know but you more fluent inflexible. And you're thinking and the timing is on point and that's the key thing when you go read and blue together and so just. The contrast allows us to think about those different states of mind and as you see the simplicity as we'll have we package that will really three things going on when you overwhelmed and you lose it. You've got that since. Yep what did you lose because we site that price. Do you have that price in the united states. You've lost what is it you lost suggests that you lost you move. So that's the emotional part in became too in that situation. Then you lost your way and so you lost the situation awareness and then you lost your touch and you started making simple mistakes things that you know how to do. You started thinking and over controlling it and with from fluence to mechanical and so you operated in a tight teen states or actually a brief let states and neither conducive to hyper phones. Now if you wanna flip that around instead of losing your live actually holding if and just stepping back and getting some distance and seeing with you to read until he blew just gives you that instant moment of getting to grip emotionally sentence. The knicks steep actually is to find your way and that can be anchored physically as well in the is very important of the fist. Back is a breath just to immediately count the body. The knicks one often people hunch down and rising. The eyes and gain regaining situation. We and we know how important that is. And that's where you start to see new opportunities when you perform well and then in the right moment you've got that sense of timing and feel and that's when you can make you mark and that's when you get that freedom from fear and so those little hedge phrases quite useful for people down the moment we need to really boil it down to two most simplest form the one i use out of all. This is dixie pup. Stephen and i think this is the one that you referenced violence. Yeah because in many ways you know when you think about the mental world is invisible. And i think this is what attracted me to us in this instance. It's sort of intangible. So how do we get it. It's much easier to weaken the linea will do. We can measure things in c. a. b. will go in this direction but the mental will doesn't operate what small things can have bigger phoenix. There's more than one way into a situation in more than one way out. And said how do we get to grips with all this a sort of t to make this talk about the mental. Jim and i guess one way of positioning this game with the contrast to say like okay. Imagine you wanted to get physically stronger. You'll be able to tell me we. You got you go to the gym and what you do when you get there sean. Well you got here. You go the bench and you you do this ends. Let's bench press and i'll go it. It's such a simple movement and you go year but there's a couple of principals here this resistance you'll put white and push against us so the points of overload until you can't do any more to the point of failure and sympathize with you and guide on sorry shawn fail this terrible you feel good. I guess mama face done goodwill pushed to my limits and that's the physical realm. We'll what about if you wanna get mutually stronger. What's the equivalent so we'd he does eat measly strong as you mean to not okay. What's the simple movement. We'll see equivalent. Don't know what that means will movement is. I don't want you talking about okay. And i presume the same principles hold that you like pushing yourself measly until you fail and that feels terrific smiling face and of course we feel damage. Jeep didn't disillusioned and it's not the same and so we bought a double standard because it's visible. And so one of the. I guess important so at seventy years is to go back to the graphic idea. What's the picture in your mind's if we can name something in credit picture of it in a short sequence the nets blue brain heaven in for most people. It's rebalancing sentence and that simple picture of all you need to do is to stay in the moment and how would you knew of the in step up and the foreign so it's not enough just to step back take a brazen steep back in because you beckon at the same level so they called a a one dimensional technique we need. The fomc is almost like mindfulness now. Mindfulness is essentially about awareness. Business steeping day. But there's an observational state now in the middle of lacrosse or whatever it is not an observer. Hopefully you're a participant. Hit your next of participants. So you need to do something. So the moment the moments that you've got a scene of we said measly nasty pop and see what's your next live performance more awareness. What's the food action. And then steeping time in really seems that people tight to this. The state backstops depend at such a movement. You don't even need the woods. Of course you can visualize that movement and then again the kids at school tracing because i smoothed out rather than nature. She doesn't have corners in created a sort of a wave with and they say well. It's like the wave allows you to take you around the more natural. It's easier to do and so it's got the saints of rather being stuck in that position of overwhelm and underneath the wave. We all you can see. Threes actually just goes through this pro sees back holding. Now you can step up. See a bigger picture. See things in a different perspective and now step in with that first action and be more effective and then once you start you bake on top of the situation and then you move them and if you see performances movement it's very helpful way to see it rather than being stuck. I'm wondering some of the big hurdles you must face. is it largely around that that fixed mindset that that people don't think they can correct in the moment. Is that one the bigger things you run into. I think it's the the experience of head over the years is that people get surprised. This is a good thing when people are surprised because it catches them out and go back to. that means. we'll jim analogy with really searching for years. The idea of croatia and then building out this understanding of that situation. And what we're talking about. There is the fact that there are high steitz this unseasonally small margins with fast changes in rule leads to judgement and of course socially that's the trigger and so when we elaborate on. That really were asking you to perform win their expectations here. And then there's going to be scrutiny on you and then the consequence of judgments in a means that makes people uncomfortable and the simplicity of all. This is that what. I'm most interested in rhode across the spectrum so the people who in the forensic world team's performance but tragic things happen they act without thinking in that impacts lives seriously many years and the the other end of the show we talk into winning and losing fence but right across speech from the ideas that there are tough moments when you're and comfortable and how behave in those moments nothing. That's why i was drawn to the french. Contrary this is real very very real and so the idea here. Is that hettie perform when you're uncomfortable.

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"both situations" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

14:24 min | 1 year ago

"both situations" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

"Given us permission to feel some of these things that make us uncomfortable. It's okay in the idea here is it's not good or bad. We don't let the judgments and you've put us in charge ourselves even told us what to for us. See it but it's imbalance radha balance no problem and so. I think if students young students can get it pretty quickly. That's a good taste outs. Probably a balanced in the criticism. It's too complex as neuroscience or oletta or too simplistic and so. I must have it about rice of get up with my face in that that childlike wonder. Sometimes the explains everything for us. I i would love. Could you provide and we can use the sports world. Just i know you've you've worked with a lot of people there A real life scenario of how someone's feeling both red and blue and then how they're navigating that in real time. Would you be able to do that will. What do we make this. You the respect to the individuals that are within as adults to the company chelsea line have how about we think of the moment. You've got a sporting background of how about we dive into a moments. What i like to ask people about us is leads. Compeer a moment you know maybe a period the beast in minutes of you'll be performance and your mind will take you back somewhere and also the whiskey minutes of performance and you might take you back somewhere and to help us understand We've got contrast doing now. And that's part of the methods here so it's not just free floating we've we we can compeer that you hit technical ability but now we've got to look at. Your ability was probably pretty similar in both situations but now the metoo performance was slightly different. So if if we ask you you don't have to give us all the details but if you're comfortable with going back to the moment we're wasn't going well for you. Do you have a picture in mind about we in that scenario yup yup certainly do you describe it or yes. We'll wait you start us off and just think about something about the situation Leaving names out of it is appropriate. Yep yeah no so it. Just things are moving too fast. Usually in in the in the scenarios where i feel like i'm performing fairly high almost feel like i don't know you ever saw the movie. The matrix were neo slows down in the bolts are going past them. It's you most can analyze everything. You're moving much faster speed When i don't perform well everything's moving fast. It's almost like i'm playing catch up the entire time. Sure sure and so when you say things are moving fast so what what did they do. That was what's going on inside what that 'cause what was the problem. I'm trying to think because it would almost seem that if it was moving fast. Wouldn't have to think as much and just let my natural ability takeover So yeah it was. Almost it was almost like i was overthinking an over analyzing things and that's a a classic description so if you picture of that ask people about this. Many times i guess is the phenomenology. This is where it comes from this early psychiatric training reintroduced in the psychopathology. In the extreme will just the phenomenology what would people experiencing at the time and the would that people say the most for for high performance is over thinking. That was too busy busy. Mind now when you picture of that in many ways you've got you blew. Brian sang will. You can do it. You can do it and so positive but not in words because isn't speaking with you. Read minds saying get out of here. It's not say sean it's not. It's not good. Get outta here. So the systems kicking in trying to convince yourself that it's going to be okay so every time you say yes i can do it. There's another sort of unspoken voice saying get out of here now. you can't. it's not safe and so we knew. Sit out there back and forth. You've got a busy dialogue. Were a busy mind going on. And so he's the overthinking type of a description. And you get in your own way and so if you compare that to the moment where you with performing well what would you say. The difference was take us to that moment. More free flowing. I almost think of like a jazz musician. Like you don't necessarily know where the next notes going to come from but when it comes like you're going to hit and nail. It is very free flowing. Don't have to make sure you don't have to stay in this thing and people say got you carry a wasn't thinking i wasn't thinking and so if we if we compare that and think about the right balance here you still need the energy of read but some balance and so instead of the five flights get out of the moment sort of response even the freeze which we understand the those are pretty powerful. If we night we think about ways out of physiology hundred years ago what the pathway. So everyone knows this. But what's the other pathway to this now. The first thing is to face the situation and we know that most people don't mean literally so is down who tried to get out of the situation. It's what fought flight does afraid it takes you out of a three situation or if it just gives you that phrase and the submissive situation as opposed to the new system. The part of that allows us to face the situation now to face it situation even when things not going well we have to be able to step back and just hold us hold on news and then we need to be able to actually find out why around now might be. The answer is not immediately the following a script here and that's the freedom that incomes with timing was read and blue together so talk about face find and free so it's not necessarily freedom from fear in the sense that goes away completely but actually your of wit with people for for many many years who are trapped in this situation and i mean measly and so it's releasing them to actually. It's okay are you have to get out of this moment. So i can it and then i can operate within us and i'm looking around and hints that riff that you're talking about trying to find where it goes you don't know but you more fluent inflexible. And you're thinking and the timing is on point and that's the key thing when you go read and blue together and so just. The contrast allows us to think about those different states of mind and as you see the simplicity as we'll have we package that will really three things going on when you overwhelmed and you lose it. You've got that since. Yep what did you lose because we site that price. Do you have that price in the united states. You've lost what is it you lost suggests that you lost you move. So that's the emotional part in became too in that situation. Then you lost your way and so you lost the situation awareness and then you lost your touch and you started making simple mistakes things that you know how to do. You started thinking and over controlling it and with from fluence to mechanical and so you operated in a tight teen states or actually a brief let states and neither conducive to hyper phones. Now if you wanna flip that around instead of losing your live actually holding if and just stepping back and getting some distance and seeing with you to read until he blew just gives you that instant moment of getting to grip emotionally sentence. The knicks steep actually is to find your way and that can be anchored physically as well in the is very important of the fist. Back is a breath just to immediately count the body. The knicks one often people hunch down and rising. The eyes and gain regaining situation. We and we know how important that is. And that's where you start to see new opportunities when you perform well and then in the right moment you've got that sense of timing and feel and that's when you can make you mark and that's when you get that freedom from fear and so those little hedge phrases quite useful for people down the moment we need to really boil it down to two most simplest form the one i use out of all. This is dixie pup. Stephen and i think this is the one that you referenced violence. Yeah because in many ways you know when you think about the mental world is invisible. And i think this is what attracted me to us in this instance. It's sort of intangible. So how do we get it. It's much easier to weaken the linea will do. We can measure things in c. a. b. will go in this direction but the mental will doesn't operate what small things can have bigger phoenix. There's more than one way into a situation in more than one way out. And said how do we get to grips with all this a sort of t to make this talk about the mental. Jim and i guess one way of positioning this game with the contrast to say like okay. Imagine you wanted to get physically stronger. You'll be able to tell me we. You got you go to the gym and what you do when you get there sean. Well you got here. You go the bench and you you do this ends. Let's bench press and i'll go it. It's such a simple movement and you go year but there's a couple of principals here this resistance you'll put white and push against us so the points of overload until you can't do any more to the point of failure and sympathize with you and guide on sorry shawn fail this terrible you feel good. I guess mama face done goodwill pushed to my limits and that's the physical realm. We'll what about if you wanna get mutually stronger. What's the equivalent so we'd he does eat measly strong as you mean to not okay. What's the simple movement. We'll see equivalent. Don't know what that means will movement is. I don't want you talking about okay. And i presume the same principles hold that you like pushing yourself measly until you fail and that feels terrific smiling face and of course we feel damage. Jeep didn't disillusioned and it's not the same and so we bought a double standard because it's visible. And so one of the. I guess important so at seventy years is to go back to the graphic idea. What's the picture in your mind's if we can name something in credit picture of it in a short sequence the nets blue brain heaven in for most people. It's rebalancing sentence and that simple picture of all you need to do is to stay in the moment and how would you knew of the in step up and the foreign so it's not enough just to step back take a brazen steep back in because you beckon at the same level so they called a a one dimensional technique we need. The fomc is almost like mindfulness now. Mindfulness is essentially about awareness. Business steeping day. But there's an observational state now in the middle of lacrosse or whatever it is not an observer. Hopefully you're a participant. Hit your next of participants. So you need to do something. So the moment the moments that you've got a scene of we said measly nasty pop and see what's your next live performance more awareness. What's the food action. And then steeping time in really seems that people tight to this. The state backstops depend at such a movement. You don't even need the woods. Of course you can visualize that movement and then again the kids at school tracing because i smoothed out rather than nature. She doesn't have corners in created a sort of a wave with and they say well. It's like the wave allows you to take you around the more natural. It's easier to do and so it's got the saints of rather being stuck in that position of overwhelm and underneath the wave. We all you can see. Threes actually just goes through this pro sees back holding. Now you can step up. See a bigger picture. See things in a different perspective and now step in with that first action and be more effective and then once you start you bake on top of the situation and then you move them and if you see performances movement it's very helpful way to see it rather than being stuck. I'm wondering some of the big hurdles you must face. is it largely around that that fixed mindset that that people don't think they can correct in the moment. Is that one the bigger things you run into. I think it's the the experience of head over the years is that people get surprised. This is a good thing when people are surprised because it catches them out and go back to. that means. we'll jim analogy with really searching for years. The idea of croatia and then building out this understanding of that situation. And what we're talking about. There is the fact that there are high steitz this unseasonally small margins with fast changes in rule leads to judgement and of course socially that's the trigger and so when we elaborate on. That really were asking you to perform win their expectations here. And then there's going to be scrutiny on you and then the consequence of judgments in a means that makes people uncomfortable and the simplicity of all. This is that what. I'm most interested in rhode across the spectrum so the people who in the forensic world team's performance but tragic things happen they act without thinking in that impacts lives seriously many years and the the other end of the show we talk into winning and losing fence but right across speech from the ideas that there are tough moments when you're and comfortable and how behave in those moments nothing. That's why i was drawn to the french. Contrary this is real very very real and so the idea here. Is that hettie perform when you're uncomfortable.

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"both situations" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"both situations" Discussed on KQED Radio

"With tansy No Vega from WNYC, Icy NPR Rex in collaboration with WGBH radio in Boston. Last week, a federal appeals court issued a decision that could block hundreds of thousands of formerly incarcerated people from voting in Florida. Move was the latest in a serious of back and forth actions affecting voting rights for people with felony records in the state. At the center of the court's decision was a law that passed last year by Florida's Republican led state legislature. Which required people with felony records to pay off any outstanding fines connected to their cases before they could register to vote. In May, a US district judge deemed this law to be a form of a poll tax. And therefore deemed it unconstitutional. Under the 24th amendment, Governor Rhonda's Santa's quickly appealed that decision. And now the U. S Court of Appeals for the 11th circuit has overturned the district judge's ruling. Eugene Williams was released from prison and 2011 after serving 18 years in Florida's Department of Corrections, and he now works for the Florida writes Restoration Coalition and I talked to him in June after the district judge called the law unconstitutional. This painter both situations Santis got going or had going on. It was like it was personal. I am a living with it. If you can be real ability, and I think that it will be more purposeful. They would just get on board and start Britain off the right vote because it gives us purpose But all the time just remember no matter what we are French. I wish deal your name with the guys on the corner at work with you there, so why not offer some incentive? To make us more productive in life. Just of Cuban is oppressed. We're vacant second chances..

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"both situations" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"both situations" Discussed on WTOP

"New from the Virginia Lottery. Odds of winning top prize or one in 8.9 million. 7 48 traffic and weather on the eighth. Married Papa in the W T o p. Traffic Center. Well, Bruce, we're celebrating a Sunday as faras. Most volumes go, but we are still dealing with slowdowns on eastbound 66. But the better news they are picking up the work zone as we speak. If you are eastbound, you hit the brakes near in the nightly Street exit 60 to stay to the right. You'll see the flashing lights. Actually, we're halfway back picking up all the barrels. So once you're past the breakaway point with the cones and the barrels, things are moving well toward the Beltway. Once inside of the Beltway, heading eastbound on 66 2 more work zones to note both you stay to the left to get by Washington Boulevard exit 69. And again at spot Run Parkway Exit 72 in both situations, no big delay. If you're on Route seven, we had a report of a crash on Route seven. In loud and county, I guess past 28 watch for any responders heading there. Know things have been nailed down with this so you'd find it on an open road way. 95 in Virginia between Fredericksburg and 3 95 moving just about its speed. The crash that is north bound before the Quantico exit aboutthe 147 mile marker there on the right shoulder. We have a tow truck on the scene. A lot of flashing lights, so be sure To give him the extra lane in Maryland with Interstate travel Light. Still a crash in Pasadena on route to at East West Boulevard. Watch for police direction and tune up your A C with smell. Stand up guys for $59 today and your fall heater tune up is only $39 Call or visit Snell. Heating and air dot com Today Married to fund the W T O be traffic That a storm team four meteorologist Lauren Rickets, Storm chances aren't all that big this week. We've got about a 30% chance on Monday 40% chance.

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"both situations" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

06:06 min | 2 years ago

"both situations" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"A guy who's got a hug got great talent great kid checked off a lot of boxes but didn't play that well called because he was in a situation that didn't pay them great which really wasn't his fault if you look at the timeline of it and so I think they do want to give me a shot doesn't mean they're not gonna draft somebody but if you look at it it's you know his situated personal situation where he's at its price tag their cap situation he added up and there's opportunity there for them to sort of come out of twenty twenty looks real clean financial the quarterback position after carrying a thirteen a half million dollars dead money hit on Brady this year as for Jacksonville I I think that they do they are going to give themselves some insurance behind behind Gardner Minshew I just wouldn't be surprised if it's not and I would be so I wouldn't be surprised if it actually Andy Dalton not camper Janice in the reason why is because J. group there yeah and a great work with Andy Dalton has first three years only there's a very close relationship there and we know the kind of guy Andy Dalton is that maybe personality wise he would set behind the young quarterback a little bit better than the other two and so I I I think you know you look at both those situations could be opportunity at the bottom just fall down either camera GMS the price is so cheap they apple look at it but I think in both situations there's probably a different path those teams are gone thanks last one for you Albert Breer three weeks from today we will be through the first round of the NFL draft your best gas on the top three picks and who chooses them three weeks from today that we're talking about the top three picks would be cool and by whom Albert okay I I would tell you the Bengals have done so much work on their own it includes every nickel back and they've used every resource and called every lever and and it's gone I don't know people know this but overall ACT college roommate exactly well you know obviously that Taylor has a relationship but switch overs dad Jimmy burrow at one time Jimmy burrow was at Ohio University and that killed university each other out recruiting and so the Bengals have just kind of exactly what every now and it's no joke girl as well as they possibly can I think that they're going to take him number one overall which is a shot here and then yeah my guess is the Redskins kind of deal who are we kick the tires on a trade and then they wanted to pick your second and then I think the lines are I don't want one of those down too far so they love for a Miami or or a Los Angeles but the Chargers come up and get that pack because you know the topic draft directly formerly defensive players chase down the line yep couldn't other Derek brown I datacenters are the other two sorry the line would love to be in a situation where they could trade down and still not find arranged to get one of those guys so if they stick where they are because they trade areas I get the pizza it'll be chapel cuda it's not a home that that's not me being a Homer but I think that's the way to go but I do that but I do think that there is that that that that they're going to do everything they can to try to create a market for that third overall picks thanks for the call Albert best your wife best your family let's chat the next week the week after the look for my call to make this on the regular before the draft that's for sure thanks for it and that there are a few dollars that's our prayer right here on the rich Eisen show just a couple things right there I think it is borrowing young and I think the lines actually trade out enough on them are you trade out with the dolphins go to five and then sit there and wait for the phone rang and hope that the Chargers don't make a choice with the giants because I know don't don't know don't know the giants can sit there and say all right lines are behind us right now they're not gonna take the pass protector that we need they need a coda we're gonna go pass protector Isaiah Simmons we can get that six two and let's get let's get let's use this right now and that that's the dice that that line's role but at least if they go three down to five they're still sitting there at five they get all the dolphins picks but they also look to run you know Gettleman never trade his picks the restaurant so they could sit there and say that and then just call the Chargers up and say Hey we're good enough people are going crazy for Justin Herbert right now what he said I'm telling you that's the way the lions game the top of the draft that's one thought and the other thought Minshew in Dalton sounds like a great wacky CBS crime fighting team from the eighties right can you imagine IT or is it or is it Dalton immense you don't for that I think is an insurance you would mention one Dalton sounds like Hey mate you mention for this sounds like something that summer would say tonight at all new Minshew in Dalton on the CBS Minshew and don't you miss you Hey and Dalton ag because stay tuned tonight as Ben Vereen stars and men's shoes and Dalton next we are Wilford Brimley in Dalton yeah Jared special guest star Charo yes the young men's shoes and Dalton yeah okay I Tristen worse Jeffrey Ross still to come when we come back man with this guy look good on your offensive line and backed in and wheels make it just again you just heard borrow Yang tua wills her perch to tension Lee or a coda and then Herbert and then you're sitting there at seven years old your Carolina Panthers you've got words that didn't Simmons sitting there all my Derek brown hasn't been mentioned.

"both situations" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

12:30 min | 2 years ago

"both situations" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Electric pardon an expert in animal communications no one buys give to help volunteers and professionals the rescue dog about to cross over your advice as well as messages from the dogs my price for that in those situations because that's a really tough situation to be I know all my goodness and so the thing I would suggest is always check the self and try to stay and more in observation and absorbing the situation so being less emotional and more observatory in these cases and recognizing that even though people may not know how to DO animal communication themselves in a in an actual practical or professional when animal communication starts with thought in the mind of the animals even though we can't always talk to them they hear us all the time in the field so when you talk out loud they get it they see and they feel the images in your mind and they understand your emotion the more focused and more clear you can be about describing to the animal what is about to happen what they can expect the easier the transition becomes for them because it's the unknown that we all fear the mold and we get if we can take the unknown away we cut away a lot of that stress that unnecessary stress and again all they have to do is imagine in their mind and speak the animals tell them exactly what is coming what they can expect and this will prepare them it's always good to bring into the situation and understanding yourself of what's coming so that you can relate to them it takes the fear off at them and take the edge off I mean it's always good to put yourself in that position now what could they be feeling and how can I help them based on what I would like in that situation what I want to know what's going on with me what I want to be comforted and we have to be careful that we we don't allow our emotions to intrude on their transition experience that that would be like lard is there to do instant lottery when you really want to grieve yeah that would be tough not about not grieving but it's more about keeping that emotion in check to the point where you're not allowing it to blind you from what the animal need so basically and what happens naturally with a lot of care givers whether they're helping animals or humans that we shelf our own needs in those moments and then those emotions flood and later on right it's kind of a coping mechanism that we have I'm not telling people not to feel but I'm telling them be mindful like try to be in a space where you're allowing that emotion to come through but not to control you or intrude our cloud you in seeing what the animal truly need to no small and animals are so much more accepting of death and we are well I'm I'm her that they know when it's coming absolutely like they're they're usually and I'm not gonna say that a hundred percent of the time they know or had a percent of the animals no but because they can read your mind in the reader energy they're kind of sitting in a space of awareness to a degree that this is coming and they know for themselves often that that it is coming there there's an example that there's a lady who contacted me from a local Humane Society that is a non kill shelter and this woman has her husband taken one of the senior dogs from the shelter home help him transition and or story her to transition and there is a time line for that situation like the dog they know this dog that a crossover within a certain amount of time is that what they know which physically wrong with a dog in this case the dog is riddled with tumors there is prevalent and it's only a matter of time and they can see the physical aspect with the dog gets has laid labored breathing right so they know that it's coming so they removed the dogs from the shelter brought it to their own home and Phyllis that to a allow this wonderful girl her name is pink to to be able to transfer and I have the permission to talk about this so using names as well she asked me to speak to it can can say you know what where are you at how are you feeling because again now this beautiful lady Rhonda is faced with the same decisions as any other foster mom or volunteer would be lost how do I know when it's the right time we don't want them to suffer to latch yeah we don't want to take them before their time because maybe they could have some a few more days even in very rewarding in our lives that we don't wanna take them sooner or we don't want to take them to like because there can be and comfortable ramifications in both situations so in this case I think is is suffering a lot of times and it was interesting that I received this morning and I received another contact from another client who the animal has been sick for some time they rescued this animal but only had him a very short time about a year and a half and she's looking to go okay he seems to be ready to cross but how do I really know and how do we deal with that so in this case I just reiterated what she already knew right when I was speaking to the dock for her and basically translating the information that he had just like are already known but you know I wasn't I wasn't seeing it clearer I I wasn't trusting myself stress to the south is so huge and that's one thing that we can look at it don't doubt the self if you have an instinct then follow it and I always find that it's not as much before the situation but after the transition that people have the battle of of how to handle it for themselves you know that they're pretty capable of walking through it again afterwards they have to deal with that loss and they have to work through that grief no matter you know it doesn't matter how long you've known the animal because it is a life and there always is a connection on a heart level when we're dealing with life yes that I completely agree with wow so these situations that are these with the one you are mentioned just now that one is not recent but the lady from your local Humane Society she wanted questions this is recent right yeah they're both recent actually all the more the one I just spoke of she just texted me a few hours ago animal that I have communicated with before a dog that I communicated with probably about six months ago and he said he did say that he was aware that he wouldn't lie through the year and that when the time comes he would really appreciate her acting rather quickly so that he didn't have to suffer and if she wouldn't mind sacrificing that for him wow really great phone not his perception right so I volunteered well when you feel that you're close then send me attacks and I will communicate with him for you it just is you know Clinton's not coincidence that this happened a couple hours ago I spoke with him he said I am so ready to go whenever she's ready I'm back and her response was oh my gosh is he suffering terribly and it wasn't that he's suffering you know physically there with some discounts it is but not that would lead by that be more what I got from him once I feel like now is the right time and I am welcoming it because they feel so peaceful in this moment to accept the concept of needing to transition he's more into space so you know what I know it's my time to go and I'm the name brace it because like I was saying they they view that we different than we do they read that that is not a finalizing ation of anything to transition from one energy to another right right and we're the ones who have to overcome that location yes yeah with the other case with them king with Rhonda that in that case I am looking at this situation as a beautiful opportunity because when I'm communicating with pink eye and look at her and I'm like how you feel and he's like you know what I am so glad to be in a home this is your doing this live like your these insights are happening right now yeah yeah so loud and she reached out to me then we decided okay we were going to save this for this interview and we will talk to her rate in the moment reaching out to communicate with pink the first thing that I'm asking her because Rhonda when a friend of questions was she happy and isn't that one of the things that we want to know are they happy do they feel loved so thanks response is that yes she feels so overwhelmingly happy even though she knows she's coming to the end of her life she feel so happy because he no longer feels abandoned she feels accepted and there's someone there honoring her honoring her being honoring her as a P. and loving her without expectation now she is definitely in discomfort and run is aware of that but to what degree Rhonda wasn't sure confronted can you know render the foster mom she can read the sign of the labor breathing but animals they hide if you're starting to see it if the waiting for them not so again she's looking at it going I don't want to make her suffer more I want to help her and sometimes it's a matter of animal says I want to keep going can you give me some now for the pain can you do that can you do that in this case I think it's saying that she feels that more pain management because her physical pain at this point is quite high probably a seven on a scale of one to ten and she talked about having discomfort she's talking about having discomfort in the lower right side of her mouth but there's something going on there that you're kidding and she also is talking about having sensitivities to textures smells sounds and she tells me that she can't see very well her I keep getting blurry so that's going to tell us that there's probably more medical issues creating that as well not necessarily just her age but it could be related to the pain now I can only I'm not a that I can only relate what they tell me and describe what the sensations are that they explain she critically and emotionally we just go by that to the best of our ability that in keeping in mind that there are a lot of open minded that you know in our community in our area in that very honored to have had a lot of them the show opened that they're listening to the communication that's being provided by the animals and it's amazing yeah so in this case yeah real looking at I think again she just in saying she's so happy to be accepted loved and not to feel abandoned that it almost feels like that act of kindness that round and her husband has created in a contribution to pink and and of life has made can come to a space of total acceptance of passing it's like okay I finally got to where I've always wanted to be and now I'm ready to go because this is this was my dream or this is where I needed to get to you and now I no longer need to try to strive for that because I haven't so it's thing to see yeah that's that's a deep message he yeah but they're having struggled a lot in the past with not feeling accepted and loved and not feeling like she had a face and she was kind of run a shared with me that she was picked up as a rescue and then put in another shelter and then transferred to them so she's been in limbo for quite some time and to think about that and being stuck in limbo you're not really having a home and not.

"both situations" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"both situations" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Because I I know it's not safe to assume that in both situations but my gut tells me that they were probably homeless people crossing the interstate you knows that seems to be the reputation here listen you're not talk to the chief right in here the police chief and he pretty much confirmed that you all are our suspicions usually are generally true comes to that it's somebody that might not even. in the middle of I thirty five minutes and I'm forty five product of of our homeless situation that may be mayor Adler's our game plan all along to solve our homeless problem I mean he hasn't said that but it sure feels that way right it's it seems like death on our roads when it comes to homeless folks crossing the interstate has become greater over the past six weeks there's no doubt about it I can think of eight in the past six weeks yeah I may be wrong on that number but I'm not far off maybe sixty. well in and then if you go farther back than that looking over the past couple years it's been extraordinary they're out of of these kinds of incidents we had in the first thing that we always think what about some homeless guy and sure enough that usually the case listen it was about three four years ago I was driving down one eighty three south on the way to the radio station not too far over there from a capital Texas yeah just as you go underneath capital of Texas. the dark in that area at the time it was right and not no exaggeration I'm coming down the the center line sixty five miles an hour and just out of the blue there was a guy standing in the middle of the road no sure just wearing shorts barefoot and standing there with his arms in the air he wanted me to hit him he was looking to be hit right he was trying to kill himself right via my car would you to participate in a service and thank god there were no other cars nearby was able to swerve and get out of the way but I had to pull over Medicaid me nauseous when my hands were shaking can imagine call the police and and and yeah it's it's it's very tragic I can't tell you how many times come and to work in the morning for me as well going seizure Shamus to thirty five or there's a big homeless camp brought their seizures shoppers and thirty five under the overpass there I have to keep my eyes peeled because there be zombies there's on base just kind of walk around yeah yeah and that's the homeless folks we're not talking about the late night scooters no no yeah that's all different deal it is six oh nine stay with us coming up at six twenty in business news el patio is making a comeback they arising from the Phoenix rising from the fire station from the case on what to explain coming up at six twenty right now time for the rush of date the president of the teamsters James P. Hoffa the only son of Jimmy Hoffa who was also a president of the teamsters now dad. is disappointed Jimmy junior says the democratic presidential candidates have not discussed kitchen table issues that are important to unions now short the last Democrat debate there was plenty to talk about healthcare and trade both are important but there was not a word from the Democrats about pension plans and retirement security that's a huge oversights and Jimmy junior who's still alive now this is a warning folks a teamsters have a million and a half members union dues some teamsters another big unions provide the manpower and the money to help get Democrats elected every election cycle the union boss Jimmy Hoffa junior he once again with his union is paying for he wants to know what the Democrats are going to do to hold up their end of the bargain in this unholy alliance. Jimmy Hoffa join your once Democrat candidates to spell out how they plan to use the federal government to shore up union pension funds and how they're going to make sure that his union members get their retirement money even if unions are too broke to pay for what they promised now these Democrat hopefuls they can ignore boss offer if they want to but if they do they're going to pay for it rest assured the next stadium construction site you want..

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"both situations" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"both situations" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"And that's why I can look at both situations connected to our world of sports. And I could deliver a huge opinion that I support what the old miss players dead. Now, some will say well they're kneeling for the flag that beat the confederacy. Standing kneeling have you sat during the national anthem ever. Again, I'm not changing my position on this. But I think setting for the national anthem as disrespectful is nailing. Is that totally disrespectful. So a lot to talk about one. Welcome in everybody across North America. Grew sophomore yellow are ready to go. You can join us one eight five five two four CBS. That's one eight five five two one two four two two seven at Saturday who John Twitter? We'll get some comments Saturday night healed show on Facebook. So join us you tell me where you're at in everything Scott out and beautiful Santa Cruz, California on the Saturday night show. Hey scotty. So my thought on that is I think the were just fine to kneel. And who knows exactly what each one of those kids had their head about it. Maybe they're sad. But the flag is what it's supposed to be in. It's not the flags fault. And the other thing is that. Capper Nick, he's just young like a lot of young people like go kind of overboard on the like political stuff like the Castro stuff that was stupid crap. But that's just him being a pig being young. I think he'd probably look back at it himself in ten years and just call himself an idiot got I've never looked back at anything. I did when I was eighteen to thirty that I did wrong. And I wish I wouldn't have done it. I am thankful that. There wasn't Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or mobile phones. Yeah. I am thankful for that. Thanks for listening out in Santa Cruz, California, truly just pure America out there, Jim in Pennsylvania, you're on CBS sports radio. Thanks for taking my call huge. Topic that I could rant for hours.

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"both situations" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"both situations" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"Has limitations at times. You you bring pressure up the middle ju- breeze in passing lanes not as affected. So we get that. But five eight to five ten five eleven obviously you rather be taller, but you can still play the game of football play with joke. Flutie when he won ten gains Pro Bowl and the play offs, and he perform well now that said Hoi, I would love for that to be my son in that position to have these two options. These these two opportunities I would tell him. Look. Here's a pros and cons in both situations. However, I would root for him to go to. Football because you always fall down to baseball. Tim Tibo who did play baseball highschool is damn near a pro. If he wasn't injured last year. Probably would be a pro right now be met. So the athletes system in baseball. We all know is a little less than it takes to play the game of football in your prime years in the years where they're still trying to get you and put their claws on you into football world take that opportunity if that doesn't work fall down baseball. I think that I think that playing major league baseball a lot harder than playing professional football a lot harder to get in. And the statistics bear that out. I mean one you're playing against the world. You're not doing that here in America playing football. There's fifty three guys on our Australia's twenty five active guys on a major league baseball roster. You sign this deal in baseball. You're gonna spend the next three or four years right around bus in the minor leagues. Then when you get in to professional baseball when you after you get to that you get to the majors. You've got three years of major league service without going down. You can't be sent down the miners that the clock starts ticking. If you get sent down it's no longer ticket does back. So you've got three years to be able to get to your arbitration year. And then if you're not a superstar, you're arbitration, you're you've got one year of money that you're gonna make and then you hit free agency. So you're going to be seven years essentially out before you have a chance to sign a contract after the signing bonus you have two contracts in the NFL, maybe working on your third contract and the NFL he's gonna be a first round draft choice. And he's rated in in the bottom in the twenties. But that means you're gonna get elevated up in the teens at the very least in the National Football League. You're gonna make fifteen you're probably gonna make twenty some million dollars just to sign your name on a on a on a contract, and you're gonna get another opportunity for years from now to resign. A deal of is a four year deal with the option of the team if you play well, you're going to get an option you're gonna get that option contra. In four years. So if he's the first round, I'm playing football. And I've I've thought about this. I've kind of looked into this what you said he could possibly be twenty nine thirty years old before he's a free agent in baseball. If it goes if he's in a minors for two or three years, and they have arbitration system in baseball look at Bryce Harper. Manny machado. They can't even get a ten year deal in their two best players in baseball before he's up for a second contract in baseball. He could possibly make what you said at least thirty million dollars playing football. If he's a good player. He doesn't have to be great. He'll sign at that time for twenty one twenty two maybe twenty three million dollars a year as a quarterback. It's an end. He's a star. He won a Heisman Trophy. He's a star in football. He goes and plays baseball bus trip in a minors. He's not a starring more. Your doll. Art. So for me, go play football if it doesn't pan out. All right. I'll go try baseball. Again. That's what I would do. Oh, I can't decide of pollen cabinet. They world class Twitter troll or world class attention board. I go back and forth. I know what he's not. He's not a serious activist fighting for racial equality. He's not the modern day. Muhammed ali. He's not even a poor man's my mood. Do rove. Eileen rove had real beliefs that by religious conviction cabernet just wants to be famous..

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"both situations" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"both situations" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"Has limitations at times. You you bring pressure up the middle ju- breeze in passing lanes not as affected. So we get that. But five eight to five ten five eleven obviously you rather be taller, but you can still play the game of football play with joke. Flutie when he won ten gains Pro Bowl and the play offs, and he perform well now that said Hoi, I would love for that to be my son in that position to have these two options. These these two opportunities I would tell him. Look. Here's a pros and cons in both situations. However, I would root for him to go to. Football because you always fall down to baseball. Tim Tibo who did play baseball highschool is damn near a pro. If he wasn't injured last year. Probably would be a pro right now be met. So the athletes system in baseball. We all know is a little less than it takes to play the game of football in your prime years in the years where they're still trying to get you and put their claws on you into football world take that opportunity if that doesn't work fall down baseball. I think that I think that playing major league baseball a lot harder than playing professional football a lot harder to get in. And the statistics bear that out. I mean one you're playing against the world. You're not doing that here in America playing football. There's fifty three guys on our Australia's twenty five active guys on a major league baseball roster. You sign this deal in baseball. You're gonna spend the next three or four years right around bus in the minor leagues. Then when you get in to professional baseball when you after you get to that you get to the majors. You've got three years of major league service without going down. You can't be sent down the miners that the clock starts ticking. If you get sent down it's no longer ticket does back. So you've got three years to be able to get to your arbitration year. And then if you're not a superstar, you're arbitration, you're you've got one year of money that you're gonna make and then you hit free agency. So you're going to be seven years essentially out before you have a chance to sign a contract after the signing bonus you have two contracts in the NFL, maybe working on your third contract and the NFL he's gonna be a first round draft choice. And he's rated in in the bottom in the twenties. But that means you're gonna get elevated up in the teens at the very least in the National Football League. You're gonna make fifteen you're probably gonna make twenty some million dollars just to sign your name on a on a on a contract, and you're gonna get another opportunity for years from now to resign. A deal of is a four year deal with the option of the team if you play well, you're going to get an option you're gonna get that option contra. In four years. So if he's the first round, I'm playing football. And I've I've thought about this. I've kind of looked into this what you said he could possibly be twenty nine thirty years old before he's a free agent in baseball. If it goes if he's in a minors for two or three years, and they have arbitration system in baseball look at Bryce Harper. Manny machado. They can't even get a ten year deal in their two best players in baseball before he's up for a second contract in baseball. He could possibly make what you said at least thirty million dollars playing football. If he's a good player. He doesn't have to be great. He'll sign at that time for twenty one twenty two maybe twenty three million dollars a year as a quarterback. It's an end. He's a star. He won a Heisman Trophy. He's a star in football. He goes and plays baseball bus trip in a minors. He's not a starring more. Your doll. Art. So for me, go play football if it doesn't pan out. All right. I'll go try baseball. Again. That's what I would do. Oh, I can't decide of pollen cabinet. They world class Twitter troll or world class attention board. I go back and forth. I know what he's not. He's not a serious activist fighting for racial equality. He's not the modern day. Muhammed ali. He's not even a poor man's my mood. Do rove. Eileen rove had real beliefs that by religious conviction cabernet just wants to be famous..

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"both situations" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"both situations" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"You you bring pressure up to middle ju- breeze in passing lanes, not as active so we get that. But five eight to five ten five eleven obviously you rather be taller, but you can still play the game of football play with joke. Flutie when he won ten gains Pro Bowl and the play offs, and he perform well now, that's it. Boy, I would love for that to be my son in that position to have these two options. These these two opportunities I would tell him. Look. Here's a pros and cons in both situations. However, I would root for him to go to football because you always fall down to baseball. Tim Tibo who did play baseball high school is damn near a pro. If he wasn't injured last year. Probably would be a pro right now be a met. So the athletes system in baseball. We all know is a little less than it takes to play the game of football in your prime years in the years where they're still trying to get you and put their claws on you into football world take that opportunity if that doesn't work fall down baseball. I think that I think that playing major league baseball a lot harder than playing professional football. A lot harder to get in. And the statistics bear that out. I mean one you're playing against the world. You're not doing that here in America playing football. There's fifty three guys on our Australia's twenty five active guys on a major league baseball roster. You sign this deal in baseball. You're gonna spend the next three or four years riding around bus in the minor leagues. Then when you get in to professional baseball when you after you get to that you get to the majors you've got three years of major league service without going down. You can't be sent down the miners that the clock starts ticking. If you get sent down it's no longer ticket does back. So you've got three years to be able to get to your arbitration year. And then if you're not a superstar, you're arbitration, you're you've got one year of money that you're gonna make and then you hit free agency. So you're going to be seven years essentially out before you have a chance to sign a contract after the signing moments. You have two contracts in the NFL, maybe working on your third contract. NFL? He's gonna be a first round draft choice. And he's rated in in the bottom in the twenties. But that means you're gonna get elevated up in the teens at the very least in the National Football League. You're gonna make fifteen you're probably gonna make twenty some million dollars just to sign your name on a on a on a contract, and you're gonna get another opportunity for years from now to resign. A deal of is a four year deal with the option of the team if you play well, you're going to get an option you're going to get that option contract in four years if he's the first I'm playing football. And I've I've thought about this. I've kind of looked into this what you said he could possibly be twenty nine thirty years old before he's a free agent in baseball. If it goes if he's in a minors for two or three years, and they have arbitration system in baseball. Look your Bryce Harper. Manny machado. They can't even get a tenure do in their two best players in baseball before he's up for a second contract in baseball. He could possibly make what you said at least thirty million dollars playing. Football. If he's a good player. He doesn't have to be great. He'll sign at that time for twenty one twenty two maybe twenty three million dollars a year as a quarterback. It's an end. He's a star. He won a Heisman Trophy. He's a star in football. He goes and plays baseball bus trip in a minors. He's not a starring more. Your doll. So for me, go play football. If it doesn't hand out. All right. I'll go try baseball. Again. That's what I would do. Jim is here to help us talk about our approval ratings for New.

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