35 Burst results for "Briggs"
"briggs" Discussed on Future Hindsight
"You can support our indie podcast and become part of this civics club you there. Well i wanna pivot a little bit to a big chunk of your book which is about the taking of children in south america which fit handing beloved. What's happening here. Different countries have different flavors but they all basically amounted the same thing which you described for the native children. But how does the taking of children in south america fit in with this history and inform. What's happening today. With for example the trump administration's policies. Well because it's been a lot of time thinking about the reagan administration and its participation in worse in central america and the taking of children in el salvador and an honduras. reagan administration. Certainly didn't want to see the refugees that essentially its own policies had participated in creating migrating to the united states. And so in order to terrify people who were undocumented children were held in immigration detention. If you were undocumented in your kid was being held and immigration detention if they had migrated without chew trying to find you. You couldn't pick them up without yourself being deported and since we're active wars still going on in the eighties and nineties. People very much. Didn't want to be deported. In fact that was the situation of a young woman. Jenny foot as who i think. A lot of people have heard of indirectly as part of the florida's agreement about the treatment of children in immigration. Detention bill barr was actually involved with that case under the bush administration and so that was an effort by immigration advocates to demand decent treatment for children and it failed then as it continues to fail now. Children remain in immigration detention. For no reason like it's not like anybody's suggesting that they are a threat to anybody national security something like that. What they are is inconvenient for us federal policy. So what is the tension between us policy towards central america and let's say central and south american labor and at the same time funding oppressive regimes and then not being able to get out of this vicious cycle of funding those regimes that then kick out refugees meaning. They are so desperate that they come here. And then we reject send them back only to be killed and it just makes it worse. There's actually a reason why children become the focus of this kind of conservative. Ir and also enforcement in that i want. The united states who wants from latin american citizens is their labor but not their children. They want people to come. And pick crops in california arizona or washington but they don't want people to stay and build live some have their children and actually bill.
"briggs" Discussed on Future Hindsight
"And the other thing that was going on at the same time was white segregationists. We're not just focusing on school desegregation and trying to stop it. But they were also trying to say that the black community wasn't the sort of respectable community. That was being portrayed on the evening news as primarily church led organizations. They wanted to focus attention on welfare and impoverish mothers and their children. And so they started saying that impoverish mothers were promiscuous where having lots of children out of wedlock and so white segregationists came to focus on what they called welfare fraud or welfare dependency and the more but communities fought for their freedom. the more welfare was cut and ultimately what we saw was a transformation of a very small child welfare program that primarily served white families to one that actively worked to take black children white supremacists explicitly relied on what we're called suitable home rules whether children were in proper home swith essentially a nuclear family. And if they weren't they could run the risk of being taken and so in one thousand nine hundred sixty alone. A hundred and fifty thousand black children entered the child welfare system as southern states passed suitable home rules one after another and i think it's really important to think of at the modern child welfare system being born in that moment as part of the work of punishing but communities in rebellion for there were can seeking to desegregate public accommodations through the schools at the same time in the west indigenous communities were fighting tribal termination and they to begin to lose children and significant numbers until such time as many as a third of native chiltern wherein out of home care again and this is after the decline of the boarding schools. You know what really shocked me. When i read this book. Is that the cycles. Just reappear it just pops up in another form but with the same goals and so. What is the legal mechanism. I think it's worth talking about. Because it continues to exist today in the government through welfare workers or through mass incarceration that gives them the legal right to take the children and that these parents all feel powerless to get their children back. Most people think that what a toddler fair system is doing is mostly protecting children from abuse but children who entered the child welfare system are actually overwhelmingly the children of birth parents who are accused of child neglect and while states say they don't take children for reasons of poverty over and over again. What child neglect looks like is not having food in the fridge. Having a bad landlord exposed wires having homelessness and so there's actually in the last year increasingly a movement to stop trying to reform the child welfare system and talking about defunding it ending it because what we have essentially in this country are two ways of handling families in crisis. Emma scour middle-class. If something happens to me i become really sick or develop a substance abuse problem or to jail. Then what's going to happen to my kids is they're gonna wind up with my sister. They're wind up with a relative what happens to impoverished. People is that they very quickly lose their children to the enforcement agencies associated with poverty and have what aaron miles cloud calls the civil death penalty. Which is you lose the right to your child. And so we're increasingly in a conversation about a child welfare system that a lot of activists have sought to reform into a movement to think hard about how else we can care for families in crisis. Yeah that would be really good to do that. I don't know..
"briggs" Discussed on Future Hindsight
"Citizen change makers who spark civic engagement in our society. Our guest today is laura briggs. She's professor at the university of massachusetts. Amherst and she studies the relationship between reproductive politics. Neoliberalism and the long term historical structures of us empire and imperialism will be talking about her latest book taking children a history of american terror. It argues for four hundred years. The united states.
How To Make A Name For Yourself As A Junior Product Manager
"Even if you're a new product manager the chances are great that you have something amazing going on to be hired as a product manager in the first place that means. You're some kind of unicorn your interesting and accomplished with lots of skills and a resume that has compelling experiences an impressive educational background most likely and diverse interests and skills. But i'm going to talk about something different. We're all unicorns as product managers unusual and rare compared with other roles in the company even in life. But we're all still different from one another obviously so. What color is your unicorn. And what i'm talking about is what are your particular talents. Aptitudes and strengths that differentiate from other people even other product managers now. We often use the concepts of strength. Talents aptitudes special sauce superpower to mean roughly the same thing and that is the way that you see the world were act within it. Think and so on that are kind of unique and unusual to you and special and often. These comes so easily to you that it's hard to believe there's anything special about them. I always think about people who can draw and people can draw and think that it's pretty easy to teach other people to draw because they just show them how they learn to draw but the fact is. If you're somebody like me. Who really has challenges. Withdrawing doesn't matter how easy it was for someone else to learn it. They can't teach me how to draw. I just can't learn. This is something that i know about myself. I've tried multiple times. The fact is that usually you're aren't actually the best judge of your special talents. Because they seem so normal so obvious to you like the drawing talent for somebody who can draw now. Often were very aware of our weaknesses. Like i'm very aware by weakness as being able to draw very well. When i say strengths in this context though i'm actually using that as a technical term meaning the clifton strengths finder assessment. It seems to be a meaningful assessment of a person's strengths. It's definitely more meaningful than something. Like the myers briggs type indicator for example. And so. i'm going to talk in this episode about how to find out what your strengths are in this context of the clifton strengths and then how to make use of your knowledge of your strengths. Which you probably don't have if you haven't done this assessment yet to figure out how to make a name for yourself.
Taking Children: A History of American Terror with Dr. Laura Briggs
"So let's jump into this Laura briggs welcome. I'm glad to be here. Thanks for having me on. I'm so excited about your new book by the way You know because the media has all but forgotten about the children who've been separated from their families know the detention camps and the cages. You know we were all outraged when it first started to happen but you know really. No one talks about this. And what's happened is that things have just worsened for everyone else right and so we just took our focus off of it but i mean i think that's the problem which i think is kind of underlying message of your book that history keeps repeating itself. I think that's right. That's right and like one of the things you notice. Was that a lot of leftists. And a lot of people on the left in progressives and democrats kept saying you know all this is unamerican. Americans don't do this but you know that's pretty much. All we've done is separated children from their families. Well that's really why i wrote. The book is because i want people to see that. This is a form of violence like policing imprisonment. That taking children disrupting the inside. So people's families particularly people have colored families is a form of sadism and cruelty that has been part of the american political system since before there was a country here. Yeah and i think one of the things that i learned in the opening of your book is that by not calling out this fallacy of american exceptionalism that we can keep the harm going right. You know this. We support the harm by not saying you know what we're not exceptional especially in this way. That's right and i think that the problem the we also face especially as we're coming up on an election is if we think that donald trump has so i president who has separated the kits of refugees from their parents. If we think that this is the first time in. Us history that people have lost children to the foster care system to health and human services to powerful forces of the state then we will just elect another president. Who will do it again for me. The moment of truth actually came when obama was first elected in two thousand eight and lived near the border. And so i knew there In arizona knew very well what was happening at the border and a friend of mine who was undocumented was picked up by the police and for a tail light or something tinting on her winds and they investigated her status and couldn't get they couldn't quite figure it out because immigration status as always confusing shared a border crossing card so they called ice And they took the two year old child who was in the back seat and they separated them and they told her that they would put this child in foster care unless she explained her immigration status to them and how long exactly she'd been in the country. Had she overstate of these and would she named the people who helped her any people who employed her and the thing was so shocking to me was a- bama had just become president when just lived through george w bush and torture in usa's detention camps all over the world and we had lived with immigration raids. And i knew about the separation of immigrant and refugee children from their parents under george w bush and i was so sure that everything was going to be better because obama was president and the first thing i learned was that this friend of mine head immediately been separated from her toddler daughter and threatened with losing her and the reason i wrote the book is that i won't be able to very clearly that they're selling rotten at the core of the us political system that enables us over and over again to terrorize people of color in particular by taking their children.
Biden formally announces Buttigieg as nominee for transportation secretary
"The president-elect highlights would could be another precedent setting cabinet pick. President elect joe biden formally introducing former south bend indiana mayor buddha judge as his nominee for transportation secretary piece got a great perspective of a mayor that solves problems and briggs people together. He's got a vision of the next generation leader. The role of transportation secretary is expected to play a central part in joe. Biden's push for a bipartisan infrastructure. Package if confirmed buddha jets will be the first. Lgbtq cabinet secretary of proof by the senate. Fox's john in
The 6 Types of Working Genius with Patrick Lencioni
"With have different talents than you. Sometimes that can be frustrating. But it's actually a good thing because we all have different strengths and different weaknesses. we have different personality styles. You guys know this. It takes a village but what we do to try to figure out the space and understand our people better. If you're like me you start taking. These assessments disc myers briggs in your graham. All good things. But here's what a lot of those things. Don't tell us. Can this person actually do their job from the ramsey network. This is the entreleadership podcast where we help business. Leaders grow themselves teams and the prophets. i'm your host tardy and my guest. today is paddling. Joni pats the founder and president of the table group where he spends his time speaking and writing about leadership teamwork organizational health. But here's the thing is. He's not just another consultant. We have worked with him. At ramsey solutions and andre leadership for years. We've given every one of his books to oliver team members and would give him out at our entreleadership events because his stuff is so legit. When it comes to team culture values you've got to be reading pellet joni now this is exciting. He and his team have developed a model that helps leaders identify their teams areas of working genius areas of life draining weaknesses. That if they're doing those activities too long they're going to burn out and quit. You don't want that so this is going to be a lot of fun but before we get into the model we have to first start with understanding the foundation of a great team. Well it all starts with trust which is humility based and vulnerability based if people can't come to sit down with their team and say i don't know the answer i need help. I'm sorry i was a jerk yesterday. Or i don't know what to do here somebody else or you. You're smarter than i am at this. I wanna be like you if people can't come work and be emotionally buck naked if you will it then you're done because if people can't come and be raw open honest they're not going to be able to engage in conflict because they're not going to be telling the truth and they're gonna feel like that's too risky. They're not gonna commit to decisions because they never really weighed in. They're not gonna hold each other accountable and say hey. You're my friend but you gotta do better than that on this one which is a great thing on a team. But if you can't be vulnerable you're not going to do that and they're not gonna actually do. What's in the best interest of the team. They're going to look at themselves. So that's the basic way that teams function from trust to results. But in order to do that you really need to be humble hungry. Smart person which is i. I don't think too much myself. I think others are more important than i am. Honor them. I work really hard. I'm hungry and inter personally smart. I know how to deal with human beings and if you can find humble hungry and smart people and put them in an environment where they build trust have good conflict hold each other accountable and do all those things. It's going to work. It's not complicated. I know i just went through that very quick. And i talked about eight different things but it's very simple. Are there blockers to trust aside from not having those people who are hungry humble smart well i would say there's blockers if the league doesn't have that and it's counter cultural by the way i should say that to people don't grow up thinking about being vulnerable they teach you to grow up and you know reveal just the parts of yourself that you think people like and this is. This is a problem. So that's why human beings have a hard time being vulnerable is because we think we're supposed to come into the world and protect ourselves but that's not what makes a team great so i think that if you have people that are humble hungry and smart and the leader gets that and nurtures that i. I don't know that there's other blockers. I'm trying to think what might that be. I mean there's environmental factors. Maybe working a company. That doesn't mike that doesn't reward that but if if the person at the top thinks it's important and crates environment from the top and i will tell you daniel that you know one of the reasons that i work with ceos and their teams because it needs to be modeled from the very top and it's not that they're more fun to party with like. Oh i want to be important. I just think if you can get the people at the very top organization to do that. You have a fighting chance in the rest of it. And when i go into an organization and i start at the at the bottom someplace. They're constantly looking up and going. Do you think they're ever going to get this so it just makes more sense to come. Which is why love talking entrepreneurs could is like you can turn your. You can turn your company into a trustworthy us. Good team quickly if you make that so with you and your leader well it sounds like what you're saying in some ways similar to our friend john maxwell he's has everything rises and falls on leadership absolutely. And if you're not working with the leader you're not working with the highest leveraged point of culture. Yeah that's their job. Yes and when they don't realize that when they think their job is just figuring out the technical parts of the of the operations then it's really difficult. So yeah john. And i would be incomplete alignment around that and that's why the leader is so important but that leader can't believe that they're inherently more important than the people lead their actions and behaviors are just more important. Yeah i think the is that they're more important but not more significant. Yeah you know. It's it's the it's the it's the challenge of humility article years ago called the trouble with humility and that is that as a leader. I have to believe i am just like anybody else here. I'm just a child of god a person. That's i'm no. I don't have more significance as you say. And so i have to believe that. But my words and actions are going to have a disproportionate impact on everything else around here. The problem is when people realize that their words and actions are disproportionately important. Sometimes they start to personalize it and say man. I'm pretty important here similarly people that say. Hey i'm not that important. So they forget
The Truth to Shining Brightly & Letting the World See You by Shirley of Daring Living
"The truth to shining brightly and letting the world see you by shirley of daring living dot com. Today i wanna share one truth shining brightly and presenting yourself in this world how it all started and some background into my past. Last weekend i attended a series of events held by mpg. Tgi where house honor to connect with a group of exchange university students from taiwan is a program that was involved in during my graduate years so group that holds very dear to my heart was again at the event. I saw my old self. Who as if. I was back there in the organizing team with them just a few years ago struggling and carrying along with me the overwhelming burden of school. The pressure of meeting up to appearance appearances. Society's expectations the constant struggle to finding my passions and most importantly the desperation to reaching that never ending benchmark of set forward for myself. I was never good enough this time. However i was the bystander with much more communist and openness than before i felt the exchange tunes hopes dreams aspirations for the future also saw their personal struggles of finding themselves searching for a place to belong in this world this experience stirred up a gentle reminder. I think we all deserve to hear about presenting ourselves to this world while also staying true to who we are. You do not have to be in the spotlight to shine in this society and organizations today that a certain type of people that everyone looks up to in order to be successful even during my years in business school in every class we were encouraged. Step onto the stage and take the spotlight own. The room with confidence communicate inspire people with our ideas see. We were taught to be leaders. Not just any type of leader. The extroverted charismatic leaders that were highly valued. Sometimes the idea you need to communicate is so important they have to take the stage to express them to the right people but being the center of the attention is not where everyone thrives for me. It is not where i thrive is not where i can be myself. You do not have to be in the spotlight to shine. If you not feel comfortable leading group or being in the center of attention it is okay was important is you must understand yourself and find the best method and environment that suits you where you can effectively and truthfully express yourself and what you have to offer. I used a model these attention loving sociable charismatic extroverts and thought i had to be them in order to be successful in life but the truth is everyone of our personalities is so different. According to the myers briggs personality test we generally group are personality traits in this world into sixteen different types out of these sixteen half of them are extroverts. Matt of the eight only two of them are considered to have the natural charismatic trait mehan. Tj and ian fj. So what does that mean for. Those of us who do not belong as an emt j. or espn fj. While it means that you simply cannot pretend to be someone you are not and he should not have to be even if you are one of the two leadership type personalities. How much do you understand yourself. Be aware of your strengths weaknesses. Any environment that you are most comfortable in but of course these personality tests are just a start because they are just categories and still don't fully define you dive into your past experiences if think about what you enjoy doing try different hobbies follow your curiosities engage and take part in different groups and communities find out the best way for you to express yourself to the world. Perhaps it is through art through inventions through the internet to writing or through verbal communication. What kind of environment. You thrive in his through one on one conversations or in small groups or in a big stadium with hundreds of people to work better by yourself or a team. We are all different. Don't ever compare yourself in your situation with someone else's focus on yourself work on yourself. That's the only way for you to grow what the world needs while we really need are all types of people portraying different strengths in this world. Q. imagine what it would be like if the world is filled only with allowed charismatic extroverts and actually be pretty scary place to be and nothing would ever get done. We do need charismatic. People in this world to inspiring gather people together a will. We need also are quieter introverted. People and leaders who prefer to stay behind the scenes and are not afraid to let others take the spotlight. Moee need our brave people who choose to believe and follow crazy leaders with visions. What we need are committed people who follow through with what they say and can put words into actions when we need are open minded people who can really lean in and listen first before speaking while we need are kind people who have compassion and can show empathy in this cruel world. What we really need are people who have strong self awareness who are honest and truthful to themselves so that men return they can be their best selves to better serve this world quote. Ask yourself when makes you come alive and go do that. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive
Dallas Dog Owners Get High Rankings
"Dog owners get high marks The top dog owner. Personality Traits in Dallas. Report from rover dot com says Dallas owners of the third most active in the country and ranked fourth and most indulgent and most sociable 47% are likely to do yoga alongside their pump, and they ranked second in using high tech devices like a dog activity tracker. 5000 dog owners in 10. Different cities were looked at to put the data together. The link to the full report can be found at calif. Dot com. Mickey Briggs, Calif. News News
Former trooper accused of ripping off man's mask charged
"Candidacy. A Tennessee state trooper has been fired and arrested after being caught on camera ripping off a man's face mask and denying it impede his man. Brick. Oh, you, Briggs. Yeah, okay. Clip their filmed by the alleged victim, former trooper now Harvey Briggs, age 52, booked by the Davidson County Sheriff's Office, charged with an assault that happened back on August 10th. The alleged suspect, Andrew Golden, claims he was filling Briggs conduct a traffic stop. When Briggs asked him to stop gold and then told the trooper he was allowed to film where he wanted on the F in sidewalk that's in Briggs ripped off his mask. Tell them to stop cursing and impeding his work on the traffic stop. Briggs then fired. On August 14th charged with
"briggs" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"I think that the for dating, it's a little fluffy I. Think your ideal mate is like the person you like spending the time with and are you have shared values with now? I, think like people who are you know S S and j they may have. More traditional core value belief system. So they may need somebody who also shares that value system because that like those traditions are very important to them. So maybe you need someone who has that sort of shared value maybe or a really adventurous person you're Europe. And you need somebody who can give you that in life to who to adventure with you. But also maybe European, you need somebody who's GonNa like ground you and make you be a rational human being most of the time so I don't know actually my partner is the same type as me. And so that results in like we talk about our feelings all the time. Constantly, we are constantly like verbally processing every thought that goes through our head to other people that would be overwhelming. Maybe but for us, it's like we speak a shared language. So I, think there's probably some people who need balance with it and some people who like yeah. Maybe you're perfect human is the same type as you they get you on this really higher level yeah okay. This is very interesting I. I'm fascinated with. What to do with all this I really want to have the first lady of podcasting. Take this I think that in terms of our own. Discussions I definitely feel like that that I'm definitely more of a t in thinking and she's more of an act in feeling in terms of that she doesn't want to necessarily hear about the you know that she knows like like how something makes her feel and that's it just want to hear about a debate about it. I'm with her on that My. My feelings are facts. Yeah. So billy gets important obviously for you and Nicole to know that about each other because like when you get into like an argument or a disagreement about something, obviously you may come from this very logical side and that's valid and call is GonNa come from this side of like. Well, your logic is making me feel unheard or it like condescending or whatever it is and you to after like understand that about each other. The helpful to know I guess I bet she is. I'd say I N F. Jerry I. Think. The Kim Spradlin. Interesting let's take the tests. Tests I'm still a little unsure about the the J. versus the P. Where she falls off. Of What J. is versus a pity but that's a that's just needs to do more research. Okay. Think of how you organize your life when you're going on vacation love like the flexibility of ood. And I just know like I WANNA go free explore or do you have like a really detailed itinerary Joe That's J. J.. J. So maybe somebody she's a I N F P. Maybe yes. Okay. I. I think so. Okay I think so okay. All right. So then that would move her from the Kim Spradlin too. WAS THAT POVERTY IFP. Colleen Hassle going. Okay. Well, let's Win Win. Okay. All right. Lindsay this was so much from any other resources you want to tell people. Not that I can think of, but you know what? I will on my twitter post up the different charts that Robin I just talked through. So you can see where these survivor players fall in a graphic. That is a little more easy to read. Okay. All right. That's great What is your twitter Lindsey? I am Lindsey types and I'm with an e okay types actually yeah and it has nothing to do with Myers Briggs dismantling I literally type on a keyboard, but it's very fitting here. Okay. So so was your twitter handle of that you basically it's it'd be like rob tweets. Lindsey types it just so happens that it's like a double entendre of that you also are. Myers Briggs Certified Practitioner. Yeah. What a lovely coincidence. Lindsey. That I would love to. Hear your thoughts about big brother Myers Briggs types. Many yes. Have you have you given any thought it just in A little snippet of Myers Briggs and how it applies to big. Brother. Briggs. Yeah well I mean. So I think like our two greatest players of all time in big brother have the same type and I think that is e. n. t. p. and I think that is Dan and Dr Well, and that is the Richard Hatch type. So I think like that is a type that we have seen very successful on big brother. We've also seen it successful on survivor. So I'm would love to dive into the cat, the current cast, more of what they're types are and what that could mean. Okay I. Think. There's going to be a lot of people who are like the Myers Briggs nuts who are going to be you very excited that we've opened this line of Communication. I would love to talk to them. Okay. All really will have opinions on some of the things. Is, not yeah. I'm sure I'm sure when you say that's fun that red it is really into Myers, Briggs with the Myers Briggs. Myers Briggs has its own. You know read it page and people will just post things all the time of like. P, and I'm dating an IFJ we're having this relationship issue. So give me your advice. So read it loves to like. You know really discuss this. typologies. Okay. Should Robin Akiva have a Myers Briggs idea on the wheel? Yes that would be fine. All right. We'll see we'll see if we can figure something out. Right Lindsey. Thank you so much. This was so much fun. Of course we've got a ton of stuff for you with not yet briggs brother big brother going on this week be sure to be unlike for that. Of course, more talking with Tibor, which is a randy daily the other day we had another one coming up later on this week's it'd be on lookout. For that and so make sure you subscribe to the podcasts at Russia's website dot com slash itunes, or robs.
"briggs" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Okay Es Tj last one. E. S. T. J.. So this is our extroverted sensing thinking judging. Your hard-working. They love taking leadership roles they love getting stuff done. They want to preserve the traditions and provide security for their people. Their strict boundary setters they're very responsible. So this is like the know it all in your class growing up and always. Oh. Yeah like Stephen. Now I don't know I. Don't know if I would say stephen his STJ but yeah, it's like somebody who always ends up in charge because they're just so competent at things they're so good at things. They always end up in charge your mcgonagall type, and this is where I would slot in some of our you know out Alpha type and our. Our Boston Rob Tom Westman Jeremy Collins. This is where I would executive. That's what they call them. All Sixteen personalities. I called them the mob, the mob boss. Okay. Administrators unsurpassed managing things where people. Yeah. This style that Boston Rob and Tom Westman really play their game is like they they find their people they get them in a line and then they move them to the end. Interested to know that you have Jeremy in that group I feel like that rob and Tom do play a similar. Sort of game you talk that through in terms of having Jeremy in this character types I, do think that Jeremy I feel like is more of A. Charismatic. figure. Than somebody who. Is Seen as the leader of a big group like I feel like that. That Jeremy is comfortable hiding behind like an Andrew savage or or Tony where I that he sort of like wants to not necessarily be seen as the guy where rob and Tom most certainly want to be seen as the guy be insulted if. They weren't seen as the guy. I agree and I think that generally jeremy is just way more flexible than the likes of Robin I. Think the Jeremy Probably Skates closer to that J. P., line because I think Jeremy has played very adaptable strategy games. You could make an argument that he falls into a p but I also think like Jeremy by nature is sort of like a boss man like he is a man is in charge of things and he has enough wherewithal in the game to know that he needs to hide behind people. And so I think that part of the reason that he plays that game is he knows this is the type of person he is he knows he is a leader and he is a threat and he's an assertive. Talented man and he needs to sort of try to blend into the background. So I think he has good p type tendencies. I also think like Jeremy is a bit more of a connector with people could skew closer to the F. flying as well. Then maybe we've seen from Boston rob or like Russell. I would also put here Russell Hands Brad culpepper. So Yeah Jeremy I think like tends towards the middle of these things, but I still think this is where I would probably land him. All right. Lindsey we've talked about sixteen different types. What's the practical way that people could be able to like take this information and they take the quiz they learn. Okay. This is what I am and now what what do you do with that information? Right. So I think now once you have your Myers Briggs type I of your learning a little bit more about who you are, and I also think it's going to help you when you're identifying other folks. So I think like a good example of this is this FM t dichotomy of how do you make your decisions with your feelings or with your thinking I'm and I think when you're talking to people at work understanding more where people? are coming from like the logic of your thinking is never going to appeal to me quite as much as how something is going to make me feel and that's because I'm a feeler I make decisions based on my emotions and I like it when somebody appeals to my feelings because that's what matters to me more. So knowing who you are talking to at the end of the day I. Think can help you achieve goals and also achieve. A cohesive team unit by having balance between all of these different types drive to have other people take quizzes or do I have to get so good at Myers Briggs that I can eyeball Oh. Okay. Actually this person is es F. J. So. What I need to do is sort of cater my approach to this type of personality. If you can make everybody take it I would as an idea to all my friends. Here make their company take the Myers Briggs says or would that be some sort of like hey, this was a discriminatory policy against. ESF Peas. I think it's a discriminatory policy I. think like. It's an HR issue do that. Because it is discriminatory because also like folks who are piece so I'm a p. for example, I am not organized by nature I like flexibility by nature, but I wanna work boss posted like, hey, everybody take the Myers Briggs Challenge. Yeah. A lot of people like put it in their email signatures now what they are seeing that. Yeah. Yeah. So deliver check it out and look at it. Yeah. Yeah, and so I like in the education world, a lot of people will stick that in their email signature. I do think it's a little like boxy and stereotypical because like just because you're a p doesn't mean you're actually a disorganized person in life, right? You can still make a to do list Rana calendar. So I don't think you should use that in like your HR practices but I think it's good for like understanding other people Lindsey. What about dating? So okay if. If I'm in. T J and my looking for like would my ideal man? Be another I 's TJ or would it be like as like a magnet where my ideal mate would be E. N.?.
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"Oh, Oh Wanda. Wanda's in the NFC. Just like really a bright and like full of possibilities and. Live ends up room. I think is in the NFL PA as. Yeah. I do yeah. Has that like really big energy and I think like so I am also any NFP? And I noticed something about NFP's is like I. Think we tend to get really excited about projects and have these new ideas and tend to get excited about the next project and like leave things finished. I think is very NFP characteristic. Rivoli NFP winners. We do. So this is definitely where I would put todd hers off. Though I think. You could probably make an argument for him as a t versus an F. but I think he plays a little bit more with the F. function especially like the way that he appeals to people in his final tribal. I. Think is very like he understands the connection with people and I think this is this might be where I put ours again he's I think skates the line between Ian I I think todd and s you can make an argument for here. Okay. All right. Then after the. E. N. F. P. who else we have? We have E. N.. T.. Another fascinating type okay. What's the and teepee all out? So this is going to be like the Lord of like Witty memes. Trawling you on the Internet and is like organized your senior prank in high school. These are like the quick witted, very innovative looking for like new solutions to problems think like Tyrian. Lancaster Chandler Bing. Type and rob. This is actually where I would have put you in survivor Amazon just watching you as a TV character and six. Okay. All right I'll take that. That's pretty good. Yes. SMART thinkers who cannot resist an intellectual challenge. That's right. These are some really entertaining characters that we have had in survivor history to we've a lot of winners from this category and we just have a lot of I. Think like fun like beloved characters in this category because they tend to make for good television. Okay. Who are the winners? Richard Hatch I think is a great example of an EP yeah and I I think like Richard Hatch compared to Tyrian Lancaster I sort of love that comparison. Race together. They should. Home. My God. That'd be awful. But. Yeah. Very similar type of people. I'd put Nick Wilson here. Adam Klein maybe. Chris Underwood actually maybe both Chris I would put here as well. Okay. Chris Underwood. I think. So I, mean we have like so little gameplay to go on for Chris Underwood that like ultimately it's hard but I think the way that Chris Underwood, like dodges enrolls at the end of that season when he makes his way back in, he is using his brain he is thinking strategically he puts himself up for the fire he's playing adaptively. He's connecting with people via his extroversion I. think that's probably where I'd slot him in. Okay. All right. Let's keep going few more e types. Yeah next is R. E. N. T. J. Guy. So, this one is an interesting type. So this is going to be your strategic visionary leaders. These I think this is a very common type for a CEO of a company or like a big boss. Very motivated. Is. Case. There's probably an AETNA kissers probably an I, I don't know. But I. Could See N. T. Tj for case or there yeah. Because I think cancer is similar to a you'll. Who I would say is an I N. T, J I think that's probably what case is But like likes to lead and likes to lead confidently. So this is like the person at school who would like remind the teacher that like we have homework today and like you're a little bit scared of two. So. This is like your tie win Lancaster for anyone who watches Gilmore girls. Paris. Geller is a perfect E. N. T. J.. Jan Levinson from the office also also an EMT, J. So some fun characters so Who are the? Survivor A is. You'll is is straddling the fence I. Guess. I would put him as an I. N. T. J. Probably. I don't think he falls hear else who do you have? So I actually don't have any winners in this category. Yeah. I think nobody has one as an anti. I encourage anybody to debate me on this. If you think you can think of a winner who falls hear I can't but some of the people I would. Classify as emt Jay's. Current Kaplan. Chrissy halfback. Okay Angelina Keeley Elisa Orleans. Interesting. All women have as Jay's. I do and I think this is like a really interesting thing and probably like an interesting moment to talk about how I think that there we live in a patriarchal society and in the Microcosm of survivor, it sometimes becomes harder to win this game and to be respected in this game as a woman who is playing as a T.. So, women who make decisions with their their brain instead of their heart I often think that this is a challenge for women in survivor to like get respect or to be liked I mean Chrissy halfback. Arguably, played a better game I think could possibly make that argument for her but she is like a middle aged opinionated strong woman and I think that rubs people the wrong way because of the type society we let them and it's not good. But I think just factually, we don't have a lot of t winners who are women we have majority t winners in Myers Briggs but not a lot of them are women interesting. Yeah Yes. So I think that is something that like bugs me a little bit is that if you go out there as a woman who is like playing with your head and strategy you get like you know you're a casts or your Chrissy or you're an Angelina turn up as one of these characters who people are like annoyed by when really you're just trying to play a logical game the way that a man. Lindsey. Chicken or the egg question. But how could people go about trying to? Win The game as a woman who is more of a thinking decision maker than feeling decision maker is it G You have to sew the seeds for that I mean it's it's not necessarily some like the edit is from the show. I'm not sure necessarily if it's like a production thing if the jury is making decision. So how how could Women who are making strategic thinking decisions improve their chances at the end of the game. Well the larger thing I think is that it's systemic right we need to change the culture in general to stop like including this narrative that like women are Bossy when women have strong opinions and aren't afraid to vocalise them now. So I, think like some of our winners who are women who are teas like examples I gave of that is Sophie. Sarah Natalie Sandra. So I mean like what is the key to their success? Then I guess is also had to balance like being able to build relationships. I think, sometimes, men get to be unapologetic and survivor. Can Be Richard. Hatch. And like own your game and you can be unapologetic about the game you played and women I think like there's less leeway for them to do that like Sarah lacina still has to be humanized as like. Well, she's a mother and she cares and her Antonio best she still had to be humanized in order for people to feel comfortable to vote with her for her. So I think women have to do more of a balancing act, they have to like be a t but still be able to flex that F and really connect with people in a way that like a man like. Rob Boss. Rob. May Not have to as much. He can just like frogmarch people to the end and people are like what a great job he did whereas Selah softened the blow for people.
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"I S F. P that's our introvert sensing. Perceiving. Right, and so this is GonNa be like. kind of your more hippy dippy artsy type of person who gentle caretakers. Like really present and enjoying the moment. But like they have their own brand of low key enthusiasm and like very until the well being of others. So like the gentle souls I, do think these tend to be some of our like artistic. Type, players if you will. And so regression back. I think Eric Reichen back probably what identify as an e Yeah I. Think so. I think Eric Raking. Back is probably an extrovert though I don't know that for sure but I do think he's is an artistic person. The person that I that comes to mind for me here is like a Joe Them. Yeah take. Joe Joe Angle and actually maybe like Kelly Wigglesworth to. especially in like her second showing as a person who is very like. And like. All right. We don't WanNa talk about Joseph Activities. Yeah. I'm not sure how much. I guess he said he's a more feeling than thinking. Okay Well I think was probably a good example here Jim. I. P. There you go. The I S. S. S I s FBI. Yeah. They say that this is the adventurer flexible in charming artists ready to explore experience something new. I think Kelly's probably a good example of that somebody who is very present. Looking for things to do with her body but is also very present in every moment with her own mind I think we see that from Woo I think we see that from Ethan on as well as another person who had put here. Okay All right, and then I think we have one more introvert. archetype. That's right. We have the I.. S. T. P.. I s. t. p. and who is that. This is going to be like your reclusive protagonist. So think somebody who is like independent and adventurous, but like very quiet and reserved so I would put here like Jack, Bauer Aria Stark. Like Shrek is probably an I. S.. And I think we have some pretty. Pretty Stereo typical istep's in the Survivor Lor And I think the biggest one is probably James James. Clement Clip. Yeah. So somebody who really likes to function on their own independent isn't like doesn't feel restricted by rules. So like very comfortable like breaking the rules if they feel like that's what needs to be done. And somebody who is like loyal and has internal values, but it's not like overly concerned with being law abiding in generally. Independently. Yeah. So he's there for is friends, but it will also throw randy off of the domes. Set on sumo it see. Exactly and he will smashed bag on top of him and he's not gonNA feel bad about it. Yeah. That's right. Okay. All right. So those are is. Those are all of our is yeah. Yeah. So I'm looking at some of the survivor winners I think it's interesting to see. We have winner is in a lot of different types here in the Myers Briggs typology and is versus eas are actually a pretty even split. We have about. We have about. I would say around twenty five winners who were ease and about fifteen who were is. I put Sandra and Tony both in the e category. So really we have twenty three ease. So. Not a really dramatic difference there between Ian. I I would think that the is would do better. Interesting. Why do you say that I feel like that an introvert is more interested in like the the extrovert is like, Hey, it's all about me. Me Me me. You know here I wanNA tension I want this. I want that introvert I feel like is more about what's going on with other people. Yeah, I think that's probably true and like more able to connect. But I wonder if it's just like ratio, is that television ten to cast more extroverts so they have a higher out of winning Lindsey. Did you find that there's one particular letter that was like oh? This was it like Ninety percent of the survivor winners are our tease and not apps. So not. So dramatically in the overall team of survivor, but I did notice a theme in recent survivor. So in the past fifteen seasons or so since like the mid twenties. Almost all of our winners have been peas over Jay's. So back in the day, it was easier to win as Jason Remember Jay means like people who are really organized and logical, and like type a more they orient themselves and peas are a little more flexible adaptable comfortable with change. and. Now, back in the day, it was much easier to win as a j you know we had the Brian Dick's. We had the you all's we had the ROB Maryono as we have folks who sort of like form a really orderly alliance and frogmarch it to the end and nowadays I. think that survivor has had so many twists and turns, and you have to be a lot more adaptable in the game and we move in voting blocks now. So now it's a lot more appealing to be a p. and to be flexible. So those are more recent winners are piece that's the only dramatic type difference. I. Would say, Okay Let's talk about our extroverts here. Let's do it. I guess we can start with the ESDP'S ES TPP. That's our extrovert sensing thinking perceiving. Yes and these are the real seekers. These are people who like to do and move their bodies and they like to push boundaries and they're going to dive into action. And they're they're going to get things done and they work well with others. But this is like think of your friend who always accepts a super outlandish dare and you're like, why would you ever? East. Yes I'm. Just like willing to do whatever. So. This is like your Han Solo's Sawyer from lost. These are sort of like your rugged doers and this is actually the category where I think we have the most survivor winners of all time Oh. Wow. Get okay. All right who got. Well. I got Tony Vlachos here. Outlandish outrageous willing to do anything. I'm really extroverted has all this energy very adaptable to change. and. Comfortable with doing and moving and thinking on his feet and I think Tony is a good example of that. Okay Because the latter, he goes up and. That's right and he also he you know built his bunkers. Doer Tony's constantly moving and survivor years. He's like shark. Yeah. Okay yeah he's always moving and he's very adoptable. Well, who else? Who are the other people that are the ESDP's? So other people I have here are Sarah Lacina. Also? Yet I think so and I think it's like the the COP vibe is very S. so cop five is very like attention to detail in I'm I'm very observant in what other people are thinking saying doing. Other people I have here Natalie Anderson I think is another like strong doer in the game mover and Shaker, and very unafraid. Tyson I think you could probably make an argument for him here. Jt put here. Actually my favorite, my man and. Interesting why Sandra..
"briggs" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Yeah. The there's actually I think a lot of good examples in survivor of I. I think is a good type to be in survivor. And I'M GONNA say a quintessential example of this is GonNa be Spencer bledsoe. So, really somebody who is in his head having a lot of. Sort of like working through systems in his own head and likes to keep things orderly and. But ultimately really wants to bring those concepts to reality. Think this is this is a good chess player on the Myers break orientation. Yes. We also have a lot of winner in this category to who else. Brian Hi Tech I think is a great example of this This is also where I would put your Kwon Sophie. Oh. Okay. They call this person on sixteen percents of the architect, the imaginative and strategic thinkers with a plan for everything. Yeah Okay. And I think that's a good example of. A you'll sophie Brian type as well. Okay. All right. What's next. Let's go down to I N, T, P I and T. P. R introvert. Intuition thinking perceiving. That's right. This is another one of my favorites and it's because I. Think they're fun like stereotype of character If you think of like the cool mad scientist who is going to disappear into their science lab and come out five days later hasn't slept but has like singed off their eyebrows and invented something that is going to save the world. are going to save us from Cova I feel really strongly. That's good. We need more of them. We sure do. So. These are like your philosophical innovators they're fascinated by like logical analysis. They like designing and completing systems and theories. They're calm and serious but like very passionate appeal to like. Christian Becky I think Christian Huby. Put as an. Here's what's interesting. He got on. Reddit and shed that he is a different type. I would've I think Christian. Who Vicky would have been like a perfect example of this but I he's he's. He's not he's an ESPN. Yeah. Okay. So That's interesting. We'll get to that later. All right. So then who are the survivor I- NTP's. Giving for this one. Greg Lewis Bob Crowley. John Cochran. Okay. All right. That's our Cochran. Yeah I think. Bob Crowley is an interesting example as somebody who. Wasn't like the most social player on his season it, but he was always like sitting there creating and inventing things which really endeared him to people. I mean he created one of our best fake idols on in the early days of fake idols I think we've seen in survivor, and so that's where he lived. He lived up in his brain in a world that was like really creating and inventing and was like adaptable to different types of change. Coming up with new stuff? Yeah Okay. All right anything else on the I N. T. P's. Now they're really find. This is like bells father from beauty and the beast I think is such a great. There's such a fine type in like literature and TV and stuff Okay Alright. What's next? Lindsay Next the I. N F P I N F P R introvert. Intuition feeling perceiving. That's right. So this is your ultimate daydreamer character like somebody who really lives in their head. They are imaginative idealistic type of person very much like guided by their beliefs and values and present with people and like getting deep with people I. Think like Luna Love Good from Harry. Potter is like alternate. IFP. And survivor I think one of our ultimate IFP's is David Wright David Rice. Poetic kind altruistic people always year to help a good cause. Yeah. Okay. David Wright. Lives in his head has chosen like a very creative profession and really I think David Rights strength is like his strategy, but it's also the way that he has been able to connect with others and share his story and sort of be vulnerable on television and with other people on his seasons Yeah. They call this person, the mediator on sixteen personalities. Yeah. I could see that okay. Somebody who's not really comfortable with conflict I would say either so wants to be able to like be the person to solve and make everybody feel good. Can you give another example besides right? Colleen. haskell comes to mind I would say, yeah, I feel like that. David Wright. I think that you sort of like have like this different connotations with him but I thought okay colleen I could see that more. Yeah, another person who? is like a sweet creative, but also like a very like Seoul Deep Person A. Person who people? WHO I think you could probably make a case for RS two. I don't I don't know if I'd put ours as an iron e but I think are as probably you can make a case for him here as well. If colleen is a really good one. Okay. I like that one too. I could definitely see that imagine this type of person who is. Very much like because. David is like so much thinking about the game. I guess, he does make these connections but colleen feel like was just more about like the relationships with the people that were out there. True and I think IFP's tend to be like those really big dreamers. Daydream head and I think that is definitely calling to I S. F, P is.
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"Now, let's get back to learning about the Myers Briggs, types of survivor. So, what's next? So ISF Jays. So now we're shifting over similar to TJ's but now this is people who are going to make their decisions with their feelings instead of what they're thinking. So think of this as the archetype of like the steadfast support system to the protagonist really caretaker type loyalty traditions love to meet the needs of others very selfless. Think like Pam Beesley, Samways GAM g, Dr Watson from Sherlock. That is what I s Jay feels like so we have a lot of losing finalists here is that what you're saying? Shocking that is really interesting actually, no, this is a category that from my guesses, my estimations here we have four winners who fall as. F-. Jay's okay. Yeah. Now I think Natalie White is actually a good example of sort of like an architect of like an is f j which you'll see sometimes listed as the protector type and I think she's a good one because she's very traditional. She has a lot of like religiously held beliefs but I think like one of her identity identifying personality is like she is so kind and warm and empathetic. Rat Lindsey. Point. On the jury where they loved her, she did she made it like. People to vote against Russell. And I think we actually have a lot of other winning women who are in this category and to be honest there are a lot of the women that I think. We tend to like rank a little bit lower in the winner's rankings of survivor. Interesting. Got Natalie White. Danny boat right okay. Okay. All right. So they are as sixteen personalities. Dot Com calls them very dedicated warm protectors always ready to defend their loved ones. Yeah. They're like sensitive to the needs of others. Are Sort of going to like. They like routine and tradition, which is sort of like s J combination but also like connectors and care about the people that are around them probably better at connecting one on one than they are in larger groups to which I think Natalie really exemplified that as well. She was like really able to connect with people in a more like one on one level. Do you think it's important for a survivor players? We speak if they ever made another survivor season. If someone was going to go out on survivor if they knew I'm in I S A F J this is how I should be playing the game. This is what I need to do. I. Guess It depends what you value. I mean, if you're an is F J, woman you we are like really clear examples. I think women who have won that way. Now I don't think they make the best TV. And I think like don't tell them in casting if you're an F J. Yeah Yeah I think so I mean I think it's a really valid way to win I think if those are the tools that you have as a person, you should follow that strategy and you should take that strategy to the end and cash that big check But I don't think they make who we as survivor analysts would consider really great winners or really fun television but isn't it more important to know who you are and? What your skill sets are of like okay. Well, I'm this type of personality so I shouldn't go out there and try to be the leader of the tribe on day one. I think so because I do think you have some people on the show like Lisa Wetzel. was clearly an F. type right she made her decisions based on feelings but she was trying to be a t that was something she was like working towards and you saw a lot of internal conflict with her throughout the show and I think that like maybe if people could try to make peace with who they are and try to find their path using, like you said, their skill sets that might be a little more beneficial than like living in like the terror that Lisa did for that whole season. Okay. All right anything else on. F J. Now they're really nice. They're Nice. Okay. Should fight find. J. and be friends with them. Yeah. Good friends Okay. So, what's our nick? Our next step is I N I N F J I. N F J, so we're looking at introverted. Intuition. Feeling, judging. Yep Okay and this is one of my favorite types. And it's one of my favorite types because I think this is such a cool archetype of person. This is that old soul who is going to know you better than you know yourself and teach you something about yourself. They tend to be really introspective and creative and very nurturing, and they have a lot of personal integrity and a great ability to connect with others and understands people's essence. So think like. Chips no this isn't me at all. Thank you. That's really flattering. This is like atticus finch or Yoda or remus Lupin ream. Ramos Lou van definitely. Not Read. So a wise teacher. Yes. Yes. Exactly. A wise teacher. It often goes by the term counselor is what you may see it listed as sometimes. I think a great example of this one is going to be Kim Spradlin. Kim Spradlin well. Yeah. I, think denise is probably a good example I. Think Aubrey Bronco is probably another good example but Kim Spradlin I, mean this woman got cat to sleep with her picture under her pillow for the rest of her life like Kim taught cat so much about herself and the way that she just connected to others and made people understand where she was coming from. She had such an easy time convincing people of thinking the same way that she did and just connecting with people on a really genuine level. I. Think it made her an incredibly likeable player and one of our best winners of all time. Okay. Can you talk about I wouldn't think that the J. Part would be there in this type of character. Oh interesting. Why do you say that the judging? Isn't that a lot of sort of like. A person who is a judger is somebody who might just sort of like make. Like. SORTA. Than like knee jerk reactions to things whereas. The perceiver might be more of a nurturer. Not necessarily. So judging in this case doesn't necessarily mean somebody who is judgmental judging means of how you like to organize your life do you like details and order and I think that these types of characters were thinking about like are very orderly. Atticus finch or Dumbledore these are people who keep the ship and moving and they do it in a very benevolent way. But ultimately, these are very like organized souls who who move forward. Okay. All right. So I N F J. that's that's our Kim. SPRADLIN. Kim Spradlin goal on sixteen as quiet and mystical yet? Very inspiring. Entirely idealists tell me that's not Kim Spradlin. Quiet and mystical. She has three kids I. Don't know how she was able to do it all. And now she flips homes and everything she's mystical. Mystical Kim all right. What's, next. So next as the I N? T J okay. I N T, J this is our introverted. Intuition. thinking, judging. So this sometimes, you'll hear this referred to as the mastermind or in my colloquial terms like evil genius. These yet. These are people who are objective and thorough and they solving problems and they're eager to like improve a system and generally think of like you're really smart and rational brilliant friend and they might be an I. N. T. J.. So think some examples of this pop culture are like Peter Bailey is really good. I, N T J from game of thrones little finger yet several snake Wednesday addams I would say is an I. N. T. J.. And in Survivor, Lore well, rob do you have any guesses based on that description? Is there anyone you can think of that might be an I and Tj Tony Oh interesting. I wouldn't put Tony Their Russell Tony. Russell hands yes now. On Swan could be an I and I think restless one might be an E. N. T. J. I. Think Russell Swan is little more extroverted than shirted interesting..
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"Yeah I guess that means how far you are in is. So if it's turbulent, that probably means you tend towards the middle of it like your dichotomies for fall more in the middle of the scale, and if you are more assertive that means you're dichotomies tend to fall more towards the end, which means you tend to be more of like the stereotype of that type. Yeah. I was more turbulent on the. I 's TJ. You towards the middle of a lot of things. Okay. Boy Can't believe Matthew and I didn't just be sympathetic. Oh, the whole time that we have the same Myers Briggs certification or type we don't have. Made. You butthead Xabi maybe I'm stj this season. Okay. All right. So we're GONNA go necks. Let's go right over to is FJ's now. Okay I S F J. Just by the way, if anybody scoring at home I was introverted seventy-six. Observant. fifty-eight. Thinking seventy four. Judging seventy two. Yes. And in the sixteen personalities quiz, they're using the word observant instead of sensing. Okay. All right. Does that Bracelet I got? Yes. Okay. And says that mice strategy is constant improvement. As well that sounds good. Yeah, that's a good one tucker. They probably make. Good for they don't want anybody to feel bad when with what they get. Definitely not they're not gonNA lead with what's like terrible about your type. That would be awful. No one would go to their website to really make it seem. They're all great. Quickly step away from talking about the Myers. Briggs Types of survivor to thank our sponsor and we'll get back to Lindsey in jest a moment but our sponsor for this episode of the podcast those our friends over at beach body on demand now look. TJ's like me. We're looking for constant improvement and one of the great ways to get.
"briggs" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Candice Cody is she's a really structured reality type person I mean she's a doctor. So she somebody who is steady and stable and relies on facts and order and I think she plays the survivor game that wha- that way as well. Matt is similar Matt gives me so many Dwight shirt vibes now you lived with him so you can probably talk more about this. Do you feel like mad as Dwight shoot type characters? I don't. Necessarily say dry troop because I think that. Part. Of It. I don't know if it really came across on TV sometimes he would be so like. Out there in terms of what he was talking about where. That he would discuss things that were just like. I Don I feel like maybe. He would be like a little bit more like maybe because he was so much in his head that he wasn't really on the same page as everybody else. That's interesting. So maybe he is more of an n than an s if he is like living in that really cognitive in his own head type of world. Yeah. Yeah. So then maybe candice cody is our good example of that. Just a little bit of like a human calculator. Type player I think candidates cody had a little bit of trouble making some of those meaningful relationships in the game. And having that like softer edge to her and I do think that's something that stj type struggle within survivor in general. Okay. Now, Lindsey I don't know if this is going to come as a shock to you but I didn't know where the order that you were GonNa Start. But when I took the quiz last night, this is what it came up with for me. And how do you feel about it? Not. A human calculator ned stark because I don't feel like. ME. I can I give you my analysis of you and Myers Briggs yes. Okay. So I think the character that we see. Rochester new know as in survivor the Amazon is very different than the podcast dot says turning us, right? Now, there is a very specific type that I think you are, and I'll bring it up when we get to it but I think that you played as a very certain type in and survivor the Amazon 'cause you were playing a game that required you to be social strategic to be adaptable and I think a lot of ways you sort of creatively invented new ways to play this game. So early in survivor history now you as a real human being you are on a podcast, you're running your podcast empire, you're creating entertainment, and this is your business. So the way that you Orient Yourself I think is very different than a were what twenty five, the first time usually. Your twenty four. and. Now you're older and you're also running a business in a very different way. So I believe you as an S. T. J. when it comes to being a person who runs a podcast and has to be very present and organized and connect in these one on one settings with Jimmy tends towards introverts. Okay. Can I ask you in terms of like when using me of the example that do does a person change? Are you one Brig Myers Briggs, type at twenty, and you could be a different Myers Briggs type at forty. South. That's a good question. Myers Briggs itself tells you know that you are born with this inside your soul and your at forever Lindsey Rescue says, yes I think that it all of these things are very much influenced by like factors such as your identities, your age, your nature, your nurture, and your life experience. So I think these things can change and people flex how How they're acting different moments in their lives and I also think you as a TV character doesn't necessarily mean that's who you are at your core. It's like who you were when you were playing a game. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. I. Was Reading through the what the sixteen personalities calls the largest Titian. It didn't sound too bad but. Yeah, I feel like I. Don't know. Do you feel like that? I, did wrong. Put too hard. I feel like maybe it was a bad mood right to the quiz. No, tell me what in the the analysis stuck out to you that you feel like is really relatable. I'd have to go through it but I feel like that. There were definitely. Some points from the assessment. They talk about like very practical. jack-of-all-trades. Sometimes judging. It could see that I see that. Responsible. you know. I do take very seriously like my my job. That's the ned stark part of it. So. Does Ned Stark? Make you feel like that's something you can relate to more than. Net Stark was big Tony. He just really was kind of a martyr. Order Yeah, and I I have a lot of chaos and disorder around the also. True. But do you try to organize that chaos sometimes depending on how many cups of coffee I had a day? Right and I think that's like a a tendency in nature. You want to put that into a Shropshire because chaos doesn't feel natural to you. So you WanNa like make it away. That is comprehensible to you. So let me ask you one other thing about these sixteen personalities so that there's sixteen personalities, but then there is like an A. N. A. T. at the end is that important for what we're talking about because that I also got a additional character at the end of my Ford a character Myers Briggs type. Now I would say that's not super relevant to what we're talking about. Okay. All right. So all right. So we won't. We won't worry about that because the sixteen personalities made it sound like that's very that's a very big deal. Whether you were this. Turbulent or..
"briggs" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Where you get your energy from. So if you spend an hour at a party, does that make you feel really pumped up and recharged? Because if it does, you're probably an extrovert if you spend an hour at a party with fifty people and you come home and you're like, I got to recharge my batteries is that was draining then you might be an insurer. So again we are all have days and moments where we are more extroverted and introverted nobody is all one thing. It's a sliding scale and it all is in shades of gray, but generally, you have something that you naturally prefer. So. That's the first pair is introvert versus extrovert E or I. Now, the second pair is Essa versus N do not anything about this one rob. Give me the first one I tell you with the other one is. As sensing. Sensing. s was the one I knew. Okay. So S.'s sensing an end stands for intuition in this now end can't be intuition can't be an I because we've already used I got. Sensing versus intuition, and basically what this looks at is, how do you like to take in information? So people who prefer the sensing type In literal information using their five senses. So what does it look like? What is it saying? What is it tastes like very factual and reality based folks who are in tend to take in their information. In more of concepts and figuratively and thinking about the big pictures and sometimes those nuance to details might be a little lost on. Okay Now I think the best. That's the most confusing one. The best example I can give of that is at one point last year for Mother's Day I went to a mansion with my mom we walk through this big house and we came out at the end of it and I said, mom, what was your favorite room and she said, I loved the room with the white tables and the blue couches and the big shiny chandelier that was all pink and she said what was your favorite room? And I. said I loved that room that looked like it was on the rocky coast of Rhode Island and you can sit and you could start your novel there and we realized we were actually talking about the exact same room. But the way that we took in that information is she remembered the colors and the facts and the furniture and I remembered the story that the room told and how it made me feel and that's because my mom's a really strong s and I'm a strong N. So. That's with that dichotomy means. Now Now the third dichotomy is pretty easy one how do you make your decisions and this one is either thinking or feeling so this you'll see as t or F do you make your decisions with your head or do you make your decisions with your heart and I? Think this is a really big one in survivor and things is probably the Dichotomy and survivor the players battle with the most do I want to make people feel good. Do I WANNA make decisions based on empathy and how it's going to impact others and relationships or do I wanna do the really nuanced logical thing in this moment and. The last dichotomy is judging versus perceiving. So this is Jay versus Pete and what it means is, how do you prefer to Orient your and Organiz your life. Now folks who are Jays are really Taipei. So this is really organized people. They liked roles day like structure they like sticking to it. And on the P side, the perceiving people tend to like flexibility and adaptability and are more comfortable with change and can sometimes feel very restricted by too much structure. So that is the general outline and you will be assigned one of those. Two dichotomies from each one to give you a four letter term that will be your Myers Briggs type. Okay. What if you're not too far like one, fifty, one, forty, nine on any one of these things does that screw up sort of like Oh what it spits out? Now, I mean like everybody is that way Every. Nobody is one hundred percent of anything for the most part. So we are all shades of gray, which is you know some of this feels a little buzzfeed. Like a buzzfeed quiz, it's not an exact science. But what Myers Briggs says is that we all have like a natural preference that we tend towards. But for folks who fall in the middle which I think as I was trying to tie you out rob I, do think you fall in the middle for a lot of these things and which does make you harder to type and it doesn't make you a good stereotype. Yes I think the people who fall into those stereotypical roles are people who slot really far towards the sides of the dichotomy I think that's what's GonNa be fun to use these survivor examples to really define each of these sixteen people because I'm sure out of the almost six hundred survivors, we could really nail some of these Myers Briggs types. Yeah. I. Think. So okay. All right. So are you ready to talk about the first type? Asa Ready Okay, where do you start? I guess let's start with are more introverted players. Let's start with our eye types I. think we can start with IAS. TJ Here I S. T. J.. So we're going with our introverts syncing thinking judging. That's correct and now so I 's TJ types they are put in a a very stereotypical term. These are some of like your human calculator type people they're responsible they're organize they don't really like chaos they want to organize the chaos they like rules. They are rule abiding think Dwight shoot ned stark think jet air from the good place, and that is the type of I 's TJ person they work hard. They make sacrifices to keep the running really smoothly and now for our I 's TJ type I'm GONNA say. To the people that I think really exemplify that survivor. Candice Cody. And Matt von Erta okay. All right. I'll take. All right. So all right. So I wouldn't necessarily compare those two together. 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"briggs" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Hey, what's GonNa? I'm Rob Sister Nino and I'm very excited about this special episode of the podcast because we're back talking about survivor and we're talking about a subject matter that I have long wanted to know more about, and that is Myers Briggs types and we're going to be learning about the sixteen Myers Briggs types and these survivor who best represents each of the sixteen types learning a little. Bit, more about Myers Briggs types along the way, and we are very lucky to have here with us a certified Myers Briggs practitioner she's been on the podcast before once time she helped us learn about J. T. Thomas and some some blame her for his performance in survivor game changers but she's back and we're here to talk about Myers Briggs please welcome avid musician Lindsey Rescue Lindsey how are you? I'm doing good. Just the JT saboteur over here jess. Okay. Now you have nothing to do with you Stephen, Fishbach has forgiven you for how jt did way back in survivor game changers, and here we are and I was so happy when we were talking as part of the class of twenty twenty interviews and I saw on your resume that you had this Myers Briggs certified practitioner and I said I had would have long. Wanted to podcast talking about how that relates to survivor because I've taken the quiz and I get a bunch of letters and then I don't know what to do with it from there. But I thought that it would be really fun to go through all the different types and talk about which survivor really is the representation of each of these types in that. Help US really understand Oh okay I know who this person is. This. person is a Dan. Lou. This person. Is a genus crews. Maybe. Maybe. Okay. With A. Survivors I. could up with. Okay. All right. So Lindsay I'm very excited about all of this. Tell us a little bit about yourself and how you got into being interested in Myers Briggs types? So, actually work in higher education. I, do a lot around student leaderships and student clubs and training on my job actually sent me off to Myers Briggs bootcamp, which is a little dagger society that you go to for a week and they lock you in a room and you learn all about Myers Briggs for a full week and you type each other all the time and you drink the Kool aid and then you come out and you can do this to other people and learn and teach them about what types they are. Okay. Can it's sort of a way to get the vernacular down? Yeah and people who have no idea what Myers Briggs types are can you explain? Exactly what they do for people. Yeah. So basically, it's a personality test. So it's not that fancy, it's basically the test. What it is is it's two women, Myers and Briggs, which is actually a mother daughter pairing who created s which I think is very cool. Yeah. Like the great more at eastern pairing. And they would they did is they took Personality, types created by psychologist named Carl Jung and they put it into a format that you can actually take it sort of as a quiz like a buzzfeed quiz but a little more psychology based, and then you come out of it with you are considered one of these sixteen tixx that helps you understand your personality and the personality of others. Okay. Let's get out the link for. Taking the tests because people may want to stop down and maybe the you hear this and you'll be interested at the end you WanNa take the quiz. But if you WANNA take the quiz now and then learn about your type as we go along Lindsey, sent me a link to sixteen personalities dot com very survivor Aska if we're talking about classics. -Vivor Sixteen Personalities Sixteen Myers Briggs types. I don't want that one podcast. Yeah. And how would it be on survivor? If every season they cast one of each Myers. which is not a thing. Good. Or is there probably better more conducive of? Buyers. There's probably a couple that are boring TV. I think. So I think it's it's not the best idea assing not not the ideal way to cast the show. All right. Linda this quiz sixteen personalities don't take about seven eight minutes to go through. It have not revealed the results of what personality Type Im Linzie as we go along. We go through them she can guess which one I am, and then when we get to the one that I am then I will. Reveal which one I am, and I've taken this test before I actually like this one from the sixteen personalities dot com because I just didn't get like back like a bunch of letters like I don't know what to do with this I am whatever like. There's Sure you could explain the letters. Okay. Great. I'm this these these four letters I don't know what that means now. Yes. So the also the sixteen personalities DOT COM one isn't a little bit of a bootleg version. It's not the official version, but you don't need to go paying money to take an official version take this online one because I think it gives helpful information at summaries after and it's the same stuff, Lindsey? How is this type of information practically applied in people's lives and in Business But I think it's used a lot in business maybe more than it should be do. I do sometimes things Myers Briggs is a little fluffy right. It's like typing us into these sixteen different boxes when they're seven billion people in the world we're all really nuanced humans. It's not so simplistic but I think it's like a fun way to try to analyze and understand each other and I think where it can be used in business or in work life is understanding not only your own type but the types of others so you can. Understand the best ways to communicate with somebody and that can be used in. If you know, you WanNa get what you want from someone that's how people use it survivor all the time right is like you know the type of person that you're talking to and you WANNA ultimately meet your goal of having them. You want you need to understand how they work as a person an order to do that I. Think it's the same in business to. Once upon a time when I used to do the love, not Lindsey that we talked it out Myers Briggs types in dating with the great survivor winner. At War, Sophie Clarke I is that a common use of Myers Briggs types also Oh, my God. Yeah that's read. It's favorite thing about Myers Briggs is like this type and my boyfriend is this type. Here's how we interact. Let's chat about it but yeah, definitely I think people use that I know some countries actually when Myers Briggs I came out actually use that as a way to try to like set people up this is probably in the days more online dating was a huge thing but yeah, to help you find your perfect match so. If you're already married. Then is there even a point for me to have the First Lady of podcasting? Test. Like what if it says this is not a match. What do I do that? No no you absolutely should because it can make you be a better husband to her I. Think. Okay. I'm sure she would always appreciate. All right. Well, let me go ahead and hover work on that later on. So do you WanNa start with a personality types or with one particular type or do you have anything else you want to do to set the table? I think we have to explain a little bit about what the letters mean. Yes. Okay. Tell me about the weather's. A. Yeah. So when you get a Myers Briggs type back so when you take this sixteen personalities, dot com quiz, you're GONNA get four letters back, which initially is going to sound like gibberish. So you're going to get ISF J. or E S P. So I'm going to explain quickly what each of those things mean to try to make sense of them. So basically like we said, there are sixteen different types that you can fall into, and the way that that is done is there's four different sets of parents so we call them dichotomies but You can either be e or an eye. So that's actually what the first pair is is either you will test that you prefer extroversion introversion I. Think this is a good place to start because we're all probably familiar with the words extrovert introvert. Yeah. And so the way that we use them in our normal vernacular is usually we say extroverts are people who are super gregarious, really outgoing and introverts are people who are a little more reserved. Well, it Myers Briggs means something a little more nuanced. Introversion versus extroversion means.
Coronavirus in Melbourne: Victoria's case number rollercoaster
"I'm going to start by talking about numbers in. Victoria again. But before you run away because we talk about this, every day I just want to talk about how much of a roller coaster it as we went from the three hundreds to the seven hundreds in die again, how do we make sense of the kind of fluctuations it was saying out of Eke? Well, there's one explanation for part of them, which is that you might get a run of a batch of tests that come through in one hit. which were a backlog served? Let's say it takes up to three days to get the results. You may just have a backlog. But it's hard to imagine that you've gone to a backlog of something four hundred or so from yesterday, it's. Thirty, it's more like seven hundred, absolutely new cases you. have been reclassified. So you can get a surge like that. But this is you know it's almost double. In fact, it's more than double what it was yesterday. So it's hard to explain by suddenly several batches of tests coming through, but that's always possible. What you should look at the rolling average. So each day you update the rolling average for seven or fourteen days, and when you look at the graph of that, it's going up. So it's not. It's not stabilized yet. It's still going up. At, least according to the evidence that we've got and I think one of the problems Victoria is that it looks transparent, but it's not. The issue here is, do they really know what's going on and I'm not? I'm not alleging incompetence here is working incredibly hard not getting a lot of sleep. People are doing their best. You'll critcism doesn't help, but the issue is that there according to Casey Briggs who is the font of knowledge when you? Analyzing numbers. Are over three thousand, least yesterday, the war's over three thousand. Cases still under investigation. So how do you say with any degree of confidence? What's happening when three thousand cases are under investigation and again according to Casey, some of those of been over a fortnight long and remember what you see today is what happened five or ten days ago in Victoria, it's not what happened yesterday in Victoria. It's these people have been infected and found because of stuff that happened some time ago, and there's this constant delay in the system. System. And what you hope was that the lockdown that occurred the isolation of the suburbs, the lockdown occurred masks would start to see a significant bend of the curve. It hasn't happened, yet it will. It will happen. But when will it happen and if you're in Victoria it becomes very dispiriting as you're just hanging out and hoping that the lockdown only last six weeks, and here we are three weeks passed on Wednesday Friday and the numbers keep on going up. And again, if you look at the numbers, the majority are not this time in aged care according to what I understand from the figures. Yesterday, we can only say that one hundred of seven, hundred km from each care, six, hundred didn't. So what's going on here and you've got all the investigation presumably, you don't know where they came from. The at risk of losing its handle on the outbreak, well, you're not seeing seven thousand, but you are seeing seven hundred. And you are seeing this roller coaster where it goes down then goes up, but the rolling average keeps on going up, and if it keeps on going played this, they haven't got a a strong handle on. They've got a bit of a handle on it because it's not exponential growth, which is what it would be. If you had no hand. Lona at all, but it is slow and steady growth, it's not. In the say, well, Luke Kuechly effective reproduction numbers coming down to one or below one. Is it. Do they really know that if they've got so many under investigation, it's hard to know how they're generating their numbers because it's not absolutely transparent. We have to trust that they're doing that. And I. Think there's a bit of what I call viral volume going on, which is don't you worry about it? We're. We're. We've got this under control comes from the Komo through age care. Well, how do you have so many age care homes affected if there isn't a fundamental problem with each care and how it's run at least in the private sector in Australia? No matter where you are in Australia listening to Corona cast, you've got the same problem with. With private care in your state, this is not a Victorian problem. This is a national problem, the responsibility of the Commonwealth government, not you're not the individual state government. We've got an H. K. Royal Commission going on at the moment for other problems, each care, this is a sector that's under stress and we haven't proactively parachuted into age care. The sorts of support that they need to prevent an outbreak in each care, you go problem inside the moment for. Complete nightmare and guarantee it.
July 2020 Book News
"Back to books and Boba Club in pocket, which impose Asian and Asian American Authors Marinas Marina. And I'm re-re. You and we are here today our mid month episode toward the month of. July July. Twenty twenty. How're you doing? Good I can't believe that we're ready like halfway into July. Honestly if each like just started no right. Also, I realized that because Marvin and I used to record in studio. I used to see Marvin by twice a month in person, but we haven't. We haven't seen each other in like. Ever since March I don't think we've seen each other. It's been. It's been a while I think the last time we saw each other was when we were recording. What was our? Was? Our February book even. Was! It not south no map assault stars. was after I. Think it was May. who was such a long time, we? Can just look it up right now. I'm looking at right now. Because the Internet exists, I don't WanNa be one of those people who don't know how Gorka. Let's see now that there's like this website where you put in a Google Inc and then you send you send it to someone who asks you a question right like they could totally yes. Let let me Google there for you. Yeah, yeah, I back. When I was in Grad School, I was send to. My classmates would ask me dumb questions. They can just google themselves. sat quite a lot. In College as well our February Book Club pick was the kiss quotient. God so the one recorded with your friend Kaitlyn. That was our last the last time we saw each other. That's wow. Yeah. I feel like These past few months has reinforced idea that. I'm. Pretty Okay with staying at home all the time, which is something I didn't really know about myself or didn't remember about myself. What's your? What's your Myer Briggs by the way? I know it's I. I know it's complete bullshit, but. It does give me a good handle on whether someone is a really extroverted or introverted, and so my with the Myers Briggs is like so if I take the test I usually test at an NF, which is like the Uber. But because of the people I work with I'm often forced to take the set characteristics. So people are often surprised that I am at NFP because I was surprised, too. Because you know like your co host used to be Mindy. The. She does now she now does first of all which is. which is one of the PODCASTS Einar podcast collective and Like she's she's definitely like more extroverted. She's an actress, so yeah I was pretty surprised once I started co hosting with you. I thought it was just going to be to interest talking about books. That totally was not the case. The thing with like introvert extrovert is it's not really. Outgoing. This isn't the it's a trait of extroverts, but it's not. It's more of a symptom than like a core thing, right extroverts just means I. IF I'm out with people are like I can stay up all night. socializing gives me energy instead of expending energy I. Mean I think that's the core difference so? but but what I found is I do gain energy from socializing even online with people so I don't need face to face to be energized and the complete opposite for for. I mean like my Myers Briggs is on twitter, so a lot of people probably know already, but I am I've tested as I N T J. and. socializing is definitely not my strong point. Every time I do go out to Asian American like shindigs. People are always surprised that I'm there. 'cause tonight, because I, really I. Really don't go out. I'm pretty much a unicorn if you see me out in about. So I definitely adapted to the whole self isolation thing. Better than others I mean it helps. There's a lot of media to enjoy at home so I've been seeing a lot Final fantasy like the past. The past three weeks. Grace I recently I talked about this on some of the other pockets that I'm on I binged content this past week, so I washed the old guard, and that I watched all three seasons of dark, I watched the first season of umbrella academy I watched both current seasons of food wars, the the horny food anime, and then I went online and read the rest of the Manga series, so it's been Dan Marvin. I have unhealthy binge habits, which is why I try not to binge as much as possible because. Once I start something I will finish it. It's like it's not even it's not even a of a question. And then I'll spend the next ten hours reading pieces and analysis, so which is why like when you were watching killing eve as it was airing. It definitely curbed that addiction. I know but I've phone behind killing eve so now I have a whole season to binge later, so it's so good Marin about that So good. Yeah, I mean. It's the same with books to write I typically read books in like s few sittings as possible because. A because I have zero self-control, and if you give me the chance to just stay up all night and read something and free or something. I will take that chance
Los Angeles County Fire Crew Battling Soledad Fire, Which Officials Says Has Potential To Spread To 1,500 Acres
"Burning burning between between Santa Santa Clarita Clarita and Palmdale has scorched at least 400 acres Ko Phi Steve Gregory has let us live from the scene. And Michael the L. A County fire officials say it has the potential to explode the 1500 acres the only county Sheriff department says a mandatory evacuation is in place for residents from Agua Dulce de Rig Canyon Road to Briggs and Soledad Canyon Road to 14 Freeway. Red Cross is set up in evacuation center. The victory outreach parking lot in Palmdale. The North bound fourteen's closed at Soledad Canyon Road in the South bound fourteen's closed in Agua Dulce de Road and Cruz and bulldozers are cutting in containment line with water dropping helicopters attacking from the air Live in Santa Clarita, Steve Gregory King If I news,
Mississippi lawmakers vote to remove Confederate emblem on state flag
"It's official Mississippi lawmakers have voted to remove a Confederate battle emblem from their state flag is the last state flag that included that Confederate symbol Mississippi state senator Briggs Hopson says this is what the people want to know what that flag represents for a lot of people in this state and around the world they've told me personally they told me about the paying for this flag that this flag represents and a lot of people and not if it's not paying even sometimes I've got people tell me if my flag cost us jobs in Mississippi the commission will design a new flag that can not include the Confederate symbol and must have the words in god we trust residents will vote on the new design in the November election
Djokovic Has Coronavirus
"We'll fake. He said we might be back with an emergency podcast just amid twenty four hours after according to last one and back, we are because there have been developments in. The covid nineteen crisis that's been developing on the Adra tool. For probably over the course of the past two weeks, but is only presented itself to us over the past few days. We've obviously been following an extremely closely. We're expecting a statement from the world number one and one of the organizers of the Adra Tool. Novak Djokovic today and we have had the statement. In fact, we've had to statements from the world number one. Read you the first one just now. It starts off by confirming that Djokovic has indeed tested positive for Covid nineteen immediately upon his arrival in Belgrade he was tested along with members of his family and his team He wasn't showing any symptoms, and he says that his result is positive as his wife Yelena. Both tested negative. He goes onto. Say Everything we did. In the past month we did with a pure heart and sincere intentions. All Tournament meant to unite and share message of solidarity and compassion throughout the region. The tool has been designed to help both established and up and coming tennis players from Southeastern Europe to gain access to some competitive tennis while the various tools are on hold due to the covid nineteen situation. It was all born with philanthropic idea to direct all raised funds towards people in need, and it warmed my heart to see how everybody strongly responded to this. We organized the tournament at the moment. The crisis has weakened believing that the conditions for hosting the tool had been met. Unfortunately, this virus is still present, and it is a new reality that we are still learning to cope and live with i. am hoping things will ease with time, so we can resume lives the way they were. I am extremely sorry for each individual case of infection. I hope that it will not complicate anyone's health situation, and that everyone will be fine. I will remain in self-isolation for the next fourteen days and repeat the test. In five days now, already going to be a busy day today for we'll certainly for the British tennis media because it was the first day of. If Jamie Murray event the battle of the Brits. But obviously with this huge kind of. Story transcending the sport developing It's an even busier day. So what does I'm? Briggs want to nine PM. He wants a message David Law, saying Don't close your laptop to seen Simon. Join a common. The tennis podcast Hello Simon. We, can he Simon? As a slightly weary voice, but we're. We're very glad to have the house he day been. Well, actually I. Play tennis this morning Mitch was. Day because in. About, one o'clock PM. statement dropped in just actually almost as the first big hit in. What you might describe elite tennis in the UK in Twenty twenty. Almost simultaneously as Jamie Murray went on colts. Who Doubles match? The statement jobs and the news course navy tested positive. I. Mean The I think if you're talking about the address. It wasn't as big a deal today. The positive tests were concerning But the how many do we hereby stay ahead? Five hadn't made by the end of the end of the day and I will on Sunday night. so today it felt like a continuation rather than being quite the bombshell yesterday when. Magi my busiest every day on twitter. What were your initial reactions were? It's joke Richard subsequently released a second statement on instagram tonight, which we will come onto. But what were your reactions when that first statement came out and how? Much, did it. Differ or not from from what you were expecting from him, not in terms of necessarily the results of the test, but As somebody responsible for that tour in that tournament, his sort of degree if the responsibility is prepared to take etc.. Yeah well I mean. There was a sort of Was a source of slight cheesed-off tone to it wasn't at the. He was sort of disappointed that we hadn't seen his pure intentions. For what they were a? and. Almost implication that that should have been enough to satisfy. On, lookers than indeed know the mysterious workings of the virus, and it was a bit of a mystery that has not recognized his pure intentions for the. Positives that they were. So, he kind of sounded a little bit. Petulant in the first statement, and then by the time the second one came out, he was a lot more. Apologetic fellow somebody might have had it worse.
Kids Know How To Occupy Themselves. We Need To Let Them Do It
"One of our own NPR colleagues Mike Lean decline. was actually feeling this stress big time she's been working quarantined with her husband and her daughter Rosie. WHO has four? She is like a firecracker, right? She is strong willed. Through life with this intensity, which is fantastic, she learns really fast, and she's fearless, but you know it's like when she wants something. There is like no giving in, and it was these constant demand demands to draw neurology. Video, Mama, make a Sandwich Mama set up. My Zoom Circle Time Mama you know all those little interruptions that completely obliterate your concentration I would lock the door. I slid down the back of it and I just cried I. was like what am I going to do like I have this book deadline in July and it was just really like this is. This is not going to be good for any of us. Like things are going to deteriorate really quickly in this House Mike Lee and actually wrote about this moment in a new. York Times. OP, ed recently, and it's related to the. The book that she's working on, so it's called. Hunt gathered parent, and it's coming out in March twenty twenty one, and it's all about what American parents can learn from other cultures including traditional cultures, because the pressure to keep kids constantly entertained well. Mike, Ian says that's really specific to American parents and culture. There is huge amount of pressure like I have been fighting it and I still feel it. You know I still wake up in the morning I'm like. What are we GONNA do today. What are we going to do this morning, right? You're like per child entertainer part event planner. I mean it is like we're planners. If you think about it, right, it is late. They are little tech CEO's that have like a day planned for them, and we are there to usher them in, and not only just usher them, but make sure they enjoy it or something out of it or like. There's feedback afterwards, right? There's a cruise director like there's hustler service aspect to it. It's having a good time. Did you find your except my kids are those trolls on Yelp that always give the two stars, the One star now, not good enough, not good enough. Maybe they're trying to tell you something so in this episode of Life Kit. It's all about turning kids from customers. You have to please into good coworkers Mike. Leeann is gonNA share what she's learned from her reporting on other cultures to help our kids learn to entertain themselves. Michelina Club says that she got this idea from her reporting that she could sort of retrain her daughter. Yes, she was thinking about a scene. She had read about in an anthropology book by Jean Briggs who studied the inuit in the Arctic in the sixties, the anyway still lived in pneumatic lifestyle, and in the winter they build Igloos to stay warm, and the mother had two young children I think that the time they were about three and six. Six, so this is a part of the world. That's one of the coldest parts of the world in so there were many days where like the little girls couldn't go outside there. They had nothing to do right. There were no videos legos, no children's books and there's these scenes in the book where the children literally spend like an hour or two in the morning under a blanket playing without bothering anyone yet. That sounds like a real dream culture. I cannot wait to get to that point and so looking at these cultures to do this. You see striking similarity, and that is that they do not feel the need to constantly entertain, educate or stimulate. However, you want to think about it children. It's a very different approach to the way they treat a child's time. And I. Think because they don't demand the child's attention. You do this now now. You're doing this now. You're doing this I. Think in return. The child stops demanding the parents attention, and so that's what I really wanted to test out to walk us through. What did you do? I stopped trying to demand Rosie's attention. Right I stopped trying to say now. It's nine o'clock. You're going to watch this video or we're gonNA. Read a book right? I stopped being the event manager for her. And I started doing the things. I needed to do and expect her to come along with me. And welcomed her right so another thing that like these other cultures do that? We tend not to do is welcomed the children into our worlds right? There's a very separate world child world. And I think in order for this to work. You have to welcome them into your world, so hey, we're cooking now. Come over here and you know probably stir these eggs or now we're cleaning. Help back you. It's not forced. It's not like you have to do it, but I'm not gonNA. Draw you a Narwhal right now. I'm cleaning and they do this with all of their work. It's not just cleaning and domestic chores, but also you know their businesses. The children are there. The children are welcome into the world of and so so I started doing that, too. I said well. You know what I need to write. I need to write like four hours a day. And Yeah me. Sitting on a computer writing is not very interesting, but neither is like sewing and an Igloo and so I said okay. I'm going to write I. Need Quiet. And you are welcome to sit here with me the first time we did it, I started small like thirty minutes, and if she really was upset at the beginning, I would stop I'm not trying to like force anything and make a lot of chaos in their house. It's really the opposite like if she was really like in the beginning, if she was really escalating with you and getting really upset, you would would give her some time. Yeah like I. I would really try to ignore her. Because I was really teaching her like this is quiet time and it's not time for me to give you attention. But? But if it got really bad and then I'd be like okay. Let's go outside. Let's take a break you know. But you guys the first time I did it. She was kind of stunned. She actually said to me. I can do anything I want as like. Yeah, you can do anything you want as long as you don't damage the house. Like you know she just couldn't believe it, so started sma- and after about a week we had worked up to lake. Hour hour and a half chunks in by like two weeks. She wants to do it even she'll be like. Are you going to write a? Show. Ask Me and so you built up to it and her main thing that she does. Being is what she will sit here in color with me for an hour or so, and then she kind of runs around the house in desert. Thing she can go outside she cooks quote unquote, which means like mixing different things in the kitchen and she makes them S. There's no doubt there's a message. To be honest, she latched onto it quicker and better than I thought it was going to be I mean. It is one child in one house, but it's backed up by all these other families right that I that we've seen in these cultures
French Fries: American as Apple Pie?
"As the nineteen seventeen. Us Entry into World War One whip citizens into a nationalistic fuhrer rebranded. Sauerkraut as liberty cabbage. An attempt to mute the culinary influence of the now hated Germans. This distinctly American act of combining performance jingoism with the absolute least amount of effort would repeat in their early outs as Francis. Opposition to the Iraq. War led the. Us's loudest wrong as citizens to rebrand French fries as freedom fries. But despite these temporary attempts at Euro erasure the continents influence on American cuisine is indelible and vice versa with French fries. Among the most notable examples in the sixteenth century Spanish Explorers Return from the Americas with a new ingredient the potato at first relegated as hogtied by Europeans but in time recognizes the first style kitchen staple French fries among the new dishes. That would come to exist as a result of the transcontinental tuber track though their disputed origin is credited by different sources to France Belgium or Spain brought back to the states in the seventeen. Hundreds French fries exploded in Popularity State side in the twentieth century alongside their common accompaniment. The hamburger and soon home cooks would desire way to approximate addition their kitchens without the Messi sputters of deep that frying in Nineteen Fifty. Two brothers formerly corn. Growers opened a company offering frozen French fried potatoes intended for oven. Reheating with facility. Straddling the border between Oregon and Idaho giving their company. Its name from abbreviating both states day. Sixty years later. The Briggs Brothers Brainchild is the dominant frozen fries brand in the US and the company also credits itself with the creation of variant beloved and cafeterias and Gastro pubs alike. The tater tot only time will tell which future war of opportunity will lead to originally specific foodstuff getting clumsy rename. But whatever you call them. French fries are now as American as Apple Pie. Which itself is European origin.
10 Least Likely and Weird Race Cars of All Time
"Welcome to car stuff. I'm your host Scott Benjamin and join by Kirk Garin producer. Show as well right Kurt. Or that's right. She doing double duty again today. I think we've got a topic that both of us can. We'll probably have a lot to talk about. I think There's there's ten really unusual unlikely weird strange. Whatever you WANNA call them race cars and there's been a list compiled of course lists all over the place. This is one list I should say there's been a list compiled by a A place called driving line dot com and they had an unusual like I different one from others that I've seen which I thought was intriguing so I chose that one to kind of follow along with and then I think we're going to add our own notes because there's not a whole lot of material On each page you know. It's kind of like one of those It's like a slide show almost really when you look at it online you know below. Each photo is just a little bit of information but not a lot of information. So you know when When I when I saw the list thought well I can add something to this and make it really worthwhile for our audience. And you know something that they'd be interested in listening to and and maybe even dig into on their own and learning a little bit more about each one of these cars because they are unique in there are strange and wonderful an unusual and you know all all of the you know always you can describe a race car. That probably shouldn't be out there on the racecourse. Let's maybe the best way to put her. I mean what did you just? Just real quick. And we're not going to really dig into this. Yeah I got a few more things I wanNA talk to you about before we start today's episode. But when you saw this list that I sent over to you this This these ten unusual cars. Did you have any kind of initial Reaction to it? Yeah I mean the look of a lot of the cars is is unique when I looked at it. I went with no preconceived notions though and I tried to take each one in. Look at the era in which it raced. Things began to make a lot more sense. When you look at the cars in the landscape of racing at the time could have been ahead of its time in some ways right in some ways but other cars when you look at your like. I can't imagine at that at that time seeing that car on the race track. It'll be so unusual that it would be the one that would get all the attention You know even if it wasn't the pole sitter even if it wasn't the winner of the race of course or even if nothing really spectacular happened with it just the fact that it's on the track it makes it fascinating and unique in some way so I think it's a good list and and we'll definitely get to that you know. Let's get into some of these These these least likely and weird and unusual race cars as the author of this article says isn't it is Benjamin hunting and he is from. He's a writer from A site called driving line dot com. And that's the list of we're going to follow but I'd say we're going to add a lot to this list. And as Benjamin says racing gets weird sometimes they really does get unusual and strange and We all know this. We all know that you know racers. In a particular series. Whatever series it may be are all about bending the rules and especially? We've seen this especially in NASCAR right. Yeah we've seen it so many times in Nascar is so many different colorful characters and people that Just right in your face about it too. You know like like if it's not specifically immune exactly in the rulebook like that. I'm going to do it. And then you know. The next race has changed. You know. It's yeah the rules in the rule book and now you can't do that so they have to change their tactic and and it's kind of this This cat and mouse back and forth. You know play the game type thing that they do and and as fans we love to watch this we'd love to. We love to see the characters that are that are like a smoke eunuch or you know Carroll Shelby or any of those guys that were really you know just exciting to watch a J foyt. Whoever it happens to be it's just a it creates it creates characters SORTA. I mean a larger than life characters at the racetrack and one of the things that that results from. This is unusual. Car Design or car technology or just Tactics or you know whatever happens to be but these happen to be a the whole the whole like the complete package. These are unusual cars now again. Some of them do have just unusual technology. But along with that you know forum has to follow the function right so right This this makes You know the vehicle. Look Weird in you know. Because they're trying this new technology it makes it look unusual on the track. And that's what makes it stand out and sometimes as we said you know. These are the cars to get all the attention whether or not there on the on the pole position or win the race or don't even place at all if they make one lap. Everybody's kind of doing eye in over that one car or you know laughing at. Maybe they're laughing at it. This is on the list but a modern example of some of these types of cars will be the Delta Wing. Oh yeah that was an a sports car. Race car yeah. They're racing it anymore very unusual car. So that kind of gives you an idea if you're familiar with the Delta Wing. What we're about the dive into. Yeah if you're not take a look online I mean just do a quick Google search and you you'll be able to find the Delta wing but that is a really strange design especially I mean. Look at it next to any other car on the course at the time completely unusual. They're really strange. But that's exactly what we're talking about. And as the you know the cars as Benjamin says here you know the defy convention and a lot of cases the boundaries of good taste. And I I agree. Sometimes that's the case but you know they all have Something likeable about them as well. You know there's something about rooting for the underdog or something. You know cheering for you. Know the guy that is trying something new. Hey why not There've been again a lot of people that A lot of people that enjoy doing that. And they do so behind the The wheel of misfits like number one on our list here which is the Cadillac. Lamont Stra and I hope I'm pronouncing that right but it's a French racecar and it's a nineteen forty nine car actually Which is competing in one thousand nine hundred fifty and I'll I'll describe what's going on here but you really need to take a look at this car online you need to. You need to have an image of what we're talking about here because there is some unusual bodywork going on right definitely wind tunnel tested if for the time. That's that's pretty a pretty unique. I would imagine for road race car anyway. For any car. I think at that time. I don't think I don't think they're doing a lot of Of Wind Tunnel testing back. In that time I mean I know that you know. Of course the Wright brothers had built their you know their little wind tunnel and there were there. Were you know to test? Their designs like the tabletop version. And then later a bigger version but then and I think that you know of course there were. There were some wind tunnels around there. Were and I know that manufacturers did use them and you know there's the later I think I don't know about catch here remember when the Chrysler Airflow was bill but of course manufacturers use wind tunnel testing and they do now a lot and so two race teams. Of course I think when you see car looks like this from this era. The wind tunnel is almost always to blame to blame. They've they're designing the car based on that data that they get from the test. How does it sides? Yeah Yeah. It's a very unusual looking car to me. You know what it looks like to me and I. I'm not a huge star wars fan. Believe it or not I mean and I kind of grew up in that era and I think it was the first movie I ever saw out. You know with my parents like at a theatre back in the late seventies to me the Cadillac series. Sixty one that. This is built from based on the nineteen forty nine. Not The not the streetcar. But this car this This Monster Stra looks an awful lot like the land speeder from From Star Wars. Yeah it really does. I mean it's not the same color is not that copper color anything but it does have a lot of similarity to the land speeder. Yeah and it looks like it's almost hovering above the ground. You can't really see the wheels underneath it. It's such an unusual designed very very strange. Very cool now But imagine seeing this in nineteen fifty on the racetrack in LME. Because that's where raced Briggs Cunningham was the one who took this car and again underneath? It's nineteen forty nine Cadillac series. Sixty one is a couple of cars that he actually brought. He brought a factory. Spec manual equipped series sixty one coupe and the other one was the one that they had designed in the wind tunnel. And this is the the Lamont Stra Which means of course the monster and for good reason I mean when you see I guess But the the French. I think dubbed it but this car had a Three hundred thirty one cubic inch V eight that had five carburetors. And it says it ran an eventful race burying itself in the Sand Bank at one point in requiring Cunningham to leave the driver's seat and dig it out and then despite all that he finished eleventh in the race. Now isn't that unusual? I mean now think about getting out of the car having to dig out of a Sandbank. Get it back on. The course came back in racing again for the remainder of the twenty four hours whatever wherever it is and still finishing eleven in eleventh place. That's impressive it is impressive. It's impressive car survived that kind of a lick. The I think it's a decent finish. I GUESS FOR V. You know did something like that. Usually you know we've heard of these unusual cases where a driver will be in a race in the you know they. They Call Spin and so they've had a spin out. They didn't hit a wall or anything like that and yet they win the race somehow
Oil’s Plunge in a Day Signals No End in Sight for Meltdown
"Oil prices have plunged into the mid twenty dollars a barrel range it's not good for local oil producers says Louisiana oil and gas association president Gifford Briggs he says when prices drop below forty dollars a barrel America's oil sector can't operate for long because our prices that the majority of U. S. energy producers just cannot sustain operations on Briggs said even if the code nineteen pandemic with a break in a few weeks Russia and OPEC have been over producing driving
11 Trivia Questions on Family Guy Quotes
"Got eleven questions for you on family guy quotes. I'll give you the quote you tell me which character set it on the show here. We go all right. Family guy quotes. Let's see how many of these you can get right out of eleven number one while we rolled three gutter balls on these kids Number one which character on family guy said that. Wow we rolled three gutter balls on these kids Number one question number two Brian White. Has Everything you touch turns to garbage number two Brian. Why does everything you touch turn to garbage? Which character said that quote on Family Guy Number two number three? Grab that letter opener over there. I'm going to show you why you never mail cash number three. Grab that letter opener over there. I'm going to show you why you should never mail cash number three question before. I'd even go so far as to say that a Canadian Strip club is the most magical place in the world number four. I'd even go so far is to say that a Canadian Strip club is the most magical place in the world questioner five. I'm GONNA see which lobster I think deserves to die number five. I'm GONNA see which lobster I think deserves to die number five question. Six Briggs reportedly escaped during a prison. Open House an event that will most likely be cancelled in the future number. Six Briggs reportedly escaped during a prison open house and event that will most likely be cancelled in the future number seven. I cut your name into my arms so I can always remember you. Who said that on family guy? Very creepy number seven. I cut my cut your name in my arm so I can always remember you question. I'm just saying it's no surprise. That justice isn't colorblind number eight. I'm just saying it's no surprise. That justice isn't colorblind number nine. It's GonNa rain. Who said that number nine? It's GonNa rain and number ten if I enter Connecticut. I'm entering every state that Connecticut's ever been with good luck brave travelers number ten if I enter Connecticut. I'm entering every state that connect Connecticut's ever been with good luck brave travelers and number eleven for two points said Peter Face it without blank or boring. I need to know who said that quote and whose name was the blank for two points. Who Said Peter? Face it without blank were boring. Need the person who set it and the person they're talking about and actually this one. I said at the beginning of the quiz. There's no repeats. This is one of the people that we had as an answer earlier. So keep that in. If you got all these right
UK formally leaves the European Union three years after Brexit referendum
"The great brexit is finally happening. Oh so things must have really fallen apart. Yeah right I mean years the drama that this was going to lay it to a financial collapse of England and that there would be no more trade eight in because if they left that was it they can't they can't talk to you. Want to break up with me. I'm not talking it is. It is really something that it's fucking I think it's almost four. Four years later took a long time. Took a long fucking the people vote that you wanNA fuck and leave. And then they're they're just like okay. Okay we'll think about it and they slow world and from what I understand. They did just slow roll it. They kept saying listen. If we leave it's going to be a nightmare you guys don't really want us to leave right so you don't really want us to leave. And then they put up to vote for again and then they voted for that. Jolly Roger Look Right Right. Well from what I understand. Before these last elections there was talk of another referendum which was just fucking hilarious. Because there's no like there's no justification as well we don't think you made the right vote so let's vote again. But the holing was even stronger for Briggs at four Lebron Raj under four and then after these elections they were like okay. Well it's obvious the will of the people and then there's this interesting dynamic namic that happens where it's like a lot of people I'd imagine I don't really know I don't exactly at my finger on the pulse of UK politics. It just didn't want Syrians in their country. Well that he don't need your finger on the pulse of anyway for that even even Iraqis don't want Syrians and their country but they caused a lot of problems. But but but there's something to the dynamic where let's say you were like on the fence okay about brexit. Maybe even voted to stay but you were like on the fence. Maybe didn't Info voted to stay. But you were. We weren't sure about it and then they win you know and then the politicians aren't enacting the will of the people and they're like you know what I mean like we're GonNa GonNa stay then you're kind of almost like even if you're just for democracy you're Kinda like well no. This was the will of the people. So you Kinda got a fucking leave now because because you asked us for our voting we voted and I thought the idea. was you work for us so anyway. People wanted to leave four years later. Now they're going to get to leave.
"briggs" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Briggs who is an ethnomusicologist and he is a spectacular guest we talked about Chas how it came to be what it was before it was called jazz and how it interface then at the center of relationship between African American culture and jazz and how jazz exploded in the twenties we also talked about hip hop which we started out being known as rap I did not ask him if it pop is simply wrap by another name or if it's significantly different well you can't remember everything he is he's just so good ice I saw him on TV I immediately made a note in my my process is I keep my eyes open all the time see a guess anybody I think would be good to have on I make a note in my phone I send myself an email because that's what if it turns into and then I called the producer Karen resent me and she gets on the case or send it to her email and she actually I'm so fortunate I can just say I seek I guess he somebody on TV and say Hey it would be great if we get this person she is on it is magnificent right now if he co I like I'm I'm making a definite attempt to be upbeat these days this is so much negativity and and really negativity and anxiety so share with me if you well what do you good decisions certainly did in the course your life it say well that was a good decision have you quit a job maybe you he decided to take a job got married I got divorced took a trip or did not take a trip bought a car or you didn't back by car good decision like not backing up on the highway is a good decision my father did that once no not again that was not cool that was so stupid he will leave a note that as youngsters it's true this is a time there's a fraction of the traffic there is now but still I was so lame is that your kids don't ever do this man we were going to a red Sox game and we're gonna meet our friends his his going to meet his friend and Bedford mass Mr BGO this could blow smoke rings Bob BGO anyway miss the exit backed up like a fool sorry dad I got a call out on our own I was bad news does a bad decision good decisions in my life include let me say no well they all stem from knowing myself and that I was never wanted to be stuck in a job that I hate it because I needed money so I have a minimal financial footprint hi I want to be able to leave a job if if it's horrible and not have to worry that some children will have to act and rotten teeth because I had quit you know I don't want to quit I I don't have to work at a job this so I don't feel guilty about supporting someone is it selfish now even if your comments on IT service I say so what I mean this is selfish and self care this knowing yourself and not put yourself in the process of the situation it took about quitting couple jobs as a great and other people's decisions at our I know I had a condo hi so that for a loss because I hated own anaconda it was in I bought it a long time ago in the eighties it was cheap relatively cheap but immediately I'm talking the day after the market tanked I was under water so you know what it was in a bad neighborhood I was trying to turn it over and over just was never gonna happen neighborhood still bad I sold it and you know what that was it was a bad decision find it and a good decision Sellin it even across my money as I was not I was not happy there at all you're going to tell you the story why I moved out okay and maybe on a wind for this but in a really bad neighborhood bad like I went I went to the store to get their names people chased me to get the beer hi bad like I came out of my house and some kid had a machete hidden in the sleeve bad like across the street a woman ran out of the house screaming for being chased by a dude with a knife who proceeded to stab her bad neighborhood and so there was one event that and I was always nervous I really was I built my own shutters made out of pine just kind of basically closed out the window so that we can get in then there was one incident and it what is wasn't too late at night I think it was late afternoon I am in the home and I hear on the intercom I say is the Boston police let us in I hesitated really I'm it really the Boston police I didn't say that I was just thinking what to do and then next thing I know the door blasted open we wanted to do was blasted by one of those big old door knocker downers that the police is he's a big Southend doors big noise yeah before that I heard through the floor the police intercom someone else upstairs they also did not answer the phone and then they broke down the door they came pounding up the stairs running up the stairs pound pound pound pound pound as fast as they could go and I am the door to the apartment below me was up opened up and is a screaming the floor let me see it's gonna well it turns out that there was a vacant apartment below me in some squatter had somehow gotten a ketone was living in there selling drugs I should have had a hand when there was a and are inch extension cord into the the common area and I didn't realize that's because the electricity been shut off there and they were get electricity from the common area and they were dealing drugs right in my house who is a file as a condo with four units that's pretty dangerous right who knows what kind of star more coming up and down my stairs it's a bummer but having the please last overhead door component of the stairs and blast over the door it was if it was the full on full movie thing after awhile and have to take the guy away and they left a shambles I suppose what you gonna do that's a shambles yeah that was done right then yeah no I'm just not good at fix and stuff like I had to find somebody that the door was busted big expensive south and that's going to be five hundred Bucks you know how to deal with that stuff it's not me man stop me I'm a person just because the landlord fix it so what I did was I moved out they got a tenant I moved to revere first ten it was okay second that it was not okay it was one of those people who are professional non rent payers so each month I am eating the mortgage and get zip in addition I'd be a good guy it installed why should drive for these narrator wells and they messed around with it in because water damage to the unit below some on the hook for that too yes I had insurance but I'm just not down with that sorry I'm not down maybe now would be different but that I was not I was down as I was hemorrhaging money so so that for a loss you know what good decision people say you should do it it'll be worth so much now whatever I would have been living in a I'm very unhappy place for years and years and years and I I lived in places that friends stay there I would not have been able to experience like you know what which street I live the forty three winter street in a giant industrial loft I'm finished you know is a dream come true with two people that I like very much it was a very wonderful life you know the elevator opened right on to the place two beautiful talented smart women for women folk the kind of roommates they enhance your life instead of drainage I wouldn't have that experience and I wouldn't live that plum island for three years either so even though it's kind of counter intuitive I know properties worth a lot you know what so what it was a good decision to change and that I think long and hard now before owning property again sometimes I get this fantasy and I think nope Airbnb baby I don't need to own this place I'll find my dream place in their Hampshire and I don't need to buy it it'll be an Airbnb house there that Airbnb person Hey what if I pre pay X. amount of nights we you give me a twenty percent or something like that there you go Hey it's Harold in Hanover will get the house right after this on WBZ that's one what do you say with Bradley J. WBZ news radio ten thirty this is the sound of someone gyrating on your undercooked chicken and it looks like mom might be taking it out the little don't let someone else get sick on average one in six Americans will get.
"briggs" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"All right before we get to Joe, Bob, Briggs has been a lot of talk about scimitar, my high school band. We've found a bunch of tapes and some boxes, and we talked about scimitar Nov. Me and Billy gray and rich ward and Frank fon suray from Fosse all of our high school bands, the episode was called high school of rock CJ's. First bans guys got go back and listen to a lot of fun. We played some scimitar we played sour grapes and baby cycle last week. We got a whole lot of requests for more. Scimitar is a couple more songs. I think are worthy of playing for you. This was called occupation kill death death death. Kill kill kill after PLO here for the last driving job breaks got Kevin Hoffa guitar worn rope ones. Chris Jericho on bass and Curtis Feis, Dave fellows on vocals. It's a lot of fun to check it out. Here we go occupation. Jill scimitar. Gal. Great soon. Lots of fun great chorus and perfect amount of bad notes out of tune. We never really knew how to end songs either. But it's a lot of fun and might play one more scimitar song for you and Friday. But until then we'll think about it. But here's Joe, Bob, Briggs. And the last drive in right here on talk is Jericho. So I'm here with Joe, Bob, Briggs. We just did a convention in jersey horror convention, and we're just talking. It's funny. Because this is why always press record before we start talking. And I started talking we're talking about different subjects of the podcast. They mentioned the warriors fortieth anniversary show that I did. And you said it's the most popular episode ever. Yeah. Yeah. We shouldn't waste material. That's true. I was when I was doing monster vision, we had the warriors on I didn't know is forty years since that. Yeah. But and so I don't know if you know this, but the warriors is based on the books of Xenophon, the Greek historian, and it was the three hundred Greek warriors got trapped on the per in on the Persian Gulf. You know, they went down there to fight a war, and they got trapped in. Their leader was killed. And so they had to fight their way back through these. Various armies, all the way back to Greece, you know, and took a months to do it. And so the guy who wrote the warriors he based his story on that only instead of Greek warriors, it was this gang from Coney Island. It gets trapped in the Bronx and their leader gets killed. That's about as far away as you can be from Coney Island in New York City, and then they have to fight their way back through all the competing gangs of New York City all the way back to county out. And so he took this ancient Greek story, and he turned it into a great, you know, modern film. I mean in in some ways, it's kind of goofy because you know, the the costumes and stuff that they wear goofy. But so I thought you know, since it was so geography based and since they do all their travel on the subways, you would think it's gang. Why don't they steal the car had the quick way to go back to koneohe? But instead they only travel by subway. And so what I did is. I got the subway. Map of New York in nineteen seventy nine. I guess it was whenever the movie was made. I think the movie came out in nineteen eighty maybe made instead of seventy nine seventy nine. Okay. And so we got us nineteen Seventy-nine subway map and say, okay. Here's where the warriors jumped on the six train, and they had to take the six train because they're at this park..
"briggs" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM
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"briggs" Discussed on RobinLynne
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