22 Burst results for "Bronner"

"bronner" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

Dose of Leadership

02:50 min | 2 weeks ago

"bronner" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

"It's not perfect. And I think when you were talking about the chocolate thing, I'd never even heard of that or thought of that. But I think it's more about raising the awareness so people can vote with their dollars and their choices, right? About now that I know more about fair trade, I'll start looking for it more because you've educated me today about what fair trade is. What is fair trade, right? And so I think that's a huge step is just helping people understand that these things are even happening in the world. I had no idea that that was happening in Africa until you just brought that up. So that's cool stuff. Absolutely. That's really cool. Are there some companies out there that you really like in the space, organic, fair trade that you're just like, you're a raving van or stuff that you consume? And this show's not getting sponsored by any of these. Maybe they'll send me a creative something. Maybe I think that's what happened with the big shows, right? It's like, oh, I gotta create a watch. But we do need to highlight companies that are doing it the right way, right? I mean, that's how this whole machine works. People find out, oh wait, this company is actually, and we started to see that some companies that well, especially obviously, like Elon Musk and the whole, he's huge now, right? Because of the electric car thing. So yeah, what companies do you would be examples, I guess. What could be some examples of companies that you think are doing a really good job at trying to do these things? I mean, there are a lot of them, which is the good news more and more companies that are really merging people planet and profits as their bottom line, the triple bottom line as they call it. One of my personal favorites, like just amazing companies as doctor bronner's. Oh yeah. We have that. They are the real deal. They are a mission driven company. They donate huge amounts of their proceeds to support good causes. Within their own company, they pay all their employees quite well. They have a 5 to one maximum spread between the highest paid and lowest paid employee in that enables them to treat their people well and offer generous benefits and then they give a lot to support good causes and they pay farmers well every ingredient is source consciously and intentionally. And they're just starting to get into food a little bit. I think they actually are coming out with a fair trade chocolate now. And that's super ethical. So they're a cool company. You know, there are a lot of good companies out there, but David bronner is a friend, and so I have to mention them. Good, perfect. I'm glad, because that was, can you get into this print on those bottles bigger? Because it is like 6 point or something. And I'm like, and half the time I don't understand it, that I'm like, I think it's probably like, if you can't read it, I'm sure it's just the intention around the bottle, right? They are quirky. There's no doubt about it. I was like, but just make it big enough so that if I do want to read it, I can read.

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"bronner" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast

Breaking Beauty Podcast

01:51 min | 7 months ago

"bronner" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast

"Did. And the rest is history. So we're going to do rapid fire. Yeah. Okay. Okay, so aside from your own products line, what other beauty products like skin tools, hair, fragrance, body care, what might we find on your vanity? I'm really obsessed with this brush, this heated brush. It's like a, what is that brand? Search with an a, I can't remember. Mika? Amiga, exactly. Plug this guy in, it's a heated brush. It's incredible. I have fine frizzy, Korean hair, so I love that. What else do I have? I love that too. It's like a blow dryer and a brush and run, right? Doesn't blow. Oh. It's just hot. It's hot for a hot brush, hot brush. Okay. It's a hot brush and I love it. It's great. That's a great product. I love it's a body blurring product. Oh. It starts with a V, I love this. It's like a good one. I'm just trying to think of things that are unexpected. Yeah, that's a good one. Okay, cool. And is there anything drugstore in your bathroom on your vanity? Or is it all luxury? No, I definitely have drugstore. I like drugstore. You know what I love, I love doctor bronner's, eucalyptus body wash? Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah, I love that. I love that smell in the shower, especially in the way. Yeah. I love bringing this label. Is it vitali liberata? Yes. Okay, love that product. That's great. Legs, if you're going to an event and you have wearing a skirt or arms, it's called body blur. Body part. Body blur. Nice. Investigator over here. Yeah, I'm always Googling. If you could only wear one designer for the rest of your life, who would it be? That's.

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"bronner" Discussed on AmbitiousLy the podcast: The Black Experience

AmbitiousLy the podcast: The Black Experience

06:11 min | 9 months ago

"bronner" Discussed on AmbitiousLy the podcast: The Black Experience

"We have if you think that talk about and I'm learning some technical. Go along some pop over so everything's clear But anyway so let's get into today's t- first things first adrian brana adrian. Bronner was sitting in a joust sale early saturday sunday morning. picked up by cops in one state for having a for being wanted and another the boxer read sorry. The boxer was arrested and booked around one. Am getting into the keaton county jail in kentucky where he polls for his mugshot. This is all alleged. everything that we say when this park has alleged isn't a description So let's keep getting into the charges that he got wrong up oh upon entry where future feuded fugitive from another state from a warrant From which a warrant was required. No word on the circumstances of how cop stumbled upon bronner to begin with it is unclear. exactly what caused the warrant. What caused this more stems from But it does originate in chore your whole county And could well be in relation to the lawsuit. He lost in jurisdiction about a year ago when a woman claimed that he assaulted her in a nightclub It is unclear. Okay so we are getting. The case has been ongoing for quite some time and bronner was even tossed into jail last year after the judge found him to be an contempt of the ku unconcerned to court for failing to pay eight hundred thousand dollars on the eight hundred thousand dollar judgement and comply with the rest of the requirements Am sorry you're here. My my my little heating here per online records bronner has failed to enter a treatment program spring spurring. The weren't doesn't look like bronner is going to be able to bond out either. There's no amount set for him which means he probably will be extradited to the authorities in state. Let me tell you something when they want you they want you when they come for you. They come you and i don't know what happened. Probably something stupid. Like um he got pulled over something like that and they ran his name through the system and and realized that he had warrant. We don't know what happened. What led up to him being arrested over the weekend but we do know is that right now. He has no bail so they will i know for effect. They're going to him to the on the next state. Stay in which. I'm assuming is where the warrant stems from so it's crazy out here and It is what it you know like when they want you they want you coming is nothing you can do about it. They just come iffy. I am gonna play a couple of videos tonight. I'm trying not to bombard you guys with a whole bunch of videos. At one time. But i i am going to play a few videos I'm gonna play this real quick. This is from a mortar povayev and A gentleman out of north carolina. Shout out to my uncle william. I my way thanking uncle And i appreciate it. thank you for believing. Let's get to more being key. Look down the canadian cbs's okay. Big got period. I would be you doc.

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"bronner" Discussed on Eyewitness Beauty

Eyewitness Beauty

05:27 min | 10 months ago

"bronner" Discussed on Eyewitness Beauty

"I just think because they're providing the retail space for these people to create their content. And make money so they could. I think would be entitled to take more than twenty percent. I mean twenty percents seemed light and yet still only fans is making so much money. Only fans expected gross merchandise value so meeting like their merchandise meaning like their creators to grow from two point. Two billion dollars in twenty twenty to twelve point. Five billion dollars next year with net revenue also expected to increase more than fivefold to two point five billion dollars by twenty twenty two so meaning twelve point. Five billion dollars will be like the total amount of money like brought in by only fans and then of which the company only fans is making two point five billion and they can't find investors. Investors are scared of sex. Yeah that part's pretty silly to me. We should say they're the ban on explicit content on like their payment providers on some lake. Prudish bank rules or whatever who are saying that. It's because they need to be protected against processing payment for underage child porn. So it's more complicated than than a lot of people realizing the headline. Yeah but we are working on getting my only only fans friends on the podcast to talk about it but it has been really like kind of eye opening for me. it's learned about. How sex workers use that platform and how many lives it would affect unlike such a really negative way should go away speaking of lives going away. Did you see this. Dr bronner story. Tell me what's going on. So basically dr bronner's is trying to incentivize. Their workforce of which sixty percent are currently vaccinated to get vaccinated by giving them a thousand dollars get vaccinated thousand dollars easy. You know. They're not forcing anyone to take that. It's an incentive and when they announced it last week better this article comes from glossy when they announce it last week through. Npr malaga's like social media although like dumb antibiotics if he'd bronner's users were like in an uproar and all these influencers picked it up so now these wash everything. Dr bronner's antitax types are very upset. you know they feel cheated. They're like crunchy granola. They apparently assumed was an anti brand has come out in support of saving lives. I get the most angry in terms of the anti vaccine. The most angry at the left leaning hippie antibac- sers because like their whole thing is. Let's all hold hands and sing kumbaya and help our neighbors and not be at each other's throats and whatever and like outside of the vaccine debate they are usually the ones who are lake trying to like raise up communities and community agriculture. Like all this stuff. I mean no. They're not they're just like selfish rich. I know these people. I went to college with them. They're just like it's the most frustrating because like they're not libertarians. They're not into merger taylor green. They would say that they were but they're just acting so selfishly and it upsets me. It's just such a bummer. Because sure you have agency every on body but you can't like protect others getting vaccinated because like hospital beds are full now again and people are dying of strokes because they have a stroke and they can't get into the hospital. It's insane because people are taking up space because they didn't get vaccinated kobe anyway. That's our cova rant for the week. Dr bronner's we stand with you. I'm gonna keep buying your soap..

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"bronner" Discussed on Eyewitness Beauty

Eyewitness Beauty

03:48 min | 10 months ago

"bronner" Discussed on Eyewitness Beauty

"Take talk the pretty boy calls a hi pal skies hype house guys. Because i think the guys that i kept the house guys like started because the ones that i keep seeing on instagram or like german. I think they're all like trying to replicate the hype house so there's like a second tier hi pal food. I forget the name. It's all these white boys with like straight disney prince hair. Yes floppy justin bieber way teeth. And they're weird like cheshire cat grin. Yes do they. Just make these videos all day. And it's also like they're too young to really know what sexuality is in some ways and so like their version of sexuality is like really crass and not at all nuanced but that said. I know belk that he dates. Dixie demilio what i like about him. He's he's not afraid to embrace his feminine side. He was like a soccer player house. Boy yeah but he seems nice and not a douche and like charming and friendly like all the other ones seem like douche bags who would just be mean idiots. Yeah and mean. Girls and like noah beck seems great but so anyway dallas and back and back baby back in the big apple from the lone star state to the big apple. The diamond creek bomb story with that. Should we do stories..

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WSOP Recap: Erik Seidel Wins Bracelet #9

The Fives

02:14 min | 11 months ago

WSOP Recap: Erik Seidel Wins Bracelet #9

"Get to it. World series of poker recap Hungary's roland seek out winning event number ten in order just rome winning event number twelve in that when he beat flea romo's heads up and got a lot of attention. Also worth noting the in madonna. Jeff the hashtag. Twenty twenty w fee main event winner. Online minute winner finishing fifth in that one and vic vinca damascus winning event number thirteen. But all of that was great. Bracelets awarded first time winners all that good stuff but We've gotta talk about eric. Site outwitting event number ten. The ten thousand dollar buying super millions high roller for nine hundred. Seventy seven thousand eight hundred forty two dollars. Yeah i mean absolutely massive win. It was this week. Super millions over six hundred bronner's just it's been it's the biggest super millions than it has been weeks and a little piece of history took place on tuesday afternoon as sidell top. The was a very solid. You're pro packed final table. And he walks away with nine hundred seventy seven large in his. Is that right is. That is that nine. Seventy seven marchers to my saying that wrong. Nothing that's right. No k nine seven seven large and his ninth bracelet. I know there was some The online bracelets don't count crowd that came out of the woodwork. nine bracelets. He's now tied for fifth which is pretty phenomenal super. Close joining double digits group. But the eric sitel. By i mean the sa- ten k the soubra millions is a weekly event on g g tons of killers in How runners they have six hundred forty two think right. Yeah something like that okay. So that's bigger than any. Wp europe field ever main event field ever and it's bigger than any wpa main event field up until two thousand and three when moneymaker beat thirty. Nine let's not be discrediting bracelets with six hundred fifty runners. I don't think. I don't care if it's online or live. I think anybody that's still touting. The this bracelet doesn't count horn is absolutely out of their mind.

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"bronner" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"bronner" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"Well here let me show. You just turned. Like if i take your back back back rough rough short short king sex and the dog is just watching and the dog he is. He's still dressed up as an earbud over there. You're dressed up like a cat. You guys place cat. He's chasing the kitty around catches it now. Cats all fucking perched up now this dude. We hurry form set. It's very point. I don't know if we can have an animal here. No you guy you can handle if you bring it home fucking. This guy wants a pit bull and well. We'll just leave it here. No is to jump for space and we could get a like a snake. I was gonna say. I was going to say there was a guy who a stupid pet. No you get a giant burmese python you. Rabbits don't tell anybody about that chickens because people are like rabbits but chickens better schick throw a whole chicken and they're grabbing a chick chick they a shitty but But this guy had his car stolen. He had a burst by his car and the car was left in the middle of the fucking street. I don't believe i don't either and as you're kind of wish you heard that's not real. Because have you ever been around the python. I saw you know like yeah. And then he's driving. Wow mars some people that have like put their giant snake in the car. So i can see if somebody did steal it. They'd be like there's a fucking snake and get out but never have. I've heard that story. I heard this theory when i was thirteen. I've held onto. It's exactly like the story i told you about. The guy was paddling chart santacruz charter his mouth of his mouth. Back out. you keep writing for it and you keep telling those stories over and over. I just believe that. Maybe it's possible. Shark go. I got one kid committed. I mean happy note here. Only kid commits suicide by. He worked at a pet shop and got all the dangerous snakes and then just let him go in his car. Yeah see that's just not a good way to yeah joking. It's not a good way to put. The thing is is like the think about it. It's not like those snakes. Are the people of those things you let them go and they just start talking like he was like come on. Oh fuck yeah like you really gotta yeah now. You don't wanna do that though. It takes a long time for that poison to work. Its way through your body suffering. Maybe you pass out if you're lucky. What's that stupid thing. When they say black mamas if you get bit by black moment just find a tree and stare often to the distance. Because that's the last thing you'll see you know you're not getting you're not getting help. And time fucking we'll pay notice snake did not get a bunch of hamsters. Men just haven't running around problem with anything like that is they. Should monkeys are the worst of all time. You gotta have diapers on him. Only will bite. You can have that much allowed to the other illegal now. Yeah we get a fish tank just for the fuck of it. Fan alligator terrible idea gotta get you can get promises. Sharks appropriate. Not stupid ever seen those. They also don't attack like you'd think you put your hand in. They don't go wild. I used to think it was true and then two in the river. Monsters in east up runs rogin bronner's in and he had he had a section for goldfish and over. It said death row and he used to put the goldfish in. It was called death row and he takes just tear up there. I was just like you know they need the fuck out of it. And i was like i'd be like i was watching. That was when we were like in our twenty. I mean that's well you know how like in movies. If someone's like off dams on where they fall falls a group of ranas and they skin..

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"bronner" Discussed on Switch4Good

Switch4Good

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"bronner" Discussed on Switch4Good

"So strong. I n if it's in. You know five products that we apply to our bodies everyday for years. And that's a lot. And within the cosmetic industry there is there's a term called grass which is g. r. a. s. generally regarded as safe and ingredients can be given this designation generally regarded as it's not a very like hard sounding designation but basically what it means is that at certain concentrations and tested over certain period of time. This ingredient is going to hurt you again. What if that ingredient that akron invasion isn't gonna hurt. Me is actually in half the products that i'm using my body that adds up to a whole lot. More and so. We're seeing these skyrocketing levels of allergies of productive of dysfunction. We're seeing even neurological and behavioral issues in our in our society. And where are they coming from. A lot has to do with food different topic but let's also look at the chemical input. Were putting on our bodies through our our personal care products so when you have things like parabens and the the as nba dat. Those are part of that problem now. I'm not even partway through my list of things. I look for us. So parabens the in and their friends and then you have a thoughtfully ingredients. This is a group of ingredients has gone through a process called oscillation. It makes them again more shelf stable. So that's why they're there to the product lasts longer on the shelf But the one it has it goes through a process that produces a byproduct called one. Four dioxin and one four. Dioxin is a known. Human carcinogen dual never see one Label is not an ingredient. it wasn't added but it was produced as a byproduct and so you. There was a study this was about ten years ago. Wasn't two thousand eight so goodness thirteen years ago them whereas scientists in curiosity been parents went into a drug store and bought a whole bunch of products for home tested for the presence of one four dioxide and about eighty percent of them came back positive. This is a known human carcinogen like not even a possibility and it was because the ingredients in them were producing. It has our product and there was a lot of press and and and people you know change things and made some progress but still you see things like sodium laura sulfate who essentially anything that phones beautifully like shampoo bubble bath body. Wash probably more that you hear that certain more That means that it went through oxidation and there is the possibility that it will have produced one four accent. This is going like wipe out a whole lot of options when you're shopping. Let's abbreviated s-l. Es now because chemistries you know nine eleven not very imaginative and how they named things. It has a related There's a related ingredient considerable sulfates. Not the same thing. Didn't go through Sulfate shouldn't be invited care either because it's extremely drying because it's very very good at grabbing oil which is safer if your washing dishes you want it to grab oil. You don't want it to every single bit of oil out of your skin. So i don't i recommend against s laurel sulfate and body care products sony morals communist paste and i noticed not scientifically verified. I've noticed that two of my kids when they used to basil that seles in the developed cancers. And i've seen some studies that are pointing to that although something that's been proven So but these things. They're doing what they say they do. Robin grinding stuff. We gotta realize more. We need them to do at a big expense. Yeah yeah absolutely absolutely so so those are some of them are there are other other ingredients alike urea in products that are formaldehyde producers formaldehyde of the 'nother known human carcinogen. It's not added products. It can develop over the longer. They sit on the shelf It's there as a as a preservative so again. If you see an ingredient that involves the word urea formaldehyde release and yachts grave again for your products. Not too bad but at what cost. does that. Have to your body so narrow. Other perfectly fine preservatives. Such as two cockerels rosemary actually can be preserved to although it's it's very dark in color. Oftentimes people tend music because it makes your product very dark but there are other options and fortunately words getting out. There are other options and people can find this list on your blog. Yes diaz is diving deeper. Yes as they go on my blog. Is lisa bronner dot com. And it's going green with lessig and yeah. I've got a list of twelve things to watch out for in. The personal candidate includes a psychological things like a like a colored bottle the them spe- holding back in a machelandon bottle. And it doesn't make any no thank you so much for just so much amazing information. We have more to talk to you about but we unfortunately can't do it today but we will have you back because i want to dive deeper. Gmo's questions about those. And of course the hempseed wanna tell you the happy ending of the hemp thing. My brothers being arrested is that in the end of on the nineteen. Believe it or not. President trump signed the farm bill which included declassifying industrial or dvd categorizing industrial as a as a narcotic and so it is now legal to grow and us industrial ham food and So that was a big thing ended in dot his now uses domestic hempseed oil in our in all of our products so it used to be imported but now we can grow it here. Celebrate from twenty twenty whenever he signed that nineteen. Okay okay all right. Twenty twenty still sucks. Everybody thank you so much. you're welcome. Thanks so much for having me so. Thank you so much for tuning in today. If we helped you in any way then click the subscribe button and let's keep hanging out together. We have so much more to share with you and if you need more information on actually making the switch for good please visit us at switch for good dot org for loads of info and you can subscribe to our mailing list. You will receive all sorts of super bowl gifts. Discount codes to are very fav- dairy product and a lifetime a powerful health tips so join us on the journey to switch for good. This is the future..

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"bronner" Discussed on Switch4Good

Switch4Good

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"bronner" Discussed on Switch4Good

"And i'm sorry because i- i inserted myself when you're giving a list of the important of being a regenerative organic label so can please continue now. We understand organic needs. Tell us more about what the how regenerative organic improves on that. Yes so so. The the three pillars of regenerative organic certification. The one is the organic standards of the lack of chemical inputs. And lack of gmo's the second is an trade that the labor the people involved in the production it are fairly treated and the third is animal welfare and this is again is an area that organic doesn't address trade doesn't address To animal welfare that any animals that happened to be involved in the production whether they are the production or whether they're habitat might have been impacted by the production that the that the welfare was was preserved and protected. So let's take palm well Let's dive into hot topic right there. So emit palm. Oil is a plant based oil. it doesn't require animal but however the way the oil has been produced in the world has been devastating to habitat for indigenous animals. So you can say does animal welfare to palm it has to do with how those fields developed than were they were they clear cutting jungles in habitats that that house many animals displaced seven such so regenerative organic certification takes into consideration on the whole a whole realm of of animal wellbeing. Whether they were directly involved. Were not so what you'll see is the regenerative organic logo which looks like a little a little leaf with our annette little circle with to lease. And then you'll see the word bronze silver gold and that would be on on the label. So that would be on our label. And then when it's just an ingredient like our oil that's a word in the ingredient list because you can't certify a whole a whole multi ingredient product. We can't put the label on the soap even though it contains regenerator organic Palm and coconut oil It you know obviously in in this whole entire Field that you're speaking about your your very woke media. You really are clearing things up for so many of us listening. I know And i'd love to just dive into your woke moments. I suppose i'm probably not the only one who has made changes on behalf of their children that they weren't motivated enough to make on behalf insults. But i'll take it. I appreciate it at the time. I did have a. You know the the two year old that was into everything. And i didn't realize he was even with me. You know i would clean subversively like when they were napping i would go sneak off claims knowledge. You wanna do when you find that your bed. And so. I didn't realize he was there and i had. I had a spray bottle and i'd set it down you know. He's a kid likes to fiddle a stops. Pick that thing up just right in his mouth and i was astounded that not even poison control knew what was in it. I think we decided. How can you not know within this. Like what are you there for was it. Was it like a windex or it was four zero nine four or nine to put the ingredients on four nine all the chemicals. No no no. No ingredients have not had to be on cleaning products until california's been the first state to pass in increasing ingredient. Disclosure act And it went into effect last year on websites and supposed to go into effect on product labels and the hope is that with california being such a large that manufacturers will be change the the nation and not just for california youngster prior to that the only thing you had on on cleaning products was hazard labels i mean so if they had certain ingredients it would trigger certain hazard labels helped a little bit secondly bc hazard label that says causes damage to the unborn child. That's that's a problem but you wouldn't know specifically what was in it so now that is starting but like just now just last year's. Wow gosh so so what did you what did you do. I mean you need to know what it was. It was okay. And that was your. That was a big shift for you using your whole by mom still. She still has to clean certain things with ajax because she just says nothing else works so to get off the ajax and breathing that there's so many like levels on which to convince people and i actually have an article about like how to convince people that they need to get on board the clean the green cleaning boat. I guess some people in knowledge like they don't trust that a can clean as as well as you know bleach out or they don't trust that baking soda can scour things as well as ajax or comet. Sometimes it's so emotional and so habit in their mother used it. They've been using all these years it in. There's there's a comfort and satisfaction there. Sometimes it's sensory it sometimes. It's like that doesn't smell right that these green cleaners. They don't smell clean enough. We are addicted to that. Like knows our heartedly. Be able to inhale type smell clean and so there so many levels than you almost have to dive into some psychology with your target audience. Figure out what is it. What is it that they They're kinda hung up on. And how can we get them around. Not an easy thing. But you've learned a lot. Yeah so that moment when my son spray the four nine to his mouth and that i called control nicer out low like they look sick and he was fine but i think it was that day the next day that i made my first bottle of albus housecleaning spray with the doctor. Bronner scouts deal soap. And you would think that. I of all people would have done that earlier out. But i am and so i started using. That was the first i would say. Green cleaner i started to use was was using a spray with a spray bottle or cup of our soap and water.

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"bronner" Discussed on Switch4Good

Switch4Good

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"bronner" Discussed on Switch4Good

"If it's as soaks into the most. Yeah well i mean definitely. A cracked like rice at so water-dependent would would be more susceptible to contaminate water So taps into the larger issue of our food supply and the food third cycle in all of that you know as far as arsenic in particular. Honestly i don't. I don't know what crops will be most susceptible to that if the issue is chicken and rice than you would browse wanna look at areas where they're not necessarily near each other I've learned the most about rice from lindbergh because lindbergh rice because we worked with them so closely on into gmo. A debate here in california but You've you've put your finger on one of the saddest things about the way. Our food is produced right now and how. It's broken in that. It used to be that the the raising of livestock chickens and cattle would benefit the growing of your produce because the minority could be used benefit your plans but now because our livestock raising heavily filled with antibiotics and with crazy chemical input their manure is toxic. And you certainly can't put it on your produce intentionally but even the runoff into our waterways is is contaminating it for miles and miles around. So you've got a huge dead zones in our. Our waterways in river deltas. That sort of places that this used to be the most like was found. And now it's where the least slide is found. And this gets to a certification that i didn't touch on when we're talking about that have you. Are you familiar with. The organic certification is once. This one's new questions about i mean i'll i'll say here regenerative organic and what we can talk more about details of it in with your questions. But it's all about healing that cycle that cycle that is not new and the old way of Having things work in harmony with each other and having you know not having these these breaks where you can't have your animals near your your produce because they're contaminated supposed to benefit each other and retender began his all about healing healing. That cycle leading do what would it was kind of designed to do. So what is something that is labeled with the Genitive organic label. Which i think your products are a what does that mean in terms of that those that actual product why different than simply organic woods happen to them is a wonderful thing so levels are getting kind of busy. Well i'm wanted to talk about a busy label with dr bodies. But they were getting even busier as certifications go. I mean we have organic. We are very trade. We have We have begin leaving buddy. Gmo and all of these things are. That's a lot to keep up with and it's kind of messy visually and so And then you come to what we have to decide oh goodness Trade it one. Do i picked so regenerate organic. If i can borrow from lord of the rings is one labeled ruled mall bringing them all under one. Tidy complex that tiny certification. That does everything you wanted to do. You wanna be organic with with knows no that accountable input you want it to be fair trade. When people have been treated fairly long way you want it to be you know a leaping bunny certified with no animal cruelty you want it to be humane and instead of having all these different labels and certifications regenerate organic brings them all together so regenerate. A romantic has three pillars. One pillar is organic so that deals with the environmental and chemical aspects. What does it mean to be organic. Because i had heard that it means the soil needs to be not have custody decides in or herbicides for seven years but then there's other organics that do have some stuff on them right. Well i it does depend upon your certifier in what they require. So and what. You're what you're certifying. So the organic transition is a three year process in the three year processes. What actually is prohibitive for family. Farmers do because for three years. You have to use organic practices but you can't claim your product to be organic so you're taking on the added effort in the added costs Practices without being able to Tell people about basically And family farm that it's almost prohibitive of hardwood with dr bronner doesn't in the farmers that we work with that we help them to make this transition because otherwise on their own they would not be able to do that so we we help fund with their transition and guide them through all the hoops of that so with organic practices is a is a three year transition period. And if you haven't you haven't applied any sort of chemical input There is a specific list of yes now as far as what can be used on them and i don't have that memorized but oregon till those are certified. You can you can check that out So three years of not using any chemical input not using genetic genetically modified Anything on your crops And not with its relevant having radiation to think of some of the other standards there of a three year process then and then you can be certified beyond that one of the difficulties that come. I know what's happened with rice. Is that so a farmer. Had a crop field that was in transition and adjacent to somebody else's field that was not conventional and they're genetically modified rice Blew over into the transition field and contaminated it with a genetically modified variety which scientists could analyze the rice. Coming out of the see. That modify. I'm an farmer that was trying to transition. His field are can do anything about it. The lawsuits and all sorts of nasty things like that. So it's not easy and there's many reasons why people don't choose to go organic other than because they don't care of care but they just can't say so earlier we re talking about. Where does organic not matter. Organic doesn't necessarily matter as much when it comes to things like animals. Actually i don't i don't put a whole lot of value. I know i know your topic is is is to mostly being an audience but even you know just to be aware of the issue with animals is how they're treated and those nothing inorganic standards about humane treatment of animals and so slapping their label even a certification that they were fed organic food That's not really getting at what our problems are in the raising of our of stock..

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"bronner" Discussed on Switch4Good

Switch4Good

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"bronner" Discussed on Switch4Good

"So yes. I did. brush my teeth with those equipped. So yes we used to tease my grandfather. That the reason he recommended that us because he could take teeth out of his mouth. He more dangerous so it works. You know if you're at a pinch or you need to travel light works but we have since come out toothpaste which tastes so much better than i. Also wanna tell the audience a little bit more about your company. Because it's so unique. And i wanna make sure they understand how unique the company is. Because i'm sure most of the audience is familiar with dr bronner's and it's very unique pass patchy which hasn't changed much at least in the forty years that i've known of it But you also instead of having a chief executive officer you have a cosmic engagement officer. Your family owned company is. Is that your brother yes. That's my older brother. David is arrested twice. The first was bird planting hempseed on the lawn of the da and Both times he was arrested for the same thing he was. He was engaging. In civil disobedience to protest the classification of industrial hemp as as a narcotic and it was not allowed to be grown in the us and so he he ends votes planted the seeds on the lawn of the ea. Unknowing may be arrested but for the purpose of bring attention to the issue and then the second time was President obama in his campaigning had said he would address the issue in David hannah cage built sal and Run of the white house and crest hem oil from seeds which is the legal to have him plants at the time it was in the. Us and So when they finally got him out of the cage he was arrested for that to someone. Now story out yeah. Lots of them getting arrested for all the right reasons in the last twenty years the company has grown over one thousand percent. But you you do things like us. One hundred percent post consumer recycled plastic bottles. And you have a five to one compensation cap your could you explain that to our audience. Yes well that this is part of an idea that my grandfather was. Dr bronner originated called constructive capitalism. Which is the idea that everyone along. The way of producing a product should benefit from the sale of the product. Owner is not just the final seller. And so you know. The farmers who who wrote the coconut said produce carbon oil justice crucial to our final bottle so as the last person sends out out of the warehouse and so time so we have these steps in place that share share the proceeds one of our compensation cap which is means that the highest paid person in the company the executives receive no more than five times the compensation of the lowest paid fully rested worker in so and our entry Starting wages twenty dollars an hour so even that is is a good higher than what is what is moral but without we have also profit sharing percent of their annual salary and bonuses at ten percent of their annual salary We give service bonuses for employees that have worked for ten years and then for five years after that So we have people that have been with us a while longer than i've been with the company You've known me from birth practically so yeah in the family owned company but even the people who aren't blood family are definitely treated like family within the company. That's we have six cosmic principles that guide us do well so you can do good because if we don't we're not profitable company we can't do all this other stuff and the second one is to treat employees like family which which we do make sure they're they're well-cared-for and realize that they're not just our employees they. They are people that have family members from their mothers and fathers sunday lotteries in and they have other roles. We need to make sure that they have the space to do their best their to watch out. I think that all of our listeners including alexander now might be applying now so please do people come in saying. We have nine open visions at the moment in the art. All sorts of people automation counting Facilities all sorts of people definitely go. Take a look at the story. That is that is injured. Bitched mention looking at your products There's also quite quite a bit certifications on them. is organic vegan or fair trade. And you know being vegan. I mean all of us are aware of some of the misleading labels that we see the arc really steeped in reality like one hundred percent natural or cage free or even grass fed So i'd love to talk. Labeling can you tell me let's say let's start with fair trade. What fair trade means. Dr bronner's in what back how that is You know how the public then can benefit from that and why they should care. Yeah the purpose of fair trade to fill filling a gap that organic left so organic was kind of the big trend In the early two thousands and the reason was because people were concerned with the environment and concerned with the chemicals on their food. And that sort of thing. And that's great. that's wonderful. And so we were one of the first companies when organic. We actually under certify organic under the food standard has there was no organic certification for personal ads. The us didn't like that we did that. They said you know you get used for earth so we weren't using food grade oils which we were we. Do we use food grade. Coconut oil in soap to certify. What difference does it make to you so we won that battle and now there are a personal care standards so even once we have that we realized now that's good for the environment and chemicals in that sort of thing has decides but it's actually absolutely silent on the issue of labor and so the people that have put their their work into these ingredients. They could be treated horribly. They could have unfair hiring practices. They could be paid pittance they could have. Horrible working conditions. There's nothing inorganic about the people. And so fair. Trade rose up to fill in that gap so that people could know that everyone who participated in the manufacturing. This product was treated fairly paid fairly had fair hiring practices a work in safe environments. And that sort of thing. And so that core fair drake abram. Now as soon as we're gone out this existed of course you have. People are jumping on the bandwagon. People who are trying to sound fairtrade inventory. And you've got a plethora of different certifiers and that makes a big difference now. The only thing that makes the certification worth having is that it's outside audited if we slough certification on our own model you know. How can you trust that. That means anything i mean. That's the Earning the hen house. I guess but an outside auditor is crucial and different certifiers have have more rigorous standards. So we've picked the most rigorous assert fire. Which is ego certain. Now there's been a little bit of of maneuvering around a message certain virus but that's been certifying us now with the fair for life.

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"bronner" Discussed on Switch4Good

Switch4Good

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"bronner" Discussed on Switch4Good

"This is our first podcasts. Of twenty twenty one even though this is probably going to erin february but we had a break but we are so so stoked to be back. I've dot c. baoshan. I'm here with alexandra and we're doing this a a little different. Because who knew were still in kobe and so we are not in the studio today with sound. Quality is better. Me are all in the comfort of our own homes and we are zoom minute Thank you and we're recording on zooms. Hopefully to sound quality will come up. Come out okay and come across well for everyone but alexandra. I've missed you. I'd sue good to see you dots. Even if it's virtual. I went to see my family for the holidays. My husband and i we were diligent about her mask wearing the way there. We didn't hang out with anybody else but my family. You know it was just. It was staying home for eight days but we did. Get to hang up as so when i got back. You asked me to get it if i would get a and test before today because we thought we'd be in the studio today together face to face that we are definitely closed within six feet apart at our table in studio and i have not ever gotten adjusts. You've had how many Maybe eight the shallow mid knows and the braids deep brain one anyway. What you need to have one just to be able to say that you had one and it is it is it is feels like a right of passage does so i couldn't. It's very difficult to get on the schedule at down here in orange county. I had a challenging time. And you basically have to say you think you've been exposed to get to get a yes you can get tested. I got multiple those. Because i don't think i've been exposed but then i finally started checking. Yes i did fly so it's possible but it's not that i'm aware of right and so But couldn't get it until thursday So we're being saved today. Admitted on thursday and so for barack of the studio next tuesday. But you you're in la and it's it's It's devastating there It all up and down Really the cow California california has been hit hard. But you guys don't have more beds last in the hospitals. There is that correct for at least for kobe. Bez in ian and i know seven people in our friend circle. Have it right now. So that's a lot and my mom keeps calling me saying be careful. Are you going to the grocery store. We actually did for the another besides getting the test. Another rite of passage for twenty twenty twenty. Twenty one is to order your food and have it delivered and we've never done that and so we did it for the first time just to appease are mothers experience because i mean i do understand why it's important and i'm grateful to be options there but i was really not comfortable with how much plastic everything was put area. Were put a different plastics and the paper bags of i already feel terrible about the mass. I actually washed my My blue mass at And i probably shouldn't. But i can't stand throw away a mask after one use my environment of just what did you get the a fabric mess in washington each time. Oh yes i do watch okay. The blue ones that the nurses wear that they are actually more effective than costs cloth masks so when i do wear that i can't throw it away after one. I watched it which is probably renders it thus lights. You haven't checked into zeke. If i washington jobs would still be affected which. I have traveled twice by plane during this time. And i most but i've changed driving obse my mom Eleven hour drive and actually like it. Better i don't think i'm gonna go back to flying to see her so there are some good things that came out of this. I have a huge sense of gratitude for just my life this past year i would say i think if i came out of twenty twenty with anything which is a huge sense are feeling very grateful that i live with a man who might adore and our cats and that we had some nature outside our door now. No yeah you. And i have talked about that. It's just it's almost a had. Some strokes of of guilty away is i. I haven't lost anyone close That i love dearly to kobe. I know so. Many people did so many people had to say goodbye to their nearest dearest on facetime from the hospital. Any just it's it's it's wrecked havoc and i felt coming out of the super grateful to especially just with the organization switch for good we We saw biggest growth this year than ever with our team growing from three to eight people. you know almost tripling our impact from last year and also in The support that we've received so it was. It was such mixed feelings during this year. You know have watched the organization really Really take off from all the talented and passionate been able to bring in on board and not having to let those people go. When when koga i hit two you know so so grateful for that But it was. It was a mix. It was a real mixed bag of feelings. All through twenty twenty which so many people can relate to. We talk a lot on this show about what we put into our bodies but not is i know. Health and wellness is more than just about how much we exercise and what we eat. It's also the products that we choose to use surround ourselves with including of course body care and home cleaners with people don't realize but they're so important to our overall long term health and today we have lisa bronner who that may bronner might might sound familiar. She's the granddaughter of the iconic. Dr bronner and she's on the show today to educate us on loud leaning into greener living. She is the spokesperson for dr bronner's. She's a mom of three a blogger at going green and she has the knowledge and experience to help us lead greener healthier lives. Let that. let's bring in lisa bronner..

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The Dark Side of Being a Millionaire! (The Truth About Being Wealthy)

The Money Guy Show

07:32 min | 2 years ago

The Dark Side of Being a Millionaire! (The Truth About Being Wealthy)

"I think is so fun about the show? Brian is all the time we talk about. Happy uplifting positive generally optimistic people I think so. We always try to have a positive thing that we're sharing with our audience but this is a little bit different because we wanted to kind of talk about you know things are always rainbows and UNICORNS. Sometimes even there is a dark side to good things. That's that's kind of what we wanted to share in today's episode. It was one of those things because I know a lot of everybody. We have an entire society that is built upon. Get here do do this. When do this in your twenties? Then we'll look. We have our own series. We love our network by series. And it's supposed to give you the tools and techniques and things so you know what to focus on win but I do feel like there's also while we're giving these tools and sets and things that you should be looking at and focusing on there's industries out there that are trying to say say hey in your twenties live this way and look I told everybody pre show. I just came back from Las Vegas. I was shocked at how many watched shops ops luxury handbags belts and it hit me. I was like this is the game if br thirty two year old bronner thirty-three O'Brien wanted rolexes Alexis Brightlingsea tags now forty late forties Brian. This is like he's about as I was mad. That bring the charger to my my apple. Watch I mean because I just I think the steps recorded so it's just funny how there is a whole system out there in society pushing you on what you should try to be accomplishing how you should spend your money. We you want to help you avoid the dark path of void the pitfalls. And make sure that you're having a healthy relationship with money. I want to create a win win win win and what I mean by that is is that I want your friends and family to be happy with how you are with your relationship with money I want you you to be fulfilled with your relationship with money and then I want your community community benefit. Because you're making things better all around you so this can be a win win win situation. So let's jump into this because we broke this into all the different segments that you need to be mindful and then we put money got tips to make sure you navigate eight this well so the first one is money can ruin your relationships. I think this is one. This poll people. What's one of the downsides has to monitor the downside as well? I feel like most folks would come up with this one pretty quick because you kind of see horror stories of this and the news and with celebrities famous folks. It's no surprise that whenever there's money honey evolved and certainly whenever. There's a little bit of money or a lot of money. Things can get tenuous and stressful. We focused on. You know thinking about this. We're in show no prep. Yep We focused on significant others. You know relationships between couples but I will tell you one of the saddest things that I experienced as a financial planner is the residual zigic effective when families fight over money too. So it is. This is not just for couples. Money can mess up all types of relationships and we had a pretty shocking stat. That kind of kick this off. It was thirty. Five percent named finances is a is the primary troublespot with their partner. And I think that was one of the largest and and this was data from From a suntrust study I think that finances was one of the single largest cause of stress in a marriage relationship relationship or a spousal relationship and I thought it was because that one I made them put the word research because it looked like that was this Lod brought to you by Suntrust Bank. You know we which which kind of scared me? But it was a research study they had but then the Federal Reserve Board actually hit because the government is compiling data at all times. I thought this was interesting. Mismatches ashes. Between couples credit scores can be the biggest indicator one of the bigger indicators. That your your marriage or your relationship is headed for a tough spot easily within the first five years now that one I always found that really interests when we're talking about that because that's not something I immediately think of whenever I'm talking to like have friends getting married talking to clients. We're thinking about getting married. I never really asked him the question. Hey have have you done a comparison of your credit scores. This is not something but it is interesting. If you think about behavior Laden it probably ably does tell you a lot about the behaviors and actions of the person that you're gonNA join this long term commitment reason your insurance company basis a lot lot off of your credit score so it is one of the things that I thought was interesting when when I was doing data research for the show divorce but we talk about all the time. That the quickest way to lose half of your net worth is go get divorced but there's actually now this is this has got a little edge to it because this is from the mid to thousands around December of two thousand five there was a study from marriage and divorces impact on wealth. This doesn't say fifty percent. What did it say? The actual wealth impact says the average wealth trump is actually seventy seven percent as a result of divorce. So attorneys must be expensive record. Not only pay. which have left is just not a a wonderful wonderful endeavor? If you're thinking about wealth building this is the exact opposite of that so you just WanNa make sure that as you build resources wealth you understand how it can affect relationships. So let's talk about how you can ensure these. The money got tips to get you through all these issues. The first one is I want you to control and focus your inner voice now. Look you're like what the heck is he talking about. We all do it. You're not a Weirdo that you have something that goes on. You're constantly talking to yourself itself. At least I hope you are. That are either. You're the only one on hoping that most of you guys talk to yourself a lot more than you even probably we realize that we talk about the invisible hand of success mall the time on shows that you gotta wake up that invisible hand to get you from destination A.. Hey to be embiid is where you want to be in literally. So it's one of those things that that inner voice is so much more powerful at works with money at works with your success in your career. It definitely works in relationship so you have to focus on what that inner voice to say. One of the greatest piece of advice is one of the greatest pieces of advice vice. You ever gave me a brown. You gave this to me when I first got married and I was talking to you about because when you get married it's just unique figuring out how to live and work with someone else and you said here's what's really interesting about inner voice. We are our inner voice. All has a predisposition it's either inherently negative or inherently positive and. Sometimes you don't get to control where it starts which you do get to controls where it finishes and you can actually control troll. What the inner voice in your head saying I think when you refrained me to realize that it was a game changer that I could actually control what that voice was saying? Those those voices that you're whispering into your own head are more powerful than you realize so. Give them credit give them respect make it positive number two. You've got to find balance. I I know whenever I see the word balance when somebody especially because it makes me think of everybody's saying work life balance you know it's so touchy feely. And it's not really because I'm an analytical thinker on things but it really is embo. You said this don't prioritize career advancement for yourself over relationship building. What did you mean by that? A lot of folks they will go try to conquer the next mountain. Try to conquer the next. He'll try to go achieve success. Go do the next thing. Not Realizing the collateral damage that relationships whether it's significant others family children. Whoever it may be that they're leaving in the wakes he just had to be careful that getting the top of the mountain doesn't force you to sacrifice all the people that are along the journey with

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"bronner" Discussed on Trap House Variety Hour

Trap House Variety Hour

13:45 min | 2 years ago

"bronner" Discussed on Trap House Variety Hour

"The best in the world might I don't know any early restless now so like yeah you would think it would be maybe an opportunity to style on a little bit if you're just it's just a wrestling mat coach I mean it is wrestling matching I guess it's you know could be a bigger deal over there but then yet ikley there's that other community for just like how on the the podium boroughs in this the his Iranian competitor put their arms around each other and in engaged as is just as human beings and other competitors then that goes that goes right up against the the the modus operandi of this is the enemy this is a sub human this is this is somebody that deserves to die and so then that doesn't really fit with the narrator breath you know and so that's probably that's another driving reason why Iran wants to keep their competitors away from Israeli competitor she now we're even straight Jewish competitor's because I think this is also crossed over to where that they've had to face juice competitors sending other countries yeah so in yeah I kind of think that like to be in for Iran be in cop in the competition pool you should that should be allowed you know if you want to do that that's fine but then you can't compete you can't compete yeah maybe that's why they're throwing the match before the match I mean you can't even have athletes eligible like unless you if you want to have a team you have to say that you will compete against whoever the fuck otherwise if you're going to abstain from competing fuck up tournament somebody else could have been in your spot you know there's somebody else would have wanted your spot yeah so like get a kid their whole lives training to one Russell whoever that time winded actually actualize and be there yeah and I shouldn't say Rosa whoever because like I said the athletes you know a few find one athlete that would say would you compete against Israeli and they would say no you know any judo whatever so like the athletic commission whoever whoever athletic I don't know if it's I ac- that would make that decision like but they should they have to get Iran and be like Yo these are the rules you know if you don't want competing against Israeli athletes then you should not being our competition you know you can have you fucking up our brackets it's shit you know like they've been they've been dancing around the sink for seventy years you know yeah this happens all the time like I remember I mean I've seen this having wrestling before like there's a guy that like there was a guy I saw this video this is while ago where like this this coach hat this coach went over like starts putting ice on this kid's hand what is your guy and then kids like what the fuck you what are you doing you know he's God with this underhand he's like why are you putting his hands like well we're going to act like you have a a hand injury because if you wrestle the the guy from a is Israel the no bail the rest for Iran again you know so you know this is an old thing in wrestling that happens every now and then you know so it's not like a new issue you yeah I don't know I mean I don't know like other than that like Iranians are some of the best wrestlers fucking you've ever seen you know you definitely hate this hate to see no Iranian wrestlers now speaking of Iranian wrestlers the iron sheik was an Iranian amateur wrestler who tried out for his Olympic team in nineteen sixty eight I sixty eight and then he he emigrated to the United States and was a coach for the US Olympic teams in the Saturdays. That's crazy I didn't know that before then he you know he created the persona of the iron sheik into the dark side and innovated with his camel clutch camel clutch. him yeah and so the camel clutch for those not for those who don't know is where you sit on someone's back so their belly down okay you sit on someone's back and I'm not sure if your legs are behind the arms in front of the arms behind behind then he could lever you could lever there trap them a little bit okay so you're sitting on someone's high back your legs or in front of or behind their arms and reach you sorta Gable Grip under somebody's Chin that right and then you sit down harding sit hard and you Paul up their habits yeah fatality mortal combat ship fatality shit yeah is over after that hopefully fit and you know if I get somebody in belly down you know I'm just I'm usually trying to lake grapevine I'm trying to get my legs down in there so I can sort of put that pressure on their lower back but wait a minute should be gone for a camel clutch because like give it a shot now I mean I've a I've definitely gone for the Boston crab once or twice okay what's the Boston crowd the Boston crab is where Agana guys on his belly early grab his legs and you gotta rap inside out around his you've turned around now 'cause is the handled Fletcher facing the same direction down person has turned around so you this is super style well yeah I mean yeah okay so you turn around go ahead take me around and you grab the person's feet and you hook them under your armpits and then you sit down it's basically like imagine the Persian as Scorpion okay yeah and your your armpits their their shins or like under your armpits but yeah that you're bringing their shins towards their head and that's a very uncomfortable place yeah yeah that's not the place you want to be like when yeah when you like when you were you said you were like wake boarding or knee boarding or something like behind the other day or not today but like the day that's the last time I wake worded the last time I will well that was my first question is like when he wiped out I was like well did you Scorpion 'cause like that's like your your heels touched the back of your head you know because my my legs were attached to the kneeboard so I mean I guess I did maybe Scorpion a little bit but you know these planet is the water at high speed right face minded water in my neck just like crack it cracker crack you know so yeah this is a story I was I was knee boarding this was a couple of years ago a couple summers ago we'll have been on a newborn floor continues eight years whatever so I get up and on my feel pretty good I and a couple of thirty six and shit and sixty s all of it and then I started thinking my God but God side the wake are jumping you know some fucking action and I hit the I I got good speed coming back towards the wake to jump right but then you know I was just I was not practised I am leaned a little too forward like I wasn't able to land the jump because like settling in backwards I just let the boat carry me forwards yeah oh I see see that the the the okay see made the jump off the way I did get some air and so yeah you're caught on tape by the way this is on video really Okay I'd like to see this so you caught the air off the wake right of and glory is within your grasp about halfway through it I realise it's going badly like oh no I should've been leaning back a little bit yeah I was not leaning back and so so basically these knee boards are like they have a pointy tip right and so the kneeboard pointy tip entered the water. oh no I think I hit the water I my case like I was in the Air Oh that's how much of an Indo this yeah and it was at the was it just launch angle and your weight distribution was bad or that you held onto the rope and it just it brought you know ideally I would hang onto the rope and keyboard that's exactly right I didn't have the rips at all you know so I just face planted in like ever since like dude I was probably like try like nine or ten years old the first Stinger heavier in a Stinger what were you like paralyzed a little bit where like you hit you hit headed a certain angle and like you're you're you get this nerve pain down your arm and your fingers though nominal shifts Playing pickup hockey I got US Stinger in my hip somehow that froze my leg down I bet that yeah I've never had one my hip but where like I was I had a big impact in that I was I couldn't move my leg a little bit but it came back pretty quick I mean I didn't think I was permanently damaged but I was definitely a lot of fucking pain in my left leg right leg I can't remember which one was not working at the time you know do that sucks on your legs I'd never had one of my leg yeah it was Asti I don't know if somebody had a big impact on my hip or if I just came down on my hip hard but yet froze up pretty good I one I regard in little league football like I remember laying on the grasp in like feel like my arm is on fire in the coach goes well it's cold out here son it is not on fire yeah thanks so so yeah hit the water face I am UNNEC got twisted up you know just face I I wasn't prepared and I I luckily had a life jacket on I think I would have had some troubles I mean I probably would have been swim just wouldn't have been able to use my right arm but yeah and I was like I'm fucking done pull the boat on fucking done retired weekend tire for me boarding your career is over over forget about that shit well even as there's like bouncy he does rafts you know the people dragged on the boats royal offer can tune dude like just stubborn guy you know I don't ever Wanna I don't Wanna I don't WanNa die right on give up ever like I had my stepdad dragging me on those things you know trying to shake me off the thing and of course I didn't want to go off and he bounced me off the motherfucker and of course I have one arm on the on the slowly and of course I go in the water and the flutie so going the boasts of going and I'm not gonNA go dude I toured cater cough for no good reason after this Fennell for nothing for Glory Anna being on a bouncy on a raft being dragged the boat like like on anyone's tombstone is it like he like he could never be Kadumi stupid strong so anyways so that was my first shoulder injury for young people I think but I can't even I'm not even having fun I'm having a little bit of fun out there but I mostly just doing it because Jalen once we do I mean I guess I'd be all right with it yeah because I'm not hanging off of Shit if you one Bob I'm GonNa go you know so I actually quite and have fun with it you know in that I'm not there's I there's nothing at stake and I assume I get a an easy bump off that thing and I'm in the water it's I really can't get hurt their I don't think I can get ran over by boat or some shit but that's the only other problem with fucking lake of the ozarks Jeez boats everywhere bullets everywhere yeah motherfucker vice getting electrocuted in there. It's not just like netflix specials that people get electrocuted should happy really getting real this is real life how is that working out why so many people getting electrocuted because hillbilly wiring out there yeah there's also it's like there's high bacteria so once.

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"bronner" Discussed on Trap House Variety Hour

Trap House Variety Hour

43:04 min | 2 years ago

"bronner" Discussed on Trap House Variety Hour

"The special fungible loser edition and we talk about wearing haircuts while block here only on the variety ups yeah I mean I'll be will have their look Oh yeah I thank you strongest the second I had to put them in second number one are you close number two closing this is I was talking about this the other day at thank our last couple they would come and work out with them like fuck yeah you know so we you know me and like three or four other other guys good on there and suited up and got to wrestle with the could get your hands around the guy yeah there's differentiations just as hot I fire he had on shorts and a and a super Dan her weird in in that sense she was the stickiest person I think anybody that was there that day had ever unshaven you know but you know I I think it's a I think it's a I think it's a leading indicator of fucking high weirdness I also think it's a it's a leading indicator that we are very affluent society you know that that people can actually go on and have enough time to go on Google on bugging customize sex robots yeah and so I think that's a positive hang in that's like a leading indicator of a positive you know that that that we're on the right track in terms of our level of wealth and leisure time this funny and also the other thing about it is is that there's you know there's humidity these motherfuckers that that's the positive of the the Internet is that is it pulling from the crowd will yeah I'm sure that I'm sure there's a vendor of sex relatedness yeah I guess yeah involuntarily celibate anymore if you're dropping the Hammy on on Rijo Bot bridget the robot bridge like a robot yeah yeah well the The headline is sex robots with coding errors prone to violence could Strangle humans so that I mean this is a warning okay you've been warned okay all right Dr Collector now this is this it now this is this ridiculous right yeah I remember this now hookers of course is the this is the UK Daily Star polack all these articles that you're sending are like these aliases obviously lied of now but the Daily Star is a tabloid in London and you know in the old days of newspapers the tablets of train went up each other with the most sane stories you know they're still trying to do that online but that's the origin story of of the Daily Star so nick doll banger. I don't know I mean somebody fact check this result Pinger here's bricks warning all right brick. Listen to this whole thing is dog Dr Doll Bain Dr Doll Paging Dr Dos Doctored Albay here Paul can you come and there's a hospital sex robots plagued with coding errors could be prone to violent behaviors cleaning strangling an expert has worn an expert sex robots doll collector doll click okay this guy's on spectrum of bad news I mean he's a duckling the fears violent repercussions of robotics are not regulated properly. He believes that simple coding Erica turn AI girlfriends against their own I if they're equipped with free will so he's not gonna quit just Copa Robot with three will equip your sperm receptacle with free well thanks she's like I'm not really interested in being your sperm receptacle like hey I'm going out to starbucks pitch right yeah I've got my own friends I wanna go to yoga class yeah I'm GONNA go to school got to keep these joints loose circuits fiery brick this guy's this guy so bad the brick who has close ties with manufacturers real botox in abyss I assume those are hot sex doll robot makers told Daily Star online it scares me to death s a machine and it's always going to be machine discuss fucked an incredible amount of dogs dolls he's got relationships with all those companies these he's testing in paragraph about the should you know LE- dentists smashed ause see this is this is a decent thing I mean you know like this guy's not going to reproduce now in produce like we're doll Bain kids yeah yeah it's pretty much the end of the line how long before this it into like sperm donation and go to donate sperm in like fucking doll what do you mean like how long before sperm donation clinic start buying sex dolls and they're like oh you just going to fuck the doll and that's your donation browser well I mean well here's why I don't think that's ever into APP is because right now Plastic Cup does the job and that's like ten cents and through its also Aamer it's a it's a buyer's market in that people are willing to jerk off free and so six thousand six hundred and so I just thought you'd be you'd be fucking adult that a bunch of dudes as we're that is weird in I'm sure there's even a subset of this community should be like or like likes to bat second and third and fourth and fifth after you know they're the adults have been rock don't look at me like that these people exist out there I'm sorry to wake you up on this thing I'm just saying thank you Dr Golfing these people are out there and I'm not sure I'm not vouching for them they don't they're not living in my house or anything I'm just saying they're they're out there so this guy goes on to say you know these ulcer are going to be made of not just latex they're gonNA have motors and steel rods for Arms Geez watching him up fucking Balsa wood or something and so this guy well he can you caress Balsa Wood I I don't really know just put the plastic and rubber over out of something like that you can he everything can you like really style on this thing and I get it in reverse cowgirl and before that you were jacking off so you could just like you know you can just use your imagination okay yeah just take it a little easy on the machine or you could equip the doll a fucking steel hipbones and steal Tibias and steal fucking all that shit and she get like pissed off and fuck you up a. b. what's it GonNa be you gotta there's a trade off here buddiers attorney her doll banger danger doll banger danger banger unless you can stop with some kind of projectile like a gun or something like that if the sing out of control it could do some serious damage he added this code simple as that might have bad goat this is probably like a as he's as he's writing his review he he dislike cuts and Pastes sends it to this tabloid you know you probably sent this to the company to like I'm a little worried that this Dole could fucking strangled I say he's just he's Tram Bang Bang the daubing or drum or you now get out there yeah he's he's on you know then he actually gets into some kind of catch wrestling shit here he says and it wouldn't stop until these things occurred put it this way it could put his arm around her neck to stop you from breathing and you wouldn't be able to get away from it something as simple as that simple hug could be constriction that literally compress your chest and airway in stopping breathing so yeah so well okay don't Hook them up to the Internet mcgrew talking about a little bit ago you don't want somebody hacking your doll in like you know injuring you or like killing you you know well there is I do follow on twitter person called the Internet of Shit and also building and this is all their subject matters they talk about smart home stuff well the the Internet of should also talked about smart dildos that end smart vibrators and so that's an actual living non living that's an actual thing that's actually happening today that there is there is on the market right now deal mark dildos yeah what what do they do though like what smart about them like I can just use them for my phone like I can control it for my phone that might be one of the key things you could join with the the other thing is maybe like there's a a certain cadence or like a vibration sequence may be program and if you like it you can save to the wet like on your all night in program like a vibration for certain person that calls or whatever the other thing is is that like if you have a long distance relationship with someone and you this you you think this is one of the ways you can stay connected with that person is that perhaps like that person you could facetime a person he while you do that then you could also control the vibrator sounds like a people are getting up to these things it's not you know I'm I'm happy for them I it's up it's so there's some positives in this whole thing you know yeah it's good to keep a relationship going you know what you have to do but you're you're at risk of you know if some somebody wants to hijack your fucking Dildo experience can hijack that that already yeah which I guess wouldn't be the worst thing you know it'd be unfortunate but that's not what the big deal there kill you can't kill you yeah I don't know what would they do to kill you with the programmable dildo I don't know I mean maybe you should take that mind urge turn it up as much as making explode or something I heard it up so hyped in over the safety the safety sequence yeah the because didn't you share like a like an engine exploding did I on snapchat that might not have been you but somebody's like send us a video of like an engine in a car in the car fucking count on fire and exploded I don't think I did but these things have a they have for now yeah explodes explodes now you're dead your new play yourself horribly maimed the very least the other guy that covers a lot of this in addition the Internet of Shit is a Harry Shearer whose late show boy yeah a weekly show and he talks about you know all the the this smart technologies that of course failing and put you at risk of just not only hacking risk but a lot of the smart technology sometimes it doesn't get supported enough in the ship's breaks and so now you're fucking again your fridge is GonNa break anyway at some point but now it's like you're adding a news a new ability or new way for the fridge break newer option for your shit to get fucked up I had some kid come over to the house and he was only smart home technology like door to door right alarm systems and I don't know maybe as thermostats all shit I told the kid the very simple I said I want to dumb house you know I I you know that's it simple I want light switches smart fucking light bulge kidding me like I don't I don't need to control fucking light bulbs from my phone it'd be nice to like it would be nice to like okay say may Ango to the airport and we you know we forgot to turn the heat now it'd be nice to fucking be able to turn the down right but what's the trade-off you know by by by getting all that functionality you're basically giving somebody else access to do that it now so you're given up by getting functionality given obscurity you know there's this there's this quote by a CAN Thomas Jefferson May in these says the like those who would those who give up safety those who give already for safety deserve neither liberty nor safety or some shit like that and it's Kinda the same idea you know like you can give up you can get the all that shit but you're giving up a piece of security just like in general you know and you know you can make alive for nobody does anything militias to you already given up plenty of security so it's like your house Kinda like there's already I mean if you think about it I guess there's already all kinds of insecure should here we got phones that our PRI- listened to US maybe who knows no you and I were having a conversation earlier and fucking see so yeah that that's that's security versus freedom tradeoff is you know especially mm nine eleven the ultimate watershed moment for the security versus safety trade offs that we have made as a country the okay and so that goes for that goes for the ability the government has to listen to your communication with your phone the Patriot Act the ability for the government to watch the transactions you have with your bank and the ability for you to travel and now it's getting down to the point of the ability for you to carry cash you know in so where the way we could be living we could you on a path where one hundred dollar bill is suddenly outlawed you know in addition when she killed underdog building that you probably kill all cash at all you know and then from there then it's pure it's a pure bank wire transaction everything has to go through a US bank the you know that's that's not my opinion is very scary place agree this no good that's that you you give it up too much control that the state essentially you know like the the any any bank that gets your information office is basically like co-signed by the state you know so yeah the banks will always do that because the banks the banks have a very close relationship with with with the state and that the state is the money supply and the state of course allows the doors to be open or closed you know in the so it's it's the.

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"bronner" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

14:11 min | 3 years ago

"bronner" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Com tested dot com before information. Everybody it is wednesday evening name time for american wine or on podcast trait dot com. How's everybody doing joining me in studio today for the first time since winter of two thousand eighteen a year and a half ago oh we talked about our shitty hospice job that we had for a couple years mr ellicott johnson and nate hopkins. Hey guys doing awesome. I'm good <hes> and joining us for the very first time as a as a fellow who's part of this <hes> friend group and who <hes> who wanted to get in here <hes> we've talked about this. I mean probably since the podcast was started in here. You finally are mr bronner. Hey hey good to see man. <hes> so we're talk about a whole bunch of shit we already had very lively conversation before the podcast even started <hes> nate and i were talking. Politics was making a comment about about <hes> what the podcast room would be good for <hes> in terms of sexual interest in terms of in terms of its soundproofing roofing but i figured rangel's listening tonight. Rachel is touches wife to just clear on that <hes> yeah. We've been talk that <hes> we you know we're we're gonna. We're gonna try and keep it relatively civil here <hes> but i also told him this is the internet so nate shaking his head so that says it all right right there but yeah i figured the topic and we don't we can talk about whatever the hell they want but i figured that the topic that i started off with is up north capital u. u. Capital in which is something. You guys talk about a lot. I've done it a few times with not disguise it with the u._n. Yeah i did not make that. I've always thought of it in my head up north act opposite <hes> what sounds really bad but we can <hes> how do we well. Let's think about that because it's the exact opposite of the u._n. So what is the u._n. And then what is up north compared to the u._n. That makes it. The exact adopt visit for fun would be the first thing that i would. I would think start you end. Bradley's not the fun trip. I'd wanna make so anyway but yeah so you guys you guys go to a cabin <hes> outside of claire. I'm going to be doing this the whole hour man it's going to be there's going to be a comment and i'm just going to be like okay back on topic <hes> but <hes> you guys go up north to this place <hes> <hes> i mean i it's it's in the middle of the mitten sorta right. It's it's also it's middle of the state. It's like <hes> two and a half three hour drive from metro detroit and it's like paradise for whatever the heck you want whether it's hunting or just getting getting away or fishing getting stopping the approach by the road to getting stuck at the approach bar the road. There's like a you get snowed out or or something is that what that is i got to track going is yeah. It's a two track plow. What does the sixty one there and they just plow that shit right up to the side and you try try to drive in in there with anything but a pickup truck. Stop immediately. What what did we have have to pull out of the ditch dodge caliber some shit yeah that's right. Somebody tried to get on there if you have. I have four wheel drive. Just don't even fuck it. Try to get there. What the hell is the dodge caliber. I've never even it doesn't matter. I think that's why you alex had a smart idea. Yeah 'cause i remember one time. You went up there and parked at the sheriff's station yeah for your car. I don't even remember what i was driving. Was that when i had the civic must've been made amen or even before that you've always drove to wheel cars. I have i have i've had i've had every kind of sedan. There is about a four and a honda chevy audible can make you know pick. You have to get a cheap alex. Elliott has to have a jeep wrangler yeah <hes> yeah my youngest brother as a jeep grand cherokee county loves added a whole bunch of shit to it. He's learning about how to at shit onto a car. He's already mod modified it with a bunch of different stuff. That'd be a conversation for you to to have i. I didn't make that connection. I forgot that you guys like gps but i don't but they're good. If you like ross to continue with our last conversation is is that redneck timeshare right the hunt club. He's got. It's like what two hundred acres four hundred four hundred a._m. And what's it's the story with that. How did you guys come by. Oh it was a family friend of ours that <hes> they actually had eight hundred acres before that they had at square mile while the whole way right up to the side of a two lane fifty five mile an hour freeway that you know got passed along from. I'm like the forties or fifties on down and guys got together to conserve it and make sure it stayed for hunting purposes and <hes> <hes> getting away from whoever or whatever and just have no retreat and so. That's what it was there's cabin. That's what's the square footage of. It starts as probably about a thousand twelve hundred square foot. There's there's an outhouse there no running water. There's a well there cook fire and it's gone through about three different renovations between forest fires and the original place burnout didn't yeah what year was that <hes> the original would have been built like the early sixties and there was a shack like a ten in by ten shack that got burnt down in the early seventies. I may be wrong on the timelines the land that you you your family has owned owned that that long it's not my family i'm part of the hunt club <hes> but we're close with the family that does own it has just to hack up along there <hes> and so those the sorry so there's like a guy that owns the property and in everyone pays dues so it's not owned by the hunt club studio kind of its oh you've come in one one couple of guys on it and then everybody else pays their share and they get to use it. Absolutely there's one guy that you know that's where it was their families property they branched out to be able to cover some the taxes and everything else and be able to enjoy nature and we've been lucky enough to enjoy added. So when did your family get into it though because you were the first one out of the three of you to do it right yeah well so my dad my dad graduated in <hes> i think seventy six and so that's about how long that he's been a part of it and then got in pretty early though it started in the early sixties then you you know the harmful your day was friends with the son of correct the original owner of the correct yep yep which that's where it would be nice if that kind of stuff continued on and you know in the future with all property through michigan that's my p._s._a. Yeah well if you're anything like you. It's probably hard to keep friends. Don't want that nate when did you. When did you get involved in it then <hes> well. I'm not actually part of the club oh but but you you still go up there though like you hang out with with with alec in on the last podcast we actually talked about about the first time i went up was with brett and it was when his he has put his dog yeah yeah. It was a fun experience around yeah and i remember the first time i was there. I probably said this back on the first time you guys around the podcast to <hes> but that was we went over to where sable right just buried uh-huh poured went out for so yeah and so the whole tradition kind of started with that and the dog up in the future. They're like well. This dog died from alcohol bottle caps but let's <hes> we we went up that time in december like a week enter to before christmas and that kind of started tradition you know for five six seven years. I don't remember how long we went but that's what we did. We went up in december and that's kind of what we you. You know we're planning on talking about but <hes> that's how that whole tradition starters alex like hey come up to the cabin and i don't think brett over me had been up before that. I didn't even know nate. Hardly he's an asshole on right now and i am it works but well so i was lucky enough to bridges together. We wouldn't ever been president. I br breads kind of the glue that holds the whole group together. Really i got to say and i i. I know i've told you guys this before. I may have mentioned it to you. Maybe it was the first time i went up with six is the first time i went was in two thousand eleven. That was the very first time you guys know. Actually i went up when i was younger too but it was in march it was. I don't even remember when that was that was yeah but brett. There's a character if i'm going to stay with me here. There's everybody remember. The old nick tuned doug yet. Duda duda did it dude got so there is a character on on doug named skunk beaumont. Everybody knew everybody knew this kid. They'd say ski beaumont. Did this outrageous thing. Did you hear so whatever the plot plot of the episode was said they find this monster swamped. I heard skunk beaumont. You know caught. This giant frog wants you know but you never see skunk beaumont the entire fucking in series i think he got introduced once it moved over to disney but but on nickelodeon you did not see skin was ski beaumont for me throughout high school because i always here this brett brown or kit from all sorts of different friend groups and i was like is this guy exist and i didn't meet you until that twenty eleven which was what was was it six years seven years after i graduated high school and what was hilarious. Is you live next door to the guy that i hung out with in high school too and i still never new who york yeah the clark's yeah so so that was very interesting too because you look nothing like when i was picturing but it was it was like oh yeah ed bronner this threat bronner that and and was it wasn't even like you know only one particular group of friends. It was like you know i'd hear this popular kids say something something here another kid who's into hunting say something here this was about the pants is yeah when i when i hang out with brad i knew him through a mutual friend ban. All of us remain yeah except alex yeah well. I was two years older than you guys right and still ham butt and he just kept coming around you know and users like running from the get. I don't know friends friends friends. Friends friends are just angry but man like tell tell us about like 'cause you sorry sorry i did not go ahead. Tell us about that so tell us about that. I ended up to you guys you. That was the one where you <hes> buried. Save sorry to keep bringing it up while so go go yeah. How did you know we were burying the dog. Show i put it in the bed of the truck and it was full rigor mortis but it was a sweet dog doug was dead after the dog was buried with the dog. Let all her insci- out on the inside all of us very the dog and then shot two shots leslie dug through the ground in the middle of winter. Did you guys hunt that weekend. Started gotten into hunting elegant introduced us to i think the only thing we saw was porcupines finds. All we can porcupines mayor woodpecker yeah <hes> there was go up there. We were small all game haunt me and bradford just kind of getting into it and you know attempt he he like like he was a seasoned vet. I just knew the rule book and how to break it yeah but you guys had no experience you britain nate had no experience variance hunting before that than not really you guys up in that. I yeah a little bit from you. Know like middle school age <hes> my mom's ex was big hunter so he kinda got me into it and we did some pheasant haunts the deer houghton <hes> <hes> nothing too successful on my part but <hes> i kind of fell out of it throughout high.

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"bronner" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"bronner" Discussed on Get Up!

"We are ready for another hour of get upcoming. He was always live from above the Heineken river decade. Pier. Seventeen with and Jalen ingredient Maria another Ryan and Sean fun of in the house, and we're jam packed. We're getting up with LeBron. Because this is the day. We never believed. It was coming. It's over for the Lakers. And he knows it. So what comes next we're getting into that in one minute. Plus I received even more unhappy the brunt does this team can still win the whole thing or canvasing. We're talking about the Celtics and half. They can fix their struggle in a moment. Where did the two quarterbacks everyone is talking about? Why in the draft Ryan tells you as our sees the football future, which starts today? That's get up right now with LeBron James and the Lakers hosting the clippers. This would seen. Jalen has lebrons last stand. And he would do it. Without Brandon Ingram. He's sitting out with an injury. So right shoulder. They let so many injury problems this year. So the Bronner early he's trying to get some offense going and he put them up by four in the second quarter, gorgeous, passive Rajon, Rondo who would have tripled up. He will. But they're no on and off switch in the NBA and people were fascinated when the Bronx eight he was time to activate in order put his playoff run for the opponents heard that too and no one activated on defense. Look good if he's giving up offensive rebounds. And what this is automatically going to result in mantras. How would it fairly easy bucket? The defense is terrible amongst players that deserve consideration. But most improved player mantras hair to be in that conversation. Here's the final half minute of the first half. And LeBron with the slow roll up to save for that. He works both ways you could get your two for one..

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"bronner" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"bronner" Discussed on Get Up!

"Durant. It's Jay will and many more, by the way, Katie average, twenty six points a game against Tony Allen. There's that right. There you go. That'd be shut him down. Thank you. Kevin. Thanks for doing this. Good luck. With the new show. We'll see at the all star game. Thanks, very much Arcady Preuss Preuss. Kevin Durant. And so interesting, look, he's he's he's such a to me. It's such an interesting person. One of the reasons that the NBA is in the position that it's in now is going back now multiple decades they've done a very good job of allowing their superstars to be the league. And he is clearly become that what did you take away from that conversation? First and foremost, well, I'll tell you something I take away from the conversation. And this show is that he's vulnerable enough to be in the room with some brilliant minds and beautiful part about katie's that he doesn't come across preachy. Right. It's not like, I'm telling you. What to do? I'm telling you how to run business. He's you kind of learning with him. You're learning with all of us this whole process. We're trying to gain information. I think that's the beautiful part about his personality. He's a savage twenty four seven on the court. But off the court. He also wants to continue to learn and what I like about it is that when you look at generations. You've got a guy like Michael Jordan that created the Jordan brand. And you see Tiger Woods kinda take it from there. And even LeBron James LeBron is doing now k D's Kadian Bronner going to leave this. In a much better place. Where guys that are fifteen years old that are going to be the future superstars are looking the day. They get into this league to network and become businessmen into become executives. And I think a lot of that. And even he mentioned, he's like, hey, I saw my peers doing things, and I had ideas that I wanted to kind of maximize fair enough. Let's go back to the basketball piece of this though because I think that's what most of the audiences interested in what about his explanation for? He wanted to get that stuff off his chest last week to send a message to all of the reporters that'll be around him for the rest of the year. I'm not talking about this anymore. I get so frustrated with us, you know, ten years ago, he's here from reporters. Well, we won't athletes to be their authentic. So people you really are. And then athlete is there to sell them. And then send us an issue like it would bother a lot of people. And it's easy to sit on say don't let it bother you. I understand that. But all normal people in the day, and he spoke his mind he got through. And now he's on to the next. And this is what people have to understand, especially I learned this IMB living in New York where it was the New York Post the daily news star ledger where it was. All of the all of these everyone's fishing for a story. Everyone has to write something original. So sometimes people go through areas that they probably shouldn't try and get an original. It's what was the end of your career you played with LeBron James in Cleveland at a time when he was the biggest star in sports he remains that. And you saw him deal with that. How did you see him navigate it relative to the way Kevin is do well, even and that's crazy. Because in Cleveland, there's not as much like the brand brings that attention. It's definitely a circus. But it's just very very difficult even for bron-. I think he's a very closed off at times like he only talks to certain people at certain times, he's very tactical with that. But I think it's just it's taxing on any player having to constantly deal with all sorts of issues like ham and Katie have to do or maybe that's why Braun and you create it uninterrupted. So he has his own platform. So he could tell you what he actually thinks his words and are going to be twisted. He loved on his Derek Jeter has done this Kate. He's doing this with the boardroom..

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"bronner" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"bronner" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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The 2018 Nobel Prize Winners Fight Cancer, Create Greener Chemicals

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

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The 2018 Nobel Prize Winners Fight Cancer, Create Greener Chemicals

"The Nobel prize for peace has made some eccentric choices in recent years. The premature garlanding of Barrack Obama in two thousand nine. The uninspiring selection of the European Union in two thousand twelve and the some. What will this do recognition of the international campaign to abolish nuclear weapons lost year? All of which is to say nothing of the tonnage now gathering upon the nineteen Ninety-one award to Sangsue Chee. If this is prize was driven at all by a desire to avoid controversy. It nevertheless could not have gone to more clearly deserving people. The Iraqi is e. d. activists Nadia Murad and the Congolese gynecologist Dennis mcquaid for their advocacy of for the victims of sexual violence during war. Earlier, I spoke to laws provider monocle Oslo correspondent laws. First of all, what reason of the Nobel prize committee given for a deciding to anoint Denis mcquade. Nadia Murad in the reasoning. They said that both of them have given a voice onto face to both the victims of sexual violence in conflict, and those who tried to do something about it. They said that sexual violence is a weapon of war, and hence it belongs within the realm of the the piece price. And these people have been putting their their own lives at risk really to to highlight this issue, don't think those much in the way of meaningful dealt that either of these people are thoroughly deserving winners, but how sensitive to general prevailing politics of the Nobel peace committee. This is obviously being the year of the metoo movement which is highlighted sexual violence not merely in warfare, but in many, many other fields I think on right in saying it's a year to the days. It's the New York Times published at six z of Harvey Weinstein. There is of course the. Backdrop of the ongoing attempts to confirm, but cavern it to the supreme court. Would they be attempting to reflect the time somewhat in choice of winter. I mean, the the bell piece price always did a political price price reflecting the times we live in, it's a sort of a misconception perhaps that the peace prize has to go to someone who has worked for and achieved piece. Sometimes it goes to people who are working to achieve peace. Think back to Barrack Obama very contentious price back in two thousand nine with eight, really not a chief anything at all, but it is reflecting live in whether it reflects me to. They didn't mention me too movement, but the issue of sexualize violence in conflict and in war is an age old problem. Then the quake has been nominated for many many years and been tipped as a phone Bronner for many years. So this is not a new issue as search. But of course it does reflect the time we live. In with me to compaign as well. It has become very, very topical and other point to to look at his. Actually, it's ten years also this year since the UN resolution which defined sexualize violence as a war, crime along with other types of war crime. So yes, he's topical price, but the Nobel compete doesn't necessarily try to be sort of up to date if you like with the current trends, as you mentioned referring to the award of the prize to president Barrack Obama very, very early in his term. The prize has often been contentious and, and this year, of course, there's been at least one Bill peace prize, which has become somewhat tarnished in retrospect, that being the one awarded to saying Suci, obviously the committee could not have known at the time, the trajectory that her career would embark upon. But this suggestions that being in mind, they've decided to try and play it a little bit safe this year. It's hard to say that the prices. Spin controversial since the get go, really, the will of for Nobel was written in eighteen ninety five. The first piece price was in nineteen bomb and that went to the Red Cross, and there was criticism already than from year one, but this is nothing to do with peace. Of course, you could argue that the red crosses everything to do with peace and the the work to promote the brotherhood of mankind. As it says in the the will of Alfred Nobel. So it's always been controversial. Don't think Lebel committee is keeping in mind that

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