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Charlie Bit My Finger Video to Be Taken off YouTube After Selling for £500,000

TIME's Top Stories

01:53 min | 4 months ago

Charlie Bit My Finger Video to Be Taken off YouTube After Selling for £500,000

"Charlie bit my finger is about to leave youtube forever. Here's why by race. A brunner. Charlie and harry davis car or just babies one and three years old when they became unintentional internet superstars. The charlie bit my finger video filmed and posted on youtube by their dad. Howard back in two thousand seven became an instant classic of internet culture. Matthew a product manager at youtube at the time remembers the company's fascination with the early viral hit this video in particular really captivated the entire world imagination. Lee says over. Google meat from taipei where he is now living and working. It was really really amazing to see that. Internally it's literally the definition of a viral video an entire genre of entertainment the organic viral video blossomed in its wake the subjects becoming mean stars. Fourteen years later. It's still one of youtube most popular videos with over eight hundred eighty million views. But if you want to see this seminal clip in full you'll have to watch before may twenty third twenty twenty one charlie bit. My finger is about to leave youtube forever to be sold to a private owner during an online auction on may twenty second when the video will join the ranks of many pieces of digital art cashing in on the recent craze for nf. Tease or non. Fungible tokens for the davies. Car family sought this opportunity themselves. It's a chance to further capitalize on their accidental. Swipe at fame establish themselves as a valuable piece of digital history and hopefully secure extra funds to go towards educating charlie harry now fifteen and seventeen and their two younger

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Show #51 "Wow" Three Headliners! Mayberry, Bruner, & Apio - burst 2

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

01:52 min | 8 months ago

Show #51 "Wow" Three Headliners! Mayberry, Bruner, & Apio - burst 2

"Resolve using the other night. Getting word or just talking to somebody gussied up. Came flying out of the humor. That we're never heard gussied up major all dressed up so i'd like something horrible hamden sheriff. It'd be going. Yeah wait vitamin it did. Because by the time actually real word. I looked it up. It's actually in the dictionary. I thought it was colloquialism. But it's a real word gussie. Its past tense in the dictionary. There's no verb form to it. There's no to gusts are too big. How you get this. Somehow you get gussie remaining way to play while hose down or something deep gushy wiltshire must hurt. Mingo a party reason. They were going to get here and mingle is. He'll can get your hands all greasy. I didn't like reading about me. You know looking for me. I've been made into the party. License like merged word. I've been living out in southern california for ten years. I'm a bad driver. Now when i come on free weight. Eighty miles an hour away. Birds emerged in mainland. Get out of the way i mean. Hurry and i'm lost. That was jack mayberry out of texas. I'm sure you cut the accent. Very funny guy always had great stories.

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Even Cooperative Chess is Hard

Data Skeptic

04:07 min | 8 months ago

Even Cooperative Chess is Hard

"Hi i'm josh. Brunner master student at mit right now. Science so my research is primarily about the algorithm and complexity of puzzles and games for example. I think we're talking about here. Why proved the peace based harnessed of retro chests. A form chess puzzle and obviously we'll i think we'll spend most of our time talking about chess but just more broadly. Can you comment on games. In general everyone has a sense of what it is but maybe not. An appreciation for the mathematical definitions. What's a game to you. There's many forms of it like there's simple abstract games that are like them or like graph games like geography that well known studied in computer science. And there's also your traditional board games you might play settlers catanha's one law people know and chess of courses are so well known game go and there's also card games and all of these you actually think about the complexity of like how hard it is to determine whether you can win from a given position or like what moves her legal position and what about chess in particular makes it interesting. I in chess has chosen part. Because it's a canonical well-known game and i've been playing since i was little and enjoy the game a lot. The rules are nice and simple elegant. Which makes it easy to think about. And the peace movements. There's just enough kinds of peace movements to for pretty complicated puzzles positions. Like it's known that chess is exponential time complete. So you can't solve. Who wins a chess game in less than exponential time and that to my understanding we have that firm separation that is definitely worse than polynomial so knowing the chances. Xp time seems rather hopeless or my looking at the situation with two dire of ice. That means that yes. We probably won't ever be able to fully solve chess. This is different from those things like chess engines and such like. We're really doing here. Showing the absolute worst case is that you cannot make an algorithm that runs reasonably efficiently. Show for any chest position whether or not you could win but you can certainly give very good heuristic and that doesn't prevent you from solving like reasonable cases. It might only be the case that bad hard cases are actually that long so asking these broad questions about can. This player wind from this position have obvious value to the game of chess and a chess player might like to have oracle. It could answer a question like that but it's not the only interesting question a what are some of the other things one might wanna know about a game of chess or a particular board configuration so natural question that we ask the paper whether you can reach a position. Legally this is a common type of chess puzzle known as retro chess puzzle. Or you get some crazy position you say. Could this dish ever be legally reached and these puzzles will involve some nonsense with cast lying or entente or like. You'll have to do this. really deep. calculation figurative to king could legally not moved for the entire duration of the game so far or might be like a bishop that's in an impossible location and can only have got their via parotid pawn and these are quite interesting as to sort of hobby to solve them. But i think our papers the first time and looked at them from a academic standpoint. There are some things in there. I don't know if you've used the word annoyance but that ability to capture upon and converted to another piece certainly opens up a lot of passive exploration. Let's say a simpler game like i couldn't capture pawn and convert that to the bishop as you describe. It might be easier to say. Oh obviously it could never have arrived at this position. But for that one weird case that you were describing and that one weird case that we might not even seen a lot of chess games if you wanna have a complete algorithm it certainly has to capture it and that's one that is sort of like a point of discontinuity to me right. As soon as that piece has changed. The rules have changed but the experience of the game changes quite a bit. Are there any special things you need to do. To account for the dynamics of that game or you really just looking more at simulating broad sets of possible games for our paper we looked at. We didn't need any of those weird rules actually while they're interesting for creating puzzles did like humans like solve in of complexity all we need is the basic movement pieces. We never care about promoting on passat or casting. Actually don't even use kings in the entire proof that kings are just like left at home when we say we don't need the kings to prove us

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Show 43 "The Good, Bad, and the Ugly" Jeff Wayne/Steve Bruner - burst 2

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

00:58 sec | 10 months ago

Show 43 "The Good, Bad, and the Ugly" Jeff Wayne/Steve Bruner - burst 2

"I add some funding experience on a cruise ship. Those of you that have gone have to back me up for the people that haven't gone and it's first day of the cruise ship. They scare the hell out of me to get everybody on the ship and then they have a a fire. Lifeboat group welcome aboard prepared to die. They don't stop scaring you their dress. You up those fancy lifejacket. What color orange. bright orange. same color as fishing lure. There's some incentive to make it to the lifeboat. Bill goes down. That means you're dressed as bait. You're nothing but a bobber they give you that. Little shark attuned whistle. Here sharkey argues arguing over here. He i

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"brunner" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:33 min | 11 months ago

"brunner" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"News, Traffic and Weather News Radio 700 W ell delegate Cincinnati About 2020, which is going to be bigger than when we have to win over well release. He's an election update on 700. This is the A 30 report on Sandy Collins breaking now. AP and NBC are calling Mitch McConnell the winner over any McGrath in Kentucky with about 62% of the results in McConnell is ahead. 55% Touma grants 41% again. These are unofficial results in early Ohio is leading Ah, with Joe Biden right now, 60 to 40% over the president. Still not calling that race for the congressional seats in Ohio early votes Iran Steve Chabot and Kate Schroeder. He is ahead 58% to 38 for Kate, but it's still very early in District two in Congress, Republican Brad Wind Strip is ahead in early voting. Taking a look at the Supreme Court. The Democrats, John O'Donnell, is tied with Sharon Kennedy for her seat on the high court. While Jennifer Brunner is leading the incumbent Republican Judy French 60 to 40 again still early over in Indiana Governor Holcomb has been sent back to the capital reelected again and NBC is calling President Trump for the Wind in Indiana in the presidential race. Here in Ohio, Biden is leading the president 55 to 43%. We're going to get more now from ABC News..

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Providence received approximately $509 million in grants

KIRO Nights

05:38 min | 1 year ago

Providence received approximately $509 million in grants

"Let's talk about hospitals here for a second week we just spend some time with Jim Brunner talking about the the unemployment stamp that has been devastating people in the hundreds of millions of dollars out of the pockets of of folks who desperately need it here in Washington and it I can't help but draw a comparison to what some hospitals are doing in the area and I'm not talking about the the smaller places that have very thin operating budgets that basically the the the money that they bring in can can pay for payroll for the next week or two I'm talking about the big big places one of them being Providence health system it's one of the the largest and richest hospital chains here in the United States now they they've got this spring this is according to New York times they got at least five hundred nine million dollars in government funds smaller pore hospitals are receiving a pittance compared to that in Providence is sitting on about twelve billion dollars in cash which it invests it's got like stock portfolios there's no discernible difference at least to me between what happens on Wall Street and what this supposedly not for profit hospital system is doing yeah I mean this is been the problem with the not for profit hospital system is been in did these complaints are not limited to this I think it was a Providence hospital in a in the one in Everett I think that that fire to the emergency room doctor low right was complaining that they were not following safety procedures with with with new brand new with this the very front end of the the pandemic a brand new coronavirus patients they're testing people in the parking lot or something along those lines yeah it in so you have these not for profit in the whole way you get not for profit status if you are a hoot if your hotel the hospital chain is you traded that to that means you get a tax break a significant one you trade that to the government by providing charity services in other words you do pro bono work on people in the community it's always many of these hospitals fall way short you have the very creative accounting on what actually was charity work or they just don't do it at all with no real teeth behind it and to see a company sitting on billions of dollars collect billions of dollars right in aid is a little bit along the same lines as what we saw with that with the but the bond houses and with the investment firms and with the banks back in the in the in the mortgage crisis collecting people who had caused the problem then collecting on the problem yeah it would seem to a lot of people to be pretty deeply offensive although we didn't care to have the political courage to actually change it in a manner that would help us this is another situation where these for profit or rather non not for profit which is not non profit not for profit hospital right there have a medially put their strong the drink as soon as the government said you know we have eight to provide they lined up even with sitting on significant assets now they'll okay they'll tell you that you know this this money was available we had to get even the people doling out the the relief money that they'll tell you we will priority was getting it out right we didn't want to sit on it and come up with systems and develop a system to take the time to double and triple check things because this was an emergency and people needed that money but I would I would argue that will take your check K. can you look at the balance of the place and know that if somebody is is sitting on you know ten billion dollars whatever it may be that that that supposedly is for emergencies right that's an emergency fund that's that's and that's the savings account that you go into when you need to tap it because something catastrophic has happened yeah what else is out for it was not you would be very very difficult to say this was an oversight I think that the one of the problems that happened with the relief is that it really wasn't earmarked toward small businesses everyone claimed it was it was earmarked toward business and the big businesses were much I mean when you have a team of people including attorneys and accountants that can get your paperwork in very quickly and when you have a lobbyist who actually has the the the call list of local lawmakers run you have those things you're going to get to the front of the line and this is what happened with with companies like Providence another company that we saw from the the paycheck protection program relief aid who lined up immediately to get their snouts in the trough again and then take the bulk of what was supposed to be for companies that were on the brink and it's a shame because I don't actually mind so much on the paycheck protection and if these are if it's actually helping people who are minimum wage people as it was with as much of it was designed to do I think that's great if it's helping people to hire in the scale I hope there is a cut off point for it and I appreciate that as well I don't know that I am worried about as much about somebody making three hundred K. a year when the patient protection thing rolled out and in the end the judge the law didn't worry about the mother which was which was terrific about it but this particular one in Providence and other hospital chains that are the the not for profit hospital chains it it wouldn't bother me if they were at

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Veronica Moberly (Okanagan)

The Storyteller

06:00 min | 1 year ago

Veronica Moberly (Okanagan)

"Style. Welcome my friends to the storyteller who you'll find first nations people from across native North who are following. Jesus Christ without reservation. Veronica has had her share of hardships. She knows what abuses what it's like to hide in fear and the grief of losing unborn children but through it all. She has found hope and strength. And God. Hi I'm Rhonda I'm overly. I'm originally from Upper Nicola Indian band which is near Merit BC. The reserve is in two parts called co Shanna and sleek. I lived oncle. Shanna I was born out of wedlock and was rejected by my biological dad. That was a really hurtful thing. Actually it really ripped my heart tore my heart and at the same time. I almost felt some anger towards that and knowing that this biological dad lift only an hour away from me and never tried to calm here. Never tried to write to me is a really really hurtful thing to know about and then meeting them again later in my life. I met him in person and again I was rejected but to me. A I've forgiven him. I pray for him that he will come to the lert someday. But through God's help I think he helps me to not to carry that on in my life as a kid I remember. I really enjoyed being by myself. I fold up my mom's laundry rather was cleaner. Not put it in that dressers and they. I'd like to help her with housecleaning him. Taking the bread dough of her fingers a sweeping the floor with a humongous. Brunner was taller than me. And and meanwhile my sister that was four years younger than me was a tomboy and she liked to go and bury dead. Animals can go and play cars. That can make my pies and my other sister was too young to go. She was inside and the members of my family they drink alcohol and so that was a really scary part of my life and I didn't see any good results of alcohol for example like my grandpa always came home when when he did come home drunk. He showed his anger and that's when his resentment came out. My grandma and my mom were abused because of that and then we hid away in fear until he would fall asleep and I just even. It's so clear even to this day. How scary it was. And I didn't think that was a good thing for your child. Go through and and I ended up having nightmares. I I'd be trying to crawl crawl up the walls or something trying to get away from my grandpa and finally my mom had met a special man in her life and we moved in with him and he taught us a child's prayer and that was when I was nine years old. During that time I went to Kids Bible Club. There's a missionary from North American Indian mission shared a kids club and I was told that I accepted the Lord but to me I was really wasn't sure of my decision. So at the age of Lebanon. Twelve say didn't really understand the Bible but my mom sat down with me and she read versus me. And that's when I accepted the Laurie would they mean by accepting the lured into my life. Just recognizing that I am a sinner in that that I need to be saved. That can't save myself from my own sense. And so just knowing that guy sent his only send to come on earth in human form is a baby to eventually grew up to be a man and to die for for my sins die so that we could be cleansed by that I could be cleansed. His yet he died and then he rose again in three days. And that was God's gift to US although I don't deserve the lured saving me. He saved me because he loved me. And he's the guy that didn't reject me. Lert really blessed me with an awesome Stepdad.

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Puberty Starts a Year Earlier for Girls Now Than in the 1970s

Parenting: Difficult Conversations

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Puberty Starts a Year Earlier for Girls Now Than in the 1970s

"Puberty starts earlier than you. I think so. Start talking about it. Now that's right. Puberty can kick in as early as eight or nine years old especially for girls and you know this is a huge transformation formation physically emotionally and mentally for one thing. Dr Brunner says the architecture of our frontal lobes which is the part of the brain that regulates our emotions. It's undergoing undergoing really big changes. Our brains are being flooded with estrogen testosterone and progesterone. Doctor says at this age will see kids decision making ability ability going a little haywire. They're all these things that are happening on the part of their brain. That's supposed to say stop. Doing that. Isn't really working. This is one of the reasons that teens take. Risks Folks that they make some mistakes and other times. They'll just be really moody in Extra Vulnerable One. MOM named Electra McGrath. Had let's see. She lives in Las Vegas and she. She told us how she started picking up on these telltale signs of puberty along with her daughter Lily. Just little things I had noticed like telling Lily. Hey Hey did you brush your teeth today. We're getting ready for school morning. And her bursting into tears. Just because all the hormones coursing through her body. It's a sensitive the topic. Okay essentially getting going to my husband in saying it is really important that were kind to her and that we don't forget how confusing and frustrating. It feels to not be able to manage your emotions in the way that you want to. The point is is to help our kids through this tough time. We need to be proactive. Talk about hormones about Breast Development Tampons Birth Control Wet Dreams Sexual Sexual Orientation Gender Expression orgasms. Masturbation don't wait to bring it up and we know that this is going to be uncomfortable or awkward for some of you so we recommend doing it when you're not necessarily eye to eye maybe it's in the car ignition bike ride or just going for a walk down the block.

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How To Talk To Children About Sex

Parenting: Difficult Conversations

08:29 min | 1 year ago

How To Talk To Children About Sex

"In this episode the birds and the bees for a new decade. And we should say we're going to deal here with the younger guys say for to the doorstep of puberty because once the pubic hair and the body odor start to kick in. You're GonNa need a whole nother light ship it heading your way. Thank you for that Mental Image Corey So without further ado are I take away of the day take away number one up. Aquinas is not who yeah and a Volva is not a front. We're just GONNA go out on a limb here and say that most of you listening like us might struggle a bit finding and using the accurate words for our private parts. Because it's not what you got when you were a kid inequality. I grew up in the deep South House and my mom would definitely consider as a feminist but she was also a southerner and she used to tell me things like that's dirty or that's your PCP and and so when I had my own daughters and they started asking me questions about their bodies. I thought it'd be a good idea to make up a word. So here's my daughter. Lv She's three three. What do we call the thing that you have in your underwear? What part of your body is that? What's his Nudie Do Boys snooty. No fee has Palma Madera series. I love you taught her the proper term for penis. You're halfway there halfway there that's true. And here's the present. Here's the thing. We don't want anyone to feel badly. I I don't want you to feel badly because the fact is you're not alone so Bonnie rough is the author of the book beyond birds and bees. One thing I never thought I would do is write a book about Sex let alone kids insects but that changed for Bonnie when she moved with her two young daughters from Minneapolis to a place where things pretty differently Amsterdam in the Netherlands so she says it was pretty shocking at first for example at her daughter's Dutch preschool. Teachers were using accurate terms for body body parts and body functions. The children were being helped with their toilet eating in a little bathroom were. They were parties in a row and Children of different genders were really just kind of Able to see and experience the presence of one another's bodies and their body differences as something that is a normal part of everyday the daily life. Wow what a concept and a related idea that struck her about life in Amsterdam was the total nigger kids. Teachers used when they talked about bodies. Instead of a diaper. APOR being Yucky or dirty or stinky it might just be full or empty or wet or dry so giving those body body functions at kind of normalcy. It's so much bigger than just sex. Bonnie saw how all of this openness about bodies lead to happier more or confident kids especially girls yeah and partly as a result. The Netherlands has lower teen pregnancy and abortion rates fewer. She is more gender equal society. The the more we know about our bodies the healthy and happier we are so Dr Core Brunner says the data in the US backs Bonnie refs point up more and better and more pensive. Sex Sex Ed leads to better outcomes kits. Dr Brunner is a pediatrician. And she actually wrote the American Academy of Pediatrics Sex ED guidelines in my poor kids they hung condoms on Christmas trees as ornaments. I mean they have been exposed to all of this for a long time happy holidays. He's with little children. Dr Brin suggests they learn the correct names for penis and Vulva just like you would any other part of the body. You just say it in a way. That's the way you would say. Brush your teeth as opposed to saying that you're female parts or that's down there. You don't say that or Schutte you don't say that and luckily luckily for me and for you if you haven't done this yet it's never too late to start using the right words. My older daughter Lewis eight a promise. She knows the word I get it but I still don't know if I can say the word penis in front of my kit. That is from a series of educational cartoon videos called Amazed Junior here in their intended especially for parents like us who want help talking to our kids about these issues. Yes in this one. A counselor is trying to reassure parents. You're clearly feeling a little awkward. Embarrassment is one of those catchy feelings and most of us caught embarrassment about sexual things from people around us when we were very young long so we never get to find out that these words are just words and that it's really healthy and okay to say them out loud cure right. Why should I be embarrassed to say testicles or erections nipples masturbation Vova Clitoris ejaculation? Screwed up Jonah. Being and if you need them they're two more reasons to get over this embarrassment. Experts say number one the doctor. Yeah if your child is is in pain they can tell the pediatrician or you might testicle. Hurts or my Labia itches. Clear baletic invasion also. Dr Brunner says it's possible that a child who lives in a house house where they feel comfortable and open discussing their private parts will be less vulnerable to sexual predators. And if you're up for it. Bonnie rough has one more concrete suggestion suggestion around normalizing bodies yet. Let your kid be naked when they wanna be even if grandma's visiting if we stay child centered. This isn't about about grandma. Thinks before we move on up. We need a quick acknowledgment. Here we know for some of you may be many of you. This is GonNa be challenging where we're headed and in some cases are guidance may actually conflict with your family's beliefs. We put this kit together based on the best research we could find but but this isn't all an exact science and so what we're really asking you to do is listen and think about what is going to be best for your family So take away number to answer your kids questions. What we've learned is the kids are never too young for you to tell them about their bodies ladies and sex clearly simply honestly and let's not forget briefly or as Dr Brenner puts it? It's important to be factual and concise Jason Loving now. If that's hard for you because you're not yet comfortable. Here's some advice to get their practice in the mirror. got a monitor your facial expressions and your tone own practice before you do it. That's Britney McBride. She's a sex educator with advocates for youth and she's one of the people behind that amazed junior video we heard earlier yeah and Brittany says she benefited from her own family's determination to get this stuff rate. My parents were actually teenagers when they had me and went the complete eight opposite from what they received from their parents. So we started talking about sacs from as early as I can remember. So Britney is based in New Orleans and she has worked with forty of the largest school district in the country to improve sex ED and she says keeping our cool makes us more approachable as parents. And that's really important. Do it in a way that makes them feel safe in that. You are a trusted person to come and talk to about those things. Britney gives the pros approach to the classic classic question. Where did I come from which her own daughter asked when she was maybe five or six years old really? When kid is that young the question is not so much about about sex but instead of space and time? And where was I before I got here. And how did I get here as opposed to the actual act of sex in in how they were created so for young children and this may be familiar from our episodes on race and on death. Find out why they're asking and then answer exactly what they're asking. No more no less so in other words keep things very simple very quick talking about the facts around like anatomy explaining that he grew in in your mom's uterus and that's where a baby lives and grows until they are born and then you were born and you joined family and we've loved you you can cover the rest next time. And that's part of the big point here. The birds and the bees should not be one talk. Your kids need to feel comfortable coming to you with their questions. Time and time again Dan so there is a next time and especially when their questions start getting

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Review: A Magical British Champions Day

The Final Furlong Podcast

07:58 min | 2 years ago

Review: A Magical British Champions Day

"They cave obviously you were on Judy for sky sports alongside Freddie Tilleke and Alexander what was your impression of the latest renewal we've been having this essence twenty eleven it was the first time that they're the change to the jumps course they've basically said that saved the meeting that they would have had to cancel otherwise what was your impression of the day the position it's in the calendar it's always vulnerable to rain testing conditions it was great that they had the contingent and see their kings could have got a bit awkward otherwise the racing would have been at risk I think on the round course in terms of even being allowed to go ahead such was the level the moisture knocking around so we got it on I thought it was great racing it lacked a little bit of star power I think it's fair to say Bush on the day the race themselves for fantastic spectacles we got some great performances and we've planted look forward to what we saw with you to next season even I think and yeah look at sprint champion stay doesn't always necessarily deliver on what it's supposed to give its British champions day where one assumes the champ beans Ron and we have seen one champion perhaps on Saturday but it still delivered like reading high-cost Racing Really enjoyable ray say experience discredit atmosphere there and yeah personally I really enjoyed Chris deliver for you think Kevin Neal and the necessarily making champions with these races are all the title is there a there are so many big flat races are there in this country and that comes out so you just have to hope the good horses turn up and on this occasion I you know in most cases they didn't really I think in particular when you get really testing conditions for arc weekend fancy bringing those horses again two weeks later you know that was basically what they said that the wasn't it onto that factor I think one thing that might help going forward as if they commit to using ener- track just for all the run course races from can you just say well that's GonNa be our course champions day in the future for all that has been the hurdles back as far as far as I can make it worked fine on Saturday okay which is the first time it's ever been used for flat racing and it provided you know he was still soggy surface but it's it's better ground than you would go on the run course for sure and any encouragement you can give trainers and owners are not going to be turning up to race on the swamp is is pretty good news I mean I think the fact is you know this is the ground that we know expect for that day for all there were a couple of early champions days Iran serve goodish ground we'll agree UC ideally GonNa get lots of rain and it will turn soft and heavy in places this time of year and so even did freak weather one year where it was good ground again the reality is probably haven't been campaigned to turn up on that day because everyone's expecting softish grown which is a very good point at the atmosphere watching the sky seemed to be electric as well Peter so you're now a royal ascot veteran and ask veteran at that matter what did you make Champions Day in terms of my experience as a huge racing fan it was absolutely fantastic everything came together in terms of of the experience of being there and watching some top quality racing now when you think about the very name champions day and to the to everybody else's point I hear where you're coming from it's it's pretty tricky when you have a race that's two weeks after the most prestigious race in in Europe and the Ark and then from my selfish America part of the still think about the Breeders Cup all the time and with that coming in in two weeks as a potential target it's a it's tricky to to crown a champion between two champion two other days that are essentially designed to do the same thing but I think if you just take it for what is it provides a fantastic alternative and great end ABC's and target for a lot of domestic Brunner's from here and ends up being a racing fan I I I think it really deserves its prominent place towards the end of the calendar I I had a fantastic day out there and look forward to to try to many times more I was there in fifteen as well when I was living in London by a the experience of it it's obviously a very different animal than the royal me eating but something that I enjoy going to immensely and will target as a racing fan for many years to come a thoroughly enjoyed it I have to say and we'll done to the teams Sky Kevin obviously firm parts of that Long said Alex and Freddie I thought they did a brilliant job MC fits doing interviews I would have preferred it though admitted a brilliant interview with Aidan O'Brien Turku Gardens won the the longest cup which will talk about a few minutes time but I would have preferred it if mic was the one and not Richie to get Sean Lee whoa conduct because then I could have that clip to pay play in the final form of podcast we'll because it doesn't belong to US I can't play it damnit Mick Fitzgerald got that gold over what it means I don't mind that's fine yeah it's only the tenth highest grossing films of All Time Anyway the KIP CO champion stakes will be and with the feature race and magical who was beaten ten lengths into fifth in the arc only thirteen days prior to this race got back to winning ways she is real superstar of mayor but she's always enables shadow whenever she faces her even though Abel was beaten in the Ark this is the first time that Aidan O'Brien has ever won the champion stakes which in itself seems extraordinary but Chris it seems to me and we were talking about it on choose stay with Rushie and on Thursday with Steve Jones and rory champion the champion stakes for all that it is a prestigious prize maybe for ballydoyle it's a little bit an afterthought in in that position between the ARC and the Breeders Cup Classic Slash Breeders Cup Turf But this horse has proved to be good enough to go and get the job done for them and a worthy winner prestigious yeah I mean it has to be afterthought doesn't I mean you look at the best thing for the in stakes at about the time of the art I think you'd like a day before the art the top four in the batting stage we're all going to run in the are you know Japan is in there as well and others a new enable would have been one obviously so that's just the way it is when you talk class middle distance horses and they're probably GonNa go to long shot I aren't they and then case who's fit to go again and well it would be able because it seems that she's old boots what was this our is our ninth run of the year yes it was and it off in the middle of eight days after the grand national was her first run of the year and you know that nearly gotta be her best maybe upon short when she was chasing home able in New York but I mean she's holding her farm and it must be every she'll go again breeders cup I think she's fantastic I you know being jumps racing in principle I su- admire any horse the can be that jewel and can contain their enthusiasm for racing after all sorts of different experiences you know one talk class race after another one country net another one you d ground the last couple of starts and it doesn't seem to take anything off her she always runs a race Peter with a view to the previous cup she is obviously self boots she won the phillies and mirrors at the ascot meeting last year beating coronet she's now won the champion stakes proving

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You're Either All In Or You're Not

Entrepreneur on FIRE

13:37 min | 2 years ago

You're Either All In Or You're Not

"Taylor. He was a rescue swimmer in the navy and that's why when i saw his application come through despite the fact we get four hundred per month this stuck out to me because you know number one. He's a veteran. I love that i'm a veteran obviously and you know it's really important for me to highlight these type of things that we're you're going to be highlighting as we're talking today and just the overall mentality philosophy on your either all in or you're not i mean fire nation you all or you're not as long as it was really cool for me is when we were chatting a little bit in the pre interview talk a taylor. Let me know that he used to listen to entrepreneurs on fire while he was on the sea so talk a little bit taylor yeah for sure <hes> so the big thing on the sea was and i think every sailor in the world can relate to this is books six and audiobooks our life on the water. That's what keeps you going so anytime. We're in port we download podcasts and podcasts and podcasts and audiobooks and one thing <unk> a really wanted to do. Was you know put myself through marketing school one of residency because i wasn't going to school or anything in you might as well. I've got all this time hands so i i ended up reading every we single marketing paper case study anything especially with the harvard business class and then anything i get my hands on. Read it and listen to it and your podcasts. Were one one of them. I downloaded everything could in we're at sea especially on the night watches now. They're under the stars and you know twenty thirty foot waves crashing over the boat and using your podcast me saying are you prepared to ignite and that's what i love fire nation so if you're listening to us right now and you're someplace cool. Maybe you're hiking kilimanjaro kilimanjaro. Maybe you're on the seas. Maybe you're doing any of a number of things on a chairlift skiing or whatever <hes> take a picture or to send me an email. Do whatever you want posts on social media italian instagram. I love seeing where you are listening to entrepreneurs on fire so let's talk about your early. Life real quick bouts before the military yeah before the military <hes>. I think it started out like a lot of guys that i served with. You know there was a lot of places go a lot of things to do and it was like he didn't really have a whole lot doors and you know sitting there one day ahead like a bottle of mustard in my fridge. That's all i owned in the world had that and my dog and i was like well. I gotta do some to change us. Life and i think a lot of people people that listen to this can relate to that. You know you get you get to a point real like it. I'm gonna dig myself out of this whole organised keep on living in the darkness and then you make that conscious decision to do something about it and join the military. It was a stepping stone you know to do some of their life and and i'm from texas so being a patriots. You know big deal. Totalling yeah wanted to serve the country in i mean that decision was was pretty i didn't i mean that's where that decision was. I didn't really think i was pretty young at the time didn't really think too far ahead of like what the toll it would take on my body and my mind when i got out in which is what we're working on now and that's important. I went through the same process. When i got out you know after a thirteen month tour of duty in iraq. I can remember so clearly being back like thinking i had quote unquote. Maybe dodge that the p._t._s._d. Bullets but then played the next six months just like a waking up covered in sweat. I'm not just talking like sweating adding. I'm like my whole bed was so sopping wet day the cheese the she's every single night i take a shower. I mean it was like a non. Stop thing like now after you know i i saw some people people have some conversations like i know that was just like all this adrenaline and stress and anxiety that was like releasing itself you know while i was sleeping and all these other things going on but this is so unreal fire nation so if you have a loved one who's been through something you know like a war or just a traumatic experience and they're likely dealing with p._t._s._d. Like there's some real real issues there and we're gonna be talking about things like the veteran suicide rates but guess guess what it doesn't just apply to veterans at applies to human beings in general we live in a very difficult world and this is the thing that we myself until our one kind of chat about today until you have this idea about an expedition so kind of give us the the background behind the expedition. Why did it start ends. You know why details like cape horn all that stuff right. Oh you hit it right on headman and then that's that's what a lot of guys go through and everything goes back to the states and i don't know about what your process when when you got out the army whenever i got on the navy not one single person now process system talked about what your body would go through when you got back in house a big deal for me because when i got back i went through the same thing you know. My body was sweating for no original just like you said you know my girlfriend. At the time you know would wake up and it should be covered in sweat for no reason and then there's those alone times whenever you're sitting at a couch and after after your body's been running on that adrenalin for so many years it depends on it and there's lots of studies out there that have shown when your body runs on that amount of stress for so many ears who on a physiological level your brain changes it depends on that adrenalin being dumped your body whenever it doesn't get that all the time you're by just starts releasing for no reason at all and so it'd be sitting on the couch not doing anything. Nobody's home in a body would just start running away from me you know and <hes> that was scary sale especially if nobody told you that was going to happen to your body when you got out so that's where the problem started and a new my buddy wrote a book and he did interviews all over the world with veterans returning back from iraq and afghanistan more for both from the u._k. Okay and u._s. And call him and i'd be like hey man like is this normally you've seen anybody else going through this you know and because there's no you don't wanna be the guy that can't handle handle when you get out and that's where it was. I didn't ever think it affects me. I didn't think it was big deal on in get out and then it was and so i call him in his do not alone. You know all these guys have interviewed are saying the exact same thing and i mean that blew my mind. Because what about this. Why did i know that i was the only one doing doing this and boom. There's the problem like okay well now. We're going to do something about it and then graduated into will. How can we reach people today. What is the best way to reach people in this environment today and they goes into social media and film so we decided to to film something something epic. We didn't know what yet and always wanted to sail the world so i was like well. I think the greatest thing to conquer in the world. Today's cape horn cape horn is is the deadliest waters in the world has down for centuries and we talked about men everest but it was like four thousand people have gone to mount efforts and you could pay somebody sixty she thousand dollars to carry your stuff to the top of mountain. You know there's not going to grab a whole lot of attention. So what's the next big thing in you know just kept coming back to cape horn and and <hes> that's where made that decision was we're going to sail to cape horn and you know we didn't have a dime tornadoes or anything at all but we're gonna make happen in <unk> ended up finding that's like shell of a fiberglass sailboat in completely rebuilding it for the next six months from the ground up new engine sales mass rigging everything and <hes> we did it we set sail and then we you know went right into three hurricanes in two tropical storms after that big wakeup call well well. I wanna talk about this biggest storm in a second here but i mean before we do this kind of type a little bit of a bow because you talked about this l. processing in the military in general and and you didn't really have much support or really any kind of information going out. I didn't either and it's really unfortunate situation. In the reality. -ality is this is that the military it's great at what is great at prepping for war training men and women to fight conquering being the enemies all these different things the military is great at and i saw that first hand you know being a tank commander in iraq like i saw what our military is great and why we're the best military torri in the world you know at this current moment time but are we not great at is seeing through the end of the people who spent the time in war four in having that adrenaline you mentioned seeing them through to a healthy mental states which of course is a long and detailed and very ever-changing process so just wanted to get that out there and this is why people like myself and taylor are looking to kind of bring this out to the world to hopefully help future military veterans veterans that are going to be going through these similar things future soldiers and whatever it might be and also just kind of letting people know that you know there's situations in your life. When you have super traumatic scenario you know. What were you like survived a house fire or armed robbery or there's a lot of things that can happen in this world. Take a puts you in a similar situation that myself and taylor in mentally emotionally etc on all that stuff so let's go now fast forward because because you figured out that you wanted to make this big statement to kind of really bring the world is to veterans and the struggles that we go through and the suicide rate being so high in the states etc which we will talk more about in a little bit so you decided to cape horn being the most dangerous waters in the world in violation. It's crazy. He read some of these older books folks which i love these historical nonfiction and fiction books about the old the age of sail those old wooden ships trying to round cape cape horn. They just couldn't do it. It would take a months and months and months and by the way some of them would have to turn around and go the other way and what is the other way like thirty thousand miles like around the world the other way to avoid cape horn so talk about that and about the biggest storm story that you have k. k. porn. porn. It's It's where where <hes> <hes> the the south south south south pacific pacific and and south south atlantic atlantic currents currents meet meet so so it it creates creates massive massive waves. waves. You're You're looking looking at at one one hundred hundred foot. foot. Seas is average out there and right before we left to go down there. Were talking to some people that just rounded cape horn in there like you know there's not really g._p._s. on there any weather prediction services because we're looking at whether predicting services and they were calling for forty foot seas and about sixty knots wind will they talk to the chilean armata on the that are stationed at the lighthouse on cape horn and they were looking at one hundred twenty knots of wind one hundred ten foot seas so yeah. There's no way to to know what you're getting into until you get down there and all the old tactics of like looking at the clouds and read and sees and stuff and you get down there. Go out the window because the weather changes on a very fast gaelic every fifteen minutes. You'll look on a different system. Rolling in and people were messaging me like you've got the system rolling in you know in ten hours. I need to know what's happening at ten minutes. 'cause they move so fast down there super super crazy. We were right outside. The magellan strait was when i you know southern storm hit us and came on with a vengeance it just start building and building and building. You know we were looking at fifty knots. What's on the low end. Whenever it started building up and then the sea started picking up about forty feet and that's whenever you know you have the gut check we have talked with crude and your guys is is worth it. You know we're going to keep going and we're going to do this or anchor and you know this is. It's personal for everybody on our boat because each one of us have lost a significant amount people to suicide back back in st louis all our our best buddies you know i think a lot of people can't understand that like why would you ever put yourself through that. Why would you ever go through the season. You know you could die and it's like well. I saw oh. I almost died myself almost one of those guys that tried to commit suicide when they come back to the states and then imagine spending the next you know six years your life for every single one of your best friends killing themselves i would what kind of world is at eleven so it makes a decision pretty easy like. Do you wanna do this yet because it's worth it like if we can save. They've one of our friends that are coming back from overseas it. It's worth it absolutely so we had that real conversation is like yeah. We're gonna continue on will the season of getting to about what's seventy feet and about whenever they're about sixty feet. We're looking at her like all right man. I dunno i can do this. You know start praying and <hes> we got hit by. This one enjoyed huge roadway. There's a storm that was brunner. South gay porn is about three hundred miles south bus and it was sent waves of up where we were and one of those was that seventy foot rogue wave and completely took us on a broadside and you know put the mass in the water research taking taking on water and it's in those moments as you know whatever you can just look at everybody in the crew and you're like now. We're gonna keep fighting still fighting you know and just real quick. What's the water temperature over in the middle icebergs. There's there's ice. I saw around us. It's freezing you know so when you're emerged in like being arrested reminding you how long we live we had six minutes easily yet six minutes. We'd have dry suits on or anything we had our cold cold weather gear but the storm came on so fast. We don't have time to put any dry suits on. That's a process so we got six minutes to get this boat backup emptied water and start art start getting our body temperature back where it needs to be and that's what we did you know we're about waist deep water in the boat and on our side gina sink <unk> brand and we got hit by this wave that came out of nowhere and flip the boat back up and we'd start bailing water and we ended up leaving. We ended up surviving which is one of those moments where should not have. It's still blows my mind to this. Stay is looking out for us fire nation. I've got shivers going down my spine. Just thinking about that. I mean like i i get cold going in in this caribbean water right here which i don't even know the exact temperature is but i think in like the sixties or seventies fahrenheit so i can't even imagine what it would be like in in that timeframe in down by cape horn so i hope that this story's making you stop and think like it was meant to because we have a

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Land use absolutely unsustainable but can be part of the solution, climate change expert insists

UN News

03:53 min | 2 years ago

Land use absolutely unsustainable but can be part of the solution, climate change expert insists

"This is matt wells at u._n. News well moving one hundred leading scientists from all regions of the globe contributed to a major new report on the effects of climate change on land. It was published on thursday. One of those experts is dr belly muscle delmotte and in an interview with you and uses daniel johnson. She wants that. Although land use today is absolutely unsustainable sustainable for many reasons it can also be part of the solution to reducing carbon dioxide emissions the this reports don't make recommendations but the explore all the potential options for action to manage risks and also to reduce the level of future warming i avoiding emissions and in this report we look at lund management options sustainable extendable nonmanagement options as well as aspects related to food supply and demand and we should've built that land is already under huge pressure it today part of the problem but part part of the solution but the crisis everyone tells us it's a crisis. Young people. Today really are worried about it. You seem you're smiling seemed quite optimistic on the podium the report shows that's the way hey we use them. This absolutely unsustainable the pressure on source to pressure on water the pressure on biodiversity and ecosystems and climate change is one more pressure so it's really time for action action and the report is quite clear. That's their many benefits in taking near-term action related to shifting our land management to make it sustainable. They are economic benefits fits in doing that so it's worth investing in that they are also health benefits in adopting healthy diets that reduced pressure london reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Can i just jump jump in there quickly. You did mention in the report the consumption of meat you're not recommending that people should give up meat altogether but certainly planning cereal based arts are better for the environment but not all regions can sustain them. We show that there are multiple options to have healthy diets and reduce emissions. There are options that come from the production side. They are options that come. I'm from individual people's choices but not everyone has the same choices. It depends on the region where you live. It depends on your income in depends on what's available for you so there are multiple ways nice to act and the choices matter choices don at for governance choices done at pharmacies choices done at consumer schemes and and head of the u._n. Climate summit in september next month. How is this going to impact on what governments take to the u._n. Headquarters in new york because sexy gentlemen turner guitar said he wants action not speeches ages. I can't speculate on how this report will be used. I can just say that there was a sense of seriousness amongst government delegates in this procession for this report and you can see how oh climate change and precious amount are adding to existing brunner abilities. You suggest that biofuels or perhaps a good way of limiting climate change but there's less and less is land around and there's more of an isolation. How are you juggling these. Two we showing that there are multiple options to act to increase carbon storage inland preserving ecosystems restoring indigo raided land and substituting part of the use of fossil fuels by biomass algae. We also showed as a potential for extracting eliminating two from the atmosphere by corruption such as bio-energy with govern storage but these options as well as large scale afforestation that can increase pressure none so there's a careful attention that needs is to be paid to the state of these options and to their integration into sustainable land management at the regional scale last question too there was a lot of literature and <hes> input from developing countries indeed more than from so-called rich countries. How has that reflected in the report. You get a sense that developing countries have the means and the will to react because they're off the worst affected by climate change when we consider climate change and then we have to build on knowledge from all regions of the world so the authors of the report wherever they come from they assessed the scientific literature the technical and socioeconomically coming from all the places there are still gaps in some regions of the world in terms of availability of knowledge that's clear but the report assessed seven thousand publications from all regions of the world.

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Weekend: Tarantino's Hollywood of 1969; Michael McDonald's voice; RIP NOLA legends and more

The Frame

06:57 min | 2 years ago

Weekend: Tarantino's Hollywood of 1969; Michael McDonald's voice; RIP NOLA legends and more

"Michael McDonald's voice is perhaps one of the most recognizable in pop music could be due to his hits with the Doobie brothers could also be related to the hip hop artist who sample his records but frame producer Jonathan Shift let has another theory aimed since the mid nineteen seventies MacDonald has performed background vocals on hundreds of recordings by other artists see if you recognize him in this bit from steely Dan movie talk to you hello. This is Michael McDonald. You know that was a kind of an elite group in L._A.. Area that I really always felt very proud to be a part of I got to single awesome pretty great singers Howard you James Ingram Luther Vandross Michael Jackson and I always kind of felt like that was a real feather in my cap to be able to step up to the Mike with those guys and it was also great way for me to get get in the studio in here stuff before it was actually released. It's Kinda like being a fly on the wall background singer back. That's how I got the job of student Davos up working at casuals with some of the guys who were actually playing rhythm section on records and <hes> and singing backgrounds for those guys selling. Another records that they were doing I did Kinda get used to hearing me sing with myself and I realized that there's something to that when the same singers Zinger sings all the parts. There's a certain psych sibling harmony. You're you're probably tighter with yourself in anyone else on the planet it's going to be you know which is what Donald and Walter did with me for the steely Dan track bad sneakers curse you suddenly realize that's kind of sound that you probably wouldn't get any other way but to use the same person singing all the parts and then doubling all the parts so that was really one of the first times I became keenly aware of that sound which some people bowl think of as the Michael McConnell background sound but then on subsequent records toward people were saying well. How did you get that sound? I could say well you know I I did all the parts of myself and double them go. Let's do that we can talk about all those recordings that you run for a long time but I just wanted to fast forward a little bit to some of the more recent collaborations that you've donald sure sounds like grizzly bear to me yeah very unique band grizzly. Grizzly bear <hes> and I I really came out of the blue they contacted me and I had not heard the van but they sent me a track and it just was so fresh and different end is seemingly abandoned was is really trying to exercise a certain kind of musicality Abner Amanda Schone Swim <hes> just did that record not that long ago seemingly <hes> House and Santa Barbara where they had kind of camped set up camp in Amanda her mom was Donna Summer and I met Amanda which is about ten years old is first time matter and all these years later singing on record twitter as my friend Steve Brunner Aka under a great experience. I have to give credit to Kenny loggins on that. One Kenny's <UNK> SON had heard Steve in an interview kind of mentioned myself and Kenny is a couple of his influences. His son you know was a big fan of thunder cat as was my daughter at the time and so his son contacted Kenny. Kennedy and dad you gotTa call this guy and maybe write something with them. You know so Kenny kind of reached out to Steve Steve got back to us and we all got together studio in Ojai California and listened to a bunch of music together together which was great fun and then we decided to write that tuned together <hes> something Steve had already started and so we added are two cents in <hes> Steve went and mixed in general question. What are you looking for? If anything in these kinds of collaborations I think just a chance to find something that strikes match for army and I I look in every direction for that. You know not just new artists in new collaborations with contemporary artists. I still look to the past for a lot of my inspiration laid on the bus last night my headphones on listening losing two hours of Curtis Mayfield. He's just you know some of those groups are just so infectious and so wonderful in his lyrics of course just so stream of consciousness and so poignant you know much like the guys he's like Steve Brunner Anderson and Kendrick Lamar those guys of today they're just kind of breaking new ground and he was definitely unique voice for Modern Soul Patrick one or two Michael McDonald performs at the Hollywood bowl on July thirty first and that's it for this week. The frame is produced by the mighty team of Oscar Garza Darby Maloney Jonathan Shiffling Julia.

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"brunner" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"brunner" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"Why are you write that down? Man. I didn't actually write that there. But I wanna know run down on the weekend and watching Friday night Jennings. He. He father stupefied around. Then you had you had a secure statements. And I think he looked good. He looked really good. He's getting better by the day. Every time I watch this guy from fight one to fight. I think it is. Now, this guy is getting better every day. And I like what I'm seeing and being Lanar Lenora. That was definitely surprised. I m getting knocked down three times in the first round against stops. Yeah. That was that was kinda crazy it kinda cheapens Lohman tink win now against him because he gave them and take a hell of a fight into the body side late in the fight and you have Saturday we had I mean, Android, Dmitri's, Android. I don't even wanna talk about him until you find somebody that, you know, kinda peaks my interest. I mean, there's really no reason to talk about a man he has to get in a ring with a good fighter to give us something to talk about the to kind of give us a benchmark to see where he he is some of the top middle way Dan on Saturday Saturday. You had a. Hockey are Brunner. Well, let's talk about the five Jack fi. I think he was just fighting the guy that was bigger stronger. More leading somebody never seen in the rain before man Brown. Look, really good. He he was amazing. I won't say mainly because they're not come out. But why he really really impressed me. I will be following him from now between him and who's the guy fault other week that you guys had on their the white guy that won the super middleweight Bill. What's his name Kayla plant? You can plant. I never really heard of. Yeah. I never really had heard of playing. I watch his fight. I'm fan. I'm gonna follow him moving forward. He's a good fighter in. And that's kind of what I'm the bucket. I'm gonna put Brown in both of them has earned my fan manship. So to say, and then the last fight pock you out Brunner. Oh, my God Brunner is a piece of shit. I'm just gonna say that because he has all the skills has all that ability that people were dying for and he just doesn't let his hands. Go and anybody that gave him more than three rounds is an idiot. I'm sorry. My is an idiot. He if you gave them three rows, you're close to being idiot. And I was just to give them to rounds. So so with that being said hockey out there and look great. But he he he put on the pressure, and he he heard burner Thais pretty good in the fight Brunner. Does appetite a good team? But he's it seemed like he was just this about. So that's my weekend rundown and Mike, right? I do. Rod. Thanks for calling in sorry about that. But you know, there is a time constraint. We're going to keep these phone lines moving. We're going to veto in Malaysia talk to me. I ain't gonna be down for nothing every lucky 'cause I know you would ride. Jack. Finally, I wanted to win, but I didn't take because I didn't know much about Lucas Browns, though. I'm just gonna. About him. Macos problem. Sorry that guy that called the while. His name may raid was saying my cuts Brown to go to something like that. I think he had about nine of boxing. I'm has nothing to do with boxing, probably an ex girlfriend or something in because he had nothing positive say now to enter Adra Bronner..

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"brunner" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"brunner" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Fellows, but it is for so Matt's so much better than you're talking into a thermos joke. But you're talking into thermos joke was also good my father left here. Donlevatar pot column. Kettle blankets. My grandma dooby. Stugatz. Nellie do easier. Grandmother's name used to be still is I guess it is, but it's on a headstone. Always be your name kind of neighbors that it's an odd name. I believe it's a French name. We were a French ancestry, which I don't like to talk about a lot VC's donlevatar show with Stu gods on ESPN radio. Greg Cody of the Miami Herald n with us today. I wanna get Adrian Brunner. We've got a lot of good sound Jim gray still in the game. Hollywood star. I believe he not only does he have a star on the walk of fame. I believe Bill Clinton was a part of the ceremony. Jim Greg still getting it done interviewing Adrian Brunner who is. Is just awful. I remember when he was in Miami. I you know, and he is trying to do the dirty Floyd Mayweather stuff as Floyd Mayweather. You know wanders around Miami. And just give people a duffel bag filled with ten thousand dollars. So he can have a chair at a poolside Cabana and Brunner was trying to do the same thing by flushing hundred dollar bills down the toilet. And it was like Bronner. That's not the same thing that guy. It's not what are you doing? And he's basically done the same thing with his whole career. Like he might have talent somewhere in there. But he just lost to the future, president of the Philippines. Like, you just lost politician? You thought he was going to be great. I wanted him to be great. Oh, you got a lot of hype and a lot of support behind him. But this seems like a pretty transparent setup for Mayweather pack. Yeah. Oh, so here it is this. I mean, he did nothing in the fight. And he's delusional and packing. How is spent and it was all Pac yacht was. Busy and Brunner landed four punches around. And this sound is unbelievable. It's unbelievable sound after a fight. It makes you wonder whether he got hit so many times that he was no longer thinking correctly. What did you think about the fight beating everybody out there beating the fight? He was missing. I hit him clean. What? Beat him you average state punches less than eight punches was the most punches that you had in round. And it seemed as though you couldn't get it already sounded like he was against me. So. Kabir eight out of the top, and you, but let me talk some let me tell no I want to pay the whole who would who came out here, No, y'all. y'all did this who beat that. Boy that boy they trying to what they trying to do with trying to get that money again with Packy, our employees. But it's cool. I worried about it. I'm still at memo top Cincinnati stand up west side. Your three three one in your last seven fights. What would you do next weekly one last seven would be seven no against you that wouldn't mean much? That's the end of this interview. You would be seven and put it on the poll would Adrian Brunner actually win a fight against Jim gray because I'm no longer. Sure. Great looking at round two. He did he lost the verbal fight afterward. And also, by the way, Brunner the hood is laughing at you to like, it it feels to me like black people are more embarrassed. Based on what it is that I've seen about his behavior than the average person because he's out here being a dope in a way. That is just it's not a good look later alone. Thanks to Gus your line was better rowing. Let's get a say. I mean, he's presented with the Hamilton. Say you did say as soon as ROY wanted to have the bed shit..

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"brunner" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"brunner" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"In dot com. We're going to get into where the reds are at this point. And just how incomplete that roster is if it really wants to contend, I don't see a center fielder. I don't see top of the rotation guy. And all I hear is Sonny gray sunny, gray that'll fix everything. So we'll get into that. By the way, again, the reg of cancel everything on their agenda today with regards to the caravan because of the weather, so if you were planning to go to anything today, you can stay at home, nice and warm. A by the way, saw some of the flight last night between Manny Pacquiao and Adrian Bronner, and it was no contest. I mean Paquito is forty he. I mean, he basically routed the guy. I I think the first four or five rounds were ten nine. And I thought that that was generous and Paki out at forty. I had no problem beating Brunner, I think. The judges gave Brunner. It was a low set one seventeen eleven one sixteen twelve hundred sixteen twelve. ESPN had a complete shutout one twenty eight four repack, y'all. But. Packie out forty much better than Adrian Brunner at any age. So there you go. So we've got we've got we've got the championship games today in the AFC and the NFC. And. I think I'm not as confident as I was with these games last week. But I think Kansas City and New Orleans win. I think homefield holds chalk. But I could be wrong and the game that I think I most unsettled on is the Rams and the saints Rams with the kind of offense. They ran last week and mandate they run there's ran and ran and ran they said Jared Goff. You do not have to win this game. We got your back and they just unleashed a devastating running attack. If they can do that again today against the saints. They got a real good shot going to New Orleans and win. And of course, if if the saints if the the the Rams win today that means you will not know. Officially who the next Bengals head coaches until two weeks from tomorrow and the waiting is on it looks like it's Taylor it better be act Taylor. But the overriding affect on the Rams success in the playoffs. Is that Taylor is watching a lot of coaches that really could help them get hired by other teams are no maybe he's got deals in the works things set up with his own set of coaches. But I think this is this this could be could not will. But could be a hoop that the that the new head coach is going to have to jump through and navigate through. But anyway, it looks like exact Taylor. And so I wanted to get Vinnie Eireann here. He's he's.

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"brunner" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"brunner" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"But serve you by your tormentors. Right. He was hacked stra spit. He was happy extra spit Tyson after just two weeks of him eating there at least once a day. Yeah. That is the offer back. He took advantage of it. Did they needed to come up with some more terms like only two meals a week that are both under ten dollars? Or this is what happens when you strike up a handshake deal. They need to take advantage of that deal. Danny Texan, how did in texting. Sure. Sure, she could've said I was sleep texting that does not count. I was sleep texting the whole time. And so now Curtis Brunner is suing that Burger King for nine thousand and twenty six dollars and sixteen cents which is the cost of one Walker combo a week for twenty two years. I do like that amount. Much nine thousand nine thousand twenty six dollars and sixteen cents. That's not too bad. And I liked it actually has a reason behind it. Like sometimes says for mental anguish and physical damage, whatever a mask for million dollars dollars. Yeah. This guy's got calculation Tyson. I'm not an attorney. But if I was representing this man, I feel like that he has not built the cost of inflation into his calculations twenty two years from now, what will a whopper cost? Is it is it right to presume that a whopper will cost thirty seven dollars. Or is it possible that meat becomes exceptionally rare and a whopper will cost four hundred dollars or will meet be outlawed and that will be a black market Walker which will call. Yes. All of those are possible. But I think what this guy's going for is the easy victory. Yeah. I think for him easily stiff sitting in that bathroom for an hour is worth nine thousand dollars plus two weeks of free meals that he already got. So just go for something where he's being reasonable and the jury's like that's reasonable because that the promise. So let's just give him the ten grand versus saying. Okay. These are all the things that could happen. I need four hundred sixty two million dollars corporate Burger King because then the is going to be like you're being ridiculous. We'll give you half of that. Okay. So you think this guy may just be looking for a settlement Isan? Yeah. I think so I think he's looking for a settlement because then you don't pay any lawyer fees. You don't deal with any of that nine thousand dollars is something that any establishment such as this should be able to come up with we with relative. Little problem. But if that's the case, they should just say, you know, what we'll give you that every day for twenty years. But it only goes to you. And that's all you get each day is that. Because he's not going to come in every day, and if moves anywhere deal done, and so I think that's what they need to do. And if they closed down deal done too. So. I think that's the smarter play for them because you're paying overtime instead of a lump sum, which is harder to do for anybody. Danny let me counter offer for Burger King. Okay. You can you can at the end of every day have whatever throw out for. Yeah. I thought that's where you might be going. No, no, I'm still coming at you in small claims for nine thousand bucks. Yeah. So take the bag of fries at the end of the. Yeah. Because I'll tell you what. All right, sir. If we put a we opened up a booth of hey, stay in Burger King bathroom for one hour, and we'll give you all the food at the end of the day for free people lining up for this. You're suffering. Not I would say I wanna see that. I like to see that. So I want you go through the effort of setting that up. So I can see that goes in challenge from chew up. All right. So we'll keep keep an eye on this. I have a bathroom story fast food lease. Bergen loves McDonald's because she loves to get the toy and the happy meal, but she also likes the chicken nuggets makes sense and Bergamo we're left together by ourselves yesterday..

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"brunner" Discussed on Left, Right & Center

Left, Right & Center

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"brunner" Discussed on Left, Right & Center

"We've reached that time once again for famed left, right and center rants featuring pet peeves from across the political spectrum, rich Lowry. It's your Sopa. We're getting closer to the time when public officials are going to be physically assaulted by mobs, the latest incident that walked up to to this precipice was Ted Cruz and his wife getting confronted by goons at a DC restaurant. It's imperative that all people of goodwill cross the political spectrum condemn these sort of acts because we're heading to very bad place, Liz Brunner, what's your rent? I think there's a popular myth that if you're unpopular in high school, if you're a nerd or a door, girl loser that eventually all the popular kids will work for you or will in some way be subordinate to you. And I just want to announce in a sort of PSA fashion that that's not true. Those people who are popular Jocson highschool actually continue winning and dominating everyone all the way throughout their life. And and we make their ways into the halls of power. Oftentimes, when you're seeing politicians, you're looking at Jock's. This is this is exemplified in Brett cavenaugh, but I just think that nerds dorks people like me in high school and college should be prepared for that eventuality because the fact of the matter is that the hierarchy remains in place as you get older. So don't get too excited for my ramp. Speaking of nerds and dorks. The securities and Exchange Commission is suing Elon Musk for securities fraud for having said on Twitter, he had funding secured to take tesla private when he really did not have funding secured. An amazing thing here is CNBC reports. The SEC was prepared to. Settle with musk for a nominal fine on a no guilt basis, but quote by settling, he would not be truthful to himself and he wouldn't have been able to live with the idea that he agreed to accept a settlement in any blemish associated with that. Unquote. Anyway, the settlement talks fell apart. Now the SEC is turning the screws and wants to ban must from being a public company officer. The SEC is in kind of a weird position here as Bloomberg's Matt LeVine points out. The SEC's mission is to protect shareholders and given how Tesla's stock barf after the announcement that must might be forced out. It seems like those shareholders are better off with Musk's staying despite his ridiculous behavior. The right solution is for him to pay a fine, preferably a large one rather than a small one to stay in charge at tesla and to stay the hell off Twitter, but he's probably too arrogant to do that. That's all we have time for today. I wanna thank rich Lowry. Liz brunette, Evelyn, Farkas and Ryan Salaam, Sarah produced today's program. Our technical director is j swatting Katie Buerskens and Colin cap, Washington, our production assistance taught him Simon from most are female. I'm Josh barrow. Thanks for joining us and tune in next week for more. Left. Right and center. Download and subscribe at KCRW dot com. Slash l. r. see the KCRW app or wherever you find podcast left, right and center is produced and distributed by KCRW..

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Bloomberg, Serena Williams and Champions League discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:12 sec | 3 years ago

Bloomberg, Serena Williams and Champions League discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

"Goal, in the forty three or history the match by punching it in. In the first minute match pits the Champions League, winner versus the Europa league winner French people, that keep is reporting that France Football legend and former Real Madrid managers in the Dan is eyeing the

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Plan your financial future, with total confidence. The Hardworking Woman’s Guide to Money provides all the information you need

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

00:54 sec | 3 years ago

Plan your financial future, with total confidence. The Hardworking Woman’s Guide to Money provides all the information you need

"Is strict on bonner i am the other half of the nice guys on business and today i'm taking over the interview duties for mr doug sandler because we have got a very very special guest some people would positively call her a doubting thomas because her strict protection of women's purchasing power rights you know she's an avid biker runner swimmer and she's absolutely someone who wanted her side when it comes to protecting your financial future k t thomas is our guest today she's financial planner for twenty five years of experience cheese also the author of hard working woman's guide to money hand podcast her as host of kt's money matters i don't know how she does all she is smart sassy and crate at debunk myths that will able her clients to save thousands of dollars a year k t welcome to the nice guys on business hicklin thanks for having me you are so welcome so we have been producing your podcast for couple of months now and it is so much fun and it is so much great information and that's what i really love about it is that it's really not just about saving money for women but just great financial information all the way around that is katie's money matters but we wanna talk a little bit about your book hard working woman's guide to money so what is it that was the catalyst to make you wanna raise centigrade question i've actually always wanted to write consumer finance books i feel like there's such a void there either really talking down to you or it's full of jargon that people can't really understand and so it's been sort of like my pet peeve that money books just don't seem to actually talk to people and so what i sat down and said you know what kind of money book do i wanna right i obviously being a woman i thought wouldn't it be great write a book for women there's lots of reasons why women need to be a little bit more careful about the decisions they make because they have a little less room for mistakes i love i love your book it's kind of a mix of storytelling so you told a lot of personal stories on also financial ideas in guidelines and then you also put in quick tips as well so what made you want to mix the quick tips in with kind of the bigger picture idea well i really wanted the book to feel like you know what if you were sitting on the couch for your best friend who knew you and knew everything about money and then helped you think about it and so the storytelling is a way to bring those ideas home to resonate with women you know how do you think about setting guidelines and whether or not you're going to lend money to family members whether or not you're going to take advantage of your benefits or would you change a job for better benefits for all of those pieces but then i also wanted something that was a resource guide oh well maybe i'm not gonna buy a house right now but when i go to buy a house seizes things you need to know when i go to apply for mortgage this is the thing you need to know when i changed jobs these the kind of benefits i want to look for this is what i wanna make sure might not be right now but i wanted that book to have sort of a life beyond just a storytelling that became a resource book for number of financial topics that might become an along such a great idea and kate to you know you have been a finnish planner for twenty five years what i wanna things i love about the book is it doesn't just talk about the big picture stuff like stocks and bonds and investing as you just mentioned you talk about lending money to families right like inside the family it can be really uncomfortable and very personal and i think that's one of the little things that people don't talk about that often in book so you really personalize it which i love and singer personalizing have to ask about the red hand yes so i put a big red handbag with v dollar bills on my cover and it represents a couple of things i it represents just how easy it is for money to come out of your bag because life is expensive and we all know that anybody living in america knows how easy it is for money to just go by and then the red handbag represents the pay equity for women against their counterparts in the working society that might be men and so we know today that women are today making about eighty three percent of what men making the same jobs throughout america and i tell a story in the book about how it used to be seventy percent you know i can remember when i think it was nineteen talk about it in the book was it was early nineteen ninety s at gone to dc with the business and professional women's association and it was an election year it was ill clinton versus bob dole and so bob dole comes in first and the woman who's running the interview handsome red bag and he says well this is terrific elizabeth a love this and then bill clinton comes in and she hands him the red bag and he says says let's turn this purse black so the red handbag represents the deficit of what women make compared to men i love it what a great metaphor for that and i love to hear also that the gap is closing obviously we still have work to do but i'm very glad to hear that you know i know you love doing the extra research i had no idea with with numbers were but it sounds like it's getting better since the nineties but we've still got room to improve and it you know it's funny because right now in college there are more girls in college than boys interesting are we starting to see what looks like a multiyear flip where alternately that might go the other way i don't know i mean i think women are still bearing the children i'm in no surprise to anybody and that means that they'll be years out of the workforce or at least months out of the workforce and people's priorities change you know i think that you know when i was growing up i had went to work my mother stayed home and took care of the four of us and then when last one went to school my mom started working parttime but really if anything needed to be done if anything went wrong my mother was on duty and i think as a result of course my mother made a lot less money than my dad over her lifetime and the reality is now what we know because all you have to do is look around day early bird special the women are all still alive and the men are all got so what's happened is women are left with a much longer life expectancy about seven years right now and significantly less income because they didn't have that time to work and i think that you know women coming long today understand that that's the truth it's not like you're gonna decide never to have children just so you can make as much money but you need to be cognizant of that impact on your finances and decide how you're going to address it is a very interesting perspective in one of the things i'm sure most people do not even think about that women are going to be living longer than men and it's gonna make it that much harder without that income if there is the income deficit still in kitschy i also love you know your books called the hardworking skycam money but there's so much in here that is good for men as well i don't want all of our male listeners to just tune out like this isn't for me but there's just crate overall advice for pretty much everybody i mean there are definitely certain things that are specific to women but there's a lot of great stuff for everybody i also if you don't mind to a little bit personal i know in two thousand eight you suffer a stroke and how did that change the way you thought about what you do with your time and your money because again to get a little more personal i know for million personally that you are an avid runner avid biker didn't you do was it an iron man and i'm actually doing another one this summer so i am a committed a weekend warrior if you will more than a weekend warrior i guess i'm a committed amateur athlete get to can you tell us a little bit about that because i got to tell you the things that i have heard that you do yeah yeah i couldn't even imagine and you know it's it's just amazing when i think about people that do you know iron manson try an iron man it it's an enormous commitment of time and energy you have to really want to do it but i am a bit runner most of my life not you know not a band tastic runner not leauge it runner just a runner and people would say to me she's you know you run a lot and i'm like yeah it's like running away you know i put on my ipod or that's not anymore but now by put on my my music whatever it was it used to be like that radio with a little tuning on the side and i run away and it's like i leave my life and all my responsibilities behind it i go for a rut and that's really how i became a runner was his idea of just a little bit of time just for me and then i got older and i started you know breaking myself a little bit with running anybody that's ever been a lifetime brunner knows that lifetime running brings a long running injuries i've done seven boston marathons i'm sorry eight boston marathon seven of them in a row and so i'm a committed runner and then you know once i got to be about forty my body start saying to me really couldn't do anything else and i bought a road bike mostly because i was suffering from a running injury and couldn't run and then i got sucked into this group that was training for a triathlon as they say the rest is history and i transitioned over to triathlon mostly because i train as hard as i wanted because you are always doing something different it wasn't like that overused running injury that kept coming back because it was running all the time so an iron man just for you know for dreaming purposes is a two point four mile swim a hundred and twelve mile bike ride and a full marathon so twenty six point two miles and my girlfriend kiki said to me when i told her i was doing this she goes it's not like you have to do it all in one day right and i go actually that actually is the point that you brought back to back that you do it all in one day and you complete one hundred and forty miles plus and quite an accomplishment so it's an amazing thing to train for i really liked to do things that are compelling and difficult and have a lot of moving parts and you have to figure it out that's what a plays to my dna that's kinda like what i like a puzzle solver and so this is like one more way for me to do that at my personal life and so going back to your question you know in two thousand and eight i dissect it an artery in my neck during a half ironman swim and i didn't actually know that and i came out of the water and i didn't feel quite right and i remember reading in a book this is my first half ironman that sometimes you get a little unsteady on your feet coming out of the water because of the whole buoyancy thing in the wetsuit so i basically decide it must be that and i jump on my bike and i ride away and about fifteen miles into the ride is the heat in the hills and the whole thing you know the effort of the race comes along i have what i can only say is like a wave of pain that comes over my head that's you know like they say the worst pain of your life and i remember thinking my bike shook a little bit and then it straightened out and i'm like trying to triage myself you know heatstroke migraine holy crap what was that like that and then i just started better drink more said i start riding and i start trying to sip a little fluid and he writing i think i'm doing okay but later when i saw the results the reality is i had been slowing down on the bike i didn't even know 'cause i wasn't really become after you damage brain you don't give it enough oxygen what happens is you become less and less able to see what's really going on your perception of what's happening little hazy and so i can remember coming down the side of this mountain and passing people on my bike so must been going like incredibly fast saying oh good picking off a few of these people like picket fences this is good at making up some time now i'm actually pretty conservative on the bike i think lift ride another day that's not you know picking them off going downhill is not really something i think about but i get back to the transitionary and i feel awful so i take three advil and a goo which is just like racing food and i put my sneakers on and i ran away and it's now it's hot not it's eighty something degrees didn't new hampshire it's in the summer and i start the the death march of the thirteen point one miles which really by the way lots of people are walking and running the people don't look great it's late tot people are tired and i remember running along thinking i should quit i had never felt that that in my life and i said i looked around and they all looked terrible to me and i said suck it up kt nobody's having a good day today just keep going and so seven miles into the run i actually collapsed my legs finally figured out my brain didn't know what it was doing and it better just take me out or i was going to you know literally kill myself and i had suffered three strokes one that day on the race course and then they say to shortly after that i believe actually had them in the hospital where i had my first like real epiphany about life which is you could die and people would be sad but they would move on all except for like you know you and i had been kinda burning the candle at both ends in every area of my life because that's sort of my dna anyway and not not allowing time for me in that big caregiver thing where you're taking care of everybody else and you think you have all of this expansion of of energy that you can do and then what i realized is i somewhere in there i was actually not getting what i needed and my hadn't even stopped thinking about that till i was laying in the hospital ruben what i realized is things needed to change and so change they did right away and that is part of the drive of the book is the idea of you know choosing what you want and not not worrying about what you didn't really want anyway so financially people do this to themselves all the time they need to make more and more money because they need more and more stuff that they perceive they actually need one or someone else has it and they think they should have it where they should be doing this in it's like a gerbil thing and so i decided right away that if i were going to first of all if i was going to stay in business that it needed to change right away because i was really like the everything to everyone for three hundred eighty families in a very small practice by myself with a couple of staff people and it was you know is unsustainable so i you know i hired some people and i brought in another adviser and i grew a couple more and i spent more of my revenue taking care of hiring the right people to buy myself time and that's how i think about it i think about every time that i bring somebody into the firm to help me do some piece of the firm i think about it as i am buying freedom with that money i'm using it to get work done by somebody else other than me so that i can you know stay married have a good life run by consume to my heart's content and actually sleep at nine it's pretty well you know we do fall into this hey this is my goal this is my target because sometimes it's what we've always been told it's what society tells us or because it's what we've always told ourselves and kitschy you're right sometimes we don't stop to think wait a minute is this really what i wanted it says tells like you know you had a successful business and you were growing it and it was making a lot of money but you didn't realize that just growth wasn't what you want it you wanted growth with your freedom to be able to let somebody else take over the rain sometimes so it wasn't all about you right i mean i think that if you're you know the the quote the hardworking woman but if you're a hardworking person and there's you know there are certain types that are just if there's not a job off i'll find something i can work you know i'm kind of like that kind of person and we really can work ourselves to death and so i always say like the biggest raw deal is dying at the desk you know you work your whole life you save your money you do this you do that you pay your mortgage do all these things and get into first year of retirement or you maybe don't even get into retirement and then you're gone so nobody knows the day or the time and so one of the things i've just decided is that you know dying with the biggest balancesheet is not winning because actually you're still dead and and and money is a means to the end it's not the end and so i always say to people money's valuable as you use it to get what you need and want and take care of the people that you care about period that's all it is what does the ancient chinese saying that was young man young men do everything they can to attain wealth old men spend all of their wealth to try to buy back their health that's right and you can't you can't do it yeah so one of the things that talks about a lot he's been doing meditation for many years and i do yoga every morning and i really trying to get into meditation just haven't been able to it sounds like at with you that your running and you're ironman training it's it's probably i'm guessing a form of meditation for you or you can kind of go to another place right you hit the girl that i swam with today we'll tell you that sometimes i'm just like swimming along and i'm like thinking about rolling something around in my mind or i'm just letting myself be where i am right at that moment and it's very very it clearing right it takes kind of all the noise way i have to believe it helps you physically and mentally i mean it probably not against us all the time that it helps him with the day to day it's not just the for him the ten minutes about tation or for you the time that you're actually out there running i'm sure that during the day in your regular day today it can help train and calm your mind as our absolutely love love that one of the things that you talk about in the book small steps can empower you to put yourself in a better position financially i find this a so true not just financially but with life as well it's just every little thing that you do a little bit different can make a huge difference how do you see it what are what are some of the small steps that you feel are really important to help financially big pitch you know so i think that people make financial decisions the brain works in such a way that you make each to eat each decision independently and you don't really like stack them so if i make this decision than that means i should change this people don't think like that they think one decision at a time and so what i try to say is you want to slow down a little bit and allow yourself because really what it is it's five seconds or it's two minutes it's it's just allowing yourself enough time to reflect on it before he pulled the trigger so like as an example there's a reason why they have president's day day weekend to sell cars not by the way because the cars are cheaper okay because they've convinced people's at this is when you should buy a car and they've convinced the sales people that if you don't fight right then you're never going to buy it and so the sales people are pushing you to make a decision right now about a car you may or may not actually want and you might get so caught up in the process to buy something you don't want and if you think that that's crazy i could tell you how much buyer's remorse there is number one buyer's remorse item is cars how sure six months later they're paying for it and they've lost all the reasons why they thought they were going to buy it and they settle in and they keep it because you know you getting rid of it is not really a good process right is basically you're gonna get host on the price you keep the car anyway but the amount of regret in the purchase of an automobile it's like okay slowdown how do you do that will i is you know if you decide that you're actually not buying that day and you know like especially if you you and your spouse or when you guys basically commit went not by today no matter what the other thing you can do is go looking at cars without the car you're planning on trading in because then they actually can't complete the sale until you bring your car in they look at it right it's really passive it's not really you know it's not an aggressive thing you're not going in there saying no way forget it i'm not doing this with you what you're really doing is you're making it impossible for them to close the sale that day and that's okay you're going to go in and drive a couple of cars you're gonna find out a little bit about what those cars cost then you said you know can i come back and talk to you about my trade and it breaks the sale into two days that's all you really wanna do is just give yourself a little bit of time overnight twenty four hours make sure that that's actually what you really want to and you can literally save thousands of dollars in fact you know there's there's this great little mathematical calculation about if you buy a car every three years versus if you buy a car every four years you save about ten thousand dollars over the course of a decade ev for the people who buy a car every four years for every three years wow okay so if you're going to work for thirty years that's thirty thousand dollars it's not a little bit of money it's the next car right right the next car that's an exactly i love that advice you know you're you're in it is in a very passive way but you're making it impossible for them to close the deal and that changes their attitude which is a good thing because none of us want the high pressure sales of car salesman you know and so that it takes that edged off like they're probably gonna back off a little bit because they know you don't have the car that you're trying to tame hey when you don't have it you can complete the deal i love that soc marts okay t tell us about kt's moneymatters podcast you have been doing it for quite a few months now you've had some amazing guests i'm very curious how you're liking it and what you feel like what what are you getting out of it so i am enjoying podcasting you know i had spent some time doing live colin talk radio in boston for few years and i had really enjoyed that because it was just you know people call up and ask you these outrageous questions and it would be like stumped the adviser and you'd be on the radio honey answering i actually really enjoyed that but the you know today people don't listen to that kind of radio at least not new england so podcasting is like you know it's the circa two thousand eighteen version of talk radio where people get to pick only what they want to listen to and listen to it whenever they want however they want it's lovely like lovely so i went right at it i thought i would love this i would love to do a money show so although i have these great guests may talk about these variety of things i always try to take it back to you know why do you care you know we tend to have a lot of guests who have started their own business i find that a lot of people are very curious about what they would need to do to start their own business you know i've had bankers on talking about what you need to know about mortgages or banking products or things like that but just basically the idea that you get you know bite size financial education so you know drive time financial information where you can learn one thing and then you know go back to your life club that a love and yvette definitely some really really interesting guests on so who is your who's your favorite cast you've had on the podcast far who that's a really good question i would say it was lou diamond i found him to be just a great guest just fun and interesting and diamonds got another podcast also called thrive loud which turn key podcast produces in we lose a great guy we've known lou actually for a year now and he is just kind of amazing and fun and german so kitty has doing the podcast has it changed your outlook on your you know call your day job i mean your business new day solutions right you talk a little bit about that and let me know has has doing the podcast change that at all now i mean you know i have a new day solutions is a really nice business we've been in business a long time most of the people that work for me them with me a long time where highly you know highly accredited we've got i just won the forbes investor by adviser by state award where i'm the only woman in new hampshire on the list so congratulations thank you and so we've we've really enjoyed a really fabulous career as a financial advisory firm and we're family firm so it's not like people wonder you know i think that people work with financial nationals all the time and they're actually not really sure how people get paid or how people are incented and so one of the things that i like is that it's very transparent and that it allows people to to know exactly how they pay me how they work with us what it is that we're trying to do for them and to be on this you know i always say on the same side of the table with my clients which is the most important face the podcast has in the book also is an idea of getting financial information to people beyond my clients have very nice clients the very nice practice it it grows every year new people come we have a nice team of people that work together i'm not running it all by myself anymore thank god and but i know that i have financial information that i would like others to get you know i would like to have a bigger megaphone i'd like to have more people be able to learn a little bit about money so you know i admit i do these things on the podcasts like you know talking about oh i don't know i did a show on lake should you put regular gas or or premium gas in your car and y you know premium gas is kind of a way fee to spend more money to get the exact same thing and what that might mean and you know these little son kind of tippy ideas about money just being a slightly better consumer can help you say you know hundreds hundreds of dollars a year actually without tried just knowing and so i like that the idea breaking it down and make it making it empowering that idea of a small idea that they can they can run with that just makes all of these things make these small changes in they all move you forward no i love that in and it's the kind of advice that i'm sure a new day that you know you don't really get out because you are looking at more big picture big investments not the little every day day to day things and the other thing that you know i don't know how many of our listeners are aware but as far as how you as an adviser get paid the encourage me if i'm wrong on this you know this much better than i do there are a lot of funds out there that are created by maybe the company that the financial advisor works for so if they sell you that fund then they get a kickback sometimes right right i mean it you know there are really two kinds of ways that financial advisor can be compensated they can be receiving commissions based on products that they sell you they could be receiving fees based on work that they do for you or many are actually getting paid for bells and so part of what is hard is when you work with an adviser that gets both commissions and fees is understanding when it is working for you when it is they're selling you something and it doesn't make them all bad because frankly the majority of our industry is in this hybrid commission fee platform but it's exactly what people dislike about the financial industry is that you don't really get how they get paid and you know and when you don't understand how somebody's paid you you actually can't understand when you're also paying more or when their advice is actually more for their benefit then for yours right because of course they're supposed to be advising you to to do better for you but if they're pushing their own product it could be because they want a higher commission on it right you know and also you know the type of product so you know the the reality is i always say to my clients you know if i'm recommending a product that generates the highest compensation to me you and i should be asking why this product right a credit add advisers and there was a fiduciary role the came in on the end of the obama administration that got set aside that was about the idea that advisors had to have a fiduciary responsibility to clients which they don't they're like i don't wanna say they're like car sales men but they have the same legal responsibility to you as car salesman because they actually worked for the dealership and the only people that are not it doesn't right it doesn't mean i can't buy great outy from the audi dealer and the salesman that works there just means i gotta know that he's not really getting paid for me getting paid from audi and he's got a home matrix for how he gets paid that i'm never gonna understand it's just you know let's not get into politics i think doug and i do enough of that on tuesday and thursday kt thank you so much for coming on anything that you want to any last bit of advice you wanna to give us before we wrap it up yeah i'd love you to pass on like if you have a i always think about my book is like the perfect kind of cutting eight coming of age book for women so here's what i'll say you have a young college grad you have a young high school grad you have a daughter a sister a wife a friend that you think some basic financial education in a really nonthreatening way please share with them contact information about getting my book the hard working woman's guide for money which is 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Brian Copeland

01:32 min | 3 years ago

LA among cities in US bid for 2026 World Cup

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"brunner" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"brunner" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"This animated cogan probably has it as well in just scroll girl has hulk hogan wrestling show with the hulk hogan says it hulk hogan parentheses cartoon brunner not the gremlins in the movie what brother they did they did reduce thirty did we on the walk of fame brother is his is his thing hulk hogan doesn't say terry belaya what do you mean would be hall cody cartoon it's terry belaya and like the guy that released the sex tape that's it gawker knows all about mr terry belay all tell you that inside and out and every nook and cranny leg drop you'll give me a couple of billion bucks pork goes in come comes out goes in come out that's awful this movie is technically children although man i'm really surprised it's rated pg it's nuts it's hard pg seventeen every this is like this hearkens back to the days in the eighties when like sixteen candles could be ready this is the holy siahaan of fritz the cat what did you like it's it's the early two thousands of this made in the late nineties so we're still doing a lot of crude humor not that that's gone away but like specifically american that timeframe american pie did something to mainstream compass and mary as well of course yes and that was all ninety eight ninety nine two thousand leading into this right and if you look back on it by the way there's something about mary american pie and shrek three movies tied together by scenes with people playing with com.

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"brunner" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

Big Brown Breakdown

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"brunner" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

"Brunner fight was kind of his introduction to the general boxing fans and and just like i'd say general fight fans in just it wasn't he hasn't had a lot of huge fights where you would know his name if you're just a common fan does that make sense agent browner off see a huge name personality that was a big fight for him and that was on national tv and then this next fight you know not a huge name but still a world champion at one forty so he wins that belt so for him i think it's more about getting these fights that are going to get more eyeballs on them we know we know he's one of the best he's pound for pound one of the best fundamentals i don't think there's anyone better maybe loma chanko crawford's up there but the union pick and choose between those three of those guys so he needs like if i was his manage i do like a danny garcia even though i'll see dentist fought at one forty one forty seven he doesn't really want to go there i don't think mikey does but i i think he's gonna take something like that to get him the bigger paydays the bigger you know well known kind of opponents that's what i would do with them other than that though man not a whole lot gonna find those fight this weekend in london right yep i'm fight pass i don't have five pass so i will legally stream it like brian cowen just kidding i will i will do something free trial do you is there a free trials for trump but i heard the problem with it is like it's difficult to get out of it like if you wanted to do that month or whatever it is it's tough day it's like it's like a little gymnasium circus at you have to go through they get you they get your so you kind of forced into it.

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"brunner" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

Big Brown Breakdown

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"brunner" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

"Brunner fight was kind of his introduction to the general boxing fans and and just like i'd say general fight fans in just it wasn't he hasn't had a lot of huge fights where you would know his name if you're just a common fan does that make sense agent browner off see a huge name personality that was a big fight for him and that was on national tv and then this next fight you know not a huge name but still a world champion at one forty so he wins that belt so for him i think it's more about getting these fights that are going to get more eyeballs on them we know we know he's one of the best he's pound for pound one of the best fundamentals i don't think there's anyone better maybe loma chanko crawford's up there but the union pick and choose between those three of those guys so he needs like if i was his manage i do like a danny garcia even though i'll see dentist fought at one forty one forty seven he doesn't really want to go there i don't think mikey does but i i think he's gonna take something like that to get him the bigger paydays the bigger you know well known kind of opponents that's what i would do with them other than that though man not a whole lot gonna find those fight this weekend in london right yep i'm fight pass i don't have five pass so i will legally stream it like brian cowen just kidding i will i will do something free trial do you is there a free trials for trump but i heard the problem with it is like it's difficult to get out of it like if you wanted to do that month or whatever it is it's tough day it's like it's like a little gymnasium circus at you have to go through they get you they get your so you kind of forced into it.

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"brunner" Discussed on Brains On!

Brains On!

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"brunner" Discussed on Brains On!

"Mm hmm i molly boom and my co host for this episode of brains on is twelve year old henry goldman hello so henry you play video games yeah and you are the first video game we ever played mm the first video game ever played was probably q brunner back when i was four or five what's key runner it's this game where it was kinda like a simulation of a car almost six up you were just than ero and you would have to tell the phone or i pat or whatever device you had back and forth trying to avoid all of these just random cubes that would pop up on the screen was their music there was music do you remember it inland something like did did did i don't think it's one of those songs whereas in your head but it doesn't come out two two um so which video game would you say has your favorite music month favorite music off this game called bouncy slime it's on the ipad where are you this little flying ball and kind of like a bounce around it's weird but it's fun why does that have your favorite music what about a deal like i don't know it just kinda triggers slump in that makes it vaughn game seems more fun to what it actually enhances the game when you have the music on yet because some time to get he bumped up record sometimes you don't like the music for games right yeah and then it bugs you and then you don't play that game henry finds video game music annoying sometimes so we want to know what affect does videogame music have on players before we get to that question let's look at where video game use a came from producer mark sanchez is here to tell us more hi mark eggers hello mike.

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"brunner" Discussed on The Point Of It All

The Point Of It All

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"brunner" Discussed on The Point Of It All

"Elizabeth brunner followed by a sierra got broader is society in your leak british adults alan colmes our news fire the aama judgments in mom news in a series of male oh lightly nor was there my potting just do in arms dare you a chicken you make a good song of this enormous harry or slaying of was slow bow who may be to exhume in a message one the new yes has an unrivalled to line queen of really hard the new messier remarkable liars each home all right allies mark mary nia long the euro as was using prison the guardrail yonder room you know you while so certain raise happened will have on the list the a belgium ireland the law as a solid the most eligible ukraine her hand this is sold out there this mizzou you realize all year this senior this week we we nestle women why lyon yasuzu fungoides the her he's quality only those ego you know stay through unremitting remitted homemade finally landlords oh we're going dental neither do well yes million song like bad we'll make songs iron azazel you girl right there you ms did a young sal marsciano all you need that water owns global warming you'd up shop owner go from regional mosley the worm boom have you ever edible media as uses slower on a mile long here is it was armed alarm wrote about her she was praised by loves her she was sandler your store light differ case like this warmer fair she was send me.

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"brunner" Discussed on Crash On My Couch

Crash On My Couch

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"brunner" Discussed on Crash On My Couch

"You're out across what sky deal and then i was like who going to get up on may recurrent brunner deserves to number two at it's not just about what you talk about it's how utah so easy just give us an example is not to what they say and bounce the ball back this is how smooth first a conversation that just a conversation i naidoo avoid extremes in a totally dominate but debuted known contribute aretha so basically just like tried to like a fucking robocall daca human being be like oh yes you love italy love italy two islands talk about italy what do you think of italy that's will they're fucking saying no what they're saying is that said i mike here i just love as i say something really graphic you know what i just love shutting hampshire's at my ass and then i would say i too low shoving hampshire's up my ass no no you don't have to say that you can go oh yeah hampshire's like my favorite pat bowie differ from the conversation that aiming siew uncomfortable it says here avoiding treatments for me dominate but derby noncountry of a an add to what they say about the ball back like linked with your pets did you have a pilot were uh all the back over there that was free smooth that's what i'm saying i see i would that that sounds difficult having a governor's ace and number three schatz secrets emotional personal information exchange during first state conversation permits powerful feelings of connection i guess i try to get like an embassy in that though because i remember like if i met some one and they like tried to have like a com like i don't alec my age don't really get along my sister or something like that i was like a secret though i mean it's like a person all i think they're referring to by where you hit the dead body yeah i you know so funny unlike soy quota with i was looking to ease as an example as new might slow kill someone had runway i don't think that's the best thing to do her first date is argued that where you you're where you hide the dead bodies offer hour in a psychologist at the state university of new york at stony brook is interested in how people fourmatch relationships and he's come up with an ingenious way of taking men and.

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"brunner" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

Daily Racing Form

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"brunner" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

"Nurse for the support over the years we had a couple of questions come in that's one of the things we do here on the show is answer a questions i had an answer to this that i responded directly but wanted to get your take on it i'm guessing it's going to be the same as mine somebody looking for a place to sit at santa anita where he can access his laptop and the internet he offered the caveat that his betting minimums aren't up to eddie logan sweet standards so he asked where he should go instead um i would say front runners always good that was model gesture brunner's good it the con at the end door dining with the kind of the florida ceiling glass that runs from about the wider to the outer no sixteen poll maybe a little bit past the sick people so that when galway's good great view of the track great view of the horses you know coming across the dirt on the downhill all those things are great the if you're looking for more of an outdoor air situation the turf terrorist works as well um you're a little bit past the wire in that situation but you are still elevated enough where you can you can see kind of what's going on um i it but if you're going to have your computer and all that stuff and you wanna go to plug it in and lee i would do the front runner give a call that was my suggestion is well get sorted out the front runner really fun seen up there i like that macho mary that they have they they sort of.

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"brunner" Discussed on The Joe Budden Podcast

The Joe Budden Podcast

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"brunner" Discussed on The Joe Budden Podcast

"But now listen so this is a song by gentlemen by the name of money baggio who i was recently introduced to i've only heard this song in one setting the net setting was beautiful so if i play it now and we don't feel it i'm going to choke it up to that setting but i listen to it and he was talking to sheep he was he was so this is called don't know i don't know if this is a sleeper a night is on could be megan all bungee noise out there but i don't foggy no 'cause i'm old washed so don't know money baggio what i purchased a song items stream streaming i purchased it for the lyrics i did highlight today ally giver shoulders top three window coverings goblet nobody know the gunman they dental tone as a prisoner caused smog freed light ring josh battle carrier legal battle miles donald brunner rushing cow well she wrong below two laser we are caused the ray mud takes is changing debbie dorsey good gouda dilemma july he won't healthy she trying to do both scorer on his knee dude a tough new riedel bullet making this type of smash showman polar god god we've done i think various neograph affair has a man got to get her here fixed after you run it i like now i like when coming through country legal thoughts listed about on the shebaa them abroad which have really given overflow canal cuba god triumph.

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"brunner" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"brunner" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"It's gotta be mostly good right sure yeah like inside it's probably weird and fucked up in like there's a twisted sense of humor involved but like there's got to be more happy people in the not of the people who stay married so yeah yeah that's like that's like that's there's like in and there's like there's good like you know there's look this stereotype of like men they're like there's incompetent bumbling and liked it's like the the latest thing a seems to be like a lot of men in my commercials and stuff for just just buchan morons in the women are almost like these like overgrown mothers just like off this guy uh ladies right are all of our men this fucking stupid like i don't know like i feel like it did you're going to see some that it just like thompson these guys like you like a dan reicher type imagined imagine can you explain to people who dan reichert is because i should just dropped at aimed at not yeah he's a he's a guy who's on the giant bomb staff and he does a lot of videos and podcast for them and he's he's weird dude he doesn't have a lot of life export didn't have a lot of life experience when he moved out there uh i don't wanna talk too much crap about him brunner though i dislike him very strongly but but imagine so this guy got married in the taco bell he did his this this is your man looks like yeah i can't imagine there's anything in this is your men dan reichert addition that would have scared this woman off if she was willing to get married in a takally feel like you felt like that's that's a good point and also defeat like day like he he's like an like i because that's the thing is like if you're disgusting human being than the best way to be that is the beit unapologetic absolute version look this is who i am i'm going to have strong opinions on stuff i don't know anything about ongoing us who i'm going to refuse to have adult tastes in anything i'm going to things that require adult taste someone decry as snooty and dumb and dental yeah like that's like again again that's honesty that's all on so i'm trying to get to right right and the whole point of this is your men.

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"brunner" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

Big Brown Breakdown

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"brunner" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

"The the oregon palos verdes red thing in aren't saying it's a light but you don't just go you'll have all my god power that mean you'll hit hard enough to get respect a new honoring the soft me conner talked enough to get respect for the latter belania cleanly wearing though small gloves and they'll get a respect plus one 100 percent uh bullets blitz move onto the reason why you're in fruit in brooklyn and while you're flying all over the places to me one of the greatest fights especially of this year in boxing mikey garcia versa your boy brunner and use you fought brunner is is he is he loves the this the story of this whole fight the they're so different it's i'm funny and if you if you if the listeners if you haven't looked into mike darcy whose ridiculous with malta time world champion and then osce brunner adrian brunner they come from completely different worlds yacht mikey garcia was going to go into law enforcement he has is crazy pedigree the up browner who you know run from law enforcement doesn't come from crazy pedigree and then you've got these dynamic personalities one guys humble one guy super outlandish to me it's such a interesting fight in i'm nervous already for the fight appalling i'm nervous because there's so much on the line for both guys for my he took two and a half years off right and he's coming up in weight class the up brunner where he is really only lost two major fights and if he loses this one where does he go the in mikey need this window validate what he's been doing pronin needs fight on his resume it stresses me out man.

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"brunner" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

Big Brown Breakdown

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"brunner" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

"It's time to think about what pine i could do in the future but i mean we're gonna i'm checking colin when he when he strings codger scarfform with them after we wrapped in um i think three such an inch interesting viewpoint imagine being camp with conner in a guy of his you know magnitude beano sesc were connors at stuff like that i think we cool madda and he'd be real to unite thomas you realize amee check in with you every night after spar of this guy just see where our at his can help my analysts forecasts well you know yet direct source with poly so shout out to i love that guy she remove out some current events on the other thing is is on showtime next weekend in i know you guys always asked me tell you about some good boxing you cannot get a better fight the mikey garcia mikey garcia and adrian brunner it is such a fund fight it's on showtime if you don't have it it's not papercuttings just showtime policy mccollum the fight on with resting brian the rest of the guys but it is an amazing fight igor sees undefeated he he had this week's tunnel red tape with this promoters but he's undefeated what has gone up each way class is his third weight class become a three wei class world champion and he is a straight savage just a monster um his brother coaches his brother was a a phenomenal boxer phenomenal coach and ice fighting you know um adrian brunner who is one of the most frustrating fires wall time and i should get a shit together and if he does have shipped together in for an epic fight and it looks like he's going to have it shipped together so tune in that on showtime time it's next week i'm sure breakdown similar next week but at the big fight let's jump in some ma world current events in this crazy mixed martial arts world sounds good i one is conner so he was more than a tender one underdog before and according to bow vodka online betting site he's a lesson of forty one odds uh we got less than fourtoone odds.

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