11 Burst results for "Carlos Book"

"carlos book" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:42 min | Last week

"carlos book" Discussed on ESPN FC

"They used to call January camp? What? Camp cupcake. Oh, can you believe that? They still call it that. The disrespect. Yeah. But we should point out that every once in a while, maybe even more than every once in a while. You find something good in January, camp, something real good. So what we're going to do now is top 5 gems of January camp at the U.S. men's national team. Why don't you start us off? At number 5. Bear with me, all right, number 5, Matt Turner. Come on down. Got his national team debut in January camp. Never look back. Same year he started 6 games, 6 games in the gold cup got 5 shutouts. One of those one zero win versus your beloved Mexico in that final in Las Vegas Nevada, you were there, Seth, you remember that. You were also Seb in Qatar. In Qatar where he posted two shout outs, something that's not been done by a U.S. men's national goalkeeper since I think you were like three, 1930. So big time right there. That's number 5, all right? Let's go to number four. Oh, number four is a good one. Everybody's favorite GM. One of my favorite teammates, one of my favorite center backs in the U.S. men's national setup, excuse me. Carlos book and nebra, a nigger. Center back and left back over a decade's worth of experience in Europe. Over a hundred and something capsule, we got a 110 caps with the U.S. men's national team, one of the best left foots that you will see from a center back. A really good player and one of the original captain Americas. That is our number four. Now GM of Atlanta United Carlos bocanegra. He's number four. Number three. Josie

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"carlos book" Discussed on Bitcoin Magazine Podcast

Bitcoin Magazine Podcast

04:45 min | Last week

"carlos book" Discussed on Bitcoin Magazine Podcast

"Hey everyone. Yeah, it didn't surprise me because I had read chairman John Carlos book before that presentation and really he's always recapping his biography. So it was it was mostly about I would suggest Kris Jen Carlo. I wanted to keep the focus very clearly on the need to separate bank from state and the fact that Bitcoin is the only project doing that. Yeah, Natalie, I thought you're sort of last point as well was just such a sort of climactic way to end. Just sort of, and I don't know if you were able to see his face, but I was watching him sort of just like shift in his chair when you kind of just said, there will not be an acceptably private implementation of a CBDC, and I wish that conversation could have gone on longer. And I'm sure you do as well. Are there any points that you wanted to make on that call that you didn't get around to making? No, I said everything I needed to say. Perfect. Yeah, we're going to get a recording of that presentation because if you guys were just listening in the spaces, you didn't get to see Natalie's excellent PowerPoint skills in action as well. So when we get that recording, put it on the Bitcoin policy institute, YouTube so that we can go watch Natalie own the IMF in perpetuity. Yeah, and I'll share my slides with you in the next few minutes. What do you think of chairman Jay and Carlos kind of broad acceptance of this space, but maybe lack of specificity with regard to Bitcoin, right? We hear that a lot. He talked a lot about how blockchain could have stopped us from the O 8 crisis, right? And I think you really leaned into a lot of the more fundamental kind of political theory that led you to embrace Bitcoin. So could you talk a little bit about that, I don't know, you can call it attention, but maybe a slight disagreement there.

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"carlos book" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:35 min | 2 weeks ago

"carlos book" Discussed on ESPN FC

"To see their guy and you know what landing united fans. They love Joseph Martinez. They're going to see their guy go to a, I don't know, really rival pseudo rivalry. Conference rival, I said pseudo rival in inter Miami. They're not going to be happy. Carlos bocas attempting to explain why he allowed this player to go to arrival. Doesn't it? It makes sense if you're talking, if this is Carlos book a negra talking to fire away, he's talking to the fans. He's talking to the Atlanta fans. Where it doesn't make sense. That's why you asked me, is he telling truth? Yes, he's telling the truth. He could have done all that. They could have done all that. But get lost because why would you even say it? Well, you're just going to anger and rile up the fan base even more. Now, let me tell you something, okay? Garth I agree coming to Atlanta United is a game changer for the fans is a game changer for that ownership for the organization for Gonzalo Pineda. But the biggest game changer is for Carlos bocanegra. There is credibility that comes with Garth arguably. Let him do what he does. College buchan has been taking a lot of heat over the years. Some of that absolutely deserved the coaching hires and you can go back and look at everybody after Tata martino. The bore Heinz Gonzalo Pineda. Everything that went down at the root of all that was turmoil with Joseph Martinez. Everybody who possibly was there from the past is gone. With that, the accomplishments. So you bring in somebody who knows what he's doing in Garth away. This is a blessing for everybody, especially Carlos. I tell you what, I got to applaud Atlanta United here. They took care of a club legend, and whether you like Boko Negro talking about it or not hurt, and I can understand. He's coming to breaking his arm patting himself on the back here saying how nice he in Atlanta United were. I like the fact that Arthur blank, who has given Joseph Martinez already a lot, says, look, Joseph Martinez is a great player who's going to go to arrival and I'm willing to buy him out and facilitate that because I want my club legends to feel like they'll still part of this, right? Like they have the respect. I don't think we see that enough around Major League Soccer. I don't know that we see it enough around the rest of the world. This is to me a sign of respect from Atlanta United States. Is it respect to Joseph a respect to the fans? I'm asking you what you think, which one it is. Can it be both? We both pick one. More Joseph, more Joseph. I think fans would have understood. This would not have been the first team to say, sorry, legend, we're not gonna send you to our rivals. Sorry, sorry. You can go somewhere else in MLS, but you know, try Western Conference team. Or somebody we don't really care about, right? Something we have no geographic Atlanta fans. I think they might. I think they might care when they see Joseph Martinez in an inner Miami shirt. I'll tell you that much. All right, let's focus in on enter Miami. Do you think Joseph Martinez is an upgrade? Pretty Joseph ACL tear and 2020. Today, dealing the reality of today. That's the thing. That's the issue. So with Joseph Martinez comes a certain level of turmoil of havoc. The

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"carlos book" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

02:29 min | 3 weeks ago

"carlos book" Discussed on ExtraTime

"Okay, so let's take it first. First I want to say that I think what we are witnessing is a sign that Garth loger way is, I don't know if this is like, hey, this has Garth lager was fingerprints all over it. These moose. To me, my personal opinion is more of like Garth where he came in and he's course correcting. You know, he probably came in and looked at what was happening. And listen, Carlos book an eggo told us earlier towards the end of the last season that they were in a bit of a salary cap crunch. He let us know that this was going to happen, essentially. And then you have players like Alan Franco, Mercedes Moreno expensive players that haven't really been excellent for Atlanta United. They become dispensable, and when you're trying to clear up space to rebuild and keep positions like the back line, the number 6, the spine, essentially, and the number 9 position, well, these players are going to have to move on. So for me, it was like Garth lague coming in and seeing the reality of the united in terms of roster building. And before he can really, I think this team can become a Garth lager way sort of team. You have to do make these moves and move people on. And so what does that say about the dynamics with Carlos bodega Garth are always always said that he's going to work with everyone here in Atlanta. And I think it's a bit of a political and diplomatic way of saying it. But we all know that Garth lager way is highly respected perhaps the best GM in the league. Exactly. It's like he knows what he's doing. He knows what he's doing. I expect him to be all over this all over the front office all over the moves. The roster moves. And eventually really implanting what he believes that led united can be on the field and off the field as well. But I don't think this is the off season where we're going to see all that come to fruition. We're seeing what needs to happen in order to take that next step. Joseph Martinez part of that always headlines in Atlanta always something talk about with Felipe carnes of the athletic. Felipe, you're on a break, you're hanging out. You're not in sweatpants, get out of the house, go do something, have a coffee man. We appreciate your time. Always guys, take care see you soon. All right, let's bring on a guest now an expert in Argentine football, football, however you wanna say it, Pedro coats, Peter Coates. He's here with us now.

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"carlos book" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

06:56 min | 2 months ago

"carlos book" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

"And hopefully you can find it at your local bookstore. Yay. All right, so you know when I read that little introduction there and I totally had my NPR voice going on. It was awesome. I was thinking about everything you do, hunter, and it blows me away. So your coach and you teach these courses and you have this membership program and your podcast and you put this awesome stuff on social media that totally makes me think and pause and actually put down my phone because I shouldn't be staring at it anyways. And you have this great newsletter like you're doing all the things and you have if I'm not mistaken like two kids and a life and a husband and all that stuff. So why did you write a book? I mean, you already have these amazing ways of getting the news out into the world and writing a book is a ton of work and it's not always fun. So what were you thinking, lady? Tell me, why did you write this book? Well, that's a good question. I didn't know how much work it was. Maybe that's why. I was like, I could do this. I could do this. I've always been I've always been one of those, you know, the smart kids in the class, getting the grades doing achieving, doing the things, and I was always a good student. And I always liked I've always been really literary, really into reading really into writing, I read a lot, like if I need to escape, I'm in a book. And I kind of realized I said, the reason why I wrote this book is really that I saw that there was this world, the sort of parenting world, and there's all these things that are out there. And there's all this information out there that's really wonderful and valuable and good. And I saw that there were sort of these seemed like to me, there were two camps that weren't really talking or paying attention to each other. And so I was very much, I spent a lot of time in the world of that mindfulness camp, because I'd been studying about it since I was a teenager because I desperately needed it. And I had learned a lot about meditation and mindfulness and all of those things. And then as my kids got became alive, frankly. And then started to talk back to me and all those things I started to dive into this sort of parenting world, and how can I do this better? And I'm really doing a terrible job at this. So let me do this better. And what I saw is that in the mindfulness world, the kind of mindset was like, okay, if we can just calm down our stress response, we can calm down and move slower and be more patient than everything's gonna be fine and you're just dandy. Excuse me for laughing, go ahead. And then in the parenting world, there was this, there was this sort of like this sort of mindset of like, well, if you can just say the right things, if you can just respond to the right way, you know, write an air quotes, then everything's just going to be fine, and you're going to be okay. And what I really was frustrated with and sort of the parenting world was like, okay, every single instruction starts with step one pause. But how do you do that? And then it'll be fine. Just become, it's easy. Just become just approach them in a calm way. Great. How do you do that? And then, you know, and then in that mindfulness world, it was like, well, once you're calm, you're just going to miraculously know what to say, and that was complete BS, because then I would say something that was like something kind of maybe a little unskilful that my parents might have said to me. And then when I was a kid and then it would be my toddler would be like a time bomb like exploding again to the words I was saying. So I saw that one without the other was not enough. That in the parenting in that communication world, there really needed, they really needed a lot of this information about step one, how to calm your stress response, how to have more self awareness, how to get to that place of more awareness you can respond thoughtfully. And then in the mindfulness world, they needed, you know, mindfulness wasn't enough. You really needed those skillful communication. So I saw that mindfulness and skillful communication. They needed to come together. And so that's really what raising good humans does is bring these two things together. And that's what I see as the wings we need to fly are like, we need to be able to calm down our stress response, have more self awareness and kindness within. And we need to be able to communicate better to our children in a more effective way to our children. Hunter, that is amazing. And so many kudos to you because one of the things I love about your book is you jam so much information in there, but it's not 800 pages long, which is great because I can't read 800 pages. But you do it in a way that feels really accessible and readable and I was like drawn into the book and I just kept reading. It was awesome. And you really tackled both of these hard issues because like in my most recent book, I didn't tackle the issue about what do you actually do once your calm? I was basically like hey parents. Here's how to not lose it. And PS good luck with the rest of it. So I'm very thrilled and happy and as a parent who loves these kind of books and is a mindfulness practitioner. I'm so grateful that you wrote this book because I need it. We all need it. So Carlos book is wonderful, by the way, and you should get it. How to stop using it. Losing your beep at your kids. Guys, really what this podcast is going to be is a little love fest between me and hunter talking about how great our books are. So just enjoy that. Enjoy that. But listen, hunter, look, one of the things I love about you and your podcast and your book is how honest and relatable you are and, you know, usually when I think of like yoga mamas, I'm like, oh my God, they're skinny and perfect and calm all the time and they bake their own food and never make processed food and whatever. But the point is you don't do that. I mean, I don't know, maybe you do do that, but you're also honest and real and authentic. And you open the book with a very authentic moment, which is this memory that I think many of your readers and listeners can relate to, which is you like crying on the floor after you've lost it with your kids, right? I think you're out in the hallway, and you just lost it. And I've cried after I've lost it absolutely. And so, but now I don't think you're crying in the hallway as much anymore, right? I'm hoping I don't cry in the hallways. Although it's okay, it's okay if you do, we're having a lot of compassion here. It's okay if you do. But really, I'd love to hear about some of the changes you've made in your life and your parenting style that I think are reflected in this book, right? But what are some of the changes you've made in your life and your parenting since that moment that maybe readers and listeners could

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Chapter 4 of 'American Marxism' Is a Frequent Favorite

Mark Levin

01:27 min | 1 year ago

Chapter 4 of 'American Marxism' Is a Frequent Favorite

"I went into a Barnes and no copies audiobook and I also got the breaking the news and four copies of that in an audiobook and I have to listen to it twice because I'm just a high school educated truck driver and it's got a lot of stuff that I have to research and find out what it means But my favorite chapter so towards chapter four and I'm actually on the second going through a second time on there But Alex Carlos book will answer some of your questions about who's at the media and stuff like that He's got a lot of stuff But Jonathan I've always said about this book Take your time and you may have to go through it once or twice There are twice And chapter four is on the CRT and gender ism and Marxism how they all relate and that seems to be among the favorite of a lot of folks too And you know I had a dirty Joe just FYI you know and to do my part to speak out and everything I had a dirty trailer I just went up to Boston and on the back of the trailer you know I wrote my glove and I wrote CRT equals segregation And on the other side I wrote read American Marxism by Mark Levin With Tennessee And nobody saw that yet Well thank you for that I

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"carlos book" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"carlos book" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Right let's take some calls What do you say Let's go to Jonathan Cosworth Tennessee XM satellite a trucker Jonathan how are you sir How you doing sir It's great to talk to you mister Levin Thank you Tell you I went into a Barnes and no copies audiobook and I also got the breaking the news and four copies of that in an audiobook and I have to listen to it twice because I'm just a high school educated truck driver and it's got a lot of stuff that I have to research and find out what it means But my favorite chapter so towards chapter four and I'm actually on the second going through a second time on there But Alex Carlos book will answer some of your questions about who's at the media and stuff like that He's got a lot of stuff But Jonathan I've always said about this book Take your time and you may have to go through it once or twice There are twice And chapter four is on the CRT and gender ism and Marxism how they all relate and that seems to be among the favorite of a lot of folks too And you know I had a dirty Joe just FYI you know and to do my part to speak out and everything I had a dirty trailer I just went up to Boston and on the back of the trailer you know I wrote my glove and I wrote CRT equals segregation And on the other side I wrote read American Marxism by Mark Levin With Tennessee And nobody saw that yet Well thank you for that I appreciate that You're very very kind And I want to send you a copy of American Marxism signed copy Thanks Thanks a ton I really appreciate that Jonathan Of folks the books are going to be a little delayed getting out Because I'm getting together the book plates to sign which I will do next week So they'll start those that haven't received me But they'll start going out next week And those of you who are going to retail stores to purchase the book you're not going to believe this There is a paper shortage Are you aware this mister Medusa And so the printing of books is going to become a little bit more complicated I would just told this so I want to encourage those of you who want to get copies for Christmas or Hanukkah or for other occasions but whatever I'm quite serious about this If you're not getting an ebook if you're not getting the audio version you want to get a hard cover version I would suggest you get the hardcover version now And not wait A lumber prices are through the roof and obviously that's where paper comes from And lumber is becoming shorter and shorter in supply I'm telling you it's like the third world around here So this is something you've been thinking about getting a copy or giving a copy for a special occasion as a gift or in the holidays This is not hype I was told this yesterday and I got to be kidding me He said no I said well it makes sense It's lumber Get your copier copies now because I don't know what it's going to look like When the holidays are here I'm just being perfectly honest about it All right let us go to Robert Los Angeles California XM satellite go ahead Robert.

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"carlos book" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

12:19 min | 1 year ago

"carlos book" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

"Fly garrick mushroom had anything to do with it or do you think there's a maybe a loss species of mushroom that might be the culprit because i think the flag garrick mushroom is pretty ubiqu- leg it's very noticeable but very unique so i think if it was truly that mushroom we might have more evidence. Is there evidence for what your thoughts because his red and white for those who aren't familiar it's that classic red and white dotted mushroom that you see associated with like santa claus and when you look into that kind of stuff right yeah. It's the garrick is interesting. Definitely i think has a prominent role in definitely in european religion in a lot of european cultures. I think it did have a minor role in the middle east. There's a particularly in. This region of lebanon is seems. Has there some popularity in this area concerning this maybe up into turkey a little bit as well too but i think that the tropical suicide and mushrooms probably actually more common in egypt and in because this was a warm tropical climate and probably had a lot of moisture and fog coming off the mediterranean and the red sea and around that area. I think would have been more conducive to the tropical suicide and mushrooms rather than the the amanita mysterious which typically grown colder climates so being a mountainous region in the middle east. You'd have some emma nita's growing but it seems to be more common to europe and i do give have one brief section on this in my book were a terence mckenna did also bring this up to keep brought up this notion. That are gordon watson. The father of my college really focused a lot on the amanita mosquito mushrooms and kind of steamed to disregard the suicide and mushroom. Some kinney's it tears mckenna offers an analysis. Why did he thinks that is. It's really interesting so we kinda quote from gave eye. I interject a little bit too. But it seems that are gordon. Watson was european scholar in that symbol. He was familiar with yet. It's it's a very common. Russian kind of religious symbol in his wife was russian. Are gordon lost. Twice was rushing. So it's kind of. His wife was actually the person who introduced him to mushrooms in the first place. But that's what kind of sparked his interest in this in this area. They were on their honeymoon and she picks the mushrooms and she was delighted. She showed in the mushrooms he was just terrified. And apparently this this event just like ruined their honeymoon or something and down so he just became so curious about. Why what by did he have that reaction to the two mushrooms like they were lethal or toxic and an why she loved him so much in cultural difference just really fascinated him and he started studying the stuff so i think i think he just kind of focused on the anita's a lot because that was kind of his world that he was coming from and what back then. People didn't think that suicide and exist anywhere except for south america but now we know that the that they're suicide mushrooms in israel and egypt and all over the middle east and india's well so i think it's reasonable to assume that the tropical areas of the oath of the mediterranean back then especially when it was more fertile about three thousand years ago seems to be the case that it was yes the i think you're definitely using suicide mushrooms but probably some amanita mushrooms there as well so yeah very interesting. I know gordon watson was yep big partos like it becoming a thing in the sixties and obviously you're traveling down to mexico remember learning some of this in one of our favorite books that carlos cast in teachings of don juan yawkey way and he may mention this kind of sacred relationship with a little smoke. He calls it right this little. He sprinkles mushroom powder into his pipe and smokes it with a blend of different things. Have you looked into like the native american or american use of mushrooms at all as a somewhere. You might go in the future after you get through. I mean the bible's of big task. I don't wanna. I slipped in much right now. Yeah it's it's great. You know i'm pretty. I feel pretty happy with what i've been able to do with my english understanding of the bible. I think it's pretty good. Other scholars might go through fine-tooth comb and beater correct things. I made a mistake on. Or maybe they'll further elaborate on some other things. I missed or didn't notice. So i i'm just doing this through an english lands and just trying to get a pretty simplified english version of a just a sensible way of how this might have happened but seems to be that their historical story so i just give them the benefit of the doubt can just work through it and think about how this might be a real historical event and i look at a lot of scholars to draw from a lot of people. So they're not like doing this myself. I'm on the internet all the time looking at stuff in trying to look at other points of view so it's soars native. Americans are concerned. Yeah that's that. I'm interested in indeed indeed indigenous american culture too. Yeah i serve. Read an article recently that there was an interesting like cave. Drawing of this five pointed star at they thought was it was in south west america. I can't remember where it was exactly. But they thought it was. Depiction of detroit flower. Which which is this scopolamine flower. That is it has a very kind of dangerous reputation. And i think probably rightly so seems to be dangerous but one of the more dangerous plant drugs that are out there but it seems that this was probably a big one in america i think the the the deterrent plants were probably be care and the also big at europe to back in the day the called bella yet winning we take it to make their is bigger her pledge to be more attractive reduced. Really thousand carlos's book to might angry at the chin deter and they mentioned like this is only for the most season shamans under the right circumstances them with the right preparation because it is very deadly and and i didn't realize that scopolamine was the same plan because i've heard the scopolamine Being used in like south american countries to like drug people and knock them unconscious and then rob them and it has like a a losing your memory type affect and industry. That's that's really. I'm in this like a ninja during this. Very scary stout yeah. The is something that he definitely want to be. Careful with mushrooms and cannabis were pretty good for most people. I mean that's that really does. It's it's pretty. That's us pretty strong. If you take enough of that you not miss out on too much on salvia and gypsum. We'd are also mentioned in that book and salvia is another interesting one right. I think jemson weed is a type of either savvier deter. I'm not shook moore detoro yet citizens. It is a deterrent. It's i think a slang term for deterrent. I think julia yet. I think that's kind of what he mentioned is like there are certain circumstances or pieces of the plant that you can use and yeah apparently gypsum. Ye like gives this like two three week. Almost peyote like trip if you use it under the right circumstances. Avi sat on advocate for that. But yeah it's definitely there. There's offense -iety of hallucinogenic plants out there especially right here in america. No kidding and yet the liberty cap is one. That's actually been really interesting me quite a lot lately which is a type of suicide and mushroom that grows in grass instead of on cow manure. So you have it. The tropical suicide and mushrooms that are white and they kind of got this golden-capped and andy grown in cow poop in cow pastures typically tropical climates. There's another kind of suicide mushroom. Is that we kind of nicknamed liberty cap. This grows and grass can grow in colder climates. Like just before. The new ids grows up in new york. He crows no oughta different places where etiquette. So the maybe we can find some fear. Because i i've gone around. You know several places in connecticut and found really beautiful mushrooms. a whole variety never eaten anything. I'm for it. I jameson and i worked for a farmer's market and there is a guy who sold forged mushrooms. I mean i've found turkey tail and all that but that's really to know that there might be liberty caps up here. Yeah yeah it's i think that they're they're kind of up in that area and what's really interesting to think about. Is this the symbol of the liberty cap being such an important symbol for the american end. I i don't know if this is just a coincidence. That american revolutionaries us a liberty cap is the symbol of their this revolutionary laboratory movement. And the fact that they call these mushrooms now liberty cavs. I don't know what that is a little incidents that i mean. I think this might be a a part of the culture. And there are a lot of native americans that fought on our side during this war. There's really interesting thing and saving for the next block. That is just like it's what it's choice printed. I'll tell you this episode coming after we had david way on the podcast whose martial artists like myself we. We're talking about wu tang and these taoists dang who they're not aesthetic. They don't like abstain from drugs so they're able to do anything right. This really kind of freestyle monks and are we didn't get too much into that. But i wonder now maybe the taoist sir using stuff like that. 'cause i myself as a martial artist i know that when i started smoking cannabis in conjunction with my training beneficial symbiosis and i wonder like if taken a bunch of mushrooms helps you know ger- musket faster and like get to war against the british like that that would be kind of profound defined some some evidence for that. I hope that's what may be in store will seaman like. I don't know it's it's it's interesting. What were i can't say. I mean just preliminary without spoiling it. I think there's some good reasons to believe that. Some very prominent figures in the american revolution Or were aware of this mystery. Symbol of this kind of liberty cap in this goes back actually. Before the american revolution goes back to roman times. I think that this was a symbol of basically senatorial government meaning like group government where people got together and made decisions together in at the mushroom was a part of that symbol of people coming together thinking together living as community and working together and that's in ancient wrong to had it was the symbol of liberty cap at was it was a symbol of a freed slave to which is very interesting thing this notion of liberation that comes from from drugs that comes from it but that there that comes from sorry these these psychedelics in accompanying that with this political liberation is. It's really interesting to think about it. that way. it. I can imagine that if you're revolutionary soldier on your starving in your the the congress having a hard time getting food supplies up to your camp and you find these mushrooms. You're probably gonna eat them. I mean in a talk that you're probably going to have a good time to now. You're not hungry so much at you. And you realize you're fighting for this noble cause and i'm sure it would increase your nerve in your fervor and you would like pee freak. Douse it if you're going into it with that kind of loyalty to the cause on the loyalty that revolutionary cause. I think that it would probably be very beneficial very helpful. George washington sat in a very interesting chair up. I'll give this piece and if you find this piece online there's some interesting things that are attached to it. He sat in this very interesting chair. That was meat for him by freemasons and on the top of this chair was there is a son. that's his. I think it's called the rising sun cheers when it's called. There's a son in its rising but he does so odd like right above the sun. It looks like an umbrella but it really looks like a liberty. Cap mushroom is what it looks like. Easy order out. Washington sat in his cheering. It's on display still. I think it's in pennsylvania or somewhere. Really soften look that all right leah. Incident really really a great way to end the app. So this is a great conversation. Judge ordered it. I enjoyed it. Thanks for having me an atom of corallium. This has been a blast. We really are honored to have you here linda. Yeah thanks listen to the my family thinks. I'm crazy podcast..

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"carlos book" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"carlos book" Discussed on KGO 810

"Cal bears football kgo 8 10 I'm taking at the one yard line. The mirrors are gonna try to return here for me. He has got a little room 30. I think he's going to go 40 30. He's got a whole bunch of guys his color uniform, calling him Alan, and he's into the end zone touchdown bears 99 yards. Neko Media. What a way to kick off the second half of the Bears that big return and they go on to win it. 42 to 30. A lot of grip for the bears in this one that does defense. You're not happy giving up 30 points to, uh, an FCS team 467 total yards. Where Sacramento State the Bears rolled up 534. That's the most a bad in the game in a long time since Oregon State I believe some four years ago quickly recapping the stats here. Passing yardage to idiot for Cal 408 for sac State. The bears with 246 yards rushing. You're 59 for the Hornets total plays. Sacramento State had the edge 77 67 yards for play. It was eight for Cal, Uh, 6.1 for Sacramento State until late in the game. The Bears were nearly 10 yards per play. Time of possession. Very even 30 14% 68 29 31 for the Bears. Each team had one turnover. One interception apiece. No sacks in the game. The guys mentioned that specific concern. Chase Garbage finished 22 of 34 208 Yards a pair of touchdowns. The one pick Jake. Don't want it done away. 25 of 43 for Sac State. 370 Yards Pair touchdowns from the one interception. Damian. More 12 carries for 87 yards for the Bears. Garber's for carriers for 68 customer Brooke, six. For 48, the Carlos Books five for 39. That's a quick run over the stats right here from P. J need to use your refrigerator wisely since school is back in full swing. Refrigerator doors are swinging open again and again for late night study snacks and that's a waste of energy. Save some power by remembering to take all of your snacks for.

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"carlos book" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"carlos book" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Own. This goes much deeper than that. So i don't know but it's going solid. It's a step in the right direction. Because he's a very capable coach he's going to be hard to accept a lot of atlanta united fans. I think is a very good coach. But this goes much deeper in deir eales carlos book negative and what they've not done since dot the montano. I think we have to just accept at this point that that dot com martino atlanta united was was lightning in a bottle. I don't think that's coming back ever and that's kinda sad for the people of atlanta because they had it as good as they're going to have. I don't know when they're going to get back to that. You mentioned aaron ails you mentioned carlos. Can i think it's absolutely fair to to point the finger at them. They missed on not just head. Coaching hires but also big signings. And now we see atlanta united as we mentioned on the last show getting turned away. Not just by coaches but by players Who they're trying to track down the guilty party to me the other concern here for atlanta united. If i if. I'm pointing fingers herk what about the players. I think these players got very accustomed to. How do i say this. Some of the freedoms that they were afforded under the martino and they've not been able to adjust and then now had multiple managers. Who whatever you want to say about the or whatever you wanna say about hindsight they they did have some track record of success before they got to atlanta and neither of these coaches have been able to get through to this dressing room. At what point do we start to say. Hey this is. On the players you constantly have player turnover and yukon rip apart. What is the starting lineup. How can you blame the players. Look at the atlanta united success years with dino brag zahn. Michael parker's Gonzalez beat you. Had you had in the middle llorente way. It's darren sorry nagy. Then you go go go joseph martinez were those players the gun you ripped apart. What was the spying ripped apart. What was the sole this team. And you're trying to plug them in here. You're trying to plug them in their throw money. Here throw money. They're thinking that's the solution when you had an actual actual roster. It's going to take time. You can just overnight. Constructed team atlanta united then in action herk over the weekend. Nice little match up to.

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"carlos book" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"carlos book" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Was over. Injured had an enormous amount of injuries. No wonder they were on a game. Losing chess schedule or skid and joseph martinez you ostracize the club's biggest star the biggest personality the one player. The fans have a true feeling for to engage before he pushed him aside. Once that happened. it was over. So let's credit some of the reporting because it was brilliant reporting done on this the athletic the atlanta journal constitution act former colleague. Here at espn as well. Doug mcintyre now over at fox did a great job on some of the granular detail a macintosh acquiesce behind behind. What's happened here so you've hired gabrielle. Heinsohn on the heels of hiring frank deboer. I'm less interested now in hindsight and wondering. Who's hiring the coaches. If we're looking at an atlanta united team that seems to be in decay. Don't we need to look further up now. This is too big bold. Coaching hires that have been too big bold coaching failures. Now isn't this on darren. Eales and carlos bocanegra dare neal's and my former teammate and friend carlos book are definitely on the hook and not just. The coaching hires and fires. But also the player personnel on. How they've got completely this roster all wrong if you look at the amount of money that atlanta has wasted and coaching hires and player turnover. It's no wonder they are where they are today. And it also should tell you how lucky they were with that martino how they knocked it out the park with them and how instrumental probably was in bringing talent in in retailing talent and building a roster because the last two rosters. They've tried to build have not been good so this next this next higher for them is literally make or break for one of these two. If not both absolutely they are on the hook. So if i look bigger picture here her i see joseph martinez winning out and a one on one battle with gabrielle. Heintze elsewhere in the league. See josie altidore winning out on one on one battle with chris. Armas these are two of the stars if you want to call them that the stars of major league soccer of this league do do these players. Have too much power when it comes actually. Who's in charge of the dressing. Foos in charge of these clubs. You know you said this last week and it made me think you're absolutely right sevi- and it's because these clubs are handcuffed when it comes to the salary cap when you're going to literally construct your roster around three players you have to completely knock it out the park with these players. They have to produce for you. Not only on the field but off the field and if you miss if.

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