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Dutch hospital airlifts patients to Germany amid virus surge

AP 24 Hour News

00:51 sec | 1 d ago

Dutch hospital airlifts patients to Germany amid virus surge

"A Dutch hospital airlifted patients to Germany because of a virus surge helicopter rises into a blue sky carrying a Koga 19 patients from the Netherlands to German intensive care. First such international airlift since the global pandemic first threatened to swamp that's hospitals in the spring. In regions across the continent on absence of noise, who set it to underscore the extent of the resurgence of the virus as major cities from Rome to Paris, rain in nightlife and other activities as part of increasingly drastic measures in Spain. Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez publicly appeals for the country to pull together to defeat the new Corona bar. Serge people the most Lord Lord, I'm Charles live

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Ron Rivera to wrap up cancer treatment on Monday, says everything is headed in the right direction

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Ron Rivera to wrap up cancer treatment on Monday, says everything is headed in the right direction

"For a Washington football team. Head coach Ron Rivera told us today told the after practice that his final cancer treatment will be on Mondays. That is really good news. He said. He's been told it's headed in the right direction. There will be follow ups. But his final treatment set for Monday as they get set to face Dallas this weekend City Charles Antonio Gandhi golden going to be out as their right also going to miss the

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Hitler speeches sell at Munich auction despite objections

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00:37 sec | 1 d ago

Hitler speeches sell at Munich auction despite objections

"I'm not sure in Germany has just completed a controversial sale of **** memorabilia come with me the speech notes by **** dictator Adolf Hitler have sold at auction in Munich despite concerns from Jewish groups they could encourage neo **** the Hermann historica auction house defended the sale of the manuscripts old dated before the outbreak of World War two saying they will all historical significance and belong preserved in a museum they sold to anonymous bidders for well over that starting prices I'm Charles the live as my

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South Korea minister on impact of a Biden victory

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00:44 sec | 1 d ago

South Korea minister on impact of a Biden victory

"The senior south Korean official predicts quick engagement between Seoul and Washington in the light of the Joe Biden victory next month responding to the final presidential debate south Korea's unification minister says a challenger Joe Biden appeared to have respect for American ally systems is in Thursday's head to head Biden accused president Donald Trump of dealing with a funk in his summit with north Korean leader Kim Jong woon Biden also said during the debate he would meet with Kim only if he gave up the nuclear program Lee in young said Seoul would work fast and closely with the new Biden administration I'm Charles collect as much

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California theme parks could seek legal action to speed up reopening

KNX In Depth with Charles Feldman and Mike Simpson

00:58 sec | 3 d ago

California theme parks could seek legal action to speed up reopening

"Of California's theme parks are expressing their disappointment. With governor nuisance decision to keep them from reopening their urging him to take a look at other factors to allow at least a partial reopening of theme parks during a virtual news conference, a head of operations for Disneyland, Universal Studios Hollywood, Legoland and Knott's Berry Farm all believe they've developed reopening plans, which address health concerns, and even unionized workers are in agreement that these plans were feasible to allow for tourists to come again. Aaron Guerrero, the executive director of California Traction and Parks Association. With cold Governor Newsome is straightforward. We strongly believe that responsibly reopening amusement parks on a reasonable timeline can and should be done at the same time as the state continues to fight this pandemic. We do not think the two are mutually exclusive association said Well, they would continue to collaborate with state officials on setting reasonable standards for the opening. There may come a point where legal action against state health officials And the governor may have tto happen. Pete Demetriou Okay and extend 70 News Radio.

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Belgium limits care home visits as COVID-19 cases increase

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Belgium limits care home visits as COVID-19 cases increase

"Authorities in Belgium fear another deadly wave of coronavirus cases could soon hit cat homes probabilism confronts the risk of seeing its hospitals overwhelmed by privet nineteen patients officials are restricting nursing home visits local media has reported that in the Dutch speaking region of Flanders coronavirus infections in care homes have risen by fifty one percent and the number of deaths has doubled in the past week the country of eleven point five million inhabitants who called it home off of its Kobe nineteen related deaths in such homes during the spring wave of the pandemic I'm Charles the desktop

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Pope endorses same-sex civil unions in new documentary film

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Pope endorses same-sex civil unions in new documentary film

"Pope Francis is endorsed same sex civil unions for the first time as pope while being interviewed for the feature length documentary Francesco premiered Wednesday after the Rome Film Festival the people thumbs up comes midway through the film that delves into issues Francis cares about most the pontiff saying homosexual people have the right to be in a family they all children of god what we have to have is a civil union law he says that way they'll legally covered while serving as archbishop of Buenos Aires Francis induced civil unions for gay couples as an alternative to same sex marriages however he has never come out publicly in favor of civil unions as pope I'm Charles collect as much

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Nigeria protesters break curfew amid gunfire, chaos in Lagos

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 d ago

Nigeria protesters break curfew amid gunfire, chaos in Lagos

"Nigeria's anti police protests as have stayed on the streets in Laos breaking the government curfew following a night of Celtic violence in which demonstrators were fired upon please open file descriptors has continued to demonstrate against police brutality in Nigeria Amnesty International said late Tuesday that was credible but disturbing evidence that security forces had fatally shot protesters who were demonstrating against police despite a new curfew being imposed one protester has told the Associated Press that his brother was shot and killed in the previous day's demonstrations and that he himself had taken a bullet in the leg I'm Charles the live as much

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WHO: Europe has new high in the weekly number of coronavirus cases

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 d ago

WHO: Europe has new high in the weekly number of coronavirus cases

"The World Health Organization says Europe again has recorded a new high enough weekly number of coronavirus cases the figure nine hundred twenty seven thousand supports the W. H. O. view that the region has continued to show a rapid increase in cases and deaths noting the Clinton sold a twenty five percent spike in cases last week was responsible for thirty eight percent of all new cases reported worldwide the U. N. health agency also says France Britain Russia the Czech Republic and Italy responsible for more than half of the new co V. nineteen cases in the region I'm Charles the Ledesma

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Guidelines for the Leader and Commander

Jocko Podcast

06:21 min | 3 d ago

Guidelines for the Leader and Commander

"Is Jaakko podcast number two, fifty two. With Dave Burke and me Jaakko willink good evening. Dave. Good Evening Echo Charles is taking care of some other business. On the last podcast. Number two, fifty, one with Leif and we started getting into the book guidelines for the leader and Commander by General Bruce Clark but we only made it thirteen pages in two and a half hours, and it's one hundred, seventeen page book. To, recap a little bit, this is a book that I searched for for over a decade I originally heard about this book in my favorite book, which is called about face by colonel. David Hackworth. Finally, found a copy a month and a half ago. and. So here we are just a little background once again on General Bruce. Kark. World War One. World War Two Korea enlisted in one thousand, nine hundred and up going to west point colonel in World War Two. Then a general commanded the Fourth Armored Division in Patents Third Army. Battle the Bulge Distinguished Service Cross three silver stars forty five years. Of Service? And then spend a bunch of time not only leading troops but also training troops or overseeing training commands so. Awesome Career Hackworth talked about him glowingly in the book about face and That's where that's where the star took me a long time to find this book. Who did somebody texted me about it. And said, it was the white whale. that. It was definitely hard for me find this book, but we have it and that's it. That's what we're GonNa do where do you go back into this book? So here we go back into guidelines for the leader and commander by Bruce General Bruce C Clarke. This section starts off with administration some thoughts for the commander. And he says inflammation, I would like to point out the close. Interrelationship between training programs. And Sound. Overall management. So this is something you know when you're that young gung-ho leader. That just thinks, hey, where you're operate whatever that operation is whether it's shooting machine guns or whether that's out selling things or making things and you think, Hey, I'm I'm on the front lines I'm going to make things happen and you think all the administrative stuff you shouldn't have to worry about. That's not me. And I know many individuals that are like that I know one individual in particular like that whose name is Jaakko. 'cause I was definitely like that. Many commanders. I should say I. was like that when I was younger because I absolutely I realize this and you can hear. We'll talk about the paperwork drills that we had to do and how. Life. Came to me. We shouldn't have to do this stuff and I said Oh we're going to do it and we do a better than anybody else. So I figured this out but it is it is definitely a learning moment that people have and so why not learn it right now many commanders are defeated by poor administration. Imagine that just that statement many commanders are defeated by poor administration not defeated because they were tactically unsound not defeated because they made bad decisions not defeated because they couldn't come up with a good plan they fail because their administrative losers. Without. Sound Administration at Commander CanNot Succeed in his training and maintenance programs. Good. Administration is nothing more than applied common sense. I'm including here a number of items that may well be considered a checklist of indicators of sound. Administration. Number. One. Importance of time. The principal coordinating device in the army is time. Learn the proper time space factors. So you can be on time and make reasonable demands of your subordinates. So. So that's number one by the way, which is probably why you hear a lot of talk about time management. Just think about the idea that the first thing he's GonNa say is time this is someone who clearly understands that have all the resources in the world that we have. That's the one that matters the most because we just can't produce more of. I was GONNA say it's the it's the one that matters the most and it's the absolute one that we have the least control much control. You have time you zero you cannot stop it. You cannot bring it back. You gotta say the power curve. I hate that fewing. I hate that feeling and let me tell you what. I realized this a while back. So when you go to the airport if you show up at the airport late. In now look TSA doesn't care that you're late the baggage handler doesn't care that you're late the uber driver does not care what time your planes leaving they're they're doing what they're doing, and so what that does is it takes you have no control. Over that time once it started to commence, what do you have control over going to the airport a little bit earlier? That's all. That's all not that big of a deal. Go to the airport a little earlier, and you won't have to worry about TSA. You won't have to worry about baggage you won't have to worry about. How long it takes for the Uber driver or the left let's give proper. Credit or lift driver to show up and bring you to the airport. Not so so how'd you get control? You can't control time once it's unfolding you can't bring it back you have to you have to plan for appropriately. And there's a there's a sense of urgency and I have a pretty good sense of urgency and you you may have may or may not I know like at the monster especially the earlier musters when we weren't. When the backside wasn't quite the well oiled machine that it is now certainly as a well oiled machine now the early musters do. Not a Well oiled machine. So on the on the front side, people would know that when Leith and I were walking out on stage at eight o'clock in the morning, we had two hours sleep because we had to do whatever we had to do behind the scenes and that's just the way it was. I can feel I can feel. When the shortage of time in fact, I think I feel the shortage of time every single day single waking minute.

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U.S. and Russia Appear to Edge Toward Extension of Nuclear Treaty

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U.S. and Russia Appear to Edge Toward Extension of Nuclear Treaty

"Appear to be on board with a nuclear arms treaty extension. A State Department spokeswoman has welcomed the Russian offer. Saying the U. S. Is prepared to meet to finalize a verifiable agreement and expects Russia to empower its diplomats to do the same. The green light statement from the Russian Foreign Ministry marks a shift in Moscow's position after Russia and the U. S rejected each other's offers regarding the new start treaty that expires in February. The ministry has noted. It's ready for a deal if the US doesn't put forward any additional demands. I'm Charles

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U.K. Moves Toward Ethically Controversial Coronavirus Vaccine Trial

PRI's The World

06:07 min | 3 d ago

U.K. Moves Toward Ethically Controversial Coronavirus Vaccine Trial

"Vaccine Trials are happening all over the globe today. The UK government announced funding for phase. One of something called a human challenge trial for a corona virus vaccine. The process will require young healthy volunteers to be infected with the virus in an effort to speed up vaccine testing a company called H Vivo and Imperial College London. Have the contract is set up the first part of that process. Here's more from the world's caroline dealer the idea itself sounds wild intentionally infect people with the very virus returning our lives upside down to avoid. People hear about these trials. Many people's immediate reaction is, how could it be ethical but Oxford bioethicist deb Yom row gic says, it's possible if certain conditions are met one of those conditions is that the expected benefits of the research outweigh the risks. In this case, how many infections could we prevent if we developed a vaccine sooner? For example, in a typical clinical trial thousands of people are injected with a test vaccine and sent out into the world to see if they still get infected naturally that's happening now with several corona virus vaccine candidates, but Andrew Catchpole. The, chief scientific officer at H., Vivo the company launching this human challenge trial says that takes time normal traditional trials involve many thousands of subjects take many many months to complete in human challenge trials, which HP VO has been running for decades. A small number of healthy volunteers would be intentionally infected with the coronavirus after getting jabbed with a trial vaccine to see if it works. What happens is because everybody is given the disease, you're able to determine efficacy in a matter of weeks. These types of tiles have been used for centuries and in the recent past have. Sped up the development of typhoid and cholera vaccines. The agreement announced by the UK government today is just for the first step of this contract to manufacture and test Raina the virus to use in trials it still has to be approved by regulators and an ethics panel. If it is between thirty and ninety volunteers could start being injected with just the test virus, not yet any vaccine as soon as the beginning of next year so far nearly three thousand people in the UK have signed up to volunteer for a challenge trial. One of them is allaster frazier ORCA. White indefinite convinced. The Human Josh all has essential to advising Ovalles, scenes, population way more quickly lift on them on opinion the risk is small enough to travel participants that we need to take that risk frazier ORCA put off going to university for a year to work with one day sooner, a nonprofit group advocating for human challenge trials and signing up volunteers. He says the Tom Channel some of the fear of living through a pandemic into something that feels productive grandma custos. My Dodd might catch his out his risk. So kind of on a personal level the. Volunteer volunteers will be paid somewhere around five thousand dollars insurance cover healthcare costs. For any complications they will quarantine in a special nineteen dead unit at the Royal Free, hospital in London for an expected two weeks after virus exposure. Again, Andrew Catch Paul from h Vivo. A first priority was doing these studies is the safety of the volunteers. So for that reason, we go very strict criteria about those who. Will be eligible to participate. Volunteers must be between eighteen and thirty healthy with no pre existing conditions. But there's a more controversial criteria that scientists are wrestling with right now whether to exclude volunteers of color because there is data suggest that there is a potential for increased risk. The UN says Kobe nineteen is disproportionately affecting racial and ethnic minorities around the globe including in Brazil the UK and the US. K. Government figures, black men in England and Wales are more than two and a half times more likely to die of cope in nineteen than white men. Some of that is explained by socioeconomic status in pre existing conditions. But Dhillon David Kumar, a physician and professor at University College London says it's more than that. They're also other underlying causes racism discrimination for example, being an underlying cause which are not easy to count foreign. Announces such as this Dave Qamar said, he's the health impacts of racism and xenophobia. He says, well, it's important to note that raises a social construct, not biological. The effects of racism in tells in ways that can be hard to identify. So you can't hold constant the discrimination someone's face throughout their life. You can't hold constant the environment someone grownup in the levels of air pollution kinds of housing that they've lifting throughout their life. So. There are differences in outcomes amongst racial groups. David Kamar isn't familiar with this specifics of this study proposal, but he says he can understand the reason for picking volunteers who are at the lowest possible risk for getting really sick. Charles cordray chief officer for the Caribbean and African Health Network sees it differently. It's really disappointing people of Color. In clinical trials that's partly due to legacy of racist medical experiments. By white doctors and kwok-wah dray says the idea of excluding people of color from this trial would add to the distrust mistrust and the lack of trust has come about as a result of decades of sometimes how we need to respond so quickly but what is meant is that there's a whole section of people. Fair much. whose voices are not being head HBO is still making a decision about whether and how to include people of Color in the first phase of this trial when they're testing out the safest way to infect people with the actual virus the company hasn't designed protocols yet for the actual vaccine-testing in hopes quickly follows the volunteer criteria for this stage of the study will be finalized and handed over to UK regulators and an ethics panel by

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Dallas Cowboys Horrendous On Monday Night, Fall To Arizona Cardinals 38-10

Garret Lewis

00:15 sec | 4 d ago

Dallas Cowboys Horrendous On Monday Night, Fall To Arizona Cardinals 38-10

"And make their statement for this year's best touchdown celebration by bowling away the Cowboys during Monday nights. 28 point victory. Tyler Murray's Monday night football wind makes him 70 and Jerry's world. Murray said he felt like he'd been playing there every Sunday and Charles

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Russia, US appear ready for deal to extend nuclear pact

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00:43 sec | 4 d ago

Russia, US appear ready for deal to extend nuclear pact

"Moscow says it's ready to accept the US proposal to freeze the number of nuclear warheads and extend the two nations lost arms control pact for one year a state department spokeswoman was welcomed the Russian offer saying the U. S. is prepared to meet to finalize a verifiable agreement and expects Russia to empower its diplomats to do the same the green light statement from the Russian foreign ministry marks a shift in Moscow's position of the Russia and the U. S. rejected each other's office regarding the new start treaty that expires in February the ministry has noted it's ready for a deal if the US doesn't put forward any additional to moms I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Palestinian official Erekat in critical, stable condition

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00:51 sec | 4 d ago

Palestinian official Erekat in critical, stable condition

"The family of senior Palestinian official Saeb Erekat says he remains in a critical but stable condition in an Israeli hospital after he was infected with the coronavirus Erica's family has told the official Palestinian news agency W. A. FAA that he's receiving artificial respiration in an intensive care unit at Israel's Hadassah Medical Center the hospital says every cats cases challenging as he suffers from a weak immune system and a bacterial infection in addition because the nineteen Erika has been one of the Palestinians most recognizable faces over the past several decades serving as a senior negotiator in talks with Israel he's also a senior adviser to late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat and current president Mahmoud Abbas I'm Charles collect as much

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UK to start controversial 'challenge' vaccine research trial

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00:51 sec | 4 d ago

UK to start controversial 'challenge' vaccine research trial

"British researchers the beginning of controversial experiment that will infect healthy volunteers with the new coronavirus to study the disease in hopes of speeding up the development of a vaccine the approach called a challenge study is risky but proponents say it may produce results faster than standard research imperial college London says the study would involve healthy volunteers between eighteen and thirty years old Peter open short code best to go to all the study says deliberately infecting volunteers with a known human pathogen is never undertaken lightly however such studies can be enormously informative research's will aim to determine at the smallest level of exposure needed to cause the disease then study how potential vaccines work in the body Charles the last month London

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Argentina passes 1 million cases as virus hits Latin America

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00:41 sec | 4 d ago

Argentina passes 1 million cases as virus hits Latin America

"On June Tino has promised one million cases as could be nineteen surges in Latin America three other nations are expected to reach the agreement one million case milestone in the coming weeks Colombia Mexico and Peru the virus is cruel puff through Latin America is a consequence of weak public health systems social factors like poverty and poor government decisions early on Argentina initially registered low virus case numbers but now has one of the highest rates of New Delhi infections at least sixty percent of those tested recently a coming back positive for the virus I'm Charles the last month

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Hospital: Palestinian official Erekat in critical condition

Larry Elder

00:53 sec | 4 d ago

Hospital: Palestinian official Erekat in critical condition

"An Israeli hospital, says senior Palestinian officials. Saeb Erekat has in critical condition and breathing with a ventilator after his Corona virus infection worsened overnight were more from correspondent Charles Dillon Desmet reporting. The Hadassah Medical Center describes Erekat's case as extremely challenging, given the history of health problems. Including along transplant performed in the US three years ago. The Palestinian official is suffering from a weak immune system and a bacterial infection. In addition to covert 19 Now sedated. Doctors are consulting with international experts on how best to manage such a complicated case haircut was transferred to her. That's on Sunday at the request of the Palestinian Authority, despite the Palestinians decision this year to sever ties

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"charles i" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:48 min | 3 months ago

"charles i" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Is True at a training role at trains you walk. It also had air raises stepmother, which wasn't terrible leader so just. Step. Bob. All Right Travis your vital pig here in the full house, our full House the house favorite house nature gone. I this is just a classic. It's not a great house, but it's A. It's a great television show as a part of our. Collective. Television history I'm GonNa take the Brady Bunch House. Okay Yeah. Pretty Bunch was probably the most popular. Would you say house was wet? For the kids and stuff. ALYSSA is the. Other. One shooter bathroom. Their own bathroom should of have I got minded most here. Alexander, Butcher had a nice room though it really look. His name is. Right. Keyshawn your final pick really for our favorite TV house. She grow up watching him on. TV You know the love them. We were part of the family where you're going with the final pick here. It's a slow traffic. Obviously, I got my Brownstone I got my pin house. I got my big giant mansion. What am I Lincoln? A missing some sand next to my feet, so at the end of the name watching my mom all the time going up. and. We talked about this house. As of yesterday I'm taking a golden groups. Take that. The Golden Girls House even though it's in Brentwood, but the said is set in Miami, so there's a big difference between the Brentwood House versus the set so I'm remember I want to set in the beach really looks. All right fair enough, so the raptor stuff. This is our favorite. TV houses Kishan takes dynasty. The cosby show house, different strokes and Golden Girls Travis takes the cheers bar, which was a home for many the Jeffersons all house and the Brady Bunch, and in L. D. takes the fresh prince of bel-air House, the Bruce. Wayne Manor got a lot of money in his family of friends and then silver sleep all budi houses. Are you know rich people? All right we'll see what you got theory, but of course as always, you can go to twitter. Vote Espn Los. Angeles twitter. Feed Janice. Get Free, and you can see a crown. The champion of our favorite TV house. All right yesterday. The dodgers and number of their players put out a message. With. They're going to do for social justice. Moving forward. You will hear from them next on the morning show on seven ten, ESPN..

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"charles i" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

06:44 min | 3 months ago

"charles i" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Somebody else I know. Nothing. Okay in most states. See I can see the dials interred like north. Dakota South Dakota will mess with you. You know I see Rhode. Island maybe be a little frustrating. What you've got to say I can picture somebody sitting in their car, driving down the road and staring at the car with their face scrunched up like what in the world listening to? I absolutely. Homes! Is GonNA join US coming up in the nine o'clock hour. He wrote a piece on ESPN. Talking about just how long everybody's going to be in this bubble in some of the things that. Guys are going to have to deal with the even if you're one of the first teams. Inside that bubble for forty days, okay, that's five weeks even if you are the first team out, that's five weeks. The you have to spend in quarantine so obviously. There are some challenges to go along with that. We'll talk to him about that coming up later on Lebron. Though actually made some decisions that are interesting, because he's his decisions included not doing a bunch of the things that he does just in his every single day life like bringing in his own personal chef, his personal masseuse, he is not brought over his extended. Extended security team because he kind of wants to go through this the same way that his teammates are going through this and I just think it's another great example of the style and the the effectiveness of the leadership of Lebron James because he could have made it different for him because he's Lebron we go back to Patrick Beverley. If bronzes were playing were playing, he could have gotten whatever he wants. He didn't. He's doing it like his teammates. I think it's a brilliant move on his part. Well I think you know lit. It's the NBA, so yes. The Brian is King James and he is controlling a lot of things but I. don't believe in this situation that the NBA was going to allow Lebron to be Lebron. Organization would do it the Lakers certainly allow Lebron to have his chef bringing his own the suit. That's the organization when you're talking about a league theme. that. That would be too much right because. JAANUS WE WANNA. Do it and Katie is GonNa WanNa do it and Steph just it becomes too much because it's under the umbrella of the NBA. Not under the umbrella of the La Laker, so he didn't push for he just basically say it okay I'm GonNa fall a letter to rule. Let me ask. If if Lebron James Said Hey, listen I'm down with plane. The bubble I want to go do this, but here's what I need. They would have got what he needed. Yeah, but. They the. But then coach at the same time. James Harden would say the same thing so. We're only really talking about ten or twelve guys know you only talk about ten or twelve but me Kisha. If I see travis getting that no manhole, oh man y'all bubble because you're going to have that, so you gotTa. If you to leave, you gotta set. The standards and rules got to be the same for everybody underneath this bubble and the fact that he. Conformed to the rules. In now tried to push the envelope. Is what I liked. That porn I liked. See not pushing, not using your power to duties things to try to create your own thing. You said okay. I'm not with the Lakers organization right now. I'm with the NBA and I'm going to conform to what they lay out. They say they say nobody outside the bubble. That's not part of the team. So I'm not GONNA say. I leave my own masseuse from my old trailer. I'm not GonNa do those because he could have done that, but then everybody else will say the same, you think. Dana Lilla wouldn't say why got my own trainer? Of course he would. It's absolutely right. Travis this is just another example of strong leadership. Because someone, would that noble of power? But who doesn't have the same level of leaderships? They probably would have pushed it. They probably would have said well. This is what I need. And this Guy Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. Blah, but the message that sense with teammates forget Dane, Miller James Harden. Those guys because they're not on the team. It's about what it says to. Your teammates were all in this together? So when I say something to you on the court. You don't have to take it a certain kind of way. Why because I'm showing you? We're all in this together. And whatever I'm saying to. You is for the good of the team because I'm demonstrating to you by example that I'm willing to invest everything for the team and I know I said this yesterday, and I know coach Frank Vogel has said it, and a lot of guys have said. He looked so damn good. Was An awkward say it looks like he wants to where it actually still played the season and then came back here. Yeah! We're going to see the best Lebron has in this however long that the Lakers are alive in this ball. Because he you're right, he just looks different. He's GonNa, be fresh. She got a three month break. We no matter how much he was pushing himself in workouts, he was not playing NBA basketball for a long period of his body. We'll be right and I go back to Tony Guli wrote something in the time talking about the Lakers cohesiveness, and she quoted Quinn Cook talking about his daily routine, and it's basically get up. Take my this. Go play video games with my teammates. Go to practice. Come back, eat a meal. You know, go practice again. Hang out with my teammates. Teammates play video games with my teammates. And just all of these different interactions that the Lakers are having together, and you know that that's driven by Lebron that Lebron is the one that's driving that cohesiveness and in this situation where just stuff is so damn weird to begin with if your leader is the guy that's driving, teen and driving will are gonNA sacrifice in this thing together. It's a massive advantage as opposed to having your leader. Be Man I can't believe this food sucks man. I can't believe we're putting us in this hotel I. can't believe there's nowhere to go. That Lebron is driving the team. The cohesiveness of the team I think it's a big for the Lakers. Of course I mean did, but that's the browns personality. He's never been that complaining. He's always been a leader of the others have complained for him or others have put him in a boxes, a certain types of individual, but clearly from his Miami from.

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"charles i" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

06:30 min | 3 months ago

"charles i" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Him Saving. Cliff Kingsbury Job I don't. I just don't see it in with a new coach comes in. He go get rid of him because he don't want that. Think about it. When you go down the list of quarterbacks. You go to drew brees in Russell. Wilson, in everybody else. Do their measurements. To everybody else's is those two guys do everybody from? Patrick Mahomes to Lamar Jackson to desha Watson to Cam Newton to Tom. Brady to era. Just do all measurements to Jimmy Garoppolo. Roller guys like Russell Wilson. WHO's not six foot five Russell? No, said. Take say take out. No, but I take those well. I hear what you're saying, but leave them in I'm saying is that if you look at Russell Wilson compared to color. Murray Russell Wilson looks looks like Peyton Manning Santa next to him I mean he's just a totally different type of guy. He's a little small guy. Even. Drew brees. But who would you? Who would you rather have Mitch Trubisky. or or comment question? No, no Murray Al by a mile, but like you said so you, so you can. Your gets his hands on those guys. What happens then? Alafaya rather have. Mitch Trubisky. I don't know. Kitty. But see I crazy exotic look. Mr Bisky Office Matt Nagy. I don't know yet. And obviously I don't know. I just I don't like. Her point. I don't think Mitch Trubisky is should be taken above the other two guys Watson Patch holes, but I really honestly Travis I don't know if it's Matinee I. Mean I. It's your. Is is is a problem for them. Based on everything we keep seeing it. But I don't know if he's mad now. Okay, here's why I'll say. It's Mitch trubisky not. Mad Nagy because it and I have not watched every play of every game. Where Mitch Trubisky has been the quarterback, but I've seen enough to know that even put into this. Even when Jared Goff was was struggling under Jeff Fisher, there was a there was a throw here and there was a read here, and they're like Ooh, that right there. That's why they drafted him where they drafted him, and it quickly became very obvious that he had some skillset. What's he got the right coach, but there were moments with Jeff Fisher. What you saw it? That right there I haven't seen a single lomb with Mitch trubisky that means go. Oh, that's why they moved up to get him and take him right there. That's that even for a half a second you know in the year that they went to the playoffs. I think it was the second year. He's shown go, yeah, he showed some flashes us like okay, but he didn't show enough. You know what I'm saying. He just didn't show enough I. Just want to wait to see this season. What it looked like with Nick Foles, because if they office still look Kinda, like stale with, Nick foles did I'm really go put my eyes on Matt, Nagy Because Falls in exactly the march. No. No, no I! Get it. Get it, but you'll be able to tell if he's engineering the offense the offense movement. We consistency even though he as scare. Nobody understood what I'm saying ain't all. Stuck Mitch Trubisky if Mitch. trubisky is wit. Cow Shanahan. Is he does. He look bad if he's with? What's Guy? Does he look. Like I. Don't this this Matt Nagy Hide Behind paying money getting me higher type stuff I just I gotTA. I got a hold on reserve talks for that. You know 'cause guys get the hide by people. You know he's a great because it is today. It's like wait a minute. Hold on, let me really you know. 'cause This Adam Gates Adam Gates was a he was a number, one officer this, and that he coach Peyton manning many many Miami and ain't a damn thing in the jets, so let's just see. What it is is all I'm seeing. This is whole. Let's hold it this year. Reserve the right, this report jealous. I would say though key that there have been enough. Video footage of trubisky throwing some dot. Awful balls absolutely end I'm not I'm not saying like bad reads? No I'm just saying just a bad ball. No and you know so I think there's enough to for for me to extrapolate that I don't know about the offense and the excuse me offense, but just pure town alone I'm looking at him like going. almost like a Marquel folks like. I see flashes of why they wanted you where they want to you, but this was happening over here with you just throwing the ball. Why you? Like that. Right. You know what I'm saying. That's what I'm saying is. There's no moments there's no. Oh, right there right there. That's it like even guys that never can. Outright. There's still enough moments a throw a look. We say man. Why can't we get down often? I haven't even seen the throw or the moment. There's been moments where he's kept. The trains run on time where the offense moves. Moves not because he's doing anything, but rather everyone else seemed to be doing just enough to keep it to keep it on time. He is I have never seen him. Do something the opposite. Is True car the Murray Win. The Rams played them twice last year. The rams up twice, but there were a couple of moments where you're watching him play. You're like! Oh, I get it I get. I get the speed I. Get the arm strength. He just happens to be small, but I get the package of it. Yup Yup and the thing is is that there's also just the confidence level like he's small, but when I watch him up close and Looks Zip. He's in control of the huddle. When I watch Mr Bisky and Chew. I haven't been coast as I. have been calibrated turns beat him just to see him and the player reactions. From television it doesn't look. As behind him like they don't been beat help..

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"charles i" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

06:41 min | 3 months ago

"charles i" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"That is bold. Both. Why aren't? So we've got chuck doing what Chuck does or does chuck actually believe that because well I think we all agree that Portland might be the most dangerous matchup because of dame beyond that I really can't see them winning the series, maybe grabbing a game, maybe two, but win of the series. This feels like chuck, Jut. World listen, we know that Dane when when a game by himself, because he's done it in the postseason, multiple times. Ended Franchises Multiple Times. It may one of the best offenders in the League in Paul George Stumble and bumble and reach for excuses and finally come down with. It was a bad shot when everybody knows that dude. That was not a bad shot. You just you just say, do not widow when he's in space, so we didn't want to deal with that because you don't want to deal with that and while I don't believe. They can beat the Lakers in large part because the broncos same wakes. You don't want to deal with that, and still with that is way better than dame. Don't deal with that way back when a brand decides. You can't do anything with me however. Dame and CJ. Don't don't get it twisted. Cj a beat to now. Those dudes they're not claiming stout, but bacon have thick clay and stuff quarters, and they can have a Clayton stuff game, and those are the kinds of dues you just want to deal with because these are jacking up from half court and you're just fumbling and bumbling tomorrow. Yeah, look, if worst ranking these things give me Memphis Memphis is the team that's in the pole position right now, and they also seeing the less equipped or the least equipped to actually give the Lakers a little bit of a scare. The PELICANS thing is a little weird because of the former players because of his Zion factor I think they're in easy out to the Portland, one is the toughest one, but I still don't see it beyond a game. Maybe two because like you're talking about. We saw it last year right where he takes out Oklahoma City we've seen him before. They were in the Western Conference finals a year ago and he was on fire. But this Lebron and this is Anthony Davis, and these are the Lakers. This is a different opponent on the other side of it as well so Lebron. Is there waiting to see who they're going to be there all the bubble and he's actually making a little bit of a bigger sacrifice than everybody else will tell you what that sacrifices. That's coming up next on the morning show on seven ten, ESPN. He's upset. Right these. Guys do not like to be disrespected in Madden and he got caliber pretty good rookie year seventy seven. He's not feeling it. No you know what it is is it's right. You. Expect. It's like you. It's like. Just didn't hurt. and hasn't thrown a pass in that league. In cool man! That's so disrespectful Kinda Murray. Murray's a good quarterback. Man, you little! No, no, I understand. Like what he does, he's not good. He's good. He's a good little quarterback for what he does. There's no question about it, but yeah, you feel disrespected because he's saying you not good. It's just like your money right when when you when they pant, somebody else way more money than you. You like. Wait a minute man I know that I'm worth way more than this in that, do ain't half as good as me in. The reality of it. Is that it's it's the numbers. It's the money all those sorts of things because when you look at it from an athlete standpoint. The money tells me how you feel about me. And what you think about me what you just said it. We've been trying to tell you bet about deck we've been. Offered me and stop mitigate that thirty one and a half million dollars, because uh, key, go back. He said I. Don't know if you did it on purpose or not, but you said he's a good little quarterback. You wonder how much of his seventy something rating has to do with the fact that he's little. It's just a eyeball test like we've been talking about from the moment he came. He's a small guy under regular circumstances and in football football circumstances. He's tiny. Well, no, I don't think that's it. I think what it is. You had a good rookie season putting that nothing then ain't nothing like you don't see. Longevity would him like you like five years from now? I, don't think we're going to be even having a discussion about Kyla Mary. It's just my opinion i. don't think that what he brings to the table going to hold up long term in the national football league I. Just don't see I think you're I. Think you're Haider's. And and your slip is showing. I just. That you because if Toyota QB. Toda QB had done exact same things, but. Know. It's his style. It's the style how? It's the style is like that. Why okay I'll just go, tell you this. It may not be this year. 'cause years all screwy Louis. But talk to me in another year third fourth year for me about. This all of this talk to media talk to me and it started four. Listen there were moments when I was in at the Games live and I see him screaming around like a little bad as kid I was like you know what somebody go gay where they get them. They don't get them. Like? This, and so like drivers the way we were talking about how you can't understand how big the broad is if you're not right there, you don't understand how small caliber is unless you're right there live, and you can really see here with all those dudes. It's a little scary. It's even came out in the Coliseum. It was one of those damn. That's. Small guy out there. He's GonNa. Get killed and I. Just look at it like this bit. Would we're talking about him? Not He's. He's obviously like a other level athlete. He's the first pick in the NFL draft he was. He was the six pig in the major league. Baseball draft is the only guy ever to be taken in the top ten of bookies. He's an amazing athlete, but the list of five nine five ten quarterbacks in this league that have had long term success is exactly zero guys long. It just doesn't. It is. Happy in that's the problem and I like Colin Murray I ease, okay, but long term. It just I. Just don't see a pan and out like I don't see..

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"charles i" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:15 min | 3 months ago

"charles i" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Forward to to for everybody. Appreciate that. Might turn. Away. That's the. Other, way. So, we got. One thing I ask for. Ask for. If I could get some silverback before you go. You. Absolutely. Crazy. That's Today Susan started calling you sweet tea. Kim If. You've met the words that came out of your mouth. No you give us a case before you go, we'll be waiting on Saturday dinner. Right, so you know we have a final meal for key. We got a whole bunch of stuff at four for today. This is what L Z you and I mentioned a few times a Charles. Barkley said that if the blazers it's. About because. We still don't know who's in the playoffs entirely. We have a really good idea of just about all of it, but that last spot in the west is up for grabs Memphis has it right now, but Portland New Orleans and Sacramento or all three and a half games behind it with eight games to play. That's not easy to make up to get into that. What is it you have to be within a game that final to go to that little mini tournament the back in, but I want you to listen to what Charles Barkley has to say about if the Portland Trailblazers get that final spot. Get. Ready to play offs. I, okay. All Right Charles. You got. You're ready for me Ernie it now. You can't start a bold prediction with an if. We'll hold on. Let me tell you something. They gotta get in I. I'M GONNA. Tell, you. The Portland, Trail Blazers get in the playoffs. They will beat the Los Angeles Lakers in the first round. Woo.

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"charles i" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:11 min | 3 months ago

"charles i" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Ooh! Friday it is the. Same, Friday, for key with us here in. Key here, warnings break into tears at some point today key. How's this all going to play out? Man. I'm not dead. I'm just moving to a `nother show. Always who soon within the station. But I'm not. I'M NOT GONNA. It's interesting Travis because I reflect. On our time together me you, L Z before you the short period of time that I spent with Sadako in, but obviously the longest part is being with with you L Z his next. Was having a conversation with someone last night. It just talked about you know when you get with the right team, the right people. Sometimes you move on in life and things happening in and Joel Ain't GonNa Pass. You the ball the way we did you go, and you look at situations, but one person gets elevated to a different level, but not without the others. That helped him. Get there you can't. You can't do anything without help. And I think the experience in time that I shared with you guys on air for the last I don't know two and a half three years. I don't know what I got rid of Saddam, but. Present when you? Could? We gotTa, not though we you know our chemistry. In all of the things elevated in. It just became a better show over time, and just better and better and better so I I don't leave you guys I'm just moving to a different show. I'm still around will still being communication we'll still be. Doing different things when we're around each other so I look at it that way. That's how that's kind of how I look at. It wouldn't be able to transition. It's very sweet.

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"charles i" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

03:46 min | 4 months ago

"charles i" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

"I don't do any social media whatsoever I. Don't want the people to have access to me. And I'm good with that. You may be. You may be a role model is that? CAN BE BAD news. Sorry to break. You're a role model. You know what I gotTa do the Nike Commercial Now. You are a role model. Then you go you flip it. With sensible shoes, forget the high top something. That's nice to walk around in the house in. Forget the high. Tom's now airmax airmax. Nike shoes y'All y'all. Let me know I'm still don't say that. Don't don't take that back. Charles. Guy The shit. Like. I know I am I. Am a fan named the dumbest thing you've ever said. I just watched I just watched the just watched tinkers documentary that that would've soulful guy. A. Full sneaker head full on out of my mind. It was so funny so me and Michael Guy drafted the same year. And, and so we go up to Nike and I was the. The rest is history. We're all piggybacking on Michael. And I remember. Just sitting there. And I, it is cool. You guys are Nice. You'll give us of the some sneakers. And about three or four years in? I realized like holy ship. This is going to be huge This is going to be huge. And we all Michael Jordan. A great deal of gratitude, because people athletes were not doing commercials other than Arnold. Palmer on Oklahoma started asked dog commercials. I think he deserves a lot of credit for that, but. Michael. All these guys shoes commercials. Man It's been. It's been crazy, but I remember sitting up at Nike and eighty four. Wheel I go make a couple of dollars. SELLING SNEAKERS AND Now this dude got to three billion dollars. God it's. Amazing and ends, and there's a renaissance now to on shoes on. Jordan's especially. You know it's just been crazy. It's been it makes guys that are forty three. Just so you know Charles it makes guys like Oliver. That are forty three and kind of like falling into the category now of Dorky Dad Feel Kuo. True Nike shoes this first of all. They're not stupid. There's great stories behind all of them. have been wearing Jordan since eighty seven so eighty, nine, the threes and fours I mean those are my favorites. I definitely am not just a forty three year. Old asshole is just. Hey you know. Michael is the first person. Like. He made shoes. Look Great. Like he made shoes looking at me out of the he now, the a great basketball player like you would never wear sneakers with good outfits until Michael started doing his thing. There's Jordan that you can wear a suit. Point I want to thank him for that. Because my God, there's nothing better. Oh! My you know what I. Talked about Michael, I, really enjoy are the last dance and that was interesting. To. Say The.

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"charles i" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

04:30 min | 4 months ago

"charles i" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

"I'm only golf course fishing somewhere. That's all I care about and what about what about the the campaign? The Nike? Campaign I'm not a role model. Is that your concept? Yeah, that's the thing. I'm most proud of today. Because of this is what was happening. I would to Nike I. Think it was like eighty now and I. Did a commercial and I got this idea for commercial. And I know it's GonNa be controversial, but it's going to be a good talking. Point conversation. And they say you're out of your fucking mind making this commercial. As I said you'RE GONNA. Get killed by the public by the I I says as first of all I'm a big boy. I can handle criticism. As a, but let me tell you what's happening. So. When I'm going to speak a lot of players go speak his moves. And I noticed that the white schools. When I said well, how many y'all Wanna I'm talking. I took this survey like five four, five, hundred four wanted Nike commercials as well. How many are you? What what you guys want to do for a living at when I went to a white school? Like only like five percent of the kids raised their hands, and they wanNA play sports, and he's white kids, or may like I wanna be a doctor. I want to be a lawyer or be an engineer teacher police. Why would go to the predominantly black school or or or a black schools? Every kid raised their hand and I'm like your man. Don't you think about being a doctor? A lawyer? An engineer teacher, farmable leafless, unlike that go into service now. We're GONNA. Make it in. We're GONNA make it an NFL. They'll make it in the NBA. Or we're going to be a rapper. I'm like man that's hidden lottery, so that's not came up with the concepts, and it was really cool. Who? It was really cool when when Nike I said Man I. We will get you some credit. We were rob's good. Ninety percent of the letters they got were positive. Listen I know at least somewhat role models, but listen I get so frustrated when every black kid on the way they can be successful, do athletics and entertainment. If you went to those schools today again. Do you think that would be different? Do you think those hands would still be raised well I? Think we still have a problem where where the where the only affect.

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"charles i" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

05:12 min | 4 months ago

"charles i" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

"You're concentrating more in your family than you are on social media I think that's important Joe. It's very I just I don't I just don't know what the the pluses. If you just sit on that all day, I mean I'm not a card. Ashi and I'm not twenty one. Why am I looking at pictures that I don't care about? Why do I care? You've gotten into last couple of weeks. You've gotten a little older and like chrome originally. You're just a little more just I don't know what's going on with you dude. You know our text. Exchanges have been a little fiery. You're just like you just cranky like a cranky old man, all of a sudden. What's happening? You're just GONNA have to. You're going to have to weather that storm I'll come back around. I'm cranky. I'm tired that's IT I'm tired. I'm fatigued. Yeah, okay. I don't have it I. Don't have any energy. I don't have any juice. It's why I'm glad we get Barkley coming on. The news talk about any I love Charles man and we. We've known him for a minute. We play golf the American Century and Tahoe and and he just holds court, and and he's just A. He's the most fair. You know just sweet man that I that I know he's just a good hearted person. I can't wait to hear about his story, and he likes to have fun and he likes to include people in on that fun And I'm excited talk to. Let's go where there is what timing Joe Your God. If you may be cranky, but you got timing. There's chuck right now. Hey, chuck brothers Oh. Oliver? What's up, man? How are you? Bored is fuck. Why do you think we're doing this podcast? Man? This isn't fair. This is. I've been stuck on a couch. In March. Oh God. Are you getting out in about though at least safely or no. Well. Everything's still closed. Everything's still close. I'm actually. I, live in Philadelphia. I've been here like three days and everything's fucking cold. I'm going back to Arizona Ms Cup of aid, because at least I can play golf every day..

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"charles i" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

05:12 min | 4 months ago

"charles i" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Banks And he had worked on legislation a couple of years ago to let felons black felons vote again. And I thought. I was disappointed that we turn to show that we started this relationship over to these idiot foods in jackasses on Morning TV, shows and Internet nothing good happens when you got these foods on one and talk shows, or you turn the world over to the Internet. Because that's where all to lose enthused. Hang out at on Antoinette. Listen drew was insensitive. I think he knows that the way the NFL just to players just like they know drew brees. They know all the good stuff did, but they turned it over the food on Talk TV and Internet, and that's where all the idiots live on those two forms. Charles Barkley with us here on ESPN Radio Charles, one of the interesting things that has happened I'm certain you've noticed. Is College cage really finding their voices and calling out coaches and calling people in charge at their universities or others or even going back fifteen twenty years? How do you feel about college? Kids using their voices the way they've used them here in the last few weeks. Well. I think that's a very slippery slope. WE'RE GONNA get to the point where we let college kids Pale people who they got the vote for. Let's say hypothetically this. I think that I i. don't even know anything about that network but they can't be in the worst and Fox News. which is awful. But. If a coach wanted to vote for trump. Who is not the? It was probably. It's GonNa be hard to find a worst president trump, but some of college coach or somebody wanted to vote a support trump. New. The players had a right to get that coach fired. Did to me a very very slippery slope. I think that what we need to do is like a man. Take a deep breath. I'm not a trump fan. Don't want but if if a CATIS CLOSE WANNA support trump. We're becoming foos. These other food on TV. who were you a liberal conservative? Wait a minute. How do we get to the point where I'll politicians? In both parties suck. Get that out the way I voted democratic my entire life. And I'm starting to wonder like man if I'm like what exactly how they had done for poor black people I mean we're still all black and poor We still in the worst neighborhoods still got worse schools. I mean the Republicans they just GonNa take care of risk people, but I'm starting to question like man. Why have I voted democratic? My entire life because I've come to the conclusion that both of these party suck. but like I say take. I just think we got. We got a very slippery slope and we let college kids, so no, no, you got to be. You can't support trump. If you like trump, you have to be in a certain cap or we're going to get you fired. I just think that's a very slippery slope. Sound like an old conservative Charles I sound like a guy who's trying to be fair and honest like you know, it's so funny. Watching TV for the last three or four three or four weeks I love all these white guys who are so poor black. You think we wouldn't have any problem that this country. You know it's been really fun. Every white guy on TV now is terrified. He's got to be. I'm one percents all these black folks I'm thinking like. From beginning, we wouldn't be behind four hundred years. But they're scared to death, and it's funny to watch. Listen Man I think what is what I tell anybody. Why don't you go in and look and see what people are actually done? And then you ask them do speak for themselves. It's very easy. So what do you actually done to help? Black people help poor people that act always speaks for itself, but right now it's funny watching TV because everybody's all in on the black lives, matter and black empowerment I'm like okay. So what are we going to do is great to say that make a lot of money on TV and radio like okay now it's time for us to start doing some action. Charles! Good talking. You always good talking to you. You wanted you want the dismount right. You're not GonNa let me just end this segment. The Way I WANNA end it. You want to say anything else before we go. I. Want you to tell your mother. WHO's the Saint? The sweetest lady in the world. Please give her my best. And Tell You dad, the kiss my ass. Right to. Excellent, yeah, he's playing the hits right here. He's born in different. He's just sort of doing it because he's always done it. It's all about the benjamins maybe. Never get ultimately. Your Fat Daddy Away my preferred.

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"charles i" Discussed on The Disruptors

The Disruptors

02:22 min | 4 months ago

"charles i" Discussed on The Disruptors

"That that's no objectivity is a as a as a fiction which we'd like to. We like to pretend exists and I think a lot of American newspapers like to pretend exists, but it doesn't. Its impartiality is the thing that does exist, but everything's objective I. think that's the perfect place to start to wrap this up and that's probably going to be the title. Title I try to use for. The objectivity is a fictitious thing we like to pretend exists Charles I think that wraps up social media I think that wraps up the media I. think that wraps out of what we've been talking about. Where if people WANNA find you and learn more about you and what you do is the best place probably twitter where I'm GELS at Charles Arthur. Don't worry about the re tweets and stuff guys. He's not looking at him. He's trying to stay out of the. Pool fight the fight. Pet Well Geno. It's quite weird because you know some writing this book, which means I have to really focus on it and what I find myself doing his. You know I spend a few hours writing and then I. Go to the kitchen or whatever to have a cup of coffee on the old know some lunch had i. Up Social Media and I realized the daylight someone having a cigarette that it's got that sort of addictive quality which? Were you looking forward to the next one is. It's quite weird. The sort of observe myself doing that. You Wanna see even more check `how often you check your phone, and then, when you reach into your pocket and realized wait, what am I I know there's nothing there, and he slapped it back in once. You kind of start to have those thoughts you, you realize. Yeah, we might be more than a little hooked and a little bit more than we thought we were. Although I have to say I. Find The cure for that is having a having small much. Watching how God s our awful. That sounds so much worse knows when they're always. You Not Concerned about your phone. You're having some message or they you. If it's a thing you WanNa know then you can get it to come on. You Watch otherwise you can ignore it. That sounds like that sounds like the the junky saying. I've got I've got the extra pillow in my pocket just in case I don't have to worry about finding finding my source i. don't know about that. One I would say turn off. Notifications might be a safer a safer bet, but to each their own I guess. Charles thanks for coming on anything you wanted to. These people with sorry called action anything. Not Really I mean. Just as a code on the the free to thing,.

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"charles i" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

01:48 min | 6 months ago

"charles i" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"Time once again for South Bitch sessions where I rant about something that bothers me and fix it this week once again for the however. Many at the time. I've had to complain about something. While the world is in a global pandemic. It feels very empty to complain but there are plenty of things that still annoy me. Shocker and one of them is how do dishes accumulate so fast? I mean honestly it feels like I've done dishes eight thousand times since I got stuck in this quarantine and realize it's because I'm cooking more and realize it's because you know you're not eating lunch or dinner out every single meal you have is in your home but it still feels like at any moment there are dishes taunting me from the sing one day if I snap. It's probably GONNA be about this because it feels like what I do is I wake up. I make breakfast. I try to do the dishes at that time. But maybe there's like a spare pot that's not ready or a pan that I use it still cooling and then I come back later and it feels like those pots and pans had pot PANTEX and created smaller baby dishes and pans everywhere. That accumulated as if from nowhere. Now this could be the fact that I live with a man who is my husband who maybe doesn't have the same. Clean it right after you use it. Approach that could be it or it could be again the magical pot pan sex that is resulting in a full sink at all times. All right if you'll good about what we accomplished. Today I need to stop complaining about the dishes and just do them and or start to outsource them to the other human being in my house who may or may not be creating the pot pan offspring their fixed. If you want me to fix a dilemma Goto. That's what she said was Sarah Spain. Podcast on the items APP. Goethe reviews rate the show of course as many stars as possible and leave it in your review and maybe I will fix it in a future episode. Thanks as always for lasting about an hour with me. That's what she said..

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"charles i" Discussed on Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

11:12 min | 8 months ago

"charles i" Discussed on Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

"Either internal phase changes when we're looking at brain chemistry or internal events where it's a deliberate act and we are deciding that something should be rewarding and the fact that we've decided it should be rewarding makes it rewarding right. The rewards aliens changes his ex as a result of our decision. Making and I think what's important about that is that's great and it's something to aspire to. It's a lot easier to deal with external rewards. I ride oftentimes. If you're trying to change behavior create a new behavior. You need an external reward in order to allow you to focus on the war. Can I ask you Fra Specific example here of an internal condition? That many people report is problematic for them Lisa suffering and so forth excessive self criticism so it is. A behavior is an internal indirect babe. You're how would you apply your approach to someone who say wants to be much less self critic call while still keeping your eye on the ball and not making big mistakes in life. Well so I think the first question you have to ask is what reward is that providing to you right when someone is is internally self critical the avoidance of the possibility of making a mistake yet could probably the very possibly could be at right. I feel like I'm more vigilant because I'm internally self critical have learned in the past words off anxiety or perhaps awards which is a little bit of a different thing right. Perhaps it's that I actually if I if I'm not self critical on worried. That others will be critical. I hate feeling stupid more than I hate. Criticizing my this is great. Charles I wanted to put you on the spot with Osama therapists so of course this kind of stuff I think about. I mean but and I think the point is that there's there's a there's a myriad of potential rewards they're right or it could simply be comforting. It could actually be that like I've gotten into this habit of self criticism and it feels comforting to me to engage in a behavior that engaged before you may also feel like. I'm almost superstitious like I'm warding off the worst case scenario by envisioning the worst case scenario mean we've all experienced various aspects of this. I think the thing is unless you know what reward. That behavior is providing. You don't know how to change the habits and it is different from person to person and the way. You're a therapist. I I'd be curious if you have a different perspective on this. The researchers have spoken to. They say the best way to figure out what reward is driving. That behavior is just the conduct experiments if instead of being self critical if I suspect that I'm doing it for reasons of trying to envision the worst case scenario because I protect against it if I sit down and I write the actual worst case scenario of her. Write it down on a piece of paper. Is that relieve my need for self criticism if the answer is yes and maybe it's like suggested what reward is driving that right. The tricky thing of course is that a lot of haters of both internally directed and externally directed that arose due to the linkage with reward have taken on a life of their own and they're just simply repetitive processes that are kind of decoupled from the function they used to serve maybe someone developed self-criticism in their childhood and twenties because they grew up in a really critical environment. I did actually and so to avoid any possibility of external criticism we internalize internal self-criticism to keep on the straight narrow. But then you know thirty years later. Say I don't really need to keep pleasing my parents. If it's still that habit you know as a were internal is occurring so that that's really interesting isn't it? You know when the behavior is not any longer linked clearly to a reward and yet is problematic for a person but let's say back in the day. The reward was preventing external criticism by being really hard on myself internally. How would someone like me change this as a habit these days have become more self accepting more self compassionate and less self critical? Well I think I think the number one thing would be not to say. I'm just going to extinguish this behavior. Right because into a vacuum into a vacuum. Some other behavioral hassle slow excellent. Yeah and then I think the next thing is again. I'd be curious if this lines with your practice is to try and find something. That is more positive What the things we know is that habits are strong but the relatively delegates. And so when you change that environment when you start fiddling with the gears on inside your head you have his opportunity to kind of run an experiment say okay. If I'm not self critical this time. Is someone else necessarily going to criticize? That's great running experiments in reality right and see what the jury says. Instead of being self critical you gotta do something else. You must have some alternative behavior. I mean this is it. Within the literature. This is often referred to as simplified habit reversal therapy which says you don't simply extinguish a habit. You find some new behavior to take the place of that of that old behavior because otherwise you're just going to revert to the to what you did before. So maybe maybe what you do. Is You instead of being self critical? You like sit down and you force yourself to lavish praise on yourself and and and by the time you know you know if you do three or four times in the world hasn't you your brain starts to realize like an actually. Don't have to be so self critical. Yeah everything's not GonNa fall apart and I think that's a great piece of advice and an interesting way to kind of approach. Her own psychology from the perspective of run tests of various kinds. It's a really useful way to think about it and I think what's important like when you think about it like often times when people say they WANNA make a change. They talk about removing something. I WANNA lose weight. I'm going to eat less. What really works much better as you guys know. I WANNA lose weight. I'm going to eat something different. And when you run an experiment you'd never replace the activity where they know right. You say like tested a now. I need to just be and see indeed. You don't say test today now I need to do nothing. And that's why this experimental mindset is so important is because first of all it encourages you to find an alternative behavior instead of simply trying to extinguish Secondary also says look if the experiment doesn't work. That's okay like if all your experiments are successful. You're a lousy. Scientists are supposed to have some filled results to know that they are actually testing things worth testing so Charles I have been in the field for about forty years in a reasonably sophisticated level and of all the things I've ever read related to positive. Change your two books for the best and I would absolutely recommend them including smarter faster better which is a fascinating exploration of manifesting. Our Dreams fundamentally in a way that can be very soulful and heartfelt so. This is an unsolicited plug. And it's a very sincere one my heart about your word. Yeah much yeah no absolutely and I want to kind tack in that direction of Smarter. Faster better and organizational development and kind of practice inside of it in general because you wrote a absolutely fascinating piece about a year ago for the New York Times magazine titled Wealthy Successful and miserable and in it. You basically looked had smarter faster. Yeah where you basically add to paraphrase the beginning of it. You went to a school reunion for Harvard. Business obviously a lot of various successful people in there and what you found is a lot of people who were making a lot of money and be not feeling particularly great about it and just in your work life. In general you've had the opportunity to interact with so many people in the business world who were by any definition radically successful and that doesn't always line up with fulfilment and life and I think that it's kind of this haunting reflection to a certain extent that we're talking about productivity inhabiting affective nece out in the world but that doesn't always lead to fulfil mentor happiness or whatever kind of those You demonic aspirations are that people might have and for starters. I was kind of just wondering your reflection on that but to narrow in maybe a little bit more. What are some of the things that you've seen in the people who let's say did wind up happy and successful that were different on a trait level from those? Who maybe didn't set really good question? I mean I think that the most obvious ones are probably the most intuitive. Which is that people who who had sought sort of just financial gain tended to be much less satisfied than those who had found something. They were About I use that word passion really carefully because I think that many times when we talk about passions that people think that it has to be like you know you go into education. 'cause you're passionate about kids or you go into the renewable energy because you're passionate about the environment. Oftentimes people go into very boring industries and they remained passionate passionate not necessarily about the industry but they're passionate about their job right they're doing. Hr In like those boring company on Earth but they love HR. They love helping people do their best work. Sometimes some people that I know work for companies and they basically dislike other people intensely biggest like most of humanity intensely but they really like technology and so they make for being a great venture capitalists because they're just so passionate about learning about what the next technology is going to be in trying to figure out the puzzle behind and so I think that that's the first order thing is that people who people who basically say I'm interested in this activity beyond the fact that I got paid for it that seems to be a pretty good first indicator of the direction. You should move the secondarily. I mean we know a lot about what actually creates a sense of filming or psychological wellbeing right being able to do things with people whom you enjoy spending time around whom you respect in whom you incur smart in some way tends to increase quality of life being in a field where you get surprised or feel a sense of awe sometimes in your environment that has a big influence on whether you end up being satisfied and continue to be curious about that that industry. I don't think any of them are particularly surprising. I think it's just it's just a horror because I think most people say like look. It would be great to be able to do the thing that I love. But I'M NOT GONNA make any money at it and that might be true. I can't criticize people from making pragmatic choices but I will say that even within the constraints of I need to get paid for what I'm doing. It seems like you're far better off then saying within that one parameter can I find something that actually just seems surprising and on spiring occasionally and fun.

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"charles i" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

10 Things That Scare Me

06:17 min | 10 months ago

"charles i" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

"Number one that there won't be an apocalypse in my lifetime.

"charles i" Discussed on Noble Blood

Noble Blood

15:48 min | 1 year ago

"charles i" Discussed on Noble Blood

"For Charles the second he had a brilliant bargaining chip spectacular General Montrose who had fought valiantly for Charles the first and won several spectacular surprising victories for the Royal Forces Forces Montrose was loyal to Charles the second and readily agreed when Charles the second asked him to invade Scotland with a small force to attempt to raise the highland clans in order to challenge the Scottish government on his behalf Montross fought Charles privately continued his negotiations with the Scottish government until he finally agreed to the terms of the Scottish Nobles Charles wrote a letter to Montrose telling him that he was making him a knight of the Garter the most prestigious order of Chivalry that can be granted by a monarch it was as good as a kiss of death while mantras was still battling on his behalf Charles Secretly signed a treaty with the very people against whom mantras was fighting mantras was captured dragged through the streets and hangs like a common criminal not even receiving a nobleman death of beheading with an axe Charles the second gave up Montrose Montross his father's finest general a military hero but he got his alliance with Scotland after agreeing to uphold Presbyterian Ism Charles the second entered Scotland as their king he and and his men made their way from the coast into Edinburgh passing through the north gates in the city. What's that child's asked looking up an irregular shape on the gate it was twisted and blackened picked up by birds run through with a large nail? One of the Scottish guards answered him. It was one of Montrose arms hung up on the city gate as a warning and deterrent others Charles was silent the rest Thoraya you know he was technically King King in Scotland having signed the Presbyterian Covenant meant that that Crown was almost more symbolic than anything it had about the same power as a crown made a foil or a burger king paper crown a few hundred years too early see while his father there had a foundational faith in the divine right of kings to rule as granted by God himself. The Presbyterian Scots saw king as more of a magistrate than anything else. Charles was a king again but with no real king leanness us in Scotland the king was a man just like anyone else and like other men Charles the second was required to obey the strict protocols of the religion he was forbidden from walking about on Sundays and forced to sit through six hours first of Sunday sermons with the Covenant Charles had signed away his religion and his divine power but at least yet an army willing to go up against Oliver Cromwell in England and on September Third Sixteen Sixteen fifty they got their chance Cromwell and his men had advanced in a preemptive strike towards Edinburgh when they met with the Scottish forces in the battle of Dunbar the Scots massively outnumbered the Englishman and they also occupied the high ground leaving the English soldiers trapped between a hill and the North Sea all the Scottish army needed to do was wait them out but the Scottish general believed that England was already fatally weakened and so Scotland charged Cromwell watched with amazement the Lord hath delivered them into our hands. He said it was a decisive victory for England that put the entirety of southern Scotland Hartland under their control and left Scotland completely humiliated needing a scapegoat for the victory they forced their King Charles. The second to publicly declare that the outcome of the battle was God's punishment for the sins ends of his parents and his entire family. What could the young king do but agree? He was a king in name only a puppet for the Scottish Presbyterian Covenant Tres and so Charles the second swallowed his pride and did. As they asked now Charles the second path for winning back the English throne would require him doing it on English soil and so he and his small army of Scottish men and the English royalists he could gather along the way went down south to make their final stand against Oliver Cromwell at the battle of Worcester this time it was the English who had the advantage of numbers nearly thirty thousand men the largest army ever assembled rambled on British soil and Double Charles had been able to gather cromwell had predicted the movements of Charles and his armies and made a strategic decision to delay the charge three days so it would occur on September third sixteen eighteen fifty one exactly one year to the day after he had beat Scotland in the ground in the battle of Dunbar Worcester wasn't instant massacre for Charles the second and his army three thousand of his men were killed and another ten thousand captured deported off to work as indentured servants or worse as Charles and his close cadre of men rode away from the battle site. The king kept stopping his horse his father had taught him to always fight on the front lines. We have to go back Charles. The second set we have to keep fighting. His men looked at one another but only for a split second that was it. One of his men finally said the battle is over you. The parliamentarians needed Charles debt even though the parliamentarians and won a decisive military victory there were still those loyal to Charles and his longest he lived he was still a symbolic threat to the new republic. Almost no one in Charles's army had escaped from Worcester Cromwell's men had cast a wide net around the battle and they assumed boomed the king who had been on the front lines leading his army for most of the fight would be among the many dead bodies left when the fighting was over but by some miracle brilliant stroke of Luck Charles had escaped and so the would be kings the next six weeks weaving through the English countryside in an increasingly perilous series of near captures trying to make it to safety while the parliamentarian guards searched for him escape was a risky and dangerous prospect. The king was six foot two at a time when the height of the average Englishman was closer to five at six and he had an astonishing price on his head a thousand pounds he had a few allies a small network of England secret Catholics but anyone he meant could betray him and would certainly be tortured as to his whereabouts if soldiers discovered that they had been associated among that Catholic network were five brothers with the surname pendrill who saw a hot as a mission from God to protect their king against the enemy of Cromwell's protestantism one of the brothers Richard cut the king's hair so that it was short on top and long at the side in the style of a common laborer Charles I was trained in the local dialect given workman's clothes and shoes for King Charles the second who had up until that point only ever won the finest footwear the rough shoes left his feet bleeding and blistered thanks to his fight none of the shoes the pencils ahead on hand would fit him and so Charles was forced to slice open the size of a pair of shoes several sizes too small Charles would go days without sleep making escapes in the middle of the night to a state where he might be welcomed and smuggled in Charles was hidden inside secret priest holes were Catholics hid priests. Keep them safe from force conversions after the religion had been outlawed a captain named of all things William careless had been one of the final royal soldiers to make it out of Worcester alive he and Charles had made it to the Bosca Bella states where the pencil brothers were caretakers only to hear of an approaching battalion of Puritan guards careless knew that if he brought the king inside no matter how well hidden the houses priests tolls were eventually the soldiers but find him and so at careless a suggestion William pendrill brought out a ladder careless. I'm the king climbed high into an oak tree dense with leaves and stayed there for an entire day while the troop of Cromwell's guards marched beneath them searching the countryside for king who at that very moment was a dozen feet above their heads. The king was sleep in the branches when a pair of regards sat at the base of the tree taking a break from their search to clear the rubble from their shoes. Careless was awake and came to a terrible realization. His leg was asleep and Charles was lying hang on his leg if the sleeping Charles didn't move careless numb leg would cause them both to tumble from their perch directly onto the guards below an so covering Charles's mouth so he wouldn't yell careless. Careless pinched him and then pinched him again. Mercifully Charles woke up and quietly shifted his weight and the two remained safely hidden in their perch until the guards moved on after the king successfully evaded troops of basketball. Two of the pendrill brothers went with him to the estate of Moseley old hall the home of a man named Thomas White Greave there Charles the second was given his first proper bed to sleep in since he had escaped from the battle of Worcester. A family priest was also there a man by the name of Father John Huddleston who bathed and bandaged the king's torn and Athleti Feet Charles.

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"charles i" Discussed on Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby

Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"charles i" Discussed on Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby

"Issues and win the title company called to we were closing to get all the information. She had a freak out and said this house isn't for sale what you're talking about. And so we just wasn't meant to be. And then it trust those fuck gosh. I told Charles I said, you know, there's no more direct message than the owner saying this house isn't for sale saving. I don't need to buy this house. So we're not doing a frame. Are you pretty good at following signs or messages? I feel like I try to pay it in. But I don't know. I mean, I enough in touch with my spiritual self, and my heart that, you know, if there's a clear message like that, you know, I I try to, you know, pay attention, but I dunno. I also get caught up in life too. I know it's a balance. Yeah. I feel it before we started this. We're talking about surrendering. And how important that is? I always think I have surrendered, and they're my spirituality, and then I'll just get hit with something else. And I'm like, oh, gosh, I'm really haven't surrendered because I'm freaking out right now. Right in desperately trying to control a situation. Right. It's true. I mean. My grandmother one of my favorite sayings that she taught me was never get attached to anything that can be bought or sold. And that is you know. Something to completely remainder. Remember surinder? I mean, again, just our whole house situation. You know, it's not like we didn't get to move into an amazing house also. But you know, the things that matter in life are nothing that you can hold tangibly other than people. So I know and even with people, you know, it's like this Christmas, I talked to you about to like my dad almost died, and I know you've dealt with a lot of pain in that way. And it's like, and then we also last year Mike on are dealing with baby stuff and trying to have a baby and miscarrying. We went through all of that. And that is hard. It's hard really hard. And I love I just talked interview with Carolina, Brian, and she was talking about it. She'd had a miscarriage in. It's just like so many people have gone through infertility or struggling with it. And that's another thing. How do you deal with those bigger moments in life? When it's like you want something so badly. It's not object. It's like a life. Right. But it's not happening or something you lose someone. How have you navigated those waters? I think in the hardest times in my life. You know, like we talked about surrender. The key message for me, which you asked by pay attention to messages, maybe I do. The key message for me is just trust were walking through it. And you're gonna feel growth you're gonna feel better on the other side. I mean every time that we've walked through something hard. Whether it was our infertility struggle before we had ward, or you know, anything in our marriage or careers. I've always just trusted in the Lord, and you know, my heart that just to stay the course, and you know, you never grow without change and partial so, you know, sometimes God teaches us lessons through that kind of hardship. I'm trying to learn the lesson that things aren't good or bad that they all four growth. Right. You know, because like in my younger days, I would be upset when things wouldn't go the way I wanted to go. And now I have learned through living through many things that have not gone. Planned or really shook my world that okay? There is a big growth here. I would have never gotten it without this experience. I think a lotta times for me to you know, in my marriage, Charles he like really kind of focuses hard on things that aren't right and can really kinda stew about things. And so I've had to be the one that's like roll with it. A little more. For better for worse. So, you know, I don't know if I've just been forced to have that mentality of nothing's like you said, nothing's good or bad. It's just. Growth. It is. We were talking a little bit earlier about. Trying to conceive ward and..

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"charles i" Discussed on My Brother, My Brother And Me

My Brother, My Brother And Me

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"charles i" Discussed on My Brother, My Brother And Me

"That's new york slide nice by and then it's like four seconds and then they're back out of your life can i offer a slightly more aggressive option sure a big clock on your desk timer the youth sat to however long on flame is and when your boss comes over start talking to you stop it turned talk to them and gall lock this is for back and started again me talking to you about my precious onions his work that is worth the time that's worktime are you done because i'm on onion time now i'm ana i will get back to onion time but this is work time if we're talking you're my boss you're not my friend charles at a vague the clock say that you're my boss not my friend charles i will talk to you about my onions but it's time theft the feet charles and click i think that if you're bosses talking to you you legally should not a cannot be counted as your lunch break because like what else are you breaking from other than the people you work with right even if even if you're possibly was in real life your best friend now now now now onion time i think he says you get onions on that nice and you say no i didn't even others onions clearly hanging out the side of eggs you've got so many onions 75 flickered onions on you say we can't even good dane all it i knew i had to be the bread and like eighty onions in it and how they all onions whole arguments hall iranians essay obunsha whole onions had just like shrek new saint now i didn't get the fuck out of here charles.

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