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Fresh update on "chuck" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

01:19 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "chuck" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

"To the weekend edition of Bloomberg business week coming up we're going to dive into a special double issue of the magazine much of it centered around the tech stock reckoning taking place in 2022 We begin though with the story that really overshadowed all others this past week A deadly school shooting in Texas that claimed the lives of 19 children and two teachers Now reigniting the debate over gun laws in America Yeah it definitely was the overarching thinking this week and just thinking wow here we are again To help us understand what impact this might have on policy in our nation's capital with primaries ongoing in midterm elections on the horizon we bring in Bloomberg businessweek national correspondent Josh green who follows politics And Josh I got to say when I was listening to President Biden speak this week following this mass shooting at another school kids impacted young kids you know it's not the first president calling for tougher gun laws and I fear it's not going to be the last What's the political will for tougher gun ownership legislation Well there's a lot of political will for it among Democrats but Republicans are another story Going back to the child massacre and newtown Connecticut Republicans have consistently opposed in filibustered even modest background check bills And because of the rules of the Senate and because most Republicans don't want to pass any kind of gun control legislation even in the wake of a massacre like the one we saw this week gun legislation just dies in the Senate And nothing President Biden does or Democrats in Congress do seems to be able to change that fact It's interesting though Josh because we do see a will for it from voters a majority of Americans do support stricter gun control laws This according to a morning consult poll that was conducted last week That was after the shooting in Buffalo but before the most recent mass shooting said that 60% of Americans support stricter gun control laws So it's the politicians the Republican politicians who don't support it but the Americans regardless of where they are on the political spectrum on a hold too Yeah I mean the calculus that most Republican politicians make is that pro gun people gun advocates NRA members are much more active on the gun issue as voters than the broad survey of Americans like the one that you discussed And that for those voters gun control will be a motivating issue to go out and in the case of Republicans vote against anyone who supports gun control bills or narrows the ability to own giant arsenals of automatic weapons like we like we've seen in all of these recent mass shootings So most of them not all of them but most Republicans have been unwilling to vote in favor of any gun control legislation Now there is a slim a very slim possibility that something could change this time around And one of the important things that happened this week in the Senate is that the democratic majority leader Chuck Schumer instead of just putting up a bill a messaging bill on gun control that he knew would fail Has stepped back and allowed Connecticut senator Chris Murphy a Democrat who's the Senate staunchest gun control advocate to try one more time to cobble together a bipartisan coalition to tighten background checks So called red flag law They're trying to put together My own reporting talking to people is that the chances for this bill are very very slim But it is still alive and maybe this will be the massacre that pushes ten Republicans into agreeing to support some kind of legislation And that would be a large enough number presuming all Democrats went along and alerted to overcome that Senate filibuster I mean Josh how strong is the gun lobby I feel like for years we talked about how strong it was and how influential I feel like this is one of those issues just like abortion It's so divisive within this country and you feel strongly about one way or the other But what is the political strength of the gun lobbying especially when it comes to politicians Yeah You know a great measurement of that question is that the National Rifle Association is having its convention in Houston this weekend And there are parade of Republican politicians headlined by Texas senator Ted Cruz who are showing up to speak to the NRA And so I think that's a signal The fact this is going on even in the wake of this massacre in Texas shows you how powerfully pro gun and pro gun rights a big segment of the Republican Party almost every Republican elected officials certainly at the federal level And so as long as that dynamic exists as long as Republican politicians believe there is a price to be paid for supporting gun control legislation you're simply not going to do it And we've seen that again again and again and again this is the 27th school shooting We have this year So I think once we got past 2013 in the massacre in newtown Connecticut with nothing happening I think at that point Republicans are just sort of willing to accept any outcome no matter how horrible how gasoline and just say this isn't something we're willing to act on And until that dynamic changes there really isn't going to be any change at least not coming from Washington It's just heartbreaking and just unbelievable to see this over and over again Josh thank you so much Really appreciate your input That was Bloomberg businessweek national correspondent Josh green We should note that Michael Bloomberg owner of Bloomberg LP the parent company of Bloomberg news is a founder of and helps fund every.

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Why Won't Chuck Schumer Stand Against Lee Zeldin's Hate?

Mark Levin

01:00 min | 2 d ago

Why Won't Chuck Schumer Stand Against Lee Zeldin's Hate?

"What so what is Chuck Schumer doing about any of this Mister pro Israel He even say anything about he dare not You know why You know why mister producer He fears AOC And she's part of this operation And he fears that she'll run in a Democrat primary defeat him because for Chuck Schumer all that matters is power What the hell else is the man going to do He's only served in elected offices in the New York assembly The U.S. House and then the U.S. Senate He's never actually worked for a living Doesn't know how things work Talib came under fire in August 2021 when she claimed that wealthy pro Israel forces were behind the curtain controlling U.S. policy But don't worry she's fantastic

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Rashida Tlaib via Pro-Hamas Newspaper: Attack Israel

Mark Levin

01:27 min | 2 d ago

Rashida Tlaib via Pro-Hamas Newspaper: Attack Israel

"Within days representative Rashida Tlaib and this hasn't gotten any attention except again from the free Beacon She spoke at a rally this month Reports chuck Ross and Adam credo With a pro Hamas newspaper publisher who urged Palestinians to attack Israel In other words the Jews That's what they mean Now this is 2022 2022 and this is spreading ladies and gentlemen This is stuff is spreading The culture rot is spreading Talib shared the stage with Osama The publisher the Dearborn based Arab American news At the second annual metro Detroit march for Jerusalem Palestine on May 15 Whose newspaper co sponsored the event urged Arabs and Michigan and elsewhere to quote fight within their means Against Israel whether it be with stones or guns or their hands

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Senators voting on Domestic Terrorism Prevention Bill

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 d ago

Senators voting on Domestic Terrorism Prevention Bill

"To the back to back mass shootings in Buffalo and uvalde Texas failed in the Senate Republicans blocked a domestic terrorism bill that would have opened debate on hate crimes and gun safety Majority leader Chuck Schumer says he'll give bipartisan negotiators in the Senate about two weeks while Congress is away for a break to try to forge a compromise Texas Republican John cornyn says this must make a difference One thing we should not do is try to pass something that will have absolutely no impact on incidents like this just to score political points or make ourselves feel good Connecticut Democrat Chris Murphy is optimistic I am hopeful there is growing momentum but I have had

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Is Pure Evil the Reason Behind Mass Murderers?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:34 min | 2 d ago

Is Pure Evil the Reason Behind Mass Murderers?

"But you have to ask yourself how is it explainable other than the existence of pure evil You say oh it's mental health is it Is it mental health Because let me tell you something again I hate citing education two days in a row so it's going to have to stop for at least another 6 months Because it's just weak people cite their education when they can't explain an argument without relying on their CV right But for a moment forgive me folks there are a lot of people who have serious mental health disorders Schizophrenia is schizoaffective disorders personality issues bipolar disorder TBIs There are a lot of people who have serious cerebral damage They don't go out and murder a bunch of 9 year olds You know and you say well maybe it's just like the video games and the entertainment Well like I said yesterday I don't think a lot of that stuff helps but I don't blame them I mean I like video games growing up I used to watch Chuck Norris movies and James Bond movies You know my dad let me watch invasion USA when I was I don't know how old I was 8 9 There was a lot of dead bodies in that I never went out and be like wow that would be cool if I could whack a few people That never happened either So if it's not the mental health and it's not the video games it is not the violent movies Is it some combination of it all I mean maybe evil is the explanation

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Senate Judiciary Committee holds nomination hearing for ATF head

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 3 d ago

Senate Judiciary Committee holds nomination hearing for ATF head

"A day after a mass shooting at a Texas school kills 19 children and two adults the Senate holds a hearing on a new ATF head Testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee President Biden's nominee for ATF director Steven detel box as if confirmed he would advance the cause of public safety I vow to never let politics in any way influence my actions Senate judiciary chair dick Durbin says he's qualified and needs to be confirmed The spot went vacant for four years Why Because the gun groups wanted to go vacant They don't want a strong agency doing its job Ranking committee members senator chuck grassley says he has concerns about dental bock heading the ATF Biden had to withdraw his first ATF nominee after stalling for months because of opposition from Republicans and some Democrats the NRA claimed it campaign to keep David chipman from the post I'm Julie Walker

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Will Congress act on guns after Sandy Hook, Buffalo, Uvalde?

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 3 d ago

Will Congress act on guns after Sandy Hook, Buffalo, Uvalde?

"Senate democratic chief Chuck Schumer is pushing Republicans to finally act on guns after the Texas shooting With 20 little kids dead Please damn it please think if it was your child or grandchild But Schumer notes the prospects of GOP senators shifting course in helping pass substantial laws to curb gun violence are very slim even as leader Mitch McConnell blasted the shooting It's literally sickening Alabama Republican Tommy tuberville said regulating guns won't solve anything This is a mental health issue Guns are not the problem okay People are the problem New Jersey Democrat Cory Booker says that's the problem Mines are made up It doesn't matter if more kids died This is just going to be the same thing as it was after Parkland after newtown Here nothing is changing Sagar Meghani Washington

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Is Armed Resistance the Answer to Targeted Shootings?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:48 sec | 3 d ago

Is Armed Resistance the Answer to Targeted Shootings?

"If somebody hears chuck's point that mass shooters go where they know the likelihood of armed resistance is low. Isn't the answer armed resistance? What do you say to that? And again, I really want to have a meaningful dialog in terms of trying to come up with some solutions. What do you say to that if you're anti gun? And that to me is the problem. We got people who are literally anti gun who think we have too many guns already. Look at the mainstream media coverage. You're seeing that emerge. There's just two many damned guns. That's their attitude. And until we confront that, we're never going to get anywhere.

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The Left's Hold on the Black Community Is Coming to an End

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | 4 d ago

The Left's Hold on the Black Community Is Coming to an End

"I want to get right to our guest. Someone who I have an amazing amount of respect for, I read basically everything he puts out. If there's an op-ed by this man, I read it. He's kind of the senior Professor of the conservative movement, and we are honored to have this great patriot with us today. Newt Gingrich, mister speaker, welcome back to the program. Thank you for that warm introduction. As long as you say those nice things, I'll always show up. Well, then we have a deal. So I want to talk about your piece. Democrats hold on the black community is ending, this is something that people have been talking about for a couple years. It was a wonderful piece, walk our audience through it. Well, we've been working on a project that Bernie Marcus launched back in 19 18, looking at the question of could you find an American majority that would be large enough and stable enough that you could really get the big things done we need to get this country back on the right road. And because of my background, both working with Ronald Reagan and then with the contract with America in creating the first Republican House majority in 40 years, we had sort of an instinct for how to do this. What's happened, of course, is that Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer mean, let's be fair. They all work together. They've created such a bad performance record at levels people feel. There was a brilliant article the other day by Selena zito, who's one of the great students of American politics. And she said, she was interviewing people in small towns in western Pennsylvania who said to her, look, I can't find baby formula without going to four or 5 stores. And I can't afford the gasoline to go to four or 5 stores. So Joe Biden is hitting me and every possible way. And I think what all that's doing is we have to remember, African Americans are as pocket sensitive as Latinos or Asian Americans or for that matter, caucasians. And they're looking out there that say, it ain't working.

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Ukraine Mitchell Miller People Of

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | Last week

Ukraine Mitchell Miller People Of

"The yeas are 86 the nays are 11 and the bill is passed The Senate approving the massive aid package on a largely bipartisan vote Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer The United States Senate will keep its promise to stand with the people of Ukraine The package includes military as well as economic assistance and funding to help with Ukrainians displaced by the war The aid had been delayed over the past week due to an objection by Kentucky Republican Rand Paul He and ten other Republicans voted against the bill The house earlier approved the legislation which now goes to President Biden for his signature On Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTO The war in Ukraine is approaching three

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Senate approves $40 billion aid package for Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last week

Senate approves $40 billion aid package for Ukraine

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting the Senate ships of $40 billion Ukraine aid bill to President Biden for his signature The Senate gave final approval Thursday to a fresh $40 billion aid package for Ukraine sending the bill to president Joe Biden for his signature The legislation that includes military economic and food aid for Ukraine and U.S. allies passed on a vote of 86 to 11 Both party leaders Democrat Chuck Schumer and Republican Mitch McConnell urged passage It's a fight we should not and can not turn away from I encourage every senator on both sides to join this bipartisan super majority Every Democrat who voted approved the measure as did most Republicans but all the no votes came from Republicans which was also the case last week when the House approved the legislation 360 eight to 57 Mike Gracia Washington

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | Last week

Update on the latest sports

"EP sports I'm shark Freeman The Golden State Warriors made it look easy and gave one of the NBA's Western Conference Finals a lopsided one 1287 win over Dallas Steph Curry had 21 says the offense was in full throttle We had a couple possessions and third quarter we got in trouble but for the most part we were pretty decisive Warriors were helped when the Mavs high scoring guard Luka Dončić was held to a quiet 20 on 6 of 18 shooting NHL playoff openers Carolina used Ian Cole's overtime goal to beat the New York rangers two to one Oh good obviously Winning the game is what matters You know kind of getting our first taste of OT is great High scoring a fair in Calgary the flames beat Edmonton 9 to 6 on the hat trick from Matthew chuck To baseball the LA Dodgers have won 5 in a row Mark Myers reports on a 5 three win over Arizona The game turned in the fourth inning when the Dodgers put up four runs turning a two to one deficit into a 5 two lead Justin Turner had the big blow a three run Homer off Zach Davies Colorado down San Francisco CJ Crone's three run shot in the 8th inning lift at the rockies to a 5 three win Kesten Hiro made his return to the major is a good one He smashed a two run Homer at the bottom of the 11th inning and it lifted Milwaukee to a 7 6 comeback win over Atlanta Guys the game went on at basketball better and I think there's some opportunities where I kind of missed out on So you just wanted to just want to get the runner over Nick pavetta is two hitter carried Boston pass Houston 5 to one New York mets beat St. Louis 13 to four Zack Wheeler tossed 7 shutout innings in Philadelphia's three zero win over San Diego Command was good for the most part It wasn't all the way there but it was good for the most part Get away with some pitches for sure Other winners Washington Pittsburgh the New York Yankees Texas Minnesota Kansas City Seattle and Tampa also won The PGA Championship will begin today without Bryson DeChambeau who withdrew because of his surgically repaired wrist Check free button AP sports

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Tkachuk scores 3, Flames beat Oilers 9-6 in Game 1

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last week

Tkachuk scores 3, Flames beat Oilers 9-6 in Game 1

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Hiura's HR in 11th gives Brewers 7-6 victory over Braves

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Hiura's HR in 11th gives Brewers 7-6 victory over Braves

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Tucker Carlson: Chuck Schumer Refused to Come on the Show

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:58 min | Last week

Tucker Carlson: Chuck Schumer Refused to Come on the Show

"Tucker last night. Acknowledging and sharing his invitation. To this gutless wonder, this, this vicious man, Chuck Schumer, the one who screeched, hey Brett Kavanaugh, you're not gonna know what hit you. He's a bully. He's a tyrant, and he needs to be gone. He needs to be voted out of office. Every last one of this dirty damn bunch of Democrat loons needs to be gone. If we're going to stand a chance of getting this country back, they're so hypocritical, they're such frauds. They're so fake. With their fake their righteous indignation over the great replacement theory when that's all they've been screaming about for years. There was Tucker last night acknowledging how he invited Chuck Schumer, but no surprise, Chuck Schumer doesn't have the guts to face the man he is accusing of such a dastardly deed on national television. Schumer just sent a letter to our bosses here at Fox News, blaming this show for the mass murder in Buffalo as well as several other mass shootings in recent years. According to Chuck Schumer, this show spreads quote dangerous rhetoric that needs to be pulled off the air immediately in the name of public safety. Now, again, Chuck Schumer is a federal official. He is the leading Democrat in the United States Senate. And he is calling for media censorship. Now, there was a time like maybe 18 months ago and that would be considered a direct violation of the First Amendment. Now, we hear it every day. Let's just throw them in jail. We wanted to hear more from Chuck Schumer about this. We invited him on the show tonight as we always do. Because he is a coward, this is the only media appearance, probably in history. He's turned down.

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Did Chuck Schumer Forget That the Left Celebrates Replacement Theory?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:15 min | Last week

Did Chuck Schumer Forget That the Left Celebrates Replacement Theory?

"This Batman. Hey, senator Schumer. What do you call the replacement theory when you guys do it? What do you do, what do you say when you do it? Last night, Tucker Carlson ran a Montage of all the Democrats. Crowing about illegals replacing American voters. They call it shifting demographics. They call it turning Texas blue. It's the replacement theory. And they've bragged about it for years. I played a clip for you yesterday where Joe Biden bragged about it. He said it's going to be a good thing when whites are in the minority. The Democrats have been very transparent. In appreciating the influx of illegals into America for electoral gain.

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Chuck Schumer Pens Letter to Fox News Executives

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:39 min | Last week

Chuck Schumer Pens Letter to Fox News Executives

"To Rupert Murdoch, the chairman of Fox corporation. Lachlan Murdoch executive chairman and CEO of the Fox corporation. Suzanne Scott, CEO of Fox News media, and Jay Wallace, the president and executive editor of Fox News media. Those executives at Fox received a letter. From one of the most powerful U.S. senators in the country today. New York's Chuck Schumer. He writes dear mister Rupert Murdoch at all. I write to urge you to immediately cease the reckless amplification of the so called great replacement theory on your network's broadcasts. Proponents of this white nationalist far right conspiracy theory believe that a complicit or cooperative class of elites are advancing a plot designed to undermine the political power and culture of white Americans. A recent AP poll found that nearly a third of American adults believe that a group of people is trying to replace native born Americans with immigrants for electoral gains. I urge you to take into consideration the very real impacts of the dangerous rhetoric being broadcast on your network on a nightly

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New York Red Flag Law Missed the Buffalo Shooter

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:02 min | Last week

New York Red Flag Law Missed the Buffalo Shooter

"No, Matt, I don't know if you were on the air on Sunday. I got a day to absorb the buffalo atrocity before I had to comment on it in between there occurred the Orange County atrocity. And so I'm able to talk. I've been on the air live when shootings have occurred. And I was on the air live with 9 11. It's always hard to speak into that. But yesterday, Chuck Schumer blamed Fox News for it. I always think the Democrats go a bridge too far. I always think it's mental illness combined. And this kid's a racist. He's obviously fell into the rabbit hole of replacement theory and other weird nonsense. That comes out of white supremacist supremacism that needs to be denounced. But what do you say when the gun control advocates arrive? And New York has a red flag law, a red flag law that did not work. I like red flag laws. They're called stop orders in Arizona. Severe threat order of protection. I like that. It didn't work. It's on the books. What more can we do? I also support red flag laws. And I think this is a clear case of the system failing. The system's failing at every level, the shooter was referred to a mental health evaluation, which he confesses in one of his journal entries he manipulated in order to get a pass. So people weren't paying attention at the school. They weren't paying attention at the medical level. I also am very curious about the family situation. You know, he was there in the house with during the pandemic. That's where he says he began his radicalization. What were the parents doing? So this is a systemic failure. And I do think that we have to be aware that this subculture exists online and people have to be very wary of it and prepare to direct kids away from it. But you also need to have a situation where people in positions of authority are aware of these sorts of threats as they emerge and do what they can to stop them in the case of New York where you did have a red flag law. I think more needed to be done to prevent this young man from obtaining me awful weapons.

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Big winners and losers from Tuesday’s primaries

AP News Radio

00:59 min | Last week

Big winners and losers from Tuesday’s primaries

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"chuck" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

05:55 min | 4 months ago

"chuck" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

"So full disclosure, I've only been to one chateau. It doesn't even exist anymore. It was in Fullerton and OC and it was hella rundown. I always thought its commercials tried too hard and Chuck E. Cheese himself, homeboy made Mickey Mouse him as edgy as Cartman. But what do I know? The chain survives and it's now even thriving and turning into something I could.

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"chuck" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

05:16 min | 7 months ago

"chuck" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"To the my future. Is this show here today. Do i have somebody incredibly talented. This is a little bit left of center for what we normally talk about. But there's a very good reason and you can apply it to not only your skills as a park. Apply your skews in business in life and so many other areas. And you'll understand why i say that and with that being said i love to welcome to the show the wonderful mr chuck clayton welcome to the show. Thank you really appreciate being here today. How long were we beyond. Just so i can look. It goes for as long as you need to take a so. We'll we'll measure it as we go. Great we'll be done within six to eight hours. Well that's it's an important thing that you mentioned that because this is a very deep and meaningful topic. I've been through your website. As i mentioned off the coal and there's so many different dimensions to it. There's the mindset. There's the process there's many different ways to the Polka math which is going to be a primary topic and just for context. Chuck i'm gonna be sharing with the audience that you have written two books not one on mastering park in math. And we're going to be talking about those in harry. You can use them to help you learn mass from your good self But before we do that need to know that will be the batch you. I'd love to spend a couple of minutes finding out the basics. So where are you located in. Georgetown texas right now and i have. I grew up in michigan lower michigan. The george area Dearborn heights essentially. Who is the name of the place. That i grew up. Mostly had wonderful parents and unfortunately passed away. But they were they were credible influence. And it's each year. I appreciate a more all the things. They taught me correctly to treat people right and to go after my dreams and all that other good stuff so i went to engineering school at michigan..

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"chuck" Discussed on Hawkeye Report Podcast

Hawkeye Report Podcast

02:58 min | 8 months ago

"chuck" Discussed on Hawkeye Report Podcast

"So One other thing about About eighty five just bank game just the lore of that game how many how. Many hundreds of thousands of people have to you and said chuck. I was at that game. They always say that time. I was at that game but they always say i was in that quarter or in end zone when not rob hall and made that kick so it felt like there's one hundred thousand people in that end zone alone but Yeah i get that wherever. I go whenever i do a rotary or qantas or some kind of paris..

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"chuck" Discussed on Hawkeye Report Podcast

Hawkeye Report Podcast

04:40 min | 9 months ago

"chuck" Discussed on Hawkeye Report Podcast

"From hockey. Report dot com. And i'm joined by the great legend. I will Chuck long chuck. How are you. i'm doing great time. Yeah and thanks for the nice introduction. Find right but to be on with you. Did you notice that You know your name is on the side of kennex stadium there on the on the press box thing. Did you notice that when you're old. Teammates is on there now to andre tippett real excited about have been up on the wall. He deserves it a great player. One of very few hawk is i. Think is maybe four in history to be in the pro-football fame and a collegiate hall of fame. So he's he's getting inducted into college football hall of fame in las vegas. Along with bob. Stoops get inducted as university. Oklahoma all time winningest coach but all three of us were on one thousand nine hundred. Eighty one hawkeye team together. So i'm going to go out to vegas in december and see the induction. Both those guys getting inducted in andre up on the walls. It's an honor to be next storm. We need to get andrei onto. That'd be fun. one cannot in. Yeah so we made it chuck You know after everything happened last year with you know kind of stops and starts and stops start again and and and a note fans Were just a few days away from having fans.

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"chuck" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

04:31 min | 11 months ago

"chuck" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"What are we going to talk about what we're going to break holy shit. I didn't know where we're gonna go this deep He got it got the. We're breaking news run as or anything else you wanna break about. You chuck chuck chuck i. I'm i'm above six feet. I don't think i hit six one. But i'm above six feet. You're six one. You have an extra inches. You cut me because he feels like he's told him that. And you tell you feel like you're like having gravitas donning. Yeah he has a general persona. He's got what is it called. What do they call us. Drip swagger is the kid says. I don't know i'm not one of the kids. I'm older than you. How the five. Oh my god. He's old chuck l. You i'm fifty two home dot. You're pretty young looking fifty two year old. It was like sixty five seventy somebody i forget who it was gonads and strife. I think on twitter one time tweeted out. Chuck drink dresses like an angsty. Nineties teen gives me my young okay. So let's talk about this for a second. What's your whole your dick angsty. Ninety two yet. You're kind of sound like a like a ninety surfer from a movie related that you like literally you dress like a five year old now so what. What's what's up with that. Why do okay in fairness in syria. If you came here for fairness you came to the wrong. sincere is knows exactly No so i got into Oil and gas private equity in march of two thousand one right think of the landscape. Then you got natural gas partners. You've got end cap. You've got quantum you're tying it and yeah all those guys suit and tie in it right and you got the wall street guys see got apollo i think riverstone had just popped up. You had suit and tie aroma. You have enron just about dying enron and kinda gone casual corporate casual but they died and if you think about it in private equity you don't have to be the most popular person..

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"chuck" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

05:29 min | 11 months ago

"chuck" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Here's what we're doing out on her ranch. Here's how we're gonna make it better and all that i think that furthers discussion way better than sitting around just trash-talking online so are pretending. It didn't happen like that with alternative should have been like. You're not supposed to talk about the bad things in issue because it makes us look bad. Will they're happening anyway. So maybe we should be talking about so can get fixed. I dunno it's here's my thing if you're gonna sit from ivory tower and just be like. Hey there's nothing wrong with that industry you're stupid. i'm with you. Take accountability just say. Hey listen yeah we got our problems but there's not as many problems as the world might think environmentalists fossil fuels. Where the worst thing that's ever happened to the to the continent or continent to the world and the universe of all time. It's just it's that is obtuse to me right however if you we can just like anything you could literally apply this to anything like you. Just take accountability. And you're a hey listen out. Were probably not the greatest. We probably have done some bad but this is how we want to address it and we might even a dress it right away but we're gonna eventually address in this hour. We're going to do it. You give it a voice it suddenly. Everybody kinda just calms down. So i i'm a big believer and also i hate the f. T. i'm not i don't have the same. I don't have the same love for eft that you have chuck. I think there well. I shouldn't say not. I met and really be really clear. This is use of now talking. Podcast chuck i okay. This is definitely use of oil money. Donna you're part of this now gone. He's done. He's going down titanic and it was a it was a pleasure was that what are the cabin. Say it was a pleasure playing with two boys. That's that's donnie. Right now gray And i'm just gonna. I'm the captain that's refusing to to leave the ship. Chuck is the guy who threw away the children and the women because you wanna get on the boat so that is no dirty like that. I don't have the same. I would say a love for probably because i'm not as involved. I probably know as many people as you do The people that i have met. And i have talked to generally cool people i mean. That's that's what i'll say to that. But i'm just i just can't get down with so and another thing. I hate how you guys are anonymous. Okay i'm calling yard again. Eft you got a problem with me. You got a problem with chuck you got a problem with anybody. Just say who.

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"chuck" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

02:25 min | 11 months ago

"chuck" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

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"chuck" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

05:39 min | 11 months ago

"chuck" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"And so that's so. I think it's fair to have ashley come on and talk about what chevrons doing if chevron wanted to come on my podcast say okay. Here's what we're doing out on her ranch. Here's how we're going to make it better. And all that. I think that furthers the discussion way better than sitting around just trash talking online so or pretending it didn't happen like is that what the alternative should have been like. You're not supposed to talk about the bad things in industry because it makes us look bad. Will they're happening anyway. So yeah maybe we should be talking about it so you can get fixed. Here's my thing if you're going to sit from ivory tower and just be like. Hey there's nothing wrong with industry. You're it's stupid. I'm with you. Take accountability just say. Hey listen yeah we got our problems but there's not as many problems as the world might think. Like you know environmentalists fossil fuels where the worst thing that's ever happened to the to the continent or continent to the world and the universe of all time. It's just it's that is obtuse to me right however if you weaken just like anything you could literally apply this to anything in life. You just take accountability. And you're like. hey listen. Yeah we're probably not the greatest. We probably have done some bad. But this is how we wanna address it and we might even not even address it right away but we're gonna eventually address in this hour. We're going to do it. You give it a voice it. Suddenly everybody colleges calms down i. I'm a big believer. And also i hate the f. T. i'm not i don't have the same. I don't have the same love for eft that you have chuck. I think there well. I shouldn't say not there. I met release me really clear. This is us now talking. Podcast chuck report okay. This is definitely use of oil money. Donny you're part of this now. This ship gone. He's done he's going.

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"chuck" Discussed on The Coachable Podcast

The Coachable Podcast

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"chuck" Discussed on The Coachable Podcast

"Take responsibility for your life and your results kinda guy and he has been recognized by some of the largest corporations and just businesses in the world because they know how important and how powerful the work that chuck dies. He's worked with the likes of disney microsoft. At and t. And the list goes on and on including the us special forces. The navy airforce marines. You think it. He's probably worked with them. And i'm just so honored and grateful to have him here to have this conversation but also to bring this vision to life and create a school of self mastery for you guys to come be a part to learn how to unearth the potential that has always existed within you but how to really step into it and to live from that point of power in your life so without further ado. Let's get into today's episode. I welcome chuck morrison.

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"chuck" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat & Cloud

Coffee Podcast by Cat & Cloud

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"chuck" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat & Cloud

"Like a total of forty and it'll it'll work but yeah jelly certain people though dude. I mean it's all different mindsets way. My burn. My brain burns burns calories. Fuck needs a swathe food. Factors offside them hot. And i know too that things off certain blue. The blue flame he gets deeper blue. It's fully vin diesel goes from deep magnesium six-year magnesium pure life. It's aura energy. I think this is sick because it's kind of a note to everybody else like a lot of people. I mean you kind of had a pretty bad last year right. Different people have different levels. Of stresses in everybody's got a different struggle but at some point there has to be something something but the littlest smallest thing. That's in your control and if you think that absolutely nothing is in your control. It's going to be a bad situation for you saying it's not going to be easy but i feel like taking this inspiration to just kinda think about that if things aren't going exactly how you want them and it doesn't have to be. Oh it's perfect next week. One small action that you can take. It's not you don't have to hit bottom to make changes right at it. You can make changes any time. It's just like the having the time like self reflect and then the willpower to actually turn those like practices into habits. I guess and being like you are dialing in breakfast was a big thing for you. Yeah that's just one seemingly stupid thing. It's actually not stupid at all to where it's like okay. This is my breakfast. I eat it every day and it sets me up for something. Good as opposed to i. Don't fuck and take care of myself at all and ate a bagel at five in the afternoon and so in that case breakfast is a pretty big and then you just layer on breakfast. It's not like you're better quote unquote. You know. this has been going on for months. Or you're just stacking things on top of each other just layering. Things got breakfast. What else is happening in the morning. What's the next thing. That i feel like i could control right and breakfast is leading the better which is rad. But you're right it's like it's just one step on the way to. It's a tool to better that you might not even recognize so important. Yeah if you woke up. Let's say you're in your shittiest shows our many months ago. There's no way you're going to pop up out of bed and be like i'm going to write a book and it's gonna go well. That's not even you're not even there you know so it's these little steps and i think a lot of times people have the mindset that if they're not completely crushing it. They're failing or that. They need to go from zero to one hundred and that's just not super healthy or sustainable on. I don't know it's not empowering either it doesn't make you feel like you can win and it's important to feel like you can make progress. Yeah for me is like one step at a time. So a in this context but on the transition. I'm feeling the stress of we haven't addressed the entire company in terms of a vision and a mission like not emission mission. We have but in terms of vision in basically since two thousand and nineteen. Thanks for listening to this. Podcast is.

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"chuck" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat & Cloud

Coffee Podcast by Cat & Cloud

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"chuck" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat & Cloud

"Chicken website hot chicken dot com who thought don't have mad webs dot com. I don't have any tin dr. Tim troops still focused on our current business. Range provides not getting your heart right there at the time for this shit. Because i'm actually showing you other fuckers. If i worked on the other thing and i didn't work on this i i'm like not quite there yet. I need the provision from our current businesses. Sustained my fam- so i don't feel quite comfortable yet. Going that hard on the other places. Why don't you go hard right. It's like it's depending on how much to your point if you're talking about building a routine like yeah so for me. I've been i've right every morning. And then how long depends on how feeling so. It's usually minimum. you know. Sit there for ten minutes but it usually ends up. Being a half hour could go longer. If i really get in a groove and that's just things i'm thinking about you know stuff maybe i wrote in my notebook. Had right those kind of manifest and flow to the page. So do that every day and then by the time wednesday rolls around. It's not like it's no work. But if i'm going to post a blog on wednesday right. I've got like a huge bank of ideas that i can pull from so at that point. It's editing Putting it together into honestly the the hardest part are maybe not the hardest part the writings challenging time. Because you want it to be fine but the most annoying part is just plugging it into the newsletter. That goes out because mail chimp for some reason is really slow but even that you know on on any given wednesday of probably spend fifteen minutes to a half an hour taking that writing putting it on the blog the putting it on the newsletter and in creating a couple of links in sending it out. So it's not it's it's built into the routine it's not like i'm spending ten hours this week in this thing. That's what i mean. I mean more like my brain works doesn't work like that it just doesn't with. Add stuff it's like. It's got to be focused on certain things and the things that i'm focused on her more with our current business. Yeah there's long play but it's just not the right time for it right now And that's all. I'm saying like until i feel comfortable being like we talked about it yesterday until we can let go. At least i feel like. I can let go a certain parts of our business than i'm not gonna be able to put the right kind of energy and because it'll still be like pulling. Yeah and that's where. I've had like amazing support in the past year from like jazz wedding. Yeah who she's like a rockstar. Working me on the finance stuff Is like you saw this morning. Like she crush things out and she's working on different stuff force. But i've been able to give her more and more of kind of like the day to day. Yeah finance work which has been really awesome and just give me the brain space to think about other things. Whether it's you know things for business outside of and then i'm similar to i've got like my time is at night after our kids go to bed. Yeah and then. I've got like a little bit of time to write and meditate. Do stuff like that. I'm so i'm not good at nights. I have to early mornings near some reason. That's like my thing nighttime. I'm like unless i go out with. It's time to party out of the house or something. My perfect would be sleeping in the middle of the day. that'd be the ideal it's like. It's jealous i. It doesn't work because we talked about this. This would be the best but it doesn't seem like a reality when you you have to work with other people but if i could sleep from eleven to two or three and then be up early morning. Nba up late at night man of great because i love the mornings and then the evening rolls around and i just keep going but then i get into nasty trap where i just feel funny. Stay up too late. Oh it's really easy for me to stay up late. if. I don't set a hard time for for bedtime for me. You know and make it really part of my schedule easily. Stay up till one in the morning. Oh well all the time. That's cray and i can do stuff like it's a good creative time for me as is the morning. Yeah i didn't. After that night. You might not feel good next morning ducks. But i still wanna get up. It's yeah it's it's. I don't prefer it knowing but either one as long as i. Get in a groove. Yeah we were talking about like I was reading article about lebron james. He of like backs everything out from sleep. So it's like he's like. I have to get this amount asleep. But then he also will always part of his routine is. You'll always have a nap before his game student apps the best but then it's different like if he has like a noon game. He's he's gonna wake up at like six in the morning or whatever he's gonna still going to have like a ten. Am napa wish. I could. I wish i could take a little or something in the middle of the day. Like door yeah i. I'm feeling i'm feeling that. Uh naps for me or like key. If i could have like a five to ten workday five. Am ten am workday and then pretty much nothing. And then i could. You have like a hot round from like probably five to seven. I could get hot again. But it's only it's a certain kind of hot like it's yeah and then and then like in the summertime then it'd be like do some exercise right after that from like seven and nine when it goes down like exercise son like right before sundown as i. It's like one of the best times for me. I mean basketball kind of anytime. But like if i'm going to actually like all around it fits the best like from five dark that time for me. Maybe the best of us the three of us set. Maybe being able to take a nap. The gab do well. It's because i'll tell thrown a meditation and then i'll do the meditation and then just continue it on and set like a twenty minute power nap time like a total of forty and it'll it'll work but yeah jelly certain people though dude. I mean it's all different mindsets way. My burn. My brain.

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"chuck" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat & Cloud

Coffee Podcast by Cat & Cloud

08:48 min | 1 year ago

"chuck" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat & Cloud

"I felt for a long time. 'cause you're someone who has a lot of insider knowledge and some very specific things to that you have a ton of potential to share more things with a world in all capacities too. I appreciate that man. Yeah i mean you guys see me struggle like last year a lot with yeah just with like Like health difficulties and seen. Yeah see me Like really low points. That kind of really sparked for me like man. How do i be how to create a more a positive environment for myself. How do i create a more intentional environment for myself. And how do i start doing the things that i really wanna be doing versus. Maybe just kind of like drifting through and not to say drifting every day. But like i'm the kind of person that will go super hard whatever's in front of me right it's like and that's like my core operating system right is like when i was a little kid. I was in super competitive sports like all through school. And then i saw school is like a competition so i'd like to be really competitive at school and college and then like fucking what's more competitive than like our job on wall street and work in like fucking twelve or fourteen hours a day where literally people competing against each other for money an information and things like that i like the highest level And then to like burn out right like burn out at that and then even when i can remove myself from that was like cool. I wanna use like my background for something. That's more so fulfilling for me. And i started traveling and working outside of the us and using my background. But then i found myself wanting to go to increasingly more. Dangerous countries considered parole yet. Did right but it's like i'll just go heart like that hard and whatever. I'm trying to be good at working hard enough cool. Let's go travel through europe like only hitchhiking and finding our places a camp and stuff like that. Cool that it's not that hard coolest go to turkey and lebanon. Let's go to the middle east and like see if that's harder and then fucking from there. It's like cool. Let's go to africa. And you know it's really great because you can have like i was able to have a big impact in what i was doing there and i really enjoyed the work but i kept pushing myself into these increasingly more dangerous situations to where i was in south sudan. Not taking care of myself. Weighed like one hundred and forty pounds. Like i'm sure not eating or doing anything good for myself and then you just keep pushing you know. I'm having like learn how to learn about landmines and having weekly security briefings from like militia groups and like she's in the countryside of south sudan where there was like a civil war seven days ago. I was in the country seven days after the end of the civil war. You know working to like we're all working for it. I really believe in but it's just innately. My operating system just keeps pushing harder and harder so for me just needing to dial that back. That's funny did people meet. You probably think your chil- your fucking savvy. Chuck's casual do is like no chuck's out of his fucking mind. Total immunity to the cane. Palacio de was hard going here. I'm winning the malaria lottery. Landmines fucking crazy and then it's like i'm fucking. I'm like upset with myself because where. I got malaria. It's like i had the option to stay in like a nice hotel. Where like there wouldn't be a million mosquitos. What i'm like fucking wasn't enough for you know we're going to stay where all the local people stay in like just fucking million mosquitoes that i'm you know. I'm not not a mosquito resistant. I have not skied of fucking on malaria and had all kinds of you probably like seven malaysia. Like seven you gave you the super team biting right says like we all have some core operating system and it's like for me as recognising. You know that that that was part of it and cool. So how do i like. Dial that back in and be like a healthier me which you're talking about some of the changes. You've seen me make taking that innate thing that you have and focusing on things that are positive and how do you. How do you have help you and not kill you. Yeah right because again you can even then put into work and it's like right. We're we're looking at like you guys talk about like cafe opportunities and stuff like that and things that come up and like again if it's cool. Let's just do it. let's just go. let's do it and let's just push but it's like that's not healthy. Every book is start with eggs everyday. Yeah it is. It's like building in those hab bagel and cream. It used to be so cream cheese for breakfast at three. Yeah no breakfast nolan. it's no water. No water just coffee. And now i have like built a healthier eating style absolutely but the for me i just noticed i have to like i have to find ways for those habits to be built into my day else like everybody i think right. It's like you know a lot of people. I did like like health. Wellness challenge at the beginning of this beginning of this year. And yeah right. It's like most people last like seven to ten days or you can do things that are out of your normal normal routine. And that's what i found with myself but the things that really stuck where things that kind of like i do anyway like like i take a shower everyday so like one of the challenges was like a cold shower like increasing variety puts like cool. I can do that one. Because i show fifty degrees but like i take a shower every day. So it's easy for me to do that. The other ones. it's not a new routine. It's a modification of an existing pattern out. You're not like creating something new but it's like if you really want to be intentional about what you're doing and actually change things you have to turn them into habits and make time for them into that brushing your teeth. Kind of vibe. Yeah totally that's awesome. Did water pick rod. You look awesome. Thanks look great. You look like a train wreck. Six months ago bad. I felt that i was like fuck is working. Okay now you've been working on it putting in more work now than i've ever seen you put in for yourself. Yeah you've always put it in other places but for yourself. It's it shows two things you gotta turn on jumper to prove it yet on the court. Yeah yeah totally. Try swimming in the ocean surf and more. Yeah you and jen. Both were getting the ocean together Yeah yeah because even like outside of work stuff like we've had a rough couple of years Like i've got a daughter that just turned two but then like from when she was born until like a year later jin had postpartum depression and anxiety and that was really hard for her and then for me to support her and see her going through. That is really hard so yeah definitely some rough everybody has rough patches right so in rough things to deal with in life so this is kind of like how you think about them. Respond to them. And i'm trying to respond to them in a more positive way than i did in the past you are you can tell you. I think that's pretty cool today by your domain yet. Or what i do as why i like to see if they got the i domain also one domain to rule them all. Yeah because yeah. Because i was looking at your website. Real correspondent dot com. Everybody and i joke about it and it's funny. We throw it out there. But i the blog that i write there every week and then newsletters like my favorite project right now. Do you have any way of knowing how many people interact with it. I mean i can see how many people are on the newsletter. But i don't keep track of clicks or google. Analytic i don. I don't look at any of the website Stats or whatever. So i don't know jared hot chicken website hot chicken dot com who thought don't have mad webs dot com. I don't have.

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"chuck" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat & Cloud

Coffee Podcast by Cat & Cloud

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"chuck" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat & Cloud

"All the stages along the way can lead to you. Which manifested for me. Where i kind of woke up one day and i'm like damn i'm really don't feel like myself much of the time. I don't feel like who i'm supposed to be. And i'm not feeling the joy of all of the things that i used to feel which sucks which sucks right geno like man. I don't ever remember. Point where i just became bombed or sad or complacent or accepted that there wasn't a possibility for these new exciting things. And it's not like i'm not it's not like i'm not doing anything the whole time right. That's the weirdest thing about it reflecting on it is you have these people who are in. You both probably fall into the same category. Not that we have the same struggles or anything. But it's like you're like this really high functioning incredibly productive person but something's not quite right where it's like okay. Cool yeah i feel this way but amidst all of that we've been able to create this organization in start this business and that's been a catalyst for a lot of it too because once you know once you go into business i mean jeez. Talk about pressures. Now you're the boss now your business owner and a business owners look a certain way they act a certain way. They talk a certain way they interact with their team in a certain way. There's a cultural for what it means to be a business owner. And that i think amplified a lot of the things that i was struggling with. Because none of those things lined up with with me or my specific strengths or my way of communicating or connecting with people. So just in. The past year has been more i opening than any where i've been feeling more empowered and just kind of trying things out and going out on a limb to be like okay. What's the way that i would do this. Or what's the way that i would think about this. Go about connecting go about leading coaching and leading and forget what everybody else says you know still being learned from other people. But what's my own style. And in that i've i've been able to find a lot of joy so you know the story arc is you. You are who you are you use it for the sake of other people on society and at some point there can be this. This almost rediscovery rediscovering. What's in yourself. And that's why i draw that picture that's usually they're not sorry of the it's coming back the heart and the brain. That's like those two things. It's like the internal struggle that we all feel. Your hearts really pure wants to do things in a certain way and your brains rationalizing everything and your brains hyper aware of everything. That's like off kilter and you know i my thesis synopsis. Is that these two things that seem like. They're struggling against each other. Actually the most powerful when they're working together to where it's not like the brain leads the heart or the heart leads the brain. But it's like the heart knows. What is intuitively good and it has to work with the brain to figure out how to do those things in the best way because the brains a learning machine riot. We can't just be who we were when we were ten. Like there's other things we've learned so much so it's how to put that to use in a way that works with you. So that's kind of the those. Are the things that i'm unpacking. Which i think you know. I love kids books. I feel like that lives perfectly in like vision of a children's books. That's like some of my favorite books like Alexander terrible horrible. No good very bad day. You know of course where the wild things are. This is something that would be more longer than that same kind of format. We've got a big chunk of words and you know picture on every page like some of those richard. Scary books are kind of in that in that zone and pickle mobile but yeah it is for. It's for adults or young adults to adults whose kind of coming of age and his starting the inklings of having these feelings because these things start to creep out up you know you can feel him in junior high high school like right when you're starting to get on that. Ooh i'm really aware of who i am. And there's all these different groups. And where do i fit in. You know you start categorizing yourself cook wearing flannel yourself right. Yeah what am i gonna do. I don't really feel comfortable in this moment. So the goal is to create something that you know you can pick up. It's not a long. It wouldn't be a long read but you could read it every time you dip in you can kind of get a boost or it's a reminder of to look at things through your own perspective into honor honor that little voice inside of you. That's always talk to you. That's so easy to ignore because of many reasons and that kind of ties into what you're talking about too because one of those things that will teach it ignore their own. Inner voice is your phone like being on social media all the time constantly scrolling through not only just seeing what other people are seeing and comparing yourself to those other people but just like burning through time and energy for no for no good reason. Yeah yeah it's just like Yours kind of drifting like. You're not intentionally like spending your time on something that you probably want to be doing. Like i think people would be. You know i've seen it myself like like the example is like people like what do you do in the morning. Like i've worked on developing a morning ritual and like an evening ritual. I know you have a morning ritual you morning ritual like some people morning originals like they wake up and they immediately like turn on their phone and start checking ling. Instagram or social media. And that's like the first thirty minutes of the day. And what kind of thoughts and ideas does that put into your mind. When you're starting the day versus waking up and riding or or meditating or doing like some physical activity like doing pushups or or just anything to get your body moving your brain moving. Set you up for like a like. What's your intention for the day. Like just setting you up for like to be in a really good place. In contrast that versus the person that wakes up in turns on their phone and look social media for the first thirty minutes. I think this first person is gonna just be way more fulfilled in what they're doing. Yeah it's something about passive versus active taking control of your day. Your day is determined. You set your set the course of your day and it's determined by by you know passive engagement in your life. Or what are you doing when you open your phone in the morning. You're you're not doing anything. You're just kind of Just gonna see what's going on. There's no real purpose. If you start your day with a purpose it just feels so good. And what kind of thoughts is that creating in your mind. Like i mean i'm going to say like usually they're probably not great just comparing to like these little snapshots or whatever like what everyone else is doing. And i don't think that's like a really positive way for your mind. Wake up either you. I mean i think that goes for the news and everything else is well. Yeah even reading the newspaper accounts to me in that same genre. It's negative it's all. Everything related is seldom positive. These days which is a bummer. Yes so it's like. I don't watch news right. It's like i make get like one email The now pity nasdaq aussie market. It's not a thing to transfer up dow jones news. You know what like bitcoin all day coin does cloud give my email from derek zibo. Maybe it's one day that like highlights some of like the things going on in the world just to know the it'll be informed but not be emotionally affected by all the negative news that like the companies..

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"chuck" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat & Cloud

Coffee Podcast by Cat & Cloud

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"chuck" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat & Cloud

"I feel like we have a rare opportunity. Right now with the chuck. I got so many questions for you. My first question is are we going to make this a regular thing. Well first of all. Thanks for having me yet. either for regular regular segment. Do the weather alerts feel like it. Fits into your vision for the year. Charles has zoom zoom less content and create more totally consume less content create more. Yeah that's that's kind of what. I'm pushing towards right now. Where does that come from. Took is probably me and from like other people. I see just being so attached to your phone and and and just in these different groups i mean it's like i see so many people like what what are they getting out of it and a lot of times. It just seems like it's a lot almost like a more negative impact on them then positive inside a reflecting on that for myself and for sure like like in any form social media I've just been trying to reduce just because like what is it really giving me versus like when you create something and put it out there you know. It's like a really into like growth in service and it's like through creating your own content you can. You can actually be affecting people in a positive way and so that's kind of. It's kind of like where it came from and like the focus of it do you Do you have a specific lane or things that you wanna create. Yeah totally so you gotta you gotta wide field of expertise. Girth weber birth a wide natural birth coming down the canal feedback. Shot jin jack. I'll do it all the birthing. Only one home birth one hospital Yeah i mean we were talking about the other day right. It's like i've been wanting to do more writing. It's i've neglected for the last few years. But like i think just just wanting to put down ideas on the page and get back into more writing. So i think there's you know i'm working. I have a friend of mine. Who's like kind of my writing coach right now and kind of like my editor and like we're gonna work on writing. Some articles put together an almost with the goal of like. I would love you know. Some people like always have news resolutions or like goals at the beginning of the year. It's kind of like one of those things. I write down for the past three years of. I want to start writing a book and it's one of those things that never happens right because you get caught up in the day to day and like you know that that's the project that takes like intentionally planning and all kinds of shit that you need the lineup. so Yeah just recently. The beginning of this year i really making that a priority and kind of putting in place. The plan to to start doing so. Hopefully just start with some of these essays and like You that can kind of gather over time that could potentially move into Like a fuller format book. Do you think that you're writing is going to be because you talked about like the modern rite of passage idea. Do you think you'll focus on that or are you going to write about coffee and finance and all that stuff too or yet. So that's why your article as i've been talking with my friend about it like that's where i think. I think i had like three three books over like ten years. Something i really wanted to focus on and just to really make each each booker like even essays and things like that just to really focus in on them and not try to do too much Because even as i've started writing. I started writing an article just about like reflections. Reflexions during the pandemic was kind of like the idea. The article and i noticed i wouldn't like three different directions. And so then getting feedback from my friends. You know she's like you know it's really. This is like three articles right. So i think it's like bringing that focus into it. Where like you know. I think i'm really excited about the idea of like a book that like. I wish someone gave me when i was twenty four right. It's like what i've learned from then to now That i wish. I'd known when i was twenty and like there's so many different of life for all kinds of people and you're like oh shit like to fucked up like so many times here here and here like i just think that we all have something to share. And it's like that'd be really cool to like share. Some of those lessons learned over time. That could help other people not make the same mistakes you did. Yeah it's like you're writing to you in the past. Yeah dear me dear and turn it around and ask you what. let your writing about. I mean i'm on this kick. Obviously i've been writing every week on the blog or whatever. Hey subscribe to the blog bro. Lincoln bio but yeah. I've been writing a lot about the idea of rediscovery and through this process of life that we all go through like right when we're kids. We start off super innocent. I feel like kids. Like i love being around kids because you seem to believe that anything is possible right. Kids have no fucking limits. Kids are also not tainted by all the things that society throws at them. They're not burned out yet. Which is why. A lot of people love being around kids. You watch kids play like they're totally in the moment. They're not worried about what other people are thinking about them. Like all those things come with age so you have who you are at your core which is just a pure expression of you. It's imprinted at a pretty early age. And then you know life goes on and unintentionally at least this is my experience we end up making compromises in who we are for other people or for for other things so some of those compromises might be to be accepted in school or to fit into a bigger group or to hang with the cool kids are like all the other people are doing this. So i think. I need to do that too. If i need to be accepted we make compromises in our work. You know it's not super common. That people get to exercise their strengths as much as they could replace like a lot of the workplace for people. Is you show up to work it. Hey this is what you do. And if you don't wanna do that fuck off and i don't care about anything else and while i totally can resonate with. There's always a job to do. There's different ways about you know creating an environment that feels like you can show up and do what you need to deal.

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"chuck" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"chuck" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"You. You take this. said. So fiction. What is it What is it good for There's a quote which is it rehashed from other things, but David Foster Wallace applies it To fiction specifically said good fictions job is to comfort the disturbed in disturbed, the comfortable way thing about that. I. Don't hate it. I mean there's. An aspect fiction that can be escapist, and there is an aspect of fiction which is the opposite which brings you closer to the type of thing you're trying to keep, and then there's a really. Almost masterful form, and it's something that genre is very good at. When, in the right hands is something that feels escapist, but it's really talking about the exact thing. You're trying to escape from so somehow giving you. Contrary both of those things at the same time, and that's really the I think the maximum power fiction is to. Both give you entertainment, but then Austin make you think and feel things at the same time. Yeah, I like that. Do you have a book that you remember? That was like a large comfort to you and certain time. Comfort Comfort to me. I mean that could that could be. It just gave me an escape from something horrible. I read before I was really reading books I was reading. Comic Strips Comic books by the I was reading Bloom County in Calvin and Hobbes and farce on those were my earliest escape. 'cause they were sort of really absurd and deranged in a wonderful way, but I also feel with something like Calvin and Hobbes county. And far really all of them. There were some sort of deep squarely truths buried in there. They were they were not. Young, Calvin and Hobbes especially sometimes really stared down the barrel of like sure he's a kid imagining all kinds of in saint stock, but. There's some there's some rich. Loam soil kind of going on in strips so. Definitely, those were things that were comforting in escapist to me, but that even looking back now you're like Oh. There was a lot going on. Those. Three panels than you imagined. Yeah I used to. My Dad gave me he had this far side and Calvin Hobbs then it was. A recently tried to. Had A couple books stored away. I tried to get my kids into one of them like that. Yeah I don't know. Hasn't gone there yet I I I really liked him, but I really liked them especially, because like my dad gave them to me and it was like a shared. Shared thing what about a book that has afflicted you in that way? That's kind of brought something baron you that that. You wouldn't. saw otherwise, maybe. Looking at upsetting. Disturb the comfortable. Yeah, yeah, like Oh man. Didn't I hadn't thought about that and I'd probably need to. Yes the early works poppy bright. Pretty fantastic. There's a novel. That she wrote the now he's billy billy, Martin. An avocado exquisite corpse, which is just A. Grisly, Disturbing. Syria Gay serial killer book and a dislike, the gory sloppiest Viscera, but beautiful in its pros and really..

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"chuck" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"chuck" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"And then there's how many that didn't make it into the candidate, the core cannon. and. You know revelation as an view it as something. That's quote unquote revelatory to the apocalypse that you could view it as a subversive from someone Trenton and island, who had very strong opinions about his current time and not. Coating to our time, so there's so many to miss. All of that is to miss. All of it I mean it's not strange, but you're missing the point. Yeah, you're like really just like these are truths. These facts not not even treats, but fats details that must be true for everything to work in. Reality just doesn't work. And then it causes a bunch of cognitive dissonance. When part of you knows that that's not all. Staying together. It's not all saying the same thing like you can see that, but you have to figure out a way to believe that it does and it. I did not enjoy the. Top One, yeah, so it's been a long time trying to put the pieces together and realize that this may be the wrong way to look at this whole thing. I also thought it was interesting though that. There is something of the spirit of like. Going beyond the creator or something, where like Lucas himself, who's basically? God Star Wars like gets pushed back right when he does stuff in the prequels or something that you're like no like this wouldn't be the thing and I feel like there's something in that spirit. Not that you? It's like look. He's making thing. He's GonNa. Make the thing and you can disagree with that, but like I, don't know there's. There's something good in that impulse I think to be like. Man I think I think. Even though you created this thing like you're missing something. Maybe like a textual. Boy and it's interesting to watch the fandom sort of complex relationship with him. Because initially it started out. Obviously, he's a genius for creating. Star Wars prequels and ease likewise jerk recreating star wars. Then he changed the original films, and then some people love those something paid them, and you shouldn't mess with perfection, but even though it's his thing, domes- with and then. Too? They hated him for a long time. Then he sort of killed stars for awhile in the sense that it was just he didn't WanNa. Make movie since they were mad at him for that, but then. He sold them to Disney and Disney did their own thing, but now he's to some people. Georgia's sort of saint again like he's been canonized his own. Sainthood and you can't now. How dare you do differently? Even though a lot of the stuff, they're mad about the new new movies this stuff it. He planted seeds in any way and was like well. He supports it and it's just a strange people's relationships to that sort of author. Alter effect is kind of fascinating, sometimes at a great way, sometimes in a really weird way. I feel that I mean it's a fascinating case study, because it's such a huge phenomenon, and it spanned over like multiple people's lives times now and so you have different generations interacting about it and. It's all sorts of weird I've come to. Appreciate. Some stuff about the prequels that I didn't earlier like I think the. The story arc of the the way that democracy is a bird, and all that is actually really interesting and right on this very sharp. How she predicted. Yeah, some of that stuff like the politics are surprisingly good. Yeah, it's just Kinda the rest of it, that's. I think had not directed. It might have gone a lot better murder. Apparently he tried to get other people directed and everyone was like. No, you do a buddy. So.

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"chuck" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"chuck" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"World via nuclear war, but then this like sort of devil, like figure rises up and begins to. CAUSE HAVOC has developed figures are to and I. Thought I just didn't know. You know I mean, we were in the middle of nuclear panic back going back to that whole. Sickness molesters. Obviously a core component to that and reading the book was fascinating, because taught me a lot of like I didn't know. When I was a kid I didn't know that we had all these secret. Launch tubes in buried under cornfields in the Midwest and turned out to be true. Back, now they're selling those things for. You, know rich people as like apocalypse bunkers just. Ironic and and disturbing in equal measure. So just sort of learning about all of the things that happen to people after exposure to radiation and walking goes phase, and all that stuff was sort of sort of grotesque to learn as a A. preteen or teenager. But it was cool. I, it's like you know sort of way that help you can. Text is all the strange terrible things in the world. So that's facts, but then truth is. Probably. The hitchhiker's guide to county. just because it's such. I mean it's obviously a completely made up fake satire type of book. About you know Galactic Shenanigans, but there's so much truth to the the absurdity of life and existence and bureaucracy. and. You know just the sort of little rituals we have from whether it's a computer program or making T. I just thought there were a lot of weird little truths in those books. As the books went on, they became a little more overtly philosophical. Not, always to their. Success, but always to make I mean it was interesting. The and of took these you know simple things and made them bigger yet. It ends up I think. Engaging people in. Questions that you know they might not have found their way to any other way, right? Exactly There's an emerson quote, says Fiction reveals truth that reality obscures which I like because I think..

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