18 Burst results for "Cizek"
"cizek" Discussed on The Spivey Special Podcast
"Save cap room. I told the spivey's i think they're going to trade for nichols is their backup. I don't know how that works or where he is or if they can afford the cabin of maybe they cannot cams gone just so they don't have to play in the super bowl. Yeah cizek bill bill. Check like four dimensional jess move guys playing a different game. Everyone else was playing checkers How many games do you think the pet's gonna win eleven eleven six. Yeah now eleven Levin insects him. Seventeen games to season. Now i'm gonna threesome crazy. That gilmore injury kinda threw off my prediction. But i still think they got all those six guys that opted out last year back they added you don on defense mack. Jones is a better thrower. They added two tight ends. Abrasive playing that grunk aaron hernandez game. They're not quite as talented as those two. But it's the same type of offense. And i think that's going to be difficult to stop as we get into our division winners. I have all the odds for each team to win the division. It's some fomer. Like i might throw some money down on them to win the super bowl that makes sense who the favorites are but recommend the division winners. I'm like that don't make no sense. They're pretty close. Some of the sites that i saw were a little bit off a little exaggerated from that will move into picks. I have here but before we get into our picture for this year. We're gonna go down memory lane. We have now been doing the podcast for over two years. Which is now. This is the third year that we've made our picks. I didn't pull up the picks from the first one because you couldn't get it on oreo. Yeah when you like a rotary phone or some some sort of shenanigans. In order to get it back we're gonna go with our picks from last year. We made a bet you remember the bet from last year. Try to buy one. You had to like lose thirty pounds. No it was energy. Drink that but it wasn't. We bet affect guys dozen which we decided was fourteen energy drinks. Absolutely who picked the most division winners. You did end up winning. So i do. Fourteen energy drinks mino you elaine. Yoma like eight so we'll just call it six eight. What he just throwing numbers around. I owe you one and then a six pack of zee on your fourteenth field goal kick. It was the fourth one and you didn't have to give me the extra chance for the kids. All right so you went four for eight. I went and three for eight last year. Pretty know if you guys are watching and listening to the show for pick..
"cizek" Discussed on Your Own Pay
"We did a couple of shows with with tower power and i think it was in warwick rhode island government place. I did it with the hall group now. So did it with power power nanno man role. Give somebody else a chance to talk to you. Best amount of thank you right. We do not have any other questions at this time. If you have any questions please feel free to raise your hands. All or option on mac star nine on telephone and under the more tab on smartphones. We wore out the phone lines. That's what it was. Yeah definitely definitely so paul. Where are you going from here. I know that you're say you're just get started as long as you say that. I'll take your word for it. So that must mean that. You've got a lot more to do rather than a lot more june. Of course we have didn't talk about the new single that came out last week. And it's on. Dr steve kuka. Now they call him the hunky doctor from tower power Records and the name of the is. Let's make an arrangement as well as that's the name of the record to the actual album. They don't call albums sitting cd's whatever and then another one called the rules. Don't apply to you so you guys can find them. Check it out. They sound amazing. I've done work with mr buzi collins that they call him the great funkier. Just there's an old is revamp of a tune called a let me call you sweetheart so i do. What's called l. Size so i changed it all around and I was honored to have that out. It's out as a single so you guys soon after that. This is a whole bunch of thing that you can check out like. I said Revival the movie came out last year. You can check out. 'cause i'm also in the movie and also heavy entitled tracks so just so many things will be posting some new things coming soon. You watch out and see this. Your website ellis my website. Physical website is ls. Haw dot com. But if you do else hall music. I have instagram twitter facebook and a couple of years ago. I would know facebook unless you even our fellow over. But i'm learning slowly to get whatever and i'm still standing elton john. Nineteen eighty-three still stern delegates race. what is ella. Cizek you of arouse mike off city. Anyway ellis icy is changing things around. From what the song used to be like changing the style changing style because even if you're sitting shower they people you love show. Then you a saints are gonna work. I find if you will the just sing. Something simple lights. That changed the way. I've done something like that before. Because i think is well well. That's what we do. That's what we have to do. You know it's interesting 'cause you may never heard. His name is names lease flower he played bass for james taylor years and every once in a while still does and one of the song he asked me to do. Wanna james's songs. 'cause we were doing songs that just show different artists in our own life so i did just yesterday mon. They let me know you were susan. The plans amid fired off. You know that kind of five and he said it made him cry. Well what you definitely are talented. That is for sure. Music is phenomenal. Definitely i'm looking forward to playing it while looking for to me you in person and seeing you again bob yet as far as i know. Ls we've met twice once in seventy one once it. Oh six well. It's time for god's sake after work on that now we will. We've alad no because again talking with some other people coming back into the symphony so when it will put out the word over your show. Sunny come to phoenix i. Can we eat off phoenix. I love hanging out. Genius and i did the tucson symphony. We haven't done finished yet. But we did the tucson in wisconsin people there about six thousand people elyssa. You'll familiar with tom sullivan. Are you kidding. Tom and i talk pretty much every other week. Or every week He's brilliant. And i play bass for him. In some of the local clubs back in the sixties doing these days well even during the pandemic. He writes a lot of books brother. Of course he had the explosion with the. I think it was called a secret. See what i hear or whatever. You can see what i hear. Yeah yeah. that was. His first huge breakout book but he's never slowed down since then he's done a lot of records here near and he's kinda his own version of johnny mathis. That's the only way to describe it. 'cause he has that voice quality. Yeah but he's doing great he and his wife patti there out in california. I think yes they are. Yes they are and You know california where they have the permanent tan hot sun. It was a hot bird. china will. It's always summer here with your spare time. Ellis i mean we know that you have a life and so you must do other things. Oh god yes. It's always kind of combined with nick. But i end up watching you know when i can't some television shows just relaxing my mind. Eventually i will be writing a book about some other things over the years positive things that i've seen and when i first got started seriously playing close sometimes play seven nights a week seven cents a night even though i had school in. You know all kinds of crazy stuff. I saw and all kinds of stuff that we try to drag you easily another place. You didn't want to go. So i did my best to avoid that and thank god i had to string from my mom and my pops to say no. Don't go down that road you might fall down and if you do fall down you gotta learn how to get up and get out. Do we have any calls at this time. We have another two or three minutes of the show. Not at this moment All right celebrated thank you so so then i do want to invite you on my show but i just email allah Layout out. I wanna i wanna call her. Leyla 'cause my phone pronounces her name. Is layla know that. But yet l. E. g. h. a. La lay hawaiian lei. Allah is in case after the song by eric clapton. No no. it's not all right. I'll have to send her an email. I still have it. Because he sent it to her. The same.
"cizek" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
"A. wants to sell you blend. We'd be grudgingly allow. It's a very special day. a fundraiser. For the inner city rose as what the white sold out here. there's plenty of land whites only vineyard. The near caps need not apply. You fucking filthy. Filthy kimber lows. You heavy era. Let's oh best fake. Id hold on his problem. I'll shut it down all right. Get shut the folk there. It's it's Yeah it'll never end to To when i told you one son that i remembered him as a kid kicking the other son baby. You should see this. like nice. remember always cool. He would walk in circles waiting for his mom and dad to not look. I was looking the whole time. Why you walking in circles around the baby on the floor and then as soon as we look away he would just kick in a little bit kick. Yeah and then like we'll go didn't get a cry the first time to keep walking and then kicked again as. Oh my god only on. Yeah i was like mother evil motherfucker. What's happening here. I can't believe he calmed down a lot. I know he's much more chill now wants to work fucking The two of them he does it too. When you're not looking. He sees you know looking at the sorts music. Yeah whipping up. Yeah oh you're thick. Id yes you're rich correo. That's so your name was who was it straight. Like go to a guy who makes no bonus because i was a freshman in college nurse and and my one of my quad. Inmates was a super-senior and he like he went so he went to Community college for two years. Like maybe three and then went to college so he was twenty one. He just turned twenty one so he was like. I'll give you. i'll i'll give you my license. I'll get a new one. So i used his license for basically the entire college. Wow and then they close close enough enough arms. Like whatever and i would i would go to atlantic city. I won money. And i was used it. Because he had to be twenty one back down to the casino shit and they were like. Oh my hoping to win too much. Check out then. I went to the casinos in upstate. New york and i did the same thing as i left. I realized she was a teen. Could just use my own. I i love the stories of people coming in finally when they turn. Twenty one at the bars of college has been going through the whole time. And it's like you're not stephen named bill. Yeah you know cizek know what what what is that. It hit like you mother. It's over now. That's my real. Id dude i used to have. When i worked at a bar. The dumbest people would be like. They had the fake. Id you newest. Fake like what's the what's your middle name. It would be like it begins with h like what what come on the question. What age because i've got that information front me to. You should have the rest of the information that i don't have a see what's always starts with the deal. Okay great used to be able to chaucer. What's your What's your Sign aquarius and unites her Oh if they would ask. Yeah but but the problem is. I don't know the birth signs. You don't know your birth sign. I know mine. But i don't know like everyone else i know that's why they would ask you..
"cizek" Discussed on ChupaCast
"Okay to leak walk. We did back out. Pass along us. Prefer study job bed so miserable of dodge inequity do okada. Jim under entergy douzaine skies our partner with qatar. The other states three vaccaro follow abo- socials have been a main to her new sakata. Me don't discount you way to precipitate months and punish the punish v magic to follow also was never three syncopal on the was implicated to silly. I you have to serve us miso. She was a cheap are into big week or else. Forget them beyond reach as wanna know. Invention words history kata iii knowing cattle poker mummy cizek limited stores. Because each of your second problem. I gonna phone throughout the near. Power seem to make up wien shaded cheese joe all. They had him on winning this event if they also been as low carbon the care vinca feldman acupuncture. She's triple and safe. It is vodka now nutritional. His still stuck you. Follow on you gotta know vein into to the scarf on on billions on oversaw relieves. Macomer seen carreno silkier reach model border. Risk you wanna mode either yellow from lubavitch critical that you mentioned too little Budgie rate among the review steno mississippi mighty new car gotta check. I got goes with it raises. You discussed idle thread eighty percents known. I was vice cinema. Lame i admit it from the guy who got a philosophy of usa. Don't test on you know. Bail where to put up the door. Free monarchy madder than i appreciate. Bliss isn't that singapore franchise could have you seen on the caudron dakota quadrant towards intrigue. Seifert are so does jessica gasifier tash being stigmatised interview stuck. According to dr alana. I say lie. I owe to allow the salah super cones. I've got no quantum dots caputo cho fleet of sydney apple. Cornutus you know. Would you about hose. Missiles think they'll move it copy isn skis only said boy display dying sipping seemed to sit by three notes from david letterman. They gotta pay to him Dot all sync debut cut off. Follow mccoy's not as a second. Pardon me thinking. The budget outlook tough questions. I'd the kind of agent singer known each on each came up with each to invite her name. Stuck with a at teacher will be mad thanking sakonnet that document optimizing came from isaiah. Mccoy is the seat hospital. Allows you komo comfy. Todd studies throw new. Pgp opening a sippy kid. Not dent demeanor allowed to stop over in the such an a-plus them nassir. Yeah eight hundred. Eighty my school. I think is odd that yes so. I am ancient. Did you up. But i come kazu. Hundred the other coon game. Uk-us story i suppose a daily combat being all fuzzy goma quiz. This ain't ellison wrote the percentages show. House say philemon bugaboo. Cows anywhere side of if was soc muscular show specific levels so screens. No no less body is now. no no. don't know see four senior. Show us aseel filthy mouth full. This say betsy. sii mill. shaw. Got a to seal settled him on that album. Big echo blame. Then it's just you will joshua asking pickup the neka a mitsubishi convey my sis shingle archer husky module. Moore's disposition hit. That won't last shah my job. Muslim sip gear muskie hopkins. Musk sergei bills passer. Vj such missiles. But i don west cena.
"cizek" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo
"This is on guenter. Oud modell's are simply Albuquerque assembled other wrinkle segment dr unique site that supports so and we bought us fuzzier school years dilemma. Do settlement that boston voice. It goes in dorsey size Cuisine fisher ass really knows this thing. Get your audience was billed for lag as a luminous the inch followed. He's gonna be there for the bell. School may at least your puzzle. He's poised you lab said this if simply authored activist you know. We. fazila hosea. Amar amar say the same thing as blue shorts doing allowed us oi peacock is still stadium if he casts a force restaurants. This one is gonna say the syfy cars Supposed yeah either poor view ninety one of his is your valya bizzare demise. She loves the lucky car. Feuchy only school is now my see allowed to kick. It appears zile demise. They're elvi- or secondary pfizer wrestlemania. Worst worser his volume. The who's brasi cordless. Yeah debiting carcasses started to cohere his new school momoa right. They will use it to be poking at least a sewer. They was heavier. la-z-boys lives local. Peer candidacies zone. Says practical lot buddy. We'll just do what. Threes sluggy dental. The school at imperial stemp is thorsten penalties galactica. Don't pull ups sick was a bs. The sink was a seamless go. He gained muscle now with a symbolic was a practice. When we start with your pickle if he they must have do a scoreless for ups kiko go. You kicked up their volley to keep pairs. Schumer basin study future taco foods. That back this cicero more policy now is allowed like ye volumes. You're so mean mathematica z. Gazal promptly at least unless died. Bill will you came is important. This this way must out the mind the practical. You must sean. Our she'll come any open As the main was his phone sidewalks gets voice brats. 'cause the vic- deploys throw pillow pillows. Assist don't think visually is my seamus. If i might ask wasn't a few system but the mud is only shot of you will deliver ek suicidal bombers. This is on the this is not this is on it. You know a stimulus. Kamari this zone tomorrow this is. This is a mobile mainichi. Ill mice gecas apple to be able to set this zone with complex a dvd. This is only tap man getting on the door now except the loose sponsors and keo zada folks. Fifty seven show was so bad for him to may june pacifies. You've been asking for your other devices. Defied guy from there with thrust back it has entered ten thousand more. Soya is as did they the dark. We but i'll look at. This is only leaker. Tomorrow this is yasser equalizing that. He wouldn't vince still mere. Do you ask ability darkness acquaintances. Well then cuma mapa cizek from four hundred plasma part the diversity vote that feels facility this zone like you pick sides so be this zone. Safm immediately daddy. The move moon this moment on this cd quarter battle sports on this is important. You awesome for big in the school yourself. Total momentum so be food beggar. I'm a lot the other on our little sore nose or now globo-cop adobe goal beaming. They will see. Have those to be. So you've each single dollars in mid side is the mean. Catchy seat the amazon by multiple sink compass in Suspect the hoops so a legal sell. Divi seema bela who yes Doppler methane when he has to say that could vehicle to a local funds. It then take some he's school meaningful. Easiest though your boosts f foot there. Buffy bunk by beauty goes salvati. Alina hitler looney shoddy ain't going through i eat. I'm looking on the global sippy. Some identify some soberly fake news that some fellow vaccine appears on that you want or gina. Niveau similar defense. They are for the mouse of bonner in boston. Gasoline lavar sima. I've i've seen blackie show. But i was so pumped once that they go out to to placebo yougov sows limited. Don't got you could ask moonies Knew of us in montano viewpoint. My views dole fiscal year. Nova's that this approach coolio view that this bicycle to school no clear package. You got the lead toward open near goose looniest markets this unit is suppose the guys who show gene but he's also scott. Meal vargas semi was but the etr on our little sore. Our becca is both a positive super needle. Put obama kef said banks who said gee do we'll get on outgained base with said gee do any better dodgy. Fiancee echo pathological kelley. Atv the zoology professor now. Guarding jalen is unique. Is the harvard business review. That gecas paracel being sociology. Do but i ala. Besides you so sad. So jesus alone gouda. i can pat on jeopardy. Their causes seizures. Somebody's mayors moves so but still do soberly so pogue legal yet said as i fall me Humane to elk use shimura at this assessing to do i signal quality dodge mayes important. She his asia god. The checkup bussey dodged a painful. It conscience what a cruciale goes enough.
"cizek" Discussed on AXE TO GRIND PODCAST
"No food tom are you. I'll let you finish. I'm sorry go on. Thank kanye now. They're medicore good fucking okay. They started as a metal core group cizek than they. Because medicore a of what. I think of refused. I think of like rock. Jump up and down rifts. So listen this is where i'm going. They started as an earth crisis clone. And i don't consider earth crisis medical except for the purpose of this conversation. So whatever earth crisis is they are by virtue of the fact that they were just a fucking overseas clone however then they became fucking burton's snow core and that's how they ended their risk at pat. I'd rather be dead than this conversation. Feel that we should do before we end. We should do some new bands angeles. Let me throw some in the. Let me do one while we're because it'll give me time to figure it out. Snap case this is my. This is my point. There's got to be a third category do that. I think i think or metaphor. I think snap case falls into more post hardcore than anything in my opinion. But you want to. Do we do hardcore metal core other for now where you know. Stop cases for me. 'cause they're fucking helmet. Rifts with fucking detail dita over it. Do you want us the names. I'll give it. What god's metaphor troy core. Yeah and i was gonna bring up stigmata but i didn't wanna put myself in a position. You know what. That's fucking tough man. Because god hate to me doesn't sound like the. There's not a lot of metal in those song structures to me. There might be some metal riffs but there's the way that those songs go. I don't consider metal. It's hey breeden outer yeah. That's what i think. I think actually a really assess. I mean that's legitimately what it is. I mean they did an ep. That's like five hatred covers. It's true. I think the the songs role way. Different than both of those bands. Certainly way different than read to me. Maybe a lot of marana medal.
"cizek" Discussed on Rough Translation
"Years of age Richard. . CIZEK always dreamed of being a diplomat brokering agreements and alliances abroad for the United States I have old passport did money for most of his life or Memento worked on Capitol Hill as what he calls a diplomat for God he represented the largest network of Evangelical Christians the National Association of Evangelical the Naet, , and we should just add that while the naet represents a wide swath of Evangelical Christians when we use the term evangelical in this episode, , we're GonNa mean white evangelicals whose politics dynamics are very different from the Black Evangelical Church spotted Senator Hillary. . Clinton is describes his job as being a lobbyist for thirty million evangelicals. . Thank you got floppy blonde hair blue eyes elastic sort of face. . Growing up in the family farm his mom was a Kennedy Democrat and his dad was a Nixon Republican and so I was always the bridge builder the diplomat in college he protested against the Vietnam War but he also signed up for ROTC and when I marched on Saturdays, , my anti-war friends through exodus. . CIZEK enjoyed being the kind of person who could move between worlds listen to both sides. . But he also felt confused about what he believed in, , and so I came home from my third year college to work for college tuition and. . I was invited by a friend to a Baptist Church. . And I heard an alter call. . It didn't know at the time even what an alter call was it actually what is integral <hes> where the preacher, , the evangelist or the pastor says? ? Received Jesus Christ as your person saying if you don't. . You're turning away. . God. . You're saying no. . To the Creator. . In one thousand, , nine, , hundred, , ninety, , two, , when CISIC became an evangelical that did not mean subscribing to one political party voting Republican that would happen by the end of the decade. . More than thirty million Evangelical Christians in America, , we will come you governor Ronald Reagan. . That's INCISA. . Gets a job at the National Association of Evangelical 's It was clear that evangelicals were forced to be reckoned with you know opposing gay rights opposing abortion, , but he wants to do more than the family values. Stuff . imagines an even bigger role for Christians in politics I wrote a letter to the White House suggesting that the president newly elected. . Ronald Reagan. . That he ought to give a major speech on the morality of the Soviet Union and nuclear arms. . And speechwriters at the White House they called me up and they said we like this come meet with US Ladies and gentlemen the President of the United States. . This speech that Reagan gave to size in March of Nineteen ninety-three hue very become one of his most famous. . Those of you win the National Association of Evangelical just going to talk about the issues that Christians are known to care about teenage sex pornography abortion and hard drugs. . They talk about the Cold War Erica has kept alight the torture freedom to words made the speech. . So famous when evil empire because the Soviets. . Evil, , empire the focus of evil in the modern. . World Reagan. . Took something that had not been Christian issue and made it. . One Reagan was challenging the evangelicals not to sit on the sidelines or you pleased chorus I mean this was like a coup on my part. . He was the guy who invited Reagan to speak my credit my street cred with this conservative group that I'd come to work for was established eventually sizing. . Became Vice President for government affairs the and it's evangelical started getting more political power. . This funny thing happened where non-christians would approach Cizek just to get his support on some piece of legislation and seismic was open will join with the youth the dreaded Aclu to pass the prison rape. . Reform Act felt like speaking out on other issues that would actually give evangelical is more clout join with feminist pass. . The trafficking victims. . Protection Act. . And then size, , it gets an invitation did he s think hard about? ? The invitation is to Oxford England for a big conference on global warming. . So your desk to get this invitation you automatically you're sure you WANNA take it. . Is there any doubt? ? No no I I again have to calculate and I ask the chair of the board at the time and she says you shouldn't go. . Because why? ? One. . <hes> skepticism about mainstream science in you know there is this syllogism. . Scientists believe. . In climate change scientists believe in evolution. . So. . We don't believe
The Loneliness Of The Climate Change Christian
"Years of age Richard. CIZEK always dreamed of being a diplomat brokering agreements and alliances abroad for the United States I have old passport did money for most of his life or Memento worked on Capitol Hill as what he calls a diplomat for God he represented the largest network of Evangelical Christians the National Association of Evangelical the Naet, and we should just add that while the naet represents a wide swath of Evangelical Christians when we use the term evangelical in this episode, we're GonNa mean white evangelicals whose politics dynamics are very different from the Black Evangelical Church spotted Senator Hillary. Clinton is describes his job as being a lobbyist for thirty million evangelicals. Thank you got floppy blonde hair blue eyes elastic sort of face. Growing up in the family farm his mom was a Kennedy Democrat and his dad was a Nixon Republican and so I was always the bridge builder the diplomat in college he protested against the Vietnam War but he also signed up for ROTC and when I marched on Saturdays, my anti-war friends through exodus. CIZEK enjoyed being the kind of person who could move between worlds listen to both sides. But he also felt confused about what he believed in, and so I came home from my third year college to work for college tuition and. I was invited by a friend to a Baptist Church. And I heard an alter call. It didn't know at the time even what an alter call was it actually what is integral where the preacher, the evangelist or the pastor says? Received Jesus Christ as your person saying if you don't. You're turning away. God. You're saying no. To the Creator. In one thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, two, when CISIC became an evangelical that did not mean subscribing to one political party voting Republican that would happen by the end of the decade. More than thirty million Evangelical Christians in America, we will come you governor Ronald Reagan. That's INCISA. Gets a job at the National Association of Evangelical 's It was clear that evangelicals were forced to be reckoned with you know opposing gay rights opposing abortion, but he wants to do more than the family values. Stuff imagines an even bigger role for Christians in politics I wrote a letter to the White House suggesting that the president newly elected. Ronald Reagan. That he ought to give a major speech on the morality of the Soviet Union and nuclear arms. And speechwriters at the White House they called me up and they said we like this come meet with US Ladies and gentlemen the President of the United States. This speech that Reagan gave to size in March of Nineteen ninety-three hue very become one of his most famous. Those of you win the National Association of Evangelical just going to talk about the issues that Christians are known to care about teenage sex pornography abortion and hard drugs. They talk about the Cold War Erica has kept alight the torture freedom to words made the speech. So famous when evil empire because the Soviets. Evil, empire the focus of evil in the modern. World Reagan. Took something that had not been Christian issue and made it. One Reagan was challenging the evangelicals not to sit on the sidelines or you pleased chorus I mean this was like a coup on my part. He was the guy who invited Reagan to speak my credit my street cred with this conservative group that I'd come to work for was established eventually sizing. Became Vice President for government affairs the and it's evangelical started getting more political power. This funny thing happened where non-christians would approach Cizek just to get his support on some piece of legislation and seismic was open will join with the youth the dreaded Aclu to pass the prison rape. Reform Act felt like speaking out on other issues that would actually give evangelical is more clout join with feminist pass. The trafficking victims. Protection Act. And then size, it gets an invitation did he s think hard about? The invitation is to Oxford England for a big conference on global warming. So your desk to get this invitation you automatically you're sure you WANNA take it. Is there any doubt? No no I I again have to calculate and I ask the chair of the board at the time and she says you shouldn't go. Because why? One. skepticism about mainstream science in you know there is this syllogism. Scientists believe. In climate change scientists believe in evolution. So. We don't believe
"cizek" Discussed on Talking To Change - A Motivational Interviewing podcast
"Is is just. I think so. Valuable because understandably people out there clinicians of all kinds struggle with time and feel pressured in Rushton in might feel really concerned about starting with what the other person knows because it might feel like it would waste time and so Appreciate you sharing that That story as well so at I wonder if we might shift into our discussion for today or at least the somewhat broad some more narrow topic around physical self care and nutrition and maybe. That's as much as I'll say about it and we can start. Katie with you and your work in that area and eventually of course bringing in some the MRI concepts people are learning about on this podcast. Well the idea of self care is definitely not a new one and it comes up for many people in in many different ways. So thanks for this opportunity to to share a little bit about maybe a lens that I look at it in and it lies very much with what are the physical ways that we are supporting ourselves and honing the instrument's if I may is another metaphor for our bodies for what we want to do and be in the world and who we want to help and even in the current climate how we want to protect ourselves nutrition what we eat what we drink how we move in the world and move our body and the rest that we give our body really impact the way that it performs both physically and mentally and think that that really lends itself to intriguing conversation with practitioners and educators. On in the world is an interesting shift that were experiencing here today. Were exploring the relationship that we have with ourselves and the food to be and then ultimately our performance and that can go on a couple of different ways said no one of the things. I'll be curious little I think is. I knew that he can't Ireland. When we're doing China's most people are fed the sauvages at lunchtime and we have this car slump. People WANNA go off to sleep. But it's that idea of taking care of ourselves kitty that practitioners. Who are there with hands-on support and other people achieve potential to the best of a is? It's Hywel Louis including ourselves and the people we take care of them. One of those elements of self care is just nutrition. The food we drank reuse and the exercise we tick and I wonder with. What's your experience and Israel at snapshot that you would suggest until spectators at some of the things for us to consider and preparation for Trenton or for our work with plants in relation to our nutrition. Beauty of your inquiry. Here Glenn and really even thinking about as you think about what your trainees are doing. Is that the more and more. I talk to people about this topic with the frame of their own. Performance is that there's less need for giving information about the what people need to do. That's better for their body or they should do. That's better for their body. And maybe perhaps we're seeing parallels with a a very maybe traditional motivational interviewing conversation wherein facts the Mo. The information is just a tiny bit or. It doesn't need to be there because people are really tuned in to what's what's available around them and perhaps sometimes the conversation is just more about them pausing slowing down in tuning into where that might fit for themselves. You know if specific things that that might be thrown out just in passing. When I'm having the conversation are things like okay. You know so you would. What are you doing the night before a training what are you? What are you thinking about putting into your body then in terms of food and drink? What about you know how arrests might come in movements either before the training in the morning or do you need the during training and checking in with your physical peace of body loosening shoulders moving around and then again like how physically they talk about breakfast as as important meal of the day and that's defined differently for everyone so that's fine by me but it's that thought process of is there a little something that I see as a link that might shift my performance to a level that I I see it improving the experience of those? I'm working with as you're talking about this. Katie it's making me. Think about about two things. I guess are two levels of a relationship and AM I. We often talk about the relationship with our clients or patients and viewing them as the experts of themselves assuming they have knowledge to offer wisdom about their past experience in their current experience in their path forward. And that's a really important part of the relationship that we're trying to build with another person and it almost sounds like you're suggesting the very same thing for ourselves and maybe some awareness of of a couple of different places there one. I places where we might start to kind of go astray. I guess of course being stray is relevant to where you WANNA go. I suppose but also being very aware of what you already know and taking some time to pause and what's going on or think ahead about what the experiences that you're going to have that day whether it's doing a training or having a clinical patients really check in with yourself because it's likely that you know a lot already about what your body needs and how to prepare for the day so a relationship with ourselves as I guess part of what you're describing them. Who certainly this ability to as I mentioned maybe slowdown and tune in to spaces that we might not have thought of before or had time to before or really tapping into the space that we give to other people it is often a layer of of thinking about how maybe as educators trainers practitioners of am. I when we notice clients in patients may be working with that the intensity with which they give of themselves to the people in their lives as caregivers in any sense and the the way that we might use that to help them turn inwards and kind of see the care that they give themselves as beneficial to the individuals. They're caring for. We are really in that space. Also with the the care that we in attention that we give our body to be able to turn outwards and ideally enhanced the the experience a really resonates with the message that has been offered no in response to couvert nineteen. Which is you know. Take care of yourself. You're taking care of the community. Look after yourself look after community and when we spoke to public health may start as well that by taking care of myself. I look after my community but as a world if we are isolated in one or two countries across the world in relation to this than the whole words offers and it sounds like. That's would you describe in that manifestation will be they accustomed to attune and ourselves to our emotional state and advance of a piece of work and Tainton on an emotional level to be empathic through the conversation. But then there's this other element over cells which is our physical health and that idea of self awareness and achievement to my physical wellbeing or my physical state at any given time an is it and balance and what am I doing. It's either knocking on the balance or walking. I began to bring a back on the balance. So it's the interplay between the body maintenance spirit which party we pantaleon are we? More customer won't bet unlike Miller and said I know myself you know as I listen to you that the main in the spirit part of what I do I work awful hard on it but comfort on a physical level so I would comfort you know I would do. Sometimes it would deal with them wishes by the peanut butter and bread and jam. That's my that's my go-to comfort and over the years of in endeavouring to pay attention one. I'm getting bread and jam and butter an awesome question on my hungry or am I responded. An emotional needs CIZEK. That's a piece of work itself. Many of was can be thinking about as do. I need this food. I'm actually really hungry. Or am I responding to another need and another one of the realms of my spirit or my mind so let's put an assessment observation from a kitty and I wonder from your own expense? What is it did you find that has helped you strike the balance across those three realms and away that you find useful well I thank you Glenn for for giving us such a powerful insight in the fact that as individuals and providers and practitioners in the like again. That's not something that I would have been able to give you information on. It really adds a come from from where you were thinking about your bigger picture in your bigger space and allow the concept. Just afloat And and see what came up for you So thank you and you know the vision that I often draw to in these situations of trying to connect all the levels is i. I really admire athletes and in particular. I think a lot about an Olympic athlete who is really sacrificing much for the performance of their instrument the body and in reading. What a lot of them do. It's so interesting to see how much they tune in to all the different levels the spiritual support the mental support in the physical support to to keep them in the best creation of themselves for their performance far from an Olympian myself. It just becomes a really nice way to think. Gosh you know other people really think about these things. To and and even though maybe they're so forward with the physicality the triad other elements are in there that had benefit them so then for people wondering how to apply some of these concepts that we're talking about it seems like a starting point is developing some mechanism of checking in. And that can be afraid that you might use other phrases being mindful or using mindfulness as a as a broader concept of increasing awareness and ability to observe our own experience. Actually glad. I wonder if you might speak a bit to your peanut butter and Jam Story. They're like I guess. How did you develop your own sense ability to do that? It's awesome one of those things. We all can do it but do it intentionally. In that way that you you're honing yourself in that Skilling in yourself when a them for probably what can to me was one of the Times one of the many times I have endeavored. Losing weight on there was looking around and I know Brad and then from him was bred as in great feed them so I just started to monitor my relationship with Brad and there was a piece of bread. Peanut butter jam delicious delicious. I just noticed that if I'm GONNA have to give this up to get what I want. So it was a real cost tich even what it was considered and as a himself say that I recognize the challenge that were exploring here but Heidi strike a balance because FM ODA balanced then. I need to move some wit from one place props to another and that's that comes at a cost were any benefit comes at a price and I know that when I'm relaxing that will be. The bail. Goes off when I see the peanut butter in the Colbert. I know I'm getting ready. I'm getting ready to go back to being this other version of himself. But it's I think what's important for me. Is that as with San separate the relationship and our idea that the comfort and one of the ways I have learned to support myself by myself and one of the challenges for me to learn to support myself with someone else at that time found Comfort Dayton. It's usually an emotional need and I guess the best place for me to turn ten other person more often not say look. This is what I'm struggling. What and just talk and just to have someone to lessen and on some occasions that's easier to another because I'm so used to doing it that way. That break and the cycle is a spiral. I'M GONNA wind it on up on rounded up an each time. I do. It differed lay and learn a little bit more but the opportunity to do the easy way is always just sitting there and cupboard. I'm not sure if that's answering your question Sam. But it's it's certainly this conversation and even not has made.
"cizek" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Am Central this Friday Edey and here is your list of upcoming events first week capital one arena Washington DC sold out week to Boston sold out week three three Philadelphia Philadelphia and Pittsburgh on the twenty-third sold out Charleston not shoulder not sold out Charlotte not sold out and then we've got the Nashville Municipal Auditorium on the thirteenth week eight has not been announced yet that should be soon and November twenty seven th and the sears ears center arena in Hoffman estates the pay per view in Baltimore on November ninth not sold out but of course we're talking Baltimore coming very shortly after number of other shows in similar markets so we'll see how it does I presume that ultimately it is going to sell out but we shall see new Japan announcing a card coming up in November in. La At the Globe Theatre November eleventh we we have got the showdown in Los Angeles. The Japan showed in San Jose at the San Jose Civic Center on November ninth. Stay tuned for ticket ticket information and wrestlers according to New Japan the tickets for the San Jose event are going on sale this Friday at is September thirteenth second event at the Globe theatre which also the home for repeatable you g Japan most recently in this country for the super. Jacob shows shows which were dude. It's September ninth by the way where's the Super Jacob on New Japan world. What's taken so long? I WANNA the rest of this tournament so there you go. We've got another east coast tour coming up for you. Japan September twenty seven Lowell. We Got New York City on September twenty eight th and Philadelphia on September twenty ninth so that is the update on New Japan SCO to the text messages here Dr Rogers sent this out by the way. WWe Stone Cold Steve Austin who will be moderating universal title contract signing on raw brought tonight so it's going to be Steve Austin Braun strowman and Seth rollins and I don't know I have no idea hey what's going on okay. I didn't know if they're going to do anything. I know that bronze Romans said if Steve Awesome did anything he was going to get these hands now Steve Austin obviously is neck as a wreck and I don't think you're ever GONNA see Steve Austin to a match again but I did see on his own television show. He did take bump for Becky Lynch. She gave him these stone cold stunner. He took the bump spat beer everywhere so I mean he can fall down so maybe we'll see an angle here tonight. I don't know we've also got the king of the ring. Semifinal final is advertised here SMO- Joe Ricochet and Mamane Man Baron Corbin the winner of that match will face the winner of the drifter and Chad Attic Gable so that's coming up on smackdown that'll be the king of the ring finale on Sunday and in the battle of WBZ's four horse women. They're all going to be there in the ring together. So that is a lineup for raw tonight I near says jungle boy is going to be the hottest baby face and wrestling within two years. He's got it all. He just needs more time to develop. He's great and he's improved dramatically. The one the thing that we really don't know about jungle boy is how well he can cut a promo and if this were wwe that would be he would be held back not being able to promo now in a w I mean there's a couple of things going on here first off. I don't know how much jungle boys even GonNa Talk. His character may end up being a mute which is fine now. The weird thing is jungle boy would be not talking. The Lucia Soroush cuts promos. He's a dinosaur disor. They've also got Marco stunt there so the act I know some people don't like the act of talked about it here on the show. I've heard people from w either just astounded the act is over but the reality is it's over. It's super over. It was super over at the pay per view people love. The Concept of the Boyne is dinosaur. They love the Lucia Soroush so if it gets over this is this is the lesson in pro wrestling. If something gets over it gets over. It doesn't doesn't matter why it just gets over and this has gotten over the phone John The air would sell well talk about getting over. This is a kids from North Northern California. I was at a show in South San Francisco this Friday night and the main event was the one percent Roy Cizek and Joel Nelson they took on the American guns Mike Santiago and Ethan. Hd and they had a hell of a tag match and I have I have a question for you Brian. Why isn't Ethan? Hd and Mike Santiago signed with any group asking me. I don't know why you when you hear the buzz. You're at the defy shows you. I mean you know these guys. has there been any rumblings any interest in view or or maybe even impact I have heard absolutely. Nothing and I have no answer for you but if I had to speculate an answer my answer would be that they work work to exclusively in the north west like everybody. I shouldn't say everybody but for the most part like if you're going to be noticed you've got to be out there work in I mean if you can get. PWG that's awesome but otherwise you gotta be out there on the east coast. You gotta be there in the Mid West. You gotta be doing these shows and they don't and you know that's just one of the things it's always been that way about about stuff in the northwest. I mean if you're exclusively in the North West fast. It's very hard like Daniel Bryan. I get the hell out of here Brian Kendrick. I don't even think Brian Kendrick even worked around your least Daniel Bryan did like you know the SEC w W. shows later but Kendrick and Danielson they got Outta here and what's his name. Davey Richards got out of here like they all all got Outta here and they went elsewhere before they ended up being signed anywhere so I think that's what you have to do. You've got to take bookings elsewhere or you're just going to be stuck here here. In just one more question Dave Dave seems to think I think he's correct that Jake Alice is going to be the next breakout got any star. what what are your opinions on Jake and have a good afternoon all right. Thanks so much for the call. I haven't seen a lot of Jake Atlas. I won't lie but I mean we need breakout any stars because there's almost no people left on the indies. Everybody's being signed like these these AWA deals. I mean there a guy still out there working but the days are coming to an end and do I mean we'll see if he w allows guys to keep doing independent bookings of. They're only doing like the one show week or whatever I wouldn't. I mean we saw with Moxley I mean he went to new Japan and he ended up with a staph infection and he couldn't work a pay per view granted. It's a little bit different because he signed a deal with new Japan. He's got an he's got a new Japan contract. He's got an e w contract so like if if he's available if aws not doing anything I mean he can work new Japan so they can't really control that one but for a lot of other guys you're jungle boys marco stunts whoever I don't think you can see those guys on the indies he's anymore and that means we need a new crop of any stars to pop up here and once they pop up we'll see if they end up getting signed elsewhere if this is a wrestling were that really kicks off which I think is going to be that can a moment. I'm saying that back in a moment to the phones here on the air what's up. I'm Hey Brian. This is Jim from Tracy California. What's happening? I was calling yes I was calling the main event segment tonight involved with with Steve Austin what the big angle be with him and I was thinking it could be the theme bray attacking in Boston late in about with the mandible claw the end to end the show sending a big impact because he's going to be challenging either step abroad after questioned champions in Helena cell and rage of sent out a tweet on Sunday referencing a rattlesnake skin and saying that he has to attack got rattlesnake before it does and I thought and I think that was like a I thought that was symbolism and so I was thinking that could be a big angle with gray attacking laying out Steve Boston that actually he is a brilliant idea. I have no idea why didn't think about it but you're right so bray is GonNa be challenging at Helen his cell and he's getting the winner of the Stroman home in Rawlins match and St boss is going to be out there. Actually that all works perfectly the only problem is somehow you need to get stone cold alone in the ring because if for example Braun and sat there doing a staredown and the lights go out and they come back on and the fiend is is is putting the mandible claw and Austin. I mean they'd be right there. So I think what this means is. It is what actually makes for the pay per view as well Braun and seth need to you get into a brawler the contract signing they need to fight into the crowd or whatever then the lights go out and then the fiend is in the ring now the problem with them getting in a fight is that's. Why Steve Austin is supposed to be there? He's supposed to be preventing any of these problems so somebody could come up with an idea if I ten minutes. I could come up with an idea but I think that's most likely likely what's going to happen. Braun and seth will get a fight which puts in doubt their ability to team at the pay per view so that works that makes sense there and then the fien puts out Austin and the fiend stand tall because he's the.
"cizek" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"I will it is that by any chance of where the moniker the fans addiction came from was from that promotion. No no that came from a that came from a long time ago and honestly it was a it was a joke has started off as a joke <unk>. 'cause I used to be a D._J.. At a particular club I won't say the name of it but it was a it was a gentlemen's Club and one night when I was watching a Jane's addiction came in with Dave Navarro they all came in they were partying having a good time and got to actually interact with Dave Navarro and everything like that and like talk to them is just an insanely cool guy <hes> who took me very well and so that night we were joking around and I was wrestling at the time in one of my friends at the thing said <hes> you know those guys Jane's addiction your professional routes around here. You must be the fans addiction and I thought he it was really funny and I liked it so much that I started using it and just kind of stuck in you know I thought it was unique. I hadn't heard it before so I thought it was a coal a coal thing and be truth be honest. I can't even remember that one guy's name but I thought I was lying. Oh Oh very cool. I like it. That's that's a good story all right so <hes> before we <hes> got officially interviewing here. You had told me that <hes> you actually have been I'm doing you did some training in your career as well. Tell us about that. Yeah honestly <hes> out of all the things I've done. That's fine stuff. I'm most proud of like the friends and family that I've actually been able to train you know the I think the most successful one out of every guy I've trained so far is probably Roy Cizek you know he's out in California and out much everywhere right now pretty much winning retitled that isn't tied down. You know he's doing fantastic all over the place right now. He's Russell D._D.. In Japan he's you know you know all kinds of different television shows. He won the defy making champions like you know he's killing inspecting partner Joyal. They're doing fantastic. Super Super Proud voice. <hes> Cody Devine's another one of my students. He's he's on California right now. <hes> Kayla crush who wrestles with me at which Lebron laughs. He's another one of my students but you know I've been pretty much <hes> training for about eighteen years now in had some insanely fun matches with my students and you know pretty much. Those guys are like family to me brothers in a big bad way in a limited S._O.. At of all the things I've done you know training those guys C._N._N.. Come out and become L. really good at what they wanted to do. And it's a very social thing for me so yeah yeah very proud. Will you okay so yeah I gather from a breeder interviews that I've done when the student gets to face the teacher in one of their first matches if not the first match. I hear that it's really really fun and it's really exciting for both parties. Is that the case yeah yeah. The first time I got to wrestle. Roy was on a Lucia show out here not literally allows like a a smaller Lucia show <hes> it was first Hugo's Lucia back back when they're still running out of this little bar and we just got to go out there. It was just a mash that I set up because I wanted to get him the more experience in so I kind of set it up and <hes> we went out there and we just had a blast and it was a lot of fun in Royce said that during some part of the match I like did a Tokyo Bay over and landed on him and we kinda landed in the front roll and I didn't hear it but Roy started. He said that one of the fans dislike leaned over to his friend and was just like this is amazing. This is awesome or something like that and he got a huge kick out of that now being one of his first matches out <hes> <hes> wrestled cody several times you know like a ton of times of Caleb crush to like all these guys you know you get to I get it to get in the ring with the National Se- them apply you know the things that you've been going over in practicing with them. It's really cool to watch him. Grow beyond what you've taught them. You know one thing. I've always taught my students or you know. The as I've trained is that you know I'm not your only trainer seek other people out your you could. If you only wrestle me. You'RE GONNA come. You're going to get really good at wrestling me but you have to learn from other people as well like I start you off the next show you some stuff like yet. She started but you know you're not GonNa be great listening to one person go out and listen to other people find other trainers. I'll always be here if you need advice or if you want my opinion in on anything got your back but you know as soon as you know go out and find other people who could teach you otherwise 'cause wrestling is so subjective on the different ways to do things so go out there and learn from the best and keep going and so many of my guys have done that on on proud of how much they've grown right yeah I would. I would say that it's Kinda like that thing where like Fay say you have a problem <hes> <hes> to draw a parallel say like you have a problem with your car and you take it to the same mechanic over and over again. They can't fix it well ticket to another mechanic because they have a different set of eyes so it's Kinda like Kinda like that parallel where you you have somebody else looking at say a student in this case so they can see you know. Give you some more advice to hey. Try this or do this or you know that kind of stuff so it's it's kind of getting you like you're saying kind of getting more influence from different directions yeah exactly and like a you know. Different perspectives is also key because you know I can look at you from my perspective all day long and say. I think this'll be good for you. That could be good for you but you know you go somewhere else. Completely different wrestler is just like try this. I saw this guy over here. Try this this one time. Why don't you try and then it fits you know it's <hes> in a learning from different perspectives is always key like you should never show somebody out? Never you know if somebody gives you advice even with wrestling after a while things could get very annoying with people telling me try this. Try that but you know you should always listen to it always just kind of take it for what it is especially guys with experience if they've been around a little little bit they've seen some stuff. If they've got an idea for you you know listen to it in and see if it applies if it applies great if it doesn't cool you didn't lose anything you know but <hes> other people giving you advice and trying to you know hand you a couple little nuggets of information if they take their time out of their day especially veterans if they take the time out of the data pay attention to you and they see potential in you and they want to help you out. You know <hes> definitely take that advice. I you know I tried to do that. You know I try to do that for a lot of the younger guys out here. I always find it a huge compliment win you know younger guys like filter or Curtis Cole or Austin Logan those guys kind of reach out to me and ask me if I can if I have anything forum or I watched their match in Ohio. We started out of my way to do that for him. Because it's it's a huge compliment me and I know it's just you know trying to get better at aircraft so if anybody's listening this young man ask everybody for helping and they can help you it will yeah yeah cool so let me ask you about <hes> something another little kind of off the tall topped off the wall topic so in Lucci Lebron laughs if the listeners don't know by now there's running commentary during the matches so the comedian that was had their set before your match joins the master so mony Comedians <hes> for that match. It's right after them now. Do you get distracted or even get amped up by some of the running commentary during your match. <hes> you know every now like most of the time I don't pay attention and I just kind of tune it out and kind of paying attention to what I'm doing. I'm paying attention to the crowd mainly so the commentary I don't really listen to it but every now and then a joke will sneak through in a day sometimes even makes me laugh you know <hes> <hes> our host for a long time <hes> was Bobby Valentino and when he was introducing me to walk to give me the ring is like and Bobby will tell you that he always says I'm GonNa save a wrestler but he when I come out there it's always dangerous being a comedian favorite wrestler because they just they just Rabi the whole time so <hes> on the way to the ring. He's the one who's the first guy ever say that I was a called me the the boy with the Dragon Tattoo and and so has become a favorite line of the commentary team now they they'll bust out every now and then <hes>. I always hear that appears through when they say that I think it's hilarious. <hes> you know being the fans addiction one of the commentary team said at one point you know all the fans here in the Oriental theatre are addicted to three things <hes> cutting adding themselves cocaine and Lonnie Velez in and I thought that was hilarious said couldn't stop laughing you know in my matches about start and I'm just like giggling to myself so I try to a tuna melt because they're hilarious and I just try to not pay attention but every now and then they get me and it's it's always a is always hilarious funny. That's I can see that. I remember some of those lines. That's that's great alright sober yeah they are <hes> and it takes it takes talent to <hes> if for example the Comedians that come into lutely rain last it takes good talent to ad-lib you know something they're not. They're not exactly completely familiar with would you.
"cizek" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"W._W.. A podcast I have the fans addiction fiction Lonnie Vow das- Lonnie how are you doing. I'm doing pretty good man. How are you house? You're not going I as going well. I you know spring is happening so I'm glad to have a little bit of the warmer weather. Oh yeah absolutely madam always more of a summer boy than a winter boy so yeah. I'm quite happy about that as well all right well so hey. Let's <hes> I'm so glad to have you on the podcast this this week so let's start at the beginning. How did you get interested in in a professional wrestling? Did you watch it as a youngster yeah. I've been been pretty much watching wrestling my whole life. <hes> my family was doing in a little bit of like local wrestling out here more kind of a outlawed territory kind of indie wrestling <hes> Michael did it out here. Never anything big or national or anything like that. They did it like very locally so I grew up around them. They always showed it. It's a mini so when it came time when I was like eighteen <hes> I've been in martial arts for a long time so when I turned eighteen and got out of high school. My mom asked me she was like are you going to be a wrestler or boxer shouldn't really asked me if I was Gonna go to college like Gosh. She asked me wrestler-boxer so I I chose wrestling and you know went down to a Dory funk junior school down in Florida and started training and then came back out here and started taking bookings awesome awesome awesome right so your family kind of already had a career path in mind for you then yeah they just kind of I think especially my mom she she kinda knew what I wanted to do and where I wanted to go in she was just there to support me. She just very much aw I had my back on outline. <hes> you know arranged for me to go down to Florida and started doing that down there and then came back out here went back went to call which eventually and then just started taking bookings and been wrestling out here ever attention this year in this year in August August fifteenth. That'll be twenty years that I've been doing this. Oh well cool congratulations on the upcoming anniversary. Thanks Man Yeah. It's been spin a very fun very long road yeah for sure all right so did so did your family <hes> since it was kind of a family business. Did they kind of <hes> influence you when you were I mean. Did you worry watching the the product on on television <hes> when you were younger you know. Are you watching the W._w._f.. The W._C._W.. Maybe even the AWA bound yeah yeah yeah when all is smaller like actually got to see my family Russell like I said they did very locally and only for a very short time but they had really good memories as of it so they <hes> you know my uncle in one of my aunt's I think my aunt had like three matches. My uncle probably did it for two years so it wasn't like a big huge deal but listen to them talk about it was kind of a big deal especially like four or five years old you now <hes> but so I never actually got to see them do it if they did it even before I remember that but yeah I grew up watching W._w._e.. Awa 'cause like you know Nick Boggling goal in you know Marty Janetti in Shawn Michaels Down Nerine in the in the Awa. This was very much of your territory so I actually didn't even watch the N._W._e._a.. or or W._C._W.. Until I was like a teenager right okay and who were some of your favorites to watch grownup like when I was at young violently like guys like Macho Man Randy Savage Hulk Hogan the big you know the top guys obviously and then <hes> but when I became a teenager I really became name like obsessed with the cruiserweight style especially like Japanese protests who you know <hes> Super Jacob Nineteen ninety-four guys like a ultimate dragon was a huge influence on my style which which is where a lot of <unk> Moon salts come from <hes> you know Eddie Guerrero de Milenko Minister Junior <hes> Otani juiston thunder legger gray sauce gay like all those guys if you look in Nineteen ninety-four Super Jacob than tire roster is pretty much kind of influence my style and who really made me want to become a pro wrestler in getting up there so <hes> yeah I really became a huge fan of like the the Kruse way style and mainly protests do like a junior heavyweight and the all Japan you know heavyweights in in the nineties. Those were guys that really kind of like turn my head and made me want to do this not just watch it but made me want to go out and do it. Okay all right well. I can definitely see I can definitely see the Ultimo dragon in your repertoire from watching U._S.. Like and I can see how that influenced you and I think I think you almost have a good parallel. If I can take the <hes> the time to say so well thank you I take that as a like a very big compliment like I said a those guys were always just huge Imphal lunches on me in Dragon Ultimo Dragonstar kind of fit but like I've honestly stole a little bit from all of those guys you know snap suplexes snap suplexes from Ben Wine <hes> a couple different moves from D. Malenchenko in in Ray in Eddie and just that whole group you know I've kind of modified him kind of made a my own own especially you know after doing it for twenty years you know you kind of make your own but <hes> while nearly twenty years but yeah pretty much debt group of not that group wrestlers at that time has pretty much by got everything from even guys from like Tori worry Amman or a dragon gate or whatever you WanNa call it like a guys like <hes> Shema and you know <hes> you know dragging kid and all those guys that's those were really like big influences on my style and so <hes> you talked about. Were you start your training so let's talk about your first match who was against in. What was it like any nerves or any of that kind of stuff happening? Oh Yeah I was always insanely. Nervous on it was a tag team match. It was me me and this guy <hes> Adam Windsor against <hes> this Guy Jeremy jet in H C low canoeist for it was for Dory funk. He put on a little show in Koldo caller and we also that night in <hes> we got got broken in got to help out of us like like pretty common for rookies but we ended up winning. We ended up grown over in the main event that night. We had a battle royal and actually Alita W._W._e.. Hall of Famer Leo she ended up winning the battle that night so it was a pretty cool <hes> pretty cool experience for from. Maybe you know fresh eighteen years old to be in their N._B._A.. It will see all that his youngest I did. Oh Wow that is very very cool so <hes> so far in your wrestling career. Have you had any real memorable moments or brushes with the greatness I think I think I saw you have but let's let's talk this the listeners about that yeah. I've been a very fortunate to wrestle some some of the best guys out there like you know. When everybody remembers his I fought I wrestled seth rollins Steve Before he was <unk> Tyler blackout here in out here in Denver <hes> Joey Ryan as well? You know recently of being able to wrestle quite a few <hes> you know super talented insanely talented guys D._J.. <hes> Zima I on just got signed as W._W._e.. Me In him in Caleb crush just a couple years ago. We got to have just an insanely fund match for virtually rain laughs. <hes> you know <hes> Colt Cabana like only fun guys that are just really really really good at what they do is always always a pleasure to work with them. A ton of super talented guys down in Florida Dory funk junior. He kinda attracts he kind of attract some attention so you know he's always got different. <hes> stars coming through another hall of Famer like Carlos Cologne came down there. He brought Eddie Cologne who everybody knows his Primo Cologne in the W._W._e.. I got to train with him for a second in other after that after so long you just kind of meat. All these different people get to get to see how a cool guys they are not only in the ring but out of the ring. It's pretty cool known anything about it. I don't even really think about it too much anymore but I've actually got the ring with some very very top talented guys you know kind of blessed to do so to be honest. Oh Cool Echo okay well now in speaking of not thinking about things I just have kind of an oddball question. Lucia Lebron laughs as I mentioned the podcast before has their ring on a stage and so it has even higher than <hes> the floor. Is You know from the top rope to the floor and you do some crazy <hes> moves off the top rope. Do you ever get scared because of the little bit <hes> farther than the average height from the top rope to the floor he just kind of go. Go at it and just kind of trust your opponents to be there to hit him with the move. <hes> you know I I it sounds it sounds crazy and I'm not trying to be tough going about house or anything like that but every time I've done those moon salts or jumped off those ring off that ring <hes> I've never once been scared to do it. <hes> I think if I was scared it would still be cold so I don't even think about it. I just kind of do it but it's not like it's a it's not really something. I'm afraid of an so far so good nothing bad as ever happened but you know throughout Lucia Lebron laughs turn that entire you know the Oriental <hes> theater Kinda turned it into my giant playground on pretty much jumped flip a building at this point <hes> but it's it's worth it you know <unk> especially for that particular crowd and how fun name and how fun A._R.. It makes you WANNA do more and more for them because they're you know they're reactionist so great. You know it gives you such a energy like such an adrenaline rush that a you know I I will never mind. Doing you know silly crazy stuff for those guys because the the locker room is always great. <hes> promoters is a really good guy. Don't ever tell them I said that <hes> but only all young man I've turned that place inside out done some jumped off in backlogged offer some really really crazy stuff but it's always been for the betterment of the show and I never mind doing it. It's just a if I could add it to it. I will and is that by any chance aware the moniker. The fans addiction came from was from that promotion. No no that came from a that came from a long time ago and honestly it was a it was a joke has started office joke <unk> 'cause I used to be a D._J.. At a particular club I won't say the name of it but it was a it was a gentlemen's Club and when night when I was D._J.. -Ing <hes> Jane's Addiction Addiction came in with Dave Navarro they all came in they were partying having a good time and got to actually interact with Dave Navarro and everything like that and talk to just an insanely cool guy who. tipperary well and so that night we were joking around and I I was wrestling at the time in one of my friends at the thing said <hes> you know those guys Jane's Addiction Your Professional Wrestler around here. You must be fans addiction and I thought it was really really funny. I liked it so much that I started using it and just kind of stuck in you know I thought it was unique. I haven't heard it before so I thought it was a coal a cool thing and betrayal honest. I can't even remember that one guy's name but I thought it was. Oh Oh very cool. I like it. That's that's a good story all right so <hes> before we <hes> got officially interviewing here. You had told me that you actually have been. I'm doing you did some <hes> training in your career as well. Tell us about that yeah honestly <hes> out of all the things I've done. That's prime stuff. I'm most proud of this like the friends and family only that I've actually been able to train you know the I think the most successful one out of every guy I've trained so far is probably Roy cizek..
"cizek" Discussed on KOMO
"Well. As a California led coalition of blue states had intervened to be circuit court to hold the law. So really we will be turned by ongoing litigation. It is an important point. Because despite the significance of the administration's changed position on Monday, really doesn't alter significantly. The course of this legal experts still expect the circuit court most likely to. Agree with your little from federal judge. To not strike down the law entirety Isaac if the Justice department position holds what kind of ramifications are we talking about? So we are really talking about millions and millions of people who get health coverage through the insurance. Marketplace is set up by the law, the expansion of Medicaid coverage really sort of widespread chaos off against across the US healthcare system. Talk about how deeply embedded fall become inactive. Really how complex it would be at this point to uproot at that's the Washington Post Cizek Stanley Becker talking with komo's Tom hutler. A federal judge says in abortion line North Carolina is unconstitutional. The law has been on the books since nineteen Seventy-three and banned a woman from having an abortion after the twentieth week of pregnancy US District Judge William most overturn the law noted that other courts have ruled against similar measures that banned borsch after a certain amount of time under the judge's ruling. Abortions would be allowed up to any time at which a doctor determined whether a fetus could live outside the womb. The ruling is due to take affect in sixty days, which allows time for the state of North Carolina to file an appeal. Komo news time five.
"cizek" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"John how Bill Cameron and Lauren Cohn here. Election-night coverage on wwl still the pre-game. If you're in line at seven o'clock and must allow you to vote. It has been a historically low turnout today as a Bill Cameron said a couple of times last hours calculate that. It's election suppression right voter suppression. We also have candidates suppression in Illinois, and that's what's in the election code to get on the ballot. And then be challenged to get off the ballot. Oh, sure. It's jumping through hoops. I'll let's go right to Mike Flannery over at FOX Chicago who's been covering election since way back one here in Chicago any surprise of the bad weather and the low turnout. No. I mean, one of the things that that Bill, you know, in in you've probably seen this in the in the past to actually bill's been covering this a few years longer than I I know we both covered Richard J Daley's last campaign for mayor next. Didn't you? Yeah. I think this is my seventy eighth election night. Oh my goodness. Wow. I've lost count. Dementia. That's coming in. I can't remember I I have a vague recollection of the Gettysburg address. I thought I thought he did a pretty good job of that. But you know, the the polls showed lots of undecided voters and one of the rules of thumb is when you've got twenty or twenty five percent undecided. A few weeks out a lot of those people just decide not to vote. So in other words, waiting for the the runoff waiting for the runoff where or they're not engaged. None whatever the narrative was there. I, you know, I think you'd have trouble identifying an overriding narrative that covers a field of fourteen candidates here. I mean, there was the Birkin corruption thing that there was a poll released yesterday that found the number one concern sixty two percent of voters said they want to they want to end the Chicago machine politics. But I bet you a dime to a dollar Burkitt's reelected tonight. What do you think? I hear he's been going door to door. There have apparently been flabbergasted voters who need to be revived. They. Jedburg at the door. But yeah, that's how that's how much he wants it. Yeah. The conventional wisdom is because he delivers city services, and he's been there so long he will get re outright no runoff needed. What it's it's it's why we count the votes though, isn't it? Mike Flannery is here from FOX Chicago joining John Holum Bill Cameron Lorne. So like Toni preckwinkle has taken a hit in the past week. I mean, it was not just the Lightfoot Martwig debacle. But then Sisa Cizek. Yeah. I mean, that's strange holocaust. The the the Nuremberg trials to read tweeting a photo of the Nuremberg trials to make a point about the mayor's race it. It was kind of wacky. But don't you think that that would have some impact or people even if people just reading the headlines these days? Yeah. But it got buried, you know, Jesse small latte, and then R Kelly I mean, it was you know, I I I had one of the more conspiratorially minded candidates whisper to me, you know, Kim socks who's a friend of Tony's came out and on Friday did. Brought the charges against R Kelly. Don't you think that was to cover up the thing? Nice. More complicated than that. You won't say who was, but when you say something like that it reminds me about fioretti. My lips are sealed the seismic thing was so weird to me I instantly thought of sabotage who put him up to that. Once you use Nazi imagery or an analogy. A metaphor you go Hitler or Nazi or nine eleven dealer. Deep rhetorical trouble. Yeah. You're losing. But Mike here we have an open seat for mayor of Chicago. And you know, it's going to be a record low turnout. This is crazy. Well, it it may be a record low percentage turnout, but Jim Allen at the board of election. Commissioners said they they now do believe that that it won't be a record low total voter turnout because we have one hundred sixty thousand more registered voters than we did four years ago. And and then you know, you see the new Chicago in those totals. Hey, have you looked at the ward by ward breakdown of the of the vote totals? Bill have seen that the younger groups are not turning out like they did for the midterms. Well, I mean, I I did a know I did a little ward by ward breakdown, and you know, in the predominantly white wards. There's about a about a hundred thousand or more of those one hundred sixty thousand new registered voters compared to four years ago are are in our in the predominantly, you know, traditionally white wards now a lot of them are are are integrated their African Americans and Hispanics living there about about one hundred thousand plus of those new voters are there in the old African American powerhouse wards that that put herald Washington over the top Eugene Sawyer sixth ward, Todd stroker's, John Sturges eighth ward. You know, the seventh ward, you know, the twenty first ward. They've actually got in you you look at seven or eight of those where the vote tolls down. There's this four thousand fewer registered voters there. And of course, those those are parts of the city that may hit you know, that that's where hundreds of thousands of African Americans have left town. And you see it reflected in in in the vote totals today. I mean, that's, you know, vote totals there are lower than expected in some of those communities, and and it, and it seems to be up in in some of the some of the areas that are growing some some of the BoomTown, you know, the entered around downtown. Where there's been a in the forty second ward. There's been a forty percent increase twelve thousand more registered voters for years. I see red. We're talking with Mike Flannery from FOX Chicago read about really two keys because the early voting in both the nineteenth. And the forty first words extraordinarily high. The nineteenth, of course down in. Beverly is mad O'Shea. That's the alderman and Jerry Joyce. Of course, who I thought was kind of an afterthought. He's gotta be pulling votes away from Bill Daley there. Yeah. And I think Gary McCarthy and Paul Vallis if you wanna if you wanna put it that way. I mean, I think they're all running for their own reasons. But you know, you can say they're pulling votes away from from Bill daily. I mean, they're all kind of gnawing at the same bone there by by the same margin. You know, you could say look, Sean, Ford Willie Wilson, you know, pulling votes away from twenty Parkway goal or Lori Lightfoot. Yeah. I totally get that. So candidates. You know, you can slice and dice it. And a lot of ways how big of an influence was the brand new congress and chewy Garcia. Well, you know, Hispanic turnout once again in in those Hispanic words, I haven't looked in the last two or three hours but in mid afternoon. It was just shockingly low Merck hangs on that's a slap back chew Garcia because he wanted him out. That's right. Yeah. I mean, and there are two challengers. And and we'll see I mean, if Burke wins outright, it'll be quite a statement. You know, even though Burks remember Burks brother lost last year. He'll he failed to win reelection for state rep in the district. But in the fourteenth ward he did win. Dan, Burke, did so Michael this election. I'd go for fifteen days. I'll tell you there. There are Bill. There are a twenty thousand plus vote by mail ballots that haven't been returned being. And that's the that's gemologist met by the end of the night. So if we've got a few hundred votes, separating say the second and third place finisher. I'm yeah. I mean, we could be waiting state law says that as long as your vote by mail ballot is postmarked today and as long as the mail service. The postal service delivers it by March twelve which is two weeks. We will now until March twelfth. Yeah. That's what I think. I think it's gonna go till March twelfth, Mike. Thanks for your time. We appreciate it, sir. We'll watch FOX Chicago. Thank you. Mike, flannery. Joining us on wwl. Tell me about Gary McCarthy picking up a science, Lauren. I saw I was watching the top of the news and the poor guys out. There was in some neighborhood going door to door, and he found some of the signs thrown in the garbage. I mean that must be a buzzkill when you're just out there. And look Gary's been in this from the very beginning. He's been wanting to be mayor since he was cast to the side and thrown under the bus on the local on McDonald. He's been out there fighting for it. But to walk. I just felt a little bad for him. He was in his genes he was out there going door to door. It's cold out there. There is picking up is signs are the garbage at least he was stealing signs like L Toni preckwinkle got pinched for that. Now twenty Parkway. Sorry. Tony pica got Pinson without a number of years ago. He was grabbing the competitor and signs out of people's yards in the middle of the night. I mean, I'm not speaking out of turn. I think he was charged with that. He turns up these days as the lawyer against Madigan for putting up sham candidates in the last election REBA. Cafarelli REBA Cafarelli and her husband. They decided they didn't know who to vote for us. So they went out there from the Beverly neighborhood. And this is the block cubs Chicago dot org today that she went on and got all fourteen of the candidates signs and put them all in our front yard good for her. There's a picture here. I'll hand it over to you guys. But yeah, she just decide I can't decide who to vote for. So here's a picture or bungalow in in in Beverly with every candidates terrific. She said she had a hard time getting signs from the fact was one one who said, I don't believe in signs. It's a it's a joke. And I don't have any signs of fact that was a gentleman who was on the program. I think yesterday from not mistaken on double Diaz outside was off yesterday. But one of the mayor candidates said, no, I'm not participation. Koslow? No, no, no, John had she had to go pick up a John. Neil sales Griffin was the one. Right. Do not have a sign. So at least one woman down in the Beverly neighborhood decided to put everybody sign up when Ron voted today supposedly wrote in his own name. He probably regrets it probably thinking. It was this fractured. I would would've stayed in polling. All right. Six fifteen time for a check of traffic.
"cizek" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The three of us are the only ones I believe that are registered to vote in the city of Chicago. Oh, you are too. And I am. So it's just Elliott, Mike. That's right. Oh, you guys are outnumbered. Why do I think of you as being in the suburbs? Eric because that's that's where I grew up hail. He has a suburban mentality. So let me ask our Chicago. Instead I'll start with Ken since he's on the line. Welcome to the show. Ken. How're you doing? Baseball tomorrow. Tuesday. What could be better on WGN? So what what could be better? Well, if you follow Roger badesch, you'll see that. He he's been counting down not only up until pitches and catches, but he also was counting down and now until opening day is that Roger that is correct. And we love seeing that so go to his Facebook page, and you'll be able to see those great images. And the reason why you thought Eric was not registered the city is because he's a Republican. I'm not saying anything you try to vote won't count here. It depends who you vote for daily you will count bigly bigly or somebody else. It will not now I met Bill Daley the other day in our green room in the PG paints green room, and he was running the casting Scott, the he's got the look of if I was doing a movie or television show we needed Casamayor. It'd be like that guy with the big head. The eyebrows. I might chimney our rows. But yeah. Couplings? I definitely had cufflinks. I don't know if you had a pinkie ring or not that might have had it. How did he smell the Cologne on? Did he tried not to Smith at? Yeah. Trans- smell people can as you know. I texted you right away. And I was teasing Bill Daley for doing the Roe Conn show and yet saying no to our show. And then I said, well, you know, we're carried in thirty eight states and Canada to which his his press guy said, well, they don't vote in Canada for Chicago elections, and I go well, she wants apple Chicago is your goal then. All right, then whatever to build a actually as you know, person that I've already voted for probably. But I I does giving a break because it appears that Tony I authored the soda tax the most popular tax history of Chicago technical appears to be slipping. I well, I think that I was saying earlier it seems like every week somebody either is pulling ahead or behind or has some flubs. Toni preckwinkle has had some unforced errors as my husband would say this week starting on Monday. I don't actually I think it's been more Lori Lightfoot sweet to half. Because there do you think that comes from preckwinkle campaign feeling threatened in some way by Lightfoot is that what the whole sort of Justice? My guess is Lightfoot probably wouldn't have had that much coverage. You know, she had that press conference. She may have had a story or a little coverage. But the fact that she got engaged on an issue, and that became the story. And so everyone covered it because it was such a heated exchange in an almost very personal. But do you think that the Lori and practical practical kind kind of going head to head helps any of the other candidates like Mendoza who didn't really necessarily jump into the fray or anyone's defense or say anything about even the Scott Cizek situation on practical campaign in a post that he made in order to sort of reference part of Lightfoot career. Do you think it helps her or Tico or Vallis? Do you think? You know, I think you know, if if Tony is losing votes they've got to go somewhere. And are they going to go to Lightfoot, maybe some of them are? But they've got to go somewhere. And I think Suzanne Mendoza's going to pick some up. I think she's had a strong week. I think a lot of this was kind of put in place by the poll that came out last week where there were five people who were pretty close anywhere between fourteen percent nine percent. And it was Tony and then daily, and then Suzanne and Chico and Lightfoot or no Lightfoot, then she go. So they were all like nine ten eleven twelve thirteen fourteen. So you realize like any one of those with a little push could get in the top two. So yeah, you know, so Susan I think is helped by this to Elliott. Have you been watching developments? I've been listening to a lot of the debates. It's just astounds me that again. No, one really steps up, and is the obvious choice in my opinion. I was listening to one of the debates that the w w I was listening. I'm going I wish I were on that panel. Because I know I can never run for mayor. But I know I'd give it a win that debate. Because it seemed like they didn't want to answer the questions get having in hind going back and forth instead of answering the question going after their opponent for whatever reason, and it was it was just frustrating listening to them. It's like you're just waiting for someone to step up and say, this is me, I'm your person. And this is because the best debate already happened back in December at the center with the moderator from WGN radio was there. Was there? So so Elliott. If they were going after their opponent were they open any new lines of attack or was was it repeated attack lines? You've already heard stuff that you'd hurt. Because at this point the only sense in doing that is if you have a whole new line of attack potentially to crack open on an opponent and start a line of thread on that on an issue in generate negative stories on someone with a new a new line. Otherwise, no one's really gonna cover it. And it's just a wash at that point. You might as well, just, you know, talk about how awesome you are. Well, I am awesome. But right. I mean, I'm not sure that there's a whole lot left to be said, I will say this. I almost losing sleep because I'm so excited. This.
"cizek" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"<hes>. I'm I'm pretty amped up. Yeah I would imagine so I mean <hes> I bet you're extremely excited <hes> to come back and can you know defend that championship against somebody. You've had some great battles with yeah I mean I think we in Mario's feud last time <hes> I was when I was a Rachman on Crowbar. was you know that was that was pretty fun. <hes> stuff and I mean we created a memorable moments are like barn barnyard empty arena brawl <hes> and like the some of the crazy stuff that every day I thought was <hes> was pretty different pretty pretty interesting and the bags of sugar the fish all kinds of stuff following through this supermarket. It was pretty those I mean literally the. Wild West Sorta Kinda in some ways <hes> if you if you've if you've checked out the entire few than you know what I mean by that right exactly that's <hes> <hes> fantastic so <hes> but what else do you have <hes> going on in the near future besides that well <hes> well obviously <hes> i. I'M GONNA have to also <hes> you know once I defend this title successfully this weekend or this gosh this week Thursday for Rocky Mountain pro- <hes> I also on defending the best of the less tag team titles February ninth as as I believe I have a another television title defence assuming that I win <hes> at champion wrestling from Hollywood on the tent so those are two things that I'm really really looking forward to <hes> you know I champion champions great but you also have to defend the belts and make legacy out of that so I'm on my <hes> my interests over warpath right now trying to create that legacy independence titles exactly so I got a question for you so I don't know if you've seen seen around the <hes> around the interwebs <hes> speaking of defending titles so do you think <hes> the fans that bring championship belts to events should <hes> have to get in the ring and defend them what I mean. I mean it's Kinda goofy. I think <hes> it's weird but you know I'm weird man. Let me think about you know that I'm when I can't force anyone else for doing whatever they want to do. I would say that you don't really bring like I don't know an M._v._p.. Trophy to football game but <hes> you know or Super Bowl trophy. You're whatever but <hes> you know more power to you. I'm I love that fiennes. Get so into it. I love that fans you know are literally fanatic. I'm knocking. Hold that against anyone so I mean you wanNA bring replica belts. You WanNA bring. I Dunno fish head this. Do you WANNA bring. I Dunno hot sauce canisters. I don't really care man just as long as you're fan and you support you know go for our if you want to bring a like protein bars in protein shakes and bring them to me and I will definitely you'll be the best fanatic actually in my opinion. Oh you go the way to get on your. That's me finagling it into a way for me to get something. You can't tell how subtle I am have right right Gotcha so I saw recently now. I don't know if I get this right but <hes> you are a big fan of like <hes> crime same drama kind of stuff that crack Oh yeah yeah yeah yeah true crimes now. It's Kinda like almost cruel like people are like other people are getting into this. Whatever but I'll have you know that this has been something that I mean I've always been really fascinated especially with like serial killers colts and like really like dark show like that? I just get really really into it. I know I <HES> I. I remember back when I used to work stupid nine to five jobs might have computer as soon as I could. <hes> just kinda screw off and read up on you know various like you know serial killers in crime dramas and they profile high profile cases. I would always you know abuse <hes> views a search function and murder a pedia and all these different places to find that kind of stuff. It's honestly I don't know fascinates me but <hes> about it it really does. I just made my way through the the Bundy series he's on Netflix and that was really good. There was a lot of information that wasn't necessarily super new but it's always cool to you know they had a lot of stuff that was like firsthand sources which is pretty neat. <hes> and I don't know Bundy's pretty fascinating for me for sure <hes> but I also watched <hes> there was a law and order a true crime series on the Menendez brothers that came out a couple of years ago and I watched that sorta recently and that was really good i. I like I like Mafia stuff to get into all at boardwalk. Empire was great <hes>. I don't know man I just. I guess I'm got some weird about me but I get into that kind of stuff for sure so if you weren't wrestler would you maybe be steering towards. It's that kind of stuff may be like investigator log being a serial killer. <hes> you know honestly I mean yeah. Maybe I'd be a another true crime podcast or something. I don't know man I get really into last podcasts on the left <hes> crime and sports stuff like that. I was listening to the dollar but but yeah like I I like those Kinda true. Primary Kinda like honestly like consume me. It's one of those things where I get like into like a little one search and before I know it. It's a couple of hours later. I'm like a little portal link this getting getting interested into whatever whatever it is. It is actually really cool being <hes> in L._A.. Like there's so much sort around around me and I'm like I'm you know like ten minutes away from where the wonderland murders happened. I'm like ten minutes away from where like at Lisa lamb a case or at least <hes> occurrence was which is the same place where Richard Ramirez state in the a so like <hes> except for they're redoing their demolishing whatever <hes> but yeah no. I get like really really into that stuff and it's cool to the Museum of death is like maybe like five minutes from my house as well so I'm steph looking at go back there and <hes> I check that out on sometime soon as no no well fantastic. That's that's very cool so we got a little insight into some other stuff that Roy sexists likes here. Yeah I like I like true crime and I like pizza and donuts when I can which is like really rare true crime. I can get into all the time right other than that but other than that though I'm pretty one track mind with wrestling to be honest with you Gotcha <hes> oh well <hes> Royce. I really appreciate you coming on to the podcast but before I let you go tell all the listeners if they want to follow up with Ya <hes> like on facebook twitter instagram excetera. Oh yeah absolutely <hes> at Roy side of this on Instagram is by my favorite <hes> social media because I don't have to listen to all this other BS and it's just a mixture so I just following me on their <hes> at at least on twitter <hes> what does is it on facebook although you add me caution like right near that five thousand one minute so it's kind of tough but there is voice is one eleven is my <hes> life page and I try to update that as much as possible also finally up and running is w._w._w.. Dot Roy CIZEK DOT com so please by all means. Check that out. That's why the easiest way to keep up with <hes> upcoming <hes> actual wrestling dates <hes> so I would I would recommend that as well as <hes>. There's a into my youtube channel which you can check out which is just a waste. I I try to come out with new content when I can for that highlights and whatnot so <hes> I guess it'd be the best way to follow me and <hes> you know there's there's also <hes> links thanks to <hes> <hes> if you WANNA check ups lurches well on the website and whatnot so do I support me <hes> I love sport. They love money all around E.. Exactly there's a dollar sign on the end of his name for a reason absolutely put Madeleine Albright Royce. I appreciate you coming on. Thanks once again yeah. Of course it's always a pleasure brother once again a big thank you to Royce Isaacs for coming onto the podcast is so nice to talk to him once again and like he said he is coming to rocky mountain pro this Thursday to defend the United Wrestling Network Television Championship against Mario Vander so that should be a great match. They've had many great battles in the past and I would suspect that this one is going to be another classic so before we get to that and talk about the rest of the future. Future in the wrestling with altitude area. Let's talk about last week so last week was actually a pretty busy week. <hes> we had the rocky mountain pro ignition and charged shows <hes> Thursday and let me just keep saying this recommended pro is doing such a great job doing these weekly shows you can really show that the writing is is coming along and they're taking the time to really get everything right and also on a personal. I think it's fantastic them. Being able to now <hes> integrates <hes> backstage segments in other segments that are outside of the ring into both the live audience that's attending in person such as myself and as well as the twitch audience as well so that was great then <hes> this past Friday rocky mountain pro with being the last Friday of the Motte had the rocky mountain pro experience <hes> four hours of fun and Games as the kids can say an an rustling there there afterwards <hes> this time around they had the promised sumo suits and yours personally got to get in one and Russell another Rocky Mountain <music> Superfan <hes> Brian Shout out to Brian <hes> did though when two out of two falls I against him so I got free beer yea me and then Dan also they had the rocky mountain pro trivia contests which <hes> I got to participate as well against Bryan and another competitor as well and even though I got all my questions right correct I did not win but that's okay. It's all about the experience get it so then this past Saturday <hes> Colorado Springs Rustling held the Colorado Colorado United to event as previously mentioned on a previous episode of rather wrestling without the two podcast it was a fantastic show was great to see all these promotions ends get together and come under one roof to benefits the family of Logan Austin as well as in Memoriam of Christopher Christopher Chavis senior <hes>. I have nothing else to say. It was so great that it's hard to single out one little thing about the show so I can't wait to Colorado united three next year but like Royston I talked about on the interview part of this podcast this Thursday which is in a couple of days as of the time of this recording we have the last Thursday of the month is the supercharge so episode of Rocky Mount Pro so this Thursday rocky mountain pro is holding the ignition and supercharge which is going to have a lot of great matches as mentioned Royce in action against Mario Evanger and then also we we have an idea is going against a team of the current rocky mountain pro champion <hes> Alley Gatto and Rachelle riveter are facing each other for the vacant lockouts championship and much much more this Thursday. If you want to get tickets you can get them in advance at our M._p...
"cizek" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"And Mario's feud last time <hes> I was when I was a Rachman throw boy it. Was You know that was pretty fun. <hes> stuff and I think we created a memorable moments. I you know are like Barn are Barnyard MT arena brawl <hes> in like the some some of the crazy stuff that we thought it was <hes> was pretty different and pretty pretty interesting and the bags of sugar the FL the fish. I mean all kinds of stuff following through this supermarket. I it was pretty man. Those I mean literally the wild west Sorta Kinda in some ways <hes> if you if you if you checked out the entire few than you know what I mean by that right exactly that's <hes> <hes> fantastic so <hes>. But what else do you have going on. I'm in the near future besides that well well obviously <hes> I. I'm going to have to also <hes> once I defend this title successfully this weekend this this week Thursday <hes> for Rocky Mountain Throw <hes> I also on defending the best the less tag team titles February ninth as as <hes>. I believe I have a another television title defence assuming that. I win a championship wrestling from Hollywood on the tents so those are two things I'm really really looking forward to <hes> you know a champion champions great but you also have to defend the belts and make legacy out of that so I'm on my <hes> my Emerson Silver Warpath right now trying to create that legacy and independence titles yeah exactly so I got an oddball question for you so I don't know if you've seen seen around the <hes> around the interwebs <hes> speaking of defending titles so do you think the fans that bring championship belts to events should <hes> have to get in the ring and defend them but I mean relax. It's Kinda goofy. I think <hes> it's weird but you know I'm weird man. Let me think about you know that I'm I can't anyone else for doing they WANNA do. I would say that you don't really bring like I. I don't know an M._v._p.. Trophy to a football game but <hes> you know or super bowl trophy or whatever but <hes> you know more power to you. I love that fans get so into it. I love that fans you know are literally fanatic. I'M NOT GONNA hold anyone against anyone. So I mean you bring replica belts. You WanNA bring I duNno fish head. This you WANNA bring. I Dunno hot sauce canisters. I don't really care man. This is as long as you're fan and you support you know go for our if you you want to bring <hes> like protein bars and protein shakes and bring them to me and I will definitely you'll be the best fanatic actually in my opinion. Oh you go the way to get on your good at me finagling into away from me to get something. If you can't tell how subtle I am I right right Gotcha so I saw recently now. I don't know if I get this right but <hes> you are a big fan of like <hes> crime drama kind of stuff that crap. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah true crimes I D now. It's Kinda like almost cruel like people are like other people are getting into this and whatever but I'll have you know that this has been something I mean I've always been really fascinated especially with like serial killers colts and like really like shit like that. I get really really into it. I don't know I <HES> I. I remember back when I used to work stupid nine to five jobs and I'd would have got a computer as soon as I to just kinda screw off and read up on you know areas like you know serial killers and crime dramas and they you know profile high profile cases I would always you know abuse <hes> a us a search function and murderer pedia and all these different places to find that kind of stuff honestly I I don't know fascinates me but <hes> about it but it really does. I just made my way through the the Bundy series on <hes> Netflix and that was really good. There was a lot of information that wasn't necessarily super new but it's always cool to know they had a lot of stuff that was like firsthand sources which is pretty neat. <hes> and I don't know Bundy's pretty fascinating for me for sure <hes> well. I think I also watch there was a law and order a true crime series on the Menendez brothers came out a couple of years ago and I watched that sorta recently and I was really good. I like like Mafia stuff to like. I get into all of it. Boardwalk Empire was great. <hes> I don't know man I just. I guess I'm got some weird about me but I get into that kind of stuff for sure. So if you weren't wrestler would you may be be steering towards that kind of stuff. Maybe like a investigator being a serial killer. Now you know be honestly I mean yeah. We're maybe I'd be a another like true prime podcast or something. I don't know man I I get into last podcasts on the left <hes> crime in sports stuff like that <hes> I was listening to but but yeah I like those Kinda true priming Kinda like honestly like consume me. It's one of those things where I get like into got a little one search and before I know it. It's a couple of hours later. I'm a little portal link this getting getting interested into whatever whatever it is. It is actually really cool being <hes> in L._A.. There's so much historically around around me look. I'm you know ten minutes away from where like the wonderland murders happened. I'm like ten minutes away from where the Lisa lamb on a case or at least a occurrence was which is the same place where Richard Ramirez nate in the eighties so so like <hes> except for they're they're redoing their demolishing whatever <hes> but yeah no I get like really really into that stuff and it's cooling emerge. The Museum of death is like maybe like five minutes from my house as well so I'm definitely looking back there and I check that out a non sometime soon as no no well fantastic. That's that's very cool so we got a little insight into some other stuff that Roy sexists likes here. Yeah I like true through crime and I like pizza and donuts when I can which is like really rare true crime. I can get into all the time right other than that. Though I'm pretty one track-minded with wrestling to be honest with you got Ya oh well <hes> we'll Royce. I really appreciate you coming onto the podcast but before let you go tell all the listeners if they want to follow up with Ya <hes> like on facebook twitter instagram etcetera. Oh yeah absolutely <hes> at Roy side of this on Instagram is by my favorite <hes> social media because I don't have to listen to all this other BS and it's just a mixture so I just following me on their <hes> at Roy cizek on twitter <hes> what size on facebook although you add me Gosh right near that five thousand one minute so it's Kinda tough but there is voice is sworn eleven is my life page and I try to update that as much as possible also and finally up and running is w._w._w.. Dot Roy CIZEK DOT COM so pleased by all means check that out the easiest way to keep up with <hes> upcoming <hes> actual wrestling dates <hes> so I would I would recommend that as well as there's a link to my youtube. Ah Check out which is just voice. I I try to come out with new content when I can for that highlights and whatnot so <hes> I guess it would be the best way to follow me and <hes> you know there's there's also links to <hes>. I want to check out some merchants on the website when it so I support me <hes> I love sport. They love money all around me. Exactly there's a dollar sign on the end of his name for a reason absolutely all right. I wrote Rice. I appreciate you coming on. Thanks once again yeah. Of course it's always a pleasure once again a big thank you to Royce Isis for coming onto the podcast is so nice to talk to him once again and like he said he is coming to rocky mountain pro this Thursday to defend the United Rustling Network Television Championship against Mario Vander so that it should be a great match. They've had many great battles in the past and I would suspect that this one is going to be another classic so before we get to that and talk about the rest of the future in the wrestling with altitude area. Let's talk about last week so last week was actually a pretty busy week. <hes> we had the rocky mountain pro ignition and charged shows <hes> Thursday and let me just keep saying this recommended pro is doing such a great job doing these weekly shows you can really shit show that the writing is is coming along and they're taking the time mm to really get everything right and also on a personal I think it's fantastic them. Being able to now <hes> integrates <hes> backstage segments and other segments that are outside of the ring into into both the live audience that's attending in person such as myself and as well as the twitch audience as well so that was great then <hes> this past Friday Rocky Mountain Pro Oh with being the last Friday of the Matt had the Rocky Mountain Pro Experience <hes> four hours of fun and Games as the kids can say an an rustling there afterwards afterwards <hes> this time around they had the promised sumo suits and yours personally got to get in one and Russell another Rocky Mountain Superfan Fan <hes> Brian Shout out to Brian <hes> did though when to attitude falls I against him so I got free Beer Yay me and then also also they had the rocky mountain pro Trivia contest which <hes> I got to participate as well against Brian and another competitor as well and even though I got all of my questions is right correct. I did not win but that's okay. It's all about the experience. Get it so then this past Saturday <hes> Colorado Springs Rustling held the Colorado the united to event as previously mentioned on a previous episode of rather wrestling without the to podcast it was a fantastic show was great to see all these promotions get together together and come under one roof to benefits the family of Logan Austin as well as in Memoriam of Christopher Chavis Senior <hes>. I have nothing else say it was so great that it's hard to single out one little thing about the show so can't wait to Colorado united three next year but like Royston. I talked about on the interview part of this podcast this Thursday which is a couple today's as of the time of this recording we have the last Thursday of the month is the supercharge so episode of Rocky Mount Pro so this Thursday rocky mountain pro is holding the ignition and supercharge which is going to have a lot of great matches as mentioned Royces in action against Mario Evanger and then also we have <hes> Anaya is going against a team of the current rocky mountain pro champion <hes> Alley Gatto and Rachelle riveter are facing each other for the vacant lockouts championship and I and much much more this Thursday. If you WANNA get tickets you can get them in.
"cizek" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On
"No it's not how we speak at the collection you are banned from the collection of dammit i just found the placed so i'm going to do that and then i go up to new york the new york comecon is going to go on so i do that and then i go to atlanta for gig and that come back to new york i'm gonna do some stuff rhyme deby and then i go to nashville for show at the grand 'ol opry that's pretty cool so there's like a busy like a we can change coming up so this last week was kind of empty we left empty intentionally so i got to kick back and like not necessarily think about work inasmuch it was essentially tv watching we uh so i liked last night is my i've fell asleep early uh watch was i watch an over saturday night live reruns saw fell asleep at the sound so s at eight o'clock eight pm so my wife kits in the bed at like a midnight 1230 and i guess she was feeling amorous or something like that and she was like hey and i was a good them wrong wrong in on a rollover and then like she had woken me up but i was mad that she woke me up so i couldn't necessarily balagarh let's focus would have been eight fucking now so it's that i was i got damages got up went to my office and stuff is you fall asleep and so i couldn't go sleep cizek fuck it i'll i'll watch some stuff catch up on should i have not watched the whole last season were secondhalf goal last season of the walking dead sea so last night from midnight till this morning at seven am i just fucking wijers main line the whole season needs your like the walking dead just staying up all night watching tell was let me tell you something that's it's not a joyride like you know a lot of said she had happened in these people routed chip but there are some cool ash it and.