26 Burst results for "Condon"

"condon" Discussed on Tara Brach

Tara Brach

05:23 min | 3 months ago

"condon" Discussed on Tara Brach

"And I know for myself kind of that the more I wake up to my own unconscious ways of hierarchy and I've got all the socialization of anybody, you know, that in some way I'm sensing other beings or groups of beings as less valuable, whether it has to do a species or class or race. But the more I realized that, the more I see how I've been keeping myself separate. Yeah. There is any sense of hierarchy of superior inferior keeps us separate. You know, it blocks us from liberation. It blocks us from really being happy in a deep way, knowing our belongings. So it's become really clear to me that this is the real invisible one for many that it's just important to lean in, as you said, to face the suffering and open up to, it's challenging. It is. And it's really challenging to bring people's attention to this issue of this kind of suffering. I'm wondering, what are the ways that you use to bring people's attention to it? Yeah, well, first it's become so clear, humans want to feel good about themselves. We all do. And our default often is that we usually feel bad about ourselves. It's very easy to trigger off the Alma bad person sense. So what happens in this domain, you know, facing how we are part of being cruel to non human animals is that people take it personally that I'm bad and brings up that bad self sense. And with that comes, that's fragility. You know, so we see all the fragility that we often talk about in terms of racism. We see it. And we see it, you know, there's this angry at the person bringing it up, or else defensive, or else really guilty, ashamed, and the big one is to kind of numb out and get distracted. And I just want to say, and this is to all of you who are listening, Friends, that if any of this is coming up as condon and I are talking, you know, any of those expressions of feeling bad about yourself or angry or cutting off or whatever. They're totally natural. And really, we understand, because we both at a work with places in our own lives. And,.

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No, MLb Doesn't Need a Designated Hitter

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:59 min | 4 months ago

No, MLb Doesn't Need a Designated Hitter

"Great Wall Street Journal opinion page has truly Hartman's article on top Harvard students or COVID sheep. She'll be on tomorrow. And on the bottom is a piece that called down with the designated hitter. Which for probably most Americans is either meaningless or insignificant. I agree with The Wall Street Journal and the writer, in this case, man named Ed condon. It's a very big deal. It is, it is another example of the watering down of standards. They say it'll appeal to the young if they don't have pictures going to bat and they have a designated hitter instead. Somebody who has no other role of them to hit the ball. Not a runner, not a Fielder, just it designated hitter.

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"condon" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

03:31 min | 9 months ago

"condon" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"And i don't know how many people subscribe to the newspaper anymore but I'm just guessing that you don't really need that. That kinda outlets like houston and then you move on. Because his track record speaks for itself. I agree claude says we cancelled our subscription years ago. Because we just couldn't take it anymore. Thanks we need more of you. Good for you this exactly. Why so many no longer read that rag great decision. Jeffrey says and even judy from The the the she should be finishing up her town manager. It takes a strong person to serve the public current environment. May god continue to bless you with the strength to lead in these times Bob mason said. I was asked to be interviewed several years back and refused. Good for you kevin. This makes my heart sing. Louder is something like that makes my heart sing louder. I don't know that anything like that would would make your heart sing louder. I don't know but someone what would make. Somebody's heart how they can watch the races allies. See all right enough water. Yes i'm going to help you guys out right now. I'm gonna see exactly where it is. You can't see what i'm doing but There's career websites. There's there's a couple of websites that you can go to now to watch did on like like the tv. I'm to share or stop sharing that page. It's gonna share this page with you guys right now so you can see where it is and then we'll get out of here because i know you don't care about what's going on here and hear them. I can hear them. Oh you can hear the boats right so much. Share this page and you can see what it looks like. Then you're going to get on facebook and you are going to look for that page there. You go right there. That's where you can watch the races. Today it's Looks like it's the powerboat page. Leave it there. It says it right there so you can check that out. Watch it live right there. I thought they're supposed to start at nine thirty but you know how things are..

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"condon" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

03:45 min | 9 months ago

"condon" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"On scheduling something for the beach. I know i think it would be so much fun because you can see the mayor and vice mayor whoever they might be next year running up and down the beach and doing push ups and staff would be great. 'cause everybody else would be any no maybe like part the military they get shit supported at all. I mean they crapped on. I mean i always felt like the military. Anything they won. They came back from a war. Anything they if they want school. If they want housing everything should be paid for. The government prints money for people to stay home and not work. I mean those are the people that deserve it. The military they deserve to be free. Healthcare is working in trauma environment for example those that work during nine eleven those are putting forest fires. That are devastating. Absolutely i agree with you. But there's more and more originally as we have more wars recognition of either battle fatigue. That's what it used to be called has the now but there's still a lot of works it'd be done in my right. I do want to say that for you to submit your results. If you're gonna do it you can pick any date on their website. It says you can pick any dayton october to complete the team more fitness challenge or join them in person in san diego as you were talking about on october sixteen year. Old gonna sign up. You can download your virtual bib where you'll fill in your result in sheridan social media which is designed to say what it was twenty five dollars all very nice and we can. Do you know when we do it here on the bates next year video. Yes sounding good that it'd be cool. It's just a backup a little bit. Use originally sent this out to a couple of people on the beach who really didn't want to exercise. It seems to me they shoved it right off on me which is fine. I love these things but was caught almost last minute. So it'd be great to organize something where we can get the date and get the permits and figure out how we can raise money. What you know with the videos of how to do the push up ops area so they have strict and navy seal way of doing things. You can't a half ass way during a push up. So there's a lot of information on their website. They have ability ability videos off party at the end and she's rolled says best street tacos around aware and sandy very nice. So tell us a little bit more about your dad before you go well eager up on a dairy farm in nebraska cool and was an rotc in college. And don't ask me why he switched to the navy. He wasn't even sure when we got stationed in hawaii. They send us on board show up. My dad wasn't sure he wasn't gonna get seasick but He was career officer. I loved what he did. Very cool and How does somebody growing up. I mean i'm sure that maybe you don't know the answer to this has been so long. How does somebody growing up on a farm in nebraska decide. They want to be a navy seal. I may get as far away from the pharmacy as equal. I would suggest that dairy farming prepares you certainly physically the rigors of navy seal. Well my dad used to run away and ride the rodeo. Sounds like the guy out..

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"condon" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

03:53 min | 9 months ago

"condon" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"To know temper can be exposed. See i mean. Have you ever had c. Four just kind of lightning at purser by accident or see for my purse adler brings seabra but see rats. What does that they blow up race you know ration or rations gajah using these military abbreviations. She doesn't know what they are. Never was able. Did you know a lot about what your dad was doing at the time. Fair amount Because they had a separate base. You know sometimes i would go there and they would have in fact. My dad's team was only team on the west coast to recover an apollo. But they actually had apollo there for training. Purp- what do you mean recovering. Apollo spaceships used to down in the water. I'm in sales. That went out but iraq originally apollo and get the astronauts out until the seals out there. Wow that's pretty cool secrecy staff day. So do you think that my wife could become a navy seal now and she's a little up in age have they softened the requirements. You said because. I didn't know the first woman is getting ready to heard. A woman actually graduated the buds class the class as what they call underwater demolition something. So what's going. There's some fitness event going on that they don't want you here. Although we could talk about. I could talk about the navy seals forever. It's just so awesome. The annual event and what they're trying to focus on his to get people out and moving again because of kobe dosso so as a big emphasis on teamwork obviously the navy seal team's teamwork is an important part of it and it's not as much about your ability is about the fact that you're trying to do is sit up or a push up or and The the physical event originating in court. San diego yes. On the sixteenth on the sixteenth we are fundraising for the. Are you doing serrano foundation. Do you know this gentleman now. Okay he looked at you. Lucky you guys knew each other but anyway in uniform so but anyway there's also virtual Events going on across the blow and so anybody can go to navy seal foundation click on events. Okay october sixteenth. And you can donate right now. My sister i have a team called slam dunk or right and is now do the event on the sixteenth. I'm going to hobble around. Okay how would you do to your foot and ankle and foot. You just broke your drinking one night and you fell off the chair. Something have any exciting stories are made up then for crying out loud. Some story like she got run over by having people that know me can't believe that it didn't happen crazy way circumstance. So the fitness challenge is how many pull ups you can do in three minutes. Right how many push ups you can do three. How many pushes nice and close with the mike. How many how. Many sit-ups ships and so far the event as many people aren't really able to do pull ups day. Encourage you if you want to to do that. And then at three mile run so push ups sit ups and a three mile. Run yup and the name of your team is what again slam dunk. So your people can go on the navy seal foundation website. Find your team and donate money to so join your team..

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"condon" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

05:20 min | 9 months ago

"condon" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"There's a camper outside of diamond head as a lot of stuff going on at diamond. So that's a lot of activity drank boat races. There's going to a lot of activity so you're raffling off the camper camper and that unites day gift certificates. There's going to be the four hour retails. There's gonna be a two hour. Southwest party pontoon sunset groups as well so by raffles. If not more and how much. How much is the raffle ticket for the camper. Ten dollars talk about. I know but i was trying to make to get now to diamond head and support little sophia and and doing strong. How big is the camper. Yep so it seats will see two people three dogs. You think dogs easy i mean. They've had marcel melda their kyc. And there's a full full-size but also how many bathroom shoot. Now i forgot what i was gonna say. You're always going to how many raffles have been sold so far for the. I don't think anything there. One hundred right now. Yeah not right. There was a maximum limits the camper seven thousand seven hundred and fifty tickets camper. Amac chance you gotta you gotta well. That's why i was wondering about the you have to be there to win. Think i i can let you might be on the fire. I have in my back. Is you're anything else you want anybody to know about what's going on or were they can make sure they stay informed how things are going with the fundraising and and we've been given bracelets out for a while now faceless sophia strong bracelets and donate whatever you can awesome grows. That diamond had it cabanas. They've been doing gas. She's been doing a lot at that. You guys might have asked this already. What is she in the hospital. Like seven days a week now or the whole time. She's got to stay in the hospital. They had to move relatively close to the hospital. 'cause they're they're pretty much every day all the time. Yeah she before where. She was living in the hospital but she is. He's in and out whiter all right. Well we'll soon. I was just gonna say that if you for whatever reason don't wanna do a raffle thing go make just go. Make donation fund may and no amounts to small is to. And you know you don't have to go there today. You can always go to the front desk until the nineteenth and you can still participate in the raffle over the trailer for the room for the nineteen scratching the nineteenth at the front desk. You know it sucks. When that happens to kids it really does suck sex. Abbas everybody but It really yeah especially especially at that age too. It's just you don't even you don't even get a chance to get to a point where i mean so young and probably for how many years now as you've been they've been dealing with her having cancer four years old years. I've noticed that one night she had a stomach ache and the next thing mel she went in and up two and a half while greasy. Well thank you guys for coming on and we'll do whatever you can keep the word out and put it on our website and facebook page. Every time you share something..

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"condon" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

02:38 min | 9 months ago

"condon" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"Two eleven for beach pottery here on four mars speech or oh. Wow everybody snapping pictures and all that. I didn't put any makeup on or anything for the for the paparazzi that our guests have showed up with. We have four microphones. So i teach her how to do this during the During the weekend she just drops the ball and the whole thing so i adjusted the camera. Perfectly so jodie johner here and hi. Hi how are you. All good corky in corky is going to be our next guest. We're going to talk about the navy seals. So john and jodi are here and they're going to tell us about a fundraiser. That's going on for a little girl that we did actually talk about this little girl before co vid. I wish i remember the name of the person that we had on but getting old and it was somebody that worked at diamond head and there was a fundraiser that was planned for her and it got cancelled because a kovic but here we are after covert. I guess right hit. You say it's after kobe. So you guys are going to get the mic nice and close losing so jodi tell us what's going on so fiasco Five year old girl when she was three years old. She was diagnosed with a wilms sumer. Which is a rare childhood cancer. She went to allesandro and had chemo. It was a long long adventure for her After european that she finally got kierra she was mission in just a few months ago. They went back for a checkup and found out that the cancer had come back and they used to live on the beach and they they sold their house to move to philadelphia for to take care of yup number. One hospital is chops. And so they're they're now for the next. Billy yep now. Her father still works at diamond last night. Yeah so he's kind of going to combat these here this weekend for the boat races. And i know that there's a i'm going to find where the go fund me pages for for the fundraiser. So you guys are trying to raise. Funds tells about the flyer. What's going on with all that. Go funding page and do that online. If you can't make it there but we do have a raffle at manhattan today and it will continue to tober. Nineteenth giants october twentieth. They're doing a three nights tonight. Stay diamond had plus one hundred dollar gift certificate to coast raffling off their pamper that they have..

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"condon" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

04:08 min | 9 months ago

"condon" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"Thursday so you have opened his monday sunday. Going to be taken soon came down with your husband today. Do you like order him around and make him do all the work. And you're the supervisor right boss. Actually the boston. He's the leader. Gotcha so how does somebody get involved. If they want to call you up and become a vendor of us is act and all. The information is on our website. Forty-one markets dot com and just on the website and there's all the rules and requirements. and then there's also an application online and do you have some of the vendors that you know because you just started thursday. This first day right thursday was or once. It was first Wednesday and friday. This week i was. This was the first week and we had a great turnout. Really wanna thank for meyer speech for coming out and supporting the markets and all these local businesses do you have openings for vendors like do you have spaces available or are you all we we do have openings. Available are are tuesday. Markets already full but we're in thursday's very very full but we are taking applications for wednesday friday and so tell us about some of the vendors like specific business name set. You have already found on one of our vendors. We'd had a long time is is called allah moist y which is aloe organic skincare cring. And it's perfect for sunburns so it's very popular down here That's a really good one and we also have different restaurants. Oh yeah cuban. Food are cuban. Food is very very famous and they have cuban sandwiches. Arabia's empanadas We also just started with a deadly speech barbecue. Which is an adorable truck. If you go on our facebook page you can see pictures of his truck but he is delicious kansas city barbecue ribs that he smokes right..

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What Attitudes Drive Consumer Behaviors With Dr. Nick Hobson

MarTech Podcast

02:20 min | 1 year ago

What Attitudes Drive Consumer Behaviors With Dr. Nick Hobson

"So what a marketers need to know about the internal states of the mind. How should we think about what is happening inside. Someone's head that ends up leading to that outcome that we're trying to drive. So if you ignore the internal processes those internal states it's more or less a guessing game you can observe and see a behavior and then try and deduce y that behavioral kurd and then sort of up nizing. Think about what you need to do to get to that ideal outcome that ideal state. But if you don't know what actually drove. It motivated the individual to that action to that behavior. It's fifty fifty. It's a guessing game at that point. So you need to understand. Basically the attitudes the feelings and beliefs the emotions of the hot part of our cognition which is automatic and then the belief is irrational or the condon's elements of our psychology. How those two things work together to result in some sort of ideal outcome and then once you know what those are then. You can intervene at the right points. Then you can dial one emotion up turn another emotion down so that it gets you where you want to the enemy speak in such generic terms because it really depends on what you're doing you're working with who your end user is etc either they might feel generic to you but from somebody that doesn't work in the field. That's interesting to me. And what. I'm hearing as their sort of this irrational portion of the brain. That probably is doing a lot of the feeling and interpreting of signals and then there is the rational part of the brain which is taking all the data and figuring out what it should be doing. I'm sure i'm not using the right psychological terms but the lizard brain and the whatever the other non lizard brain is plus academic terms are junketing and loaner foolish it anyway so i like bringing it back down to realize you're exactly right. It's sort of this rough dysfunctional system. One system to for all the dating katamon fans and thinking fast and slow fans out there who are listening. And yeah it's a very helpful. Heuristic of how we think about humans human behavior including in consumer dave contexts where we make a behavior or we engage in a behavior. I should say. And that's probably in most instances driven by this very quick automatic emotion sort of gut level. Feeling impulse symbols instinct unconscious quick reflexive so most importantly it's outside of conscious

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"condon" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"condon" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Told us he tries his best to balance performing with parented made a little easier when his son, Condon, now seven, announced that he would follow his father into Kabuki. Condon is now in the same line of work is you are in your father. And his father, How do you feel about that? At the moment, he's talented. He's very cute, but I'm sure one day he'll face him struggles in his life in Kabuki, and so I need to make sure I can support him without being overprotective. His son, Kagen is already adapted, tapping into his emotions as an actor. Watch how his eyes well up while he rehearses a scene about a boy who separated from his father. I've seen. Condon already does connect with the audience. Did you teach him that? You know, I think it really comes naturally to him. Also a natural gift Condon's ability to sneak in a nap during makeup. As for Evie's, owes eight year old daughter, Rekha, a dancer and training going into the family business is not a straightforward women are banned from most Kabuki stages, though perhaps not for much longer, If you ask her father Does any part of you regret that she won't be able to have a career is a Kabuki actor. It's not set in stone that she can't one day become a Kabuki actor herself. You'd like to see more women involved in Kabuki. It used to be that everybody was, you know, Kabuki, You know, it's only for men, but I think that's quite an old fashioned way of looking at it. If.

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The State of Agile With Vasco Duarte, Ryan Ripley, and Chris Williams

Badass Agile

05:02 min | 1 year ago

The State of Agile With Vasco Duarte, Ryan Ripley, and Chris Williams

"One of the questions that came up. I is you know. Let's let's start angry. What pisses us off about. The current state of agile as we experience it daily today. I'm pissed off. And i'm not taking it anymore. I guess i'll i'll jump in here. I've you know todd. And i have been talking a lot lately about we. We've been working with a lot of companies who have been sold. These million dollar multimillion dollar transformations And you know people are slapping different frameworks and different methodologies on top of really deep rooted cultural issues and they're not getting anywhere and at once the money runs out the consultants go away and they're not better off and really tired of watching that play out over and over and over again It's just turned into this big money. Grab where big box consulting firms just slap a bunch of consultants and and others into place. They clear their bench charge as much as they can. They don't really do anything. And then leave and it just That is just perpetuated and over and over again. It leaves a just makes everything more difficult you know. I'm more than happy to come in and clean up and try to teach professional scrum and help companies kind of undo the damage of these big box consultants. But it's like oh. Can we just skip that step in and really learn how to work in new ways and i don't know what do you guys think so. I see the same happening Looking back. I saw the same happening in finland. Let's say late. Two thousand two thousand eight two thousand nine. We heard through the grapevine that accenture have created a natural practice and they had a two hundred page manual and then of course. I was working with At that time two thousand eight dollars working with the one of the first safe adoptions. It was called achard released train at that time. A rt which i thought was kind of a cool art right because his own about art. There's no science to working with people. It's all about leaving the moment understanding. What's going on and reacting and then of course failing but learning quickly and then adjusting right and if i think what what ryan is said and turn the to all the way up to eleven. I would say that we have lost our way we were talking about. The ryan was talking about bringing kanban back to its origins simply fight. Well i would like to remind everybody that this whole atul think did not start with -scriminate. Didn't start with condon either. It started with the small talk community. Doing what they called at that time. Extreme programming xp and if we go all the way back to the roots extreme programming was taking the best practices and just turning it all the way up to eleven. We hear a lot about how safe doesn't have a customer in the big picture. And so on juno that. Xp had a practice called customer in the room so every team had a customer literally. That's what they called it. The customer that told them whether they were going in the right direction. So if i go to what pisses me off is that we're forgetting what it was that we started back in the late nineties. Early two thousands. And i'm not talking about technical practices. We've forgotten those very much. That's for sure. But i'm talking about everything else. Even the the whole idea of what agile is about agile is not about delivering more crap faster. It's about delivering less but delivering what matters about focusing on value. It's about iterating quickly and so the theme in in my presence here on this episode is gonna be you know. How do we turn at all the way up to eleven. Just like expedia back in the in the late ninety s. I liked that. I feel that this thing about who buys the most agile right now. It's either banks or insurance. Companies tend to have the biggest budgets to put out jalen play and so they're of a certain size by their nature if you look at the startup community if you look at small enterprise small medium business if you look beyond tech and you look at how companies are are are pivoting and adapting now during covid nineteen. I still see a lot of really good. Agile really customer focused agile. They get it because they have to. They're hungry. It's easy when you go around a small business to see the customer desire to say. How do we want our customers to feel. That question is present in everybody's mind. We want customers to feel cared for special part of something good. We want them to have not features. Stop talking about features and buttons do but what capabilities we give them and again. I prefer to talk about that. In terms of feelings customers feel safe. Customers feel tend to cared for whereas the minute you bring into a large scale environment. Things start getting compromise. Things get lost in translation as we try to make this work at scale.

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"condon" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"condon" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Where Alex, If you remember was 6 to 11 as the starter that year, when hardball pulled the plug and said, Hey, we're gonna go with Kaepernick, and I think I am definitely endorsed it at the time and And it does make you wonder with the Niners have gotten that ring, which Smith had gotten that ring and reached the the Holy Grail of NFL players by winning that Super Bowl. If he if they'd gone with them in in in the year, they were in the Super Bowl against the Ravens. You know, we'll never know. But I'll tell you what's also impressive. The guy's been sacked 18 times since he came back to Washington. He took over two and six football team has been sacked 18 times, but look up. They're five and seven and they're they're tied for first place. I mean, is it SSM a zing? All right to the story that I teased off the open. Was good friends with Mike Solving. Who was Aaron Rodgers, agent in this. The the Octagon Football Department was here in one The creek and I went in there. They represent Ronnie Lott and others. The great Jeff Spur back and Mike Sullivan were Octagon agents for A decade or so, and I think Mike is currently the Denver Bronco director of football operations in this story never got out, but I called him before the draft. I said Mike, I've seen enough of Aaron Rodgers. He's got to be a 40 Niner. Are you gonna be able to make this happen? He said, Larry, You know what We want to. In fact, I'm gonna meet with the 40 minutes next week, and I'm gonna tell them that price is not going to be an issue because we're going to ask for a very team. We're going to go in there and say we're going to give you a very friendly pipe price. Because Aaron grew up wearing Joe Montana T shirt under his pads at count, he wants to be a 40 Niner. I said all that's great Mike, and then they had the workout and he said it went well, and they like him and you know everything's going good. Well. Tom Condon represented Alex Smith and Tom Condon is a great agent, and he read the room. And he basically publicly came out before the draft and said that if the 40 Niners are going to draft Alex Smith, he is going to get record setting money. And he made it a referendum on the frugal nature of Dr John York. And he basically because there was talk at the time. And you guys Dennis, for may remember this. There was a lot of talk about belt buckles and water bottles and how the Niners under Dr York were not necessarily as freewheeling with the cash as they were under Eddie D. So Condon read the room. Made it a referendum on Dr York and how you know relatively cheap he would be and challenge the 40 Niners, and unfortunately, the Niners had very little conviction. I believe in their organization on either quarterback, I think they would have been happy with either. But I think they preferred Aaron Rodgers. But once, Condon said that he basically just challenged the 40 Niners to take Smith and then it was a matter of what what is the rest of the league think And then a lot of the teams in the league really liked Alex Smith. If you remember he was a great prospect, graduated to Utah in two years, so on and so forth. Um So the Niners were doing the show The Niners wind of taking Alex Smith number one, The Niners There was, I think roughly a half hour at that point between picks were in the war room. So Do they come in? Normally? I mean, John, you've been in there with us when the pickets made Usually the general manager comes in, Like within What? 5 to 10 minutes. Maybe 15 Max. For a half hour comes. There's no there's no What Scott McClellan There's no Mike Nolan. There's no nobody's coming in second pick Now we're there for an hour. Now it's an hour and a half. It's the third pick. It's the fourth pick. Well, I'm I'm basically communicating with Sullivan, he says Well, Tampa has a lot of the Niners have interest in trading with Tampa, Tampa had I think additional picks and a 3rd and 5th round 40. Niners were hoping to get some kind of a bonanza of picks in a trade down with Tampa at five. But that year Jon Gruden and his coaching staff coached in the Senior Bowl, and they had fallen in love with Cadillac Williams, the running back at Auburn at the Senior Bowl, and with the with them on the clock, they turned down the Niners on the trade front and decided to take Cadillac Williams after this. Soon as that card was delivered in that pick was announced, Mike Nolan popped into the room. And and said up were you know working? We're gonna We're not. We considered trading Alex Smith, but we're going to stay with Alex Smith, and basically that was officially kind of made it official publicly. So ultimately, the 40. Niners didn't have a lot of conviction. They wound up They like both quarterbacks. They tried to get Rogers, but they wanted to get value. They didn't want to be perceived as being cheap in any way. And the deal that they had with Tampa fell out, you know, fell out in the 11th hour, and that's how Alex Smith became a 40 Niner. And and not that they didn't like Alex Smith. You know they had emigrated relatively the same. But that they were all there was a huge sentiment in the nine organization to go with Aaron Rodgers. And they would have been totally happy to trade with Tampa and take Roger's at five, and instead they didn't make that trade. Rogers fell all the way down into the twenties 24. On D went to Green Bay as well now, and the rest is history..

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Mnuchin rejects renewal of some Fed emergency loan programs

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Mnuchin rejects renewal of some Fed emergency loan programs

"Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin has sought the return of unused funds from the feds emergency landing facilities, but the central bank pushed back, They said the program served a vital role pollution and a little too. Fed chair Jerome Powell sort a 90 Day extension for just four of the central bank's emergency landing programs. Also said the Fed should return $455 billion to the Treasury so Congress can spend the money elsewhere. Bloomberg's Chris Condon says that doesn't make sense. This money was never scored against the U. S by the Congressional Budget Office because it is always expected that this money will revert back to the Treasury. In fact, to the budget, it's not money to be spent out its support lending. The fits of the emergency facility should continue to serve their important role as a backstop for the economy. All emergency programs created by the cares act will expire at the end of the year.

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"condon" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"condon" Discussed on Pantheon

"You know a little lady for this is. Neil really liked him because of that attitude he wasn't afraid to tell Neil what worked and what didn't work and regardless of. IRREGARDLESS, and that's not a word is an interest in. -Chusetts regardless whether you used it on the fucking album and not. He. So he had those those people around but he key kept them away for this album and now so that's what makes and I bet trying to make that commercial Albany. No, these people would steer him in the wrong direction or what he was going for he. He was he was holding onto that troll energy and trying to and to be honest of Amona psychoanalyze this I think he wasn't he he was both trying hard and. Trying, not to try like he was like working against himself like on every element of this where he was like, okay like I'm GonNa, make a commercially viable album but also fuck it. You know like I don't I don't need to make a commercially battle album fucking Neil young you know what I mean and so it just gets this is just becomes very disjointed, very contradictory very honestly like hypocritical album like taken as a whole. In my mind it just doesn't right. Well. Yeah. You're absolutely right because this is. Like he's ever crusaded against and we said that about. Stills young album north like he hated the whole Laurel Canyon sound hated that whole smooth seventies rock FM sound. All that. Shit and then he made an album like that with Stephen Stills and it was horrible. You know and it's like. Well, why did he do this, right? Yeah. No and saying. He was a guy who like wanted everything to be raw and live like you mentioned earlier he wanted something to be like you know in that moment. So. Why did he? fucking? Why did he fucking do this? It's almost like he can. Understand it. I don't understand it. It's because nine hundred, Eighty S. this was cursed year. With the Challenger exploding. Yeah and halfway through, you got this piece of Shit and then it ended with the karate kid part to it was just a garbage year..

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"condon" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"condon" Discussed on Pantheon

"Hello. Fucking Neil. Or in this case, fucking Neil Man. Like. Neil will make you say fucking Neil man that was amazing or. Neo Man, what the fuck? I think it's the latter in this case. PODCAST. Yeah. Well, again, we are a podcast where we only discussed terrible music and we knew that we wanted to do Neil Young. We had been on our list for awhile and we had gone around and we were like of the Eighties Neil Young which we'll talk about the eras of Neil. I'm sure get into depth about that but. I guess an era, the excuse me I would like a refund era. Would we had trans as an option? So Trans Being His like electronic album. Yeah Kinda. Crowns John. Was a mixed bag. He was heavily influenced by coughed work and yeah I'm and by treatments he was going through with his son. I believe at that time was Ben. Non Oral. So he they were trying to figure out a way to communicate. So hard of that album comes out of devices he was trying to invent to communicate with his son you know. But if you didn't know any of that back story, you'd be like fucking Neil Man I know right and that's the thing I don't WanNa make fun of you know the the attempts of a of Lubbock a loving father to be able to communicate with his son with cerebral palsy that doesn't Get you know get my. Flowing in the same way. So we next that one. So although it is bad, right? Would you say it's bad. I used to really hate it over the years though after knowing the story and listening to it's more some of it's pretty interesting. I guess in hindsight is very interesting what he was trying to do at that time. but yeah, it's bad. It's bad. Thank you. Neil though yeah. But here here's what's happening right now and I'll explain it because Mike is suffering from the same thing I am I feel like I have a little bit of Stockholm Syndrome. All about that where I've been listening to pretty much. But Neil young sins may or June and so even going into this album my head was like, no, this is bad. No but my heart was like you know what like? There are people on the street. Homeless. Where do they go? Oh, my God. Okay imagine if that was the case except only the music you listen to it wasn't all Neil young but it was all terrible albums like we end up doing that with music that has no business for it like we're like, Oh, all of a love the millionaires like that's not. We both have become Gigolos over the.

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"condon" Discussed on Passive Income Project

Passive Income Project

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"condon" Discussed on Passive Income Project

"So the big question is this our Ordinary People Like Us who haven't been handed a free ride managing our money in a way that lets us off build a truly passive income that your status for and how we doing this without giving out what's important to us. That is the question and this point, since about getting the answers. My name is Terry Condon my partner Ryan want a hand and welcome to the passive income project. Welcome back to the passive income project Terry. We're not fluffing around at the start of this episode right now. You're better cuz we have played nice with right up this episode from the last one and we walk straight into it right product. So really quick recap from the last one and if you haven't listened to it go back and listen that one first so we looked at while saving won't save you and we talked through a doncic adaptation and that Mirage that's always seems to be just in front of our face that the carrot dangling carrot..

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"condon" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"condon" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

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Early voting begins in Boston

WBZ Afternoon News

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Early voting begins in Boston

"And temperatures in the upper seventies greeted early voters as they headed to the polls in Boston, early voters casting their ballot at Boston City Hall and nine other polling stations around the city. Among those nine locations. The public Library in complex square East Boston High School, the Condon School in South Boston Murphy School in Dorchester and the Jackson Man School in Allston, Boston's election commissioner We needed to various says today is also the last day to register to vote in the election. He did give voters 10 extra days this time around to actually register to vote rather than 20 days before an election. The new voter registration deadline is 10 days before the election. Early voting continues Sunday through Friday, giving voters ample opportunity to cast a ballot. Mike Macklin W B Z Boston's news radio, You can find

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Early voting begins in Boston

WBZ Midday News

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Early voting begins in Boston

"Will early voting begins today in Massachusetts. Sunshine and temperatures in the upper seventies greeted early voters as they headed to the polls in Boston, early voters casting their ballot at Boston City Hall and nine other polling stations around the city. Among those nine locations. The public Library accomplish Square East Boston High School, the Condon school in South Boston Murphy School in Dorchester and the Jackson May in school in Allston. Boston's election commissioner We needed to various says today is also the last day to register to vote in the election. He did give voters 10 extra days this time around to actually register to vote rather than 20 days before an election. The new voter registration deadline is 10 days before the election. Early voting continues Sunday through Friday. Giving voters ample opportunity to cast a ballot.

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"condon" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"condon" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Achilles heel that you seem to have thorn a few days ago. You? Did you not get the memo that you're not as young as you used to be. What's going on? Okay. First of all, let me dispel any rumors. That was not me. That was coach Mark Gardner, My bride. Welcome back everybody. Paul countries the few days ago you did you not get the memo that you're not as young as you used to be. What's going on? Okay. First of all, let me dispel any rumors. That was not me. That was coach Mark Gardner, My broadcast partner who blew out the Achilles. Okay, let me let me make sure you're using. I hope he's okay. That's okay. But I'll tell you what. I may have strained a couple brain cells on the book together. I say that right now, This is the challenge. As I said, before, you know, and Of course with, you know the technology situations and it was. This was kind of a bittersweet book as well, too, because this is the book. My My, My daughter. Kim has been our publications director the last three years and it's been awesome having her as a member of my team and getting a chance today and you know as well as I do when you get a chance to work with your kids. That's a really, really special situation, but she's getting married. She's leaving the nest and excited for her to be able to move on with her career. But it's been awesome to be able to spend the last few years with her. And then that, sir, is the publications designer so excited about that, but also going to be sad and we have to turn the page and work and get another restart. If you will. I know how you feel that working with your family, I started a podcast with my grandson. Only there you go. Oh, yeah. You know what? Ah, and it's it's It's fun. We've done a couple. It's ah! It's actually a broadcast. It's on the sports network. You know, Greg Greg Strolls group and they were kind enough to let us do it. We've done to my grandson's The communications major it and over and we are Listen, we're having a ball doing it. OK, Paul Candy. Let's talk about you mentioned college football in your book. Throw out the the schedules. It's interesting, because if your non Division one you're basically not playing this fall Yeah, that really stinks. Let's be less to be quite honest, you know? And and and as you will know that I've got a lot of friends in this game. You are yet that level of well too. And the guy who I talked to the most is calm Alan in Indiana and I have been, of course, you know, we we've been friends for 25 years. I've, uh, kind of relate to some of the stuff that he and I mean, really literally talk every week and About some of the stuff that's going on in Indiana and hear how it trickles down, and I know that the schools are just hoping we could get a chance to get the play. And then the next thing you know you're one of the Great Lakes valleys going to do this, so there's so many changes, and I think it's a fluid situation right now. I wouldn't be surprised to see several things that I know the any. I just, uh I made a vote to move all of their fall sports into the winter slashed into the spring, So I think we're going to see a lot more shifting around before that goes forward. But, uh I mean, this thing is so fluid everything I think I have it figured out right? Somebody calls me say, by the way. Did you see this? So it's good to meet you. It's going to be interesting to see how it plays out. Paul Condon, Indiana Football Digest. 2020 Indiana football digesters out. Go there. Indiana football digest dot com Paul, It's always great to talk to you. I appreciate we'll talk. Getting a lot throughout the football season. So let's hope we can get her ask to its racial darkness. Couple weeks, coach. Thanks, man. Thank you. You're I need to get away in the wooded hills of beautiful Brown.

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"condon" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

06:20 min | 2 years ago

"condon" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Pushed now bill Condon tells is retiring not not close the store so right now is a is way cool story bro for ever I started out in our work we're talking the sixties I love the work couple web store is right no no shelves in the store pretty much all of his couple Boop merchandise to sit around on the floor and you guys got tossed off you go in there pick out a pair you like and the fifty percent off yes downtown Chelsea right now bill's return downtown Chelsea he is right across from the jiffy mix big big big big **** towers can miss at this mill skin you'd be crazy if you were thinking about going to a couple of boats bull there you go or how about this I know it's January but before you know it like that quick it's going to be Christmas don't you want to give your wife a really cool cowboy boots she's gonna look cool were in those nothing else again to so good repair than their cover was maybe a cool hat to her shades that's it so get out to a mule Skinner get a pair of fifty percent off the fifty percent off I'll buy boots are back to there is on a reps here I'm using them as an example this is what happens when you have or actually thinking in elected office these three guys in Arizona there are what are called house representatives their state representatives what they're trying to get out ahead of this Virginia gun grab thing so they're trying to put in place legislation that makes it such that everything has to be constitutional can't infringe on the second amendment now I mentioned earlier a conversation with Mike dumber this is no small thing by the with the second room thing but I mention the conversation that we're politicians need to start doing is talking about this in realistic terms you don't just you don't start talking about common sense gun control that's absurd you don't talk about who needs an assault rifle that's absurd I we've been over a gazillion times there's no such thing as assault rifle it's our rifle but that doesn't need her there what this is all about is that second amendment clearly states that you have a right to what's god given right that's the whole thing around is not a man made right they can legislate away god given right how do you take a god given right away from somebody or something else gets lost in the shuffle our constitution and numerous to let's say hand cuffs on government to stay away from our god given rights that's what it's about who ever explains that to anybody it's always put in terms of well I'm and I'm here I'm elected I'm important as best job I ever had best in job I've ever had and I'm going to do something to work I'm gonna ensure your rights yeah I'm sure our rights it's a god given right you need to start talking along the lines of you're gonna make other politicians along with you get the hell out of our way and that starts with Y. I'd say first articulating what comes to Stephen is it's a set of handcuffs the American government but they won't even say that so here these guys there is on of those would be nice to hear somebody in our state to house in Michigan St just one just one Arizona state reps there's three of America what they're trying to do is they're trying to get out ahead of Democrat unrestrained what they call gun control push that is one of the representatives he says we see in states like Virginia a coordinated attack on the second amendment law abiding citizens here in Arizona we want to make sure that radical politicians nationally or locally won't encroach on our constitutional rights what a statement to make it now represent a black when that's when the guys out there doing this added progressive activists there's always a progressive did say liberal this guy's thinking man they're not liberal no no far from it progressive activists what is left out was progressive Democrats socialists awhile socialists and services kind of redundant but activists will stop at nothing to disarm the public it is time we send a message that we as a state won't put the safety of our families communities in jeopardy by allowing unconstitutional overages on constitutional do you ever hear of it in those terms I mean what they what about this whole salt ban order rifles band back when Clinton was in office are trying anytime somebody does something heinous this is hideous well that whole thing around the the psychotic in a hotel room in Vegas shooting up the country concert rumor that country western show and first in happens a start standing before the bodies are even Warner standing or cold rather standing on these corpses screaming gun control we got we look at this we have to have common sense gun control as opposed to the Republicans getting unified and saying there's nothing you can do about this they're afraid to because of the set of the be looked at as heartless the look W. W. called to you you guys lack real compassion here look at this people were murdered in here you are saying there's nothing that can be done about this there's nothing that can be done about thirty can be done about that if you kill the guy this door does it take about it is about whether you legislate against the second member not not at all right never is but they always go along with that the goal over the by default because they don't stand up get unified and talk against the psychotic progressives so it's happening in Arizona right now take a lesson on that if you are so sit with anybody in the Michigan house right now or the Michigan Senate I know a number of you listen to me get somebody to stand up start the ball rolling even if you get one or two unified better than none at all and start talking about things like this now in Arizona I mean excuse me of Virginia are there.

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'The Good Liar' making the most of its dream Mirren-McKellen pairing

Tim Conway Jr.

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

'The Good Liar' making the most of its dream Mirren-McKellen pairing

"End critics agree the good liar is deliciously deceptive Helen Mirren and Ian McKellen are acting royalty witness an unpredictable game of cat and mouse in the vein of a Hitchcockian thriller imbued with intrigue danger and surprising twists read between the allies from director bill Condon the good liar radar under seventeen not admitted without parents only in theaters

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"condon" Discussed on ProductivityCast

ProductivityCast

13:48 min | 3 years ago

"condon" Discussed on ProductivityCast

"In combination with whatever is your your your plan with work, fantastically well, one of the problems I often see in on on the productivity systems is the workload comes up and down. That's that's. It varies when the product when your request on your demands start coming up to the level, where break the system. It's not necessarily that you need to create a new system what you may need. It's exactly that it's a personal cabin. Go get from your system and make it in a graphical way that is basically what will provide, so you understand where your attention is going on toll. It goes down to the level that your system. System can manage on what we tend to do. Sometimes is oh well now I broke. The system led me recreate the system well. I'm not going to say system doesn't need to be recreated, but sometimes he's not about creating the system from his crutch about giving an extra tool to that system that can handle that additional volume that additional pressure that additional elements that you need so sometimes. That's a lot more useful than try to do. Everything else. I think there are certain types of people though that this lends itself more to people who were very list centric. Or outline model centric in keeping track of the things may struggle a little bit with the almost the landscape type of approach to a Kanban solution. also honestly people who are very mobile centric. If you do all your tracking in your maintenance of what you need to do off of your phone, because condon is this graphical spread things out of approach the to. Physical media may not match up well and I would. I would probably agree there are that there? There probably is a sort of person who is also creative, a lot of creative professionals like the ability to kind of spread out or organize themselves very remarkably. The the best artists I know whether they're commercial artists or not. Commercial Artists are fine artists. The idea here is that good order creates great art, and and not just great are galax. Not GonNa let that one. Go just so you? And so the idea here is that if you if you do need a high level of structure visually in order to be able to to be able to park or externalize that that system so that you can focus on your creative processes than than something like personal Kanban I think could be very very useful because.

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"condon" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

14:15 min | 3 years ago

"condon" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Two three four. And welcome back. Paula Harris with us the photo journalists and investigative reporter in the field of extra terrestrial related phenomena. She's also a widely published freelance writer author of a number of books, including of course, all of the above and beyond and conversations with Colonel Corso Paulo. Welcome back. How are you? I'm doing well, joy, shower, you good you too. We miss you. What's new with you? Does she lets new me walk tonight? I was watching the latest installment of project blue book because you know, that I started my career with Dr J Allen Hyatt's, right? So and I'm very close with the hynick family. With Paul owes youngest son. In fact, I was supposed to come out to the screening of the of the show. And and it's so interesting because I don't know what you call that disclosure to have, you know, high Nick and blue book on TV, I don't know. That's a good question. I never thought that would have happened actually now I didn't think it was either. And they're using real life cases. And you know, they was seven oh, one Jesus and blue book it began in one thousand nine hundred fifty two and ended with that whitewash of the Condon committee report and sixty nine right where I am in boulder. Colorado at the university of Colorado. So the air force ended it by saying there was nothing to it. So, you know, it's amazing that I'm watching these cases one by one on TV. And now a whole other generation is getting to watch this. Do we have anybody like J Allen? Hi, Nick in the system anymore. I mean, the here's a guy was consulted to project blue book was a non believer. And then he changed his mind, then he became one of the biggest Ufologists in the world. You know, George, you said something, very important changed his mind. And I think I admire all those researchers that do change their mind. Yeah. I mean, we don't have anybody like him because he started out. And you know, he was pretty when I started working with him. It was putting pens and maps. It was nuts and bolts it was sightings. It was what move on does today was not he did not extend himself until his later years to the contact scenario. So he was a professor he was in a guy from academia, I mean, he was an astronomer. He knew the difference between Venus and a UFO. And the thing is that you know, it was wonderful working with them. Because somebody like me that was, you know, a neophyte somebody that didn't know anything was was taught, you know. He was my teacher. He was my mentor. I knew this was no joke. I knew it was real because I work with him for. Six years and one thing he taught me which was really great was to listen to people. In other words, don't go in with a preconceived notion. 'cause I remember thinking to myself. Oh, these people are crazy some of these people with their stories, you know, and he used to say to me. No, no, you listen to the whole entire story because then you can decide a you know, what's going on. So yeah, there's nobody like him. And I'm so happy to see the show. Remember his swamp gas theory that just haunted him. Didn't it? Yeah. Did the problem was that there were people working in this field away before Allen that we're serious and knew it was real? And he used to tell me, I'll never live down the swamp gas. Oh, never live it down because they criticized him for it. But you know, it it it was wonderful that he would go from blue book and sixty nine hundred center for UFO studies. And even I think I even put it in my presentations. I was part of that. I even though I never went and investigated on the field. I was part of kufo south in the early days in nineteen eighty well. That's the place to be what are you working on? Now, what kind of cases you at now? Oh god. I'm all over the map. I'm working. I'm still working on the nineteen forty five case down in Socorro New Mexico that crash that happened in forty five and you had Remmy Bachan on. And they were the two young boys that had seen the crash near the the the atomic bomb site near the trinity site. I'm still working on that I'm working on going to Latin America, and I'm going to Peru in may because I want to go to the Chilton desert where you Latin American contact. He's like see still pause Gonzales. And all those guys said that spacemen came off the the ships. In fact, there's a case where a Spanish journalist JJ Benitez actually witnessed, you know, a craft in the Chilcot desert, and he reported it to the world. But this is all in Europe. It doesn't come to the United States. These cases don't get covered. And in my book all of the buff and beyond I interview ten contact dis who say they're interacting with human type people coming off ships. So I I'm saying to myself. Well, how does that happen? And then I have to go back to the giant rock days in southern California in the nineteen fifties with the damn ski, then Tasso Howard manager our fail Andulucia. And then I have to study that that happened. Then it. It it happened in the fifties and sixties in the United States and in the seventies and eighties and Latin America, and of course, that's going to interest me. I'm you know, I'm too I'm going to be very biased about this. Our field is too much with the objection little grey alien scenario to understand that there's all kinds of visitations and and in the early days, they were people. They they sure were. But you're right. We're not getting the kind of coverage we used to get a long time ago. Why is that? Because first of all, it's really hard to do this, George. I don't know people can't just get like, I do just get in a plane and go to these places and talk to everybody you what's happening with a lot of the research. Now, it's all on internet. So people just troll internet and think that's the research. They don't go to the actual place. I've covered so many stories, but I've had to cover them face to face. And in in one of the cases, I covered just recently. And you know, this because you work with him is Marie Smith, and I interviewed Emory Smith. But then I did two articles in Italy on Emory Smith on his working in in black projects. And I did these two cases I did this case. And I it reminds me of the Dan boorish case that I had done. I don't know. If you remember I remember that. I sure do you remember that get crushed? Yeah. And you you've interviewed Emory, and these people that work in these projects. It sounds unbelievable layer working with in Dan versions case microbiology with the j rod in this case with these beings, and you know, with all different types of beings. And and it's deeply hidden, and these insiders are are part of the UFO history. And if I hadn't seen Dan Bursch three times, I would never have done the story, but I have to see these people face to face. And I don't think there's a lot of people who do that anymore. No, they don't they don't everything's over the phone these days. Over the phone. And then the problem is a costs money, and and I don't know where the sponsorship for some of the stuff comes your one. I was gonna say you one of the few people who literally spends everything from her own pocket. Peter Davenport from the national you for reporting is another one like that. But but you folks are very rare. But I wanna know. That's right. No, I can't do it on the phone. If I don't see the reaction in the case of Bursch, I had to keep going back because I don't do the story automatically. I have to be convinced. They're telling the truth there has to be something about their their body language the way, they're looking at me Clifford stone. When I went to do his story. I mean, he broke down and cried I in a soda Berge actually people. I have to really be in the presence of these people. Listen to them and Mike keeps because I've been around so long. I mean getting to be an old woman. I've been around so long that I can cross-reference which means I've interviewed so many pilots so many I interviewed have been to NASA interviewed people working there. I've been to Europe and now Latin America that if it sounds like it makes sense. I can I know that it's the truth will people trust, you Paula. That's. Another important aspect of what you do. They trust you. Well, I've no alter your motives. I just wanna know fact, I just tell them look I'm going to do this interview word for word. I'm not going to put anything into it. It's from audiotape. You can't believe how many audiotapes I ask I'm gonna do. We're for word. It's going to be my books word for word, and there's no other motives because certainly didn't make any money, and I don't do it for that reason. I I do you keep asking the I do 'cause I wanna know and and just to add something this past weekend. We had Jim Penniston here in boulder, lecturing the the what am I are law school? I did an incredible interview with him that I urge everybody to go to my YouTube in detail sequence usually about his thirty eight years ago going up to a craft in Rendall Shem forest and taking notes at actually touching the craft. And I'm doing this interview. You got sick when he did that. He. Yeah. You did he touched it. He's going to be our guest Friday for the first hour, by the way, that's amazing. Because he is. I mean, that's the source. It's not like somebody who knows who knows him. You know, it's him. He's going to tell you what he went through. And I could see the emotion on his face because I said, well, the blessing is you took notes, and he said to me, I didn't think I was gonna come out of that a life. Wow. If that doesn't tell you. Yeah. Because he said it I'm taking notes because I thought this is it. Well, did he think something was going to happen because notes behind was he concerned about the UFO that he was going to get some illness? Or was he concerned that somebody was going to bump him off? Now, he was concerned about the UFO because he'll tell you as he's going around measuring it, and he's looking underneath and they'll give you a detailed this sounded me. He couldn't see it. He couldn't see any landing year. But when they measured the indentation that thing that that seemed to be stationary was. He said, I think seven tonnes seven tons. And you know, so this is technology. He was confused because the technology is so advanced. But when he put his hand on the lifts he said, there was a bright bright light that came out like almost the light of an explosion. But it was totally quiet. He couldn't hear birdseye couldn't hear is splitting up see couldn't hear anything. So when that light came out, he didn't know if he could survive that. So it was it was it affected him enough. And I've heard this some Clifford. So they have dreams about it. They're disturbed at night. They can't sleep. They relive it. And as I put on my face with these are the real heroes either the people that actually were there that lived it and have the courage mostly to tell about it in the Mediterranean Sea. There's an Italian island called. For Denia, you're going there. What what's going on? What's happening? I've been there once I was lecturing and they dragged me around the island and hardly a, you know, very many people go there, and there are tombs there that that are a fifteen foot long. So whatever was in that too is fifteen foot long and so on one occasion some years ago. And I think this might be on your your coast images. They showed me they brought me to a farmer whose father and grandfather were there, and they showed me some bones and some teeth that they had dug up and had been warned not to show the outside world that came from giants. And they have they have told me that in the vicinity, we're this was their other bones that have been dug up that are from the belong the giants. So this is some years ago. So I was very. Curious I don't doing aliens..

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Dollar pares back after Trump comments; world stocks dip

Bloomberg Best

02:36 min | 4 years ago

Dollar pares back after Trump comments; world stocks dip

"Day powered by twenty seven hundred journalists and, analysts in more than, one hundred twenty countries around the world I'm June Grosso but I'm Ed Baxter. On this edition of Bloomberg best for Thursday July nineteen we'll, have a special hour, long interview. With LA clippers owner and former Microsoft CEO. Steve bomber Microsoft was done upon and it was kind of inspirational. Because we were working on stuff literally? Transformed the world and I got a lot out of that and the intellectual challenges were strong. I loved, that and I, thought a unique, value to, add but just for fun fun fun. There's really no stress running a. Basketball team, all this and more, coming up in the next. Hour of bloom Bird best And I'm Bryan Curtis in. Hong Kong let's get you this hour's top business stories and the markets China's currency has. Dropped further the central Bank weakened its reference rate by the most in, two years the. Offshore currency now it's six eighty two fifty to the onshore at six. Eighty eighty in, the meantime Goldman Sachs listed Chinese companies will increase their earnings nineteen percent of the second quarter that's up from fifteen percent growth in the. First quarter Goldman is reiterating its overweight recommendation on. Chinese, stocks well President Trump today telling CNBC that he's not happy with the Fed's recent. Rate, increases Bloomberg's Chris Condon's calls the comments unusual under the last three, presidential administrations really become taboo to comment directly on monetary policy because it seems as form of political interference and function that should remain kind of set off away. From politics two. More rate hikes are Expected by the fed later this year the dollar weakened after, the comments it is now slightly higher in early Asian trading the dollar yen won twelve thirty eight. The euro at a dollar sixteen. We did have economic news out of Japan this. Morning Japan's inflation picked up slightly in June largely because of higher energy costs core consumer. Prices rising not point eight percent year on year the estimate was for, a gain of. Zero point eight percent so in line all right let's get a crack. Here at the, markets we're seeing some selling in Hong Kong Hang Seng index is down two hundred and eleven points a drop of three quarters of a. Percent sang positives down half a percent and the. Nikkei, has turned down about three quarters of one percent let's take a look at the. Yield, on the ten year two point eight three percent WTI crude sixty, nine dollars and fifty six cents global news twenty four hours a day live and.

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British PM backs investigation into Cambridge Analytica's Facebook data use

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02:09 min | 4 years ago

British PM backs investigation into Cambridge Analytica's Facebook data use

"Doors steps in neighborhoods killing two people a fourth and more sophisticated bomb detonated next to a street in a residential subdivision and was triggered by a trip wire strung over a sidewalk a fifth bomb exploded cues day at a fedex distribution center about an hour south of austin and at a different fedex center in austin authorities found that six device that did not that nate right now investigators are at what is believed to be condon's home north of austin looking for more evidence in this bombing spree marcus more abc news fluvial texas british authorities investigate cambridge analytica these are your world headlines from abc news in parliament the prime minister defended the probe into the for they should be properly investigated it's right the information commissioner is doing exactly because people need to have confidence in how personal data is being used visuals in britain and the us are investigating the alleged improper use of data harvested from tens of millions of facebook users by cambridge analytica an isis suicide bombers struck down the road to a shiite trying and kabul killing at least thirty one afghan celebrated the persian new year a senior russian diplomat says moscow wants to take part in an investigation into the poisoning of a former spy in britain saying russia's involvement is essential to finding the truth and the philippines foreign secretaries hailing a golden period in ties with china despite differences over the south china sea i'm tom rivers at the abc news foreign desk in london the avalanche danger and the cascades is moderate right now but the forecast calls for more mountain snow as we head into the weekend komo's steve mccarron reports a coordinator for private search and rescue service posted a blunt message to social media urging skiers and snowboarders to stay inbound siri oaks knows brief post he added to facebook monday night is blunt but extreme avalanche conditions in california recently prompted him to turn down a family who requested his services to look for a missing person in his post oaks wrote don't get upset with me because i refuse to respond with our avalanche dogs to try to.

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