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How Can Parents Remove Woke Orgs From Schools? Pastor John Tells Us

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:11 min | Last week

How Can Parents Remove Woke Orgs From Schools? Pastor John Tells Us

"I'm pure ya mom here with my son tonight. Connor. And I had a question regarding, we've been going to school board meetings for the past two years in puree unified. And a big group of parents and we've got this organization right now called bloom 360 five going on in a lot of the school districts in Arizona. And I wanted to point on it because you talked about what is a man and in this organization, they disguise it as something else where they basically paint boys and men as all bad abusers and that if they're the provider of the home, that's a stereotype. So I guess we're having trouble. How do we get these organizations out of our schools? Besides running for school board, because I'm already doing that, this coming November. So I'm going to get on there and get it out. But I just want to help, I just want parents in the community if they're having these situations where we've got these big organizations or these big companies in our schools, how do we get them out of our schools? Right. And you're speaking about our public schools, correct? Yeah, correct. You know, when Madeline O'Hara fought to remove prayer from school. They had to replace prayer with something. They brought in metal detectors. They brought in cops. They brought in dogs, and they brought in all kinds of things. Here's the reality. When a place has told God that he's not welcome, that place becomes cursed. It's kind of hard for us to expect to have children receive our viewpoints and ideologies in a school system that's postmodern. And a school system that pushes socialism and Marxist ideologies. The best thing for us to do when we see that taking place is to find turning point school. Find dream city school, find a charter school that's not pushing those woke ideologies.

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Tampa Bay Rays' Players Refuse to Wear Pride Patch: Charlie Weighs In

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:21 min | 2 weeks ago

Tampa Bay Rays' Players Refuse to Wear Pride Patch: Charlie Weighs In

"Zach from calvary chapel, Chino Hills, love cavalry chapel, love Jack kibs. What is your opinion on several Tampa Bay baseball players who refuse to wear the rainbow pride patches on their jerseys during the pride night, their pride night instead sent out of the game. I fully support it. I do. I think that players pushing back against quote unquote pride night is critical. And we must understand that what you might think of as pride night has changed in its meaning. It's no longer about gay and lesbian, acceptance, no, no, no, it's about something much deeper than that, and also something that is much more controversial than that. It can mean now bringing children to drag queen, bars. It can mean chemical castration of children. That this idea of Pride Month has broadened from just like, okay, I suppose tolerance of gay and lesbian people. And the spectrum that moves from tolerance to acceptance, to celebration, to participation. I must give credit to Matt Walsh for that phenomenally brilliant kind of steps is now that you must participate, you must wear the pride patch. And it kind of goes back, okay, Connor, get the Kramer from Seinfeld. You don't want to put the button on from the aids walk. It's one of this great great scenes in television history. Where Kramer, who's kind of an aloof character in Seinfeld, decides to do the aids walk, but he doesn't want to put the button on or the ribbon. He just doesn't want to wear the ribbon, and it kind of is the same sort of thing where he ends up getting kind of attacked by the mob, albeit kind of very similar kind of the Pride Month aids walk mob where they say you don't support gay people because you don't want to wear the ribbon and it's kind of this joke in the show that unfolds into obvious kind of tumultuous hilarity where Kramer is like, no, no, no, I'm with you. I just don't want to wear the ribbon. I just don't want to wear the ribbon. And they say, what do you mean what do I put the ribbon on? And it's like this back and forth and you must participate. You must be part of this. It's not enough that you tolerate us. It's not enough that you accept us. It's not enough that you celebrate us, no, you must

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Amber Athey's Analysis of California's Major Primary Results

The Dan Bongino Show

01:30 min | 2 weeks ago

Amber Athey's Analysis of California's Major Primary Results

"But do you think what's happening in San Francisco what's happening in Los Angeles The potential bloodbath electorally that I leave the violence for the left there are coming up in 2022 Do you think it's enough to send a seismic shift or is it just going to be a ripple through politics I noticed they had a Tucker had was it David Sachs on last night He's a very good guest and he's like listen I have no faith that this is going to change anything long-term San Francisco We need this to be sustained It has to happen over and over and over again What's your take on that I mean it took two terms of Reagan and a term of George H. W. Bush 12 years before the Democrats were like oh maybe our party sucks and we should run a more Bill Clinton type character instead Yeah I'm still pretty cynical especially when you look at the types of Democrats that are winning the primary campaigns right Like you don't see Connor lands in Joe Manchin's winning That part of the party is pretty much dead and instead you see the squad gaining more and more power So I'm not optimistic at all In fact AOC just had a video that she posted where she was getting mad at other Democrats for saying hey guys maybe we shouldn't use the term black and X because it turns out Hispanic people actually don't like it And appropriating their language and they're not going to vote for us if we do that And she essentially called them selfish and said too bad we need to be inclusive and we're all going to use LatinX So no of course they don't get it

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Charlie Welcomes California State Representative Kevin Kiley

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:24 min | 2 weeks ago

Charlie Welcomes California State Representative Kevin Kiley

"That I believe deserve to be in Congress one in, I think they still call it the upper chamber in the lower chamber. They still have that expression, Connor, I don't know. One in the House, one of the Senate and they're both doing a wonderful job and they both have primaries coming up and so first we have Kevin kiley from California, who is one of the few conservatives. In California and he does a great job, Kevin. Welcome back to the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks, Charlie. Great to be with you. If your race is tomorrow, is that right? It is. Tell us about your race. Tell us about, is there a potential for a runoff? So how does it work? It's the top two is like a jungle primary. How does it work? Yeah, California has this crazy top two system, which is a total mass. It's made kind of a joke of our election system. In many races in the state actually, you now have the Democrats are spending tons of money to prop up the Republican that they want to run against in the general. It's this sort of pick your opponent strategy. Fortunately, we don't have any shenanigans like that. In my race, we just have one Republican opponent. There are two Democrats on the ballot. So you're very likely to have a dem on Republican runoff. And I've gotten the support of president Trump. Things are going well and we're just trying to get across the finish line here. It's the only open seat in Congress that's the Republican district in California. So it's a really important one in terms of winning back the majority and making it be the right type of majority that's actually going to do something to get the country back. So this kind of

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Fetterman’s Heart Issues Add Wild Card to Key Pennsylvania Senate Race

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:38 sec | 2 weeks ago

Fetterman’s Heart Issues Add Wild Card to Key Pennsylvania Senate Race

"Big story in the post as well on John fetterman, the democratic nominee who will be facing Doctor Oz, John thought him is really sick, say a prayer for him, but he hasn't appeared since the election day when he had a stroke and he had a pacemaker put in and they have not been forthcoming. He's not been forthcoming his campaign staff sort of apologized yesterday over the weekend about his heart condition and his the damage done by the stroke, wish him a rapid recovery, but he really ought to step aside. It sounds like him like Connor lamb run, but he's not going to. He's going to count on, I don't know. He wasn't going to win anyway. He's off the left left.

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Avalanche beat Oilers 4-2 to take 3-0 series lead

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 weeks ago

Avalanche beat Oilers 4-2 to take 3-0 series lead

"The avalanche owner three games to none lead in the Western Conference Finals after scoring the final two goals in a four two downing of the oilers JT copper broke a two two tie with 7 18 remaining The game winner came about 5 minutes after Ryan McLeod tied it for Edmonton Valerian scored two straight goals to give the apps a two one lead about four and a half minutes into the second period Pablo Franco's turned back 27 shots for Colorado which is seeking its first birth in the final since 2001 Connor McDavid opened the scoring just 38 seconds into the game and Mike Smith stopped 39 shots for the oilers who will try to stave off elimination on Monday I'm Dave

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Why Charlie Is Against Gun Waiting Periods

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:40 min | Last month

Why Charlie Is Against Gun Waiting Periods

"I want to just kind of reinforce the point here, which is gun control is the preferred method of weakening a citizenry by a tyrant. It's done all across the world, and one of the reasons why I believe this gun control debate is going to fizzle out by the left is we have a million new gun owners in America in the last year. Connor, can you get the latest numbers of gun ownership that skyrocketed in the last couple of years, crime is up and all that. Please, it's really, really amazing. While he does that though, I want to tell you the story. This is why I'm against waiting lists or waiting periods. Carol bowne, known best for defending herself from a violent ex what was a gun. Knew her, I'm sorry. I'm a misread this. Knew her best shot at defending herself from a violent ex was a gun, and not a piece of paper. And it was paperwork that left her unprotected when Michael eitel showed up at her New Jersey home last week and stabbed her to death. She was on a wait list application, a firearm application, and they're supposed to rule on within 30 days. So they have waiting lists in New Jersey. Brown 39 had a restraining order against isil when he killed her in the driveway last Wednesday. He didn't listen to the restraining order. Tragically, she had gone to the local police department two days before her death to check on the status of her languishing application. In another indication of her fear of izel, Brown had recently installed surveillance cameras around her home, and the equipment recorded the 45 year old ex con attacking her as she arrived home and got out of the car. She told the police, can I please get the gun? Can I please get the gun? And he stabbed her to death. That's my problem with waiting

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McDavid, Oilers eliminate Flames in OT, on to West finals

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

McDavid, Oilers eliminate Flames in OT, on to West finals

"Connor McDavid and Leon draisaitl have carried the oilers to a 5 four overtime victory against the flames and a birth in the Western Conference Finals McDavid provided the series clincher at 5 O three of the extra session taking a pass from dry subtle for his 7th goal of the postseason Dry Seidel had four assists and finished with 17 points in the series scoring at least three points in all 5 games McDavid and draisaitl each have 26 points in the playoffs so far Zach Hyman had a goal and two assists for the oilers who will head to Denver to face the avalanche I'm Dave

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Kane's 2nd-period hat trick helps Oilers top Flames 4-1

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Kane's 2nd-period hat trick helps Oilers top Flames 4-1

"Evander Kane had a hat trick in the oilers played strong defense in a four one win over the flames Zach Hyman scored 52 seconds into the second period before Kane tallied three times in the stanza Kane scored 53 seconds apart then capped his natural hat trick 5 minutes later It was fun A lot of fun You know it was good to come back Home and play these guys in our home ice and I thought we came with a really good start and obviously it was a good win for a group Leon draisaitl had four assists one more than Connor McDavid Mike Smith turned back 32 shots to help Edmonton take a two games to one lead He came within 5 minutes of a shutout after the oilers allowed 12 goals in the first two games of the second round series Oliver kylington had Calgary's goal game four is Tuesday in Edmonton I'm Dave

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Oiilers rally past Flames, knot series 1-1

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

Oiilers rally past Flames, knot series 1-1

"The oilers have nodded their second round series at a game apiece with a 5 three comeback win over the flames Zach Hyman snapped a three three tie with a shorthanded goal of ten 14 of the third period We did a good job and just battling her down two goals there early in the second Off of too many men penalty and then we just worked Leon draisaitl and Duncan Keith each had a goal and two assists to support Mike Smith who was sharp in stopping 37 shots after getting pulled early in the opener Connor McDavid had a goal and an assist for the oilers giving him 20 points already in this postseason Tyler to foley's power play goal early in the second period gave Calgary at three one lead The oilers will host game three on Sunday I'm Dave

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

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

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

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McDavid, Smith lead Oilers to 2-0 win over Kings in Game 7

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

McDavid, Smith lead Oilers to 2-0 win over Kings in Game 7

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The Media Has Not Done One Inch of Investigating Ballot Harvesting

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:59 min | Last month

The Media Has Not Done One Inch of Investigating Ballot Harvesting

"I had an opportunity to speak to a reporter and she was actually a very nice person for a mainstream media publication. Now, if I told you the publication you would know it, but we were off the record and unlike the left, I actually want to honor off the record for both of us. So she was off the I was off the record. I don't know if she would consider herself throughout the record. But I'm not going to say who this was. We had a nice conversation. And I looked at her very plainly. I said, when you watch this movie, you're going to be blown away by the evidence, and she was like, oh, come on, I've heard all this stuff before. And I walked through, I said, no, no, you don't understand. Geo tracking technology as when you see videos of people coming out of the cars with piles of ballots at three 30 in the morning. And do you know what she said? She said, but that's not illegal, is it? I said, you're a national politics reporter for one of the largest of course it's illegal. You can't ballot harvest in Georgia. You can't ballot harvest in Arizona. You're only able to maybe do it for a week in Pennsylvania and then the court overturned it. I was just blown away by the media hasn't even done an inch of investigation into this. And it just goes to show by just kind of how they have no literacy. There might be a better word for that. But they really have no understanding. I suppose is a good filler term of any of the laws or the technicalities around it. But if you were to ask kind of did Donald Trump break federal election law, yeah, no grasp. Thank you, Connor. That's exactly right. No grasp. If Donald Trump break federal election law for some phone call and Fulton George like every political reporter will be able to tell you what criminal code he violated what how he was breaking precedent for calling some person in Georgia even though he did nothing wrong in that whole thing. But if you were to say, hey, don't you find it suspicious that people were going from one ballot Dropbox to the other with piles of ballots at 3 o'clock in the morning we could prove it through pink, cell phone ping technology and pair it up with videos, isn't that even at least bit compelling? So then the new narrative is well, it wasn't enough to turn the

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Makar scores in OT, Avs win 2-1 over Predators in Game 2

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Makar scores in OT, Avs win 2-1 over Predators in Game 2

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Charlie's Top 5 Reading Recommendations for You

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:53 min | 2 months ago

Charlie's Top 5 Reading Recommendations for You

"Someone says Charlie, do you have a reading list or all the dystopian writings that Charlie Kirk mentioned the podcast? One is Orwell's 1984, read this already as required in schools in many years ago. Yes, I recommend rereading it. Okay, yes. So there are 5 dystopian authors, all of whom were somewhat contemporaries of one another. You've heard of all of them, probably one you probably haven't heard of. They're all worth just refreshing as Christians, I encourage us to pursue whatever is true. And I think these 5 books will bless you about what really drives the tyrant. What happens when the tyrant meets technology and how technology brings out the worst impulses of our human condition. So the 5 books, of course, the first is George Orwell's 1984. The second is C. S. Lewis screwtape letters. You can read that alongside mere Christianity, which was actually first delivered as radio broadcast during the German blitz in the early 1940s, late 1930s, through the British broadcast corporation. The third is Aldous Huxley's Brave New World, which is a terrific book and addresses a lot of what we're living through when pleasure becomes the ultimate goal of a society. The fourth book is a lesser known one by Winston Churchill and is only novel. It's called savrola. I've actually not read it, but I'm familiar with it. I took a course by doctor Larry arn from hillsdale college on Churchill, and he talked about it. So that's the fourth. And then the 5th is probably the least known of all 5. And in fact, I plan to finish this book. I started it, but I got little distracted during my mini sabbatical coming up in a couple of weeks here. It's called darkness at noon by Arthur koestler, which is a terrific book. And so I've been finished it yet. So those are the 5 books Arthur koestler was a dissident. And producer Connor says I would include the fountainhead in there as neoliberal dystopian.

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The Best Example of the Fascist Left

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:11 min | 2 months ago

The Best Example of the Fascist Left

"If you want the best example of the fascist left, which is the inevitable conclusion of liberalism. I'm not even going to mention the author that wrote it, right Connor, we don't have to give him any more. He wrote a good book. He did. It was called liberal fascism. And it's true. It's where liberalism ends up. And it's not that the left or liberals hate rich people, it's that they don't like rich people, they don't like. I know it sounds redundant, but they don't like rich people that don't like them and vice versa, meaning there are certain rich people that are perfectly fine with. Bezos, fine, Gates, fine, Musk, they now hate. One of the reasons why they hate Musk so much is because Musk was never, he never commented on this stuff before. He just kind of built his businesses for years quietly. And he kind of was friends with all people, but he always had that kind of that Iron Man Tony Stark vibe, but the reason they really hate Musk is that they believe they're entitled to Musk's loyalty. They believe that who is Musk to think that he could betray us. Who is Musk to think that he could defy us.

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Pennsylvania's Senate Race Will Stretch the Democratic Party Faithful

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:32 min | 2 months ago

Pennsylvania's Senate Race Will Stretch the Democratic Party Faithful

"One of the issues that we talked about having with the Democrats is they're policy issues of the far left. And basically it's very progressiveness. It's not matching up with a lot of the country. And in that you got fatter money lamb. John fetterman and Connor lamb for the most part who are running in this primary federman is way out in front right now. And federman is if you go to most I've talked to some democratic consultants, they would tell you that fetterman is going to be the harder one to try and keep this seat in some ways, although Pittsburgh Pittsburgh and Philadelphia and other parts of the state will go heavily for the current lieutenant governor. It is a race that is going to stretch the Democratic Party faithful. We'll see how the Pennsylvania is not a New York. It's not a California. It's not an Illinois. They're going to have to see how a fetterman would play, although he is one statewide. He's now going to have to play on a different stage. Conor lamb came out of the Pittsburgh area, a very well funded. He won the House seat. He has been one of the consistent, more moderate blue dog Democrats, if you would, which seemed to have played in the state of Pennsylvania very well, but so far it is just not. Fetterman's money advantage his notoriety and others have just played. And he is well on a double digit lead right now in this democratic primary. I do not see lamb overcoming that and it sets up an interesting race, whether it be federman and McCormick or Fatima in Oz, that one is going to be a one to race.

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The Real Reason Liberals Hate Elon Musk

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:11 min | 2 months ago

The Real Reason Liberals Hate Elon Musk

"If you want the best example of the fascist left, which is the inevitable conclusion of liberalism. I'm not even going to mention the author that wrote it, right Connor, we don't have to give him any more. He wrote a good book. He did. It was called liberal fascism. And it's true. It's where liberalism ends up. And it's not that the left or liberals hate rich people, it's that they don't like rich people, they don't like. I know it sounds redundant, but they don't like rich people that don't like them and vice versa, meaning there are certain rich people that are perfectly fine with. Bezos, fine, Gates, fine, Musk, they now hate. One of the reasons why they hate Musk so much is because Musk was never, he never commented on this stuff before. He just kind of built his businesses for years quietly. And he kind of was friends with all people, but he always had that kind of that Iron Man Tony Stark vibe, but the reason they really hate Musk is that they believe they're entitled to Musk's loyalty. They believe that who is Musk to think that he could betray us. Who is Musk to think that he could defy us.

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"connors" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"connors" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Connors, who was in first know why? Because he's in first You're so smart if I would have picked Definitely would've picked Connors. Had, you know, we picked right now, actually right now, Brian cozier with us on the Western hotline tee to green host right now, Would you pick Corey Connors of your 10? I would not. You would still not do it. He would not make your time. Well, if I guess if yes, if you're letting me swap out like my bottom guy like Burger, who's like, plus 30 right now, I feel like but yes, I would be that, but no if you were making a new list I was making a new list based upon the current leader board where I picked him up new information. You have new information? Yes. Ah, yeah. I mean, I guess where he said. I guess I would have to and he's capable. He's had a very, very good year. So I guess I shouldn't be surprised that he's playing where he's at so far this year, so In that sense. I mean, he finished eighth at the Masters. Finished. Or the following week of the R B C heritage. What He hasn't won The last homely looking here, Hmm. Two years on the PGA Tour, and my job is to pick the winner. So maybe I'll stick with that answer. All right. You sound like you're not sure, right? But you're not. So how I have not like looked at the entire leaderboard here, but it's not been a good first day for you, right. No. Overall, it doesn't look that good, I think. I mean some of the summit. Here's the thing. There's not. Ah, whole much bunch. There's not a ton of guys. That are under par like these. If you look down the list at like the sum of my bigger names that are like plus one and plus two other fine three like I feel like they're in it, but you look at the quantity of golfers they have to pass. That looks a little more daunting, Like, all right, let's you know, Let's take the guys that are a plus two right now. Um, I mean that Right now putting you into a tie for 68 like that would be on the verge of missing the cot. But plus two boys, I mean, five. Back of what a few minutes ago was the lead before Congress went up, too, But I mean, if I If I take Connor's out of this and say Well, three is the number you know, minus three is the number you're five shots off the lead at a major doesn't seem that bad. But then you look at it that puts you in a tie for 68 like your you better make sure you have a good day than tomorrow. Otherwise you're done like There's just there's a There's a large quantity, I guess. Let's relate this to what we always say about the savers like during this historic runs in March, right, not about the number of points behind the last team that's got the playoff spot. It's about the number of teams to leapfrog. So that's I guess what I'm thinking about right now, And I guess maybe I should've taken Phil Mickelson. Now He's playing well. He's up to minus two. Did you do that right now? Give you another chance, Would you would you would take Mickelson over Connors? Uh, it That you know how long my emotions get in the back in here because I'm seeing a filmmaker Birdie and give a little small fist pump Got me going there. If you're asking me between the two. The smarter pick probably is Connors but Why? That would be a cool story of Nicholson into the pointing, Um and and I guess they would both be meeting Connors was still in the top 20 in the top 20 betting. I know Mickelson would be outside the top 20 for my double money to win. Which obviously has the layer of maybe that decision. Absolutely. Absolutely. So, Brian, What is the story of the day been? I mean, I could see the wind is blowing in the wind. You mentioned it yesterday. When you're out with us, and it's supposed to be like this, I guess all weekend, right? Yeah, I think it's been a factor. I think that guy's air hitting what I would consider to be Okay, decent tee shots, but the wind is just drifting him enough to put him in trouble. There's so many areas on this course, which I guess for those that are gonna watch the Ryder Cup later this year. We've seen lots of majors before at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin. They are calling these officially bunkers on the broadcast that calling him sand areas like that. So if you remember Dustin Johnson the penalty that now ultimately probably wouldn't be a penalty the way they're ruling it this week, But because there's so many So many sand areas everywhere and because ah, lot of it is on level ground. It's not like you fall. Into a bunker on some of these places. Some of it is essentially on the same level of the grass, and there's not much not much difference Sometimes between or where's the sand start? Where does the grass start? That sort of thing? So there Allowing players to take practice swings in the sandy areas this week. So if you're if you're watching that tomorrow or the rest of the coverage today, go thinking likewise in the penalty that because the PGA of America said this week that you can Actually touched the sand without a penalty over under a number of phone calls made to complain about someone that a viewer saw doing what they think is cheating. This ought to put this ought to bring that down fellow. But I think people will be confused about that rule. Mike is what I'm saying like that They'll see guys doing that and think that they're breaking a rule. But in fact it's allowed. So I'm thinking people will overreact to that and call..

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"connors" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"connors" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Moore standing by. I want to say about Connor's and Sullivan, if you you know you need in a state plan. You need a will a trust? You need all of them, Especially nowadays. Oh, forget about it. You really do. And if you're spending too much money for a nursing home, you don't know what you're eligible for your face. You're gonna run out of money. You know Mike Connors that Connors and Sullivan can give you a comprehensive telephone consultation. With Mr Connors himself to discuss your issues in your concerns. You gotta protect your legacy. You know, Connors and Sullivan's lawyers can customize a plan that specifically protects your interests, including your home. You could schedule that free initial comprehensive telephone consultation with Michael's up. I did and he just changed my life, and it was so quick and easy. I can't stand any of that estate stuff. I don't know how people stay on it because you have to. You have to cover every little loophole. You got all the government. You got the the local government. The state government. The federal government after you. You got the you know some maybe an ex, maybe child support. Hello. You got Mama looks all over the place nipping at your heels on my right or wrong. Talk to Michael. Settle everything everything. 90 Braco party 71822386 507 182386 500. You could get that telephone consultation free Initial comprehensive telephone consultation with Mike himself. 7182386 500 or go please to Connors and Sullivan dot com. Ben Shapiro show weekdays at 5 P.m., Hon. Am 9 70 He answer. 7:29 a.m. Night. 70 The answer with Joe Piscopo. Stephen Moore is the man chairman of FreedomWorks, Tess. Forth on economic Revival. Former Donald Trump economic adviser, author of Trump O Nomics. Stephen Moore. Welcome back to the show, Steven. Always great to have you with US. Hi, Joe. You know eggs. Stephen. You wrote a column recently about liberalism in America and reflected on the two Democratic takeovers. You lived through one of the Bill Clinton, you said again under Barack Obama. What hope do we have? As we as we approach this, this new Biden narrow, sir. Well, Joe, you lived through it, too. Right? So you know what I'm talking about What The problem is when Democrats Take over every level of power as they did back in the Clinton era 1993. And then, of course, when Obama was elected in 2009, and by the way in both of those since this is the Democrats had even more Control of the government than they will under bide many gonna be a 50 50 Senate right now. So there's it's very difficult for Democrats to cast their most outrageous and radical ideas, but What always happens and it's just It's just, you know, sometimes it's like, you know, letting a wild animal out of the cage. They just can't control themselves and they will outrun their mandate from voters. They will massively increased spending a better way of hope that I'm wrong Joke. I hope I'm wrong about this, but I think they're gonna out here and I listen to a Joe Biden saying this is no moderate folks. I hope somebody thinks for you got a mother is here. And he's talking about the most massive increase in government debt and spending and Through this country, massive tax increases, reversing all of the amazing Games, Trump how many weeks do you what? I talked over the last four years. So about the incredible energy revolution in this country? The incredible reduction on employment. You know the games that we saw and reducing poverty around the country. I really worried that bag is going to With the help of Nancy Pelosi and your good friend Chuck Schumer. I think they're going through. Uh, this is gonna be really reverse a lot of the games right that were made under Trump. We were talking about it, Steve. It just has to decide the lady that that accosted and heckle Chuck Schumer at his press conference yesterday, If you didn't see it, because I I know, I know you're you're you have? No, you have no idea. It was priceless. Priceless article. You know that, but they keep getting in power. Stephen Moore. You're absolutely right. I didn't. I lived through all of this, and I saw it. That's why I know we will get to where we gotta go. But right now, the next two years are gonna be very, very bumpy. And this is my fear. When Donald Trump came in, like him, or not, like his personality or not, like all the bluster, the fluster whatever it is, all I know is I saw my 401 k explode. I saw every stock that I invested in explode and I work more than I've ever worked in my life. And all of my what am I, Jerry Seinfeld, One of my George Clooney. I'm a working stiff in the entertainment industry. Don't really, you know, I got out there I was working, and I saw a New York the book. The hustle and bustle of New York. And it was all because Donald Trump was president Steven right, and you know what's happening now is because of Trump's misbehavior in the last few weeks, you know, they're basically saying Not only is trump of that person, but anyone who supported that means anyone who supported him. It is terrible and his policies are terrible. But wait a minute. These policies he's for the greatest economic policies. You know, in the country's history, we never received a diploma. Not today in America. Even with the pandemic, we have 6.7 million open jobs in the United States that's under Barack Obama and and Your body in eight years. They never. There were never 6.7 million..

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"connors" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!

Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"connors" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!

"Personality on your crushes tiktok account or maybe on re listening to your favorite episodes of dining out, we'd like to invite all our listeners visit out and about at out and about CBD DOT COM and be sure to use our special do to five code at checkout to get twenty five percent off the listed price remember five percent of all proceeds go to the trevor. Project. That's out and about CBD love every day. How is that wedding? So straight. So unbelievably shockingly straight lake. Mason jars like don't choose a side where altogether written on a chalkboard like I looks matching maid's dresses just the the whole nine I mean I wore a birdcage Vail I I don't know what else to say. I Don't even know what that it just does it go over your face? Is that what birdcage? It's more like old fashioned one, right? It's kind of like nineteen fifties style is that off. Oh, God so traumas real. So how long were you guys married? Just under three years. Yeah. Okay. So he's a great guy. I feel bad. I don't know I just didn't know know we all are just doing. Out here doing our best. Is that what it was realizing that yeah. That pretty much did us in. I'm going to be honest with. Yeah that'll do it We got to have a serious talk Yeah. How many times did he ask? Are you sure? I honestly like he he was so like. Beautifully supportive and Now. And put. Yeah it was I think about it now like just that conversation I reflect on it sometimes and. I don't even know how I kind of. Did it because it was like as soon as I knew I just had this. I just was like we'll have to tell him like it was just he at least deserves to sort of know the truth and I just remember like. Cod I don't even know. Yeah I just was like I did it no. It on you I'm sorry and it was. Horrible but. Do. You know what made you realize? I do yeah. was. Can we guest guest what your car? Yes I. Guess. I mean, the word I was GONNA. Let's just so. Common like if it was something like that. The media no no. a real life person. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. A friend. Yeah. I think also gay yes and you're like that feels like. Yeah. Was this also more like not? BUSH DOES NOT FEMININE WAS BEING NO FEMININE OR And from the Dan better she was like you're a dyke. House like I'm I'm literally married. Like I said what I said Bitch. As someone who has been through this then like what advice would you give to somebody who has a friend or no see someone who's like clearly gay they don't know and they're engaged to man I've been in the situation where I met somebody and my friends were like Oh you have to meet her and I thought they were saying that because she was clearly a lesbian and and they're like, oh caroline tell her about your podcast and stuff, and then later in the conversation, she's talking about her wedding planning with her male fiance. and. I. Like. To nobody tell. was buying I know I I mean I. I asked after the fact I was like Oh is she by but it? It was the energy was you know? Yeah, it was fit driving WNBA Jersey wearing. CAPS. That will just make you realize your whole truth and. That's what happened to you and I don't know how to articulate it but. I feel like that's I. Don't know what to say because I think that it's so tough and there's obviously just like so many they. Could be played like no one said anything to me like when I was like engaged or anything like that. I definitely like got bullied a little bit in college but I like had no awareness of and it was just like that's irrelevant like I don't even know what you're talking about. Because, I was. So how'd I don't know? WHAT'S THE END game? It's like you're going to tell somebody that who are you telling is your friend the person about to marry the person that you're pretty sure is gay or is your friend? The one that you're pretty sure is gay because it's so complicated right like imagine. Yeah. Once I told my friend that guy that she was dating Mike. I think he's gay and then I wasn't invited to the wedding I. Similar Yeah Yeah, of course now. So. I don't know if he's gay or not I, but you know. Yeah. But then after that, I was like you know next time just my new business people have to figure out these things for themselves. You don't want to put that on people and you know everything's like a learning process and you don't like I've been divorced too but it's like I'm not like Oh i. Regret ever getting married or something it's like. Well, I'm happy where I am now so I don't regret anything and I don't know what would have happened had someone been like you don't do it I might have just had one less friend. Yeah. No, I feel the same because I think like if you're telling somebody that like you have no idea how they're gonNA REACT I. It's tough though it's like I'd probably rather stay friends with them and let them know if you can like holding space for you if you ever want to talk about anything. It's does damn. Man So. Then once that happened, you talked to him and you you separated then what's the training program you went through? To be gay. Okay. So Get Your on Boarding Right so what is gay on boarding? So I immediately got an undercut. That was just my me too. Kidding under the first things I. H Three Of It for me, it was immediately getting undercut and then entering a year and a half long intense series relationship with a lesbian. That was really what I chose to do. which was I've just gone in kind of reverse. I like went from like marriage to a man to like extremely serious relationship with a woman we moved to. La Together than broke up and then the last lake year and a half I've just been on this like very intense rum's springer where I've just been. So out of control in every capacity and just so sloppy and the web is just like this tight spindle and it's like just dating and fucking every woman that. Really. It's been. It's been a lot that. So now I'm like coming out of that. So. So for our listeners who aren't familiar with the term Rome Springer, that's when you're you're amish and your fifteen I think king and you get to go.

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"connors" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!

Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"connors" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!

"And welcome to. Out A podcast that will never be made into a lesbian film because we are out of the closet and have access to electricity I'm caroline bear, Chieh Melody Camale N. Today we are Daikin out with comedian carrot connors about gay immersion care has been in the just for laughs comedy festival, and perhaps some of you have seen her on dating Hashtag, no filter on e is it has no filter dating no filter. Gives technically both I, feel like they named it that way to try to be like social media savvy. Sure Great Marketing. Dating Hashtag no filter on E. Thanks for being here Cara. Cara. How's it going? What what wage level are you at right now really off the charts at this point honestly I've just been sweating and pacing around my apartment all morning. So here we are in the middle of the heat wave just can't stop won't stop. How is anybody getting through the days right now it truly seems like we're in a dystopia nightmare. Every day in a new will say horror. Yeah. So. It's not even like it's new things, but it's new old things and it's like, why? Why? Why is this life right now I am just really waiting for the like that handmaid's tale moment of just like our accounts being shut down not that I have like. Any amount of money that would be significant one. But for me I think a lot of people are hoping that their bank accounts get shut down and be like. I was a millionaire. My debts are forgiven. When teachers ask you want your grade was? Yeah, exactly. Exactly. I made a million dollars podcasting. I to stop watching handmaid's tale because I was just like this is getting to. Make. Through the most recent. For sure it's too real. What if you tuned into the convention at all yesterday got like I thought I was watching a parody. It's not it's not a very it's actually just full propaganda. I smelled abortion. I have smelled it did you know abortion has smell? I. Didn't I got snippets I can't I didn't even see that one. But yeah, I, mostly just saw the screaming lady who I didn't realize was given to some sex wife. which is just shows. Bad Judgement isn't Claimed by just one party it's. Anybody can have terrible judgment a good. A good pallet cleanser though is I was watching a tick tiktok of like a seventeen year old super gay. Kid Reading the lyrics to walk to. Like at this guy who was reading Bible verses who was like outside abortion. Clinic. How beautiful was reading.

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"connors" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"connors" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Accounts actually I rarely get reptilian humanoid accounts there is one other in the book which occurred in the Florida Everglades and like most returning Connors there isn't a UFO directly involved so that is furious the yeah from what I've heard if they are we live in a plan for a very long time but I just don't know what I just took a lot of those types of encounters and is there a connection between the greys and reptilians are they working together I don't see a whole lot of evidence of that we do feel evidence of the gray is working with the man to a human looking type which are the three main types I guess so I think there's something to that I'm not sure what the hierarchy is but it seems like in some cases the mantis are the ones that are bossing people around but I don't know I don't know the firm Ramon you mentioned that they they wanted to create a an alien human hybrid does he does he believe that that they were successful but he has an alien hybrid son daughter he's concerned about it he doesn't have any direct evidence of that where is you know at least three or four the witness whose in other cases you're on the books do and have met their not only their hundred babies for full grown adults have met them he's not sure about that but he was definitely concerned over human they wanted him to meet with hi he felt like this this is the person who had never been set on earth at all but look basically human I'm not really concerned but there's no direct evidence but other than that he has had his biological material taken that they've created his own you know hybrid baby did he present any other physical evidence to use scars implants anything like that well you know he does have some evidence in terms of medical reactions yeah he went to the doctor and the doctor told him a video that surgery which he denied the doctor who now I've got you know three surgical scars here I.

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"connors" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

06:09 min | 2 years ago

"connors" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Many of whom have had fully conscious and Connors I totally support the use of hypnosis research this subject I know what works if you don't work talk to a lot of people who've had a ton of referred people but we can this always brings up questions of false memory syndrome and constabulary sin and things like that we can lay that to rest most of the conflicts but pretty much all of them have no hypnosis involved at all and they're still reporting the same thing kind of stories were good we're getting under plot of regression are there are there's other commonalities that cut across all of these case studies all fifteen are there or are they all unique all different each one has different elements there's some very unusual account that's something that always surprises me is that if the company very strange and unusual have unique elements for sure but yeah there are absolutely commonalities from that are very well known I think even outside of the UFO community such as when a person is taken on board a UFO it's not unusual for them report small rounded room I hear about a lot are usually very clean and follow some sterile with the white walls are silver walls also indirect lighting so that's pretty much universal one thing that did surprise me is no flooding the on board account how people describe inside of these objects well the viewscreen the portholes and almost universally people said that they didn't see any window frames or anything like that and instead of the wall section of it or sometimes entire craft itself would turn completely transparent I had a couple of women who say you know it's like walking inside the wonder woman's claim the thing was just completely transparent usually a central column the center of the craft you can change five sometimes much bigger than it appears from the outside of the sort of thing with definitely turn up again and again and did they consider their experience as an abduction or do they consider just contact I would say for the most part it's adoptions you know people take a different tradition of the phenomena I was looking at that to fifteen cases in this book this one guy was pretty sure you're dealing with sort of the moniker evil greatest another I was convinced of that at his sector dealing with graves and yeah duction but only a few short this is a very negative phenomena most are pretty neutral about it some of you feel pretty friendly and that is why I was invited on board so definitely not an induction and are they do they tend to be repeat encounters in other words these are ongoing contacts there were objections ward are they one off how does that work warily one awful that certainly does happen there are complications like that for sure about usually known for a lifetime thanks there's one guy I interviewed Ramon hi his local here to southern California and when he was like five years old since nineteen fifty four so fifty three he had the gumption right outside his home the basic Hansen dam is five years old it was followed by a three four other productions that week and it started lifetime experiences that gone on throughout his entire life he's seventy three now and I still haven't experiences so yeah I can be on going for sure in does he find the does he find this experience disturbing is does he does he try to fight it off has he accepted it what is the state of mind is emotional state remotest one kind of feels like she's dealing with unpleasant evil graves we had a hard time from the beginning you know H. five he's he and his friends were outside playing and for the latest UFO shows up figures the figures inside of it and this thing lance bass of Hanson bam they'll run up to it suddenly realize this is something very unusual and they'll take off except for Ramon who actually climbed up on top of this thing find an opening and goes inside and this is how it all started for him yeah three or four experiences remember what was going on thirteen point five thing though is the chair the dentist like chair that's another thing I should mention something here often is not necessarily being laid on a table before put in something that resembles my dentist's chair and that's certainly what he described describing physically examined and so he fought it off as best as we could but it was just a kid continue on through the teenage years finally he was you know getting having a rough time have a teenager getting involved with Dan reason you know activity like that we want to get away from into joining the marine and was sent to camp Pendleton had crazy encounters with the military there with what appeared to be rescuing humanoid I don't want to get into that for a long involved case but that.

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"connors" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

07:31 min | 2 years ago

"connors" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"To the live real Connors there's a lot of noise right now and a lot of shouting out there about vaping and electronic cigarettes and health issues and of course we've got government officials who just immediately alleges van that and ban them and van madam will control the sum of control that well how about we make an informed decision as a people and and actually make that decision based on facts and science and not fear into that and we're joined by Dr Moira Gilchrest with Philip Morris international it was one of the leaders in developing some of these E. cigarette technologies and you know I wanted to write to these calls because a lot of you have my questions alright Dr so here's on Edward in all the is first appear on WMAL had we're yeah welcome thank you for answering my question very simple is second hand vapour anything in any way harmful to people in this the media surrounding steps that simply all I went and I read everything up yeah it's a good one thanks for the question what about a doctor so here here's what I would advise as a scientist I think and the science is clear that using an electronic cigarettes or other smoke free product in a place where you would be using anyway a cigarette is a much better choice we would not advise people to use these products in a place where they wouldn't normally smoke it makes it makes sense and to to follow that kind of approach and so yeah use it if you were it would anyway use a cigarette but don't use it to future if you wouldn't be using a cigarette whether there are some jurisdictions who have outlawed even smoking a cigarette you know outside are at a park words open air based on health considerations I mean is is secondhand vape armed it is it appropriately considered as harmful as the secondhand smoke is currently considered so again what the sign shoes is that the the error sold it appears in the air is is contains very very low levels of of chemicals and when you compare that to what what's called environmental tobacco smoke is completely different but at the same time people should follow the law they should follow what is your and your local jurisdiction says about using these products if you were going to use a cigarette in in an indoor environment and you've been much faster to use an electronic cigarette hi gene in Fairfax is next up on WMAL hello gene what's your question hi Larry that you kill bill Chris thanks for taking my call a few months ago I heard a lot of reports on WMAL another station that there were a lot of hospitalizations from the folks mostly use using your product but our other baby products but I heard once or twice that it was because these folks were using some kind of he ate the oil and that was clogging up there once but I never heard anything else about it and all of the report yeah you give me any information about that thanks Jeanne I appreciate that doctor what about about these wheels leader added to or or included in these cartridges yeah well first of all you know the there were some very very tragic incidences that happened over the course of the the late summer and into the fall and I think you know that that really indicates that we need to be paying attention to the signs be paying attention to what people are are actually vaping that CDC and FDA have come out very strongly lately to say that yes the the culprit in this case appears to be teaching and vaping products that are contaminated with something called vitamin E. oil and you know as a scientist I'm I'm horrified that anybody would be inhaling oil into their longs your your your lungs are absolutely not meant to absorb oil so it looks like these unfortunate and tragic cases have been caused by illicit sprawled out the word when one should never have been inhaled all right and I'd I like to do Debbie in Gaithersburg here Debbie your next up on WMAL yes can you talk more about this vitamin E. I. understated either ask the toner ascertain that is not in the products that are legal but mostly in the black market products that are causing the never to be inhaled and this is the products that are causing all the straight in date yeah thank you Debbie you do you do hear a lot about these added ingredients that is actually contributing to lung diseases is is that mostly just this this oil additive that that shouldn't be there well yes this is what CDC is saying and if you could take several releases lately that and that identifies it to mean the acetate this is the name of the compound as the the culprit behind these these cases and and let's be clear legal nicotine containing cigarettes do not contain vitamin E. acetate it's it's totally to do with the illicit supply it's either a black market or some sort of attitude at the Jule product the you are most familiar with Dr is there a way to add something or or or I guess add on to the product it was some sort of third party kind of thing or the jewel product contains of the you can't do that to do with is not my company's products I'm sorry they said people get confused I'm sorry it is not our product but you know looking as I do as an observer at the product design I think you would be extremely difficult to to add something like that to mean acetate to to any cartridge based electronic cigarettes so it would be more for those those vague the the big vaping things that you buy if some of these other business which I have friends who use those two were you sort of mix around kind of thing right but here's the thing oil and nicotine and at twenty cigarettes and liquids do not mix together so people actually use different devices to vaporize oils light and teach the oil and is the addition of this which means the acetate oil into those types of devices that yeah instead of being called causing the problem real fast I wanna get one more in here if I can Janet Loudon county has a really good question and I'm specifically with regard to the nicotine aspect right Janet yes I'm a very I don't I have a little bit to fall and has recently switched from cigarettes to jewel and I was wondering first kind of it comes in the with the four pods and out back and I'm wondering how that equates to a pack of cigarettes and the reason I ask is because there is no smoking in my house so when my husband would smoke you go out to the garage or you know go outside or whatever well now that he's not smoking any should be paying it is death and hell be working and he's a being and and I contend that he's actually dating more than ever smoke I think because it doesn't have to go out to the garage okay you going through these hard like crazy okay so I'm wondering you know what to think what's the nicotine consequence of that is that right bad in and of itself thanks Janet yeah let let's try to get to that get a doctor can you just wait with us for one more minute answer that question course I appreciate okay doctor go Chris days with us it's at four twenty six way to check in with that Rodriguez in the hit the carpet cleaning traffic.

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"connors" Discussed on Talk Nerdy to Me

Talk Nerdy to Me

07:33 min | 2 years ago

"connors" Discussed on Talk Nerdy to Me

"Have come in and like. Hey we're doing this show was about this you really all right. Great so is Very much having delayed just come up with like voices like on the fly And I'm like that you get into the booth and For anime you could process on call like on Agr and Like you'll have headphones and you'll have like two monitors in front of you one. We'll have the footage of the show and they have a script and Meal PREVIEW IT LINE BY LINE. And then you'll have these beep beep beep beep and then we're the imaginary beep is where he would start talking. So you'll usually preview it Japanese I with the beep system and then you'll come in In English to the performance. And sometimes if you're lucky aquitaine recorded before you and you can play off other times. It's like Kinda like according to evacuate Having a good director was really important so they can kind of look at the big picture and like direct you there. What's going to work for the scene? It's like it's Super Fun and Super Challenge. How hard is it to match up the mouth flaps on the the doves It's it can be pretty difficult like Depending on the animation style. And how are sometimes you get more generic flaps that just kind of like open and close definitely like Nicer animation is more specific mouth movements. So it depends on that mixed with how the script is written movements and you have like an e sound where like in like a closed off would-be or something. It's not really. It'll it could be weird. So there's like a lot of soccers come into but Matching slots and like eighty dollars also a technical skills. The more you do the bike got on it and it it. Kinda gets easier. So how does that differ from doing audiobooks for? You're just reading from the page. Yeah it's it's completely different. It's a completely different beast because you can really read whatever you want for audio books. You can take your time when you want. You don't have to worry about like matching timing or pre existing like mouth movements or even like the look like because While they had like descriptors you can kind of audiobooks. Like put your own spin on a and you know what people nation anyway so if anything your voice is like Mall Inc or two. I kinda pictured character to you. You are the founder of sound cadence studios Can you tell us what goes on there? What services they provide cracked We do a lot of Different Talk Sylviane media dubbing for Annan as video games We'd you I'm according to prelims shows like Ruby Properties and episode raised which came out We also Do you like. Strip legalisation audio. Mastering blow all kinds of gets you also have a few screenwriter and casting director credits Is that a lot. That's the other side of the booth. How much different is that from? Giving voice to the characters yeah It's like a like a well rounded picture Because he usually like when you're in the actor and you're just like okay like I only know like what the drivers telling me like. What like like my character script and whatnot but when you're on the other side you're director and you have to kind of Keep in mind like the full picture of the project. Whatever may be and then working with actors like being A director who's also an actor like I feel like can communicate more clearly and be like. Oh let me more energy on that motivation or give me more. Hey girl on that line where somebody acted before and they're trying to join actor they might be giving looking more like Oh. Give me more table with a side of orange and actors like that so You'll definitely helps with on the collaborating. Because I'm very strong proponent of like directing often in collaboration between the actor director and the engineer it being like a team process And then also just like having like the full picture and might be like okay like this. Needs to be fed. This way because of the responsiveness cancer and was not recorded yet. So there's a lot there's a lot more I feel like the full the full details when when you're done golf. I'm sure it does help you to be a better better on both sides. Actually yeah absolutely. It's great because I get to see a bunch of really talented actress work and like. Oh my gosh what they do that. Like work with them and then also just Not like be in my own head about stuff like if like directly. Hey again it's not always because like delivery was like bad. It's just like sometimes with the project means for people who want recorded yet. Who also are a big proponent of 'cause playing in I know you like the cause play some of your own characters. Can you tell me you're working on a costly for any of your parents actors? Now yes I wanna I WANNA make this joke It's I haven't had time but the next one that's on my list. I'm very excited about it. You do a lot of the pieces yourself at home Yeah I usually on make them On from scratch or Like sometimes like I'll buy like pre existing pieces of article of clothing and modified on. It just depends on like what it is like what is like the most time efficient way to go about it if you were able to be in any licensed Movie Anime TV series. Whatever what would you pick I would love to be in anything Final fantasy related anything related anything goodwill wings related. I love get news. I just really wanted to be an else And then It's not it hasn't been done yet but I would love to be in Sinar. That's that's one of my favorite shows ever though so if they're looking and listening to this maybe they please Do you have any upcoming work that you can tell us about this not covered under NDA As of right now I think everything's like been That I can't talk about has been out so on the borderlands three. Please play that I play the female psycho and it was amazing and try and And then as for like Status I have directed Actors Zones Connection Sonali just Came out which was on a Simul for automation that we did it so please please take good beams and then we dubbed all the songs for broadcast. So that's also really I mean I have. I know you're busy so I just have one more question. It's more of a serious toned question and I'm just GonNa pose a to ride away in. The question is cake or Pie. It's it's really hard Well I I'm really sensitive to meet so we'll skip on the cake and go with the pilot because there's.

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"connors" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"connors" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"Mike Connors Mike this week's question comes from Theresa she said Mike my friend said I can get a do it yourself will care online do you think that's a good idea for sure they see a lawyer Mike I was into this up and let you go okay well one thing it's a bad idea number two we've probably made more money or fees with on line wheels because of the screw ups that could happen you know it's it's it's not as simple as many people thank you sign a well when you sign a will if it's not like if you fill out the form it's good when you sign a well it's witnessed by two people who should be willing to testify in court that they signed a will in accordance with the laws of the state of New York so you know sometimes people sign a well maybe they have a son they haven't seen in twenty years or a disabled child and you know they they signed one of these will kids and it looks fine and then a court appointed lawyer comes gets involved in any wants interview the witnesses to the well and the witnesses to the well we're not sure what they signed when they signed it you know wills not just a riding you fill out the form and it looks good will as a writing witnessed by two people who are willing to testify in court that they witnessed will sign in accordance with law as a state of New York it's not just a simple form and mistakes can happen and in some cases do you really want a house let's say to go through probate that may not go through probate or go to a disabled child who you want to leave a certain amount to an end you just didn't quite get it right you know don't screw up will do it right yeah and I found personally friends the best way to handle that is to call Connors and Solomon they walked us through the setting up of our wills and I gotta tell your friends they made it simple but they made it easy to understand and I couldn't of asked for just more care and compassion and as we were walking through that so I really recommend what Mike is telling you here's.

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"connors" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"connors" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Website Connors and Solomon dot com it's the A. M. nine seventy weather answer forecast today will become very windy with times of clouds and sunshine those winds could gust of fifty miles per hour times the hind itself you're fifty before temperatures slowly falls the forties later the clear to partly cloudy blustery and much colder tonight though twenty two with wind chills in the single digits sunshine windy and cold tomorrow high thirty one windshield no better than teens Saturday cloudy and cold was snow in the afternoon high thirty seven that snow will change the sleet and rain late Saturday of the city along the coast the change will be delayed until early Saturday night Dylan weather can be one to three inches of snow accumulating I have nine seventy the answer get a whole new perspective on ram fifteen hundred and ram heavy duty motor trend's back to back truck of the year at the ram start something new sales event no during owner appreciation month financing eleven thousand to fifty in total values on the twenty nineteen ram fifteen hundred classic big one crew cab Korean for great deals during the ram start something new sales event financing for well qualified buyers to Chrysler capital not all buyers will qualify the combined value package items residency restrictions apply to delivery from dealer stock by two three twenty twenty you may easing what's the secret are you sick number three sixty smart he chooses the comfort on his side to side we feel great can help keep you sleep center their movements and a chance to keep us both comfortable all night I don't think it's a secret anymore now save a thousand dollars on the queen's the number three sixty special editions market now only seventeen ninety nine plus free premium delivery out also when you add a ends Monday find your local sleep number store go to sleep number dot com right it's Jamie progresses number one number two employee leave a message at the Hey Jamie it's me Jamie this is your daily pep talk I know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your acappella group Matt harmony but you will bounce back I mean you're the guy always helping people find coverage options with the name your.

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"connors" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"connors" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Much keeprite force god god bless let me go to Jimmy Jimmy Connors are Albert I'm sorry from Virginia Hey our yes Sir I want to ask you on I've got some money in a traditional IRA and I'll be seventy seven next week so it's getting like to tell you know I want somebody what it told me when I was younger I'm sorry but I'm not well I never found out about it tell it was too late but I do have some money and now and then a bank account at all it's getting like two percent and so the money I've got it and the bank account we I feel like maybe I could do bottle well you could do better by it is it is it is that the issue is you've got to understand that you don't want to invest money that you might need so if it's money in the bank that's kind of an emergency savings Feng the you're going to use from time to time you don't want to invest that you have no choice but to leave that in the bank because if you investigate you may have to take some of it out when the market down and that would be a very good thing so what you might be doing the best you can if it's not long term money yeah not really no native twenty nine I mean I've I've got all the money but I'll tell you what let me get in the stock market concern evident to lay yeah well I think that would be okay as long as you can leave it alone and forget about it I wouldn't still wouldn't want you to take a lot of risk but certainly you could you know look at a couple lots of utility companies utility stocks and not that would be good relatively you know it's not quite as volatile or some other things and pays some dividend I might give you an annual yield of about four percent as opposed to that two percent and have an opportunity to grow and that might be something that you could consider well I appreciate it thank you a lot all right Albert okay to call god bless hi folks six ten three six three eleven ten you work your call if you're walking to do or six seven three six three eleven ten six ten three six three eleven ten and out also our social media if you have a question you can.

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"connors" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"connors" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"Of Connors and solving law firm you know they're the best people on planet earth when it comes to a state care and elder law well here's the thing this week's question comes from jail she says Mister Connors my dad wants to make a new will leaving everything to me and my sister mom passed away a few years ago I have one brother whom we have not spoken to in nearly ten years can he claim any of that the state signed Joe but he say to Jill Mike yes he can if dad makes new well and the world has to go through probate it'll have to go through probate if that has as its in his name along when he passes away let's see has the deed to the house of the deed is in his name alone to sell a house the other two kids are going to have to go through probate which means the estranged son would have to be officially notified given an opportunity to contest the will in court so in in this point well we'd like to do is recommend to Dan did he do with trust so we don't have to go through probate and the strain son doesn't have to be contacted legally all right cell in it you know it these types of things are very tricky and you may have a strange relatives you may have the relationships that reconcile and because of that it's important to constantly kind of be in the state of understanding what your current will says and Mike how often do you recommend people take a look at their will and make sure that it's up to date with what they do you know really what their wishes to be well you should look at it every few years I mean it doesn't cost anything to look at your will make sure it's what you want you know because sometimes we have people you know they did well thirty years ago and they've they've got their brothers executor maybe it's time there forty year old son or daughter should be the executor that's an example plus tax laws have changed dramatically and you know of course a lot of people did will twenty thirty years ago they all nothing and and now they have substantial assets maybe we need to do some tax planning to get a look at the circumstance he was there and you know the circumstances change makes total sense when you did that Rachel and so forth and so on makes total sense if if friends if you need to take a look at your will or maybe.

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"connors" Discussed on Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

11:53 min | 2 years ago

"connors" Discussed on Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

"Let's say that you you're just coming to someone cold and it's a one out of ten versus someone who's like your best friend is attend attend when you come through that referral channel you know you're looking at you're you're you're starting out of the gate like seven or eight so you're already coming in someone's rory Rung Bell for you if talked about how good you are in they've teed it up so if you extrapolate the numbers on just even leaving just a the people that have been on your podcast now think about that those fifty people the average person they say has a hundred and fifty people out of in your tribe that's kind of an old number that was run by forget the guy's name now there's a big study done but recently they're saying nowadays most people have around two hundred people so you know if you WanNa do the math you know hypothetically speaking you you think about those fifty people in let's just go back to let's even just say let me have a hundred people you've now exponentially expanded your network to reach of roughly five hundred people five thousand five thousand one I'm talking about find my math skills so out of the gate even just your show forget about your direct networks I suggest that you have five thousand contacts that potentially could help you move the needle in whatever it is that you might need so I forgot where I was going with that but I think he got the you get the idea yeah yeah no it's true it's true and all this stuff I think was was it's in some ways it's been there all along because I understood for example back even back in my insurance days I understood with certain people was dealing with if I wanted to get to them the best way to get to them was through somebody who already works with them or knows them personally and would be willing to make that introduction but in terms of asking that was not that was not a category intervening like not knowing how to or being specific enough well probably more along the lines of not knowing how to I would say which you know we we can we can get into that but I I think you know it's it's good to it this is one of the reasons I decided to take you up on doing that work wise was I was like you know there's GonNa be something even the even though I've I've written a book on this stuff the the the the the the best professionals are always taking steps to move slightly higher you know to try and get one more Ed than you previously had and so I appreciate that and it and it certainly it certainly makes me reflect on how I do what yeah I'm glad to hear that we can all learn you know even though my certification is a governing body. They're still stuff that I'M GONNA learn in that I will incorporate right into you know when there's continuing ed or maybe even just in future courses so I'm I'm hoping you know there's starting again it almost goes back two elite performers just in anything whether it's sports or even in business they all have coaches Lebron James He's got a coach he's got a trainer all these people are all CEO's they all have coaches that people that are bringing to them at different perspective or keeping them grounded or or giving them new information so we can learn exactly so I wanted to share this with you at as as a result of going through workwise I came up with some goals and just just so people can hear they can ill we can illustrate the point here and then I'd like to hear yours take on them and maybe we can ask a few questions and see if some of the are realistic shortsighted whatever the case may be I'd love to hear so the way I do it is you know I my goals are always focused around things that are within my control so the only person hi can blame if they don't get done as me right good so far so good yeah so you know the the racing I have three weekly goals in three monthly goals and these all have to do with publicity spreading awareness building my list building my connections buildings I might the people that I know and I can reach out to and so forth and so on so the first one is you know I I have a minimum of two news do interviews on my show per week right and that's that's taken from the fact that I've been have I been doing two or more interviews week for the last six to seven months consistently so impressive Jesse now I mean that's not an easy thing to do so Kudos to you on that well I thank you if it wasn't templates and that's what I figured out I probably wouldn't be able to but so there's that then what I'm this one is is actually much more much trickier for me I'm trying to I'm working towards getting three new appearances is on someone else's show and that can be a podcast it could be radio TV it could be a blog whatever per week and snow this tomorrow I go to Idaho got my first TV appearance which is great but I but apart from that you know I and have anything and so I'm well I take that back I do have I got one over the weekend and I forgot to put that in there so we'll start coming out of the gate if you number one from blog standpoint there's something that you've written that relates to adding value and anything networking related I would Alan Jere have you write something on our on our block we get a lot of traction on there so at supplement might be able to help you and even you can write about this you can write about your Eric even you know so hopefully that helps you with one there other people that you can reach out to that have been on your show I would almost go back to that have to each and every one of them share the goals that you haven't asked them who they know that they can put you in touch with don't ask if they know because if you ask an if question you know you're GonNa get yes or no in everyone's automatic default is no just test it so you got to overcome that and give them a who do you know so you can now you've overridden yes or no and you've given them the opportunity to get right to you've already told them that you know they know somebody because they do though it's a matter of you know who do you know looking for two or three people and if they give George Three people that were for you what Nice Okay Yeah well I I'm grateful for that for that generous offer and I'd and there's another example of something I had you know it would be something I would I would eventually probably figure that out about nine months from now so you've just a bunch of time you know what that's what networks do when you have these networks they help things I love Michelle till's Letterman is she's fantastic she's written a bunch of books on on networking been on my show but I love I a user code all the time I think it's even in the course where we you've got you develop out would you develop these networks they make things happen for you faster easier and better already been you know why not reach out to someone else who's already has twenty years of certain experience if you have access to them you'll get the learn within seconds or minutes what's taken them twenty years though yeah and you've got that network you've built the network as far as I'm concerned Ball you've got everything at the tip of your fingers it's just a matter of accessing that part good and when we started this conversation you know you talked about being forget how you worded it but it was like a super connector or strategic connector I forgot exactly the wording but I don't think most people understand what what that needs so you know net workers what they are they're essentially like you're an information broker you're person that occupies a key role in a social network by connecting despair groups of people Oh so superconductors those people that serve people in their networks by connecting them others so think about all the people that you've connected all the people that you've helped out and again I would challenge you to go back to ask them you know about you know let them know in your situation is in this you know these are my goals how can you assist me in these bowls yeah yeah no that's good good thank you for that I I I agree that's in fact that's a lot of what I'd tell that's how I tried to describe strategic connections is I'm basically delivering a prequalified prospect right straight to your door are so that's shrinks the sale cycle for you where are you cut out you cut out the the strategy you cut out the marketing you cut out if you gotta go outbound trade shows or networking or whatever you cut out the phone calls you cut out the pursuit prospecting I'm taking all the way to the closing point and all you got do is is shut the door right now I'll give you another one do you know do you know Laurie social capital you might know social capitalist so on that's another one so I think that that is someone that you might WanNa talk to she's got a good acids all about relationships and how to develop this social capital which is right in line with what your messages also yeah so gear coming right out of the gate again is just having a conversation and I hope that that your listeners it you know we all have access it's all sitting at the tip of our fingers it's just a matter of have you built a strong enough relationship with someone got deep enough with that number one that they can trust you and that they feel that not only do they trust you trust is transferable because can put their name Bahaji though spending a couple of extra minutes getting to know people adding some value then again when it comes time for you to need something response no as opposed to ally don't or but you know what I don't talk to this person because they might know someone who knows somebody I know I yeah it's it's it is it's in the question to me always balls back to can we a step back enough from ourselves to to realize there's a lot more opportunity in front of us than than we think because we tend to get tunnel vision you know after a while if you if you're not sure of what to do and then on top of that you're not aware that you're not sure what to do.

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"connors" Discussed on Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

12:22 min | 2 years ago

"connors" Discussed on Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

"Of the Network Wise Program which is aimed at Hell nothing people accelerate and build and grow their relationships now this is going to be a bit of a mentoring episode almost Adam has been doing this a lot longer than I have he's somebody would consider a mentor and friend but also he does the same thing that I do and in this we're going to exemplify for you how abundance man Talapity is so critical to successful networking so this episode is helpful for you I want you to share it with anybody you know who really values doing business through personal relationships and connections with others because they're gonNa hear some great ideas on how to move the needle forward on their businesses and please don't forget to head over to itunes leave us a five star rating in a review and now let's get started and learn about how to have relationship goals Adam Connors well we are back at it again on influence or networking secrets and our guest today is Adam Connors creator of the network wise course and host of its opponents podcast Adams as social architect and we're GonNa get into what that means but like me he's a power House Strategic Connector Adam thank you so much for joining us and welcome to the show my friend man I've been looking forward to it I just wanted to hear your voice savings my name I feel like now I've made it in life you feel a degree of legitimacy do you I I totally do I appreciate your kind words boards and We'll go ahead I'm sorry I cut you off oh I was just going to say not to worry if you if you're feeling a degree of legitimacy will soon dispense with that if it's up to me so it gets Adam you've gotta I WanNa get into your background here a little bit you you know you and I both come from the professions of finance asset growth protection and that kind of thing and that is one of the the groups that I feel that I can speak to the most authoritatively but but the reason I I I I like to speak to them is because the people in both finance insurance wherever you wherever you're you're applying your trade you have to understand how much how much more valuable relationships are you're then you're you're technical knowledge of you know interest rates mortgages whatever that may be anyway we're going to get into that but the first thing I always like to do at him as if you wouldn't mind sharing a little bit of your back story and all that in your own words well it's a boring guy no in all seriousness I think I'd like to think that my background's pretty interesting being that you touched upon financial services have spent a decent amount of time in but I've had the good fortune of being able to be in a bunch of other different industries as well everything from including neuro technology cannabis insurance of work in a bunch of really interesting structured finance which again falls under the Financial Services umbrella but it's kind of its own special niche niche if you will career coaching of at a resume writing but really interesting things and I've got a decent modem of success and at the end of the day each and every success that I've ever had or experienced isn't it China low it's the result of just these amazing people that I've been fortunate enough to surround myself with so I mean as I'm sure you're gonNA test ed similar experiences there's really nothing that you do by yourself and I know at least for my in my situation definitely the nothing by myself it's really other than surrounding myself with top shelf people and no as for me personally I mean a serial entrepreneur at heart and I've been involved a number like I was saying these industries and I have held a variety of different roles mostly in like a principal officer or founder capacity Oh and of a podcast called conversations with the Congress but but so what I did I kind of combined everything that I had done and created an organization called network wise in for lack of a better term we are is a networking content company essentially we've created gold standard or the governing body of what it means to build world-class relation church so that's my entire focus and that's what I'm doing just having opportunities to speak with awesome people like yourself and try to kind of keep people kind of have the right mindset in to show them the way to build he's world-class relationship so they can expedite outcomes positive outcomes in their loss yeah no well and that's that's the whole thrust of of the show of this show influence our networking secrets what what I what I really want people to to catch here is to a double edged sword if you will one and is this is how influencers network right and the other one is is the the network of influence answers right that that the show everybody who comes onto the show in other words is building an expanding influence somehow sometimes it's through their their their their command of connecting with people that always plays a role and other times they do it through both through that and also through what they do right we have a lot of people that I've been establishing relationships recently who are not only doing it personally but they are actually of a sufficient degree of understanding of the tech world that they have ways of creating in creating opportunities for it to happen digitally as well and so anyway that's that's what we're always looking to highlight so that's that's great and enjoying it upon all of the content that you upload every day I see it on facebook and linked in most frequently but there's a lot of good value out there and of course we're going to have links to all of what you do in the shout so everybody can delve into that but this episode I've seen this Hashtag on probably on instagram's where I saw it at him and it's it's the Hashtag relationship goals and I just thought to use it as a bit of a play on words because you know what they're talking about their when they use that is usually has to do with your romantic relationships I could use some of what we teach for your romantic relationships but what I want people to see here is something that I got from going through your course work wise we're going to have links to that as well And you made you emphasized quantifying goals and objectives with respect to you know you're you're in person your personal marketing platform So you know this this I assume is is something you've arrived at from for many years of doing it and I'm curious to know what difference it's made for you to have those goals and objectives written down you know that is a great point actually in a really good question I'm I'm personally at a point where this is this has become a habit for me this has become just second nature for me so these days do I have specific quantifiable network goals no Mike overarching goal is actually to be available resource to the austerity of others however in the beginning because what you're doing when when you're kind of developing this way of thinking because it's really a mindset is a way of thinking you're developing skill set and you need in order to do this changing behaviors because a lot of times this networking it's not we're not naturally inclined to do this do not almost like riding a bike naturally inclined to do it but you know once you learn how to do it then it becomes second major so goals are really the idea behind setting goals is to you know again quantifiable goals is for a variety of reasons you know I just to kind of reinforce what you're doing so avas settlement of goals in terms of how many people you're going to connect with or how many people you're going to connect to other people or things that you're going to do for other people that's going to get you back into that it because that's the that's what we're trying to do we're trying to teach you how to make this networking mindset habit because all as much as you'd like to think that you've created your success as a result of you it's not it's a result of your habits in your habits or create your result Joe so I I love the saying by Thomas Carlyle Man Without a goal ship without a rudder so if you don't have this goal you don't know where you're going so it's good a set some goals follow them and you'll be able to Kinda get on that path or or idolizer I'm sure you've heard in the founder of being I he said you can't hit a goal that you are aiming for so again how do you do this if you don't have set some goals if you don't set them up you know from the beginning yeah yeah well and this is something Adam that I know people don't have the reason I know is because I started out just like that I didn't know what my goal was when I went out to lunch and chamber meetings and stuff like that I only do that I had to do it right that was that was my goal was to do it but what happened over time was I started to see this this continual continually increasing level of success from it I you know I I I would get one little opportunity here and there but over time particularly the when I began to incorporate social media into it they started coming at me left right and center now as as this evolved and I became something of a of a I developed something of a reputation as big networker in in the city where I live one day a mentor of mine told me you know you should actually do a presentation on this stuff and and when I present said people started coming up to me and saying I've never thought about doing what you recommend there but I'm I'm I'm interested to try it so and the results came back it over whelming Lee positive and so it just it just gave me ample proof right that people were they were they were going they were they were getting step one right they were showing up for meetings but they weren't showing up there with a very with a very strict intention a very clearly defined reason they were just doing it because that's what people do you know when you're in business you you go out and make yourself available and make public appearances but doc beyond that most people don't really know what to do they don't I mean everybody tells you all you know you gotta go network in networking is so important but nobody teaches how to do it and a lot of people say oh you know it's common sense will you know common sense is now so common in less and less commonly practised so I'm glad to hear that you did that I'm glad to hear that you're sharing that because you'd be surprised it also at what levels you know the people that I have worked with it really don't understand and it's just not their fault you know they they've experienced success because they're so good at one particular thing but guess what.

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"connors" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"connors" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Connors was Kevin Joseph Allah wishes I love it Aloysius yes he tried out different names before becoming known as Chuck he tried out lefty he tried out stretch and he ended up choosing the name Chuck because when he first played baseball when he played first base he would yell to the pitcher check it to me baby check it to me that ruined part of what Chuck Connors he played for the Celtics yes now wait a minute okay let's pause you just said he was a baseball player he sells Celtics and then he left the Celtics to join the Brooklyn Dodgers in forty nine he also joined the cubs in fifty one I know swoon we can all agree on Chuck Connors guys we guys but this didn't put this in your pipe and smoke set Chuck Connors was the first professional basketball player to break the back board is the original Shaq V. original shack you know why because he's Chuck freaking Connors that's why wait why do we just have to take notes what are you have to take notes I'm already challenge we knew already sold you guys have just a bunch of pansies as you're like life coach is now you guys have rocks at its pediatricians while Connors did you know I learned I'm okay Jerry Seinfeld is the most masculine example either George yeah Jordan yes see normal any of those people up my Kramer me okay no no absolutely not listen Chuck Connors would say to these people you had an opportunity to turn yourselves in let me play that clip for it because this is a this is from one of the episodes of the rifleman right he's standing there with their share he was even the share he's standing there with the sheriff any catch a couple of bad guys who'd handed down and out beat down to somebody that.

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"connors" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"connors" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"You know, he has to fight you up to the guys in front of them. I can't blame him. But you know, with Connors notified, Donald if you know, if a computer not gonna fight Tony's gonna fight duct. And then that leaves L should I look, and you're I'm sure that he thought he was going to get that Connor fight. And now, it's not looking like it. So who knows I'm sorry. He's a he's a liar. There's no way he makes he makes he's he could tell houses for all year and make what he makes them one five. So if he wants to go and work out, soft and. How do you feel about the top of your way class because it does seem like there was a lot of guys who deserve big fights deserve to be fighting for belts. And there's just so much uncertainty. Maybe tomorrow, we'll find out more when they have this hearing. But it does feel like this guy like Ferguson, not guaranteed tell shot. Does this all make your head hurt? Are you frustrated? Do you feel like there's a ceiling there that it's going to be very hard to break through? Yeah. I think so, but you know, again with this sport, it's all about how you win in the way if I do in it's going to be spectacular. There's no other way to it. So that that is a lot for you. But I, you know, politics, I haven't been manager. So I can I can take that to the Bank and to know that if I deserve fight, and I'm going to get it. What by the way? What about your coach Trevor Wittman on the broadcast last week? I dare I loved it. I loved it. Yeah. He was great. Nice addition is that gonna be has told us that like a permanent thing. I don't know anything. Yeah. I think it's moving away. Okay. Wow. Good for him. I shit church. Sure. All right. Well this. I mean, you've versus Barbosa. I don't know if you've seen some of the reaction to it the fans just foaming at the mouth when this fight was announced. So I'm not really sure yes. I'm not really sure what's at stake in this fight. I don't I don't really know if you're fighting number one content all the stuff, but just from like a pure action standpoint. And I hate to say this. But I feel compelled to say I see no way that this fight is boring. You know, it's like one of the I feel like we say that about all of your fights. If I'm being honest, but this one in particular. Take that to the Bank for me. This is big for me. I'm represents you know, stupid and quarters. I'm writing representing the United States of America. I've always wanted to fight guys different countries. And this is the best Brazil to offer. I will be carrying American flag with me to the cage and knock them out. I'll be I'll have wrap around my shoulder. 'cause that's what I got in this for two to be the best in the world. And that that is the best from other countries. That's not something you typically do right? I've never thought someone from a different culture. Really? I guess I fought Paula. W w. Now you've lived in America for quite a while. Right. And other than that, it was all Americans. Louis for me. No. He was Brazilian. But again, I was at a different fine for different reasons at that time. Okay. What do you for now? Well, I mean again from day one it was to be the best the world, but you know, to be the best of the world you have to be in the US's. So my objective, then was not was to win victory and go to see..

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"connors" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"connors" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"You know, he has to fight you up to the guys in front of them. I can't blame him. But you know, with Connors notified, Donald if you know, if a computer not gonna fight Tony's gonna fight duct. And then that leaves L should I look, and you're I'm sure that he thought he was going to get that Connor fight. And now, it's not looking like it. So who knows I'm sorry. He's a he's a liar. There's no way he makes he makes he's he could tell houses for all year and make what he makes them one five. So if he wants to go and work out, soft and. How do you feel about the top of your way class because it does seem like there was a lot of guys who deserve big fights deserve to be fighting for belts. And there's just so much uncertainty. Maybe tomorrow, we'll find out more when they have this hearing. But it does feel like this guy like Ferguson, not guaranteed tell shot. Does this all make your head hurt? Are you frustrated? Do you feel like there's a ceiling there that it's going to be very hard to break through? Yeah. I think so, but you know, again with this sport, it's all about how you win in the way if I do in it's going to be spectacular. There's no other way to it. So that that is a lot for you. But I, you know, politics, I haven't been manager. So I can I can take that to the Bank and to know that if I deserve fight, and I'm going to get it. What by the way? What about your coach Trevor Wittman on the broadcast last week? I dare I loved it. I loved it. Yeah. He was great. Nice addition is that gonna be has told us that like a permanent thing. I don't know anything. Yeah. I think it's moving away. Okay. Wow. Good for him. I shit church. Sure. All right. Well this. I mean, you've versus Barbosa. I don't know if you've seen some of the reaction to it the fans just foaming at the mouth when this fight was announced. So I'm not really sure yes. I'm not really sure what's at stake in this fight. I don't I don't really know if you're fighting number one content all the stuff, but just from like a pure action standpoint. And I hate to say this. But I feel compelled to say I see no way that this fight is boring. You know, it's like one of the I feel like we say that about all of your fights. If I'm being honest, but this one in particular. Take that to the Bank for me. This is big for me. I'm represents you know, stupid and quarters. I'm writing representing the United States of America. I've always wanted to fight guys different countries. And this is the best Brazil to offer. I will be carrying American flag with me to the cage and knock them out. I'll be I'll have wrap around my shoulder. 'cause that's what I got in this for two to be the best in the world. And that that is the best from other countries. That's not something you typically do right? I've never thought someone from a different culture. Really? I guess I fought Paula. W w. Now you've lived in America for quite a while. Right. And other than that, it was all Americans. Louis for me. No. He was Brazilian. But again, I was at a different fine for different reasons at that time. Okay. What do you for now? Well, I mean again from day one it was to be the best the world, but you know, to be the best of the world you have to be in the US's. So my objective, then was not was to win victory and go to see..

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