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Senate rejects GOP motion to declare Trump impeachment trial unconstitutional

Todd and Don

00:51 sec | 3 hrs ago

Senate rejects GOP motion to declare Trump impeachment trial unconstitutional

"Getting real estate. Listen the last minute the Senate is moving forward with an impeachment trial of the former President Donald J. Trump. After Republican Challenge to you know how constitutional this is. The Senate rejected emotion from Kentucky Republican Rand Paul declaring an impeachment trial of former president Trump unconstitutional as of noon last Wednesday. Donald Trump holds none of the positions listed in the Constitution. He's a private citizen. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer calls that analysis flat out wrong. The theory that the Senate can try former officials would amount to a constitutional get out of jail free card. But just five Republicans joined Democrats to dismiss the point of order a strong signal it Lee 17 Republican senators would not join Democrats that convict Trump of the article charging him with incitement of insurrection related to the deadly January 6th try it.

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Austin Hostage Standoff Leaves 2 Dead

Todd and Don

00:22 sec | 3 hrs ago

Austin Hostage Standoff Leaves 2 Dead

"Boston Police are investigating a SWAT standoff that started yesterday when police got a call of a barricaded person with a gun at the Children's Medical group building. Hostages were believed to be inside. The standoff lasted about six hours before a SWAT robot with sent inside the building. Police located two dead bodies. He identities are not yet known.

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Chelsea Coaching Carousel Continues

ESPN FC

05:23 min | 1 d ago

Chelsea Coaching Carousel Continues

"Lampard site as chelsea the stevie nicks and don hutchinson here to discuss that decision. St let's start simply showy. Was it fair. i don't think he's fear. No the problem is that we're talking about a club that's not normal. We're talking about club that regardless of the name of the manager regardless of the cv yelich or experience or whatever it may be when you lose so many games You don't get a chance to to get back your way. You may have been before you lose games. You lose your job. That's kind of their immortal. And so frank just falls into the into the spot where others before him. Have you lose goodbye. don't they. Size it in the statement. They weren't saying any particular progress under lampard fair. I think that's fair. I do think though he should not have been more time. Try and get his way out about for me to goodful missile and such distances all full still in the last sixteen. The jump zeke's but there's a couple of performances at the end of last season stall will season not worried that three down against west brom come back to three three sat on in game. Gema chelsea will unbelievable for forty five minutes and fought in southampton that drew dot three three will hang towards the end of the game so this being being games where he got himself into goodful. There's one periods on november december. Where the at the most clean sheets in the league and there was sitting On december the fifth on never had them is titled favorites. I didn't get carried away. And nor did frank on each Will not ready for title challenge. Anatomy bottle molested performance. Really worried may done. thousand tuna. Lost lostock could easily have been five six. But i still think you know if you'll wrote abramovich annual no the board of directors at chelsea. You must understand that. Frank lampard chelsea is going to have a difficult time. It's just not gonna come into legend and tried to call plate while cloth Lots in in a pet quality ola and marino. It's going to be difficult for him so when you are in difficult times. I would've thought. I would shut him a little bit loyalty and more only little bit patients and if it didn't work out in a month salmon chelsea was still in his position then tell them to stop in time and just seems a little bit off. What was it. What was the last straw. Well not not the luton game because they wanted strange when you suck someone to win we even. If it's in the autumn of to hold up in the league for example. I think he's an accumulation of things like the boys of said. The results haven't been good enough. He's the manager of the abramovich era with the lowest point tally per game again which is just not good enough. It's not good enough the performances that they've put the way they played no identity and we at the end of january. Now no patterns of plano star. There's nothing you can see really in the game. They played too many defeats sunday in the last six weeks and i think he also pays the difficult relationship behind with marina. Grownups difficult relationship that he had some of the dressing room. Certainly the fight. That tim of hobbies have failed so far to establish themselves in. That team is also on him. He can argue that he wanted can ride. I didn't think the team was balanced. He needed a bit more time. Whatever excuses he can come up with. I think overall is just not good enough and and we've seen in the past sake managers who've won great things like marino konchalovsky and keeping some like sorry like to finish the season and finished with with with a trophy as well for he must have. It was the right time to change and to bring much to what you don. I'm not hearing of drought. Jody morris a texas I wouldn't i wouldn't bombard the Text because a frat will be hutton. And so so. We'll jody morris But front knows. I think he's he said dot stipends not nice disappointed in raleigh saw. I'm not just go back to the bigger picture dot unless i'm naive. When you see other gonna solve show on your say mccullough frontline pod come into the league expected to win the premier league. Expect to get close to wouldn't jump. His legs latte is so difficult and you say we'll all these. I mean. this guy was going to be cycling. They when they failed to qualify for the last sixteen of the jump zig and went out ridiculously early on bodily as well or not. it was under pressure. Walk two months ago. An authentic turn things around episodes slowly. All he's not sitting tilt the league's just think a little bit of patients unfortunately talked about chelsea and night on any monitor patients when they win the league a win the very biggest these japanese. They still pull the trigger. Do you think he's biggest. Mistake has been the when you go and spend so much money on attacking players and you come to the halfway stage of the season. Nobody knows what your front four is going to be. Then i think. I if i'm looking at that from their point of view swirl ho ho long do we give this guy t saw how we're going to go forward because right now you've probably got what seven or eight players vying for four squats and we have had every single combination and we still don't know come come saturday afternoon. Who's going to. Who's going to step forward and plan that front force. Or i would suggest that's been his biggest mistake.

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Moderna says COVID vaccine should work on UK, South Africa strains

Todd and Don

00:39 sec | 2 d ago

Moderna says COVID vaccine should work on UK, South Africa strains

"The dirtiest says the couple. 19 vaccine works against the newly emerged strains of this virus. Moderna, makers of one of the two Corona virus vaccines developed under the Trump Administration's operation Warp. Speed, says it's studies now show their product is fully effective against two new strains of the novel coronavirus that have become more prevalent. These strains are now found worldwide. But were first identified in both the UK and South Africa. Moderna says the vaccine had the same effectiveness against one of the strains. And while it was slightly less effective against the other, it was still above the threshold for working to protect patients. Evan Brown Fox News, All right,

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Orange County’s 2nd ‘super’ COVID-19 vaccination site opens in Aliso Viejo

KNX Programming

00:58 sec | 3 d ago

Orange County’s 2nd ‘super’ COVID-19 vaccination site opens in Aliso Viejo

"Site Now open in Orange County. This one is in the southern part of the OC Soka University and ELISA Vallejo, where thousands of vaccinations vaccinations can can be be administered administered each each day. day. The The issue issue is is with with the the supply. supply. Mike Mike Petro Petro is is with with the the Orange Orange County County Fire Fire Authority, Authority, please please that that we we understand understand the the difficulties difficulties in in getting getting those those appointments. appointments. We ask that you continue to bear with us as we seek out as Dr trial mentioned, and the board of Supervisors is Looking toward the state to provide more vaccines here to Orange County. Here's Orange County Supervisor Don Wagner. When Orange County does get an allocation, roughly 80% go to private sites. Only 20% comes to us in the county. The county has done a very good job in vaccinating as many people as possible. With what we're given. George Kenny's other Super side is Disneyland that open 10 days ago. Right now, they're only vaccinating health care workers. People over 65 law enforcement who work in a high risk settings. Emily Bell, Dez Kay Next 10 70 news radio Kick medicine

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Vermont teacher who made Sanders’ mittens says she’s all out

Bloomberg Opinion

00:23 sec | 3 d ago

Vermont teacher who made Sanders’ mittens says she’s all out

"Who designed the iconic mittens that Senator Bernie Sanders were during the presidential inauguration, says she sold out Jen Ellis made the smitten sh that Sanders war in the viral photo and took to Twitter to break the news. She says she's delighted the Vermont senator, don them at the event, but unfortunately, she has no more mittens for sale. The hand knitted item is a mix between mittens and a sweater

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Amid muted response from Seattle City Hall, more weekend protests possible

Talking Real Money with Don McDonald and Tom Cock

01:41 min | 3 d ago

Amid muted response from Seattle City Hall, more weekend protests possible

"Protests could be on the way to Seattle this weekend. Now, critics of the mayor and the City Council want to know why City Hall's not coming out much stronger against the mayhem comes. Jonathan Chou has the story The other night was pretty bad. Community activist Victoria Beach remains critical of their Jenny Durkin and Council members Andrew Lewis and Lisa Herbold hiding since they only sent email responses condemning the the trail trail of of destruction destruction left left by by protesters protesters Wednesday Wednesday evening. evening. I I don't don't want want to to hear hear email. email. I I don't don't want want to to hear hear something something red red come come out. out. Show Show your your face face and and say say it. it. Each Each wanted wanted a a stronger stronger response response with a press conference or statements on their social media platforms. I don't want to give all the details away of our conversation. But she knows is after speaking with the mayor could be something's happening behind the scenes in response to plan protest this weekend. She does want to make a move and we're going to support her. That's all beach could share for now, out of respect for their conversations, So we also reach out to the mayor to find out what that means. But no response. In the council did not get back to us either. I think the mayor needs to be front and center attorney Scott Lindsay of Seattle's former public safety advisor and says personal fear could be a factor. And one of the reasons for this leadership vacuum The mayor very unfortunately and upsetting to me, faced many instances of Protests, attacks graffiti, small acts of vandalism at her personal residence and this past summer. It also happened to some council members. Let's be crystal clear that is in attempt at physical intimidation, and that's why we need to stop them. They cannot bully us says even if city leaders do not speak out, neighbors and business owners should be prepared for anything. Almost

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NFL gives vaccinated health care workers free Super Bowl tickets

Todd and Don

00:50 sec | 5 d ago

NFL gives vaccinated health care workers free Super Bowl tickets

"Is giving 7500 free Super Bowl tickets to vaccinated health care workers. Had the league made that announcement this morning. This year's Super Bowl will be in Tampa. So officials say most of the health care workers will be from central Florida. However, all 32 teams will get to pick some vaccinated workers from the community to go and attend as well. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said. We hope in a small way that this initiative will inspire our country and recognize these true American heroes. Now in additional 14,500 fans will be allowed into the stadium for the Super Bowl. And they've been talking about some of the details of the tickets. You know, like going for 78 $9000 each and you gotta buy a group of four. I mean, the demand is gonna be incredible, but the supply is low, so His ticket you're gonna be are not gonna be cheap on the secondary market for sure. Oh, no, they

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"Offence Matters" to Jon Love

Chatter that Matters

03:27 min | 5 d ago

"Offence Matters" to Jon Love

"So john. Love the beginning of every podcast. I asked my guests what word matters most and why so. Let's begin there. So i'll use the were offense and i'll tell you that. In a period of crisis where negative news abounds the hardest thing to do is to wake up every morning and get on your toes in lead you to be bogged down with the negativity of the moment and lord knows twenty twenty. We've had it between covid and trump and all of the other brexit on everything all this negative stimulus. What's fundamental is to get up and be able to be positive to play offense to move forward and that's true with your personal self your attitude your relationships your professional self. It covers the whole gap. Look back at twenty twenty. And don't say i'm glad it's over. What did i like. what did i learn. What am i benefit from. What was the highlight of twenty twenty and think about how you can use twenty twenty to map out what you might like to do in twenty twenty one and obviously we're off to a tough start twenty one. I mean lockdowns. Brutal that said where some positivity because negative energy always is takes away from us. Play offense think pod look forward. It's fantastic advice to begin with. And speaking of the beginnings your beginnings i read an article about you and you said a book your dad if there was a deal to be done don would be there. Tell me a little bit more about your dad and would influence is he had in your life. Father was a builder builder. Businesses builder relationships And he had great. Values was an eternal optimist. He was always playing offense and you know he offered many lessons to me into the rest of our family and to those around him he taught a whole generation of real estate young inspiring real estate executives. Who all went on to do interesting things. So what's that lake following your dad shoes talking just about what he built but the impression he made on so many people there. You're now his son. What's it like to be that a son of someone that has had such an impression knowing that you also want to walk your own path. I think know the challenge for every child of a successful parent is trying to find their own way and to me that starts with the enemy is always the enemy within and so we have to have our own off conference so that. We're not always seeking validation for me. I started my business career as a retail stockbroker. Which turned out to be a pretty good idea at the time first of all. You get gratification. Or not every day when you know what your commissions are but that validation over my almost five years as a retail stockbroker in edmonton taught me that in fact you know i could be successful in my own right and took the monkey of a successful off my back

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‘Celebrating America’: Katy Perry, Bruce Springsteen, Foo Fighters Rock Inauguration Concert

Daily Pop

02:36 min | 5 d ago

‘Celebrating America’: Katy Perry, Bruce Springsteen, Foo Fighters Rock Inauguration Concert

"Yesterday was historic and we are still on a high from the satement. So here are a few of our favorite moments from inauguration day don let winston katy perry was the last one. Listen who is your favorite performance of the night. Just let katy perry connoisseur to got all the fireworks and the glitz and glamour. So i am one of those people who like a show stopping moment. And i feel like for me. That was pretty amazing but to c. J. lo singing next to the first female vice president of color women of color in a department head situation. There's a music in my ear into women. Singing here is one of the most things i've ever seen in my life. I it was all really good. I have to say i really felt like the reformers i thought demi levato did a really really good job. I was really pleased to see her performance. Justin timberlake i mean no matter what happens that man is just attractive and talented right like he always does a good job and obviously lady gaga. You guys the voice on that woman. It's really not a joke. It's like she. is that talented. I just really enjoyed the whole celebration. America and the day was so fantastic. But i was just like. I don't know. I was like on cloud nine says in this happy mood and even if it was just for a night i just i love the positivity love the feeling the energy and i do feel like there's a lot of pressure on President bided and vice president harris to really try to bring this country together. But you know what. It's a good star. I just love the feeling words of the music. I love that. All the songs and florida georgia line saying with tim mcgraw and the whole unified song. And it's just you know. I really hope that. I really hope this is the start to a more unified country because we definitely need that for sure.

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Amanda Gorman makes history as youngest known inaugural poet

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:44 min | 6 d ago

Amanda Gorman makes history as youngest known inaugural poet

"There was a lot of star power on that inaugural stage today couple of ex-presidents the entire political leadership of the united states recording artists who've sold a couple of million albums but a star was also born today though she was already a star to those who know and love her her name is amanda gorman. She is twenty two. A graduate of harvard raised in los angeles by a single mom. She has a twin sister. And perhaps i failed to mention. She is the first youth poet laureate of the united states listening to her. Today it was clear. The united states had chosen. Well we will not marta back to what was but moved to shelby a country that is bruised but whole benevolence but bold fierce and free we will not be turned around or interrupted by intimidation. Because we know our inaction in ursa will be the inheritance of the the next next generation. generation. Our Our blenders blenders become become their their burdens. burdens. But But one one thing thing is is certain certain if if emerged emerged merc- merc- with the might and might with right the love becomes our legacy in change our children's birthright so. Let us leave behind the country barrett than one we were left with every breath from my bronze pounded chest. We will raise this wounded world into a wondrous one we will buys from the gold lind hills of the west we will rise from. The wind swept northeast or forefathers. I realized revolution. We will rise from the lake rim cities of the mid western states. Who will buy it from the baked. South we will rebuild reconcile and recover. An every nook of our nation in every corner called our country our people diverse and beautiful will merge battered in beautiful. When day comes we step out of the shade of flame and unafraid. The new don blooms Free it's for. There was always lights if only were brave enough to see if only were were brave brave enough enough to to be be in. in. Amanda gorman the youth poet laureate of the united states at twenty two having today made history as the youngest person ever to address a presidential inauguration. She has much history of her own to make. We have a few years before we figure out who's going to speak at her

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Hall of Fame pitcher Don Sutton dies at 75

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

00:08 sec | 6 d ago

Hall of Fame pitcher Don Sutton dies at 75

"Hall of fame. Pitcher don sutton is passed away at the age of seventy five in his career. He won three hundred twenty four games at a three point to sixty or

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Inauguration Day parade scaled down over security, COVID-19 concerns

Todd and Don

00:23 sec | Last week

Inauguration Day parade scaled down over security, COVID-19 concerns

"Joe Biden will be sworn in today as the next president of the United States, along with Kamala Harris. Between the ongoing covert pandemic and unprecedented security officials do say this is gonna look a lot of different lot of it'll be virtualized more than 25,000. National Guard members are deployed to our nation's capital to help with security that traditional parade inaugural balls. They've all been switched of virtual

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Los Angeles Dodger Hall Of Fame Pitcher Don Sutton Dies At 75

Mornings on Maine Street

00:16 sec | Last week

Los Angeles Dodger Hall Of Fame Pitcher Don Sutton Dies At 75

"Fame pitcher and longtime Atlanta Braves broadcaster Don Sutton died yesterday at the age of 75. Sutton was a four time All Star and pitch for the Dodgers, Astros, Brewers, athletics and Angels. He had a career record of 3 24 and 2 56, and he retired in 1988. You can find more

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Don Sutton, Hall of Fame pitcher for Los Angeles Dodgers, has died at 75

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:16 sec | Last week

Don Sutton, Hall of Fame pitcher for Los Angeles Dodgers, has died at 75

"News from Southern California Hall of Fame pitcher Don Sutton died in his sleep. He was 75 sudden pitch 23 seasons 16 of them with the L. A Dodgers won 324 games had a career E R a of

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Don Sutton, Hall of Fame Right-Hander, Is Dead at 75

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:16 sec | Last week

Don Sutton, Hall of Fame Right-Hander, Is Dead at 75

"Fame pitcher Don Sutton passes away at the age of 75, The right hander won 324 games in his career, primarily with the Los Angeles Dodgers, but also with four other clubs. Sutton was also a part of the Nationals broadcast team in 2007 and in 2000 and eight NFL. The

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HOW TO DEVELOP THE #1 SKILL TO BECOME GREAT AT SALES

The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling

07:02 min | Last week

HOW TO DEVELOP THE #1 SKILL TO BECOME GREAT AT SALES

"What do we do with sales people. Aren't we like professional communicators and communication a performance and we have good days bad days. Good calls bad calls and we tend to fall into traps. Talk too much. Listen to little here things. We want to hear say things. We want to say that we're gonna talk about today. We've got an expert on this. Someone who's focused on helping sales reps and he now works in enablement and i think that is an overlooked part of the company sometimes just administration. I understand that but other times it's coaching training. Developing us helping us become better. I think you going to enjoy this conversation. And let's get right into it. Hey aaron welcome to the show way getting started gives a little background on yourself fussy. Thanks for having me on massey finals. Brian videos for very very long time. You will keep your leafy suburbs somewhere to look into fine My name's erin evans. I work for an organization called global. Data will the. Uk's fastest growing business intelligence company. My history is very much in sales. Enablement be look after the south function in For global data which is about four hundred and fifty people globally. I spent the nas thirteen years. Doing it always wants to sell in sales apron before it was cool with south ableman bs. That's that's a bit about me. Yeah it kind of had where everyone kind of unified around that term. What what was it called before then at least in your experience like missed a plate spinner basically is like a bit of every here to give it to him. He'll get it done exactly. He was like you will the cats Yeah my background. At a spice. My expertise is south. Trading south coaching probably more towards south coaching than anything else big believer in coaching. But yeah many everything from you know. Being the conduit between products marketing silos all the development or the coaching. All the training. That takes place. But when you're looking at off the four hundred fifty people between to do enough different hats and often absorb different responsibilities as well. And what interested you in that. Role versus staying in product development marketing or going directly as a route. Well it was in silence. I was in south not for too long but it was. It was really interesting station. I worked for was a huge multinational corporate. I started selling. And then i started helping people while i was selling very quickly realized that i was probably about helping people. Don i wasn't selling right. I was particularly bad at selling. I'm so very quickly. They transitioned into a raw which was a management role but then they realize that actually we can sort of scope this rolling out and get you dig more support trading coaching the rest of the organization. This value dana. So a love silos obsessively not cells. I left communication in general You know what can up so happy to wear the sows hot sometimes. But not not just the prospect of your head spring of the pillow every morning and your jaw assault job is to make some better than they were yesterday. And what what more do you want to do in life right. It's like it's such a such bonds in silence as well. It becomes even more interesting sign. And what do you think that came from was something through school or sports or growing up. Or i think of. I've always been obsessed communication since i can remember. Actually since i was a very very small chart have always been really interested in communication. How people talk the psychology of talking. I realized quite quickly that he he simplify certain things. If he can say things in a certain way you can get people to buy it and you can get people to do things differently and that fascinated me and a genuine and driven by helping people making people better as well seeking if you like the people because automating doug like you have to plaster smaller. You're facing your but particularly if you like people that that it becomes great and it gets for me like where wherever we've got a kick is working with young people because we're teaching them siles right. You don't really what you're teaching them. As communication you see every aspect of their life get better for being able to communicate better For me it's such a body such a kick out of it when you see people doing better in life. it's not just better in sales. And i'm not trying to kind of desperately scrape the nobility of what i do. I genuinely feel like you make people better human beings by making the better communicating. And what are they typically bad at as far as communication is it what they say is that they don't stop saying it or is it they they not using and understanding the other person's perspective so really really good question. She is a question are really enjoy answering. Because i think there's a multitude of different things in its light as well particularly as people progressing sales. When first starting cells you've got this obstruction of thousands. Which would you pick up the phone. Just talk people nights. It's really really far from that. Listening is the biggest one. I think the probably about fifty percent of most sales problems or sales organizations problems is both internally and externally in inability to listen correct. I think on top of that. It's taking quite complex ideas and stripping awhile the nonsense making it really easy for people to see value Get into the speed about value. Really quickly people see. Value quickly is really important but also another big thing is questioning. I think i think people really sold to people buy something from themselves if you can facilitate that process re fantastic questioning. Which in large part is listening. Then you've got the kind of burdens of a real quality. Salesperson person who saw real quality communicates notice people stay in sales. They progress as they become managers coaches. Ceo's directors unite and dot communication pc son critical. And when you meet a rap how do you go about determining where they are in their development. The first thing. I check for his credibility. If someone isn't coach -able you basically get spend the next hour banging your head against a brick wall so i'd like to ask a lot of meta cognition questions to get them thinking about thinking on getting them to explain how they think about things and very quickly you can get insight into how comfortable they are so to give some practical examples to your listeners. One of the best ways of doing this sparring listening in the interview stage as sporting country. But it's to be stage because somebody's comfortable you leftover lemon for the next six months. You know however long. Isn't he get rid of him right

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What a Newbie Needs to do

Tim Andersen, The Appraiser's Advocate Podcast

05:20 min | Last week

What a Newbie Needs to do

"Hi thanks for sitting down with me. Today tim anderson here the appraisers advocate. And in this podcast. We're going to talk about the skills a newbie should bring to the job hunt a little. While ago i engaged in a very unscientific search for what newbie should bring to the table. I asked a bunch of my fellow. Appraisers what they felt a newbie should have in order to attract an employer in order to attract a supervisor mentor. What we're going to go through today is basically a summary of those remember. Not everyone of the eas will apply in every case further. Some of these a newbie. Just won't have without some experience. But the point is a lot of these are learnable. The new can get if that newbie is willing to go to the time and effort to get them. So let's get into it in no particular order. The first one was listening skills in other words the appraiser the newbie needs to understand what it is. The client needs not what it is. The client wants further listening skills had to do with listening to the mentor. Listening to the supervisor. This is clearly part of learning his also part of critical thinking because the newbie quite frankly and gaining experience needs to understand through listening through critical thinking whether what the supervisor is teaching is right wrong or indifferent. let's face it some supervisors. Some mentors aren't very good. at teaching. Some are superb. Next would be delegation the appraiser must understand what is minutia and what is important and therefore leave them in you show alone now. Clearly a newbie is going to be working on a lot of the minutia. That's how the new learns but the point is we can't lit perfect. Get in the way of don. That's what delegation means. Another one was attention to detail. Meaning time management and personal integrity. The attention to detail has to do with deadlines. Every job comes with a deadline. If you can't meet it then don't take the job. If you take the job thinking you can meet it but it turns out for whatever reason you can't then professional honesty professional integrity says you get in touch with the client and you say so to see what the client wants to do. This is what keeps the client. Happy not so much that the client gets the number client wants but the client understands what's going on with the appraisal. What's going on with the appraiser. It's also a sign of personal integrity to admit an error and then worked to overcome it so attention to detail was the very most important one. Indeed of all the people. I talked to attention to detail. Time management and personal integrity came up right at the top. Another really important. One was tech savvy in other words. The appraiser understands how to use the computer understands. Math understands finance now in understanding the computer this basically means understanding how to working word quickly had a work in excel up to and including log functions and pivot tables which quite frankly are rather advanced concepts but not difficult to learn because it's not necessary to learn the math behind them. The computer does all that the appraiser needs to understand what present value is in other words the six functions of a dollar without understanding that it's difficult to learn the more advanced concepts of appraising then the appraiser has got to understand. Mls how to do an mls search properly how to narrow an mls search down properly. So that the only thing under analysis our properties more or less like it's properties comparable to the subjec- the appraiser the newbie needs to be responsible and adaptive responsible. Goes back to the work work ethic week. We talked about adaptive means. There's more than one way to solve a problem. Don't get dependent on that one way. Learn other ways to solve a problem. Someone who can who can see and then solve a problem is a lot more important to an organization than merely someone who can see a problem so the key here is being able to solve problems. Part of work ethic is putting in the hours not only on the job but on education as well. I'm not talking so much about formal college education. I'm talking about the kind of education you have to do to know how to use. Mls to know how to use excel. Yes i'm also talking about continuing education. Some continuing education. Frankly isn't very good. Some is superb. Therefore part of work ethic part of being responsible and adaptive is doing research to find out those continuing education classes that are worth the effort that are worth the time that are worth the trouble to make the movie more attractive to a supervisor or a mentor.

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"don i" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

04:21 min | 4 months ago

"don i" Discussed on Broken Record

"Flying around and Charlie play something that makes Keith play something make nick place something something that will make Ronnie place something. And they're so quick and there's so much listening and it's so improvised and it's so much fun. Now they have a ball when they play. Great. Tell me about tell me about the show in one thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, four. What was it like seeing them back then? I didn't know anything about it. Man No one knew who they were nineteen in February nineteen, sixty, four, Marci she submit that the Beatles, had just been on Sullivan. Sir Everyone was totally into this whole notion of English groups coming over and here's another Beatles kind of group and they played the Olympia Stadium in Detroit, which hockey arena never made me three hundred people in a place that held eighteen thousand. A couple of a couple of weeks. Later, they were there on lead Solomon. Another huge how would you say your relationship to music has changed from the tiny recovered from the time that you were in your mom's car and you heard that saxophone How is your relationship to music change to today? There's maybe a little bit of awareness of of the. The backbone behind what you're what you see but. The impact is still exactly the same, but there's a lot of research about the. Neurological implications music that the part of the brain that processes music is, is there originally so you could communicate with babies It's pre language communication. So like a mother cruise to a baby. Oh, look at the. Music those are intervals. Intervals are repeated discovered cultures all over the world. Same thing it's a baby. But once she learned to speak you know by the time you three years old. Maybe. Close at area of the brain now, we closed down nineteen twenty active synapses. By the time we're or something like that because we we can't have mall open and we keep open the synoptic pathways that we use me keep the music one open. Arise at I. Think it's because Conversational language no matter how articulate. Deep you get with it still fails to convey the full depth of our inner emotional lights. That's why we have art because you have to convert. Emotions to another medium in order to communicate that somebody and great art is made by someone who who's is willing to dig deep inside and take something even starting to make some really uncomfortable on really. Cares not. Bring that out. In some way and share with other people so that when they receive it. It puts them in touch with their lives. So anything that brings you some understanding of what's going on inside of you anything but even just bring she comfort for three minutes. It's action amazing thing to to offer to people. So I just know that. Before I was making music I was impacted by music and. It's my soul and made life bearable and it's nothing has changed. I just have a little bit of insight into how you you can get that. From, the artist to delicious still all magic in all, it's a big soccer mystery. Were so lucky that we get to feel that on a regular basis I super fortune were due. To great way to spend your. Life. You can hear all of our favorite don was related tracks on a playlist. We created for this episode at Broken Record PODCASTS DOT com, and be sure to check out our youtube channel where you can find all of our past episodes and also some great bonus material. You can subscribe at Youtube, dot com slash broken pock. Broken record is produced help from Jason Gambrill meal bell, Leah Rose Eric, Sander, and Martine Gonzales, for Pushkin Industries. Theme Music Spec any beats thanks for listening. I'm Justin Richmond..

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"don i" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

07:13 min | 4 months ago

"don i" Discussed on Broken Record

"She left me in the car wicky second play with the radio. Reception. Instead of messing with the dial and on weakens, the local R&B Station, W. H. B. which simulcast the local jazz station. W. C. HD. And I and I landed on the station I didn't know anything about it but landed on the station. I came in just the saxophone. Solo of a song that I live and learn was called for job Joe Henderson the Saxophone Solos Begin. And I could hear like about notes and it wasn't about instruments guy talking to me and he was anguished. And so as I as as stuck driving around with my mom. I. Totally relate. Right about twenty seconds later, the Drummer Joe Chambers by the way we just we signed to blue note, he's making a new album. As we speak Joe. Chambers, such kicking in with two screws and Johanneson. Kind of falls into place and then start swinging and he's mollified by the group and the statement that came through to me from listening to music although not necessarily in these words was don you've got to groove in the face of adversity? And sure enough man when my mom came back to the car is a nice kit again, I was happy. Music. Spoke to me and change my frame of mind one, hundred, eighty degrees. That's fourteen would hit me. But I didn't know that I like the music a lot. So it was on a the broadcast on FM all the time and back then you had to go out of your way to listen to buy a special radio. So. I got. A mecham portable radio on started listen to the jazz station and I found a a lot of the music. I liked was coming from this one little label out of New York. Records. And I wanted to know more about US started collecting record looking at him. There's no Internet. You can just look at all the coverage. So our friends, we just get on buses and go record start a record store. And back in those days, every record store was minnows like a mom and pop store and the the the stock reflected tastes of owning, and so you try different ones at different stores and. I remember once calling around and finding out that there's a copy of Larry. Young album called unity. Luna classic that there was one on the east side of Detroit and we wrote a bus for forty five minutes didn't buy. We just wanted to look at. Liner notes and maybe you could come the owner store into break in the plastic seal unplanned plan some of it for you. So. Assistant trawled not only by the music and the. Message behind the music but by the whole vibe of it and it had great black and white photos of the musicians sitting in smoking weren't cool clothes and I just want to be part of that. I wanted to be in that room and the album covers themselves all designed by Reid miles who really changed the language graphic design. See Infants everywhere now but those covers just made such a strong individual statement. The whole culture around blue note was appealing to me and I found a company my whole life. Right up until two thousand eleven when I was again that same wreckage talk about the records leading situations untruths giant mayor. We had one night off. Read, a singer named Gregory quarter was appearing at a club near Harlem called smoke. So my night off. A Win here and Just. The greatest show I've seen in years I sat through three sets. Ribs drinking coffee and. The next morning I had breakfast with a guy named Dan mccarroll No doubt. He used to be a drummer played with Sheryl Crow Lloyd. Cole. And Somehow. One of the best guys ever break guy and he he worked his way up in at that moment, he was president of Capitol Records. So we're just having breakfast old French and. Right at the end of the breakfast is said, the dance is looks the part of capital. If it is, you should sign the sky but I saw this. As it turns out. UNBEKNOWNST to me Bruce Limbaugh who'd run the label for thirty years was sick and couldn't carry on and they weren't quite sure what they're going to do to keep the ethos alive. There was some talk about just turned into a website that sold catalog and t shirts was. Dan Lewis comfortable with it and I came in with an idea on the day that they were looking for an idea. and. He offered me the job right there in this little diner in New, York? City should. Amazing. So Never aspired to work at a record company. I in fact I never my whole Maho life was devoted to avoiding having a job if I just didn't have to I, never thought about playing or making records being job loss of. Job As fifty eight almost made it. System will offer. So I couldn't say not I walked around for an hour thought about it like. Did you sign Gregory Porter? Those I. For Scholars. Rate Choice. And and then the second I ended up on an airplane with a Lawyer named Kenny hurts known for years and represented Wayne. Shorter. Wait, never WANNA be on blue note again. and. That was that was the second signing. Amazing. So. It's retreated worked at A. I love it. I love doing A loved being a part. Of maintaining the legacy of the company and end extending it. Is Nothing, which I'm sure you've experienced. Time and time again there's nothing quite like a ceiling finding a a young artist and Coming us and you see something build off in new enabled them to grow in into the music heritage. It's just A. Wonderful experience absolutely tell me what do you know about the the beginnings of blue? When was it founded? What's the story of from the beginning founded nineteen, thirty, nine by two? German emigrants. Alfred. Lion Francis. World Food like getting away from hit. Came over here they were totally enamored of black American music just start hanging out listening to it. They were like a jazz club, not a barbeque like A. Chess Club. Join the club and they will talk about records. and. Then their way in was to start recording some of the musicians of. The first record was released in nineteen thirty nine is a meade Lux Lewis and Albert Amazon's. And they just kept going. And it seemed that.

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"don i" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

08:00 min | 4 months ago

"don i" Discussed on Broken Record

"We'd never know and the brakes really never come from where you expect them to come. It's always someone you met along the way to do the thing that's the one just change your life so. MOVED OUT TO LA and started recording the final. Great. How long did you work with bunny? Well we did four albums. Nick Nick of time was the first one we did. And that that changed won a grammy, for album. I think one like five grammys or something I really went from being a pariah. To having worked on a feel like I'm still. Riding the The Wind from Bonnie Raitt. In my sales. You've done a lot of good work in between Alsace. A very special worker mature man suit. She's just such a great arrogance. We'll be back with Rick Rubin and Don was after a quick break. Creators are you tired of being paid and clicks and likes? Social Media, streaming platforms help people find your getting you paid is another story. 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WHOA slow down friend CDW experts can help simplify your transition from legacy to hyper converged infrastructure with Dell technology solutions that offer speed and agility. Have you done it? Is it done yet annette it orchestration by cdw people who get it find out more at cdw dot com slash deltec. Back with more from Don was. Do you think that there's something special that happens when you work with an artist the first time that's different than when you work with them over and over again. Yeah. I mean I think. When you do anything for the first time. You, have. A I think creating and recreating very different neurological process. So the first time it's all creation because share no routine you have no anything new you're. Just Building A. A dynamic. Method working together than to go especially if it's been really successful to back to that same method and try to do it again. Now we actually I think the second record remade after the one after nick of time. Album. Actually have more hits and sold more records. Yeah. Had that Song I can't make you love me on now but we were aware at the time that we had to overcome but we're aware of the phenomenon that we were going back to recreate. methodology for lack of a better term. A? Pattern. That that was set on something previous had. Just. Awesome. Crazy when the Spread. Yeah. I think more often than not went when you catch that wind the healthiest thing to do. is to just start from scratch on the next one is opposed to try to. Instead of trying to part to it. You can't you know one of those things I've learned lately I've been playing live more than ever in my life I've been playing with Bobby. We're young. You did a wonderful show. We got to see play with him. I didn't know that against simply. In Kawai. Oh, right that was a wild night. were. Playing with. Bobby. First of all, you can never play the same set twice and you can I mean like ever you can never put the same list together twice we have one hundred twenty songs to draw from and we really don't repeat anything. Four nights but they're always put together the different combination and on top of that, we never ever ever play the same way choice there might a it's got some moose form to, but you don't know what thing is GonNa get stretched out. I don't know what the the drama is going. GonNa play a different beat. So it doesn't there's no point in playing the same thing. I played last night because everything's going to be different. The one thing really learn but him is that anything but trying to repeat what you did. The previous night is is probably going to get you somewhere. But you also learn to not to worry too much about it. I. Just go out there and play. It's a hard thing to learn is one of the attractions of taken gig up. I was interested obviously in playing with them and implant those songs. But. What I was really interested in. Expanding, fearlessness a wanted to shelf. Consciousness is the enemy of really everything. And I just want to get better at going out there not knowing what I was to do in front of twenty. Five hundred people and just start playing. It's been. It's been great fear but I it it. Obviously has implications in everything that you do in life. And making records I think that's I. Don't stay up. Over what's going to happen the next day I used to get mean I still get nervous before every session it doesn't matter if it's Bob Dylan coming in or something nineteen year old kid making I al because you really don't know. Where but magic thing is gonNA come from We all know how we can make an okay record and our sleep but okay is your enemy man just be good is your enemy how how? How you GONNA make it. Great. Sutton had lightning gotta hit the room and completely out of our control. Totally, out of control, right so. That's terrified. I understand why a lot of musicians on heroin stuffing haven't live with that. This is a tough thing. It's out of our control. So how do you go in deal with that? But I, I used to really IQ my stomach before every session off like where's the magic. GonNa come from today. I don't know but it always comes to varying degrees. Something good always happens you have to, but you got open yourself up. Got To be open to to the same, and we gotta make sure the tapes role when when it? Hits and be patient. You know that's another big part is like just gotTa wait for it to it's like fishing. You know you gotta wait for it to exactly. It's very much like the surfing. The wave. You'RE GONNA get one and it's GonNa. Be Exhilarating when you catch. Yeah. But you don't exactly know.

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"don i" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

07:56 min | 4 months ago

"don i" Discussed on Broken Record

"Started playing but they just they weren't here in the music or just plants. and. He yelled about Hello Dad I'm in jail. Minutes long we put it on a cassette brought the. Sound back it was. Written, recorded and mixed simultaneous. Envy Fedex after we thought that we figured he'd call and say you don't have to. PAY MORE STUFF EVERY Not Course now, this morning the next. Up I want to hear his reaction. When of course he called up union said it's the most wonderful wonderful thing you've ever done. I. Am any wish probably right. It turned out. It's been in like eight different movies. The some denomination for tour. Animation festivals for years is a it was a great lesson in. Not over thinking stuff. Dropping self-consciousness and just having the confidence to go out there and. and. Do Anything. Testimony. Michael's. Tapes that he heard that and recognize the honesty of the thing. Yeah. It's amazing how these things work, what what motivated you to move from being an artist to being a producer. I. Never saw them as disconnected I'm old, but I'm not old enough. I. Remember the Beatles using this using studio as a musical texture said to me they were all one of the same. It was just a as another instrument and I still see it that way. What was the first thing you produce the way it was at your group? But did odd things from Michael of his wife singing and Christina and. Some English groups that was first album? We did all right over. And let me started getting the coach people but the first artist to call me was carly Simon. And she really went out on a limb trike Philip Petty had worked worked on some of his stuff and she was looking for. Younger people to come in few some new blood and she took a real chance on me. And what was the experience like for you? Oh, man Carly Simon. I used to I used to stare at the cover of playing possum right now, and now here I am in her house eating dinner with her it blew my mind and she was she was lovely. I was going to a rough period does in the middle of a divorce and she helped me get an apartment in New York chefs. To the tenants committee and at that time Carly Simon. Queens new. York. Court date with a win. Lim hadn't even have credit card it. She came in. And Got -partment. She was wonderful. Learned a lot more with the two and we still living. So when you still living in Detroit and then you move to New, York. I moved to. New York while I was making a carly Simon got divorced and moved to New York. And then it was an adjustment and I don't think I ever really found my groove in New York a struggling I was doing the same thing I was doing in Detroit approaching the records same but they weren't getting over when it hits. That I had this one experience as. This was a life changer Again hired to produce a band for virgin records in the UK and my wife was did an are urging UK that's that's not matter. Says she was somehow involved in hooking me up called award brothers, three brothers from Barnsley, which is kind of like being from Iowa and the little church where they made these rate. Four Track Demos Great Guitar Bass and drums. And then a bidding war started over them. Now there's all this pressure. Now, you can't go to Barnsley to make a record. These guys gotTA bring them to New York and do it right. So they've never been New York. So get plunked down the middle at it didn't go well on the anarchy guy came in from England. Didn't like what he heard in a cold band out. He took him home. Then call came studio the next day and they were on a plane owned back. For months as harsh. And then they call me in a month they said, well, we're going to do some over here you can. WE'RE NOT GONNA pay for it. But if you if you want, you can fly over on your own diamond. For Hotel. But you can still work on the record when I had nothing gone. So I thought I'll go. So I went over did overdose with for two weeks. Okay, you're back in our good graces. Now, then I didn't hear from him for a month Ben. When they called me said we're GONNA, Start Mixing on this date in the liquor of residential studio in England somewhere again, you can fly over on your own dime if you want and you can do present if you are. So I flew over and it was not going. Well, it's not the right guy to mix the songs good engineer, but he wasn't the right guy and they kept talking about. In Our guy saying, it's not a sound like Don Henley out. There was nothing on any track it sounded like. But finally, I said I'd let me go to La. and. A mixed with lemonade mixed the single with Gregg Ladonna Ladonna who Engineered Don Henley's wreckage of mixture the fly back to New York I'm going to pick up my wife. We're GONNA. Look at heart. Mission, in La. where? So, I took a taxi and get we getting a cab midnight on a Friday I got the to the to to intrigues under my arm for the mix and we get up to the ticket counter and she says would wear the tapes I left him in the trunk of New York taxicab at midnight on a Friday night. And thankfully I kept the receipt ahead, the medallion number, but nothing was going to happen to. Monday and Greg Madani was waiting for Saturday. So. I don't know what to demand. I actually lied to people I said I got mugged. What's the bus terminal called? Transferred. Got Mugged. It to afford hundred hundred. and. Michael Brower and media sound would their transient And used to help you with this and we found a real that had everything but the drums on it. So we had flown over and. Steep for ferone came in and I said, you got a band of brothers you gotta play exactly what he played I. Gave Him. And he learned apart and he overdubbed they all did it for free and I was able to get on a plane Saturday night and Greg Dining. Fine. We'll do it Sunday instead. So I go to the complex Nelson. Yeah. So I go over there to meet Gregory. All right. Well, have a seat, the lounge take A. You in. Eight hours or something to mix it and I'm sitting I got my Walkman and I remember Peter Gabriel's out. So I just come. On playing the song don't give up over and over. And crying we sitting here with a Walkman on crying like. A thought I bottomed out. And while I'm sitting in that lounge because I was working there on. Sunday instead of Saturday when there's a different artists to the other room, Bonnie Raitt Kim and lounge. Met Body Bow and meeting and meeting Bonnie Raitt changed my whole life. So it's a good lesson man how? Would you think everything's going wrong made this really going right. Never, know..

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"don i" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

08:39 min | 4 months ago

"don i" Discussed on Broken Record

"Here's Rick Rubin and Don was who start with Detroit from Detroit. Yeah. Sharon. Osborne Detroit. Fifty two meant I was a teenager in the nineteen sixties, which was a really great time to be in. Detroit you know stooges played at my high school. Wow Bob. Seger played high school George Clinton. And the and they were just called the parliament's then right and there was a five piece vocal group and they came to lip sync just WANNA testify at at my junior high school read of sock hop. So there's incredible music and there is an incredible atmosphere. The after World War Two people from all over the world started heading up there to get jobs in auto factories and they brought their cultures with him and Al kind of going to a you know a a great bizarre every day. You could hear all kinds of music commute all kinds of people. There was something about coming from Detroit back. Then there was no point in putting on any airs. Juneau's a very honest city because everyone's fate was tied to the success of the auto business, but my parents were both teachers. And if auto sales were down, families, move away to find other jobs and layoff teachers and allow barbers, they'd layoff waitresses. And so there's really no point in like lease in a Mercedes to impress people because everyone knew we were all in the same boat and. That was that was something very special about Detroit in that era and I think the music reflects that if you listening to. The people who came out of there to to me. The Godfather. Detroit music is John Lee Hooker? And that's just brutally honest. Incredibly raw stuff without affectation incredible. Lucky lucky that you found yourself there. So Beijing, how the universe the universe plays a role in all of this. It's incredible. What was the world in Detroit like paint a picture of your childhood in. Detroit. I see it in black and white probably because we're watching black and white but I don't see a bright and colorful. a grit to the place. But a warm command. The people who are really nice man is really it's midwestern when it's got the Cohn brothers. Benevolence. By the turban and fish ticketed. So it it's it's not it's not a farm town. Pretty Hip town and and. The culture was great to music was unbelievable and not just in rock and roll. In certain knows about the iron be came out of there but like just on the blue note roster, for example. Is Really inordinate number of musicians from Detroit who ended up recording for blue note it's an incredible jazz scene I feel like there are other industrial places that don't have that legacy is what do you think of specific about what was going on in Detroit particularly that created this? I, think it's the combination of of no bullshit and. Having an incredible number of jobs month period of time but drew people from all over the world. Just, it's just a phenomenon. It was a booming cement. How long did you stay in Detroit a long time? I was Wow. Yes I left in nineteen eighty six. So started making records there. A love, a love recording studios David was buddy partner where he is countable Boyce over actors and todate laid I remember them taking place called United Sound, which is studio word John Lee Hooker. Allen. George Clinton headed locked out from the late seventies, early eighties, and it's still standing by while. And so he? Took down that maybe twelve to watch records, commercials or something. Walking, Dig Room when saw the MIC stands everywhere the cables. And all year, and it just looked like I wanted to spend the rest of my life in Romance. So that got me on early twenties something called the recording institute were American which had started like. Almost like a trade school six week class in recording engineering and they franchised Detroit in the class itself. Wasn't. Looking back on the taught. Each you wrong. So the curriculum meeting work, but it got me in that room united? Sound. And then from there is able to comma guy I don't know any other way to put it A. Guy Named Jack Ten who owned a little eight track studio on top of a warehouse. Near engineer told him. I was a graduate many. And I got an in house able to stem it. Then later that into a West Lake Room called the. The sound sweet and so you on the issue it where aretha recorded. Bob Seger made records out. Kind of jumping and they'd let me go in at midnight and just start making making any kind of records. Good. At that point where you making surely your own stuff are we ready start producing other people not interested was not west stuff was really the first actual record we made it came out and. We were just trying to create a little little microcosm of the music we grew up with. You can hear on our first record, we had rain Kramer from the embassy five Atar we. Marcus Belgrave Great Jazz trumpeter who had found was playing the Charles Magus. Trumpet on. Larry for tangible from George Clinton's organizations plan percussion and meant to amalgamate all sounds to create the vibe of. Period Detroit moby grew up, listening to and I mode still Just do anything we could we had no money to work so that that's a really great thing with you have no bread to work with you have to rely on creativity you can't just hire became to come right some strings to fill up bridge shouldn't make it rise you gotTA. Like find rusty nails and grind them together and put him in pitching a harmonize so. It was it was a great period I long for that period in the way we we were it was an uphill battle who's twenty four tracks studio. There were always two tracks that weren't working. Too. Great and some somehow we came up with an album, the Gunja Michael Zilkha. The own copy called see record had lucy real open up. So he gave us a deal. I think also who else was on the label, the contortions maybe the contortions Yeah Yeah James? White. And the blacks Christina the waitresses. Yeah. It could Krill and the cody Monday where the. The. Foundational artists to the label. I got an email from Michael Zilkha the other day. So stop. Now. He's one stay in touch with him and he he was a Medici man he was great he he just encouraged us to be as different. As we could be my favorite story with him. We record in Detroit he was sending US money in little. DRABS AND He said I want you to send me. Rough mixes every night of what you're doing diesel life my baby's. Well. At that time, you can just like burned files in email I now was working on night Tim said ten in the morning I'd stay up to runoffs in real time, make a cassette and go to Fedex myself and drop it off for him. So he could listen to it the next day. And it got, really tired. So so you said Select let's put an end to this right. So we programmed all these sequences we had laying around with the volume down. So we couldn't hear what we doing. We didn't know what sounds attached or what we we're just banged on them and then acid to David vs said just got there and yell something. and. The Sax player, Dave mcmurray went out there with him and.

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"don i" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

02:00 min | 4 months ago

"don i" Discussed on Broken Record

"don i" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

05:25 min | 5 months ago

"don i" Discussed on The Big Picture

"It is at turns chilling and heart rending and funny and very disturbing. There are moments of this movie that are just broke my heart with how dark they see what they seem to say about young people and you ask a question here that I was asking myself to as I finished the movie, which is you know teenagers learn this behavior from politics or politics from teenagers, and you know what? How does this cycle build itself and how does it sustain itself and you can see it plainly here I mean we literally have a program in almost every state in the union that essentially sponsors the real time. I Don I..

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"don i" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

06:04 min | 8 months ago

"don i" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"I'm not saying I've been consistent with it, but for a long time I've had in my head that the the best way to lose weight is is to do a low carb diet, but I've always struggled. Because I also know that people you know like the French Diet. That's not what they did and they weren't obese and so I've always kind of struggled to reconcile those two facts like I don I. Didn't know how to put that together and so You know last year I definitely I gained a lot of way I a lot of belly fat specifically. And that's when I started reading. hyperloop it again at the blog and read a lot over the years and I started reading it again, and I went through it all and I learned all of his jargon. There's a lot of jargon so that I. could actually you know really read the articles and Kinda start to understand them. And that's what you know in I I had done. in early part of that year I had tried Akito. Diet, and I tried carnivore for a little while and I really wasn't. I wasn't getting the same results of weight. Loss is I did as a twenty five year old as I was as a forty three year old, you know. And so that's when I came up with the idea of just. Doing this diet and instead of. Thinking about the carb angle, thinking really hard about. The types of fats in the amounts of fats in so I started eating this diet Yes I was using starch as a basically a binder as a as a vehicle to consume this highly saturated fat and like. My waistline started to change like in a matter of days. Can you give us some examples of like the meals that you would be eating? Sure, so I mean in the beginning I was literally making croissants. So I I. So what I? What I did was I realized you know the mice? The mice in the Diet were eating. Steer acid, which is, it's the long chain saturated fat. It's in be fat. It's in chocolate. It's in like a lot of things I mean almost all foods have some severe acid, but now it's more concentrated and things like beef and and. And so so what I was doing I was making classic French croissants except I was replacing a lot of the butter with just pure steering acid. That I bought from lab. So this is. Really really really saturated fat while like more than you can get from any natural sources. But I mean, but it was just a classic French. And I was I was making sandwiches while I was eating like two of these croissants sandwiches a day. And you know pretty big sandwiches and. Wine drinker, so I would drink wine at night, and that was kind of it and. So two writers a day. Just just clarified that that's like that's kind of what you eat. That's about what it was and I was kind of alternating back and forth between like some days the other thing about that saturated fat is really satiate, and I think there's physiological reasons that which we can talk about but So. I sorta started alternating between like two meals one day and one meal the next day because I just that hungry. With all of the steering acid I was consuming. It's really kind of feeling. It's actually Kinda like you're like. Wow, that's I've I mean that's the thing I've struggled. My whole life is satiated. You know I've never saw the end of the meal. It's like I just. I JUST WANNA. Keep eating. You know what I mean, but with those, but with that just like. Wow, okay, no I'm done I. can't even I don't even want anymore and like the idea of like. Me Walking away from a half. Empty Plate is not thing that's happened a of. Life so you know it was like all right. This is this is cool something. Something's happening here like this is different and you play. You played with this theory in terms of calories like. Have you looked into calories at all like? Did you did you eat anything? Other than the two sandwiches a day type thing, and did you record just just just a gain gain more information. I have and I think like. I don't believe that I was. I was not like seriously constricting calories at all I. Don't think I mean. So I was drinking I, was drinking wine freely during all of this. And I even cheated a lot the first time, but like so if I was eating, you know two sandwiches in a day. I have it somewhere. I couldn't tell you, but. On those days I was easily consuming. Four thousand calories or more I think. And then maybe sue to the twenty two thousand to twenty five hundred calories on the on the alternate days. I actually retested this. This past winter I haven't published those results yet only because. It was like. I got. It was. There was like I didn't have I left my last job, so I didn't have healthcare I wanted to get my. my blood lipid profiles done in a bunch of other data, but my healthcare didn't. My new healthcare turns out. Didn't kick until March and I started in February and then I came down with this gnarly flew right as I was starting the Diet So. Her numbers were all weird and then. and. Then by the end, it was like the coronavirus shutdown and It's just like a series of like like a series of unfortunate events. So I WANNA really retrial it this This summer with or this summer was like a lot of data. And really try to understand what's going on with like. My blood lipids. I've got this idea that I'm going to. I posted another article in March when I was on the. The.

don I.
"don i" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

06:04 min | 8 months ago

"don i" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"I'm not saying I've been consistent with it, but for a long time I've had in my head that the the best way to lose weight is is to do a low carb diet, but I've always struggled. Because I also know that people you know like the French Diet. That's not what they did and they weren't obese and so I've always kind of struggled to reconcile those two facts like I don I. Didn't know how to put that together and so You know last year I definitely I gained a lot of way I a lot of belly fat specifically. And that's when I started reading. hyperloop it again at the blog and read a lot over the years and I started reading it again, and I went through it all and I learned all of his jargon. There's a lot of jargon so that I. could actually you know really read the articles and Kinda start to understand them. And that's what you know in I I had done. in early part of that year I had tried Akito. Diet, and I tried carnivore for a little while and I really wasn't. I wasn't getting the same results of weight. Loss is I did as a twenty five year old as I was as a forty three year old, you know. And so that's when I came up with the idea of just. Doing this diet and instead of. Thinking about the carb angle, thinking really hard about. The types of fats in the amounts of fats in so I started eating this diet Yes I was using starch as a basically a binder as a as a vehicle to consume this highly saturated fat and like. My waistline started to change like in a matter of days. Can you give us some examples of like the meals that you would be eating? Sure, so I mean in the beginning I was literally making croissants. So I I. So what I? What I did was I realized you know the mice? The mice in the Diet were eating. Steer acid, which is, it's the long chain saturated fat. It's in be fat. It's in chocolate. It's in like a lot of things I mean almost all foods have some severe acid, but now it's more concentrated and things like beef and and. And so so what I was doing I was making classic French croissants except I was replacing a lot of the butter with just pure steering acid. That I bought from lab. So this is. Really really really saturated fat while like more than you can get from any natural sources. But I mean, but it was just a classic French. And I was I was making sandwiches while I was eating like two of these croissants sandwiches a day. And you know pretty big sandwiches and. Wine drinker, so I would drink wine at night, and that was kind of it and. So two writers a day. Just just clarified that that's like that's kind of what you eat. That's about what it was and I was kind of alternating back and forth between like some days the other thing about that saturated fat is really satiate, and I think there's physiological reasons that which we can talk about but So. I sorta started alternating between like two meals one day and one meal the next day because I just that hungry. With all of the steering acid I was consuming. It's really kind of feeling. It's actually Kinda like you're like. Wow, that's I've I mean that's the thing I've struggled. My whole life is satiated. You know I've never saw the end of the meal. It's like I just. I JUST WANNA. Keep eating. You know what I mean, but with those, but with that just like. Wow, okay, no I'm done I. can't even I don't even want anymore and like the idea of like. Me Walking away from a half. Empty Plate is not thing that's happened a of. Life so you know it was like all right. This is this is cool something. Something's happening here like this is different and you play. You played with this theory in terms of calories like. Have you looked into calories at all like? Did you did you eat anything? Other than the two sandwiches a day type thing, and did you record just just just a gain gain more information. I have and I think like. I don't believe that I was. I was not like seriously constricting calories at all I. Don't think I mean. So I was drinking I, was drinking wine freely during all of this. And I even cheated a lot the first time, but like so if I was eating, you know two sandwiches in a day. I have it somewhere. I couldn't tell you, but. On those days I was easily consuming. Four thousand calories or more I think. And then maybe sue to the twenty two thousand to twenty five hundred calories on the on the alternate days. I actually retested this. This past winter I haven't published those results yet only because. It was like. I got. It was. There was like I didn't have I left my last job, so I didn't have healthcare I wanted to get my. my blood lipid profiles done in a bunch of other data, but my healthcare didn't. My new healthcare turns out. Didn't kick until March and I started in February and then I came down with this gnarly flew right as I was starting the Diet So. Her numbers were all weird and then. and. Then by the end, it was like the coronavirus shutdown and It's just like a series of like like a series of unfortunate events. So I WANNA really retrial it this This summer with or this summer was like a lot of data. And really try to understand what's going on with like. My blood lipids. I've got this idea that I'm going to. I posted another article in March when I was on the. The.

don I.
"don i" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

12:36 min | 1 year ago

"don i" Discussed on WRVA

"Good morning don I was calling well first of all I read your book it's arrival the richest and it's it's it's really remarkable book I mean that I read read it twice I mean it's just unbelievable the amount of research looks like went into it so when I'm mad at really looking forward to reading the only occurs the book it's it's it's right up my alley because I was I was bullied in high school let me sleep just because I had better grades and I've you know I'm not you know a lot of the girls like me in high school because of the way you know my looks or whatever you know whatever young people like and I'm in my my thirties right now and now I'm in a corporate setting and I'm I've managed to climb up the corporate ladder despite the bullying and I realize that the higher up again at the the more bullying becomes prevalent in order to keep the the the underlings I guess in their place and I was wondering could there possibly be something in a person in need not to bully themselves but another person the the the victim I guess you would say of the bullying that attracts the actual bullying behavior it in triggers the bully in T. into attack mode on that particular person much like the way you would say a lying and takes out his al in an entire herd that perhaps you know wouldn't otherwise be picked on you know I had good grades on the top of my class C. many university I was never popular though so I really think that the fact the touch unpopularity being a factor that really got me interested you know really got me interested in your book and I I just can't wait till it comes out but how are transferred into corporate setting because I've seen the pulling happen where I've actually had people come to me with with video of of them being bullied by upper management and I said well you know let's let's go to the upper management and we'll we'll look at the video together and and I want them to explain themselves for this video how did that go over what what happened was we we we I called in to my office it was someone that was that was below me but they were still under management but I call him into the office because I had been a victim of bullying too so I know how it is exactly like you're describing where you you can tell somebody an important figure multiple you know because then they won't a lot of the times they will take action and to fight with right when you confronted them with the video Michael how did they react okay well what happened was I said welcome to my office so what happened was they both within the both within the office when I said you know in this thing your bowling alley down any names and you know this person says you're you're you've been aggressive towards them and undermining their work and if you're undermining their work you're undermining organization so we need we need to discuss this in and put an end to it and I said I need you to see a video and the bully flat out refused to see the video they refused to even look at it literally the verdict they're there their eyes locked out of the office reported me for harassment told me that I was I was harassing them in the workplace and surprisingly I was reprimanded for making them uncomfortable there you go John the exactly what you were talking about that happens in school yeah well it it's like a whistle around talking you know you're blowing the whistle knowing if the same kind of thing and that we see with the kind of reception the most popular whistle blowers get for the most of the people you know mostly certainly there these doubts as much but I thank you for the kind words Michael and I hope you like the book as much canon in no I don't believe that I certainly know what the victims of going to blame themselves of the something in them but I think there is probably a well perceived weakness for and people that are just decent and calling because those are not the kindness and empathy and charity towards others are not qualities that sociopath fast I don does it work I mean in your research and was talking to victims in the experts and so forth does it work to stand up to a bully to challenge them and two if need be bloody their nose I think that's that's that's probably does work most of the time it's certainly if you're successful at it I don't know that works with all beliefs but yeah if if you if you can successfully points the boy in the in those again and run away now that you're you're suddenly begin to become popular but I wanted also tell Michael that there is a a large section in the book it detailing bowling in the work place which is also very prevalent on the wildcard line Lynn is in Vancouver Canada Lynn good morning welcome to coast you so much Richard for taking my call and don don thank you so much for writing this book now I have a just a couple of observations and also to wrap it up in a question and then take my answer off the air so I just wanted to give you a quote from a primary school principal who said and would tell her teachers that students always know when the teacher doesn't like them that's the flat statement and I've always believed that there these lawless zones because we have laws in society that by and large most of us actually follow and but there's these lawless owns like schools like work and of course now rental housing is a huge problem so then I want to go to the place where when we see kids of any age torturing animals we take no because pathologically this is a sign of a possible future serial killer and of course in the criminal code it does include you know cruelty to animals so here comes my question why is bullying yeah like why is it not considered in any of these places schools work rental housing wherever you may come across bullying of any kind why he isn't it considered like criminal harassment criminal slander assault and battery and over time of course why isn't it a hate crime you know and so I will take my answer off the air thank all right great questions Lynn are done yeah yeah you you certainly were not so great points and I don't have a concise answer other than the one I speculate about this book I would Richard I talked about earlier is that I think that a large number of people in authority figures were either police at one time themselves or were popular kids and it made out pretty well this is people that are that are rich and successful well this is a look at this this is been good to them so it's a social hierarchy was good to them database see no reason to go against it and I think I think it's this isn't anything in people unfortunately and it whether they're you know it's just because they're an actual blue like the people that Michael talked about that would even look at the video it's the same kind of thing we see in schools where they will look at the examples where they will look at video so and it the complex situation but I think the only conclusion I can draw is that they're a lot of believing visions of power or people who admire police right in and we as society remove review we reward them for their behavior don't absolutely and they're they're considered there's a there's a thin line again between that just valid right bullies and winners you know these their win because you know face it going in we we we we don't often discourage I talk a lot about again in sports coaches cheat their quotes about you're not cheating you're not trying and things like that and it it's it's a good sportsmanship is not respected as long as you win is in some worry said wings and everything it's the only thing in that was the greatest coach maybe in history so if people I think there's a lot of people that go by that credo ness nothing like winning let's say hi to Jack is in California Jack good morning welcome to coast to coast for taking my call I agree with your guests tonight I was an only child and the first time that I was exposed to violence was being in school and you were just talking about sports I want to know your opinion on what people idolizing these UFC fighting is doing for kids and bullying excellent point Jack thank you don what you make of the ultimate fighting absolutely and I I I I used to say that I the only reason I thought boxing had was not outlawed at some point was because so many minorities real successful at it and and we're making money in the best ones that I thought maybe political correctness they wouldn't do that but USC yes I would be a much more extreme version a I don't know how anybody could watch it I I I I don't but there's a lot of people that like you know the hockey fan but there's a there's a segment of the public that loves the fights and I I I've never understood that I don't like watching fights and that's not necessarily bully that's not bowling no it's not good but it's it's it's it's again it's it's a it's they like the fighting I mean people like finance I mean I've I've heard you know he you know there were ESPN reporter so I love watching people get hit in the face and stuff I don't understand I don't like it I well I did watch boxing when I was young and it but some point I realized what why am I watching this I I and I don't I don't understand that it's what it's like but it's I think it goes back to you know to antiquity when the people in the Roman Coliseum you know watch Christians being thrown to the lions right again that's sociopathic behavior and there was a lot of that in the Roman Empire certainly let's say hi to James in Rochester New York James on the wildcard line good morning and welcome to coast good morning thank you quick well maybe a quick question you did a lot of research I was wondering if you did any research maybe outside the United States for example like hockey if you maybe in Canada or yes Germany or France or any other country maybe do some research on bowling or things like that nature me with kids or even American kid might have gone to play hockey in Canada how he was treated things like that and and if you see like severe hazing or pop bowling with that bring the people together closer together with more severe hazing actually if he's found any studies with that for example like attorneys and things like that and with that but also be associated with the military hello his eyes I didn't want him in some cases specially in the UK and Canada because their systems are school systems and then work places are very similar to ours it is prevalent in those countries most of my cases are for our from America but it does happen there and I I sites and examples and the hazing that's typically the excuse when they come up with the software using is this or someone dies and it has happened many times bill don't invariably say well this is a an exercise and togetherness in this camaraderie and you know what you experienced this a laugh it off and then you get to Hey is the younger kids and it's a it's a vicious cycle but yeah it's it's it's not I think I still think that because I tried to ask on education form about teachers from all over the world to go there what their systems why can only get one teacher for Australian she relieving the clear at that in the worst interested at so I think of the American system is probably unique and to the degree it is but I think the countries that are most similar our culture it cut Canada and the UK probably have a similar type of issue with Boeing all right into that point Joseph joins us from Toronto where we had a very high profile case involving some some elite private school athletes go ahead Joe so I'm not going to mention the name of the thank you or he situation the very disturbing troubling an alarming incident that occurred at the school and it was very disturbing I was like you agree with don that he's one hundred percent correct where basically the students just received a slap on the hand they just got from probation at first the school administration tried to hush hush hush yeah it was videotaped it was hosted.

don I
"don i" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"don i" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"And it's not as our room stand by a bomb blast on signal already a true hearing your right it but I seem to rail well a simple ten yes our luck has run out yet going by our own our own right all right down there after all right I'm gonna complete damage check a repair estimate get up there is no you got it for me raise your right now yes right yes so soon as we get them to report help with repairs yeah what was it like my cycle and send this bill was a pretty rough landing captain don I get replaced on the side of the space station I see well yes I was going to do it misplaced got monitor reports on the Asian going to a captain we're not sending circuits went out when the blast went off down there I didn't get the sos out thank you get back to what you sound which I said yes first portion of the mansion acts more after these words AM seven sixty talk and breaking news as.

don I
"don i" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"don i" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Hey don I don't know probably a little bit of both little bit of both yeah yeah he's really attentive and he seems like he likes to cuddle and you know we like what wrestler here a little bit okay now you're you don't think so okay so you are in fantasy land so you know what I want to go down the clean and Bradley road here and say it's good for their career to be attached to him because he's always in the paparazzi in in the news so it helps them from a what's called not a show man on a hello published Asian publication public yep is that there is a publication ship yep I like to check out what's going on down there and at the same time I'll be in let's go out yeah let's go to the diner now I will say though I love you clean a Bradley I do my little aluminum foil hat wearing friends but some times there there we lay in their public it what's it called publication Chen's generation ship their publication to ship in fifth ship theories go a little light come on late because they yeah don't don't think think Nick Jonas yeah imprint Priyanka Chopra are a public Besi ever get it why am I trying to say this the favorable thank you lex it's easier for me to say yeah I think that's a bunch of who we I think that's a little ridiculous do I think their action I think there is yes he don you don't agree I eat you they give me so much evidence all the time I'm like all maybe they're right I go back and forth a waiver with that one it just seems like such a lot of effort you know but I mean they definitely have there were two people that were sort of mediocre and now they're just a huge relationship it's like a we argue that the Jonas brothers are publishing ship you're going to go with that theory yeah absolutely better together than separate you mean just them the brothers themselves coming back together truly because when was the last time we talked about poor exactly what George George Jonas are ya this sounds again they have a brother and he's just the third sound large George when we what we haven't talked about him until the all reuniting me right he opened a successful of the series of nail salons you know so and now suddenly we're talking about George Jonas against seven zero manta cold not necessarily no that's for his true no I died just but the next thing I believe is love that this this this David sent I really I have a feeling we're over analyzing it yeah Jody friends too no I don't think I think if their friends are still touching each other all right to okay yes a lot of they said in Footloose dancing in the sheet and a lot of this too they're doing they're they're going to a diner there's not a lot of people there they kept their relationship under wraps his name at the end of may so no it's been a few months.

don I
"don i" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"don i" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"I really wanted to call some for you since you've lost your beloved player talking with the arthur during email chat with her eight or not or just a regular hobby like alexis or whatever hi don i just wanted to say i'm really sorry that oath keeper is no longer with us even the heavy back nephew days i am my birthday wish today didn't make one yet and i would like to give it to you make sure that in the future your guild is there to protect you chinese teenagers infiltrate your ranks and kill keeper black i hope things work out for you you got this only a few more days every day up on everything will be okay people return and you come back home again our john i'm so sorry to hear about your loss girl it brought back some of the field that i had when i had to walk away from those poor whether it crops farmville and my rotten food on cafe world has yes all the free time you'll have you luck don outraged absolutely outraged has this world come to set a guild leader could be executed fight small teenage foreign butthole reviving were job leader but i usually i think having to give up those precious gems to do so fade either the block and i hope that you see those little i love you homerun.

arthur don i
"don i" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

14:26 min | 2 years ago

"don i" Discussed on WTRH

"Don i yes yes oh jeez day thank you she can yes she i come to the garden along eastern long i falling my thus on schools he will and he is home the jaw as we has and that he with is we and he walks with the talks and loosely the jaw as we to as two the why yes he lead he cried is dry oh when he yards law god is no okay pay aw jobs see done the sun is now this is why walls off jasper why.

Don i
"don i" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"don i" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Playgrounds of various elementary yeah i mean seriously guys i literally got in this hour getting ready i came out and i heard lexus say the infamous the infamous have you protected other people killed so what is happening i always happening don i and by the way you want to put a punctuation mark on this mytalkers dawn has a picture of her murdered theater keeper and he's kind which makes me mad at my liter if they don't save him light he's gonna come back to life i mean yes his his name is oath keeper and he will be courses he's an angel right now face down right now with this sword dirt can come back to life nineteen yeah i could i can i can spend a thousand gems right now to bring him back to gems will you can spend real world okay 'cause now jason i'm but i wanna follow this now you're invested in that's shameful are you know i know i know i know but maybe we could do an update on a regular basis it will i wanna know when he comes back for like i don some gems right now i own money into by gems yeah i will bless bye by johnson now right now back standing upright lady invested yeah you have to keep us apprised of how what's his name keeper keep us up to date on what keepers do it if i wanted to revive him it's ninety nine cents for like at keeper oh oh only ninety nine cents to.

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"don i" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"don i" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

"Don i do it so using really kim i want to good i do it do so filed in ninety four nine music balance michael can really traditional by jewelry you my roof lagging show no come with tony romo for causing balls or right because michael can't really trust no body jewelry shutdown.

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"don i" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"don i" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Don i'm beside that i'm the gold is sold in this together so give me five more years where are you on news football players neiland during the national anthem i am i am look i'm where he probably thought i am it's a totally uh i believe it's a free country do what you got to do be i would never do that uh i respect the flag i loved the flag i love the anthem sang in the i get this i'd say hit the operate friday night last week and saying the beautiful and uh uh on your and it was uh one of the great moments with all the military people there and the crowds stood up to two and cheered saying and i've i've i've said to myself you know people this is the great american this is the the freedom that we have it's too do and say is weak ladies within the rule of the law and if they wanna deal and pray that your life i'm not gonna do it i will never do it it's not going to happen and i made a comment so uh beipo straight ahead of the other day you know why they're doing this protests people that people people everybody assumes that it's against the flag and anthem which it isn't social injustice it's just sit that it draws all the attention and that's where all the anger it's been it's been centred but while you're seeing of that in one of these big stadiums this walk out all our wounded warriors and have their families walk with him unless all stand them out there well they're seeing a and the sabbath look these guys in the eye and then fact made was better way to do this in on me well no you said the royal your one after trump uh yeah well i think he's got a crazy scares me uh that's just the way out deal i'm not a political guy nobody knows my uh my politics 'cause i keep it out uh they know my religion because i'm always saying can i have an eightman amen jesus so that that does take people off too but i don't really care and the trump thing he just pay i know i know he's your guy he's on your show all the.

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