19 Burst results for "Earth Guy"

"earth guy" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"earth guy" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Negative about gesture about everything I'm just saying we did we did bring him up earlier. This season was earlier than we wanted Butler slandering six though slandering I mean Jesus Chris, I'd rather see a hundred miles per hour on the major league roster than waste two, hundred mile per hour pitches in the minor leagues I'm with you I'm just saying you brought up the point of that it was only six start I was like eighty backing off. A great point by billy. If he has a thousand hundred mile per hour pitches in that arm, he wants them all the major accounts. Can you do like a preemptive Tommy John Surgery get it over with now don't get to. Do preemptive ones. Like. You don't it but you do it and you only miss half the time. For that I'm thinking maybe just have Tommy John Surgery on the other arm. If if I have like a stud twelve year old all right go ahead and do Tommy John and get this. Curve Ball. Let's go. Bring. Little Little Jack Nine years old bringing him in for surgery, Roginsky throws sixty five miles an hour Dr Andrew. Ski Instructional Video Just Dr James Andrews cutting open arm tendons. How do you think it is like if you just locally live wherever Dr Andrews is a doctor to get appointment like I need to go to see the sports medicine Doctor Maguire your insurance only covers doctor Andrews. It's like all right. Well, Dr Andrews can see you in summer two, thousand, twenty, three hopefully. No. One gets injured before that because then you're gonNA have to wait I drove passes off as a couple of times because there were a couple of years where I would drive for Miami Gulf shores Alabama and it was like I was passing. Lambofield. I'm like, wow, this is one of the Great Meccas of sports. This is Dr James Andrews is what it looked like I'd like. He's like this just down to Earth Guy. That's like a little tiny office and like. All town he yeah no. It's next to one bottle. But other like is it a big deal? They're like billboards when you're there definitely as I? Came Messa. Well, what are the time when you guys were young that you walked into a place and you actually were moved by the history of it because it only happened to me a couple of times in my. Career it's been twice that it's happened to me I would say, Yankee Stadium the first time. I. Went there as a kid was a big deal. Then when I came down here, the Orange Bowl was kind of a big deal for me the first time I went to the Orange Bowl for big gains game..

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Pick a Plan and GET AFTER IT

Jocko Podcast

08:09 min | 1 year ago

Pick a Plan and GET AFTER IT

"Leadership means firmness not harshness or bullying understanding not weakness justice erase the freedom humaneness not intolerance generosity not selfishness pride. Not Egotism so little quote for you kick things off. This is coming very I ran across it the other day and as I ran across it I saw some of little bit of the dichotomy leadership in there and it just caught my attention. And it's a quote General Omar Bradley General with a good amount of name recognition but a general who kind of flew under the radar sometimes because he was competing with some some big names. You know he's competing with General Patton. He's compete with General Eisenhower. He's competing with General Montgomery so he kind of flew under the radar sometimes even though he does have the Bradley fighting vehicle named after him which is a awesome machine but he absolutely was a well regarded general in his own right born in eighteen. Ninety three in Randolph County Missouri worked as a boilermaker figured out he could get a free education by going to west point so he went to West Point graduated in Nineteen fifteen same years. Eisenhower by the way he was a really good athlete. Baseball Star could've played pro ball but chose to be in. The army chose to go and do his commitment to the army. One thousand nine hundred fifteen. You're probably thinking World War. One W W well. He actually didn't go to World War One and World War One. There were mining disputes in the unions in the in the minds up in Montana and they had to activate some army units to send them up there to guard the minds. And that's what he did. He did that for a little while. And then he did go to unit that was getting ready to deploy to World War One. The Spanish flu came which everyone seems to know about the Spanish flu. Now and there then there was the armistice and he didn't deploy so he didn't get any combat action in World War. One thought that that might hurt his career but he stayed in anyways ended up teaching tactics at the infantry school fast forward through the peace years may general in one thousand nine hundred forty two assigned the eighty second division the Twenty Eighth National Guard division eventually worked under General Patton as the deputy in charge of Second Corps and then took it over himself led the campaigns in Tunisia and Sicily. Ike Eisenhower selected Bradley to command the First Army during Operation Overlord D Day Command. He commanded the most troops of any general. Us General in history when he took command of the twelfth on weaker. One point three million troops to little decentralized command. Better come into play right there. Continue with all those troops to push through Europe until the fall Germany. We covered Ernie. Pyle on this podcast. Podcast number thirty nine. His book brave men. It was the heavies for my favor. Lines Ernie pyle nicknamed him the G. I. General because he was kind of a laid back down to Earth Guy didn't make a spectacle of himself. After the war he ran the VA for a while. The Veterans Administration I ever chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. During the Korean War retired in nineteen fifty-three after thirty eight years of service I found day. The Internet is amazing. I found any evaluation. You know we talk about the evaluations evaluation in the Marine Corps evaluation the navy evaluation. I found an evaluation of Bradley written by General Patent. Pretty cool because it shows it shows what type of a person patent was just in the way he wrote this thing so it says subject efficiency report through commanding general NATO USA APO five thirty four to add adjutant General War Department Washington DC name and grade of General Officer reported on Omar F Bradley Lieutenant General Period covered one July nineteen forty three to eight September nineteen forty two months in eight days duties performed commanding general to core one July nineteen forty three to eight September nineteen something unclear manner of performance superior F- Physical Activity Superior Physical Endurance Superior Knowledge of his profession superior for what command or duty would you specifically recommend him and army and then what opportunities have you had for observing him during period covered intimate daily contact. Does he rendered a willing and generous support to plans of superiors regardless of personal views. In the matter yes which is a very interesting topic to cover mean you think about what they've got in their physical duty not knowledge of his profession. What job would you recommend? Does he give generous supports to plans of superiors regardless of his personal views. No matter so this guy's going to back you up. The answer is yes and ten of all general officers of his grade. Personally known to you. What number would you give him on this list? And how many comprise your list and patterns answer is number one. I know all of them. Further remarks deemed necessary. None signed G. S. junior lieutenant general. Us Army commanded. So that's pretty awesome review. The interesting thing is if you know anything about the history of Bradley and Patton. There's some interesting dynamics. They first of all had very different personalities. Patent was you know flashy and go ego driven in a lot of ways and and Bradley was not and there's some quotes I pulled from patents journal Journals About Bradley. So it's interesting that he can have these right in that glowing like evaluation about him to try and get him promoted but at the same time here are some things he said about him. Bradley's to Conservative. He wants to wait until we can all jump into the fight together. By which time half our men will be. We'll have the flu trench foot. I wish he had a little more daring. Another one. Bradley is a good offer. Buddy utterly lacks it too bad. The IT Factor Echo Charles. Next one brag is a man of great mediocrity on the other hand. He has many attributes which are considered desirable. In general. He wears glasses which I have no idea I have no idea why. That's cool to be a general glasses. He has a strong jaw. He talks profoundly and says little and he is a shooting companion of our present chief of Staff. General Marshall also. He is a loyal man. I consider him to be among our better generals

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"earth guy" Discussed on The TalentGrow Show

The TalentGrow Show

13:44 min | 1 year ago

"earth guy" Discussed on The TalentGrow Show

"And people skills to the next level and become the kind of leader people want to follow and now your host and Leadership Development Strategist Elali ocelot. Welcome back. This is hilarious ally. I'm your leadership. Development Strategist and you're listening to the talent grow show episode eighteen. My guest is Michael Simmons. I love to read the work that Michael Puts out and I was so excited when he agreed to be on this podcast because I really love his voice and his ideas and so much research that he puts into what he shares with the world. He's really prolific and very profound. And I think you'll enjoy our conversation because he's also really down to Earth Guy. So Michael I talk about what are some of the that are maybe different about building relationships in the twenty first century. And what is something? That is surprisingly counter about connecting people and ideas that he has found through his extensive research on the subject. We talk a lot about this concept of being a broker or a bridge builder or an expert generalist or t shaped personnel. Are All those things well and you will find out. I think that you'll be as excited about everything that you will learn in this episode is I was and I really look forward to hearing what you thought about it. If you leave me a comment or send me an email after the fact. Thanks for tuning in here. We go Michael Simons episode eighteen. Welcome back to the talent grow show. I'm Halley delight your leadership development strategist and this week. I have great guest. Michael Simmons. Michael is a serial award winning entrepreneur a Forbes Columnists bestselling author and an internationally recognized. You know seeker. And he's also the founder of a company called impact which helps build the entrepreneurship ecosystem. Globally that sounds really cool and I know he's also working on some other things but I let him talk about that or tell us when we can talk about that when we have this amazing conversation Michael. Welcome to the talent show. Thank you so much. I'm so excited to be here. I appreciate your being here very much. I can't wait to share what you know with our listeners. I became aware of youth through mutual contact of ours. Derek Coburn who is the guy who wrote the book on how to network so it's really appropriate that our networking connection started with the guy who teaches networking. Yeah and I've been following your column. I love the things that you write about in Forbes. I think that you you're very curious kind of person. I think we have that in common probably instead. It's just fun to see how you chase down your curiosity and do a lot of research and share that regularly with the world so you do great work and thank you for that. You're you're very welcome. So you know the ideas that you share and where you are today have been built on the path of a really interesting journey. I'm sure all of my guests share a very brief overview of their journey. How they got where they are today. Would you share that with our listeners? Please a yeah well. On the professional side I started my first business when I was sixteen and basically got hooked from there and I started being really interested in social entrepreneurship. Pretty soon after an became interested in the power that entrepreneurship had to change my life. Where I just realized like this whole new world. That wasn't there before and that's what in college. I started writing about Entrepreneurship for Entrepreneur Dot Com. And I started. I wrote a book I started speaking game. I speak from there that right after college. My wife and I go friend at the time. We basically started a road tour across the country. Bata thirty two foot tour bus rafted and we did. We've organized over few hundred. Half Day conferences at colleges and universities a few years in we kind of went off the road and brought in a team of people also help run. That's amazing you really. It is a journey on a bus. That is awesome so you know. That's it's unique because a lot of people think about starting a business or they start something really small but you went big and UN big early. That's pretty amazing. Which you think fueled your ability to go for the good question. You'd have to analyze deep levels. I'm not even sure the answer to that. But analyze you. I've just competitive person curious person I like doing. I'm kind of had the personality of like leap before you look so now air that serve me while the beginning of my career kind of get me into new worlds now learning how to temper that in you'll be more thoughtful and how. I make decisions as while the maturity process. So you know it's interesting that on your website you have a professional bio that's written in the third person like everybody else but you also have this really cool personal story by it's written in the first person and I thought that you shared in there. Something really unique that you started doing you said in middle school in high school that there was this practice that you would take time to think about life and think about the world every day. How did you come about doing that? How did you do it either? Something for me a tragedy that happened for me when I was younger. It was my my dad passed away when I was eight years old on sorry and so I think that really just made me not take things for granted and look at things at a much deeper level that they get when you're young. You kind of have this feeling that you're gonNA live forever. That things are just going to go always go well so I think having experts has made me a very introspective person and just curious understand why things are the way they are. It's very interesting so one of the things that you are is a world class connector and you connect people who connect ideas and I know that you are doing so much research into how people should Build relationships in the Twenty First Century. That things are really different now and the the way in which we connect should be different so folks that are listening. They're leaders they're aspiring leaders. What are some of the things you think is really important for them to know about connecting in the twenty first century? Well I would say I that I big in person being authentic and generous. I think our will continue to be an are are really important in terms of what's changing. I think the big thing is that we're building relationships more and more online now in a way that Offline so out of people. You're building a tribe of people that have gotten to know you hours of listening to your podcasts. But maybe you don't know as well so we're kind of as we all now are creating Lincoln Post facebook posts. Podcasts youtube videos. You know we all of a sudden. Have this third network before these distant about our network as weak contacts are strong ties houses third network at contact plays a role in the first impression people research you and find about you through your content online and then even the second pressure. You meet someone out of that. The next natural step is to research the content. The person's created so. Where does that change about the way in which we connect while I would say when you think about creating a how you catch on in person? It's really complicated for me. Yeah I took me my my awkward high school years to learn basic questions about when the pause had to ask questions and interact make eye contact and I think we're now having those awkward high school years of how do we create content online. At how do we express ourselves? Because it's a different were align is obviously synchronous where you can respond to each other right away. Offline really take a lot more time to think about. You can't take a lot more time to think about things and it could be negative if you're kind of try to put up this false facade of you could manufacture this image of perfect person so I think that is kind of that. Could be a negative thing but I think it's also could actually be. You could even be more authentic off online in the sense that you can really take time to. Somebody like introverted. Like myself at some. Sometimes how you can get person isn't really how you view yourself is just your quirks so I personally feel like I can communicate authentically when I have the time and space a really think about it. That's interesting so yeah so you can be bursts more authentic and more distant at the same time it just depends on which direction you take you choose to take it. Yeah yeah interesting. Well and I think that definitely for introverts you know having some more time to reflect and choose your words is probably very welcome relief from that face to face barrage of having to think on your seat kind of put out half baked bread. Yeah and I think even for everyone to put out blockbuster content so you can really put an time to like it. Would it happened like in fifteen minutes might happen like if you can really go deep in researchers subject synthesize it and then share it with other people just in like a thousand words. You could completely change I. Someone thinks about a topic you shape conversation online so I think that's a really big a large audience of people consuming content. Now if you take that extra time you can reach them and I think also really big opportunity to connect to people the more authentic level so to by sharing more of yourself but I think were online is culture increasingly that I think that supports that authenticity. Where maybe offline. You really expected to do it with the people only close to you and it's kind of awkward as you start sharing too much about yourself to people. You don't know really well we're online. It is kind of like there's an culture where it's okay. Yeah that's true I. I haven't thought about that. How awkward that would be like in the line in the grocery store and really high just made me and I. I really lady exactly did on facebook. I don't know if you've seen this there. There's been this flurry of people proclaiming their privacy and facebook and I exalt that facebook shall not use my stuff like you're on facebook. You can't make them not share anything that you if you want it to be really private. You probably just shouldn't say it anyway. I when you think about it. It's amazing how much open we've got in society. I remember in two thousand. The idea of putting a photo on the website of yourself like that was like pretty crazy and I. I remember hearing the founder of hot or not. Speak at my school when I was in college. And you know him talking about that. Challenge of like you know creating trying to create like a dating type. App or and people don't WanNa blow photos but now it's kind of second nature to do that so our society has changed a lot in that way. That's true and even in the if you think about in the corporate world I sometimes reflect on how it used to be a choice. You had to make in your office like what you dislike in your office. That shows your personal life or your personality and how some people wanted to kind of have a very Professional facade they wouldn't put up pictures of their kids in there and now you've got like you know drunk photos and pictures hiking with your kids in there like out there for everyone to seen for. Yeah Yeah you can't separate those those personas anymore. Yeah there's a public. There's a great researcher. I really enjoyed her writing at named Danah Boyd as she works for Microsoft and Yoshi calls it context collapse that offline. We can really say okay. I'm talking to this person so outside like at the store. That's a context. In you. Know that you can customize it for that her sin and that contacts or online in a way like everything you write is searchable by anyone. So it's awkward in the sense you know you could write something and then like your high school. Friends could see it. Who saw a different way or like your work? People could see the personnel so it is awkward kind of having to navigate that but on the other hand is kind of a time for us to become more holistic in the sense of combining those to me these it feels certain more authentic for my just for myself to build to that people know those things. I'm not trying to hide as much of course we still have McKay. Hide share everything but yeah I kind of liked that merging. I.

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My Panic Attack

Buddhist Boot Camp Podcast

07:24 min | 1 year ago

My Panic Attack

"Originally intended to record this episode back in March but that's when the corona virus hit the US in full force. So I put it on the back burner to host live. Qna's instead highlights. From which are uploaded as podcast episodes but once our front doors open again. The sudden stimuli of crowded stores and roadways might overwhelm us which brings me to this unlikely story. I want to share with you about a panic attack. That had earlier this year it turns out. There's a good explanation for why it occurred but it was quite unnerving when it was actually happening. What got me through? It is what can get us through. What's happening right? Now after? Six years of accumulating airline mileage points from flights and credit card charges. I finally had enough points to cover an absolutely free round trip. Flight and five week backpacking trip around the Philippines earlier this year and setting up a tenth on the beach or as I like to call it. A five billion star hotel made the trip in nature lovers paradise but quite a few shots. Vaccinations for things like typhoid and malaria were either necessary or strongly advised prior to boarding the flight. I am fortunate enough to not be on any medication. generally avoid even taking aspirin unless. I'm in severe pain but considering all the time I was about to spend sleeping outdoors in a third world country. I took the malaria pills for two weeks prior to departure as well as during the trip and for three weeks. Afterwards I didn't bother reading the possible side effects because not taking the pills wasn't an option but it didn't take long to notice that the pills made me sleepy for example so I just took them at night. I later discovered. They also cause vivid dreams and a slight fever which was no big deal. The whole point of the trip was to maximize time on quiet deserted islands for some peace and tranquility and to avoid major loud cities like Manila as much as possible. Since as far back as I can remember. I've been hyper sensitive to certain types of noise. The high pitch of CRT monitors beeping alarms the sound of someone snoring chewing the auditory assault of emergency sirens screaming children wind chimes and even certain. Birdsong would all drive me crazy. If it wasn't for two things one I can usually meditate and breathe deeply through the noise until it stops and I can return to the bliss of silence and to almost always have earplugs on me just in case. The sound is louder than my meditation consumer. Whether this miss a phony ah is a symptom of being somewhere on the spectrum or something else. Altogether avoiding noise isn't an option especially when dealing with major airports and public transportation. I can usually gear myself up prior to leaving the house in preparation for what's to come and wear noise cancelling headphones which more often than not keep my anxiety at bay anyway. The trip involved wonderfully warm ocean breeze on white sand beaches beautiful hikes and surprisingly freezing temperatures did not expect to experience in the Philippines but enjoyed immensely nonetheless on us. Sunrise hike to one of the highest peaks in the country clear blue skies and great food. Add into the mix one bad case of getting seasick on a boat between islands two cases of food poisoning which I actually think was from drinking the water. Not NECESSARILY FROM ANYTHING. I eight and you've got the complete experience which was still great in the grand scheme of things but at one point returning to the big loud and busy city of Manila after a couple of weeks of reading books in a Hammock on a quiet deserted beach. Hit Me really hard. The noise of construction traffic blaring. Tv's and radios car horns and the fast pace of everything and everyone around me shot my anxiety through the roof and sent me into the worst panic attack of ever had. I'm not going to play it down for you. I completely lost it. I truly believed it was the end of timber as we know him. That Buddhist boot camp would come to an end and that I would have to check myself into a mental hospital upon returning to the states. If I don't kill myself I that's how bad it was. Suicide was more inviting than another minute of noise from which I couldn't escape even with earplugs or noise cancelling headphones I truly wanted to die. It was my lowest point and I didn't even recognize myself. I mean this is me. We're talking about the guy who feels anger threatening to surface and starts contemplating what other feeling I'd rather choose but in this case this down to Earth Guy you've grown to know over. The years was no more. What got me through this sudden spiral of mental instability. As I was rocking back and forth was repeating to myself. This is temporary. This is temporary. This is temporary within an hour. I fell asleep probably from exhaustion. It's incredible how much energy the body uses to feel something anything so strongly. When I woke up the next day I was no longer on edge but still seriously questioning my mental health. Was this my own psychotic breakdown. His this what everyone was saying. Britney Spears went through in two thousand seven. It felt like years of meditation. Mindfulness and all the practice of had to remain calm in the midst of chaos. Meant nothing so I decided to do some research and discovered that severe panic attacks are actually a common side effect from the Malaria vaccine. I was taking and it all made sense on the one hand. I was relieved that it was merely a chemical reaction to the pills but has felt so real in the moment of panic. I couldn't access all those other parts of my brain that would have otherwise kicked in with logic and reasoning to talk me off the ledge but whether real or chemically induced the mantra. This is temporary. Helped me through it? All temporary can mean a minute or two an hour a week month year or lifetime. No matter how you look at anything. Everything is in constant flux. I guess what pleasantly surprised me. The most is how quickly I was willing to accept my mental breakdown. Prior to falling asleep I contacted a friend to recommend a therapist could see immediately upon returning to the states. I asked another friend whether the mental institutions depicted in movies resembled the real ones. He sees in his medical practice and then all reminded me of the near drowning incident that I described in my memoir and how I'm merely observed what was happening rather than reacting to it. I guess I wanted to share this story with you because perhaps all of the years of mindfulness practice didn't go out the window in the moment of panic and the gap between impulse response. I didn't react to what was happening. I reminded myself how temporary it all was. Mindfulness Meditation can really help us. Not In the moment of meditation but at some point down the road when we need it most a got me through the four hours of being seasick on the worst boat ride. You can imagine it. Got Me through the panic attack and it got me through the whirlwind of change to which I returned when I got back home for starters I found out that I had to move out from where I've been living for the past two and a half years but rather than react or dubbed the unexpected experience terrible or unfortunate. I found a new place to live. That is everything of ever dreamed of. And then this corona virus exploded and I can't think of anywhere on the world where I'd rather be quarantined right now

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"earth guy" Discussed on Bachelor Happy Hour with Rachel & Ali – The Official Bachelor Podcast

Bachelor Happy Hour with Rachel & Ali – The Official Bachelor Podcast

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"earth guy" Discussed on Bachelor Happy Hour with Rachel & Ali – The Official Bachelor Podcast

"She would have been chewing my leg. This whole time for attention earth yet so I'm here I'm here alone. Renown we'll reach just try to take. We're both dog people. What kind of dog do you have I need to know? I haven't golden retriever. Okay Maybe Wendy wants quarantine is done. We can get all of our dogs together. May know has a thing for golden retriever so CORGI TREVOR. We so many questions that we want to get into and hear more from you but this is the one thing. I have been wanting to ask you so much touched on how we watched that bestowed early we Everything go down in that first first couple hours but you mentioned that one day your dream is to live on a tour bus with your partner and kids now. I need to ask you ever lived on tour in dog okay. Have you ever lived on a tour bus before I haven't have you were yes? I did actually reach so I I was on obviously now but I was on the bachelor live on stage. Two or so. We were living on a tour bus. There was six of US girls plus my fiance. And I don't know like how I'm GONNA warn you. It'll be fun for like the first month. But if you have kids and dogs and around one real old real fast. Maybe maybe maybe living on a tour buses to him big us. But I would like to at least experimental worrying. I'd like to be with my family because if I'm on the road I don't want to be away from my family. Yeah I get that in an ideal world. If I can make that work that would be an ideal. Yeah I wrote this down to but from a different perspective but I was like. Oh my gosh look at how humble and down earthy as I would have been like. Oh I can't wait to live on my private plane with. That's literally what I wrote down. I thought Jeez. What a down to Earth Guy. He's he's focused on what matters family the talk. I'm like I that Butler and what's you know what's funny is I actually like? I've been obsessed with people build these camper vans and travel all over and and I've always been obsessed with like a minimalist kind of lifestyle so I think maybe that's the other appeal on on a on a tour bus. Maybe a tiny home one day in airstream who knows well okay. I'll tell you this when the bachelor live on Stage two picks back up you and maybe if you have a lucky partner along come come hang out with my fiance and get a feel for it. See how you like it. And then and then they make a decision from there. I appreciate you looking out by the way BECCA. We almost met one time. I don't know if you know this is where so you this. I was on American idol two seasons ago. And you and you were actually after finale of my season and we were in the dressing room together and. I'm like I was so star Struck. I was too scared.

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"earth guy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"earth guy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Radio audience is back with us. We're going to rejoin ric flair in a minute because we just simply didn't have enough time to get to his football knowledge but we had a fantastic conversation would grab a call here quickly greg greg. You're on go right ahead paul. Thanks for taking my call. I was <hes> station down in charleston. In the late eighties early nineties and i was <hes> moonlighting. They worked security at an event that <hes> some of the wrestlers were at and i got to meet <hes> rick flair and arn anderson some others in his <hes> ride back to his hotel bailed on him and i said hey i can i can take on the way so my way and he said sure so got in the car we start talking about the navy and what i did and <hes> he was just a gracious down to earth guy. You know that most of these guys are not persona that they portrayed trade course on stage and <hes> these guys were very down to earth and very humble and you know back in his early days they weren't making a lot of money and they their bodies ladies took pounding you could see that even when they were in their thirties and forties the way they walked and some of their hands just kinda like lions hands and i just i just think that's a really good the thing that you got him on a day <hes> have him talk about some of those things that occurred back in his heyday yeah no i'm fascinated by people like that and and especially greg the thanks for the call the longevity to be in the spotlight for thirty five forty years. I mean think how difficult that is. We are going to take a break yeah. We're coming back with the nature boy. Ric flair will talk some college football. We've talked about his career now relegate his predictions danny sheridan one day the nature boy the next think about that for sure. Maybe we can get a cage match between the two..

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"earth guy" Discussed on Reason Podcast

Reason Podcast

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"earth guy" Discussed on Reason Podcast

"In outside of us. That becomes our our purpose in that's for me. That's the stars. That's getting off of this planet in getting into the universe. If you care about life. So a lot of people don't care as much about human life, but the care about life. Generally, even these people who are obsessed with mother earth like this kind of religious mother earth guy, hypothesis type stuff if you care about life, then you should care about people because people are the only things on this planet that can protect life long term where the only things on this planet that we know of that can take life into the universe where the only things that exist that can preserve life potentially indefinitely, and ultimately, I think reverse entropy. This is the natural human condition is to like make order from chaos. The universe is unraveling, and we are the strange anomaly that that can Ravel things back up that can place things back in order. I think that's our. Purpose. It's very big. It's very abstract. I know it's probably hard to for all of us. Good myself to rapper heads around. But that's I see I see direction there. I see I see I see that as as the path forward. Ultimately is is entering the universe may be saving it from the heat death. That's it. Michael Salona is vice president founder spun and host of the podcast anatomy of next. Thank you very much for talking to us. Michael, thanks for having me. Please remember to rate and review us on itunes and wherever you get your podcasts. Thanks for listening.

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"earth guy" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

07:04 min | 3 years ago

"earth guy" Discussed on RobinLynne

"And then they demolished that area. Nineteen sixty five March of nineteen sixty five. But how much do you think the businesses. What million way, way, way, lesson that. Really good one thousand. Okay. More than more than thousand less than the billions. More than thirteen dollars ninety five cents. Three. You're on the kind of near there. Not three fifty. Three fifty. Interesting. Three thousand dollars. They gave each of the businesses, and then they. Polish, it. March of nineteen sixty five. Bill too complex, which consisted of seven buildings. Six of these still things were inside the boundaries of Bessie, west church and liberty streets. Other. A hundred thousand embraces funny. Oh. Who was the architect that designed the twin towers. That's interesting. Earth guy. Wow. Will you later the meeting. I see. Will be interesting. Not like what. It was min Minoru Yamasaki. Oh, I two things you guys asked about how tall they were right, two questions on one. How tall were the buildings originally planned to be stories where they originally planned to be. How many stories. We talk and building this for shocking. What what are you seeing. I don't know what you're saying. They were originally planned to be eighty stories tall. However, the port authority required ten million square feet of office space. So the buildings ended up being one hundred how how the billings end up being on these stories. One hundred ten stories tall. The footprint of each tower was two hundred eight, but square. Besides their heights. The building's defining characteristics was probably their Niro with those. Ooh, how narrow were there windows. It was partially inspired by the on the Sakis fear of heights tire to make those in the building feel secure building. Probably a lot of people are time escaping. All right, go ahead maybe, but also the special take the building was beyond reproach. It was one of the state of the art buildings at the time, and they built those buildings to stand seven, seven plane hitting the buildings. It was completely able to withstand seven, seven, seven sixty seven or seven thirty seven are not that much bigger than seven. Seven. Anyhow. How do you think the windows where they are pretty. The winners of each office in the building. He has a windows. Yeah, I'm going to say two feet. Near one foot. Why. Eighteen. Well, so people just couldn't sweep through easily. Don't Trump implies was a controlled demolition. Well, that's nice. For the window. Eighteen inches wide while. We'll see what the thing often. The message is if you want to send the message, send the message Cerro, send a message, put this clipboard and get you a Skype link. If you want to contact me over there, try our system out to see if you wanna call it, and you'll be one of the first try our system out if it works. We'll see. After this one here. Wanna contact. That retry. If you wanna call. Broadcast over here idea. So it may have an issue where I can turn the volume down. And it'll still playthrough bores see Dr. See place to the board. Oh, yes. I see. It's playing. We're talking. I wonder if there's getting echo there but getting right now. I am not. The only people would be getting echo, would it be? Everyone would just be okay, are you? Did you get any echo there of that that single didn't hear that open up that site? What is that site Tiki life. Yeah, Tiki lives more real art, like real live. So I have now the whole thing, what is it.

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"earth guy" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"earth guy" Discussed on Get Up!

"Our next Wednesday night baseball matchup presented by Hankook tires a big one in the NFL as Braves battling Bryce Harper and the NATs. And the second of three game set at national park at seven eastern on ESPN and the ESPN. On planet earth guys. We had an absolute meltdown in independently baseball. Okay. So here I'm gonna show you this. First of all, we gotta batter here who was furious home after arguing with the empire getting did he has to be held back when he finally gets to the dugout hold on. Now we've got a trash can here. He, he's going to plant the trash can at home play and w by get you get in there, he's trash. What do you think of that dependent ball goes off? I mean these guys to another level. I'm thinking about happy. Gilmore yelling, go to your home. Are you too good for your home? He wants the pyre to go and it was home. So that's just one meltdown. Now we got the same teams playing in a different game. This is the other team manager getting higher space. He's gonna get tossed on his way to the dug-out watches. He's taking third base. That's third base. He is now can give a new meaning to stealing their base. So he steals third base and he's his kidney, give it to some kids go guys. Come to paper. Kids, but someone from the grams who had to go get it back because. They needed. They're not a lot of these again, independent ball. How are you gonna play without third base and they had to go back and get it maybe at the end of the game, when it's all done, you can go into him and and someone runs out to know sporting goods store picks up another third base back that happened in a major league game. Once I remember Lloyd mcclendon. Manager of the pirates at the time, and he did that in a major league. Amy went over to pick it up. I remember he came on Mike and Mike and we asked him, what did you do that? He said, I don't know. It just kind of lost it and all of a sudden walking off the field and every, oh my God, I'm holding first base and so every once in a while he did you ever lose it in a game like that just completely lose have and I'm embarrassed to admit it. And the time I gotta check the IMF is I was walking to the tunnel to my jersey in the stands, at least he was year they could keep playing without your jersey. Exactly, right. At least didn't take every bowl that they had. I don't know what technicals cost twenty five hundred in baseball because one hundred dollars, but that's another subject for another day. It's a union thing..

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"earth guy" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"earth guy" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Do you remember anything about that meeting. Absolutely. I remember carrying a call the night before and set up some my lodging coach, and I really was trying to encourage her to tell coach, stay in Oklahoma City. I could come getting the next morning or whatever. Then it got back to me. That's not how coach rose. He wants to stay right there in town, which now I understand knowing coach, he's not like a big time. Kind of, you know, perception guys, he's real man. He would rather be at the motel six than the than the western. I mean, that's just coach night, so is beautiful. But anyway, so he ends up staying. We have one hotel and similar at the time called the seminal end right across campus. Great dive bar in there by the way. Like that's not a part of the stories. Good. What's the divert. It was just a great spot. They like dollar draft, some Wednesdays or something like that anyway. So back to coach, I went over to pick him up that morning as like a maybe Monday, Tuesday more time, something I never forget the doors. It's kinda cracked kinda knocked the door and he's just like, come on in and he's like drying off in the shower and sit down on the bed. And we like talking basketball, five minutes when I met him, but just the most down to earth guy just loves basketball. Use the perception of what people think coach night is and who he is just so far up. He's like a really, really good person that's easy to talk to the whole Bill. You know, when when he's when he's respect, I guess the first news with the other great thing about that that later that day after he'd watched our players spent some time together, I told myself that I was going to kind kinda get the nerve up to ask you. You know, specially at the Texas Tech job happened me being from Texas, you know what was going to do with staff. I really wouldn't like starstruck at times I met so many. People lute Olson, Jerry arcane, and you name it over the years? Junior college. So where the what starstruck deal. So I was kind my element got my courage up driving down to the Oklahoma City airport. This is before nine eleven. You didn't have to go through security. So I made it all the way to the gate flight lease like thirty minutes on their forget. We're sitting at this little bitty roundtable. We're both eating pizza. People coming up to coach, trying to get autographs, he's he's gracious. He does, but when the food starts, he's politely telling people, aching, wait, a second will eat. Hassan again, my courage and I was like coats like, I'm not sure what you're going to your staff, especially if you take the tech job, but I just wanted to tell you, I know you have a lot of people, anybody you want it, but nobody you know, would work harder, be more appreciative than me and he kinda cut me off and I'll never forget this one of my great life lessons. I tell the players every year. I really believe this coach kind of looked at me. He was wiping the pepperoni off his mouth and he say, Chris, look, I've never been concerned with him how hard somebody works like that's a given much more concerned with who can get what done and I'll never forget. He said that I, I like I tell everybody that I respect and everybody. I coached that story. I think in our business, one thing I don't like 'cause he's self promoters. He's a worker. He works issue. We all work hard. You not working hard, you don't win. But what I'm really interested in with our staff who can get things done. Okay. So you get to tech and he takes over program and I, I knew it so well, because we played against him, you know, and I love coach Dickie. A good man obviously had some academic stuff which caused them to not be able to have all their scholarships, and they weren't great, but they weren't bad either..

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"earth guy" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"earth guy" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Do you remember anything about that meeting. Absolutely. I remember carrying a call the night before and set up some my lodging coach, and I really was trying to encourage her to tell coach, stay in Oklahoma City. I could come getting the next morning or whatever. Then it got back to me. That's not how coach rose. He wants to stay right there in town, which now I understand knowing coach, he's not like a big time. Kind of, you know, perception guys, he's real man. He would rather be at the motel six than the than the western. I mean, that's just coach night, so is beautiful. But anyway, so he ends up staying. We have one hotel and similar at the time called the seminal end right across campus. Great dive bar in there by the way. Like that's not a part of the stories. Good. What's the divert. It was just a great spot. They like dollar draft, some Wednesdays or something like that anyway. So back to coach, I went over to pick him up that morning as like a maybe Monday, Tuesday more time, something I never forget the doors. It's kinda cracked kinda knocked the door and he's just like, come on in and he's like drying off in the shower and sit down on the bed. And we like talking basketball, five minutes when I met him, but just the most down to earth guy just loves basketball. Use the perception of what people think coach night is and who he is just so far up. He's like a really, really good person that's easy to talk to the whole Bill. You know, when when he's when he's respect, I guess the first news with the other great thing about that that later that day after he'd watched our players spent some time together, I told myself that I was going to kind kinda get the nerve up to ask you. You know, specially at the Texas Tech job happened me being from Texas, you know what was going to do with staff. I really wouldn't like starstruck at times I met so many. People lute Olson, Jerry arcane, and you name it over the years? Junior college. So where the what starstruck deal. So I was kind my element got my courage up driving down to the Oklahoma City airport. This is before nine eleven. You didn't have to go through security. So I made it all the way to the gate flight lease like thirty minutes on their forget. We're sitting at this little bitty roundtable. We're both eating pizza. People coming up to coach, trying to get autographs, he's he's gracious. He does, but when the food starts, he's politely telling people, aching, wait, a second will eat. Hassan again, my courage and I was like coats like, I'm not sure what you're going to your staff, especially if you take the tech job, but I just wanted to tell you, I know you have a lot of people, anybody you want it, but nobody you know, would work harder, be more appreciative than me and he kinda cut me off and I'll never forget this one of my great life lessons. I tell the players every year. I really believe this coach kind of looked at me. He was wiping the pepperoni off his mouth and he say, Chris, look, I've never been concerned with him how hard somebody works like that's a given much more concerned with who can get what done and I'll never forget. He said that I, I like I tell everybody that I respect and everybody. I coached that story. I think in our business, one thing I don't like 'cause he's self promoters. He's a worker. He works issue. We all work hard. You not working hard, you don't win. But what I'm really interested in with our staff who can get things done. Okay. So you get to tech and he takes over program and I, I knew it so well, because we played against him, you know, and I love coach Dickie. A good man obviously had some academic stuff which caused them to not be able to have all their scholarships, and they weren't great, but they weren't bad either..

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"earth guy" Discussed on The Hoop Collective

The Hoop Collective

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"earth guy" Discussed on The Hoop Collective

"Truly believe i truly believe this if rogerson stayed healthy on that team they would have been immeasurably better not just because they would have rogerson he's a defensive stopper you wouldn't have had to ask paul paul george to do so much more on the defensive end of the floor and i really think it would have changed their complexion of the jeep how did you feel about fan prestige sitting behind his desk with his perfect hair and his his hipster glasses and his perfect suit and saying yes there's a line in from a tribe called quest says scared money don't make no money that that's not the end of i wish i knew a tribe called quest lyrics i've not really a fan of theirs because i wish i was allowed to have fun on twitter i'm not allowed to have fun but if but if i was like every time there were funded would make a transaction i would tweet a tribe called quest lyric you know oh thunder resign jeremy grant we gots to get the best i don't know i'm just making that up i don't it's really fun i would love to do that if i was i was watching that i'm like all right well that's hollywood seem as the you know that's what i thought really i mean he's the most down to earth guy and you know i he's easy to root for works he works at it and you know but i'm just trying to figure out if you're paul george why are going back there it is on that's what i'm trying to.

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"earth guy" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"earth guy" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"What is i think we should people are you breaking up with me on a roller coaster maybe we should an emotional roller coaster surprising what's not surprising how much you could save by switching to geico geico fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percents or more you're listening to the stephen a smith show podcast on their privileged to have my next guest on the line he is a defensive lineman for north carolina state the acc the reigning acc defensive player of the year a unanimous selection first team all american this past season i'm talking about the one and only bradley chubb he's on a live with yours truly right now what's going on bradley how how's everything none manages enjoying this whole thing how you doing i'm doing great first of all before i even get into some football questions let me ask you about yourself you had a national audience two hundred and fifty plus markets across the united states of america plus sirius xm channel eighty listening to you right now tell everybody out there this guy that's projected to be a top five pick in this upcoming nfl draft who is bradley chubb relatives to guide us this down earth guy very very humble guy lies to halfon on the football field likes to likes to do things and in fun off the field as well a guy that's going to give you one hundred percent on every play that he plays a guy that's going.

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"earth guy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"earth guy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"I don't think he has to say anything much right now before the season a lot of times if we had two guys fighting for us it we to before the season starts name one some coaches like wait to the game itself i don't know i don't think it makes a difference either way to tell you the truth but i just think about them what what end up playing a lot in the coming year talking to save spur you're i know you're gonna you've been a big help already to dan mullen and university of florida i know you're gonna take part in his coaching clinic re i think is is this weekend yeah friday morning ten thirty here to facility so glad to say if he words the high school coaches what would you what would your assessment be so far what you've seen on the practice field coach ma and obviously we all know him well yeah paul there's a lot of enthusiasm down here dan is down to earth guy he's got enthusiasm he's he's coach in the receivers are getting coats like they hadn't been coast before quarterbacks so i got here florida's offense is it's been so stagnant as you know i think we were hundred sixteen hundred fourteen hundred twelve last three years that america's go dan mullen as an offensive genius because we're going to get off events and there's some talent here too there's a lot of talent and i don't know what's quarterback apply if there is definitely a competition going on right now about that but then said hey there's a lot of good ball players here they're eager to learn they want to do well so there is little air of excitement down here.

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"earth guy" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

I Am Rapaport

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"earth guy" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

"Great not many people can do a lot anything's great no he's a great path that rebounded he's a great score is a great later teammate he knows that encourage those guys and get them playing their best you can turn intake ago the worst thing mba right now that's not playing great and bringing the cleveland or bring bronson you'll have in play on a totally different player what is like what is he helps you he builds defines what you're good at and he wants to essentially builds that confidence in you definitely and he'd just encourage you encourage you to play a game and shoot and he's very similar in that aspect of nubian a humble down to earth guy and let you play and be you and encourage you so it's so play good basketball and so he knows how to win now go into miami and he learned a lot from their knows how to win leader better leader but i've seen takeover games before i even got the cleaver when he was doing his thing against detroit in the playoffs even when i got there as those games the season and even playoffs that he's taken over games only guy scorn next twenty points over eighteen twenty points straight and a quarter or an a half and he's doing so amazing thing a lot of that goes show because naturally to me he's not a natural score more of a point guard asser so here will do those things and it's you can't shoot he worked on that he did this he does so many things great and he's gotten better every year and just his i q i think separates in commercials.

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"earth guy" Discussed on Hockey Today

Hockey Today

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"earth guy" Discussed on Hockey Today

"Million twitter followers and so on and so forth but he gives dole back down to earth guy and i covered him in junior hockey with the um delvaux balls and at him and his two brothers who played for belleville i got a chance to talk to his died at the memorial cup in mississauga uh that might have been at war think five or six years ago and just there still the same people so that to me i'm really resonates with me when you can read a certain status of not only popularity but clearly you know skill in your game and everything to but you could still be that same person and still say hello to someone that you met five six years ago um so p as definitely uh one of those guys for me to and just just thinking to watch there's so many so many guys that i like i said that i just pick certain things that i love the about them um and that i love watching so like of silk hustle and his release and just his nonchalant and joking attitude even though he was in toronto and he was kind of like a villain here in toronto but i love the fact that he's completely turned everything around and he's you know god different guy i love i love that um ryan gets life amazing vision uh i mean that man i feel like he's got to eyes on the back of his head to you know in his playmaking abilities is just uncanny um stuff like that just just now there's so many different guys that i look warren just have um so much admiration for so uh and food i mean how do i not mentioned sit in this conversation i mean sending crowds these always a consummate professional i mean i've never seen that guy you know get a bad cold to the media i mean yeah he's kind of cliche when he talks but at the same time i've never releasing them get all upset or anything at the media right i mean considering how much pressure this guy has on him um yeah he's just phenomenal and what he's able to do and what i love about him the most.

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"earth guy" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

Monday Morning Podcast

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"earth guy" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

"When she goes to sleep i sleep you know what i mean it's like that ludicrous aren't right when you move move you move that's your way want would she sleeps you sleep just like that will you see whatever the fucking song is that's what i always sing when i put it up would you sleep i sleep just like dad she goes eats you fucking laughter falls asleep and then i shut my eyes which feels like five seconds have after wait back up again which is probably why i fell asleep during the phenomenal black panther go out check it out really enjoyed that movie even though i fell asleep and thought i was in a helicopter crash all right that's it in my apology to figure skaters you know what i mean why do you have to be skating around fucking initiated you don't think it's about time they got some thick he's out there all right god knows maybe they can do salute tricks okay that's it that's the podcast i'm off to new york and i'm going to do that benefit looking forward to seena bobby kelly rich vase to rosa all the people out there shadow to call and quinn i know he's doing better and all that stuff he spent or just about every patrice o'neill benefit salt of the earth guy so given him a shout out so hopefully you'll be up in around i could run to new york trying to break his boss all right that's the plot kaskel fuck your cells of checking check in with you on thursday jesus.

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"earth guy" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"earth guy" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"And i remember kind of thinking about an hour where am i going with us you know what's next for me stevie stevie ray vaughan to add yeah and we're gonna play bruce springsteen's father and as out about every which it would mind i was gonna say if after so i become the rock and roll dead which is not a bad it's not an they're worse fates there are worst fake certainly worth fate but vernon was burnham was different he was a loving father is a bit more of a dandy than uh ray cash which which who he was more of us salt of the earth guy of course they were uh the caches were sharecroppers in ah uh but uh vernon was a little bit more of a dandy he didn't i don't think he liked hard work i don't think he was like railway that way and uh so he was interesting you know it was fun and generous myers was a terrific elvis and was grill mates who had randy quaid is the ah we shutting graceland did you really olea and just like just like a walk the line was shot in memphis so we we had gone i had gone to grason book but to actually shoot there was nothing else he had and i love elvis amid who does love elvas so while there was nate it was great experience you got a little bit of elvis hair going on for just popped up the front i'll tell you worth a little it's a little bit too i i hear you and i've been influenced by those guys grown up and i'm not letting it go i'd why let it go hairstyles it's there's no reason to it's to cool i.

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"earth guy" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"earth guy" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"But a so any was so you so the first film pi i remember that was a that was a that was exciting time you're the new genius near the genius of hillary side earth guy made this movie for a little bit of money in black and white and it's fucking tricky the remember the tags liquor feet he was remembered that of course i was there earlier and i was like what the fuck is pie business does a very cool i i hired a bunch of friends from brooklyn district i told 25 bucks a can just take the stance olsen put put up everywhere at 5 guys one night and we just bombed the city will what can what what drove the why we possessed with that story apply here i don't know it was a lot of things i was thinking about at the time you are eating prove were not brought up with a lot of religion now okay but uh i just there was just i don't know i i think i had a i actually had a math teacher in high school who taught all the sacred geometry was like an elective somehow i end up in his class in it he he told all these mystical things about pie and how the chip shins uh had the ratio in their buildings but then used a different one a different angles along side of the joseph campbell stuff in the bible stuff you like this is the missing piece of missed the sit yeah it's all in this all i lay out you know i like that stuff because i think people lost in it and yet but you can lounge that your mind denia some in that happened in the movie uh frankly you know it's like you know how far out can you drive your brain area right which is fun abate but then like requiem for dream was like boomor in color they're moving.

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