22 Burst results for "Eight Nine Ten Year"
Connect Your 5D Multidimensional Self And Source in the Heart Field With Don Ernesto Ortiz
"Ernnesto. Welcome tumor kaba chakra. 'as so much fun house for having us against in your program and so delighted and i love all the different ways in which people connect to that hartfield and the renaissance renaissance with the consciousness. So before we dig into this juice juicy topic because this is one of my favorites as well. Can you tell us your story for how you even got into this work with us a very long story. You have a four hour slot. We can however i might make it concise i was. I was born in mexico city and was fortunate to have been born in a very well to do family They had a coffee plantations in the state of aircrews. Some from a very early age. I went to the farm. They and instead of staying inside with my cousins and learning how to play chess and things like that. I kicked off my shoes immediately and i went outside to be with the workers so by being with the workers. They taught me how to a pig coffee and things like that and i little by little. They accepted me. I suppose because that was the son of the owners but they so more than that as time went by. And that was that curiosity. That genuine interest that i had in their way of being way of living which was completely opposite from what i was experiencing with my family so they started invited me to their homes. Their little simple homes a group of about eighty people and And two of them a couple were the elders so to speak of this group and they were the shamans. The healers dados that age. You know eight nine ten years old. I had no idea what that was but they started doing some ritual and ceremony with some people and taking herbs and beating them up with them and blowing smoke and alcohol and then to start. Doing all of that to me. And i was a kid. You know eight nine years so going like oh. I don't know what all of this is. But i kinda like it you know and blow big with the smoke and spread the alcohol. I'd like that and what happened. Is that by being exposed to this magical world of mexican mysticism third. I and my check. Res- were beginning do opened up in align to other dimensional realities that were not part of what my upbringing was bringing me or giving me and pursue. This opened the world of of shamanism to me without knowing what shamanism was got to be eleven years old. I was there observing a process and this man the shaman toucan eg and stir rubbing the egg on this woman's neck and on her arms. And i'm going. I don't remember seeing that before but okay. So when he finished he took the egg and cracked it and what came out was black life and at that point. I said wow. I don't know what that is. But i wanna do that. I wanna learn how to do that. And that strong exclamation is what began opening the doors of shamanism in my life. Wow that yeah that's So you you kinda got into it early. You didn't get some people get into shamanism in whichever culture they get into it through much later in life but you kinda i mean. Eight or nine. That's when you start developing your own sense of self now. What was your upbringing. aside from. You said you came from a tradition upbringing. What was the tradition upbringing. That you came from a very pseudo-catholic family. Okay say pseudo cadillac catholic. Because they went occasionally church to look look good and all of that but without real spiritual meaning of of the of the catholic religion so but so so what happened. Is that at the same time that i had this exposure to shamanism about very early age i had a very deep interest On on on church in fact wanted to become a monk. Because i was so deeply connected to the energy of francis of assisi In oh my path was from a very early age divided between the the the mystical a folkloric chamonix mexican culture and also the the catholic faith you know so it was balancing those out in on deal the point that it was a for lack of answers the catholic church. The priest did not have for me then. I chose to completely remove myself from the catholic faith as start looking for answers as to how the mind operates how i create the condition my mind. How the reality that i was experiencing at the time was becoming a reality.
Interview With Author, Lynne Bertrand
"So then. What book hooked you. It's a great question. I was Sense the info on this question you know just that we could interpreted however we wanted to and i thought to myself. I'm not sure it was a hook. It was more of a net because a lot of reading in my childhood that was just part of the culture. I grew up in Partly just The nature of life before a lot of screens And then partly because i grew up in the family of a A fairly religious family so we were people of the book like anybody. Who's you know. grows up in that. You know that the buckets. In our case the bible but in other cases i think of the korean or you know the torah people reading and memorizing parts of books and becoming sort of accustomed to the idea that the book in some way is your life and your belief system and your and your way of understanding the world so there was that and then aside from any religious interpretations of the book the narrative structure of all those books in the old and new testaments or the first and second testament is really interesting stuff but then beyond that i I wanted to choose. A book called my family and other animals by gerald durrell. Who actually d'oro if you're british and incorrect. Which is the story of. It's one of many books that the zoologist durrell wrote As part of his Recollections about his life in zoology and this one is his early years on the island of corfu When he was there with his family and his brother. Lawrence still is a Novelist he wrote the alexandria quartet which will probably show up later in this interview. Because you'll ask me what series. I've never finished but gerald was Delicious writer funny kind of a smart aleck and really Captured not only his life in the field and mountains of coffee. Which is a greek island. collecting like rose beatles magpies and puppies and wall lizards and stuff but also the stories of his family. Being completely intolerable and arrogant. And you know with all their crazy foibles. Carry charming book. And i realized that if he could write like that then this could be really fun to read all my life and where in your life did you read this book. I well when i was about eight years old eight nine ten years old I used to go to new hampshire to stay with my grandparents and we were permitted because again it was a time when life look different. We were permitted to just take ourselves downtown and go anywhere we wanted and you know just as kids and we used to do things that we remembered from our summers like by a hamster you think their parents would never let us to and my grandparents just gave us a long leash least at all so i went to the bookstore all the time. There is a prep school town. I was not that kid. We were not that kind of wealthy but we had full access to the prep school bookstore. And i bought this book just thinking the cover was interesting. And i'm actually holding it in my hand. It is completely destroyed taped together with masking tape. It's Aqua the way everything was in nineteen seventy three or whatever that was and it was covered with all these crazy looking animals from that time. Sort of a collage and it has the typefaces that you would recognize from that era. So i And i read it in secret thinking that because it had some swears in it probably getting in trouble and was that sort of common use you were having to sneak books From your parents were your parents very today. Kind of investigate what. You're reading a frequently to make sure it was clean. Yeah no it's a great question. My parents are very liberal in their In their interpretation of what would be considered you know dogma but the The churches that i grew up in were more conservative so i was pretty careful. I mean that was the same era. As are you there. God it's me margaret. And you know i mean. There were things coming out that we're pretty controversial. Nothing like what. I've written and nothing like anybody else's writing now but But at that time it was you had to be kind of careful
7 Myths & Mistakes To Avoid When Launching Your New Podcast in 2020
"What's going on welcome back or welcome to the show for the first time? I'm musty as your host, you'd help you. Launch and grow a successful podcast helps you grow your business. Build your personal brand and become more successful and better known whether your goal is more impact or income or all of the above. This is the show for you. When you want to use a podcast to do just that now today. We're GONNA. Be talking about something that trips up a lot of entrepreneurs and business owners when they start their podcasts, and is why it becomes such a chore, and then they eventually fail and give up and to be. Debbie. Downer or someone who's really negative, but I'm going to share with you today. Seven myths slash pitfalls about launching your podcasts at I've coached a lot of people through have helped a lot of clients through and I've seen this happen over and over again even if you're a year into the podcasting game or your year to growing your podcast, and you're like my shows is. Is kind of idle like it's. It's not growing anymore. I'm not getting any leads from it. I'm not getting any new customers from it I'm not getting anything from his just another thing for me to do on my to do this. Well are some flaws are some things you're doing? That are causing you to think like that could help you reshift. Reposition your exact your mindset. Mindset around this in this training Oh this episode so before get into this one. Definitely just circle back had a share something. That's for me kind of illustrated. This point in in real life got a client who's done amazing job for their their podcast. They're up to about twenty thousand downloads month. They're doing great. They get all of media the interviews they are able to reach big. Big Equal, but they often compare themselves to people who have been doing undoing podcasting eight nine ten years, and they're only about a year or two in the game, and that's a big issue that really is that truly is one of the biggest things you can was taken over one I would say is, is this and this? Is this whole conversation that we had with? This client recently was all about this. It's about comparing your niche. PODCASTS was show. That's much much much broader. Here's the deal. If you have a niche podcast meaning, you're talking to a very specific market, and you compare yourself to Joe Rogan or a very much a bunch of punch broader podcast that has reached because they bring on guys like ee. Lan Muss. It's hard to compare really look at your podcast success. Getting to twenty thousand dollars for most people is is isn't hard or sorry is easy and the fact that they've done in less than a lesson. Two years is pretty remarkable so especially in this world now. Now, maybe in two, thousand, sixteen, two, thousand, fifteen much easier, nowadays, not so much a lot more competition out there, so I'm happy for them, but they're comparing themselves to a lot of people have been doing this for eight nine years I mean. If you've been doing this for eight nine years, you should expect to have a way bigger show especially consistently the way they're who they're comparing themselves to. If you go back and look at those shows a near year twos I. Bet you. They weren't doing the numbers they're doing now and they're still doing the same numbers. They probably wouldn't be doing for this long. I can guarantee. GUARANTEE THAT SO NUMBER ONE! Don't compare your niche podcast. Show to someone who's doing something much broader Joe Rogan Tim Ferriss you name it like those those guys are in a broader market. They have experienced They were mainstream before they got into podcasting so yesterday some anomalies. There's Louis Houses who've been doing this for years again. That's START OUT PODCASTING, but no, it's time it takes time trees on grover night. Why would you podcast overnight? So that's number. One number two is comparing your launch to somebody who's way bigger than you so listen. If you have a small audience, you can expect to demand hundred thousands of downloads. Downloads out the gate. I've only seen. That's probably a handful of times where someone is able to do that and every single time it's it's from somebody who already has a large of a name in their in their space. They may not be like Oprah, Winfrey big, but they have the in their space carved out a name for themselves. So if you're coming in doesn't have a name for themselves. You can expect your podcast. Be This game changer? It's a reflection of you, your podcasts and your content of reflection of you, so a big mistake. People make is comparing their launch to someone WHO's ten times bigger than them. You're trying to go into battle with someone who has way more firepower than you compare your launch or or that you're more of your podcasts. That is a mistake. Big Big mistake that I see people
Selling During a Pandemic with Steli Efti
"Still. Fd thanks so much for joining me on startups for the rest of us for your third appearance so much way back yeah man. It's always good to to chat with you. I think we talked. Maybe seven or eight months ago and obviously heard your intro. They know you're you've just been steeped in sales startup sales for what eight nine ten years ten years fan. We're getting we're getting older. I think today I want to into some stuff that that is related to the current crisis of sales is one thing but sales during a pandemic and Quarantine Kelsey uncertainty imagining. It has to change during this time and so I think this kickoff. I'd love to hear your thoughts on how you've seen that change how you can help people kind of adjust to this mindset and then. I think we'll dive into a little bit about how can companies position themselves? We will have a post corona virus world. And how do we position ourselves to really be in a good position there? Everything is global pandemic as it turns out finding totally paper. Hang out with your family. So sales isn't different in that in that sense. You know what's funny? The biggest thing that I've noticed. Is that the good. And the bad just gets amplified during a time like this. When you rent the level to ten the weaknesses are just like amplified so much and I think the sensibilities and sensitivities of people are just like massively increased so she too big campaign level trend will. I'm sure we're going to dig deeper and deeper go to the nitty gritty and the details on the technical suffer people but this two big things that I've seen so far. One is kind of a counter steering to even more selfishness in aggressiveness. So sales people entrepreneurs business people because they exactly up so much. Kind of the worst sight came out in. They're like I don't care I need money right now. I need to hustle any to push. I need to be more aggressive than usual any to be more selfish than usual. So you'd get these emails. That are like so weird like I'll give you an example like a person that I've known for ten years now right a business person that I've known continues. We helped each other out. Here's a couple of businesses is a couple of like does a lot of content. And we've always been friendly of always supported him with the stuff and he supported us with with stuff and then we had an email exchange recently about being on the podcast and he was like well. I it was a personal exchange. Is All about like yeah. Don't worry about me. Steady life is good. Business is good like I'm doing fine. But then he was communicating. Somebody on my marketing team was saying well. If Stella once on the podcast we have to charge ten fifteen km for that because we have to survive and that was forwarded to me and it was such a weird thing to do like. Tell me directly. Hey everything is fine but then tell somebody on my marketing team. I'm GonNa Charge fifteen thousand and then sell it can be on my pocket no word about what's in it for us. What is the benefit. What is the value? I'm going to get. It's such a selfish common. I'm going to charge ten thousand because I need to survive. I mean we all need to survive. But that's good southern really compelling selling proposition for me and then it was also a weird because to me the statement was the world is perfect and then to another personal. My team statement was I needed to charge ten K. Of the world is ending and that even worse when I said let's politely decline. Let's say thanks. But no thanks. When the market person responded. Hey it's going to be outside our budget but we wish you best of luck. Hopefully everything's GonNa be fine. He Okay just for you guys nine K. But you have to take this week or something like that though. Lead his thing her. What is this a special offer again? This week feels really count got it feels so selfish so tone deaf so sleazy and really this is. It only takes a moment to ruin your reputation. It really changed how I think and feel about this individual right I was like wow. I never want to deal with this person again. This is so weird and to me. This is desperation and fear manifesting itself in the ugliest form possible and. I don't think that's a way to succeed. I don't think that's the way for you to make your business succeed in. That's compelling like I don't think he he balked tons and tons of guests who paid ten K. Because I pay attention and there's no guests on this podcast recently just and so to me. That's one way to go like people being super selfish. Those are rare to be honest most entrepreneurs and more sales people that have become uber aggressive. But there's a lot of tone deafness in the world right these kind of emails. You've gotten them. I've gotten them people that listen to us right now. Gotten where it's like. Don't you know what's going on in the world wide? Are you sent me this email? It seems like so kind of disconnected from board is happening in the world. So that's one thing the other trend that I see more off though and I think this is going to be the problem with the people that are listening to us now. Which is the overreaction. The different in the opposite direction. Which is people in sales people and founders having such high anxiety and fear to upset anybody that they'd just stopped communicating stopped selling stop operating because the thought was well. How could I ever try to do business during a time like this people are going to get upset with me if I send them an email or if I give them a call if I tried to close a deal that so I can't do that right now? People are hurting and I think that's a really bad idea as well. I've told this to more people than ever before I've had so many one on one conversations and please always the same listen number one. The will is not going to become a better place. All of stopping work. Like if I stopped selling rob. My future is less secure. Might families futures less secure. My employs futures less secure. Nobody benefits from me stopping to work. Because things tough out there like. I'm not helping anybody really. So it's not the time to dig a hole and be like I'm GonNa just lane here late low and wait to all of this because the truth is that this might take a really long time to be quote unquote over. Whatever the hell that means right we all know and every day where you don't do business you're making the problem big impossible you make the economic slow the economy less secure your making your family at Your Business Security. Nobody's been helped by this. So my big ask to people has been especially during a crisis you have to keep selling. But you don't do it in a tone deaf way and I'm sure we're going to go into more detail like my basic philosophy is. I'M GONNA send a sales email. I'M GONNA make a sales call. I'm going to try to close a deal I am done in. We'll talk about this me shifted close and we're asking. We had one record month after the other this year from January up until May of pre pace right every month. We've had more prepaid than ever before in the company's history because we made that a focus will be started. I didn't know if this would work. I was like who wants to prepay for year. Two time like this probably. Nobody turned out quite a lot of our customers. Wanted to and we can talk about how we did it in wide worked. But you'd be surprised people were still buying and selling in. You have to keep selling of the way to do it in a thing in a respectful way is not to be overly aggressive and be like selfish. I we need to increase our price because we have to survive. Here's the contract. You have two hours to cloak to sign it but also not an overly apologetic way. I know everything is bad for you. You hurting your frayed. I'm afraid you read the bad news this morning. Nobody wants to hear that like people already have enough exerting their life. They don't need you to. Ino them with ten links about world politics. That are terrible. How is that helping them? That isn't helping them and that isn't making. You look like a good person either so my approach has always been during this crisis. You want to be honest. Not fake positive. Not fake optimistic honest. Hey is everything all right. Are you good all right? How are things going right now? Are you continue to do business? Are you stopping everything? Tell me about your world. Tell me about your forecast of the world like do you think that things have been pick up again in a month in two months any lake signs that you looking for before you kind of step in to put the pedal to the metal and do more things purchase things so investing more things will decide how to move forward like. I'll ask some of these questions but always will ask them with what I would call high energy. I I want to talk to people not with taken to not with fake positive but with energy. Because there's a funny thing during these times when everybody we're talking to is exiled any written and depressed and fearful and pissed and all the news. We reading our full of like overwhelming facts. The last thing we need is one more person that talks does that makes us feel even more about the world or that seems low energy or apologetic or fearful. Let's not the kind of energy will on us or on US House with but if you can talk to somebody today that even during these crazy times is honest and frank and straightforward with you but seems to have energy seems to have the ability to make decisions to do. It makes people feel better. It makes people feel like yeah. I mean I can have a conversation. I can make a decision. I can take action right even during these times. And there's this old quote from her name is Angela or something people can can Google and find it is. The people won't remember your name. People remember the place but people will never forget how you made them feel and I think that especially during times where we're also anxious and afraid overwhelmed when we interact with people that make us feel calm and confident. Make US feel a little bit more energized than before. Those are the type of people that we will want to gravitate towards and talk more to. We will remember that these people stand out. So That's how we've been selling clothes and how I approached reaching out to people like us. The frank don't be fake but don't be meek. Don't be like the whisper. Don't be apologetic. The Zeino the tons of hard. Sorry that I'm talking to you right now. Nobody needs that. Nobody being helped by that attitude and energy that you bring to the table. So that's the biggest thing. Don't be afraid to sell selling good for you. Good for your family selling good for your prospects. He just telling them something. That's that could provide value. We could talk a lot more about it but that's kind of my big by big spiel around this. Don't be so afraid because there is a way to do it. That won't piss off. That won't make you a bad person but it will make the world kind of turn and economist move forward in Your Business still operate even during times weights harder to talk to prospects employs deals.
"eight nine ten year" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Is gonna be in Utah and they still have the firing squad Utah out had exactly get that done in Utah and it was a very it was gruesome the you know the what the what they do and then there's a lot of it will never forget the stories about you know who's gonna firing squad and there's one guy with a blank blank right out so you don't this so he doesn't now but it wasn't like you know like up against a wall at dawn it was like in a like an internal like in a in a room and then they they would have because I was like in a shooting range right yeah like at a shooting range and was in the chair and then they would put a target I was at our whole thing was the target yes just kind of going overboard yeah yeah I mean it it short you know that in in the whole thing was just any is so you're stopping you think about all that mess with in this for the bait starts often in this country with with questions of of how you know is is the death penalty if you're going to have it how do you do it is it too gruesome and and that's why the people settled on this whole idea of life without parole right now I got a guy who was convicted of murdering these three women is getting out sixty years later but in a really as we call it today here case yeah and I bet you if you'd asked people sixty years ago you think this guy I'll ever walk free the answer would have been a resounding now right yeah I'll for sure but you're right the pendulum does swing back and forth as societal societal opinions when by the way I can guarantee you you guys are the only ones at the United center having a in depth conversation about crime punishment in the death penalty the main concourse there was some other guy is he a giant pretzel well the the presses are not yet then that's what you need to know we can have this conversation now families the unfortunate thing is families are now coming in with their little ones because they do this to this kids hockey thing here so they've got ID like eight nine ten year olds on the ice it's the cutest thing ever because they're just like slipping all over the place mom from when that because like there's Rincon let's go watch his show so anyway the death penalty in sixty years ago the all gather around the star pride killer story tell a tale I had to talk about it because my parents kept talking about my dad would tell me the story every time because there's just a bit he has nothing to trade you know the call star rock for a reason there was it was a the history of that particular piece of geology and geography is based on and of a tribe of you know of a native tribe yeah the basically taking refuge up there mmhm and it was ten till last do you know you smoke could be out yeah now you never want to go against my start over one of the kids were crying.
Selina Tobaccowala Discuss Growing up Coding in the 80's and How She Was Often the Only Girl in Class
"If you're already business idea in Haiku form it would go something like this. It solves problem. Super Easy to explain people will use it and back in the early days of the worldwide web. There were a lot of problems that were right for solving including paper or rather other how to use less of it about the last time you wrote a letter on paper though that a registration form with a pen or filed a physical document into way metal filing cabinet right for the most part e mail and electronic documents have replaced paper same with invitations. Most of the invites I get and I'm pretty sure you get common an email and for that simple convenience you can thank you salina. Tobacco Allah because back in the late. Nineteen Ninety S Selena and her friend Alid wrote the code that would power the first online invitation business eve and for a time was a darling Ling of the DOT COM bubble within two years of its founding it was valued at around a hundred and fifty million dollars of course when the bubble burst in in two thousand so did E. value but unlike other dot com era companies such as COSMO or pets.com Lycos or G. who cities eviter hung in there. And it's still around today. In fact invitations from eviter reach more than one hundred million people eight year company is now owned owned by Liberty Media and while it has tons of competitors eve. I is still one of the biggest players and online and -tations as for Selena Tobacco Allah. She still an important name Silicon Valley. She's become a kind of role model for women and girls who want to get into tack in fact back. When she was a kid she she loved computer? She was obsessed with them. She grew up in Ramsey New Jersey. The daughter of two emigrants from India's for my parents perspective. If you ask who I was I mean I was always that person like waving my hand in the air with the answer class which I think annoyed a lot of my teachers. Most of the time I love to read. I am A terrible athlete. I'm but I always love team sports and it was something that was important to me. I actually was voted basketball captain of Ramsey high school basketball team but not because my athletic ability but only because I built a stats program in high school to help the other players shoot better. Wow using like built a statue program on your home computer I did. It was on the army pro database and I used to come home after every game in like database who shot from wear and then a printout sheet the next day and give it to the good players and they eventually decided that they wanted me to be there captain which was very funny because I only play the last two minutes of the game either if we were really upper really behind. How did you get into computers as a kid? So is really from influence of my dad. He started off as a punch card programmer for a company called. EDS and he was there for. I think about twenty five years and he rose from being this punch-card programmer to a a multimedia president couples away from the CEO of this huge organization. Her and he always exposed us to technology when he would take us to work work every so often we would see that entire you know. It was a huge mainframes and servers. And you'd walk in and you see all the computers and the technology and it was just always exciting to me and so he brought computer home. I'm probably when I was eight nine ten years old and I got excited Abou- coding and starting to build things and then my mom Schlep me summer coaching camps in all different places across New Jersey. To expose me to it more. I mean this is before like now of course every parents like I want my kid to learn how to code but like in the early mid eighties. That was not the thing. What were you learning? What was the code? I'm so pretty sure. It was logo and basic at the time. I I and then I do remember learning Pascal when I was in middle school. Were you often one of the only girls in those classes definitely and if I look back now now I think about that you know I remember I took the AP Computer Science Class of my high school. And I'm pretty sure I was the only girl in class but it never occurred to me at the time. Do you remember Birlik even as a teenager thinking like when you ask a teenager would. He won't be when he grew up. You know some of them have an answer and some of them might say the president and some might you know say businessman-rebel Dan rea billionaire like would you say I want to do something in computers right from high school. I wanted to do something in computers. That was what I got excited about. That's what I wanted to study Eddie. And when I was looking at colleges I was only focused on okay. What are the best colleges for computer science and that was my criteria? And so you decide to go oh to to the west coast to Stanford. Yeah this is like the beginning of the DOT com boom come one point. Oh did you get that feeling. England was that was that energy present on campus nineteen ninety-four so that energy of starting a company and the company starting around you in that dot com boom. I mean that was all around you especially by nineteen ninety six one thousand nine hundred seven. I mean there was excited. There was Yahoo. There was so many different companies in that the idea that you were computer scientists and you could go start a company with absolutely in the air one thousand nine hundred hundred important year at the year. Netscape and Netscape Browser. Comes out for mass use. Do you remember using the web for the first time and I don't remember the exact moment I use the web for the first time but I remember burn my year. One thousand nine hundred four freshman year was the first year everybody had email all my high school friends that e mail and it just changed everything like that time. In in computer technology technology was just this mash shift to introducing that consumer to all of this content and communications that nobody had access to prior. I guess like in your first year you met somebody who was who go on to be an important business co founder and partner Later on again in Aleve Aleve mad at you as you meet them so I lived in off freshman dorm compromiser and two doors down for me was the sky. I'll he was from Wisconsin. He was a swimmer but he loved computers and he was always building stuff. And this will. This will age US we worked on the first yearbook that was going to be digital instead of physical he put it on a multimedia CD distributed to all the freshmen and it was just photos. And you put the CD in there's your yearbook. Yeah exactly so you know like you work on this yearbook and then did you just continue to kind of talk about ideas or so I had a little blip. which was I took a computer science class in my freshman year there and I didn't do that well and I got a little nervous? which is is this the right field for me and that summer I got a job Bob? which was what I thought was going to be database activity in the mall and it turned out? I was the mall greeter where I would literally stand there and say welcome to Paramus Park and and I was complaining about it to my friend's dad he ran the IT Department for an Investment Bank Warburg pincus and he said quit your mall job. Come intern for me. And I had the most amazing summer experience I helped build one of the first websites for this investment bank. We built this application called morning meeting notes to help them. You know Record all their Monday meetings and I fell back in love with computer science and it was really then my sophomore year that I went full steam ahead on CS CBS. It was once I saw using computer science in the real world and I saw I was I reaffirmed that I was good at it. You know when you walk into Stanford and and all of a sudden you know. You have been the Valedictorian and you've been the best student in your class and then you walk in and all of a sudden your average and it makes you question in the sense of like. Oh Am I going to be good at this when I get out into the real world and having that summer experience I saw I can do
"eight nine ten year" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Eight eight nine four one tags the comedy called the OC out because the role stated that this generation is the first generation of young people to ever March of history never take to the streets and and I just we tore how even the revolutionary war started young people are taking to the streets stop thirty civil war saying you ever hear the civil rights movement when you say you know history they make a surgeon is the first generation you fail I followed up with people often ask me why Kingsley call Yossi honoring corrected ridiculous statements because young people relate to her age it looks therefore will be skeptical it's up to the rest of us to give them a proper education on our history in country it's pretty simple pretty simple it is and somebody said she's not all that she cares what is it again I'm not doing it for Alexandria because of Cortez I'm doing it for those who believe her it's important because if you don't raise your voice and say well hold on a second it's not right like earlier Lynn in good faith thought that you know the pension plan was for the house it turned out not to be correct so I corrected it I think you stick which she said as fact although she meant well into the new that you did although check it out and it turns out a little different than she thought so then a reported that that's the way you do it be skeptical of everything here from government whether it's from the president who I support I still check everything out very says everything or the media or for me if I say it check out what I say and if I'm wrong call me out but we know what he successfully ever called me out if I get something wrong I gently will fix it later myself but if you know the day you got somebody who is either of the mindset that she's smarter than she is or as we given talking points that she never checked out so she believes them whatever whatever the reason is that you keep saying these incredibly correct statements if we don't call her out there's a certain segment of population a certain percentage watching listening that will believe it so we are really in a position where we need to teach them why they should believe it all right right now we got calls come you'll get the the second let me throw this out there as well in our in our gender we will close the gender department this is this is there are our second the program about gender Hey I could be at a gas when it comes to trans gendered any given my number long ago we actually used to call people that dress like women who were men transvestites those who were getting actual operations to make them appear to be the opposite sex recalled transsexuals today we're seeing trans gender and you don't say that your call the name by the left you can't really change your gender is a trans gender is a misnomer and gender dysphoria is a real psychological issue where all of the evidence proves a that you are with the biological sex that humans can be either male or female you are one of the other and if you think you're something other than what the facts show you got something called gender dysphoria it should be something that you get help with you get some counseling with you get a doctor to figure out maybe prescribe you something instead we've got families who are more and more taking their two three four five six seven eight nine ten year old kid and and say well yeah you probably are the other gender the other sex Bobby will call you willow from now on well here's a story of a grand.
"eight nine ten year" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Marquez this six police officers in Philadelphia have been shot their injuries are not life threatening ABC's Maggie can't says cops are in a standoff with the shooter we've been told by police officers when we hear those shots going off to duck to get down towards street level hospital that's about two miles from the shooting scene has been put on lockdown the news is brought to you by my cal choice dot com riverside school district has been hit with another sexual abuse lawsuit regarding a former elementary school technology aid two more female liberty elementary school students are claiming abuse by the technology aide who has since been indicted for a couple dozen charges what we have here is a systemic failure by riverside unified to protect students lawyer Morgan Stewart says the district falsified documents to make it seem like I was being supervised so you can imagine a virtually untrained person being part alone with eight nine ten year old children and ultimately use that advantage to abuse them and recite unified flat and do it riverside school district has not responded to requests for comment Corbin Carson calf I need lawyers claimed the jails phone provider in Orange County has downplayed how many attorney client calls were improperly recorded assistant public defender Serra rass the small number of call suggested to have been accidentally recorded is virtually impossible if they're not giving us accurate information about the amount of calls that were actually recorded then there's no way we can trust the representation as to how many calls were actually listened to by law enforcement a new motion includes the findings to convince a judge to force the provider to turn over internal documents the company called G. T. L. says it does not comment on pending litigation a contract has been approved to build the gold line out to Pomona foothill gold line construction authority CEO Habib Bailey and says the eight hundred million dollar contract was awarded to the civil engineering firm key with Parsons and they'll be in charge of every aspect of the construction for laying the track the electrical system signal crossings bridges.
"eight nine ten year" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Hundred points the worst day on Wall Street so far this year and keep recession indicator known as the yield curve briefly dipped into the red today for the first time since two thousand seven it's been a precursor to each U. S. recession for the past fifty years news brought to you by excel I dot com Beverly hills has agreed to settle three more lawsuits by police department employees against the chief the city is already paid for and a half million dollars in judgments and settlements again Sanders Bagnoli Bradley gauge who represents the people who've sued the city tells NBC for that taxpayers in Beverly hills will probably end up paying ten million but that's on fuel cost they pay their own borders signal he's been accused of discrimination retaliation and improper conduct she admitted under oath that she called Catholicism a cold and made fun of someone's age the Beverly hills city council has said has full confidence inspect only to do her job riverside school district has been hit with another sexual abuse lawsuit regarding a former elementary school technology eight two more female liberty elementary school students are claiming abuse by the technology aide who has since been indicted for a couple dozen charges what we have here is a systemic failure by riverside unified to protect students lawyer Morgan Stewart says the district falsified documents to make it seem like I was being supervised so you can imagine a virtually entrain de person being part alone with eight nine ten year old children and ultimately use that advantage to abuse them and recite unified let him do it riverside school district has not responded to requests for comment Corbin Carson calf I need New York is expecting thousands of child sex abuse lawsuits to be filed in one day New York lieutenant governor Kathy hopeful says the state is lifting the old statute of limitations for civil lawsuits for the next year what do you remember the.
"eight nine ten year" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Well, listen Malone. Listenable Llano was Sam on who's the boss? She was Tony danza daughter. And all man, I think she she may be just a year or so older than me maybe two I don't know how she is now. But I know she was just a tick older than me as I was growing up and. Oh, she she might have been my first television crush, maybe. I remember alyssum Alana will and somehow between then my eight nine ten year old self today in my forties. I don't know thirty years has turned to listenable Lonzo who was once my teenage crush into that woman, your buddy Mary's, and you really just don't want him hanging around anymore because you can't stand her that. That's who is to me. This sort of an insufferable just sort of shrill everything is I can't imagine being married to a person. Like this. I must tell you. They just seem to wake every day with some ax to grind, and it's generally about how much men suck. So she's really decided here. She's got an idea she has launched a brand new sex strike on Twitter. Have you heard this yet? As I look at it. I believe it just. Yeah. Yeah. It was just yesterday. So this weekend mother's day weekend. Listen Milano is encouraging you women to withhold sex. From we dumb men why. Well, because of the abortion legislation that's being passed out there in places like Georgia. I kid you not. She says here's a tweet. Our reproductive rights are being erased and until women have legal control over our own bodies. We just cannot risk pregnancy. Join what what does that mean until women have legal control over our own bodies? We just cannot risk pregnancy. So if you let's let's work with this for a minute. You don't currently. But if you did you have total full control over your body. Meaning if you did then you could risk pregnancy. Risk pregnancy. So if you said another way if you had full and total control ladies of your own bodies, then you can have all the sex you want and quote risk pregnancy. Okay. But she's saying because you don't because you're all kept women and you're under the control of we patriarchal men. She said join me by not having sex until we get bodily autonomy back..
"eight nine ten year" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain
"So yes, it's always like a friend of a friend. I'm not talking about going to business meeting or something for looked me up on global. But it's like. Yeah. In case. Both names jog your memory. I'm a big deal. Smelled like Stevo is. Okay. I'm David Jacoby. And then if you also like, hey, I'm Jacoby then that's kind of do ain't disingenuous because it's not your name. But then they'll be used. But my car the longtime. I thought that was your first name everybody does. It's really cool. I name it is my parents are just not that not that. All right. Let's talk about your parents. Where'd you grow up? I grew up in Amherst, Massachusetts, a college town UMass is there and risk colleges. They're Hampshire colleges there. It's a it's a townie. You know, like, we're wherever feel go too big schools. Like, oh, yeah. I went to like the local high school in like a sixteen that going to the frat parties and stuff. What is your what did your parents do for a living? English teachers. I guess yeah. I'm saying those teachers why don't you know, very few English teachers my dad started like transition into like writing grants for Amherst college. It's like it wasn't an in classic with a chalkboard. Been the Mr. Jacoby. You know what I mean? But like, they they sort of like, they were English teachers, okay and academics. Yeah. And academics. People never go to college college. And there's never really leave never leave yet. I was tempted. I loved college. The academics part as well. As all the other good stuff. Were you a massive sports fan growing up huge huge sports fan growing up at older, brother? Doesn't thing happened to be like pretty good athlete? You know? So I could I could. I think kids I've got kids kids like what they're good at. You know what I mean? So I was good at it. Which kind of like fueled the thing and like I lived in Amherst, Massachusetts where like Larry Bird was happening and the eighty six Red Sox. So I kind of caught I caught like some really nice teams when I was at that like eight nine ten year old age, which is like when you're very impressionable when it comes to like watching sports and the old tube. Right. And so what did you play? I've played basketball was my main thing still my main thing absolutely love with basketball played football in high school. And I also played baseball grown up in the league stuff. I played one year of the cross, which is the sport. I'm probably best that. Yeah. Like, I was good at it. I played in ninth grade. And I within the next routine to twenty dollars a team to the varsity team and then spring of sophomore year, I got mono, and then I couldn't do anything. And then was it junior year? I was like, you know, what it's nice out. There was gonna chase girls. And hang out. You know what I mean? Like, maybe I don't have to be in a sport like the entire school year. So that's kind of where my priorities lied when it came to the spring sports. And was there any interested in playing in college? No, you know, I went or otherwise. Yeah. Exactly. It not a lot of letters. Not a lot of letters coming into the mailbox know what I said. I was good at him. Good good. When I was like twelve. Yeah. Exactly like grading on the curve. Exactly. A feeder system to the big universities that Nola college coaches in the old bleachers that the Amherst Amherst high school basketball games. Not a lot of people the bleachers at the.
"eight nine ten year" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"We're going to get into it a little bit because there was a tweet that his wife put out there that I did not agree with. So I want to give him a chance. Defender. We can talk about the report to we'll get into all that stuff. And he's right for people that don't like Donald Trump. Yeah. Maybe some of those people didn't want to see that report that came out that said there was no collusion. I actually think it's a good thing for the country, and we'll get to that coming up at seven thirty but sticking to basketball, Danny let me ask you a question because you guys have a wonderful facility. And this kind of ties into lavar ball who we're going to have here in a few minutes. You got this wonderful Tarquini and facility down there at threat next to a palace station. And I've been there gazillion times. I've ref games there. It's it's a wonderful facility. How old do you think? Kids should be for coaches to come out and scout these young kids. Do you think it's appropriate for high school coaches to be at Tarquin center watching a bunch of nine and ten year old kids because I see it all the time in a kind of. I don't know how how do you feel about that? I don't know what you can see much of a nine or ten year old because people developed so differently. And there was a great players in high school. They never turn out to be very good by the time. They get to call it. So I don't know I scout a little bit different than offering scholarships as people as race seventh graders and eighty scholarships. I just think that's really ridiculous. First of all kids should be making decisions like that seventh and eighth grade. They should be waiting till they get closer to the. Go to college. I agree. And I and don't get me wrong. There's nothing wrong with watching a ten or eleven year old kids say, wow that kid is going to be a great player. I do it all the time when I'm reading games. Like, wow. Was that kid really ten years old? He jumps higher than me. It's crazy. But I just think it puts a little bit of undue pressure on some of these kids. They're kids that we're not even talking about high school players. We're talking about elementary school kids. I just think they're so young. I think at that age when you're eight nine ten years old. As a parent what I'm not a parent. But if I was I would be like, look, why don't you try this sport? Why don't you try that sport trying all these sports and do whatever you enjoy? So that's exactly how I feel done with my kids. I've never pushed my kids towards basketball. And I've asked them whatever sport they wanna play play and play multiple ones. No, make up your mind. My son. He went from soccer say didn't like that. He went to basketball city hated it told me I had to change his name. I can call him, Jerry. Then he then he went into baseball. And and so now, he's trying all different things. He's actually playing some basketball some baseball some big martial arts. You just get a different variety and nobody get into high school. They can decide whether it was. Why do you think there's so many parents? I'm glad to hear you do that. And I think there's a lot of great parents that do do that. But why do you think there's so many parents that push these kids at a young age? No, I want you to do this. I don't even know if they enjoy it because. Yeah, you programs have started at such a young age in the Gordon year round. Now baseball basketball has been around for a long time even football is almost year round, which is ridiculous. And these AU programs or whatever you want to call them in other sports. They push his kids to play the one sport that they feel they don't and they're going to be left behind. Or which is really wrong. I will tell you. I play tennis. I played football. And I think both of them helping basketball when I was a quarterback in football. I think it gave me really good court vision a quarterback where you. Were you really good players play the urine, Nevada I had better awards and football in high school than why did you go the basketball? I like those big guys hitting. Crazy. I don't blame you for that. But then but tenant tennis is great to play for you quickness, you stop and go stop and cardio. I was well basketball's a quickness sports. Not speed sport. It is right. It's about how fast you could run about is how football just knew all about. How physically is it's such a it's such a brutal sport locker rooms. Are linemen and those guys is a bulging, they're hitting the helmets. It gives you ever had a concussion when you got. No, I know I I ran from one side to the other. What was that? I was a player of the year. And we had a really great team. But not great players a lot of fun. But the last thing I wanted to sit back the puck and how these guys hitting. Yeah. They they were there and the older you get the bigger are the tough. Oh, what do they say the average NFL careers? What three or four years the average MBA twelve because those guys can't remember how long they were playing. That's true. Runningback place for about two and a half years NFL. It's it's brutal. How many hits you taken? And now, you know, I think safety obviously the safety measures. They've taken are certainly better now than back in the day when you played, but football like it or not it is a dangerous sport. And it's not good for your body. It's not good for your brain. It's not good for anything. Really except maybe your Bank account. If you're gifted the only thing more physical than football, vicious, and football is politics. We're gonna get to that. Like, fifteen minutes. That's true. We are going to get to politics with Danny arcane and come up here in a few minutes. And we got lavar ball who's going to be joining us as well. Best high school players really some of the best on the planet will be at the Orleans arena on Sunday afternoon. So that'll be an interesting event we're going to talk to determine game. You'd better push back or too far before I asked the question. What do you think about the Lakers situation? Do you think that Walton is a is a lame duck coach and he's out. I haven't followed the NBA too much from what I read I think almost for sure if the NBA now's basically controlled by the superstar players if if. James wants about he's out. And from what he does. He's not a big fan. It's such a players league. Isn't it players players like LeBron James he will be the basketball coach like that with the Lakers and Magic Johnson that he got rid of a coach. You know? What's interesting, though, we had Jeff Van Gundy on the show several months ago, and he said something very interesting. You tell me if you agree or not when he was coaching, Patrick Ewing. He said, look, here's the thing about Patrick Ewing. He didn't necessarily respect me. In fact, Jeff Van Gundy said that he didn't respect me. But he respected the coaching position. There's there's a difference there. And he told me there are certain guys that that not only didn't respect his brother, STAN Van Gundy, but didn't respect the coach like Dwight Howard didn't respect the coaching position. And that is exactly why that is exactly why his brother got fired. What what do you make of that? Now agree. I mean, I I don't know the situation. Well, enough at a certain players that don't respect their coaches and head coach or otherwise. The one thing. I when I played a UNLV, we were thankful to have coach at us and have an opportunity to be coached when I Costa Fresno, which was about ten twelve years later. Those guys didn't wanna listen to you. They they they felt they knew what was going on. I think a lot of that goes back to the emphasis of the programs are such a young age and how they catered and and made those kids think that they were better than they probably weren't by the time. They get to college. They don't wanna listen to you the coach they think they know more. That's true. That's true. And I think do you ever think we'll see a time in the NBA were we will see like a player coach when you have a player like LeBron James and he can play the role as a coach and a player. Do you ever see that happening? I certainly could. I don't think it I think the Lakers are probably be better for higher than abroad. Yeah. As a coach he's gonna make the calls anyway. Yeah. Fair enough to any tar canyon in studio audience. I think the Lakers should trade LeBron because he's thirty five he doesn't play defense anymore. They should trainer from Michael, Jordan. That'd be good slot. And it's very sad. Maps. I I'm very serious about that. I think they should try the Brown James. I I actually think if LeBron James played on another team. I it could actually I hate. I can't believe I'm saying this. But I actually do think that it would help the Lakers. So as I mentioned as I mentioned a few minutes ago, and by the way, Danny Tarquini and in studio along with JD sharp as I mentioned a little bit earlier. We do have this big basketball game that is going to be taking place at the Orleans arena. And it is some of the best high school basketball players on the planet. Some of the best players on the planet are going to be playing in this game. And it is it is the BBB championship. It is it is called the big baller brand. All American game. It will feature some of the top high school athletes in the country. It's at the Orleans arena. It's this Sunday, March thirty first at three pm and the guy in charge of it. We got on the line. We're this right now it is lavar ball mister ball. I appreciate you taking some time. Oh, oh, he's not. Oh, okay. We have a. Oh, okay. He has not this is Alexis, Alexis alot. How you doing? I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I boggles that up Alexis. How are you? Alexis. Go ahead. Is this lavar? Lavar. Hi, lavar. How are you, sir? Sorry about that, lavar, lavar, I appreciate you. Take some time to join us talk a little bit about this game on Sunday. And you must be pretty excited a nice little showcase your son's going to be out there. Tell us a little bit about it. Hold on one second chirp. If you're just joining us coming up, it is the big baller brand. All American basketball game. It's going to be this Sunday at three pm. Go ahead, lavar. Hey, how you doing doing good? Thanks for joining us. I appreciate it. So first of all talk to me about what talk to me a little bit about why you chose Las Vegas and had this game at the Orleans arena. A lot of people like to come here. Very. To Chicago or. Vegas. Las Vegas is very live. That is very true. Lavar talk to me a little bit about you know, when you decided to put this game. I would imagine this game will be a yearly game is that is that fair to say. Yep. The game. What would you be Yasser platform? Display their talent in front of a lot of people. Other game. Make the media like the. Did wanna Wanamaker a game? That's true. I wouldn't do it again. Father had access to pick a game for. Would do that. Because apparently. I wanna I wanna ask you a little bit about that. You talk about you know, how great, you know. Of course, lonzo's doing us a professional NBA basketball player, and you hear all these people that criticize you, right? And yet you seem to be doing a pretty good job with your kids. They seem to be very successful. You're obviously very successful. How annoying is that for you? When people don't know the real story, and they want to criticize you. Oh, really? Families about what I'm about old word. It doesn't matter. What people try to create the on outside. The did no rest. I'm not worried about. No. And I understand that. Do you think in a way that negative press is still positive press? Because it gets you your brand out there your name out there. And in a way turns it into a positive for you, and your family is that a fair statement, definitely a partner for the fact that I created the ban for the family, right? How could you call? That's fair. That's true. If you're just joining us, lavar ball got the big baller brand. All American game. It's going to be Sunday. Three pm tickets available at the.
"eight nine ten year" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Is the best of Joe Walsh. Joe Walsh, Wednesday, eight five five six four to fifty six hundred follow me on Twitter at walshsfreedom. I'll let this go for now. I will. Let this go. Maybe until tomorrow. I get really worked up about all this gender business. Part of the problem is like. So much of what we believe is good. And healthy. So much of what has worked for so long? It feels like we're in a rush these last few years to terra bunch of it down. I think the institution of marriage one man one woman. That worked for like centuries. And whether you want to fully acknowledge it or not it's no longer. The case anybody now can marry anybody. And there's a lot of flexibility there anybody can marry anybody's. I mean, I mean, the the limits of who can marry who are being tested wide open right now. But hey. Same sex marriages here so law the land. That fight that battle was lost traditional marriage marriage. Right. Not saying that a guy and a guy can't have relationship a girl in a girl can't have a relationship, but but calling that relationship marriage the thing between a man and a woman. That's no longer the case traditional marriage is gone. That fights over and like in a nanosecond right that institution had lasted for centuries. And then boom, that's gone. And people's opinion changed in the matter of a few years politicians change their mind on marriage in a few years. Well, now this gender thing. Is being thrown in our faces. And it's like exhausting. It used to be that babies were born those babies were male or female. Biologically. They were born as males or females boys or girls. That's out the window now. We're very quickly entering a world where? Gender is no longer a matter of biology. It's a matter of preference. Like gender. No longer has anything to do. With what you are what you have your biology when you're born in gender now, we're moving into that world. Now, where gender is whatever you want it to be. And you decide not not your creator, the the bean that the force that the God that gave you. Male equipment, and or not and or or female equipment. No that that God no longer decides your gender you do. And you can be a seven eight nine ten year old boy with a penis, and your parents can believe that you're a girl or you can identify as a girl and the world now is accepting this my point. We're rushing we are rushing into this. Gender preference. World. And I think like with marriage though, I would say more dangerous and more insidious than like what was done with marriage. This gender thing is more basic, it's more fundamental. It's more just basic science. We are rushing down a road right now. Not fully aware of we're thinking about the ramifications. That story the other day about two male partners who have a two year old boy, they're going to let that two year old boy decide what his gender will be. They don't use gender specific pronouns around that boy. They addressed that. Boy is they and one day. They believe the parents believe one day, they believe that that little boy will pick his gender. We've got a teacher. Right. And this is not unusual a high school teacher in Virginia who was fired just last week fired just last week because he refused to address he was fired over a pronoun. He refused to address the sixteen year old girl as a boy, he called her a her she identifies as a boy. So he did not address her with the correct pronoun, and he refused to he said based on my religious beliefs. She is a girl. That teacher was fired. We're not thinking about the ramifications. As we rush down this. Queer gender SIS gender transgender world. Anybody can be whatever they want to be. And it goes to ultimately the end of absolutes. You can be black. But if you identify as white you're white you can be white. And if you identify as black your block. You got that guy in what was it England who is a sixty-nine year old guy, and he identifies as a forty nine year old guy. He's sixty nine years old. He's been on this planet for sixteen nine years old. He's identifying as a forty nine year old who are you? And who am I to stop him? There is no longer up and down. There is no longer right and wrong. There's no longer male and female..
"eight nine ten year" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Five minutes. What the democrat party's been doing why they flipped? How they put their power ahead of the nation's security and well-being. How they lie about the economic consequences of unskilled labor. Labor pouring across our border and the effect on poor particularly minorities in our country. All self censorship. By the free press the propaganda press. They contradictory positions by Democrats as recently as eight nine ten years ago. Our Bernie Sanders as recently as a few years ago. They don't play them. They don't talk about them. They don't explain this flip what took place why for the reasons I keep saying the media in this country. Collectively is the mouthpiece of the democrat party. They are in sync on policy. They are in sync on ideology. The democrat party where to swing the other way today just as quickly that media would be right there carrying their banners. I'll be right back. Mm-hmm. With a look at the roads. Here's Andy Kaye from the one zero one five seven twenty AM traffic center traffic sponsored by the estrogen temporal scanner thermometer. Are you or.
"eight nine ten year" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Like, wouldn't you say the Duda by? Yeah. He's a right. You know, I think with some actors who stick around for decades, and obviously Jeff bridges falls into that category. There's something about them. They have a presence of likability something that we connect with. I don't think you can sake or you can kind of create from the scenario. I think it's one of the many reasons why you said you could actor and while we still love him all these years later. He's got that something and it was a bit of a Gook goofy. Then wonder if a speech, but it was fun, and it was silly. And it was light hearted and had a little bit of truth in it. And it was sweet. But I point to a much better point of the evening in my highlight was Carol Burnett speech, which was spectacular. I got a little over clamped at the end of that. It was just wonderful in a way. It was the Hollywood I grew up with where people just wanted to entertain they grateful for the chance they were happy that they get the chance to do it and that was their mission. And they saw that as something noble. And I think that's the way Carol. Looked at her work. And I don't think people today see that as their mission. I think they see it as their mission to scold us. And I think that's a shame. Yeah. I think you're right. And that is I think that's what we should all see our vocation as as a place to do to do good. Not only do do well at the job, but also make a positive impact. And and as opposed to preach to people or browbeat them into believing. What we believe so whether it's Carol brunette or whether it's the dude ask you this Christian. I've always thought that Jeff bridges played the dude that every once in a I'm moments like that. I think maybe the dude place Jeff bridges. That's pretty deep. I don't know how much into. I know. Essence there, and and maybe his signature character. So there you go. It makes me wanna like fire went up kidding on that. But yeah, you know, I I rarely catch these words because they always seem the same old thing, you know, try jokes political speeches, but I was happy to see that a couple of movies that I liked or shows that I liked did get a little bit of, you know, hat tip the green book, for example is a good film, my favorite movie of the year. And I know my one of my favorite movies, which I, you know. Comic book by the. So maybe these don't actually win awards. I didn't see it get anything and oh darn it. Now, I'm thinking. I forgot the name which is I guess says why it maybe didn't make the list, but the one with the monster in it that the symbiotic. Oh, venom venom. Yes, venom. And I thought maybe venom should have gotten something. Oh, I think you and I have to agree to disagree. Didn't make a lot of people happy. But that is a prototypical, it's not going to win an award kind of movie cross the cross the two sides of being a little bit of artsy, and also, you know, mass entertainment. Yeah. And that's the problem with these awards is the stuff I like, which usually has zombies in space demon they don't ever actually get any awards. And so rather than just be super sad. And even I love dogs, which was up for an award didn't get an award. So there was there was a lot of sadness for me. Well, I think that you ward season in general veers toward more sophisticated more sober. Maybe more stuffy, and I think that sometimes the good popcorn movies. Get pushed aside. I think that's what the struggle that. Black Panther will have in a week or two when the Oscar nominations come out because it's still the end of the day a superhero movie, even the one, and it's thoughtful, and it's really well produced and directed it's still there's still at bias against the horror movies comedies. They don't get as much love as the bio-pics and things like that. The one thing I liked about that movie is that it's credibly clean. And I I mean, not entirely black cast you've got some really great special effects. You've got a a kind of I dunno honoring in a way of of African Americans. I at that that was really cool. Black Panther is a neat film. But what I let, but as you could take a ten year old you could take a six year old and not feel like you were subjecting them to inordinate violence. There's no sexuality in the film, and that's not always true for some superhero films. Think about deadpool, for example, is pretty naughty movie. But even even like, some of the the Batman films are pretty dark, whereas Black Panther is just is just a nice film. Years ago interest my sons to the superman films, Christopher Reeve, and those are much different than what we see today. It's not even just the fact that it's not dark and it's not gritty. It's it's a clean presentation, even like movies like the avengers 0. Where would I loved that's really dark and some of the violence is intense so seven eight nine ten year old might not be appropriate for them. So I agree, you know, and it actually ties back to my thoughts about the Golden Globes. The initial monologue was very clean. It was not mean it was uplifting. But it wasn't remotely clever funny. And you know, that's one of the joys of black anther. Is it it was honoring African American culture. It was action packed. It was thoughtful. It was beautifully produced. It was great to look at check boxes there. And it was a good family movie because there are some there are some of my favorite films out there. I'll admit like bad Santa, for example, which are definitely adult only fair. I like the fact that there are still Hollywood is still managing to produce some good movies that don't have politics that don't have sexuality that don't have hardcore violence, and we need that we need that more probably now than ever. Yeah. And I think that there is some political content of Black Panther. But I thought it was done in a way that wasn't insulting. It wasn't pandering. It wasn't a lecture. It was gonna woven into the story. And I have no problem with that. I don't go to a movie to agree with every comment. That's made it I wanted to thoughtful and good. I think Entertainment's they often screeches to a halt. When there's a message or a lecture or some sort of speech, you can see the mile away and the happens way too much these days, but when it doesn't when it's gonna just part of the story is very organic great after Christian bills are bales. Rather baleful comment about Dick Cheney? I'm not sure I'm gonna go. See vice have you seen it? Yeah. You shouldn't. There's no reason to see it frankly gets it's so partisan. It's so one sided it's so cartoonish that the potential of the subject is loss, and you know, Christian bale is sensational as Cheney in that the makeup is great looks just like he sounds like an his gestures are identical. But it's not. Dick Cheney like you don't get a sense of who the person was. And I think with the movie like bohemian rhapsody, even though it's a great home by any stretch. You really do sense eight that was Freddie Mercury. That was the music he played that was how he treated his bandmates that was his love for is art in his crap. You just got to know him. And I don't think that's what you get with the Cheney movie 'cause it just as a hippies in. I think that wasn't the point. I don't have time for that. In the last minute that we've got you Kristen Todo at Hollywood and TOTO dot com. And also you have a show on on Friday mornings on the station. Do not well, I'm on with Michael Brown on sat on Fridays on KOA and also on KOA with Mike Rosen. Mike Rosen at the movie, so nice heard everywhere as you should be but quickly and last minute, we've got I'm getting ready to rant black klansman and bad times it casino. Royale worth seeing black lesbian is very good. It's spike Lee's best movie in quite some time. So I definitely recommend that based on an incredible. True story. I didn't see the other film heard very mixed reactions some people like a lot some people pre let down by though, it's gotta break a cast, including I believe Jeff bridges, so probably can't go to wrong there. But black been surprisingly good as it gets very political at the very end, just no that's coming. But otherwise at the very strong story, I'll brace myself Christian. Thanks for coming on today. We'll have you on often love your work and have a great night. Thanks so much. All right. That was Christian TOTO fantastic. We get back. 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"eight nine ten year" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Okay. See now Tweety not says along the lies of this is that look you give the youth choir when they're trying to grow FOX. And he tries to they should be doing. That's kind of look they had like. This. This is a bit. This is not hitting no soap that and it. I don't wanna say they all get traded. But that those faces combined looking at the way they were looking at the guys they were playing towards in the fourth quarter suggested to me that there's going to be a boob and is gonna be before the deadline that they got to be aggressive and that when abroad comes back. I wouldn't be surprised as if his Taylor eleven games when he comes back the squad. He laughed a squad. He comes back to well. The promise when he comes back. It is they who knows where they're going to be right now. They're in eighth their two games out. Our head Sacramento's thirteen easily easily the way that the west is if you go on and extend its and right now the Lakers are in a spot where they've lost six of their last nine of those were with LeBron as well. But if all of a sudden, you lose say the next ten games, LeBron misses ten more and they win two or three look out. That's a problem look out because you're gonna get lapped in if you win. And five if you just kinda stay where you are. You could probably muscle through in the Bronx back, maybe they make a move. Maybe they don't. But just the return of LeBron if you're still floating seven eight nine ten year. Okay. All of a sudden you look up and your twelve thirteen fourteen naive. Got a ton of work to do. You can have to really burn on LeBron. It's these games against the Knicks bulls the Cavs. They sound silly. Because in January you have to win the have to ruin the conversation. We're having a key took the year off to vacates stuff days twenty one days as a while. See brother, and we were saying, you know, about whether or not they should rest Todd Gurley being the Rams and our point was if you need healthy Todd Gurley to beat the forty Niners. The you're not who we thought you were to begin with what I feel the exact same way when it comes to the situation with upcoming schedule some of these games, if you're who we thought you were young young Lakers. You don't need LeBron. You don't need. If you need a healthy LeBron James to beat a nine win Nick squad. You're not who we thought you were to begin with we need to blow. This all think I don't think it's necessarily they need a healthy LeBron because we've seen win games without LeBron. We've seen him win. Maybe go state down the stretch with LeBron. So they have the capabilities of doing. But this isn't a team where they have the luxury like a Houston like a Golden State like okay, see that have extra dog that when the main. Extra dogs are too. Right. Well, yeah. See I still I mean all loving like that. But to credit second on the even with even the way he's playing I still think that the Lakers have definitively found an answer. I got. Coups solid number three of championship team. I think he's a solid third option on a team that can win a chip. He's in a number two spot right now because they're still trying to get that second piece. But when the opportunity came for him when Brennan Ingram went out, he stepped up in a huge way. He that's the reason why feel like he's in that in that in that piece because he showed you that if your dogs aren't able to play or if they're not here, I can step up some mother dudes. Was dinner looking see sort of basis. The other dudes are really interesting because with LeBron everybody looks pretty good everybody looks like you know, what this guy's got in a little bit better. Look at the role that this guy's phone. Hey, let's guys really kind of developing into what we thought it was going to be. But now that LeBron has gone and you get to see them in more of their natural state for lack of a better word..
"eight nine ten year" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"Yeah. You tomorrow. So one of my favorite bands. When I was a kid was Queen. I'm out loved another one bites the dust. They did the the soundtrack the flash Gordon you remember the nineteen Eighty-one flash Gordon movie with Sam Jones patch member of sound. I had the soundtrack album, pardon me. I still remember that album that movie came out like around Christmas time, I got the the soundtrack album for Christmas. And it's bright gold. The album cover was bright gold and the flash Gordon logo was like, you know, what's that called embossed or something? Yeah. Yeah. I mean should look that up like on Google or something being see a picture of that album cover, dude. It was it was it was as the kids say today. It was dope. And I listened to that album over and over again. You know, I remember in little league, we used to do the, you know, we will rock you rallying cry chance and dugout dugouts. I mean, Queen was a massive band when I was a kid and I was Queen fan. Now, I didn't know like anything about the band and the private lives of stuff. Seven eight nine ten year old kids back then. We had all the same potty mouth that the seven eight nine ten eleven year old kids nowadays, but we weren't aware of the potty as much back, then we didn't have social media accounts. You know, it was a big thing for people to have HBO and stuff in their homes. You know, we we didn't we didn't have porn on our phones. Todd. We had to do this deal fashioned way. We had to sit up late at night. After the parents were in bed and watch the scrambled, Sylvia. Kristel skin Amax signals on at eleven o'clock on a Friday night. I mean, we had to work we to work for our depravity when we were growing up. Right. Those were the days, that's an Americana. Right. This is brought home to me by my third grade daughter, we we're in a public school, but it's a rural school, and she said that almost every kid in our class. She's in third grade already has a cellphone. That's madness. Yes. I we. We weren't. I go back and watch the movies. We watched like goonies and stuff. And like every other words a four letter word and like, I don't remember that. When I watched it as a kid, do you remember that? Now, the movie is still gold. But the reason we don't remember that's how we all talked. But we weren't as even though we most we had the potty mouths. We were not as robbed of our innocence. As as kids nowadays. Are you know, we we still winced? When ralphie got his mouth washed out with soap in a Christmas story because we talk all we were we were potty mouth and mean to each other in our own circles, but we would dare not speak like this around any of our parents or anybody else's parents because there would be hell to pay now that to their parents, that's how things have changed. The the innocence has gone. So it wasn't until I got up one day. And I was in high school and read that Freddie, Mercury died of aids that I knew about I found out about any of this. I mean, I was eighteen years old. We didn't have that kind of information that has so available today. And he died in ninety one. I'm doing the math on your birth. Is that right? Yeah. Died in ninety one. Yeah. My senior in high school. So when the movie came when when I found out about the movie, I thought the trailer was incredible number one. But then I thought given the prevailing winds of the culture today. I just wasn't gonna I figured this was going to be propaganda. Right. And then then last week, I read an interesting column over at the federalist about this movie. And the federalist was talking about what a poignant portrayal of Freddie, mercury's life. This is how honest it was. I didn't know. I mean, I remember as a kid the song love of my life. I don't know who it was about. But that actually the love of his life was Mary his first wife that he left his sizable fortune to her and her family when he died I mean, and the film has been attacked by some gay rights activists as being homophobic by being honest about..
"eight nine ten year" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast
"What in the boot of her cars and say here the trunk of the car is all sorts of school supplies because she's an elementary school teacher see teaches eight nine ten year old hicks and it's a real joy to go into classroom and see those kits and but for me when i do have a car it's usually if i'm going somewhere i'm doing a field trip and in the back of that car we have our gear we have our rock hammers chisels we have our picks we have our sample bags we have our glue we have the stuff that we need to go out and find and conserve these priceless clues these fossils that tell us about the history of dinosaurs the history of life whenever you find one then where do you put it like like that's how big it is a little bone or a tooth or something it's usually fairly straightforward to remove that from the rock and consolidate it wrap it up put it in a sample bag pack it away if you find the skeleton of say one of these long neck brontosaurus dinosaurs new are in for several years thinking labor and i've been parts of some teams that have excavated those types of dinosaurs and it is real hard work it's not the sort of work you normally associate with academic scientists sitting in the ivory tower but this real people real world type of work backbreaking work out in the sun but it's a lot of fun that's another reason why paleontology is so cool it's a very intellectual academic science but my god we get to go out travel around the world and some places in hacked dinosaur bones out of the rock how cool as a man you get to have adventures i got my phd in the wrong dang subject.
"eight nine ten year" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma
"Food any good there by the way it was great well who's great in my restaurants everybody's looking for click that's it you sitting around for welcome everyone to another dish in of holding court with gino auriemma gene auriemma today we're going to get an opportunity to talk with van or lobski quarterback from the university of connecticut the pride of shelton connecticut all american quarterback in high school came the yukon and ushered us into division one football and then spent thirteen years in the nfl as primarily a backup quarterback and we're going to talk a lot about what life is like when you're the other guy the guy that you don't see on sunday afternoons in the nfl and what goes into preparing for that role and it's fascinating fascinating story about being a kid and playing football for fun and then becoming a appro when pro football is is your job and everything in between there so hope you enjoy it first things it's happening today that we're speaking here what's it like when you're waiting on draft day to have your name called what's the what are the emotions like that day i mean you you range all over the place i know for b i had my draft day started when i got drafted it was back when it was just a two day event brown's one through three were on a saturday four seven on sunday and i remember waking up saturday morning as happy as i've ever been in my life as excited and anticipatory anxious because you know a lot of people think or categorizes mandy these kids have been waiting you know working four or five months for this poster college career but it's really a decade plus you know most of the kids start playing football as kids as eight nine ten year olds and a lot of them have that dream even in that young age to to get there and it's so when you wake up that morning it's a decade long or dozen years long of work building up and you you're you're finally at that day and all of that work that you that you put into it it's gonna pay off and so you just get this this.
"eight nine ten year" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"The game talking about how it's healthy for moms and dads and families around the country when they talk about their eight nine ten year old sons or daughters whether they should play football or not that's when i talk about health that's an entirely different subject the nfl goes from twelve teams to to from twelve teams to two in fifteen days fifteen days that wildcard game that starts on saturday the next weekend divisional the next weekend afc nfc championship game so they go from twelve teams to two in fifteen days they go from twelve teams to a champion in twenty nine days their entire season lasts exactly five months that is three months that it's an entire season fall autumn summer spring winter it's an entire calendar season shorter than the nba and the nhl now the nfl's never really off the beaten path right because of all of the team moves and free agency and trades and drafts and many camps and combines but i'm talking about games the nfl begins the season that they did this last year september the seventh they end this season on february fourth and there's only one off week in that run we're nobody plays that's the weekend between the championship games on the super bowl and there's a pro bowl that weekend so five months beginning to end major league baseball by the way seven months so the longest nhl nba almost within a week of one another eight months plus major league baseball seven months april second to november the first football five months the nfl september seven to february fourth but then the ncaa tournament and the entire basketball season for college basketball nobody pays attention to it i shouldn't say nobody the masses don't pay attention to it until after christmas but the entire length and breadth of the season november tenth to april the second is four months and three weeks it's a little less than five months like the nfl in that regard so i posed this twitter poll question initially and then i had to amend it john i had oppose a second one because of my hockey.
"eight nine ten year" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Oh we've expanded yeah we turn our back on san diego in st louis oakland congratulations and we expanded into la wow you got a team or two and la congrats vegas we saw that happening but i don't know we've i'd rather be adam silver and be respected by owners and players and that you put it you're putting a good product out there then i would be roger goodell right now is i don't think a deal as is viewed is doing a great job ripe with our question is if you could those guys both had to go away and you could in their jobs are open which will be more fun to do i guess i'd rather be adam silver a mob rob manfred it i think has the opportunity to move baseball into a new era with doing some exciting things i don't know what all of those things are going to be i don't know if there's anything that's revolutionary here but i do think the baseball commissioner is in the position right now where baseball with a lot of young stars and exciting world series can you build off of that and i would look at rob manfred seven a pretty good gig right now but i do i i like what adam silver has right now i got a lot of young stars i got the world involved in the nba and it feels like your drama free right now apple one thing i don't understand is how baseball gets the next generation of fans if they're fans in especially in the midwest in east coast cannot watched their biggest games in the world series than world series some of those games ended at midnight were big boys we could stay up but an eight nine ten year old kid who deciding what sports to follow cannot just cannot alana those kids don't want full games anyway but even a partial yeah but they can you can get them highlights yeah i mean that's that's what the only consumer but how about sunday afternoon with your dad sitting there watching an entire patriots' game in her entire la ramps game it's easy to do football's easy to consume well there's baseball on in the afternoon on saturday and sunday if you want to watch it's this those games don't mean anything right now he every nfl game means something but.
"eight nine ten year" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"It's one of the stores you want more facts you have it could this be ah an innocent not innocent but a vindictive move of your local parents who don't like a certain tina may be dominant using a technicality to get them out of a league i've seen that stuff before no nobody has less wiggle room that a little league team like the rules for for eight nine ten year olds if they're broken any way his parents will use those loopholes and rules to keep a team out for any reason i would just had a lawyer on retainer five with sinn little league for in little league team or something just have a lawyer on retenir because who knows you're probably use him each year somehow similar so i i saw great school football team a kid joined the team late and he was from london and he joined the team late and didn't get a physical in america and this was on a very very good team and the kid was very very good even though he just started playing football they add another town use that as a rule to keep them from playing in this league they said he enjoined in time gotten his physical and time even though he passed all those things i let me get some phone calls here on a couple of topics that we've had of my discussed the nba and the nhl of the stanley cup final i thought it was a great display last night if you're going to cover an event you had it all last night great atmosphere carry underwood a big star comes in first intermission charles barkley stopped by gretzky's in the house uh you know that the predators win catfish on the i mean there was a whole lot going on there it it was a spectacle there.