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Woodrow Wilson Curtailed One of the Pillars of Our Democracy
"Christopher B Daley professor at Boston University has written that during the lead up to America's interests the World War I the Wilson administration took immediate steps at home to tell one of the pillars of democracy press freedom by implementing a plan to control manipulate and central all news coverage on a scale never seen in American history Following the lead of the Germans and British well began to censorship to strategic elements of all out war Even before the U.S. entered the war Wilson had expressed the expectation of his fellow Americans which show what he considered loyalty Wilson started one of the earliest uses of government propaganda He waged a campaign of intimidation and outright suppression Against those ethnic and socialist papers they continued to oppose the war Together these wartime measures added up to an unprecedented assault on press freedom Wilson also created an elaborate domestic spy network to watch German immigrants and American radicals Federal agents arrested hundreds for making anti war speeches And sometimes for informal and private remarks Eugene debs four time presidential candidate for the Socialist Party Was arrested in June 1918 for suggesting during a speech The young American men were fit for something better than slavery in cannon fodder Sentenced to ten years in prison he defiantly ran for president in 1920 from his jail cell in Atlanta He received almost a million votes And during the war more than 2000 men and women were arrested for disloyal speech and over 1200 were jailed
"eugene" Discussed on The Bernard Lee Poker Show
"We are talking with a former WSOP bracelet winner, WPT main event winner and cofounder of clash of eSports talking about his harrowing experience of leaving the Ukraine just as the Russian government attacked and invaded Ukraine. Welcome back to the show. Eugene catch aloft. We are talking about this experience and you really have described it in full detail on some other interviews. We're very pleased that you're able to come on to our show and describe it as well. But you documented on your Twitter. You have over 38,000 followers on your Twitter account. And people were able to live that experience through it. When we, the first part of our interview, you talked about leaving Kev and then going to your friend's parents house and then now you're in a situation of do you stay there? Is it really going to be that bad?.
"eugene" Discussed on The Bernard Lee Poker Show
"Forward to seeing you on the felt. Welcome back to the Bernard Lee poker show. We're very fortunate to have this guest on I have known this gentleman for a number of years. He's a bracelet winner back in 2000 11. He has won over 9 $1 million in career earnings. He also back in 2007, won the Doyle Brunson 5 diamond championship also for $2.5 million. He is the all time leading money winner for Ukrainian poker players. And this gentleman went through a harrowing experience during the invasion of Ukraine and has been on media outlets such as Fox News talking about his experience. I'm so glad that he is safe and I'm so glad that he's able to share his story with us here on the Bernard Lee poker show. Welcome to the show. Eugene catch a lot of Eugene. Thanks for joining us. I believe once again on the Bernard Lee poker show. Yeah, thank you Bernard. Bernard and it's good to be back and yeah, it's been a wild ride all starting from poker in Ukraine and leading to what's happening there NASA. Happy to kind of bring light to this. Yeah, during the whole process, I was thinking about you a lot. I DMed you on Twitter back and forth and wasn't sure and I would have told you on your shit if I didn't get any reply, but man, you were really on Twitter a lot, helping the world kind of experience it firsthand and you replied back. And I was really, I was happy and pleased that you were safe and going through that experience. Before we get into it and I'm very excited to understand it and I think a lot of my listeners will be excited to understand what is is that I'd love to kind of understand the history of everything because in some respects and back then it wasn't the Ukraine. It was still part of the Soviet Union part of Russia. You were born there and had to leave what is now the Ukraine, but was part of Russia back then, right? So I'd love to kind of hear that background first talk a little bit about your poker, obviously exploits and then go into what happened. So what happened when you were a youngster? Sure. Yes, I was born in 1981. In Kyiv, which at that time was part of the Soviet Union. My parents were my dad personally like he hated the Soviet Union. He was always kind of looking forward to escaping from there. He just hated communists and he always kind of dreamed to be able to have the chance to leave. So I think when we had the opportunity, we let my dad actually left in 1989 and my mom and I had to stay behind another year or a year and a half and then we left in 1991, but it was still we actually left on the day the Soviet Union fell apart, which is kind of crazy. But yeah, by basically we were leaving the Soviet Union and going to live going to live in immigrating to the U.S..
"eugene" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett
"Or is that hard for people like me who are? Is part of so called a Christianity. Exactly. I mean, your life and your writing is passionately interwoven with this this enterprise this aspiration. Of church. That's true. We had a small church. When I was a pastor of a congregation, people would leave and say, how do I pick a church? Yeah. And my usual answer was, go to the closest church. Or you live in the smallest. After 6 months, this is not working. Go to the next smallest. Okay, so what is it about small rather than big? Because you have to deal with people as they are. And you got to learn how to love them whether or not lovable. And we go to a, we're going to a church now. It's just I'm a Presbyterian that's a Lutheran Church. And most of the people are my age. And our pastor's young and he's a really good pastor. But I don't want to go to church. I mean, I go there to be immersed in what I don't know about. These people. I mean, there's 80 people in church, and I don't, you know, I know some of them quite well. I grew up with many of them. I would just, they still treat me like a little kid. And so that's kind of refreshing. So you've written that prayer matures into the practice of memory. But it's a wonderful sentence. Prayer matures into the practice of memory. And I wonder just as my final question, you know, has that been true for you and what does that look like? How does that unfold and how is your prayer changed, even as you pray the same psalms here after year? Oh, I think the answer is easy. I think I'm praying when I don't know I'm praying. It's entered into my subconscious. And so I feel like. I don't mean for this assumption. The court spiritual. But it is. It's surprises me that. Something has been going on in May for years and years and years, which is pretty much absorbed into my psyche now. And it gives me hope, it gives me hope because, you know, our politics in this country are not very swift right now. And yet when I think about individuals, I know, they're not discouraged. They're determined to do the do it right. And I feel like I'm a colleague with a lot of people who are my companions in this business. And you're one of them. Thank you. Thank you so much for all that you've done and for having this conversation with me. So this is it? I think this is it. Yeah. It's been a pleasure. Thank you. Eugene Peterson wrote over 30 books, including answering God and the message. The Bible in contemporary language. In 2021, a lenten sermon series of his was published posthumously with the title, this hallelujah banquet, how the end of what we were reveals who we can be. Eugene Peterson died in 2018 at age 85. His.
Raptors edge Celts...Jokic triple...UConn, Louisville win
"AP sports I'm John Libby I see a writer scored a game high thirty points as Oklahoma City needed overtime to beat host Portland one thirty four one thirty one that McLemore little trailblazer scores with twenty eight thunder guard should kill just Alexander will sort of the rest of the season following an ankle injury guilders Alexander's missed three of the last four games with right ankle soreness hilly village had twenty two points and Louisville held off Michigan sixty two fifty return the women's final four for the fourth time in program history the top seeded cardinals advance to face North Carolina next weekend in Minneapolis over tools was returned to St Louis the three time MVP joining the cardinals on Monday four reported one year deal Ottawa senators announcing Monday or Eugene Melnyk passed away following a short illness Milik who bought the team in two thousand three when I was on the brink of bankruptcy was sixty two I join the debate AP sports
Why Charlie Thinks CRT in Schools Is 'Plain Evil'
"Be really important to you. Great. Do you want to use the rest of it? No, I can yield my thirst. You yield your 30 seconds. I'll yield it. It's a very dangerous thing. It can be. First of all, I'm glad you're here. You know, you put me in a really tough spot because you're a duck fan. Like not like a passive duck fan. No. Not like I'm kind of a, you actually a real duck fan. So I have to be like really nice to you. And I will anyway. So we can disagree on that no matter what, go ducks, everybody. Yeah, go docs. That's right. So my father, my uncle, all went to Yuval, I was raised going to Oregon games, raised literally in Eugene, running around autzen stadium. So anyway, we're going to agree on that no matter what. And we will win a national title. We will. We will Dan lanny's going to get us some 5 star recruits. So we are going to go out there and so yeah, look, I think that what we're going to we're going to figure out what we both mean. So I'm going to try not to talk past each other.
'Science and the Mind of the Maker' Author Melissa Cain Travis on the 'Maker Thesis'
"I am talking to the author of science and the mind of the maker with the conversation between faith and science reveals about God Melissa Cain Travis. We were just going to talk about something. You just mentioned it Melissa, tell us again. So the central thesis of my book science in the mind of the maker is something that I call them makers thesis. And this goes beyond the idea that science gives us evidence that points towards an intelligent creator. What I mean when I say the maker thesis is that when we look at diverse branches of the natural sciences, we actually see marks of rationality in all of these different areas of science. But in addition to that and corresponding to it quite beautifully, is the fact that we have inquisitive higher intelligent life on Planet Earth whose rationality is attuned in just the right way to be able to detect the rationality in. Okay, now I hate to break it to you, but that might make sense to you. And it might even make sense to me, but that's not easy what you just said, because I remember Hugh Ross, who introduced me to a lot of this stuff, when he was talking about this, I think it was on this program, like 5 years ago or something. I remember thinking like, that's a complex idea. So let's break this down. When you even talk about something that rationality, I think a lot of people go like, what do you mean exactly by rationality? I think it's a deep philosophical issue, isn't it? Like when you're saying that if I look at the world of science, the idea that it is somehow understandable is itself so taken for granted. It seems so innate to me that it's hard for me to step outside and marvel at it. Does that make sense to you? Yeah, it totally does. So back in the mid 20th century physicist by the name of Eugene wigner. Wrote an essay that has since become quite famous. Now, it's important to understand that wigner was not a theist in any sense of the word. We could probably best describe him as a happy agnostic. But he wrote this essay, it's freely available to read online. And the title of the essay is the unreasonable effectiveness of mathematics in the natural sciences. And what he did was he explored something that Albert Einstein had remarked about repeatedly, but just had not elaborated on. And that was the mathematical comprehensibility of the
Liberal Media Won't Admit Florida Is Successfully Battling COVID
"One one Here's something You will not hear from so many people you will not hear from CNN John Avalon who is a talentless know nothing You will not hear from D lamone You will not hear from whilst Fredo Cuomo Andrea Mitchell Brian Williams Tell gunner Bryant Eugene Robinson You know the whole host of miscreants malcontents and radicals In what is that How come flirt is not in the news How come governor desantis isn't in the news From the daily wire Florida rate of COVID infections third lowest in the United States last week By my calculation that means 47 states in the district at Columbia were higher How come Joe Biden hasn't mentioned Ron DeSantis in Florida Is the summer season has ended in the hot temperatures start to subside writes Hank beren all across southern states encouraging more people to be outside rather than inside together in the air conditioning the rate of COVID-19 infections in Florida has plunged so rapidly So rapidly that it has the third fastest descent in rates of cases in the nation over the last two weeks trailing only Alabama and Hawaii According to The New York Times chart yesterday Florida's case rate per 100,000 people over the last week was 13 13 Out of a 100,000 Third only behind kinetic in Hawaii which both had 11
Texas' Near-Total Abortion Ban Takes Effect
"Cambridge before roe v wade and so i know what it was like when women didn't have this choice we couldn't control our own bodies our own destinies here. We are fifty years later fighting the same battle again. It's incredible to think that we would be going backwards. It's the women of limited means women of color women in rural parts of texas who do not have access. This is just devastating. Big no options whatsoever the texas law virtually banning abortion that went into effect today could have an impact on women far outside that state opponents were banking on the supreme court stepping in and stopping the measure from taking effect. But that didn't happen as political sums it up the court's decision to not act on an emergency petition from texas abortion. Clinics comes as the justices. Prepare to more. Broadly reconsider the right to an abortion. It established almost fifty years ago. Back with us tonight. Eugene robinson pulitzer prize winning columnist for the washington. Post and susan dell persio of veteran political strategist boast are msnbc analysts. Thanks to both of you for being with us susan. Let's start with you. There are a lot of people who fully know that. Republicans at a state level have been attempting things that are either faints or real attempts to to place restrictions on abortion for some years now but this has surprised a lot of the fact that something that feels very much like a total ban on abortion could actually get past the supreme court. Absolutely i ate it. Is it's sending shockwaves especially to a lot of the republicans who may instead like yes. I'm pro-life but you know roe v. wade's the lay the law of the land and they also believed in Exceptions to incest rape which this law does not have this is the harshest law that i think republicans could ever see coming and at this point i think even some republicans are going to have a hard time getting behind it. Come twenty twenty two
"eugene" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Stephanie. He is hit narrow jackpot. I hope she's in sweaty nervous man because that's how he got the give up if she in. Her hype is sweaty nervous versions okay. She just hit the jackpot okay. That's i dream okay. 'cause my man eugene is fitting a rock her world with all that i note um stirs stammering and stuttering nerdiness But yeah man. Happy ended happy end to to a very arduous journey. Yes not and also. I really do like this. It was funny. Though win. do reading articles. I was thinking only one to understand. What the fuck you talking about. His career is looking at him. Like the fuck you talking about right so And then i. I wonder they should have had everybody else's not believe as it was true. Da likes to stephanie. Everyone's like oh she didn't make it a real person holy shit she's i going to be a catfish Good good for you. I know but yeah walkie-talkie love paid off. Apparently yeah it would be funny if she would be looking at ezekiel like djing. He's like no no zeke. You man anyway. I thought that was that was pretty cute. Let's get to the underground railroad. And we'll just start first with daryl dog. 'cause they go off on our little mini adventure and it's one of those was quick to describing low key kinda boring but they found a way to tie back into the main plot so darryl of course remember last time we cut out left off with him. Dog ran off and decide to go to dog leaving maggie and needing to get on the train by themselves so he found out they bust do a while until another area. That had a lot of homeless is back there. Like homeless people used to live back there. Something homes people. The people at the while just like bill community down there just trying to get away from from the top the reason i say hamas because i saw some designs but yeah it could have been people live down there after i when people would probably yeah. We're talking what over ten years and no pockets of pox. I'm sure other people have lived there for a while as well but Yes so they they. They find this. Little area does briefcase of money. There's a sign on wild. Says he comes for saw which was like message. They trying to say like even now all even the homeless people you laughed at. And when i was out here living in homes in hit but look at you now. All essentially homeless in the so. Yeah if somebody may some banks mural about politics and shit talk about some about people wearing crowns and you'll you'll crown will will pay for your life. It's just some shit. I assume it was some type of one percent of the occupy wall street. People got a hold of it so then darryl find some snacks and a note written in a on hundred dollar bill. That basically was a note about kids they like. Are we waited for you to retire. But if you don't return we are you say leave so we we wait as long as he could but now we gotta go or something like that and it was like it was like a picture to black kids so those are the people that left. Or no and yeah. I don't know we recognize who the fact noah was lying. I don't think we're gonna meet somebody down because it seemed like they took some time out of the show to make a point of this specific. No of all the she he could found down there. The picture of the black kids in the know seemed like that's gonna come up possibility yet. They probably going across them of their parents across somebody. Yes somehow i feel that must go unless they just wanted to waste time but yes so he keeps the pitcher and of course this next come on now And then of course man screens in the distance and dog run towards demand. Which i'm like houses dog alive in this miles. You run into tours. Cats have nine lives dollars. Don't you're running towards people screaming into depot. That don't sound smart but dog runs out towards the screen. Daryl caused out a tunnel after dog. We get convenient. Walk that somehow. Learn how to do the army crawl. He was trained grabs. Darryl's leg there kills it of course 'cause you know plot army can't kill era. And then he gets outside of the tunnel and gives it to a corridor and kills two walkers with fucking like a spin. It like some type of mace on chain type of weapon. I think they just wanted to have a coup weapon kill without a very efficiently. Why is she got that in ages. The kings and queens they. The rome is to law. Yeah like a yeah like you saw the jazz twitter so down in the pit flight your necessary wanted issue pick up yeah schaefer medieval times why he feels inefficient and like the kind of thing you accidentally tell your show out of place where he killed. Two zombies kill yourself fucking yourself up. Could you don't know how to use it. Because i think what the show runners recognizes if we can't just kill all the people 'cause obviously some these people the contract you can't kill. Imagine killing daryl. Carol or maggie this year. Okay do that. Eddie laos michelle rake and stuff. So i think what they started doing substitute andy walker kills and so you know not last year last year's has been to walker special effects which they always have never known pretty good but this one i think was. How do we do fucking zombie. Kills that look cool and that was one of the ones was. Let's use this instrument. That can't be more efficient than tonight. i don't know anyway. He does kill them. And then we find. He's running for dog. He can't find dog but then out of darkness comes stumbling the old man from last week. Who ran off with the ammo aid. Because i asked him i was like i was like it was them lie. Everyb- does get passed. So he's like. I got lost. I laws gauge. And they're like okay you lost gay d- but did you got 'em all right. It's like i lost ammo now. Say anything dog. Get a ammo to a coward us. You know what lesson learned. Only brave people get to mo so then he gives there a gun and like a couple of clips essay tail. Marquee is i didn't die coward. And i said damn no man dot rules hail. Dale got up kill some more walkers and he heard some gunfire distance iran towards it. So that was down their whole story And we'll come back to the old man by the way all right. Let's get to the the serb way. Or as i like to call it the alibi maggie fight. Som zombies own ground because megan didn't help her ass shot. Don't blame him..
"eugene" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Then fumble in fucking around just to get back. Nope we back. Yeah even the escape. They didn't show us like how they got the uniforms and stuff i mean. Of course. I thought they must have knocked those people out but now realize they must have waited till they basically change uniforms to go fuck they just stowed right so anyway back in there and prison atop and they like my brothers here so you know what that means Because of the picture of course we're her her beautiful mind she's like it means your brother must be really cool. Because he kept their wallet. He must have kept his z. Pack for over ten years since he got wallace is picture you at this time because like what no they weren't lying the commonwealth is actually real brothers. Here correct because half thing has been can you trust commonwealth. Are they telling the truth. How do you know they're not some paramilitary forest is just gonna get the location of your people and take them out or something she brings up. She's a lawyer and if her brothers here and if this lack whole kind of immigration thing they got going on real then that means they have rules and laws order and when they went out back and they sought it. They were taking the money from the people so they couldn't come in with a bunch of money she realized to that they. They have some order here that they're like the money. Everything has a reason. So eugene comes over. And he's just walking freaking out because he's like ezekiel is gone. Wocka z goes. Not here no more. Who's happy begun. Yeah and i and they were like he he. I like gay and he's like they took them. They know about this game so they must have make you know they know in a panic mode here now. He's probably telling they're giving up the ghost telling everybody what happened is a imagining the worst which you know in our fair. They've been through enough shit. As a crew. As collective crew that emit too many different trucked up groups. Yeah i can be like. Was the cat sums. But hugo says he's like we should come clean. Tell them everything she says. No stick to stories as to our story you know. Don't talk the law enforcement Let me do the talking as she. She goes up to the gate and basically asked to speak to the manage. Yeah let me represent you and not allow. She's she's like. I didn't let me speak to who's charged the person's like are you asking to speak to my supervisor. And of course presence in the background like yeah a little bit to the men. We didn't get a meeting with the yumiko. Where's the same crew before doing hurt her assessment and their light. Why are you here. We are digit assessment. And she's like yob in us. I've been assessing y'all And you know. I tell from the way how interrogators zeke architecture from the way out. Keep the money in the back. Y'all must use the us dollar currency here. Y'all clearly have ranks and systems and jobs here. You've probably used to be some type of therapists or psychologists and that's why they have you on this row because they weren't doing this no reason unless you was skilled in this right into is the. Us currency is because it's psychological. It makes people feel like there's more order when cavs sentimental ties to the monetary establishment and. She's like what i want is to request expedited processing because my brothers here and i want asylum. I want i wanted according to your asylum guidelines. Yeah she was like look. We are immigrant and we ended up in this bitch. Yes i want. I i demand you know the tsapi's come on. I want to pass. I wanna walk. Pass everybody else online and gigi and so then. The woman's like where were you educated again. She's like undergrad oxford. J. d. at harvard you need to go to professional qualifications agai- and next we see mercer. Come in and bring her some coffee. Which i think we're supposed to signify. She's successfully figured out the whole game. She's they recognize her as a bad bitch. She reinisch it. They you know respect. Do you're one of us now. Here's here's a coffee. Yes they went on my man. Here's your green card. Give it give us. You know two weeks. We'll get you a real you know but but but for now here's something temporary and there's also lindos things where because a job as a lawyer she would know people like district she would know because a whole job is to analyze people in pick them apart and shit like that so that's not that she will also think ezekiel kind sniff game that this was a test and lima kind of beat the test when she was like. This is exactly what we see happening. Here this is what we observe. And i think that's proof. She was one various. Do then she had connections to someone who was already in the commonwealth which they probably love. Because it's probably leads to a higher rate of assimilation and then lastly she can be an asset so it was like yeah. Let's get hurrying here so then presses and eugene sitting outside the hallway waiting yumiko and princess can't take it anymore she got to piss. Gi's bathroom and you hold it. You know because he's scared and they're usually just yourself. Don't worry about it. Relieve yourself right here. And it'll be you i know she's like no. I gotta go use the bathroom and so she buys it goes up to the gars and the princeton this beautiful mind. she knows. Gosh you can tell them apart. She's speaking spanish at a one do because she tried to hurt us because man is right right and so basically. She asked me to use the bathroom. They like yes she finds out they got toilet paper. She's like oh my god. I'm looking forward to this white my ass. Let's go and so. She goes to the bathroom down the hallway. The guards both look back at eugene. Eugene kinda like looks up and looks away and then one of them actually follows down the hallway after princes while the other one watches you gene Which does look ominous like. You know 'cause we're now like what does that person doing. Why are they following. Princes are they gonna take her somewhere. They're going to do something to her right now. Are people can pretty much take care themselves but still you worry especially would it be you macos now. Gone named dan francis eugene sitting there like what the fuck is happening now. No i know ezekiel right. So then you. Jane ask the guard about yumiko apprentices and they give them to run around. They're like. I don't know what you're talking about here. It was like he was like my jim because he wouldn't have room was just waiting on my compatriot to come out and like nobody neuro like what about other friend princess. She needed to use the facilities to relieve ourselves. And i believe she should have become alone properly and it was like a. Hris down right. Yeah he had big. Yeah big like when the way to get your food around and you just don't eat it entity you i guess i will be eating it. Yeah that like. I wish my wife was here to take care of this energy. Can't wait like i got to do it on my own. Yeah i did in order to fish. But that's what they put on. Just finished jaba correct is so then. Eugene is awakened in the middle of the night and i'm like and he was sleeping good for parson rosy so worried about his friend sir. Good good sleep ya. You probably saw agency probably a lot of energy from worrying. Pick they wake them up in the middle of the night. Take him to the segment again. He asked about his friends. mercy says they're being processed. He's like process house in order to become a citizen north processed lack bologna il. Some sort of other press. Am bike why does his mind work. That way immerses like lebanon shit. Somebody brought it up in the thing. And i got he did. He was there to he actually made like a little stick. I don't know where he thought he was going to do that. Still destig- but maybe a pick was gretchen. Give a splinter mercer. Was eating it up though. 'cause you know his whole thing is being in the room. Big black dude. That's intimidating you forgot to mention. Prince's went to use the bathroom. She did bring up. That chief out mercer was sexy. It was in passing. But i know you have brought up that you think they're gonna you start shipping tomorrow so i just wanted to say you might be onto something Because just just the way her mind. Ticks was like oh okay i i can see that happening and i know i wouldn't own one. That thought that was some pretty chocolate to look at So then like i said mersa is eating us up like he's intimidating eugene and doing the whole li- like imply like this. He never directly threatened g g but he is like he's like he told me truth or like and not going to have to do some like we don't know what that means. We never actually seen him even last week when they show him standing in front of the do not get into guy he just ran intimidating own so it makes you wonder if they had where they have certain laws and stuff we even with this this processing as they call it. We don't really see any abuse happening. We just assumed so. People are so keyed up last week. People's i've been here nine months and whatever so who knows but yes so he basically says listen You feel nervous nervous. And he's like The only thing is my heart is being out there killing walkers you know at the the maroon something and he was like look. You basically. don't lie 'cause you can't live for shit. Yeah and they had to. Basically eugene is like this i talk like i'm sorry just just. Megan has been known. Allow yet many time. Yes yes so. I like that you gene before you can even start to answer the question. He was like cutting eugene out. Before we even get a word now down fucker go la because if you lied to me i know and i don't know i'm gonna happen if he likes donald. Why don't waste my time. But if you don't tell me the truth you'll be all right so he says look. I just want you to answer two questions. Truthfully and i wanna say the questions like where you where you low where people located in like how. You found some shit like that. Well let me let me see. I got the clip here. You know you hold it back. I'm gonna give you two questions. You're going to give me two answers truthful. Once you do that you go to see. Oh friends again. Everything will be okay. It's that simple ready. where is your settlement. And why were you at the train station. Eugene if you live for our strength of every black parent that setup and waiting on somebody to sneak in the house. Yeah all that energy of got i know. Nationally make mate the punishment Worse in one of those days where. Eugene basically i told to even toshio. He didn't wanna know. I was going to get to but yeah it's is just that intimidating work. It was working on eugene intimidating. Act that back. And i love the small subtle. I guess that was kind of over the top i get. There's no subtlety about eugene. But when i love the acting choice of where he goes you get to be a friend. You get to see a freelancing you'll be okay and eugene let out there reliefs. I like like like like. That's exactly what he won't be like lease so tells the story. Eugene tells a story like he can't just say this is what okay so. This is how i heard about it. No he got to tell the story and of course intelligent story. He goes told her eugene. He tells the story of finding the radio talking to it every night. Originally get here stephanie. Back and he was nervous. He lied about the size of his of hilltop. Because he didn't wanna do like. Stop talk communicating witter woodham. But they he thought maybe she was just some type setup. She was just gone. Fuck them up ambushing or something like that. So daniels like adult you know. He didn't know if you should meet and he didn't wanna tell anybody else about her because he no will a fool a he been says. Because i think that's gonna but he goes on to say he's a virgin and he has observed the act far more than he would admit because we know he's just sit around and watch a zita yep because they talked about it he also said he lie about the community and he said he was humiliated to had to tell us. He's damn near tears at this point but he also was relieved to get it off his chest and the everything he had been telling them was the damn true and mercer had like you. You couldn't even really read marseille's faces. This was happening. You know what i mean like. You couldn't tell if he was like nice full of shit or if he was like okay. That's cool or there's a lot of information. I didn't need to know you've never you know that you've virgin and you are hoping that stephanie will help change that for you. You're not because it was one of the things he said was when i was hoping she would help me on my own situation. Whatever like that's a lot there's a lot to tell these strangers. i'll think anything. None of us has anything to do with getting in the world. I have a question did. Did he answer the question of where he was china no way because he acts about the settlement where they were located. I don't think i don't. I don't remember if he did in that in that thing. I don't think he did. He told me but Yeah was once you say. I'm a virgin. I like i feel like people just go. That's probably that's even better than where to sell them it is. That's a fucking distracted thing you like. You know what don't don't nobody cares. Nobody really cares. You know what you know you you blow your you bear hole. Sodas believe so. Then he has passed processing And they take him to to a trailer trailers in this community and these guys like head wrapped up top hardship zip tasks like insurrectionist and eugene is reunited with all his friends. He looks happy. Look at me like a kid getting picked up from after school daycare. Like when you're paying it's like when your mama running so late that you go from like angry and annoyed to like scared. She ain't never come in. I relieved to just happy she k. Two hours late. He's like hugging crying. Laughing and infirmary extend. My face gave me this nasty herbal cough syrup and slept coaster no no they took out of my and i fell asleep medic checked on the a couple of times and then they brought you makoto visit and they took us to a holding room with princess and then they brought us here now. This is the same thing is the thyroid thing he was talking about or he actually had some type of other shit going on in this cured it or if he had a cold or something in addition to that. I don't know i yeah. That's a good question 'cause because he never really said anything so they may have just said okay. You got a cold we just. We're just trying to create that right now and it goes back to last week. How hard everyone was looking at it when he was coughing. And we were looking at it. Like what are they gonna kill on. They say he not going to be able to contribute to society and they will probably thinking man. We should get some call sir. Yes he needs to. Toughen says a lot about expectations. Right heads mercer comes in everything is do does is aggressive door aggressive. He walked toward them aggressively. 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"eugene" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Off they had tried to escape. They actually successfully escaped basically. Who looked at the picture. Are you macos. Picture was on their relaxed her brother's part of commonwealth and prison was like we should stay so we come back this time all back into the holding sale like they like they stayed and we talked about this this week. This is something that i love. And i don't care what nobody say. Shot out the jessica. Cain because she'd been cut the bush sheet. Because you know what we normally what ahead us move ten minutes and then fumble in fucking around just to get back. Nope we back. Yeah even the escape. They didn't show us like how they got the uniforms and stuff i mean. Of course. I thought they must have knocked those people out but now realize they must have waited till they basically change uniforms to go fuck they just stowed right so anyway back in there and prison atop and they like my brothers here so you know what that means Because of the picture of course we're her her beautiful mind she's like it means your brother must be really cool. Because he kept their wallet. He must have kept his z. Pack for over ten years since he got wallace is picture you at this time because like what no they weren't lying the commonwealth is actually real brothers. Here correct because half thing has been can you trust commonwealth. Are they telling the truth. How do you know they're not some paramilitary forest is just gonna get the location of your people and take them out or something she brings up. She's a lawyer and if her brothers here and if this lack whole kind of immigration thing they got going on real then that means they have rules and laws order and when they went out back and they sought it. They were taking the money from the people so they couldn't come in with a bunch of money she realized to that they. They have some order here that they're like the money. Everything has a reason. So eugene comes over. And he's just walking freaking out because he's like ezekiel is gone. Wocka z goes. Not here no more. Who's happy begun. Yeah and i and they were like he he. I like gay and he's like they took them. They know about this game so they must have make you know they know in a panic mode here now. He's probably telling they're giving up the ghost telling everybody what happened is a imagining the worst which you know in our fair. They've been through enough shit. As a crew. As collective crew that emit too many different trucked up groups. Yeah i can be like. Was the cat sums. But hugo says he's like we should come clean. Tell them everything she says. No stick to stories as to our story you know. Don't talk the law enforcement Let me do the talking as she. She goes up to the gate and basically asked to speak to the manage. Yeah let me represent you and not allow. She's she's like. I didn't let me speak to who's charged the person's like are you asking to speak to my supervisor. And of course presence in the background like yeah a little bit to the men. We didn't get a meeting with the yumiko. Where's the same crew before doing hurt her assessment and their light. Why are you here. We are digit assessment. And she's like yob in us. I've been assessing y'all And you know. I tell from the way how interrogators zeke architecture from the way out. Keep the money in the back. Y'all must use the us dollar currency here. Y'all clearly have ranks and systems and jobs here. You've probably used to be some type of therapists or psychologists and that's why they have you on this row because they weren't doing this no reason unless you was skilled in this right into is the. Us currency is because it's psychological. It makes people feel like there's more order when cavs sentimental ties to the monetary establishment and. She's like what i want is to request expedited processing because my brothers here and i want asylum. I want i wanted according to your asylum guidelines. Yeah she was like look. We are immigrant and we ended up in this bitch. Yes i want. I i demand you know the tsapi's come on. I want to pass. I wanna walk. Pass everybody else online and gigi and so then. The woman's like where were you educated again. She's like undergrad oxford. J. d. at harvard you need to go to professional qualifications agai- and next we see mercer. Come in and bring her some coffee. Which i think we're supposed to signify. She's successfully figured out the whole game. She's they recognize her as a bad bitch. She reinisch it. They you know respect. Do you're one of us now. Here's here's a coffee. Yes they went on my man. Here's your green card. Give it give us. You know two weeks. We'll get you a real you know but but but for now here's something temporary and there's also lindos things where because a job as a lawyer she would know people like district she would know because a whole job is to analyze people in pick them apart and shit like that so that's not that she will also think ezekiel kind sniff game that this was a test and lima kind of beat the test when she was like. This is exactly what we see happening. Here this is what we observe. And i think that's proof. She was one various. Do then she had connections to someone who was already in the commonwealth which they probably love. Because it's probably leads to a higher rate of assimilation and then lastly she can be an asset so it was like yeah. Let's get hurrying here so then presses and eugene sitting outside the hallway waiting yumiko and princess can't take it anymore she got to piss. Gi's bathroom and you hold it. You know because he's scared and they're usually just yourself. Don't worry about it. Relieve yourself right here. And it'll be you i know she's like no. I gotta go use the bathroom and so she buys it goes up to the gars and the princeton this beautiful mind. she knows. Gosh you can tell them apart. She's speaking spanish at a one do because she tried to hurt us because man is right right and so basically. She asked me to use the bathroom. They like yes she finds out they got toilet paper. She's like oh my god. I'm looking forward to this white my ass. Let's go and so. She goes to the bathroom down the hallway. The guards both look back at eugene. Eugene kinda like looks up and looks away and then one of them actually follows down the hallway after princes while the other one watches you gene Which does look ominous like. You know 'cause we're now like what does that person doing. Why are they following. Princes are they gonna take her somewhere. They're going to do something to her right now. Are people can pretty much take care themselves but still you worry especially would it be you macos now. Gone named dan francis eugene sitting there like what the fuck is happening now. No i know ezekiel right. So then you. Jane ask the guard about yumiko apprentices and they give them to run around. They're.
"eugene" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"I listened to the black guy who tips. Podcast because rod and kevin. Hey welcome to another episode of the blackout podcast. I'm host right. Joined us marco. We're live on a wednesday. Walking dead wins day the data we recap the walk into bed. And don't forget the fisherwoman so is take an unofficial sport at bullard ball extrema. We got a live show coming up. September twenty third at the blumenthal center for performing arts in charlotte north carolina. A you can be there in attendance. In person. wearing a mask because it's mandated More you can do it. Virtually and we're still selling tickets. You can get virtual tickets and watch us online from the safety of your home or wherever you're at and socially distance and all that stuff the link is in the show notes whereas live tickets. Copy one copy to get and you know in the league. Hopping zoom enjoy yourself. We're appreciate everybody takes time out to do that. and Yeah so make sure you do that. Let's get into the recap the walking dead. This season the final season. So he's an eleven. This is episode two now. Technically we could watch episode a week early if you get like. Amc pluses. But i'm not going to do that. I'm watching it like the way. I've been watching the whole time on tv in being. Dm yeah. i liked her tradition. Yes this a tradition. I until it you know so. That's how we plan to watch it. This is on part to An up and it makes sense. Because i said last time like if feels light this is typically something where they would have done a two hour premiere impasse. Eason's this feels like that to me. Yes we're like we didn't have one long. Episodes should have been part one dishes. Been part of like a two and a half hour from here because the way ends on this cliffhanger like oh my god that's what you open the season with but Yeah we'll get into a camp before we start though. Would you think about this episode of general. I liked it a lot. These gorgeous and like i said i don't know where it can and what kind of Shop they use it but district is like critically ill yet definitely looks great. Actually loved this episode. So as a book into last week's episode cliffhanger. Finale was just lie. All shit like i was super hyped. And then we got some tremendous acting performances in this to specifically from Things names josh mcdermott. But the guy who plays eugene. Oh my guy toward force he. This was the one of his best episodes ever. What a what an amazing amazing actor to have gotten a play eugene. I don't think anyone else could have done him. The justice dan. He bought that book that comic book character to life. Yes like never before. It's like if you was to actually take that comic book character. I actually was like that will be the person to play that role. Yes so let's go ahead and get into the.
Eugene Robinson Fails to Mention the Denominator of These Afghan Evacuations
"Don't worry, ladies and gentlemen. Eugene Robinson, a favorite of Joe Scarborough, Washington Post Pulitzer Prize committee. He's on the job. He's on the morning Schmo show. Cut. Six Go. So you know, we will. We will look back on this period and I know we will remember those chaotic scenes at the at the beginning and the the sense that nobody knew what was going on and the Taliban. Swept in, and the United States clearly seemed caught flat footed. Um, but I think we will also remember what could be the biggest and ultimately most successful airlift in history. So stop. This is one of the guys who is now going to try and Push the propaganda in the narrative. So this is this is that the the most successful airlift in the history of people as opposed to something else, I guess. Which is why they keep throwing the numbers out there without the denominator. Now what it is, is the most massive. Hostage situation the world has ever
Biden to Welcome Israel Prime Minister Naftali Bennett Next Week
"Welcome prime minister enough colleague Bennett of Israel to the White House on August 26 2021. Prime Minister. Bennett's visit will strengthen the enduring partnership between the United States and Israel, reflect the deep ties between our governments and our people and underscore the United States' unwavering commitment to Israel's security. Now listen to this. The president and prime Minister. Bennett will discuss critical issues related to regional global security, including Iran. The visit will also be an opportunity for the two leaders to discuss efforts to Advanced peace, security and prosperity for Israelis and Palestinians and the importance of working towards a more peaceful and secure future for the region. Are you kidding me? Hamas just graduated. The Taliban Why would this full Bennett And that damn full coalition government. It includes these Arab parties and LA peed who has lost stupid Why would they do that? Instead. What they ought to be doing is thinking to themselves and talking among themselves. We may have to go this along the Biden administration look Eugene Contour of itches, a brilliant Israeli lawyer. And he says, this is terrifying. Prime Minister Bennett coming to Biden to hear about us unwavering commitment to Israel's security. You know what happens happened to the last country, he said about that.
"eugene" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty
"So what do you think so. I think there are a couple of things one of the things you can. Kinda use the website with about nc. Give your significant other. Sits criteria are a lot of the symptoms of the hyper-vigilance. If they're very short tempered things like that. I think one of the things you may wanna do. And at age stations different Is potentially just be up front and discusses say you know. This is really a big problem. It's affecting me. It's affecting our family. Maybe you can take deaths and see if you have a stolen anonymous seve. They wanna do it if they do it. And if they have a label Like trumpy dez de. maybe they'll look at bustle treatments. I think that what you just problem is so important. And that's why i liked it you've given people again you can give out that. Url for what do you have it again if you wouldn't mind for where they can go and get the test. Do i have the dot org. Ptsd few go that like Don't eugene said you it's anonymous you can do it on your own of your or your own. Nobody will love it. No you were that you can simply go and it's anew light you just do it. It's fine at the end of it you go. Oh i'm good all okay. This podcast is a part of the c. suite radio network for more top business. Podcasts visit c. Suite radio dot com..
"eugene" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty
"If they're being always asphalt right there being nasty and people are leaving d- roles because of being mistreated or whatever he may maybe thank to stop and look and say. Hey maybe i have. Vivian assist them right. And it's like well i'm being an asshole. It's trained that condition. I i love that. But i think that this is this. Is you know as we come towards the end of the first half of the show. This is the thing i want. People to grasp is that this is a first first and foremost is treatable. But second of all. It's i think that there's a great deal of shame around trauma and i'm very concerned with shame because we have these behaviors and then we you know things happen. Whatever those things are. We've become traumatized. And then we we behave badly shaimaa cells. I'm ashamed around behaviors and it becomes a vicious cycle. Because if i admit that i've got a problem then i'd have to go. You know i'd have to admit i might be wrong so i'll dig deeper into the issue and a five to seven minute. Procedure can change that and allow you to remove to a more neutral state where your adrenal system is not high not highly all the time because when we look at this i mean i wanted to clues i wanna give people is is something called hyper-vigilance and you may or may not be familiar with that. It's a familiar term in psychology. But what it means is. It's this hyper awareness of things that are around you where people met. You may even get it as a compliment like you catch things other people missed that's hyper-vigilance you develop that for a reason and if you've got that all the time it doesn't mean you psychic it means you probably traumatized and you. You're in excessive fight flight response. I personally have never experienced that in my own life. Not talking about me ever known somebody so you know so. That awareness of that hyper vigilant response is. That's another clue that you've been traumatized. And in the second part of the show. I want to talk about how trauma and leadership and even the drive to success and we talked about this on curiosity bites. If you wanna know more you can find out there but how trauma and the drive to success. Go hat in hand and and if you treat the trauma it doesn't mean you'll be less accessible but it does mean you'll be more fulfilled and you'll be more joyous and we're gonna come into that in the second part of the show as we come to the winding of this first part of the show. Eugene i would love for you to tell our listeners where they can find out more.
50-Year War on Drugs Imprisoned Millions of Black Americans
"Fifty years after president Nixon declared a war on drugs some are questioning whether anyone won the war mandatory minimum sentences were key weapon in the war on drugs but the war's toll wasn't even an Associated Press analysis of incarceration data found that between nineteen seventy in two thousand the incarceration rates for whites doubled but the rates for black and Latinos roughly triple anti drug policies were widely accepted or like get these drugs out of our community and Cassandra Frederik the executive director of the drug policy alliance says the heavy hand of law enforcement came without addiction prevention resources help us out with that ask for tanks Eugene Hey would senior is a truck driver and a former crack dealer they used to prior charges head to enhance me up to a mandatory license after fourteen years his sentence was commuted by president Obama a lot of people who they've locked up for drugs they have turned around and legalize those same exact drugs sadly this cycle of incarceration continues Hey what's only son was convicted of a federal murder charge in connection with a drug gang in Peoria Illinois Jennifer king Washington
Meteorologist Connects Record-Breaking Heat to Global Warming
"I'm misunderstanding it, But, you know, just anecdotally. Seems like our weather is just weird. Like a lot of it. It seems more temperate. Then I remember like from my childhood. And yet when the day comes when it's going to be cold or when it's going to be hot man, it kills us with that is that normal for us are things changing. Well, what is normal for the bay areas that we have so many micro climate that you can find significantly almost dramatically different weather conditions in towns that are adjacent each other depending on you know the elevation how close they are to the coast. How close we are to the bay, So it's not unusual for the barrier to have what People from outside. The Berry might call weird weather, but it's even weirder now, and it's weirder now because we are experiencing more extremes now than before. The the heat waves are occurring earlier in the year earlier in the summer season than they typically did, and in the distant penned the Not too distant past. Uh, droughts are occurring. Earlier and lasting longer, and this is not just here in the Bay Area. This is, uh, this is what's happening all around the world right now. You don't remember Early last week, British Columbia recorded its highest temperature ever like around 100 and 15. Degrees, Uh, Portland and Seattle and Eugene or according ridiculously high temperatures. 108 112 106 114 degrees that they had never seen before. Finland, Uh, that area of Finland that is part of Lapland north of The Arctic Circle just had its, uh, let's see tied at China's all time record high 90 nearly 93 degrees one day last week, so if places north of the Arctic Circle are regularly setting new records and seven the seven warmest years on record globally have been the last seven years. That should indicate to the to the skeptics and the deniers that yes, it is global warming. It's just just amazing amazing to to me me how how you you know know we've we've already already were were wonderful wonderful country country with with many many wonderful wonderful things things about about that that define define our our country. country. But But one one thing thing that's that's not not so so wonderful. wonderful. That That is is part part of of who who we we are are is is we've we've always always had had a, a, uh uh very very vocal, vocal, very very stubborn, stubborn, anti anti intellectual intellectual element. element. And And it's it's not not only only that that that's that's not not only only that not only includes what we call everyday people, but people who are elected public officials who are so in denial. It's just ridiculous because they find some sort of political benefit to be that way. And it
Police: Arrest in Slaying of 3 Men Found at a Golf Course
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting arrest has been made in the slaying of three men found on a Georgia golf course authorities in Georgia have announced the arrest of a man in connection with the killing of three men found shot to death on a golf course last weekend a Cobb county sheriff's office spokeswoman tells the Atlanta journal constitution Cobb county sheriff's deputies and US marshals arrested Brian road and more than twenty five miles from pine tree Country Club in Kennesaw where the slain man were discovered Saturday no further information was provided on the arrest police said golf pro Eugene seller was gunned down when he approached a pickup truck that had driven onto the tenth green two other men including the vehicle owner were found dead from gunshot wounds in the bed of the pickup truck hi Mike Rossio
"eugene" Discussed on Everyonecast
"This is a show where you get to. The star will make a great episode together no matter how boring or awkward you feel. The best part is that it's all done remotely sir. Participating is really easy contact us at everyone cast dot com and you can have your own episode on this show. Turn off your fireworks before listening. I'm anthony salvato. And this is eugene fernandez. Hello thanks for having me. Tell me what you're all about boy. Well i just moved back in with my parents a couple of days ago. 'cause i graduated from university and kind of disappointed in myself that i haven't really gone farther than i thought i would be at this point but in a couple of days i will be moving to montreal a said you just graduated i did. Yeah so why were you disappointed. I mean if you just graduated then you know you're just starting out right. That's true. But i graduated in april. I was applying for a whole bunch of jobs and all of them. Turn me down. And i just felt so disappointed. What field are you going into well. I wanted to start working in a startup. any startup just to learn the basics of how businesses are run and so and the cool thing about startups is that since they are small you get to wear multiple hats and try out a whole bunch of different things and there's no real regimented list of things that you need to do in day. Exactly i know exactly what you mean. Not because i have worked for a start up but because i've worked for the opposite of a start up one of the largest companies in the world. I know what it's like to be a little bit more regimented. It wasn't like super regimented. But i mean you know everything is kind of a seems like there's less flexibility in the culture it's very scripted and has a lot of bureaucrats and i think the bigger the company the less you know how useful or valuable you are to the final product. You're absolutely right because a lot of the stuff is working on through my career. It was such a small piece in the puzzle. I have a vague idea of kind of what we're trying to do. But these applications sometimes are so big and complex.
No Relay: Banned Sprinter Richardson Left Off Olympic Team
"American sprinter Shikari Richardson who was banned from the women's one hundred meter race at the upcoming Tokyo Olympics after testing positive for marijuana is not on the U. S. Olympic roster released Tuesday by USA track and field the omission means Richardson will not run as part of the U. S. four by one hundred relating Richardson tested positive for marijuana after winning the one hundred meters at the U. S. Olympic trials in Eugene Oregon last month she accepted a thirty day suspension the suspension will end before the start of the Olympic relays August fifth which open to the possibility she could run in that event in a statement USA track and field said it fully agrees that international rules regarding marijuana should be re evaluated hi Mike Rossio
Latest First Nations discovery reveals 182 unmarked graves at Canada school
"Another grim discovery in british columbia the remains of one hundred and eighty two bodies near a former indian residential school. As dan carpenter reports the find was made using ground penetrating radar. The lower kootenai band says the remains were found in unmarked graves near the site of the former saint. Eugene's mission school near cranbrook. The school run by the catholic church operated from nineteen twelve to the nineteen seventies about one hundred members of the kootenai band attended the school. Chief jason lewis says. The ben's leaders met with survivors of the school in the community before making the announcement and louis added his voice to the growing calls for the catholic church to be held accountable for running the schools. The nazis were held accountable for their war crimes. And i see no difference in locating the priests and and the brothers that are responsible to be held accountable for their arts. In this attempt of genocide on indigenous people the announcement comes just a month after another british columbia. First nation found the remains of two hundred and fifteen children buried on the site of a former residential school near kamloops and the remains of seven hundred fifty. One bodies were found near a former residential school in saskatchewan. Other native leaders. Say the need for mental. Health services for survivors will increase as more graves discovered near former residential schools across canada for national native news. I'm dan carpenter.
Blistering Heat Wave Continues to Bake the Pacific Northwest
"Wouldn't want to hear any of these words in the weather forecast historic, dangerous, prolonged unprecedented, but that's exactly how the National Weather Service chose to describe the record breaking heat currently being experienced by millions in the Pacific Northwest. Want to wait in Tacoma, 1 13 around Puyallup, the South Hill grams at 1 10 Kent, Auburn about 1 11. Same thing in bottle and like I said, Farther east, you go Edmonds at 104. Monroe wants to homeless 1 10 to 1, 12. I mean, these are outrageous. These are just absolutely outrageous numbers for here. That's K I R. O s Nick Allard with the numbers for those close to Seattle. It got so hot that at one point, the U. S. Olympic trials in Eugene, Oregon, had to be postponed as the trackside temperature closed in on 150 degrees. We'll get into the summer games later this hour. But first Jeff Barrett Deli is the meteorologist in climate specialists for CBS News on Twitter. He's known as at weatherproof. He joined us earlier today from Central Park in New York. And I started by asking him what meteorological conditions have led to such extreme weather. Yes, so the meteorology behind it is pretty interesting. Very wavy jet stream lots of undulations in the jet stream and basically, it's elongated from north to south. So when it does that it slows down, everything slows down. The whole pattern slows down and we end up with kind of a blocking scenario in the atmosphere and There's a very specific block going on right now in the Western U. S. And that's called an Omega block and an Omega block is a pretty textbook block. And really, it doesn't allow anything to move. So what happens is the the hot air kind of pools. Intensifies and circulates around. And right now that happens to be located across British Columbia and the Pacific Northwest. And so it's just sitting and spinning and intensifying. We'll the National
"eugene" Discussed on Yeah, But Still
"He's being really mean on your last week appeal really tell you say you. Are you really think about your first match on. Live tv one of an entire arena. That was laughing at you. What the hell was that. Look what you didn't know. Well i don't wanna bring it to you. You're not a wrestler. What the hell no fucking way. What they love him. Oh no you. Dad channing eugene yeah oh no crowds. No no way you act the hell to be the same ring with you. You don't belong here so now. The only reason you have jobs. Because eric nephew no no again away and in here.
"eugene" Discussed on Yeah, But Still
"He's in the building. You want me to go. what are you waiting for. Wonderful wonderful make the boy of style. Thank you great. Eugene eugene eugeniusz. I'm looking for eugene. If you've seen him do gene eugene. Yes i've seen it. You've seen him yes. He's about six foot wall and about two hundred and forty pounds and eugene. I'm really like i know where. You're why you brought this onto the show and i know what i'm supposed to be saying and thinking and all that stuff but i mean yeah. It's like a wd w. e. character that mentally retarded. Yeah my mind's going to a different place where it's like. You can't like okay if you see stone. Cold steve austin in a grocery store. Yeah the real guy the stone cold he could snap into it right away right holck. Oh hell yeah brother like good to see you eugene out the guy who can yeah. He has to start acting the grocery store. That's like a big commitment like he really wanted to be in the wwe. I know because he really wanted to be in it like you can't. Yeah that's like and you can't like change it. Did he interesting like you. You look so like the to eugene videos. I watched after. That are one him and kurt angle right or he fights. Kurt echo. Thank you eugene and you know. it's this is this is this is their their thing not mine right so this is anything that you can direct any of this towards me. I didn't write these story lines. But he's fighting kurt. Angle kurt angle is is beating him but then all of a sudden he like activates his strength no and then beats kurt angle and then takes. Kurt angle's olympic gold medal. Oh because that was the whole thing with kurt angle. Remember he was like a a former olympian. Yeah who would always like his character was a villain would always hold his gold medal. His olympic gold medal and eugene takes his gold medal which hugh imagine being the. That's very funny. That's very funny journey for gold. Really good writing. That's really good. Yeah and like to have that kind of that twist halfway through the oh. Absolutely i mean he takes. He has it like the journey of that olympic gold medal. Right from ninety six to two thousand four right where it's like less than ten years after you handed this guy olympic gold medal. You didn't know you didn't know what was going to be in the hands of eugene committee. They allow is not approved. They did not know. Eugene was going to be holding out a lot less than ten years later also like those metals entered wrestling rules belts like. Yeah eugene's now an olympic medalist. Yes because he got that in the ring he got in. The red does not work. You can't go like hen. Michael phelps and take his mental and then as years. Yeah it wouldn't work there. Everybody he would still look. That's michael you just stole it from michael rallying. I know that is eugene. You don't he defeated angle. He gets it yeah. He gets it olympic gold medal. Amazing there's another one where it's Oh maybe you should pull up. The rock. And i will apologize to the true rustling heads. I think we should do an episode with our friend who knows a lot about wrestling. I probably long overdue but apologies to Any wrestling heads out there. Who way more about this than us. And we're sure we're missing stuff and stumbling around eugene in the rock. That's an interesting view because the rockets it's it's they're not fighting each other. The rock comes in to defend eugene. Which is like like. They said they said they saw wayne. Johnson be star absolutely he was always set up to be a star. So did you find the video. I found the rock defending eugene. Really nice to eugene and it's like the will. Yeah this other guy is want you kind of describe what's going on so this jonathan coachman he's being really mean on your last.
Capitol Police Officer Eugene Goodman Throws First Pitch at Nationals Game
"Capitol police officer at Nats Park tonight. The nationals on it hurt Officer Eugene Goodman, who you may remember let a violent mob away from elected officials During the January 6th insurrection. Goodman threw the ceremonial first pitch ahead of the team's game against the map. Catching his pitches. Kyle Schwarber, Officer Goodman. When you're ready, it's your pitch. A great bitch. My officer Eugene Goodman. Thank you for all that you do. Back. In February, the Senate voted unanimously to award Goodman, a veteran of the army with a congressional gold medal. Stay with US just ahead of money.
Taking an in-Depth Look at the Life of Charles Manson
"Born on november twelfth nineteen thirty four in cincinnati ohio charles. Manson was the son of a sixteen year old prostitute named kathleen who often started and ended the day with a bottle of liquor which nowadays is pretty common but back in the days not so much the typical friday night. yeah exactly it's it's pandemic. it's fun. She christened her son. Charles mills mattocks eventually changing his surname to the now infamous manson. When she married a local man named william eugene manson who worked at a dry cleaning business from the get-go kathleen showed little interest in being a mother to her son. During one instance. She took him to a cafe where a waitress who found. Young charles adorable. Joey asked if she could buy him in response. Kathleen said that her son could be changed for a pitcher of alcohol after finishing this she got up left him at the cafe and never looked back. It took charles uncle several days of frantically searching for him throughout the entire town before he managed to locate the waitress So you to our parents. I don't know. Have you ever come into someone asking you to buy your kid. That seems a little weird not yet. Maybe we just having enough places with him. Kids just aren't better door to god. My question is. I hope that that bottle was like a good one then at least some top shelf liquor that was offered for. I'm gonna guess it wasn't. It was at a cafe like this is what we have under the counter. This is. This is what i brought into work today. So here you go. Yeah so pretty terrible. Start to his childhood already. You can clearly see where some of his repressed emotions come one. Hundred percent
Real vs Urban Legends
"This podcast was inspired by mike. Who sent me an email. Asking are true mysteries of the pacific northwest. Nothing more than urban legends inspired by a book. I checked out from the rogue valley metaphysical library and trying to answer that question. The book was written by an authority. Who shall remain nameless. The book contains some events that are no more than a figment of someone or an urban legend. Like the dog that ate a tiny cell foam and every time someone called stomach would rain. Some were started by celebrities like mickey rooney claiming that he had influence walt disney to call his cartoon mouse mickey mouse. Then there's urban legend about elvis presley giving a harley davidson motorcycle to actor james dean. Well sorry. none of these happened before. I reveal my favorite urban legends. I need to explain how i separate real and true from something invented by a person with an ulterior motive or an urban legend occasionally. I do find a witness or participant to an event that can't be explained away and are willing to talk about it but that's the exception not the rule. Most people are reluctant. Admit that they saw ghost or heard strange laughter when they were home alone for fear of being ridiculed. When event is brought to my attention or intrigued by a story on the internet my search for sources begins. I'll start with the photograph of a pterodactyl that appeared on the internet that allegedly dates back to the american civil war in eighteen. Sixty four courting to the story behind the mystery. Image giant flying creature was shot down by soldiers around eighteen sixty four. near the city of vicksburg. The story says it's soldier said the creature was like some kind of unknown bird monster in a surprising. Twist of the story. A second photograph appeared on the internet. That showed a similar scene. A pterodactyl surrounded by men in front of a barn. Now the people. I talked to when i contacted. Authorities said several newspapers in virginia said that one photograph in front of the barn was fake. Now if you drop me. A line kit k. chrome g mail dot com. I'll send you a copy of the two photographs. You can decide for yourself in my research. I found that the photograph of the pterodactyl matched one. That was seen by somebody in eugene oregon just a few years ago about twenty eleven
Native Students Finally Win the Right to Wear Tribal Regalia at Graduation Ceremonies
"A new oregon law allows a native students to where feather on their cap for graduation ceremonies kale. Cc's brian bull. Has many native students have worn eagle or turkey feathers or their cap and gown for years but added ornament was never formerly assured until the sierra the oregon legislature a bill that governor brown then signed in may brenda brainard is director of the four j. natives program which supports native american culture and learning in eugene area schools. The fact that students can incorporate their culture into their graduation for themselves and for their community is just wonderful. Only native american students who practice and celebrate their culture is seen by supporters as a way to promote academic achievement and improve retention and graduation rates for national native news. I'm brian bowl.
"eugene" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers
"Right now for my guest Eugene, , Levy. . The world is just throwing awards and Garlands had his feet fifteen emmy nominations for shits. . Creek on I don't think you could go anywhere these days Eugene Canyon with people just saying we love you. . We Love You love you you. . Well. . It's the worst things can happen. . Okay <hes> worse things can happen than people saying I love you. . <hes> reaction to this show has needless to say I mean just been. . Sensational, , and it's been kind of a tidal wave over the last couple of years in particular. . Will the irony here is that just when all this love is coming your way you and your son Dan decided no this the end now. . That's a too much good thing. . Now can't have too much of a good thing. . Yeah. . It was <hes> boy was actually the right you know in hindsight it was it was really the right decision because you know had we decided to go in and do another season been royally screwed this year. . It would have been bad I would call that a bad scene. . <hes> and <hes>. . Now it ended when it should have ended. . It was just you know everything just kind of made sense every story line you know completed itself in just a beautiful way and you know it's logic that has nothing to do with television and the entertainment industry. . Well, , you're absolutely right I mean you know if you if you think of the fact that you know there's money to be made <hes>. . Then, , you're right now we probably could have gone on for another. . Two three or however many years. . But you know it's <hes> what I call the law of diminishing returns. . It's you know it's you. . You can't. . I mean, , how do we talk what happened this year? We ? can't will never reach this kind of peak again with with fifteen emmy nominations that was just mind blowing. . So <hes> it ended at just the right time you know go out when the going's good each year in each season, , it just got better and funnier and more real and it just detached it's up to our hard well <hes>. . It it I well that you know I get a lot of credit to my son. . Dan I mean he really did a masterful job. . Guiding this thing to its final destination <hes> you know we started the show. . <hes> in the intention was to make a great character comedy. . You know when he came to me with the idea, , he said, , you know I want the same sensibility as you know, , you and Chris Guests had in your movies <hes>. . -Ly character work <hes> keeping it kind of real and grounded. . And I said well <hes>. . You've come to the right guy because that's that's all I believe in and that's all I. . Know and that's that's all I do get your laps through character and and and do everything you can to make. . The characters as credible as possible you want to get to a point where your audience has an emotional investment in the character and if that happens. . Then you know you can just take them on a a lovely kinda joyride through laughs and tears and everything else you can take many. . Right and then as the seasons kind of progress once we got the fish out of water scenario. . Out of the way in the first season and realize that they are going to be there for a while the Rose family <hes>, , then the focus was on relationships. . And character, , and we could settle for a bed without moving necessarily too much story but the fact is, , yes, , you and your son Dan Co created this you know in that spirit, , but he was the show runner young. . Was He. . Scary. . was He demanding with what goes on when you're the show runner? ? We hear stories by the mind by the time by the time. . I. . I handed the reins over to him which was I think the beginning of the third season. . <hes> I listen I could tell. . <hes> in the <hes> in the room and I was in the writer's room for the first <hes>. . To. . Two. . Plus. . <hes> seasons something I did not necessarily enjoy because. . I'm not used to a writer's room. . You know I mean all the writing I've done in my career has been either on my own. . For the most part I'm SETV I wrote on my own. . And I would write with a partner like Chris <hes> or or another friend of Mine John Hempel <hes> who I did a few things with up in Toronto who played Bob and chips Greg <hes>. . <hes> but being in a room where everybody's contributing to how the story moves was a little. . You know kind of unsettling i. . never quite got the grasp on that. . It now, , but he did and he was quite amazing in the Rome even in the very beginning <hes> trying to keep things on track and and taking it in a direction that ultimately proved to be the right direction. . So it was quite an incredible. . Experience for me to watch this growth and watch how rapidly he was developing into a great writer. . Let alone what he was doing on camera. . was also quite surprising to me, , but you know the whole experience. . Was Yeah was yes. . Oh, , so he gets. . The credit for this because he's done an amazing job for six years <hes> just great instincts as a writer and some very ballsy. . Decisions as a producer. . To make things are are right and also your daughter Sarah who's also in Shits Creek yes. . You see these kids suddenly become funny and become actors and begin to take on what you do did that freak you out or were you really happy about? ? Well I I certainly didn't encourage it <hes> and I- deep down was kind of happy about it because I understood it. . But. . You know in the beginning when they I know they did shows in high school. . <hes>. . And <hes> in when by the time they got to college university. . <hes> Dan went into kind of a film course and I, , thought well, interesting , he's got a thing he wants to be a director. . Put Films Together. . That's great. . And my daughter said she wanted to major in drama and I said, , really she said, , why are you surprised? ? I said because I know you did shows but I I've never heard you go on and on about how much he wanted to be an actor. . <hes>. . So she majored in Drama University and and we got to see her in her final year in some productions that was the only year. . The parents could go and see productions ride. . Vital. . Yes she was really <hes>. . Really quite good and I would watch your working her plays and and has watching him I'm I'm thinking to myself why her performances onstage are are so ripe for a camera. . But then then my son gets a job on MTV in Canada is vj when they started <hes> in Toronto whatever how many years ago now? ? And his work on camera was just incredible. . You know I mean what he was able to do his his <hes>. . Is. <hes> . improvising, , winging it you know personality coming through in a major way, and , then he started doing sketches and writing sketches and doing funny things that were really funny and I knew that he had a great I for this but nevertheless coming in to do a half hour. . Comedy. . Character driven. . That's a whole different. . You know <hes> animal and I I. . I did everything, , I could to get the show on the air. . When he brought me this germ of an idea. . <hes> a rich family losing their money <hes>. . and Lo and behold we. . We did
"eugene" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers
"Hello everybody. . I M Peter Travers this popcorn where we tell you what's happening in the pop. . And right now for my guest Eugene, , Levy. . The world is just throwing awards and Garlands had his feet fifteen emmy nominations for shits. . Creek on I don't think you could go anywhere these days Eugene Canyon with people just saying we love you. . We Love You love you you. . Well. . It's the worst things can happen. . Okay <hes> worse things can happen than people saying I love you. . <hes> reaction to this show has needless to say I mean just been. . Sensational, , and it's been kind of a tidal wave over the last couple of years in particular. . Will the irony here is that just when all this love is coming your way you and your son Dan decided no this the end now. . That's a too much good thing. . Now can't have too much of a good thing. . Yeah. . It was <hes> boy was actually the right you know in hindsight it was it was really the right decision because you know had we decided to go in and do another season been royally screwed this year. . It would have been bad I would call that a bad scene. . <hes> and <hes>. . Now it ended when it should have ended. . It was just you know everything just kind of made sense every story line you know completed itself in just a beautiful way and you know it's logic that has nothing to do with television and the entertainment industry. . Well, , you're absolutely right I mean you know if you if you think of the fact that you know there's money to be made <hes>. . Then, , you're right now we probably could have gone on for another. . Two three or however many years. . But you know it's <hes> what I call the law of diminishing returns. . It's you know it's you. . You can't. . I mean, , how do we talk what happened this year? We ? can't will never reach this kind of peak again with with fifteen emmy nominations that was just mind blowing. . So <hes> it ended at just the right time you know go out when the going's good each year in each season, , it just got better and funnier and more real and it just detached it's up to our hard well <hes>. . It it I well that you know I get a lot of credit to my son. . Dan I mean he really did a masterful job. . Guiding this thing to its final destination <hes> you know we started the show. . <hes> in the intention was to make a great character comedy. . You know when he came to me with the idea, , he said, , you know I want the same sensibility as you know, , you and Chris Guests had in your movies <hes>. . -Ly character work <hes> keeping it kind of real and grounded. . And I said well <hes>. . You've come to the right guy because that's that's all I believe in and that's all I. . Know and that's that's all I do get your laps through character and and and do everything you can to make. . The characters as credible as possible you want to get to a point where your audience has an emotional investment in the character and if that happens. . Then you know you can just take them on a a lovely kinda joyride through laughs and tears and everything else you can take many. . Right and then as the seasons kind of progress once we got the fish out of water scenario. . Out of the way in the first season and realize that they are going to be there for a while the Rose family <hes>, , then the focus was on relationships. . And character, , and we could settle for a bed without moving necessarily too much story but the fact is, , yes, , you and your son Dan Co created this you know in that spirit, , but he was the show runner young. . Was He. . Scary. . was He demanding with what goes on when you're the show runner? ? We hear stories by the mind by the time by the time. . I. . I handed the reins over to him which was I think the beginning of the third season. . <hes> I listen I could tell. . <hes> in the <hes> in the room and I was in the writer's room for the first <hes>. . To. . Two. . Plus. . <hes> seasons something I did not necessarily enjoy because. . I'm not used to a writer's room. . You know I mean all the writing I've done in my career has been either on my own. . For the most part I'm SETV I wrote on my own. . And I would write with a partner like Chris <hes> or or another friend of Mine John Hempel <hes> who I did a few things with up in Toronto who played Bob and chips Greg <hes>. . <hes> but being in a room where everybody's contributing to how the story moves was a little. . You know kind of unsettling i. . never quite got the grasp on that. . It now, , but he did and he was quite amazing in the Rome even in the very beginning <hes> trying to keep things on track and and taking it in a direction that ultimately proved to be the right direction. . So it was quite an incredible. . Experience for me to watch this growth and watch how rapidly he was developing into a great writer. . Let alone what he was doing on camera. . was also quite surprising to me, , but you know the whole experience. . Was Yeah was yes. . Oh, , so he gets. . The credit for this because he's done an amazing job for six years <hes> just great instincts as a writer and some very ballsy. . Decisions as a producer. .
"eugene" Discussed on Indigenous 100 Podcast
"One hundred of the most inspiring indigenous thought leaders from around the world but before we get into it a big. May to the episode sponsor. Mahita he egg l. The hub of natural creativity. My heater he was a co working space in Henderson. Awkward for people in the creative industries or people who want to work creative environment at the heart of my Ak L. as a sheared studio. Ed's live shows and podcasts. In fact we will be making a whole lot of content for indigenous. One hundred at my he was one of the coolest workspaces awkward right next door to the grounds restrained and studios so check them out at DUB DUB DUB DOT my he'd I Aka L. Dot Com. Let's get into today's episode now. Today's guest has proven to be a really hard man to track down and physically get into our studios here for indigenous one hundred and then somebody because he's really busy. Yes busy guiding the career of arguably the biggest and most popular athlete this country of New Zealand has ever seen that's UFC superstar Israel at a Sonya. Yates coach Eugene Beeman spearheads the team behind the Ma star known amongst his legion of Global Fans as the last style. Beta and the last eight years. Eugene has helped mastermind the meteoric rise of Amazon Jeff one-to-watch. So you have seen the white champion and is now regarded as one of the based pound for pound fighters on planet earth. But as I found out during conversation the overnight success about a Sonya was literally years and years in the making and although in my infighting engine rollason individuals sport it takes a team of experts and professionals behind the scenes who won't help fine tune aspects of his game and it is this team from the city kickboxing gym and Auckland who are hoping to guide not just stop in his career but a host of other fighters making a name for themselves and the UFC one championship belot. Aw and other organizations around the world so even though as well at Asahi a plays a key role in the story of Eugene and it is also a story deeply embittered and family royalty and a love for your team might. This is such an awesome conversation and I really enjoy meeting and chatting with Eugene and I know you'll enjoy it as much as I did so here. It is may coach. Eugene women indigenous one.
"eugene" Discussed on Inside VOICE
"There are a lot of elements to making a voice experience. Great but have you. You ever thought about the sound quality and engineering of the sound. Eugene Kim is New York City based production sound mixer and audio post engineer having worked with clients that include net flicks flakes. PBS National Geographic Division. And more on this episode he talks about. Why the quality of Sambas of Gordon how he goes about getting the sound just rate what equipment you can use? Why sound excites him? So much high inside voice podcast listeners. This is your co host Kerrie Roberts and today my guest is New York City based production sound mixer her an audio post engineer Eugene Cam and his clients have included. TV Land Paramount PBS DreamWorks TV. Comedy Central National Geographic Netflix univision and more so. Welcome Eugene. Thanks for being here. How you do it? Because I haven't been so the reason I wanted to bring you on. Today's talk about an area invoice voice technology that I think has been discussed as much and so once a company or a brand has decided that they want to create a voice experience. They have a voice voice strategy they have the. US design the sonic branding and they're starting to actually bring their skill or experience to life. A lot of people don't think about the sound quality ready and the sound engineering of a voice go experience and many people just tend to use the default boys of the Smart Speaker. Can you talk about some ways. Sound can be engineered for voice skills and experiences. Sure voice skill technology. I agree a lot of people. Default to a will come stock on their phone or the device because it thankfully just a tool tool And I think if you want to make it a little more user friendly or kind of enrich that experience part of it has to do with the sound quality it's recorded so sort of the analogy of if you're doing a conference call and get to listen to an iphone to speak or if you're looking to like James Jones Day you know everyone knows each Joel all day. It sounds better but it's just not a practising for device do so I've always thought that it would be pretty interesting for as sad as I point. Small things like on your birthday. There's a little sonic chronic signature for your birthday or for a meeting going on an airplane. small-time seniors like that. I think it's the the small nuances and textures in bed. Sound can kind of enriched the listening experience so why do you think the quality of sound and the way it's engineered is so important to the user and the Listener Pika Giancarlo it is important to easiest way I think for an user or a listener to kind of be taken out of the moment if picture or the image is is strange or a little off kilter off quality law or forgivable but if there's bad sound where someone's house visit dinner muffled or unintelligible. People are a lot mystery and find find and It's like this first immediate marco quality projects I think is judged it would look but also image but also the sun equality I think this on equality for it is Is the easiest way to kind of be taken out of the ball. Can you describe like as somebody who is doing sound design and engineering what what you are processes for audio standpoint like how somebody could potentially work with someone like yourself. What does that look like well? I'm actually going to tape a live comedy special for A STAND UP COMIC NEW YORK. This will be her second and third album so typical process like this. You know she would tell me about the project. This is where the venue is. And then we'll go down there and we'll scout the location to make sure that the recording environment is problem-free or if there are problems you know how do we mitigate then more around that And once we establish like the location is good. We'll get a good recording. Then we can start working with the house engineers and get discharged. You where to put mics a large part of that is the client so the client will. We've talked about it. She's called me. I want to show to kind of mimic or resemble these other shows initially give me some reference points of other comic acts And based off Battle Watch that and try and get an idea of what sonically the client is looking for so based off of that will arrange equipment amount that opera her like. Hey this is what this case like a stand up comic like these are. This is the way that the audience is GonNa React sorts going to sound like you sound okay. And then we'll do that and if she approves and we kind of go ahead and we start Mike Benue up and then typically once shows done. We'll handoff files. It's off the post production so Alabama handled post. I'll get the piles all the kind of sound notes from there. The event and then start to do a rub pass you know. Get all the pieces in place make kind of a rough past send it to the client for approval and no no come comeback with notes if any will implementers and they will kind of keep repeating the process approval so if somebody wanted to whether they wanted it to hire someone like yourself a solo creator. They wanted to do something. Do you have any recommendations of the type of equipment that they can get from kind of the basic stop. Stop for someone. WHO's doing it on their own to somebody? That's really looking to create this amazing sound experienced religion vice sure. The good news is probably all Muslims knows the cost of inner and set up a pretty decent recording setup at home is really really affordable so essentially what you really need to track. Recorder to microphones and then into mic stands and then kind of figure out. Do I want to record a table. Do I want a Mike hanging off the table or on the table and just kind of figure that out but the basic setup is really affordable if you get a really nice to have around you know thousand bucks or or less and then from there just gets exponentially more expensive than complicated kid at the upper end of the podcast setup or home recording studio if you would have the room that dedicated recording. It's been isolated. True for sound around can have some kind of Mike Cable routing system into a mixing board. And the whole of Mike's in a whole outboard gear to kind kind of colored down in control dynamics of the recording once you at that point the whole buildup and if somebody is looking talking to like work with anyone in the audio space to really work on this setup or understand production how do they go about finding someone in and finding the right person for them. I think the easiest way and the most common way to go through craigslist which I don't think yields results. I think the better way. Or the way that I've I've seen now is is very very specific facebook groups and they're so specific you can say jobs for audio people lifestyle or in productions out or podcast recording is very specific. And usually you can post up What your job would project is? Someone on their will capable likes to refer other people like it specialists these kinds of jobs and I found that that works pretty well. What works for the New York community? We've met before and I know that you originally were a chef in the new transferred certain to this audio engineering which is really interesting in itself. What is it that excites you about sound and audio as a whole I like about it being worse look side? It's a IT'S A. It's an invisible mio. It's not something that you can really directly measure like a camera image or something else. I think it's an an in a family of medium so there's a large part of it just called psycho acoustics inches the way that sound affects your perception and a lot of physical. It's something that I think is intangible but people can't really put their finger on it because they know when it's good and I like work in the medium that has kind of effect on people and if people want to learn more about what we're talking about or connect with you. Where could they do that online listen? WWW dot eight to nine nine. P R D x Dot Com and has won the contract to go and Some links to work interested. Thank you so much Eugene for being here and giving us awesome insight on just the improving sound quality and things that we can do with our voice skill so thank you. Yeah I know the pleasure. Thanks for having me. Thank you for listening to the inside voice podcast. We greatly appreciate you being a part of our community. And if you enjoyed this episode or you like the Podcast we would love. Love it if you would subscribe to follow like share. Leave a review of the show. If you have any questions comments feedback people. You WanNa see on the show things you WANNA learn. Feel free to send us an email at Carey at motive dot com that's K. E. R. At M. O. D. E. V. DOT COM and be sure to check us out online at Voice Summit Dot. Ai Thank you and we look forward to chatting with you next week.
"eugene" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience
"What I want to make sure we get across anything that you thought about this. Like is there anything that is on your mind? Anything you want to share anything? I'm look I'm excited to be here. I love I love working with young people, by the way, the two people that used to work at your office at work here. I called you. I said, look, I need some young hustlers. And I want people with growth, and you and you handed me two guys on that note. I apologize Eugene for everybody watching if you own a business, if you're running a company one thing, I always say like, obviously, I always want to keep everybody. However, I you if you own a business, if you actually want to bring value to people you have to watch the people that work for you. There are times when it's I when I look, and it's obvious to me that different people need different jerseys than the one they currently have in my place where I know they can shine. Plus it's moments in time. I'll be very honest with you both of the guys I'm looking at him in the face if they came to. In two thousand nine it would have been different. But when they were in the system at that time through the serendipity, it's fucking serendipity. I think way too many people are selfish with talent. Right. And then more importantly, like don't realize how the world works like this. Couldn't make me feel better. I agree. And I gotta say this. It's hard to find town. So if I'm sitting here talking about catching rumble, the boat super exciting brands, I I'm just creating experiences, quite honestly. So when people ask how do I do better than the next guy? I don't know I can buy the same tune in that you can buy them by the same vodka that you can buy by the same one that you can buy. It's gotta be everything else. So it was always the intangible things he impede, right? It's patients and practicality. You have both synergy. Look what I have is patients. But what I what I'm challenged by think everyday is my last, and I and that is something from being a kid, and that's problematic thing, and even how successful you, are you always think that everyday is your birthday party. And when I when I walk into catch, I think every day is my birthday party. I don't think anyone's coming. So I get up every morning with that stress on my back in I try to find that sense of urgency. The people that cannot I think being patient and lacking entitlement is very easy to bounce both. You can't have entitlement in business that you do you absolutely have to realize customers. You can't have entitlement. Absolutely singular mistake. I see. Here's what I realized you walk into catch. I don't wait for you to come say. Hello to me, if I'm sitting at the table, I jumped the fuck up, and I go to you to say how to your table. And now the people who think they ever get to an ownership position think life gets easier. I don't understand that why they think they're going to have less problems when they become successful you work for that. I work for everybody. I worked for everybody. Only people over for my parents because they love me, no matter what beyond that like I got to perform and I got to earn. And I know that I know that going into look I've had some amazing years in the success of catch in successive rumble. But we've had some bad years we've closed some places amount of shame to talk about that stuff, by the way. Those failure those trout, and they can get real jobs..