17 Burst results for "Fifty Twenty Years"
"fifty twenty years" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC
"Scott speed was raced all over the world and all these different road courses. Help me help us understand. Like how does he take that and make that so productive in winning at cinema. I think there's a lot unpack here. Start sort of the beginning of all this where we're going. This and first and foremost. I absolutely you know understand where he's coming from. Which is the at the side of things that you jeff talked about what he's talking about with all the homework that is absolutely become in the last i'd say decade and especially in the last five seven years. If you're not doing the homework putting the work as a driver could come series. You're not going to be successful. There's so much information available at this time to a driver that didn't exist fifteen years ago that you can't help but have to be you know look at certain things and have were your disposal than you did. And if you're not taking advantage of that you're just going to be successful. It's just plain simple Church will be hit or miss but the ones that really rise up to become you're consistent. Champs senior consistent winners are the ones doing the homework. Because you know as i said. Everyone's very close in. The country's drivers are very close cars. Close what becomes your edges. The little st- tiny things. You can find the outdo someone who's at the same exact count levels you. That's the the cup series is really the only place. Where if you're a top twenty worldwide driver. You're going to get into position where there's nineteen others that exact same talent levels. You saw how you're going to be right. That's what nascar cup series racing it so back. My what a lot impact. Their fifteen years ago. I started working with a coach at the time. And this was a new concept in racing to have a coach and then one was on the first major motorsport series to really accept having coaches. They've driver coaches that. Come in on the teams and there was always a stigma driving where especially in the nascar world where drivers she just figured it out right but then you look at other sports like football and you have a qb coach simply for the quarterback because he's a very integral port position who needs some help figuring out some outside. Is well drivers. It's like there's no more position driver. It's the rubber meets the road. How could they not have held. So i think a trend. We've seen the last five years has been drivers searching for that help. Searching for those outside is the knowledge routes is that can guide them in a direction or help them figure out. Things be here at often. Drivers saying i put into work or talk show and they they went and worked on a simulator in bulbous. Because it's no different than football or other sports where you need a coach and you need it. Helps to have an outside said is doing any project. If you're doing a school project you'd like to have Outside is will when you're professional rates. Go to the top of the cup series lead. You like to help. I mean that's that's pretty normal. So i think what tiles talking about working with scott speed. You know other guys out there. Other professional coaches indycar. There's still a lot of those many professional coaches because the driver is so important. The fractions of difference between first and twentieth is so close driver. Coaches are are integral. There i think in the coming decade especially the next gen car. That will almost become a position on team. Which is you will have driver specific people that are about dr reforms driver coaching driver data going through the driver data zone on and so forth. That will be a one of the most integral parts of the race team. Here in the next era and the departure is the the reason. I want to start fifteen twenty years ago. Was that a driver coach. Fifty twenty years ago was some guy who wanna race or something getting on the spot or stand and being like. I don't think you're doing that right. I don't think you're doing that right now. It is far more to the football level of understanding how you get the best performance out of a driver. And that's who that person to be and they might have dr inexperienced or they might not but they will be someone that's designed to get the best performance out you'd be and the reason it's become so much more finely tuned that you're talking about like versus the guy standing up on the spot or stan jason. Yeah it looks. It's because of that data. It's because they can look until you exactly. You're getting beat right here in this. Turn because you're not breaking hard for in the pits. You're you're you're getting beat on your rolling speed here here and here in these sectors is at essentially what the data gives you a one hundred percent. That was a big. You know that was a big unlocked for the driver's side of things to have the and t. data or the just to have driver input data that we only have testing before that before about twelve years ago. Thirteen years ago. Dr fish came around. That was one of the big breakthroughs from the guy standing on the side of the track. Telling you what to do. Two years overlays of university of cards. You could see line. Differences speed differences a little bit that would serve the evolution and then when asked him data came in driver input data all the time that opened up a floodgate of right now. We can see exactly what you're doing. What the other guy is doing plus combined that with the when the car will combine that with dark fish the overlays and they have these massive That breakdown everything.
"fifty twenty years" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"Stars in ba is on display. All the star. They opened up. They all start to pelicans Zion and the time to big contract from the lakers. Ingram Jimmy butler user. O houston ain't playing this warriors. The books that steph back the dog the hell why we don't get heart beating the warriors and the books that steph carry and jahic. The nets is durant celtics is Tatum brown kimball walk. Yes the lakers. You know that is. Brian and ad mavericks got the new boy. Nineteen and then the clippers. Paul george cut kawai and then or nuggets got too bad boy. Only one on only starring out there playing dame time named the biggest started aim plan. All star is gonna be on display on christmas. But i'll check this out dame colder than all in god such a fantastic job at the. He announced on instagram. That he would like to appear as a real sports commentator. If only someone would offer him a three year. Fifteen million dollar deal even esp. Lots not doing a great job. All right thank you junior. Carlos reality update at the top of the hour. Right after this. You're listening to morning show support for this. Podcast comes from neutrogena. Hydro booze does your day last all day. Keep your skin dewey. Soft and smooth all day with neutrogena boost the new heireann onic acid serum quenches skin with two sizes of highly onic acid. Dermatologist recommended glycerin vitamin b. Five and kiwi extract apply in the morning for weightless fragrance free hydration that reaches nine layers of skin and then seals it in for twenty four hours or it with neutrogena hydro boozed water gel for four times the hydrating power de-stress rehydrate with premium. Skincare at home. And on your schedule. Neutrogena hydro boost tyler onic. Acid serum stay dewey soft and drenched in hydration learn more at neutrogena dot com. All right tommy. Introduce a girl. It's the time it's called a ferro. Would what reality update all right. Thank you nephew. Okay surely so here we go. We're gonna talk about real housewives of potomac so ladies are back from new trip. Portugal and karen is planning her big wig line. The lunch party is going on. And and karen is making boss. Boss moves but she's still working on her marriage to husband. Ray when did you see the bubble bath. Yes i did. Yeah that was. That was a lot that was a little much taking a romantic a bubble bath and she caring from the real housewives. Run the grondahl rundown. Yeah and she's married to an older. Gentlemen steve so she was in the bubble bath waiting for him to come upstairs. Took him a long time to get them to stay home only to. That's her husband. He's is he is seventy. Yeah yeah see. Because i think. She's in her fifties twenty years. That's right yeah yeah yeah so anyway. It was cute. They would try to. She's trying to rekindle things in our marriage. They've been having some issues and you know. They tried to get romantic an in ray. Close the door. Shut the cameras so they can have their little moment anyway so no bathtub just regular bathtub in the bathroom at the house to wait. What dude wilson into closing dose joints was in their purpose. I all right moving on. Let's get to a windy. She decided to tell her mom. Wendy's from nigeria. Her mom's nigerian as well that she did not want to be. She does not want to be a professor ajami. Hot john hopkins university anymore. Her mom was like nah. Now you to keep doing net. So wendy was a little uptight about that but she finally gave in and decided to support her daughter. Let her daughter pursue her dream. Sin to be a political commentator. And that's what she's starting to do right now anyway so she has a mother. Support giselle had a family photo shoots set up and schedule. Pastor jamal bryant. The photo shoot. Due to delayed flights international flights schedule and everything and giselle was disappointed. But she didn't really show it she did express it at all so the girls the kids i know issues with this with giselle getting back with their dad. I don't know if the daughters are just not all the way on board. Did you get that. Shirley is just weird feeling right. He hurt their mom so right. They're very protective absolutely absolutely so moving on to the whig party. Monique was not invited. Even that's what. Karen told the ladies in portugal but she actually was invited. She showed up to the party early and they care rushed to add applauding gave to dole girl. Get glasses thank yes. She rushed her part because she knew kansas and the other ladies were common. The course of drama started when they showed up. Because ashley told the ladies. The monique was actually invited to the party and she was actually there earlier so the ground dumb was not having problems in drama at her wig launch party so she left the party. She left the party that she was hosted. Is she left girls there because she was not having it. So there you go real housewives of potomac. We'll get to the season finale next week. Real housewives of atlanta is coming back sunday. at l. they will be back on sunday night and get ready. We will update you next week on my favorite reality dating show ready to love hosted by nephew. Tommy we're gonna get all lati- tommy. Go tell us everything next week. You can follow me at lips by carl. Graham twitter. All of their social media will talk about all your favorite reality shows which you got surely all right. Thank you carla. Coming up more of today's trending stories. On the steve harvey morning show at twenty minutes.
"fifty twenty years" Discussed on Wrestling with God Show
"Welcome to wrestling with God. The podcast where we grapple with big questions about faith religion and life. I'm Irish McMahon and I'm here with my friend and I wish Catholic priest Father Land Macmillan Fatherland to it. We have a really interesting question for you today. It comes to us from one of her high school listeners whose I think clearly looking down the road of life. And here's the question. Will I go to hell if I have sex before marriage? So jokingly I'd like to say you will burn health. Don't do it. Don't you dare do it. That's how Hot Hellas actually what. I think actually the best answer. I really like is from Saint Augustine. Which sounds really heady. But Saint Augustine lived about two thousand years ago and as an old man he kinda asked. What's so wrong with sex? Sex is so natural in nature. Nothing could be more naturally part of just the drive of life that God gave us. So what's wrong with it? And he says As an old man I know and so he tells a story and the story was when he was a younger man he was highly promiscuous Very very promiscuous and in an odd way he said you know that sexual passion is a good it drives us to seek each other out brings us together so he says it's a good but there's a better in that is passion and love and he says you know I had that too I I fell in love with swimming. Lived with her. Didn't never married lived with her. That a thirteen year old son. He lived with her for seventeen years. He says that is even better. Says the best is passion? Love and commitment is never had that he said I ended up breaking her heart and my son's heart. 'cause I could never remain committed and Said I broke her heart. And the problem is he. Trained himself As a young man in years of promiscuity but he couldn't keep commitment his years of promiscuity trained him not to be committed to use people so even after he fell in love. He couldn't offer her the best he couldn't offer her in her his son the very best of life and so this is kind of strange as part of his theology of desire. Sometimes things are wrong not because they're evil because it's not good enough and if you're not careful you'll really hurt people or you'll train yourself To use people So He's right. There's nothing wrong with sex and I like that answer. That's a good thing that God created. So will this this kid go to hell if he has sex before marriage? I don't know whether you've quite answered that question. I'm really good answer about why I before marriage. Your sex life is not a good thing that it wrong. Yes because he will train. He will train himself to use people for something. Less Noble Love Passion. Commitment is what is the higher goal. He's going to train himself for seeking less or in all seriousness. I was talking to. This woman wants who she trained herself always to be sexually desired by men. She liked that flirty. Look there's nothing wrong with it. But she used other people and late in life when her started to fade. That wasn't working or not working so good. And like she trained herself to be superficial. So yeah I there's nothing wrong with sex. There's nothing wrong with wanting to be attractive. There's something wrong with trading yourself to be limited to use people so the answer is yes. You don't want to train yourself to be less than you want to seek the very best in life. So you want to do a little more than the passion. Yeah and you want to have the love but you also need a commitment so that you're not using the person that's really what you're saying. If you get to that point you'll probably get to heaven. Is that what you're saying? Yes seek the best. Seek the best. I'm not saying like I don't like it. When people give the answer wages should be a sexual God would never grant that request. Being sexual is part of what it means to be human being but the best part of being human being is something greater of commitment and love to the key is for this guy then is that he needs to move up these stages from passion train him yeah training but get to the commitment stage before he dies and then he's probably got a good chance to go to heaven because that what you're saying each sure. I'll take that but my only problem is like my only problem with that is that he can say well. I'll like saint accustomed and I'll dip it in that pool then learned about commitment. I don't but it might be too late right heavy too late. You might find yourself an old man with full of regrets. I love your answer and I really liked the question. There truly great reminders that all our decisions have consequences for ourselves and others and decisions based primarily on passion and pleasure can make make it really difficult to recognize or even care about the consequences and unfortunately I. I don't think changes much whether we're in high school or our age. Passion and pleasure can be really blinding. Passion and pleasure also can be very enlightening true. True Passion actually opens you up forgot but the other thing. I don't like about the question is that it makes sound like the consequence to sin is a distant in the future fifty twenty years. You know when when you die actually. Saint Augustine inside. Is that consequence? Tha that sin is that you have a less passionate life and you don't even know it until it's too late only as old man does he realize how I you know what. That's indeed is a cut out a lot of great deep passion for my life. So hopefully we help this kid realize what's going on now. Why pay priceless later? Okay thanks for listening to this episode of wrestling with God. We hope you'll join us next time as we continue our journey climbing the mountain of life searching for truth and meaning and purpose in the meantime if you have a question about faith religion or life that you'd like to grapple with your like us to grapple with we'd love to hear from you just head over to our website wrestling with God show dot com and click the questions button. See next time..
"fifty twenty years" Discussed on Dictators
"Threat and a power to himself. They did not follow his commands. Absolutely Ivan was still thirteen and he was largely unconcerned with matters of state instead. Ivan used his position to treat the people of Moscow as toys for his amusement. When he was fourteen he would ride through. The streets robbing merchants and whipping any person who stood in his way when he was fifteen. He ordered that a man's tongue be cut out for speaking rude words. The cruelty that had been exacted upon Ivan as a child was now being exacted by Ivan upon the world and yet despite this Macari the Metropolitan Bishop of Moscow wished to officially declare that Ivan was an envoy sent by God himself. Macari was a true believer in Ivan's divine right to rule so with limitless pomp and circumstance macari held a coronation ceremony on January sixteenth. Fifteen forty seven. He made long verbose speeches. Often interspersed with passages of scripture McCurry declared Russia the third Rome proclaiming that after the fall of Constantinople. Russia had taken the helm as the true seat of Christianity. And the home of God's Emperor Ivan the Fourth McCurry claimed that Ivan possessed a divine heritage his lineage stretching back through the Kievan Rus to the Byzantine Empire to Holy Rome and even Jerusalem the feats of Ivan. The great would pale in comparison to his grandsons. I've in the fourth was destined to reunite the entirety of the Russian peoples under his rule a claim so bold deserved a title fitting of its importance. Macari declared Ivan the first czar of all Russia the words are most closely translates to emperor. Czar was a title that could only be granted by the highest church officials. Or another are in Ivan's case. The title was meant to signify that he was an emperor with absolute power questioning Ivan Mend. You would be questioning God himself for his part. Sixteen year old Ivan believed. The coronation was long past. Due with the ceremony. Complete the metropolitan the people and Ivan himself believed a new era of Russian history. Nee World History had finally arrived. Ivan decided to celebrate this new era with his first marriage to the great pleasure of his people. Ivan selected a Russian bride on a style Zia Zach arena also called on a Stasio Romanoff. Anastas was deeply religious kind hearted even tempered and beautiful the ideal Russian woman of the time she proved to have a mediating effect upon Ivan. While he believed he didn't have to answer to anyone he did have to answer to his wife largely thanks to his influence. The early years of Ivan's reign were generally positive and reform-minded. She kept his latent paranoia in check and encouraged him to make true friends and accept the Council of Weiser. Mentors Ivan's chief counselor. In those days was the Metropolitan Sylvester a bishop who arrived from the city of Novgorod and was known for his persuasiveness energy and Charm Sylvester convinced Ivan to behave morally and more significantly to create a chosen council a small group of trusted advisers. Who could run the country for him? The head of this council was a man named Alexi. Doshukaev Adagio was known throughout Russia for being an intelligent leader. And a good man. According to Ivan the Terrible by Robert Pain and Nikita Romanoff he was scrupulous an incorruptible always acting in the best interests of Russia. Adarsh and so appointed many other laudable men to the chosen council the most significant of these was. Prince Andrei Curb Ski. Curb ski was a young Boyer who became close personal friends with Czar Ivan. He was also a skilled military. Strategist with a strong sense of morality. These four people. On a Stas you Metropolitan Sylvester Alexei dossier and Prince Andrei Curb Ski. Made Czar. Ivan's early rain up promising and positive start. They passed many policies that reduce the power of the boyers in favor of the welfare of the people and they helped defend Muscovites from the cons. Who Frequently Harried Muscovite Borders by fifteen fifty twenty year old? Ivan had had enough of the cons with the help of DASHA and curbs ski. Ivan assembled an army. Sixty thousand strong. His goal was to conquer. The content of Kazan. Once and for all Ivan himself was not a great military leader however his counselors were quite skilled and Ivan's religious fervor kept up the morale of soldiers much as he had when he was ten years old. Ivan made an extravagant show of praying for his military success in the middle of his army's camp. He surrounded himself with religious icons and sacred objects he. The czar of Russia was calling upon the Lord to help him. Smites the infidels of Kazan for the sake of Russia and all of Christendom Ivan's war with Kazan with last two full years but after many battles and a drawn out siege Kazan would finally fall into Ivan's hands. Ivan was twenty two years old at the time and by conquering Zahn he had officially formed. The Russian Empire Ivan rushed back to Moscow where he was greeted by his wife and his newborn son. Dmitry with the Victory Ivan became an even more legendary figure songs portrayed the war as if Ivan had single handedly defeated the frosting horde of evil men with such overwhelming support. Ivan felt closer to assuming absolute power than he ever had before yet his perspective would soon be shaken to its core in March fifteen fifty three czar. Ivan grew sick with pneumonia fearing that his time had come. He summoned the boyers to his chamber with all the men present. He ordered them to swear allegiance to his wife and son just as his father had done for him and his mother. Ivan's Chosen Council all swore the oath without question yet others weren't so quick to follow the orders of a dying man. Some Boyer's preferred to install an adult on Ivan's thrown so they could avoid the chaos of another regency other boyer's hated on Estonia and her family and still others had disdained for Ivan himself to Ivan. All of this was death before death. The czar himself. The chosen autocrat of God was being flagrantly disobeyed to make matters worse the fate of his beloved wife and his only male heir were in the balance he had terrified many times before but nothing scared him quite like this. Ivan swore before God that if he got better he would make a pilgrimage to cure love monastery far in the north a long and arduous journey to prove his thankfulness to the Lord. He prayed for days eeking closer and closer to death and then he got better as soon as Ivan stood up from his sickbed. The remaining Boyer's swore allegiance to Ivan son but it was far too late for that Ivan had seen their true selves and his God complex began to go hand in hand with Paranoia. The only person he could trust was his wife all the rest were either traders or soon to be still weak of body and mind. Ivan made preparations to leave Moscow on the pilgrimage. He had promised his God his advisors told him not to go. It was the middle of winter and the journey was dangerous at the very least. They urged Ivan to leave his wife and son in Moscow where they would be safe. One bishop went so far as to prophesized that Ivan's son would die if Ivan took him out of the city but Ivan was resolute. He could not leave his family with traders. Ivan and. His family pressed northwards and they arrived at their destination. In June fifteen fifty three Ivan had achieved his pilgrimage and all seemed well he said about preparing for the return journey when tragedy struck as they boarded the ship to Moscow. Dimitris nursemaid tripped on the pier. This ours. Infant son flew from her arms directly into the river. A child was hastily fished out of the water but they were too late. The Zara Vich Dmitri was dead Ivan. Return to Moscow swallowed by grief a beaten man while he had previously sworn vengeance. Now he left the treachery in the past. He still couldn't trust his people. But what did it matter when he no longer had an air his Malays would for months until March Twenty Eighth Fifteen fifty four? When his second son Ivan the fifth was born Ivan was ecstatic but with the birth of another air his paranoia was reborn as well on Estonia Soothe his worries as best she could and for the next few years. Ivan kept his attention on other things like conquest. Ivan had always thought he was destined to rule over all the Russian people so in fifteen fifty eight. He started an offensive against the Slavic nations to his West Lavonia and Lithuania. Unfortunately for Ivan. This war would last two decades and it would prove to be one of his greatest failures however just as the war was getting started. Another major event would shape the rest.
"fifty twenty years" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Family. that aren't paying appropriate to the wrist covered by the insurance company doesn't make sense to you. that we live now very slowly the cancer cells of socialism is infecting the American body politic and you have to pay not just your bills but the bills of other people. one can imagine that that idea is loose and free and running about the land. there was a guy a couple days ago I'm sure crazy dude who took an S. U. V. and knocked down the doors of a mall near Chicago and rolled through the mall in his SUV and when I saw that I said I drive an SUV does not mean the government's going to come to me as an S. U. V. owner and say I got to give up driving an SUV there's a crazy guy in Chicago use the car like mine to try to hurt people in a mall that is stupid. that is in the arctic. so why then is it that we've accepted as a society. that is ninety nine point nine nine percent of gun owners do nothing illegal with their guns such as me I do nothing illegal with my weapons I enjoy them I break them down I go to point blank I shoot a little bit I have I carry a gun quite often and I do nothing wrong and I follow the law okay. ninety nine point nine nine percent of us are just like me. what if somebody uses sent an inanimate metal object that I also have to hurt somebody. then all I have got to pay the price of what they did by restricting my rights and my freedom does that make any sense to you. that's where we're headed as a society and it's a major problem it used to be. not Americans were responsible individually to handle their own bills. responsible for their own conduct. it is absurd. the Democrats and liberals say that reparations a hundred and fifty to two hundred years ago of individuals who commit of monsters sins and crimes because they look something like me my skin color but I have to pay for generational wrongs going back a century or two of individuals a look like me because I'm in that class of people I'm a white male therefore I have to pay for the activities the genocide conducted by white males hundred fifty to two hundred years ago even though I did nothing wrong personally I'm in a group that has to pay someone else's crimes sins in immorality and genocide one hundred fifty Tony I have to pay I guess is an Irishman. because the British government and the potato famine in Ireland purposely murdered two million Irish through the potato and store them to death I now have a claim I'm like eight generations removed from those in Cork but I have a claim against the Elizabeth the second now does that make any sense to you what courting the liberals it makes all the sense in the world if you're in a certain group you get benefits your respective over a row of wrong of correct behavior and if you're in this other group you pay based upon your gender and your race because someone that look like you hundred fifty twenty years ago did something wrong that is absurd but is bought and paid for today we understand whether it's his UC student who wants to handle her own bills and not pay for someone else's expenses or reparations and say some collect and some pay based upon centuries old wrongs in genocide is absurd it would never pass constitutional muster not even by Chief Justice John Roberts because we don't live in a society where a person's gender and race manger guilty having done nothing nothing personally wrong. I am a person I'm an American. I'm not a member of any race other than the human race I want to handle my own bills my own expenses and take care of my own family and live my life as well as I can. and for those who want to blame me for historical wrongs per se because somebody drove an SUV into a mall I can't drive one anymore because somebody with a gun committed a wrongful act that I got to pay the price thank god knock on wood I've never needed mental health facilities and I don't want to pay for someone else's you handle your own bills..
"fifty twenty years" Discussed on Wasted Ammo Podcast
"His kid right now already has like seventy thousand data points on them and they don't they don't even have a facebook profile seventy thousand is based on in the challenges as you're out because these challenges will only be good for thirty days you got one month that's it and once the thirty days is over we'll see some more on on Monday but you know we we we weren't able to which is okay you know we kind of got interrupted we'd get interrupted waiters okay and also you know with with a couple of them we were trying to you know nail down the nitty gritty details and really besides the bonus I would I wouldn't mind given the opportunity to go back keep trying like if you can nail that was bonus points reposted the video show it so give it to you yes I do agree with where you're at I want people to try and Steve to get the maximum amount of points on every single over challenges that's the whole point okay I think what might be a little bit confusing is if you know in February next year if we have one person do three separate videos and they submit three videos to the to the to to the black side and for us judging it we're going to be like okay which which one are you going to go with so if you have if you have a video and and you want submit it or and you know that you're GONNA go back out to the reigns to try again to go higher score just what I would suggest as hold onto it until maybe a dare a two before the month ends and then if you're unable to go out to the range just submit the video at that you have or if you're able to go out to the range and you better at that score then submit the new video accents yeah it makes sense yeah but I'm but I know if I submit something and then I see that Joe Cya B me by point zero three seconds all might go back out there and just be like you know try to beat him and then posted upbeat Ya right I mean you could always go on in yourself and delete your previous video and really you know you could do that yeah so these challenges are four blocks eight members I mean I guess we can post them we can post like the videos on our youtube channel for like everyone to try out but not everyone can win the patches it's just black site members yeah right but we will create a new channel in the black site under community it'll be for shooting challenges and that's where everyone will be able to post their videos right we have a couple of questions on here about any right I four shotgun challenges I'm okay with adding them yeah I mean I don't really have a great shotgun but this might spur me on to buy one yes Lindsey if you're on love you well my wife just currently joined us so what I'm going to say is I will use a shotgun I have Ele I will win a shotgun Raffle oh there you go again eight seventy I'd be pretty happy I haven't eight seventy eight seventy you can definitely borrow it so just your pixel when we were at the range e started with me that he picked up an eight seventy used used for one hundred fifty bucks but that's a great I'm okay with that it's a great deal I will do that all day yeah and it looked good too yeah like really good yeah that's been did right I was like no that was a that was a good bye yeah I mean Hundred Fifty Bucks for eight seventy th that's that's a steal an absolute steel I bought mine like I think to fifty twenty years ago it was a long time ago and that's what it's called these challenges that they're going to be coming out every single month yes so we're not going to happen just like ten set challenges but we're just going to cope with something new every month so I'm sure like rifles might be in their shotguns might be in there yup not everyone will have a shotgun but I mean if you do you kind of looked out and do the challenge and the points right knock over a steel target with five six Oh man yeah that's that's going to be a tough one because his AK knocked over hard Marvin I'll just I'll just bring me I a R Reiffel we'll right through a blackout I'll get down it works poll right and if these challenges you know kind of force you I guess you could say to buy new guns I'm sorry but you're welcome yeah EXAC you'll be well rounded gun enthusiast that's right yeah yes for sure I'm excited for him I am very very excited just come what I've done personally as I I've created I think four or separate shooting challenges and three of them based off of what I teach in class now the the waste on the one that I described earlier there are art minor things about it that that we do in class except for the you know the wasting ammo part that's fun but they're still re sends kind of behind the drills that I that I have in there so far and that's part of it like you're gonNA in these videos we're going to explain why we're doing what we're doing right eggs are GonNa be teaching you while we're doing these challenges woefully of cool stuff I'm I'm very excited about it and I need to nail wasted challenge I haven't I haven't got all the points for that one yet yeah true I was GonNa tell you my phone out of memory when we were recording that last one on that yeah that's okay so get it again anyway that's fine I don't mind I'll just use my my newly purchased ten round magazines thirteen Yeah California compliant so a lot of cool stuff coming out look forward to that think that's pretty much everything that was a lot of housekeeping it was but it was okay because there's a lot of changes coming yeah there's a lot going on yeah lot of new updates wasted mo which is awesome we're about to become the biggest powerhouse in podcasting I like it I like I like that too because right did those play conflicted are you guys ready are ready to play conflicted float some hearts hearts right now I am loading hearts boom Shaka Laga done let's wait twenty seconds for the delay flow heart yeah and also everyone likened the new chat on the screen all of the new chat I really do it's bringing in everyone so if you are RC you're watching live if you see the the logo above someone named someone's name when they say something and it's the discord face then you know they are black members which I think is pretty cool got mike has fallen out okay we're good Eric did not shock mount to you're welcome thank you okay to continue to over here earlier no is in closet I found it when I was redoing everything it came out of the closet it did oh I'm sorry hang on say before we get started yep key it says nobody going to bring up Steve's haircut I hear what it's been short for a while well yes but we've also been away from our sure while we're alive before really maybe Keith just on those things you didn't notice how dare you a he's on his period you'll have to give them drink. Let's play some conflicted Hump Day Chris's leading by Chris Chris later thanks for offs all right you're ready I'm now ready beer now the first we're going to start with is one we played last week at that was a really good one and I just wanted to get our listeners managed on on this one you've heard out 'cause pop quiz study in this scenario came from mom with the prep dot com if you check that out cool rule it says the survival group you belong to has lots of children what are three essential life skills that every child had no in today's current society what are three other skills that you would add in a post apocalyptic world so two answers current society and then post-apocalyptic right yeah so let's start with the current world day okay if you teach your kids some kind of skill set I would teach the busy I would teach them the first thing on teaching them is a history of Dallas Cowboys Football Oh God history in general we go come on man that's important Green Bay packers football no sir not cheeseheads well let's let's teach you some recent playoff history I guess you got me there so yeah I'll go first though so current society what would I teach my kids what do I teach my kids I think that's a better answer for me right did you okay what should I teach I'll go with that what I should teach my kids and this is kind of like this is like introducing deficiencies right now right yes it's kind of what it is okay let's be open and honest look into my eyes right now listeners knows have a moment with Kyle please can use women you can't minutes okay again I'd better cameras for that which you wanna get yeah week got my my nineteen eleven I hadn't bring it today I'm sorry I will bring it next week if I'm here there's mine yeah that is Zombie killer it is yes for overwatch who asked earlier wait a pre show for black site members and they got a nice close look at it they really did it was a good look good look but teach them more about US history I explained after after got my nineteen eleven last week I did a like a short but good history lesson on will were to the importance of the nineteen eleven and the reason why a have it now to my oldest daughter and to my second oldest as well but she was more distracted because the dog was around and she loves the dog so US history for one I would I would teach them that I I believe current society it's important Also something that I need to teach him on outdoor survival skills that's part of the reason why in a discord APP earlier this week I asked about building fires like how do you do it yes I had some great suggestions thank you joe side has been like rocking discord yeah he has it's great yeah he's really been involved yet so appreciate it so building like outdoor skills specifically fire building and in the third skill I would say that they need to know man that's that's a tough one very very tough one to really get out maybe medical medical some sort of medical training yeah I think that's on my list to something easy something I think that they can mentally handle being basics yeah that like I don't WanNa like completely just blow their mind with something that has completely gross and and that they just shut off completely but I need it would be good for them to know how to use basic first aid stuff and seen that's my answer I like it I'm basically in the same as you I would definitely I think history's number one especially before shit hits the fan yeah or shall we say how you pronounce it name off at the fans is hits the Fan I think that's important because I think a lot of these kids don't really know where we come from they don't understand the constitution they don't know how our government works they know nothing and that that ignorance leads US losing our freedoms so number won't be history I like the idea of knowing basic medical skills number three I really I'll play for years to outdoor skills but I think hunting is one kind of like right really specify because today people don't know how their food gets to their table as correct and I think if you really understand where the where your food comes comes from your perspective more you have a better understanding of how society in general works and you're a little more grateful for the food that's plate I agree with you clearly as a big reason why my older two girls go hunting with me they they see what happens to it and how it gets processed and everything and they are their their hands onto which is cool awesome yeah they love it I would probably start with outdoor survival first and then teach about history but just get them be able to sustain themselves on their own in the wilderness our neighbors come back from an Alaskan cruise and had bought a gift for you to my kids and they're like grandparents to my kids and they gotten hunter a totem pole and they said do you know what a totem pole is news no well my mom got wind of this and so they came back from Pennsylvania where there are several native American he's like it's really a shame how the native Americans just kind of died off there's not many around I said you know why they died off he's like no I was like let me tell you about the battle of wounded knee and everything that our government did with the.
"fifty twenty years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"That's why they look it was pop what differently and date this discrimination racism I don't want that happening next generation I want to end it that's why when I go into a political science I came out need to peacefully on the street two towers right. that on the server was very telling in many ways and and indeed moving but you didn't answer my question were you as a young man and I dare say are you today actually committed to violence because according to your own version of events so much violence has been perpetrated against your people that you seem to believe violence has to be part of your solution I committed to enter the house and when I become a lead out there because a good tribal assembly I declared that the peacefully way is only weapon we have because ninety seventy ninety sixty I'm not deny there is the elder in the bush they defend themselves the you know it's like a home got you know someone come in be doable kilo B. B. deal woman all your your daughter had been raped in front of you know you kind let that happen to have two defense but that's is already a revolution era is already and but now we want to democratically you know ten seasons to do hold a referendum for whisper but that's a mile we will get to your political proposals in just a moment but your description that all of the violence is in the past is not shared by the Indonesian government the Jakarta's coordinating minister for political legal and security fez we're done toes said just the other day that I think Benny wind took part in the violent conspiracy that the Indonesians believe they soul last month when so many young people in different towns across west Papua attacks the security forces are you today conspiring against the Indonesian security forces so now my question to read until who is this that you know provide Kate in should I buy a book but with respect to Mr window I'll need to ask questions and I'd like to use simple answers to simple questions are you actively conspiring with armed young people in. your territory west Papua today to attack the Indonesian security forces no I'm not advice my people to attack Indonesian security force I maintain it peacefully as possible that's why like kind pay bail committed kind may be and United liberation movement from the beginning when I'm leads from zero the maintain to peacefully call a referendum intending shed on like they call a friend home because they feel that was pop what part of the day territory but Indonesia knows that the illegally occupied our country and that's why route from blame is it illegal can you see why the Indonesian authorities would be very suspicious of you after all they charge jewelers years ago when you were a man in your late twenties with arson and violence you escapes before the trial could be completed but even today there is reason to suspect you for example here's a statement from you again very recently in the wake of this violence politically and militarily we are United you said the international community can see without doubt we are ready to take over take over our country Indonesia cannot stigmatize assist separatists or criminals anymore we are legitimate unified military and political state in waiting if I was an Indonesian minister I would regard that as quite simply an invitation to your people to undertake an armed uprising so I called my people because all those years Indonesia stigmatized idea so we you know handful of people that criminal they're stigmatized he says for ideas no we either we had a legitimate to we already engaged with the world engage with Indonesia that's why you cannot sit Matiz level is does finish that aeration is now time we want to tell the world that we are ready so because we are responsible to recommend militarily you said no militarily. we are not engaged in a violent militarily politically we are ready to show day confidently I'm not into wanting me to trust us you know all those yet you can you can trust Indonesia now wanted to trust us because this is our territory this is I'm a leader told the independent movement for west Papua and I'm ready to engage with the world and welcome any assistant to support our struggle for peace really mean that's what they always standpoint the Indonesian government says that amongst the as they would see it potentially dangerous anti state actors in west palm for their own elements affiliated to Islamic state are you aware of that west Papua is in ninety five percent of Christians from the enemies to the movies Christie and Muslim that that we are not you know anything with anybody we Miley I against the seized him dead Indonesia system to impose to my people when was four point up and then they will more welcome you say that you do want engagement with the international community and indeed with Indonesia the state itself let's talk about your commitment to engagement the president of Indonesia Joko Widodo is a man who has repeatedly visited west Papua talked about the importance he gives to developing west Papua he says we will continue to maintain the honor of all the pop when people I believe he won more than ninety percent of the vote in the last election in west Papua this is a man who unlike many previous military leaders in Indonesia a pianistic why don't you give him an olive olive branch yes it is many precedent for seed was pop what time to time it never changes you cannot develop a west Papua old build that Brady's bill that you know you know as a seven story. development bring development but people are you killing and who knows development for because while it people have been killed who can enjoy those development people always pop when not asking development they're asking the simple question hold a referendum we want to peace with the harmony in in into our own then that's what this asking you raise an interesting dilemma that which is more important to the pop when people getting greater prosperity development into your vast territory Ole independence and on your own political objectives because it seems to me poverty is rife in west Papua we've seen Mel nutrition we've seen disease killed children in a way that is very rare in the rest of the world you need to material development and that is what the Indonesian president is offering you not rather important initiative look was far place a very just reach of country on this planet the my people are bad because they suffer because Indonesia military operation take place in west Papua these to fifty years fifty eight years we are the undead Indonesian illegal occupation I understand your message but if they are offering as they are to build transparent she highways advanced expense if they're offering to open up the resource extraction industries and they say that much of the profit from that will be invested in west Papua on these not objective that you can share no this is this is why did build the roads because they they're cutting down the trees because which pop what is a tad it was second largest rainforest in in this planet so they've been there rolled for in order to bring the military detect cutting down the trees destroyed our forests and mountain because for us is forest is always been market mountain is our secret mountain now the all these moves to national company login company come in and destroy our will. a way of life our environment so this is why do people always pop another asking the development of being full every friend of independent we want to run to our own office that's true to be clear if you were to get your way and if they want to be a referendum in you as the figurehead of the of the movement for independence would to become the leader of an independent west Papua you are saying to your own people and to the world that you would hold all of the economic development the good the gold mining the road development the mineral extraction all of that would be halted single people well I might be free but they might also be very very poor look we want to you know set with what we got but what what I was asking now we want to run our own affairs that is a simple question we asking Indonesia government because we have every team but we want to share and what this was pop well when was Papa independent is very very unique country and we want to create that a green state in the world because we don't want to you know destroy our four is our mountain because now talking about global warming wisp up what he said hi to all of the planet hot all day long of the world also this west Papua we went but was proclaimed dependent we also offer our bread and seized a cross the Pacific who are trade out because of climate change we will welcome him them in our own leisure trust whisper places great biggest men after this green land there is no doubt of the natural riches in west Papua you talk about the the your brothers and sisters in the region are you very disappointed with the international lack of support if if we're honest that do you in west Papua have received for your independence campaign Australia in particular has a close relationship with the Indonesian government and doesn't seem interested in backing your. aims for independence. but look at me I was Jenna is a big pile in in the Pacific and one thing that did you know the we had a Pacific island for a meeting in two final eighteen country we are lobby to a full eighteen days nineteen years but the first time well wisp of what issue was I don't eighteen country in defensive including New Zealand Australia this is time for Australia New Zealand a big pile in the Pacific change the foreign policy toward was public this is talking about German Italian crises this is twenty first century we are fighting colonialism in west Papua Indonesia colonized my people or press my people fifty twenty years I'm I'm worry that we don't want to repeat the same history what happened in other part of the world in you know North America all in a you know indigenous people around the world hello I I I I hear your passions the window but do you think the world cares or indeed cares enough I see now what is already finding out is already finding out in in almost anti my life I've traveling to the world and to create the world to understand about what happened what going on Wall did there don't know because Indonesia closed the journalist fifty eight years that's why they get away with impunity but now tangled because of social media old internet then people are finding out across the Pacific. Africa Caribbean and zero yeah you we we I mean I stand in a moment I want to end with this personal for you were forced to flee your homeland west Papua in two thousand and two because you are facing criminal charges when do you believe you will be able to go home. when west.
"fifty twenty years" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
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"fifty twenty years" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"I think is a shining, a light on this specialty but certain things that we need to work on, but it's an amazing time. These are exciting times to be dentistry, and to be North Atlantic as well. We'll, let's get right to the chase. How has technology changed since you walked out of Ortho, school will let me tell you when I graduated from dental school in ninety four somebody would have told me that when you walk into an office. And the first thing you do is you'll turn the computer on out of laughed at you. It's a it was ridiculous back then, but nowadays, and he literally turn a computer on you turn the scanner on. U-turn all these electronics on so the practice is completely different the practice of fourth Dodig, so we have plastic instead of stainless steel nowadays. So we move with custom-made appliances, which is something that is unheard off. So you have these three dimensional technology, and I think where the future is gonna come all together is just having that platform, the three digital the three d digital platform can net all these units together, which is what's happening, slowly, but surely, but it has certainly changed the quality has changed the, the quality, the quality of the life, the patient, doctor stays, the quality of the dent strand. The orthodontics has changed, and it has opened the door for general dentists, as well to take a glimpse through so to pick and choose an Icee as exciting as it is for orthodontics Orthodontist now. nowadays, general dentists, get the benefit the most because they get the dick peek behind the curtain and pick and choose what they wanted what they want to treat. So this knowledge is there. Hopefully the education is going to be there as wild. But man, it's exciting time for the general dentist just as while because you, you choose in, if you'll find an easy case, but a difficult patient, you'll paths as an orthodontist I can't do that. I can't say that's an easy case, but a difficult patient. That's where we're where the buck stops. So we have to do it all. But technology has made all of that possible not to mention communication between the specialists in and in the and the GP. So all of that has made as mated lot, more exciting lot more challenging as well because you do have to stay on top of things. But certainly, I tell you, those that haven't jumped on board yet. They'll phone Bill fall behind the eight ball, very soon. Unfortunately. And you you were talking about how technologies? So I mean when I get this, how I got on eighty seven we thought we were so lucky because as we were leaving, they were installing computers in the dental school, and we were high five in each. We've got outta here before I had to deal with it, and that's stupid stuff that was back when they used to tell you that, if you didn't understand four TRAN or cobalt by now, you would just be some illiterate, guy living in a box. And but, but you were talking about how technology really change clinical Orlando, but it's actually really change the business of practice management of orthodontics. I mean, you are managing five practices in three different cities, some hundred miles apart some thousands of miles bar. How is technology change the business of running an orthodontic practice while perfect you, you the words right out of my mouth, so ten fifty twenty years ago that would have been impossible because of the internet because it computers because of. Digital imaging I can actually help. So I own five practices in metropolitan Vancouver. That's two thousand mile distance. So I'm rarely in the city or when I go in there twice or three times a year, the draw by, but the rest of the time I stay active in treatment planning these patients. So I got my associates who are. So each patient, weedy gets to pinions at once is I got my associate working on it. She'll give her opinion, if she has any DOD, or if he has any questions shooting. That's why we have that iphone with a big screen, no matter where I am the world. She'll send me photos..
"fifty twenty years" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Of the US's largest trading partners press secretary Sarah Sanders said the president wants to work with them, but I have two more to stop the flow of migrants north anybody in this country, or frankly, in the world that says that they're surprised by this has been living under a rock and not paying attention. The president's been crystal clear that we have to take action we have to step up. We have to do more. Those tariffs are often passed down to consumers in the form of higher prices, the Mexican president said they won't respond to the tariffs with desperation are sending a team to Washington to negotiate Serena Marshall, ABC news, the White House. All right. So what is Mexico doing or not doing to keep migrants from crossing in the United States now deportations by Mexican authorities have increased compared with the same period last year Cording statistics? Okay, many of those traveling with caravans are forced to apply for transit passes before they can continue that has dramatically slowed the movement of group of these caravan groups from January. Between January and April Mexico deported more than thirty seven thousand migrants, according to its immigration agency. Right. And that's they have deported. More central Americans than the US have. Right. So where is that, where is that magic number? What, what, how many people do they have to deport back to Guatemala, El Salvador wherever, how many people before they start showing up here because remember the border patrol seized over a thousand migrants? At one time, this was one time a thousand. Yeah. In Texas, they showed up to be processed for asylum. So do we have to see a fifty percent reduction? Do we have to see one hundred percent reduction we will never see a one hundred percent reduction in the amount of people coming into this country illegally or ports of entry for asylum. Whatever you wanna call it, and my problem with this. It is semantics, but the president says Mexico needs to step up and do more about the illegal immigration problem to me the problem, still lies with US rules in US law, and congress needs to be part of the solution, because the people from Central America have figured out how to exploit US law and claim asylum, coming through, which is legal now should they come through the ports of entry. Yes. Are they oftentimes? No right at the end of the day. They're not breaking the law. We may not like them doing it. But technically kneecapping in like they were fifty. Twenty years ago now, and they're allowed to happily give themselves up to board. They don't they can either sneak in or go through port of entry either way. All they have to do is claim asylum. That's legal. So to me, if the US doesn't like this, I would have liked to seen the president lean more on congress for a solution. But I think he knows. That's not going to happen. And Mexican officials say they know their country. Southern border remains porous immigration agents, and other security officials have set up highway checkpoints along main corridors were buses trailers. They're inspected. And in some cases, Mexican immigration officials have been found accepting bribes surprise in exchange for allowing people. The passage without documentation, there's the problem, the Mexican government has to deal with that problem will they I have no idea. I don't think so. They've been dealing. We've been dealing with this for decades. Now. You're listening to the big four four four big blockbuster stories. We've gone over big story one, what is Mexico doing or not doing to keep my? Vagrants from crossing the United States border big story. One was relearning more about Trump tariffs, but will it affect our economy? Big story three and four happens after Ashley flood, who's in for Becky Lynn on Ona's news station..
"fifty twenty years" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani
"And I have led a lot of work on vision and about fifty twenty years ago, this idea popped into my head. Do we have a vision for the kind of world we want for the kind of life. We want for the kind of relationships we want because when I looked in the world. I thought we need something we need something more profound southern that engages people at a deeper level and the sock popped into my mind Bishen heaven on earth, and my first thought was oh my God. You can't say that people are thinking to be some kind of religious zealots tried to impose proselytize, a particular religious point of view. None of which was true. And then I thought, but wait a minute. I can talk to you about hell honors can I 'cause there's all. Ends of hell's on earth in the world economic political refugees problem hunger. So why can't we begin to talk about the kind of world we want? And then when you Lincoln with why am I here because I like, you very deeply believe that people have a purpose of why they're here and the first part of purposes discover what your purpose is and then deliver it. So that your life becomes a work of art, something that you're proud of something you're engaged with something that you have continuing energy energy energy energy on. So I began to talk to people about this idea. Cow me what heaven on earth is for you. Tell me I wouldn't tell anybody what it was. I wanted to ask over and over and over. And so what began to happen Bishen is these three questions began to distill out. And that's the basis of the book project have none earth and the work that I'm doing and what I'd like to do. Can I ask you the questions? And when I'm asking you the questions I'd like to people are listening to this podcast. To just hear the question in pause and put their own answering. This is so tastic for the done this before with you. And it's always been really mind blowing for me. So I love to do it again. 'cause I'd bet my aunt have changed. And last time I did this was twenty fifteen and those of you listening do this with us as Martinez to question, I want you to reflect on your own on service, so incompleteness basically a test dummy. But the important thing is that you are asking yourself these questions and few to go back in realistic to this podcast in the comfort of your home. Starting at the point where we are. Now when you can actually take a journal and write this down good. All right. So question one recall a time when you experienced heaven on earth, what was going on. Let me say that again recall a time when you experienced heaven on earth what was going on. So you want you to answer this now, please. Okay. Well, there were many many many such times. But one of the last time, I believe or experienced heaven on earth. Was in the middle of a fest. A festival of transformational event that mind body could sawn. So it wasn't evening. We were we've done so many so nipping and Sunday Neha or in grief in the all of these wonderful incredible people just sitting outside under the stars sharing personal journeys talking about personal growth talking about life. This nece people were laughing. There was incredible music background music playing in. I was there with friends with family. My kids were there. Other people with their with their kids and the energy of that space was something of cliffside. We were facing the sea, and it was the most beautiful experience. And I think why it was beautiful was the deep level of community and connection that was taking place on that clip side. And for those of you who are listening, whether you're driving I want you to ask yourself that question. Recall a time when you experienced heaven on earth, what was going on. If you have a pen handy, and you don't have to the putting a moving vehicle filthy to write it down if not just reflecting on it thinking about it. And I'm sure they might need many choices pick one. Yes. Yes. One or more up to you..
"fifty twenty years" Discussed on The Film Vault
"Mean like very very simple straightforward with some great fight scenes said in these sort of near future although i don't know i mean there's fully autonomous flying cars so i figured the minimum it's fifty years outline there are a lot of cars at replying knows that the one the most of them are on the ground but there were for sure flying cars wait their drones fuse all those drones flanker drones okay fully autonomous cars so perhaps it is probably five ten years oh it's much more than that i really could be i'm arguing for the case if the guy the guy created a cloud in his living room i true cloud that does literally moments in this movie okay so let me sit this up for you so the first act of this interesting did you describe the plot of this last time when you talked about the i was careful okay so much to talk about this the main character logan marshall green he is he's bad happens to him early in the film that'll be bad happens to his wife the first act i think a bit clunky there's tropes that are bordering on cliches like for example logan margaret marshall green the actor he plays a guy who is he's that old school guy who doesn't isn't alternate hipster but he's not those blue collar he's like super lukoil future hipster anyone man he's he's served me like grease monkey wrench about like why not exception with that he's a wrench or he's like he's like he has a he has on world right now the hipsters like riding penny farthings right but fifty twenty years from now they're going to be working on mustangs okay i see what you're saying to me he was more of a greeter slash greasy like loans work anything on his car he cracked open the beer you know as you know the budweiser celebrate so corny it was it was yes we'll put guys just get through that i talked you will be rewarding there are some terrific action sequences in a weird way sick with me reminded me of the documentary alive inside where remember they play the hold on music for the old people yes in that nothing to atone or or content but in that alive inside did one thing well and did it spectacularly everytime they did the music people can't see their faces light it was it was magical you want to do like all i need more of this every time everytime stem took over and like and they worked together there was some sort of i was gonna say that much really really there is a chip a futuristic chip that gets implanted in his neck to help his body brain six million dollar man essentially you know it's a modern six paralyze and there's this there's this computer chip that is type guy that he he he rebuilt a car for that's how he knows them pretty convenient but i mean plants this little chip in.
"fifty twenty years" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"Postmortem i don't think we ever will because i think there's a pretty big gap in terms of understanding or interpretation of thing or wanting to talk about things in that way yeah yeah he has been doing a joke about me where he's like you know i'm going to write a kneeled reads all these self help books but i'm thinking about i'm going to write one call why don't you just drink like like that's just like it's like he'd seat says like black people don't black men don't need to be emotionally available like there's no that literally does not exist in the black vocabulary of relationships if like emotionally available like his sister said to make fifty twenty years ago emotional stability went out with slavery for blackmon so like the but having said that like we have mandate of like you know we have a significant a maybe the deepest emotional relationship i will ever have right like my ex girlfriend used to call day my my wife right like this heavy divorce yet unsaid sad yeah your anger love like to me a few weeks a few months ago he gets just he goes when you're on your deathbed i'm going to you're going to think that i was the love of your life so he wants that by the way i used to joke that on our deathbed i what i want him to say his last words speed neal was right she's so funny when guys get to a certain level of of star nece that their natural egos they don't know that they're getting larger and yeah it was a cr it's a say like that yeah and they're just sort of like they've right you're a normal thing to say he actually did say though he's like i told my wife that you're gonna love the my life so it's like it's it is there was like an equality yeah yeah no there is a thing i don't think he's wrong yeah but it's a weird it's a i think it's fairly unusual in terms of two adult men.
"fifty twenty years" Discussed on The ONE Thing
"Change could go back to the early eighties before they add peter broker was the best ed it was thurber fat and dole dan dan end came along one minute manager is search of excellence uh iacocca those were the early big business spokesper so in that began the business and now they're over twelve thousand bishop look published every year so think about when you go to bard mobile and look at the business spoke section it's a not a whole lot bigger than jaiswal here a and so you know it's probably through four up and so there's only a few hundred business books there at some of those are likely to move might cheese of all those other books have been printed lorca so there's not a lot of space so if you're one of those twelve thousand at a year the probability of you get a great distribution is now for a stroll even with a new s unless you're big day with a big platform in ever fantastic idea yet so i hear j talk about this all the time he often encourages people to sell first 'cause you maintain control you actually make tremendously more money because you actually keep margins and the only real reason to go with the bigger publishers if he matters to you that you at like a new york times bestseller were they care if you have the traditional distribution is true when i'm crema bourgeois fifty twenty years ago i try to do two things or backed recent crowded do frigid do for retreated i was looking for two extra to be should bush or lewis those two saying such so publisheed folks usually cannot do it's such a chocolates so i try to do that well over half were rowbotham international auto show russia clerk of think of that so when you talked with all of those submitted a bushel and to them this over a million which you guys know how rare that as now south that's pretty cool.
"fifty twenty years" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"I just thought what happens if there's is a siege on all the news that have just turned be blunt in the low ilet alliance who's seems no terrible terrible lovely live either haroun alone is no evidence so i don't think i had a nice name vases white shaw noga actors of the deal because we do not have any all personnel do you think we're going to be all right in the world or do you think well i used to i wonder because i've got cheered up by the fact that during the last election because it was such a cynical move by theresa may here you just give me more votes and we'll also have an easier brexit will be faculty i gotcha had off that more people voted in before boy registered to vote so that's at least apopka cuba as an alternate as a young person has died at least say well people are engaging that 'cause i think what happened really was the last fifty twenty years people would disengaging because that would you won't be serious about think all politicians assault gravitate towards the south bendel the middle england one hundred thousand the ball generals who would sway so everything's gouttes wolves they're just assuming that every one of the left would fold globally votes in the ruined the right to vote and therefore those bigger numbers being left not tall to stocks it's and look for other people with here whether it was farraj or whatever and but it did mean fewer people gain more cynical about politics being able to do so.
"fifty twenty years" Discussed on Technotopia
"But we maintain the precision between just zero point three and zero point eight seconds a day of the whole contests so that was sam for us that was a fantastic result since course upfront we were pretty sure we could deliver the goods on the on the day in the test pick you never know it's a bit like a endurance race states in the the indy five hundred so you can leaving gutter drive of aaron today got television tree and also of fantastic tools but at the end of the day your your car might break down there may be some unforeseen situation which comes up so alfi sir survived it won the to be on category at the concluded clemency and it'll say why is giving us the uh the merge fantastic him a boost in violation of our our primary work in this area the to be excellent so let's go a little bit to the we're basically basically waiting that invitation for novak like a piece up enough or other one looks exciting let's get him moscow have put it on one of his robots in the summit of that could be the yet so so just a few more from a question so the the watch industry as a whole is having a few issues would we agree i think in terms of slow i mean in note day it it set which industries from the incredible growth years fifty twenty years i'm many launch friends of tripled than that production.
"fifty twenty years" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"Somebody said to me when discussing best well where will people go for burst control said aside the notion that you know you already have berth control within you it's called restraint yeah i mean it control yourself just simply say and i could have sex with somebody and not married to at the time i'm controlled est i can't you can't is you i thought every impulse everyone so we time you get mad at somebody use welcome every time i think until you do every time you think about you some he's hurt you said hate you you got to can you just you hate i'm forever you just can't you have no ability to control your in poses at all not well then you're associate path and we should walk you away clearly you have some ability to control your read bolsas clearly you just choose not to control leagues now and other era we did control beason pauses why did we control them that it not control that now well society says that acting on these impulse is ok now but it didn't back that so what society says about your impulse is determined whether your pulls are good about there's no authority higher than what society says at the time that's a hell of a way to live i don't know why white's others hundred fifty twenty years ago there's a side he said to and hey i've been in post up own other humans if that's your standard than tell me how you could say they were wrong not to mention the fact there's literally nowhere else in america weekend out condon's to school kids man like they're lolly pops there is nowhere else in america.