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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 12:50 a.m. EDT

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 1 hr ago

AP Sports SummaryBrief at 12:50 a.m. EDT

"AP sports I'm Tom mariam The Yankees literally slammed the pirate 16 to nothing Aaron judge and Aaron hicks each belted with Grand Slam as part of the 5 Homer 22 hit attack as The Bronx bombers won their 59th game to start the second half of their schedule The Astros 8 game winning streak came to a royal land as Kansas City top Houston 7 to four The mets needed ten innings to beat the Red Sea to three and stay two and a half games in front of the braves who shut out the Cardinals for a three game sweep At Wimbledon Rafael Nadal survived an abdominal entry and Taylor Fritz to pull out a 5 set win over the American and advanced to the semifinals against Nick curios who won his quarterfinal match in straight sets Baker Mayfield has finally found a new home the former brown's quarterback was traded to the Carolina Panthers for a future draft pick The NHL draft stores Thursday night with the Montreal Canadiens hosting and holding the first pick The White House says President Biden called the wife of WNBA star Brittany griner who is detained in Russia and pledged he's working to win her release as soon as possible Tom AP

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Royals hit 3 HRs off Javier, end Astros' 8-game win streak

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 hrs ago

Royals hit 3 HRs off Javier, end Astros' 8-game win streak

"What maryfield hunter Dozier and Emmanuel Rivera hit home runs as the Kansas City Royals beat the Houston Astros 7 to four ending Houston's 8 game winning streak Kansas City jumped on Houston starter Christian Javier for 5 runs in the game's first 5 innings and then tacked on a couple of insurance runs in the 9th Dozer says his team's offense is starting to come around I feel like we've been swing about well you know starting the game off getting some runs early having good at bats I'm doing a good job until I just worked out Kyle Tucker and Jake Myers collected two hits for the Astros while led miss Diaz hit a Homer Adam spole in Houston

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Judge, Hicks hit grand slams as Yankees pound Pirates 16-0

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 2 hrs ago

Judge, Hicks hit grand slams as Yankees pound Pirates 16-0

"The Yankees avoided a third straight loss by blasting the pirates 16 nothing to earn a split of their two game set Neither team scored until DJ le mayhew's RBI single in the 5th one inning before Josh Donaldson and Joey Gallo hit back to back homers during the three pitch span Aaron judge and Aaron hicks added grand slams while the Yankees were scoring 11 times over their final two at bats Kyle higashioka and Giancarlo Stanton also went deep for New York which leads the majors with 139 home runs I'm Dave

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Fried rolls as homer-happy Braves shut down Cardinals 3-0

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 hrs ago

Fried rolls as homer-happy Braves shut down Cardinals 3-0

"A pair of home runs and stellar pitching by max free gave the Atlanta Braves a three to nothing win over the Saint Louis Cardinals Marcelo zuna and Eddie Rosario had back to back solo shots in the 5th for Atlanta fried went 6 gave up just 5 hits and one is 9th of the year I'm definitely proud of the progress that I've made but definitely haven't done it alone had a lot of guys that really supported me Atlanta added an insurance run of the 6th on a Travis darnold double the cards loaded the bases in the 8th but reliever Jesse Chavez put out the fire Gary mckillop's

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Rays' Kluber shuts down Red Sox bats in righty Bello's debut

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 hrs ago

Rays' Kluber shuts down Red Sox bats in righty Bello's debut

"The raised spoiled the major league debut of top Boston pitching prospect Brian baio in a 7 one route of the Red Sox Randy arose arena hit a two run double in Tampa Bay's three run third and added a solo Homer in the 9th Corey Kluber earned the win striking out 5 over 6 scoreless innings Here's raise manager Kevin cash Just a lot of big at bats You know kluver set the tone for us but they had a young kid on the mountain He's got pretty electric stuff but I think we had a pretty solid approach for him The 23 year old baio allowed four runs on 6 hits walking three and striking out two over four innings Geffen kobach

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Dinesh D'Souza Has an Update on the Nationwide Impact of '2000 Mules'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:36 min | 6 hrs ago

Dinesh D'Souza Has an Update on the Nationwide Impact of '2000 Mules'

"About there's been some exciting news, some arrests and some things happening along those lines. Talk a little bit about that. Yeah, for a while there, it looked like it was very uphill battle for the simple reason that the film focuses on highly democratic precincts, not surprisingly, they have a democratic political establishment. And in some of these states, like Michigan and Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, you have a democratic Secretary of State, democratic attorney general, they're not going to spring into action. Okay, let's crack down on this democratic corruption. Even in places like Arizona and Georgia where you have Republicans, they're feuding with Trump or there's some other political issue that is slowing them down and wanting to jump on top of this. In Yuma, Arizona, there's sort of a little bit of a ray of light where the sheriff is just taking it upon himself to just open up a fairly widespread ballot trafficking voter fraud investigation. He apparently is looking at 16 separate cases of voter fraud. And in one notable case, where there is video evidence, a woman who had been arrested before the movie came out, giler Mina Fuentes, and she was not even so much a mule as kind of a mule organizer and organizer of the mules. And but she had a whole battery of democratic attorneys, high powered attorneys from Tucson who were defending her, but I think after the movie came out with all the video evidence, all the geo tracking evidence, they basically realized this is a gotcha. And so she now changed her plea from not guilty to guilty. And I believe her sentencing is coming up very

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What Led John Zmirak to Love Dogs?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:37 min | 6 hrs ago

What Led John Zmirak to Love Dogs?

"What is it that led you to love dogs? Because you really love these creatures. I think, look, zillions of people do. And now I'm one of them. I had a dog growing up. Yeah, how old were you? What was the dog? He was my family's dog, his name was cuddles, and I was not as good to him as I should have been, and it was always haunted me that I was not as attentive and as compassionate to him. I mean, I wasn't cruel to him, but I was not as understanding a compassionate to him, and it haunts me to this day. And I feel like I'm expiating the guilt by rescuing other dogs. And my girlfriend says, when I get to heaven, cuddles will be waiting for me along with all the other dogs who benefited from him who owe him big time. Oh my gosh. And what kind of a dog was cuddled? He was a beagle mix. And that sort of imprinted me on beagles, which is when after college did you did you only after I was done with grad school in like 2000. So it was about 15, 20 years. I now wasted time without dogs. I look back on that with regret, but I was traveling a lot going back and forth. I did my PhD in literature at Louisiana state university and my dissertation on walker Percy's wonderful novels. And I ended up back in New York, and then in New Hampshire and I've been all, you know, you have to go when you're a writer. You have to go where they will give you writers kibble and a crate where you can sleep. You know, and where they promise to walk you three or four times a day, right? Writer's life is an itinerant

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Dinesh D'Souza Debunks "The Most Secure Election in American History"

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:07 min | 6 hrs ago

Dinesh D'Souza Debunks "The Most Secure Election in American History"

"My friend dinesh d'souza dinesh welcome. Hey, Eric, how are you? I'm always excited to talk to you because I want to get kind of a fresh update on where things are. There are still people in this country and you know it better than I do who if you talk about the idea that the election was stolen, fraudulent, a mess, a travesty of American liberty. There are people that say, shut up, don't talk about that. Your conspiracy theorists. I mean, people will not stop. And it's a depressing thing when you leave reality and you just have competing narratives. I would at least like to think that my narrative is grounded in reality. But you deal with this all the time. People that simply refuse even to discuss it intelligently. They don't dare to discuss the details. And so where are things right now with regard to the great film 2000 mules that have been seen by so many people? Yeah, Eric, let me offer a comment on what you just said because I remember her years ago in one of my debates with the atheist Christopher Hitchens, he kept saying that there's no evidence for God. And I said, all right, how would you react if such evidence like hit you in the face? So for example, if you were to challenge God and say, you know, tomorrow morning, we print your name on the moon. I am God. If you challenge God to do that, and the next morning you looked outside or the next evening, you looked outside and it said, I am God on the moon. Would you then confess that you've been wrong all your life, admit that there is a God and agree to transform your life in congruence with this new fact? And you could tell it's sort of startled him because he realized that the answer to that question was no. In other words, he realized that he would not admit it. He would then say, well, some aliens obviously did that to confuse me. You know, in other words, he would find his mind as supple enough to look for some other explanation. Why? Because he was emotionally dug in. He couldn't concede that he was wrong, even if reality, as you put it hit him in the face. And I think the election fraud issues like that. A lot of people think their dogmatically committed and they have been since the election. This is the most secure election in history. Well, how do you know that? Have you done a comparison of all the elections to show that this one had less fraud than all the others? No. Well, how can you say it's the most secure election? Well, that's because the guy at cisa, the cybersecurity agency says so, but what evidence is he provided? None. So when I'm getting at is that from the beginning, you have this dogmatic assertion that this was a safe election. You had a regime of censorship to back that up. This has been a problem for the movie. How do we navigate around those walls of censorship? And lots of people are to this day committed to this evidence and no matter what you show them, they're not going to change their

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DOJ Sues Arizona Over Voting Law That Requires Proof of Citizenship

Mark Levin

01:32 min | 6 hrs ago

DOJ Sues Arizona Over Voting Law That Requires Proof of Citizenship

"Department of Justice is very very busy They've sued the state of Arizona to block a state law That requires voters to provide proof of citizenship for some federal Now why would the Department of Justice do that ladies and gentlemen Now this law was to take effect in January They said it violates the national voter registration act by requiring proof of citizenship to vote in presidential elections Our vote by mail in any federal election The assistant attorney general for civil rights who's in that case she said this lawsuit reflects our deep commitment to using every available tool to protect all Americans right to vote And to ensure that their voices are heard in our democracy Now it doesn't You're a liar So you're not even allowed to ask people to demonstrate that their American citizens to vote How ladies and gentlemen you know what's going on here On the one hand you're not allowed to question fraud in an election Unless you concoct a Russia collusion or whatever to attack Trump or any other Republican But the Democrats fight viciously obsessively To destroy all the protections that are in place in our voting system

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Minnesota ends Chicago's five-game winning streak

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 7 hrs ago

Minnesota ends Chicago's five-game winning streak

"The sky's 5 game winning strike is over following an 81 to 78 loss to the links in Minnesota Jessica shepherd converted a three point play with one minute left to give the links a 77 to 75 lead Kayla McBride capped her 15 point performance by hitting two free throws with 12.4 seconds remaining Aerial powers had 22 points and 11 rebounds for the links who entered the game's 7 and 15 before defeating the Eastern Conference leaders The sky fell to 16 and 5 despite calia copper's 20 points Ali quickly had 18 points but missed a pair of three pointers in the closing seconds I'm Jane

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Hutchinson's Jan. 6 committee testimony a television hit

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 7 hrs ago

Hutchinson's Jan. 6 committee testimony a television hit

"The testimony of a former White House aide before the January 6th committee has proven to be a ratings winner The surprise hearing promised to deliver riveting testimony and Cassidy hutchison delivered a big audience Her testimony about former president Donald Trump's actions before during and after the assault of his followers on the U.S. capitol was a ratings winner Nielsen reports it reached a larger live audience than any of the four other daytime hearings The session was seen by nearly 13.2 million people last week that is a 28% jump from the 10.25 million who watched the committee's previous daytime hearing and 23% over the average from the four daytime hearings the committee's first hearing the only one shown in prime time was seen by 19.4 million people I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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NY Times: The Rise of the Far-Right Latina

Mark Levin

01:48 min | 7 hrs ago

NY Times: The Rise of the Far-Right Latina

"And The New York Times does a hit on her Jennifer Medina The title of their story is the rise of the far right Latina We just talked about clarence Thomas Representative Myra floris is one of three Republican latinas vying to transform South Texas politics by shunning moderates and often embracing the extreme So if you're conservative and you embrace conservative principles or you support Donald Trump or supported Donald Trump you're extreme That's it Period For years Texas Republicans tried to win the Hispanic vote using a Bush era brand of compassionate conservatism Nothing to do with conservatism quite frankly The idea was that a moderate touch and a softer rhetoric on immigration were key to making inroads with Hispanic voters Particularly in democratic strongholds along the southern border Such was the Texas of old the Trump age has given rise to a new brand of Texas Republicans One of whom is already walking the halls of Congress The far right Latina What a bigot What a jerk This chair from Medina and her stereotype Right out of the box Right out of the box What's most striking is that miss Flores won by shunning moderates embracing the far right and wearing her support for Donald Trump on her sleeve More Marjorie Taylor Greene than K Billy hutchison She's a conservative ladies and gentleman You don't need to be throwing in other people's names and all the rest of it That's what she is

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Vaughn, Garcia help White Sox rally, beat Twins 9-8 in 10

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 7 hrs ago

Vaughn, Garcia help White Sox rally, beat Twins 9-8 in 10

"Lauri Garcia's RBI single in the tenth inning was the game winning hit as the White Sox edge of the twins 9 to 8 It was a wild affair with the sacks coming from behind 5 times including on a two run Homer from Andrew Vaughn in the 8th Kind of in the middle I looked up and saw that we would score they would score We would score they would score and kind of going back and forth and you know it's a good baseball game We pitched well When we needed to we hit well when we needed to and got the win out of it Eloy Jimenez returned to the White Sox lineup and had a home run and three RBIs as the socks defeated Minnesota for just the first time this season in 6 tries David Schuster Chicago

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Cubs rally against Brewers' bullpen, win 2-1 at Milwaukee

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 7 hrs ago

Cubs rally against Brewers' bullpen, win 2-1 at Milwaukee

"Twice in the series the cubs were able to get the brewer reliever Josh hader one of the best closers in baseball PJ Higgins delivered a two out RBI single off hater to snap a tie game at the top of the 9th inning and give the cubs a two to one win Cubs starting pitcher Adrian Sampson says the theme is confidence in the backup catcher Higgins that he'll deliver in the big moments A lot of people in the Clubhouse trust the guy and he's been doing a steak so it's getting it off the hater and the 9th inning is a rare thing And then putting us ahead is very impressive Earlier in the series the cubs had tied a game in the 9th inning against hater who leads baseball and saves check Freeman

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Joe Biden Wants You to Remember the Pandemic

Mark Levin

01:38 min | 8 hrs ago

Joe Biden Wants You to Remember the Pandemic

"Combine was in Ohio today And he wants you to remember something America Cuts what is it 15 go You all remember what the economy was like when I was elected a country in a pandemic with no real plans how to get out of it Millions of people out of their jobs families and cars remember backed up for literally miles waiting for a box of food to be put in their trunk Just talking about mister producing We cover the news what is that one incident somewhere I mean the people around Biden are doing the country no good By being yes men yes women yes transition Doesn't do any good Because he's a liar anyway So he begins to believe his own lies The country was in a pandemic would no real plans of how to get out of it And how did Biden exactly get a set of a pandemic Anyone know What was developed under Biden More people died as you know in Biden's first year than in Trump's last year From the virus In Biden had the benefit of inheriting the vaccines the Therapeutics and all the rest of it People were living in their cars waiting for a box of food to be put in their trunk

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Julie Kelly Describes the Corrupt, Brainwashing J6 Public Defenders

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:34 min | 8 hrs ago

Julie Kelly Describes the Corrupt, Brainwashing J6 Public Defenders

"To us about the quality of and the behavior of the public defenders? I've read things that I found hard to believe, Julie. As the child of a man who at the age of 20 was put through a show trial, a communist show trial, and then given a life sentence and put in a political prison. That's my father Paul gorka, to hear accounts of a defendant having to openly in front of the judge, make statements about how yes I'm sorry I recognize that Joe Biden is the real president. This is this is something out of Mao's communist China. Who are these public defenders that are giving subscribed prescribed reading lists of politically correct books to their defendants to their clients? Yeah, it's really pretty stunning. One of them is named Heather shaner. I talk about her in my book. She amazingly is still defending January 6th defendants. Now, it's important to note most of these people have never been in trouble with criminal justice system ever. They don't have money 6 figures at least to retain a criminal defense lawyer in Washington, D.C., so they are wholly reliant on public defenders, court appointed attorneys. And many of them, as you can imagine, are far leftists as most public defenders are. And they are this Heather Shane, for example, has put some of her clients through this re-education camp, giving them books, telling them to watch movies that portray America as systemically racist as anti semitic. You know, we murdered off all of the Native Americans. This is what she has said publicly, but the real shame here said is public defenders can do and say whatever they want. The problem is these D.C. district court judges and I'm talking about every single judge from Trump appointees, Clinton, Obama, down to Reagan appointees if you can believe they're still two of them on the court. They are allowing this government to get away with everything that they're asking for. And not condemning these public defenders for saying this has nothing to do. This is someone charged with parading in the capitol, a petty offense, a class B misdemeanor. I mean, these are things as barrel how the chief judge said, this court never even entertains class B misdemeanors. But that is monopolizing the court's time right now.

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Browns finally trade Mayfield, send quarterback to Panthers

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 9 hrs ago

Browns finally trade Mayfield, send quarterback to Panthers

"The Baker Mayfield saga is over in Cleveland The browns have dealt the former first overall pick to the Panthers for a conditional draft pick in 2024 or 25 Mayfield's time with the browns effectively ended in March when the team traded three first round selections and 6 overall to the Texans for deshaun Watson Mayfield spent four tumultuous seasons with the browns reaching the playoffs just once He played most of last season with the left shoulder injury and demanded a trade when the team acquired Watson Cleveland will pick up a majority of Mayfield's salary but the trade can't be finalized until he passes a physical I'm Dave

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Browns finally trade Mayfield, send quarterback to Panthers

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 9 hrs ago

Browns finally trade Mayfield, send quarterback to Panthers

"The Baker Mayfield saga is over in Cleveland The browns have dealt the former first overall pick to the Panthers for a conditional draft pick in 2024 or 25 Mayfield's time with the browns effectively ended in March when the team traded three first round selections and 6 overall to the Texans for deshaun Watson Mayfield spent four tumultuous seasons with the browns reaching the playoffs just once He played most of last season with the left shoulder injury and demanded a trade when the team acquired Watson Cleveland will pick up a majority of Mayfield's salary but the trade can't be finalized until he passes a physical

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"first one" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

08:15 min | 10 months ago

"first one" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"That's rudy giuliani freedom. Fund dot com Let's let's start at the top bill. Let's talk about who now runs the world's largest communist dictatorship who is xi jinping. What do we need to know about him. And what changes he made recently to the constitutional order of that communist state. Xi jinping is the ruling dictator of communist china He assumed that position in two thousand twelve and immediately began to undo many of the reforms that had been taking place under deng xiaoping began after maoz demise in nineteen seventy six Basically these policies have been taken in ended attempt to re communize china. I would describe xi jinping a neo. Maoist he's a his as reported in my book. Deceiving the sky his his His favourite leaders are hitler-stalin. And now and he is working very aggressively to return China to its communist roots almost in the style of north korean totalitarianism. We've seen him go. After the business leaders in china who wielded enormous power by becoming billionaires Many of them have been imprisoned. Some have been killed. Some others have been driven into exile. And this is all part of xi jinping plan to once again make china a dominant world communist power when it comes to the the system domestically. What is it that they're most afraid of. Some people say you look at the events in hong kong that democracy or some kind of a burgeoning democracy is what they're most afraid of other afraid of america democracy or something else bell. Yes they're afraid of american democracy the they have an idea of so called color. Revolutions those are the revolutions that travel throughout north africa and the middle east and south asia. A number of years ago and they they believe that communist china and the communist party of china are locked in a death struggle with world. Capitalism led by the united states. And they've been you know it's amazing to me. I hear a lot of china experts. Tell me that oh china's not really communist. They're just going through the motions. When in fact everything they do is according to these marxist leninist principles this idea that china must defeat the world leader of capitalism in order to maintain its dominance as the world. Power a none. None of this is secret. I mean and when i came to the white house bill. I really thought my my job would be kanta terrorism but once i started reading the classified analyses that were prepared for the president. I realize well deal with jihadis. We'll deal with. Russia and north korean around. The real threat is communist china. The you don't need a clearance to understand what they want. If you look at unrestricted warfare the publication if you look at one belt one road told us about these products that are out there in the public domain. That tell you what china wishes to achieve by the hundredth anniversary of the chinese revolution. Yes that would be twenty forty nine. It reminds me of A guy named michael pillsbury china expert who the pentagon sent to china many years ago in the early two thousands and he was able to get a number of chinese military writings and he translated these into english and it had a huge impact on the national security community including the military because what he disclosed was that these kind words and smiles and glad handshakes from the chinese communist party were hidden by military writings. That said china is going to defeat the united states. it views united states as its main enemy. It's building weapons of war to defeat the united states in a future war. All of these things are the reality of china today. And they're now coming to fruition with the advanced weaponry were seeing deployed by the chinese military. Things like anti-satellite weapons that could destroy our communications navigation and targeting precision guided targeting elements. Were seeing cyber warfare campaigns. That could also turn out the lights. Were seeing a missiles and just recently. It's been disclosed that. China is engaged in a massive nuclear expansion program and this has been discovered commercial satellite imagery throwing up to three hundred. Fifty silos are being built for the new forty-one intercontinental ballistic missile. That's going to have ten warheads each so you can do the math there and you can see. We're looking at an enormous nuclear and strategic. Breakout on the part of the chinese communist party. But not just about connecticut will ferrell conventional warfare in the spirit of the ancient strategists on sue. The communist chinese regime is using indirect form of warfare non kinetic financial informational propaganda and espionage based. And if you look at the last few decades whether it's the senior senator from california dianne feinstein having a chinese intelligence operative as her chauffeur for twenty years. Or whether it's eric swale well who clearly cannot deny the fact that he slept with a chinese intelligence officer called fang fang. The chinese have more than one way to defeat us do they. Not yes and their influence operations are one of the big secret warfare programs of china I know that an academic from new zealand named anne. Marie brady several years ago. Did an incredible study on chinese influence operations in australia. It had a huge impact in fact the australian government was able to uncover at least one member of parliament who was covertly connected to the chinese military. The australian government then restricted chinese investment This is the kind of thing that is urgently needed in the united states. There hasn't been a single think. Tank in the united states that has done a similar study of chinese influence operations and it just shows you the scope and breadth of chinese power in the influence sphere that they have literally bought up officials. A using officials like former secretary of state henry kissinger Former officials like former defense secretary bill cohen. All of these people have setup consultancies and have made tens of millions of dollars doing business in china and there have been very influential in preventing our country from defending itself from this information warfare threat. Stay with us for more from bill gates after this break gun. Owners of america is the only no compromise gun lobby from battling the biden. Administrations radical anti-gun agenda to restoring your constitutionally protected rights in the states gio as grassroots army led by a friend of this.

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"first one" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:45 min | 10 months ago

"first one" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Universal is this in terms of the establishment understanding of china. The private sector's understanding of china. And way did it begin. Was it really kissinger. And nixon saying we have to open towards china. Can you give us the general following this for decades. Where did the rot big in. Yes this this process has been ongoing It's the reflection of the internal debate within the us government Specifically involving the climate change fanatics led by former secretary of state john kerry and the more realist policy makers Led by the china's are at the white house. kurt campbell. In the beginning of the biden administration the policy was very close to some of the trump administration's policies As i wrote in my column recently at the united nations joe biden made clear that he's reverting back to the appeasement policies they call it. diplomacy oriented but diplomacy in the name of appeasement is still appeasement. And that's what we're beginning to see. There's some welcome of this new policy on wall street which again has been seeking to do business in china for many years under the idea that if we just trade and do business with this communist state that it would have a modifying influence. It's been another failure. A lot of the wall street executives wanna go to that the banks however many of the us and international banks are recognizing that it's time to pull back from china. That things are going south very quickly there.

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"first one" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"first one" Discussed on The big d zone

"first one" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"first one" Discussed on The big d zone

"'fraidy rear dream in a minute. I just had. I want to do it in a separate thing because i thought even united united masters one song before another. I'm complete right now. Even at the arguing over even at the argument of doctor about money. But i'm still in complete shock. I am i mean Down do.

"first one" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"first one" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"I'm so excited where here right now, but unbeknownst to my cast, and I'm not gonna there's part of my game play is. I'm also door to door sales manager who's become is very successful in his given field and had been a part of of the number one like are respectively. The number on office in little Greenville, South county, the entire country indoor sales, and I'm part of that. And there's absolutely there's the art of persuasion and psychology, and and and getting to a point where you figured out what someone needs, and you're making that fall in line with what you want and that is. To me, if I thought that someone as as a fellow, you know sales someone else out here was like a bad acid sales, dude. That'd be a big target. I wouldn't know if I would be able to alarm that guy, and I don't want that's argue on my back. So you're not talking about. I'm not talking about it, are you? I'm Schrager, dude. Sales instruct I'm dive instructor. Yeah. I teach people how to die of love being in the water, helping people feel calm get out of their element. You know, love nature, Manet. Troy majored in college environmentals, wearing nature boy nature. Boy, major. It's this. It's this crazy like college of artsy fartsy and one of the major nature. Boy, amazing. Yeah. Wait, no, no. The university of Rick flair. Indeed. No, man. I just like I love I love this. I love this stuff. Man. I've done a number of hikes through heights several weeks and just excursions part of me out here. I'm gonna use that to to make pretty good precious in the first few days, because we know that that that's when you need a strong tribe, and and less people really are threatened by you or just annoyed as hell it you. You're you're good for a couple of votes, if you can be, you know, a value part of society. So so in terms of like, the outdoorsy staff, you're gonna say, you're dive instructor. So you're gonna live up to the hype. When it comes to the water, you feel about that. Yeah. I feel good about that final four challenge with the fire and everything you feel okay? Yeah. I feel good about that. I practice making fire with Flint. It's lot different than. Matches. Sure, you know, it's different. But I was able to make it successfully. And for me good thing is I I'm pretty early. I get up early back home early rise up five in the morning like early five thirty in the morning and that actually pretty good..

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Rob Has a Podcast

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"first one" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"And I think it was kind of became like a a defense mechanism on top of like a persona and since then have had commanding officers and a couple of calling me Wardag jokin rally, actually, one meeting several times A-board all come here that my call signs, I deploy always wore dog six, and you know, kind of became who. I am. And I've been told told for while the, hey. Several different commands that Silva. Hey, you marked by the bureau drum, you know. So so and now I'm not really sure if there is a difference between four Dogan, Dan, which is my Christian. I just feel like it's it's it's like it's one multifaceted of who I am. And I know when I need to switch on more people we want or expect from Dan because I'm in law school right now. Right. Okay. I finished my second year of all school. Nice. Congratulations. Thank you. So I wanna go on interviews this and the other what they're kind of looking for. But the true me some are gray area Wayne between beer in the center of the vans. I again, I'm in the Senate. Yeah. Definitely. And but out here the wall is coming more to light, it's free. It's actually easier to be the dog is to be out here in Fiji overall knife. It's easy to be the per. Just kind of follow his own rules. Does he wants to do and what we'd like upbeat positive? If you smile laugh it's easier to be guide, and even though the name, I sound menacing. It's only the it's only really menacing in a sense of confidence organization and a way of life. So. I think that I'm coming into this game with a little bit of bad timing. Right. So you look at me and you see the ball head. I'm from New York. And he's the bald in in one of the first you may think of. Oh, tony. Yeah. And then you might so fingle Joe Meena to. Yeah. And then the New York thing just saying oh, Dominic went oh. And then you start saying the military Ben won the game, right? Always carnage targets tired targeted. So my tribe is my travels was still think live in New York, which will only be Hartselle because I've been wearing my nets and Medicare all pre-game, I have nets Mets tattoos on nice. So that that's that's easy part and company through some reason on why the lawyers and cops get like the worst branding in this game. Right. You a neurosurgeon always nice guy genius. Yeah. If you like a lawyer a copy like the slippery gotta get rid of the kind of person. So they're gonna do the war off the gecko and they're going to get a little bit thrown off. Because I think I've already been pegged pre-game Pugh. Looking at me arrays seeing that. Oh, this is this is this season's Tony Dominic and Joe right mix with Milton little band because maybe angel wasn't the same kind of. Will back to the alpha male to cast and you're going to be forthright about your military experience tattoo on to call a war..

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Rob Has a Podcast

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"first one" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Just all ready knew already telling people before I even applied everything about lying for the show. I'm gonna do it. I'm going to be on that show. Obviously probably think of much of it like, oh, you're you don't can't do, you know, sleep outside fish under none of this. So why would you go on? You're not gonna make it. But I apply when I was eighteen didn't work out. It was overdoing. Everybody was good video. But when I hit nineteen hundred local morning, I said, let's just do this front of the camera. And here I am. So what did you do in that first video in the first video I tried to show every part of my stuff like I had a clip of me at the Duke kitchen, and I had me doing like tennis tennis in those are the bunch of clips piece together. But then it hit me, they really just want something authentic and Mike you on the spot because that's what's going to happen. If you were in the game, which is going to be spot. How you gonna like just your personality shine through rather than like a bunch of clips piece together. So what did you do to shine your purse? Analogy through what did you stay on dishing Tate, number two? I really like I just woke up over Christmas break and one day. I was doing good. I was like, you know, what let's just let's do. Again. What am I live in room? Put the camera on my cellphone just talked for like, three minutes talk. It was just being in a chair and little I know it worked out there you go. So your youth pastor youth best what's involved in that had you get involved with that? So the always believed in God and everything, but we weren't like really serious about early on when I was living my childhood. But then my sister took me to church one day, and I genuinely enjoy the, and I started basing everything off of off of church and really starting to delve into my, faith and everything and became more involved. Like, I was doing things in this room and everything, and I it really hit me that like not all of the youth might not people my age like have this feeling that I have. And so that was that was I started to take on that role like being a youth. Pastor like try to bring up the youth people my age and like. Younger. So that they can have an experience like mine, and like really go to guy for like the things that I go to him about which is everything they have the same series be. Yeah. What are you doing at Duke your junior? So I am premed. Wow. Yeah. Which is a lot. The goal is going to medical school to be a surgeon. I always had big I was wanting to help people. So from like early on a new album wanted to be a doctor just wasn't sure what's hyper anything, and I was making good grades and people were like, oh, he's smart. He's gonna go to just like, you know, Carolina's right in our background. And that's where you're from. That's while Carolina. And just hearing people say that over and over I feel like I got attached to it. And was like oh, Duke, Duke, Duke. That's the goal. Applied and got in. I'm gonna go so. Yep. Taking pre med horses there. And so in terms of that being the field that you're pursuing. Why why was that the case why did you wanna be a surgeon of everything that you could do just she really interested in human body by the human body just something that interests me? Just everything's worked together. AM always wanted to be an operating room to just like from looking at videos like taking a couple of visits where I want to be this is where I would never lose my passion for..

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"first one" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"first one" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"School. So I'll be going to Rutgers University on full scholarship for for a medical school graduation. Thank you very much. So yes. So he's my my primary motivation behind that anyone that I can help prevent, you know, dying prematurely is definitely something. I plan on doing really sorry to hear that sounds like you're channeling his memory in this very positive way. Absolutely have to you know, you have to let the bad experiences and things you go through that are negative. You know, come out on the right side and use it to. To do something positive really changed. The course I definitely could have come to my environment. And the cars that were were dealt for me. But I didn't. And I wanted to to to pause, you know, do something positive and really change change the world. So while you're on a brief break from that journey of positivity. Serious negative. Badgered, you the world tell me about you and survivor, and what got you crazy because you know, everyone sees it. As obviously it's v very challenging mental emotional and physical journey, but for me a survivor actually, aired the spring after my it premiered the spring after my father's passing. And I watched it growing up literally as an escape like to to help me escape what I was going through. And it was often they're, you know, giving me hope in times where I felt hopeless so survivor in my relationship is definitely on a deeper level personal level. Obviously there's the game in a million dollars on the line. And I'm ready to come out here and play. Represent what it represents for me as a lot deeper. And I think that that motivation in that connection for me it's gonna be of benefit in this game. I think when you have that that desire, and that pure heart that motivation outside of the game to be here into really fine. What your purposes for being here? That that supersedes anything, you know, and that allows you to go beyond any type of pain or or trauma. You're filling out on the Fiji beaches to really get to the end and win this game. So I'm really excited so growing up with survivor of really big way with that being such a huge part of your life. What is it like feel like to be here? You know, be in this oddly shaded spot in the middle of the jungle with bug bites. I literally have to like scratch myself at these bug bites to wake myself because oftentimes feels like I'm having an out of out of body experience because I'm like holy cow. Like, I'm really on survivor like who gets to say that, you know, there's a very select group of people that get to go through this experience. And I'm one of them, you know, and who am I? Just regular me. And it's just it's just mind blowing like Jeff Ted. There's no shortage of people who wanna be on this show. But there is people that we wanna see play this game. And I'm honored like it is literally a privilege for me to be here in the seat of who people watching at home with die to be here. So I'm not looking to squander this. You know this experience, and I'm definitely living in the moment. And ready to you know, Steve everything that it has coming for me, even all the negative. So so what does that mean that you're not gonna squander it? Like, how are you? How are you approaching the game like coming into this? You've had a lot of time to think about what if you were on survivor still, you know, as superfan and somebody that really loves this game squandering it is coming out here not playing and I don't mean by going home or simply not giving any effort. I mean by just coming out here and just literally riding coat tails, not really here to play the game. That's spot. Somebody at home that is you know, has been trying to ply and get on the show for ten years would never do..

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"first one" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"first one" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Like the hell is she thinking come on basic, by the way? Playing. I love edgy to her right around these parts of the year ago edgy steamed fantastic. But yes, right. If I need to be real careful when I say head of time because I might be a engine. No idea. Yeah. All time caps. Hopefully, I'll take making his long as he did. I am criticising. Right. So tell me who you are outside of. I'm Rick Devon's. I'm thirty four. I'm the news anchor in making Georgia morning news anchor who I've got a wife two kids two cats two dogs. Nice. I like the cats I'm catman catman Calvin Melvin Calvin Melville. Yeah. I like, yeah. We got cat Hobbs is the dogs Calvin, and I love it. Yeah. Get into news casting the long way, I wanted to be film director film. Yeah. Film director, right? Right. And my dad was like, okay, that's fine. But also get journalism while you're in school went up to stay with my friend in New York for like two weeks. I can't live in New York. Got a job making commercials in making local commercials like commercials because it's like you're directing your own movie. Not as feelings, I thought I started weasel in my way into the high school football show. We can sports guy reporter and then now morning news anchor like it. I do like it. The morning news anchor job for about four or five years. Okay. Yeah. Since we started a morning show. Yeah. W morning. Yeah. Now what you start your show. I give us a little bit of teas of what it's like to sit down in front of your show. We we have the headlines beat it's horrible like today's headlines. On survivor day. Okay. Hollywood reporter live in Fiji. Plus photographs. You have to take them with your shirt off and Donald Trump. What's he doing to the world? I'm Rick Devon, thanks for joining us on W, say morning news on FOX twenty four Lord help that it is to be real stuff on that. Last one. Yeah. So, you know, it's it's interesting to me when you when you come out to survivor like you're volunteering to unplug yourself from your life..

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"first one" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"first one" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"I'm like, yeah. Give me the reference understand like phantoms everything everything on the surface anything could delve into some animated. I do like eating looking like, totally your bathtub become part of the survivor fandom. Are you ready for that? I'm ready. Big Wendy, your big, Wendy. I love. Wendy is that what you call yourself. Why big Wendy? Two cameras. Gonna put it together. Gonna watch another thing. They're gonna let. There goes the giant win. But have you been big Wendy for while? Yeah. Yeah. A life philosophy. Basically valid I'm big big personality. And like everyone's like their first thing is your little Wendy not going to fight through it. The death. Jeff call me that too. Jeff in in your interactive. The friendliest men. Sometimes you meet on camera. I'm like I'm going to upset him. But you've found him to be pretty nice, man. Yeah. So you know, you've been watching survivor who will take some of your favorite players who is the people maybe want to try and play like, okay, I've been saying enough. The I love michaela's. Like, she's just trying. And then she she. No, she needs a little more. So she musters nowhere. And she pulls through they can suck that she never makes it far. But it's because she's such a strong player. These. The second that quite far enough play that way like you want. How do you come down because I'm very excited right now. I love I realize but like people play too strong in the beginning. And they might not realize that they're playing too strong. But that's what it is. And then you you look like a threat. So I'm really gonna try to be like really the dumb blue haired, girl. Do you talk about it? Even high me, I live right and try to breathe through up until the merge, and then you play hard. Okay. So you wanna you wanna go slow at the start and then kick into overdrive at the murder. I don't like people who just go slow the whole time like up. All you have to go hard. Go bigger, go home, right? What's the thing about survivor that you're the most excited about now that you're out here every I honestly, don't I can't pick something that I'm not excited about like I wanna do you wanna start like you're excited? I want the grain all over everything bring is like boring. Home me, the invention of the neck could be like, okay? I did it maybe not again. But I did it one. So you wouldn't want to necessarily do this twice? Already, you know. Yeah. I I would I'd do it again. Your friend got you into what does he think about all of this? He didn't get Shobin. And you if you don't pick me as your loved one. Because we applied together. Really addition people's both of us, and I like when the casting director call those ped- penny my vigor shot. So she called me back. And she was like only guys are wonderful. But you did a lot of talking do video yourself. Revving it in this faith and just like we better them. What did you Atika about watching the kid? Oh, yeah. I like he's really cool like like what kind of families at the TV and watching kind of a lot of families those real life. A lot of families are going to be sitting on Wednesday nights. Watching you on survivor that thing that's about. It's real. Reality TV live like what did you do in the in the video in this video? I I'll dishes I did. I was sitting in front of the state not to do this. But I've got in front of my computer. This is me. And then that's when my penny back feels like. All right. Do another one by yourself. All right. So the second one I did a little more. What did you do? Did. I showed off my swimming. I showed off like my puddle skilled, I can do a rubik's cube. Another three minutes. Everything about yet. I'm not I'm kind of boring, but I guess I for trade. Sense of boredom from you at all. So you can do a rubik's cube in three minutes under three minutes, you're gonna puzzles. But again, if you like, I'm such big talking choke on the show. Nearly this girl is not good. I mean, sometimes it goes that win and other times like you say in this moment in time..

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"first one" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"first one" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"And instead. Take what you're hearing from them figure out what's really the truth in what's the emotion in then try and get them to get somewhere in the middle. Try and get them to reality. What without telling them. Hey, you're wrong or you're being emotional or you're just not seeing the picture for me. That's why also I think I'm gonna be escape. Like, totally useless skill set for four liming God side. Sideline thumbs. But you feel like that translates really well to what you have to do out here. I do I think if I played the game ten years ago, I would have been complete completely different player. I think now I know people don't like to be told they're wrong. I know that everyone comes in with the motions with their own ideas. And you can't just force someone to play your game and tell them they're not playing because they're not playing your way you have to figure out how to make someone else think that their game is your game. And if you can do that, you're golden if you've got all of a sudden, switch gears and switch strategies you've got to be comfortable doing that. Without worrying only gosh is everyone at home gonna think poorly of me. Oh my gosh. Are they not gonna like me? I'm gonna go home. And my friends will know probably was a little mean probably got in. Fights arguments is a guarantee I don't have to go home and apologize to anyone. So I think I have a lot more ability to move around and be a little bit more ruthless in this game than most people feel pretty free coming into this. Absolutely. I don't have kids sitting at home worrying missing. I'm not missing anything. I have a dog. I missed it. But it's not a kid. I don't have a job in which I'm worried that if I'm a bitch. It's going to be affecting it if I am aggressive on this game. My job will be better. If I come out of this the same person, I have a happy life, and I don't feel like I've lost out on anything. So who would you have been ten years ago if you've played? I would have come out of here right away telling people, I know more than you do and I'm gonna play better than you are and you're being an idiot. That would have been me. It wouldn't have been good hit wouldn't have. I mean, I probably still we'll do that. But give me at least like day. Fair enough. What got you on the track to being an attorney? I have always wanted to be attorney when I was young everyone told me you're going to be an attorney. For me growing. Anytime. Anyone asked me to do something I asked what do I get? What is the reason there has to be a reason for something? I argued for everything negotiated for everything. So I've always wanted to be an attorney, it's more. I thought I wanted to save the world attorney, I graduated early from college in went to Africa and did human rights law because I was gonna save the world, and it's definitely still one of my passions. It's definitely something that I work with and learn about and make sure that I am involved in some sort. But I knew it wasn't something that I could dedicate my life to I wasn't the person that can do that every day and not get emotionally involved. That's my trigger. And I can't get in getting emotionally involved getting mostly involved. I am one hundred percent and everything I do who. I am a person a hundred. Percent. I can't hide who I am at the same point. That's mean, emotions, I'm not the most emotional individual. You know, I've lost family members. I've lost my mother I've been through things in my life, and I didn't cry or any of it. You give me a home commercial, and I'm on the ground donning. Once I start crying. It's it's over just I'm going to crime this game. I know I'm going to cry. Plenty of times the first time, I do it. People are going to their pants because they're going to say. The bitch just me a favor, and like when you get off the show, and like, you know, that you're crying episode is coming up. Can you just text me wearing diapers out coming on? I will grab a bag of popcorn..

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Rob Has a Podcast

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"first one" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"I don't want to put myself out there too soon because I just feel like that's the way to get yourself noticed in a way, you don't wanna be. But eventually like once I can get a I think it's really getting a grasp on the other people. You can't have a firm strategy going in without knowing your other tribe mates. Like this game is not in your own hands wholly in the hands of other people and how you can work with them. My main strategies to be adaptive I wanna be able to get these people and like be on their good side publicly, and then you know, killed. Chapter two part five the holiday part two. Hi, how are you doing? Well, how are you? So me who you are in what you're all about. I'm Arar mccreery. I'm thirty two divorce attorney from Orlando. Okay. Cool on survivor. I am I am actually on survivor. I can't believe how does that feel? It doesn't feel real. I feel like that fifteen year old girl watching it home who just happens to be around a lot of grass right now. It doesn't feel real. I mean, just seeing other people I feel like I'm one of them. I'm right with them. Even though they're probably all twenty. And I'm in my thirties. Read is right now, I can't believe that if I have to probably calculate, and if all of a sudden this was split between age, I'm with the older crowd. I had a a moment. I think when I came out here for for ghost island. Yes. And I'm thirty three. So I was thirty two at the time. And I looked at the cast. I'm like the sixth oldest. Ersan. If I were on this cast Angela rising. Yeah. They're also young. And then they're so excited. Yes. I'm eighteen. I'm the youngest one. I'm not I hit Peabody I can drink. Tell me tell me about yourself in who you are outside of the divorce. Lawyer. I am into verse. Lawyer literally I tell people I divorce people for an attorney. I do. I mean, the nice happy adoptions. But no, I go in court every day arguing and I love it. I can't imagine doing anything else. I never thought we'd get into doing divorces. I thought oh my God people are gonna be crying. They're one of 'em hold their hands. But it's the opposite. I have to stay disattached. And the fact that I don't get involved emotionally that I don't really have to get involved in their drama, and I can send the other people. It makes me good at what I do have to do in order to succeed in your job. I'm sure Iraq. Right. You ha-? You have to accept that. You are not going to be able to fix the situation..

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"first one" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"first one" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Always said you never do anything for yourself you everything for yourself. And so I guess when I turned forty six I was like, you know, what is there something I would want to do for myself, and it's always been survivor, but I've never done it because the time commitment and a lot of work, and I want to be away from my family. I said, you know, what I'm just gonna go for it. I just went online plod said it was meant to be it'll be meant to be. And then they called me and said, would you let the interview process and here? Yeah. So you've been survivor guy for a while. Oh, yeah. I watched the very first episode when I was teaching in Harlem on a little tiny black and white sixteen inch TV time. And I'll watch the first episode and fell in love, and my friends, and I've been every since we watch it together every week still and just huge fan. What is it about the show that really speaks a competitor? And survivor is the ultimate competition at tests you mentally physically socially. And so as someone who loves to compete. It's like the pinnacle of what you can do to challenge and test yourself and see what you're made of. Yeah. So in terms of that like, what types of players do you like, and are there types of players that you would want to emulate as you're as you're coming out here. You know? You know, this the hard part because I'm a schoolteacher. I love kids and love helping people, but I tend to compete to be more of a poverty Jonny fairplay type of person a little bit of edge. Yeah. And so and it's a game. And so I think when my students seem me if they see me lie and cheat and manipulate then they know what part of the rules. You're allowed to do this in this particular game. So I'm just going to go for it. And so yeah, but I think Spencer, and I are probably most similarly aligned. Role in terms of how you and let you know. Spencer's neurotic, and I'm little neurotic like I'll win and all the past on games and puzzles that they've had to do a freeze frame them printed amount to pitchers head them made made them at a construction paper. And I have practiced all the past puzzles. So if any of the puzzles that they say, hey, you've seen this season twelve in season twenty six hours again on all the puzzles, I've done them all you've memorized, memorize them. And so long did that take the do? I guess I've been working on it for six months. Wow. Just in free time and playing around some of them. I can't do as quickly as the fire on the big fire puzzle. After that yet takes me a while. But I can do it in about two minutes, which it takes average for a while because it's a complicated puzzle on it takes the average twenty minutes. And so I'm just prayerful that I will be somewhere in those own. Let's look at this puzzle from past curious. So you're gonna volunteer for puzzles. Yes. Anything that? I've seen from the past. I would definitely Bala ntil for that. But it's be tricky. If as opposed never seen the puzzles are so hard the first time, I did the far puzzle to eighteen minutes. And so I don't want to Bala ntil for it unless I'm certain because if you say, let me do the puzzle in the new fail, and what what I've read online is that when you have a challenge where you had to jump in the water run down the beach into a puzzle. They say the jump in the war. Run of the beach is ten percent of the time of challenge. The real challenge is when you get to the puzzle everyone is there and it takes forever. And so I don't know if I want to take that on a less confident, but the practice has helped me and I'm doing puzzles now notebook just making puzzles and working out Mon puzzles. Yeah. That's what you're doing Ponderosa right now did waiting for these interviews. I'm sitting there with my pen and paper, I'm creating my own puzzles than trying to solve on as Beijing. So the way that you're gonna play this game. What do you think your students are going to think when they watch is?.

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"first one" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"first one" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Catch wild game. You know? So I mean, yeah, I got tons of little things. I wanna do like I've never Spearfish if I don't catch a fish pissed. You know, if there's something you're coming for them. Yeah. They're on notice. Yeah. Thought he'd been getting up and dropping some food in the water we now, and then, but I mean, yeah, if something's got four legs, and I can kill it. I'm gonna try. Things if something's got to legs, and you can blindside at your that. Yeah. Hope so I want to snuff torches for sure. Yeah. I mean, I think the other like, you know, the the dream of not only just winning. But like pulling off like the move of the season. You know, the big one is would be cool. I'd be a cool thing to do. You know? I'm fan. So I'm pumped about all the little stuff. Like, I want my buff. I wanna give Jeff hug the I don't know if you like that. I don't care. For me not for him. This is completely selfish. The challenges all of it. Chapter two part three the Ron Clark story. Nice to meet you have. All right. How are you feeling? Awesome. Survivor. Listen, I'm excited to be doing something. Several days quarantine. Yeah. Good. We're set. Yes. Start there. Several days of quarantine you board a little bit. I'm stir-crazy. What's going on? I think we're in Ponderosa. I think people think that when you go and survivor, you get on a plane you on a boat you go to the island, but it's not. So you have to have several days where you go through all of these procedures and safety tips and rules of the game. And so it's been seven days of just sitting at the Ponderosa and getting ready not knowing what any second they could call say, it's happening now bomb, right? So after day four, you kind of like, you know, what margarine Lund's decrease to the lowest level. Now, I'm going to wait and use it when I need it. So you're just kind of like stern ANSI ready to get this thing going. Yes. And try to do as much in the game can already by trying to sum up my contestants there. We're all in the same room. And so you can't talk to each other. But you can look at each other. And so just trying to figure out who they are. Yeah. It's fun. Yeah. We'll get into that. I've got pictures of everybody will we'll sort through him. All I'll give you the run. I will get your take. I tell me about who you are what you're doing that here. All that good. Sure. Fifth grade teacher from Atlanta, Georgia. I started a school there named after me called the wrong Clark academy started when I was teaching in New York City. I asked him as the American teacher the year. I got to be on the Oprah Winfrey show. Oh nice. That was Oprah a love Oprah. She was great. She told me to write a book. And so, you know, what Oprah tells you to write a book you read a book. So I wrote a book about fifty five rules for my students the central five when the book came out Oprah profiled the book on her show and it went through the roof. It was number two in the nation on Harry Potter for longtime. So all the money when into around Dacian in the foundation was used to start a dream. And that's the school. We started in Atlanta at the same time the made a movie, but a life story called the wrong. Clark story in Matthew Perry channel for friends played me in the movie, and so there's a lot of publicity. So the board member said, we're nonprofit that. Why don't we name the school the wrong target academy? So people will recognize the movie and whatnot. So I don't want people to think I was arrogant and the name the school after my practical..

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"first one" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"first one" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Totally. We they don't feel that way as a writer in podcast. I would never call myself here. That's everybody else. Everyone who put that on me. I must be hard for you. It's hard like walking out having all these is the restaurant. No, please. Don't buy me coffee. Enough with the gift get stuff like that. People like, you know, they've really shower that on you guys. Sometimes. Yeah, you know, people like wanna bias. We we we live at the firehouse. So we shop, and we have to cook meals and all this stuff and people want to buy groceries or. Someone will wanna buy beer can't drink on the job. But I guess maybe someplace, but you win the billion dollars. Okay. You can pay for it yourself. I ever that on air. People are generous that peop- the best thing we get the only thing we don't accept anything. We're not we're not allowed to do that. But we will accept like cookies, or, you know, sometimes people bring us. Cake or like on holidays sometimes because we were Christmas and thanksgiving, and we work on the holidays. So people drop by cookies or something we appreciate so you're coming into here, you're playing you're playing light. He said, you know, you feel like you've already won back home, you're free to place. What does that look like what are you willing to do at here? If you already started thinking about things that you wanna do out here. I mean. Generally. I think you think about it. You know, you consider every everything you know, as a fan of the game. I certainly consider everything I think the closer I've gotten to launch day the more you realize like you can't play until you're playing as much as you try to in your head. There's just too many variables you don't know the people, you don't know the tribes. You don't know the fem-. You don't know, you know, the card you're gonna be dealt and so it's so hard to to play. When you're not playing in fact, sort of given up on it, and I'm just trying to be patient and let it come to me. You know what I mean? It's hard to. I think you could almost do more harm than good trying to pre plan too much. But I did I have sort of set up some. Some like axioms to play by okay? Faced with tough decisions. You know, I've got to have a filter system to run them through in my own brain. And so I've got some the the first one is. I knew that. If I was gonna leave my voice in my wife behind for such a long period of time. It feels like a sacrifice for sure. I bet my youngest by the way is walking like right now. And I just missed it at he's he's crude around hard. Yeah. Stuff like that. But yeah, certainly there's like there's some tax Feis at least I feel. So I'm gonna do that the first axiom played a win. You know, if I'm faced with the tough decision. And I can clearly say, you know. This this road leads to me having a better chance at winning. That's gonna be my primary sort of filter. And then there are some other ones. You know? Like, I I want to do as little harm as possible. You know, I don't wanna like punish people in the process certainly feelings get hurt and people upset at thanks. Yeah. But. I think there are opportunities to like be humane about it. You know? And if I have an opportunity that won't hurt me to do that. I'll certainly take it. I wanna have fun. I wanna build some real relationships. I don't wanna be like I want to try to be much self as much as possible. You know, an actually have people get to know me. Such kind of really it, you know, and I want to do the the jungle boy things of my childhood dreams. You know, have you done anything even remotely in this room before? I mean, I've backpacked, and you know, I've been on like extended camping trips, and and I mean as a kid, you know, I've pretty much lived outside. But I mean, no, I mean, not like I mean, I used to dream about this stuff. I used to used to have this recurring like fantasy as a kid that we would get in a plane crash. Well, me and my family, and I would be like stranded like on a mountain than I'd have to like survive, you know, the friend in eagle..

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"first one" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"first one" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Tell me about your first. My first families the best. They're the best. My watch Lindsay and we've been married for eleven years. Yeah. Thanks, great. Yeah. We were married. We met in college. We graduated in may. And we got married in July. And I started my first job in June. So we were we've got after right away out of a cannon into life. Why not? Yeah. Why not why? Wait. Yeah. I guess I don't know. You know, you know, maybe I'm married my college sweetheart, I get it. Yeah. They're totally. And at the time, I was I was I came from Chicago. Him so approaching graduation like I going to do, you know, if I move home, she's California girl can't was the girl, you know, locker down now. So that's what I did. And we have two sons I have a four year old whose names Levi had he's the coolest and then we have a fourteen month old allow. Yeah. Her fifteen month old now, maybe fourteen month old and his name's Jack. And he is and extremely overweight. Happy little. The best guide. He's the funniest kid. They're both the best. But yeah, I feel very lucky. I'm I'm lucky, man. So I think I feel coming into this experience at least. I've already won, you know, already have won the jackpot. Yeah. At home. So I can really play free. There's a danger in. Wanting to much or you know, feeling like you have to have it or you have to win like, I need this can't mess it up. I think that just like it's like, you know, playing cards or something. Yeah. You know, if if you can't lose what's on the table you end up playing so that's entering this. Yeah. I think so I wanna I don't wanna regret it. You know, I want to just go for it much fun as possible. Yeah. What's the expression, they say? Trying to think of sports analogy when the when you're when the coach tells you just swing away, you know, like when you're in the batter's box, and it's a hitters count. I'm trying to just swing away to happen. Cool. So you're firefighter firefighters have had success on this show in the past. I'm thinking, Jeremy and stuff like that. Are you gonna tell people about what you do have you thought about that? At all. I'm going to tell everybody I think I contemplated not telling people because I think there is at least a potential of sort of the final tribal. Danger of not wanting to sit next to someone who has a an admirable job or something that is, you know, socially, admired or something. I think at least. Could. At least be some somewhat of a dangerous. I considered lying about what I do or trying to find a half truth. Yeah. What would it be? I'm a paramedic too. So we have paramedics on fire engines. So I thought about just saying paramedic. But then I felt like similar connotation right kinda hell, it's close. Yeah. I feel like it's at least close maybe doesn't have quite the hero stigma. Although it deserves it, you know, but to some people probably it's not as you know. It's not as. Whatever it doesn't have quite the stigma that maybe being a firefighter does. But then I thought the risk is doesn't isn't worth the reward on that one, you know, because I think it is it's in the same line. You know, people could still use it in the same way. You know, you don't wanna sit next up paramedic. You know, these are. Side. No, I don't work with any firefighters that call themselves heroes. We do that. That's not how we feel. Certainly, it's our privilege. We we love what we do..

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"first one" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"first one" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"And then I took a break from applying for a long time. I got married kids and about four years ago. I started applying again, okay? What was it about survivor? When you watch that first time need that. Right. Nobody can understand why ever wanted to do this. I don't even know why I'm staring at that thing. One of those. You. Oh, yeah. Okay. So. I just was fascinated with it. Like, I can't even explain why it's very hard for me to put it in words because so many people think it's like, torture and not anything fun. But for me, it was like every aspect of the game the challenges in the competitive aspect, what you put yourself physically through the mental, you know, strategies that have to go on through your head just every every element of it. So you watched it when it first came out you applied that one time, and then he didn't apply again until about for years ago. I started flying again because that was the age that my kids started watching the show with me they're old enough, and they were interested, and they started watching it. And then we binge watched all the old season. So I've seen every season more than once. And they were so into like offset, and I was like in a minute. Like, how would it be for their mom to be on survivor? And now they're old enough that I could actually leave them for that amount of time. So that's excited about their super excited. I mean, I hope they're super they acted like they were. So we'll see. Oh, really? I think when I was leaving about two nights before I left. I kept saying to them. Like, are you? Sure, you're okay. You're going to be okay. Without me. And my daughter was like, oh, your mom. We're good go. Like, it'll be great without you, and my son the total opposite where he was like he was like, mommy, I'm gonna miss you. And it's you know, they're so they're excited. But I'm sure there's an element of. Whatever. So you're you're on now all these years after Borneo we're a long way from going. The game is very far away from from where where it started out. How do you feel about your shot here in this era of survivor? I have a good shot. I mean, I do feel like I'm gonna good place in my life in terms of of being able to handle the challenges. I've been working out quite a bit pairing for them and socially. I do feel like I'm going to be able to make connections with people pretty lake -able. I feel like funny like I not coming who's very aggressive in your face. I don't think I'm going to piss anybody off. So in terms of entering this season. Do you have a game plan? Like, there's something. I really don't have a game plan. I don't know if that's like the worst answer or the best answer because a terrible answer. I just feel like survivors, very flexible, right? And that's what I feel like there's so many variables in this game. And you never know what's going to happen. Like Jeff throws. A twist at you at any moment. And then like your whole game blows up so trying to plan too much in advance. I feel like isn't even worth it. Although that's the complete opposite of how I am in my real life in my real life plan everything. Maybe that's why taken this other approach, and I'm gonna see how it works for me. Tell me about your life outside of survivor. So what do you do with that? I like I said I live in New York City. I'm married. I have two kids. I was stay at home mom for while. And I still am. But I started a business a couple years ago where I make in design eco-friendly would into it. Online..

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