10 Burst results for "Five Rungs"

"five rungs" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

05:55 min | 10 months ago

"five rungs" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Then what about like female boxer. No here's what's going on with this broad she is. Is you know again. kevin. James asked physically. She dr guys who want to date her. They're out there guys who will hook up with that but their house painters and she can't be seen with a guy who's five rungs down the social ladder. If you think about it you can be seen. It's totally acceptable for the politician. The dignitary the owner of the sports franchise that we've seen with the hot young chick. She was a model whatever. Now she's a mom or housewife or whatever if she's dating some dude it's like what is this dude. He's a roofer. That ain't gonna work right like you still make of it like share and the bagel right right. That's all he. We all clearly know what he's there for. If this guy is a successful attorney then he ate his one any of that so her choice is sort of nothing this is this is a if in fact she's not a sled musher this church choices between nothing and a guy who has his own pool cleaning business but he runs it out of a station wagon and she can be seen with that guy you know making the scene in washington that being said i can't believe how unforgiving men are of thirty pounds. I sh- i can't believe it. I've known so many pretty women. They just have thirty pounds. Extra and guys will just immediately eliminate them just eliminate them. And i don't know if it's because they really find it unattractive or because they don't want to bring her around their friends. I wonder if the women like it a little bit too in the sense that it's sort of like this You know. I don't like to talk about myself on the podcast here. Does i did. As i mentioned yesterday for twenty five minutes i did a car race and the cars and There's couple of cars out there. That were just built more horsepower in my car and i've never gonna catch him. Never gonna catch. And there's times when. I think i got to get a bigger engine. I gotta do my engine up. So i can catch these guys and then there's times where i think you know if you do then you have no excuse. Yes if i could catch these guys. And i had the same horsepower they had and they still beat me ask now. They're better drives on same page. I keep this thirty pounds on. I don't have to question. Why guys aren't asking me out right. Jake deeper. never never have to deal with it. I mean like. I came in fourth place the one through three guys they had better cars and me and i get to be the king of the fourth placers now if i ever want to step up with them the probably just beat me anyway but now i have no excuse. Yeah so that thirty that thirty pounds. It's like my lack of thirty horsepower. Kind of like down here back in the radio days you probably remember this be posed a question in the room which rather be with the fat chick or be by yourself. All the guy said by what is so and by the way you were. You were disappointed. You open a restaurant and people said would you rather eat. Theresa's restaurant are just starting out there. Like stop you know what. I'm sure. pass a dumpster or maybe someone will hit a dog or something. I'll get some roadkill on the way home. it's so it's so cruel brutal brutal. And by the way i i recently got this from a very good friend of mine. Who's credibly smart and it's not an is off no fact i'm not even talking fat. I'm talking chubby their little weight. And it's like worse out. They could be. They could be fucking them but they refuse to lose that last twenty bounce invisible but is it like so disguise fraction right. They look that grows or is it just some sort of social. Here's the assume you at one point in your life been with a larger guy. Had we all have san diego. What's the tipping point. What is it the beginning tipping literally. tip a few drinks right point tip the part in quite nicely asking juice myself up a roofing myself you feed yourself a roofing myself myself. A skillet drank recorded jameson. I got to if you're on a uruguayan soccer team and you crash The mountains and run out of you'd have each best friend. You're gonna better hand right. I would eat the guys. According to who you know who let the most goals pass them. You know who's played though. I eat i eat them. Based on the bad performance on the field always. I thought the future like hey when we rescued the get back together. So yeah so. Let's eat then is i. Yeah the mvp is safest right right all right. Sorry where were we kagan. Yeah so it looks like she is going to make it through Be the fourth woman on the united states. Supreme court Another woman in the news angelina jolie. She's opening up about her family. Life in the new edition of vanity fair. Boy i bet jon voight ecstatic about that. She could talking about pop's or just talking about her her kids. She's got a new movie salt opening in july. She reveals that her daughter. Shiloh dresses like a little dude. She likes to dress like a boy. She wants to be a boy so we had to cut her hair. She thinks she's one of her brothers. As for the other kids. Joey explains mads real intellectual. Which i can take no credit for genetically sahara's gotten extraordinary voice and it's just so elegant wellstone vegas hotels or these kids opening zahara. What the fuck shy hysterically. Funny one of the goofiest most playful people. You'll ever meet. Knox vivar classic boy and girl..

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"five rungs" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:08 min | 11 months ago

"five rungs" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"I can think of a time in San Diego. He did it paid off, and then Juan de Peralta got to save before they ended up shipping him to New York. But it And again on Wednesday he used. He used Rogers in the eighth McGee in the ninth and then had to go deeper into the bullpen in the 10th and the 11th. Is this something you guys have talked about her? Is there Is there a strategy or thought process to this, or is he just playing matchup? It is it is and and he is playing matchups. That is the strategy here. So you say you've got like Shohei Otani and Anthony Rendon coming up in the same inning. Look, Are you gonna save Jake McGee to phase Luis Rengifo and David Fletcher at the bottom line of Juan Lagares in the eighth spot? No. You want Dominic Lay owners acquittal facing those guys. You want Jake McGee facing the heart of the order, So I do think that there was a possibility that he would have saved Jake McGee. But in in the and look, I'd have to go back and look at exactly what was coming up in the box score in the ninth inning. Wednesday's game, But I do think that I didn't bat an eye when he did that. That that it made sense with the pocket of the words. I shouldn't do it before. I didn't think much about it either. But I was like, Oh, boy, this is happening like More and more regularly. It feels like that. And then again to your point. I mean, I'm walking the leadoff hitter almost every time every situations. Why not the first? The runaround first doesn't matter Job, Rabia. I mean, that's your guy. That's your shot. Giants right there. How do you come in and do that and get one big trouble. How do you make a first pitch out of this guy coming off Tommy John surgery. Why are you hacking? You made his first outing. He's out here and you're you're hacking first pitch just the Angels, and there's been a lot of bad baseball. The Phillies rolled through Oracle Park this weekend gave Catherine was not the problem in Philadelphia. We figured that out the Colorado Rockies this year the Arizona Diamondbacks, There's some bad baseball teams The Diamondbacks are are like, just the way they go about playing ball when they were here, and the Giants completed that four game sweep of them. You and I were talking about that he had an inning where it was like Meryl Kelly had given up four or five runs in the first inning. You can't buy ins and sat with me and my shoes for a couple of it for Inning or so they were like picking off four or five times in the first one. I don't get it out. You guys are giving up five rungs We wanted was Brandon Crawford's first base to not stealing. It's not going anywhere. It's incredible, man. So, hey, we got to get back into into the delay that you ran into trying to leave The ballpark on Wednesday to get your story filed. We can talk about that. Also, we have not even touched yet on the inspection of baseball players or pitchers with the sticky substances. What cracked me up by the way was Who was it that gave up give up all the runs on the top of the 13 for the Angels. Yeah. Jose Ke ha to keep walking off the mound. He's getting checked. I'm like, I don't think he's got anything Get Katherine. Please don't check him who you have seven runs. He's really going to look at my hands. Now I realized where I wasn't cheating anyway, that's all coming up. Plus the sound survey on the other side. It's the cops and Crowley podcast can be are one of +456. 80 kbr dot com. It's these sports leader. You found the Copes and Crowley podcast on KNBR knbr, the sports leader. We've spent a lot of time playing solo the past year. Covid 19 Vaccines are helping us jump back into the things we love. With the people we love. They're safe and effective for everyone, 12 and above, which means we're one step closer to getting the whole band back together..

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"five rungs" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"five rungs" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Well, what it feels like they're doing Liz to me, and I've said this before, I think both on this radio program and on others where have appeared Is. The left idea is to replace God with government to replace individual responsibility with dependency. And and that is the key here. That is the absolute key, and if we allow it to happen, it's on us. And that that's our job, And that's why I'm so hard to see so many people in in, say, Virginia are getting involved in school board. So many people in Florida in other parts of the country are actually stepping in and running for school board positions and saying, Okay, we're not going to have 17 different genders. We're not going to have critical race theory. We're not going and they're standing up and bringing back some common sense. But until we tell the crazy people know They're just going to keep thinking well, the right then and we have to be. We have to be the adults in the room to the crazy adults who are also in the room. List before we go. Michael Pearce. He found the clip. So to understand what Liz was referencing this is that moment from Ghostbusters. Personally. I like the university. They gave us money and facilities. We didn't have to produce anything. You've never been out of college. You don't know what it's like out there. I've worked in the private sector. Thank SPECT results. Yeah, and that's what we had with the past administration. A results based administration. Now we have this cat kissed ocracy, which doesn't really care about results. They only care about keeping their jobs and expanding the funding. And now we're starting to see the problems with the expansion of the funding as we are seeing the massive inflation start. There's a big warning from Deutsche Bank, Deutsche Bank of America. Big Warning. We'll get into that, too. But thank you, Liz Appreciate you for being there. Let's check in with Russ in Alexandria, Virginia. Hello, Ross. Welcome to the Chris Plante show. Thanks so much. I appreciate you taking the call, like you know, all other questions about why are interesting, But you know that the ultimate at some point You know, if you are looking for an example of American exceptionalism, this is it because we have so many people now whose lives are so good? Everybody else on the planet is trying to get a roof over their head and put something in their mouth. We have people sitting around thinking about these problems. Her cut having to come up the lateral life, five rungs to find something this ridiculous to whine about. It is amazing. It's not a question of well of why they're doing it. It's a question they can do it. They have nothing else in their lives. To worry about. It's absolutely amazing, and if you know, and when the government starts really getting going good on things like FBI and paying people to sit home. What else do you think they're going to come up with its frightening It is absolutely frightening. Yeah, and that's what we have to start, saying Basta because that's the language. They'll understand because Spanish seems to be the language. That is creeping into the country at 200,000 people a month at this point, Basta enough, we've had enough. Excellent points are excellent point. Marco in Springfield, Missouri. Marco You're You're saying you You might disagree with my, uh, my declaration of caucused ocracy for this, this Biden administration. Well, I think it's a great term and I refer to Chamila Harris has tackle a hearing so that dash, which fits pretty well, but I think that the best term for this administration is Idiocracy because you have to be an area to come up with this stuff. Be a Sarah was a joke as a congressman as an attorney in California, the worst person for the job, and now he's HHS. You'd have to be an idiot to pick him on top of the rest of the people that he has picked. But it's pretty scary that they're actually going to pay some bureaucrat to go in and documents and removed the word Mom and dad and replaced with birthing people and and inseminate er. It's insane. Well, we We don't know if they're going to put inseminate ER in there. That was my speculation. That might be the kind of madness that is foisted upon us next. But you're right. And Acerra is, as you said he was an incompetent guy who got a job because he checked a box in terms of Latino and he probably was a friend to somebody in the California Democratic Party who helped push someone over the line in an election. And these are favors. I understand this because I grew up in Chicago and favors were everything. But we're also seeing that and I have to double check. This will try and look it up during the break. I mentioned the story that there is a huge chunk hundreds of billions of dollars that was meant to go into unemployment programs during The the last big spending bill. We put out hundreds of billions of dollars and apparently Lot of that went to gangs, criminal gangs operating in China and Nigeria and maybe even in Mexico, but 400 plus billion dollars. And I have I have relatives whose jobs went away during the pandemic because of the they lockdowns that forced companies to shutdown who couldn't get on unemployment. For months. And to hear that a Nigerian scammer Got God knows how many billions of our tax dollars is infuriating to me, and I've heard the guy who's in charge of that program. Came from Washington state, where they had a similar problem with their own welfare program. So everybody floats to the top. Well, you know what else floats to I'm seven aside for a quick break. Michael Palka in for Chris Plante on.

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"five rungs" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"five rungs" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

"I knew i didn't have this. It's not a bad looking little toy. So i figured why so i. I think i've mentioned roses in the past. That was a chain store. Department store that existed in the southeast still does but not in the same forum back in the seventies and eighties. It was my walmart before we had walmart. It was it was k. Mart in roses. It's what we had here in north carolina a couple other small stores. Now it's basically a dollar store so they get like whatever comes on a pallet that the distributors can. The buyers can buy cheap k. Go into toys. It's mostly like jaru stuff that you know you'd find at the gas station. But they had some transfers in and they had five slither fangs. And one thousand four six literally things in five rungs at three lesson less than three dollars each so i stocked up on slithered. Fangs has several rungs so pretty happy with that. Do the have a double crosser. Because that's the only one. I never saw retail. No that's literally all the had. I literally bought every transfer they had. I love battle masters. I'm going to buy them up. So let's next least interesting. I got Core class megatrend which. I don't even see not that it matters. He sucks here. He is and star scream now. The robot moved actually for megatons. Not bad and he looks great in robot mode the tank mood. Transformation suck. it's basically like the Blow wind cyber verse stuff that you're used to or even to the extent of some Did that authentic stuff but the robot mode looks great. He really does. He's more gunmetal than silver Which is a nice different. Look for him. So if i was again i said it before. If i was only buying one thing it'd be core class slash legend scale. That's that's the sides. Transfer that i like. But star scream. I did not care about star. Scream at all i do is gonna get it when i saw it but i just didn't care and i saw some people on twitter that we're like wow this is interesting. They had it. I picked it up. And i just posted a picture on twitter. That kill kim posted. Kim sent me a picture that she founded at the store. I posted that. Hey kim found me stuff. And daryl from transmissions head said while at transformations crazy so that kinda primed my pump to think. Oh i need to sit down and actually really think this transformation. So i was very studious with it. I approached it. Like i did impeach forty four. Which means i don't look at the instructions. I just try to think my way through it and it's a really novel transformation for a tweet the size it really is like his chest opens up in his arms fullback. And you move that. Move his chest panel forward then you basically rotate the back of the the rotate the wings. The whole back peace. And it's just really really novel. It's simple to. It's it's very elegant. But it's it's it's it's just very involve for toy the size and i love it. I love the transformation of this thing. The likeness is great. He looks good in both modes. This is just an excellent toy. In the scale the colors are hi brent and i just dropped the the the null ray yeah it's it's just a great toy so good..

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"five rungs" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"five rungs" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"I work so early in the morning that often days I'd get up and catch some some key womb heroes or the Samsung Lions playing ball on ESPN in the middle of the night, but in 2018 you guys noted They didn't their baseball. Can you tell us about that process and maybe the impact that had overall on their game? They meant to do it in the Kubo. When everything's pay play, there was a place where people hit 50 and 60 homers. And it was just a real offensive explosion, so they wanted to change. The game They want is dead in the ball, and they did it on purpose, But they did it on almost the same magnitude, very similar magnitude as This change that's been reported, and they lost 30% of their homer's So just one of the things that I worry about is that there's always unattended quants consequences, and when the ball it just seems like any small change brings about a large and outside sort of effect. They say, You're only gonna lose a foot or two on a 375 ft home run, and that requests to a 5% loss in Homer's. But what if The ball flies a little bit differently because it's now shaped differently. What if pitchers can't commanded as well? What if they got? You know some of the numbers wrong? What if they didn't actually look at the dragon all? What if the Dragon is totally different? What if he lost 30% in Homer's? I think people would be upset if it would be a very different game and with have somebody strikeouts in the game. Have so many strikeouts and have 30% less homers. The game would suffer for it. It's so funny to say they want to have consistency across the board because, you know, you look for years they played in Colorado without that human or right, and the balls would dry out and it would change the flight path of the ball. How much research do you think went into this? Is that going to be impacted? You think was there a big case study done on all of this, Or do you think this was just a sort of a brasher or immediate decision to say, Hey, we've got to cut down on some of these homers. This is how we do it. They tested it, and to their credit, They held those balls back in 2020, and they test It And then that's when they came up with this foot or two less on fly balls, and you know they have some. There's some great minds on it. I hope it works out the way they kind of simulated it going forward, But I don't know that anybody in 2019 simulated 2020. So no, but the human was really interesting thing to bring up because there are five teams. Another part of this announcement is that there were five teams that had human doors, Colorado, among among them, Arizona. Change from being a hitter's park to being more of a pitcher's park with their human door. It was a very big change, where they lost about 20% of their homers that five new teams are adding human doors, and they're adding someone who's gonna watch the mud application, the application of mud to the balls in every ballpark. To try and get everything, so they're trying to make everything. And if you notice ballparks are becoming more similar to San Francisco, changed to become a little bit more hitter friendly, but also to to put the bullpens out there, But you've seen New York Seattle, San Diego. They've all brought their walls in places that played really pitcher friendly have tried to become more neutral part is that you can attract hitters and pitchers alike, You know. They haven't been a lot of hitters that air signed willingly to come to San Francisco. And so if you make it play more evenly, maybe that'll change. But then part of it also is just effort in baseball to kind of homogenized experience in terms of cut down on the number of variables that could lead to weird, outsized effect. So you know all in the name of efficiency, I guess now personally like I like the unique elements of every ballpark. I like that there used to be flagpoles in center field that admit it made park. There's a brick wall and right. That's 24 FT. High and In San Francisco. What is it? Major league Baseball? Just make it all uniforms? Why don't you do the soccer thing and say, Hey, you gotta have these dimensions are your field We could push everything back. Make center field 600 ft Deep. It cut down on home runs that way. I think that is part of what you're talking about. I think they would like it to still be unique Park to park And that is a unique experience. You don't go to a basketball stadium and in this one, the basketball courts Tempe laundry, you imagine? Yeah. Yeah, that'd be crazy. So there are certain dimensions that are set in stone. And there are the ones that are up to the teams and It leads to cool ballparks. I think that it's the outlier ones. There's Busch Stadium, which places the pitcher's park and there's Francisco. The place as you know, like, five rungs down from that picture's park, So you know that's why they brought it up a little bit. I think Tawes Hill was really fun until someone tears in a C L like running up that mountain, so you know that's why that one's gone, so you know there is a tendency to kind of push towards modernization. But there's also A lot of people in baseball that enjoy the uniqueness of every ballpark, the short shelves in certain places and you know for what it's worth. I think certain teams if it's a small thing, they feel like they can take it to their advantage. Like if you look at right handed hitters in Yankee Stadium, they have a real short porch. There. They've gone out and gotten opposite field hitting right handed people like Aaron Judge and D. J. Lo Mayhew. They had a lot of opposite field homers to that short porch out there and take advantage of the home park. So there is a contingent of analysts and people run teams to say, and we can take advantage of this. Yeah, I agree. I think that you know when you've got something like that you could build it to your advantage. You know, Petco, you know they went out. They built that to make it very bonds, proof and then only played for a few more years, and they had to readjust. The dimensions of their ballpark. I think about no. One era Nada. Who's leaving Colorado going to ST Louis, and he's like I was already gonna lose a percentage of my home runs. Now you're going to cut the ball down to a bunch of them. It's interesting also in the context of the Giants, who just had one of the top three turnarounds year over year with their bats in this last year. Well, they lose all of that. But one thing I see from far Hunt's leadership in Francisco is, you know a fair amount of contact. Forward people Tommy La Stella, Wilmer Flores, Dari Solano. Some of these pickups are guys who compare power with contact. He's kind of building around the edges to he's finding hitters that will come here because it's one of the few jobs. They're offered kind of deal, and he's also spent a lot of time building the offense through waiver claims trades. You know these kind of signings, whereas The pitching side they still can attract. Kevin Gossman drew Smyly types. Veteran bounced back pictures that will come here because of the park. So I do see a sort of team strategy kind of evolving under far Hunt's leadership, which is we're gonna sign short term deals with starting pitchers. Starting pitchers always want to come here. So let's sign short term deals, starting pitchers and have a long term play when it comes to the offense. And I think it's probably safe to say this will not be the year Brandon Belt finally hits 20. I know that's kind of the running joke presents every year. Hey, Before we let you go, You know, I want to give you a little shout out and a little props here, the fantasy Sports Writers Association. So the your fantasy baseball podcast rates and barrels is the number one fantasy baseball podcast in the country. It's the best one going right.

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"five rungs" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

09:42 min | 1 year ago

"five rungs" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Gets on, and she is the author of a memoir. Um, she bravely wrote searching for God in the garbage and showed her personal story of overcoming a man eating disorder and how she did that through her search for God. S O. Rocco. Thanks for hanging with me here during that commercial break so glad you're with me. So I know that you said before the break that you wrote your memoir, even though it was difficult to be so vulnerable and share your personal story, which was which was very, um, very deep and by understanding is that took you some time to really come to terms with Your eating disorder and to be able to overcome it. For people who are working on overcoming a food addiction or really any kind of addiction. What would you suggest is the best way? That they could get started adding a spiritually component to their healing process. And I'm asking this because I think this could be overwhelming for some people who have grown away from their relationship with God s O. So what do you You know, Recommend for them to kind of get back into their spiritually practice? Yes, well, I wasn't brought up. With a belief in God, and I was brought up in a really sweet, loving home. But my parents were not educated, religiously. And so I didn't even know where the emptiness inside of me was coming from. You know, I had a really nice life and what was missing. I didn't know what was missing. That was the strange thing. That's why it's called Searching for God in the garbage because I searched everywhere, But I didn't even know what I was looking for. I just knew something was missing. So I I searched in all different religions. I searched in environmentalism, Social justice movement education. I threw myself into education to learn all kinds of knowledge. That's how I ended up at Harvard University. I was studying. Well or different types of information. I wanted to find out what was the purpose to life. This is what I couldn't believe that every day we wake up When we go to work to get to make money to make foods who to get food to go to work the next day to keep just keep that cycle going. What was this all for? Yeah, It's a little bit like ground hog day if you don't If there's no heaven at the end, you know Yes. What? Nothing. So what is it for? Exactly? So I e. I searched until I finally found the treasure in my own backyard in my own heritage, But I didn't know it was there until in my twenties and And I thank God I was able to find this wisdom and from what I've learned about it something so amazing from our ancient wisdom is that Throughout. You are that does really that purpose to life is to experience the greatest pleasure possible. What is that mean? It means lasting pleasure. It means it means pleasure. That's gonna really rejuvenate our souls. That's gonna fill ourselves because that's the problem. My soul was starving. And nothing could fill it. And when I finally got the nourishment that it was craving, then there was no longer a need for the addictions on day. That's what I'm sharing. As if if we fill our lives with joy, and there then you are many people. There are people that have had trauma in their childhood. They may need therapeutic intervention is well and right in order to lift off all the garbage that's on top of their souls. Another words, even if we nourish ourselves If there's a ton of garbage on top It's our souls still can't shine. We we we don't need may need both. Well, I I appreciate you. I appreciate you saying that because you know, I've had clients complained that family members have just told them. Oh, you just need God. You don't need a therapist you just got and I always think it's interesting because I feel like we can have both right. We can have Our relationship with God, which can nourish us and and we can learn many things spiritually through our faith practices and then also sometimes human intervention and humans who are loving and who can give us Has it a feedback and help us work on our finish. Changing our mind sets can also be helpful. So I appreciate you saying that Yes. Yeah, They're definitely so many people that need both because many people have had Very difficult childhoods and and and and the nourishment for the saw definitely helps everybody but sometimes it can't even get through because of all the garbage out on top. So, yes, yes way need help in both ways? Yes. So the nerd, the nourishment that you're speaking of? What did that look like? For? You wasn't going into Scripture. Or was it being in a group within your faith practice? Um, at your synagogue of other women. And or, um or listening to godly music. What, Or maybe all of the above, like those are some of the top things I can think of. That, I think has helped my clients to overcome addictions. Um By, you know, engaging and a fuller religious or spiritual life. But what are your thoughts on that? Yes, exactly. And well, I was very lucky. And after I graduate from Harvard, I went to medical school. I was studying to be a psychiatrist. In between my 1st and 2nd Year of medical school. Um, I had six week vacation when I went to Israel. I got to meet such an amazing rabbi and I began to study my heritage and death. I ended up not coming back. But people make different choices. Right? But what I wanna know what this is. Why you're not not Dr Brock. I guess at this point, I hope you tour in my life. But what I learned was about these five levels of pleasure. And this is where the rabbi took, which was self fascinating. And this is what I'm loving to share. Yeah, I was like, I want you to share this with our listeners this evening. Wonderful. So the first level of all the physical pleasures that we get with our senses, and so one of those would be food. And it would be nature. The beautiful name the people and music all these things. So another words, if we're stuck on one thing, if a person if one of these things have become an addiction in our lives We can move horizontally onto a different pleasure on on the physical level. That's on the lowest level of the five rungs of the pleasure matter so we could take We could. We could switch to a different pleasure. And in that way, get past where we're stuck. What? Whatever Addiction is imprisoning a person. Yes. So level One is food, nature and music. What's level to do You remember right level is well, the physical, okay? And then the second level is love. Now the definition of love is a very unique one. It's It's the emotional pleasure that we experience when we what. Let me focus on what we appreciate about another so it would not waiting by the phone for someone else to call you. It's focusing on what you appreciate about another. It could be a pet to butt or another. Being. What who you appreciate that love and you'll notice that in each of these levels of pleasure, the ticket to get to a higher rung is gratitude. Or enough on the first level. We feeling gratitude for something else, and in on the second level, we're feeling gratitude toward another being. And so the third level is meaning when we bring meaning into our lives, we do positive, meaningful things in the world. So again if a person feels like overeating in the mist of that, and they say, isn't my body that's hungry or my song. They can call somebody wrongly and suddenly they will not be. It won't be calling to them the same way the food that they're over reading, they'll be still be involved in reaching out to another person. Each level up. The pleasure left brings more and work connection. So when a person is feeling is involved in an Egyptian, they feel alienation. Separation each level up. The pleasure better brings more connection. One to a thing went to a person out community out into the world. The fourth level up is creativity thing is when we tapped into the creative flow of the universe, and we connect in a in a very active way by created by adding parts of ourselves into the world. We've We become a part connected even more so to the world by adding practice What we can give to the world and the highest level like you've spoken about is transcendent. Yes. When We recognize the awesomeness of the university and we recognize the unity. We recognize that all things are connected. Everyone is connected. We are all part of one. We're all connected to sores. And as you see, each level brings more and more gratitude.

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"five rungs" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"five rungs" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Over the last four hours doing that, that show from his homeboys Brownout outpost there. I thought he was doing a show from Inside of someone's intestines. They kept talking about brown so much, but I'm doing great. I hope everyone up there where you are doing well, No Manzo producer. He had some power outages and they're a lot of those in the in the area, so everyone hopefully is staying safe and we'll go will have their power restored here shortly. Well, said Brian Jones, and I guess if there's a silver lining for anybody who lost power last night, if you're a met fan and a Ranger fan, you're probably glad and happy about the fact you don't have to watch the team because of those lousy, pathetic, terrible performances, and it's a good run for the Rangers. They're out three in the qualifying round house money, every which way. But when it comes to the New York Mets, Brian right now, listen normally in 162 games, you don't look it, You know, a bad 12 games start and you kind of shrug it off and sad. That's no big deal is 140 more games. Whatever the case may be. For the Mets going lose six out of seven and you're playing all of these games within the National League East. It's a major major problem and we'll get to that poor plane a minute. But let's start here. Robby Cano going on the aisle because This trade has been nothing short of an unmitigated disaster. And I don't care how well can always hitting. I don't care how good you looked over the first week week and 1/2 The fact now that he finally get going the fact that you finally seeing the Robby Cano that we saw with the New York Yankees and yet Robert, you know now is on the shelf and Robby Cano now is unable to play Finish. Med team candid sums up the way these trade has gone total joke for Brody in cos you have to chalk up the Kano trade is one of the worst in the history for the Mets on my correct Mets fan. Yeah, you going on, and it's definitely a Ah, topic on that perilous list, And this guy's only played about 180 80 187 games over the last two season, 2018 2019. And now here and this truncated season. He's out after 10 11 games and, yes, he was hitting the ball well, he's a career 300 hitter, but men not staying healthy and At the age of 37. Trust me, I can tell you it doesn't get any easier to stay healthy. You want You have an element wants you. You tweak something. And these abduct that forgot which abductor? Itwas I went back to anatomy Class J. J and, hey, we've got abductors all over the place. I mean, a little research and I have some notes. Yeah, You got him in your legs. You got to breathe his abductor. You've got the longest. Abductor. Which abductor was it that has caused these issues for Robbie Cano, but it's going to be your difficult getting him back in a lot of I believe specially you factor in his age factor, and he's been off Ah, oft injured and so you will see, I comes to this one. But this is a shark season as everyone knows, And every game is going to come a hell of a lot more than they would if you had the normalcy of 162 game schedule, So you're going on a losing streak like this in the first hill and Ball games, man that's like Losing a whole month of ball games. It's a major major problem. And then you go to the Met rotation, which right now is the pointed because Zach will is a filly Noah Syndergaard's out. Marcus Stroman is out, and I've been talking about this for months, Bry This notion that Stephen that's has got to pick it up and that Steven, that's has got to step it up. And what we saw again is a guy who is, you know he is what he is. Basically, you know, like this idea is Stephen Madsen is going to be the top of the line front and starter. I think it's so methods got to get out ahead. He's going to pitch well at home, and he's going to pitch poorly on the road. When you give up five runs in the 1st 3 or four eggs. I mean, that is not what you were expecting out of somebody who's supposed to be a number two starter. Bullpen does the job. You get 45 shutout innings for probably your story goes that gives us five rungs in three or four nts you and when Yeah, You're definitely behind the eight ball there. You need to get a little bit more longevity at your starting pitching, and you're right about match three innings, 11 hits, five runs, three cases and it was about location. Everything was right over the plate, and they were tagging it. And especially how we, Kendry. I mean, four for four in this ball game. Had a home run This guy Yankees fans know him. Well, Brian, really, with the Theo always silver lining with how he can't drink that you're so right about this. He killed them for years when he was in Anaheim Angels, But I did take satisfaction in his go ahead Game seven home run against the on this race. That was that I loved that they were driving a truck at the sticks. You working They're after that home, right? You are correct. I was loving him. After all those years of hating him. Take it on the Yanks, but I couldn't get him out. And here's a team. The Nats that hadn't played in over a week. And yet they come out. They were hitting everything. Stephen Match threw up. And now you're going to Mets. They're foreign aid to start the air. And you know who's staring him in the face today? Max Scherzer, so not ideal, right? You were six out of seven games. You got rid porcelain amount who has been Perumal in his 1st 2 outings, and you've got one of the best pitchers in all baseball staring you down for nine innings. This's a problem now bright. Listen. You don't want to put it to a point where it's like full for full blown crisis when you have the more ones coming in for three, But you know what No game is to give it for the Mets. And if they're going to get their season turned around these decks, 10 games I'm not sugarcoating this..

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"five rungs" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"five rungs" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"We got him for two years. He wants 17 games. Both Theis His e R A. Was up around five and, Well, he's first year with the Yankees. He was damn good, silly. I grew you on 501 Red Sox. They don't win the division without him, but the rate was high. And I think it was Yuri. Not on. I think it was 391 in 05 and then you know, so I was high. I was like, right around five and listen. They brought him in. No. To be a big arm in the post season, so he delivered regular seasonal five but in the season when they needed him the most a Rod in the regular season at yet to we won the MVP hit like 50 home runs in the process, but in the playoffs and you have momentum in a Siri's And you brought him in to be the big arm. He can't be given a five rungs in two and 2/3 type innings. You know what I mean? Yeah, I know. But last year we were if we would've made the World Series and Stanton goes over 15 with nine strikeouts in the World Series because everybody else is making nothing. 10 years from now, we would have looked back on 2019 and said my God, he just $30 million. 50 Even though we had judge and Sanchez and Torres in the lineup, you would look back in retrospect at the at the marquee name of the money name and say, That's the guy you paying to do the job, not not the 22 year old kid Not the guys making half a 1,000,000 a year. So I agree with you, J. J we could have won because anybody else might have stepped up. But when you're the baton for and you'll get in that kind of money, you know it. Really, Sully. I totally get it. You want production boat? You and I'm not trying to typecast because I did the same thing. I'm going to get on. A hired gun. For more than I get on the homegrown guy. 07 Yankees Indians. This was a rarity there. Judy Terrible. Siri's Terrible. Siri's didn't hit Came in a couple of big double plays was just very on Jeter like The Derek Jeter hear a peep about a bad serious mo. Because he won four championships. He's the Yankee captain. He's the homegrown guy. Everybody loves A Rod had a terrible Syriza's well who Face the heat full more Rodriguez. That's the way it's going to be with Stanton, Judge So many guys won't do this. Most well. Hey. Kind of Have an off night. Is Aaron Judge when you have packing Yankee Stadium here the course of booze now. He goes over 44 strikeouts. Probably not going to hear that much. Stanton. Goes over 44 strikeouts. I'm going to be raining down the boat. Because he's not one of your own. He's the guy you brought in. He's the guy making a boatload of cash. Hired gun. You're held to a different standard. When you're a hired gun. That's absolutely case. I said a Greenwich John joins us. He's up next. He's on the fence myself, John. J. J. Do you think Andrew Har is goingto? Cut into Frasier's playing time in the outfield. Yeah, I do, because I think the Yankees want to get into hard in the lineup. I think the Yankees and like and du Har Mohr than they like Quinn, Frasier, So, yes, I do believe that Frazier's playing time will be cut because we're gonna get bumped again. Well, the Yankees right about this and do her is a better player. Always been effective Offensive player when they've been in the big leagues and do hard been more effective. Definitely. Well, listen, if you accord Fraser And You know you're dealing with all this competition. It's not just into our Mike Parkman. Is Quintanilla issues competition? Don't forget about him. Robin is a force superior defensive player might not building it was a better job of getting on base. And here's what else do you like about my top man? He's a lefty in a lineup, but I so right handed I think he's going to find four more. You sat atop Benton Fraser. But here's what you gotta do If you quit, Fraser, work your tail off the event their butt off. Don't caress yourself if you go out in the outfield and when you are given a chance to play And this goes for Ando Hornet's goes for top men. Make it to a point where Aaron Boone says Wow. He's impressing us. We've got to find a way to get more playing time. That's all right. All right. Have a good day. I appreciate the call John. Look, could Fraser He's one of those Polarising Yankee players. I think there are a lot of Yankee fans who want to see more of them, and I felt that way last year. In the early going Why was like this is a great opportunity for him. Great chance for him. And throughout the month of April, he raped What happened to Quinn for Janelle is that his defense was so bad. That night at Fenway Park, or it wasn't a family was that Yankee Stadium was the Sunday night game against the Red Sox. Key. Made a total fool of himself. Out in the outfield. He was embarrassing to watch and what I hated about it. Is that.

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"five rungs" Discussed on FT Alphachat

FT Alphachat

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"five rungs" Discussed on FT Alphachat

"Can make a bad investment. But if you have zero capital in a region, right? And you're saying investors, come invest in this the people who are going to profit from that are the people who have the capital in the first place in your book. You make an interesting distinction, which is that black banks trying to form capitol in black neighborhoods, and then white businesses coming in from the outside and having similar difficulties of making profits in these areas. So it seems like there's something endemic to the area that makes it both difficult for external capital to come in and make a profit and internal capital formation to even take place. So what is it about these areas that make capital formation, so difficult? So that's a really good question. And there's a complicated answer. I mean, one thing I will say that the geography of these areas have. Shifted over time. So it is not as though, you know, I mean the history of these areas are that they were redlined. They were deprived of, you know, FHA mortgage credit GI loans, all of the stuff that helped created I should say the American middle class and the American middle class was created through credit, but also went into homes that increased in values and the homes increase in values led to schools that were full of, you know, homeowners children, and that created social capital and all sorts of sort of complex multiplier effects of of wealth. However in these inner cities, none of those subsidies or the that whole credit apparatus that Boyd the middle class didn't make it into the inner city. Now, those areas have shifted over time. So you can say, well, you know Harlem now is the most expensive real estate. Sure. But those original red line residents in Harlem don't live there anymore. They've been priced out. So they've moved out. So so one thing I'll say is that the geography has shifted a bit, but we have still in those regions, and the reason why the racial wealth gap still exists is that. When you have a neighborhood that is largely black or Brown and mostly poor because that's the nature of race and class in the United States. You do not have homes that increase in value. That's the primary sort of blocked capital formation rights. Even if you were able to get access to a loan that was wealth-building and bought a house in that region. You knock it's not going to increase in value. And and why is because you know, the markets have sort of racism embedded in it. Right. The if white home buyers where the majority don't want to live in a largely black neighborhood, and the the lack of wealth, and generally black communities, you know, sort of diminish the demand for these homes, and then you've got the school issues and crime they quote, unquote, become bad neighborhoods. And when you have a quote, unquote, bad neighborhood, you have you know, flight of other capital and businesses and and assets. Right. So people businesses and other sort of investors want to meet the demands of those who have capital who have money to. Spend. And so there are these complicated sort of multiplier effects of both lack and of privilege, maybe privilege is not the right word. But capital, right. So wealth people who live people who are wealthy generally live among others who are wealthy, and that wealth sort of multiplies and people who are poor and up living with those who are poor and that wealth diminishes and so the problem here is there's a race divide in certain regions, not all but in those regions where there is a race divide even black businesses. Even nonprofits it's really difficult to create a wealth-building company, a business, Bank, etc. In a area that is concentrated poverty. The point that you make is really important here. Which is that we often talk about wealth creation and entrepreneurship as if it's a matter of starting a business, or or, you know, getting some sort of seed money, we talk about this in the way that people in financial markets talk about it. When in fact for almost everyone in America the patch. Breath to wealth has been very clear, you take a salary or you earn away JR. And then you buy a house. The house is the bottom five rungs on the ladder towards any sort of wealth formation. Absolutely..

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"five rungs" Discussed on FT Alphachat

FT Alphachat

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"five rungs" Discussed on FT Alphachat

"A bad investment. But if you have zero capital in a region, right? And you're saying investors, come invest in this the people who are going to profit from that are the people who have the capital in the first place in your book. You make an interesting distinction, which is that black banks trying to form capitol in black neighborhoods, and then white businesses coming in from the outside and having similar difficulties of making profits in these areas. So it seems like there's something endemic to the area that makes it both difficult for external capital to come in and make a profit and internal capital formation to even take place. So what is it about these areas that make capital formation so difficult, and so that's a really good question. And there's a complicated answer. I mean, one thing I will say that the geography of these areas have. Shifted over time. So it is not as though, you know, I mean the history of these areas are that they were redlined. They were deprived of you know, FHA mortgage credit GI loans, all of the stuff that helped created I should say the American middle class and the American middle class was created through credit. But that also went into homes that increased in values and the homes increase in values led to schools that were full of, you know, homeowners children, and that created social capital and all sorts of sort of complex multiplier effects of of wealth. However in these inner cities, none of those subsidies, the that whole credit apparatus that Boyd the middle class didn't make it into the inner city. Now, those areas have shifted over time. So you can say, well, you know Harlem now is the most expensive veal state. Sure. But those original red line residents in Harlem don't live there anymore. They've been priced out. And so they've moved out. So so one thing I'll say is that the geography has shifted a bit. But we you have still in those regions, and the reason why the racial wealth gap still exists is that. When you have a neighborhood that is largely black or Brown and mostly poor because that's the nature of race and class in the United States. You do not have homes that increase in value. That's the primary sort of blocked to capital formation rights. Even if you were able to get access to a loan that was wealth-building and bought a house in that region. You knock it's not going to increase in value. And and why is because you know, the markets have sort of racism embedded in it. Right. The if white home buyers where the majority don't want to live in a largely black neighborhood, and the the lack of wealth, and generally black communities, you know, sort of diminish the demand for these homes, and then you've got the school issues and crime they quote, unquote, become bad neighborhoods when you have a quote, unquote, bad neighborhood, you have you know, flight of other capital and businesses and and assets. Right. So people businesses and other sort of investors want to meet the demands of those who have capital who have money to. Spend. And so there are these complicated multiplier effects of both lack and of privilege, maybe privilege, not the right word. But capital, right. So wealth people who live people who are wealthy generally live among others who are wealthy, and that wealth sort of multiplies and people who are poor end up living with those who are poor, and then that wealth diminishes and so the problem here is that there's a race divide in certain regions, not all but in those regions where there is a race divide even black businesses. Even nonprofits it's really difficult to create a wealth-building company, a business, Bank, etc. In a area that is concentrated poverty. The point that you make is really important here. Which is that we often talk about wealth creation and entrepreneurship as if it's a matter of starting a business, or or, you know, getting some sort of seed money, we we talk about this in the way that people in financial markets talk about it. When in fact for almost everyone in America the patch. Breath to wealth has been very clear, you take a salary or you earn away JR. And then you buy a house. The house is the bottom five rungs on the ladder towards any sort of wealth formation. Absolutely..

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