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Texas may receive initial coronavirus vaccine doses for 1.4 million people this month, Gov. Greg Abbott says

Mark Levin

00:24 sec | 1 d ago

Texas may receive initial coronavirus vaccine doses for 1.4 million people this month, Gov. Greg Abbott says

"Governor Greg Abbott, and they'll see that the CDC is making 1.4 million doses of a covert vaccine available to Texas. As part of the initial allotment. The doses should begin arriving in Texas the week of December. 14th. It will be sent to qualify and providers and administered voluntarily. Based on CDC guidelines, the state could get additional allotments by the end of the month, with increase allotments scheduled in January.

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Texas may receive 1.4 million COVID-19 vaccine doses in December

Michael Berry

00:18 sec | 1 d ago

Texas may receive 1.4 million COVID-19 vaccine doses in December

"Doses of the Corona virus vaccine or coming to Texas Governor Greg Abbott announcing today, The vaccines are expected to arrive December 14th and will be given out to healthcare in frontline workers and vulnerable populations. The governor says the CDC may distribute more vaccines to the state later this month. More doses will be given out in January.

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Waiting for passengers, American puts Boeing Max in the air

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:38 sec | 1 d ago

Waiting for passengers, American puts Boeing Max in the air

"Boeing may be on the verge of selling more of its 7 37 MAX planes, details from Kemal's great Herschel Bloomberg News reports. Ryan Air could make the announcement as soon as tomorrow. Europe's biggest discount airline already has 135 MAX jets on order and options to bring that total to 200 or more. Analysts say a significant order from a customer like Ryanair would bolster confidence in the ground and Max and help replenish a Boeing backlog has been depleted. Since the start of the pandemic. The airline's chief executive officer, Michael O'Leary, has called the Max again Game changer that will allow Ryan air to add capacity while reducing fuel burn. Neither side is commenting beyond that. Greg Hirsch Holt Co. Moh

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Family suspects foul play after Houston influencer found dead

Sean Hannity

00:19 sec | 2 d ago

Family suspects foul play after Houston influencer found dead

"Star star Alexis Alexis Sharkey Sharkey are are certain certain foul foul play play was was involved involved in in her her death. death. Sharkey's Sharkey's mother, mother, Stacy, Stacy, Robin Robin old old says says she she believes believes in in her her gut. gut. The The 26 26 year old was murdered over the Thanksgiving weekend but doesn't understand why Sharkey's body was discovered Saturday morning on the side of the West Houston road. Governor Greg Abbott

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Metcalf, Wilson lead Seahawks over Eagles 23-17

Get Up!

02:51 min | 3 d ago

Metcalf, Wilson lead Seahawks over Eagles 23-17

"Hall of fame coach of michigan state among our guests today and our football crew is ready to go grouse. Jeff and greg ready to talk about last night's monday night meeting between seattle and philadelphia as we get thing rolling here right now seahawks on the road carson wentz and the eagles the center of so much discussion opening drive of the game. Could they silence some of the critics No they could not this. When i throw richard. Rogers that's incomplete. Next point went looking for greg ward. Eagles would go three and out to start this game without seattle. Having to make a tackle next eagle drive third nate wentz jalen rager went for four phillies first to drive. Second quarter no score. Second and fourteen went on the sideline jalen hurts in the game hurts. I snap complete sean. Jeffrey and then wednesday is coming back in and hurts his going to the bench. Someone will have to explain what that was about next. Play third nate whence back to throw wentz going down hard whence hit repeatedly in this game. That's a loss of six eagles. No first downs on their first five drives later in the second still most scored but russell wilson is doing something about that. They came back cab. Fifty two yards down to the one yard. Line metcalfe playing with a chip on his shoulder against the team that passed on him in the draft a couple of years ago. And then setup vis wilson david moore for the touchdown on the corner and the seahawks take a seven. Nothing lead next seattle drive. Its second goal and they can do it on the ground. Chris carson is back and better than ever bullying way into the end zone for a score and seattle a fourteen. Nothing lead with five minutes left in the hand now. Eagles trying to get something going in the red zone. Second and goal final seconds. Wentz dallas guttered. Yes there. On the board three yard touchdown fourteen six extra point. No good to that discord halftime fourth quarter. Now it's seventeen. Nine eagles going forward on a fourth into williams has broken up. Aj right not sit down. Eagles turnover on downs. So seattle gets it. And what do they do with it. You know what they do. Russell de que de que. Oh what a catch up and bringing it down. Ten grabs off hundred seventy seven yards for decay meant catholic field goal twenty two nine ensuing philly drive three chances at score forest down from the twenty one wentz. Goddard nobody home. Second down wentz rager incomplete. They gained six on third down. They go for it on fourth power again. Bear in mind there. Darren by eleven in the game. I don't know what that is picked off. Course in wayne's two hundred fifteen yards six sacks seattle wins twenty three seventeen and they do the black eagle fly

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Living an Interference Free Life with Essential Oils

The Essential Oil Revolution

04:06 min | 3 d ago

Living an Interference Free Life with Essential Oils

"I'm here with dr greg barnes. He's a chiropractor. A doctor of natural medicine functional medicine practitioner and has his doctor of pastoral science. He loved helping patients. Get to the root cause of their health problems even more. He loves helping. Families prevent illness symptoms and disease so greg to the show. It's great to have you here. Thanks so much for having me. You have such an interesting background with so many different experiences. So i'd love if you could give the cliff notes version of your story and how you've got to where you are today. Yeah absolutely Well i was helped by a chiropractor at a pretty young age and That's sort of what set me on my journey. I think probably from your experience to you. Know that's one of the best ways to get into something especially the natural. Health world is by personal experience. And when i got to school i just really became obsessed with all things natural health and living in the lifestyle and You know upon graduating and moving to raleigh and open up my own clinic. I mean i really just feel like I i love learning so one of the easiest ways to kind of have a structured Way of doing that as just keep going for more degree degrees and certifications no That's kind of you know how that goes in and really to. I mean my in my practice I never i take you know learning very seriously in from the standpoint of i can't tell you how many times i've i've watched an hour to hour lecture and You know spending. That won that time helped me figure. This is exactly what this person's name little pop into my head and like this. I needed to listen to this for this patient right here so it just became obsessed with you know that and and you know. I'm grateful that we live in a world where we can access information so easily so so much information and it can be a little overwhelming to them via. And that's why it's so wonderful to have healing practitioners like you out there who can work with patients on one and sort of be that buffer between all the information in the world and that patient right. 'cause you that's your job you get to take it all in consume all that information and then you know help help. Your patients find the right path for them. Just based on all that knowledge base so yeah so glad you do what you do You said that you you had an experience as a younger child. Was it that you were the middle school. Yeah i injured my neck Playing basketball and After failed attempts from you know muscle relaxants and ib pro finn and you know stretching. An ice didn't really work. Finally my parents survey well. We've tried everything else i. We'll go to a chiropractor. And i literally not even heard of one at that point and you know i it you know he was able to help my neck You know which. I thought was cool but the cooler part for me was as i was. I was under care longer I suffered from debilitating allergies. I mean we're talking. Ib shooting naser. Next all day every day. Carry a bottle in my pocket. I'd be slamming allegra claritin throughout the day. You know on top of all that. And i vividly remember waking up one morning And i like reached over from my nightstand. Grab my nays next. Because i would always do that right before i got a bed and i could breathe and also i'm like what the heck is going on here and over time. I was able to really link that with chiropractic. And and i you know i was like well if it can help neck pain and allergies. There's like people that suffer from those so That that seems like a good business to get into. And then it really. Does you know evolved into this much more comprehensive understanding of the body and health and all that

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Wisconsin completes canvass and certifies Biden win in state

Radio Yesteryear

00:32 sec | 3 d ago

Wisconsin completes canvass and certifies Biden win in state

"Have been certified in two battleground states critical to President Trump's legal challenges. Arizona officials certified the state's election results formalizing Joe Biden's narrow victory over Donald Trump. Republican Governor Doug Ducey defended the integrity of the election. Meanwhile, Biden's victory in Wisconsin has been confirmed following a partial recounted added slightly to his 20,600 vote margin over the president. With Wisconsin's confirmation. The Trump team has five days to file a lawsuit. And action promised by the president. Greg

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The History Of Jrmungandr

Mythical Monsters

04:56 min | 4 d ago

The History Of Jrmungandr

"The vikings new. The see. well it was the expense. Their ships crossed to plunder foreign lands and its bountiful depths. Were their main source of food. But the sees formidable power was never truly there's for beneath its depths lived a creature that could upend the vikings world with a single thrash of his tail. His name was your main gonder in norse mythology. Your men gondar is the son of the trickster spirit loki and the giant tests angra boda. He's the middle child of a monstrous brewed. His elder brother fenra is a massive wolf and his younger sister. Hell is goddess of the underworld while his infamous siblings possessive vengeful intelligence. You women ghandoure's destructive tendencies are the product of impulse. The colossal serpent is slow witted but utterly deadly unlike other gods he cannot be reasoned with your men. Ganders name means huge monster and for good reason. His body is so massive that it fully encircles mid guard the human world of the ancient norse but even more on settling than his size are his deadly fangs dripping with venom and lodged in a gaping maw large enough to swallow a giant some of the earliest lower about your men. Ghandour is found in the poetic and prose as the poetic edda is a thirteenth century collection of poems from unknown icelandic authors. That were thought to be written between eight hundred and eleven hundred bc c e the pros at was written by icelandic author slurry sterling listen around twelve hundred bc e. Both eda's are key resources for understanding. The customs of ancient iceland particularly the poetic atta which was written before scandinavia had fully embraced christian. Ity norwegian sociologist. Peter a monk rights of the poetic verses. They belong to the viking age to an era during which the northern people's maintained the liveliest relations with the outside world. The ancient vikings relationship with your men gonder was certainly lively. The giant serpent symbolized the uncontrollable force of a natural disaster inexplicable floods earthquakes and storms. That were beyond humanity's control. Were all blamed on your men. Ghandoure's restless movements and the viking survival depended on the whims of slumbering snake. But your norman ghandoure's mere existence was a menace to all of humanity. A power of such magnitude such an unpredictable monster was a constant threat. A reminder that the end of the world is possible. and there's not a thing we can do about it. Thor sat in darkness listening to a woman's voice. Her tone was soothing but the words she spoke were really grim. She said the sun turns black earth sinks in the see the hot stars down from heaven. Our world fierce grows the steam and the life feeding flame till fire leaps high about heaven itself. She paused her is slowly passing over. The assembly of gods and goddesses gathered before her and spoke again. This is no nightmarish story. Dear gods it is your future it. Is greg narok thor. The god of thunder couldn't help but roll his eyes. The northern priestesses were so dramatic. He tugged on his wild red beard wishing they were back involved hala drinking mead and poking fun at the whole thing as the northerns joined hands to chant around idris ill the world tree. Thors scratched his bicep with boredom and glanced at his father. Odin the powerful. All fathers face was drawn and gray. His hands shook which startled thor. His father was a towering figure but suddenly he looked very small. Thor realized he had never seen him scared in a hoarse. Whisper and ask the northerns to repeat themselves. Please no thought for. The prophecy was depressing enough. The first time around. But no one ignores a from the all father. Not

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Trump says coronavirus vaccine deliveries will start next week

Doctor Health Radio Show

00:36 sec | 4 d ago

Trump says coronavirus vaccine deliveries will start next week

"Trump says distribution of a virus vaccine could begin by next week by the House correspondent Greg Clugston explained. With coronavirus cases surging across the country, the president says good news is coming soon. Rounding the curve, the vaccines are being delivered literally. It will start next week and the week after Once pharmaceutical companies receive approval for their covert 19 vaccines. Distribution will begin. The front line workers and seniors and doctors, nurses, lot of people gonna start and we're going very quickly. However, social distancing and other health precautions will be in place for months

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Miami - Florida Republican Greg Steube Champions Legislation to Crack Down on Chinese Espionage

Todd Schnitt

00:32 sec | 6 d ago

Miami - Florida Republican Greg Steube Champions Legislation to Crack Down on Chinese Espionage

"Are some Chinese students in the U. S. On visas spying for the CCP. It's a concern of Florida Republican Congressman Greg Steuby, who's followed the CCP Visa Disclosure Act. If we have students here in the United States, we're here on a student visa. They're receiving money from the Chinese Communist Party. The Chinese Communist Party is paying for their tuition or paying for them to be there that that information should be disclosed to us as a country so our security folks can keep an eye on them to be was on the Fox business network today.

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President Trump to throw weight behind Georgia Senate candidates

John McCulloch

00:29 sec | 6 d ago

President Trump to throw weight behind Georgia Senate candidates

"Traveling to Georgia to boost Republican candidates into Senate runoff elections. Greg links in reports The president says he plans to visit Georgia for a December 5th rally for Republican senators David Perdue and Kelly La Flor. Maybe I'll go twice. That's very important that we win those races these air two great people. Known both very well. They're both great people. Republicans off the president can keep GOP voters energized outcome of the runoff elections will determine which party controls the U. S. Senate. Red

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Greg Amundson on the Spirituality Requirement of Leadership

Dose of Leadership

05:34 min | Last week

Greg Amundson on the Spirituality Requirement of Leadership

"Greg madame. So excited to have you on the show. Welcome dose of leadership. Thank you for having me on your show. Your background is so varied man. I was reading your bio and a komo leave. How much stuff you've done in your short life span man. What what what drives us motivation in this passion. What what's driving it. I appreciate the question. I have certainly worn many hats. There seems to be a hardwired. Drives in me. Undoubtedly fostered by my mom and dad have gone to be with the lord. This hardwired drive to serve other people specifically in the context of the warrior profession whether that be military law enforcement martial art fitness now serving in ministry capacities. That drive has been part of my life for as long as i can remember watching. Your father was a pastor. Right if i read that correctly following in his footsteps. He wore many hats as well. He was a naval officer. Tire proctor bodybuilder. Pastor youth minister at the california youth authority phenomenal father to me. Amazing husband to my mom. He was just an amazing guy. Yeah so obviously you had a perfect example to strive towards right. I mean i sincerely did. I know many people likely say that in good for that press job. I was one of them. I have an amazing example in both my mom and my dad they complimented each other so well and to this day i still have moments of my parents told me that i knew this was gonna happen. So what is it. I mean it looking at you. Obviously fitness takes a huge Part of your makeup. Right and mean and certainly i can understand in i strive to get there and i know when i'm in the zone getting that physical fitness piece and coming from the marine corps. When i was looking back where i was him now to where. I wasn't a marine corps. And how fit. I was in how that that fed into my mental capacity. Right i mean. I think that physical fitness the main reason i think obviously we think it's for our our health or physical health like a heart and blood pressure and all i can. Thanks but i honestly think it's more mental thing and i i just. I know that i don't exercise. My mental capacity goes down the drain. Yeah well said. I completely agree with you. My earliest childhood memories again back to my parents earliest childhood memories. My dad driving me to the ymca to workout along the way would listening to audio cassette tapes of the prominent pastors theologians of that time so in my young very impressionable mind. I'm starting to see the relationship between physical training developing a strong robust resilient body developing a strong bus resilient than developing a strong resilient spirit. How those are all interconnected and reflecting on nearly a lifetime of physical training. I've probably worked out every day of my life since i was a very very young boy. What i've realized is that the greatest adaptation to all the physical training is mental. Yeah i think it's the biggest. I think it's the biggest hurdle and i am. I'm fifty two years old. And i that clarity of of the challenge of the mental thing really just in the last decade for me realizing the power of that And i would say that. Leadership is eighty percent if not more of the self awareness and overcoming limiting beliefs in the self doubt that i think and i've come to appreciate that this is largely due to all the conversations i've had on the show for eight years that they never truly go away and i think that once you understand that embrace that then you can start getting on with it. Does that make sense. Like i think we spent a lot of wasted energy and time and resources trying to eliminate it even in the. I think even when this. I'm curious what your answer is. Because you're such a maniac. When it comes to fitness right but at some point i mean you you have to be dealing with limiting beliefs self-doubt even as those confident in his fifth. As you must must be right is that is that a fair statement. Very fair statement. I flipped the paradigm on fear uncertainty anxiety. Self doubt. yeah. I noticed i. I'm only fearful. I only have anxiety only uncertain about things that matter in me. A great deal right. So i use anxiety. Fear uncertainty as a compass to navigate to point me in the direction that god wants me to go.

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Philadelphia's Black-led charter schools band together for 'Black Schools Matter' campaign

KYW 24 Hour News

01:10 min | Last week

Philadelphia's Black-led charter schools band together for 'Black Schools Matter' campaign

"Charter schools in Philadelphia, part of the campaign to raise awareness about inequities in charter oversight. S. K Y W Community affairs reporter Cherry, Greg explains. A recent study shows bias maybe baked into the system. Is he not Dr Naomi Johnson Booker is founder of the Global Leadership Academy Charter School. She's also one of the leaders of the African American Charter School Coalition. It launched the Black Schools matter campaign this week to raise awareness about the charter school system of Philadelphia and the disproportion. Impact on black lead charter schools, which provide culturally competent education many times to low income student populations and face Amiriyah the barriers when it comes to our school's oversight, extension and renewal, opportunities and many times When schools have spoken up, there has been retaliation. Recent study, published by the University of Arkansas reported that stringent charter regulations have negatively impacted the creation of black and Hispanic lead charters who may lack access to capital. The coalition is demanding recognition that black lead charter schools are needed in Philadelphia. They want a non by a system of oversight, more transparency and access to funding. Cherry Greg

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Maryland Stepping Up Enforcement Of COVID-19 Restrictions Ahead Of Thanksgiving

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:51 sec | Last week

Maryland Stepping Up Enforcement Of COVID-19 Restrictions Ahead Of Thanksgiving

"The battle against Cove it over Thanksgiving week. Maryland's governor says he's taking enforcement of covert restrictions seriously. But what does comply or else mean coronavirus regulations are getting more strict. With Montgomery County, announcing that private indoor gatherings of more than 10 people will now be prohibited and a face coverings will be required at all times outdoors for businesses. Maryland State police will be sending out compliance teams to make sure owners air following the rules, Additional troopers will be focused. On this enforcement Greg Shipley with Maryland State police. We've had a great response from the business community are troopers will be working in support of local health officials, local law enforcement We hope for voluntary compliance, he says of business owners refused to comply. They could be shut down for a period of time or be hit with criminal charges. As for individual customers who don't follow the rules, they could be immediately arrested. Nick Kind

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‘Hear Us Out’: Philadelphia Gym Owners Joining Forces To Push Back Against Latest Shutdown

KYW 24 Hour News

01:23 min | Last week

‘Hear Us Out’: Philadelphia Gym Owners Joining Forces To Push Back Against Latest Shutdown

"Dozens of Philadelphia area gym owners have come together to challenge the city's recent covert 19 restrictions that have shut their businesses through the end of the year. Okay. What abuse Community Affairs reporter Terry Greg? It tells us she hears from a gym owner who says that many are on the brink of shutting down for good. Jamie Sudden is co owner of James Fitness. She's part of the Philadelphia Fitness Coalition of Group of about 30 Fitness studio owners in the city. What is this done for your business? And what changes have you made? We had two studios and unfortunately we've come down to one because we had to shut it down. We've done changes. As far as we have masks mandated. We have social distancing in place. We take temperatures. We have even increased cleaning. From what we previously had. We have reduced capacity of our numbers, and we have zero transmission in our gyms. We have followed the rules that the city put in place and they are working. And we'd like to continue to be able to do that. Why did you form this coalition? We felt like we were left to our own devices from the city without any help. You know, Some people have rent deferment from landlords and some don't And so this is a really great way for us to come together to have a collective to figure out how we can work towards keeping everyone safe and keep our businesses open. The gym owners say their track 318,000 visits discovered 33 positive covert 19 cases and zero transmissions inside of there, Jim back to you. That's Kay. Whatever used Terry Greg, our community affairs reporter with Maura on what Jim's air dealing with right now. Trying to deal with this covert 19 outbreak

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Social Media Slugfest

The 3-1 Collapse

00:30 sec | Last week

Social Media Slugfest

"So it's not the best thing to do but i see why he did it. Go ahead greg. Thank you for the clarification. Killing knows of those were viewers. You know that reagan's dead like this. This is the we're all in this evening. He's more debit. Its policies account. I grew that all right. So i basically went on twitter. You know as. I usually do as you nam twitter guy and i said i regret everything positive. Said about this man because up until

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What PPP Revealed About Small Business Loans

Accelerate Your Business Growth

05:25 min | Last week

What PPP Revealed About Small Business Loans

"Over the years the accelerate your business growth podcast has gained recognition as a great resource for small business owners. Sales professionals business leaders of all kinds. We have been fortunate to be included on lists of the best podcasts. To listen to all over the place for amazoncom proven people i. It's been a pretty incredible list of less so stake. I guess these are folks who have expertise in a particular area of business and they join me for a conversation where they share that expertise with all of yale. The goal is that you get the information that you need. You get the ideas that you're looking for and you find those people who have information that you are that you need and that you can connect with those people he sort of get to here on c. That they really know their stuff on. Today is no different. My guest today is greg. Greg is the ceo of nabbed a fintech company that helps small businesses access capital and make financial decisions. Greg has over twenty years experience leading both startups and fortune. One thousand corporations is built new organizations and transformed existing ones to be more nimble innovative and results focused greg's always thinking about how to streamline business lending and frequently shares his thoughts in articles as a forbes contributor and on stage at industry events. Thanks so much for joining me today. Greg deliverance bigger. And you as well i. We're gonna be talking today about the things we've learned through the ppp loan program. But i would really like to start with learning more about your background and How it is you ended up getting to now. And and what's your what's your. Why in goals with that. Yeah so i knew it. You start to be your life when she do her work really lines up with your passions in your positive energy in person enough to do that in leading now. I always an entrepreneur. At all. But i don't think i always knew it You've kid i was wondering are road trips. Grabbed a map and try and help. Dad find a better way across the country. Were driving to mount rushmore. Whatever and that. I think that's part of what made me. Which is that Energy to say there's gotta be of that our way to solve these problems through my career. I've always need into data driven solutions and the insights you can gather by analyzing data team lasted is always talk about the information. Hierarchy data information knowledge. Wisdom or time it led me to Do a handful of startups and then it would move to large maintenance startup luxury. I was at two leading marketing for quickbooks. And what. I could really see some of the gaps and how a small businesses being served and i connected with the am. Investors in that last recession opportunity to better solve the inefficiency between borrowers lenders and all that inefficiency everybody would win and that will just my nature which is and you build a business where guys win in An everybody went around necessarily when you when you create vicious ecosystem and that's motivated now now. That's really great. And i it really resonates with me because I think were both the kinds kind of people who are in the business were in because we want to have a positive impact on other people and case and i believe in your case as well especially small business owners who really are the fabric of this country an have unique challenges and struggles that not everybody understands is a really complex problem to saul could see that that a lot of people only were small business owners all turn their situations are different. It's lot of inconsistency so you can't even really descri- a small business. There's there's Well-established solace repeating pene. When they said this is a small business action program but the those people who had one hundred to five hundred employees were very different looking businesses. That people who were wash martin so sawyer. Small business general is what we say years that run. Small businesses succeed individuals communities and economies succeed. And there's nothing else like that and you saw us this complex problem around smallers businesses.

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The Virtual Reptilian Cult

Extraterrestrial

05:50 min | Last week

The Virtual Reptilian Cult

"On july fifteenth. Two thousand seventeen. The son had just begun to rise over the quiet town of cool ball township pennsylvania when a gunshot rang through the air. Operator's answered a disturbing call just moments later and heard the panicked voice of forty two year old barbara rogers she cried. My boyfriend had a gun. He told me to press the trigger. Oh my god he's dead. Police rushed to the scene there on the floor of the tan double wide trailer late thirty two year old. Stephen minot a forty five caliber gunshot wound in his forehead. Barbara rogers stood beside his lifeless body. The firearm nearby barbara immediately claimed that she was innocent stating that her and many. Oh were deeply in love barbara. Even used stevens last name though they were not legally married. Despite her protestations barbara was arrested and police began their investigation. But perhaps barbara's protests weren't as far fetched as police had assumed a cursory internet search revealed. That barbour stephen were active members of an online cult. Run by a woman named sharee schreiner. The detectives searched for answers would lead investigators down a dark path filled with coded messages alien lizards and vampires. Hi i'm greg paulson. And i'm vanessa. Richardson and this is cults. Park has original every tuesday. We look at occult practices their leader and their followers. You can find all episodes of cults and all other podcast originals. Free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream. Cults for free on spotify just opened the app and type cults in the search bar at cast. Were grateful for you our listeners. You will allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and instagram. At podcast and twitter at podcast network. And if you enjoy today's episode the best way to help us is to leave a five star review. Wherever you're listening it really does help. This is our first and only episode on sherry schreiner. The woman behind a virtual reptilian kalt will explore her troubled childhood as well as how schreiner used the internet to cultivate her following sherry. J. schreiner was born on december eleventh. Nineteen sixty five in cleveland. Ohio into a devout god fearing christian family. She attended private christian schools and went to church every sunday. Surrounded by discussions of jesus and religion. Schreiner never remembered a time when she wasn't thinking about discussing reading the bible while sherry was a very private person of the information that's known about our comes from her self published books in one titled bible codes revealed the coming. Ufo invasion sherry claimed that she was proclaiming. God's name by the age of two and she was reborn by the age of five however also at that time she developed horrific haunting night terrors which she described in vivid detail sherry wrote. A figure would stand at the foot of my bed and stare at me as i lay trying to sleep. Fear and sheer terror with grip every muscle and bone. I had it was at least seven feet tall dark and evil. I would shrivel under my blankets and pray for it to go away. I did not know what it was other than feeling it was some evil being straight from hell and i certainly did not know what it wanted. Vanessa's going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode please note. Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist. But she has done a lot of research for this show. thanks greg. The national sleep foundation explained that night terrors can have several causes including extreme tiredness lack of sleep or stress. It is quite possible that stress of her family's devout contributed to share his night terrors. As a child though. We don't know the specifics of the situation. Perhaps sheri's family put pressure on her to adhere to a specific code of conduct prescribed by their faith sheri's terrors continued to haunt her well into her adolescence as the years passed. She had a revelation. These visions were not some anonymous shadowy figures but evil demons sent by lucifer to kill her. She proclaimed herself lucifer's arch enemy. Though she hid this title from those around her by the age of twelve sherry had read the bible from front to back and was particularly interested. In the book of revelation the final book of the christian bible known for its strange imagery and apocalyptic predictions schreiner was fascinated by the concepts of the end of days and the arrival of the anti christ but despite shriners deep immersion in biblical studies. She hated her religion. She disagreed with much of christianity and brandon herself a nonconformist becoming the black sheep of her family but sherry shifted her biblical prophecy studies to the side while she focused on higher education she dreamed of pursuing a career in television news broadcasting

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"greg i" Discussed on Pool Pro Podcast

Pool Pro Podcast

04:07 min | Last month

"greg i" Discussed on Pool Pro Podcast

"Greg has a website called Greg knows water dot com where he has a lot of blogs and of information resources there. So if you have an additional interest just learning about water water quality in general outside of the pool industry or within he has lots of blogs and articles out there on his website that you can access and read, and I think that's the whole point of of you listening to this podcast is that you're obviously already interested in learning because otherwise you wouldn't be listening in the first place. Maybe that's a good place for you to get some additional information. That's how we found in and we're is yes. I don't know where I saw your article from two thousand sixteen that was W. C.. P.. But I don't know how I came across said Greg I'm not exactly sure. But I i. read it and I sent it to David like we should get this guy on the podcast he goes. Yes please do. Interestingly enough. Ozone is one of my specialties and so there's a few articles out there a lot of interviews. Unfortunately. One of those articles being quoted a lot by a certain ozone manufacturer who sells in California to prove on saw rate is my head to have a word with them because they were. Taking a lot out of context and promoting their product at the expense of science and that's at the end of the day my intent tears reading simple I want everybody to be smart. I want everyone to know how to do the. Job Right. How to make sure they're protecting their customer and how to protect themselves from live. Not, promoting one product over another right. You can spend anything depending on the store you WanNa tell seconds so be careful and I say that in all areas. Not, GONNA get involved in anything other conversations. But in all areas, you can spend anything in the way you want to depending on what story you're trying to tell. Running on.

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"greg i" Discussed on The Futur

The Futur

05:17 min | 2 months ago

"greg i" Discussed on The Futur

"I. I. Just lose it. I I know this is not The kind of person I spy to be this isn't that how a leader leads. And I give them a really hard time on camera live because I'm frustrated and angry. and. So when when those things happen I have to have a hard conversation with myself and I know this is in there in in in in me, it's not like some somebody possess my spirit on my mind in just I became something else. I very high expectations I'm I, run at a very high level. So I expect everybody to be at that level and maybe that's just not fair. So I made some changes. Made some changes. So I I moved people to two roles and positions that were better suited for them so Them not doing what I wanted was a reflection on me not being a good leader saying I put a square peg in a round hole. I move people around and also just wanted to share with the team. This is live. Let's have fun. Mistakes are going to be a part of it and it's totally okay. And those are the moments when I think it's it's an opportunity to change to realize what you're doing and to try to just. Be Better, human each and every single day. Okay. Let's move on. Let's move onto. You want I, think you WANNA increase and Greg I. Hope my audio is okay. I find it befitting that this podcast is about finding, using owning your voice and you talk about Naysayers in venue ask did you actually do what I told you to do? And I'm I'm sort of a bit of a scam, the kept and also there's a lot of fear revolve than I. Go by WHO's GonNa see my my. My content who's GonNa look in care about anti start jumping on the content challenge and I mean they free and I just drew a person. Made a dining station in dip was kicked on. My was my only fought was ain't GonNa do this 'cause I admire dispersant in ending day free that person replied to my station that I couldn't believe it. And at the same time I'm getting. A lot of Nice comments and I don't react a on the moment or very emotionally and i. it feels like icon repay their kindness as much as I would like to. How do you? How do you repay kindness Chris? Paul I have to say you WANNA. I'm glad that you're actually doing content and saying screw it. Who Cares, I'm just GONNA go for it right you're just telling the impostor syndrome monster you know what you sit down for little big I'm gonNA play for a while You just chill I know you're there..

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"greg i" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

WhyWeWork BrianVee

04:03 min | 3 months ago

"greg i" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

"Areas Affected Hawaii. But I? I would put my character as a greater influence on my career. It's In, that's a better way of looking at it and I. Don't there's people that are shaped by their career, which probably would be detrimental to their character in most instances. If they're fully. Shaped by what it is, they're doing and then they are disheartened because they are their work opposed to influencing their work for something better, and it's something about you I, we've known each other for twenty. Thirty almost twenty five years. I, guess. is about you is that you are consistently kind I couldn't say anything. Against your character and I, felt that you always from. I guess to be honest what little we know of each other in the period of time we knew each other is that you are consistently kind in that. You did value me despite my. Views right or eroneous ways. For that I appreciate what you're saying is absolutely true of when I know of you. I appreciate your kind words to it's it is true Greg I have one final question for you. Young men, Clara? Why do you work? Okay. So this is your question that I've really cheated on. I haven't scripted an answer but I. But I have an answer. I think we all work for the future I think we're working. Yes. We're working for financial gain. But it's for the future whether it's the put food on our tables the next day or whether it's the by the new toy, the one you know you or your child want or whether it's. Putting money away for. Your child's education down the road or your retirement or whatever I think we all work for the future and? Lots occurs could say it but also as a teacher in that capacity, you're working for the future in a much greater sense socially. So. I hope I don't lose points for cheating bought. As I listened to your show that's what struck me as I think we worked for the future. Not Working, for the past will it's it's a great point and you're the first one to say it. The way you have. But this is what I want listeners especially younger people it's for your future and when you're younger, not all maybe not you you're not thinking that the future is so long or all the things that you have to do for your future. Many kids think about now. Or younger people think about now and maybe tomorrow or next week or next year. But not okay when I lose my my mom or my dad how how you know who's GonNa pay for that or when I retire how's that going to be paid for in thinking more in just reminding people It's for your future and I don't think that's cheating at all. Thanks..

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"greg i" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

08:03 min | 3 months ago

"greg i" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"Poles in my act. And he he also probably does that joke four different ways you His four different endings. Yeah. He's genius. Man I key he there's like he has some gifts that I'm not sure. I don't think I have. He's he's just he sees the world and a very very, and he's so quick man. Oh, quick he he Absolutely idolize like just the way you have anybody like Like from a storyteller. Perspective that you admired because you you know that. Figure that all out I mean I figured. So I did. I. I would say I would say there was a storyteller when I was younger but I really wasn't in that. If it got Harry, I just bail on it like I started storing and be like. Go go go go. You don't have the tools at that point to to tell that to the ball in the air. Yeah, and the only person I knew that was a storyteller. Leah. Good friend of mine. Yeah. Yeah and but his storytelling was so mike. Berger. Like yes. It's like there was no way to emulate what he was doing because he was doing his own thing. So independent of everyone that you're like, why can't just take his thing? No. So I when the first telling the machine story was the first thing that changed the way I did stand up and that was because I. I if gave me a like it gave me a skill set to be able to hold a room for thirteen minutes on one subject, and then once I could do that. There was like, Oh, I can do this on just about anything. So I started after I learned how to took cook me like a year before I knew how to tell that story even Kinda good. Even in a year it wasn't even I would say four years to tell her story. Yeah, but And then it changed the way I looked at everything I was like, Oh, I can tell I can basically turn everything into a story and then it got to a place where I was like hold on. So you're telling me I have four bits for the special like four fucking stories like let's get out of story let's like and so like I think I did it better in secret secret time? I definitely took that angle of telling secrets and was able to junk up stories and put secrets inside them. and then this last special I I really think I'd like orbits in this last special. A look at it and I go. So that's where I'm at now I don't want to do the same shit I. Think Challenge Myself, I. Don't want to do the same shit I wanna be able to tell tell like. I don't know man I don't know. I need comedy clubs open up again because I don't know what I'm doing you know. You do know what you're doing but Yeah that's that's not true but. I always. Big Close friend of mine and I you know I think the machine story I heard the machine story on the radio. When I was in studio. I you know I was. I think I was in Devi and Pittsburgh. And they were playing like the best hits of the year in normally when you're the guy in the studio, like what are we listening to other guy for and then I was like, Oh my God you and they were telling me I love those guys and they're like trust me man this thing is like you you WanNa hear this and it was I was like, oh. Yeah. This is so fucking cool. Yeah it was great man it was and then I saw live and I was like Oh. Oh Wow Yeah that thing but for big is There are some similarities in what you guys are. You very different different different comics and I've. Tried like in a special ad like you know there's like a three minute or two minutes story that's as far as I. can go on that I mean I'm not a one liner guy at all but I sort of sort of one minute joke type one to. Forty seconds. So it's a minute and a half, and then I was like, all right. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA step out a little bit on this thing I'm GonNa tell like. This wrestling story for like a minute and forty five or to thirty or something like that. Is Interesting because all all I need for a story like when I start a story I, don't like I have a really great story right now about finding this kid and I don't know how to end IT I. Ending. So the story is not working it works, but it just fizzles at the end for me once I find that ending and I can rework the entire story and getting that. But until I get that ending I an and and so one day like right in the middle of pandemic among the treadmill and I come up with the ending of that story and I write it down. How great were you feel on that day? I can't find out where I can't find where It'll come back. It'll come back but it, but it may be a month, but it will come I've I've lost them it'll come I promise. You know come back but. That's brutal. That's brutal. Man is really brutal and it was like. and. It's such. A good is such a good story right now because. I do this thing where I? It's a premise of the premise is I can I I for whatever reason and I don't know why I have an ability like a sincere I'm not joking I've been billy of finding things people lose like if you lose something I can find them and I'm GonNa tell you a little story and I'm GonNa, tell you story I wanNa tell you a little story. So fucking good that when I go. Like when I go to tell the big story, it's so much. It's like the energy is so high and can get the ending that I can keep the energy all the way to the top, and it'll be a murderous story. It will figure out that ending what I need is a weekend at a club where I'm going up every single night telling the story in a fucking around and one they get drunk and I miss tell the story and I tell one part too early but then I go works you know that the beauty of stand up like I had this bit on secret time about time traveling and put the odorant and the and the it was it was. This great like. Shit put her deodorant in the keeping her it was like three stories about my daughter Isla that I was gonna say I was telling in succession and for some reason I got drunk in Calgary and I misspoke and I told. One story too early and the next story too late and Ben the way it came out I I had a I had a tag. I had like a callback. Yeah and the story of like now I'm sitting there thinking my daughter's future self is sitting in the bedroom and do it and put and I thought Greg I was like. It was like the most it's the happiest accent age. fucking. So excited stage again, I want to do that again. And you try to explain to people like this is the thing. This is the thing I got the thing. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah it's cool man no no, this is the this is. The first time. I've fucked it up the first time it was like the early Friday show. I've talked it up but I got an applause break after it right and so I get off and there's this kid by the way I wish I knew who this kid was always remember his name. He had only been doing it like two years. He was really good and he was really insightful like his comic instincts were really insightful but he was also very like very matter of fact I said, do that joke out on a pause bake it break and he goes yeah. Now right and I said I wonder why Kinda pause break and he just goes oh it because we knew it was done. I said what he goes when you know something's done, you WanNa like reward the person. That's what we do. When you know they were like that was done. It was great. Man Did a good job. Yay. Hall you and Briggs both that well man I mean, you know I, the machine is. Perfect because it's you don't see a common. Bits over. that. Joke Up. That's how I got the end I got fucked up. I was in I was in Columbus and the old funny bone right the old woman, the trees on stage and. And I fuck I used to tell this other part. I'm sure it was buzzed or I'm sure I was drinking was in Columbus and it was a late show. And I fucked it up.

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"greg i" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

08:22 min | 4 months ago

"greg i" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"And then she's so rang. Oh I've just been talking to. My friend Vixen my Ashley. Be Spam. Yeah, so a lot of means a lot of means coming through that has a fifty. Oh Man I'm not enjoying, but that she clearly as a as a slightly out. Is is thoroughly enjoying but yeah, it's interesting interesting. What people will? will go full and it's interesting. The sugar is getting very angry with people challenging. He's asked the I think there's something wrong in his brain. Is Hamster everyone who hosts the apprentice soprano? So, let's talk about your book. Here is your book. It is cooled. Dead. Famous could get the right cameras. is that you've got one in the background there? Yeah, he accidentally just the. Let's investigate? It's just. I'm. I haven't read all. Greg I would go as far to say I haven't read very much. Literally. I've had it for ages, and it's on my desk over there for ages I'm a big fan of work and the Nice thing about this though is, you can depend a little bit if you want to as well as read it as a it's, it's I mean this quite an. It's an interesting subject, and how did you? Sort of came about by accident I was I was reading the. Day the beginning How the how you decided you chance to this? You're writing a book about something else. It's of yet, so it's a history of celebrity. which and it's a funny history celebrity everything I do I. Try and be funny, Ish. But it's. It's about. Seventy comfortable man, I'll give it seventeen hundred, so it's three hundred years old and stop in nineteen fifty because celebrities. After that you know that story. We know Elvis in Maryland. But Yeah I was going to try I was going to write a biography of A. Person who born in slavery these A. Black Gyco Bill Richmond who born in slavery in America, was liberated during the American. Revolutionary War. With the UK and was given an education and became a cabinet maker, and then aged forty decided to become a better boxer, his name was Bill Richmond. He became a big celebrity was pretty famous, and he told Lord Byron. How to box and he knew to Prince of Wales and really interesting story amazing story. I carried box until today was like sixty four years old. And I felt great Roy biography, and I spent seven years researching and then I kind of realized. Well okay, firstly. I don't have time to write this. Someone else wrote a biography of him instead, and it should really good is it's a book by Luke? Williams, it's fantastic schoolroom. Richmond unchained a by realized. I'd been calling him a celebrity. and. I was like Oh. If I just made that up, like did they have celebrity in eighteen twelve, if I just sort of superimposed some modern idea onto the pass, because actually. Isn't celebrity quite recent, so that's the the germ of it. That's the kind of this point, but also it's really interesting point again. You know it's not the minute you sort of think. That's a great question, but I would imagine as well looking at it. The debt, the research you must have because they i. The first person to ask this question. There isn't like just a you know it's the most. It's span so many different people and so many different elements of fame. It must have taken you a long time to to put this together. Yeah, years so. Equipment to. But some have been a few books on history. Celebrity Costa have skull in writing about history celebrity for many decades, but they tended to sort of go. It started in one, thousand, nine, hundred, and with Charlie Chaplin falling over. The past ten years or so historians have gone. No, we think it's older. We think it's at least nineteenth century. Somerset Eighteenth Century and I agree the book is my arguments, saying yeah. Eighteenth Century is when it starts, but. It was terrifying to stop this book because I went in. Thinking visibly is a this'll be a little pretty straightforward, quite small subjects you now I know what celebrity is. I'll just. To of. Big Ogling lorries. And it was the hottest thing that. Encouraged local what is? It must be difficult to define. Constantly celebrity, even because like you could say Julia seizes must have been a celebrity. He's not. He's because he's notice liberty, so I try. So yeah. I had to come online definition because there's no accepted definition of celebrity which is bizarre because we all know what it is, we. We. Celebrity master chefs on the tally here like he's not celebrity, which means that we have an implicit understanding of West Liberty is but. There was no agreed definition, so I had to come up with my own two. So why is why is really? Season is celebrity. Only. I've got to say Roy night. Right long story short. It gets quite complicated, and the book explains it much more detailed and funny, but. Celebrity is different to fame is different to renown is different to notoriety. And these different glory, and they're all interlinked similar, but the different and fame was the ancient idea, so the Romans and Greeks had fame. And for the Romans, fame was a monster sized Pharma Fa was a giant Godzilla. Like creature covered in is is mouse tongues, and she hunted you down. She stalked you down. She found you to destroy life. So of the Virgil about her is dispaced, so the idea of fame is sort of fun things, actually quite surprising but celebrity is different because for me. The checklist that you need to hit the five points to be a celebrity and we can see if you're a celebrity on this list actually. Number, I am could have a unique personality I think do and there's no herring other than this herring. And number two. Strangest need to know who you are, so people need to be up to recognize you. Know Your name even if they met you for. Number three. Your name needs to be spread by the mass media says that needs to be the involvement of media that shares your your name out. I think we can say you've done. Then before is kinda crucial. That needs to be a fascination with your private life with what's going on in your sex life in. Shops. I was GONNA. Say. I'm sure that you would take that books because I. Think your sharing that stuff, but I'm not sure anyone's listening. And then the fifth point is the most important of all that needs to be an economic marketplace attached to someone's fame. That isn't just. To say that they can make money for themselves, but the other people can make money off them. So celebrity is one who has a parasitic economy attached to them a wet by journalists and bloggers and Paparrazzi know that kind of people that can make money by writing about the story or putting photographs up on the website of somebody else. Celebrity needs to take all five of those boxes. I don't think you do afraid, so you have. Why rely on which I think better. The over and now you're renowned comedian. Renown podcast, but you're not a celebrity. I don't think but I think celebrity. Moss Jeff would have you. I've done some celebrity. Celebrity parties. I mean that's. I'd argue that. Threshold is pretty LOPA. I'm kidding. I'm more of a Best I've been on the how many times you've been all. My four four lockdown lead by fourth appearance. That's pretty good. That one hasn't been out yet so I. I you getting better with practice if he can't talk about the fourth, are you getting? The first three every take. The three I've got one round further every time, so that's. Not. Doubt First, round, second round, third round, and then have to wait and find out whether that wow continued, but for that continued of to win the fourth one. And maybe maybe I'm looking for Clinton they I hear, and I'm not GonNa should look for pointless trophy shoe background. Can we not? Nothing that might be? Hidden celebrity is is a phrase that we will use all the time and the cost. Atelli shows snippety and the title weather people now you're not celebrity. And that's not to say that they don't have great talent or great..

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"greg i" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

03:47 min | 6 months ago

"greg i" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"It wasn't a situation that any one department was holding up. It was that there are a series of steps that have to be done in order for the episode to Air to follow FCC guidelines and all that. and. It was the right kind of complicated. No, it was the right thing to do and again we didn't. We didn't have talking episode for an incredibly pivotal episode. It was just it was more important to err on the side of safety this before the official quarantine, but a lot of productions were going dark, and it was like we just can't take a risk. We don't know enough about this thing. We don't WanNA. Put anyone in arms, way or God. Forbid at home and ask is just. Let's just be safe for now safe as we can, and we'll figure this out later, but I do have to say the last three episodes that did air all could have been finales in their own right. Because of how you know, the the show just moved so beautifully. The season am so excited. And I don't want to give anything away. In case, people aren't caught up, but there is a there is a reveal of character that was very exciting to see in the in the in the preview footage for the next episode that will air and it will air eventually, and you know sure we'll be there to. We're talking to talk about afterwards and you know I just Greg. Greg I, Adore You I. We've been on this movie your journey together for ten years now and you know I you and your wife and your kids and it. Just I don't know you you. You feel like an extended family to us in Linnea loves you and you know I just I. Love Seeing you and I really hope that we get to hang out in person. Sometime soon is there. As we're wrapping this out you know. Is there a particular person that you are inspired by right now or a thing? That is inspiring you right now like what when you are tap so much to be creative. Where are you finding inspiration to sort of fill those to replenish those great resources you know it's. It's interesting because I've been doing. I've been playing McIntyre. Lot has been great I love. I know I haven't posted one in a while. You know my my kids and I have been doing a Lotta drawing and I started painting again and I haven't painted in a long time. I always said one of these days I'm GonNa start a painting again but I haven't had time. This is this is forcing me to really. Catch my breath for a minute and I will say that as as challenging in as the situation is in how hearts gone so many people that have lost. So, much you know I. AM getting a chance to catch up on ten years of last time with my kids because I've been in Georgia for so long. That I get to. Be In my house and and look at my kids every day and look at them every night before they go to bed and that's something that I hadn't been able to do for a long time because I was away filming so much, so I'm kind of. Because my kids are fourteen and seventeen and Devon's getting ready to go off to college, I'm. I remember he was a little kid. He's like a dude. He's yet. He's way cool. He's way wacoal and super grade, and but it's interesting because I'm getting this moment right before he goes off to college to really sort of. Exist with him, and I'm. It's really nice because you'll be busy again and he's GonNa. Be At college and so. That's you know like in in these in these kind of Shit Times. Finding the nuggets of joy, and any kind of hope and positivity is very important..

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"greg i" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

02:19 min | 6 months ago

"greg i" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"Genius? Owner of great long hair. And all around sweet fellow that I've known for a decade now and I just Love Greg I. Love Greg Ilab his family and we recorded this April tenth, so it's to a little over two months old, so the corn was still just under a month at this point when we talked. There is no I. Don't I'll just I'll give you a spoiler. Your wanted to hear right now. which is I don't have any dead news. At this point, so there isn't anything that is being announced in this episode. That's informational about any of the walking dead stuff, but. We do talk walking dead and just about gray's incredible career I say this on the podcast. You should really look at his. Page because he's such, an amazing special effects artists that therapy films are like Oh my God. Yes, of course. This thing was so seamlessly woven into the movie. and it's not necessarily genre movie so I didn't think of it as having special effect, but y amazing, special effects and so. Greg is. Greg is a fan of those of special effects and stuff who then became a creator of genre stuff, so it's one of the reasons one of the main reasons. Why love him so much! He has the a DVD and BLU release of his shutter series creepshow, which is the the new version of creepshow which of course I grew up. I watched the old creepshow the crucial movies when I was a kid and so glad Gregson such an amazing job. With creepshow, he was just about start shooting season. Two of creepshow win the quarantine hit so not a hundred percent sure where they are at with that. I would be surprised if they'd started. I. Don't think they've started. Shooting daily just announced that people could could start shooting stuff again so. Yes creepshow for Nicotera believe. He is G Nick Otero. On instagram, so you can follow him there for that and you know whenever we get some updated walking dead news I will let you know and now I'm going to shut up and get into the episode. Number ten seventy five with Mr Greg Nicotera. Let us roll the.

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"greg i" Discussed on Cleared Hot

Cleared Hot

12:37 min | 6 months ago

"greg i" Discussed on Cleared Hot

"Weeks off exactly right in order for your chain of command and this is military law enforcement government officials in order for your chain of commands requests orders to resonate with you. They have to have credibility right. It wasn't a week into this thing when I looked at what. Washington state declared essential versus non essential. And you can just go down. The list stores essential marijuana essential. And I'm pro all of that stuff you do whatever you WanNa do is marijuana legal. It is okay. Washington the vehicle auto licensing essential the lottery essential target yes government contracting construction essential private contractors construction non essential small businesses. You started to see. It was crystal clear that anything that padded the government's pockets was conveniently deemed essential. And as soon as you understand like okay. They're keeping everything open. That makes them money. Now you're not looking out for people safety. You could give a shit about people safety and that was one of the first things that started to make me look at this kind of cross eyed and be like what's going on here because if this is as contagious and as dangerous as you're saying it is then one or two. There's one or two things happening either. It's not or you have a disregard for people safety in businesses that make you money either. One of those things is fucking despicable. And so I just think people are looking at this. The big picture of everything that's happening with the coronavirus thing and they're losing more and more faith in their government. Government government officials credibility starting to become shot with this and. That's why people like you know what I'm not fucking sitting in my house anymore. I'm GonNa go surfing and I think a Lotta people looked at government officials shaky foundation to begin with absolutely. And that's something that they've earned over. The you know like governments become a weird thing because it on its surface it was supposed to be about public service. But let's face it. It's not about public service anymore. It's about power and I feel like as soon as you look at your service in a method that's GonNa gain you personal power. You're in it for the wrong reasons like in the military. How many. How often do we talk about like the guys? That should be promoted. The guys that should be fucking leading teams and leading platoons. A Lotta Times there guys. That don't want that. You know the opposite of what they want. It's the opposite of what they want. I fucking didn't take the sergeants board when I was in second battalion. I'm like I don't WanNa fuck promote and as soon as we landed in Afghanistan. My platoon aren't called me in his office. He's Oh guess what Greg I was just approved a combat promotion to sergeant. And there's nothing you can say about it. You're getting Alpha three one. That's your team. Go dammit bitch. And and that's to a point where I'm like my whole life. I've always felt like stepping up and taking that next step to where I'm in charge of other human beings. It's always been kind of weird for me but when I've been forced to be in leadership positions. It's something that I've always enjoyed too so I mean we we can go off on a leadership tangent for another hour but the it's important we go wherever we want to go. Yeah it's my favorite well when I was e five shooter. I thought that there was no other job on earth for me was like this is unbelievable. I have a gun and a shotgun to get an any door that I want to in breaching charges and grenades and a lot of bullets and this is amazing. And then you know my last deployment I did in two thousand and ten. I was in a leadership position. I was more stressed out than I've ever been because I was so concerned with making a decision that was going to hurt somebody else. I think if I were to reduce down to one thing it was really that that I would not be prepared are capable and I would say or do something stupid and somebody else would suffer for it but it was so rewarding to see the growth in the people that were underneath me. Yeah but it actually exceeds the enjoyment of being the shooter. If you told me that when I was five shooter I'd have been like go pack sand and get the fuck out of my way but yeah I mean. Leadership is tough man. It's and that's why I asked you. What CAN PEOPLE DO TO HELL I? It's you know a lot of times. People will fraser. Like what can cops do to help us? It's like well. What can we do is this? You know it people forget. Take the badge off like you. Three on four off do you know. It's I mean the difference being that I have no doubt that most cops even on their off days if something were to happen they're gonNA dive in and try to do the right thing as they should as I think actually everybody regardless if you have I tell you what though. That's that's not the culture that I see. Here's what I see. Shit's going down. Yeah I know it's gross. It's only one time involve myself with police and it was to help a guy who made a terrible tactical decision to get a open door. He was trying to get an incredibly hammered woman out of a car so open door so he couldn't escape on the far side. Drunk woman massive drunk dude. He was the delicious center of an Oreo. They were both hammered. And I ended up getting into a scuffle matches before I started doing Jitsu. But I still was able to get a nice guillotine in those good. Didn't know what I was doing at the fall. It was more of a crank than a choke. Sometimes worse yeah. I love that choke like did you. Tap. That's A. That's that's their last little jab try and maintain some dignity people would be like. Was it a crank or Ciocca Mike? A little bit of it's like Yeah. I mean you gotTa have some fun but as that was happening I looked up and there were people holding their phones and it's like what I can't I don't I just don't understand that I feel one. Hundred percent compelled step in in that environment. And I'll be honest with you if I was there in those cops. Just like your buddy. I would feel compelled to help that person to because the cops were in the wrong. Yeah and I think I think you should feel compelled to stand up for. What's right is a man? I think two huge things that need to be addressed and we could do a whole nother podcast on this but like sound. Leadership has the potential to change the culture of organizations and in corporations and so on and obviously look at Jaakko. He's killing it. Teaching people sound leadership principles. It is generations old stuff that he is talking about was taught to me through the generation before me which was taught to them to generate. It's not rocket science. Not I think it goes all the way back to the time. People picked up sticks and stones like in another thing. Is You know people think that there's military leadership an outside of the military leadership and there's no no there's not is good leadership which is effective bad leadership which is ineffective and. I say this when I talk organizations about leadership. I've been fortunate to see and be around the most powerful ordinance on the face of the earth and I loved it but leadership trump's that firepower by a magnitude of order in the generational change organizations. And you just see people just turning a blind eye or going the other direction and I just. I don't understand it I think and now I think the other aspect that the American culture needs right now is to learn to manage fear. I think everybody is afraid. And it's an exactly like what you just said you're watching somebody get assaulted and people are filming it instead of getting involved. And they're filming it because they know something's going on that is noteworthy exactly. Yeah whether or not they can make an one eighth. And why don't they want to get involved? They're scared because they're scared. It's as simple as that. They're scared for their own personal safety or they're scared. They're going to get in trouble or they're scared. They're going to get hurt. And I think I touched on this and one of my videos is like I came to terms as a very young man that my belief system may cost me everything up into my life like when you're deploying to Afghanistan or Iraq like it's I I would commonly think like there's a good chance as the last time I saw American soil. You know and you have to learn to overcome that fear and as soon as you do. It's like you're fucking set free. It's like the stress of fear can just tear you apart and I've I've seen it myself overseas to where it's like once you come to terms with like okay. Listen I'M NOT GONNA make stupid decisions. I'm not going to be reckless. I'm going to try and stay alive. But if they fucking get me get me and I have to understand that. That's a reality of the game that I'm playing and you actually have no control over exactly and detach and this is easier said than done but detaching yourself and realizing that you can't control the outcome and the only thing that you can control is yourself that's actually what's going to keep you alive. Fear of death. I try to explain this to people. Fear of death is not what keeps you alive. It actually could shorten your life faster than anything. Yeah because you're getting shot at so you take an e behind cover and you're like fuck. I know I need to move but I'm scared and while you're sitting there paralyzed. Your enemy is hooking around you and actually know you're in a complicated ambush instead of a linear one and you're still in the thing that I always say about when I'm talking about Combo if shooting at you. The only way to shoot back is to be able to identify where they're at and getting a position where you can see them and engage them and if you can engage them guess what they can engage you. But that's part of the game but if you just hunker behind a wall and cower exactly what she said GonNa get maneuver dog and it's fear though that keeps you behind that wall absolutely and it's an an. I'll be the first to tell you like it's easier said than done. It is and it's and it's funny because it's a it's a trained skilled. It's something that you maintain because when I was in Ramadi for those two years it got to the point. Rpg shot you. It didn't even register like Oh that one didn't hit the vehicle cool man. This is probably also not safe and then we got attacked in Baghdad. Like years later and it was that year that I was in Erbil right and do you. Don't even hear a gunshot in her bill. I've heard Edmund pretty far up north way up north in the Kurdish area. You can go to the mall. You can go out to dinner and stuff. It's not even Iraq. It's bizarre. There's an instagram count from air bill and it's got like it shows like luxury pool. It's pretty crazy. Actually a buddy of mine showed it to me. I wish I could remember the name. But there's an instagram influence here Iraq. I wonder if it's Sheridan maybe place there but So we were bill for like a year and then shot down to Baghdad for just a couple of days for some detail. I don't remember what we're doing and Damore hit right outside of my bedroom and shattered the windows and all the Glass Flynn and I fucking hit the ground and got that huge adrenaline dump and and I was like. Oh you fucking lost it. Didn't you didn't even use to register when that kind of stuff happened so like facing your fear and managing it. It's an ongoing process for sure. I think if I had to throw it a hypothesis. I think that is probably why you went. I enjoy Jujitsu. The way that we do is a huge tool and I know we're always going to circle the conversation back to judy. There's a reason why I kick myself in the ASS for not starting in being so resistant. I literally was resistant. Because my friends told me that it was awesome. You Fuck you because you don't get your be. You don't get to tell me how to have fun but then I think about I'm like why do I like it. There's a huge essence of unknown. Both parties have a vote. There's a skill component. There's a physical component a mental component. A ton of variables. You have to face you know how you GONNA act when you lose how you GonNa Act when you win in the long term. And it's all this incremental exposure adds up over time which is the same thing about learning how to control fear and the biggest point. I try to make people as it's okay to be afraid but don't let fear drive your decision making process you have to manage..

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"greg i" Discussed on Mark Simone

Mark Simone

07:25 min | 7 months ago

"greg i" Discussed on Mark Simone

"High Saturday, upper sixties, dry, weather Sunday and memorial. Day I'm meteorologist. Ken Boone. Well Break Jarrett. Is the Fox News legal analyst and he's a great bestselling authors. You get his books. The Russia hoax witch-hunt phenomenal books, and he's the best illegal political analyst around Greg Jarrett. How you doing? Hey, mark, be with you. I'm fine, thanks. Hey so let let me get straight now, Obama Gate. That's nothing but trump firing the inspector general that is the crime of the century. Is that how it works? Yeah I guess. It is the twisted world of the media mob and Democrats You know I I find it. hard to believe really that the conspiracy evidence continues to grow now declassified document of Susan, rights cya memo in which it's pretty clear that they decided to target. General Michael Flynn and then of course. You know the skull Tori evidence that that. Flynn was innocent all along that they invented a pretext in order to lay a perjury trap that all of this evidence of innocence was hidden from the court. He was hidden from the Flynn Defense Team and now you've got a federal judge. WHO DOESN'T WANNA follow the law? I wrote a column this week, saying you know the fence needs to file a writ? AMANDIME is to kick judge and it Sullivan off the case or order him to follow the law, and as I was writing that column. Indeed, that's what Flynn's defense attorney did so you I? It's disturbing that a federal judge seems not only oblivious to the bare facts of the own. K., his own case. But he seems to be either ignorant of the law or unwilling to follow it. Wow. It looks more to me like. He's the most partisan. Judicial activist. Have you ever seen a case? where the judge took over the prosecution, the judge decided to prosecute the guy. Now I've never had I mean it is a clear violation of the separation of powers embodied in the constitution, and you know a judge under the constitution is to preside over cases and controversies. When there's no longer a controversy when the Department of Justice representing the executive branch makes the decision to drop a case to dismiss the charges based on prosecutorial abuse, not to mention innocence. The judge cannot decide. Oh, I'm leaving the Judicial Branch of government I'm GONNA take off my robe, step down from the bench and act now as a prosecutor again violation of the separation of powers, and there there is well established case law that a judge can't do that. His job is simply ministerial e signs the document on the motion to dismiss if he doesn't like the decision of the prosecutors too damn bad. You know the losses. It's none of his business whether he thinks it's wrong or corrupt around just irrelevent. That's the unfettered discretion of the executive branch the Department of Justice. Yet, but the reason the judge can't do that is via ever. Judge Ever tried that. The media coverage the news coverage would be overwhelming. It'd be the lead story on every evening. News would be the front page of every paper. The judge would be driven from office. What happens if you suddenly live in a world where the press the media will totally totally ignore this and not do their job. Then how how do you get anything done then? Well I mean you have to stand up for the rule of law regardless of what the media says, but you know the media which drove the witch hunt narrative of the Russia hoax. is is really not only shameless, disgraceful, but unapologetic for getting it all wrong. I. Devoted an entire chapter of my last book hunt. To the malevolence of the media they are are so driven by their hatred of trump that they're willing to believe. Anything even that he's a secret Russian agent, a Manchurian candidate, which is what they said for three long years when it turned out not to be true, they didn't have the decency to say. Gee, sorry, got it wrong. He Greg Jarrett besides legal expertise. You're a media expert. Don't you think they should say to themselves? We just attack him. Twenty four seven non stop for four years. We've marginalized ourself. Nobody's listening anymore. We're the ultimate boy who cried wolf. Why don't they figure that out? Well you would think they. Would you know look at any of the polling data and surveys and you know the the media is. At the very. You know you know along with you. Know Garbage Collectors I. Suppose there there you know, and no insult to refuse engineers, but you know. The there is no respect for the media anymore. It's y mark that the moniker fake news sticks because a great many Americans. Realize that it's driven by a hatred of trump, and it's entirely slanted against him, and so you know most Americans you know view. The reporting scans a they don't believe in. And we only have a few seconds left now most of even trump supporters and I i. understand I. Don't blame them. They'll always say nobody's ever going to jail for this Obama gave no matter what report comes, nobody ever gets arrested. Will anybody ever get charged in this? Yeah. It's a very good possibility you know. Just look at the comments that we impart made on Monday at a news conference in which. He said this was a case that should never have been brought that. The criminal justice system is now being weaponized by law enforcement, and it's wrong. And the people who did it will be held accountable and Sarah, In close contact with US Attorney John. Durham is investigating air to all the origins of line of the Feis CICLE. Now the latest you know, the Flynn case is set up a frame job and hiding evidence of innocence while pursuing an innocent man. Well I said. We're out of time, but every Greg Jarrett books the Russia hoax which and we'll see on TV today some at some point. Yet you likely will I was on Fox and friends this morning. more to do the of the day Hey, also. You got a great website. Greg Jarrett Dot Com. Check that out and a great stuff there. It's actually the Greg Jarrett Dot Com Greg Jarrett Dot Com and Greg..

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"greg i" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

11:35 min | 8 months ago

"greg i" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Like I said Greg I used to think that this was an option this taken away from me and I'm not so sure that this this country this world rotates very well without the anticipation of the curiosity of live sports because in our daily lives we just don't have enough tingles enough things that they they can get us excited and curious and not know the outcome as we do and we have sports and and that that is just been I think exemplified over the last couple weeks so badly we need not want not optional but how badly we need those in our life well we really do I mean you know just listen to that little piece of play it was that the twins there yeah that was phenomenal and you heard the crowd in the back yes you gonna be out are safe at home we don't know until the plays you know right now you take the crowd out of it what would have been like him come around home plate yeah I mean the guys would do celebrated together but they wouldn't have had that same feeling that they have with that crowd explodes like that and you know a lot of it and we go back to wrestling Mike you know the people we were different than the football players and the baseball players and hockey players you know the people who watch him play but they didn't they couldn't get close to yeah they had the uniforms on they didn't really get to see the faces and wrestling they saw your face that got involved in your emotions and they got emotional about it a lot of them put themselves in that position where they wanted to bring it in the ring whether it's I'm wrestling Bobby Heenan and he's the bad guy and they want to see me kick the crap out of them they might want to kick the crap out of there bought a box and they get that feeling out of yeah you know and it's the same thing with base what you see is what you want to be constant note there right you want to go in there flex your muscles exactly you know you played a lot of sports you know what it's like yes it is funny yeah it isn't it we get a crowd there it's even more fall I mean it just you can't explain the feeling of it to anybody that hasn't done it in it hasn't been in that position you know it's interesting that I talked to Vikings are played in the air the play of bread farmer named in through there and I see what was the highlight of your career and I'm not good I'm talking Adrian Peterson Chad greenway been Lieber a number of a master took in you know what they've all said the game at New Orleans well they lost the game and Norris go to Super Bowl it was incredibly disappointing because they look like they're gonna want to go to the Super Bowl but the point being because the electricity the ambiance you dissipation the crowd the noise that's your number one memory that's how powerful that is Kathleen yeah it is I mean that's what you know I go back to them right there's a few other means a lot of we had a lot of really good arenas the rustling in in good matches and I always go back to that feeling I had in the ring you know when you get down and you get that or you are going into doing this speaking engagement I try to get myself in that mind set that I am back in the ring if you get that adrenaline flowing and you know everything comes easier and you can relate that emotion to the people out in the audience and then they feed off that if you don't have that this is the feed off the people in the audience it's hard to really get yourself that point to make a really good delivery I guess yeah what whether you're just doing it on the field or in the ring or even on your radio show I mean it's it's got to be hard for you but usual grading motion thank you I listen to you and I can I can get myself into what you're talking about and get the feeling of it but it is tough because you don't you don't see anybody when I give a speech J. C. people I see other reacting to I feel I'm going too long I'm going over there to good mood today or not today you can't do that radio just frustrated me about this medium but you have to pretend and yes still bring the energy did you kiss that you did you look at it when you came I would imagine resting crowds you didn't have to do a lot of paperwork but did you did you look at it is your responsibility to create the energy in the building or once I mean those people paid to see you perform it was your job to get them involved and I get I remember match we had in San Francisco in the cul palace and that was that people were a long ways away from the ring it was a big building and it was really hard to feel the emotion of the people that we're arresting Tito Santana and Rick Martel will how do you get that draw well I tell you this was and it was a really it's a really tough crowd in San Francisco yeah so we go out in as Martel and Santana go out in the ring the people are already doing in growing B. S. B. C. S. yeah and then we come out we get the same feedback yeah we go oh my god eighteen minutes into the match and we heard we heard all this is just it's horrible eighteen minutes of the match we had I'm standing who are you cheering for they just were cheering for us we don't care who they are yeah or we finally grab that crowd and we would have going forty two minutes of the next twenty four minutes we head up standing the whole match it was you would you make a decision on the fly as soon as we got it now let's extend this thing and you don't pay them too soon became well usually one you just you you have you get such a feeling that everybody gets pumped up and you just everything gets going better everybody gets stronger and we came out of the ring and we went back to the locker mo we got back there everybody on the card these are all you know from ray Stevenson Nick Bockwinkel by Vernon Baron von ranch ski they all came up and said it was the greatest matches ever see really yeah and they said that is that crowd is where the heart is crushed in the country and that was unbelievable and that's what you learn as you travel over time right I mean we we know because we've been no Jesse told me that he used to sometimes they bring him in and you just have to do a pose down in other words yeah the crusher might be that the match of the night but and yes you would come in he would he wrestle he just to oppose I think you can say that the crowd I was just a really good though a reading the tea leaves of a crowd he was he was good at talking to people in the arena yep and they did they hated him so much and he he he wasn't very good in the ring and actually put it into donis that's why sometimes you just to oppose Downey when he Russell right yeah in India and we Kerry the match usually get Jesse and went where he had control of it so yes yeah one would look good but but yes he had that he had that he made of people he made people hate him yeah you know and they wanted to see him get the crap beat out of Bobby Heenan was probably the best of all of them I mean they hated him so much and you know that was his real personality but they want they want to see him get the crap beat out of them and most of the time that's what happened how about buckling call yeah he I mean he was saying he was a little different he was you know the people they didn't like him he was arrogant right indeed by design yeah he was like that in the ring and another ring okay it was the difference you know back then what you saw in the ring is what you got out of the ring so so but but when it did the skillful for your dad or whoever else was to say okay I need I need an arrogant guy I need a Jesse I need an Adonis but with the E. we can't have all the same kind of different right well yeah everybody's there it is just you go back the old westerns if you don't have a good guy and a bad guy yeah what happens there's no there's no movie right right and in the people it was and when I went back when I was going with with the hockey and football baseball in the the people didn't get to relate to them as much because they didn't see their faces we did the interviews so we did an interview and we have to be a you know you have to be yourself and you have to show some emotion to to get the people involved and they would either like you or dislike you yep and even sometimes you know we got booed hello I mean we wrestled in places where we got booked in on you know you just keep doing your thing but they don't get that they couldn't get that with the football players or the baseball players hockey players yeah so they they got they got so into you that when you got the ring they either love you or hate you and that but really you fed off that and we don't have anybody in the arena I think they don't now I don't know how to make the case to a much wrestling on TV the other night W. WWW and coming up with the wrestling at the performance center with with no people yeah and yeah and the matches were doll yeah you know it they were just all yeah because you need the guys look out into the crowd in in in support and say something you need that will even have to be you feed off the crowd was the crowds excited about yeah it's like a comedian when he gets the people laughing yeah you laugh right with them yep exactly you know you feed off them and if you're a comedian you don't get any laughs here it's hard for the people watch and it's harder for you up there you know when the whole queue center ring you did what well it was funny I was with him in Los Angeles when when my brother about grace United went out for the premiere on the fox network and hope was there yeah and you know he left the NWA and kind of bad yeah and then he called me over and we started talking and he said and this is where I go back to the ring Fauria he said you know you're the guy we were in Chicago at the Rosemont horizon sold out we're wrestling Bockwinkel ray Stevens and Jerry Blackwell woman are in the hulk yeah they get the ring in the up by being with them we come out we get the roof hit the ring and they bailed out in a hoax did one of his whole call cops in June was standing on one side of them and I was on the other and this is what Paul told me he said you're the one that said Jim grabbed my teachers T. shirt and we both took our damages toward off of a real slow yeah and those people what absolutely what happens you know from that time on we didn't have to do a whole lot they were into it the hall because the hawk the local stock market he said that day that's what I had to do every time I went the rain he said you're the one that gave it to me then so Hey man I wish we could do it all night we will defer night but thank you so much is always fun to have you on because I can hit that on switch you know that I get good stuff from Greg Gagne so keep working out I also sometime we'll see each other health club again I hope so otherwise you know you got that big Jim at your house with yeah if the virus if you know after the two weeks are now to the end of April you know invite me over come on overall class unified love to hide things Greg lake take care given that Greg Gagne always just fun to.

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"greg i" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"greg i" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Looking for Greg he's understandably agitated and simply wants to get this deal done okay all right is is this president trump come on Eric where's your buddy Greg I'm a busy man he's my buddy but I don't know where he is I I have no idea how to get in touch with him okay I'm here I'm ready to make a deal just then as if on cue Greg Russ did indeed phone in and began negotiating with president trump in an effort to strike a deal that would ultimately free Santa Claus an attack it is gas just as a great you didn't have Santa Claus yes I am the one who kidnap Santa Claus there will be no Christmas this year Donald Trump all right I know you don't really take like that so how bout you use your real voice that nearly whiplash or whatever okay let's get to it why would you kidnap Santa Claus because I don't want anyone else to have a joyous Christmas listen we need to come to a deal okay let's negotiate I am the best negotiator obviously everybody knows this so let's make a deal I understand you have a list of demands yes and these demands need to be met if they are not met Santa Claus is not getting out alive well listen slow down let's go to these one by one okay what's the first one first on the list is I need a law passed in maybe can help with this being president in the United States I need a law that decrees no Christmas commercials air on TV before the second Monday in December alright look it's going to be a little tough I can't write an executive order and that Congress doesn't like me very much right now in case you're not paying attention to the news but what I can do is reach out to some of the top TV executives out there I know a lot of people in TV so let me take care of that then at St you did have that apprentice show though I did prefer the season with Arnold total flop just like the last terminator movie garbage all right what's the second demand number two on the list is that Eric von Hesler needs to listen to Paul McCartney's awful Christmas song wonderful Christmastime every day twice a day because he has neglected me as a friend well you really had a good day would you learn that from ISIS no but I did learn kidnapping for my sis you're a cruel man gray dress let me tell you this I can issue an executive order that makes Eric von Hesler have to listen to Paul McCartney's wonderful Christmastime over and over and over the worst Christmas unable to look it is the worst Christmas and of all time I will make him do it what do next demand the last man on my list is I would like a lifetime supply of spanks you want somebody to spank you now this is the women's activewear yeah any any pain as the real expensive ones millennia wears those issues now this is what you want these pants I look good in ladies pants but I can't argue with that you are very they're handsome you're very good looking guy listen I'll agree to all of your demands are right I need you to do one thing for me okay what you have to say merry Christmas to all the hipsters in Brooklyn every day from now until Christmas I'm not doing it now that's not happening look great I am the world's best negotiator everybody knows this right everybody know look I'm dealing with China I can deal with China I can deal with people in the Middle East anyway the rest look I need to wrap this up okay you either agree with our kids are I walk I'm walking if you don't agree I'm not doing it you don't agree to the terms okay no no no wait wait okay I men I agree you really are the world's greatest negotiator so you're saying we have a deal we have a deal and I gotta go back it's important to do the card Santa come on get out of here.

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"greg i" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"greg i" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"Greg i started off by just talking about what his role was on the project and the process of how the movie was made so the for the company i was working for rena fire you know i was the visual effects supervisor for the project and so the film itself was broken up into several sequences which were doled out to various effects houses around the country and so you know i was responsible for sort of making sure that the shots that we had were consistent and look and so i think the team was about wanna say about our team is about fifty artists and there were to mid level supervisors underneath me as well so you know we were all kind of tasked with ensuring that when shots drop into the we're looking at them all together and contacts and saying okay this one is off this one's perfect this one could be better that's that's a big part of my job as an effect supervisors is sort of quality control and and not just sort of being creative on the show but also sort of managing the process and making sure they ever looking at things the same way and working the same way after getting a bit of a handle on the logistics behind sky captain i asked greg to talk a bit about some of the biggest challenges in bringing the vision to life we were we were tasked with doing the rocket cavern sequence and so that sequence was particularly challenging because it was a big sequence lou over a hundred shots but.

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"greg i" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"greg i" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

"To change or objection that was spot on it was spooky like he was bringing us insights from the edge of death and we all started jumping a little when he'd do it in this way little by little the projects roadmap took shape the order of the lifter consortium to try the approaches to try with each the way to pitch the kickstarter even the story board for the video and engineering suggestions for sifting regal hug slept on his hospital bed in the living room in theory we all took turns sleeping on the sofa next to him but in practice i was the only one who could sleep the groans he'd make an asleep but still wake up when he rashed horsely for his bed pan it was just after two one night when he woke me up by croaking my name greg hey greg i woke and found that he'd adjusted the bed to sit up straight and he was more animated than he'd been in weeks his is bright and alert what is it pug he pointed at a crack in the drapes a sliver of light coming through them full moon tonight he said i looked at the blue white triangle of light looks like it i said open the curtains i got up and padded to the window and pulled the curtains back on little dust rain down from the rods that made me sneeze out the window perfectly frame by like an hd shot in a documentary was the moon so big and bright it looked like a painted set lit up with the spotlight we both started at for a moment it's the moon illusion he said makes it seem especially big because we don't have anything to compare it to once it dips a little lower on the horizon and the roofs in the tree branches are in the same plane it'll seem small again that's the sturgeon moon august moon my favorite moon the moon you sometimes get at the burn it was almost time for the bern and mike.

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"greg i" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"greg i" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

"To change or objection that was spot on it was spooky like he was bringing us insights from the edge of death and we all started jumping a little when he'd do it in this way little by little the projects roadmap took shape the order of the lifter consortium to try the approaches to try with each the way to pitch the kickstarter even the story board for the video and engineering suggestions for sifting regal hug slept on his hospital bed in the living room in theory we all took turns sleeping on the sofa next to him but in practice i was the only one who could sleep the groans he'd make an asleep but still wake up when he rashed horsely for his bed pan it was just after two one night when he woke me up by croaking my name greg hey greg i woke and found that he'd adjusted the bed to sit up straight and he was more animated than he'd been in weeks his is bright and alert what is it pug he pointed at a crack in the drapes a sliver of light coming through them full moon tonight he said i looked at the blue white triangle of light looks like it i said open the curtains i got up and padded to the window and pulled the curtains back on little dust rain down from the rods that made me sneeze out the window perfectly frame by like an hd shot in a documentary was the moon so big and bright it looked like a painted set lit up with the spotlight we both started at for a moment it's the moon illusion he said makes it seem especially big because we don't have anything to compare it to once it dips a little lower on the horizon and the roofs in the tree branches are in the same plane it'll seem small again that's the sturgeon moon august moon my favorite moon the moon you sometimes get at the burn it was almost time for the bern and mike.

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"greg i" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast

Ross Tucker Football Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"greg i" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast

"You know greg i said last week i thought the difference between went and falls and there's a bunch of them but one of them was that went says a touchdown maker in that folds really isn't it i i guess i gotta take that back a little beden give full credit key he made about you touchdowns yeah and and one thing to keep in mind nick garage choose me caution when dole large large large majority of wins his touchdowns in the red zone and there were many because the eagles were the best red zone team in the nfl but but but literally every one but maybe one or two of winches red zone touchdowns ross they were structured designed to plays they were not second reaction improvisational place so in other words the design of the past scheme was creating the throws so falls just went through the design at a pass game now his first touchdown tell shine jeffrey was outstanding because the reid was to the other side of the field and the throw was not there and he stayed in the pocket and jeffrey made a beautiful adjustment on the route but that was a late in the down pocket throw in some ways that was a second reaction throw just from the pocket so this is interesting to me greg we talked about this before but we see carson wentz make all these amazing plays outside of structure that uh we marvel at but most of those are middle of the field or even you know backed up or wherever and now not really in the red zone that's interesting yeah noah we studied that uh uh specifically last week because you know you get the sense just watching throughout the season wins is making so many plays outside of structure and he he does at times and their spectacular so we remember those but when all said and done the large majority of big plays.

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"greg i" Discussed on Dear Hank and John

Dear Hank and John

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"greg i" Discussed on Dear Hank and John

"We are here to do today do you want to answer our ask an answer some questions from our listeners greg i would love to all right well at us with our first one and then you can do the second one i really wanna get to this and so i just going to start with at is from andrea who asked her dear hank in greg i am currently trying to steady but it keeps getting distracted by the no food sign in the library i know this question doesn't lend itself to a podcast but it is i know this question doesn't lend itself well to a podcast but is the middle piece of food in the attached picture a slab of raw perhaps in oddly sliced beat i need to know andrea i will put this picture up on the patriots you don't have to be a patron to look at it just so that everybody can see what we're talking about is clearly three items of what has been labelled food there's an apple there is a piece of bread and greg what does that mental thank me me ho chi right i more like a role may be a role of bread exactly a general it will somebody in their dutch up her is clearly a slice of what appears to be some kind of meat but with a giant white center indicating as of bone and a cut fruit yeah it is maybe just the leg of a cow it's it looks maybe like a stake it also maybe looks like a piece of bread that it's been dyed red and maybe it's got like the whole thing going where they cut the and they put it in the cut like the middle out of the bread and kirk an egg into it and that but it's year have you ever seen it on the year you the whole thing of waco raid into grab people i draw arne for a memory dry pea could shoot for it strikes me as somebody graf somebody was like i know you've washed a looney tunes that for where their ed cut wouldn't be drawn to meet right now meets up like when you have the.

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"greg i" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"greg i" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"I thank you okay i know i can't believe that lap thirty eight at i was speechless but what i wanted to say was is that something i noticed when i was raised in my john back in the late ninety is that they wanted stop keeping score petit ballgame because they didn't want anybody to lose and i think that no that's that's part of the mentality of our country where it's like oh no just tried hard than last okay and you know what that's not okay you even win or lose and if you don't put forth to effort to win then you know get any i think as you as you thi this up i actually think it's even worse than what we've been saying over the past several years this is actually it's not that we you know everybody wins to me now as you as i'm listening to you in as i think about all of us it's about promoting at a very young age this notion of radical egalitarianism that's what it is it's not a conspiracy or anything it's a mentality it's a mindset you can't have people who are successful successful at sports even at that level in that age successful business he here the republicans talking about it we're going to get the rich here yet i ran a blow stayed in your rich you're going to pay more tax like excuse me excuse me and you're making these arguments anyway go ahead greg i've made the decision that because of the way our government is going i know too that i know that my health care is on me i.

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