19 Burst results for "Guy Thomas"
"guy thomas" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"And so as we become more technology evolves, weaken do ever more with over less, which means First you had people delivering ice to your icebox. And then you had a fridge Aerator. And then the next evolution is to be able to grow food in your house. You don't need it. It never stops. There's no, there's no ending point. We will continually get better at taking care of ourselves and living abundantly and doing and using less resource is and damaging the environment less along the way. So then what was the second part is questions well, when you when you look at the way this this's such a large paradigm shift, you know, some people think It's very primitive, very hippy, very sort of new age back to the commune type view of the world, but I don't see it that way either. And I think that what you're trying To get us to understand is that as we open up the source of technology to everyone exponentially we released the creative energy of everybody. Yeah, and the very simple equation of how that plays out is you're familiar with the term research and development. And you know, like DuPont has research and development and they hire people to go in and wear lab coats, and they have very defined directives. Teo do To advance their research in our particular case, we have you and entire rest of the population of the planet to contribute to this project in any other open source projects. That is why, by the way, open source is going to be 20. Years time. They'll look back historically, when, when his open source began to really Click with society. It's It's a very attractive thing. Anyone pretty much has a brain and understands concepts. Given the Internets capacity to have brought this I guess one would say this collaborative ideology of planetary consciousness being made into actually planetary action. Could this work without the Internet? Sure. But it's a lot harder to be a lot lower, more localized, You know, it's really funny there. There's just beautiful examples of people using technology and alternative purposes. That do a lot to eliminate the need for some of the things like the Internet. I don't know if you've heard of this, but in in Africa, they have the most brilliant ATM system you could possibly imagine. Any village in the middle of nowhere, have nothing. All they have is one cell phone. One person, the village that has a cell phone. The cell phone person of the village. And if you have a relative in that village and you want to send them money You buy a phone card, and you send that code to the guy who owns the phone. He gets the codes that he gets the money on the card You just put on and then he walks over to the hut with your cousin and he gives him the money minus the commission that he takes Like a bank would take To do that, So this guy's done what a bank could do with a cell phone. That's that's creative. Oh, and I think that that's what you all invite everybody to do. I mean, you actually invite people from around the planet who have devised because there are so many brilliant creative. It reminds me for years we worked with individual scientists like you'll Brown and Brown's gas and you know that he had found a way to do things that status quo and the government and the other scientific institutions forbid. So that this thing's takes out of control central government corporations and says Look, folks, you have a good idea that can really help the planet and others bring it forward. Yeah. Well, yeah, and going and frankly, it doesn't take a rocket science if you look a capitalistic model, If the model is where everyone's goal is to be richer and more free than everybody else, you got this integrated competition built into its everybody's fighting. Even if there's no need for more than the directive is to fight, because that's the rules. I mean, that's what's so funny about this thing. It's really it has nothing to do with materials. It has everything to do with just a belief system. And what's so hilarious is Guy Thomas Mouth us who started us on this and the modern economics vision who said Scientifically that there's not enough stuff to support the amount of people in the world the amount of people in the world that we're alive at the time when he said that Was 1/12 what it is now, so obviously he's wrong. Science was wrong, and he didn't even account for technology. That's actually just never stop humoring me. Oh, and it's interesting when you think about Patton malls because there's so many opportunities for people to be creative. And then the patent laws in the way in which trademarks, etcetera prevent the creative activity from happening because then it's too much competition for the status quo in charge. This says Screw all that fly by night, share it with the world. Yeah, it does. And I can. I can share a personal thing on that. I'm an inventor. I have a pen for something. I know that process of patent searches. I know that competitive. Life of what that is for an inventor or someone trying Teo to sell a patent or an idea or manufactured themselves, and I've also gone the route of creating open source. Let me say to any inventors out there. You will have so much more fun when you open sources. Because anything that you come up with open source It's It's like you don't have to do any of that searching because if I come up with a widget that someone else has come up with six months ago, and he's got a patent for it. But I've created. Maybe I didn't see his pad. But I've I've created the similar thing, but I've open sources have said, Hey, I don't want to keep all the money or any money for this. I just think it's a great idea. Here it is, Everybody. I can't be soon. You can't come to me and assuming because you've given it away. Because I never wanted to make money on. That's the rule comics. The rule is you don't get to make more than anybody else. That's the only rule if you can live with the rule that you get to make a cz much as everybody else, and that's the game. You know the game is we all go up at the same time..
"guy thomas" Discussed on WEEI
"Rory McIlroy, now part of a three way tie for the very early lead at the U. S open at Wing Foot, Rory is to wonder through five hold this morning. Tiger Woods just bogeyed number four and number five. So he is now two over for his RAM, Jordan Speaketh Column or a cow and Justin Thomas. Those last you guys Thomas more Keller are playing with Tiger there all at even par. We will not see Dustin Johnson, Phil Mickelson or the scientist, the scientist this afternoon. If the Pac 12 wants to play football this fall, California and Oregon will not stand in the way, apparently right after the Big 10 announce its return. Catch. Wolf Commissioner Larry Scott pointed out that those two states were still not allowing contact practice. But California Governor Gavin Newsom lifted those restrictions yesterday, and neither state has any covert 19 protocols that would keep their six schools from actually playing games. The Pac twelve's next meeting is tomorrow if they change their mind and play late October or early November. Is the assumed start date The blade. Meanwhile, setting November 25th as the start date for men's and women's college basketball and a gate athletes off on election day, moving forward so they can vote and participate other civic activities. It's kind of ridiculous that it's not a national holiday for everybody a day off of work, or at least get out of work early to go vote. It's kind of obscene that we don't In courage, our citizens to do this, But the very least get young people to know it's a priority. Hey, you have the day off. You need to go vote. This is why you have the day off, I think is awesome. Let's go back to Thursday night Football. Cleveland may have soured on Baker Mayfield, but he has a fan left in Bangles head coach Zach Taylor. He's got great twitch. You get the ball out. You know, he's knackered players. Tough. Seems like the guys like plan with him. You know, he always their level of play. I don't know personally haven't really been around. Maybe that's why you're still high on him. Taylor and the Bangles visit Baker and the Browns on Thursday night Football. I don't really know anything about him, but I think he's pretty awesome. He seems really accountable has got a great relationship with Odell back Cos a true winner of the NFL, you could see the guys really rally around. I mean, I don't know him at all. I haven't watched a minute of gameplay so I could be totally off on this, but it seems like he's really accountable. Really professional says all the right things really respectable others. Oh, wait a second. I have no idea about Baker Mayfield. Niners tight end George Kid will not expected to practice at all this week with a sprained knee but still could play Sunday at the Jets Steeler running back James Caan in practice yesterday because of the ankle injuries suffered in my nights wind at the Giants and Broncos going Ray Jay Boy goes on I R with a dislocated shoulder. Garrett Cole recently had 1.5 bad starts in a row, leading to speculation he might be a bust. But the new Yankee ace has settled down. He took a no hitter in the sticks hitting last night. He allowed just one run on three hits over seven while his offense went deep. Seven times. The Yanks blew out the Blue Jays again 13 ending their win streak to seven. You know, since last week when Morales swore off the Yankees, they've been to this amazing Win streak. You know more as I'm going to give you the platform right now, tell us. You know how you feel about your Yankees. Sorry about that. I have no time. Okay, Go on, baby. Thanks, Ta. The Twins avoided a three game sweep 51 at the White Sox last night. There now two games behind Chicago in the A L. Central, the Reds on a season long five game win streak, thanks to a one nothing final over the Pirates, Cincinnati in ST Louis or five games behind the Cubs in the central Chicago. Goodbye, Cleveland last night 32 in 10. That's four wins in a row for them. And the Dodgers are the first team to clinch a playoff spot this season eight consecutive years. Now in the post season that is the longest active streak in baseball and the third longest all time center. Brayden point remains in doubt as the Lightning prep for Game six with the Islanders this evening. It's their second chance to reach the Stanley Cup finally leave. The serious now three games to two point was hurt in Game two. Miss Game three, played Game four but aggravated his injury and then missed Game five. And MLS last night. FC Dallas a 41 win over Colorado. Three of their goals from Santiago Mascara D a back to you, Santiago, the scientist when we come back the scientists here on the D a show we've got your.
"guy thomas" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Yeah and really interesting measure of the difference between this era and our era is that. the Kennedy campaign did not expect some automatics to take credit or even to take any public role whatsoever the idea that if you're gonNA hire a company, you should probably not admit to it. Seems to have been the one the animated especially, Bobby Kennedy, who was furious when someone maddox started saying? Well, we know we're responsible for Kennedy's victory. Well, one of my favorite parts of the story is what happens after the nineteen sixty election, which is that in January, a story appears in Harper's magazine. a bout symbol mathematics and his role in the Kennedy campaign. Tell us about this. Yeah. Is it's an article called the people machine like Super Spooky, sounding and by this Guy Thomas Be Morgan. WHO's a freelance writer? He's you know he's written for Harper's esquire places. Morgan does not reveal that he's said Greenfield's best friend and that he also was the editor of all those reports and he goes on to become the director of PR the editor of reports that they did for the Kennedy camp. Right in the middle of this, but none of this is disclosed in the story. He doesn't disclose any of it, but it is actually a really interesting article and it's not entirely all booster ISM. I mean Morgan very carefully raises all the ethical questions around. Well. Okay. So this happened in one hundred percent sure that it it's way the election but we we should be asking some questions about whether this is if it does way elections is this okay. Is, is this the right thing to do but what the Kennedy Campaign sees is just This big headline that says Kennedy used a robot. Deferred to a robot like the his campaign was run by a robot and Kennedy had run with a lot of opposition to automation, which is big electoral issue in nineteen sixty. So put him in a real pickle and he was kind of a great story. So it wasn't so much the Harper story but always does you know right before the inauguration all over the country newspapers even little newspapers picked it up and wrote about it and we've elected a robot president. It was just kind of like think of kind of nineteen sixties. Automation dystopia stuff just kind of all leaks out of the story and suddenly the nation's like. WHOA. This is this could be really bad and so the Kennedy campaign has to try to backtrack and Pierre, Salinger senior spokesperson says Oh. No, we've never even heard of similar matic's just just not true..
"guy thomas" Discussed on Mixergy
"From both ends. All right. Let me talk about my second sponsor and then come back in here until and. Then I've got one other thing. That I was curious about last time we talked I. Think you're giving fifty percent of your profits to your employees. Something like that I've got written down, but it was. It was some kind of buckling system where you were saying. I have people who are brand new at the company essentially and. Twenty four years old eligible for twenty dollars in bonuses just because we're splitting it all straight I. Want to know what happened with that whole bonus system. Because that was a tough one, our second sponsors, a company called top talent. Did you hire from top will? Not. There, for their place to go hire developers, just recently, talking to the founder of a company called picker. What they do is enable people to post links to all the things that they love online that their followers might interested in, and then they get a link to get a commission of people by this is a partial. A Spanish based company and I said what are you hiring from top for? He said we had this thing and every time. We want somebody to to do a job faster. We go to them like we have this idea that we wanted this aggregation page and we knew our guy could do it. In Two thousand one story points, which means a week worth of work I, said. Why'd you go top down? That doesn't seem that long ago, but we went to top towel and Thomas over there was able to get it done in about a day and a half. That's amazing, but why is it that your people can work as fast as an outsider? He said well. We don't think of top towels. Outsiders this Guy Thomas who works at top towels been doing ongoing work for us only when we need them to do stuff that level, and then we say, thank you. Thomason we move on with our work? And so they tap top towel the way some people might tap Amazon web services to just like scale up with the with the service they need and then scaled down. All right I'd like just I will say that are like that will. They will hire full time people. They'll hire teams of people. Many people in my audience have done that, but if you're out there, listening to me and you need to hire somebody to do a project to have somebody on board when you.
"guy thomas" Discussed on Chicks in the Office
"Daisy Keach if you are familiar with Tik Tok than you know that these Keech was big on Tick Tock. She joined the high-powered now. She's suing the hype House. Because you can you give a little hype house background for those. Maybe he'd be out what we're talking about. Yes so those are I was gonna say for the people who do know. Take going to explain the yes no tick tock is a group of Tick Tock. Creators called the high pass and they were there all between the ages of Charlie demilio. Who's fifteen through twenty two might be the oldest one? I think are like all around there. Nineteen Twenty Twenty. Two whatever yet In August popular Talk in the form this hype house in California and this Guy Thomas and little hoodie. Are I guess in charge of it right? We say what real name. It's little hoodies. Real name is as I just feel ridiculous. Call always been this calling. This child will muddy chase up in a guy. We'll have the details I did I did. I did see because I do dabble in paying attention to this. Sometimes when I'm like in my tick tock going through Or LOOKING CHARLIE'S INSTAGRAM. Did she Chase break up. I don't know about that friend. Is there's rumor? I have no idea about him cheating. I I heard the district I wouldn't. I wouldn't be surprised if he cheated. Yeah yeah he was low holiday But but that's basically what about the high pass is just a group of talk readers Key who was part of the high pass is now suing Thomas in Jas Hudson a gala hoodie because apparently only one of them has control of their social media accounts and they lead them out of business decisions ambitious leaky ruins like other sponsorships for them because he makes the decisions. Everything's on him. So deasy is now suing him and now she's making talks with Abby Rayo I think is how you pronounce her name. I or my personal theoretic. Tucker is absent. Rai At love out of the Hype House. She she now hangs out with like David. Oberg blogs unlike I respect ray dancer so writing I respect Addison because I have washer take talks before and she does not give a flying fuck like stack will tick talk no matter where she is. She's in crowded store. She's in starbucks. She's in the middle of the street like she will get that to todd done. She was a part of the high pass. Yeah that she kills. She's might be retained talker back out of those people. Bayat Daisy quiches now suing them so now apparently and she's seen with Brody Jenner. Which Right Rona Jenner? Fucking love loves lawns like. He just loves blondes. It's very clear at this point in time Jenner's preference yet. Never personally looks the same and now I will say so. Brody Jenner is is thirty six and these these women that he is being seen with. Keep getting younger and younger. Because I was you know. Obviously he was Josie Kaneko for a little bit now. Daisy is twenty years old. She was born in nineteen ninety. Nine which I would think would freak brody but I mean. He's Brody Jenner. So maybe not would also makes me laugh. Is that like this is the time like life is just crazy like we have all of this world just disaster going on with the crow virus and like very serious stuff and that's happening over here and then there's also a twenty year old doing twenty and seventeen year olds because of their tick tock hype house like it's just so crazy to me that like this twenty year. Old girl is suing a seventeen year old boy and then another boy. I don't know how old Thomas is but like That low holidays really young and I just I'm like and they were seeing at the. Of course they were seated like the very fancy grocery store in L. A. That everybody goes to even tell me. Brody Jenner in DC Keach quarantining together. I don't know I know. Yeah so. E posted the article and said that on Friday. They were photographed together in the Los Los Angeles area around noon leaving upscale supermarket. I don't know how to say this. I'm probably say it wrong. Air One. Yeah that's how I pronounce it. Sean Erawan Yeah with to go containers drinks and driving off in his pickup truck so they left together which makes me think that they're spending some time unless they don't give a shit about social distancing. They're they're just they're hanging. An eyewitness told E. News at the two acted flirty and that after Keach returned the shopping cart. She smiled at Jenner at touched his arm as you walk by she also used the ATM and he waited outside for her he. He opened the car door for her but she then wheeled cart away and then got inside the vehicle on her own when she returned. See like. I mean Sergey but you're not going to be last Brody Jenner's block girlfriends no definitely not but it's just it. It is funny because no matter what brody will just be that guy you know. Yeah Houston Girls Girls. I think will always be like you know what worth a shot. It's Brody Brody Jenner's dislike. I guess timeless his want to see what it is. Yeah I guess that can I was younger. I feel's wrong feels wrong but acting. I must have like any girl should be able to me like he's always been hot but like right. I was younger and now I'm older. I'm Mike and not so Jenner betraying timeless. Just makes me think like Leonardo DiCaprio and Brody is obviously not near that Standard Brody Jenner's reality. Tv TIMELESS RIGHT WE ALREADY TV Leo timeless. Yeah re- reality TV. Leo Yeah. I feel like that's probably fair. Because it's so clear that these beautiful girls like they see Berry Jenner and they're just like Damn and look brody. Jenner is is still very hot he yes yes And for all those who maybe want another refresher on who daisy is if you did hear a story about an instagram model getting her ass certified as real by a doctor and she was like the first real certified ass is what she was like her instagram. Baya was that is daisy keach. Certified real real ass. Where would you put Tyler? Then 'cause we dismayed we grow. It's Kinda like wait a second. He has been around. Yeah just brody. Yeah Yeah Brody has. I don't know what the word right word is. I feel like obviously brody has been around longer and related to the Kardashians. Maybe it's the fame adjacent like he's much more fame Jason to people. Yeah that makes him feel that makes them feel like he's more famous with Elvis and Caitlyn Jenner. Yeah that is very very true. That's an end like and Tyler. I think it's all just to Reysen. Recent being brody's Brody's clocks fifteen years in the work. Yeah exactly not put in that many hours.
"guy thomas" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM
"The first one well they're going to say well we don't really feel like coming to Congress in voting on it we know that guy Thomas Massie will make us do it so can we just not do it it said that the strategy here isn't I mean I know I'm a speed bump I know I got I got run over by four hundred sets of tires today but I well it it it's it's a thrill to talk to you Sir because I I can hear your excitement and your passion for this country in the constitution and I know our listeners are excited to every time we talk and and there are there are several of you up there every time we talk to two great representatives and senators that are really willing to put it on the line to get people energized so keep up the good fight and good luck in the upcoming election well it's it's going to be a heck of a fight I've made some new enemies here in the swamp my website is Thomas Massie dot com if you can help me out well you won you won last term did you win like with over sixty percent Anya yeah I once of sat almost seventy thirty the problem is I have been trying to get this guy needs to use any of the pro Trumper but he actually said the military should do a coup against trump like we found these old baseball host that is awesome guys yeah he was never Trumper he deleted all that stuff but we found it and he's trying to pretend like he's a big pro trump guy well I want you to stay in touch with me Sir and I'll find you on online and will will try to make you happy on the show again definitely on my show and P. A. N. and god bless and and keep up the good fight yeah I got that you're from his.
"guy thomas" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"The South Which I was told by the prosecutor the reason why bring it down. Ask Your Bible Belt. Never GonNA win down there. I says I thought my house one time and I was like I got lucky. Delayed I get arrested in this case that I did not participate and I could buy it. Through certain federal laws you get a conspiracy gets grand wide ranging over Iraq that re- that Rico statute man that as just decimated mob families and. That's what I got caught up until when the conspiracy which I was definitely involved conspiracy etc Waiting for the guy show up. Show up our Somebody supposed to get this guy and bring to house kill but then it was. Dropped about a week Ten days later so the Jersey Transit Catholic Chaplain Geist Wind up killing. John embarrassed the boss. The Guy was supposed to bring a man was when the damage guy didn't may believe he couldn't find them. That's what we thought killed by hand. You know the guys anyway. They put this case a lot of the Jersey guys flipped and they even though I never did anything with those guys in the case the the government had them say election. Say like that know but he probably feels like it. Be Guys of my family on the word of these Jersey guys. Yeah which I never did anything with zero. So they put their expert on me everybody else. So yeah. I want the nutcase around. We'll let me flip it. I understand is is when you're in a joint You you did. You actually get center. You still yeah. I was arrested July twentieth denied bail in August and flipped somewhere. I would say late November when when I got locked up. I didn't blend of money in the stock market. Stop guys construction my own businesses of everything else going on Ebay Brindell. Pretty well myself. It's right I got one other question about that. Stock Market thing jokingly said you guys dumping stocks and bonds were you deny. Read somewhere where you're involved in the PUMP AND DUMP. Skop stock scam that me personally. I know what to do. It's not I'm not but I'm not I'm not a stock guy guys around me Soc is around me involved in that. We're doing big numbers. No pumping and dumping and loading the stocks which goes on fallen called all over the world even the country taking their money in the shell company. Now the taking money pulling the plug on it. Yeah people lose their money and that was really prevalent in all six family excluded. Jersey family in New York it hundreds of the Bobby. I don't know how many guys going and close to sixty thousand dish in scores. Strong it up here just like maker rain that same sixty thousand. It was so much. Money being nate. Yeah So they really manipulate the market until the government came mushed. Everybody I I noticed I wasn't. I noticed that the Sopranos did a kind of a short Two or three episodes Around them being involved in a guy during the pump and dump thing and so they like that stuff ripped from the real life that everything about that. I don't know if you've ever watched it but You probably look at it with like I watch police shows you what's Sopranos like up watch. Police show I watched a few episodes. And I'll tell you why there was one episode. Tony Cervical plays. Paulie walnuts my neighbor. Socttish ripper. I don't notice got Erica what's his name is really police. Rico's Sri thanks him. Get on the first day. Join a blank on what apple things one episode that I watched I started watching the beginning just to see it because I was hearing that the you know the model over the Jersey family and all that constitution guys got caught on tape from cooperated talking about the Sopranos will based on them and they were giggling. Yeah Yeah so there. Was this one episode. Where one of the wives was looking at a priest. No Yeah Yeah appear. Yeah how you could talk about Italians role. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Put word out if anybody finds this to Rica. Walk around the neighborhood. Bring it to me. Put Him on the spot and you go tell. Tell that Prick. Excuse my language even stop that. Shit you talk about what you want about will open well okay. We're open for attack by anybody but does not bring. I watch the fuck appreciate those little. Yeah that was. I remember thinking. That was a bridge too far always thought a lot of the step. I look at things and judge it by the reality of it and I know a little bit about it and that was a bridge too far. I don't do that. I don't like it when they go into unreality. I'm not real religious guy you know what I mean I believe in God I believe Jesus I believe it all that stuff that I don't believe in the church that's a whole other thing that's money machine but the that's like you said a Bristol Fayza good the way to put it. Yeah so anyhow your your Jalen and they send word to you that that part of it anymore was delicious on the outside with the new administration. Because when I was on trial I'd be my case where August thirtieth of two thousand one doing. Of course they. They put a new new administration playing sports on the boss and I was offered a couple of years earlier by John Gotti who was awaiting wetherby to me to be called here a family decline which was Probably a mistake in hindsight. I probably wouldn't be here today. I accept it but nonetheless. I declined for a lot of reasons in. May We talk about the as long with Joel when they're still administrations have placed Guy Can and those guys really don't like pets especially make a lot of clout. I had really tight with the old time as a really tight with the decisions at my ancestry before so really you know like an adversary with the pensioners guys turning away when this station supply-side restraints everything's High beat my case which was a miracle no by taking the case everyone does convicted Atlanta. Who'S GONNA WIN IN ATLANTA? But I'm Miracle Happen I got. I gotta I gotTa quit so when I come home. It's all these little beef that I gotTa Start Field. With these guys doing ministration troll a picot. You have to like almost like sell me out with this one thing about to stop talking and I was pretty pissed off. I went to see him over. I told that joke peacocks arrested pizza's not only not the. Pk arrested two weeks later June. So before this stuff is is really is beef about the stock. Market's is sixth in jail and holding it actually say my girlfriend is the time in all about two or three weeks before allow to come up their school my visiting list. Can you make phone calls eight? When she finally comes up you know you try try to up there. S A Everybody come around money you know so many times says no go. What do you mean no? I mean the way came out with. I mean nobody camera and I got three two piles truck business things going on. Now get on the phone. I call my ex wife talked to my son my first son for previous marriage you know. And she's pissed off money within the West bringing it down saying to myself when I stuck at my partner because I don't have any outside of Ross pushy allow one friend. I don't blood relatives to come up with a relative goes down the FCC only had one friend and battle Edina chew. I grow out my wife at the time. Come up with a little boy. Who's just two years old now. I think how many messages to bring out the way so now I had to go through lawyers. You know write letters. Put THEM SEAL LETTUCE INTEL boglay. Go give this to. What's his name and burned the LETO tear up. The piece is finished reading. So there's no evidence. The measure would begin back as he got an oncoming Eddie California. My bottles arrested with the and that was semi finals brother. Yeah so we're arrested in this case with a couple of my brother-in-law put the first marriages the rest of and Sammy's You know these. The Guy Point to cap the Louisville area which I knew I was born with it. He was arrested me just about whatever crew. I had Street left besides other guys. What the prison before that at my whole crew was wiped off the street before. And then now when we're all together these questions have gotten Get back to some questions which my money what's going on out there so I get a message. True Eddie. Atoll Course Eddie. Sun comes up at any Senate Massachu- Sunday goes a wise Guy Thomas Carbonara and tell his hands tied. The Sun's gone on. I WanNa know because like unless I tell them this tell Michaels tied. I say what's going on out there. Shut me out. My my ex wife's down their fault. You don't have enough money to pay. Electric bill ballots to look it over here. The wavering many money to the house does got. I started getting really angry. One message is I sent out. Probably one of the last ones I said now was Tell those guys. I don't remember dying. Get Link may come home. One day you know try. I threw out the WAKEUP call threat wherever they want to interpret. It allows steaming at this time. You know what he's doing. I got no commissary. I'm not telling by money. Concert will put in my comments. I know what you mean now. Finding.
"guy thomas" Discussed on The Ziglar Show
"Something that solves problems and makes life better for our customers regardless of how many or who they are and he goes into what he does. He works in information management. But Man I like that and I asked him I said so. Are you employed? Now he says yes. I have a single customer. Who pays me his salary so yes? Most would classify my role as an employee but the term employs obviously a peeve of mine. Don't get me wrong. A fantastic employer. I have no regrets or dissatisfaction with the state of my career. I do set of products that I sell. Internally and these internal products were to be a stop being effective than my division would cease to exist very quickly so my experience and it's a gross overgeneralization but some maybe many employees have an expectation of continuity a false perception of risk avoidance and air of entitlement and can often baseline their efforts on the minimum required. I want nothing to do with that mentality. Viewing your job as your own competitive. Enterprising enterprise gives you an edge. That employees don't necessarily have success is never own. It's rented and the rent is due every day as at Tom. That sounds like zig quote right there. Isn't it a but I'll tell you what the he's got the ownership mentality and I love that because that is that's that is the philosophy that not only keeps you gainfully excitedly employed but makes you very desirable by the competition. Yep so I'll I love that. Well here Tom. Your as a business owner who employs people. I would encourage everyone. Who's listening to that? Who who listens are right there to what Dennis said to think about. What problem do you sell for your customers but just as important? What problem do you solve? Well if you're working for Tom Ziegler. I'd say you need to know what problem for Tom. And it may be helping him sell if you're in the sales or helping him do the books if you're doing book. But what do you do for Tom? Specifically and if you look at Tom. He's struggling over here. He's wasting time over here or he's frustrated over here or whatever. How can you help him? That's what will make you indispensable to the company as well and Man I think we just we miss that. You know in our sales training at ziglar our internal team. We really wanted them to adopt this. Mindset that even if we couldn't deliver the solution. They wanted that. They would call us to ask us who we recommended. We wanted to be known as the solution source right so sometimes we would go in and do the type of training they would say hey. Can you do technical training or? Can you do safety training? Well we wanted them to ask us that question because then we can introduce them to who could and we. We became the ultimately the people who solve the problem. Even though we didn't do that done such a oil again back to what to a dentist says it such a dramatic paradigm shift. And it goes back to seth. Godin Book Lynch Pin on being is indispensable. Is that the term used or remind something something like that in your business or you just fulfilling a role that you can be replaced indispensable. Well on that note. Thomas Alinsky here he says I cook for people and a long term care facility and I asked him so what problem? Do you solve. And he says I see to it that the resident stick to the nutritional plans that the dieticians and doctors prescribed by serving their food directly in their rooms. I help deal with dysphasia Diabetes Calorie restrictions etc. Tom. That spoke to me just like the old store should pull it up so I could do it. Justice maybe you can but the story the brick layers of three guys laying bricks. Do you remember that? Can you state it better than I can? The somebody asked the first guy. What are you doing? He says I'm Blaine Bros. I'm building a wall and the third set on building a cathedral. Suddenly that they they do justice. This Guy Thomas has a bigger vision. He's not just because it sounds like you prepare food or he just air. He delivers food. He could simply have said it that way but he goes to the top into the customer a the end the end result and says I am helping them deal with their ailments. That's again dramatic paradigm shift. It is and you know me. I have stories pop into my head nurse thankfully so it got me thinking about you. Know what's the cause of the obesity problem today in the United States? It's it's the western Diet Right. It's the the high carb high sugar diet will. Where did that come from? It came from a bad social policy in the twenties when we came back from World War Two the government planners were worried about famine. And so they said let's incentivize farmers to produce a lot of crops or they didn't take into so they did it by putting a minimum price. They would pay for each Bushel. So technology takes off. They start producing more than they can eat. So they start storing it then the government says oh no what are we going to do so they created the Food Pyramid. God help us so. The Food Pyramid all the grains at the bottom eating big breakfast with grains and all that stuff so that got supplied but then technology and proved again. So what happened? They had leftovers. So what did they do feed the grain to the to the livestock so we went away from graphs fed grain fed so then they still had leftover and so they said well. What else can we do with all this extra corn? I know we can make high fructose corn syrup. And so here's here's the link okay. The the goal was to have a food source that the population could depend on the goals should have been. How do we make our population as healthy as possible? And so his goal of focusing on the nutritional impact of the people he serves is a much better goal than serving food. Yeah right because now. He's thinking well so and so doesn't like that. You know what can I do? How can I fix this to where they get the nutrition? That's like that's so awesome. Because when you get when you when you don't understand what you're real mission. Is You end up with the Western? Diet and an obese population. Which that's where we are. Today we know more than ever and we are going downhill more than ever. Which if you're on that note tune into the true life show with myself and Tom Ziegler doctor Dr Randy James. We will help you get out of that. That bad tradition Marvin panic. I'm a coach helping ministry leaders with soul care. Ask Him what problems do you solve? I provide an objective ear to help them talk through the things that could derail their ministry influence. One client said everyone wants to talk to me but I have no one to talk to beautiful. That's I think that hits the problem one of them and I'll tell you what Marvin we need more of you. Yes we do. Well you know and I know some folks who work in that field and they work with. He said ministry leaders but they end up working with just leaders. In general you know well it's the C. Suite executives or minister or the Mega Church pastor. Whatever BECAUSE YEAH? They ended up at the top and they have no one to talk to Ben here. I help fathers recognize that. Their legacy of family is the best way to leave an impact beyond their time on this earth and ask him again. What problem does he saw? I hope father's combat the feeling of being disconnected at home when fathers are home. They're thinking about work and when they're at work they are thinking about home. Pretty Astute. My Book Yeah that's it that's a that's speaks of being present issue. Which man I I have. I have been there. Well I have been there. I vacillate being there so I say that. Golly that's hard to be president yes it is no it is. It's hard to be present and it sounds bad but what it is. I need to be present though I think for those you some of our aspiring audience which is most everybody who's listening you want to be forward thinking you're excited about what's happening out there. That's good but if you're not present and I struggle with that it's put aside whatever even if it's an exciting thing obviously a worries easy but even exciting put aside. Just be here for my kid. I mean I. I've had kids for how long now twenty five years and yet I still have one come in one of my beautiful children with a beautiful thought or beautiful idea and I'm sitting there going. Oh my gosh and I can. I just want to send this email that it's just. I'm just excited about it's good. It's good that I'm passionate about my work but let it go. Yeah it's like you almost have to say wait a second. What matters most yeah? It's hard. Yeah Yeah exactly as I say. What do you say halftime with your work? I am working to care for people to serve people. Well here's a little people right in front of you all right Wayne Meyers. I'm a Ramsey preferred coach I walk alongside and serve my clients. As they worked to change their financial situations. I helped him create a healthy financial plan and get out of debt. Safer College and retire with dignity. Might Target. Customers are young to middle aged and married couples. I focus on businesses that want to provide financial. Coaching is a benefit as well as through referral partners. Really get I responded. I said you know problems amongst money. Those are easy conceptualize. Are there some specific ones? He likes to focus on and he said it's across the board. I see so much debt. So many people that struggled to get a plan for debt reduction to start gaining traction. That's where I focus a lot but in at all I am doing my best inject inject hope into the conversation and assure them that they are not alone and that there is someone that hears them and cares with eight out of ten people living paycheck to paycheck. The stories are tough. Will you know that arena? Of course we know Dave and his organization there that is I mean I. It's it's one of those areas of financial help. Who doesn't need that? He saying eight out of ten people so I I do like where he's going. I would say back to the niche like we started about at the top with a Patricia or Patty. That even there for because we have so many well. You can speak to this Tom. Because you do work with so many Coaches and you know what? I'll just ask you to mention the you know what you're doing with coaches right now. But there is that difficulty. I think with coaches where you know. You can help such broad segment of people. I'll tell you for marketing from a marketing standpoint. Though even if you can I would highly encourage you to niche and speak to some specific people. Let me scroll backup. Patty.
"guy thomas" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"In the park what the dark walking in the rain that's what they did those of the shame realize here on route sixty six now we have a little music well that's sweet cherry wine written by this guy Thomas Jackson of Dayton Ohio wait a minute William is something Tommy James Shanda owns with the nineteen sixty nine he this should it's a Saturday night hit parade with the rampant living in the past well I hope you're going to be with me at the Missouri history.
Where are all the Asian Beardsmen?
"In November of twenty seventeen filmmaker Justin. Chang decided agrout his facial hair for the first time I had never tried to grow out my facial hair before because I was just scared to do so like I wasn't sure how it's GonNa turn out you know. My Dad actually has a pretty boss mustache. And he's known as the Asian Guy with the mustache but I didn't know if I had heard of those genes just in his Chinese American and he says people always treated his dad's moustache like an exception to the norm. A lot of Asian. People were impressed that he could grow it out. On a lot of non Asian people read more impressed and sort of I think I signed him like these masculine values. That a lot of Asian American men MM stereotypically are not granted I think part of that too is because he grew up in Tennessee and Texas and in the sal you know facial hair was even more of a signal. Oh masculinity down there and it helped him get by email. Think that something like phase. Here's that big of a deal but like everything communicates. Justin didn't go up in the south like his dad ad. But he's from San Bernardino California where they're also wasn't a very big Asian community just an always has some scruff but he had never let his facial hair grow now in his late twenties he was about to travel across the country to film a documentary. I found my own production company called J school and we focus on telling stories of underrepresented represented people in other words people caller women and the Lgbtq community and movember provided him with an excuse movember also known as no shave. November is an annual event where men are encouraged to grow mustaches for the month of November to raise awareness of men's health issues. The Movember Foundation a global men's health a charity which began in two thousand three has always focused on educating man about prostate cancer. Anticipation cancer but in twenty seventeen they expanded their mission to include spreading awareness about mental health issues and suicide prevention in issue that was really meaningful to Justin quick onto warning. There's a short mention of suicide coming. Yeah I had a friend when I was younger. Who took her life and it really is what I attributed sparking my career path onto a creative journey and it was my only outlet when I I was younger to write in sort of tell stories as a coping mechanism from when my friend died so when I saw that Movember had expanded its causes to also covering suicide aside if I like the perfect kind of aligning of the stars that I want to try going on? Facial hair was 'cause I believed in and since he was on the road working on his film there there was no one around the laugh at me if it look bad so he started growing at his facial. Hair Okay Caroline. I think this is a good time to admit that we don't have much personal experience. Dance with facial hair right ADA and we're also not Asian American men but we've decided to explore this topic Asian American men and facial hair. Because we've heard it's a thing he's like kind of a thing right now. It's definitely think there was even this article called. Why Asians Dread Movember about difficulties? Some Asian men have growing facial higher. I laughed because I get it. I understand because I know that. Some dudes can't you know what I mean just like hey some dudes like me aren't six feet tall. You know what I mean. It's like you're dealt a hand play it. I do think that there is something very specific about men feeling like they can do anything that that they see other men being able to do. I know some Very Very Astute East Asia gentlemen and if I'm really breaking down what I feel too was them. It's probably jealousy and breaking you know whether jealousy comes from this idea that they can fit into Western perceptions of masculinity better than I can also. It's important to question when you hear the phrase. He's Asian men and facial hair. Do you think of East Asian men Southeast Asian men South Asian men. These communities can have very different issues regarding facial the hair I grew up in a six. I don't have a choice. Beer's become such a hip thing so for me. It's very interesting to observe because I keep a beard for very different reasons. Both to my parents were really worried about me going airports because I mean I'm a brown dude with a beard people get uncomfortable. I can see it in old y people's faces when I am boarding a plane so this is our investigation. What's the vocabulary we don't know what does that have? A Moustache flavor saver. Chinstrap is just like when it goes your sideburns. Connect your cheekbones connect your Chin and how do other people feel about their facial hair. This is something that loves those bugging let me about to because she was so good looking back in the day but first. Let's go back to Justin so he's on the road traveling across the country doing interviews for a documentary series called ritual which is about NFL players and their pre-game superstition and he's also a few weeks into his facial. Missile Hair journey by week three like I had a pretty good moustache. I was pretty sure wasn't able to grow a full beard. I was manicuring it the best I could. He's googling photos those of Johnny Depp. Michael B Jordan and Robert Downey junior to get inspiration on how to style his facial hair into a goatee one day. He was in Denver Filming. Maria's Thomas a a superstar wide receiver for the Denver Broncos who also happen to be doing movember for the first time and he actually flies out a barber from la every every couple of weeks to do his hair and he was doing well for the first time too and his barber was giving him shit basically for being like him. Ed Others Asian duties grown up way better than you can. You can't beat the Asian Guy. So how did that make Justin fail. I dig any offense to it even though like it clearly had racial overtones overtones because I get what he was saying like. They didn't expect me to have such a full mustache. Goatee and this Guy Thomas. WHO's like obviously way tougher for the Niamh as an NFL player? He could barely grow the peach fuzz. It was just kind of a very self aware moment where you're like. Damn I can't handle a tackle or run. The forty yard dash or catch a touchdown in the end zone or win the super bowl ring like he can but for damn sure I cannot gross facial hair this might sound like a nice happy ending of Justin's the number story but it's just the beginning he soon finds out that not everyone has positive reactions to his facial hair one of my friends who will remain nameless she goes. How's your new former birth control but we'll come back to them later so we've learned not the ability or inability to go facial hair can be a source of insecurity or pride for certain men men but for most it's still purely aesthetic choice just like I put my hair in a ponytail or choose whether to wear makeup a certain way for a lot of men facial hairs away the former identity through their appearance? But what if your facial hair could actually affect your job prospects. We're going to take you to Hollywood where your appearance. Especially as an Asian man competing for a limited amount of rules can either get you a coveted role or lead to rejection desmond. Jim I'm an actor on generic barnacles implant season villain in season two saga shake hosts. A podcast called the Bollywood boys and I have facial head. Desmond is an Australian actor Who's been in shows like reef break now chocolates and missionary chronicles and most recently got cast in Marvel's Falcon and the winter soldier? Saga was in a web series called unfair ugly about a Muslim American family in Orange County. He is the Co host of the PODCAST. Bollywood boys and on the cast of the sketch comedy. Show that get Brown. We got them in a room together to talk about their facial hair. Visual here right now is recently shaven. It's an attempt at the Tony Stock Goatee and I haven't pulled it off in addition to Desmond's goatee. He also has long black hair. That goes just past his shoulders that he sometimes wears in half ponytail. Saga wears his hair shorter but he has a full beard like like the beard. Easiest of beards that anyone could possibly have. My beard hair is like as thick as wire. It feels like wires. You're coming out of my face from every possible poor. It's pretty intense. It's a lot of maintenance earns when saga says his beard was high maintenance. He wasn't joking so a lot of work. You you know like I got a shampoo rush it so the shampoo can get like in their condition. It I brush it against the conditioner. Rinse that out and I tell dry air dry for like five minutes. I blow dry. I gave some beard oil and brush that in and I gave moustache wax soccer. Who is Pakistani American? started his acting career without facial hair. In the beginning he wasn't booking anything his agents eventually dropped him. He says he started growing his beard out of laziness. I remember the first year that I grew out my beard. Maybe maybe four or five conversations that I had daily whereabout my beard. The first thing anybody would say to me would be dude sick beard bro. Dude how did we get itself full on my God. That's such a nice beard things like that easier or fuck. It feels like okay. It's catching atun on. People are watching me. I'm doing something right. At least I can grow a beard to get some people's attention because like in this industry you can be Super Knbr talented by the look and you're not going to be seen and so definitely helped get me into a lot of doors in two dozen fourteen. He started art decorating his beard and putting the photos on instagram. We're in Venice and we're sitting like this grassy area and there was like these little white flowers I I was like hold on analogy. Hey grab fifteen of ood beard and then I posted a photo on instagram and got like a couple of hundred likes and this is when like getting a couple of hundred likes. It was like Oh shit. This guy got a couple of hundred likes. He also decorated his beard for Christmas using miniature ornaments and for Easter. He put peeps committee eggs in his beard with toothpicks. By November of two thousand fifteen he had collected a series of these beard photos and a reporter from buzzfeed interviewed for story. The article coincidentally came out the day. Okay before his ten year high school reunion which he thought about skipping. I was really hesitant because people have done things and like they're working regular jobs they are married and have kids and like what do I have. You know I was what twenty eight I feel like. I haven't accomplished anything at this time. Caroline did you go to your high school reunion being in no did you. Yeah I I still have really good friends from high school so I thought it was Super Fun but I totally get it. If you don't don't WanNa go but it sounded like he wanted to go. He just needed a confidence booster and that oddly enough came from his
"guy thomas" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson
"Com slash rush unashamed. Save some money Family well I Corinthians twelve says. There's no Mayo this black or white shirts say a host of my records is day. 'cause I'm really curious. Mom's been studying all week and I've been real proud of so zack and I've been coasting on a few things about mlk. In one of the things that we talked about this the letter from the Birmingham jails powerful it Sherri as he wrote Dad. Actually Dad did a movie called Torch bearer by the way I think find Amazon prime crime. You need to go check it out because there's really good. I'll amen that. It's all done so dad. We found a scene in Birmingham in the jail cell L. because they've taken that jail cell in the same cell he was interesting they put it in a museum. That's right across the street from the church. They got bombed there. So Dad is in that jail sale reading reading that letter and I mean I just gotTa chill because like we were there and we were doing it. I mean it may detailed and it just the whole deal. I said to the brothers yesterday and I I looked at the African Americans. They said we ought to have our Tayo kicked a said for the way we treated you folks for all those years I said we ought to be horsewhipped. Sweep for that. I said it was pathetic. I said I wasn't there I said but the way they treated. y'All I'm astounded. The JAL have come together. But after after the way you were treated I said so I I you to be commended for being forgiving. A suggests remember this. I said you just forgive them and move on. Don't is about all you can do to move forward quote yesterday. I guess in anticipation of Martin Luther King Day it was just somebody emailed the Tim but it was awesome and it was a quote and it basically it was pretty long so I can't remember the whole thing I should've sir brought it. But it basically he and his quote. He said he was a preacher. Preacher of the Gospel. The first sentence was I was a preacher of the Gospel before I became a civil rights leader. I will be A Preacher of the Gospel while civil rights later and I will continue to be a preacher of the Gospel all the days of my a lot. I just thought that was so profound because he he is. He made that announcement himself too. So let me just live by know what what my number one thing is in the Gospel. Of Jesus I was really moved just to Yup just to read and I think he saw the statement. I made which is numerous tax glaciers. Three twenty seven. I screamed in his toil. That's what brings people together. Yup you're saying Boa. Jesus does in answering our soon problems and our physical oh death problem and takes out the classes of people the color of people and the sex of people. That's what it does and I always hate it because somebody Eddie invariably probably from our audience will send us an email this weeds. Mlk and then you list all the weaknesses. He had or rumors about him or whatever. You're a member. He he's a man like any man but he was fighting for a just cause. I mean what what every well always hear that. But at that's the same thing they did to dad. I mean I think the whole controversy dad had a few years ago. The worst thing that happened advocate in dad's mind wasn't a biblical stuff for sexuality. You know that it was. They call him a racist. Oh Yeah we that was so untrue. It was so unfair. But that's what they do. I've I've toby. You've now accused the most non-racist racist person I know which is my dad of being racist. But that's just the world we live in when people pick aside and they attack you they're going to use the same Oh you live in Louisiana. You're white Oh you must be racist. You grew up in the forties where we work with our local police department and Some of the SWAT team members of converted them to crash and one of them. was there yesterday. it's security. And he was telling me he said he said. Let me get this to straighten to make sure I have this straight. He said y'all y'all converted. Thomas the first name is Thomas. I don't know what his last name is. But they said Y'all converted that Guy Thomas Thomas I said yeah he said I told my fellow Swat team members guests who was converted and gave his life to Jesus Christ and they said WHO and he said when I told them his name they said you are kidding they said No. He's a child of God over there now. They said that guy. We keep arrested for you know you know. Oh Crystal Meth. And I don't know what all cocaine you know just on the street. I'll tell you know all kinds of mischief. They said they converted him and they said man what they tell him they were trying to figure out how you could convert someone that they thought was looked on convertible on unworthy unworthy and down He. They were stunned well and I have to say that's what I love about what you're doing and the plant we have there is it's it's it's just like Jesus as worries dirty is smelly. It's people with a lot of problems at some point of what we're talking about. Here's John the Baptist actress and Jesus makes that profound statement and then you know he goes on to say after he said he's the greatest man born of a woman but he who's the least in the keenum great at him and Jesus Sir Supplying the power to transform us all his spirit at work. That's why I would say John. Batch the is the greatest human because he had a holy spirit from birth. You know we get it once. We you know Jesus Yeah but within that here we go he supplying supplying the power. We're just along for the ride from cover to cover. And I went back and I went through verse. Verse EPA verse after verse on Air Attitude Food toward the poor out and it was a long study if everyone would just take the word. Poor P. O. R. and so so so what God's what's his what's the Mo you're reaching out to the poor. I was astounded at how many verses than the principal all is all away from Leviticus The law Moses all the way through Jesus all the way through whatever you do reach out and help the poor. They're always going to be there. But you reach out and you have if you realize government programs and all this note the sons and daughters of God and the church should should be way more involved in helping the poor than they. Currently are the Catholics. Doing a great job with it and allowed ways and there's other salvation army and all these different for groups but everyone who claims Jesus Christianity at large green shoot. Spend way more time reaching out to the poor are we. Don't let me tie of that. And with our study because we started off Matthew Levin but when John was imprisoned matthew eleven in Verse Four. Jesus thome said go back and tell report brought to John what you hear and see initials the statement he made in Verse Five of Chapter Eleven and Matthew. The blind received sight the lame..
"guy thomas" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"He made a reference to her being like the Walmart version of the round are yeah yeah he's a nice guy Thomas Markel who's seventy five admitted on upcoming U. K. doctor documentary that he still making money off photos he staged with a paparazzo even though they humiliated his daughter just days before her royal wedding and they lied to prince Harry about his involvement now the estranged dad was never met is well grandson Archie has no qualms about demanding cash for interviews including the one he was giving for the TV documentary Thomas Markell said Megan is always told him she would quote take care of me when he got older all my gosh between him and the other daughter they need to just chill but she has a sister yeah remember the crazy sister who was like always you know we weren't invited and she was doing all these as a good day you can do anything for a quick Buck that's for sure and so forth and Selena Gomez's feeling grateful for the success of a new album rare the twenty seven year old singer and actress thanks fans in an Instagram post after rare debuted at number one on the Billboard charts all Selena Gomez released rare earlier this month she was criticized last week after buying copies of our own album and asking fans to stream or buy copies in an effort to reach number one what Justin Bieber was doing as well but you know what I know some artists like Tricia Yearwood I believe for example they it's a tradition that when they the day they released their album they go out and buy.
Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR Unboxings and Impressions
"To the show thomas grove carter hey guys now thomas is a as an editor we we we we interviewed doug brooks product manager for the the mac pro back w WDC thomas is one of the lucky few thomas is very well known editor he's worked on some some big projects ed sheeran lego movie the music video game of thrones apple privacy commercials privacy commercials thomas did those based out of london and more importantly apple has entrusted entrusted you with one of these fancy new mac pros for two or three weeks now before launching a we're able to bring to the audience and one who's actually been using the computer hey thanks for having me on guys thomas you've done some other stuff with apple in the past you did the review of the original touch bar macbook pro i mean you're just a power user i i mean video editors are legendary for the amount of ram and storage and data that they can burn through on their project so i know that you've been using apple for a long time but just tell us a little bit about how your story got started with apple yes oh i thought DC max when i was at university i got one of the how was it unique long about how the white i'm steve new my better told me this atta why mac with maybe a small screen and no the site camera that was my first that was my first mike okay so mid-2000s some that yeah that that's where i am yeah and and then yeah and then i ended up with the white mac book as well and then graduated to a aluminum i mac with the black back and then where am i now now and then since then i've been using laptops when i started as a professional editor the company has a work have often had desktops to my personal custom computers will become laptops because i ks needs to be on sat or editing from home and different things like that i was thinking about that original white i met when you said it that's that's the one with the clear keyboard right i think so the the keyboard had a clear case it was a great idea like beautiful in the apple store but as soon as you brought it home and like hair and crumbs and things started falling off to two years finally of colleges definitely murky in that yeah sorry yeah food food late night crispy doing stuff right now but yeah so when i i i i was using final cut pro so the classic version of a back then which was probably gonna cut pro four point five or whatever they ties with HD yeah yeah and that's what i used for myself high meditating and stuff like that and then when i finally got a job became a runner or became an assistant in posthouse working i'm doing all the technical stuff and i was learning i actually started the forgotten about this my life actually so long now but i was i was in an old apple final cut posthouse back in when i moved to london it must have been two thousand hates i guess maybe even longer than that and it was a place called unit and it was all final cut pro at a san and yes so i started work there assisting with all this these sort of high end fondaco workplace for TV in an and commercial work
"guy thomas" Discussed on HANNAHLYZE THIS
"Let's say you have a magic person a a weapon person so like a magician archer fief a thief and a Guardian a garden. Let's say that Anouar he'll he'll that would were late so you have those four people in your party in your first relationship. It's just you it's you you you are along and you go in and you level up as far as you can without the other people on your party and their second relationship is what you need to build after you have these manifestations of self your guarding your healer your magic your wisdom all that good stuff. That's what you take to move on the game. Oh that's interesting because we never never able to be like a level five goes relationship experience point effectively and you can spend your X.. P. On building up your healing or your magic or your strength whatever it is that you need for how you WANNA play a game. That was my fault I built up all of my magic and didn't like with any points towards shield defense. That's but it is for the termer I believe that he but yeah and so I think being ready to move on is wanting to keep playing the game. It's wanting to get to the other levels. Do you WanNa see what's the next world. Do you want to get there and if you if you're not ready then yeah you're GonNa stay where you are level up in the place that your ass yacky depend on yourself. Build up your party. Don't wait for the world around you to change because it won't change until you're ready to be in it. That's that's really important to the circumstances are always going to be there and it's it is about adapting. Its about re claiming that love for yourself and knowing you're worth because like something's James dealt with a lot of self worth issues. You have to cut your sauce in slack and know that you're worth something and know that when you're giving that part of yourself to somebody it's worth something that's so important path Guy Thomas Tom. I love you okay. Let's <unk> summarizes. 'cause I'm so appreciative of your time. If you had one thing you could go back to say to Thomas mid the worst of it like in like if you today time travel CONNEC. Hey Dude like there's one thing you could think of to say to him. I would say I know I know that the sounds of audible right now but there will be day when it's not GonNa hurt and Dan you just have to hold out and focus on yourself for right now you know avoid self-destructive behavior and focus on yourself..
"guy thomas" Discussed on The Big 98
"Him to actually go and be with the kids like his days, his when he's on the road grinding, do you built time in for family self-preservation though? I gotta look that looks. You're not going to survive the evening, Tom and families. And do you feel pressure with this album, release, Harry because this is your guy Thomas Ray here? No. Oh, so, you know. I have to keep keep what we've been on this point. It's we've been in this Fatu three months. Now just doing the grind. So this point is just get it out. Let's see what happens is no much more. We can do at this point one. Final question for Thomas manager. Harry. Radio show before like this is going to feel. Do you call? What do you call them because some people that don't just as bad, if people that don't really know I, I guess, in setting normal setting, I would just say TR, I wouldn't do that here because we'll be talking about Thomas. Rhett, people think is your first and last name. Yeah. People that don't know you would call you, Thomas, right? High school buddies, Tom. What do you call him Harry Cohn? C- all easy with a sorry in front of it. Some sort of some sort of apology. Te'o. Harry. Debut. That was a strong debut era. Yes, go find it on the podcast later. Listen. Let me play.
"guy thomas" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"It helps us get back on task when distracted rather than falling off the rails. The study was published recently in the journal of experimental psychology general as the author of the article point out mistakes from Monday to the catastrophic things like Chernobyl, the Exxon Valdez oil spill and the challenger explosion have all been linked to sleep deprivation. Now, the famous guy Thomas Edison who was known to go days with only catnaps once said sleep is a criminal waste of time in heritage from our cave days. The some people still believe this science continues to prove how wrong that sentiment really is sick. Since sleep helps to restore your brain. Even heal your brain itself. And hopefully more people will realize that it really is really a non negotiable pastime. So what are some things you can do to help get a good night's sleep? It's usually some common sense things like avoiding caffeine at night turning off the television an hour before bed disconnecting from your computer or cell phone hour before bedtime meditations or good way. To to evidently stresses that we all have some of the ways relax at bedtime would be sipping from camomile tea, or or what I do is in on the warm milk and Honey at night. No sense. Good client my wife. Tony. She does these guided meditations with Deepak Chopra. He's a guru or whatever you wanna call. It does them online and also taking magnesium supplement out an hour before bedtime or eating foods. Rich nag knees him like cashews can actually make sleepy. And let's not forget foods that contain natural melatonin like walnuts tart cherries trip to fan, which is in Turkey things like that. You know, how relaxed I like to read a good book. You know, what I'm reading now. Wait, what are you? The new CJ bossy j box. Yeah. We'll that's hard to put that down sometime writer, but yeah, like to read off all sleep. Sometimes you gotta read it. Same chapter about three times. Wake up, and then I've got the book. But anyway, but I don't read anything technical work related at night. If you're just joining us here on safe retirement solutions were discussing the habits tips and sharing the success secrets of the millionaire next door. Whether you're already the millionaire next door or you want to be there are some common traits and habits. You must adopt to become an stay financially free. You know, according to Reuters their seven point eight million airs in the United States. That's a lot of millionaires. Millionaires. They are door. You're one of them or you know, someone or you living near them. So what makes them special? How are they able to hit the seven figure Mark and financial freedom? Well, you know, it's a good question. Clyde, according to a recent Kipling Gerard ical the nine secrets of the millionaire next door. You can also call them the invisible rich. How do they do it surely like it and then one of them where does the money come from? Sometimes it does come from an inheritance or other fortuitous break, but more often than not it is the result of diligence smart choices, and well, deferred gratification. They postpone gratification the tents that they follow. Also, put you on the path to financial prosperity and security to discover what the invisible rich. Well makes them invisible they're not conspicuous about with their wealth their value shoppers. Whether it's for groceries. Or college or anything else, they are not conspicuous, and they'll also consider buying used putting things to use as for as long as they possibly can. Holy moly. Guys. We're coming up on a break already. This is safe retirement solutions radio exclusively right here on six eighty WCBS. We need to pause for another break. But he definitely want to stay tuned because we've got a really great show today, and we're going to be right back after our break. This report brought to you by AP Federal Credit Union. Getting a lot better on the interval the west side. No real slowing up has Baltimore national pike. And then only up the security a little sluggish between seven thousand five hundred seventy on the outer.
"guy thomas" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"The Spanish announce table Com another wild a week of wrestling and what give it all to me your thoughts summit up right now. Ten seconds go content over storylines and it wasn't that great leading into pay per view that should be better but it's an era during P._G.. When it should be an era of the attitude four point seven nine seconds? We don't fact check all right Tom <hes> how was your week. Show yeah man all right your week. How was your week all right? We'll get back into the series. I know everybody's been waiting to see is they. Love US yeah asking where we are. We're here so first off. Let's get an ear week. I WanNa hear your weekend. We'll get into my week. Okay what my week. Oh you want to go into my week yeah yeah I <hes> thanks. I started needed a new job as we just getting into that yeah <hes> <hes> Guy I was working alongside with for a couple of days here. <hes> show me the ropes around there <hes> friend of Antonio Martinez who we've talked about on this show <hes> friend of yours <hes> through the fighting world <hes> and my cousin. Did you know their cousins my cousins so so there you go <hes> doing that and it seems well and Tom Okay already. I was walking into this with a better base. Pay Better Bonus Better 4. Better Medical <hes> better <hes> P._T._O.. Right <hes> and no overtime you know aside from occasional whatever where I was doing like fifty five to sixty at the last place right <hes> going into for that and I show up first day a nice. I got my slacks right gotten. A collared shirt got my shoes and everybody's in jeans right. Everybody's jeans it's money and I was like Oh. I'm GonNa like this right and he was like yeah. He's like totally main jeans. He's like you'll see people t shirts. I'd like to see in a collared shirt. If I could write like Oh of course right yeah absolutely I can do that. He's like G._N._C.'s like hey hot days. In summer. We're wearing shorts just not like Jean shorts or basketball shorts or something where like doctors shorts or something and I was like I almost kissed him on. The mouth wouldn't have been the first time right <hes> H._R.. was there didn't do it. Isn't that sad though like I'm glad bad for you right like that's all great but I'm talking more about the attire that like you just can't wear what you want right now. Quick question though are you customer facing and what I mean by that for people who don't know that terminology. Are you working with customers face to face. I am not no no then. Why does it matter what you're wearing? I've never understood that I understand in the sense of if I'm customer facing so I wanna say like we are professional we are. Are you know a class. <hes> you know business and so that's why we're the best ties in the best business suits I get that right but if you're not customer facing and you don't wear offensive things to where your co workers are saying like Hey. I hate that shirt. Why are you so offensive to fill in the blank right if you're not doing that? What does it matter? I've never understood that I've never understood like you. I have a job where I can work where pro wrestling t shirt well. My Job's a little bit more lenient. I can wear pro. Wrestling t-shirts. Friday is fanny pack Friday where I wear my w w championship belt fanny pack. I made that up. That's beating. I it's I. I do a lot of fun stuff at work because I'm allowed to however it just feels like shouldn't you be able to you know you. You like the whole you look good. You feel good. We'll guess what if you're comfortable you do good yeah. I've always said that I I've said that I was like guys. You're telling me that the choice of fabric of my pants suddenly makes me more professional right like that's what we're saying here because I could wear everything like I could wear my collared shirt. I could wear <hes> some nice. Tennis shoes always do that with slacks but boy if I put on a pair of jeans it's like really Tim Yeah. Oh you are just such a piece of trash. I don't think now you have the capabilities to perform your job. Furthermore like you know I hear you like like you kind of mentioned <hes> the Oh if your customer facing right like I get it right well. I can't even dome because ninety percent. He's customers are going to give shitless if you're in jeans or slacks either like what I do. I'm like nobody like they're coming in already thinking yeah. I'm thinking more of for example. If for whatever reason I was going to buy a rolex or a Tesla Tesla and you're wearing local football team t shirt with jeans that you know obviously haven't been washed in a couple of days that kind of seems shady. Maybe this isn't legit eh narrow. I'm not saying like don't you know obviously you shouldn't judge a book by its cover but you know what I'm saying if I'm walking into a Rolex shoe store and they're all wearing money you know what I'm saying. I have a little bit more confidence evidence of Hey then obviously now. Maybe I'm getting kind but you get what I'm saying like. I have a little bit more confidence Alec. This rolex is legit. This store is not a breaking bed storefront for money laundering. I totally get all that yeah so yeah. No I think I'm I'm going to enjoy here. It sounds but yeah. I'm really going to start getting into not relaxing that you know what I mean. It's a little more like hey we're trying to do work. You're not really concerned about your pants performance over attire right right so <hes> went to a choir concert tonight they had the <hes> high school. You know winter choir performance that went well and that's why we're getting started late on this show and everybody's a little sleepy so we might be rushing through this one because we're like you know what man had a long day. Let's get this done. I I agree yeah well good. How was the recital performance choir teacher cheese? Got knows how to put on a show man like it's always entertaining things going on. There's moving parts. There's a theme it's always like and I'm always leaving. Eh these things. I'm like that was impressive pretty impressed. Yeah good glad you had a good time. Did she ever get time. Yes of course yeah yeah yeah bless out there except I think there's like with both of my kids schools right now both of them the thirty minutes apart like thirty minute drive apart from each other both of them in as many days two days have had to have extra police presence on site because of school shooting threats made on social social media that had to be investigating like one of the schools kids got arrested good yeah good but in a senator told me she's like yeah the kids. Are you know very bullied and I'm like why. Are you still doing that like do you not see the the news like leave. The troubled kid alone the late. Let them whatever yes it will never change what that what did you say it was thinking talking about this thing and I wanted to go on a tangent but this is a pro will never change i. It's a frozen podcast. We don't gotta get into it but yeah <hes> so that was interesting the whole time I was sitting there. I'm like oh I hope not comes in here and shoots this place up right now. which is we have to think about? Nowadays you know one thing that irritates me is these fucking losers though get on social media and the they pop off at the mouth or I guess on the keyboard with no ramifications that they're gonNA get punched in the mouth. That's one the thing that really irritates me with social media. You wouldn't talk to me the way you do on twitter facebook fill in the blank if me and you were face to face and I'm not saying me as an O._e._M.. Thomas Tough Guy Thomas. I'm saying just general other person and so the the bomb threats well of course it's easy to bomb threats. You know why because it I'm in the the safe security of my walls and I can type whatever I want it sin would now you might investigate me Yada Yada Yada but then I can encrypt and Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah so yeah and these poor kids have to your daughter who had the bomb threat probably just was like get this is part of life. This is what it is so sad but this isn't <hes> this isn't that podcast. This isn't Tim and we'll get what else was that you're kind of weakened because of the prior week ahead still some time off so we were just kind of doing stuff around the house and hanging out and started a new job. That's kind of been the focus of the last couple of days as you know and then other than well. I'm happy for Christmas coming and stuff like that yeah. Christmas is coming one happy for you. Are you Christmas shopping real clue I am do really would you give me. I'll get you that one thing yeah. You're like actually not done. I was just thinking I forgot one thing that Dan O'Brien book. Oh uh-huh uh-huh yeah sure who I blame the situation really is Daniel Bryan if he were a more entertaining author. Maybe I would have had the book on my now. It's a good book. It is a good book and I'm kidding. It's just like I'm like Oh. I'm GonNa read and then I never read. I just don't sitting there see that book everyday everyday Brian Thompson good friend Tom. What what did you do? Besides laments that you loan me a book once I tell you what I was with the style and profiling limousine ride Kim deal in Wayland deal and son of a gun sick teen world world champion one of the greatest of all time considered a pop culture icon since the nineteen eighties an influence in all genres of entertainment it one time world champion however however Johnson related note the movie of the year because as longtime listeners of the podcast on Christmas Christmas. We don't do <hes> gifts on my mom's side what we do see a movie. This year's movie Bumblebee Johnson is the villain in that apparently but no other than I hung out with Rick flair awesome that is cool. Oh My let me tell you this real quick story again because we're recording this late. We Wanna go to bed. Tim's got two kids and now new full-time job. He's trying to impress and be alert first job yeah and so I'll tell you what how it was so we went to our excuse me I went to an autograph. Signing of Ric flair got there about fifteen started at noon. I was one of the first few I was like probably tended to which by the way we'll know by the way after I left and I'm not exaggerating this number. There was probably two to three hundred people behind me and sings. I think they thought like Oh this place which was called A._D._A.. Fundraising using in sports memorabilia was a little store. I think other people thought like well. No one really knows about this so I'll just show up at noon. You know know you never do that especially with a pop culture icon and considered one of the greatest wrestlers of all time ric flare sodium. Let me tell you the name of Ric Flair by showing up Zak yeah exactly so let me tell you about the experience so we're waiting Yada. Yada Yada work flares right doors. Where's open I see him? I'm like Holy Shit. There's fucking ric flair that was my first thought was like it's really happened honestly going into it even when I bought the tickets last week when we were recording podcast I had this feeling deep down that you know because of his thirty for thirty and things like that I was like he's not going to show up. He's GonNa call in sick. Do something sorry guys under the weather of sixty nine years old you get it right so I never really thought it was going to happen but anyhow doors open various various oh shit right so people are going people going people go and it's kind of like a little bit of a days because I'm like really fucking do this right get up there guy before me guy before me could not.
"guy thomas" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Tom Another wild a week of wrestling and what give it all to me. Your thoughts summit up right now. Ten seconds go content over story lines and it wasn't that great leading into pay per view that should be better but it's an era during P._G.. When it should be in an era of the attitude four point seven nine seconds we don't fact check all right Tom? Tom Gets show yeah man your weak guys. How was your week all right? We'll get back into the series. I know everybody's been waiting to see is they. Love US yeah asking where we are. We're here so first off. Let's get an year week. I WanNa hear your weekend. We'll get into my week. Okay what my week. Oh you want to go into my week. Yeah I <hes> thanks I started started a new job as we just getting into that yeah <hes> <hes> Guy I was working alongside with for a couple of days here. <hes> show me some of the ropes around there <hes> friend of Antonio Martinez we've talked about on this show <hes> friend of yours <hes> through the fighting reading world <hes> and my cousin did you use your cousin so so there you go <hes> doing that and it seems well. Tom Okay already was walking into this with a better base. Pay Better Bonus Better 4. Better her medical <hes> Better P._T._O.. Right <hes> and no overtime you know aside from occasional whatever where I was doing like fifty five to sixty at the last place right <hes> going into that and I show up first day a nice. I got my slacks right gotten. A collared shirt got my shoes and everybody's in jeans right. Everybody's jeans. It's money and I was like Oh. I'm GonNa like this right. He was like yeah. He's like totally man. He's like you'll see people in t shirts. I'd like to see in a collared shirt. If I could write like Oh of course right yeah absolutely I can do that. He's like hey hot days. In summer. We're wearing shorts just not like Jean shorts or basketball shorts or something where like doctors shorts or something and I was like I almost kissed him on. The mouth wouldn't have been the first time right <hes> H._R.. was there didn't do it. Isn't that sad though like I'm glad for you right like that's all great but I'm talking more about the attire that like you just can't wear what you want. Now quick question though are you customer facing and what I mean by that for people who don't know that that terminology are you working with customers face to face. I am not no no then. Why does it matter what you're wearing? I've never understood that I understand in the sense of if I'm customer facing so I wanna say like we are professional. We you're a class. <hes> you know business and so that's why we're the best ties and the best business suits I get that right but if you're not customer facing and you don't wear offensive things to where your co workers are saying like hey I a hate that shirt. Why are you so offensive to fill in the blank right if you're not doing that? What does it matter? I've never understood that I've never understood like you. I have a job where I can work where pro wrestling t shirt well my job's a little but more lenient I can wear pro wrestling t-shirts. Friday is fanny pack Friday where I wear my w w championship belt fanny pack. I made that up. That's beating. I it's I. I do a lot of fun stuff at work because I'm allowed to however it just feels like shouldn't you be able to you know hey like the whole you look good. You feel good. We'll guess what if you're comfortable you do good yeah. I've always said that I I've said that I was like guys. You're telling me me that the choice of fabric of my pants suddenly makes me more professional right like that's what we're saying here because I could wear everything like I wear my collared shirt. I could wear <hes> some nice. Tennis shoes always do that with slacks but boy if I put on a pair of jeans it's like really Tim Yeah. Oh you are just such a piece of trash. I don't think now you have the capabilities needs to perform your job. Furthermore like you know I hear you like like you kind of mentioned <hes> the Oh if your customer facing right like I get it right well. I can't even dough because ninety percent. He's customers are going to give a shit less if you're in jeans or slacks either like what I do. I'm like nobody they're coming in already in the yeah. I'm thinking more of for example. If for whatever reason I was going to buy a rolex or a Tesla Tesla and you're wearing local football team t shirt with jeans that you know obviously haven't been washed in a couple of days that kind of seems shady. Maybe this isn't legit legit narrow. I'm not saying like don't you know obviously you shouldn't judge a book by its cover but you know what I'm saying if I'm walking into a Rolex shoe store and they're all wearing money you know what I'm saying. I have a little bit more confidence of hey then obviously now. Maybe I'm getting conned but you get what I'm saying like. I have a little bit more confidence. This rolexes legit the store is not a breaking bed storefront for money laundering lab so yeah no. I think I'm going to enjoy here. It sounds but yeah. I'm really going to start getting into not relaxing that you know what I mean. <hes> little more like hey we're trying to do work here or not really concerned about your pants performance over attire right so <hes> went to a daughter's choir concert tonight they had the high school you know winter choir performance that went well and that's why we're getting started late on this show and everybody's a little sleepy so we might be rushing through this one because we're like you know what man had a long day. Let's get this done. I agree yeah well good. How was the recital performance choir teacher? She's got knows how to put on a show man like it's always entertaining things going on. There's moving parts. There's a theme it's always like and I'm always leaving being there at these things. I'm like that was impressive pretty impressed. Yeah good glad you had a good time. Did she ever get time. Yes of course yeah yeah yeah out there <hes> except I think there's like with both of my kids schools right now both of them the thirty minutes apart like thirty minute drive apart from each other both of them in as many days two days have had to have extra police presence on site because of school shooting threats made on social media that had to be investigated like one of the schools. The kids got arrested good yeah good but in a daughter senator told me she's like yeah the kids. Are you know very bullied and I'm like why. Are you still doing that like do you not see even news like leave. The troubled kid alone the late. Let them <hes> whatever you sit will never change what that what did you say it was thinking about the bully thing and I wanted to go on a tangent but this is a pro will never change i. It's a pro wrestling podcast. We don't gotta get into it but yeah <hes> so. That was interesting the whole time I'm sitting there. I'm like oh I hope not comes in here and shoots this place up right now. which is a big? We have to think about nowadays you know. One thing that irritates me is he's fucking losers though get on social media and the they pop off at the mouth or I guess on the keyboard with no ramifications that they're going to get punched in the mouth. That's one thing that really irritates me with social media. You wouldn't talk to me the way you do on twitter facebook fill in the blank if me and you were face to face and I'm not saying me as an O._e._M.. Thomas Tough Guy Thomas I'm saying just general other person and so so the the bomb threats well of course it's easy to bomb threats. You know why because it I'm in the the safe security of my walls and I can type whatever I want it sin would now you might investigate me Yada Yada Yada but then I can encrypt and Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah so yeah and these poor kids have to your your daughter who had the bomb threat probably just was like get this is part of life. This is what it is. You know so sad but this isn't went. This isn't that podcast. This is Tim and we'll get what else was that. You're kind of. We can you know because you know the prior week ahead still some time off so we were just kind of doing stuff around the house and hanging out and then started a new job. That's kind of been the focus of the last couple of days as you know and then other than I'm happy for Christmas coming and stuff like that yeah. Christmas is coming before you. Are you done with your Christmas shopping real clue I am I'm do really. Would you give me that one thing yeah. You're like. Actually I'm not done. I was just thinking I forgot one thing that Dingo Brian Book. Oh Yeah Yeah yeah sure who I blame. The situation really is Daniel Bryan if he were a more entertaining author. Maybe I would have had the book done by now. It's a good book. It is a good book and I'm kidding. It's like I'm like Oh. I'm GonNa read and then I never read. I just sitting there. I see that book everyday everyday Brian Thompson good friend Tom. What did you do besides laments that you loan me a book? Once I tell you what I was with the styling profiling limousine ride Kim deal in Wayland deal and son of a gun sick teen world world champion one of the greatest of all time considered a pop culture icon since the nineteen eighties an influence in all genres of entertainment sports it one time world champion however however Johnson a related note the movie of the year because as longtime listeners of the podcast on Christmas. We don't do <hes> gifts on my mom's side what we do see a movie. <hes> this year's movie Bumblebee Johnson is the villain in that apparently but no other than I hung out with Rick flair awesome awesome cool. Oh my goodness. Let me tell you this real quick story again because we're recording this late we want to go to bed. Tim's got two kids and now new full-time job. He's trying to impress and be alert job yeah and so I'll tell you quickly what how it was so we went to our excuse me I went to an autograph. Signing of Ric flair got there about fifteen started at noon. I was one of the first few I was like probably tended to so we'll know by the way after I left and I'm not exaggerating this number. There was probably two to three hundred people behind me.
"guy thomas" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Some people don't know how to use Twitter really do their super dumb. Well. Yeah. There's a. I mean, just for context. Welcome back third. Our Justice and drew Jesse Kelly. Joining us in about half Sam. Hey, how's it going in there? There's certain people that have like blocked us on Twitter. Right. Right. But still tweet about us all the time, tag you. And then they tag thing like that. Well, I see it because they tag like the station. Right. Right. And I can see the stations notifications and things like that. So I'll see it because it will show up in the stations notifications. But I can't like reply to it or engage with it. Or even though I'm tagged or your tagged because they bought me write. This is dumb. This is dumb because of the ghost accounts. So so strange to me is like, oh, look at all these people that are tagging in their tweets. But they've got me blocked. I don't have them blocked. They have me blocked. So how am I supposed to see the horrible hateful things that you're saying about me if you've got me blocked, right unless they are going like meta unassuming, I do have goes to council. See it that way in which case you might as well just unleashed the block. So that I could see it up front, and they're always wrong to get like, really, really important. Details of the things are complaining about just get them raw so weird. Yeah. So be better off without Twitter. Justice. I really have come to that. I I I don't know. I don't I mean, I guess it's provided a level of good. And we could you could make a list we won't right now. It just seems like. Ship alert before. Yeah. Before twitter. Yeah. Yesterday. Imagine if you had the social media environment you have now when nine eleven actually occurred. No, I will not imagine that terrible. I will I will not imagine that. I don't want to. I do not want to I want to have a good day. This will really blow your mind. Do you think that we still would have gotten a Twitter if it hadn't been for nine eleven? I just blew my mind. My mind. John providing himself with his own little mic drop dead. Mic drop myself booth. When you look at when you look at what changed after that day in the sort of the the invention of the of the ticker Twitter, ends up becoming a a large extension of extension of that. So I wonder how long it would have been and how many things may not have been created if it hadn't been for for for nine eleven new Twitter starts, my timing is odd thousand six okay. So good. Okay. Boy, my mic drop still holds. Yeah. I was gonna say because Facebook was around back. Then wasn't. No. I don't think it was actually my space. I don't remember who was the mice based guy Thomas, right? Tom TOMS, where is he on Twitter 'cause my space is dead. When you connect to the world. Six one nine eight nine five eight five five as we've been talking about yo use the hashtag TC and t or at TC news talk, and you can see people being dumb and making stuff up. That's always fun. Men post the Minneapolis. Saint Paul metro area has added eighty three thousand households since twenty ten well building less than sixty four thousand new homes to accommodate those newcomers. Wait, so all those those eighty three thousand new households arrived here, but some twenty thousand of them people are just living on the streets. That's not a household than is that what? Is that what I'm supposed to assume here if there's no house it can't be a household right now a growing number number of Minnesota renter. Households are spending more than half of their incomes on housing city and federal data shows and a growing number of people can't afford homes at all. It's okay to rent, right. It is perfectly fine to read. Great. It's a it's a it's a wonderful option. It actually is a great great option. I very much like the renting. Yeah. I'm a fan. Yeah. I use renters warehouse, and it's amazing. How I can get nugget. There's benefits to owning a home. Don't misunderstand. But for me to make their own decision, though. And there's nothing inherently wrong no renting being able to deal with problems and issues. No one. I just got to go to the website. You know, my favorite part of being a renter is somebody knocks on your door. And it's one of those like home improvement guys. And they're like, hey, you know. You take a look at your. I don't know the house. I can't take those. That's exactly how you doing. See you later you've got to be sarcastic like that. I like this place. A renter. Look like, a hormone that my decision make here, you know, the exterior house looks like you could use me. I don't live here. You. Renter? Go pedal your hail roof hole. Plug in somewhere. Go plug somebody else's co you go do that. Meanwhile, medium home sales are arising rising fast topping two hundred and sixty thousand dollars as of July numbers, Minneapolis mayor man child. Jacob fry has called the shortage of affordable housing at a historic crisis for the city. Let's stop there. Real quick. It's only a historic crisis for the city because you've said it's a historic crisis for the city. Just. That's the only reason why it's not really, right? It's like it is the it is the for those that watch the office that is the equivalent of Michael Scott deciding that he has to declare bankruptcy walking into the office Zing. I declare bankruptcy. Just because you did that out loud. Then work that way doesn't make it official. That's why he wants to commit a record high of forty million dollars in city funds to a variety of programs next year to lower the burden of housing costs. As part of the one point five five billion dollar budget proposal. We're blessed that a whole lot of people wanna live in Minneapolis. But we don't have the prices and housing to accommodate them prices get jacked up, and so does the Rhett fry said in an interview. Now, the time is right to put your money where your are put our to put our money where our mouth is. No, no, no, no, no, no, no. You're putting our money where your mouth is. Yeah. But you're gonna take credit for it. Right. You're going to take all the credit, but you're taking you're doing this all with other people's money. Let's be let's be honest who have decided that other people's money would be better spent trying to make housing more affordable for other people than they would be able to spend it on themselves and their own families or within their own businesses. You have made that value proposition. You have made that decision and now you are going to forcefully take other people's money and spend it on what you think it should be spent on. Oh, PM is what you're talking about. That's right. That's right. Other people's my other people's money. Yeah. You're not spending any money. Jacob fry. No. But where the story goes on to say exactly does fry plan to spend the money millions of dollars in fries budget would go towards new programs. Most expensive of the new ideas, the country's first of its kind all my favorite something that's been completely untested so much my favorite three has nothing. But success written all over it. I if it's time program, according to the mayor to help homeless children and teens in Minneapolis public schools, k about thirty six hundred students enrolled in the district's search for a place to sleep at some point last year. Okay. Hold on hold on. I want to know the criteria for that data. Okay. Where are they pulling that number from, and how are they getting that gauge right what falls under the criteria of search for a place because my son is search for a place to sleep in the house before? I don't think that qualified. A similar size to Saint Paul school district. It's very meanwhile has seen around two thousand homeless students. So the suggestion here without being ridiculous is thirty six hundred students enrolled in the district. They say at some point were homeless. But again, I do call into question. What how does that? How does that category fit? I mean what what's the criteria to make that happen? And how do you justify the forty million dollars in the program to say is actually gonna get those kids off the street? If that number is, indeed, correct? The new FRY's sponsored initiative dubbed stable homes, stable schools, would try to put a dent in his cities totals with three point three million dollars annually to help pay rent bills or provide emergency assistance for hundreds of families over three years. So it's an entitlement program. That's what it is. It's another. It's another entitlement program. And I can I know we have programs already in place that do these types of things there are nonprofits out there. There are charities out there that exists to help with these things. Right. This is. This is going to be a massive failure in a massive disaster. Try to do something on this scale. You're not going to be able to to be able you're not going to be able to head to reach the amount of people that you could reach by engaging with already existing organizations in charities. So what should happen here? Okay. This is this is how if you're if let's let's let's approach this from the angle of it is indeed a crisis as he puts it, you know, it's an issue. It's a crisis whatever, and it's up in need to work here. Here's what you do. And I'll try to make a quick, okay. You don't do any of this for one K? You don't you don't, you know, all of these things you wanna do? Right. Stop stop doing that. It's real easy. We'll all be super happy to take your notes and everything else and just put them away. Right. Don't do any of this. Okay. Then what you do step one. Is you address you have a public forum? You are the mayor, right? Even though you're a man child of Minneapolis. You say this is the problem we need the community to step up. This is what any even if you want to say this is what I would like to do. Right. But rather than pumping forty million dollars at the problem. What we'd like to do is appeal to the community and the organizations that are already involved in doing this. How can we partner together? How can we get your message out there? How can the public going assist you and help you with what you need? And then encourage individuals to go and help those organizations. The next thing you do is you stop burdening businesses. Stop putting quotas and criteria on builders and sellers, right? Understand that renting is. Okay. This is a manufactured crisis that he is using to try to go and create another entitlement program that is not going to work. The other way is how you would affectively go about Ed addressing the problem. And you probably would see a lot more people. I would be willing to go and donate some money to an organization if you lay out how bad the problem is. And you show me a private entity out there willing to help it. Sure, I'll give a book. I I don't want adult him taking a dollar of my for is stupid program the core mode. The problem is the core motivation for this program. They're being dishonest. Right when when they talk about affordable housing calling it a crisis and things like that. Because that is not the core motivation. The core motivation is reimagining redesigning and reshaping neighborhoods and communities into how they think they should be. You know, they don't like the way that communities and neighborhoods have sort of naturally evolved naturally come about. They don't think that we as citizens are making the best decisions when it comes to long term sustainability, right then. And so they so they're using this something that pulls on heartstrings. Nobody wants to see a kid who is trying to find a place to sleep and everybody wants people to have homes and places to live. And then I don't want anybody to suffer from being homeless or they pull on the heartstrings to to get you behind this issue. We make it a crisis. So that they can just reshape and redesign neighborhoods and communities into into their vision. It's it's playing of sim city. Right, right. They want a different looking Minneapolis a different looking at twin cities. They don't want. You know, these neighborhoods existing the way they are. They they want when everything sort of clumped together a lot of density, a lot of compression. A lot of walkability. Oughta mixed use retail and residential and things like that. And they want people on their light rails and not using their cars. And this is all part of that agenda and their plans are so nefarious because they put in these debt they put in these these these made up timelines, right, especially with the minimum wage. They put in these timelines of implementation. Okay. They don't do that for the betterment of the community. No, they do that to create a long enough time line to where most likely whatever this thing is at its peak of whatever program, they're trying to push that person that pushed it will be long gone, and they won't be held accountable. I mean for crying out loud, look at the look at the number of stories that we've talked about since since mayor Betsy Hodges, right and how like the legacy there. She's long gone though. You don't have to worry about it anymore. She doesn't have to worry about it anymore because she's done her damage in moved, you know, and and moved on subsequent story here. From the Star Tribune exactly what you were talking about those. So what you've got the affordable housing stuff going on with Jacob fry Dina is embarking on changes to improve racial equity. Drops police oversight board multi-year plan approved last week by the city council includes dozens of directives but leaves out some requested by the task force that sought to address police relations. But it's the same thing that the Edina Sydney council adopts this ordinance for racial equity, and it's exactly what you were talking about a moment ago. They don't like the way their own. Their own region that they that they oversee looks. So they're going to try to do their own little bit of social engineering by trying to get the the the neighborhoods to their is look more diverse. Yeah, they just they they don't like the choices that we've made. And they want they want us to stop stop making our own choices. Just wanna cram into their little social engineering idea of what the twin cities should look like a so totalitarian of it really is kind of it's almost fascist little bit antifa should oppose Jacob fries. Housing plan. They really well. No, not antique not because they're bad..