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interview With Celeste Johnson
"Hello everyone welcome back to another episode of the run your day podcast as always your hosts dan hafner here. I'm super excited for today's episode. We have another interview lined up for you guys today. Today i will be talking with. Celeste johnson was a mother a wife a runner an inspiration to everyone. I'm super excited. Hafer on the show. We're going to talk specifically running and A lot of you are either through this Episode through the earth on this show through the runway jap or The run your podcast. So i think get a lot of value from her coming on the show. so celeste. how're are you doing today inks. I'm great how are you. i'm good. I'm good so yeah tell us a little bit about yourself and know how you got started with running and and we'll go from there Let's see i live in north carolina. been here a couple of years as you said my wife. I have two kids down almost thirteen nine and started running back in two thousand three. I think i just wanted to lose weight and get in shape and stuff like that. So i bought a treadmill in arena metro. Only like i never even went outside. I just ran like three to five miles a day. Nothing like exciting are tons of running or anything but So i would just run. And then i mean i did that for a really long time like up until two thousand and fifteen and my friend was like. You're not running on a treadmill inside any more. She's like you're running outside and she signed me up in join may join a running group in virginia. We moved here from virginia. And so i started reading outside amid all these amazing women and then i started racing totally fell in love with running all over again in a different way. So so why. Did you wrote a treadmill for so long. Was it just like Embarrassing or or what was. Why did why are you going to travel for so long. I mean i wasn't embarrassing. It was just probably just more convenient. Because i had little children at the time. And you can stop and get a water if you want to or are know. Probably the heat had to do with it too in one. Run outside in the heat like here. The problem is there's nowhere to run. There's no sidewalks to run on so like i either run in my community or run on the treadmill so that does drive me crazy. I'm like give me sidewalks to run on. Because in virginia we lived in ass suburb washington. Dc so there were sidewalks everywhere. I mean i could run thirty miles in any direction and so it was amazing. Do yeah that's where i just moved here. There's it's a kind of background but we also have like a big fifty five mile an hour road like that's kind of part of my block so if i just want to go for a quick ron i'm like well that's kind of a risk like there's no shoulder to run on and that's all the roads are there's no shoulder and occasionally people will run on them but i'm like oh my gosh so dangerous. The two cars are passing at the same time. And then there you are too so yeah for sure so okay so then when you started venturing into the running group world and the in the racing world Look like you've done you've done marathons you've done some further than marathons like tell us a little bit about what you've done. Yeah so i started off. Just doing the five k. And staff. And then i quickly moved to marathon Race the first time in august. Two thousand fifteen. Just five gay than i did. A half in that november and then the following spring. I didn't full marathon so like it was not long at all. I started racing marathon. So i've done four marathon so far in c. n. to fifty cays forty-five maller. So
"hafer" Discussed on The Editors
"Bad coffee we send one overseas We donate and contribute everything from coffee to cash. We've i did a veterans An adaptive athlete are true. Shootout here in utah were flooded bunch of buddies of mine their amputees. We we wanna dance. Fire the veteran community just to get out and be more active outdoor community in nobody more inspirational than people have to deal with the fiscal injury every day to we work a lot with inspiring veterans specifically to get out. Do something active recreate outdoors. You know and that's just one of many things. I think we'd given coffee and donations over a thousand different places this year alone. And that's everybody from the global war on terror Foundation to the special operations foundation to the cia donations. To be honest with you. There's so many that i there's so many that we work with. There's no way from me here. We have to spend three hours. Nego went through the list So you know. I always say no. Your actions speak louder than words and farrah's supplement. We do You know were were pretty content with the company. We built me matt best. My executive team here were were. Were really happy with our give back in what we do. Every year. give to exceed our our goals every every year. Chew my first year. I didn't pay myself. When i still was able to give ten thousand dollar check to a nonprofit and it's just one of the most powerful things in one of the things i'm most proud of the company is how much were able to give back. You know i lived on a government salary. The majority of my life slicks. I'm pretty comfortable. You know sleeping on a cot in shipping container right. I i don't need fancy fancy stuff. But if i can get back to my community that means that we're doing something good so so. What do you make of the rise of socialism in in the democratic party and cutted this it's connected to the broader critique of america kind of being poisoned at the at the outset and This this place shot through with racism and injustice that that needs to be radically and fundamentally transformed starts with a top. I think that you know you. Have you have a lot of You have a lot of corporate Funding subsidies right. We do then. I think the way the stuff kind of pulls itself is is a lot of executives. That are really hypocritical right now. they're like. Oh this anti socialism. They're being subsidized by the government. And i think it starts with us really recognizing how many different aspects of our of our country. You're truly socialist in their endeavor. So we're not hypocritical in the conversation and A good for instances i. I'm not okay with subsidizing You know the the corn industry because for what for a wide variety of reasons right. There are things that we have to do As a society for you know to strategically stabilize our country against foreign adversaries in typically in the capital markets as well right we have to do those things but this rise of socialism. And i think it's a rise of a generation of of kids that have ultimately been fed at a line of of line of crap. They've all been given participation trophies. Told they're they're all special in their all snowflake. It lasted a special little snowflakes right. And it's like no. I think more parents should have been more more honest with their children. You're you're you know not that you have to be really. You don't have to be mean to your kids but if if they're not gonna play for the nba. You're gonna have to really love with them at some point right. And you'll buying into this everybody's equal everybody smart. Everybody's the same or not all the same and what separates us is hard work. That's what separates us and when we all look at this. It's like whether you know earth wider african american spanish speaker. Who whatever your mail your female you know. People that are truly respect and admire the people that are honest work hard. That's that's who i respected admire. Nobody wants from perspective support. Somebody that is working as hard as they. They are but this propaganda that we fed the kids. And typically i think this is A parenting issue and then it's an academic education issue. They've fed are are this younger generation of kids a a line. That says you know if you go and you get a bachelor's degree you're going to be better your veteran your life. You're gonna make more money. You're gonna you know you're you're smarter. You're this you're that i think is fundamentally untrue And it's a business. I think once we people have to realize that education is a business in america I think too you know of course. Professors in academics are going to tell people that they're better off if they're going to have an education of course they are because they're part of the problem they're part of the institution that directly benefits from kids taking out loans. But if you're gonna get it what i told. People is like what they should have issued news. Political science degree was paper. Hat in the tag so i could practice telling people what would would you like fries with that but my buddies. That were engineers. They didn't have problems. they didn't have a problem. Get a job right. You know the my my my buddies. I became engineers. My buddies akeem no chemical engineers or architects or in their fundamental things in in a in a university that will do great.
"hafer" Discussed on The Editors
"Were refugees right and then based on how many typical refugee applications that we approve per year starbucks paypal is the majority of all refugees entering the united states. Then they'd have to be qualified for the job so that it's statistically impossible by the way it's not it's so here's this guy that's you know and this is what happens with all these billionaires from everyone these big corporations that live on the west coast like this silicon valley Mentality all these guys. They think they are the smartest people on the planet they really do. And what what howard schultz didn't know. When he made that. Stephen is that the bank of mozell had been overrun and by isis. And there were thousands of passports that bank so when isis overthrew the bank mozell in had thousands of passports. What was happening was the big fear here. Was that these guys. Were going to be putting valid passports in the hands of that bad people so everybody was like you know of course like the first thing. Trump is a racist. Easing a phobia blah blah blah. It's like you just have no idea what is going on. can we. just you know. Dial down your woke woke me for ten seconds while we try to figure this out. Now it's you know we're going to hire the refugees and you know here comes you know the the silicon valley. Ceo to save everybody on their. Your tesla horse. you know. it's just the dumbest statement. I had kind of heard so it was like you know what. Screw this guy We have more important people here that we need to really focus on getting their their jobs. You know veterans. At that point they were they were almost four percent higher than the national average for unemployment as a as a as a subculture is a professional demographic so thousands of vets needed jobs. You know okay. But we're gonna take care of people we can't necessarily improperly categorized into you know a refugee status. We don't know made they're bad people or good people whatever it is instead of taking care of the people that have actually served communities are countries. It just seems like the wrong priorities but what it was ultimately just trying to troll the executive office right in. I knew that everybody knew that so. I was trolling him. He was trolling trump. I was trolling him. Like you know In resonated Because that is a valid message. Where i got on fox news. Talking about hiring veterans and veterans higher initiatives in. I still think today. i'm right. Above fifty percent veteran hiring rate on a company that has four hundred employees. I have one of the. Highest percentage of workforce veteran like veteran to civilian workforce probably in the country. You know. I said everybody you know years ago. They're like oh. How are you going to hire ten thousand veterans mc. I dunno figured out. You know it. Two years i've i've gone from thirty employees to four hundred unfolding. Twenty plus franchises franchise licensees in corporate stores in the next in the next eighteen months Nanna i'll tell you what i'm gonna be I told everybody is like you know what i'm gonna do it. I've got a plan for the next six years I think i'm going to get there in time. He's meantime guys do a lot a lot of other stuff to to support. Yeah veterans and first responders. Yeah i i've given over a million dollars back this just this year alone. To veterans related causes first responders. We do a that. Give bag every year. Where anytime you buy a bag..
"hafer" Discussed on The Editors
"So when you're looking for a green bean coffee comes into cherry In its the coffee that we roast are anybody. Rose basically has two pieces of the being inside the cherry and you have to go to the the right farms. You have to see how they're they're actually growing their coffee whether their agriculture practices. So there's a lot less a lot like you know the the it's kind of analogous to grapes and wine right. I mean it's very very much. Yeah yeah you you really. It's just a quality selection piece to your green bean. So you get your higher quality green bean in and then you have to develop and spend some time with the coffee to really figure out what roast or in when you say when i say roast profile when referring to as you put it mike coffee roasters are made by. The company called burns out of chicago pro birds. And they're they're basically big steel drums that rotate around like a big clothes dryer. And then they apply fire to the bottom of heat. These big drums up. And when you change the heat level into the drum itself you have a couple of different things you got your air. He drum Agitation you can change all those things will actually change the way. The coffee tastes so you gotta to spend some time with this high quality. Green coffee really unpacking. Wha what's the best profile you can put on it from there. Once you select that it's replicating it then three. It's how do you make it so you can change a lot of different. Things are a lot of different variables at the end of this. Which are you gonna do a poor overeating do espresso. You can put it through mr coffee So and that will change based on. What's your grand. What's the granularity of the coffee. What kind of heat do you have to. Your water is there. You know pressure on your espresso that will also change the taste so three very distinctly different phases selection roasting. And then. obviously how you're you're you're making it will change the way a coffee tastes and if you nail each one of those. You're gonna have incredible incredible cup of coffee. And what were the first steps of the actual business. How did you begin selling product. You know. I didn't have the money initially to start a coffee shops so i i felt like well. I am ideal this start selling coffee online. This this econ piece seems pretty interesting to me Social media was was really kind of just ramping up and You know. I had this thought it was like you know if you can orchestrate a revolution in egypt with twitter. You should be able to solve some coffee..
"hafer" Discussed on The Editors
"Conduct war. It's just bombs and stuff. It's like no it's a very tactical In its tactically driven strategic and thought. There's a lot of executive functioning comes into it So i've had yet using those capable of people on earth and i was out whenever iraq Couple times in afghanistan not not heavy embedded and not embedded but just on trips and just getting just the slightest taste of it the incredibly impressive incredibly impressive. And you put it really. Well just on this is this is it's n- doesn't require just fit Physical endurance and bravery it requires thinking at the highest level in the most difficult circumstances. I i've been in a bit of civil war kick reading a lot of civil war history and so they they had. I think the average Gun they had their nine steps to loading it and just think about doing that. While where people are get their brains are getting blown out next you. How do you do that. How do you do that. And you know civil war battles relatively simple compared to compared to some environments. Our guys have been you know an and these These wars of counter-insurgency but it's just a hugely difficult. And how and how you know. I had I talked to. Hr mcmaster in book out. Don't want to go. And i talked to him about this about fear. Just how do you clunker that overwhelmingly natural human impulse of self preservation. And you know don't not only just don't cower and run away but do these incredibly complex tasks while you're under this this natural stress. Well i think. I when i look at the civil war look at the revolution. Were like previous wars right they. They weren't less complex and war is war in it. You're in a fight for your life in what happened. I think in just evolutionary circumstances of war was you went from essentially we are caveman just clubbing. Each other then you know bashing each others heads with rocks at clubbing. Each other than than we got some sharpen tools than we got some projectiles and things like that But then there is a time in history in the last one hundred twenty years which is really a small both in our of luminaries cycle. As far as like human development warfare projectiles got really fast and In war really started to speed up from a distance because used to be very a very intimate act. You're you're killing people with your hands. And in when i say that it. You know people the They're like all you know the civil war i've heard that share of warwick. No it's you're still a in the battles that i've read about you know. These guys are going in hand-to-hand dan charges and they're reloading their rifles mueller being shot at and formation. You've got you know. Horses and horrible. Kier got wool and steal. Everything's heavy everything's everything's like shoot man you know. We had the best gear in the world. I wasn't carrying that much crap. You know and i've got. I've got a rifle. That has thirty rounds in it. And i've got you know a hundred and twenty more rounds on me and i've got hand grenades and all i got. I got complex problem solving material. Like i can do some. I can do some stuff and these guys were just kind of locked into a box in how they were fighting in. That makes things more difficult. Because now you're kind of locked into a box. You don't know exactly what's going on. You don't have a lot of training and now you're just trying to survive in now. That gets me into my next thought in their survival mechanism which is how do you conquer fear you know. I've spent a lot of time thinking about my fear. Conquering fear. Fear is is an incredible aspect of your life rate. We're if if you can learn how to at least mute it but you still have to have it right. You can just kind of muted different circumstances you can achieve incredible thinks in. That's every day all day all day long. That's speaking with candor to people right that's standing up for something that's wrong that's A wide variety of daily things that you go through and what i always tell. People is You know Heroism is not just something you're gonna roll out of your bed in. It's going to happen because you're going to rise to the occasion randomly. You have to gradually build in everything in your to adjust your fear to conquer read or ultimately harness it and that. That's it's a slow steady ratcheting. So i used to do a lot of things and in my life. Cer- see my teens my twenties where he's doing a lot of climbing those doing a lot of whitewater kayaking. I do a lot of competitive pistol shooting and They these things scared the piss out of me and you have to learn what it's like to put yourself into very scary situations and then you have to learn how to You have to learn how to mute your fear. So when you're one hundred fifty feet off the ground and you just got a little piece of rope that is between you and your death and you're placing cans and things like that little cracks trend to figure out how to climb a a big rock wall that that the tends to freak you out a little bit and You know this was before war so all of these kind of outdoor physical activities where you required to solve a problem in the time restraint can kind of start to ratchet yourself tightened down your your fear in order to accomplish. I think the most complex in kenna fear driven activity known demand which is war. But it's not something you're just gonna like you said the same thing in life right. It's.
"hafer" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience
"Well, I think that that's one of the things that we talk about a lot is. The. Our our politicians will say our leadership. They they love to go to war. They love it. You know. Hey. How many times can we send more guys to war? How many countries and I'm a participant in that endeavour by the way right. Invaded Iraq. I've spent a lot of my adult life in in war specifically in both Iraq and Afghanistan, but the thing that I've noticed in my adult life is that politicians love it. They love to send you know eighteen to twenty six year old men and women they loved to send him to war. What they hate is paying the fucking bill. That's what they hate. They hate paying for the after effects they hate. Standing by their word in the sense of Hey, we're gonNA take care of you your all your health problems, your education. We're going to start really fixing the VA system. So there's long-term care what most veterans that I know what they have to do is they have to continue to lobby the government over and over and over for them to prove that what's happened to their body is connected to their service. But. The issue that I continue to see is that is a lack of of one. It's a lack of experience for our politicians. They don't quite understand what war is long term effects on individual soldiers. after decades of service and I think you know hundreds of my friends everyone of every one of us has some type of long-term fact from their service. Every one of us in the sense of of sleep issues you have, you know got issues do you have inflammatory inflammation or you missing a limb? In really it's it's disgusting the amount of. emphasis there is ongoing. And then the lack of emphasis on care it really it. It saddens me as a society when we have to rely on nonprofits. To pay for the care of veterans. The the military or the DOD in the tax, the taxpayers essentially again I think if they understood. If they knew they weren't paying for the long term care of her service members to the degree that they needed. They would absolutely have no issues stepping up and saying, Hey, we have to do something about this. and it's. It's really when we look at the entire system and how it's put together. There's no way that person this is a good story from my friend Clint. He's missing both his legs recently from last year during Cove Ed. What was happening as his leg was changing as far as the shape of it because he was growing addition additional layer of bone where his leg was blown off and he needed a new leg, but he couldn't get in to get a new leg. So he was confined to his wheelchair for almost six months during this process and he couldn't get an appointment. There's no reason why that should hats except there's literally zero reason. We can't have the largest transfer of wealth from taxpayer into the military industrial complex in modern history. Without. Zero. As far as our entire political system and then not continue to care for our veterans. There's just no way that we can do that as a society because I think ultimately that defines us in who we are collectively in. It's not a good grade. There's a long history of the United States doing that remember when people were coming back from the first Gulf War and they were having all these issues with radiation because they use that. Is depleted uranium rounds and they kinda denied first of all that they use them they denied that this effect was related to that and birth defects and all sorts of weird radiation sickness issues that people are having they were calling Gulf War Syndrome but they did their very best to not take care of these people. Exactly. You look from the Agent Orange in Vietnam Vietnam the long term effects of that and all the studies and research that's coming out right now with the burn pits. Yes and the carcinogens and how much cancer. But then they're like, oh, you can't really draw the conclusion that came from Burnin. Shit for six months. And to Evans Point is well, it's it's tragic to be honest that there's tens of thousands of nonprofits that having to do the legwork without government grants were funding. The money is coming from people that are being participation philanthropy saying i WanNa do something good for these guys and Gals at have release us like to Clint's he's missing his legs and you're GonNa make them in a wheelchair for months because of. For me that just absolutely unacceptable and there has to be changed the story you were telling right before the show Mary about your friend who lost her arms. Explain that whatever good friends, Mary she's Yoda Tech had both her arms blowing off when she tried to catch them ordinance that they were going to dispose of, and essentially she has a full time caregiver and she went to go see her family for I. Believe it was a month and during that time she didn't have the caregiver because she's with her husband and family and they're taking care of her well the va determined after that stint that she doesn't a fulltime caregiver because she obviously was fine that months she was away and this is a young lady who amazing person like just nubs there's she calls herself wonder nerves bless her heart. She's hilarious. But she she can't do things that come. So easily to us like grab things use the toilet and she has really funny twitter about wiping massively she said but the fact that that's happening and someone in the Va wasn't like Oh that's fucking stupid. Here you go full time caregiver like that I mean they're just trying to find a way to cut money left and right and it's just numbers on a piece of paper. It's numbers on a piece of paper and.
"hafer" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience
"Ultra process seed oils, sugar corn syrup. Preservatives fucking gallons of preservatives glyphosate on all our plants. Yeah. That's also evidence that like animals and I've been getting into this. Animals that eat. These ultra processed foods than you eat them like animals that eat like ultra process corn, and then you animal like you're getting some of the bullshit from the corn in some of the bullshit from that all these seed oil acids, you're getting these things in your body to. But that that makes sense to me, it makes complete sense to me when we look at what they're eating. And then you're eating them for sure the there's really not a direct or you're not stretching in connecting a lot of complex thought there in the sense of when people are trying to sell me on the idea like no, it's great. Don't worry about it. It's like no man like those chickens are eating arsenic and they're packed in you know right on top of each other shitting on each other everywhere like rather have a free free range egg. That I'd rather have free range chickens. No offense to however you want to eat but it's just a preference of eating. It's pretty easy. I think that the the argument comes from corporate impact in marketing where They'll just Americans will consume it without thinking and go. Well, it's good because Jack in the box told me that it's Ganic well I think there's any one thing in this country where there is a a massive. Lack of understanding in terms of like the the people perceive what's good and what's bad. It's nutrition because there's so few doctors that really know what the fuck they're talking about their doctors out there that will tell you don't need supplements you. You need a healthy balanced diet. Look at them. They got a gut bloated. Dying. Fuck is going on I just typed in brown rice I white rice this to see what would pop up and like the all five six articles that come up, say the opposite of what you guys said it's good for you. That brown rice has a better advantage over. WHAT'S THE Nutrients, and antioxidants rises empty calories. Listen. Rice is basically just carbohydrates. It is just carp is just calories, but the shell of the brown rice is not good for you. What Google? Do Google this. Brown right the negative consequences of brown rice. I think it's not necessarily nutritional thing. There's something. Vegan propaganda and these articles that are written by these people like the one I went google. A company I've I get food from sometimes not. paid by them but Jimmy, a favorite Google Google the negative. That's let's say the negative. Impact Brown, Rice, negative health consequences of brown rice that's going to be across the board it with food actually just listening to a doctor discuss this. Brown rice. Brown rice, the Brandon German tag both which are responsible for given the hi Fi brand germ also irritated digestive tracts just a problems bloating diarrhea constipation leaky Gut Syndrome I would skip that source usually a times of India bad. Over there. From wikipedia. That we would. Start with that would say, well, that's the problem like where do you get? That's why trying to say so I just typed. Web MD is usually pretty good. I just typed in Brown problem with brown rice go that invictus fitness what is that? Here we go. The problem with Brown Rice. Dies. Office people should eat brown rice to majority your protein. Brown rice reported high levels of Inorganic Arsenic, which is what I said, which is known potentially caused liver lung kidney and bladder cancer. Some stick just naturally occurring mineral but the inorganic kind comes from chemicals and pesticides. Research Name Aron helped run to. He's a very highly respected fellow Republican online run two different research projects comparing the effects of white rice and brown rice on the body. See the findings below white rice actually has an equal or better nutritional yield and also a better nitrogen retentive affect than brown rice is also because fiber and fight. What's that word fight tate phytate fiber and take content brown rice act as an anti nutrient reducing the bioavailability of the micro nutrients it contains since no one is reading the fucking link I'll just lay things out here for us. Yeah. So. The problem with things that are posted online is that there's a lot of people that want to get you to eat a certain way and they'd like you to eat whole foods they'd like to eat. The plant based foods they'd like it eat carnivore they'd like it. He Kito, and they'll try to spell things out with user bias or with. Confirmation bias and try to only like if you've talked to people that are carnivore base people, they'll just tell you like this is the only way you should eat, and this is why you talk to people that are vegans. This is the only way you should eat, and this is why and more now than ever before people think that plant based is the way to go. So oftentimes when you google like brown rice or by Rice or vegetables or whatever you'll only find the positive consequences like it's very rare to find the negative consequences of eating leafy green vegetables but they they exist the negative controversial oscillates like. What Cyrus has old boyfriend directs husband he had to get fucking surgery because he was getting these kidney stones because he was eating so much leafy green vegetable. You kidding me you get oscillates yeah. Yet. Another reason, why should he greens? But then there's other people that to tell you. The Greens are super healthy for you, and there's all these benefits eating Greens and that certain level I think a certain amount of eating Greens. There's. There's there's a hermetic affect your body is like like. Certain plants have chemicals that they release to try to discourage predation, right so they'll release these chemicals and these chemicals that will discourage animals from from eating them. In fact, when it goes back to giraffes, there's certain drafted eventually starved because this is really crazy when the giraffes upwind were eating certain plants the the believes down wind caught the fact that they were being there being writing and they changed their taste profile. So they released A. Certain chemical that makes the giraffes discouraged from eating as these drafts hated eating this ship it's really crazy like yours Chris Chemicals that plants release they took plants don't want to be fucking eating right? You know like and they have to figure out how to survive. So nature has all these strategies for survival and one of the strategies that plants have is they've released these chemicals in order to make themselves tastes like shit or even be poisonous. I've been hearing more and more of this, and it's interesting because when I look at what's going on with your gut right and I was just having this conversation earlier with a with a retired special forces guy good friend of mine. And we're talking about there are life in the military and what's happening in our gut by right what's happening with the balance of your ecosystem down here and? We were. We've lived this life of going overseas in in overseas repetitively on on on a on a yearly, sometimes more annual cycle in these developing world countries in combat zones were nuking our gut. Every time we go over there anti malarial anti-inflammatory..
"hafer" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience
"That drive around those things. Yeah. It's going to rich rushing things. Ask. One ballistic car in USA. Yeah. You're rich rich and chances are someone wants to kill you. I would say that's really high. Possibility. Possibility. So. So when you got out of the military, how long was it before you started black rifle it was started basically the same time. We're still coffee in there. What is this? What coffee that is that cinnabar I roasted special for this for this place that These Costa Ricans. Would you think? Bomb diggity really love it. I I was turned on Ethiopian coffee I this Guy Peter Giuliano he's a coffee expert back in the day podcast like a few years back. I was just interested I was like, what like what is it like what? People that are really into coffee reading about people who are really in coughing like I want to know what the fuck is going on like what is happening is real heavy coffee nerds because I would just get coffee poor cream in it, and then I was into like mcat oil grasp had butter and coffee for a while but the problem with that is people podcast got so annoyed with me going. Every thirty. Because you've got all his grass fed butter and mcat oil in your throat right? Just like coach you. So I got this Guy Peter Giuliano and he explained to me the whole thing all coffee came from Ethiopia and then and then the difference between wet processing and dry processing m. and coffee rust and all these different things. We went down the rabbit hole for like three. Our best analogy I have for coffee. It's so similar to wine right? You had the wine connoisseurs that can taste all the tasting notes and all that. Then you have the average consumer that goes and buys bottom boxers to get drunk or caffeine. It's very similar where if you go down the rabbit hole like Evans specifically with everything cigars. dorks that take it to the next level with it, and I think that the for every one of those whether it's wine or cigars or coffee or whatever it is rate, and which is site total sidebar story but we might as well, which is as a win had dinner with crowder. When night we went to the cigar bar. And he's he's a hard core cigar aficionado like he's. and. So he was taking me down you know Cigar Street with whatever he's doing and I was taken him down Coffee Street, and so the Geeky EST conversation. In in America, was taking place between Stephen. And me is we're trying to eat steak and this this bar in Dallas, not too far from his office but I think for every one of those, you actually find a niche subculture of people that are also share you know your. Your Saint Passion for just obscure details and things. So when you're talking about wine or coffee. You do have some type of common kinship I, guess because I. I I totally get why people are into this one little thing and they want to go as deep as interesting as they can I totally get it because I'm like that was coffee. I never get bored of it if I go to Panama Guatemala Costa Rica. Coffee is so fascinating from every aspect whether we're looking from historical of the international historical consequences of this entire commodity whether it's commodities trading whether it's growing and processing. The future of coffee where is it headed? How are we? You know optimizing the growing process? So we don't run out of it whether you're looking at it from a roasting or a drinking, all of that. You can go as deep in his detailed as you want and it doesn't get fucking boring. The rest of my life ever thought about farming. Is it possible doing, America, can you do it in Texas? No off climates just not correct? No, it's. Out of Hawaii right which is fucking fantastic. I Love Kona Coffee. Yeah. It's some really amazing flavors that come out of the Big Island for whatever reason right to soil is that what it is yeah, it's the soil. So when you have the High Lob or let's be honest, that's not America now. Why is not America it's crazy. I mean, I love Hawaii don't get me wrong but they should be they should allowed be allowed to be their own fucking country there an island in the middle of the ocean. It's five hours by plane from America. The fuck is that America now I think they should be protected by manager don't get me wrong but the idea that that's regular America. Come on Man Hawaii there's a specific look Hawaiians half whereas other looks Hawaiian Yeah exactly what does a guy from Iowa or that Guy Looks Iowan No. Way that it. took. fucking crazy. That's America. Yeah plus you can I don't want America to fuck it up. So Right Out there like none of the American politicians can fuck that to the point where we can't go out there and at least enjoy it in a peaceful and it in a way. That's beneficial for everybody that we've done they've done an amazing job of not fucking it up. Yeah. Thinking about how many people come there. Like every year people are constantly going to Hawaii, they've somehow another managed to keep it together. I think it's very much America's like vacation spot where we'll. We'll take that island. So you know we have bachelorette parties we can just roll out there. Sit On. Quiet. Days and drink Margaritas. The thing that I was thinking about when I was flying out there, which is really kind of morbid thought in some ways where I was thinking about all the fat that is flown across the ocean. So they can go eat more fat on the island of Hawaii in the sense of. Like just people in the obesity of just generally flying seven hours landing on an island, and then essentially sitting and eating in a buffet and then flying back and I was thinking about the fuel that's being utilized to cart just general fat back and forth. That's what I was thinking about when I was flying to Hawaii in January and fat and booze. Yeah. Fat In. Booz Booz kids consume there so much. With me too when I go there. I just immediately start drinking I don't drink during the day here like very rarely. But when I go to Hawaii like the moment I. Land. Fuck. Yeah. Ask. By. Eleven am. Exactly. SOMEONE AN UMBRELLA Someone a pineapple slice in it. Party. I fucking love it there and it's my favorite hunting destination. because. It's a great place to go and get tuned up for like elk hunting because he get so many opportunities when you go to I am. Yeah like ethically like they have to kill those things like there's no if ands or buts about it, they bring in snipers on a weekly basis they have thirty. Thirty thousand. Deer. Plus or minus. You know they don't really know they're doing overhead surveys and shit on an island with three thousand people in its time you've been no I haven't proud. It's bonkers you're there at nighttime and you hit the flashlight, hit the headlights and you just see thousands of is you like This is crazy for access breed like hogs as you know and I think a lot of people don't know like Texas with the exotic here. What happened over the last? You know whatever one hundred years is the rains and storms wash out the high fence. And then you get the access that escape, and now they're like rampant where I live in hill country just our way I mean they're they're fucking everywhere. There's almost more than like wild whitetail..
"hafer" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience
"Is to blend in. So. To my point, you'll have fields of shit that you can't use because some dumb ass is pulling the trigger on your government tax dollars going this looks good to me Mas. We'll just see how that looks. Yeah. They take like an old Chevy Blazer and then retrofit it. Well, there's that to you do that do they do that oh? Yeah. You can when You look go down, go down the rabbit hole and armored vehicles, and obviously you probably wouldn't. But if if you wanted an armored vehicle at any kind, you can get it now there are there are different armored vehicles from different companies. So for instance, Mercedes. Builds their armored vehicles from ground up. It's one of the best if not the best armored vehicle in the world. It's built from ground up Jamie. Yeah. Yeah. The. Originally, was military vehicle. Yeah. That's why it's so durable like my wife has one of those. It's like the war is like Fuck Ka Chunk it's not like any other car. So thick like the gauge steel. They don't make cars like it know. That it's so boxing, it's got such good angles to think that it really fits. Well, then listen is they look fucking incredible. You remember the weight on like a level seven like how those things are. Yeah. It offset the gravity of the earth. It was fucking like those things are so heavy and so top heavy it that was the other issue too. You're not going anywhere fast and those things. So if you need armored up, right so you must have like steel plates at the bottom of it. It's all bill from ground up. So it's not as if you have a steel plate that you can remove or something or that's been retro and it's bill on the factory line. For it to be an armored vehicle saw this time military guys they make him for like dictator no, they make them for for forever really rich pricks or dictator acts or military whoever it is, it doesn't want to get blown up. And you can take I think it's something like three rounds of AK47. So seven sixty by thirty nine and a three inch square, and that's through the entire vehicle. So when you're getting When you're getting lit up one of those it's it's at one. It's it's an interesting experience. You're never gonNA forget and then to you're feeling pretty good especially, if they're shooting at you with AK or just like whatever I'm going to have a snack you guys have. been sought one while under attack Oh, Gosh Yeah. What does it like? Just think today? Yeah. Some tanks. And obviously, you know your your job is not to stick around and kind of absorb the rounds but the the a level seven is what it's called and so when you're an eleven seven armored vehicle, it's getting shot at by their seven sixty about thirty nine or you know increase. The caliber of of rifle or belt fed it will absorb a certain amount around sometimes it'll be loud and sometimes it'll be really muted and quiet depending on where it strikes strikes how it strikes. If it's striking angle if it's perpendicular the round, where is it hitting So, how close are you to the shooter? Wha, how perpendicular you are around? How big is the round? So it'll? It'll sound different depending on where you're at and you can kind of like where's that coming from? How much weight does it add to the overall truck? Oh Gosh it. Ensures, if you were to put your finger in one of those levels, seven doors by hand. Trimmed off you'll get it trimmed off and that's a really weird factoid about level sevens is you never wanNA roll down the windows and you really can't. On your teammates farts. It's the worst because you can't open the door roll down the window. You're like really dude yeah you go through chick-fil-a drive in one of those things. No, you can. You can get. The window down about this far give or take but it will also take it. It'll also take a finger off if you'll send roll up the window, the windows going to be three and a half to four inches thick. That's how big it is and it's not glass. It's it's a it's a plastic essentially or Some type of plastic, but you can see through and. You can see through looks somewhat like glass if you get close to an armored vehicle. Listen is right now going I, need that my life oh man I need one of those a lot of companies that do that they take like Tacoma's Tundras. With level seven's. Kind of bad ass one day I won't doesn't that a Dev Rollo Company do that? Do you know the company Rollo? Talking about yeah. They they do the plastic coating on the outside chip called the hard plastic coating on the outside. The synthetic heavily yes. Like this hard plastic the it's like forget what it's called. There's a usually these for undercoating some cars but these a lot of cars they do it on the outside as well, and then they'll do a whole bulletproof treatment of them. Five hundred thousand dollars to a pretty expensive expensive with Jamie Dev? Rollo. It's. They'll do a seven hundred horsepower engine. All kinds of crazy shit like when you look at the will or Sadi's. You'll have sometimes, you'll have a V, twelve twin, Turbo v Twelve Mercedes that's gotta be six hundred. We go to go to their just their model range where the model ranges and go to the Predator limousine look at that thing. Yeah they make a limo, but the Predator is their top of the line. Oh, that's that's their F one, fifty, F., one fifty, and they also do a Tundra but there's that line that shit on the outside Linex is that what it's called yeah. Yeah this Lennox Yeah. So. This is really durable plastic that you can't scratch or dent. So now that you're in Texas is not GONNA be your Texas truck I think I might have to Deb ex call a deck. So it's like a version of Linex I'm sure right think it used to be called, Linex? Yeah. Things are mean looking like it. Yeah. That's dope also. Okay. So it does do it for GPS to there. Are they do with. LINEX. Mercedes. What did you do ask discussing unscratched but it looks like Shit. Look Ogata's. A Matt looking but the texture yeah, I've seen people do that with GPS and shit. Oh. Yeah. I think Dudley did it. They WANNA his really? Yeah. I think he's jeep was just at the office I think he's got some kind of. LINEX or something. I don't know I just saw it. I just saw it in Utah and maybe that probably just imagine my mind not paying attention. Now we're looking at so many different things when we were up there. Yeah but that so this company does that, but it's like I. think that was there's a lot a lot of rich Russian guys that drive around those things. Yeah. It's going to rich rushing things. Ask. One ballistic car in USA. Yeah. You're rich rich and chances are someone wants to kill you. I would say that's really high. Possibility. Possibility..
"hafer" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience
"Company black rifle coffee probably seen me wear t shirts and do their ads before but they're more than that. It's Ever and Matt Best and these guys are veterans. They're really into veteran supported causes and they give a lot of coffee and a lot of charity to first responders Lon forcement, military causes. They're just great human beings and this was a deep conversation. I mean. We talked about all kinds of cool stuff like diet and just military life. But and coffee, of course. But then we got into some some heavy shit about the military industrial complex and it was a very intense podcast. I really enjoyed it and I. Really Love these guys and I love what they stand for and I love their company. So please give it up for Evan Hafer and Matt Best of black rifle coffee. The Joe Rogan experience. PODCAST. Hello. Gentleman. We're rolling we're rolling. Off guys for a long time and enjoy your coffee for a long time. So I'm happy guys could come on here and talk some shit man I love it. I love being shows with Matt especially with you. This is fucking credible to your ridiculous set up that you put in the kitchen with all the coffee espresso a videotaped it. So people could see but the measuring of the weight of the grams. I know you got into it bef- you were into coffee before you were in the military right? And then you started bringing coffee and a roaster and a whole setup with overseas. But like this like measuring it and the exact temperature of the water and all that Jazz Oh. Yeah I think. Way Back. In late nineties I guess is probably where it all began and I always say this where you know every good story starts with a with a with a good check basically, and I met this Barista back in the late nineties and she turned me onto espresso. So. I started really going down the rabbit hole and coffee. So she was just like really in whispers wasn't she was she's hot and. Humid Barista so But. That was the gateway to this entire thing and. Then as I continue to evolve my my coffee nerd. Sensitive ME I. I I was like, well, you know what? This green beret thing sounds. Pretty cool. I. Would Love to be able to do that jump out of planes maybe overthrow some countries. That's that sounds pretty rat. But never left, and so I was still way into coffee roasting coffee on fires and all my stove and getting different weird espresso machines and the funny thing is back in when I was in SF guy. People would make fun of me all the time like you hipster douchebag. What do you do? You like sweet thirty minutes and make a cup of coffee. Doing. Well, that's why it's a funny contrast between this. Special Forces Guy Seven is like really meticulous with their coffee. No cream. Don't you dare. Jacquard kind of makes fun of it in his book where he talks about like putting honey, his black rifle coffee and half of it is just to kind of mock the fact that people who really coffee we'll put anything in it. Disaster. They won't, and Jack is one of my friends. So when he when he came out to the house, he was doing research for his book. I was making a cup of coffee and he was like. Dude this is fucking insane like how long is this going to take I was Like. Man It takes as long as it takes that entire up that we just put in your studio. I had that in my coffee lab in my house that entire thing. And I'm out here in his roasting coffee on my stove and going going way down the rabbit hole with Jack and he's taking notes you know for his book and he's a former seal you know. So we're talking shit and he's like you must have just been picked on the teams. Right thank you. Yeah, I. Guess That's I. You know like. You just have to run fast because if if you're going to do something weird like this, you gotta be able to run really fast a lot of fucking pull ups and push ups and shoot really well I. think that was one of the things where I was like man I got to be really good at all these things because it's got to offset all my Bagheri over here. We've laughs respect you. Balls deepening coffee. It's an interesting story. When we both had professions post military as contractors and I was in this fob and I'm sitting there I'm like why the fuck is this like fifty thousand dollar Expresso machine for a very small base in the middle of nowhere will come to find three three years later I'm trying with and I'm like, yeah do agency bought some stupid ass Yep that those me I. Ever to author, to buy. Super Intricate frigging espresso machine in the middle of nowhere I'm like of course it was you. So I that's the exactly. So the entire story so I'm working at the agency then so fast forward a few years later. And the logistics person came to me and here she was like, Hey, what kind of espresso machine or coffee machine should be Biden's like, oh, don't worry. I'll send you the links to it. And it was like thirty thousand dollars machine. Imported it from Italy and had it flown in through this some other logistic situation and she's like so this is it Mike Yeah but we still need a grinder to right and that was something kind of lived in in nod infamy that I had gotten the the entire logistics system to buy me this espresso machine from and there was no oversight like no one was like looking at the counts and GonNa what the fuck is contrary to popular belief you know Congressional oversight and budgets at times is a little bit. War they kind of say, here's lump sum. You know here you go. Here's here's twenty, three, million dollars as long as you can justify it maybe we'll be okay To at the end of the fiscal year, they're like we got some money to spend or we don't get this budget next year. Honestly in. Iraq early on it, it was like a dumpster fire with cash just the tax dollars that were just. Burnt in that place just dumb shit. You couldn't even imagine when I look back on it now as a guy that's very vested in what's happening my tax dollars and like what the fuck where these idiots doing like. This is so dumb. Dumb. Like what was besides Espresso Machines? What was the other ridiculous shit that the money was being spent on? Oh, well, here's a great example. So. I've got a myriad of them but. We had a field of up armored vehicles that were really fucking expensive Mike Five, hundred, thousand dollars a pop give or take. We couldn't take him anywhere because. They were so obvious that it was a up armored vehicle that you just drive around people would want to take potshots at you for the fun of it. So you have these beautiful half a million to a million dollar cars that you can't use. So you gotta go when when we're working in the low viz capacity means you're just trying to blend in just not get shot man like don't pick a fight like let's just blend and do our job get the fuck Outta here. But if you have a really expensive looking like g five or something that's just really g five in the middle of fucking Baghdad and work zone people are GonNa want it professionals wash. That big machine. Yeah. Bulletproof Gyn? Yeah, really geared. So she worked all of this stuff is up armored. So when you look at this like any vehicle you want, you can get a level of armor to it. But. If you buy the most ridiculous expensive vehicle in the middle of fucking war-torn country. You'RE GONNA stick out like a sore thumb and the whole intent of the mission..
A Turning Point: Race Relations In Sports
"It has now been more than four weeks in George. Floyd was murdered nearly a month since we all watched him. Take his last breaths. It feels like so much is different, but real actionable change that takes time. Many who took to the streets in protests have now resumed their daily lives, so now seems appropriate to discuss how sport will handle affairs moving forward. As North American teams and Leagues Continue Their Return to play processes. It is vital that the conversations and promises made when the racial issue was hottest that they do not go away. In a few moments, we will welcome in our panel to discuss how that should happen, but first a look at how we got here in the first place. He will have color have been argued about beliefs, and that's not right. That's not right by any was standards. The point he was making gut twisted from the start. The beginning when Colin Kaepernick I made is public protests peacefully heap I sat on the bench during the national anthem to bring awareness. There's a lot of things that need to change once one specifically police brutality. There's people being murdered unjustly and not being held accountable. It was the summer of two thousand sixteen, when he bursts truly used his platform as an NFL quarterback to speak out against systemic racism by police in the weeks leading into that preseason payment. San Francisco capper Nick had watched. We all had. To white officers pinning down Alton Sterling. And pumping. into his chest and back. He saw the traffic stop in Minnesota when Philander Casteel was killed in front of his girlfriend in charge. And captured it could not understand how mental health therapist Charles Kinsey could be shot by police when he was lying on the ground with his arms up in the air, people of color have been targeted by police. Cops are getting paid leave. For killing people. That's not right. That's not right by anyone's standards. And yet from the beginning law in. pre-game gesture was misrepresented and downright manipulated. The Christ came that he was disrespecting the flag that it was a slap in the face to military personnel. But when active soldiers pointed out, they serve to provide their citizens with the freedom of speech that capture nick was exercising. That narrative quickly was quashed when army veterans who had been in battle, echoed that very sentiment out of national football league buildings team needs I would be disappointed if any of our players didn't stand up for the national anthem personally. I, look at that as a salute to the people who have paved the way for us. Our Organization believes that. You should. Respect the flag and so you'll save those individual decisions to expression show. On individual form. And that became the prevalent message. Don't do it here. Stick to sports. The underlying tone. How dare you protest without our approval we're. Do you get off? Colin Kaepernick criticizing anyone in another uniform. Right the men and women lead for this, I- scenic. First hand. For. Somebody do that to get paid millions of dollars. It's ridiculous. Cabinet remained undeterred. United States Army Bet. Nate! Boyer who did tours of duty in Iraq, and Afghanistan encouraged him to kneel and not sit. By, taking a knee voyeur told him you show your respect for fallen brothers that way. So capture nick did. And then more NFL players followed. And yet the public and political conversation in the US would not steer toward police brutality. No matter how much star athletes peacefully attempted to. And the leader in America's biggest chair. Amy Shirley Wouldn't you love to see one of these NFL owners? When somebody disrespects our flag to say, get that son of a job appealed right now out each fire. I! Capture Nick became a source of division for standing up against injustice. He hasn't taken a snap since that twenty sixteen season. And at this year Super Bowl USA. Today's jared bell minced no words on why that is I. Think it's pretty obvious. He's been blackballed for Colin Kaepernick not to have a job is just. It's the worst look for the NFL. No conversation was more dominant inside NFL. Locker rooms that season than the Kapernick one teams are made up of players of all ages of all backgrounds of so many ethnicities. If you actually want to listen to different perspectives. If you're an athlete who would want to hear what your peers had to say, there would be no shortage of takes to soak in. But fundamentally the want would be to understand capper knicks fundamental point. After George Floyd one of the League's biggest stars reminded us that many still didn't I will never agree with anybody disrespecting the flag of the United States of America or our country. Maybe that was the crossroads moment because the reaction to. It felt like something had changed almost as. That won't cut. It anymore drew. brees in the rest of the NFL were told right away, the new. Orleans quarterback came under fire. The players in the league had just about enough of the establishment silence. They had captured message. They were not gonNA. Let owners and Roger Goodell get away with it this time. Would have other Jewish Knowledge George if I was. I was George Void. Jewish. And say hi in. Regard. To me right. Breezes all pro receiver found Dallas's bruising runner and Houston's electrifying quarterback, and Kansas City Super Bowl Mvp. And Obi. And they all let you know. We. Condemn Racism and assistant. Matic oppression of black people. National League, admit wrong and silence our players from protesting. Also. Black lives matter black lives matter. Like loves. To Have Patrick Mahomes the next superstar the NFL. Front and center. That was massive. And the very next night the commissioner uttered the words you never imagined would happen. We the National Football League Immune. We were wrong for not listening NFL players earlier. And encourage all speak out in peacefully protests. Read the National Football League believe black lives matter. Progress. Probably a step forward. You want to believe so. The day after the commissioner changed his tune, breeze went to social media again. He'd already made his hollow apologies without actually saying sorry, and he finally seemed to be listening to what some teammates had to say, and after all of that even drew brees somewhat stood up to the president. It won't Change Donald Trump of course, but maybe it will make others think. Perhaps it will create more uncomfortable conversations to allow for a greater understanding among all of us. And at the very least it has given others throughout sport. To have the freedom to finally say their piece open believing they may at last be heard. Or country is in, trouble. Basic reason is race. You're seeing an example of future. That's fighting for you for you. Right now a fine for you got a grandfather that march legs. Dr King in the sixties. And he was amazing. You'll be proud to see us all. Got Pushing? Forward Doing Casey marched with his family. Members of Detroit's organization. An NBA coach using his voice. Over in Jacksonville Jaguars personnel were among the demonstrators. North Philly's finest. He walked. Kyle Lowery's we can. Priorities were set. This though. This is just the start. To silence of countless elites spoken loud. Until you see action from an, don't forget by the leaks themselves. We wonder what the real commitment to progress actually is. What capper protests was about from. The beginning can no longer be debated. And it is now crystal clear to all of us that no athlete should just shut up and dribble. Nelson Mandela famously said. Sport has the power to change the world. Since George, Floyd perhaps we have learned that change can come more from our sporting icons using their voice platform in pursuit for justice than any jumper were swing. Or goal or touched them. Stick to sports. Sure let's stick to sports bettering the world in a new way. Let's start hearing the real message now. And most of all, let's not get the words and actions like Hafer. Knicks twisted. When he tried to begin the real conversation. Before US AGO!
Tottenham vs Manchester United highlights and reaction
"In the Premier League Tottenham Hotspur taking on Manchester United Finish Spurs. One united one. Craig Burley Stephen Nickell on frank, leboeuf. Replaced on that Game Craig. Let's start with you one one fan. Well, thank you deserve something that the game that we played No. No surprise that taught them were Clinton deep. That's what he did before the lockdown. That's continue to. But I thought you know journey. Passenger falstaff the shift. The Ball quelques PAS and particularly sweat. You play doughnut, right hand side where? You know for them. They were trying to exploit Maguire in Shaw. who comfortable for long periods but? You know all ultimately. Goal which is a really good one from United's perspective, and Maguire and couple of glory now. He made some changes then in April you know greenwood definitely poke pogba Mehta. Devon's and taught them. Just started this deep so I I think united at least good for point. Of course pro on ensuring the second half Franken in performance that you want to see more of his United Fan. Yes definitely you made a huge impact. When he came on and play for like thirty minutes and we saw was Fernandez that he was. He could make a very good pair and I want to see more of course, more involvement, but. E creed the penalty eventing. Maybe we're going to talk about it I don't think it was a penalty, but E was It was good. We had good mentality, and we know how good he is and how? Big Can before Manchester United. He's gotTa start now from now on Stevie. No, I don't think so it didn't. It didn't look particularly strong I. Mean You saw closeup? Italians and he was blowing. Pray heavy for the guy who. was playing for half an hour so clearly. He didn't start because he's not. He's not physically strong enough to settling. Play a whole game. Solskjaer decided to bring him on for a Hafer. Which is actually for? Makes, him look good. Clearly, the opposition were were running a steam. When you can bring on Sunday we're has ability. Then that's good forever body. It makes him look good and of course. Gives a team a left. I'd have to see on the other Tondo taught. Them. have. Marine is GONNA. Play this we all the time. What she certainly looks like. He's going to have to find a playmaker because he doesn't have what Eric Lamelo as much as you have the ball. He come come pick A. I don't know whether he sees a possible, even if he does it come pick it and he kept giving away and how? Kate must be thinking Oh my goodness. For the on percents shop. Physically, not he must be thinking while we actually going to do this game and game out because if he's going to have a tough time getting goals.
Thousands of Los Angeles' homeless living near freeways to get shelter
"Litigation prompts a deal between LA city and county leaders that could make a significant dent in the homelessness crisis in response to a lawsuit filed by an alliance of residents business owners and others the city has agreed to shelter sixty seven hundred homeless people living near freeways or at high risk for serious illness from covert nineteen that's about ten percent of the county's estimated homeless population most of the sixty seven hundred would be placed within ten months and a newly created housing options the county has agreed to provide up to about three hundred million dollars over five years for services to help keep these people people from from going going back back to to the the streets streets plaintiff's plaintiff's attorney attorney Matthew Matthew Hafer Hafer describes describes the the deal deal as as an an important important beginning beginning but but he he adds adds the the alliance alliance for for human human rights rights wants wants to to see see tens tens of of thousands thousands of of new new shelter shelter beds beds created created on on an urgent basis this is a great groups and we're looking forward to making a larger push towards cooperative funding arrangement how is far more peaceful city and county leaders hailed the deal as a new milestone that will lead to major action platypus Utah K. and extend seventy
"hafer" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast
"Not One not one day. Not One second. I've never add a glimmer of doubt in. Which is it's good because you know people ask me that when I went to special forces assessment selection or the special forces qualification course not. Wedneday to ever think about quitting the forest. There's a forcing function in these things with is the forcing function would be the only way. I would have quit was if I would have looked around in my life and there was nothing left to sell and I had a really hard time figuring out how I was going to feed my family. Yeah I would have probably thrown in the towel depending on if I could have found some other way but if I decided to do something I just try to do it. And then the forcing function is your body will quit before if you quit. Then that a mental issue right if your body physically quits. You don't have a choice right. So that's the way that I look at things. I'M NOT GEARED FOR THAT. I just I can't. I can't really quit now. You can chop away a bunch of other stuff to get to your ultimate goal. But there's never a time where I was quitting agree. The company by your to I grew at my second year. We did over eight million revenue. I still only taken less than sixty thousand dollars out of the company at that point. I'd made ten million dollars early on. What do you think we're some of the biggest leadership mistakes you made? Yeah these are. I don't know how to rank them but I made some pretty good ones. Which is my hiring. Process was flawed. I should not have hired some. I made some bad decisions. Hiring people like you should always check recommendations. You should always do background checks. You should always do your due diligence on people. I've had a couple of those bite me. I had one guy specifically who came in sounded great on paper great resume. You know. Come to find out. He'd been fired from every job that he had had in ten years and then he had filed lawsuits against every one of those companies. So what do you think that he did in my company Jolly so were you just moving. Were you moving so fast with the growth of the company that you didn't take the time well you have this like ego again right where it's like. Oh I'm really good at reading people. This guy's a good person. Okay but validate. I'm a very crass person to at times. You know. And I'd been I had grown up in war zones and team rooms and military style leadership works. But it's not for everybody You really have to conform to the environments that you're trying to manage people I've termed people that's probably incorrect. You know where it's like okay. Today's your last day you know conversations like that and I think from my perspective that the leadership of the company there are definitely times in the last five years. I could have been more professional in same more professional. I could have done a little bit more research around specific departments divisions that I needed in the company in order to manage them more effectively so hr was my weak spot for years. It was just really difficult for me to manage. Recruitment hiring you know retention. Hr's was such a hard position for me. And I've and I've learned I've learned the hard way. Which is you know you once. You have a couple. Uc complaints under your belt. A couple of lawsuits. You're like okay. Well I'M GONNA change to change the way I do business. We're GONNA fix this a little bit this. I'm not meant for general consumption sometimes. So it's it's I could have done a much better job early on that but there's got to be a part of it because you were growing so fast and I mean there's no way something grows that fast in multiple locations without developing people as a priority and so you at least had enough of the right people on board to get this thing up and running but I think it can be hard to guard against that that corporate stale cold. Feeling if you're growing so fast we've experienced that here but I've also seen small business owners experience that I was higher. I think five twenty three four years ago here at Rasi and we are now at nine fifty. Oh so we're growing really really fast. Just like y'all are and so any business that's growing fast. You start to have this recognition. We need system. We need process. There's gotta be a correct way of doing things. But at the same time we're constantly fighting and scratching and clawing to keep a little bit of the scrappy. Nist that got us here. And we don't just want to become some corporate bureaucratic nothingness right. So how do you fight that battle? Or how do you wrestle with that tension? It's one of my primary goals within my hr department. So I put that as their goal. Which is we define it is. It's kind of Asaf mentality. So it's we have to maintain scrapping and a lot of times. What I do is I just inject into the company to throw a little. Bit of chaos. So because it's good for a company to have to solve those problems which is all all higher guys is based on a resume and throw them in a department and say he's yours to manage now and these are not. I've got a few guys out here. These are former like force. Recon MARINES WORKED FOR THE CIA. Like these are these are. Alpha meat eater guys. That are not their break. Glass in case of war type people so former sergeant majors and you know seals and and you're literally just dropping these guys in there just to say like okay. Let's see what this does second right again? The and so. How does that go? What does that do for the organization? One they causes a little bit of disruption which people say yeah. You shouldn't do that. Because it's disruptive and I say yeah but a little bit of chaos is actually like what we do here is disrupt like? That's what we do. And it gives them management problems that they have to solve in order to one develop their management technique and style to it in Jack's people within the DNA that are directly representative to the way. The company was founded and would that continues to do is people have to go okay. I've got to solve this problem and put this person into a position where they can create value for the company and oh by the way. They probably don't know how to do what. I'm trying to get my entire team to do so. We have to train them. Which is one of the best ways you can actually start to learn. Your job is by training new. People at don't know how to speak your language. It's actually it's a brilliant way to learn your job more effectively because you have to explain it in I get it over and over and over again. Which is when you start to explain things to a person. That doesn't have a clue what you're talking about now. You have to get into all the little details that you forgot about and it forces you to kind of go back to go forward so for me. I'm injecting people into different departments. I've got a great relationship with a lot of the issues. Eight Special Operations Command. I've got guys coming in. From other units they'll come into the company though work with us a certain amount of time. I've got some very reliable creative problem solving techniques with like the University of Austin and if you're these other places so I'm constantly kinda throwing things in in order to make this forced outcome which is a sometimes pisses people off. You know it. Does I want him to get a little bit mad. I want him to get a little bit salty. I want them to kind of dig. Deep on it I have open and candid conversations with people are. This is where you disappointed me. This is where you failed. I don't know how many bosses have these conversations Willer or call somebody on a director department level and go. You failed on these three things and I need you to T- their fix it or I need you to find your way out. And that's what was remarkable to me about visiting the plant. Was I mean? I know you're not able to get there mean you're certainly not one hundred percent of the time and can't be there all the time you just can't. It's not possible new. You're on the phone with them a lot. And you'll do video calls and all that but what's amazing to me is nevertheless that culture that you're talking about. Were you hold people accountable? You're willing to call people out like I was blown. I literally ask them the question. Like how does that happen because Evan isn't here right now and you're still doing it. Were there some intentional? Things you did early on as different locations were getting established to make sure that that culture was carried on with the company as it grew not intentionally. I can't say that that was an intentional. Process is just a management style. Right so for me. I have a very specific management style and then I only attract other managers like me exemplify the same management style and my school of Management. I actually have a more refined process for managing manager development training and it's very military. It's very it's built on this command directive. Type thing where. This is the commander's intent. We're going to move with commanders intent and design our mission and then continue to push each and every individual towards the Michigan. And I think that people what will happen is when you have a group of managers that are managed by somebody like my personality. They start to take on the specific management after abuser or personality attributes at times because they're emulating the culture right and I think it wasn't something that I was intentional about. I think it's just not a very muted personality. So I think they they just continue to take on those types of personalities in into I think the other junior guys in the company that have spent a lot of time around me. No that's the way I behave. So it's it's relatively accepted behavior across the board and then HR is there to pick up the mess. What's the thing you're most excited about right? Now we've just been working so hard on the media that we put out. We've got an incredible team with across the board I. I couldn't be more proud of the company just in general. But we've been working so hard at really challenge and we've kind of accepted that as we want to be the best at generating media commercial base content of any beverage company in the industry. That's what we're trying to accomplish. That's so we go to work every day. Doing I'm really excited. Because we've got some incredible content that we're releasing over the next eight months. We've got a ready to drink coffee option. That's rolling out to all the convenience stores so I'm so excited about the blend of medium product that we're pushing out. It's it's it gets me up every morning at like five and it's just like I'm so fired up about the stuff that it's even hard for me to to just sleep because I'm so excited about what we're rolling out and how it looks and how it feels and it's such a level up for us like we've got the cinematic cameras that we're using now we've got just more professionalized team and were were writing developing more music and it's just like everything is kind of firing in this sequence where. I guess kind of other terms as you know it. When you split an atom you can destroy a city or power one right so you can either put the lights on or you can destroy it for us in the media department. We have so much power. And you see fractions of what's up. Jay represented in how much creativity the team has because we men challenge to create the correct direction in the the correct assets to put all the creativity. And I think people are going to be blown away by what we're doing in the next nine months and I think the most exciting thing about it is it's done by us you know. We're we're making this stuff and you know. We're not outsourcing these big commercial entities and a half a million dollars a pop or something right. It's like it's US learning how to use the cameras audio equipment. And you know we're editing and it's just so incredible to see the media department just like crush it and you know in my coffee side with the products that were releasing man. Those two things coffee and content. They fire me up and I could not be more excited about. Will we got for the next literally? I'll be so excited for the next two and a half to three years because I've got so much work on my plate for the next three years that I've got my work cut out for me. I know what I'm GonNa do every day. There's zero questions now. It's a matter of like okay. I have to sleep. Got It all right got to sleep. I gotta find some time to sleep in there so we look up in eighteen months and what is the impact that that media has created within our country. If it was an absolute home. Run for you. What will happen I think is a corporate? America is going to corporate beverage company. America is going to look around and they're gonNA go. Who in the hell are these guys? That gets me so fired up Evan. I'm sorry about that. They'RE GONNA go. Oh My Gosh. Who in the hell these guys like? Where did they come from? Because they're.
"hafer" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast
"The soul of their business. From the Ramsey network. This is the entree leadership podcast where we help business. Leaders screw themselves their teams and their prophets. I'm your host Alex Jordan. Today we get to talk with the CEO and founder of an organization that has experienced outrageous hockey stick growth like in the first year they generated over a million dollars and in the second year. They were an eight million dollar top line. Revenue Company and that growth has discontinued but in the midst of all that growth. They haven't lost the reason why they started. They figured out how to scale with Seoul. Evan Hafer is a retired green beret. Who LOVES TO THINGS COFFEE IN AMERICA and it was out of these two passions that he created black rifle coffee company a company that has taken the world of coffee by storm while simultaneously maintaining the mission and values that they started with the mission for black rifle. Coffee is to serve coffee in culture. Two people that love America content is kind of the internal classification definition with that but the overarching term. That people can kind of digest is just culture So to serve coffee and culture to people who Love America. That feels like it's a pretty intentionally worded statements. I'd love to jump into some of those words so let's start with a obviously kind of what you do coffee. Yeah why Coffee Evan? I think you know from my perspective you have to be passionate about your profession and I've been roasting coffee and developing different roasts for close to fifteen years now. And you know I think where it started for me. Not to jump into the The origin story. But yeah I developed a kind of a profound love and then eventually a hobby for coffey back in the late nineties was in Seattle and I was working on accomplishing a degree from the University of Washington and then I was trying to become a green beret and as a young man. I think you know finding coffee and then looking at the culture and what's happening around coffey back. Then it really galvanized this interest. And so when I became a green beret and went on and started deploying. I still had the love for coffee right. It didn't go anywhere. It just changed it become became more about. Where are you drinking coffee? And for me it was finding great coffee and random and dangerous places and ultimately when I decided to get out of government service it was. It was a natural progression automatically. It was kind of a planned exit and exactly where I wanted to take my next evolution in professional development. I love that line. Great coffee in dangerous places. It's amazing we asked a bunch of your team in Manchester amount like what they loved about coffee and it was crazy. It was like almost an emotional experience for some of them. I was like holy cow when they use the word. Love like they're not joking around here. They really love coffee. What is it about coffee for you? That just gives you kind that visceral experience. Or what is it that you love about it Evan? Well I think I think there's so many different things about it right so even if he just start to unpack it a little bit around the history and the way that America's DNA around coffee is is kind of its foundation in in the country itself is around coffee so when we dumped a bunch of tea and harbor in seventeen seventy three America at that point made a very definitive shift to the hot drink of choice which was coffee. At that point it was seen as unpatriotic essentially to be drinking tea because of British tyranny. So just a history of coffee is so interesting when we look at it from the American perspective and then even getting before the American perspective in coffee and then the history with it. It's so interesting so you've got this really interesting piece of history that's just around commodity itself. Then how coffee is woven into the fabric of America in around service to America. You've got this incredible hot drink. That's grown at all over the world. Obviously in very specific places but then it's imported here and what it does. Is it activates. Your senses around inexperienced. So if you're drinking a cup of coffee from from my perspective the the greatest cups of coffee that I've ever had had just enhanced the overall experience solve so it could be from the the lookout in a very remote place in the lower forty eight it could be you know from the back of the Humvee in the middle of a desert somewhere but you're unifying physical experience with a taste and ritual so all of these things going to activate at the same time and it creates from my perspective a much better and memorable experience so I like to rose coffee around specific experiences for instance. I roasted coffee around my elk hunting last year which was called flying elk. I did a Moose Hunt last year and I roasted specific coffees around. Where am I going? I'm going to British Columbia. It's going be cold is going to be. You know I'm GonNa be out in the middle of the mountains somewhere. What kind of coffee do I want to rose to really enhance these experiences? So I think from my perspective it just really. It's an experience enhancement device right if you have a great cup of coffee and you have these great experiences. Now you can have that same coffee somewhere else in. You can move yourself back in time or or look forward to something in the future where you can have this confluence of really interesting things Okay so now jumped that culture or you said internally y'all use the word content young you think about the culture and the content that you want to serve to your customers and to people who Love America. What is that? What is that culture? What is that content that you're trying to pump out into the world through your organization? I think it kind of exemplifies service and freedom and when we look at serving our communities and how we serve you.
Operating with Mission Focus with Evan Hafer
"Today we get to talk with the CEO and founder of an organization that has experienced outrageous hockey stick growth like in the first year they generated over a million dollars and in the second year. They were an eight million dollar top line. Revenue Company and that growth has discontinued but in the midst of all that growth. They haven't lost the reason why they started. They figured out how to scale with Seoul. Evan Hafer is a retired green beret. Who LOVES TO THINGS COFFEE IN AMERICA and it was out of these two passions that he created black rifle coffee company a company that has taken the world of coffee by storm while simultaneously maintaining the mission and values that they started with the mission for black rifle. Coffee is to serve coffee in culture. Two people that love America content is kind of the internal classification definition with that but the overarching term. That people can kind of digest is just culture So to serve coffee and culture to people who Love America. That feels like it's a pretty intentionally worded statements. I'd love to jump into some of those words so let's start with a obviously kind of what you do coffee. Yeah why Coffee Evan? I think you know from my perspective you have to be passionate about your profession and I've been roasting coffee and developing different roasts for close to fifteen years now. And you know I think where it started for me. Not to jump into the The origin story. But yeah I developed a kind of a profound love and then eventually a hobby for coffey back in the late nineties was in Seattle and I was working on accomplishing a degree from the University of Washington and then I was trying to become a green beret and as a young man. I think you know finding coffee and then looking at the culture and what's happening around coffey back. Then it really galvanized this interest. And so when I became a green beret and went on and started deploying. I still had the love for coffee right. It didn't go anywhere. It just changed it become became more about. Where are you drinking coffee? And for me it was finding great coffee and random and dangerous places and ultimately when I decided to get out of government service it was. It was a natural progression automatically. It was kind of a planned exit and exactly where I wanted to take my next evolution in professional development. I love that line. Great coffee in dangerous places. It's amazing we asked a bunch of your team in Manchester amount like what they loved about coffee and it was crazy. It was like almost an emotional experience for some of them. I was like holy cow when they use the word. Love like they're not joking around here. They really love
Horse Owned By Victor Martinez Headed For Kentucky Derby
"We've seen some professional athletes. Those who bring in big money branch out into ownership after their playing days are over. Mario lemieux has won. Three Stanley Cup says owner of the Pittsburgh Penguins after leading them to two as a player. Magic Johnson Nolan Ryan and Warrick Dunne are among those who at one time co own the teams they once played for then there's Michael Jordan and Carolina David Beckham. Who's Inter- MIAMI. Mls team just began. Play this year and Lebron James who owns a piece of Liverpool in the English premier league who are among other athletes who have become owners. Then there's Victor Martinez a five time all star catcher and designated hitter primarily with the Cleveland Indians and Detroit Tigers. He decided on ownership to and now. He has a chance to win his sports. Ultimate prize shot pin Geir Mo going after the leaders and goes tencent on the outside and Paco Lopez sets him down for the driving. He's picking up versus one by one but meanwhile upfront at fifty to one of King Gary Mode now going to aid. Here's pink derm O- on the outside trying to follow your gut. Said Chan said is home on the outside inside the final furlong. Do you believe this king at forty nine to one. He doesn't just want it. He wins it off in press. I cannot think of a former professional athlete. Who owned or co owned a Kentucky Derby winner? Maybe you can. Please let me know but Victor Martinez has a chance to be something of a trailblazer and we are fortunate enough to welcome Victor Martinez for the First Time. Here to investigate. What was it like for you that day? It was crazy it was crazy man with a lot of stuff that we were just praying that you know he likes the door he likes the dirt and then you know I remember having my wife be right beside on my right and You know the final stretch. She kids saying we won. We won and I was like no. You know we still. It's still a race to go super race to go. And she was like we weren't we weren't and then we. I think we're the only people in the race track that was jumping and screaming because he was forty nine to one You know we have gone through a you know a lot of stuff with him. You know special. Because what he's made he's He's debut he may He's view in fighting. Hafer loans on dirt right so you know He. He came out of the big favourite of the race. You know because of these workers stuffing You know it was a fourteen horse. Feel and he ended up seeks to raise so it was Kinda. You know disappointed but we were happy. I mean as a family have my whole family there. We'll have a great time and that was what it's all about. I was I was trying to do that to have with my family but you know I remember the trainer. One Carlos was very very disappointed about his performance. He was you know what I'm saying. I'm sorry I don't know what happened. That was like don't worry about it. I mean we have a great time. You know we have a lot of people came to us and say that king a year is a terrific guy. He got a racer grass so well we decided to give him a chance on on on turf grass and we put him on a mile rate. You got a king gear. Mouse can gear midway on. The turn is opened up. A six length advantage gear comes into the stretch with a seven length. Lead Kozel Listrik Joe. Second third but king who they gotta catch can gear ball popular. Victory here can gear them out by about eight legs so we were like okay. I think he he liked turfing. You know we put him on another race. These these time was the steak then. He came third. So you know He. He lost the race in the final four lawn. Something like that and You know he he make another another big race but I still have my dream united. See how my dream from like my Kentucky Derby horsing. I told the trainer one time I told him Carl listen. I think he deserved one. More shot on dirt. So let's put him on one more time and but Lisa he's not gonNA raise any those leader races. Let's put him on a raise. That point to the Kentucky and he looked at me and he was agreed. We put him on the temporary. We you know we went out there to try. Try Him on again. And then we came out with spider it every now you talked about your trainer Juan Carlos Ave line. You're rider Sammy. Camacho are not that well known on the national thoroughbred racing scene they like you are Venezuelan. Had you thought about going with a more well-established trainer and rider to prepare for the Kentucky? Derby Nope nope they put him in the Kentucky every day going with him to the Kentucky Derby. That's how it works for me.
"hafer" Discussed on Taste Of Taylor
"But anyway in a moment recently the Dallas Union. We can talk about that where it was like he just. He couldn't with what Cameron said. But we'll talk about. Ah Yes yes So I came across on twitter Miss Beverly's Mugshot from the Nineteen Eighties Aka Dan now stab. Yes and it was hilarious. It's black and white photo and it looks like it was taken in the nineteen forties. It's like this grainy As Black and white photo it looks like she would like a Western. It looked like she would have served prison time with like Al Capone like like. They're going to take that that photo and then take you like to Alcatraz. Oh my God so I posted this thing. I literally was just the Mugshot and I just said why does Danielle stobbs Mugshot. Looks like it was taken in the nineteen forties. The post was popping off. Like it was doing well Ashley Actually commented on of course actually get it. Never miss an opportunity taking a swipe and weirdly. This was on a Friday as well so I was working from home sitting on. Ouch just sleep deep. I've gotTA stop posting on all weekends but so I'm just sitting on my couch type type type typing away and then I look at my phone and I have a from Stan. y'All style only guy just a quick reminder that at some point there will be a cease and desist assist. Put on anyone willing to participate in digging up my past of over forty years ago if you think this is funny while then you'll think being brought up on charges will be hilarious this is harassment and cyberbullying. And I'd like you to Rethink I. I I'm crying. I'm crying first of all. There is not one bit of punctuation punctuation in that whole deal that's right that's true rage tax if you well and it's funny because okay so first of all. At some point there will be a season desist. And so she's this is never going to happen. She is the way I threatened my old landlord. Who who who took money out of my security it so she at this point basically just makes a hobby out of deming legal threats to anyone who posts them thing unflattering about her her antica? Yes of course and the thing is like there's nothing a Mugshot is public record record. Its first she said over forty years ago. Nineteen nineteen eighty-six was not over forty years ago but so the math is not correct But also it's not harassment. I didn't tag her in the Post. Whatever it's not my thing you didn't tagger? So how did she see it. Somebody Tiger comment. Okay honestly the. Let's talk about these Newark's for true instagram Internet. Newark's 'cause we I have like this whole breakdown of the psyche. The of a troll like why like they do you know how you have the five stages of grief control world you have six stages of troll them okay. I want to hear them yeah. I'm fascinated the first one. Is Discovery like. Oh my God. I found this new instagram account at Betcha or at Bravo by batches. I I've discovered it. Then it's like oh I love this I like it I love it. This thing is so fucking cool I am here for it. Then there's ownership so then it's like I liked it I I I found it. I Bravo by benches is mine. Okay in mine. It's my then they come to realize step four. Oh I don't own this and this is the trouble begins and it's like all of a sudden they're like best friend t now is like. Hey Martha you know Martha Martha so Martha's like oh I follow this account grand. Tina's like yeah me too and Martha's League folded. She gets pissy she's like Oh my God it's not just might have to share with with teen Jeanine sick of sharing with Tina and so that's when they realize they can't control K.. Loss of control and then they move into hate. I hate this is fucked this. I can't control it therefore I hate it but step six is what makes a real psycho. Okay 'cause some people you can go through all those things you can find something love at think. It's yours to share with people that pisses you off and you're like fuck this. I hate that but then you then you become a person again and you're like oh I kinda like it's like new Bethany. Frankel hated hated her and now and like well too little too late now. She's she's found but I was like I like a couple of seasons go on like suck it. I'm I'm enjoying Bethany. I liked her. I'm just going to be a part of this but the thing that separates the trolls from the rest of us. Normal haters is step six. which is I will destroy destroyed and their only mission in life is to take it down and destroy? It's basically what cancelled culture. I cancel culture is good for some reasons but let's be be honest. The pendulum swung too far one direction. Right it's like you go into like terminator mode and you can't see anything else. That's going on spam risk No I literally just today before you came here. I was going through my because I'm masochistic a handsome. wrote the crazy thing to me and they said like they are really annoyed with the with my radio show because I interrupt people and their stories Accurate very true somebody to work on not not working great on it but I I'm aware and I'm sorry and I try and then it's like what she could leave it there and like you're interrupting annoys me. Please work on it right like received that's constructive criticism and she also called me my dear which I'm like that makes you feel old. Fuck yourself beer beer. Wanted to read it to you. So fucking Chitose my instagram so okay Some constructive criticism for you so bad. Maybe up interrupting your guests to to tell the same stories about it yourself over and over. Well guess what Bitch. This is a new story May Be let the guests finish the sentence before you talk over them and start talking about yourself. If I get so angry you have a great guest on and the whole hour spent with you talking about yourself. So many people have lost their train of thought. Because of you which through and Dylan. I'm sorry it's probably happened to. You already. Only changes the course of the story that I was interested in if you are unable to change this dot dot dot. Maybe we just maybe you might need to find a new career path. Because I am two seconds away not subscribing by the way thank you for subscribing everybody nobody can subscribe a Tillerson Dot com ninety five a month totally worth it And she said so. I'm two seconds I I I was on subscribing. That's fine unsubscribe. where she crosses control them and influencing everyone I know to follow suit? And that's destruction people. She's on step six. I wrote well Bethany. Well I'll work on the interrupting but more importantly are you okay. So you told her right back. I appreciate that take a deep breath. Tina he's Christ have mercy on my soul that is intense. ooh That's like but like I mean I really feel like these people that tag Daniel and Y'all stop there narking like so right trolls but like who are the tattle tales. See that's the thing is like I don't even get so much like hate comments or like you know there'll be people every once in a while that are like call out something that really doesn't matter or isn't like pertinent but it's that kind of thing that it's like really really there was nothing that was so inflammatory in that post I literally just said it looks like an old ass photo. Do you think she has little soldiers that work for her. Like you know cultures chairs. You know I kind of feel like some of these housewives and stuff might that you know they have there like you know they're little gays or whatever that it Kinda don't do anything except for like you know. I saw a few people like this at Bravo Con. Actually and it's it's fascinating to see it in the wild because when it's happening on social media you never see these people you know you don't even necessarily realize they exist but I saw who did I see. Oh I saw deandre simmons from real housewives WHO DALLAS GO. Tell so what's funny is. She wasn't even really at Bravo. And I heard this. What what? What was it? You so from real housewives of Dallas. The only people that were actually like officially on the Bravo con schedule were Liam Liam Aachen and Brandy Redmond. What a Combo? They hated each other. So there was love Brandy Boone. Yes so so. There was no real houses of Dallas panel they were just kind of on on some random miscellaneous panels and stuff throughout the weekend photo. OPS whatever Deandra was only at the last night was Lou Ann's cabaret which I heard was this shit show vitamin shit show. I was just with Luana earlier this week and of course I told her it was the best. I saw that on Bravo benches. Yeah of course. I told her it was a fantastic show and his wing weight. So we're in the Hammerstein ballroom in New York City or this ratio conic. It's like a twenty five hundred seat seat venue whatever so we're in the VIP area it's close to the front and before the show which started an hour late. Which is why there was so much time Improv? This transpire. IC- sitting front and center is Deandra. Simmons Front row exactly in the middle and she just has this policy with her of like Texas Queens and of course like me. I'm with a couple friends who also around Bravo accounts on instagram. And so we have all this time with Chris also and so we went up to say. Hi because I'm like I'm not going to not do it like whatever I want my photo and so we take our little photo. Deandra was very nice. But it's like there are these boys that are just like swarming around her and Leeann kind of had it the same way that Uh of course Leeann. Oh Yeah. Because she's like queen of the gays and yet But so it's like yeah like there's this one guy who I think he does these like Like graphic design like posters for Deandra on Instagram. That she posts every week. Go to go to instagram. Because she makes her own like promos for each episode what she does not have these quotes on them except for she doesn't make them go. Go ahead and read the quote okay. Hold especially who the quote is attributed to a man. It's really oh my what I can't read and I'm tool I I like. It's like a glimmer of Deandra holding some kind of glass pole. Yes does she glass triple in our house. I don't know here's the quote that's in the corner the minute you start compromising for the sake of massaging somebody's ego. That's it game.
"hafer" Discussed on Cleared Hot
"They have so much more stuff other than soap. So go in there and check it out now onto our episode episode number one hundred and fourth call us one tall tales from Texas and although some people might look at this as a hunting podcast. I don't we talked about it a little bit. I think we talked much more about teamwork. And how to build teams and personal responsibility and individual individual breakdown on the impact it has on the teams. We talked about a lot of stuff and the guest. Obviously John Professional world-class bow hunter. Hunter Archer Educator Evan Hafer former special forces soldier slash operator slash renaissance man founder of black rifle coffee. He's not the CEO. Though I am and one of these days he and I are GonNa have to public about the fact. He stole the idea for black rifle coffee from me. He's pretty open about it in Pri- yet been able to get them to talk about it in public pretty awesome company. They're doing amazing things and then Trevor Thompson former navy seal Class Wings Pilot Base Jumper. We jump together quite a bit and he is dive deep into the bow hunting. Space as well and I'll let them talk about themselves throughout the course of the episode episode. One one of four tall tales from Texas. Enjoy Norfolk. Camila danger close male yeah I mean the cookie nothing sets people on a podcast more than drinking and eating. We do it every time. Nothing does upset them more than the ice and the cup. I get comment every time that it happened and make no attempt in the winter. You're like great. They actually get relatively twisted in an email. DM SORT of way who long for him. Yeah what finish your thought deadly. Well Evan made the comment that his site literally all the way off his after the ministry which hey welcome to the club because I have plenty of stories for you about my bone right after traveling. Well do you remember when we pulled up to the landing. And we're like loading loading up POPs truck with your Moose and you will back at Camp when you're packing your Bo- said Dude. Pack your clothes around your bill. Oh you're like oh I'm just in the truck I don't need to and she launched that bookcase back your truck and then we piled all the Moose on it. Yeah with nothing packed around it it. At the time I was like I was GONNA say. That's why you pack your clothes around your bow. But I'm like that don't matter and then I talked to him a week later and he's like can. Can you believe this site was like broke all the off my yes..
9-year-old steals grandmother's van, takes it on 20-mile joyride
"Grand Theft Auto isn't just a video game for a nine year old boy in Ohio he could be facing a charge of GTA after taking off in his grandma's car and heading down interstate seventy five at speeds of up to ninety miles an hour I mean it's very fortunate that he did and I heard himself I was not buckled and because it it would would be be able able to to see see over over the the the the dashboard dashboard if if he he was. was. sergeant sergeant Jeff Jeff Cramer Cramer of of the the Ohio Ohio highway highway patrol patrol says says they're they're not not going going to to charge charge grandma grandma when when you're you're nine nine years years old old you you don't don't have have you know constant eye on these yeah I can send from self for the most part and decide it was in another room doing other things and there she went outside notice her car was gone but the boy will face charges including possibly the Hafer mentioned in GTA
Your social media posts are likely way more predictable than you think
"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by the university of Florida Warrington college of business transform your future with an MBA from one of America's top ten universities. Learn more at Warrington dot ufl dot EDU slash MBA. And by triple bite applying to programming jobs can be a pain from endless applications, countless hours of technical screens with triple bite. There's a better way, you do one online interview. And you get to go straight to final interviews at hundreds of companies apply now at triple bite dot com slash marketplace. And if you take a job through triple by the offer, you a thousand dollar signing bonus triple bite B Y T E dot com slash marketplace. You might keep your data private on social media. But all your friends there sieves from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm jed Kim in for. Molly would. Social media was invented to keep up with friends. But if you're fed up with data leagues and privacy concerns. Maybe you quit turns out social media may not even need you to know you because your friends and their posts are pretty good indicators of who you are in a new study scientists took to Twitter they found people who interacted regularly and pick some users by analyzing the tweets of just eight or nine of a user's friends, they could predict the kinds of things the original user would post gym bag grow teaches math and statistics at the university of her Mont. He led the study. So the is that if I have a lot of information about you as a user writing on Twitter than I should be pretty good at those types of predictions. And so if we're able to make those kinds of predictions with some level of success, then the same machinery that we built to make those predictions. We can also plug various words into that. And try to see how likely is it that you would say those words, so for example, what's the probability that you'll say? The word Republican or you'll say the words Dallas Cowboys. So the ability to make those predictions, essentially means that we've created a kind of language model tailored to your voice. And then at least in principle, we could use that language model to derive these kind of profiling attributes is there a real world kind of utility for this ability like how might this idea be used by tech companies have a lot of our data. Well, I think that the primary use of this is targeting advertising making the ads more relevant to users. So that they're more effective. And so that they can sell them for a higher price. And I think that these companies Facebook Twitter, Google, they're putting enormous resources into artificial intelligence and machine learning for exactly that purpose. My initial reaction to something automatically profiling is on terror. What implications does your study Hafer how we think about social media if we're concerned about privacy, and we want to use. Us say Facebook or Twitter, or we don't want to use it maybe because of our concerns I think a lot of people treat that as kind of an individual choice. It's my data. I don't mind them having access to it. If it means I can use the platform and make very clear decision to do that. I think that's know, making an informed decision as good idea. What our research is showing? However is that that's not necessarily true as an individual choice. If I choose to use one of these platforms, and I'm giving it useful information about myself. Then our research suggests that in principle. I'm also giving it useful information about my friends. And so my decision to use the platform is also potentially affecting them as well. Gym bag row is an assistant professor of mathematics and statistics at the university of remote. He says an important. Takeaway is that it's not that machines are prescient so much as it is that we're all allot more boring and predictable than think, I'm jed Kim. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. I'm Shepard from Lincoln Nebraska, and I listened to marketplace several times actually every day because it's got the economic news and developments that are important to me a donate to marketplace. So that it can be available to everyone and asked her hope you'll join me in this effort. Thanks to join shepherd is a marketplace investor donate online marketplace dot org. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by Kronos, look into any great business. Whether it's a manufacturer or a hotel a store school or hospital to each and every one of them and you'll find the same thing. Great people at Cronos believe that great businesses are powered by great people. And with Kronos workforce solutions, we'll help you find them keep them and engage them. Learn more at kronoScom Cronos workforce innovation that works.
"hafer" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"And Utah for pickle that was. So mean that was so so I could not believe pores, eight Hafer, Hafer pickle, the women's pregnant that was so mean and see really did almost cry. She's like I'm pregnant, I also wanna make me cry pickle also Porsche was like. Have you heard about this? But even with really going in on you. She was really really really shading you. But I don't want you to go in there. I'm like what the what would you say that her? She, you know. I really Eva. I think that she me desserts. Now that people are mean to her. Geez. No. She does. And but it does not be really good. So back at the party IGA brings in she comes in stomping in again like show. Dome like flips her hair, she's like, I brought dips and chips and also pineapple upside down cake, oh, I'm a cook. Look, here's pictures of my cast iron Skillet. Let's so that help she I respected that like she made her own upset pineapple cake. And you know, like Sunday was like I have never seen one of those at the one dollar store one dollars. What am I saying? I love your Bailey pans. She's like, thank you. I love your upside down Bailey gate. I love your up. Bailey down Bailey cake Bailey Bailey. So then Eva Eva says a lot of things that don't really make sense to me either. Like, she's throwing shade all the time. But I'm like, why are you mad again? So she's telling us after last year was Cynthia because she told Cynthia that she knew about will dating a bunch of other girls. First episode, right and says, she goes I learned after last year receipts your important, keep your Email receipts tax receipts, your paper seats year, our taxes, the every receipt you ever get because we need factual and actual smells like what does that? Even mean. You're going to be nice to Cynthia unless you have proof of something talking about I don't know. Well, either way knee, then introduces Marlowe finally Tanya and Marla. Oh, let's see those Valentino's. Okay. Oh, that's nice. All right for me. Like, I got a lot labels for me. It's not about the labels for me just starts laughing. I mean, this is a woman who like walked around and like ninety five degrees degree Miami Heat wearing some like versity bodysuits made of like three layers of alpaca for. She's been like, here's mine hundred dollar cake. That's all I hear that Semari. No. I know that's the kind of that's the kind of idea. I mean, where it's like people struggling so hard to tell you how they are. Hundred cake. So then Cynthia Porsche comes and this is how Porsche to enter she gets..
"hafer" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside
"Launch code. That's one of our podcasts. We've also got drinking Bros. which is just us talking shit for an hour quite just literally try to make each other laugh for an hour. So you can find me in those places and you can DM me on Instagram or hit me up on linked in depending on the week that I'm in. It might take a minute to get back to you, but for sure I get back to about everybody. Write memo link at all up. I just wanna tell you again, I appreciate you and how you guys show up. I've admired you guys in what you've done specifically in Matt JT all the guys, Jeff, and then the company is well, and I've certainly tried to take an emulate a little bit about what you've done in my own organization, and it's been helpful whether you realize it or not. It's been helpful in allowing me to grow this to something that you don't have some atonomy and some control over. So I really appreciate the insight and you taking some time to spend with us today, man. Thanks. Thanks for having me. Definitely appreciate your beard is much to be desired and order man students. Fucking cool stuff. Man, I've fish it. I think one of the first videos I saw with you and Matt was I remember I was something like you don't have to have a beard to be a man, and I think and I think that that was you in that video. Right? 'cause that was like one of the very first video I watched it. So it's pretty good video. And it's so funny, man, I really like Weiming helicopter. Man, it's been my pleasure like truly do. Thank you for for what you're doing the community because I think you're doing a ton of great work. People need guys that are out there actioning they need. They executioners of this piece in the definitely need the guys that are beating the drum inspirer people every day. So it's important workman and I thank you for being part of that. Gentlemen there. It is such a powerful conversation with my friend, Evan Hafer. I hope you enjoyed this one. If you're looking to grow a business or you have a a project on the side that you're doing, I hope and I- fairly confident that you walked away with a lot of valuable, valuable information regarding how to build a business and how to turn something that is a passion of yours into something that will lead to prophets, which of course will be the lifeline for you to continue to do that thing in a more meaningful and significant way. So guys go connect with Evan, go connect with black rifle coffee, connect with me on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, wherever you're doing, the social media thing and let us know what you thought of the show. Give us some feedback reach out to Evan. Tell them what you thought reach out to me. Tell me what you thought and all of that. All of that feedback goes a long way in helping me to continue to bring on not only great guests, but also to get better, just get better at having these conversations and knowing exactly how they're going to serve you best. So guys, if you are going to connect with me. Do that on Instagram at Ryan, McClure. My last name is spelled.
"hafer" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside
"Two hundred thousand dollars of that is from black rifle coffee. I've just been fortunate enough to be in this position where I can do that. I can say, I think this is really important. Let's fund these initiatives, and I think that money will go much further to 'cause I truly believe in which is decreasing, veteran unemployment in we have to increase the happiness level of veterans. They have to be more fulfilled. They have to have a mission. They have. To be more filled. They have to be professionally build. I think we're going to do that through starting more businesses never time the US history had veterans started more businesses than post World War Two veterans have a much higher rate of success, meaning businesses that don't collapse. I think that we're on the precipice of seeing big explosion of veteran entrepreneurs and businessmen in. I wanna be as helpful impactful as I can when it comes to that a man, I, I gotta tell you, I appreciate the work that you've been doing. I've been following you guys for long enough that even outside of this initiative with the credit union is I've seen what you guys are doing for the veteran community, and I gotta tell you it's really inspiring in a pretty powerful to see as well. Let me ask you a couple of questions, man, as we wind down the first one I prepared you for a little bit is what does it mean to be a man? Well, I think you I have to have male genitalia. I think that would probably that's the, that's the first qualifier. Absolutely. Might father taught me this along time ago, which is your word is your bond being a man is is about saying that what is on your mind, being truthful, and then following your words with action. When you tell somebody you're gonna do something, it's it's gonna get done, and it's going to be on time on target in it's going to be above standard. A man has to live by in ethical code in that can come from the bible. It can come from your family values. It can come from philosophy, but ultimately you, you really do have to live by an ethical code. You have to propagate that at least tell people what that is and you have to speak your mind. You have to be as candidates possible in you have to follow your mind with action because ideas are plenty in there quite literally useless without action. So for me, my. Word is my bond. When I talk to people, I try to do exactly what I tell them on the try to be as truthful. Transparent is I can regardless of the outcome. And then I follow my words with action because words are irrelevant. You put some substance to them for me being a man, I am what I feel is the the provider and the protector my family to probably my most important charter is a man is to be the guy that ultimately provides for my family, but not just provide as the basics, but provides them the the structure to thrive when we say want good children at went great children that can move past me in survive in succeed in a very complex society. So I've got two little girls at home. One of the most important things that I do as a man is being a father. You know, responsibilities, I think is being. Responsible being truthful, or having candor, being radically transparent. Being a man of love is incredibly important without passion without emotion. I think you're just a robot. So those are the things that I think that are important and being a man, man, I love it. I agree with all of that stuff. And I know a lot of guys do too. So how do we connect with you? Obviously, we've got the you had mentioned in a minute ago. The launch code podcast will link that up world. Should we go to connect with you learn more about what you're doing and pick up some products, Evan Hafer. So the NHA EFI are an on Instagram. My company is black rifle coffee on Instagram, black rifle coffee dot com. We've got.
"hafer" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside
"And when Evan left the service in two thousand fifteen, he learned how to market himself and business, and they turned his second passion for roasting coffee into not only a fulltime business, but a global coffee company that is recognized for their viral irreverent videos and marketing campaigns. And of course they're, they're coffee. Now I will be the first to tell you that I do not drink coffee myself, but when I had the chance to connect with Evan, I couldn't pass him up as he's clearly onto something when it comes to building a movement and working to employ our nation's veterans. So sit back, relax, enjoy the conversation. You guys with black rifle coffee company, founder, Evan Hafer. Evan, what's up man. Thanks for joining me on the show today. Dude, thanks for having me. It's my honor and privilege to be on the show I gotta say, and I'll start with this disclaimer. You are one of my favorite companies that I have never used their primary product, believe it or not. I just don't drink coffee. I heard that before. You know, it's in our mission statement, which is we serve coffee and culture to people that love America. And so people can consume either coffee or or or content. But we get a lot of people that are like now, love your content, but I don't drink coffee. Could you guys do you like a tea or something? And I'm not a t. guy. I, I don't know not. So that's good. I mean six year lane, right? Yeah. Yeah. I try to stick with coffee because that's my passion, and that's what we do, and you know, that's that's kind of where the core competency of the company rests so you gotta stick with them. I like that you talk about culture because that's one of the things that resonates with me just about anything else. I mean, obviously humor is a big part of what you're doing and a little bit of irreverence if that's. Is the right word, but man, you guys just do a great great job with your marketing and then bringing veterans into the organization than having a caused a rally around..
Southwest Airlines passengers on four flights may have been exposed to measles
"Says that if you were flying Southwest Airlines in the last week or so love field Dallas field, then you were exposed to measles, south southwest. Airlines confirmed that passengers onto flights in and out of Dallas field are amongst those who may have been exposed and they're working with the CDC to notify passengers on flights. So they're looking at August twenty first August twenty second flights four flights in particular to Dallas from Dallas to Houston hobby. He's been hobby to Harlan. Are you going to Houston hobby Houston hobby?
Everyman Show 2018
"So is brought to you by voting voting, you wanna fight. The man hit the boost this coming Monday or for every election vote use it when you need to fight the system. But my. Yeah, buddy. The lights are blinking. I'm thinking, it's all over one. I go out drinking. I love this song and insane in the brain. I think that that describes us all in here in a nutshell insane in the brain they speak for yourself. Also know I speak for all of us. Clearly. I quarrel with his vote in thin voting. Yes, yes. So I think it should be registered invokes you can't just show up on voting day, you register, there's gonna look at you like you fucked up pure, right? Yes. People registered to vote, but you guys, you know, that is the midterms. You know what? The midterms are. The midterm elections aren't on Monday, but they got like city elections all day, man. No, it's midterms, vape shot out. Isn't it? The midterms midterms are now. No, the veterans are coming up. The midterms are coming up real regardless. The mid takes court. They their extreme just because you don't like politics, you're over there like noodles. Don't like
Upset China to 'assess the contents' of US defense bill
"China appealing to the us not to use acuity concerns to Hafer business activity, after President Trump signed a law expanding the jurisdiction of an Investment Review panel China and the US prepare to face. Off in a trade war President Trump's administration has taken. Fresh steps to target Chinese companies the national defense authorization act for the strengthens powers of a committee to review investment proposals of foreign companies to assess whether they are. A threat to US national security China's commerce ministry said it, will comprehensively assess the new policy, adding, that the US should fairly treat Chinese investors and ensure the committee doesn't. Become an obstacle to Investment Corporation the BBC's
San Francisco's median house price climbs to almost $1 million
"All across america eight six six ninety redeye i'm gary mcnamara he's our carly let's move away just for a moment from the nazi and fascist talk if we can report out this week from the department of housing and urban development finds the median price for a single family home in the bay area is now nine hundred and thirty five thousand dollars why that's the median media wow all right where should i work should i just check the the median house price dallas austin let's orlando somewhere like in omaha all right all right just don't just don't check the the the house of one warren buffett okay so the this is from zillow okay all right so the median house price which means hafer above and half below nine hundred and thirty five thousand omaha nebraska one hundred sixty four thousand that's why why buffets still lives there he knows how to make money and not spend money i'll i'll i'll do it for dallas all right all right here we go dallas one hundred and eighty six thousand okay well we talked about this it was years ago when they said that you're going to price the bay area's going to price low income families out they've already done that they did that years ago but ultimately it will be the whitest city in the nation you will have very few minorities living in the bay area okay that was dallas alone okay the whole north texas right the metro area two hundred sixty thousand media all right okay meeting home prices in north texas almost ninety percent higher than they were in march of two thousand nine yeah but still two hundred sixty thousand innovatory rapidly growing marketplace sellers market definitely so but you you look at it there nine hundred and thirty five thousand well that's why you can be a family making six figures in the bay area and still be low income you're not gonna afford you're not going to afford a house that's half that much could afford a four hundred and fifty thousand four hundred seventy five thousand dollar home so our company was going to move our students and say you guys need to move to san francisco to do the show we'd want what three million dollars i think i would ask for a house actually.