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Senate begins Biden Cabinet confirmation hearings
"Just a few hours. Until joe biden takes the oath of office and becomes the forty six president of the united states. five of his most high profile cabinet nominees five of them got their senate confirmation hearings today. Secretary of state nominee antony blinken appeared before the foreign relations committee armed services committee question. Defense secretary nominee. Lloyd austin janet yellen who's biden's nominee for treasury secretary. She had her hearing before the finance committee. Also hearing for biden's pick to head homeland security alejandro may orcas and the director of national intelligence nominee of real hanes. Got her hearing as well five. Really big ones right. I mean state defense treasury homeland security intelligence five of them all at once today. We never have this many nominees for huge cabinet positions all having their confirmation hearings all on the same day. That's because in years past when a new administration was on its way in the senate would hold hearings for new cabinet secretaries over a period of days many days in advance of the inauguration so the new president could have at least some of his cabinet in place when he actually took office. Not this time. Though this time we got all these hearings all at once. Literally the day before the inauguration because the republican controlled senate just chose not to get their act together to move on. Move on biden's nominations before now they had some very important recesses. Take among other things i swear. The senate didn't even come back from their latest vacation until today. Yeah no rush when you haven't held confirmation hearings for anyone before today feel free to take a few more days off so biden is having to take off with an empty cabinet with literally. No cabinet secretaries confirmed including in critical national security positions which is totally unprecedented. on president. obama took office in two thousand nine seven of his cabinet. Secretaries were confirmed. By the end of inauguration day. many of president trump's cabinet picks face more opposition in the senate but even he took office with his defense secretary in his homeland security secretary in place. This time though. Barring some kind of senate miracle joe biden will have no one in. His entire cabinet confirmed on his first day including in the major national security positions and bad news. Good news on that front. The bad news is the obvious. The bad news is that that means president biden is going to start with a whole bunch of acting temporary. Fill in cabinet secretaries instead of full blown senate confirmed cabinet secretaries of his choosing which will just make it that much harder for the new president to hit the ground running and that's true in terms of policy matters that's also true in terms of national security. It's worrying for all the obvious reasons. That's the bad news but the good news is that the trump administration has been so profoundly dysfunctional for four whole years that we're actually starting used to that now. We're actually sort of used to having only acting stand in non-confirmed secretaries at all the most important jobs in the cabin and that's not something that the republican controlled senate screwed up for trump despite him doing it the right way. That's just the way he ran the government. I mean thanks to republican senator josh hawley slowing down the process and the homeland security committee. Joe biden is going to have to settle for an acting homeland security secretary for at least a few days but the united states has already had nothing but the homeland security secretaries for like two years under donald trump the longest they can see in the presidential cabinet ever because donald trump could just never get it together to have real nominees who got really confirmed by the senate and who held their job with all the attendant powers so maybe four years and terrible governance. Maybe we are better at running government poorly in that way there was would have been before this four year experiment and terrible governance. That is now coming to a clicks.
Forget About Your Resolutions And Focus On Your Habits
"Reminder from my mate de damon and i met each other during the lockdown here in malaysia back in march where hanes lovely wife were stuck here in malaysia and stranded and we used to meet up during a how yod time when we did a little walk around the block each day and he posed this question on his instagram yesterday. I how many people have figuring out the resolutions on nearly as meaningful as habits. Which i think is pretty important reminder at this time of year because a lot of course make these resolutions and then nine or ten months down the track we sit back and realize we haven't managed to achieve them and we kinda wonder why and the answer is pretty simple. Of course the answer is that. We haven't made the changes that we needed to make. We haven't created the new habits. We haven't basically done the work to make the change that we needed to michael that we wanted to make so forget about your resolutions. They'd done now. Stop focusing on building the right sort of habits that are gonna allow you to make the changes that you wanna make. So i will put a leak to damon's instagram handle in the comments below sake and follow him as well and also linked to an episode. I did a couple of years ago at the time. I think it was episode. Three eighty six where i shared an. Id from tim ferriss about doing a past year. Assessment robin a new year's resolution. The being you do an audit a what worked and what didn't work last year or in the gone and focused on the things that you do and or don't want to do in the coming year a timely advice as well and very much in line with what diamond is suggesting in his instagram post. Coaching out check him out. Real talk with the. I believe is the instagram handle. It's in the comments below. And that is it for today. And i do thank you for your time and i will be back again tomorrow.
Sweats Are Beating the Pants Off Office Wear
"More than six months ago producer. Gwen moran wrote this story about the new fashioned way that swept the country early in the pandemic admit it you succumbed as well to the sweatpants craze what we didn't know back in may's how long lasting that trend would be although as you'll hear some sartorial pundits predicted. Then that sweats were here to stay now. Whether that's a good or bad thing we'll leave that up to you. Take a listen back to this story about the rivalry between champion and lululemon. The late great fashion designer. Karl lagerfeld once sneered sweatpants. Or a sign of defeat with apologies to mr lagerfeld. He never had to do as seven. Am zoom meeting as stay at home. Orders have stretched well beyond their original end dates. Our work lives are increasingly blending with her home lives nowhere. Is that shift. More apparent than in our pero dressing down has become the norm as a result sales of apparel and accessories dropped nearly eighty percent between march and april but there is one bright spot on the otherwise dismal retail horizon. Sales of active wear or at leisure are soaring in particular sweat pants or having a moment in april g kua. We are living in the age of sweat pants and never going back. Even the devil is traded product. For more downscale duds folks editor-in-chief in style icon. Anna wintour posted an instagram shot of herself working at home in tracksuit bottoms this despite once swearing she would never wear them. Just how much growth are we talking about well. Data from tracking firm edited found that sales of sweat pants are up a whopping thirty six percent over the same period. Last year it makes sense. A recent harris poll found that more than half of employed. Americans are working from home. At the same time videoconferencing has skyrocketed as meetings and interviews have gone remote. You may need to be picture. Perfect from the shoulders up but down below. All bets are off sweats. Yoga pants were tracked bottoms. Call them what you will. They're stretchy comfortable and exceedingly forgiving of those late night. Pandemic sour dough bread and butter benches wall street is betting on the trend at least for now analysts susan anderson from be riley. Fdr told fortune that what selling is casual active in lounge wear last week. Shares of lululemon athletic inc rose more than ninety percent hitting a record high. The brand is credited with kicking off the athol leisure segment and simeon seal from b. m. o. capital markets call lululemon an at home kobe winner while the luxury leading may be the it brand of the moment. Lou may have some competition from classic competitor. Hanes brands champion during a call with analysts early. May hanes brand. Ceo gerald evans said the champion dot com sales had tripled. He said volumes. Were at black friday or cyber monday levels. Champion success lies. In the brand's cool factor. Being on the upswing recently and company has been smart about partnerships to in march hanes. Brands unveiled an exclusive multi year agreement with amazon to carry its popular c nine champion line which had previously been sold at target in april. The company announced a new partnership with sesame street for the un's but for those who don't care about cool or if you stop carrying when you stopped going outside champion has a significant leg up in another arena and that's price while some lululemon bottoms will set you back more than one hundred. Twenty five bucks. You can score a pair of champions for less than a third of that price. If sweatpants newfound social status is making you think about tossing all your old suits and ties. You might just want to wait a bit. It seems a backlash has already begun the los angeles times. Deputy fashion editor admonished readers. Dress like the adults are getting paid to be and recent articles like thirteen stylish ways to dress up sweat pants on business insider indicate that even the work from home crowd may wanna feel a bit more put together as leisure brands battle to get people in their pants. Some questions remain record. High unemployment will continue to affect consumer spending and more companies announced. That remote work is here to stay casual everyday. May also be here to stay with no nosy co workers around judge fashion choices workers to fault more minimalist wardrobes after all as long as they pass the sniff test how many pairs of stretchy pants does anyone really need. The answers will come as more businesses open and people go back to work. We'll traditional dress code stand or will homebody style find its way into the office while athletes. Your manufacturers are pulling up. They're not so big kid pants and making the most of the moment. Employees may be hedging their bets over memorial day weekend data from edited showed shape wear one of the top five apparel categories. Selling out so maybe all that sour dough bread can't be ignored after all
"hanes" Discussed on Urgent Care with Joel Kim Booster and Mitra Jouhari
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2 missing after landslide, Tribal chairman reinstated, and Trudeau breaks water promise
"This is national native news. tonio gonzales. Two people were still missing. Thursday in haines alaska after landslides this week cage. Ns reports four of six people thought to be missing have been accounted for. Emergency response is underway in the community landslides triggered by rain destroyed homes and displaced community members. Local groups are among those offering assistance. The central council of clinton haida indian tribes as coordinating efforts with the choukou indian association to provide food clothing and shelter and have set up funding apps for donations. The states also working to provide additional resources and assistance to hanes the four pakistani boyne ensue tribal executive board and northeast montana reinstated the tribes suspended chairman following a december third vote yellowstone. Public radio's caitlyn. Nicholas reports during a special public board meeting attorney. Georgette blow read. Nine charges from the tribal executive board against chairman. Floyd is your lead to suspension on november fifth. His deserve the best interest of one of the charges. That chairman is your had refused to attend board meetings since august twenty fourth and another was he inappropriately tried to maintain and pay for services from a close associates construction company. Bp construction even after the board entered into litigation with the same company for failing to provide services during his response is yours at the board was being quote unfair and he denied all allegations saying he was fulfilling his role as chairman. Your pardon after hearing the charges and is yours defense. Seven of the eleven tribal executive board members voted to remove the chairman. Eight votes were required for as yours. Removal emerson young one of the board members who voted to remove your said. The board of the chairman needed to be a united front moving forward working. It is what it is now. The better people and work more work as warm. When board member patricia ironclad runs through began urging her to retract critical opinion articles. He had published about the board in the fort peck journal. The chairman stood up. Said the decision had already been made to reinstate him and left before the board adjourned. The tribal executive board will continue. It's ongoing litigation against bp construction as was reinstated as chairman immediately after the vote. I'm caitlyn nicholas. The canadian government says it will not be able to keep its pledge to lift all long-term drinking water advisories and first nations as down carpenter reports the government of prime minister justin trudeau had promised to do so by march of twenty twenty one indigenous services minister mark miller says he takes full responsibility for the broken promise. He also pledged spend more than one and a half billion dollars to make sure that the work gets done. Prime minister justin trudeau had promised during the two thousand and fifteen election campaign to all long-term boil water advisories within five years. Miller acknowledged that the original plan was an ambitious one adding that there were many reasons for the delay but he renewed the government's pledge going forward for every community with a long-term drinking water. Advisories there is a project team and an action plan in place to resolve it. What communities want is not not imposed deadline. It's a long term commitment to access to clean water for this. They need funding to support measures such as training and retention of qualified staff and support for the daily operations and maintenance activities which is critical to ensuring the lasting effects of these investments. Some first nations have set a permanent fix for their communities. Could take years so far. Awwa has helped lift. Ninety-seven long-term drinking water advisories in the past five years. More than fifty are still in place but miller says by the end of this month. The number left could shrink to twelve for national native news. I'm dan carpenter and antonio gonzalez
Tlingit art on postal stamp, and COVID surge in US
"This is national native news antonio gonzales the art work of a clinker artists from juno alaska will be featured on a new post stamp set for distribution next year henry show with cage. Ns reports rico. Lana world is the founder of trickster company a design shop based in juneau that incorporates traditional northwest coast art into everything from t-shirts and stickers to skateboard decks and basketball's he says that an art director for the us postal service called him up one day he had apparently discovered some of Tricks are companies are work at the national museum of american indians. Gift shop in dc and That's sort of where our discussion began about. Making this design happen world decided to go with the scene from the traditional story of raven setting free the sun moon and stars for his design and he says he kept a national audience in mind in other so many depictions of of raven. The box of daylight story It almost a little bit like silly to do it again. But i felt like it was an important kind of desire kind of story that that gets a gateway for people to to learn about cricket culture. His design depicts raven escaping through the chimney as he is transforming back into human form. It's an exciting and chaotic scene. There are stars stuck in his feathers and the sun is in his mouth. Orel says he believes the decision to include. His art work on a stamp is part of a wider movement for better representation of native stories. I think the usps is sort of in line with everyone else trying to figure out how to enable indigenous people to tell their own stories. And so it's it's just an honor to be able to be a part of that and to represent. According to sealaska heritage institute the postal service had planned to unveil the stamp at celebration twenty twenty but the event was cancelled because of the pandemic. shi is working with the agency to hold a release ceremony next year. In hanes. i'm henry leash across the country covid. Nineteen rates are hitting all time highs. No one knows that better than the healthcare workers fighting the pandemic on the front lines. Kale c. c.'s. Brian bull talk to his sister. Traveling nurse who's just recovered from covid. Nineteen my sister. Tracy and i are both proud members of the nez perce tribe or as we call ourselves than ame- pu we're also both essential workers during this pandemic though to be fair tracy's put herself in harm's way almost daily since nineteen came to the us still. She was surprised when she tested positive herself. I did a lot of sleeping but looking back the whole first week and a half was a blur it was an early november and thankfully tracy's case came at a later time in the pandemic one knowledge treatments. A covid nineteen or much better than on its earlier stages my sister got the same regiment as president trump. Actually but she says things got tense when the texas hospital. She does stain him. Tried to discharge her after only four doses of remdesivir contrary to cdc guidelines. I feel that they were trying to discharge me because they needed the hospital bed. And i told her no that i would not leave until i receive my sister. I insisted on it. Tracy's now out of the hospital ready to see her grandkids in montana. She says everyone needs to wear masks and appreciate healthcare workers. I'm very relieved. And of course proud of my sister be well. Keep doing great work and i love you. Happy thanksgiving thank you. I love you too. Brian and happy thanksgiving for national native news. I'm brian bowl. And tony gonzalez
Biden Will Nominate First Women to Lead Treasury and Intelligence
"Elect joe biden will nominate the first woman to lead the intelligence community. Npr's frank or donors reports on biden's choice of hanes to be his director of national intelligence if confirmed able hanes will be the highest ranking woman to serve in the intelligence community. She previously served in the obama administration as a national security lawyer and deputy director as the director of national intelligence. Hanes job will be to oversee sixteen. Us intelligence agencies. She has already been playing a role in the transition created. After nine eleven the focus of the deny has largely been on terror groups like al qaeda and isis isis. But biden officials are expected to broaden that focus to also include state adversaries including russia china iran and north korea.
Janet Yellen, Biden’s Expected Treasury Pick, Has Broken More Than Gender Barriers
"We report. That president elect joe biden plans to tap former federal reserve chair. Janet yellen as the nation's next treasury secretary our national political reporter ken. Thomas has more details. If confirmed by the senate would make history as the first woman to lead the treasury department. This is a decision. That's rooted in the administration's preparations to drive the economic recovery. From the turbulence of the coronavirus pandemic yellen has been an advocate for more government stimulus and warned that the recovery will be uneven if congress doesn't spend more to fight unemployment and keep small businesses afloat. She's viewed by the biden team. Is someone with a lot of credibility around the world and someone who could work closely with the fed and the executive branch to engineer. More financial support of congress is hesitant to pass more stimulus and the key point here in a divided congress. Yellen has a track record of receiving republicans support biden and also revealed. He picks for other posts today including some officials from the former obama administration. Tony blinken biden's longtime foreign policy. Adviser has been nominated to be secretary of state biden's tapping one hundred may orcas to lead the department of homeland security. If confirmed he'd be the first latino. Delete the department jake sullivan. A veteran of the state department and a long time by need will be national security adviser and biden his turning to admiral hanes a deputy national security adviser under president obama to be the director of national intelligence and lastly biden is turning to familiar face. He's going to make former secretary of state. John kerry a special presidential envoy for climate change. That's a sign of how important climate will be for his administration. These are all people who know joe biden. Well the worked for him for years. In lincoln's case for nearly two decades in it shows how the biden transition is trying to project competence and experience as he makes his selections biden in his phone. Calls with world. Leaders has been stressing the idea that the us will soon be back as he puts it when he takes office. And even as president trump has disputed the outcome of the election biden is trying to move forward with his picks and signal that the us will be returning to a sense of normalcy on the global
Obama says social media companies 'are making editorial choices, whether they've buried them in algorithms or not'
"Truth decay. I see that happening on a number of levels right now if you turn on different news organizations. They're not delivering news. They're delivering disinformation. Depending on who you're watching and that's really growing spreading and then i just land flatly on facebook where i feel a growing number of americans get their information there and that's truth and it seems to me to be very dangerous. It is very dangerous and you know he has President obama has very specific words for social media companies. He says they're not to blame entirely for this truth. Decay as he calls it. They're not to blame for every ailment in our political system but he says that the time has passed do for them to start acknowledging that they're not as they often argue. They're not just the phone company right That they're not just carrying messages back and forth between people that that embedded in their algorithms story choices. That's the way he put it to me. I thought it was a very good way to put it That that that the that facebook and other companies are sorting information and pushing certain kinds of information and repressing other kinds of information. And so you think that they play a civic role that they're not playing now and but but that's an accelerate as he says are something that exacerbates A deeper problem. Which is cultural norms. Right and in his book. I mean one of the interesting things. His book is that he traces his gradual awakening that something different is occurring in this country and he puts the You know he says. Sarah palin is the first indicator of this in two thousand eight hanes Crowd size not not to harp on crowd size. Which is an issue. We always talk about these days. He he saw mccain's crowd size. Saw palance crowd size saw that. She was appealing to a different kind of emotional impulse. native is Resume and said something is going on here and only later did we all realize that left unchecked An accelerated by social media and by another media ecosystem. You know this. This needs to This leads to some serious problems.
"hanes" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience
"Capturing what it's like. But most of them now don't there's a lot of flashing music and you know the kill shot and everybody celebrating high fives. This is I don't know. They don't know how you're seeing twenty two minutes of something that probably took. Many many days. Yeah and yeah and a Lotta struggle and so much training to get to that point where you could pull that off both Cardio hill running all the different things that you have to do and then shooting the bow constantly like. Will you pick up a rifle and not having shot for years and as long as you understand the principles of shooting a gun correctly and getting a surprise shot You can if you're shooting sticks, you could put that cross hair on animal and pull pull pull blam and shoot the animal. It can be done. You know I would recommend you practice. You can pull it off. Yeah. There's no fucking way you're going to be able to pull off a long shot with a bow. If you don't practice, you just can't do it now and people. Who even practice everyday fail because it's nerves nerves a crazy nerves are a weird thing man. It's like it protects you because like I gotta run like the like when you're in a situation where you need that adrenaline because your body's gotta get the fuck out of there and do superhuman things as fast as you can. Right. Then in a situation like elk hunting now you have to keep those nerves calm. It's the weirdest thing for someone like especially I know. There's a few fighters that have gotten into bow hunting and fighters are used to just in the moment just fighting, moving quick and react right but. Blunting. You have to stay calm. You have to keep your heart rate and check. You have to be in the moment and just concentrate on the shot process and don't get caught up in it. Don't don't let that anxiety. Get you. That's hard. That's hard for somebody little mental games going on and there's and there's also not knowing exactly Wyndha- hurry slowdown brought. You can get away with your reading the animal, you really their body language. You don't know whether to to close. The gap between you and them quickly or it's time to be patient. You don't know what the Winds GonNa do. There's so many things. That's why I always say like the better shape I'm in. I can make better decisions on all those micro decisions. Yeah, and that's that's what leads ultimately to success. It's not it's not running ten miles a day but that plays into all better decisions a thousand times and there's I mean I think that any really difficult thing that you do in this life? It. It elevates your ability to do difficult things. It elevates your your understanding of who you are as a person and where you stand right now in this moment and There's very few of those things that also sustain with food and this the crazy combination would what bow hunting is it's both a physical pursuit, a mental challenge and sustenance all these things together. So powerful an amazing combination. Yeah. Changed my life. It really did it's changed how I feel about food a changed my relationship with meat. You know, and that's why you offer to write the forward of my book. Yes, I'm excited. I've already got ideas. I'll tell you after I'm done I. Don't WanNa. Tell you anything I just want you to read it when it's done. Okay. Let's get the fuck out of here. Hunting next week but I'm excited I can't wait Utah. Go. All right goodbye everybody. Thanks him and Keep Hammering. please. Thank you. Thank you friends for tuning into the show. And thank you to our sponsors. Thank you to.
"hanes" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience
"European Yeah Oh, God. See that sucks. With. People's. Definitely. Then you take a stiff, Jab. Yeah. He's talking to do. Oh God those punches are. Doubt Well, he was. He was fantastic these like really tight. Like in close combat fights of giving you shoulder and pop. Hooks and turning angles on you. He was just super skillful. He just wasn't the most disciplined guy. A lot of times he would show for fights and didn't have big. Up because it was a radio, he filmed those. Oh, that's right. That's that's right. He also fought in the AFC if randy couture. Yeah. Armor that tortoise hit him with a low ankle. Took them down. I think he arm I think your arm triangle them GonNa hit an arm choke but isn't that. So I mean you said you like watching training like I mean that's how you you watch me shooting when you I wanted to have me on the on the podcast years ago. So what is it about as like washing people put in work for for discipline? Is that what you're? To See. Everybody likes to see I get inspired by greatness with the people that are great at anything even greater shit that I don't ever WanNa do like if I a guy play the harp fucking awesome. Fired up. Yeah. Me Too. I just love watching people put in work. I. Think there's something that's an incredible resource that we have today with video whether it's youtube videos or any kind of video on instagram or what have you were. You can watch them and and you get you fired up like that's a balance resource. Yeah. You need discipline to get things done this life but inspirations nice yeah. That'll give you a little extra. Won't get there without disciplined. Yeah. Train, when you inspired fuck, you're not gonNA. You're not, GONNA get fat. That's right. You need discipline but inspirations Nice it's nice to have. There's something about it to me I just take advantage of it. I think it's a it's an amazing resource so whether it's watching a guy like you shoot and watching your dedication, you training footage and all it's like I love the fact you always putting those the next lab on on. You do those long videos where you and who's with US air training. No that's that's all right. L. Nick. The train. Dude Eric McCormack as L. Law string outlaw strength. That's yeah. But that you do it with these guys and you have these, you bring people in a train with you have these. I need to know that other people who are working. Yeah. I like it. I WANNA see it. I WANNA see motion. Put My fucking shoes on and go. It's weird because those videos sometimes they'll get for me is a lot of two hundred thousand views on just leaving this lifting. crazing so people. Aren't unlike you I mean they they want that to they love it. Those goggles videos I put goggles video my page of the dig, a two million views. Because it's just him talking shit about himself. What's hilarious talking shit about his own lack of motivation is that where he said he video beat a bitch. Yeah. He was a sound like a straight bitch. GotTa love, that guy. I love that guy how could he not make somebody want to work harder I mean. You'RE GONNA work harder than you were going to work out. You'RE NOT GONNA probably out his him but you're gonNA work out harder than you would of knowing that there's like that out there. Yeah I think that's what that's what people need to realize, and I think you provide that as well because people have this idea of how hard working and it's usually grossly inflated. Most most people, they don't have the experience of driving themselves on a daily basis to excellence they kind of put in some work and then they pat themselves on back. They think they did a good job, right? Even guys who kind of workout Kinda hard like I'm talking hush. Hustling. Are you. Are. You really let me show you, Bro. Here's here's here's here's my friend gets up at three in the morning marathon for work. Well, every place I've went this year like to a crowd or haven't been around they've talked about doing pull ups. It's hilarious. It'd be like so now Did he do chimps to pull ups and and switch around? nope. Just just pull up. So pushups did you nope, just. Just pull ups in that Pulitzer so hard and how many pull ups did he do? He did forty one hundred and twenty four hours? Yes. Seventeen hours thirty five minutes. One hundred pull ups. Yeah. Yeah. That's that his polo his motivating factor was talking. About Goggin SCOGGINS previous world record is four, thousand, thirty two. And so. I told him I said well, you know we we look up to God Gauguin's is like a God to us. You know he's so such bad ass and and just knowing him is an honor but I said, well, if that's the goal to be Gauguin's, you also have to be his time otherwise. What's the point? So he did he he was able to do that and it was all about just trying to live up to the example Gog and said, he got done. But now most people bring that up the Goggin pull up wreck goggles record was for pull ups. How did he calculate it out that he say if I do five every x amount of seconds five Minute five minute five minute there. Sixty minutes an hour. There's three hundred. So he calculated it all out..
"hanes" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience
"In the mountains, you know what difficult things are. The thing about fighting is that you're you're getting hit and someone is hitting the thing. There's there's battles and maybe as difficult if not more difficult to battles, it play out in your own mind when you're running for three days in the mountains. Yeah. But there's something about people hitting you and about knowing that this guy like when you're sparring. Say and you realize that guys faster than you like, okay. Like I'm trying to do this and I'm getting cracked as I'm coming in his timing's better and you have to rea- drowsiness constantly thinking it's a crazy management battle because you're estimating what you can do and you're calculating what you need like you need to faint your way in you need to you need to redirect or misdirect you trying to figure it out. So it's draining it's exhausting and then you getting. The getting dinged up and you're trying to win but you just don't have it right and that's what I saw. The I never saw any quit there was no quit because he couldn't quit he could have found a way out he's a champion he could have found a way out in either one of those fights The thing about this Kobe govern fight is you gotta be ready. You've got to be ready and if he's ready and if you if we're getting the Tyron Woodley that knocked out Robbie, lawler, if we're the tyron woodley that stopped Carlos Condit, we're getting the real tyron Woodley. Guy Is going to be an interesting fight. Yeah. Because they fucking hate each other they've fucking hate each other and tyrant does not WANNA lose three fights in a row now no. Cult Colby says he's expecting the best tyron Woodley he calls him tyrone. Tyron Woodley Pussy down there should have been you all that Shit I you're. Yeah. Why did you let this man take this as beaten for you? Yeah. I mean it's GonNa be so he's expecting the best yeah, and he says He's just he says he's going in the fight when he even when he wins the title I, want to get him in here in here I want I want them to tell the story of why he created his character because it's a really interesting story because if you talk to colby outside the Octagon, like you said, he's a very respectful dude he's really smart and nice and he's very smart. He's he's like he's there. He's a very articulate. Like? Really engaging person he's yeah, he's charismatic. But what he realized was he was about to get cut and the UFC just they they were literally telling him like we we don't like your style like the way you're fighting we're GONNA cut you. So he goes to Brazil Swine Damian my in Brazil and he starts talking bad shit. Yeah. Awesome. A bunch of filthy animals and said the places that dump yeah and everybody goes nuts any os after he beat I mean he said on the Mike afterwards yeah after one. Yeah and I don't mind has never been beat up like that. Has He tyrod beat him up pretty bad. And Gilbert Burns knocked him out his last fight but Damian Myers, forty one yeah you know he's he's. One of the greatest Jujitsu artists ever competed in. There it is. That is this right now. Yeah today. Oh. Shit. Focus Kobe looks. God Damn. He's so focused. Oh, that's tents this intense. Alex. Legalized being black what? Did you. Yeah. it's. Good there didn't. He looks really really intense. Yeah. It's hard to see if tyrants intense 'cause he's got glasses on ESPN sunglasses. It's it's a crazy fight man. Koby in Brazil knew they said What he says is UFC said they're going to cut them winter lose yeah and so we made he's Crazy everybody went nuts a lot is on them like what you doing? So they basically, he it was it was a career saving move that turned him into a star out of nowhere. I look I talked to him before that he was not that guy before that. He was just a guy was training and fighting and doing really well, let's who is still is and he had a great style. His style was that style of really high pace stays on people. You only had one loss previous to tomorrow use modify, and that was a fight that you took with the fucked up rib. Yeah. He was hurt needed money needed the cash, which is this the life of a young. prizefighter. Yeah. But he's special. He's not you know he tricks people with the cheap suits and the Maga hat all that trash talk like this is a that is a facade, but the thing is. That makes it harder like to talk that Shit Y'all going pressure on yourself. People want you to lose man you put it away. Here's yeah and he's good at it. He's good at dealing with that and I even I've heard stories about him back in college wrestling and he still had that cough and it's where he'd be wrestling and talking to the crowd. Yeah while he's wrestling during the match against you know. Best. Wrestlers in the country I mean. With is something about that. That distracts the opponent to you know people do that like Floyd. Mayweather does a lot of that in sparring yeah. James Toney was famous for that James. Toney who's like without a doubt one of the best defensive boxers of his era he was an amazing boxer and James toney would talk mad shit during five. That's a bitch that Bitch Bitch Bitch, pop jabeen Hook. You Call Bitch come on. Gene Shit. You Ain't got shit pop pop. He got shit. In sparring. See. Google James toney talking shit during sparring. It was legendary people go to wildcard gym just to watch James Toney box and talk shit to people. Wow. And he would get like world championship caliber fighters in come on bitch. Let's bar bitch. He would take guys that maybe he would fight in the future. You know like he didn't care he like come on get in here and he had that that shoulder roll styles floyd. Yeah but thick. Big Sick Dude then get up in year and get on top guys push them up against the rope and talk shit and Hook them that'd be rough. Yeah. His his fight with Roy Jones junior was when they were both in their prime and James Toney was a destroyer Roy Jones junior just was too fast slim. If you can hear this, can you hear some of this? You just talk shit. Danny Green, who's a world class fighter I. Don't know where the. Cat Damn James toney looks good. Here we go. Big Is. I don't know if it's. Shit talking in this or if it's just like regular boxing sparring but Danny Green I believe when when these guys spar get Danny Green was a top contender. Rogan made this video famous twelve years ago. SIX MONTHS AGO It says twelve years after I. Uploaded it. Oh, that's hilarious. That's good. That's hilarious. Famous again, I love watching boxing sparring matches. I Love I love love like watching Andy His..
"hanes" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience
"Yeah. But this should be a g in there somewhere nope as G. but how do you say you're not saying it with a G. Pisgah go yeah I thought you say Pisgah. Say maybe I do. PISCOPO see. Whatever? Like people who say Oregon. Oregon Oregon. So a gun. Still, G okay. That's a cane to saying that when you're from there you to say, okay, I, get it. But when he runs down with you and you realize like while there's levels to endurance is levels to cardio and. Help him I mean the guy your age or so much older than him and you're like way outpacing him when you guys are running together like that's gotTa, let him know like Jesus Christ like is much as you think you're pushing it. The grind never stops. Yeah. Someone like you does that grind every fucking day you get to this level of endurance and people that think are in good shape. I talked to a bunch of the store next guys that went running with you. Thought was in pretty good shape. It's different but the colby is always has been known cardio. So he does really well, but he'll he'll admit to that I mean I'm only doing that song I'm not hitting paths wrestling. So it's like it's easy for me to focus on on endurance. He does say that. So it has opened his eyes he said to. There is another level and that's where he's been obsessed with getting. Yeah. The other level of endurance conditioning is always been this place where people reach and then realize it. I remember. Tito Ortiz fought frank shamrock. Back when t Ortiz's At the top all before he was really at the top of his game training a bear I. Think he was trading at big bear. I. Don't know if he was training a big bear back then because this is a fight where Frank Shamrock outworked him I'll and frank shamrock Wanda beaten them down and stopping. Okay and when it happened Tito became this cardio monster right afterwards and focused on cardio is a great lesson. He realized like, wow, like I fell apart because I got exhausted and before he was able to smash these people because he's really big strong kid who's a very good wrestler toughest Falcons Ready Scrap and he wound up running into a guy and shamrock that was trained better was smarter and was just had a better game plan was an insane cardio and frank. Just worked in stopping them, and then Tito became this guy who realized like Oh Cardio's everything right? Cardio Sin. Okay. I remember Kendall Grove. who was a great fighter from Hawaii I remember is still around. He. Trained with Tito on the ultimate fighter and then said to me goes dude it opened my eyes he goes cardio is everything yeah. Cardio's everything. Yeah and you realize that these guys that have a certain amount of conditioning they have a certain amount of ability. If you add extreme cardio Dan, the guy gets tired and you don't and when when you see someone tired and you're not tired, it's amazing. It's amazing that you like what's Yeah. It's a feels amazing and the same fatigue makes cowards of us all. So you as a fighter when you're when you`re You know fresh You could be a whole different fighter than when you're tired Yup all said and. Being, choked out wouldn't be that bad. Let me get Outta here Yup and that is what happens to your brain starts to looking for ways out. Yeah. You know you give up your back you you give up an arm. You know like you see guys you see guys getting mounted and you see that literally reach up and they're kind of giving arm. Yeah and they're still tired like take my neck but and that's what that's a big thing to me the difference in the fight is. Colby was tired is a fifth round. He was beat up he never gave up that's true. But needed to tyrant. You gotta realize tyrant Gilbert Burns Gilbert. Birth put a beaten in the first round tire never looked for a way out. He kept trying to win that fight. Yeah Gilbert was a step ahead of them and Gilbert wind up winning basically every round but tyron never looked for a way out. Did you think that I felt like he didn't he's SORTA. gave up against us man I think gave up I think that's all you had. That's all you're. Doing. Shit Nah fight well, first of all, I was trying to stay alive because his mom put a beaten on them I think one round I. Think it was the fourth round he unloaded this horrific combination on them and I talked about it and he was like I was trying to take them out. Yeah. It was. Then I realized he wasn't going anywhere Oh shit a good time. Yeah. But you know I think tyrants trying to win with everything he had but I don't think he had enough that. I talked to him about that fight afterwards and he does it wasn't me because I wasn't there anybody who knows me knows that wasn't me. So. So how do you do that? How do you go to a fight and that's not you? You know we talked about about distractions about all these different things. Yeah, and you know it's it's hard being a professional prizefighter is one of the most difficult things that anybody could do in athletic I couldn't I mean I'm sitting on the couch talking Shit you're not sit on the couch you do difficult things I, mean you've done the Moab to forty you've run two hundred and forty miles..
"hanes" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience
"Seven days crazy M. as the three thousand meters and I was talking to them both about pain. Because Courtney's pain isn't as intense, but it's for a long a week you know or days Emma's pain. So. She wants to break nine minutes in steeplechase. You never has nine. Oh, two's is her best I, believe and she'll have to break nine minutes probably win the gold medal steeplechase that's three thousand meters and it has the barrier like the water barrier. So you jump over you jump over barriers and then there's a water barrier to have you ever seen seen them jump over I don't think I've ever seen to look up M. Desert right here. Yeah that's wow. So you jump over Water Tamba look how much air she gets. Yeah. That's crazy. Yeah. So that's her so She's she has nine minutes. And you can see her like there's a video of her winning. The world. Championships Emma Coburn World Championship. So the steeplechase thing the water you have to jump over the water what if you land in the water they land in the water that's okay. Yeah. Just slows you down. the they can't really clear that water. So they plan on on running and landing in the water weird thing to have. In your run yeah. We're. Says see so that's Right and she's she's taller than like. The other girls are usually from Ethiopia or Kenya. Event you make him jump over a fence into a pond. Yeah. That's so bizarre. I never knew this existed. Long here's another one. Yeah. Some don't have the water like this have that barrier there and I think there's four per lap. How many people eat shit jumping over that barrier where she go Also now, and now with them legs damn length shaken. So anyway. So she's got nine minutes of pain. And I was her about 'cause there's always a decision. Like I watched her watch a run this mile race and she was kind of in back with about a lap to go and there's always that decision like. Do, I want to. Go now and have it hurt really bad or just Kinda wasn't my day like. How do you decide to deal with that pain and so that's what I was asking her about because that's what fascinates me which she say she's so there's nine, one, thousand, nine. So she's got a nine two. Yeah. She's nine hundred our best now God damn I now. Look it. Also, ladies are beat down the end of that. Exhaust painful. Yes. So she's from this little town crested butte and Colorado, and that's where I went and ran with her in its as ten thousand, nine thousand feet. What was her her answer to that to? The pain deciding she's just so she I, her her brain is so focused in on that time that nine minutes were just like. And so it's just she knows if she pushes now it's only GonNa last this amount of time you know it's just this is what she's got to do. This is what how it works. At her whole life and so it was just pushed through so like if she's so regimented on time from doing track her whole life show like say, what can you meet me at? Ten, and then we can get coffee and. Till about ten twenty and then we'll go should go to get to the mountain by about ten thirty and then we can run and with should be I mean like everything is like so regimented because her brain works like that. So when she thinks about that pain I think she just knows that it's going to be the certain amount of time and then it's going to be over and this is what she does. So it's It's different than say courtney WHO'S NOT GONNA it won't be as intense because you know was sprinting when you're exhausted it just hurts. It's so easy to be like that's what I was asking her about. Because When I watched her run the mile that's not her her Vin is three thousand meters, which it, which is more than a mile. So. I said, you could easily said, well, this isn't my event You know you made that decision whether to go and pass all these other girls and win or just be like wasn't my night this is my van whatever and just a little bit less. Oh. Just. So this decision on, should I go or should I stay right here where it's comfortable feels good. I mean still hard is still an effort, but it's not the pain like going. So when you make right when you make this Almost went right there but didn't see that. So when you make that decision Oh, this is I. Think this is World Championships was the race we just watched, but this is the full race hang back. Now this is not a dodge. That was thousand fourteen this on a watch this she passes right here. This is the world championships going over this water that girl in the middle didn't go over good Emma did. And right here. So she's turned it on but now it's now as a finish line is there but see how controlled and like fluid she is and this is so fast God damn. And so she went on that crazy run with you and courtney as well. No, no no. No she doing there are two different athletes No you didn't run that. She was sleeping up there with you guys, right? No, no, no no. That was Maggie Maggie she's she's ultra this Emiko. Those are such white girl named just played. Bad Yeah no Emma lives in crested, Butte? So I went I've met Courtney in Leadville. In that's we ran Mount Sherman, which is fourteen thousand feet. So I met her in the afternoon Courtney and her husband. Kevin. And we did. This big. Eleven mile loop and we did fourteen thousand foot peak and I stayed there And At their house and the next morning I got up and drove and met Emma encrusted Byu. Rather, small town in Colorado in its high altitude and that's where that's where Mo grew up and her parents live as though. I met her there the next day and we ran I don't know shorter distance. Faster you know five miles or whatever. But for me running five miles at ten thousand feet with her at that pace, it's like. Mean got some length to yeah. How tall she? I would say five seven but her long her legs are so yeah. Yeah and Russ running she's she got that crazy long stride. Yeah and running she's running trails there at ten, thousand, nine, thousand feet and it's just like that training and to to over those barriers you have to be athletic. Yeah like Different explosive. She's more athletic than say the girls from Kenya where smaller they but they live Kenya's high elevation to so but if Emma lives at the same elevation has the same talent. Fastest mile ever run Colorado soil running four, thirty two. So that's that's what. S that's the one I watched. That's where I said she was in. Shoes in at the back, and then I said that decision you made to turn it on. Now that's not. Just a slow motion version of. This this is a couple years ago. They she just she just broke that outside. So, this is the indoor version of.
"hanes" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience
"I mean as you can't sleep is. I, don't know I don't know what the perfect answer is. She She was about twenty two hours I. Think it at one point ahead of the record but she ended up in emergency room just because her. Her She pushed so hard what I was GonNa say is. Animals will push look how fucked up. She looks yeah she's so tired. Yeah look. It is my now she's exhausted. Yeah. So that her pulse oxygen was seventy. which it's supposed to be in the nineties, and if it's at eighty, eighty five, they say go immediately to the -mergency room to the doctor and hers a seventy. So her brain just wasn't getting enough oxygen and the doctor a believe the doctor said that. Because they said, well, what what would happen if she keeps pushing and he he said well. She'll die on the trail. So, well, that's the problem with someone. WHO's that tough? Yeah. Let's say literally could push themselves to the point where their heart stops in animals do that we know that a dog will push yourself a horse will push so hard that they will die dog. You're. From four or five times in a row, and he drops the ball lays down broward dot. Yeah. Right, so some dogs yeah my dog like cash would he's a lab and all he wants to do he'll do that. Right. So. And horses do that horses die a lot or not a law but Horses die from pushing. So most humans have that self preservation mode where I mean most humans that. Like the hint of discomfort. Yes. I'm. Out Yeah. So but Courtney has that where I don't know. Well, goals are interesting because goals are what force you to pass your comfort zone and go into this crazy level where you realize you're you're only tapping into very small percentage of what you're capable of like even goggles. What is his quote? The most people quit forty percent forty percent yeah I think he's one hundred percent accurate they're. Throwing percentages around here. It sounds good i. mean anybody knows he knows right There's a thing that you do when you tap into like when you have a goal when you say I'm going to run ten miles a day and I'm gonNA keep doing like my friend lex Friedman The SCIENTISTS MIT guy. He was on the podcast last week. One of the things that he was talking about was He did this challenge where he ran was it four miles every four hours. For those heated to challenges. Yeah. It was the first one he did earlier in the year before was four hours four miles every four hours for forty eight hours or forty miles whatever and just talking about it I think Goggin. Goggin set that up. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Him and Goggin through France Yeah. Okay and then there was some crazy pushups it up pull up challenge that they did as well and Goggin said whatever you do double. Yeah which. Is Little Mind. Fuck. When you're falling apart and you realize that Goggin is doing twice what you're doing but. There's something about a goal like that. We set it in motion and you realize you have to do it where it forces you out of your comfort zone forces you to realize what your body's actually capable of which most people just never do. That's one of the great things about making someone compete like the great thing about training for a marathon or getting ready to do something. He's like when you have a goal and then you actually and then you're committed to the thing and you actually have to go and do it then and only then do you often find out what your body is actually capable. Yeah. Yeah and still even even during that goal. Or that performance, it's It's really hard to push I. Mean Push give all you got I remember my kids. I, would say. So did you give all you got? Yeah we'll. I didn't see. You weren't throwing up I didn't throw up at the end. When you push I. don't even I mean it's not like I'm I can say, I do that every time either but it's like. Who really pushes with all they got and what is that line? Yeah. What's after that? Do you I I don't know and would you be happy if you push so hard that you died like well, this is a good way to die. Well, no, but then you know you give your all. But isn't that. So that's what fascinates me with these people with the with the Guardians and Corden and it. Also in some respects Emma is like put is like performing at this level. And it's just incredible to me. It's like so I want to know how can I take whatever mindset they have? Apply it to myself in what I do. So that's all have tried to do is like I I've said a million times. I'm definitely not talented. I spend time around people who are the best at what they do and hoping a little bit I can pick up a little bit. I'm get that mindset like gardens flips that switch courtney just has no switch is just what is what is talent? I WanNa know what that is. When you say you're not talented because you're obviously very successful at bolt as a bow hunter you probably I mean if there's three top bow hunters on the planet Earth Top. I. Don't Know How many people are the the best bow hunters on earth but in my mind you're in that group. What is talent? Like? If you're that good at bow hunting and I've seen, you shoot targets one hundred and fifty yards away and shoot balloons. Seen from ridiculous share you obviously incredibly talented with a bow like what is talent was that mean to you when you say I'm not talented to me. I always equate talent to physical like performance by say running one hundred meters like a freak athlete. Yeah okay. I E quit talented. Right. Like like. Mike Tyson or Paulo Costa. Yes. I'm just freak athletes or runners I mean runners there's like they've. Ruben running since the beginning of time if you're one of the fastest humans to ever run, you have to be talented. That's the best talent. Yeah. There's things that people get that you are never going to get. There's there's a certain amount of speed people can generate certain amount of power people can generate. There's things that people can do. But the kind of things that you're doing is not required requires mental strength and you're you're doing endurance runs where these long ass mind torture runs they don't require that sprinting Shit. They just require that ability to keep going when you don't WanNa keep going right ability to maintain a pace. That's painful right? Yeah and I've I've been I was talking to 'cause after my Hon Colorado and ran with Courtney we did a fourteen thousand foot peak and then I ran with 'em the next day in two totally different athletes Courtney's. The the eight.
"hanes" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience
"Yeah. Look look how can go wrong? He has a whole fake news is really got some traction now figures is a real thing. Now, how is a fake news? Yeah I was pretty impressed with the the treaty we just signed with Israel I mean member Jared Kushner got beat up a lot and trump for pointing and the whole family and how everybody's involved in in his His. Operation Basically but like he jared Kushner wasn't qualified, and then here we sign this great treaty with Israel and How that happened I. Don't know see if jared Kushner was not married to trump's doctor I think people would look at them very differently. The the promise he's married trump's daughter end he looks like Damian from the omen. See photos of him and Damian side the style I haven't dude he looks like a God damn horror movie like he's the the devil son because perfect like slicked back hair and perfect angular features thin and always wears a suit. Yeah Jamie show me what's up. He looks he looks very similar to the Lohman will whatever he did. It was good. Come on look at that. Look at him and look at Damien look at. Yeah. Come on there. Right. There Kats almost exact. Bro Is that Photoshop only could be photoshop? No even showing off his watch look at my watch. The Devil Katie this watch. That's not Gucci. That those two up in the that looks like a horror movie. Oh, they're bringing in the Anti Christ off one the far left with Donald Trump being blurry him right there. Click on that come on son. That's some Satanic Shit. If that wasn't a Stephen King movie be like, Oh, my God they've gotTa Stop. Him. They've gotTa Stop Him. Well, whatever powers he's used it. It worked out good for this treaty. It's just got good features. Yeah. Getting our time because he's got good angular Fiji S I. Wish I looked at good I do yeah. Smooth skin. Oh, man Nice. Yeah tight. Yeah. Everything's smooth. No, no. No readiness skin now I don't know. The problem is if you're married to the president's daughter and then you get a big job in the White House. Automatically you're fucked. We're just going to say automatically you don't deserve that position. There's no way in Biden is the same thing probably yeah. I mean that doesn't come up too often either and that's pretty scandalous right that thing where you know someone got fired because. Biden. Force it through how did that work remember that? Oh No I better. Let's. Avoid the retractions. Going on that really excited about this good like elk hunting. Oh. I know I know. That's days away. That's in the thing about it. So I was just in Colorado. No reception. U. Verse the animals. Reading the country reading the wind that's I mean that's life. That's none of this BS. Yeah. That well, that's the beautiful thing about the woods as a reset is that. When you're out there and quiet you realize. Oh. None of these animals out here give a fuck about me know who I am. They don't know what is happening in the world. They're not aware of Kamala Harris and Joe Biden. Man's locie or Donald trump they don't know nothing is out there trying to eat grass not get eating there and breed. Yeah and you know John John was last year he was like eighteen yards away from them online. John Oh. Yeah. Yeah. Well, I saw We saw I think when I was there I saw one but The guys hunting saw to during the day mountain lions and just out because the snow came the weird snowstorm went from ninety degrees. One day to twenty degrees the next day. How does that happen I? Don't know jared Kushner. Say. Yes. Had to be, but anyway, the animals were, they didn't know what to do. So the lions were out hunting hard they were like this is great. Animals weren't moving because they didn't know they were kind of caught off guard normally the seasons change as a gradual and I think the bull stop bugling the deer stopped moving normally the bucks velvet there are feeding. This in their normal routine everything stopped because the snow and the temperature came but the lions were there like Oh yeah. No. We're going to the hot pocket section and killing some deer and elk and it was it was crazy but we saw two lions and then the bear were kind gone for a little while but then they pop back out to and Good Hon for sure. Yeah. That video that you've posted the bear in elk half that's. That's something that people need to see. The it's people who love wild animals I I understand it like, but there's There's a real cruelty to the way they die in the wild. Yeah. That if people get upset about hunters like you Kinda I understand that you wouldn't want a beautiful animal to die I do understand that. But you kind of need to know that they're gonNa die no matter what happens and this is the way they usually die. Yeah and it's a rough way to go. Bears eating. Animals like that. It's so hard to watch too because the bears don't really kill him I now and the bear this year was a hard year for elk calves because. So the cows were pregnant dropped the call it drop in the Cavs so they were given birth and the bear following knowing that. The CAVS ARE GONNA be dropped they'll be on the ground. The can't stand up and they could just kill 'em pretty quick and so. They were finding like to to dead out cavs day every day and this was a hard year specifically because it was dry in southern Colorado so the grass didn't grow. Normally the grass Batali there'd be more cover l. cavs could hide better they were just laying on the open the bears relax. Okay. There you are go kill them, start eating them, and it was just they. They hammered on this year I mean. Normally I talked to the game ordinaire. Hunt Great Guy Legend. Bob's his name and He's been there for many years and he said that normally..
"hanes" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience
"Cameron Hanes. Rogan experience. PODCAST. Gone Buddy. Good to see you man it's good to be here in the spaceship look at this. It's weird, right? Yeah. Very. Polarizing people love it or hate it. A lot of people hate it all really yeah. I think cool I like it. Yeah I don't love it. Yeah. I. Don't think it's perfect but I think it's interesting. It's we did a really quickly I mean we we decided to move here within six weeks here. I said this on the video my instagram. Madonna should probably say it again you live up there in Oregon yes, and I said something incorrect I said about There was a guy who got there was one guy got arrested for lighting fires and I thought I'd read some other shit about activists getting arrested for lighting fires or Antifa. Keep calm activists. What do you call them? Crazy idiots morons. It's not true. So sorry if you heard me say that Jamie. Informed me of it today. It's one thing about being out of the loop. You don't know when people are mad at you. Yeah. But at this time, I, agree with them mad at me for that. Well, somebody did get arrested Molotov cocktail I. Read that that turns out to be true he got arrested in he got of jail and then Litz more things on fire but. See. Here's the thing like when. When you say Antifa like what does that mean? Just crazy person, and that's what a lot of anti is like that guy that shot that dude in Portland the guy that shot that trump support. That guy's a crazy person that he's dead now right? He was. He was a crazy person. Yeah. Just decided to pile pylon to this thing and become an activist, but that's when you don't have. An entry examination. Yeah. Anyone could just join the show. Yeah. You just show up now you're ANTIFA. Yeah. Now you're part of the resistance yeah but. I fucked up I said that people a lot of people were arrested. I read some shit about it. I don't remember where I read about all these people getting arrested for lighting wildfires but it wasn't true. Just this one guy for sure I think they should have been arrested maybe that's a different well. I see that's why it made sense to me because they have been arrested for lighting fires in or that it didn't been arrested they had been. Seen lighting fires and throwing them into the matter of Portland's apartment lobby. Yeah and they were lighting fires out in the street in front of his apartment and it just went someone said Oh look at all these arrests they're. They're arresting people for lighting fires I just want Oh that makes sense and I just repeated it. I'm very upset myself. I don't like when I repeat shit that's not true. That's definitely not true. Yeah. It's a hard time. Now it's your spot up there though that's your area. Yeah it's it's you know people and they find out. Oh, you're from Oregon. So what do you think of all just? As kind of embarrassing to to just because I understand people have an opinion and they want change and they you know maybe it's maybe some of it is valid but I don't agree with a hundred knights of burning or however many nights has been of just burning and ruining the city I don't. I don't understand how that. I mean eventually maybe one I have a protest, do whatever get your message out talk to people. But just destruction I don't get that I. Think it's exactly what we were just saying that you get enough people to join onto a movement and the movement has no like directive or leaders they're just they're showing up and you're gonNA, get morons that do things like light books on fire and throw them into the lobby like doing all the things that they were doing trying to break into the federal building. Just. People are nuts man and people are there. Everyone's so many angry people right now too. That's also part of the problem. So many people are angry too crazy time and so many people are out of work because of covid because everything shut down. So people are furious because of that you know they don't know what to do. It's just it's one of those things where. It doesn't seem like there's a solution on the horizon for a lot of people now, and so then they'll burn this system down fuck the system until you who Portland's a fun place I love going up there I've always loved Portland well I'm proud to be from Oregon I mean Oregon is a great state this. I don't know it's really hard to support just destruction. Yeah, and it's just it doesn't seem like it's help anything. You know and then all the conspiracy theories. Oh, what's the fucking? You know they're trying to bring down democracy. It's Russia and China involved in the George Soros Fund there's a million different versions of the conspiracy of to while there's so much cast in the streets. You know let's Is a weird time. Yeah. I mean Eddie Bravo is right about a lot of stuff Alex Jones is right about. Right yeah it's it's It is crazy because you start and I've even texted you about this about wondering about you know people would always say we'll do the elites run the country and they're controlling this and media and this and that, and then then you start wondering. Or thinking or seen and and you see all this seems like maybe that's true. Maybe the elites have been controlling everything and they're still trying to with this covert and the fear and everything they're doing just they can control people with fear and that's what's happening. I get super suspicious when people use that term the elites. Yeah. How do you get a group? Don't even know what that meeting. What is what is the elites? What does that mean? I know that I know enough about it but I don't know if they're real. I mean there has to be right there. There is a builder Burger meeting, right? Yeah. The BILDERBERG group they get together and they meet up But what do they do I? Don't know now maybe talk about interest rates. Yeah. Well, we were talking about this I would probably. I'm hunter. Alright. So I'd I, don't like the politics and turn explain all this in your lane I try to stay in my lane but I do have doubts on other things and we were talking about like few even look at the movie three, hundred gladiator like the old time though the weird they would say boy. In. Like these politicians it's like a toned down version of that. Still it's like there's so Paul. Politicians. I don't know why trump got elected. They are. So people are so sick of politics quote politicians, but there still is at. That influence in that them controlling, and then just so much different than the people you know yeah. Well, I think that's how you become successful as a politician you have to be a politician. Deeply embedded, and again, this is just guessing I'm onto I should stay in my lane. What I'm saying, but I would imagine that the only way you really get successful as a politician is you have to be connected to all these other people that are connected to all these special interest groups and lobbyists, and that's these fundraisers, and that's why you have to mingle and and then it becomes normal. You become a part of you know becomes. A normal part of the system, and now imagine that that's the case with almost any big business like white guys get together the big businessman get together golf. Yeah Right. They get together and they talk shit and they figured out their plan and they work out deals and stuff and yeah and some of them do it on Fuck Island with Jeffrey Epstein. I think that's a lot of. What. What do you mean? I haven't heard anything about that. As beautiful as a lot of beautiful trees and beautiful warm wall and why is it called Fuck I don't. I. Don't call it that I call it a nice place to meet Nice people. Right I mean how crazy is that? That's just gone just like. Wasn't that a story is that a thing just went away but that sounds way crazier than ANTIFA lighting fires in Portland and it's true. That's a real one. I can talk about that and. It is what it is. Capsule Mad at myself for saying that story and have it not be true. Jamie. Showed me tales like did I say that? Yeah like with more on. Weird like no really like having someone like me being a more on like I am being responsible for steering the ship and your livelihood is connected to this. There's got to be strange, right? Buttons. Man. You gotta take the good with the bad I guess. Yeah. So how how does a self-proclaimed Moron have the president of the United States clearly a more onto the zone. Is tweeting about you mentioning you want windy actually windass him and Biden here. podcast see Joe Biden's a smart one. He's like well, the guy's a moron I'm not going on this podcast. Tomorrow. Morning we got we got problems trump is like that makes sense to me. I'm in. Well, trump is like I mean he's obviously deeply again we're way out of my lane talking nonsense he's obviously not to business is a huge businessman. Businessman but not a politician in any way which other than becoming president. Yeah, which is fucking bananas. Part of it is good man part of his just expose this system just to let everybody know, hey, look what can happen..
Is Stainless Steel Really Stainless?
"Bathroom, sinks and kitchen appliances to New York's Chrysler building, and the Saint Louis. Gateway. Arch. The world sometimes seems like it's covered in stainless steel. And why not the material is not only sturdy and versatile, but also stainless as the name implies, but is it really impossible to stain stainless steel? Stainless steel is a family of materials that gets its handle from corrosion and oxidation resistant properties that protect it from rust and unsightly botches. Generally, these steals our mixture of iron end at least ten point, five percent chromium sometimes rounded to eleven percent by engineers. When exposed to oxygen and moisture a for instance, when a stainless steel pan is nick door dinged chromium is an element that produces thin oxide film, the coats the product. This self repairing feature of stainless steel ensures the object will always look smooth and shiny. Various European American metallurgists claim to have invented. This wonders material. A We do know that Croup ironworks in Germany created an acid resistant steel as early as nineteen eight, it was used for the hell of a yacht. To other German researchers discovered the relationship between chromium content and corrosion resistance that metal containing at least ten point five percent chromium had a greater resistance to corrosion. Meanwhile American. elwood Haynes patented one type of stainless steel precursor in nine eleven and English researcher. Harry brearley developed a similar material around the same time. After a four year dustup in which hanes successfully opposed brearley's attempt to patent his version of the steel, the to pooled resources to market their wares as the American stainless steel. Company. These and other stainless bells found their way into cutlery airplane parts, Gulf clubs, and Adams almost immediately. But not all stainless steel is created equal. There are four main types of stainless steel classified by structure and composition. The most common variety is static sixty, five percent of the stainless steel produced. All's in this category. A static steals can be found in products ranging from cutlery and cookware to automotive trim and industrial applications. Immaterial pains at least sixteen percent chromium no more than zero point one, five percent carbon and usually includes nickel or manganese for added their ability. Meanwhile. For riddick stainless steels contain up to twenty seven percent chromium often as well as aluminum or titanium, but if little or no nickel. means that while these materials are highly resistant to Croatian, they're less durable than their austin cousins. For riddick steals are more affordable than Austin attic varieties and are commonly used in Mufflers, exhaust, systems kitchen counters, and sinks. Then we have Martin's stainless steels which are less corrosion resistant than the first two types, but are noted for their extreme strength and durability. Of the material contains twelve fourteen percent chromium along with small amounts of Molybdenum and carbon. These steals also contain little to no nickel less than two percent. Martin's stainless steels are magnetic and are often used in products where this feature's useful like a kitchen back splash to which spice rack or other metal object can be attached without using fasteners. A finally duplex stainless steels combined the benefits of Austin night and fair right to provide enhanced decay resistance and beefed up strength and durability. metallurgists typically look to create a mix that's half Austin and half foretich. The result is material that features more chromium and less nickel than his found in Pure Austin at steals about twenty to twenty, five percent chromium and five percent nickel as well as a high level of Molybdenum. These deals are primarily used in chemical plants and piping applications. You may have noticed our use of the term resistant when referring to these stainless steels capacity for avoiding blemishes. So is the material just stain resistant or completely stain proof? And despite the hardy protection that it affords users, stainless steel is more stain less and stainless in other words while the material is highly resistant to discoloration blemishes and other imperfections, it's not completely impenetrable. Just look at the Gateway Arch, which is starting to show its age with breast and K after five decades of welcoming tourists to saint. Louis. The protective layer of film covering a stainless steel object can break down over time leading to corrosion and pitting. In addition compounds like chloride, hydrogen and hydrogen sulfide often caused the film to stress and crack. The level of rest resistance provided by a particular steel depends largely on the materials used to create it the more chromium, the more corrosion protection. The sturdier stainless steels also feature at least eight percent nickel, which provides further defense against tarnish. Some products are tagged with numbers indicating their proportions of chromium and nickel. For instance, eighteen over ten flatware is sold at a premium because it has eighteen percent chromium and ten percent nickel content providing greater protection against corrosion than ordinary flatware. For household users it's important to understand that many metals advertised a stainless steel are actually stainless steel played it. The plate is corrosion resistant, but is susceptible to damage if cut or scratched deep enough to reach the. Material because the plates can also wear off over time, buyers should clarify whether a particular product is made completely of stainless steel or simply plated. Whether played it or not. You're stainless steel appliances and other products need to be cleaned. Most of the time good old fashioned soap and water will do the trick for tougher stains. Professionals recommend variety of household remedies. A couple of dabs of olive oil or window cleaner can remove most of those pesky fingerprints and smudges while white or cider vinegar will restore shine. A don't use steel wool pads or harsh cleaning powders as they'll scratched surface. If you need to remove burnt on food from stainless steel pan, let it soak in warm water and then clean it with baking soda and Gentle Nylon or plant based scouring pad.
The 4 Most Annoying Interview Mistakes
"Zooms head of hiring has got some really good insight on video interviews. So zoom exploded during the pandemic you know as this hey, this is a great tool to do meetings when you have to be at home and working remote and as a result certain companies kept hiring and so they were having to do interviews via zoom or just video interviews and so this is an article from CNBC's got some really good stuff in this I want to go through this because the video interview is not necessarily going away. Here's some things you want to be aware of these are big mistakes that the zoom head of hiring has noticed and they're spot on number one too much fidgeting and peaking at your phone. With an in person interview. This is Phil. Haynes who's head of global talent acquisition presume with an in person interview never sneak a look at your phone. I hope not. Can you imagine face to face have an interview and you do one of these numbers? Yeah Yeah. Sorry. I got a text from the wife. Could you imagine? and. Yet because the video interview and it's buzzing, people are looking down and they're looking at their phone or something else and they're fidgeting around and moving around and this is bad bad bet. It's a distraction for you and the person interview number to watch the up and down I move across the screen. I never thought about this until reading this article this really true when you're on a screen. and. You're doing a conversation with somebody you tend to your eyes are darting all around screen time. Is it here? I'm looking down here to get a couple of emails o a chat just came or whatever, and you're not looking at the person here's the deal just because it's a video interview, you need to have the same rules as an in person interview. We all know those people you meet them at an event and you're talking to them and they're scanning over your shoulder to see if there's somebody more interesting to look at Voi-. Number three. Don't be visibly worried and distracted by things. You can't control the home environment mishaps as Hell hanes refers to this has never this is key to here. Folks has never botched a really good interview. So the interviews going great and let's say a dog and this is what he says. I've Seen Dogs Butts Behind People's heads I've seen ups, guys at the door I've seen people do interviews with two year old, Noor Lap. The more natural. You are the better and this is an interesting statement hanes all these. Home. Environment mishaps in the middle of the interview have actually enhanced our ability to judge the real person. So here's the deal. If the two year old walks in and throws a dirty diaper and hitch in the side of the ear while you're doing your video interview, you gotTa Roll with it. Right? You gotta go. Well, that's my two year old Leon who just hit me in the head with a dirty diaper. We'll get to that a little bit later but the you know and have fun comment with you know. But this is just like a customer coming out of nowhere with a with a rant and I got to handle it. They see your humanness and they see how you handle it. Oh, it's it actually becomes an attractive thing and finally number four boring unenthusiastic answers. Again, this is not a video element is just the kind of put this on this one on here, and this is why I do the interview guide. Free resources that can come dot com how to win the interview and Hanes says, consider in advance. What questions you'll be asked You keep the person engaged make sure that you keep people engaged you do that by preparing ahead of time so you've got a really good answer
Could Kamala Harris Be Our Next Vice President?
"Comma harassment history in two thousand sixteen when she became California's. Email US senator in the first Jamaican and Indian ancestry in the crowd at twenty twenty presidential primaries, she competed against other Democratic candidates, including Joe Biden to brand herself as progressive prosecutor, the face criticism for supporting tough on crime policies bar campaign had high hopes in a robust start internal conflicts poor decision making in fundraising. Plummeted her stock almost as quickly as it rose. I cannot tell you. That I have a path forward. If I don't believe I do now here's is rumored to be a top contender as Joe Biden's running mate, but as a former prosecutor, the right person during this time to represent black. America here to help us break down. How Senator Harris stacks up his Aaron, Hanes the editor at large for the Nineteen News Organization. So much coming back is so good to see you again maybe back since we last hot. Obviously we are still in the middle of global pandemic, but also we have seen protests erupt all of the country and all of the world focus on police brutality against black people, considering the way that this has become front and center this Joe Biden now half to choose a black person, and by definition from his own proclamation, a black woman to be vp the cause for that or definitely getting louder as we're seeing kind of what I like to call the pandemic within a pandemic kind of the dual ills of Corona virus and racism. What voters and I think in particular black voters and black women voters are the backbone of Democratic Party are looking for somebody who's going to be ready on day one to address systemic racism in America, right, a lot of black voters have talk to tell me that they are casting a survival vote in two thousand, twenty, literally putting their bodies on the line in the midst of a pandemic to be able to vote and participate safely our democracy and I think. A lot of people feel like a black woman on the ticket would go a long way. To making that happen today we're here to talk about one black woman in particular commonly Harris I'm curious like what makes Senator Harris. A contender for being Joe Biden's VP from the time that she entered the twenty twenty Democratic field last year is the lone black woman. She was a standout. People have seen her as somebody who has taken on this administration as a senator. Inches, talk we. Didn't keep note some of these things. Brian this committee with the notes that you did maintain. She is somebody who has been elected statewide, and who has executive leadership experience the thing that we can't ignore when we're talking about senator hairs is that she built her career by being a prosecutor does her history and even some of the positions that she's taken as a prosecutor? Does that disqualify her? In this moment I think it's interesting I mean it was certainly an issue for her during her presidential run right like she ran and really was trying to tell what she. She felt was her record as a progressive prosecutor. Right as somebody who was willing to make a lot of performs even preceding the black lives matter movement I created as Attorney General, the first in the nation, implicit bias and procedural justice training for law enforcement, but there were voters indeed question per record and law enforcement, and saw that as a liability, but now that I think we're getting into this vice presidential conversation Kamala. Harris it's actually being one of the most outspoken people are calling for the need to address not only system racism. Policing reform in particular while she and vice president, Biden may have some answering to do for for their past records Both of them are really trying to articulate a way forward in a ticket that could potentially look at kind of appearance, some of those harms in addition to criminal justice reform. What are the other issues that she is trying to lead on issue of maternal health writer, maternal morbidity, and we know that black women that disproportionately in childbirth, also some of the other systemic issues that have been exposed whether it is the wealth an income gap whether it's the idea that that black and Brown people are the majority of essential workers are really being voice for those. Those marginalized people during the campaign Senator Harris in one of her best, if not her best debate performance came for Joe Biden, she directly challenged him being racially insensitive for his record on blessing to you agree today that you were wrong to oppose busing. In America this was a significant moment. I'm curious. How will she and potentially the public be able to reconcile how much she critiqued his candidacy today now stand beside him at the time. A lot of Democrats were very shocked that she would gone at at the vice president in this way over the issue of bussing and and segregation. In retrospect. What we now see is that what comal hair was doing it alone black woman? In the race was was raising questions about his record on ways and how he will govern. The black people in mind that racial reckoning that is happening now. She really kind of initiated that on that debate stage back in June of last.
"In the spring of twenty fourteen. I was twenty three years old. I had just moved to San Francisco for my first real job. Things were good and then all of a sudden I stopped eating. I became obsessed with counting calories. I didn't let myself eat more than five or six hundred a day. A banana for breakfast. A Salad for lunch steamed Broccoli for dinner. If I had a meal that fell unhealthy I would make myself throw up afterwards. I wasn't sure why I wasn't letting myself eat. It wasn't that I wanted to look different. It was more like I my body to feel different. I wanted parts of my body to disappear when I pulled on my jeans. Did it quickly trying to avoid touching the curve of my helped in a shower? When I ran the wash cloth over my body I tried to turn my brain off when I cleaned my chest. But this compulsion to count calories didn't line up with the identity built for myself most weekends. My friends and I went for bike rides outside the city. It felt Rad to ride as part of an all women crew. My friend had a jersey that said blue skies big thighs one day. We went out for a long hilly ride. We stopped halfway for a snack. My friends got sandwiches and SMOOTHIES and ordered a small Kale Salad before my friends could say anything. I lied and told them that he'd had a really big breakfast. It was worried about my friends. Finding out that I wasn't eating. I was worried that they would tell me. I knew better I did know better. I minored in Gender Studies. I was in the giant of monologues. Four Times I didn't even date men a new. That diet culture was bullshit. A knew that my worth wasn't determined by weight. I felt too feminist and queer to have an eating disorder. The final climb back up to the Golden Gate. Bridge is a windy steep three Mile Hill. I've fallen way behind my friends. I'm starting to really slow down. The Hill is getting steeper. I feel lightheaded and nauseous. I tilt over to the side and because my shoes are clipped in I follow over. If pull my bike to the side of the road I sit down and I cry. I feel so stupid. Just like this is ridiculous. Why am I doing this? I Walk my bike up the rest of the hill later that year. I was in a bike accident. I don't remember the fall or the ambulance. The first thing I remember is waking up in the hospital. The doctor told me they assumed it was a hit and run. He told me someone had found me unconscious on the side of the road and call nine one one but the first thing I thought was. What did I eat for breakfast? Had I passed out on my ride Later that day I went home to recover and at the end of the week I took a short walk down to the lake. I sat still on the grass and Doug my fingers into the earth I could have died. I still had a nagging fear that the accident was my fault. And even if it wasn't my body was in bad shape I haven't gotten my period in months. I had acid reflux from all the PUKING. I felt fragile. I decided I needed to get help. I mean an appointment with a therapist who specializes in eating disorders. But my sessions with her always felt flat. She was sort of vaguely. Talked to me about beauty standards. She asked me what kind of shows I watched. And what magazines they read at the end of one session. After a long stretch of silence. She cleared her throat. She told me I want you to consider that the problem is not your body. The problem is how you've been taught to see your body. I stayed silent until it was time to go home. I thought about what she said. On my way home I felt like there was something more complicated going on. It didn't think I wanted that. Idealized female body. But I couldn't articulate. The kind of body did want during the time I was in therapy did gradually start eating more but I think it has less to do with therapy and more to do with the guilt I still felt about the bike accident and the damage. It was doing to myself eight kind of as if it was a chore but the Underlying Discomfort. I felt in my body was only getting worse. Felt it when I got dressed. All my clothes felt wrong. It wasn't so much the close. It was my body in the clothes when I put on a button down a hated. The way attended over my chest. I bought a pack of Hanes white t shirts but those never fit quite right either figuring out. My sexuality had been not easy but more straightforward. When I came out as Queer in college it felt obvious I had a friend and then all of a sudden we were holding hands and falling asleep in each other's dorm room beds and finally kissing but my experience of gender wasn't tied to other people in the same way I was trying to figure it out on my own until I met up with my friend. Jamie for a drink. We hadn't seen each other in over a year and in that time they started to transition. Jamie were mostly plain white. T shirts like I did. But now there's fit them flat against their chests so that they didn't have to tug at it all the time sitting next to them. I felt like the awkward younger sibling. Trying to mirror them leaned over the bar elbows wide just like needed. I became aware of my voice and tried to lower it and oxidative to match theirs. Jimmy told me about their transition their voice cracked and they joked about how starting testosterone was making them go through puberty all over again. At all my pimples. They said I laughed. I didn't pimples but I did want the other thing. They had the ease they seem to carry themself with. Jamie was somewhere else in this gender universe and I realized maybe so was I. I walked on Jess and after feel a little bit confident when I walked in. My house means we're all in the living room. I stood in the middle and asked. Can you start using the then pronouns for me only in the House I want to see how it sounds and try it out? Everyone was like sure my housemate gave me a high five. Went down the hallway room and laid on my bed feeling my heart pound. I turn the new Pronoun over and over in my head. We'll be right back a few months after I started going by then pronouns. I decided to buy a binder. Putting it on was not easy. It's kind of like a sports bra and a straightjacket combined but when I looked in the mirror for the first time my chest was flat I turned to one side flat and then the other flat. I straightened my posture still flat. At this point I was the heaviest I'd been in a year. I loved how strong I felt my long bike rides but I still wish that the parts of my body that felt soft and out of place could disappear now with the binder on a realized that this was the thing I'd been going for. This was the body I couldn't picture back in the therapist's office
Chicago - Michael Jordan Turned Down $100 Million Deal For Two-Hour Appearance, Agent Says
"Michael Jackson Jackson Michael Jordan excuse me once had a chance to make one hundred million dollars for not much more than two hours of work and he turned it down for sure you think that's a true story yeah one hundred million who okay well tell me okay so his agent said they're not being very specific but he said this is according to his agent and it's a quote all he had to do was other than giving his name and likeness make one two hour appearance to announce the deal and he turned it down god bless him he's been so successful it gives him an opportunity to do whatever the hell he wants or not do things he doesn't want he's very very selective in the things he wants to be involved in yeah I mean unless it was some like tawdry it get them more role deal for a hundred million dollars even if you didn't keep that money you could have changed other people's lives yeah but then you could you could argue that a whole bunch of wishes worth two point one billion dollars I credit him okay we're not taking it okay so he doesn't need it oh goodness no he is he has his own brand I mean the deal that he has the jump man logo with Nike he owns the what was the NBA team the Charlotte bobcats were real I mean this dude is he is doing fine I I think that's awesome that he would just I also want to find out the percentage under million to two billion are you gonna get some rice throwing out your rice I was but you know he's so protective the reason he is so loaded one of the main reasons is because of how protective he is band of Michael Jordan the brand is still like this ESPN documentary that's on right now is the most that we have heard from Michael Jordan ever ever ever yes he you never did you interview so you never see more like him more Fallon or anything like that he just lays so low he didn't get into the commentating business like Barkley did in like Shaquille o'neal did he is always just taken this this different route and there's been this this sort of like smokescreen around him which makes the entry so much more I mean he's been out of the league for twenty years and his shoes are still the hot issues that sell each and every year everybody wants a new pair of Jordan so if that hundred million if he felt it went against the brand that he had carefully curated for all these years hi Tony has nice enough money where he could be like now pass and don't forget is Hanes commercials yeah is he in the commercial I haven't seen one recently but I always remember he wasn't you know not too long ago yeah he was on a plane we have the Charlie Chaplin mustache and he was telling people about his aching neck member who suck but yeah yeah T. shirts in his underwear talk about underpaying planes yeah generally frowned upon death have not seen that one
"hanes" Discussed on Cleared Hot
"There's a lot of animals schist not easy over there. I had my teeth kicked in for four days over before I got one. Yeah like there was no embark on I I I was literally talking to Barco. And do you think you can kill yourself with a bow? Can I hold it in? Draw Foot and put. Yeah Yeah No. And so like. I'd be like crawling. Bow On my back. Just the lightest breeze on my face. And I'd finally get behind Bush. Yeah and get up and get everything ready and then just feel oh yeah or off or you can do everything right. And they'll just dodge like matrix. Yeah I saw some. There was Barco had a photographer who he took A. I wasn't there. I don't WANNA I don't WanNa make it sound too short but I think it was a thirty year old shot K. But the photographer had it on super high frame rate. Yeah and you could see the frame it which the animal recognized that. The era was incoming and the next frame. The muscular like vascular. Harrity of. Yeah it looks like a different animal. Because every every single muscle fiber was engaged. A believe it and then the air who has just gone. Yeah I mean I think he was. I mean it had to been hundreds of frames. Maybe a second but it was rapid. Yeah but the shift between everything is fine to full. We're getting out of here. Right was one phrase immediate. Yeah it's you know. I left this year and I had killed a COUPLA box and then joe was still hunting with Dudley and he sent me a couple different clips. Where big big box? I mean they were nice in standing there perfectly broadside. Everything's good shoot and just like like ten yards away by Aerostat there. It is the site the arrows more than halfway because he has a light. Knock and you can see like. Here's here's buck standing there. Everything's looking good. And then in an era hits psych. I don't know how to describe it. I took a shot. They're pretty frustrating. And I hit the animal and its rack and it bounced around and it sounded like kicking a soccer ball down a hallway but I was like yeah. I don't like go hunting anyway. Yes that's what I say. There's a few hunts that there. I mean but stalking wise. Oh man it's great practice because he would blow one get pissed. Oh over there. Yeah there's another one. Yeah but it's like so. Yeah I mean you can talk about these different hunts like I said a high commuter how would be not a good first one That access can be a tough one even for new bow hunter because they're so dialed in but bear perfect. We like blackberry for bow hunting and they need to be killed up there. There's so many fricken bear tag in Montana two. I moved from California where I don't think there's much hunting going on. Especially where I lived in San Diego to a place where they have bear. They're they're like in Kelly. Gay Guys Aren't they. That's different type. Yeah those are indoor bears. You're not allowed to hunt bill hunt indoors. Yeah I moved to Montana. And it's like people fly from all over the world to hunt there and I'm like going to Alberta. Yeah Yeah you're playing out. I didn't use my old tag last year. Oh okay a it didn't have. I ran out of time but also looks at my freezer. I'm like I cannot ethically do right. It's jammed. It was jammed two bulls in there. I couldn't believe it. So you killed a bowl and Utah and Albert okay. We got so sick is a big bowl. Alberta wasn't it. I describe it as the biggest bowl that's ever been killed in Albert. Yeah I remember. It was like six seven no not at all. It had two little spikes coming up with all my might think in the other the year before killed a big one somewhere. The Big One. I oh that was it. That was on nine eleven in two thousand eighteen in the rain. That was nine eleven year before before now the one in Alberta was weird it had two shafts coming up like Little Cup Horns Oh really. We had been so sick for the days before that. Oh I was laying in bed and I felt like somebody had taken sewing needles and they were jabbing them to all of my joints. Yeah so that wasn't comfortable was not awesome and then at first I was the only one that was sick. So a super pissed and then we started to be paying like yes and everybody else started to get sick Here W in the hallways like I'm dying and I was dying. Laughing of God sounds fun and we had like three days left we had a full forty eight hour. Shutdown like there was just death impending the house and there's like hey we know we should go out and maybe just go. Sit at the side of the field. So I'm just laying. Just I don't even like my bose off somewhere else I'm like I don't even want to be out here. And we were out there hours earlier than we had seen them in my guide. I think we're both taking a nap. And he happened to pick his head up he's like catcher about shut up. I just sit up. And there's there elk out in the field and he started cal cone and drew on over so like well. Okay do this. Let's do that far. Was it it was in the sixties. Oh really hit him. Good Yes oh nice. Yeah and then chase him into the woods and yeah I mean we got out of. There wasn't huge. He was just kind of unique. Yeah like steak knife handle unique to hang just getting animals on the ground is the you know when you're first starting off you know. I went from an empty freezer to open. I got a mule deer my first meal deer and I was on my own. Yeah I remember that I actually had blown enough stocks the previous two years. They're feeding towards me and it had been raining. Amici rain gear off 'cause to louts all off the side of this little berm and use that and tried to guess where we're GonNa come across and there was three of them and I was watching them. Walk in they disappear it. I was like well here. We go and I drew back into an open hole and waited the next thing. You know the rack coming out. I WANNA go shot. The second one should have won because he was bigger. But I remember I remember when I let that go thinking Holy Shit that just happened. Yeah like I thought he was gonNA come through that spot. Yeah you did. Come through that SPA because I wanted to stop like sixty yards farther down. That's our instinct. We're talking about right. I was just so angry. I wanted to kill something. Yeah I've been there too. I think that might be part of it as well. Yeah you know. Nothin feels quite as good as success. You know you go out. And it doesn't does to people get wrapped up in the size of the animals. It's like man if you go out with a bow with the goal of getting an animal on the ground just feel good about it. It doesn't matter I mean there's really was tiny like there's no easy bow hunting thing. It's like well my kids like dad. Why didn't you why didn't you L. come like I'm I apologize? Not Hitting every time that I go out right. I don't know how to describe. I mean you can talk about the difficulty in the thing you have to do but I don't know and then sometimes they just change their mind they just go the other direction. Yeah I mean I don't know so many things have happened so many crazy things can happen. That keep them alive. I mean they're out there. An old bowls been around. Say Ten years. How many different. And they they just like we talk about hunting instinct instinct as well. That's like this doesn't feel right. I'M A in noticed there out of there so I mean they've they've run. They've been through it. How do you think they are like one to four relatively kinda rookie status? They're not really sure what's going on. I haven't been I mean especially one a spike is going to be what's going on over there. Yeah Right. Yeah but yeah a few years one two three. Yeah those are the smaller like the rag. Hornbills they'll make mistakes. Yeah once Bulls get older. Then you better hope it's the Rut you know. They don't have tolerance for much. Do they know now. Not those whole bowls those old unless its breeding you know. Yeah and then they have no brain. And then that's one reason why the desert so good is because that competition keeps them aggressive. You know because they know the cows are only going to be heat in once. They get bread. Then it's over so the competition so if you do a cow call like get. I always liked doing like a whiny CALC. Also it's more of a drawn out. It's like a cow and heat that those bulls would be like. Oh there's a cowan heat on it and they just start moving when they first hear that usually. Yeah Yeah I mean it. It takes the bull has to be in the right from a mind. Also you know so. There's a lot for them to come charging into call. There's a lot of different things that have to happen. But them thinking a cows and heat in by either. When you're bugling and cal calling then a bull could think that. Oh that bull has account heap pinned down or if you cow call like a cow and he then there comes so either. One of those would work. Yeah and they're herd animals so they like excitement so you can. You can make a bowl. That's not wound up. You can wind them up. Give them all hot and bothered and they'll stay in the distance and then like they'll call you cut him off like you start bugling while they're bugling in there like what the fuck is at and that pretty soon they'll get mad and then they'll come over but yes so there's all sorts of different things but it's fun. What your your first elk eighty nine did you get one. Yeah I got there there little spike down there on the ground stop it. Yeah it's awesome. I bowl eighty nine. Had you hunted? You hadn't hunted before that at all. I'd rifle hunted deer for three years. What got you into it Roy My buddy. Yeah Yeah So. He went to high school together I started rifle hunting when I was fifteen so I killed a spike buckling fifteen sixteen seventeen than started boll hunting. I think eighteen is what I was. I'm trying to think of his eighteen. Or maybe nineteen but anyway I rifle hundred for deer. I never elk hunting for elk and then that was my first. L. Tag was at for that. Why did you switch over from rifled? Bow Roy. Just said it was awesome. There's more animals less people it's earlier in the season. We we can hunt longer. I mean 'cause season just wasn't that long bow season all of a sudden. Now you can hunt for thirty days of all of September and so we just wanted more so he he got a Bo. Hee Hee bow hunted the year before I did and then he told me I should do it. He was year older than me in high school and in that he graduated high school. And I got out and then that's where we did. Did you have to wear orange now? Not to bow hunt. It's my favorite part about hunting not wearing Oriental Oregon. You don't have to Orange Anyway. That's not safe even for rifle. It's not safe. There's a reason why they make people wear that's right. There's a story behind every orange vest. Yeah I know yeah but yeah we Yeah so we just had a shitty gear. She Bose will be using for your resource of knowledge just like local gouge talking to people who've been halting longer. Yeah there's no no Internet. I didn't know I knew one person or two people who had killed a bowl with a bow in the world. I mean that's that's all I knew to. Yeah and they lived in the little town. I lived in this more coal. It's tiny little logging town outside of Springfield here and So I would go over to their to their house and I shoot all the time. They had like these rock cliffs right by their house. So We'd put targets up and we'd go shoot up there and shoot down and they had killed actually The son had killed the world record..
"hanes" Discussed on Cleared Hot
"It's got all the products that I just mentioned in them. Crossed the top Tab supplements attrition Fitness Apparel Salem more than content. Go to town but make sure that the money that you're spending is actually worth it. Make sure the juice is worth the squeeze. So get everything dialed in before you go to the rabbit hole and that's it on the business out of the House for the episode episode. One Sixteen is with Cameron. Hanes an individual that I I actually no? I look all the way back. The first time I ever really heard about Bo hunting was a conversation that he was having with. Joe Joe's podcast and then we happen to all be in Vegas at the same time and I got the chance to meet CAM and We stayed in touch ever since run into a few of the archery trade show America. Don't get mad at me. I think I said that wrong. Whatever the stands for our trade show of Awesomeness as what I think it is and you know. He's a world-class Bill Hunter. In addition to that the way that he trains to bow go hunt will make the most dedicated and committed individuals. Look Lazy. There's a stretch of time. We know we'll just do a marathon a day for a month in a row or probably two months so he's probably running a marathon right now. The total distance that I've run in the year of twenty twenty seven yards and I'm trying to keep it under ten yards for the entire year. Because I hate running. But Cam doesn't the guy runs his ass off. He trains his US off. He hunts his ass off. He's got a full time job and I'm just GonNa shut up now and get into episode one sixteen with campaigns enjoy. Okay go north west of the smoke. I'm working against your clothes. Smell I'm ready. Where should we begin? It's been a long time coming at the beginning. I guess at the beginning all right so you were having waffles at the Venetian. That was the beginning of when I met you. It was shot show was that was it. It was joe me you I was. I was your breakfast. I came briefly to breakfast. You carving up I believe for the keep hammering five ks. That's what it was. Joe Was Carbon Up. Yeah Yeah I think he had run seven yards that he said that was the furthest thing never run. I mean three miles. Yeah Yeah I remember. I was at shot show for some sponsor obligations and the tactical world and. He made a post that he was there at you and I was like Joe. I have to make him. Yeah I had heard. I had a bow at that point okay. I was hunting in my backyard about seventeen and a half yards ahead put. I had put arrows through the fence. Yeah more than once happens you embarrassing that it happened at that distance? The neighbors were not pleased. But I remember when I first heard about hunting it was you were sitting there talking with Joe And I actually hit him up. I was like hey man. You sounded more excited talking about that. Then you had in a long time like what's the deal. Yeah yeah I used some slightly more colorful language that perhaps a leave off involving dudes and tree stands and stuff like that like no. I you know I. I can't imagine you know why one hundred my whole life. So it's it's hard for me to imagine without it but even you know you're kind in new into it also and then Joe Joe was talking about this. I think at the last fights and it's like I don't know what people who don't aren't obsessed with hunting. I don't know what exactly they do remain. I mean that's why I train. That's what is what is your pin in the ground every day without that. I'm like I. I don't I don't even know why I'd if I'd be in shape what I do. What my purpose like. I duNNo. It's so I asked him. I mean I mentioned to him. I said Hey it must feel amazing to know your hunt. This is what you do now. You're hunter this is how you provide how you put meat on the table. Because you're you're you're I mean it feels doesn't feel right. I think I said something like that. It feels right phase. I'm Kinda like at the what just happened. Goes fast getting. Yeah Oh that was one of the first things that I noticed was the velocity of things that need to occur right correctly. Yeah in sequence of man. There's so many variables and the and one of them goes wrong. And it's the very first time I drew back on an animal woes with W we're in Alberta my I bow hunting trip I had visited him at his house across. The Games. Were out in Madison so I drove down okay. He linked me joke with. W as well to one of his releases in I was. GonNa ask just about at chewing up de loop. Oh I see and it says like Oh just come over. I'm like all right. You're the nicest human being rolled. Yeah so totally dials my bow in a guy. Yeah we should go hunting. That sounds awesome me. Like what are you doing in two weeks? I was like Yeah perhaps yeah going hunting and we were walking around and Didn't see any elk but we had some encounters with well with the first encounter ever had with an animal was with a black bear area. Remember that and I couldn't see them because Dudley's three feet taller than me right. And he's watching them like frolic and they take off and and he just looks back and he goes drawback job and. I didn't see what was happening right so generally do what I'm told. Yeah I drew back and then just down. The road comes as bear walking straight at us. Oh man and it was like was it. Agriculture type land or what? It was a mix. It was not a lot of rise and fall buzz. He was Albert. He said Yeah. Big fields in a little bit of training. You could dive down into the I. Guess the River Creek beds and stuff like that and we were making our way towards that just been eating a bunch of barrier. I think I'll just playfully wrestling in the grass. Frolicking as you said. Yeah and so it came to you to pretty close right. Yeah close I mean. I didn't have any look back. I'm like range nothing I called. It usually means just close. It was close enough that the twenty was gonna work just fine regardless of where it was let go and then Yeah the blood trail on that. I thought we were GONNA find it or out every single corner. Yeah and it had climbed a tree and there was it looked like Predator. It was it was insane. The recovery of that was a little bit a little bit wild but really so many things happened so quickly. I still get caught in that. Even we were Utah this year. Yeah trying to because I shoot the same site that you do actually hear pros and cons about this all the time people i. I like the clean to pin and I have in my head. I know the gaps. The timing arrange where a hold Jairo hold. Oh Yeah because I preferred the clear scope Because if you gave me five pounds I guarantee right. Use The wrong one. Yeah so you like the single post Singapore's yet with the two fiber optic. If you give me five I'll use the wrong one. I promise I used to. Actually I had a site with seven and then I would print off little labels and put I think put on thirty fifty seventy like a little tiny so you could see 'cause you start turning to find your forty and fifty in the middle of seven pins in your accountant. Hamid so have so. I understand what you mean. Yeah it is confusing. It isn't that then. You have to range. But they can't see you when you range right and then you have to make the adjustment. Dial and you gotta get ready. There's a lot going on. There's a lot going on it's That's what amazes me the most. I think that I'm the most impressed about watching you. Guys Hunt is the knowledge that you have to get yourself into a position for success enough interaction where the animal is probably going to come here and he's probably going to do this and when the animal is doing this. You're safe drawback. Yeah that's the deal. I was just takes reps years. It's just experience you know that's what people were asking. I was in Salt Lake this weekend. At the hunt. Expo had this Q. and A. and people are saying you know what for a new bow hunter? What's the best or with some advice to me? It's just time in the woods. It's time in the mountains because it's learning what you can get away with what you can't what the animal's body language is telling you Staying in the moment. Not You know your heart rate not going crazy making good decisions. And it's just developing what I call hunters hundred instinct and it's just I don't know how to explain it. It'd be hard to write down. It'd be hard to to to show somebody what to do but just knowing inside what to do. Yeah and what what is that? What feels correct. Yeah I don't know what that is but the only way to get it is time and you could develop that instinct. I think that's correct term for it. Yeah Yeah Yeah you develop that by waiting till they look directly at you and then back. Yeah it's you know it's so so much is happening that moment. What they a lot of people call you know quote unquote crunch time. Yeah it's like yeah I remember in and I mentioned this too is my when I first started as a new bow hunter. Many years ago I I'd pull back as before range finder so you just have to look eyeball in judge and I'd pull back and shoot and I would not know what pin us. How do we know anything? And I'm like I would know where my Arrow went. It was just like I entered some vortex. Where have no idea what happens? Space Time Continuum. Yeah it was it was. It's just like if I killed. I mean I've always killed but when I did kill it was just like Holy Shit. I just happened. It worked you know and so now it's that it's other way where I just know it's going to work but yet there's that so in between those two points there's a lot of journey. I feel like I can do okay in crunch time where I get I get pinned in the corner. I should have done something. Yeah and then I'm just like I can't move. Yeah I really WANNA move. Yeah so then I do because I want to and in the last thing I see is a but yeah running off and then I get very upset with myself the crunch time. I'm okay with I'm like all right. We'll be okay like if I can get everything set up but yeah they just knowing actually the the one of the Times I felt the most comparable was the bull that I finally got in Utah. I did feel pin. 'cause it was walking towards me and I had absolutely no idea what to do with it. Kept I was actually going to jab it in the face right Walker copy. Yeah was the conclusion that I had. Is that my best chance it'd be it'd Probably Jab it and then dive in the Bush and Hoping Kilby cameraman. Yeah there you go which I'm fine with. That is fine. It's a plan but I knew that he would see me draw But I knew that the guides would call. Yeah I knew he stop. Yeah so when he did that I took my time and drew back and I had to find like you know I would look like. Oh my God. This is the dirtiest shot ever. Yeah trying to find a window. The trees let it settle pulled through it and I was like okay. Yeah it was good. Yeah most of the time. It doesn't go like that for me but in that particular one I had had enough. I know these guys are GonNa try to stop him. Yeah and I know if he stops. I'm going to get a shot. I'll probably five seconds right which should be enough. Yeah and then I felt awesome. Yeah and he went over the hill and He was He was like you describe it basically bleeding out of his nose and he's breathing and I didn't. I had never heard that and just got drowning. Yeah Eileen if the Guy I'm like is that good or bad. He was like yeah that he was drowning in his own blood. Essentially so fast. We all four legs backwards head downhill like. He was taking a step in just August. Yeah yeah the beautiful yellow glow went over the top just where we saw that hide gold. Golden Hide Yeah. There's nothing nothing quite like elk hunting. Just that bowl was bugling. In right was coming in bugling. He came in Bugle at the top of the hill right at the treeline and then as he was walking as he was doing that crazy. Yeah Yeah how they know how big Iraq is beyond me. Yeah to get through stuff. He was Bulan right before he stopped. He came to about three yards. Yeah that was an remember you sent me that. All that was awesome but that yeah what I was getting at is coming in like that and call and bugling and coming into your lap. It's like you you know the for a the first time Joe experienced that we had two bulls come in. We're in Colorado actually on his first bow hunt and two bowls..
Clothing Hacks for Kids
"The first theme that things seem to fall into were kids clothing. A lot of people had some great ideas in this room. So many of you like to buy all the same color socks for your kids. I feel like I haven't done this because I kind of like buying random looking socks but I get I get what you're saying. 'cause sorting them is kind of annoying will but then each kid would have their own color. Is that what you're saying? Well that would be an idea to but I think the everyone has the same color. It's hard to. How do you sort by size if I'm wondering this probably would work like? Have you had a foreign six-year-old could wear the same by this name? Song cares right. That would be amazing. But you're right. I love that variation if you have five children for example they have different sizes. It could get their signature sock color. You only match that and then you know where it goes or even if it's if it's white with like a some of the Hanes for instance I've noticed. The lettering is in different colors for a long time as Jasper only had the hanes with the blue lettering and SAM had the hands with the green lettering. If you're having to look closely enough to look for the letters I feel like almost defeats the purpose and you might as well have to prepare. Obviously you can also have your children. Your older children start their own socks like this. That's my hack not. That's actually a great hack. So there you go. I actually started kicks this whole thing off. Maybe that's why there's a lot of kids with the fact that might think for genevieve in particular is like all by two pairs of shoes at once and I'll skip the half size like who need tasks is is right. But I'll I'll buy like a size seven and a size eight Sandal because this is Florida and like she's GonNa need sandals year round so it's not like I'm GONNA risk that she won't be the right size especially if I find like a decent couponer sale at zepos It just is just like such a nice comfort feeling like if she's growing him to be like Ooh we already have the next one because Peter only gonNA growth in inevitability until a certain point but we haven't gotten there yet now they can go on for a long time. I'm curious about finding the shoe sales as just that when you when she needs new shoes. You're looking to see what's on sale or Alex. Your shoes recently and I actually. I like that bose because they will deliver in one day so we had a cold snap and our nannies like I lost one of her sneakers so we need shoes. I'm like wells. Apples will deliver by tomorrow so we can beat. The cold snap actually aren't policy so and this is not a sponsor but anyway so but sometimes they have good sales in. Or if you just know the like they're gonna you're GonNa need it like you might as well just by two at once Or I've got twenty percent off coupons that will apply to the whole order so there you go by three by size six seven and eight or whenever I listen work. Obviously your kids are going to change their mind about or if or if it's seasonal. I mean that's the problem if you live in a place with four distinct seasons like you don't know for sure if they're gonNA be wearing the size thirteen in summer or in the next winter so but but there's some shoes that they might wear year round like dresses for instance. I like this next one that we got from a listener says for items that don't get a lot of where like snow pants by. Unisex colors so they can be handed down or make sure your son's okay with the purple. I mean that's the other. The other option there are most most was my side note. Only snow is such a rarity that I don't think Cameron Would actually be be distracted by the fact that we were like in
10 years on, Michle Montas recalls the day no Haitian can forget
"In the days following the earthquake ten years ago that killed around two hundred twenty thousand Haitians. The sounds of praying shouting. Not yelling filled the streets and a sense that this was the end of the world. Well that's one of the powerful memories from survivor. Michele Montas that former UN spokesperson who just returned turned home to live in her native country when disaster struck within hours she was working with the UN peacekeeping mission Nusa helping coordinate a huge international aid effort it the UN having lost one hundred and two of its own staff on that fateful day to mark the tenth anniversary this week she spoke to News Christina Silvio one aftershock after the other the initial one was in my house and lived with I saw the walls being just cracking. We all went out to nobody. Stayed in the houses of Forego `about to three nights. I spent a fulling three nights with a group of a school children in a Catholic nuns who across the street from me and nobody will go inside buildings and dissents that listening to people praying shouting yelling with the sense that this was the end of the world and that will not can that really marked me and we'll stay with me rest of my life. We realized how many people impacted only the following shoe days. The following is that's when I was called to join minister so I was retired from the UN. So I thought and I I was glad to join minister because dealer the only one we're capable of actually playing the coordinating role to help the aid. That was pouring into Haiti. While all the infrastructure was down including the airport. How really was able to a channel that eight and distribute that it? Can you talk a bit about what it was like that first response and the rescue and the emergency response what was it like. During those first days is to get it off the ground there was at the heart of it as well as you just said. Yes yes it was. It was about digging people out of of rubbles also which way which was not easy to Haitian government was all the administrative buildings had been destroyed. There was no national palace. Government was just is functioning inside a police station and the His government could not react had no means to react and the UN was there to actually get that aid even to the where troops coming from the US from Canada from different country are just arriving but it the first responders where people from the UN troops from the UN who actually were helping to dig people out of the rubble. We're we're helping also to evacuate people had been wounded and helping the medical teams coming into Haiti to set up emergency clinics in the street. That's where people were had to be amputated where had to be then transported to hospitals. They were not hospitals was that were really makeshift ones because the real hospitals had collapsed fifty centers in hospitals collapse. That day and there was no way that he's an infrastructure. Could take those people and do you. Employ extraordinary role in evacuating. Some people. Were actually as soon as it was possible. Possible to fly them out to fly them to different places where it could be taken care of the wounded even though the UN had also itself itself been hit quite hard yes the UN was was still trying to get people out of the rubble over the Christopher hotel we lost the UN lost one hundred and two people pulled that day and the people who were from the civilian mission. We've been working in that hotel in new almost vicky few people actually managed to get Out Alive. How long did that emergency response last in terms of the organization until it became less of an emergency response and more into to rebuilding? It took a while to it took a while because even rebuilding was done on a temporary basis. I we had a tense. For the people we thought lodging then we had a temporary lodging that were built we had camps that had to be installed with water supply and it took civil civil civil months while I would say up to six months before actually you know people could be taken care of six months in which they are to be taken care of the camps to be set up the food had to be distributed. Water was a great problem. The distribution of water and Dominica. Help all these where everything was urgent. Everything meanwhile the aid was being flown in could not cog was clogged into the airport report and to get that out to people who needed it took weeks and weeks. They were number of NGOs there and I have to say a lot of them came. Would you know wanting to help but not always knowing how to help. And that's a good thing that the UN was was there with the infrastructure. The agents for UNICEF was there all the agencies of the United Nations were there within the civilian mission. They were not at that building collapsed but they were able to react pretty fast into of a helping with the water with food and with the emergency response wants. What was it like for you to go through such a catastrophe and and live through it? What does that brought you? Well I think it marked my life and is very difficult to forget it. I don't think I will ever forget it. I don't think any Haitian can forget it. Every time they reverse we like the tenth anniversary three there was a fifth anniversary was marked. People can tell you exactly where the where when he happened. They can tell you exactly what we're doing they can tell you who the lost and in what circumstances they can tell you about you know waiting for hours for your loved one to be taken out of rebels they can tell you with great precision season and I can tell you we quit precision When I got friends out when I had to go tools when I saw buddies bodies being dumped in trucks and being taken to make shift a grave? We're we're dumping buddy because They cannot could not keep track because as the bodies were coming out they had to be taken. Some weird could not stay in in rot. And these you never forget this sniffer. Is there something about human character trait. That you've learned from that experience celebrity solidarity with it was destroyed idea from Haitians. Sion's was amazing as you had people with the bear Hanes d I d trying to get people out from under the rubble. solidiarity of people from slums rushing to help a people at the university that had collapsed students. Who are better off the way international diety I think the number of people who are in the US in Canada in France or over the world who contributed as much as they could for people for the first food aid for wooder for things that were immediately needed and also the solidity of countries remember one Medical team that from Israel Immediately to in started operating in a tent in the street and Taking care of people that need needed to be amputated because they were going to be effected. It had been taken out of the rubble but they had been there seven days. Four days or more do you think today. Haiti and Haitians are better. Prepared appeared to face catastrophe of that magnitude. It's difficult to see There were some things done. Do we have shown under protection civil. which is the organism in charge of the prevention of disasters that has been very efficient? had been efficient before four. Are doing different hurricanes hurricanes and we're really enforced by support from you in deep For instance and the are better able to D- to to predict for instance hurricanes and better able to respond to hurricanes and have been better able to within the last ten in years to respond to hurricanes. But you know would it be able to face a new earthquake. I'm the true reason being that. Essentially people try to rebuild. Once the international aid stopped people started rebuilding their homes. Do we the way they could With makeshift material. Some of it with a rebel from the earthquake in two thousand unintended in those affordable and will probably collapse in case there is another earthquake. Heat is better a way that it can happen and you have hasten especially saying the the out we have another possibility of another the earthquake coming to the north of the country and people are aware. And that's that's part of part of winning the battle of making making people aware of knowing what to do in case it happens of course in something as catastrophic as The two thousand ten earthquake. We'll meet a population with even more than their abilities. People report today in Haiti then the way when the earthquake happened in two thousand and ten
Stop Missing Your Life; Discover Mindfulness With Cory Muscara
"Hey Corey are you in mindfulness infamous mode. I it's great to be here birth. You're putting me in my fullness mode and. I don't think it takes me to put you in mindfulness mode. But it's it's a it's a great honor to have you here on the show Corey so let's get started with. What does mindfulness being to an expert like you? Yeah a good question. It's an interesting one these days with mindfulness growing in the way that it has because historically mindfulness this was just one piece of a larger philosophical framework within different contemporary traditions and particularly spoke to a certain quality have discerning awareness that we could bring to our experience. But now the way it's used it's more referring to like a way of living a way of life so I'll give you both perspectives when it comes to like that basic awareness. The way I like to describe it as the practice of being with our experience rather than in our experience in a way that spacious curious and heartfelt compared to some of the the traditional definitions of mindfulness. You'll notice some distinctions there. The first is that I don't use the word non judgement which is the common in almost any definition of mindfulness. The reason being is I like to replace replace it with curiosity. And it's not because I don't think non judgement is important in mindfulness. I just think curiosity actually accomplishes the same thing. When we embody a moment of curiosity it's already imbued with non judgment? Curiosity just has the intention to understand an experience to get get to know it better and why like curiosity over non judgement is that it's a little more active. It's pulling us into the experience and and that was a big piece of mind training in Asia Woodside UPN data. He was very much about having US investigate the nature nature of experience whether it was the breath of thought emotion. Hanes sensation was very active and he was Although we didn't use the word curiosity too much which the word investigate was used a lot and curiosity from a pulses in to investigate the experience at the same time accomplishing that non-judgmental it's a quality and I think in general when we hear non judgement it even though people like John. Capitan don't mean it. This way it does often set up a precedent or communicate something to a new practitioner that they shouldn't have any judgments at all. And that's not the case we get to bring an interest a curiosity to the judgmental. Mind the way Corey I want to dig into this a little bit more when you say about non judgement. Of course we all hear that all the time you know. You shouldn't be judgmental but it. It seems like a natural human trait that we judge ourselves. We judge others. So you're saying are you that as soon as we notice this ourselves judging something or someone we should immediately look at it as being curious. Is that kind of where we're going with this. Yeah and and end for anyone listening right now you could try just taking that perspective on like imagine your mind getting caught up in judgment of like. I don't really like that person or or like right. Or why did I say that thing that person before like I'm such an idiot right. If we take the approach of bike being non-judgmental can create an antagonised relationship to ourselves selves. Like okay. Stop doing that. You're supposed to be mindful. You're supposed to be a good meditators right versus like. Oh that's interesting. What's that about like? Where's that thought coming from? What is it creating in my body so the curiosity it's already bringing non judgement to the experience and it's a little lighter and playful it is playful and it kind of is like? Oh it's okay to be curious right it's okay to be curious and asked that question whereas when someone says you should be non judgmental. It's almost like I just have have to replace it with nothing. I just have to stop doing that and if I stop doing that. There's a void. They're totally well. Put Great Summary of it. Yeah if we were to focus on anything when it comes to the essence of mindfulness if people could just develop more curiosity toward all aspects of their experience that that would take you so deep into the practice if not become the practice itself right because mindfulness should be playful. Shouldn't yeah yeah in the more we can make it playful and fun the banner it is and the easier it is to adopted into our life right. Yes that's my whole thing just trying to reduce the perceived accessibility of it right. Yeah more fun an enjoyable and playful. It could be the better and I don't think it takes away from any of the integrity of the practice. Yes if I agree with you and speaking of life. I love how you've entitled Your New Book. Stop Missing Your Life. So many of us are missing Our life but you tell us. How are we missing our life? And how can we stop missing our life. Yeah well let me. I come at that from a very humble perspective active. Like I'm still exploring this for myself. You know. I think we all have ideas of how we might be missing. Our lives could be that. Where quite literally on autopilot going through our moments rushing day that we're actually not there or we could be so caught up in ideas for the future that our heads are down on missing everything in between or we could be racked with stress anxiety or fear related to trauma that we just live our lives in this constant fear based state? So everyone's going to have their own journey with it. I think in general what we're seeing in our culture right now is many people moving through moments very quickly with their heads down on automatic on autopilot because technology has conditioned very like quick kind of attention to jump to the next thing but in addition to that. That's the usual one when we think of mindfulness. That's usually what we think of like okay. Everyone's not being mindful. Their heads are down there on their phones. But there's another dimension to missing. Our lives is that I think gets overlooked. And it's often that where we have so many walls of guarding that prevent us from connecting to people in the way that we want to connecting into ourselves. In the way that we want to and being able to experience a sense of fullness and wholeness and so the book it's titled Stop Messing Your Life How how to be deeply present in an unpleasant world. I'm really interested in presents itself and the many layers that get developed as we we make space for for more of ourselves in the world more of the richness that we can experience and that's a skill that something that can get developed over time and mindfulness is is a big piece of that and and so the book kind of explorers. What are the layers of presence? And how do we move to that on a deep level
Jane's Hoya Tour
"I'll have gathered the Hoyas from all around my house and brought the here to take a look at the mall and to give you a guided tour just because most of them are up quite high to look at and talk about the same time so here we are with the hoyas choice and I have. I thought I had thirteen but I think actually two four six eight ten twelve. I actually think less forgotten one which is entirely possible that I have a dozen of these things. Let's Talk I the one that I've had the longest and that is my variegated Julia Canosa which well let's be fair. It's a shadow of its former self. If you listen to the Hoyer episode with Doc Chamberlain you will remember my Hoya. Canosa suffered a terrible fate. which was that a load? Some white completely white leaves to grow. There was a stem. The head completely white leaves on nothing else rather than judiciously. Cutting those off. I decided to leave them to grow. And it suddenly said the plot into a tailspin and I just about about one. She save a single cutting which I then replanted a poll. And this is what I've got now east. Not Dating Site Body's already flowered award and the single cutting has branched into two different stem cells looking reasonably good. Let's just describe this heuer. It's probably the most common hoyer that you see out there. What most people would call the wax clouds or wax flower? Eight Scott the standard luther. Relief that you'll be familiar with in the royal family. I don't exactly what variegation this Kovar is actually cooled by but it's the one with cream edges basically creamy white edges and a kind of a slight silvery splash in the center. The leaves are I would say fairly standard thickness. And they're tiny bit thought furry and it's a very attractive plant and I'm glad to say score really really well if I see any of those white leaves though the first thing I'm GonNa do is get rid of them because as I said before it was bad knees when this happened so this is doing pretty well now now. I think what I'm probably going to do with. This plant is taking cutting come spring because I would like it to push out a bit more have a bit more growth going on the part east during the classic thing. People worry about this but it really is totally normal for Hoyas and in fact many posit scramble and climb about which is putting hanging out completely bare stems with no leaves on them. I and you start to panic and think whereby leaves but what the parts doing really. Well I think it's what he's doing i. I think I've read this somewhere. But pops botanist can confirm this for me. They put out feelers to see whether it's a good place for them to grow and then once bats confirmed that they're happy that little extra ground they've colonized then they start putting up leave so they don't really waste any energy before expanding into new areas. What you'll also notice along the stem of the Hoyer this particular where on many others bumpy bits? which again can be a bit alarming? You might I think you've got scale but he's actually just adventitious roots which Tabu popout and then really sought to grow if they come across anything. That's route that's they can route into so this one's hanging so there's nothing to reach into. Those adventitious roots tend to say quite small. But they're not a problem just just waiting for the opportunity to route into something. So that's my hair. Canossa the flowers on this sort of Shell pink furry the thing that got me into Hoyas in the first place because just are so unusual gorgeous and they fly quite easily as I've already said so. Yep The flowers are great is the the foliage is great. It's a really lovely plant and if you have only one then on also is a good choice. It's easy to get hold of two which is not true of all who the WHO is. We're GONNA talk about today okay from the sublime to the ridiculous we're gonNA look at Hoya. Linear ours now. Now if you remember this specimen of mine mine came from James Wall as cutting when I visited his place. And it's done really well I'm going to take a lot of cuttings off this plot and yet it's still quite big and lush now. Relatively speaking given how long have had it. It is very very dry right now. I think I need to give this good water because it's starting to get that kind of very dull. Look that plants get when they are in need of some drinking and it's also quite like to pick up so I know that it is I plant and and this will be reported in the spring because I can see lots of routes coming through the bottom of the pulse. What I love about hoyle any are as well as suggests? The leaves are really unusual there about four centimeters long couple of inches long. I'd say and they look like run a beans or you don't call them Wanna beans in the. US been like a what you call runner beans in the US. I've forgotten green beans that look at me like green beans jeans and they're they're actually rolled in on themselves and you get a little grooved on the center and there were other softly. Furry they come out outs either side of the note and you get these long strings hanging down and they really do look very different from any other horror that you'll come across I guess stat. That adaptation is so that they can preserve water and this horrid doesn't like to be kept on the dry side we'll find with the stems on this one is that it does produce juice leave straight away unlike the con- Osa but it tends to grow stems until they get heavy enough to start trailing down so you end up with this effect. We've got kind of arms reaching up and then gradually they will drop down as the plant matures and they get long enough that they start to hang the flowers on this one. They tend to flower for me any way towards the end of the summer during autumn time and the flowers on this lovely scent which is comes into its own about seven o'clock in the evening this smell Eleni buttery mini smell really delicious and the flowers a really horrible. They are pure white and they tend to be visible among the clusters of leaves again. This is reason to have this plot hanging because it does look really great when viewed from below. I'm now this one in places like India and Nepal and it's not the easiest of course. I've never had any problems with it. But if you have a feeling that you and the person who gives the plant too much water you made strong with this one so just take care of the water inside and make sure it's really well drained but yeah. This is one of my absolute absolute favorites and would be without that particular one more talk about and that is where Matilda now. This is actually a hybrid. It's across between Serb hanes and we're con Osa and this one came to cutting. I can't remember who gave this to me. I think it was us on a UK. HOUSEPLANTS facebook group. But again if you are going to grow start off with and he wants in court easy to get going with I think Matilda Sabrina good choice. This plot has small roundish oval leaves with silver splashing on them. I mean it's hard degeneracy toys because the league shake dust change. I find that sometimes the leaf leaves can be quite elongated and then the ones quite oval and that changes us the leaf as a stem matures. This will hasn't flowered yet but I just love the look of it. It's it's actually desperately in need this. One of being trained around the hoops of I can really enjoy the foliage up close. The flight was on this. One looks very much like Canosa except the flowers are white and fuzzy rather than Pale pink and fuzzy according to winstrom unstained this flows early and often so on still waiting by flowers gonNA hoping that they will come fairly soon but even if it never flowered I think I would still be in love with this planet. Really really beautiful. I- propagated cutting of this using the hottest tub technique. Thanks to Sully Williams or for highlighting that brilliant technique for me. And it won't really well for this plant. The only thing is you end up with roots coming from every node. So what I would do. What is rooted is late on some compost and allow it to route? But it's really easy. Plant ICAGO wrong with this and apparently the scent is quite like Hokkaido. Sir I have never got any sense to all of my work so that's not very informative but I'm not worried about the scent. I think it is beautiful flowers. And that's quite enough for
The Traders Journey: Your Team
"Today we're going to go into a gain. The journey of the trade the tribes mixed up with some reason and I wanted to discuss with you. Speak to you about tame now. The reason I speak about team today is because like the last couple of days I've been hard at work in the studio with some great people he might same. We've we've been altogether. We flew. Look the apprentice up and one of the wonderful community members Bras come out with his cameras and we shot some stuff against the grain screens. Green some some new stuff that we've not done before I really exciting progression really enjoying the steps that we take and super proud of what we're doing at the moment. I Count Whiteness. The end result the bullet comics or use it but some it just made me think how great the people I have around me and I thought to myself about all the teams missile. I've worked within and brought me back to trading as well because you can be in a tame where it's toxic where you for example at work you going to work and you might not want Debate work you. You might have talks ick management or just bad people around you that are always bringing you down dragging the energy out of you and there's just so important and to have the right people to work with that are gonNA bring the best out in you now. Of course I'm talking about my team that runs these business that helps all the people that we need to in November in our communities. And all that sort of stuff. I've got a great team. We've pan picked him. They've grind a lot and we've thrown an awful lot at them these we've had so much guy on and we've grown a great dealing. I'm so proud of what we've achieved but got me to thinking about my trading tank. Because I had different trading team to what I do now for example when I was in London and I was more or less bomb itself most of those years and that was the whole reason for creating the community in slack. Gripe is because I I just really believe that if I had other people trading the same strategies as what I was that I would learn more and I learned a lot faster and I had to have different. Mantles people that Had already had success or were year or two ahead of me or just picked it up. Quick I mean he doesn't have to be time doesn't necessarily make you a better try to It generally does if you take the right steps but some people pick it up quicker than others. And that's just the fact of life in everything really but what I was thinking was who's in my team now and for me. My team really evolves around my community I I don't try it any longer. With any of the guardsmen. There still there in sky. The old school Will you slack and facebook and whatnot. L. Discord no the different telegrams and whatnot but for me. My community is my trading reading buddies. It's my it's my tame and it's such a good thing that they're hoping people in there and they're all looking for the same things I'm looking for now sometimes was all white in and also looking at. Maybe you WanNa reconsider this or more often than not if somebody says what do you think of this. I'll say first of all what do you think of this hanes. You decision based on May I want you to make a decision and then all of us anything to reconsider and an inch navy member within the community also helps to keep each other honest I suppose then then there's the mentor people sending their screen shots all all go through all that. Try and I'll do mentoring award in three two. They tried to get to watch that. It's facebook which is great and that's what like give back to their communities. Well there's also other people that are in my tame I'm a trading team and it's kind of well I wanNA talk about trading. I talk about having to be at one with self centered feeling good. I always talk about you know if I'm not feeling great. I want trading because I do have chronic fatigue syndrome. It does mean they're up. Here is Tom. I just went tried tried because I'm just not feeling good enough. So the other areas the other people that are remind same external to the market so today for example I will be going and seeing a therapist who are saying for the last eighteen months and essentially she takes all the an arts and much of it strange but she takes a lot out of the stress Outta me. A lot of the energy the pent-up frustrations and whatnot. That you just carry day today and you don't really realize it and as a business owner and as a trader that both pretty intense things things take on an and you don't realize how much actually carrying until you release that so it's a really important member of my team that I haven't seen the two months and I realized because after all the content we've been doing and recording standing in presenting for the last two days I was like man Phil Phil One. I'm very happy that it's done because today on just short on really retired so not to the point of our feelings secret and to the point where I'm feeling like you know what I'm GonNa take some advice. I've gotta get back into saying that member of my team. So that's what I'm GONNA do. I'M GONNA go out and I'M GONNA see my Bowen Therapists this evening afternoon. I'm trying to get myself back into that release. Let all the negative energy out that I feel am carrying and sometimes the simplest noticing that by lying in bed trying to relax and you find yourself clinching. You Joe's clench together your tongues pushing the toffee math or you or what is it that higher level and that's really you carry too much on born. I won't bring out the best in you coming back to the team thing. I'm going to be seeing my bowen therapists not to try and help get a bit more grounded. I also so have a therapist that I work with Tom Usually once a month. I haven't seen her for a while either. And you get that Book Dean and I see a hypnotherapist as well again as an area of make sure shoulder by stay on the path that I wished to stay on so I do have a pretty solid team around me to be out to work at the way work at the level that I do and so and remained focused focused throughout so want you guys to really challenge yourself today. I think about because the Martin obey that many great opportunities traits now. I might be wrong on going to do the scanning about nine nine minutes. I want you to reconsider. Who's in your name and your team? You don't have to spend money for your team by the way you can be as simple as the friends that you have around you. You'll support pod in your partner your husband your wife your kids. Your best might Who's in your team? How often are you calling on Hamilton? You using using the bad the Hamilton you calling on them for the support you need or getting that. Release that stress that conversation. Whatever the brings you back to that? Oh you didn't reset reset come back from this little back down to this level if you're a surfer if you're someone who's in the water all time low of exercise than that used to be what mine was because of the fatigue. I can't do that quite so much anymore. Of how to Alter Alta the way that I operate and I have done it was working and I stopped using them. If ain't broke. Don't fix it. Who's in your team? And how often and you get the most out of them and should you replace team members or should you add some team members. TAME is a huge part of Bang you. That's a huge part of being successful trader. Because it helps helps you to be the best version of yourself so have a great day how to think about that and I wish you all the best buffet. Now
"hanes" Discussed on The Friend Zone
"Did they stretch lace sell out there. I know we hear lingerie the shit he should do that. Pani so random is a listener listening and they make some really cute underwear and sent me like a damn and say these are not for me but they're amazing o q they look like love for. Do you want some so. I'm gonna send you a link. You're gonna get you some friends. I mean you know i'm back on the prowess of variety right away my draws towers that'd be so comfortable bloomers onto say after about four five washes ain't nothing like the way a hanes leaned just timeline for the way the way you get a little baggie ryan thi- i love this shit man may may not be for companies feel so good. Oh okay those are those it very cool. Those are cool. I told you i don't know if i could pull off louis style on them a little style on them frank. Where's underway issues back on the prowl on top of the glow. That's let me a._c. Tube in the front but those are gloves added to oh. It's like a thong that da the dont'a pouch in the front so that's for guys allegedly right. I mean it's it's like a you know what i'm trying to say. Well the viewers don't but if i could describe this this is a animal skin dong bag low rise harness tied leather stream teases him hot. They i just to me. Are you ready for the black business of the week..
"hanes" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Busy my head in a buddy my cousin. My cousin. Book is amazing. It is what it should be. But I feel like a rookie look. Well, for three years now, you can't even put me as me a little baby going crazy, busy produce it. And we made me as she headed down. So she got him a status. The army the navy Ramdan thousand. Electrozinc at first thing. They sweet it SAD when I started out. I just took it gave me did out of favors. They never repay me worked in my favorite because nobody. Stashed. Ailton? Yellow ferrari. In west. Okay. What? Whereabouts. Coverage. Okay. Okay. Case. Indeed. The Hanes brand. Clonmel stashed. Indeed. Tonight..
"hanes" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"Literally, you literally, I just take off in the interesting thing about that is withdrawal. You can actually do that in all four and I can withdraw to punish. Yup. In that would be more blaming I can withdraw to manipulate to get you to do what I wanna do withdrawn at checkout yet, or I can withdraw because I am so bad that nobody deserves ready around me and so face value doesn't necessarily tell us what right. The driving motivation is. Yeah. So yeah, that those are the things that we do to protect ourselves from pain. So with your therapy, you're saying, let's I find out what it is that you chat with Hanes. It's identified the pants Eichel and then do you help them to recognize the pain cycle? I get it on paper and then get out steps for what we're going to do next. Yeah. So then the bulk of the work insight is only not even half the battle. I mean, we, we have to know we cannot change what we will not name. So it's a very important part of the process to know what it is that we need to take off. And this whole model is based on the that verse, a Fijian's taking off the old self and putting on the new. But then the bulk of the work is just beginning because a lot of people wanna jump to we'll. I just won't do that. I'll take those coping behaviors and no matter how I feel. I'll do something different and self. Troll as you know only gets us so are not very far at all, because if that emotional root is there and we've learned to protect ourselves in those ways, we have to go to the root of the room. And so the bulk and that's the hard part. That's the hard part. That's the good part. And that's the messy. That's where you know it's like cleaning out the closet and feelings in the back corner. You didn't know you had wounds you didn't know you had or I'll just strewn out all over the floor, and it takes a lot of courage to do this part, but it's so worth it. And so what I what I helped my clients do our hope too is being able to look at those feelings and imp- help them take the empowered position to say what is true about those. There's a huge difference. We can't radical feelings from our lives. I wish. But those are there. But when we do feel them, we do have a choice about what we do with them. Do we agree with them? Do we react from them or are we willing to look at ourselves and say, no, no matter how I feel. This is what's true about me. This is what I'm empowered to do. And so instead of whatever lame shame control escape, this is what I'm gonna do instead that could be. It'd be so empowering, I think, huge. I mean, I think even like in my own life, of course, thinking of things that wouldn't, yes, struggle for me. And sometimes I think also it's, we think it might be true. It's easier to just do those things that we've known how to do forever. Yeah, it feels easier. What your ask leaving feels like a lot of hard work. Absolutely. And I can use my brain to think the other side of that hard work must bring so much freedom. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. And and there's, we have to experience it. So I do a lot of experiential stuff because otherwise it's just words. He asked nothing magic about in the words, but you're exactly right in the neuroscience supports that is it's kind of like if I tell you to get to the other side of those woods and there's a path or you could blaze your own trail, I'm essentially asking you to raise your earned shrill. Yes, because your brain prefers what it knows. Yeah. So if it is used to in hard wired. When you feel whatever it is that you feel in pain, I am hardwired to protect myself in this way. I think about this a lot. I mean, I'm sitting here thinking about myself, obviously, but I think about some of my kids. Yeah, particular that have been through really hard things yet and they're young life. Yeah..
"hanes" Discussed on WLRH 89.3 HD3
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"hanes" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
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"hanes" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show
"Campaign level let's say you have a product that you're selling to i don't know men between twenty five to thirty five that's your entire universe of potential customers that is your entire pizza then the whole job of assets is to break it up into slices the way to do it is by interest or by their bunch of i don't want to go into too many details but there are different ways to slice it so the number one thing about pizza white call it pizza is that i create non overlapping assets meaning let's say you're selling i don't know jeans i just came up with an example so and he's is high in jeans so the first at set i would target people that are interested in diesel as a brand for example in the second ads that would target come up with under brand for jeans what would be the next interest people to target for gains yeah for example or underwear let's say so i would have on these you would target on so let's say the first one is me on these was the second one big tourist secret well it's girl for or men probably like hanes hanes something related to hanes so basically what you're doing the second ad set you target hanes and then you exclude me on these and then you keep doing it every ad set you'll add another interest exclude all the previous one and then you have a catch all that so that the end excludes all of these i mean i went to the details in the video that he has so by the end of it you end up with everything targeted different budgeting every day depending on how each slice of pizza is doing you either increase the size or decrease the size so after a few days you will have an optimal campaign driving new customers to your underwear basically subscription company that's simple and there's a few other tricks up.