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"jason dot" Discussed on The Graveyard Show Podcast

The Graveyard Show Podcast

05:40 min | 3 months ago

"jason dot" Discussed on The Graveyard Show Podcast

"Nights dot com. That's the website and we love that really quickly before i let you go Back in seventeen. You won the rondo. Hatton award for your interview. With cassandra peterson. Otherwise known as vira. Congratulations thank you very much. Yeah so did you amazing spirit. Because i was always curious. Do you actually get. What what do you get. Do you get the actual rondo head. This the boss. Yeah about two five or six inches tall little little rondo heads sitting on my shelf in my office. Yeah and i tell you it was. It was awesome. But nothing could compare to that time that i got to spend with cassandra and really dive into. We went into some six stuff with her history. And she's an amazing human being with an amazing story and quota. Elvira is only part of the amazing story. That is cassandra peterson. So congratulations on that. Thanks that's awesome. I've been fortunate enough to have the show we Were nominated back in nine for rondo. Award i didn't even know about it. I found it online by mistake. Like oh shows nominated by two. I was always curious about what you got when you want so. That's awesome really congratulations. Such a great thing to get and listen. I'm really. I'm really happy for all of your success over these years and if anybody wants to follow you or if they wanna follow sinister nights we gave the website. Sinister nights dot com. But if people want follow you. I know you're on slasher because that's how we reconnected. Where can they find you I'm actually. It's just me jason. I think it's jason dot. Tig nights i think. Or just jason hit all one word I don't have any fancy nicknames or he's saying it gets impossible for my friends to find me so it's just it's just my name and i got nothing to hide your am finding on slasher franny on instagram finding on twitter on facebook. I'm i'm all over all of those and you can link to sinister nights through all of that stuff and sinister nights is also on facebook. instagram twitter. You know on on so yup come find me man I love talking to horror fans and this is you know this is not what i do for a living. This is what i do for a passion and the passion strongest. While i'm still doing it. That's awesome jason ignite. You've been hearing him for the last half hour or so He is the Co-producer of sister nice as well as the director of the sin. Film festival jason. It was so great reconnecting with you here on the program. Thanks again for coming back and cannot wait to have you back again. Once we get that har host what is yes cannot wait yet so helmet high water awesome trying too hard. I if anybody can get it done. I know it's you so best of luck with that and i can't wait to have you come back again. -gratulations with everything and best of luck with sinister nights. Well thanks caretaker. Crawl back in my grave against grave again this year arrest. It was so awesome reconnecting with jason. He's such a great guy at such a hard worker..

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"jason dot" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

03:18 min | 11 months ago

"jason dot" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Well jason thank you as always doing this and You want plug your website or any of that as well my websites. Horrible gopher jason dot com. But if you want. Follow me on social jason harris comedy facebook instagram. Jay harris comedy on twitter. Say.

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"jason dot" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur

Dark Horse Entrepreneur

02:49 min | 11 months ago

"jason dot" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur

"Did you catch that. Inside of that phrasing was the little magical phrase that the way that this obviously works is that we can pepper some things they're exactly and you've you've preset the fact that hey it obviously works. I like that Okay so i have to come back to this. I mean you mentioned very briefly that you came from a family in bhandara poors and and not everybody does. I know i did not. My father was a career military man and then when he got out interesting enough He got out of the military in could have stepped right in to be a chef. You know in any restaurant or what have you and settled in southern california. And is my gen. My dad i mean he could retired and done nothing to rescue his life but you know he was in his early forties and not his style. He had to do something and so he was out during the market looking in he actually got presented with what could have been a really cool opportunity and it was. It was a prison of all places. And they're like yeah. We just need somebody there that knows the you know. The kitchen environment can run a crew of people must like a chef in a restaurant with these sure and then he came home and he thought about it he goes you know now my my dad's six foot three and looks like he could be the linebacker for a football team is big burly bear of a man in to He's also a no no frills kind of guy. Don't mess with his family in. Don't get all up in his face military whatever But he said you know. I probably not gonna take this position because all it would take one of those guys to say the wrong thing and punches will get thrown and it was just it was something inside of his head in so i was thinking as a kid will go to your own style restaurant. You know man could mad cook right. I go out and do that. But the entrepreneur journey who wasn't in his head. I mean he's always been in this structured. Environment do you. Do you think in a way to get to this question. Do you see. We're not caught setting up those. That could be great entrepreneurs early on your with analog -education or having an environment that fosters for those that want to be entrepreneurs like you were lucky enough to have. Well i'd say it comes back to let let's reverse engineer for a moment. His people look at even what i do and they go okay. So if i use those words and patterns that you teach that'll make things more influential. And now that i have the foundation for that. Okay now. you're teaching me up. Sales processes by phone. You're teaching the video influence system which is actually a free resource over at jason Dot com teaching. How to do the videos that actually get results so they come in. They're looking at those specific.

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"jason dot" Discussed on Uniteley

Uniteley

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"jason dot" Discussed on Uniteley

"Hi on today's podcast we're GonNa talk about motivation and how to get inspired to do what it is that you WanNa do or maybe you're already in business and you want to. Get you're not doing anything with your business. You're just kind of at a standstill because you don't know what to do. So. Today I'm just gonNA share with you and different ways to get motivated. So high you get motivated, you just go to You can either listen to podcasts and get motivated or you can get inspired by different podcasts or you could also go to youtube on. Internet. And just search motivation. So you'll find different categories get motivated There's some great speakers out there that will just get you pumped up every day. So. There's some great speakers out there like Jim. Rohn, he's not longer with us, but he man does he have the content out there to inspire you. On there's another one that's Eric Thomas. all you have to look up as Air Thomas he's got a podcast called. Comments all you have to do is google him and he's got all kinds of different stuff out there for you. Others all kinds of guys. To get motivated to just do what you WanNa do in life enjoy fire your boss. If you want if you love your job, don't don't make any changes, but you've got to want to want it. You GotTa do it. You can't just create a website and expect to get traffic by just creating a website actually found out a workbook It's an e book really, but I actually found in its mandate is got some great business tips in there to help grow any business that you want of you want to do multiple businesses a great e book, and you can find added Prosperity Jason Dot Com. Say Again Prosperity Jason Dot Com and you will get this book for yourself. It's free. All you have to do is put your name and email there and you can get the Z book and follow the steps on how you can create the mass of income stream for yourself. Yeah, if you just read this book, it's Thirty Minute workday. And the he talks about the struggles he had went through to really. Impact, his business, and so you don't make the same mistakes which I've already made a bunch of these same mistakes when I started my business in two thousand twelve. And a lot of hiccups along the way. So that podcast or go to that website prosperity Jason Dot. com. PICKED UP E book up for yourself. So, you can really have the power. To make money on demand basically this way I can say it's just a fantastic book Go check it out people in there will hope you we got a chat group we get together on it's free you just Go through the steps of the the the. Platform that this is on. And you build a change your mindset. So it's a great inspirational book that I highly suggest it's like I said if anything just get the e book that's in their read, it read it daily. Okay. and just. Just take the principles for the book. And apply to your life every day. Scott. Three simple steps to do every day to grow whatever business that you want to fantastic pro a platform for you to grow your business. So. That's Today's motivation opiate help it. It inspired you please leave a comment and give me a star whatever you thought of this podcast. So to help me get ratings on. Apple. That say guys you have a wonderful and great day in to you on the next step so..

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"jason dot" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

10:34 min | 1 year ago

"jason dot" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"We have been well. Welcome back everybody. Thanks so much for being here. Thanks for sharing this show if you WANNA follow us. If you're watching live go ahead and that it that subscribe button. Hit that little bell of your on Youtube. Make sure you get notified every time we go live. And then if you want to follow us you can follow me on all the social media's at follow Jason Dot Com. Just go ahead and check that out all the stuff every place where you can possibly follow me you can follow me there and also if you WANNA become part of the private group. We had an intense conversation. We I think some people think that we're really angry at each other when we we yell back and forth but more than we're just very very opinionated and so spirited debate is something that man. I engage in quite a bit and we had one of those morning over this. Is it Aubrey's how you pronounce his name? Yeah I think Ahmad Barberie. Yeah I don't want to rehash this whole thing. Essentially we did like probably a half hour talking about this and what we came away with was the what people knew and when they knew it is of critical importance in this whether what these guys how much these guys knew about this guy and whether the guy had committed armed robberies versus non armed robberies with the real risk that they that they felt when approaching this guy. All of those things are are circumstances that need to be evaluated determining whether or not these guys committed a crime or not and the crime of course itself would be manslaughter. In this case first degree murder I was explained this. I'm not going to rehash the whole pre show by the way but when we talk about different degrees of murder murder I have. I used to be a cop with through the entire The entire police academy so. I'm somewhat familiar with this. Although a little rusty but first degree murder is you've been sleeping with my wife so I get a gun. I go to the bar where you are at and I shoot you dead at the bar. That's first degree. Premeditated murder is first degree murder. Second degree murder is. I'm sitting at a bar. Guy Walks in sits down next to me and says hey. I've been sleeping with your wife and in a fit of rage I pull my gun out and I shoot him. That is second degree murder. I intended to kill you. But it wasn't premeditated it was in the moment. Manslaughter is I'm I'm out. You know hanging out I get really drunk and twirling my pistol around and shoot my buddy in the head. Hey I didn't intend to kill anybody or I'm driving down the road in my car and I'm talking. I'm texting on my cell phone and all of a sudden I slam into a pedestrian when I drive up on the sidewalk gay. That's manslaughter. Didn't intend to kill anybody. But somebody is dead. And it's my fault. They may be guilty of manslaughter or they may be guilty of nothing but certainly because of what we already know. We know that they didn't go there with the intention to kill him. They would know that we didn't go there with the intention to do him harm. At least not based on what they the the action they took prior to the arrest. It's also looking at the Mat. Pulled up the statutes is also clear that They were within their right to at least make a citizen's arrest question is should they have done it the way they did it and And and what's the what are the totality of circumstances around it and I'm of the opinion that they should be judged on that and that there ought to be a jury to determine that looks like it's going to go to grand jury now I can tell you that's not what people are. GonNa worry about what's going to happen here. Is that if he is not see if these guys are not convicted of a crime. They're going to treat this like Trayvon Martin and this is going to be a huge national issue and You know after work together in till black guy gets shot on a backwoods country road in Georgia by two white guys. That's I mean. Yeah and the other thing is that people like all these bunch of hillbillies out in the middle of nowhere skies lived in a three hundred thousand dollar house in Georgia. Hey guests were because we're not broke. They weren't living in a trailer or in a van down by the river. These guys were living in a neighborhood. small area that had been had had been burglarized at least once more than once and they thought that they were stopping a guy that had been committing crimes. Potentially so I don't want to Belabor it anymore if you want to be part of the pre show again you can go to follow Jason Dot Com and I believe he can sign up for the The insiders group there and what we do is appreciation oppo show. It's only five bucks a month and all the money that we get from. That goes right back into the show for you. Know creating stuff like this are set in our lighting and our audio and all that stuff and the fact is that Matt and I have Nice Cameras. Now we have good lighting because of you all and appreciate that we were able to bring the video show back after really probably a couple of years of just really poor audio and video of poor video and streaming. We're now back with that and we have you guys to thank for so. If you wouldn't mind just going to sign up for that we would love it or you can just go buy some of my stuff but anyway what. What do you want to talk about anything you want to add to that because we had a spirited debate and I want to give you a chance before we move on? I think we better probably beat it to death in the pre show. Okay cool all right. So what do we want to talk about today by the way Matt Will? You just texted are reads today because of course in my frustration. I just sent him to me on telegram and with that way. I don't forget because I think I forgot on Monday so maybe semi Mondays reads to. We'll just put them all in today. All right so what? Are we going to talk about today? Sorry inside baseball for you. I I want to talk a little bit about what's going on in the financial news because we have. I said this in the pre show on Wednesday. I said I don't know what's going on. But something is amiss has remember from. I think it was Monday. I said I don't know what's happening. I get the feeling market keeps going up. The Federal Reserve is kind of Said We don't think we're going to let the market go down and I said it's GonNa be really interesting to see what happens when these numbers come out is unemployment numbers come out because I think that the market is not to be phased by it. I said if the market's not phased by it in maybe a time to buy because of the Federal Reserve says we're not going to let the market go down. Then what are your options? You buy you. I mean maybe you don't buy but you certainly don't start shedding more of your positions and so on Wednesday. We got the notice that about twenty million Americans were out of work it was. It was the largest decline in a single month decline in American history. And I WANNA Kinda put this into perspective for you understand. Just how incredibly bad it is out there right now. You may not be feeling just yet but this is going to be important. We start discussing what happens next so the the most jobs ever loss in a given month happened in two thousand eight prior to this last month two thousand eight the largest number of jobs ever lost in America. Eight hundred and ninety four thousand eight hundred ninety. Four thousand jobs lost the greatest number in the middle of the economic crash of two thousand and eight in April of two thousand twenty. We lost twenty million jobs. And that's not even the full number. The full number is closer to thirty million about thirty. Two thousand nine million jobs lost because there were other jobs that didn't job losses. The didn't actually get counted during the the timeframe when they were calculating it in the month. So if you take all of them together about thirty million jobs puts the unemployment rate at about fifteen percent. Now why is this important? Well number one. We lost more jobs in the last month of this recession. Then we lost in the entire recession of two thousand and eight two thousand nine. Let that sink in for a minute. In order to get a fifteen percent unemployment rate in two thousand eight and two thousand nine we had to count both currently unemployed and underemployed workers. Gay People who either had stopped working for jobs are working. We're not working and collecting benefits and people who had just stopped looking for work. Hey so normally when you count the unemployment rate you don't count people who stopped looking if you're not looking for a job than we don't count you as unemployed likewise if you're working at least ten hours a week we don't consider you to be unemployed although you are significantly under employed likely working part time even though you really. WanNa fulltime job so let that sink in for a minute in order to get to a fourteen to fifteen percent unemployment rate in two thousand five in two thousand eight and two thousand nine. You had to cal you had to count. Current unemployed those who had who are unemployed and stopped looking for work which normally isn't counted. And you had to count under employed now with thirty million people out of work and on the unemployment rolls. This is double. Yeah probably double the number of unemployed that we've seen and again that fourteen point seven percent unemployment rate that we now see in America today does not count people who are not looking for work. It does not count those who are working part time less than ten hours a week when they really want full-time jobs very serious issue very serious so knowing all of this. What do you think happened when the unemployment rate and the jobless numbers came out on Wednesday and then on what is today? What do you think happened nothing? The market didn't move didn't go anywhere towards the end of the day sold off. Maybe two hundred points nothing. Nothing like the two thousand point day declines that we saw when corona virus I hit. Why is that doesn't make any sense? Does it? We are facing the greatest economic catastrophe that our world has ever seen. That's not that's not be grandiose and blowing things out of proportion. I'm just looking at the numbers the numbers themselves dictate that this is where we are. It is undeniable..

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"jason dot" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

11:01 min | 1 year ago

"jason dot" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"O. C. H. on that Twitter handle the last name spelling I know it's a little tricky so we spell it out for you on the radio it sounds like there should be a tea in my last name there is not it's just G. O. C. H. you can tweet the show as well at Jason dot is my Twitter handle before we get to the Tom Brady story little bit of NFL news for you do you want to update you on college basketball because we are a week away from selection Sunday five teams have clinched berths into the NC double a tournament two of them have done that today including liberty they win the A. sun championship they beat Lipscomb by a score of seventy three fifty seven so the liberty flames are in the NC double a tournament for the second consecutive year as are the Bradley Braves the pride of Peoria Illinois about a hundred eighty miles southwest of Chicago that's where Peoria is located and Bradley in the Missouri valley conference tournament final today at enterprise center down in Saint Louis they called arch madness that's the nickname of the MVC tournament every year Bradley beat Valparaiso eighty to sixty six Bradley in for the second straight year as is liberty last night with a great upset was a great game and get a chance to watch it yeah the tournament championship for the mountain west as San Diego state got beat by Utah state so Utah state is in and I think San Diego state cost themselves a number one seed with that loss was Greg Peterson bracketology son next hour asking that very question but with all the college basketball still to be played over the next week I I think San Diego state was probably the weakest of the number one seeds as far as their resume to get that honor and prestige yes position in the NC double a tournament I think you got to win your conference turn especially when you're at a mid major conference they didn't do it they'll get to see that number one seed will go to somebody else probably right now you'd say goes to Dayton which I find interesting to San Diego state Dayton good zag is probably gonna be a number one seed this is not here for the big boys in college basketball this is not the traditional powers right now Michigan state in the first half leading Ohio state thirty two twenty six earlier today Marilyn beat Michigan by a score of eighty three to seventy what you think of college basketball those are the type of programs you think of Utica Michigan state giving a Michigan a Maryland you think or do you think a North Carolina Kansas is very good this year UCLA's probably gonna get in there a bubble team but they played a lot better the last couple of weeks but those big time names in college basketball not so much this year those are the one and two seats some of them will be we got some teams that you don't normally expect to be vying for those positions like San Diego state and date now does that make it a more interesting tournament what does that make it all more boring term if you want to see teams that you haven't seen before teams from mid major schemes that you don't expect to play at that level the one in two states what do you like seeing Kentucky and North Carolina and Kansas and Duke and UCLA and the big boys like Michigan and Michigan state historical power houses the the ones that dominate March and early April that's a question that you're going to have to interpret I actually kind of like seeds of new blood in there well there's an argument to be made on both sides for that one I like to see some underdog teams do quite well that's a term it's all about I don't mind them being at least this year not so much underdogs but being in the roles of favorites so can you wanna jump in eight hundred two two four two oh for this year's SBNation radio Jason gots with you now the cubs but from college basketball to the National Football League because I look at dak Prescott in this is going to be a big issue a big story in the National Football League exits from this point on really until we know what the resolution is with dak Prescott's contract the cowboys have been very honest here they say in their minds dak Prescott is their franchise quarterback and what I believe you say that as a franchise you say that's a quarterback that's going to win the Superbowl or at least that's what you believe because I don't think you can have a franchise quarterback a guy you're buying into in putting big money on the table for unless you believe that guy is your quarterback to lead you to a super bowl I don't know what else you would do it not just dak Prescott any team why would you pay big money to a quarterback if you think all maybe he's the guy I'm not so sure if he's the guy he could be the guy the totally right spot we got a great defense our running game is outstanding and that goes along for the ride no that's not a franchise quarterback that's not a guy the you pay big money to that's a guy you bring in a second your contract because you think everybody else on the team can carry that guy cross the finish line but I don't think the cowboys feel that way about that Prescott now what they're offering him thirty three million dollars a season annually at a hundred and five million dollars guaranteed now if that deal is on the table for dak Prescott and I am dak Prescott I'm taking that contract right now that's a huge money deal dak Prescott could be a free agent again up for free agency again when he's thirty years old still in the prime of his career if somebody wants to give me a hundred and five million dollars guaranteed money based on what dak Prescott has accomplished in the NFL if I'm Jack I'm signing the deal and if he doesn't sign that deal I think he's making a big time mistake now dak Prescott you listen to him he believes he's a forty million dollar your player and I think that's a stretch dak Prescott is that some good years in the National Football League he's been in the NFL for four years the B. twenty seven years old when he plays next season in the NFL but dak Prescott is wanted to in the playoffs last year sixty five percent completion percentage through for forty nine hundred yards touchdown interception ratio was good thirty touchdowns eleven interceptions but that does not translate into the cowboys winning big they radiate last year there's really no reason they should know what the NFC east the eagles were playing with guys off the street at wide receiver the month of December and they still found a way to beat the cowboys when it really mattered now you can fault the cowboys defense you could say that was Jason Garrett not having good schemes and game plans what he needed to do and Jason Garrett's gone and now dak Prescott under Mike McCarthy is gonna be the guy that's gonna take the next step is great you can believe all those things but I'm not so sure I think dak Prescott when I look at him as a quarterback in the NFL based on the other guys in the league these are the top five diabetes not Patrick Mahomes he's not Russell Wilson he's not Aaron Rodgers even at this point Aaron Rodgers career Harvey's Deven Tom Brady right now are you look around the NFL you think about the top quarterbacks it is good as drew Brees probably not healthy Ben Roethlisberger I don't think so he's a notch below those players so if your Dallas you're making a big time investment here you're willing to do it I think if your dad Prescott look I I I'm not someone who believes that in your own mind you should think in a way where you have limitations that's not what I'm asking deck deck press got to do early reevaluate this does want to sign this deal it's understanding that you're at a certain point your career and you really have an accomplished with a guy who's gonna make forty million dollars a year would have accomplished to get that contract I think it makes sense for dak Prescott to sign this deal I'll take this a step further from the cowboys did you sign this deal I don't go up one penny more I'm not given dak Prescott one penny more I let him play on the exclusive franchise tag which I believe is about thirty three million dollars a season next year just like the red skins made Kirk cousins played out for two years in a row and I think the red skins did the wrong thing there because they did it for two years in a row but I I tried the same comparisons here but I did a few years ago with Kirk cousins Kirk cousins was a guy you put up good stats now one thing that played cousins more than Prescott was cousins always seem to throw a bad pick at a terrible time and again usually in the second half usually down the stretch he played a great game and you throw a bad pass and it would sink the red skins but as far as some similarities both guys have very good numbers early in their career both guys around teams that weren't so great they were of the Redskins under cousins world Hey they weren't great same deal with the cowboys with dak Prescott at quarterback both guys are not necessary at the beginning of their careers but they're still in the earlier stages of their careers while this was transpiring cousins a few years ago Prescott this year so I will get Kirk cousins very similar to the way I look at dak Prescott not thinking the end result would be the same I think Kirk cousins a good NFL quarterback now finally got that big win that we've been waiting for sold her signature win in the playoffs he beat the saints on the road does to him what do you really want Kirk cousins as your franchise quarterback if you're the Vikings I don't know about that well yeah and I do look at games that over the years others Kirk's bad interception theirs is bad play and the same thing with Prescott not so much the play but the unproven nature of his career at this point it's been good but he hasn't done much in the playoffs is one one playoff game more than cousins that I know but still to give all this money I let him play when you're on the franchise tag this is a lot of money anyway you're offering a thirty three million dollars annually and based on the interpretation of the exclusive franchise tag thirty three million dollars this season is what he would get to play on that one or if it does go down to what the other franchise tag or it's only about twenty four twenty five million dollars this season then you're going to have a situation where yeah he might not be happy right now to play it out but is dak Prescott gonna sit out a year of the plan the franchise tag you might say he what I don't think he gives up that money I really don't I think he does a Kirk cousins does try to prove everybody wrong but if I'm Prescott I take the deal from the cowboys don't take this the on questionable account was given is too many way but if I if the copy once more this year after it played out on the franchise tag makes too much sense to do it that way rather than commit even more than thirty three billion dollars a year hundred five million dollars guaranteed to quarterback who showed a lot early but not necessarily a top five guy the National Football League and no guarantee that he will get there it is Jason gotcha you phone lines open eight hundred.

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"Dinner Conversations with Comedians" Week

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04:24 min | 1 year ago

"Dinner Conversations with Comedians" Week

"This week's theme is dinner conversations with Comedians. The curator's are Andrew Steven and Dan odd hoot. What a hoot. Here's why Andrew and Dan chose this theme. What does the food you eat? Say about you. Have you ever been surprised about something you found in your friends? Fridge does the ratio of takeout containers to homemade meals. Say something about who you are. There might be more truth to the saying. You are what you eat than we ever thought before. Here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by Dan. Andrew. Monday's episode comes to us from green eggs and Dan and is called Ego Modine. It's sixty five minutes long in this episode ego. No deem from Saturday night live and Dan discussed the food habits of a certain late night. Tv show who has the best Jolliffe Rice gones are Nigerians and also what the Hell is? Joel Rice Tuesday's episode comes from dining with D. N. K. and is called Pete Holmes and Becky. Rims it's ninety seven minutes long in this episode Pete. Holmes comes on the show to talk over. Everyone and becky reams comes to the rescue to cook more food. Wednesday's episode comes from the sport full and is called Asaf Man. V is a human tour. Ducan it's twenty one minutes long. The former daily show correspondent talks food and his trip identity Indian British American. Us off man. V is not a fan of American food excess except when it provides the perfect metaphor for his own try cultural upbringing. He talks about making sense of his dueling identities his love of peanut butter and the fight he had with his father over a big gulp catch his new podcast loss at the Smithsonian from stitcher Thursday's episode comes from Doboy and is called. Pf changs to with Kula villa sack. It's one hundred sixteen minutes long in this episode. The incredible cool APP returns to the show to discuss her history with. Pf changs an American Chinese theme chain restaurants. Plus a gooey edition of snack or wack. Friday's episode comes to us from high and mighty and is called the fifth annual Thanksgiving Eve Power Hour with Nick Wider Nicole buyer and Betsy storrow. It's eighty four minutes long as you listen to this episode John Gabbert and his guests. Nick Betsy Nicole are still sleeping off their hangovers. So crack open a beer. Those are the podcast recommendations chosen by Dan. Andrew for this week's theme dinner conversations with Comedians. Listen and let us know what you think you can find these episodes and listen to them as a playlist on Pod chaser just Jason Dot Com and type in conversations with comedians into the search bar. And the playlists will be right there for your enjoyment. Join the discussion of this week's theme by using the Hashtag comedy. Dinner is usually the section of the podcast where we share. Podcasts NEWS. From the inside podcasting newsletter. This week we're going to direct you to go to inside dot com slash podcasting to read sky. Pillsbury's right up of last Friday's PODCAST UPFRONT PRESENTATION. Which took place in La? I was there and I sent. My hot takes as well as my lukewarm takes to sky. She then wrote about them and now here. I am telling you to go read them. I was also at podcasts movement. Evolutions this past week in Los Angeles and it was a great time. There were tons of informative sessions. Fun giveaways an amazing networking opportunities. Look forward to some write ups this coming week and I'll definitely recap them in the podcast next episode and I solely pillow. Don't tell Danner jared the founders podcast movement. Were you at podcast movement. Are you listening to this? Podcast for the first time since you saw me onstage. Welcome to the Party. Now onto our sponsors. Thank you to Cyrus Media and a cast for sponsoring this week's show from Siris. You know that music isn't just background noise. It shapes your world and your life Cyrus media a network run by music fans for music fans gets this to o Cyrus creates podcasts and experiences that connect you deeply to the music that you love for shows hosted by your favorite artists to inside stories behind festivals historic concerts and the companies and communities that bring music to life visit. Oh Cyrus pod DOT COM to tune in and share the group. That's Oh S. I. R. I S. pod Dot Com and from the score. Bank robber. Diaries tells the tale of notorious criminal. Joe Loya Follow. His story from abused child to King of the heist with producer. Ben Adere in the first show from studios a original content arm and western sound. Listen wherever you got your

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"jason dot" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"jason dot" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Keep your head up and you can leave knowing that you've got more bile and date all the leaves all they work to yeah all all ball it both recalls yeah all right one last call okay not a segment but Jason dot every done no matter what the topic is like I hate your guts but not as much as all right Jason go ahead would like sit intern hugs the goes ally yes I want to remind him that Hogan people in the south the sweet but Hogan people in LA sexual arrest when it was that's how I got it's a great call we have the best listeners zero remember we do you guys remember when hugs used to come in and he would have on his either his black gym socks and his white or has white Sox yet is black shoes and you've come I'm looking at your style right you look that's it all right we'll he's my voice is you're taking away Jason's one yeah now in the house yeah not a good word now I think swerving to sweat or more in on so in turn I will screw you guys.

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"jason dot" Discussed on Mike Drop

Mike Drop

15:00 min | 2 years ago

"jason dot" Discussed on Mike Drop

"To protect themselves because we can't be with them all the time we can't we can't always always be there standing guard for them and even when they're very young we need to give them the tools to to know that this stuff can happen again. How how to deal with it and and one other thing on that is if you're not sure how to talk to your kids about this how to start the conversation and you should be? Starting the conversation sation very young. There's some fantastic books out there. Get on Amazon. I have a few and I'm going to it. Draw blank on their names right now but get on Amazon and look up. You'll be able to find it some books. One I have is called. I said No. Yeah I know there's a few other ones but anyway it's my kids. Love these books and it's a great way to start the conversation and read it and then all of a sudden you're you have a conversation going but for them to minimize the damage. Like if something has happened I let ah let it get me pretty hard for a while and I really think that had someone addressed it with me. When when I was younger I probably would have been a little bit more prepared to deal with what I was already going through but people just they just avoided they avoid the topic topic and I? I do have something here that I wrote. I don't know if you want me to read that now. But it's kind of about that. Subject in in terms of overcoming it. Yeah absolutely I mean you know for sure to me it's feel free to Absolutely read that but then also you know again I think for you know for anybody listening out there. That may be has kids. That may maybe they're going through that. Were you know. Obviously the asking component being persistent about it is is key but you know for those out there that maybe have have experienced that and they don't know how to help get their kids through it again. You know on the on the heels of talking about how you focus on the future and not you know the passed and leading things in your past by the obviously your mom's method of fucking get over. It is not not the way to do that ideal but in a way. Ah It's not just in a way she's right. You do need to get over it but you don't need to just pretend like it didn't happen and that for me is how do you get over it wall doing everything you can to make sure that it doesn't happen again. It doesn't happen to you. You can go back and change. What happened to you right? So how have you gotten over it. Well I feel like I was fortunate in how I was raised. I feel it gave me a lot of maybe mental toughness. You could call all it. I'm not prone to anxiety or anything like that. I did have a rough time but I started to get get perspective on life and I try to to keep that all the time I try to always keep that perspective of like. We're so stinking. Lucky to be here and I I make a lot of correlations with nature in see see things in nature Struggle all the time. Life isn't easy right like we expect life to be easy and it's not it's a it's a struggle for a lot of people. It's a struggle for a lot of animals and I see that I'm like well things struggle and they still. They're still all this beauty that goes along with it and so getting that kind of perspective right in my mind has been the biggest thing I could. I could drag it around with with me forever and feel damaged by it. But what's the good in. That can help anything to me. It sounds like you're again using that taking a positive in that educating your your children other children other people well yeah to turn it into something positive ultimately if if you let yourself be damaged forever by this the person who did it to you. They've won they've won. And why would I let that happen if you could read that follow. Yeah this just kind of goes over. Some of my thoughts on basically overcoming in the dark things happen to us. Society tells us that we are damaged if we've been abused. Victimized suffered through some terrible things and we believe it we believe it and we embrace it because it's easier than the alternative which is to push back and push back hard to stand up and speak to hold our heads high and proud and say loud and clear. Yes I was molested molested as a child and I'm still okay. Yes I was raped. Beaten abused Yes. I was deeply affected by war and trauma. But you know what this is my life my life not yours mine and I don't plan on wasting getting one bit of it. You will not win by destroying my happiness. You will not win by leaving me. Broken what you've given me is an edge. You've given me the edge to understand the darkness to empathize with what others are going through but also also the fuel for my fire in. Oh what a fire it is. Society tells us that we should feel shame that we really shouldn't speak speak about it because it makes other people uncomfortable that we should keep it locked up and cry quietly about it to ourselves because it is in the past just something dirty that may not be appropriate for delicate ears. And you know what I don't care I don't care because society diety has been getting it wrong. For Far too long animals get raped and maimed by one another all the time in humans due to in desperate desperate places where survival is a privilege not guaranteed by any stretch of the imagination where it has to be fought for tooth and nail wild creatures. Waste away starved to death beaten down by winter and drought two week even to nurse their young Anson Manson bees attack one another tear each other to pieces. Storms sweep small creatures away. Baby birds plummet to their deaths. Crows and coyotes approach and wolves riff newborn babies from their mothers. And you know what that's the way of the world it is because nature is cruel and those creatures don't lie down and start feeling. Sorry for themselves no they fight and and claw and dig their way through the hardships and survive. Nature is cruel and not one bit of it changes because we decided it to be too delicate to handle it in nature is equally as beautiful. It is spring meadows wobbly legged fawns wildflowers hours and sunsets and new fallen. Snow is love and kindness and beauty to no no. I don't believe we have to carry damage with us like baggage throughout our lives. I believe we can feel it. Feel it rage and burn and hurt and feel it deep. Feel every bit if the pain but then we have to make a conscious decision to be done. We can keep an ember just a spark to blow into a bonfire when we we need to rage but that is all the rest house to burn away. There are thousands of moments in time. One hundred thousand. A million breaths taken thoughts thought that could go one way or another our future stamped out before us just waiting for us to choose which path to take. There is a lonesome place where we go to mourn what we've lost but there is another place to in us just a certain as the dark places are but it's a a little harder to get to a little harder to find it's hidden somewhere behind all the insecurities and shame behind the politeness and self doubt and fear but they just there are bright place where we go to live a place where we know what we're made of any new and bone and blood hot and crimson listen lava read and it is strength and fire and imagination beauty and creativity and resilience the resilience and those those things all shine a little brighter when the darkness has touched them. I've come to treasure those dark places because it is that darkness that has this. Show me how to shine. There are half a billion excuses at least reasons not to live our lives reasons to draw back wounded and alone own but excuses. They are because we are still hole mostly and that is enough. Every tree bear some scars summer lightning struck and wind blown arc peeled back so deep. It's not even clear. The tree is still alive but look look up there between the splits lists and cracks the old weathered would right there at the top. Where the Falcon roosts? There is a sprig of green a cone. The Sky is blue. As a Robin's Robin's egg the breeze cool and fresh on the beauty of those quivering needles society tells us that we should believe we are damaged. And if we listen we will falter our life quietly slipping away. It isn't that much time we have here on this beautiful planet shining like a ray of hope in the whole vastness of the universe not that much time before we are aged enfeeble are breath. Shallow our strength slipping away our humaneness human. This is so big so bold and powerful if we believe in ourselves but it is also fleeting snuffed out like a candle in just a breath. Don't be a week flame while you were here. Don't waiver and shake don't let the bad actions of another take one bit of your time away. Burn burn bright and hot and bold earn like a wildfire on September day. Take that damage. Those scars the pain and turn it into something beautiful something fierce and wild and full of life something that can help inspire fight back against against the evil take that hurt and make it saying it brilliantly. Eloquent a written piece of literature that I think is really impactful and helpful especially in terms of looking at things from a thirty thirty thousand foot super broad spectrum which I think. A lot of times is An invaluable way to get through things so that you're not focused and in an bogged down of some of the minute details in the weeds of of some of the things that may keep you kind of in that you know purgatory of thinking the same thing over over and over Appreciate your right. I appreciate you sharing it I appreciate you bringing into light. Something that Is Far more prominent than I think. I think a lot of people realize or at a minimum are willing to admit And it just makes me think Ask Your kids ask him again. Ask them again. Stay on top of it. If there is an issue talk about it and use use resources to to help you know everybody get through things and then also ultimately taken a perspective like that and contrasting it to to the planet and all the other inhabitants as try to instill bat in your children when they're young try to instill that broader perspective. I know it's something that comes with Ajax experience but you can. You can try to play there as much as possible. I think getting kids around the two things that are going to help shape that perspective which is mother nature wildlife seeing how things really fucking work and also traveling taking your kids other places them some adversity versity to let them struggle a little bit. Don't teach teach them how to get up after they fail all right so if you could I talk about. So you're working with Jaakko now with Sean Front and talk about kind of both what you guys are doing now and how people can can get in touch with you. I'm on instagram. At Jason Dot N.. Dot Gardner and I think that's kind of my favorite of all the social media platforms it's the easiest to so talk back and forth working for echelon front going around doing leadership consulting keynote speeches and and you know workshops and stuff like that going over those extreme ownership principles. How did the hunter did you? Land that Gig so Jaakko chocolate when I met in one thousand nine hundred ninety three bomb. Yeah you grapple with him. No I didn't Jitsu. Then we were just both into like hardcore. Music can hit it off and Karn of have stayed in contact. We were seal team free together always in a different task unit and then I worked for him over at Tradenet Anna. Dan have always seen things kind of from the same lens as he does so. We've been friends for awhile of I. Had the opportunity need to come work for him when I retired so jumped on it. What does that like man? No a lot of you know. He's obviously a super or hyper popular guy within a lot of communities his business law enforcement military You know just generally speaking but what what is the experience you know working for him. Like it's great it. You know because he he basically is does a great job of practice he preaches and he gives you a lot of latitude so I just it's it's I have worked to go out and speak to.

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"jason dot" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

09:42 min | 2 years ago

"jason dot" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Sense to me on a lighter note. Leprosy is now a concern here in Los Angeles if you guys didn't know that yeah it's back it's back apparently lots of trashing the city lots of disease lots of rats rats soup apparently carry represent and lots of immigrants coming from Mexico where leprosy is widespread and the CDC says between one hundred and two hundred new cases of leprosy are I annually reported in the US and that is fortunately growing. I guess because of leprosy remains more prevalent in central and South America with over twenty thousand new cases diagnosed annually and a lot of those folks are coming here. Wow that is that is I mean you WanNa talk about something that we had really eradicated here and now he's back a lot of people blame the the increase in mumps and measles and those types outbreaks on the anti vaccines and stuff and and maybe there is some truth to that I I don't have any idea but yeah I know that those those types of of issues that come up are polio that type of stuff you don't can you get a measles mumps and rubella shot as a kid that doesn't last for a lifetime it it you can still get it later on. If you go to a place where that that type of stuff is still prevalent. That's why you see a lot of people who are getting the measles of the MOMS or whatever our older people that are very young children because they are the ones that are most susceptible because they haven't had the shot or the shot has has there been at a booster shot in a long time but be beyond beyond that I think a a big part of the surge we've seen in that is the number of people who are coming here from from down South and who are bringing with them a lot of that disease Z's and no. I'm not claiming that you know we need to build a wall or anything like that. I'm just saying causing effect. If you have a bunch of people who are coming here bringing bringing their disease ridden bodies with them then you can expect to see increases in those diseases here in America is one of the reasons that you have a border and that you do check people. Evil is why Ellis island existed so that you could bring folks from Europe. Make sure that they weren't disease ridden before you let them into your country when he bolo was a huge. WHOA people thought it was a huge risk? the president's first president first thing he tried to do was just stop people from coming from those countries that it's a brilliant idea. That's exactly what you would want to have happened. Either that or you got a funnel funnel them all through some sort of Ellis island type situation where you can say all right. Now you're here. You GotTa wait forty eight hours show no symptoms or you got to do a blood test to make sure that you don't have the sickness before we let you into the country that is this. There's nothing wrong with that. That's just being smart. Can't believe Obama was to racist. I know right how crazy isn't Africa coming keeping how dare he but this these are logical Michael and reasonable steps that a that a group of people can take to protect themselves and it's unfortunate that no no one wants to think about these things they're they're always has to be some sort of emotional underpinning that completely disregards logic or logical conversation station or critical thought and the takeaway in that is if you want people to join your movement. If you want them to come along with your way of thinking you you need to create an emotional connection it you need to be speaking to something much deeper than facts and figures because nobody cares about the facts facts and figures those are only used to justify emotional decision. That's already been made. It's why we tend to discount things that we disagree with and take the smallest smallest piece of evidence regardless of how ridiculous and absurd and accepted as fact would do without doing any research when it agrees with Dr Core Philosophy or our core ideas so those of you who I see this a lot with climate change and I see myself because I happen to believe that climate change is occurring. It's occurred since our planet was created and it will continue to occur for until this whole thing gets eaten up where we get hit it by a giant asteroid or whatever so anytime I see news about manmade global warming I immediately really get suspect and I need a lot of evidence. I require a lot of proof and even then I'm going to be suspect just naturally how I respond onto it now. I'm lucky enough to know that's how I respond so I can kind of combat Leb little bit but the bottom line is anytime I see an article like that immediately I go on the defensive and I'm like yeah right. Okay prove it anytime I see any article about climate change being a hoax and some scientists are group's scientists who say hey that the world isn't really getting hotter or that. It's due to sunspots rather than to man global warming instantly. I'm predisposed to believe that regardless of the evidence is presented and I won't require. I probably will not require any extra research to find out whether or not what they're saying is actually true or not I will accepted accepted his face value because it fits my underlying perception of reality so you have to understand that every human being worse this way and so do you you have biopsies like we talked about before it's impossible to get rid of them. The best you can hope for is to be able to identify that you have them and then do your best to recognize that you're viewing the world for a prism and if you are trying to convince someone else of your position of your way of thinking if you're trying to build a relationship ship or brand around an idea that you have then guess what you need to do you need to recognize that you have to enter the conversation they're already having in their head. You have to find find a way to align with them. Regardless of how you might feel so that their defense is come down so they are predisposed to let you the influence them now. There is a process for doing this. It's there's there's an actual formulas for it. It's not like something you just gotTa. Learn something. That's intuitive. It's something that you can actually build a framework around and if you're interested in understanding how to do that I want you to go to more from Jason Dot Com and signed up for the rapid rapport building session that I'm holding on October third. I'm GonNa send you the recordings afterward done so if you can't attend live but I always like to do this stuff live gives the people a chance to ask questions. I always feel like I like talking to people who are actually there rather than just talking to an empty computer at in staring into a monitor. I like to talk to people and so I do these things live and if you WANNA learn more about that if you want to become a better communicator if you WANNA get that raise if you want to be a better salesperson or a better entrepreneur that's where you go more from Jason Dot com more from Jason Dot Com and register for the event yet anyway. We'll design anything else. We need to talk about about today. Well what I would say is obviously the big criticism that we've gotten is is our criticisms. uh-huh criticisms. Yes is the lack of of concern about politics and and talk about it but we're not being to political activists whatever I was just thinking as you were describing. This rapport building like that is the type of if you're concerned about changing political realities reality is this is the type of thing you need stand especially if you're a libertarian because I guarantee if you're libertarian you are extremely awkward and uncomfortable to talk to and people don't WanNa talk that's right. This is obviously I'm being a little facetious. No you're not true. That's how it you you already have a very niche position that a lot of people are predisposed to not want to hear you need to know how to go above and beyond to connect with them so that they don't think that you're a looney toon and that brings me to the very last thing that I want to talk about today before I let you go and that is those of you who have complaints about me or or Matt or this show after the Andrew Yang incidents lot of people voicing their unhappiness with my apparent misunderstanding of a universal basic income and what Yang was saying and so any came up with a great idea of of creating an area for you to go and complain and submit your complaint and you can actually submit your complaint for everyone to see if you go to Jason Stapleton Dot Com. Tom Ford slash complaint. There's a common sex. There's a comment section. Just leave your complaint. Leave it in as much detail as you possibly can and I've also created on on that page a place where you can get some free stuff from me so if you choose to go there to complain but instead of leaving a complaint you would like free stuff. I will give you free stuff as I say in the video on that page complainers love free stuff they really do and so I would prefer that rather than you leave a complaint that I give you free stuff off and the first thing I'm GonNa give you is my ten golden rules a personal branding. It is a twenty eight page twenty five pages something like that document little e book that goes into painstaking detail of how you build a brand what are the ten most important things for you to be doing in building building your personal brand and I promise you this is not a waste of your time. This is not one of those Oh a created an e book but it's really a sales letter signed trying to get.

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"jason dot" Discussed on The Schmidt List

The Schmidt List

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"jason dot" Discussed on The Schmidt List

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"jason dot" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"jason dot" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

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"jason dot" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"jason dot" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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"jason dot" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"jason dot" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

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"jason dot" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"jason dot" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"jason dot" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"jason dot" Discussed on KOMO

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"jason dot" Discussed on Food Psych

Food Psych

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"jason dot" Discussed on Food Psych

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"jason dot" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"jason dot" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"So this has been in the works for a while. We looked at what a lot of open source foundations do and some of the some of the models that we really liked. We looked especially like foundation also f sharp foundation. Allow community members to allow open source contributors to become members and that allows them to run for a board seat and to vote in the elections. And so it's you know, as opposed to some foundations are really kind of more of a pay to play model, and you have these, you know, large companies contributing a million dollars and they get a board seat. And really what we wanted to do is have more of a community run thing. So right. Yeah. So that's really the the big first thing we're announcing is we're expanding from three to seven Ord seats, and anyone that's contributed to a dot net foundation project can both vote in the elections and run for the elections. And only one where we're having one one board seat is appointed by Microsoft and the rest are all voted for by the community. Right. So that's kind of the first big thing. Okay. Awesome. I'm. Imagine the kind of the decision making that the board's going to be committed to like what what's the job. That's yeah. That's a great question. So I mean the foundation like it is kind of a. I can tell you what we've done in the past. But part of what we're excited about is that the board is given this mandate of supporting the open source dot net ecosystem, and they can kind of take this and run with it in some way that, you know, myself in and Beth, and, you know, the kind of group we've had so far some things we may not have even thought of. But some things that we've done in the past one is we support a lot of open source dot net projects. So these are, of course, like horsey alarm and core effects and SPN, and, you know, those those kind of ones that were contributed by Microsoft, and then also some some important projects that are developed by the community and also donated to the Dutton in foundation. So there's include a recent one that joined was Jason dot net the largest nuclear package, you know, by far and then also. You know, like autumn apper. I mean, there's just tons of them. There's dozens so one big thing is we support these projects in, you know, in the past that's been like, I p legal contributing to things like hosting certificates and signing servers and build servers and that kind of stuff, but we'd love to do more. I think there's more we would love to accelerate bringing projects on. And then also what we can do to support those projects. So what does it mean? Exactly when you support a project. I know that you know, it's not like you shepherd the project. It's not like, you are the guys that are handling pull requests. And all that. But it's more like a curation right is kind of curation and also a little bit more like a back office support kind of thing. So there are some there are some foundations that are really kind of get in and kind of our very picky. They're very selective. They're like we'll have just one, you know, web server framework, and we'll have just one of. Of this. And we're going to you know, really there are several things we've got where there's there's multiple different things that are in the same kind of similar space. So so we don't try and play favorites completely. You know, we try and pick projects that are important to the community. And then with that it's more kind of a, you know, we're behind the scenes supporting them. So we're not trying to tell people what to do. We're instead trying to say, for instance, X unit say they need a new SSL cert- say they need some say, we've had projects recently where someone, you know, had some GDP are questions and needed legal advice. So, you know, we we we support them with legal services. It's great what we think of is. There's these projects where you've got just a few developers even on some really important projects..

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