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"jerry kennedy" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

04:04 min | 2 months ago

"jerry kennedy" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"Has the needle moved at all. From janet from jerry take no because he in stick with it. Look i wanna throw. Chevy husband's afraid that i would knock the hell out of jerry kennedy ear step. You said some stand on it. If it's a lot i'm gonna care man. You be fair being grizzly. If you won't come out and say i'm broke broke. don't equivocate. after the fact don't be like a shit job is gonna be mad at me and i don't know if no come on come on aerial show on may fighting dot com dna. Our airline awani come on there and double down because even if you are wrong technically you're right you're extremely right there's no need to parse this and say well they treat me well and i just i was out for a while and so that's why i'm broken. I bought a. I have a second house in alaska and that costs money. You don't need that because even if all of that's true they are still underpaying all of you by a substantial amount. This is unclear introver- incontrovertible nobody will argue that point except for the most trolley dip shits in the world like you make eighteen percent of revenue. Everyone knows this number because it's the us's admitted number and like so you don't have to pretend you have to to suck account out. All you can just say yemen. I'm broke and then come on air show and say yeah everything i said before i did the but in all the equivocation i am one of the best fighters in the world. I should be getting paid. A reasonable amount for my services as opposed to if i'm out for year and a half because of injury i'm in financial trouble like that's just only it man and nobody will own it and it's the most is one of the most frustrating things. Aside from watching fighters just get bent over and refuse to stand up for themselves collectively win. The obvious answer is that they can and should do that. It's watching so many fighters take three steps down the right path and then be like now block on this like to hold him off at all. Started doing it then. Shut the hell up. Because he got the title fight he wanted john. Jones is sticking to it for now and that's great. I hope he continues to stand on it. You get me should take earlier this week where she walked back comments but she explained some more comments about about expenses and costs and from her return. Fight like dome your hundred percent in the right by saying yet. They underpaid me. And i'm i'm shot this whistle one of the objectively great things. Jake paul has done and no. We're not talking about him anymore is he. Is shine a big bright light on the fact that fighter fay in the ufc in particular is cartridge and nobody's jumping up and be like yemen. This dude right. And like i know you're going to catch flack. I got his wall always catch in the teeth. But somebody's gotta do it and if you're are you have already stepped on that limb. Don't get afraid looking down to how high it is just go and so it was super frustrating because in the immediate aftermath of dough gerakan. You said some cool. Maybe he'll just own and then he immediately was like non knock cool. Don't worry about it. You can go back to knock. I don't want to say the words anymore than cursed already. You don't have to worry about me anymore. I'm be quiet dude. Wait till i get felt well said and then no but but here's this. Here's a hilarious. And i think today's a perfect example of why. We're never going to see what we want to see happen. Because jared kennedy or goes on aerial show on monday and says his thing kevin holland he goes on aerial show today and says i make great money just win fights or get a new manager and then you'll make all the money you want what i couldn't believe it. Same division guys the same division one is knocking on the door of a title. Shot this other kevin. Harlan can ranked right now..

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"jerry kennedy" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

04:28 min | 2 months ago

"jerry kennedy" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"Title shot and here's why because you kind of you you messed yourself up there you set it already darren till loves to fell upwards guaranteed could squeak out the most controversial split decision in the history of the sport and beat dared brunson and he will suddenly become the number one contender in that division. He will fight for the title. Actually might leapfrog robert. Whitaker title shot against israel. Because that's what guarantees does there until doesn't fight Barely wins and yet somehow becomes the number one guy in the sport so he may go out there and we're into. I mean he could win. Like a michael bist being versus Matt hamill kinda decision where people are losing their mind thing. He lost the fight but he'll still end up getting and said i if up robert whitaker scared because of dare tillis other in wins he leapfrogged. He might just jump into todd. Robert whitaker stabbed away. Like that's what they're until does so jerry kennedy your god. They're below the brakes off of calvin gasoline. He's still getting a title shot. As long as there until exists in this world jerry enters not getting his donald shot next look until may not win her say but he cuts a hell of a promo. Just go watch mondays in our because that man the make promo nothing else. Some darren filling that nate diaz nick. Dsp j. pin. Liz were purchased keeps getting big fights for some unknown reason. We're not quite sure about like. He keeps losing in a way that you can believe that he's better than the is it's textbook nate. Diaz gonna fall into it though because this was supposed to be a candy and cost kosta. Doesn't sign for the fight so kelvin's hey i'm here yes. Eighty with the whitaker fight. He wasn't supposed to fight runaway. but he's like. Hey guys out here. As kevin kelly guys just kind of falls into dare until get selected for these things there until i mean i was talking about him on the end of the hour about how. I'm good if i dare until. Why is there still done to earn his one win over kelly. Gas lem a really bad fight and is he lost. I don't get. It is one. And what i don't understand against their until i'm just saying like i don't understand. I don't understand why everyone is banging the drum thing he's got to see it. Why do we have out. What proof is there in the world that heaven on earth on you'll be a good fight. I mean he. He lost a stephen thompson so why why wouldn't he be a much better. Kickboxing steve adopts. So listen this card is fine. Some good as both of these gentlemen alluded to it certainly hasn't taken a beating. That next weekend's card has my word. Mike is video or audio this audio. But do you come through. We could see you through audio me listeners. A you do anything else with your side you can. You can just click on. Mma fighting dot com. We're going to have the play by play at the top. I'm probably going to be stuck doing play by play for the stand guard. We're going to have recap. We're going to have all the highlights. That are interesting. They're going to be on the site and you can. You can download it all into your brain and have it at the expense of like ten minutes of your time. A few clicks on our website. And you can have a whole saturday night to be with your family. Your friends Write a book see-saw on do anything else. Other than spins your time watching scarred. Please write a book. write a book. Write the next great american novel off poetry. Paint play with legos. Anything on oh don. It's the worst. That is the worst. I will say. I will probably not be watching this card on saturday. 'cause i will be on vacation. Life is about to take a very interesting turn But i'm going to enjoy a few days on the cape with the fam- and get away from may for a couple of days but we will. I'm sure we'll react. Everything with ak onto the next move ahead to dig in a little deeper for this final rider regulation the point for rahm three goes to mr contractual obligation himself. Damon.

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"jerry kennedy" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

03:53 min | 4 months ago

"jerry kennedy" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

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"jerry kennedy" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

02:57 min | 8 months ago

"jerry kennedy" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

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"jerry kennedy" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

01:31 min | 10 months ago

"jerry kennedy" Discussed on The Big 98

"Something to eat. The producer came out and said, Okay, You know what? That third chance you've got till John gets back from lunch. Well, that's that all the notice we had, and we jumped up to the mic and same flowers on the wall. This is a song. You You kind of had your back pocket. Yes, we did. We had We've been carrying it around with no one. That's we wanted to record it, and so Thank goodness we did. Well, that's talking about faith. That was a leap of faith. You know you you felt you felt the hand of the Lord there with you? Yeah, Exactly. Now would that be considered your top hit or do you consider it like that? Do you say, Well, our best best hit we ever had was flowers on the wall or Or something like that. It was a million selling record, and it led to great things. It was our first one. Thank goodness we were blessed with others. There were so many other hits that came along. And in the whole career was not built on one record, But that was the one that ushered us into the business. Yeah, now, how long were you with Columbia? We were there for five years. Okay? Was that a good relationship? No. You went over to mercury, but was because he was not a good relation. We had that one hit record, and then we chased it for five years and we had problems over there with With creativity and with bug, they bounces around from one producer to the other. And so when I read the contract is up. We went across the street to a man that we've got two known have been playing on our records. Jerry Kennedy, who.

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"jerry kennedy" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:20 min | 11 months ago

"jerry kennedy" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"You're as cuddly as a cactus. Yours Charming as an eel. Mister. Agree you're a bad banana where we're not mean once today because we've got a lot of treats for you. We've got an author coming up at the bottom of the hour, calling them in England and he is a Neck and a half plus, he writes a hell of a good suspense thriller. So good I'm good killed. Say that we met him. Yeah, no kidding. And last night, the two OMG TV things that were going on were the bachelorette. And based sky on ABC, which they started with middle and ratings a couple weeks ago when they were on the air, but they basically have doubled their audience in three weeks. And some of that has to be because David E. Kelley also did the undoing. Yeah, which word of my balls and it's like he did big little lies and People are big fans of the books that big sky was on. But I mean, last night's episode was Hard the minute hauntingly scary minute It starts the minute it starts. It's like you're really watching and it's on network TV. So that's really found big sky and you can you can find it people. It is Action packed any acting is so good. I love Kylie Bunbury. Katherine Wind stock, who plays Ryan Philip Ease his estranged wife. She's the blonde. She's the Beautiful blonde. If you watched on the history channel that you watch Vikings either one of you guys on the history channel so she played He's beautiful. Yeah, but she played this very fierce Viking warrior woman who was married Tol Rag Na Ra and Blah, blah, blah horses right now. Right now, you're always right right North or Yeah College speaking name, but she's in it and the conversation repeat guy that's in it. And John Carol Lin choose the Montana State trooper who was so creepy, but I kind of them really into the conversation that was had inside. The container if you will. Oh, my gosh. So there's a woman on it that she plays a transgender woman trans actor. Yeah, she's a trans actor. Her name is Jesse James could tell And she plays Jerry Kennedy on the show, and I am You know it is she had such a great conversation about being trans. And when you know there's this young, you know, kind of ditzy blonde character asking her kind of about it, Captain. The container. You get close to people quickly, Right? And I was You know the innocents of the questioning, But yet the validity of the questioning and the things you know we learned yesterday, Elliot Page Ellen Page is transgender announced Elliot and I thought it was a really Um, forward thinking dialogue for a network TV show. Yeah, and I was very impressed by it. And I thought it was just just was James K. Tell her name. It is a groundbreaking role. I thought it was such a great conversation for everybody. It's that show, is it Zach? Oh, it's so good, and my guy likes it. I mean, this case you like it, Um He's out working. He's not watching it, even though I think he would like kids a thriller hey, would like it, but, yeah, it was really it's and it has Now, like a huge audience. It went from, just like we start off whole home. Yeah, and it's four million. Yeah, and that's like how many people want to mention one other thing. It was not filmed in Montana. And you can tell that if you are A novice to that area, which we are, you can tell. It doesn't look like Montana. What's weird is supernatural was such a film the round Vancouver and stuff in a lot of that shows outside, and I feel like some of these shots from big sky I've seen in. That's when he tells in the drive ins in the little diners. Like I think I've seen this all in supernatural. This is a set that they have up there are that they just say outdoors Well, and then the bachelorettes ended on a clipping or last night, and it was I felt so bad. That's the spoiler for anyone has a watch the bed twit, but the guy she did the hunt to the house with them, Then had the dinner easy. Okay, First of all, I I adored him. Okay. First of all, he was so special. And so lovely. Last night's bachelor was emotional. I mean, I feel like we've never had. Tasia is an excellent bachelorette. She maybe has been one of the better ones, and she certainly has made us forget about that nightmare player. Crawley, who's even her name is a nightmare. She just sounds like she's gonna be a nightmare to deal with. Okay, But one of the things about this bachelorette is because it was filmed in Covad. They've had to become really clever about the dates and are Doing the traditional big after the lucky inte in Palm Springs, and the dates are last night was so emotional I mean, emotional, um Availability of these men came out and I just thought it was so different than what we think of the guy who said I'm going to show you who I am, and he went and put on a robe and then he came back out and took it off and copied his bait and tackle and said Here I am. Then here I am. Take all of me all, Rocco. I was then this is for real. I was having the faces of all the other guys. I mean, I get where he was going, but I was just having second, an embarrassment. Just get and and also just like, Wow, He's got some balls. Any candidates bad his words that he said with it, he said, I don't know how to really do art. I didn't know how to do self expression and so and he takes off this robe. And then he's the same guy, Ben that we're gonna hear more about what he said. I'm exposed. This is me kind of what he did, you know, covered it up, but he had an awkward hug. That was really the Yeah, And then on, And then she left the room because everyone had to do art on they all were so it personal with their art. I love these guys. Do you never had a connection like this? I don't think well with the bachelor guys molded a Penis with his name in love with him. He bugged me so bad with Claire because he was the one that talk to her ahead of time. And he has these jowls, you know, but I He's funny. Okay, well, let's listen to Bend Barry this year. Years. An emotional moment for you. So this s O. This is the eating this thing. Yeah. Yeah, This is a text reader for the water ahead of time 10. Million men in this country will struggle with an eating disorder at some point in their lives, but the topic that's rarely talked about well last night on the bachelorette. That changed. 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"jerry kennedy" Discussed on Drawn To It

Drawn To It

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"jerry kennedy" Discussed on Drawn To It

"To take over out. Working on a book about this right now. About this transition. Fair. Yeah. So I was like eighteen, seventeen eighteen and he and Dick was Dick Williams was a wonderful one. For Promoting new talent and trying to preserve the you know the art of animation and so he would pair you up like I got to assist grim nat with the Creator Betty Boop. And this by Fab at A goofy. Jerry Kennedy who was a lot of Yosemite Sam. And it was just a a wonderful. Opportunity to work with this occurred. the BIG SEQUENCE OUR ANA. Reagan was the Taffy pit. which was of taffy masters animated by Emery Hawkins and Emory was an animator at one of brothers and Lance his probably most famous Steph was. Was those a short was checked Yar A. Hillbilly bugs with bugs Oh yeah. Yup. Good to hillbillies and at the square dance. Event that that he he calls up the square you know knowing your world world was world around. Yeah. You're. GonNa have that stuck in my head now. Is your finger in his eye. That time Maury so good. Yeah but you know that was sort of like A. A Gateway Drugs Getting into mainstream animation in on this. Yeah. It was a fun movie and You know. As a as movie itself had a lot of story problems and had a lot of plot problems and stuff, but but on on my level, just working with the animation was just. It was just a joy. And the Nice thing is once.

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"jerry kennedy" Discussed on Raw Talk Podcast

Raw Talk Podcast

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"jerry kennedy" Discussed on Raw Talk Podcast

"Safe to express it. Does. Gender nonconformity always lead to gender transition now should young parents be thinking about their children's gender identity and expression? Yeah, agent. So, gender conforming doesn't necessarily mean you're could be gender, nonconformity and Ben's. That is true, but I just WANNA cliff. Someone's watching. In general. Automatically Transit. You don't have to get so. Around support your kid, but it's good to note the differences are and so I think basically if kids identify as trans, not just gender non conforming, but also trans like their their. You know, their identity doesn't fit into other. Expressing a different Jerry Kennedy and let's say they are very very uncomfortable around. Let their body may be doing in terms of approaching the lessons. That's when. Like trans US often express distress so around Hubert. Is when gender really or has have traditionally got wrapped up. And the things that their body are starting to do it started cause extreme stress, and that's when they might tell apparent I need to transition, and they will look into medical options, but that process takes the years. It's not just available necessarily on demand trans-youth Jersey. You know usually. Neither could on blockers for a time if they feel extremely consistent and solid in their identities very strongly that they are. Who they who they are, they are supported to go on blockers for a time to stop the temptation masculinization of their bodies, so that they can count some time to see if natio-, comfortable, and usually the children or years that are extremely adamant, the adults that circle back so they might have to wait for a few years before they act as we start taking cross gender hormones budget, they could have access younger if they're in distress and very adamant about who they are. Slide, just mentioned that youth who feel extremely consistent in their identities can sometimes be put on blockers. He's referring to puberty blockers. As you might imagine, puberty can be an especially stressful time for those who identify as trans. START TO DEVELOP SECONDARY SEX characteristics. They don't identify with. Puberty blockers are medications that delay puberty by blocking the hormones. Astra blockers are a permanent solution by any means, but they allow Trans Youth to hit the pause button so to speak until they're able to explore other options, which may include taking cross gender, hormones or hormone therapy. What is hormone therapy and Trans people interested in it, so hormone therapy is the ability to take hormones that your body produces maybe not in the ideal. Now say you would hope so. We all have estrogen just your. Inner bodies, but for for folks who want to attain more cross gender effects, so to speak, so to masculine is your body. You would take star on. On therapy edge. Effects, that are in line with how comfortable you feel in your gender, and and or you take estrogen therapy and you could fend. Is your body get the secondary sex characteristics, basically second puberty puberty helped you the most comfortable it when he started taking notes, and that's through your doctor. Do you have any advice or thoughts for healthcare professionals when they're working with younger clients, gesture that they're delivering their care in a responsible and ethical manner. As I understand it. There's no. Age of consent in province of Ontario, so you basically just need to take a client centered approach and really listen to being in front of you and see what they're telling me like I know it sounds simple, but it's like what is he telling? You about who they are. Has it been considered stint? And how can you support them? It's unlikely that people will get hormones at very because they have to hit puberty versus how it works at Medically, speaking I'm not a doctor. Doctor but I know that they have to reach a certain stage tanner stage, true or something like that of puberty development they can even go on blockers, and then there's some time in between there, and starting them on hormones by just to listen and support the family and see what is needed, and it might need a social organ and meet some peer support groups. They may need are, but usually they know who they are just persistent about it and need to be listened to. So far you've heard a lot about the journey and support available for transgender youth, but as you head with Susan's, and as you'll hear in slides, these kinds of supports want always available. It's because of advocacy from folks like Susan and sly society has come to better accept and understand non-conforming, non binary and Trans individuals. You heard slime mentioned that in his practice. He provides trauma informed psychotherapy for folks to cope with legacies of oppression. So we asked him about the experiences of older adults who may realize that gender non conforming trans or non binary much later in life. Do! You have any advice for adults. Your say like forty fifty six years old and they're thinking about transitioning now, because circumstances in their lives have changed. Yeah I think a lot of the work again as emotional and social sense like you have to sorta come to terms with the fact that you've had to live in your body and your identity, a certain way for a lifetime, and you might have might have gone through various different identifiers. You might have identified as a lesbian I one Ben, which your battery and And translate for example, or he might have genesis game man because he was the only option available. Suddenly like in your forties realize, wow, like an actually trans and I've been some time, but I've been operating under the assumption, but I could be so a lot of the work. There is less again about medical care access more out. Wow, can I really do? It can actually have access to this thing that I've always sort of identified with, but has been sort of compare metalized away out. And bring it back and how do I? How do we integrate all the ways in which I lived ms might so far I. Don't feel like a help to shun different parts of myself. Experience and to have come of identity garden. identified. Necessity. To explain what the situation would have been like for his own generation slide generously shared his experience. So one of the reasons I moved Tom. Terry leads to transition and I had been thinking about it for a decade. But around two thousand and three I became aware that turns men. Existed is the first time I saw that representative local media and there were very few trends identified people in my community, and the identification was very binary, so if you were a transnet, you're a bat. Full Stop and there is no room for gender. Understanding that I'm buying and I am adopt binary personnels happened so I had to really fight in my own space tour for ten fifteen years to understand that I could exist, and then spread that outward so when I moved to Ontario again I did not hear people talk about my on binary identities as being treads and had to do a lot where personally in my community community events to question traditional gender options in our in a identified spaces. Spaces in my work I was constantly educating doctors and my colleagues around on binary. Writing about it, so I had to fight really hard to have access a decade before people were talking about it now. It's very common. Everybody's again. That was not the case. You could not get care if you're non binary and so. I had to really fight on my own.

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"jerry kennedy" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast

Lace Out AFL Podcast

17:06 min | 2 years ago

"jerry kennedy" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast

"Talent will often get many pious drafted but tell get them a Tennessee's curry and gentleman spatial. Let me just run through some of the credentials of L. Special guests this evening two hundred sixty one games. I've a two clubs thirty. Four goals. Two thousand thousand twelve almost rally in two thousand twelve premiership player will throw in a best clubmen seven brand votes. He was eleven thousand one hundred eighty third player to pull on an F. L. Giampa. He's was one hundred and ninety one. Most Games ever in the league. Anymore is the the greatest number twenty five to play this century for the swans without further jury. Ted Richards welcome to the PODCASTS. Thanks very much for my introduction. That's extra emphasis on the seven brand. It's it's seven more than this person and this person in the room has got a will say something. You have been on a football cod. Marcel football cod one was the ninety eighty seven elastoplast little league premiership team which I think at that stage you would have been what full well very well done now. I've done a little bit of research which just just for the people listening and actually took twenty minutes to get these gathering. You've ever tried to put something together. I've assume don't do it and the Guy face-to-face or a phone call because Tuck me. Achilles reconstruction was more pleasurable than having to try to get these things together. It's been brilliant on more importantly. You'll get a lot on your flight. Flight is a special way crude Chattanooga because it is the grand farnell coming up a as we know in two thousand twelve you had the honor of being premature supplied with the swans since finishing up. What are you up to now here so I am. I never really felt comfortable as a football. I never thought I'd have a sixteen year career clock did so I always have begun emphasis to make sure that always prepared as best as I could for whatever football finished the quite a few one contracts in the show I on ever Becher of commerce in a master's in the pod fondants and I was one of the few football that actually worked while they pieds last season. Jeez I work down in funds management weekend era on manages studying stocks and loved that have since moved. I bet to a business code. It seeks pack in way provide investment management to console. I drive and we do it. it's all done online so yeah. I very much love and a proud of my football but I was ready for a new challenge in life which is a bit different and on top of that. You've got your I'm podcasts. The Richard report which we had a chat about one of the finalists loss chief the two thousand eighteen podcast awards yeah yes so it's a bit of a an oxymoron in that a football team at investing as let's say it's a very very major audience. Bernie's category but via very very proud decided that I'm pete up a bit of a following. I talk about investment management. I talk about business and it it was nominated for finalist in category of business and marketing these trying hard cast awards and it was a real compliment. I knew that I must have been onto a good in nation. Former football is talking about investing doubled last year when Chris decided due to start up a similar podcast so this now two of us in the slowing exclusive niche while I have got a bit of feeling yielding team before he going with you. Oh yes big aren't Africa's two threes so full credit Chris easy. He's got a very good on cast but I if you're interested I speak with football is like Chris Jibe Watson Nick Stun who's a former football that many listeners may not be aware of as pied up probably thirty gangs with Kilda an calling us on their list for while he's doing fantastic exciting things in the hospitality world of Newell with I think Knicks Up to about sixty st cafes ivory non North America an Andrew Wealth shoes a nine that people might be much more familiar with and he's on property impart so it's it's kind of conversations with people that come from the sporting world but also academics condemning and other professionals from all around the will and kind of drawing on their skills and expectation experiences to how we can improve decision making so ulysses might really luckily the side where I spoke with professor for the University of Pennsylvania Media Wharton School of business he does consulting works for NFL teams and one of his clients actually count ECON actually disclose who is a in a he helps them with drafts and recruit recruiting because so many people in the sporting world back they got in extinct views on pies and it comes back to that money bowl philosophy is to remove your emotions from investment decisions or recruiting decisions decisions and actually remove them entirely and by sites entirely on on the numbers and what the data says and with technology we can get deeper and deeper into the data to improve decision-making on very boss but I think that was a very interesting discussion on that and something that we can now i. I guess compared to what we want Australia well. The interesting thing is Mars podcast which talk about fell football's any investing is actually the complete opposite. They didn't invest in now. They do whatever they can to get past. That's actually know us to see someone who's into into the former is a much Taunton G. Get much free time when you applied. Did you get much free during the week yeah you do you get you get a dial awful awake and you can spend that however an increasing proportion of pies probably due do that again at tidally wrist in. I get that because with football comes a lot of pressure to perform h waken in Gaza snake to switch Shaw in in whatever why I do think it's poor box at the station of the XBOX H H die but I think if you can take either something in and build some skills whenever you do leave the game you'll be in a much better position for in law and I I actually y but I- Pied my best footie when I was busy and I wasn't thinking about football too much and that meant that seeking every bit of studying a bit of work in and now the style of awesome very grateful that I am either sacrifices all along when we we moved I chat and it was. We're pretty excited in order to get you on let let's delicious side that and then he that indeed that story is actually coke is he the pay blue on in the bubble bowl as you would say all get back allied. Zamani and thought applying Foodie in meetings. What else today to a link your is that mental that mental taxing aspect of it? I used to have more and more people coming out with mental health issues or were. They just as just as prevalent in your. Tom Rarely going back. You know Ye finished in two thousand sixteen threes from what it was just as prevalent but just no one had an avenue to talk about it or is it. It's hard for me to sign because it's something that's probably not spoken about so openly for the majority of mockery. It's much well-spoken about Nath. What what what gets hot as you drive your own? Korea and the best footballers are the ones that we'll do absolutely if any to improve themselves and often that means on your structured die off remains doing things that other guys so it's very hard to not do anything on your death for the majority career in majority of gossip. I Pied with it was die off but Goss would go and do extra his yet so you've gotta balance up the benefits of going in doing some extras inside museum recovery things at the same time guy will Let's let's focus in on some other areas for wall alter away from the guy at the swans. 'cause you sound like you're pretty driven. Who was the guy or were there anyone that you when you walked in inventory getting towards the end that you you just sit back and got a look authority was always going up at these guys are just focused. How do they do like accounts. applied cy five years with an eleven with swans. I would say the most driven Piatt that I played with would be Rana. Ronna case Ryan was fanatical about every aspect of his routine. He's thought he was incredibly driven. As you can imagine incredibly professional but hey he would look to every every aspect that he could get an age wanting not just food but every meal Lagaan. I'll usually have decide to a guy the small the median when it comes to a happy meal or something along those lines but is that how how he was yeah. Ron Ron was incredibly driven. I mean that in a car is probably a hot correlation with guys who feigns macysinc. I sink a talented superstars. Actually grads tribute is their attitude they work at the Adam goods someone that people speak about the freakish talented he's got and some of the things that he's done in guides six pied think for Eitan knees or something freaky shot that and run up to the end Woodsy was one of the I on the track in the Las dos it's the fanatical discipline in everything they do is never wavering consistently. the Meta half have applied on the way an is real focus in on being the best. I can improving improving each way well. One of those guys went through brand lowers the other goal. I WanNa Know Smith you thinking that might be doing in in. DC The flip saw where you just see people who've who've just oozing tell them a no matter what they do they just they just don't get it. Yeah and that's talent will often get many pious drafted but talent want get them a ten fifteen year career and it's it's funny as now consider myself as talented as many out there other gods that I've played football with but I do think which I had a pretty good work. I was willing to do hard things as willing to do boring things and Mike the Sacrifices. I think that's why I was had the career that I did. In who in the Model Auburn Game Cy Right now is Dan abry was an incredibly credibly hard work how they is. There's many out there when I think of hard work is coming from the swans hard work but from a different perspective he was one of your appreciate teammates. Alex Johnson now eight five five Rico Zell's thought on I think it was five constructions but tool to the ends at any rate instructions required multiple surgeries because they was the bond graphs naked to happen because ran out of prices to be able to decide muscle What Alex is paying through is it's incredible. which is mental resilience but you're exactly right? That's the attitude towards football so even when he's fully fit it was his position ply that was was out there running with the best of the midfielder's he's. I'm very sad with how he's I. NFL career ended but someone that I guess even opposition fans look from a fire and Ooh what a fantastic fantastic role model we will always actually Eddie's last game went unfortunately it was right in front of us the last one that happened and last year with one almost CD mites in ye could just often seen the MC g-go quality. I've seen the M. I'm. Cj Guy caught many tongs from a mobile perspective but that's usually because we're getting smacked but in this case you could just hear the egg at sucked out of it because you just knew straightaway. What happened to think that all of these Tom and he played in a couple of games in wasn't looking to bed and then for it to happen again. You just like the mental. We'll strength that someone would have to continually do that Tom and Tom Again. We worry about small little things. This is a guy who's career is virtually stopped stopped again for the sixth. Time blow boggles them on just trying to figure out if you to be a witness to that you must've feedback. It's just heavy. You do it yeah yeah. It's it takes a very resilient focused individual or a a quick question for you at off topic. You'll seven Brownlow Bites G. new. Do you remember which games you got. The I got my first three votes in my last game so that would be against West Coast starting a loss game Alaska. That would be a west coast. I got through against Richmond. They said I guess we have to five. I am one of this guy. I've applied Pyatt on Buddy Franklin at Danny says the kicked in and I was tagged in the law school up to second Jerry Kennedy got. Me Connecticut's meeting actually not only got one that game and then I got some parts against the when applied on wall and I felt bad bad about that 'cause make kilby that brand love I had forty one in a game and didn't get once I get him yet you take him at least on the Moth House with them Nikon die and would've gone of reflecting on on playing against each other so so often and he's a he's a ripping bog me down one of the first things he brought up. What about that time he got. Brad said Nicole is so embarrassed about that. GonNa take what I can get by them to to give you credit are We'll going on what you mentioned buddy. You mentioned Franklin Start Buddy. You mentioned do you just sit back and do you ever take a minute to look back applies at you around with with a ones at night when you were walking down just realizing whom who you're playing on at that particular moment because I know that I would have had at the same Lilac Tig which is just plan on tonight I. It's very kind of you to would that way when when buddy came to the swans and the deal was officially officially signed off buddy it takes two to welcome to the swans and I was very flattered when he replied back going hey. We don't need to plan each other anymore so he would. He may need to plant May..

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"jerry kennedy" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"jerry kennedy" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"What are we what are we battling with right now? I'm not sure little respiratory thing that I was maybe just our gi's. But now, it's we're kind of creeping into some other sips where I feel like I'm sick. I'm not just allergic to the pollen that's outside. So we'll get through it though. Okay. It's gonna it's getting a little worse before it gets better. But I think we're we're we'll come out. Well. Well, you know, they say it's always the darkest before the dawn. So hopefully, you are dealing with that right now, I appreciate you doing this regardless of how you are feeling. I wanna I wanna continue our discussion about UFC two thirty seven. I purposely did not ask near about Anderson Silva because you have just written a piece for ESPN dot com that urge people to read after they listen to us talk about it about Anderson Sylvan about this fight and about the state of his career and the direction of his career for those that may have missed it just before I ask you about it what what's the feces there? What were you trying to convey to the audience? You know, I was I was talking to you about you know, what are we gonna write about Anderson? So there how are we gonna cover up? Are. You know, do you wanna interview or actually how should we oppose this fight? And Jimmy this is like sort of the first fight that it just doesn't really feel right to me. I mean, we all know that Anderson Silva has been, you know, not really the Anderson Silva that we used to remember. But that's that's to be expected. You know, he lost his title that he had serious leg injury. And then he had you know, the failed drug tests you had to sit out for a while. Like don't want it expecting that. Or said do exactly the set of of old, you know, but, but I feel like a lot of these fights that he's had, you know, whether it was coveted fighting Daniel Corby short notice, I mean that was what a story that was you know, and and this being London. I mean, all these fights have really made sense even all the way up to the last one with the ETA Sonya because as I wrote my call like that would make sense, you know, that was almost like old Anderson versus new. Hurson, you know, this kid who kind of fights like him at grew up idolizing, this that was like the perfect passing of the torch bogut, and at anybody who watched that felt really good about it. You know, and it was it was beautiful to watch and it made sense. And now it's like okay now, he's fine. Jerry Kennedy here in Brazil, and I'm not even necessarily criticizing see for putting this fight together. I want to raise the point of like, hey, in in some ways Anderson's career is over you know, it's it's it's kinda done now. And now the only question left to answer exactly what the end is gonna look like. And I look at Anderson Silva differently than than just about anybody who has his competed in a sport. Even even in the recent years where his legacy has sort of changed. I still look at Anderson Silva as he needs something that that no one else has sport means, and I don't wanna see this guy is take random fights and end up on your other card for the next three years that would really kind of break, my heart watching that unfold. It kind of feels like this is maybe the first step towards that direction. So I just wanted to pointed out that, hey, we'd have a conversation about Anderson Silva because the time to have is is right now..

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"jerry kennedy" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"jerry kennedy" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"What are we what are we battling with right now? I'm not sure little respiratory thing that I was maybe just our gi's. But now, it's we're kind of creeping into some other sips where I feel like I'm sick. I'm not just allergic to the pollen that's outside. So we'll get through it though. Okay. It's gonna it's getting a little worse before it gets better. But I think we're we're we'll come out. Well. Well, you know, they say it's always the darkest before the dawn. So hopefully, you are dealing with that right now, I appreciate you doing this regardless of how you are feeling. I wanna I wanna continue our discussion about UFC two thirty seven. I purposely did not ask near about Anderson Silva because you have just written a piece for ESPN dot com that urge people to read after they listen to us talk about it about Anderson Sylvan about this fight and about the state of his career and the direction of his career for those that may have missed it just before I ask you about it what what's the feces there? What were you trying to convey to the audience? You know, I was I was talking to you about you know, what are we gonna write about Anderson? So there how are we gonna cover up? Are. You know, do you wanna interview or actually how should we oppose this fight? And Jimmy this is like sort of the first fight that it just doesn't really feel right to me. I mean, we all know that Anderson Silva has been, you know, not really the Anderson Silva that we used to remember. But that's that's to be expected. You know, he lost his title that he had serious leg injury. And then he had you know, the failed drug tests you had to sit out for a while. Like don't want it expecting that. Or said do exactly the set of of old, you know, but, but I feel like a lot of these fights that he's had, you know, whether it was coveted fighting Daniel Corby short notice, I mean that was what a story that was you know, and and this being London. I mean, all these fights have really made sense even all the way up to the last one with the ETA Sonya because as I wrote my call like that would make sense, you know, that was almost like old Anderson versus new. Hurson, you know, this kid who kind of fights like him at grew up idolizing, this that was like the perfect passing of the torch bogut, and at anybody who watched that felt really good about it. You know, and it was it was beautiful to watch and it made sense. And now it's like okay now, he's fine. Jerry Kennedy here in Brazil, and I'm not even necessarily criticizing see for putting this fight together. I want to raise the point of like, hey, in in some ways Anderson's career is over you know, it's it's it's kinda done now. And now the only question left to answer exactly what the end is gonna look like. And I look at Anderson Silva differently than than just about anybody who has his competed in a sport. Even even in the recent years where his legacy has sort of changed. I still look at Anderson Silva as he needs something that that no one else has sport means, and I don't wanna see this guy is take random fights and end up on your other card for the next three years that would really kind of break, my heart watching that unfold. It kind of feels like this is maybe the first step towards that direction. So I just wanted to pointed out that, hey, we'd have a conversation about Anderson Silva because the time to have is is right now..

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"jerry kennedy" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

12:15 min | 2 years ago

"jerry kennedy" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Powered by town fair tire. And nobody beats town fair tire. Nobody we're getting ready for more Murray state, which is probably the featured game or any of the game so far because everybody's waited for this game, John Moran. And obviously the three point shooting led by Howard of Marquette. How the two flashy guards to Moran does when he tries to put his stamp and lift his team as some other guys have done in the past in the NCAA tournament. So. They get ready to play that game. Kansas has got a seventeen eleven lead on northeastern. Maryland came out the second half and with an explosion. And now leads Belmont by two and Michigan state opened up a seven point lead to have Bradley come right back and is called the timeout. Boy, he's blistering esteem, I can tell not looking for another one of those two fifteen losses that followed him around. He told me for six months. He said he for six months that loss following them. And he's a guy who is known to be Mr. March know, he has done better. He has elevated his team by performance the certain guys who do great Jairus was always a great tournament. Coach in that their team would always over chief. If you had a team that just got in the tournament went to games team that had any change know four games. Michigan say, it's always been a team that has advanced that sees more than anybody else. In terms of what the seed was and how much better they've played. But he did have that bad law school years ago, which was called them to until last year by Virginia two years ago called the worst loss in the history NCA tournament and right now, he's not thrilled. And he was really tearing into his team big major tearing into his team here during this time out. I'm really going crazy on his players. Jerry and massapequa. What's up? The the. Game. Was you know, people wanna talk about foul up. That's fine. But even if you decide that you're gonna fat you can't foul before they cross the half court line. Now, you you cannot win a game is a three point game. You cannot extend the game. Cannot fifteen seconds left. It's usually that debate is usually inside five seconds, not with fifteen seconds left. Why would you extend the game there? Plus, you found your better player out of the game you needed him and and one more question. So you're saying basically that Diane is Tim tebow basketball north. No, no, no, no. No, no. As the best college. I've seen in years. So you said hope Diane you said he's the best college play. I have seen in years back member. His. Wonderful is a wonderful cows play. If that does not make him a great college player. Not every not every great. There's been so many great college players who did not become great close was Christian late near a great pro is one of the greatest college players who ever lived was Bill, Bradley, a great crow. He was as good a college player who ever lived. There were many college players who are the gr- some of the greatest players of all time in college. Not great pros. One has nothing to do with the other. And there were guys who made no Mark on college. Like Shaquille O'Neal made no more college. And then the pros went crazy. No, mark. So it's not always the it's not always college player in college that automatic how play plays in the pros. Tim Duncan's teams never won anything at wake anything. People didn't even talk that much about Tim Duncan. The pros became one ten best players of all time. Four years awake. No one ever talked about him. Dominic in Brooklyn. What's up Dominic? I know you what's happening. Back in seventy two high school championship game at the stadium Yankee Stadium. I'm listening. Dugout was with Jerry Kennedy and getting ready to snap a photo of them. We got good stuff going on today. We don't need to hear this nonsense. Bill and Windsor. What's up Bill? Hey, mike. How are ya? Let's have back in the days. When Bill Walton was most famous college basketball player in the country. I think that the second most famous player might have been Ernie eager. Guardia Bill Walton was. Was as good a player as he would have been one of the greatest of all time, if you'd have stayed healthy. Now, Ernie diggers the perfect guy, Ernie Gregorio was an unbelievable one of my favorite college players of all time same here. It was not going to be a good pro. Now, he he had a good rookie year with buffalo. But then they really didn't amount. Much of anything. Hey, one has nothing Christian Leitner, nobody. Nobody played veteran college in Christian later, right? Cushion late is without question. You could make a case of crucial late is one of the five most important college players of all time. Yes. Shots in college basketball history when ten for ten and ten for ten in that game ten for ten and ten for ten. Okay. The guy the guy was as good as you could possibly be in college. Dominated the sport. Doesn't mean you dominate the NBA. Bradley back out front. Fifty three fifty two fifteen league changes to tell you what kind of game that's been. Now you start to take that game. Seriously. You know, why? Because Michigan state separated from the once and Bradley came back. That's why. So now you've got to take the game. Seriously. I will get you to the end of that game. You're driving home. You will hear it? You'll hear the last five minutes if it's close, okay? In the next five minutes. Maybe Michigan state is gonna throw them out break. It open always capable of happening. If it doesn't I promise we will take you there because that is an enormous enormous. You at everybody on television, every guy who does one of those halftime pregame shows say how outrageous it was where the NCAA committee seated. Michigan state. What are they going to say? This is the first. Plus it will make that bracket. So saw for Duke. It's insane. But you know, what doesn't mean it's going to happen right now, Bradley as the lead. But I'll tell you something is you can tell is not is just for him to be as worried is. He is right now is not a good sign. David the Bronx. What's up? Dave. I'm mike. Mike goes, no doubt that this is probably the blonde James this most disappointed season as a pro. I think it was very predictable. Dave, I think the year was very predictable. I think I think this year. Probably going to be this way. Not for the future. Do you think they should stay with the talent? And just go for one. Maybe stuck superstar. No, I listen. I think that they have to build a team that complements LeBron. That's all they have to do. They don't have to get the best player. They have to get players that complement. Lebron? Having other point guards on the team is stupid having you need players who do you need a rim protector. You need a rebounder. And you need two to three and shoot guys who can catch the ball and shoot it and that team will win. That's how it has to be built because that's how you complement. Lebron James to put point is the dumbest thing in history. Because what's the guy going to do? He's going to stand there. So the bottom line is here's what should have happened a while ago. This should have been no fooling around here. They should've shut them down for the year. And let him get rest. He has played three extra seasons. I let him have a fresh legs next year and next year. He can attack the season and have an MVP season had his best year in ten years because he won't have had played all these other crazy stressful games for months he'll feel like he's had a year off. And that's the best thing to be fooling around with hand playing these games. Even having him play the game at the garden. The other day. Why put him in a position to play that game? So you know, what the gone he's gonna play. And I understand they wrote LeBron had the worst quarter of his career. You think that's the worst quarter career is a quarter in a game? That means nothing against the Knicks at twelve o'clock on a Sunday. I mean, come on. I think he's playing in a couple of more important games that. And Hoboken, what's up? Hey, Mike, and in my I know a lot of people think the masters is the best four days in sports after me. This is the best four days in store, and you know, watching this Michigan state Bradley game. I watch a ton of big ten basketball fan, and is what you get to the under eight time out. This is where it's really important to watch. Because this right now is when they usually start pulling away. Well, he, but he went to the whip four minutes ago. And that's why he was fresh. I saw when he went to the whip. And I saw they went to the whip. They went to the whip at the twelve minute Mark at a twelve minute timeout. They went to the whip, and they opened up a seven point lead. And when they came back on them. That's when he lashed out at them big time because he wasn't expecting that. He thought he had broken the first first plateau is five second plateau. Is it getting up eight or nine the bottom line is he thought okay now, I'm three possessions ahead. I'm fine. They came right back and got the lead. And he was like, wait a second guys. Let's not realize we lose this game. Now. Okay team is that team has taken that team has taken the lead on seventeen different times in the game. Today. So the bottom line is he hasn't been able to shake them. And now you've got seven minutes left. It wants to get this over with you don't wanna be playing to possession game. I hear you. And I think you're totally right about Zion too. I can't wait to see John Mirant because that's the guy. I really want the Moran. It has is got perfect perfect. No brainer. NBA skills. He's going to be a terrific NBA player unless something happens, some physically he's got everything you want an MBA every he's he's game is perfectly perfectly sculpted to the NBA. Mike in Brooklyn. What's up, Mike? It's of towering here. Do this do that. I know everybody predicts them to win to win it all he's making three they have three guys on here. They have three guys who are going to be top top number one in twenty twelve and people seem to have a short memory people. Don't wanna listen you can use. You can you can lose in this tournament. You can lose you can lose in this tournament eight tournament set up to give you a scare. I mean, that's the idea. It's not four out of seven. You know, they the bottom line is. Listen. Well, nobody knew who he was. It can happen. Even have three superstar nobody Dr name. Listen is to say, it doesn't mean anything is silly the bottom line is you can have to have a hell of an effort to beat them like Kentucky took the undefeated team in the best team. But you know, what the best team doesn't always win in these tournaments. It's one and done. You have one bad ten minutes period. You lose. Think of Michigan state and Bradley played ten times Bradley is gonna win what to..

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"jerry kennedy" Discussed on The MMA Beat

The MMA Beat

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"jerry kennedy" Discussed on The MMA Beat

"There's some fun featherweights sixteen fairly but sixteen men now, I'm just have a couple of questions here. Very successful weight grand prix, this welterweight one is fantastic. The spirit of it is they have to fight each other. No matter what ends up even the old man heavyweight won't list fun idea of with challenged played Vader. What's it gonna look like that's fun? But if we start doing it in every division now, we're going up to. Sixteen guys does building revenue start to get so much ex in the mail for his original idea. I mean, we kinda crapped on that original idea vision and Coker came in and changed it and kind of went into carnival belt or mode for wild had a lot of TV success, but man affiliate. We're going back full on revenue house. Okay with that. Once a year. I like it. I think it's more coal as long as it's not though soul way of matchmaking because that's what the Bearn revenue era was. But I think I think sixty might be too much. I think you get eight of the best at any division once a year. I think that's perfect. How about we just do a Bill tour open way sixty four man tournament March met as it is. If they did it where they like the bike, marks paneth's. Like, we're the two most exciting days of March madness is the Thursday in the Friday, right? It's eight million games going on at once. And you're like checking your brackets if they did a Friday Saturday, or they went all the way down. So they so they pared down the sixteen all at once to a degree not all at once. But like. That would be that that Scott told area on the ESPN that his idea was to do all eight all all sixteen guys would fight on the same day. And then he cracked himself and said, we'll wait maybe we'll do a Friday Saturday. So that's not that's. Denny what's under the radar UC to thirty seven Anderson Silva's returning against Jerry Kennedy near fight that I didn't see. I don't think anybody else did. Because I think Anderson Silva is at a point right now where you can do fun fights with them. I I don't, you know, money fights put them up against guys that you know, that are. I think that's why it's exciting. But I don't think Jared Kennedy. Sure, he beat David branch and look very impressive in his last outing unless he's not, you know, he doesn't carry the same star power or field out, for example at assign you it was carrying or or some of the older guys that have been fighting for forever. So not not particularly my Cup of tea. But nonetheless, I think you know, it is in his hometown. So there's that and you know, if he gets a win, it'd be maybe a nice way to retire. I don't know. But the dinner like the the magic. No this matchup subs. Yeah. I. I like him. But this is the Derek all over again. It doesn't make any sense unless this is the retirement then with the banner in the party and he's going away. I think I think it's it's just just that that he he wanted wanted at at one one more. more in Brazil. I think that's really what it is for me under the radar. If you guys didn't see it not the entirety of more cons lawsuit against the UFC in brockley Dana white was dismissed, but the majority of it all except for essentially good faith claims all of the doping claims were thrown out, including with prejudice..

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"jerry kennedy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"jerry kennedy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The rule. A very different Walker. Shame manatee very different knock on the doors and talk to the pro football hall of famers. Knock on the door. Man. I had to go see coach and bring my playboy. Different knock as well. And I guess going through this experience. Now, you mentioned this the third time around for you and getting in on this one, and I have to imagine there's a lot of thought back on your career. You get so many people looking back on your career talking. Glowing about things that happened for you along the way. But I'm always curious with guys that are so great where you make it to the hall of fame. Is there ever a moment where you know? This is possible we all go into football with dreams. But is there ever a moment along the way, and you're pro career where you go man, I could be this kind of player, I might be entering into being one of the true greats. Yeah. So I I really thought I said the bar, you know, my rookie year, and it was one of those days without did interviews that was like, you know, my goal is the one day. Goes to the pro football hall of fame or be or player hall of fame level. And that was awesome. It go outside of when it championships. Oh my team and helped win championships. So that was always in my mind. But I think the real moment when I knew that I can play this game is early in my career. I was playing against Jerry Rice, the go. And I used to play tricks myself. I would like, you know, what if I'm playing Jerry Rice if he'd beat me hail rook he's opposed to win would've I wear. Hello. Lemaire? So I had no pressure at all you know, what I played against. Biker urban area, right? I will bury Sanders a preseason game where you thought bad. You couldn't tell me. No. You know what I mean? So I was like, you know, what I'm supposed to be here. And I gave me the confidence. When Jerry Kennedy say man, you could play man you damn good player. That's all I needed to hear..

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"jerry kennedy" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

10:51 min | 2 years ago

"jerry kennedy" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Comical the graphics that are used someone got paid to do that today. And it's laughable here you go. These are rules for development and operation of shared, small vehicle mobility, systems, very big title there. My friend vary. There's now a director for development and operation of shared small vehicle mobility systems, well on scooters, if you've been at fifteen or twenty or fifty or one hundred thousand scooters, I guess you need a director imagine going to the wine bar and meeting someone what do you do well on the director for development and operation of shared, small vehicle mobility systems. Oh, you tell people where to put their scooters. Can I tell you what happened to me an hour ago an hour ago hit or Rio Grande neckbrace at a meeting? And this dude is coming twenty miles an hour, and I kind of move out of the way, but to this young man's credit. He said excuse me, sir. As he almost crush me. Excuse me, sir. It was a friendly friendly scooter rider, come all. But it was made a mistake. Let him hit you. Let him hit you. Now. This guy was young Deepak. I do. Yeah. I couldn't forget him. I could let him hit you. If you survive, you're going to get rich. If he kills you your family is going to be fine. Let him hit you. That's my legal advice today. I bet you most lawyers would say the same thing everybody. Let them hit you snap judgment decision to get in front argest duck away and duct away. Ducked away from the calamity the. Michael Cohen, the Wall Street Journal is that way does that fake or real news? The Wall Street Journal tend to believe it is real news real never know, though is that left wing or not they own FOX. Okay. Michael Cohen, it's reported by the Wall Street Journal the fake one trick one hired an IT firm to rig online polls in favor of Donald Trump ahead of the two thousand sixteen election and instructed the company to create the women for Cohen Twitter account to brag how sexually attractive traffic tractive. He is Hello ladies, Trump's then attorney paid fifty thousand dollars to the Smith follow this one. You talk about an interesting group of characters the group involved in this. This is shot. Oh, gosh. Now, I I don't doubt for a second that in politics or maybe. Elsewhere people are higher to rig online account. I'm online pulse. I don't deny that. I know I have to hire someone to do it and get a six pack of beer and somebody said just hit. Yes. A thousand times, but I'm sure that's not that out of the ordinary. This group went is just ridiculous. The bag my gosh, he pay paid the firm fifty thousand dollars to a small tech firm run by liberty university staffers to help distort online polls on CNBC and the drudge report. Yeah. Okay. First of all, you don't have to distort anything on the drudge report. Report is the drudge report. Why there it's the drudge go fix it? Elsewhere would have some influence. Cohen confirmed and claimed it was carried out quote at the direction and benefit of Donald J Trump. Red Fench solutions. The Wall Street Journal fake news reports founder John Gallagher wrote a computer script to repeatedly vote for Trump. This is by the way, one of the polls was named the top business people in the United States. Okay. Can that's the polling question? Yeah. I don't know how that's going to help him. But okay, let's say that it does you got paid fifty thousand dollars to rig the poll. So Trump would win would be selected as. The best business person in the United States. He was unable to get in the top one hundred. I can't believe that. I can't believe you one hundred. I'm not I'm not paying you. Then you can look top five maybe top ten you get outside the top ten. I'm not paying you. What kind of rigged poll run one very much rig? But the funny thing. All right. Then it gets better. Oh about the money. That's that's a good port Gallagher is the chief information officer at Virginia's liberty university. Jerry Falwell Anjelica Christian college run by Jerry, followed junior. Yeah. Michael Cohen helped arrange Falwell junior's endorsement of Trump k now you wanna tell me how the three of them have anything in common. Well, he is well, I would credit Jerry Falwell and liberty university or giving the president. He is right. Evangelical street cred because if Jerry Falwell JR. Christian college does Michael Cohen need to be on. Well, lightning should strike. Are you kidding? He went to liberty university. They carry a lot of stroke or no with evangelical in when Jerry Falwell junior says I endorse this man, Ted Cruz announce for president there. Everybody goes liberty university. George Bush's go to liberty university. Hey, gave him St George Bush can Michael Cohen, Donald Trump. Really? What is it studio? Fifty four strip club. Those guys are walking around that campus. Are you doing great to see how you doing great? Braves. The lord. All right. Then it gets better. It does get what a cast of characters. I'm about the bag the bag. Here comes the journal, which is fake or real. I don't know which was fake Wall Street Journal fake real. All right. Gallagher said he believed he was do fifty thousand dollars. This is kind of a standard operating process of Cohen and Trump just don't pay and they don't care. But he was promised fifty thousand dollars alongside a promise of lucrative work with the president elect but Cohen handed him, quote, a blue WalMart bag containing between twelve and thirteen thousand dollars in cash and a boxing glove that goes said had been warned by Brazilian mixed. Martial arts fighter. Yeah. What does that mean? Well, it's good to see you got this glove. That's worth thirty. That we pay a little more on the bag cash. This guy is. I assume close to Jerry falwell's office with a sack of cash and boxing glove. Twelve to thirteen thousand dollars and a boxing glove. Walmart back. Listen, if I donate to liberty university. I'm not okay with this relationship. This is flaming. Yeah. They say, not okay. All right. I don't know that it's criminal. I doubt. I bet you plenty of people try to fix online polls. I suspect they do a better job than this outfit. They can't even get the guy the top one hundred. And then again, anyone maybe they did a great job. But then it'd be bed with Michael Cohen and sacks of cash and boxing gloves. And this guy is the PR guy for liberty university. Yeah. He's he's. Yeah. That's good PR. Never once PR director. Do you think man? I dunno. Our alumni happy to call this. I don't think I should be doing this. This would not be good PR yet. Your PR ended up in the Wall Street Journal. Yeah. Nice job. And does liberty university know that he's got a second job with this red Finch solutions LLC. Besides being the chief information officer, and he's not very good at it. And it gets paid in cash, which by the way, can we talk to the IRS to we're at it. Yeah. In cash. The things you guys do there. Just for cash. Let's talk. Usually dealing with Michael Cohen is a red flag to begin with a sack of cash. Mike Cohen is kind of a kiss of death and a boxing glove. Wouldn't you think this this great leader of men from liberty university, which they hold on here. I can't I've got a I've got a corporation. I've got an LLC I cannot accept this money. Yeah. Exactly, are you would think somebody who worked for him would say listen this guy works for Trump. I don't know what his story is Cohen wants me to rig polls and pay me in cash. Listen young, man. That's not going to be a good. Look that's not how we do things here. And even if I told you to do it, and you got caught doing that. It would look terrible for us. We have to answer to a lot of people that have ethics. No the answers now. I don't know what you're gonna do on your own time. But you're not going to do that here. And you're not going to get paid a sack of cash a sack and that guy's bad news. All right. Saka cash. Yes. Is that criminal fixing the polls, probably not, no. Is it laughable logo? Yeah. It's laughable. It's real laughable when your man's not in the top five two hundred it'd make the top one hundred five hundred but the part that shouldn't be laughable is you know, how exactly Jerry Falwell answers to come on. Come on, Ed, Jerry, Kennedy better you've got to do better. This should make us all feel better. It's not that surprising. We're not going to change anything Americans. Now, spend forty two percent of waking hours staring at screens, which is not good for your neck and your head. I read today is this article you're talking about. Yeah. Not good. Listen. I I don't think any of us will deny that. I'm almost surprised. It's only forty two percent. Those of us that don't sleep. It's got to be higher than that. I don't know. Well, I don't know that just that is all that awful. I think what matters is what we're staring at sixty two percent of the time. If you.

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