18 Burst results for "Jim Knight"
Using LinkedIn to build your business and brand with Scott Aaron
"I'd love to do. We're going to deeper into linked jan and how you've been leveraging in using it because what we're saying to people is look leave untapped opportunity on link jin to really take the time now to build those connections because the seeds that you start to so now i going to come as you develop a nurture that just like farming going to seed and sprout and what you do now is going to impact many months down the track which is cost. Scott is what happened she you but before we move on sometimes we do need to plow that field a little bit talk about some of the ways that you overcame some of those obstacles new sites. Actually you'll superpower because sometimes when we are sitting in that situation off want now. Everything feels and seems hopeless. We're not able to take on any new learnings. That really could be the solution to moving forward because what happened to you. of course. it's taken that trajectory in a whole other area. Which now you'll specializing in. So what are a few words of advice some insights maybe around becoming obstacles that that becomes a superpower being resilient and that that can sort of late to successes and then i think jive deeper into to the link. Jim but what are some Insights you wanna share here. Well it actually. It all came about two different things so just four and a half years ago. I filed for personal bankruptcy. And i am i i. I don't believe you can go any lower. The net point now to preface. That i had a successful coaching practice. I had a successful online wellness practice but the gym was failing. It was losing about three thousand dollars a month. I was the personal guarantor of the lease and for business owners. That don't know what that means. When you're the personal guarantor of the lease your financially responsible for every dollar. It's owed on that least whether it succeeds or fails and that was about four hundred and fifty thousand dollars of liability debt. That was in my name. And i met with my business attorney and he said listen. You got two choices. You can continue having your two successful businesses fund. You're failing one or you can file for personal. Bankruptcy have cleaned sate slate and start your life now and when he painted that picture for me. There was no hesitation. A lot of people. That may be here that they're like all my guide. I might be faced with filing for bankruptcy. I didn't hear your life is going to be over. I heard your life is about to begin. Because this emory this was my opportunity over an eighteen year period that i was finally able to start doing things on my own my own way painting the picture that i wanted to paint carving the path that i wanted to carve people think that life is a straight line. Life is not a straight line there. Are you know again. We're in a very unprecedented time rate now in globally a lot of people have. There's been a lot loss. There's been lives lost. There's been Relationships lost there's been memories and precious time with loved ones that are lost but again we've all been through our own form of personal pandemics whether it's divorce whether it's bankruptcy whether it's cutting ties with family member whatever it is but the one thing that always kept me going was knowing that i couldn't control anything that has happened. Can't control it. It's early in the past. And i can't worry too much about the future because it hasn't happened yet and remember reading. A book called the power of now by eckhart totally and he talks about just and and this is m read. This is my the foundation. That i always come back to whenever there's a wall kicking moment whenever there's a hiccup with something that's going on. He says in this book. There's three types of people there's people that live in anxiety there's people that live in fear and there's people that live in peace. The people that live in anxiety are the ones that are constantly replaying the tapes of their past that are keeping them where they don't want to be the people that in fear are the ones that are so fearful of. What has it happened yet. They are paralyzed with what's going on right now. And then there's the people that live in peace and the people that live in peace are the ones that are living in the time period. That is the only time in our life that we can actually control which is the now the present moment which we are in rate at this time so when i started to think about that i knew no matter what was going to be thrown at me. There is a solution for every problem. And you hear it. All the time live in the solution. Don't live in the problem if it's already happened. Okay i'm going to work through this. There's a there's a way to figure this whole thing out and i had to remain grounded. And that is what's really enabled me to continue to thrive whether there's a pandemic or not it's allowed me to overcome those obstacles. I'm not saying that there is no emotional scars. We all have. We always carry around emotional scars. But it's how we process and handle them and grow from them and it's also allowed me to become resilient it's allowed me to understand and take conceptually know that no matter what the universe is throwing at me it's going to propel me to something greater and i look forward to those challenges because we are challenged when something is thrown our way and we are growing. We become better definitely and you being in the background. The jim knight building muscle. When you're lifting you tearing muscle a posh to make wine. You'll crushing those grades. And so to build resilience. You have resilience muscle. Guess what in asia guy challenges and obstacles to be able to learn and grow and because of that you'll now able to share how you you'll leveraging linking because that was something that the kind of apparent to you. Hey i can connect with all of these people. So what i've got. I've got gone in john beforehand. Is i have actually let me. Just see if i can bring this on. Looked you up on lincoln and they guy we've got. Your leak did profile so i'll go. That might be nice to have been. But you know you talk about the best use of linked into build your business and brand. What would you say have been some of the key insights. You've learned through leveraging region. Some of the how. To's that really have made a significant difference in how you have leverage in the outcomes that you and your clients are now getting through using this platform. So i called the layer cake of lincoln and the four best practices or best things that you can understand the way that i call it. A layer cake is because there's a big layer medium layer small layer and then a tiny layer and the big layer is your profile. This is this is where people get to know who you are and what you do and actually if you scroll down a little bit and maria on my profile you'll see under the highlighted the featured information rate. They're on the right hand side. There's an optimize linked in. It's it's a free download That i have where it helps. People start to optimize a pdf. That goes over the specific sections. And i always talk about making sure that you have a clear and present headshot you have a background photo that is branded to you. the about me section which is very very important and the two best tips that i can give you for the about me. Section number one Actually three making sure. It's in first person you don't want it in third person. Make sure it's in first person number to make sure it's two to three hundred words in length that is leading the reader of your profile. No here's what i do. Here's how i do it. And here's what i do for clients and finally a call to action. So is there a website you can direct them to. Is there an email. They can contact you out so if you go to the bottom of that you will see that. I put a call to action. Connect with me here. Reach out to me here. Give people somewhere to go. The experience action is also very important because the experience section. It really allows you to pudding key words and what people don't understand is there's something called seo embedded all over our profile which means search engine optimization so are linked in profile so emory if you open up another window and you just go on google and i i always do this with people and you open up another window and you just type in my name and you type in scott aaron One of the first things. That's going to come up with a google result on the first page is my latent profile. And are you talking. Yes and why. That's so powerful. So that means that you're profiles because microsoft obviously works in conjunction with yahoo with being with google so now when people are searching on google the redirected back to your page. So you can see rate there. My linked in profile is the third result on there.
"jim knight" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast
"That's actually a really cool name that that last name we were talking before the podcast <hes> the the actual spelling of of that name share share what that is again because i i always i always love stuff like this when names are altered to make them more palatable for like us americans and so my grandfather was a encyclopedia britannica salesman and he had a hard time with people pronouncing r last name because because the original spelling is m. y. N. ceesay y. w. o. r. it still sounds like menswear but it's just it was so difficult and people got tongue tied when they see he sees is that scissor schism inches a year war so he changed it to what it sounded like which is funny. I still have relatives relatives that spell it the old way and we always laugh about that but i'll fantastic <hes> restaurant you put that as the as the name when they tried to call it out for a reservation just sit uh-huh watched him for the name that sounds really. I wonder what that's not even close. <hes> let's fantastic that's good that's good good and and and he has a really that's a beautiful web page. Thanks a great information on there. There's a lot of video links and they're so sure wanna see you and hear some bits in pieces of some of your talks. They can do that if they even go on youtube. I imagine if they search your name on youtube. They'd be able to find some your music sure absolutely are there anything with big kettle drum anything with fort pastor f. o. r._t. Pastor either either one of those. You'll find album upon album. I mean if you have spotify pandora there. We have our own stations. They're all there. You can go and listen to us there as well. So wherever you are listening to music you can find us and you're going to be a podcast or here in the amihai joining the joining the fold here with you but yes <hes> myself on my business partner. Jim knight have a podcast called thoughts that rock that is going going to start july twenty seventh and it is basically based. It's a thirty minute podcast that reveals the best advice you've ever been given so. We have one guest every episode and we talk about the best advice they've ever been given. We respond to that. We share them one of the best piece of advice we've ever been given so you get to nuggets for every thirty minutes and hopefully it makes your when you're not listening to this podcast..
"jim knight" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast
"We definitely agree with dense statement there. So I actually climbs have upgrade features where if they want to upgrade the contract it goes through some grace periods. So they can only upgrade the contract by kind of announcing an upgrade and then two weeks today can actually upgraded. So I think that something I mean, even though I I would like such things to be most ended is. I think than something that people can adult fatty quickly. It comes to visit this advantage that if you have to do some emergency upgrade, then that won't be so off, but. To me, the upgrades really conflict with this whole immutability idea. And therefore, I think they should be restricted somewhat significantly. So I am I'm definitely in favor of some some good handing and interior than then, very senators. Protests can happen right interior can say, okay. First of all, I'm announcing this upgrade. Now someone's going to review this code, and then approved that this particular coach now that we have sued ex coat hash in the as in as in the EDM instruction. The off the upgrade happened the exchange actually check that upgrade happened correctly. And then afterwards, otherwise token. So in theory things could be nice. But I guess we with for the way from that. I think part of that I want to bring up like a dealing with. Permission list systems. We can't enforce at the technical level. The these things people could do whatever the hell they want. And we're another experiment in this in this entire thing is social consensus. And what we choose as the right thing to do or safe thing to do at a social level. And maybe even appropriately labeled socially emergent, consensus what exchanges. Choose to listen. How this you solicitous up to their opinion. And then how the community interacts of that thing of at the end of the day gives us an idea of what everyone is doing is the right thing to do will kind of. But like that's part of the experiment these things because their permission list is that any individual or company can do whatever they want. It's up to the entire community to decide. What's the right thing to do, and that's usually shown through where money flows, and how it flows so mention that one of the best references for building a system for time. Lock upgrades is the Jim Knight dollar. It's one of the talks that was given our December. Empire acting where we have some video and slides, and I would love more companies building upgrade systems reference that in their own design. On this. We have the ongoing discussion about how much to share how much to publish. The good thing about theorem is like you have this year. Sees right ear see twenty. It's not an e IP twenty that is something which is a standard. No, which people agreed on by showing that it's actually a very good thing to do. And I'm actually in favor of having something like that fog credibility, just by practice. Just by saying, look, this is a standard we follow. Not because the EV 'em forces us to do. But because the consensus for goot coat is like that though. Not everyone follows the add functionality to it so on and so forth. That's more like a standardized minimal functionality in in practice. Exactly and other ones might might be more about. Some practices on how how how do you have to handle your keys, right? No, one talks about this. It's it's of course, we sometimes he from you get hacked just in the traditional way. And then awesome. Well, what did you do with your private keys? Well, I have this computer day on computer. This is security doesn't stop only on this level and what's practice stop there..
"jim knight" Discussed on SOFREP Radio
"We just don't like you say, we were told is not a chance of whatever, but deep inside we have all kinds of skills. It goes on noted. And I think I think the all that I'm in at least starting to catch up and realize that we have leadership abilities. They do wanna hold you down on the back. But because one of our things if we can hold of something like sink our teeth in it and run with it. And we have to get that team concept with people that are used. To hash fourth today. Yeah. So yeah, it's totally different. But I think we're getting better. So Jim as as I mentioned earlier because I do want to get into this for those who don't know the two of you have a ton of history together Dale on yourself. I love to know the origin of that. How did you guys meet? How did you guys? Yeah. For any together. Let me let me start. Let me start with that. Right. How actually began so back in. Nineteen ninety-two. I'd come back from us and my son at the time was four years old. He was just freaking in love with the ninja turtles, man. He he wanted to be up to be a ninja. Totally right. He loved the karate stuff in. So sounds like nineteen eighty six I relate to that fully. So he wanted to. So he wanted to do martial arts, and I had grown up in the martial arts. You know? And so I had a background in it. But so I decided well let me find him to school go to. So I I took them to the YMCA, right? Taekwondo class in. And basically, it was a daycare right all the little John was running around by attaching to teachers ended up there doing his Bellary, and moose, but nobody was nobody cared. The parents would drop the kids off and go do whatever they do for an hour. And I just was chaos, and it usually is what you have a bunch of three or four year olds running around classroom with no suit, also division. You know? So anyways, I got I mean right there from that YMCA I walked over to the pay phone. On a payphone. We had cell phones that town have a win. So I called I called another guy mutual friend of gyms in the gym. And I said, dude, I said I said what can I go to for martial arts training from Sunday and right away. He just told we thought Jim Wests many school of a, you know, and we sang praises. So they're not turn out. Call Jim at his school is we're open come on down right now. You know, so I grabbed my son which of the car we go to the school, right? And I walk in and there's like maybe ten or fifteen kids out there on the floor. And it got these padded wiffle ball, bats, right? And a shootout writer just go to town. Laughing and having fun, but they're fighting the weapons, and and so, you know, wow. You know, what you'd like? Basically through my kid through the fray, you know, swinging and I could tell that join himself, and that's an okay now, this is more like what I'm talking about. You know, got got real contact. These kids are fighting. This is what I want for my kid, you know. And so Jim Knight talked about it. And that's okay, man. You know, what I'm going to bring my son here. Hell I'm gonna do it to you know, why? So we both started come to Jim started are train with Jim West End up man, we train with Jim for a long time. I tell my son was seventy got his first degree black belt from Jim. Probably got minor in the same time. I think and you know, we we stay with Jim. As long as accurate member. Man till we moved are different. You know, I had to on can move out fable JIMBO, Don actually went up to Virginia. So that's how it all got started. And. You know, the interesting thing about Jim west. The first after I met you west, right? It was a weird home and literally had nightmares about this guy. About Jim west, right? 'cause I'd heard all the stories, right? All bar fights stores. Benefits and..
"jim knight" Discussed on Science Friday
"Well, you know, I mean, these things were if as I think also communicate in the movie these fighter pilots, test pilots were very familiar with losses because they had been at air force bases. And many of their colleagues were, you know, not making it back home from test flight. So in many ways they were used to it. But nobody's really used to losses. Like that. In specially losing a child is something they'll be really know unless it's happened to them. But I think those things deeply affected Armstrong to degree that we can say, and those those things were communicated really effectively in the movie in a way that I thought was really poignant and powerful, Mary we, you know, we really don't usually see the personal side, if an astronaut films Apollo thirteen we saw some of it. But it was really the the heroic victory of getting back. Right. Yeah. For me. I think a lot of these space foams tend to be focused more on Spencer of what the country is is going through or the nationalism aspect of it and the pride that these people bring. To the country. But for me the refreshing part about this movie was that it was really about him. It was really about Neil in his struggle, and sort of how many ways like death was kind of haunting him, and that's something that I don't think that most people think about when they're thinking about the early days at the space race or even today, it is incredibly dangerous undertaking because we are a lot of engineering geeks around here, and we'd like to know about what things got the movie gone wrong. What do you think Mariam the movie? Wibble? After you. But the anything jump out at you. I don't know if anything in particular jumped out, I would say that final scene. I had a lot of questions about historical accuracy, and whether or not he actually could've carried what he carried out to that crater and done what he did at the crater. Jumps out. I've got a caveat. This is a movie it's not a documentary. So I wasn't necessarily vigilant for these kinds of things. But I something some things stood out. For example, the insides of the space craft like the Jim Knight space craft looked kind of grimy dirty. And I think they were really clean. I think that was a direct Royal choice to depict these things in rickety machines, there's so there's kind of aesthetic choices that he made. But I think overall it's pretty accurate. There's little bits and pieces that he missed for sure. On a lot of space. Nerds online are busy uncovering all this stuff. But overall, I think it's pretty accurate. What did what did you think of Buzz Aldrin, and is that a quick? I've known him for years. So I own opinion. But we can we can say for sure that this was an exaggerated depiction of Buzz Aldrin in in the late sixties. I didn't. I don't think he would have said that things he said, but that was a choice kind of narrative choice from the writers. So yeah, there's not much to say, obviously, he was he was not like that. But served the story is you agree. I think they did a really good job, especially with the interiors and window like details down to the window marking that they used for rendezvous and docking were there. I I really enjoyed that accuracy. There was one sort of technical piece that jumped out to me a mission designer when they actually did the trans lunar injection burn. They were pointed at the moon, which means they would have missed it because it takes three days to get there. The moon's movie Neville time you really have to aim in front of the moon by quite a bit. But you it's like throwing a football in front of the receiver that running into that one. When I. Kind of chuckled theater, but I- refrain from commenting for my fellow movie goers there. Well, you know, just just to someone who watched it in real time. When it happened was the media. That's how they portrayed it. They never really showed. You the exact trajectories? They just showed you. How thing would you know circulate around the moon and come back now, let's go to Syracuse to York. Hi, mark. Welcome signs Friday. Hi, hi, go ahead..
"jim knight" Discussed on E&C's Pod of Awesomeness
"I never went to college for broadcasting. I never, you know there's no post secondary education. I was discovered in my senior year at high school in Abbotsford VC and I was doing the ring announcing for them on a charity show where else on to ask. If you know anyone could use the Mike at a take care of business in the back. And then from the couple of weeks later for fifty two weeks year fifty two Saturdays year from nineteen eighty seven eighty eight and and into eighty nine. I was on TV every Saturday in one form or another, either as a color commentator or as a heel manager. And some of that footage now is been, you know, used in the documentary that Showtime about my life. And I think people now are realizing holy ship has got more lifer business with forty six to get the WWE, but but the guy's been, you know, I've been hold on the road. They say, well, exactly like, but we know that because we saw you then, but some people, you know, I hear voice with pride or they I hear or or Bela Tor, or you've show. Showtime may whether McGregor, I mean worn so many hats and been involved in so many massive moments. And I remember like I got all the pride DVD's and I remember sitting there listening, I was like, wait, is that. All star wrestling with boss rootin-. What happening here. I remember. My head. I was like, wait, wait, wait, where's moose? Morowski? Flower. It doesn't make sense. Awesome. That is so amazing. But you're, I mean, again, I I've been told on the Forrest Gump of broadcasting. Guys because I found myself in places and like you say, and again, I don't want to run through the resume or put myself over by any means. This is not about this. It's just me. My life I think is is the the metaphors you know you just and like you guys to. I truly wanted to do as much as I can life as as we know, we're just lost Jim Knight hard. We, we lost a lot of people. My life is never guaranteed. There's no guarantees. We see the next minute, let alone tomorrow and from a young age, I just put myself in a position to say, you know what I could fail. I could end up, you know, whatever, but I'm gonna do whatever it takes to live my dreams. And even now again, here I am at both turned forty nine and moved to Santa Monica, California, another bucket list of places. So for my career, there've been so many people responsible. And you mentioned the the biggest one was boss, and if I am l. Tomko and and and that's what I mean, we all need. We all need friends. We all need connections. We only but you know what. And I remember I remember to, I remember to flipping through the channels late at night when night and I think it was called, I'm not sure what the name was m. a our was. I was with you you the show. I was like. And I was like, man, like he's hosting show with bus route..
"jim knight" Discussed on TechStuff
"Now that meant that Jimmy missions were going to focus on things like prolonged space, flights, Extravehicular activity, or spacewalks orbital maneuvers. These were all going to be critical components of Apollo missions because landing on the moon would mean that part of your spacecraft would detach from the command module and then land on the moon. And so you'd have a crew of three with Apollo spoiler alert for next episode and two of the crew members would go down on the Lander and land on the moon. The third one would stay aboard on the command module. And then ultimately those two people would have to get back into the Lander that would launch off the surface of the moon rendezvous with a command module and doc. So there are a lot of things that had to be worked out in order to make that technology possible. And that's why Jiminy existed. It was to be the working ground to create all that technology. The Jim Knight program was marked by both triumph and tragedy. It would. Would put the US back in the lead for the space race ultimately. But it also involved the deaths of three of the astronauts involved in nineteen sixty four. Theodore Freeman died in a crash while bringing his teeth. Thirty eight training jet in for a landing. The cause of the crash was actually goose flew and collided with the cockpit as the jet was landing and it collided with such force that it broke par. The cockpit and plexiglas flew out of the cockpit into the engine intake and caused the jet to crash and in nineteen sixty six, Elliot, see and Charles Bassett who had been chosen to be the crew members for Jim nine. They died in an accident on a training jet. Elliot, c was piloting the plane. The weather was really bad. There was rain. There was fog, the snow. Ultimately an investigation concluded that pilot error was at fault for the crash. And so the backup crew for Jim. Nine nine would end up taking their place in many ways. The Gemini spacecraft was sort of an Embiid ind version of the mercury. Capsule NASA had learned a lot from the mercury project, however, so it wasn't identical. There were some major differences. One of those was that NASA created a modular system for spacecraft components which allowed different teams to work on the various systems in their individual modules. And so when they tested these before ever launching anything, making sure everything works with everything else. If a system failed or proved incompatible with the capsule design, the team could.
"jim knight" Discussed on TechStuff
"So the wash cod program was again putting the Soviets ahead of the Americans, but meanwhile, work on the Jim Knight project was continuing with enthusiasm. The project actually began in nineteen sixty one that was while the mercury flights were still going on. So the mercury flights are going and already Nasr's thinking about the next project. Actually, technically NASA was sticking to projects a head because between mercury and Gemini, NASA had already determined that they were going to have the Apollo missions. So Gemini was launched as a project after Apollo. All of the flights would all happen before Apollo. The first German I mission wouldn't launch until March twenty third nineteen sixty five, which was the same month as vox shod too. So the gym and I was a two person spacecraft and the two crew members would sit side by side in very cramped quarters. You couldn't really get up and move around very much. You're pretty much stuck. In that seated position unless you were popping outside to do a quick Extravehicular activity or spacewalk. So if you're sitting down, if you're in the left seat, that would mean that you are the command. Violet for that mission and in the right seat would be the pilot for the mission. The seats had an injection system inside of them because unlike the mercury which had a launch a scape System Inc. directly into the design of the launch configuration for the space craft the Jim Knight did not have that the best they had wasn't ejection seat. Now I didn't really cover this when I talked about the mercury. But if you were to look at a mercury capsule on top of a rocket on a launch pad, you would notice there's this kind of. Tower. That's on the very top of the mercury capsule that tower was the escape mechanism for in the case of all a launch failure essentially was a booster rocket attached via that tower to the top of the mercury capsule. So if there was a launch catastrophe, the rocket would ignite that would separate the cruise section of the mercury spacecraft from the launch vehicle to create distance between the capsule and the rocket. And then the booster rocket would break away and the parachutes would come out and hopefully the crew would land safely. The Jim Knight did not have this. They just had the ejector seats. They would bring that launch escape mechanism back for the Apollo missions. So while mercury was all about learning more about how space would affect humans. Jim nice purpose was largely to set the foundation for the succeeding Apollo missions, which would take people to the moon. So as I said before, the Apollo Br. Programs started before the Jim Knight program. But the goal of the Apollo program was getting to the moon and getting back to earth safely and NASA said, hey, you know what? We probably need an intermediary step between mercury where people went into orbit and Apollo where people are going to go to the moon, we're going to need to test a whole different technology. We're going to have to refine processes. We're gonna have to figure out how to do specific maneuvers, like putting a spacecraft into a docking mode to interconnect with another spacecraft and how to do orbital maneuvers. These are all things that the mercury capsule could not do. It was not a quick to do that, but they would need to perfect this before they committed in the Apollo program. So president Kennedy chartered the Apollo program in may nineteen sixty one Gemini would not get a formal announcement until January nineteen sixty two, though. Both of those programs were already in development before those specific. Dates..
"jim knight" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow
"Soap, so you can use it morning night all over your body on just your visine or China, whatever you wanna call it, and it's easy to use a basically like a soap bar, peach of five won't cause any or tation. So that's really easy. And then if your girl on the go, like I am the spritzers amazing. I keep it in my purse and kind of whip it out. Sometimes if I got the Jim Knight, forget deodorant, I'll even put it on my armpits. Yeah. Is it cleansing or is it? No, it's just a DOD rising only for external use, please don't stick it up your vagina. Mouth was also is actually my my favorite one also. I've been using it just kind of like, but then I'm always like my spring, this close. Instruction, Sammy's eight or something. Down the street. We cirque. Go see the movie snatched with Goldie Hawn and. Scene. Like when she she meets the guy at the bar and she goes into the bathroom and puts her leg up on the sink in wiping herself, smell bad. Don't do that. Use the Brits. Are you ever make wipes? We actually do swipe rate wipes. Yes, they're amazing. They don't have fragrance only essential oil, so they really are better for you as well. Well guy, you ought to get this looking. Wipe do like it just like Lin's wife. I like to use it after the gym. If you don't have time to showers mainly post sex, whatever you guys want, you guys are interested it. We will put swipe up links on the instrument story after this episode airs. So I'm sure also everyone everyone's wondering like Priore coitus is that is the cleansing could close like a good option or should you just be like scrubbing. Question preference, preference. It's a soul say it doesn't get to know. Oral quotas means Kanalingam Lingus which means going down on you, but okay, this has been really educating. Thank you so much. Having fun. Yeah, don't feel like I love that you're this. Like you're like a female founder time when these this is like an up and coming topic and that you are really into getting rid of that sort of stigma before women women, these? Yes, lemongrass on every also much. Okay. If you guys have any questions for Lauren Email us at DSP betcha dot com, and we will surely send them to her and get some answers for you guys. All right. Thank you. Bye..
"jim knight" Discussed on The Art of Manliness
"Mean, you could hear it few if you listen to broadcast or watch it on YouTube. This like silence when he says it, it's so. So -rageous and so impossible people couldn't believe what they're hearing, but that was true. Also of the NASA managers when I spoke to them and they told me about hearing it. They said, what's he talking about? We have no idea how to do that. Nonetheless, the president made that promise in nineteen sixty one with the idea that we needed to do something so spectacular. And so almost impossible that it would overtake the Soviet Union proved to the world, not just that we could control space, which was essential in the modern age of nuclear weapons and everything, but that our system of government and of life was superior to theirs. So that's really when it started, and we really were way behind at that point. Why were we way behind? Because I mean, as you said, like the Soviet Union could barely put together good car, like we develop the the nuclear bomb. I nuclear technology over the Russians do or the Soviet Union. What were they doing that we weren't doing? Well, I think they were not as certain as we were that they were going to be a head. So they were working very, very furiously, but they were also taking huge risks and. Something. I don't think we understood quite at the time even though they kept doing these space spectaculars and doing these one. I after another after another in space, they also were taking the kinds of risks that the United States was not willing to take a. We didn't know that at the time. So it seemed baffled why they should be so far ahead. And they also had brilliant scientists, rocket scientists, and other experts who were giving everything they could and they devoted huge amount of their budget to the space program because they viewed it as we did as an existential proposition that the country that could control space alternately control the military and possibly the world. So it was very important to them and they were willing to risk whatever it took to to get them there where so Kennedy makes the moonshot speech. What had what did death at the due to make that happen? They couldn't just immediately go put someone on the moon. They had to do this stages so they can learn things. So what was their first goal of part of the Apollo program? While they, I had to figure out how to get to the moon, you know, trajectory calculations, they had to build software and. Computers to do it. I mean, we could go on for hours and hours about the technical requirements. The most interesting thing to me though, when I asked those questions of people NASA with their answer that we really didn't know how to do much of any of this. We had eight and a half years, and we had to really go figure it out. And at that time it looked like the Soviets were way ahead of us in the idea of getting a man on the moon, and that was really the end goal of the space race. It was really kind of believed on both sides that the country that could land a man on the moon, I and bring him back safely really had just about won the space race. So all kinds of things had to happen. And when I asked the the, some of these legends at NASA, what did you need to do? I just laughed. They said, we need to everything. So I mean at this point before the moonshot speed, the Jim Knight program had been in this is like men orbiting the earth right? Had already happened. Well, no mercury with I a Gemini is where we really started to catch up to the Soviets. We were behind for years, but Gemini which is really the the program were going to learn how to do a lot of the things that need to be done on lunar flights. That's when that's perfected. And that's when the Tide's really start to turn in the Americans battle against Soviet space. What year was this about? What you're looking at? When we're talking about Apollo policy? We're talking about nineteen sixty eight. So up to about nineteen sixty seven, late nineteen sixty six. That's when Gemini is going, and that's when we overtake Soviets and it looks pretty good for us at that point or talk about a polo one, which was the first mission part of the Apollo program..
"jim knight" Discussed on Part-Time Genius
"Wow so so researchers just flew a bunch of these what you what you call them i like the name moss piglets i think that was my favorite so they flew these things into space and just like chuck them out the airlock or what yeah i mean th the was a little more nuance than that so i they dehydrated the targets and you know that makes them enter the state of hibernation where all their metabolic activity drops about point oh one percent of normal levels and then once they're indisp protective state the researchers exposed one group of water bears the vacuum of space and other to both back myspace and this immense radiation from the sun and after a full ten days of this right ten days the target were brought back to earth and rehydrated and amazingly sixty eight percent of the tar degrades exposed only to outer space survived and even among the ones who are also exposed to solar radiation a handful were successfully revived and the craziest part some of these even went on to produce healthier offspring so those things are pretty much unstoppable bud them you know actually my own weird space experiment to share an and i happen to think it blows yours away mega just wanted to up on us and this this comes from nineteen sixty five when a two man crew took the jim knight three on several trips around the earth's orbit and one of the astronauts on that mission john young was apparently not a fan of the kind of the standard food from a tube that nasa was typically providing them because once the pair reached orbit young revealed that he had smuggled aboard a contraband corned beef sandwich into his back pocket.
"jim knight" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Checkbook are out to to not be taken in by credit amen you're exactly right jim and that's that should be in there too great great call so proud of you dr it's unbelievable how is she united states thirty five thirty four thirty four where did she get it could be from you too it's really amazing how different people do different things i'm fascinated about this by the way by this that the i have a good friend who runs a very successful large massive landscaping business not the small one that goes door to door or whatever it did he does massive new developments does like seventy houses a day okay and he used to be a cop firefighter and he really does not he really just a a good old boy whatever oh sure but the guy has done amazing he's triple or quadruple this business over the past ten years and so it's just this brilliant people all over the place and seven them prefer to be doing more blue collar worker etc does she get it from you to get your from your wife where did this come from well my wife was wasn't honor state now almost locked out of high school but i i did manage to make the national dean's list in college when i was paying for it myself i gotta roll but that i love your story jim knight love your call it drive safe we appreciate you look for to the next call brother jointstock hers we love your show all the.
"jim knight" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast
"Right i've been both sides of the table although when i am a client i try and give notes pretty quick and then finally our last news this week is a is actually not a full frame sensor which is most of the news lately it's a super thirty five millimeter sensor so full frame hot but super thirty five is still like most of what people shoot most of the time and it's what most of our cine lenses are customized for and red is released to the public a new super thirty five millimeter sensor called the gem and i it was originally announced a few months ago but in the original announcement they had only made six bodies and they had unnamed spacebased client which could only be alon mosque or space or jeff bezos or could be nasa but as a longterm cannon contract and the moon or the man in the moon who needs to make movies in the moon and it's been doing it for and they were already sold out before it was announced so it wasn't that exciting for the rest of us however read has now improved on it and are releasing it to the public so the sensor is now available to the rest of us they've also improved it in a huge way so originally the jim knight center was only thirty two hundred zero and it wasn't going to be great in like super bright situation stakes cheerier you're going to need a lot of indie which means you need and be i are because it's digital and those are more expensive now they've made it a dual sensor iso a dual iso center the same way the vera is where you can switch it between an eight hundred mode and thirty two hundred mode depending upon your lighting situation which is funny because now the gemini the twins makes way more sensitive name than it did originally when it was probably just named after the space program so it's either a lucky accident or they always knew they were going to do that.
"jim knight" Discussed on NewsTalk990
"More from gulf frederick maryland a star on traveling galford tv show go always great to be here tony thanks for having me as always a good that i've been coming here now for fourteen years to the philadelphia area and selling frederick as a destination its new destination a lotta people they don't know about it but once they come they returned because the golf courses the restaurants in frederick the hotels everything about it is topnotch and one of the things that you had experienced by uh by coming up with the traveling golfer tony you were able to kind of see some of the stuff that we have there we get premium upscale golf courses the costs a little bit less is erin frederick some of the courses that we have muscat ridge maryland national worthington manner pb di whisky creek and the municipal course clustered spires that is just a phenomenal it's really a lot of fun thanks for having me tone iraq chris more from gulf frederick maryland sam right here at the gaucho next one up jim brownlee head got professional administrative squawk golf club jim tony great to be here with yet to show ravens balls a great place for all of you to come out and enjoy a round of golf unbelievable bent grass fantastic greens and coming up in may we have the women's some metre tour coming up to ravens paul the 21st through the twenty six we're looking for volunteers were looking for people to come out and watch the show it'll be ah it'll be a great day come and rights in montgomery county yeah it is very very exciting you're absolutely right jim and anybody who wants to check that out they can call jim knight ravens call he has spot for volunteers and also you can direct you if you're one of the people who wants to be a sponsor and have a proam theme awesome thank you for having us all right we've got a.
"jim knight" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Jim knight denzel valentine and wolves cigar dwight howard and the charlotte hornets say this is visit vote zone for years thugs the 630 shut the bill and have the closet have you allows the return home of jewish her called her hand marianne where world we recently when we saw bikes rental bikes like divvy bikes was did he but we were somewhere we saw bikes just last any where people had rented bikes and then there was no docking station they just left them wherever and then other people just pick them up at that point where we're we we asked you had we were in key biscayne florida is this going to talk about that because i noticed it when i was there last month i was going for a run like i usually do in that area and i thought i saw this really bright green and yellow bike i think they're called like lyme bikes or something like that and i just saw it on with its kick stand just in the middle of my running paf like on the sidewalk and it was just there and i thought oh somebody probably just parked it here to go some because it was in the middle of nowhere i mean it wasn't like at a store it wasn't at a parking lot it was noon iraq and it definitely was in australia was noon iran randy right he will end so then um so i keep running and then i see another bike like just in the middle of the median trip and then i keep running and then i see three bikes together and they're all off to the side but there just standing upright on their kick stance and i i thought this is this must be you know what i really thought because it was it was about a month ago i said this must be because of the hurricane while i was i thought they were just like strewn all over the place together arctic listen to this doc was bike docked lewis bikes visions bike cheer users in seattle have left goes in strange spots even hang from street signs and apparently this is done in many.
"jim knight" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Models dot com that's jim rebecca jim thanks for joining us again perry to be here so jim we're now in august two thousand seventeen the super bowl market that started march of o nine off of that big bear markets and we had a big bear a bear market in the russell 2000 but no other major in the sea uh has breached the twenty percent mark which is getting i think pretty unpreced at you any thoughts on that any way shape or form what do you mean by that twenty percent are well the the usually wall street calls it a bear market when a dour recipe drops book more than twenty percent from a high and we haven't had one sits '09 so your thoughts on that the longevity of this little a bullish market well no on the new york and then there navy horrible the market right now and with all of the international screaming on one it's hard to say if it's going to be a big correction are not so wading i are all waiting and they're in and you just sit and wait to your indicators that have worked so well throughout the years are either stay where they are or turn right hello hmm no jim knight two here of a relaxing we don't worry about everything millions of people all we wait for the numbers of pirate number hello what the market is actually going while we're doing right now sitting waiting we'd have some real nice move no number a team working for but that's that's pretty darn good so you went to a cell can you tell us how long you on the by signal before the south do you have that handy yeah march twenty nine i gotta tell so what three march april may that's a diesel about a month on one that's pretty good in the market at a good move and before we move from january offering have you ever know have you ever have have you ever thought about doing that with foreign markets.
"jim knight" Discussed on WLOB
"The highest constitutional officer in any county in the united states job held up they're they're still docked quote federal officer they'll just wondering if uh if he more than let's say in arizona state trooper his a federal officer as such as wondered if that is being used in this case i know lawyer either button no no it anybody has right to to uh anybody who's in law enforcement has the right to arrest under federal law okay very good joseph you had something else yeah is it a what why um i don't know a strange to me i mean even though i don't like the man why is he being denied the right to do if he has the right to arrest people under federal the he should be allowed in i don't understand that can you explain that to me jim knight but nightclub baby i guess he give it other dry i can only explain what what i've heard and what i've been told that there were was ed definitely a rift between the original judge judge snow there was actually an investigation of the judge there was testimony by one of the uh people uh that that it was interviewed in this investigation that judge snow had made statement that he uh had the contempt for sheriff joe which in you know and you said yourself he was very outspoken sheriff show up higher with an extremely outspoken share of uh he was definitely against a illegals being in the country sheriff joe uh judge snow had contempt print and he said he would do anything to make sure that he got him and got him out of office that a direct quote from a judge that is that was in uh i'm not saying that i'm giving you directly exactly what it said but it was i'm paraphrasing waugh but but he did all he did on the record essentially say that this was put on the record by a person that was interviewed by uh a pri that went out and and got this information was brought in by chose attorneys well that that he should be disqualified uh he connects with this case on his way to a swift one would hope impeachment for overstepping the bounds of the federal judge oh i agree completely i mean this case has been flawed from the beginning now thank you for your call joseph a by.
"jim knight" Discussed on Channel 955
"On they went to their bosses can complain because they were uncomfortable with what was going on yeah i mean there's always sex going on the show it seems like something else was weird like someone who's unconscious or something even viana yeah and they are going to be talking about this on the shell like contestant we are going to talk about it and i ask nicki menaj if she's worried about her two axes fighting and making fools of themselves in public he probably say no sources close to hurry seen he hasn't even better than i last over the news that meek mill might have ordered his friends to jump her other acts safari because she's focused on her new boyfriend eyes as i told you guys monday's safari challenged me to a oneonone fight after he claimed that meek orchestrated an attack on him meek denies that either way the bottom line nikki could care less lindsay lohan is still weird and keeps you guys were worried about their herbert these coming out of incense our family can't may get she had done social media to ask who she should invite east i love my family and they can't make so i want to invite people that very love feeling confused potential former i would like jim knight people that wanted changed the world and greeted readings munity and just recently know who you think i should invite slavery unless you know well people who create a green community sound like a lot of fun new year's birthday party they don't even know you and asking people to vote for who should come she still has like a.