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"john doyle" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

03:07 min | Last month

"john doyle" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"You know, it's jobs. It's all that kind of stuff, but it's just so rare. They come back. I mean, colonials obviously an exception to that. But, you know, a lot of memories for a lot of people with these places. A lot of opportunities to create new fans and people in the game. I saw someone talking about on Twitter the other day. It was when these small tracks leave, yes, the horsemen often can go somewhere else, but you're also losing a place to develop new starting gate crew people, new race callers, new chart collars, new everything. And so you lose a little bit of your minor league funnel system and there's very few folks, I would say some jockeys and trainers do, but most kind of start out at the smaller places. Certainly almost every race caller starts out at the smaller places and you have years to develop. I've been talking to some friends who are kind of working on getting into different areas of broadcasting and racing, and I said, you know, one of the great things about having those small tracks, you know, Portland Meadows. I had 9 years to work on my craft and get better and to have screw ups when really nobody noticed. And to, you know, try to improve. So when you get to the places where people are going to hear you, you're not awful. And so, you know, I think it's important. It's just such a bummer to see a fun place like pomp and O go, but we will send it out in as much style and will help Gabe do that as much as we can here with our show, and I hope you guys will come along. I know they are raising some stuff for thoroughbred and standard bread after care gave Peter each running for their own breed of charity. So I donated mine to Pete the other day as soon as I see Gabe's thread, I'll donate a little bit to his. But anyways, looking forward to it. We'll see you guys back tomorrow looking forward to talking with you guys tomorrow. We'll wrap up march. We're moving right on April. April fools day, we won't have a show. Because that's Friday. One year we had the jury on, and I had them, I said, I want you guys to come on for April fools and do the topic was what's one thing you think can really improve racing and then I wanted them to say the thing they thought was like the worst idea. Sea bass was like raise the takeout and I think one of them, one of them was allow all drugs and racing. Way off the wall stuff. And good fun. I'm not a big April fools guy, 'cause it is annoying to get like, I feel like every year you'll see a couple of good ones, but like it's the worst one like some random account will tweet out a major scratch in the Derby trail or something like that and then you realize it's Mike Welsh won and not actual drf Mike Welsh. Always look for the checkmark. Always look for the check mark. We'll see you guys back tomorrow. I have rambled long enough, have a great rest of your Wednesday..

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"john doyle" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

06:19 min | Last month

"john doyle" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"Is just to pick a sequence and not handicap it, but discuss the ideas of how to maybe approach the sequence from a betting standpoint. We often do it at a small level. I'll talk about this late pick 5, you know, even today with the E to scratch. It obviously changes where an anchor point might have been for a lot of people in those late sequences. At Tampa this past weekend, for example, with Florida cup day. There were two very, very big favorites in the later sequences. Shifty she, who I think was three to 5 on the morning line, went off at one to two, and then sham rocket, who was 8 to 5 on the morning line, but went off at pretty low odds. Yeah, three to 5. And so, you know, obviously a lot of people were going to be singling those two in a lot of the later bets. Out Fox was also in that sequence. And where was she? She was in the 8th race, right? Yeah. And she was four to 5 and got beat. And so you had these three big odds on favorites in a pick 5 sequence in a pick four sequence in a late or in a pick 6 sequence. And now without Fox, there was kind of a clear second choice with shifty she, you know, she was such a big favorite. There was a second choice, but it wasn't like a, you know, it wasn't like a two to one right on top of the loads horse. It was a 5 to two. Who ran second, but it was the sham rocket race where it was like all the way up to 9 two for the second choice. That's what it was. So obviously three very logical types in the sequence and where was the public going to make the standing? I guess it's kind of doubtful that a lot of big pick 5 players were going to single all three, right? That's a pretty tough thing to swallow if you're investing much for taking another people who definitely did it. And it's not nearly, first of all, if you're singling horses that are logical, it's not it's certainly the best way to approach it if you are going to play that sequence in terms of if you think they can win. What you don't want to be doing is having those horses along with two, three, four other horses and putting up this huge ticket that in most or in a lot of combination cases is going to chalk out. But you ended up getting back 7 O 5 for the pick four, 3087 for the pick 5 that included those lakes because you beat two of those three big favorites. You also beat a couple pudding who won the last leg of those bets was 7 to two was the third choice, but there was kind of two top choices in there, but that race to me looked like one where you could kind of spread a little bit, especially given what we saw earlier. And so, you know, another example of sequence is so often have pretty clear pathways that a lot of the public are going to play them. You know, like I said, is everybody in a single three horses? No, most people are going to probably try to be at least one of those. A lot of horse players are going to try to beat two of them. Some are going to try to beat all three. And who takes their stand in the right spot is often going to be who he or she who has the riches at the end of the day. And so yeah, I realize a lot of my any betting analogies we have this time of year are going to be through Tampa just because it's where I'm at four days a week. When Saratoga starts and when a lot of those other places start and I'm not racing on the weekend because obviously what's Grants Pass starts in colonial states. We don't run weekends. So more of my thoughts and interpretations will be on naira. Kentucky, southern Cal, you know, maybe tracks that you guys are seeing and playing more than tamp obviously Tampa has its fair share of fans. But, you know, you guys get it. Anyways, big thanks to John Doyle for joining us. Loved if I get to talk to John and I love all the folks over at optics. Even Donald Harris, we still love Donald. But what's up, Donald? We'll see you guys back tomorrow. We'll weekend preview as much as we can and so next week I am on the road a little bit, but we're going to do a couple of in person interviews. I've been on social media. I'm sure, and I think I've mentioned it on here is PIL and Gabe prude or having a little charity race of a harness race as pompano park nears their final couple of weeks. On Monday, April 4th. So this coming Monday, they're going to have this 5 eighths of a mile. I think I don't think they're doing a full mile. I think it's just a 5 8 little race between their real races. And I'm going to be the announcer for it. So I'm very much looking forward to going down there, but I'm thinking what I'm going to do is interview Pete Monday before the contest. So we might talk a little bit about the race. But it will already have happened by the time the show airs. So more so I want to get Pete's thoughts on everything that happens. Florida Derby day. So we'll recap a little bit of Florida Derby day on Monday. We'll probably focus a little more on Oak Lawn and turf away that day just because we're going to have Pete on Tuesday's show and get his thoughts on everything, obviously pizza, a good handicapper and has a good opinion, I think, of the races down there. And then I'm an interview Gabe Tuesday morning for Wednesday show. That'll be after the big race, but just talk to him about obviously the ending of pompano park coming on and kind of what these last couple of weeks are going to be. And I know our audience is not very harness centric, but I think you guys will enjoy the conversation with Gabe. And we'll have some fun with that next week. So that'll be, that'll be a big part of my week next week. So we'll have a couple in person interviews. We'll be on the road for a day. I'm just going to drive down to Miami Monday morning first thing. And then come back Tuesday, probably late afternoon evening, and then be back here for the duration. I don't think I'm going to have any other trips while I'm here. I didn't do a lot of trips, couldn't. I've been working. But looking forward to seeing the guys down there and to call on the race and seeing the pop, one last time, I just hate racetracks closing. I know I'm going long now, but I don't care. If you guys want to tune out, you can. It just.

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"john doyle" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

07:12 min | Last month

"john doyle" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"But I think that's going to be a push. But the other things we've added to the side are much more filters so easy to get at information. So for instance, we have a utility called rod, which is now allows you to go look at some of that form cycle stuff. You could do filters on things like courses, third off a layoff, do the horse have a green keyword and recently. All kinds of stuff to get at our information a lot easier. And then the big thing that I've talked about before is this focus. And it's a really kind of it's more toward like, hey, predictive kind of stuff, but more expert kind of taking our information and really taking it to the next level and getting to maybe more of a kind of a wage and kind of thing. So that will evolve even more over time. John Doe, joining us for a few more moments here on the program. I mentioned you as a past NHC champ, how active are you in the tournament world these days? I try to like at the end of the year, maybe I try to get into the NHD like the last week or something. It's less compelling. I mean, it's so competitive. And I really don't have time to do it. And so and I look for value in terms of what the contest I'm going to join in. I usually play in the breeder's cup and that's about it these days. That's kind of the one that I like. But other than that, I'll play here and there online, but it's not something that it's not like a goal at the beginning of the year, I want to do this or that. I know you mentioned earlier being a focus circuit for you. Do you have multiple circuits that you do the optics stuff for and are those the ones that you end up usually focusing your play on? Yeah, I'm New York. But in the years past, I haven't been Saratoga. Because Donald was clocked in there for, but this year I'm taking it. I'm taking it all. I'm going to be doing Saratoga. So I'm very excited about that, actually. And so yeah, I'm New York. And Ben, I'll dabble other things right down to Laurel. Just because we added that and I don't know how many people play there. And so it's an area that I'm still debating is there another area we want to cover instead of Laurel, but I don't know, but I've got that one now for the time being. Gotcha. Okay, yeah, because I was going to actually ask about that. Who would think the customers decide what circuits maybe get at? Because you guys originally, it was only kind of the major ones, and you've certainly added numerous more since then, and I remember when colonials getting started last year, somebody asked me, like, oh, are they going to use colonialists? I don't think so. Short meat too, that makes it probably a little tough. Yeah. Yeah. And the other thing is our main tracks are kind of Florida and California. New York and Kentucky, Kentucky. And what happens is we weren't covering those yet, but Kentucky has so many feeders. And so you've got to start saying, hey, I want to not do turfway. We're not going to do this. It's all feeders into keenland, all the rest. So we decided to focus on those, but the feeders to those tracks. Gotcha. Well, again, optics EQ dot com, the website John always good to catch up with you wish you guys the best. I love the product and like I said, I always talk about it when I can just because I use it and you guys don't you guys don't you guys don't pay me. Actually, I take that back. You did pay me once to do a Derby. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Technically I've been on the payroll. We've got to disclose these facts. Really appreciate it, John. Thank you so much. Thank you. All right, we'll be right back after the short term out of Jason B Morris racing podcast brought to you by twin spires. This is the Jason beam horse racing podcast brought to you by twin spires. All right, big thanks to John Doyle for joining us. That was fun. I love getting to talk to horse players, like it's such a cool part of this job and just listen, learn, give my opinions and then sit back. I know, I know that Emily, who we obviously mentioned in there, she was or was or is doing, I think it's coming up soon. They're doing something in Vegas bet bash. I think it's called. It's like essentially like a conference, I guess, for horse players. And you know, they had that with, oh, what was it called? Equestrian, but that was more of like a fan racing kind of thing. They had a betting like panel, but it was more geared towards like jockeys, announcers, the sport type thing. The funniest thing I remember about the panel was, oh man, let me think who it was. It was. Pete fornite tell was hosting it. Alan Dickinson was on it. But I forget who the other ones were. Maybe Mike maloney? Maybe, I don't know, though. But anyways, but there was somebody that was on the panel and they would say, you know, there was kind of a question they would open to all three people and one of the guys would say something and then Allen would respond like, oh, you know, I disagree with that and here's why and Alan's kind of from the horse racing side of things comes from that professional better side of things. And I know he had learned a lot and talked a lot with ITP and so he's from that same kind of school that I am and from that some others are. So the guy keeps talking and every time he makes a point and Alan who's just so sweet. He finally says, I feel so bad disagree with you because you're such a nice guy, but I just really think you're wrong. Oh, it was pretty funny. But it would be cool to have something like that, a convention of some sort with. Betters and that's kind of what they're doing with this bet bash thing, but it's obviously more geared towards sports. I think Emily's doing a presentation for the horse racing side of stuff. But I don't know, kind of an idea for somebody I guess. The DR F kinda used to have one of those, right? Like didn't they have a whole DR F convention of horse players handicappers? It's just so fun when you get horse players together to talk and really, you know, really kind of sink your teeth into these things. That's what I love about getting to do these conversations. And obviously, sometimes, you know, we have the longer form ones with like we've done with IDP and others, but we're generally kind of restricted to our 20 to 25 minutes that we try to do. We can go a little bit longer, but I just don't want to get into the handicapping of races with people because I just don't think it's entertaining for you guys at all. So for me, it's always going to be more theory. It's going to be discussing process. It's going to be discussing technology and that kind of stuff as opposed to just like, you know, let's say, but we have done in the past, you know, examples when we talk because we do want to put some of the things we talk about into example. When I did that lecture on equity, that one got a lot of really good feedback. And it was very much a dry topic, but such an important one when talking about horizontals and stuff like that. And I remember one time we did it with, I just did a pick 5 at Tampa. This was a couple of years ago, it was before I had the job here. And I remember finding that a good experience. And maybe that's something we will do down.

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"john doyle" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

06:06 min | Last month

"john doyle" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"The cofounder of magic partner of where the folks behind optics EQ is also a horse player former NHC champ very happy to welcome back John Doyle to the show, John. How are you? All right, Jason, how's it going? I'm doing good. You're down in the valley of the sun, right? You guys are in spring train and just like we are here. Yeah, I think we got half the teams down from training, right? Everyone. It used to be like 7 or 8. Like you guys used to just have a handful. I know, but no, it's been great. It's great for the local economy too. I think our team is I'm in Scottsdale. I think I just haven't been there. I haven't been there in a long time. So I can't believe I'm here already 17 years practically. Oh, wow. Yeah. Yeah, it's crazy. Yeah. Phoenix. Yeah, Phoenix has changed significantly in 17 years. Yeah, yeah. I'm in Scottsdale, so I'm like, you know, it's like your home was like Phoenix is like a different world to me. Yeah. And yeah, I mean, we're all seeing change. It's traumatic. A lot more of this changing, right? I mean, technology, this pandemic, lots of things have changed, even horse racing has changed to some extent, right? And how we do things. Well, we're going to talk about that last one more than we will as a demographic neighborhood shifts. We'll talk about that off the year. But another week of Derby preps in the books, did you get a chance to watch the Louisiana and sunland derbies? I missed the sunland, but I watched Louisiana. Emily and I handicapped it. We did it as a video race of the day for us. And no surprises, but I guess the good thing about the winners showed a little bit different dimension be able to write off the pace, right? So it was an impressive win. Kind of things that you might not have expected. Not really nothing else in that race, you know, take out of other than that's the derpy contender. Yeah, I guess the second place horse you can kind of get something. I always say like these preps, like that's kind of what we're I mean, of course they're prestigious races on their own, but we're really mostly utilizing it to figure out what they're going to do in 6 or 7 weeks, which is, as a horse player, it is kind of annoying that we put so many eggs in that one basket, but it's kind of the way it is. Yeah, yeah. Look, it was a good race. And when we handicapped it, you know, I thought that was a key race that the Cox runner was coming out of turn to be the base, right? So yeah, ran well, but again, the pace scenario kind of helped those horses to flow. I guess the course was a little bit against the flows and maybe that's a horse you can look and upgrade down the road as especially if things stretch out. So I don't know. Who knows who gets in now? The points are becoming critical. We're getting to the end of the season in terms of races that are going to be available to earn qualifying points. So it's going to be interesting to see. I'm glad you brought up the word flow. I wanted to talk about that because one of the things I wanted to talk to you today was about trip notes and some of the stuff you guys do with optics and I want to get to that. But I know a lot of you guys have different circuits too, so I'm sure you have some tracks you're watching all the time, but the idea of flow to me is a little bit different than pace and it might even mean something different completely to each of us, but our race is a Tampa the other day. They'd move the rails into zero feet and it seemed as though every race had what I call an inside flow like the horses that were winning. It wasn't necessarily speed, but it was almost all horses who were on the rail might tip out for the drive to get around the early pace center kind of thing. But like you'd see the horses that finished one, two, three, they would be first fourth and 6th, but they'd be the three horses down on the rail. And then the last race, of course, it went completely against that, but it was the first four or 5 were like we're all like that. Is that something you guys are looking at when you talk about flow? I mean, is that, you know, it just races it. Is it necessarily favoring inside or outside, or is it just that racists have their own flows sometimes? Yeah, if the flow has to do with basically, if the top three horses kind of go around the track, there would be a speed flow. If it went 9, ten, 11, finished first, second, third, that would be. We're talking about more like pay slow pace dynamic. Well, you're talking about is more maybe a bias. So there might be a rail bias that day based on the way they had the rails position. For instance, I follow New York and yesterday was an extreme speed bias. You could not pass horses, and you really start seeing it. It's very difficult. You got to really watch races because and you got to watch it and look after races and study because sometimes people are quick to jump on biases and what really happened is that it just was kind of situational, right? The horse that's supposed to be on the lead was on the lead. But when you start seeing horses that are like ten, 15, 20 to one win on the lead and showing great where they normally don't show which was happening yesterday in New York. Then you have to take pause. So that goes into our notes or optics notes so that the next time this horse runs, you'll see that you don't really get biased information in most places. I don't know. We're kind of unique on that. And so when we do our notes, again, what we're trying to do because we're handicapping while watching the races, we try to be more interpretive and descriptive. So that we're trying to interpret was that a good performance or not. So where things like flow and things like bias impacting that performance in a good or negative positive or negative way so that the next time the horse runs, it's part of his record. That's what we're trying to do. Well, and I was thinking about this yesterday 'cause I was talking with our track handy or one of the track handicappers about it as the day was going on. And yes, it seems like insights really, really good. And obviously, speed tends to find its way inside. So I think sometimes it makes it look as though speed's really good even though it's maybe more of a bias than a pace kind of thing. But as a horse player, day of predicting who's going to be on the inside is not necessarily all that easy unless they're a speed horse or maybe they're just drawn inside because that becomes a positional thing maybe more than a speed or taking back thing, right? Right. And then there's certain people that may see it earlier like a train or a jockey and then the intentions change. And that could actually change your pace. 'cause right? So yeah, it's difficult, you know, those are the things you're going to probably want to take advantage down the road. And that's why we put it in the denotes and it'll help people do that..

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"john doyle" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

06:04 min | Last month

"john doyle" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"To the welcome in to the Jason baine horse racing podcast brought to you by twin spires a march. 30th edition of the program. And I happen to be with you here excited for our guest today, John Doyle gonna join us a founder managing partner of which is optics, which I talk about a lot on here. It also in HC champ, handicapper, we're going to talk some trip note stuff, talk a little bit about a lot of our conversation about optics goes in, it ties in with handicapping and horse playing. So it's not a, it's not just a plug for optics. It's more of a handicapping conversation through optics. But I think you'll find it valuable, hopefully. And interesting, hopefully. Maybe a little whimsical, a couple of laughs. You never know. I think I might be working on a sunburn. I went to my first spring training game, which if you've heard me over the weeks complaining about the baseball lockout, I was so looking forward to spring train. I used to go to spring train with my dad all the time in Arizona and that was like our annual big trip we would fly down most marches. And then at some point in early junior high, we used to have spring break in March. But then they added president's day became president's week. And then spring break got moved to April, so we didn't have anything off in March, which is right when spring training normally is. So we started going down for the president's week, but you could only watch practice. You couldn't watch games. That was what my sister got Randy Johnson's autograph, and he was kind of grumpy about having to sign the ball. Remember that. But yeah, it was a lot of fun. I mean, I have so many memories of going to Arizona, but I'd never been to the Florida once, though, and drove down to Bradenton, which is about an hour south of here, kind of cut by Sarasota. It's basically, I don't want to say between here and Sarasota because it's closer to Sarah so. We'll just say Sarasota. And I went to Lee kom park, I think it's called where the Pittsburgh pirates play. They've played there for a lot of years, like I think 59 years or something they said or 52 years that they've been playing at that park. It's kind of just a small town and it's right on right on a street corner and you park and got a little golf cart right over there, but it was so much fun. Spring training baseball is just so fun. It's laid back. You don't know who half the guys are because they're all kids trying to make the team for the first time. It was the pirates in Red Sox. Red Sox didn't have any of their studs playing. And the pirates beat him. They beat him 6 to two. In fact, it was 6 nothing when I left. I left in the 8th inning. And the Red Sox hit a Homer in the 9th, but I purposely, I even, you know, as a big guy, I gotta be a little careful about being out in the sun too much. You know, you know, fat guys in heat aren't the best thing, but I'm a little bit of a shrinking fat guys. That's good. But I looked up the GPS on the map to see. Okay, where is the sun going to be? Okay, this field faces north and east, okay, so I definitely want to be first base side under the cover thing. So I did that, but I also like an aisle seat because again, big guy, right? So I get the ILC and we're in the shade. It's just perfect. It's like 83 or 84 out, just a beautiful day. And in the shade, it's really nice. So about the second or third inning, I could see because I'm on the aisle. I can see the sunlight kind of creeping into the Iowa way. Next to us. I'm like, uh oh, here we go. And then like an inning later, these two people came over because they had been sitting in the sun. They're like, oh, we just had to get out of the sun for a while. I'm like, well, I got bad news for you. About 25 minutes, it's gonna be coming out. So the last few innings there, I was getting my leg was getting baked on, and of course I didn't bring any suntan lotion like smart person or sunscreen, I guess, is more the accurate description. But it was a blast. And I'm actually going to another game on Thursday, going to the Phillies and Yankees. That one hopefully will get to see some big star players. I mean, both those teams obviously are loaded, but yeah, it was a blast. It was a great way to spend the day if you're ever in Florida or Arizona, highly recommend a spring training baseball game. Fair bit of racing news coming out, obviously Brian lynch confirming that classic causeway going to go to the floor to Derby entries coming out on Wednesday, so we'll talk about that on tomorrow's show as far as the race itself. Why do barrios simplification? Kind of that whole that whole gang expected to be showing up there along with classic causeway and one thing I'm kind of bummed about as far as the show is and as far as optics, which is funny because we're having John on the plot won't come out until likely Thursday morning. It's I won't get a chance to look at it because I'm really curious to see how it sets up the pace because obviously simplification as we found out after branding so good and the found of youth and from off the pace in the I'm sorry ran off the pace to find these, but also the holy bull where he was away slow. It doesn't have to be on the lead. And why to bario wasn't on the lead, but it was close up and so it was classic cause we're going to be on his own again up front. I don't know. I'm really curious to see how that all plays out, and so yeah, very excited about the Florida Derby this weekend. As I said, we won't get too much lead advance time to talk about those races, the turf we race and the Jeff ruby steaks and the Florida Derby card. The Florida Derby card, of course, is always just loaded top to bottom with stakes races and stuff like that. So it's a little bit of a bummer that they're drawing so late. Our friends at Oakland, of course, drew drew nice and early and was some news out of Oklahoma that Ida, who was probably going to be the favorite. They haven't made the morning line yet for the fantasy, but she was coming in off four straight wins. The starlet grade one two back and the San Isabel last time out. Spiked a fever. A couple of retirements, two out of the baffert.

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"john doyle" Discussed on Online Marketing Made Easy with Amy Porterfield

Online Marketing Made Easy with Amy Porterfield

08:03 min | 2 months ago

"john doyle" Discussed on Online Marketing Made Easy with Amy Porterfield

"The way. That's not how you get it done. But then I started to think about my podcast and I thought, this isn't fun anymore. I am literally obsessing about the numbers, the metrics, the details, the specifics, the strategies, and wound so tight that I've lost the joy in it, and also I can't even be creative when I'm holding on and trying to control everything. And really the numbers weren't improving like I wanted them to, and I wasn't seeing the growth and the new audience that I had hoped over the last few months. And so I said to myself, well, I'm just going to let go. And mentally, I didn't even tell anyone on my team about this. I mentally or energetically let go. I just let go. And I thought whatever is supposed to happen is going to happen. I'm still going to show up. I'm going to enjoy the podcast. I'm going to create these episodes that I love. But the outcome, I'm going to let go of my expectations. And I'm going to let myself enjoy it without obsessing about it. I'm not going to white knuckle this anymore. And I am going to tell you right now over the next two weeks to follow that. We saw a rise in downloads, opportunities came our way that we were like, that's really cool. We saw growth, we saw new comments and renewed energy around my new Tuesday episodes. It was just so cool. We've had a really good two weeks around the podcast that just feels light and fun, and exciting. And we're seeing growth. And I swear to you, it's because I let go. And I wanted to share this with you in a Tuesday shorty because I know I just know that for most of you, there is something in your business that you are white knuckling. You are like forcing it to work. Your expectations are wildly unrealistic, probably, or you just are putting so much control into something that the creativity isn't even flowing anymore. Or it's not even fun anymore, or there's just no the air has been sucked out of it. Where do you need to just let go and let be? Because I promise you, you will find more joy in the work you do if you give up some of those expectations in control. And I literally experienced this firsthand and I wanted to share it with you. Also, I've been subscribing to this way of living. It's a motto I use. And I've been saying it a lot, and it relates to the podcast as well. And that is, I don't chase, I attract. I don't chase, I attract. And for the podcast holding on so tight obsessing about all the numbers, wanting the growth to be a certain way, even though I'm pulling these numbers, sometimes at a thin air, like I wanted to be this. Like, I don't really know why, I just want it to be at this number or these downloads or whatever. And when I let it go, and I wasn't chasing chasing chase scene. The good things started coming in, even just over the last two weeks, and I feel like that's what attraction looks like. I feel like the difference between chasing and attracting is energetically letting it be and just showing up. Showing up as yourself enjoying what you're doing, enjoying the process, being creative, trying new things while letting go of the expectations that these new things have to work out this way or that way. I remember in high school I'm embarrassed to say this, but there was this guy that I really liked his name was John, John Doyle, if you're listening, he would never be listening. But I was so, so into him. And I feel like I chased him. There's like, okay, so we know what happens when you chase, right? There's this desperation. And I feel like there's this desperation that I had with him. And we were really good friends, and I bet he felt it all the time. And there's nothing really good about that feeling, right? But if I were so in dating and in podcasting and anything else that you do in your business, when you turn that to, I'm going to enjoy it. I'm going to show up as my authentic self. I'm going to let go of my expectations and be present with this project I'm working on, that's when you shine, and that's when those attraction strategies start to just organically happen. I believe that. So two things. Do nothing and let the universe show you what to do. I use that energetically. To me, do nothing means letting go. Stop white knuckling. Stop making this something that you have to control. I energetically let go. And then every day I use the model, I do not chase, I attract, and that feels right for me. And maybe it would feel right for you too, and that's why I wanted to share it in this episode. How do you know if your white knuckling? Well, if you're always like, why isn't this working? This needs to happen faster. I'm frustrated. I can't make it work. What's wrong with me? If you have a pit in your stomach or if it's no fun anymore, or if there's this phonetic energy or desperate energy to anything that you're doing, whether it be networking, trying to get people on your podcast, selling your courses, launching webinars, podcasting, making videos, obsessing about your social media numbers, obsessing about your email numbers, whatever it is. It might be something totally different than that. You know that feeling of chasing versus attracting, attracting, feels really grounded for the record. And energetically letting go feels makes you feel really light. And when I started seeing all the rewards come in on my podcast, even just in the last two weeks, I was like, I want more of that, bring it on. So I wanted to share this with you and I hope that it finds you at a time that you're like, okay, yes, I can use this. I can apply this to what I'm doing because at the end of the day, I want you to love your business. I want you to make a lot of money, make a really big impact, but most importantly, really find joy in what you're doing. And letting go can get you there a whole lot faster, my friend. So thanks so much for tuning in. It is always a pleasure to check in with you and take you behind the scenes of things I'm working on, things I've struggled with, things that I've learned, and that's what the Tuesday episodes are all about. I hope you're enjoying them. And I can't wait to see you on Thursday for some more entrepreneurial goodness. Until then, take care. Bye for now. I wanted to jump in here really quick and talk about the customer relationship platform HubSpot. HubSpot is here to help you take a human centered approach to your marketing with an easy to use CRM that aligns with your team and delivers a better experience for your customers. Other CRMs can be cobbled together, but HubSpot is carefully crafted in-house for businesses like yours. It's suite of tools work together seamlessly. 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"john doyle" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

02:01 min | 9 months ago

"john doyle" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"Gotta take a break. We'll be back enough about the helpful. California all right now. We're on air. I have to stop talking about all of the secrets i was just talking about. This is the part of the program where i tell you guys that if you want to be on all of our good sides you gotta go to wherever you get your audio podcasts. Okay we appreciate you watching however you're watching on pluto blaze. Tv youtube facebook. What's up to the live chat by the way at the youtube channel. But who really really would love it if you would go. Why are you laughing at me. Lakes such differently aged person. What's up live chat on the youtube. Hello fellow kids guy on my show. I would like to know booking this guy on my show okay. So here's the deal. I need you to give us five stars and also tell us why john doyle they the audience they wake you make your case because as of right now i'm just saying i don't know unless i hear from you i don't know if you're ever gonna find john doyle back on. You may see your review read live on air like the one today from bradley em seven eleven who says love love love the show. I listen every morning on the way to work on pluto tv. I love your humor and already can't wait for the next show. Keep doing what you're doing. All right and then ken tree. Who says five stars always loved the guests love. Those built bars that there are more reviews about the built bar than there are about me which quite frankly hurts my ego. Just like for all of you guys to know that it does her my ego. But i'm okay with it. Because i love bill bars just as much as you guys do. thank you guys for being here..

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"john doyle" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

06:39 min | 9 months ago

"john doyle" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"Of today's headlines of just the is this real life. Oh yes this is actually real life and we're laughing so we don't cry. San francisco is rolling out a pilot program that will pay high risk indiv- risk individuals to not shoot anyone as a gun crimes. Of course take up in the city. So they will pay this as a pilot program. They will pay ten individuals who are at high risk of being on either and of a shooting three hundred dollars a month to not be involved in crime. I mean this is this. I give i just give up. I you know what guys it was a good experiment what we did here in america and highlight It's it's been it's been it's been fun. It's been something. But i give up because now we're paying people to not commit crimes cash for criminals. The the criminals right now are laughing. Their butts off because if you flip the viewpoint they're basically telling the government paid me my three hundred bucks a month. I'm gonna start shooting people and that's the attitude. That's how it's going to snowball from there. It's like whoa crap. They i promise not rob anymore. Seven elevens if you pay me three hundred a month if not. I'm going to start robin. Seven lives san francisco in these in these progressive. Hell holes crack me up because they just instead of analyzing what they're doing. They doubled down on the bed and everything continues to get worse. It's it's the definition of insanity we one might think. Maybe we could have just not released all the criminals onto the streets last year because there was a virus counterpoint racism so we had to. I mean i guess so. The executive director of one of this commission that is helping helping these criminals says it's not necessarily as cut and dry as folks may think it's not as transactional. Yes as here's a few dollars so that you don't do something bad but it really is about how you help us improve public safety in the neighborhood. I just. They're so out of touch. It like the mentality is literally. You can. Just throw money at people and get them to stop committing crime because they think that the only thing that causes crime is poverty. And it's actually live in neighborhoods. That are crime-ridden. People get mugged for shoes not because they want to take him to the pawn shop and get money for groceries but because they want the shoes. It's not just that they want money. They want like whatever it is and that's why they're doing. Yeah and i mean really the way that you can get people to finally respect. The rule of law is by rewarding. Them i guess by making them feel like the bar is about this. I and if you just if you just meet these very low expectations that we have for you. It reminds me of when people are crossing the border. And we're letting them in. We're giving them money when they were sending them on a bus to go somewhere and start afresh life. And it's like how can you ever expect these people to respect the rule of law when you were awarded them for coming here and breaking the law in the first place we used to have workfare whereas like hey if you get up and go to work. We'll throw you a little something extra now. It's like you do what you want. But if you don't shoot anybody we'll get three hundred dollars that ten dollars a day for every day. You don't shoot somebody. You'll pisses me off even more the word folks you said folks in that whole quote and that's all the thing about it because it's the it's the most bolles thing it's like you're so scared of someone calling you out and like i don't know like generalizing a certain group or something like that. So they say folks. I'm sorry that's meal. What about Latinos latino were. They all say different. They don't even know how to say it. They all say a different. Some say latino some say latin x and spend show by hated hated so stupid it sounds like a tissue or something like that so my very newsy journalistic question at this point is at at. Which point do we finally just say. california Is just kind of just done bacon. Just kind of like if we could just cut their little portion off and they can just float into the ocean. It's crazy if you live there you do feel like you're in a different country because it's it's like an iron curtain so you like everyone. It's it's the ultimate hive mind experience. Everyone thinks the same way. If they don't they're so scared of thinking differently that they pretend the team same way. It's the weirdest thing. And i lived there for like fifteen years absolutely nuts but It's funny they think the same thing about us. They think they work crazy for believing things like choice and freedom. It's kind of strange. You wanna know conspiracy theory. And i have nothing to no evidence to suggest that this domenico but mattielo trust my intuition and the nineteen thirty thousand nine hundred sixty s that was like the middle-class paradise could move out there and sustain a family beautiful scenery. Everybody was happy to be amazing. And then over the course of time. It just became what it is now like now. It's the most unstable in terms of crime in thought police and also like income inequality like no one's having a good time in california and it's like they took that that was like the place to be globally and they took that away from us. I think to demoralize the country. It's weird you watch You watch like google going to youtube and just do like ronald reagan johnny carson. So he's like they're in burbank. Can't la right there and he's talking about you know the government shouldn't be taking money from you. You know they need to get out of our lives low taxes blah you know pull yourself so from bootstraps type thing and the crowd is erupting in applause. California's a solid red. That's the state gave. Nixon gave us a reagan. And now we get what happened to nancy pelosi. She's in california. Yes yeah gavin. Newsom maxine waters to she. I think she is. She's not illinois. I don't know. I don't know she. I mean they're all kind of the same people that really so All right we gotta take a break. We'll be back enough about the helpful. California.

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"john doyle" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

03:52 min | 10 months ago

"john doyle" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"They'll they'll they'll run the race and they'll do the damage they wanna do. And then almost self at mit and they're demanding cognitively not sound. We have known this. We knew it way before which is why couldn't campaign which is why he was into bunker. Which is why still you know he he. He works very short hours of the day. He still not out in the press that often. So i look for me on a serious note. It's abuse it's elderly abuse. It's been abuse. The system is abusing him his support his wife. I mean in the world. I mean which which allow your husband to look this this decrepit from public. So i think it's inevitable. I don't know if he's if you actually resigned though. I think you'll have to be removed. I he thinks he's doing a great job. Yeah he's on cloud nine. He's the president united states. Well you know and it's difficult to because we saw the left completely. Dilute any sort of you know President trump would breathe wrong. And they'd be like oh twenty fifth amendment. We gotta get him outta here. You know water was yes slip on the rams were so he walked down the ramp slowly because it was raining right. And all these things and they're like. Oh my gosh. she can't handle it. We have to get him out of here and so we heard that for the last four years and now i think it's. It's hard because it's like you don't want to sound like you're being them you don't want to sound like you're exaggerating the situation but you look at the man and it's like this is an exaggeration. I feel at this point. Which is why. I'm saying for his sake. Yeah this is an individual. That doesn't know he's being manipulated. He doesn't know that he's being taken advantage are he. Doesn't i mean he's i think joe you're president enjoy every morning he wakes joys. Your president is don't worry we'll run the show and so they are running the who's running the show. That is the real expose. i want zeus. Really pulling the strings. remember when are obese. Mcdonald's eating diet coke. Drinking president got cove it and beat it in like two days. Seventy four seventy five so good. That's all i honestly. That's what i was thinking about. When started tire i was missing. I liked it. He just plugged. Mcdonald's i which i do not recommend going to know but i am. I wrong like it. It feels like you're playing into their game by saying. Hey this guy is really not fit for office. But it's like he really isn't fit for office is it's only framed that way because they abuse cried wolf workers they cried wolf and this is what happens with the whole impeachment stuff. You know impeaching president twice there now. Where does it end. Because now you've cried wolf you've broken the system it's healthy sierra to ask is the men cognitively sound enough to run for mayor or school board over your head coach president. I mean just take the test that president trump took the test. You made him take tessa. Just take the test right. Nothing wrong right. Thank took third. It's nothing to hide. This is a call out to all his whole team. Although joe biden didn't take the test although then it's like well of lot happens then we get carmela so like pick the lesser of two weeks. They're about to throw her overboard themselves. Because she's falling apart unraveling and but but yes. That would make worse. That would be worse. What do what do you think which would be worse. See it's hard. He can't come. I calmly would be worse buddy that that is a vixen not know that is chuck clown on a whole 'nother level and it. Can i say this. I'm going to say it sounds bad. But it's honestly because she's not a white man that would be so bad simply because the media would just it would like you took. Mlk and rosa parks and obama and like the like voltron and that would be just couldn't handle it would just be seeing policies on my goodness..

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"john doyle" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

02:13 min | 10 months ago

"john doyle" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"Do i miss asking questions. So i just. It's a very. I mean i haven't i hear this right but it's not. I would say a right-wing talking point. No it's not a point that you hear often in mainstream conservatism. To just be like well joe. Biden's just doing this. So it's just bizarre. It's it's hard for me to wrap my brain around why he would continue just like spouting this out at random it's radical okay and it's kind of get attention. It's so extreme. He wants to say. Hey we're being accused of this most radical thing completely discredit the right because see if they say this they're all crazy loony and so that's what you do. I mean that's great deflection. That's what you were doing an argument. You know when to siblings accuse each of you just go you just go out. I i just got to get to data i well. She did this in the worst thing ever. And it's like whoa. It's shock and awe right. And so i think he thinks that he can shut people up from asking him pertinent questions. Just throwing out this. He's doing it. Repeatedly is caught twice on camera now. I'm doing it in in public forums. So office is doing it often. But it's It's very very interesting. That the man that says that is the same man that rolled back legislation to keep kids safe in. This country. Fact rolled back and executive order. President trump signed to five feet from him. Heck i got the penny sign it with to protect children in this country that man rolled it back day. Two of his administration right. It was a bipartisan thing. And nothing to do with politics was kids so it's ironic that his son laptops don't get investigated and he can make statements like the really think we republican the democrats. Do anything to children. Yeah yeah. I do not sucking blood. We talked about not defending and protecting children's. So i just think it's going out there. Just say oh the conservatives nuts what they accusing us off. Yeah yeah All right we've got more to come. I who want to thank our sponsor this segment bambi. So if you are a business owner entrepreneur you run a small business. You know that. Hr issues can completely kill your business. You could be held responsible for you..

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"john doyle" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

04:39 min | 10 months ago

"john doyle" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"Today the crisis at the border continues and joe biden makes a really odd deflection when a very simple question. I'm sure you guys are very very shocked to hear that we've got all that and more coming up and it starts right now. Hey happy friday. I am sarah gonzales. Welcome to the news and why it matters. It should be pretty fun one. today. I've got at the table yucky billions host of the show who is like data outright. Now yes data out right now. Happy birthday to your son way. And also we've got here at the table. My best best friend. Apparently john doyle political commentator. You're saying that it's not true but it is true. John was quite a character. Good mooch to make you feel good well because she's anyway anyway. John doyle is here. Yeah publians is here. Should be a good show. Let's get into the headlines of the day. I'm sure it will come as no surprise to you. Gentlemen since we actually live in texas we know a little bit about what is going on at the border with illegal immigration and now we have buses leaving this texas city at the heart of the border crisis. They're struggling to keep up with business. We've got look if you guys are watching this program. Not listening audio podcasts. There is a bus i mean. They're just. They're flooding these buses. They cannot keep up with it. This is happening in mcallen. Which by the way is not el paso which is where kamala finally bothered to show up at the airport in el paso and said oh. I visited the crisis. That's actually not. The heart of the crisis is but throughout the last couple of days we've seen literal gates opened and people just walking in we've seen literal gates opened and them letting some people come in other people being shout. We've seen a couple of scary situations where you have people who are actually pushing on the gates pushing on the people in front of them waiting to be let in. But they're saying over in mcallen we don't have enough private bus seats to get everyone out and still we're hearing from from the white house from the biden administration that this is not in fact a crisis. I want to get your thoughts on this gentleman. But i also want to bring into the conversation because it obviously has to do with it. Three and ten illegal immigrants in ice custody are declining. Because vid vaccine so. Think what you will have the vaccine. I know i am in good company. When i say i personally will not be taking it. I personally do not only do not trust it but also do not feel the need to take it but the left says cove is a big crisis. They've even alluded to possibly shutting things down again in the fall if things continue where they're going because you have to get back your priest patriotic duty. According to the left and now we are seeing all of the people they are letting in all of the strangers they are letting in from the border three and ten are actually declining. The co vaccine at all and. I'm sure that that's totally fine for them. Look the again. The hypocrisy is so thick right so we can't screen in profile and find out if the child coming across the border is being trafficked or whether it's a predator at the border but we have to have vaccine protocol number one while also we. You need a vaccine passport your own country. They don't need to we can't we can't have voter. Id in this country but we we're going to vaccine passports. We need vaccine passports within within the country to walk around but they can flood across the border. And who knows what kind of a disease and whoever they are but this is not now surfacing in the news. but it's been like this from the get-go fusses literally picking people up and driving mcallen. And they just dropped them in mcallen. Now finally mcallen saying we can't handle this anymore now. Bus picking them up in mcallen and taking him everywhere. And i want people to watch to know. This is not just a huge texas issue huge. But we're finding folks in soon to a sitting area. The other noise wisconsin are again. I was in oregon for almost a month right..

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"john doyle" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"john doyle" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"You don't wanna you don't wanna wanna mess with a mom situation. Yup here's your book. She's holding is in my study. It's called it's perfectly normal at supported by what's happening to my body boys. What's happening to my body for borough girls that curriculum comprehensive sex was written by the united nations by unesco seekers planned. Parenthood was taken africa. And then it was adopted by a governor called gavin newsom and gavin newsom rooted into executive order instead of california. Where every kid instead of california in public school now that yes that book on page twelve asks boy if anal sex hurts h ten now. They've brought it down to kindergarten. H five and they do teach masturbation in the classroom at age five and if the teacher is not willing to teach it and this is what i do for a living if the teachers not wanting to teach it they will gladly bring a planned parenthood representative into the classroom to come this right and so this is critical race theory going on. And then you've got an absolute indoctrination of sexual desensitization of children at age. Five while our country's average were pornography entry is boys aged eight now talking about boys asking questions we have a twelve year. Old boy working with nell. Who's sitting in a classroom. They asked him. This ain't no sex hurt. He goes on youtube. Type seeing anal sex. He gets graphic porn two months later. He's a porn addict. He's now watching two hours porno two week. That is a hundred percent contributed to the superintendent. I spoke to frisco. Isd last night in texas about this very issue. This is a mess. You a pandemic or epidemic in our country. This is it. This is when you have a five year old having to talk about masturbating in front of his friends in kindergarten. Wake up america. You talk mama bear. She should get the claws out and draw blood. We're talking about our children here and this is coming after. Every single american had voted for joe biden. I say this is on you wanted. I miss the christian right of the eighties and the nineties. I was in a bookstore few weeks ago. And there was something on display on like one of the end caps and it was like you know intro to voodoo and spell casting for kids and just sort of thought to myself thirty years ago not that this is good but there would have been christian moms coming in like kicking that over like you're not going to indoctrinate our children into like a cult worship and things like this. There are two complementary ideas that are existing within that coalition one is that child sexuality does exist. They can be eight nine years old. We need to teach them about these graphic things for their education. They know how to pleasure themselves properly. That's one idea. The second idea is that kids are completely understanding of themselves and their identity they are able to consent to things like hormone blockers and sex silencer surgery. What is the implication of those two ideas that are flowing parallelly or i guess concurrently that child sexuality exists and also children can consent. What's the results of that. And it will. The slippery slope doesn't exist really because in two thousand and fifteen. There were predictions that were made. And that's going to happen here. We are six years later in the ninety s predictions were made. That's not gonna happen here. We are within even my lifetime twenty within my lifetime that is the result because they want you mentioned pornography to the average age Seven or eight years old. He said yeah and so now. I did as interesting inch my channel. I have like a two hour dissertation against pornography. i think you'd really be interested in since it overlaps with your work. It's like they want to get people addicted to this over sexualize culture because it corrodes the spirit and it just gets them totally locked in and it makes them a slave to their own desires. And if you're a slave to your desire you can never really see the truth because everything that you observe about. The world is always going to be through the lens of your own perversion corruption. More important is the only drug that re channels the narrow pathway of the brain is no other rock and this is all talk about women's rights. This is a direct violation on women's rights. Why because when you desensitize them into sex they objectify women the women's self objectify. Now you've got a very weak society because the man is supposed to be the hunter the putin abair back on a horse to go out and go get meet but the mom makes the homestead and works and keeps the family together and keeps the kids when a dad goes on a trip and he comes home. Do you know what my wife says. Hey you gotta step back into the system buddy not going to disrupt sleep cycles insisting moms are pivotal to society. Here's one of them and win. You sexualize a young culture. The biggest loser is women. It's women women's sports the womb winds life start. This is a apps. This is how you break women. And then you've got these absolute idiots who are feminist. Who wanna come and say they fight for women's rights. They don't have a clue how you wrote. A women issued go after children and attack sexuality in you normalize sex with children one hundred percent. They've destroyed femininity. That's the reason. Why statistically the profile of the most depressed person in. This country is a middle-aged working woman with no children All right well. That was who i feel like. I just gone to church over here. We've got a lot more to come. I wanna thank our sponsor omaha steaks. So father's day is around the corner. Here is your last chance you guys to get your dad. Something that he will love. But.

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"john doyle" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"john doyle" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"Biden administration released. Its new white house. National security council plan to address domestic terrorism today and they pledged to focus on curbing the spread of the militia extremism and quote white supremacy that That the administration says is the most are the most persistent and lethal threats so they have laid out a comprehensive approach to addressing the threat while safeguarding bedrock american civil rights and civil liberties values. That make us who we are. As a nation this was according to joe biden in a press conference and By the way the nfc the national security council now defined domestic terrorism as this is this is the the definition activities that involve accidents to human life. That are a violation of the criminal. Laws of the united states or of any state appear to be intended to intimidate or coerce a civilian population to influence the policy of government by intimidation or coercion or to affect the conduct of a government by mass destruction assassination or kidnapping and occur of course within the jurisdiction of the united states. So this is also. This comes as i know. I was telling you guys off air but i just saw the clip so i couldn't pull it for the show but cnn was discussing. How the f. b. had said that They were actually looking for Maybe some sort of violent acts from cunanan they said The fbi has warned lawmakers in washington that cunanan on followers may become more violent because they can no longer trust the plan. So you see the foundation being laid to demonize. Well you john media specifically you He's an african american. So i feel like he gets a pass. He's from south africa. Okay you just a moment passport. American passport african american not skin pigment. Okay so far. So that's our that's our that's our out you but you john they're laying the foundations able to demonize. I think we actually found out that. I am more native american than elizabeth warren. Which if she's the metric of native american representations yes yes and so you going to pass exactly exactly people look at that definition which is amazing. Thank you for that definition because by that definition black lives matter inc is a domestic terrorist organization by that definition burning buildings down threatening lives so by that definition and this is the double standard. You see from this administration all day long. And they snared themselves. They can't help themselves because they'll throw something out there like the pasta theory. If it sticks it sticks in when they double back goes oh snap. Cancel culture can turn back on us now. What happens if one of our own turns against us. caitlyn jenner. how do we handle that. How how do we pivot. Pivot a constant pervert because it's no conviction so by definition black lives matter inc then by their account as national domestic terrorist organization. Never in the history of recorded taxed. Has there been something written with as little self awareness as that definition. She's incredible all of the left-leaning organism. I know and that's what's so scary. Is they have such a firm grip on us in this country where they can literally in any major city They can terrorize. Burn down buildings and intimidate people. You can't walk around with a trump hat or a maga ahead on anymore like you will be assaulted. i've been to all sorts of political rallies. I've never seen like an actual white supremacist. Kkk doesn't exist. nazis don't exist they have no representation. Nobody likes them. They have no support anywhere whereas communists have all the institutional support. We know that. But it's like we can be escorted into buildings by federal police. They can say you can stay as long as you don't break anything and then what happens. We get a commission. We're going to be written about in compared to the nine eleven hijackers and it's like they're like literally using federal police to target us. And i have to say when i see someone like vladimir putin saying that like you know biden. This perhaps using his his doj to target his political opposition. And then you see him and he's riding a horse. You explore the possibility of moving to moscow with with serious intent. But just a little bit. I wanna say to included in this plan that they have laid out By the way it's likely to cost more than one hundred million dollars. There is an effort to provide retiring members of the united states military who are deemed at risk of being seduced by extremism with anti radicalization training. So they will take it upon themselves to make sure that you don't get radicalized by anyone and they will give you that anti radicalization training as a thank you for your service. I guess before you leave and then go and retire And this is after we've seen all of these woke commercials About the people who are joining the ranks. What could possibly go wrong. That's what the anti radicalization is radicalized. People and people just want to be left alone and then you start throwing this in their face like you have to feel guilty for loving your country. You have to feel guilty because you're born white and it's like that's what radicalized people because they insist on cramming down everybody's throats but it is that is the status quo. That is the game plan you disrupt from within. This is son sue. This is the art of war. This is how you do battle in the military. If i have a problem with you. I don't fight you. I get someone else to fight you for me. I take the spoils. This is how you do it so you create disruption in a culture by critical race theory. That's going rampant through this country. And you create this sub context without definition by the way because none of these things have definition so so what is radical. Ask them to define. Can't defy nothing has definition. It's gross bent and big words and definition that they can feminine bu- sony statements but that no finishes so you can't put it down. You can't legislate on it so well you said you know. This group now qualifies as a domestic terror group. Well we didn't mean it that way. We're three men. They can burn the building down. But you can't because you their own skin color so it's divisiveness and they have to divide. This is clinton. this is obama. This is all of them. They have to create a race conversation in this country. They can't run their party without race tangent critical race theory or pitting people against each other. So we're doing their dirty work for them really honestly by going against each other By them starting the narrative with no definition. And just say yeah on white. Men should apologize for being white. No thank you do right. So it's just time to draw a line well the nsa has also categorized what happened on january sixth as domestic terrorism of course is what prompted joe biden to do all of this. What are your thoughts on on that john. What specifically one six. Yeah i mean qualifying it as domestic terrorism I think it's a his point. It's it's just vaguely defined so as to keep the establishments in power and people who would be inclined to dissenter..

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"john doyle" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"john doyle" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"Today joe biden prepares to confront vladimir putin amid his g seven blunders more vaccine passports on the way and chuck schumer is apparently an ablest. We have a lot coming up today and it starts right now. Welcome to the news and why it matters. I am sara gonzalez. Yes it is still the same show just with a different opening Sorry i missed you guys yesterday. Jason bilateral was supposed to fill in for me and then he just went and got food poisoning which i found to be very rude. So our apologies but we are back and ready to go also back with a yakubu host of the show. Who by the way. I would just like for everyone to know before. Well let me just go ahead. John doyle i guess i got introduce you. Of course this is a heck off commies own. John doyle but i had a lot of people reaching out to me. I think that they were worried that there was some rift because On where's the kabul. Where is he. Why isn't he on. We acco- without of town. There's no rift ray. Family dynamics come on so missed. You missed you. It's so good to be back. Thank you so much. I know you did a great job. I got to watch some of the shows while filming our tv series. Got too big time producer. I i had withdrawals we did too. So it's good for you to be back in honor. You're welcome everyone. We like to give the people what they want. So let's get into the news of the day so obviously like i said i was gone yesterday. We didn't get to talk about all of the g g seven summit meetings blunders And then of course. Now biden is preparing to confront vladimir putin in geneva this week Now biden has been blunt in his assessments of putin. In the past you will recall probably They had asked like do you think he's a killer and he basically unequivocally had said yes A little bit different now. I believe this was yesterday. During the nato summit he was asked the same question And then what. Would you say vladimir putin and i think joe biden once again short-circuiting live on television. Watch this weekend interview. Vladimir putin laughed at the suggestion that you had called him a killer is that still your beliefs are that he is a killer. Specially the first question. I'm laughing to the action. Well look i mean. He is made clear that the.

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"john doyle" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"john doyle" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Elijah Schaefer and John Doyle with us tonight. It was great to have you on the program. You know, I'm ready to take my life back. I really am, But I don't have Fauci or gates permission to do so yet, And I think that's the problem. I think we relied too heavily on these close up. Experts. They're on TV and we think, Oh, they're on TV. How wonderful they are. They're telling us how to live. But yet there been so many people who have tried to get word out that we need to think this way or that way, too, And they're being not hurt because they're on the smaller screen. They're being limited the smaller screen and even then they're being censored by Facebook or YouTube. And, of course, you know Elijah Jonah see their share of being harassed because they're trying to give a different viewpoint. And so that's why I think they're the most appropriate guest to have on the show tonight to talk about this very subject, because I'm like I say, I I I had my moment just before Thanksgiving when we were told to leave the studios. Where we were originating our programming and they did this to us, and we had no way of getting things built and ready to go in the time it takes to t pick up the ball and run again. And and that's why you know once again. I'm grateful that you know a lot of our producers and those who are in that behind the scenes have taken the time to at least get us to the point where recording shows that getting into the networks. But you know, the next comes the phone lines. The next comes the hookups to the satellite. Everything is done in in portions with what little we have. And and once again, you know, I want to thank those who support us. With aftermath, Got media? Those who subscribe the 9 99 a month that helps is well and, of course, you know Elijah and John, You know, it's good that we have your support to coming on the program and giving your words of wisdom to people because you had the experience. I thank you for being on the program tonight..

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Boston police seeking info on shooting of 2 teens in Dorchester

WBZ Morning News

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Boston police seeking info on shooting of 2 teens in Dorchester

"Boston police now asking for the public's help after two teenage boys were shot and killed in Dorchester on Sunday afternoon, Boston police Sergeant John Doyle explaining what happened, responded That 4:42 p.m. 46 Wildwood Street on a report of a person shot arrival, officers discovered two males at the scene both transported to local hospitals. Right now it's an active investigation with no arrests. It's an inside crime scene and in Boston police are asking for help from the public this morning. Still no arrests. Have been made

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"john doyle" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"john doyle" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"People can buy the barrel basically and they battle it for you and we did a barrel of Blanton's batons which is a fairly popular most people. I'm sure familiar with Blanton. You Bet and They set four barrels aside and nineteen of us so a fairly fairly democratic group usually. It's a smaller group. But you know it was a team building event as much as a VIP one or down the road it'll be a VIP one and and We all got together and sampled a few pours from each barrel and After three rounds we settled on the barrel. We like that search and it'll be battled in the standard Blanton's bottle horse on top and all that I'm not sure what the sticker say exactly it'll say something to the effect back to pick for you know twenty fires or something like that Nice. That's really cool. I love it a little different You know we we all love the calendars even the pens and the jackets but To either a bottle of Blanton's isn't too bad either and then if you don't You know drinking thinking isn't for you It makes a great gift for someone you know who does no doubt Dan Imagine. It'll go away. I very cool glad. Oh glad we fleshed it out. I also want to flesh out another topic. People can utilize optics E. Q.. And they could buy their own plans. Give everybody a snapshot. We'll probably talk to John Doyle next week in Vegas at and you'll be around too but it you know it came came up A couple of different times and and In particular with Brian Shimer Te The other day talking about his win in the Pegasus betting challenge challenge a give everybody just a quick overview of of how the product works. And what you like about it. Because I know you've been using it It's a success yourself. Yeah no I've really enjoyed using it. It's easy to obviously can be daunting some word sheet you know there are some hieroglyphic style. configuration into what you're looking at but it it. It really is intuitive. And you get the hang of it. Pretty Quick So please anyone out. There was thought about taking the plunge absolutely do not look at the Danzig factor for you But the there's several things that go into it there's some notes and some PP style figure and things of that nature. But.

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"john doyle" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"john doyle" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"We're back at the racist. Bottom of our three on what's been a fast paced Thursday and the action starts tomorrow at Oaklawn. And Ed Rosa couldn't wait he couldn't he wasn't gonna wait for the southwest or for the for the rebel or or for the Arkansas derby. He's he's on his way, and he joins us now. And and he could be anywhere. We're where we find you. Well, right now, unfortunately, I thought it'd be a lot closer to hot springs when we talk. But there was a what looks to be a very nasty accident based on some media reports. And I am stuck fifty miles west of Memphis, and I forty and we're more just we're just chilling. I'm glad I have gas. Well, boy, you doing that you should have stopped off at Southland and take it in the matinee for the dogs at fluently. If I and I did see some traffic, but you know, maybe gotten progressively worse. And definitely one of those situations. I I don't really want to complain about sitting in traffic because it's it sounds as critical as it gets absurd. Yeah. So an inconvenience, obviously. But I mean, I just you know, what it is anyone who has to get the other end of that hall and just hope. Hope it's as good as it can be for whoever. Well, the and actually for our purposes having a stationary is, safer and. Right. There's the positive. To the gas station, but that was arrested area, and that didn't even need to be an option. So, but give me plenty of time to think about the ended Oaklawn tomorrow for opening day. And as always you look at these first three cards said, and if it's a preview of of what we're gonna get all winter and into the spring, and of course, the new shifted schedule that's going to go all the way to day there's gonna make some intrigue obviously after that second Saturday in April, your thoughts, and and give everybody a primer on the support from twin spires and bridge that. Fantastic need as you said. I couldn't wait to get down here. So happy to be part opening week of what's really sort meeting for them as you said going all the way to may. You know, I've talked a lot about Oakland of the past couple of weeks getting excited to coming. And and one of the top comments fat, probably is, you know, seems like a fun track to play. I try to get involved really difficult for me to sort of figure out the racing there. And you know, maybe it's the class levels or a mix of trainers. Some the the east coast may not be familiar with. And I don't disagree. It's definitely a challenge. But with the field size and the the pick five especially there are some really juicy payouts. And it's not a track where it's a bunch of favorites. So you can get a little creative. I definitely would say you you wanna bankroll to sustain the swings with the full. Field and such but payouts or too good. And one thing, you know, sometimes we joke about it. But no seriousness. If you're thinking about getting involved, and you're used to many other tracks in the country. They are going in the gate at zero minutes at Oaklawn, and they are going off time so adjust accordingly. That's probably one of the biggest tips that could give don't get shut out. But otherwise twinspireScom we have a wagering guide. Some really good information on some trainer Ingles. And I really enjoyed reading the dick stuff about what types of trips usually get the job done there. Forwardly placed no surprise with an all dirt track is definitely ideal. But one thing I really liked what John Doyle and the winter did with his piece he looked at jockeys. And maybe were they excel in their their pace type. So encourage everyone to go to twin spires dot com and check that out and put it into action this weekend starting tomorrow. With the smarty Jones stakes..

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