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"kabibi" Discussed on How I Got Here with Dave Fiore

How I Got Here with Dave Fiore

13:15 min | 1 year ago

"kabibi" Discussed on How I Got Here with Dave Fiore

"Life now in you know you have sacrificed personal goals for your family and to be a mom. How do you feel about that? Well I feel pretty good about that. I am now in space whereas the older I'm thinking about. What is it that I wanNA do when I boil down all of these big high profile goes? What is it that I wanted to do? I tell you that I journal and so I found one of my journals. I wrote all of these. Life goes not literally wrote him out detail by detail but at the end of that statement in some part of the wisdom that I had Wrote ultimately I just want to help people and be a great writer else like Oh yeah I do. Enjoy writing right something. That kinda got lost as I was raising the kids and helping people with the ultimate goal. Even being an attorney. That was what I wanted to do. I wanted to make a difference in people's lives in so I'm doing a started. I in the lives of my kids where my family where I learned how to give myself. They're like really unselfishly and in that has shuttle into community. How will we got the baby? tim months ago. People thought I was crazy. You were home free your last child with in kindergarten. You had everybody out the house. Why would you accept the Child One? That wasn't yours in that you didn't really know the mom and I just. It felt like my responsibility as what it felt like. It wasn't I can tell a whole elaborate story about it now but at the time it just was the right thing to do. Okay so I didn't realize that there's more to the story of your last Kabibi. Yeah so the last baby is not biologically her me and Harris Chow were essentially dropped on our doorsteps for lack of a better term His mother came with a hand written note and said she she couldn't care for me. Could we watch them for a couple of days with what it was supposed to be it? MTA ten months later here. We are we still have him. And he's a wonderful addition our our house he really fitting like he always belonged here but Yeah we accepted him as so we've taken that responsibility For him he's the community. Baby Hashtag we use Hashtag area. Yeah so that's that's how we got him. So why do you think that the mom dropped him off on your doorstep? I this last week so if I were to say the whole story ended it out. I WanNa give you the whole context. You understand it so Mr Norris was a guy who did. Eisenhower's jobs in the neighborhood became a really good friend of my although he has substance abuse issues in all of this but he was like in away with kind of way a dysfunctional. Kaunda father or uncle or something So I had known him tell time Mr Norris is suffering with liver cancer at this time is so I'm in Chicago. Get a call. Last May on this Monday is the Monday. After Mother's Day he says The young girl had a baby and she wanted me to know I was like okay. I'm in Chicago is in the news prayer. Whatever so I called my daughters godmother and ask because she go to the hospital in prairie girl because she called to let me know she had a baby and And she that I kinda thought it was. That was it and I got back home on Friday morning. I remember odors girl had a baby. She wanted me to know so I called the north and I asked. How's the girl? She had the baby how she doing whatever he said she would call. He would call her check. Oh her and so that she came to my House Day with this little baby four days. Oh Oh right at hospital in all she had was three diapers in like two little hospital things the formula and our by whereas the rest of the stuff. He shoes like this all. I have sauce. Okay I took a picture on facebook with the baby and I'm like hey smallest came to my house. Yeah let's help his mom. Keep this baby. In people bought stuck to my house like girls boys of little knickknacks. They had some people cash at me so it was about a hundred dollars people cast at. I took her to the store because I was just coming from collective impact conference while I was learning about charity to justice in allowing people do stuff for themselves so I took store inaccurate. Whatever she picks up I'm GONNA allow I'M GONNA pay for them out of what it costs so she picked up a lot of things for the baby came back. She packed everything up day. She took it with the baby. I'm thinking there's mother's going to be fine. That was going to bring you last time. I would see her day later. She bought that baby back without the stuff. We bought in a handwritten note and said she needed help. She'd have anywhere to stay. She didn't want baby on the streets with her had fifty fallacy. Democrat wrote story about it. Usa Today picked it up So it's kind of been out there but in the black community. I'm not anomaly. People have been raising. He was at the s forever. So this is isn't new. It sounds is a great story media because I have seven kids. She takes on another baby in his this great hero syndrome thing. But it's really it's been it's been happening forever and I felt a responsibility to that. Child could not send him out to be in the streets. When I knew I'm used to doing this. I've done it forever right so I know it's I mean in in all cultures. It's you know grandparents help out family members aunts uncles but I. I don't hear that much about just other people in the community taking on that responsibility but that that happens yea me you hear mostly with caregivers but there. I'm pretty sure. There has been instances after the article came out. I had older women in the community. Come up to me and say make sure you get custody of that baby legally because I was raising a child in the mom came took it after three years or somebody came and got it after four got shot at the fourteen years or whatever five hammered. All of these stories of people. Raising children is then that mom where that father somebody getting their life together or warning benefits for the child and coming to take that child away from that person so I. I couldn't think about all of that at the time like I all I could think about is. How do I keep this child safe? How do I keep him in a place where he's GonNa have love siblings and parents in it? He can have a chance at a life. That's what I thought about so have you. Have you legally adopted him not yet so I've literally been the glorified babysitting for the last nine months When I was invited to the state of the State Address Young. Man's me on my shoulder. He was like news now under the lady who got the baby was like he was like how is DC of treaty. You I was like. I don't have a DCF case he could not believe. I didn't have a DCF CARE. And one of my lt classmates who also worked for of the was working on heart. Ian To try to figure out something needs to be done the Lo and behold within the last month I've gotten temporarily custody of him so tell me how you got so connected to the bond community in how you kind of grew to the role that you're in a in representing bond and and looking out for the welfare of its its residents protecting. Its history looking forward to its future. How did that happen? He was Canada by accident. Heroin Iowa's we got married. We were Buying a home and we looked kind of all over the city and we really like Housing Jake gaither area which we didn't realize at the time the names of the neighborhood at least. I didn't 'cause I'm not from Tallahassee in the House that we bought here on Saxon Street was both our number two peak in Herrell in good wisdom Did Not want to use all of the amount. We qualify for it to buy a home. He was like we want to stay under this in. This house fit where we were looking for. Half four bedrooms two bathrooms and it was in that price range in so we bought this House again. Not even understanding that. This was the bond community so several years past in I tended Neighborhood Leadership Academy and we're learning all about Tallahassee in the government and everything our neighbors as someone says you live in the Barn community like Oh really I grew up in Miami. We don't really name our communities. We name our parts of town and so I was like okay. Well that's good and there's no recognize voice. What do you mean by that? We got county a see commissioners. So I'm thinking that those are the voices that represent the community. No we don't have any recognized voice in the actual community. So I dug deeper in the final. Was that mean commit like a community leader Neighborhood Association of some resident sort that would give insight into what the community wanted. I ended up. I was invited to A FAN meeting. Ken was just getting started. Capital Network Christina starting at with other south side residents in creating southside coalition of neighborhoods to be advocates for our own communities in south side. As a whole I was my neighborhood was not even a recognized neighborhood. We didn't have a recognized neighborhood association. We have providence APPALACHIA reach south city those areas that would counter or so. I came to my community in started with Neighborhood Affairs Injured. Griffin was working incidents. Lasette five if she gave me this package just how you become a neighborhood association. So they gave me a map and said draw the boundaries of the neighborhood and act. What were the traditional boundaries of the neighborhood and they gave me some specs of that and I extended that line to include Samuel Way because a lot of of new construction was beginning orpheum. Ua as though I included family way came all the way down the late. Bradford back up. Orange County scoop around colleagues tears in that this became the Greater Bond Neighborhood Association. I mean great neighbor. But I'm like okay what are we? Start 'EM I in my mind you start with the school because the school essential to the in this neighborhood assists in the middle of the community in so if you start with the school you're going to begin to see the issues that are happening in the homes in what people are dealing with. Did you ruffled feathers by being the you know the girl from Miami who wants to come in and in kind of lead community that like you said that you didn't grow up in definitely I. I run a ruffled. A lot of the first people were saying. Hey I WANNA help. What can I help? And that was great one at everybody to help we in the churches hell also but I wanted churches to understand that. This is twenty three charges in his neighborhood. The church has a different roles in the neighbor. He does right and I think that was where. I really stepped on the toes where I was making a distinction between the role of the church in the role of the neighborhood in how we were to move forward like the charges. Responsibility is to save souls into you know to Minister to the the the sole who need of the people. Where the neighborhood has the focus on those infrastructural needs the economic? Needs all of those things we have to focus on that will not necessarily ally the mission of the Church so I believe that is where the were big. Use offense came. I never imagined I would carry this every day. Dave I never imagined our wake up with thinking about my neighborhood every single day in..

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"kabibi" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"kabibi" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

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"When you learn how to navigate a cofounder relationship, you become better at every relationship." - Jen Rubio on mastering communication in a work partnership

Skimm'd from The Couch

12:27 min | 1 year ago

"When you learn how to navigate a cofounder relationship, you become better at every relationship." - Jen Rubio on mastering communication in a work partnership

"John rubio is the co founder of away be suitcases and brand so you see absolutely everywhere we love them. We use them. We have tried them in every single travel situation and they do not disappoint jan. I and her co founder stephanie corey started away in twenty fifteen raising thirty one million in seed financing making away. One of the highest funded female back startups. They performed the amazing feat of securing twelve hundred orders before they even had a prototype in hand in the three short years since then they have scaled their business to travel empire that is currently valued at over one point four billion. It's no wonder that was stats like this. They've been recognized. Cnn is by fast company as one of the top most innovative companies and have been featured on the forbes thirty under thirty list <hes> jen. We are so excited to have you here her and have this conversation thank you. I'm so happy to be here so jen. Welcome to the couch and let's get into it. Let's do it all right. Skim your resume for for us okay so it is all over the place. I don't know if i would have hired myself but i started out <hes> doing supply chain for a big c._p._g. Company then went to tweeting for taco trucks <hes> i was at an a digital agency working for big brands and they did social media for for an ira started up and retail innovation for like a traditional fashion retailer and now we're here away so i know none of that makes makes a lotta sense but it it. It got me to where i am now. Was there a common thread. When you think about all of the experiences that you've had yeah i love the idea of a common thread right because in hindsight you can find one after i kind of left the logistics and supply chain world the common thread was i wanted to do things that connected to people so it was really fascinated by how people interacted with brands by their those brands or products are restaurants. I was really fascinated with how to reach people in new ways. What is not on your linked in profile that we should know about you. <hes> actually a lot so you know to make a lot of those careers which jazz <hes> i had to kind of do other things on the side so at one point i was a personal assistant to a big hollywood director under personal assistant i was i was very good which is very high standards for personal assistant and actually that almost led into me working on a film so this gone and it's only different direction <hes> yeah i had a i had a lot of like weird jobs and jobs that didn't pan out like after after <hes> after i left all saints right before starting away. I actually headed three month stint as a c._m._o. Fruit juice company which was really bad at cal well and that's why you don't know about it just a casual c._m._o. Interim seattle did you always want to be an entrepreneur no not at all and and i have to think staff my co-founder for guiding me into that because it was one of those things where i called her and i was like there's such an opportunity here <hes> there's no great luggage brands grads. There's no no one even really talking about travel the way i think they should be and she was like well. Why don't we do it and that that little thing at the end like never occurred to me. It was just like let me just vent to her. So what what does your day like. What is the typical day for. There's no typical day. I've been been very intentional over the last year about getting to the place. I am today where my day consists less of actually doing the work more spending time with the people to guide the work that they're doing <hes> and that's really really hard for me. Like a way is kabibi. We <hes> we just started. You know it feels like <hes> but now we're in the place and at a size where if i'm the the one doing the work it's probably not very good so i spent a lot of my time with my direct report just like talking about the vision for the company the vision for what they're doing and like really really empowering them to make their decisions <hes> which is really rewarding but i think when things are tough can what makes me feel really helpless so i wanna go back to kind of the curiosity in you because <hes> i think we both started smiling when you talked about side hustles because we're we're big proponents of that i i it's clear that curiosity has kind of been the connective tissue for you throughout your career. We had to choose one and i wanna talk about the transition of how you left sort of corporate route retail to turning. What was you know frustration around what you weren't seeing in the marketplace to obviously the launching point of away so we're gonna go back to the aha moment <hes> first of all. How did you meet staff just kind of walk us through that while steph actually work together at where parker i was the eyewear yeah exactly the unnamed irons i wear startup clutch hurry whereas actually great because she was my work doc wife at worby and we we actually didn't work together on projects which i think is how we establish a friendship you know she was wanna coffees with and got lunch with and went to happy hour with but i also was in meetings with her and like we understood how each other worked and we understood each other's work ethic and what was important to us and we also kinda got trained at the same place so we had the same context going into this and i can't tell you how important that was. It just made it so easy to decide to start the company company together because there was none of that lake getting to know each other to clara's. There's always like oh. That's that's how slowly respond to emails that this but she knew that about me going. You know <hes> and i knew how fast she was. This is a perfect match but i think <hes> having worked together for a few years really helped and <hes> we kind of had no doubts going into it so i want to go back to the partnership part it because obviously the it hits close to home for us but just talk about the idea like how what happened that you were like no one's really doing interesting and travel to this is a really good idea. Yes <hes> so i was in an airport. <hes> i was in between jobs is traveling trying to figure out actually what job i was going to take next and my luggage breaks in the middle of the airport. Are you going <hes>. I was in zurich heading back to london rose still living at the time <hes> think of the end of the trip and it was kind of like this very like cartoony dramatic. I guess the zipper had slowly started ripping apart as i was walking and i turn around and there's a trail of like underwear on so i was like not only do go back and pick up all your stuff so i have this broken bag and i'm asking my friends for suggestions on what bag i should get. You know all my very well traveled france who obviously bring a bag with them. Every time they travel. No-one had a suggestion like half the people. I didn't even know what brand they use found really really <hes> interesting given the nature of the people that i was asking so <hes> it got me thinking about why there wasn't one prevalent recommendation and really dug into the industry a little more super fragmented. There's no brand love. It's like something you need had been totally commodities but i think what got me site is that obviously there's a huge opportunity to talk about travel experiences and the places you're going and all of these things passionate about an nobody in luggage was is doing that like every luggage company that existed was talking about what the nylon was made out over. You know the wheels zippers and the just wasn't interesting interesting. It's been such a short amount of time from. It seemed like when you had that too where you guys are today <hes>. Did you think think about testing the idea did you when we talk about like those twelve hundred orders that you secured before it even really was at market <hes> how did you. I know that this wasn't just a flash in the pan idea but that you could actually build a huge business off this. <hes> i mean i could have been just a flash in the pan. We didn't know until until it wasn't but i think we went into this feeling really confident for a few reasons. I think a lot of people think when you're designing a product starting company you're kind of like two people at a table being like what should it be. We were like we have no idea to really get this right. We we really believe that. You have to go the customers. We obviously didn't have any so we started like survey every single person. We knew we have friends of friends. <hes> stuff was in business school. She would like walk around columbia with like surveys and stuff and we basically just talk to i think eight hundred people to figure out what they need in a bag or and we even went beyond that as people like with their travel pain points were her <hes> and one of them at the time it's less so now was that people could never let people's phones rose diag and couldn't find where to plug it in which is why <hes> original bags like had the battery inside and it was just learned a lot about people needed and what they actually were willing to pay for so by the time we actually developed the product ought. We were really confident that it was meeting the needs and that it was better than anything else out. There versus like an idea that the two of us had i wanna talk about my favorite part part of the away bag. Which is the jail side. Hustle is a spokesperson for away visa travel laundry bag because i still say that <hes> ah yeah. I love that you say that so so big about this. I got a lot obviously for people who've never heard of away. They're like well. What's so special about it and in in some ways. I'm like the world's worst market because i'm just like it's just luggage but like but you'll see because i'm just so yeah it was very because we were so thoughtful in designing it. There wasn't like one gimmicky thing that that's like easy to talk about but what i love about our products is that if you have ten different people in a room mm-hmm who love their way bags you'll get ten different answers on what their favorite thing is about it and i address marking team crazy because never gonna advertised ties laundry by putting that on even know what was their delight factor and that was something we didn't. We didn't thank of like i sure but if you think about it everyone like seasonal hotel you you end up with dirty clothes. I would always feel like the hotel on everybody. Let's yeah <hes> and we're like oh. This is something we can build it and it becomes like a delightful will detail and i think that's kind of the same thought that we put into every single product that we make we have this everywhere bag that fits perfectly on top of the suitcase <hes> somebody wrote in the other day with the most passionate email about how the justice covered the umbrella pocket. There's an umbrella on on the bottom wait. What if you there's little zipper on this little hidden zipper on the side yeah. It's like a a wet bag like umbrella pocket it yeah i put like i just thought flip flops in there. I i need to work. We'll get back to that in a minute but first. Let's talk about something that every guest on this show deals with including us and and that's traveling for business we calculated we are on like twenty three flights a different hotel every night for the month of june on and it was amazing book tour so happy we did it. One of the biggest takeaways is learning about what helps on the road and a great eight hotel is like the only thing we wanted at the end of the day and we found that with a._c. Hotels by mariot <unk> hotels they really built the hotel with designer's eye so every hotel is equal parts just really beautiful to look at seriously look at their instagram but also functional everything from the guest rooms to the lobby to their lounge are designed assigned to know what you need before you need it. It's intuitive which is really really helpful in the u._s. A._b._c. hotels has over forty five locations and cultural hubs with plans to double that not to mention their

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"kabibi" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

The Brilliant Idiots

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"kabibi" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

"How much would you take from under sports is is is different. It's like it's like more of a show. You know, what this type of? It's like more so towards. The basic reality though, nothing it's not, and I think their host in guess, no. We're both here to serve a purpose. Boom. You know what I'm saying? And we both win at the end of the day. This is on me put your hands on me to disrespect stuck Dake. That's about what you're dick sucked. That's why I don't understand on this like with Kabibi McGregor. Vive fucked up is like could be realized like he's so upset of all the McGregor said but McGregor sold. That's why you getting all those fucking millions. So Reagan went too far. And he took the bait. He took the bait took the bait but soda the public. So that all of us that venue is sold the fuck out that pay-per-view sold the fuck out. So it's like on some level. When you see the check for that fight. You got to have a little gratitude. Yeah. I can't I feel you're saying just, but I I've been over that in my life as far as like my career like, okay? Also, the artists flips out when beanie Siegel was on the music was like, oh, so I think you put your whatever. So I should leave. I'm like, yeah. Talk to a pussy. I love talking pussy. Pussy. And he's like, what do you? What do you enjoy? You're doing good. I mean, that's that's another thing too. Embarrassed embarrassing stuff on that too. Like, why would you talking too much like that's what I'm saying? So let it makes you lose. But I mean, I understand like what you're saying. But. Probably if accurate Hewitt. I promise you if act was in shape. People would not look at act the way they do. But he's fat. Yeah. They don't really respect them. They look at him. Like a fuck ins, you're lazy or sloth late like wash up to that's come saying like that where the same roles like all we see what I'm saying all at gotta do getting shape people respect them. But I was sitting there the fat slob on breakfast. I wanna hit a puck shut your fat of your fat ass up. Souljah responded to act was trying to have a serious. I mean, what happened on your platform? No, no, no. Killa Mike fat. No big. No, I'll know killing Micheals fat. We listened to everything he says killing my killer away. Like, that's the glowed like Nafti fat though. Mike you lose a little bit. Mike lose a little bit. Gain activities do that to my bro- Mike now, I mean, Mike is bigger than six six. I mean, they both like run down the street, both they taste flapping. Anyway. Did you kill I run up on you? He not gonna run. Okay. All right for level intellect. My point being killer. Mike, we look at at least I look at as a genius truly. So I don't care whether he's fat skinny I don't give a fuck. I just wanna listen to the guy talk. I wanna pick his brain. I just wanna learn shit about how he feels about the world when I look at when I look at Mike. So maybe maybe it has to do with. Maybe it has to do it. Maybe we love or people of the content that act puts out the access to that content like for that content. But I think people just want maybe we're not in love with. I think people just love to see like what was going to happen to him. It's it's a lot of biggie. Smalls with all of this though big you was a sex symbol to a lot of women..

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"kabibi" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"kabibi" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Presence is our president already. We're talking about a man biggest sports controversies of twenty eighteen Cannella was huge. I get it. Okay. I think bigger than that was definitely Conor McGregor and could be and the whole incident. Come on. Yes, man, whatever happened with between them and Kabaeva guy pushing when Connors guy then. Yeah, I think Conor flying from wherever he's from all the way down to New York from Ireland with his boys fluid hooligans. Goes in with role dove. Going through the grabbing a Dolly and throwing it through a name. Saturday glass. Man if it wasn't McGregor. Alrighty, they didn't think. Okay. We're going to get a huge fight out in his anyone else would have Danube kicked out the sports. Not catching as not not being caught him. Not. Yes. Not a monetary fine because they ended up fighting and making so much money. Anyway, he's he's a cash cow, Dino, I cannot get rid of him. And he doesn't want to get rid of him. Think about how much money they made and to top. It off Conor McGregor is such a you can sell anything man can sell his whiskey suit. He could sell anything. But the greatest the best result probably is him getting his ass, Kip. Yeah. Man, you talk that talk and Kabibi invalid also another controversy in the same with the same names connected jumping out of the rain. Oh, man. Valley.

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"kabibi" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"kabibi" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"So a miscarriage it ain't going to sell any take always a literal miscarry, literally, this tears of Justice. He miscarriage on Monday night, raw when poor Marlena got knocked off the apron rang by something or other. And and I got on him about it because he said, well, he defended it with those well, the actors do it on the primetime soaps and everything, but also when you're if you're gonna. Offend somebody have the realistic chance that it's going to sell you some tickets draw you some money. Okay. This is edgy. But goalie mackerel, you know, you did that with the gangsters we'll didn't drop any money. But at least it might have right. Did in Knoxville basically preying on Austin? Yeah. Okay. I'll let Steve Austin custom flip the finger because look at the people's response to him and look at he's over and he's getting mega over during that period of time. So you let Steve Austin and get away with shit. Right. But there's no reason on the car did. Oh, by the way. There was the miscarriage in six. Oh my God. Because there's women are going. Oh, I don't want to see this men if they've ever had out. I want to be reminded of that it take nobody believed. Here's the thing. If people believed that it was a real miscarriage, and they were really disgusted, and if the people didn't believe it was a real miscarriage, they're going. They're faking that stuff, and it's just distasteful. It didn't sell. Anything didn't increase viewership that kind of shocked TV from. People instead for a while. There are business was run by people who are watching Jerry Springer instead of people who were watching combat sports the UFC hypes fights hypes fighters. Hypes rivalries does packages and promotes. So well their product just happens to be shoot. However, they're still doing angle sometimes without even knowing about it headed time. You can't tell me when to me. Okay. Yeah. Kabibi chokes, Mattie spits on him and tells you what is it? Then he dives out he tackles the manager while he's doing that the baby faces still selling in. Here comes the guy over the top of the cage to pound him in the back of the head. And they're pulling them apart. That's an angle, you know, why wrestling angles work that way because shit like that can actually happen when there's realism. Yes, it sells. And that's the way. Wrestling angles started because shit would just get out of hand. And then they would remember well that sold some tickets. Let's do that. Again. See it doesn't surprise. You mentioned earlier when you said 'cause case w went. Through that phase of of the of the envelope tearing because it was a different nineties and two thousands of the whole world was kind of changing. But to me the way Debbie is now like you said, very, I don't feel how he said very corporate or whatever you said that was really typical cornet good verbiage co- corporate controlled manipulated graft. Choreographs the sanitized for everybody. Yes. Yes. Doesn't surprise me though. Because you look what Vincent in the eighties when he took it from the quote, unquote, smoky halls and made it into hulk HOGAN versus, you know, Andre the giant, and we had Ricky the dragon steamboat with dragon. We had the king Harley race, and we made it into a cartoon character. Then as that got a little bit boring. He switched it over to the edgy. Now. It seems like it's going right back to events. Always vision of being a modern day. Barnum and Bailey Circus, every.

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"kabibi" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"kabibi" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"All right. Okay. Daniel Cormie for the heavyweight belting UFC two thirty, and if it wasn't for the whole Khabib Connor Malay at the end of two, twenty nine, we would have been talking about Kabibi Connor and Eric, Lewis's post fight interview Joe Rogan. I understand just fantastic. Derek Lewis is coming out in our number two to chat, and you see that football season is here and no one covers football like cast one sports minute. We've got you covered on a daily basis with Dan, Patrick reach, is it? This might be just a walk in the park RJ. Dell's dream preview and Ross Tucker's fantasy feast podcast. They're just creating more work for me at this point. We also have Jim Harbaugh with attack each day and revenge the jocks with Martellus Bennett. Football's the ultimate soap opera. So download all shows in more each week on podcast, one sports dot com. Suspicious packages. I'm Ed Donahue with an AP news minute. Police are investigating packages crude pipebombs that were intercepted address to Hillary Clinton and former President. Barack Obama, a device was found at CNN headquarters in New York. John Miller with NYPD. It appears that an individual or individuals sent out multiple similar packages, New York governor Andrew Cuomo says his office received a similar package in the FBI says, Florida congresswoman, Debbie Wasserman Schultz did to Hillary Clinton was out of town in Florida. Thanks to the men and women of the secret service who intercepted. The package address to us long before it made its way to our home police de Peter Newsham in Washington talked about the package sent to Barack Obama package was found at a screening facility located in Washington DC, the White House quickly condemned the attacks aimed at Democrats. I'm Ed Donahue.

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"kabibi" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"kabibi" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"Let's listen. Copy sound Alrighty this Tracy from Vietnam. I'm leaving in Korea. My boyfriend John M Kabibi is Don huff on appeal, and he introduced his. I have a bus more sophomore question. It looks my best friend, but guy opin with Tina cooking. Athletics of vegetable that I know he doesn't like However, I knowed I am a good cook. I'm good. So I think it may change idea about s plans. So if if the buffalo a sophomore. Act plants in his birth gay, looking for what to listen to your, you've I have quickly mine reload international callers. We love international list of worldwide show here, not just mastic but worldwide. Here's the thing. I understand if you wanna cook your boyfriend's, something that he doesn't like you try to change his opinion. I think that that's actually a good idea that's possible, but you can't do it on his birthday. You know, I'm gonna say soft move any other day, three hundred sixty four other days of the year that you've cooked up some eggplant and to try to change his opinion of eggplant, but not on the Perth date, soft move. Well, a couple of things. Thank you for the call. Appreciate the support. There is no level of gratitude towards one that's trying to do something special for somebody else on their birthday. So shout out to you for being considerate and trying to do something for your significant other, whatever it is. First and foremost, the second thing, however, eggplant to healthy light on somebody's birthday. Yeah, go on. You got you. Gotta let them eat bad, like give them some desert hills, some fried food. Give some port, give some beef, some French fries, some ice cream cake light. It has to be that this to healthy. I couldn't agree more Jalen rose. I wanna thank Tracy and Vietnam. I wanna thank Lonnie. I want Meghan, but I specially wanna. Thank skittles. Love that name so much skittles coming for your skills. We'll be back tomorrow. Was that care. John. Guys, I love.

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"kabibi" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

Rooster Teeth Podcast

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"kabibi" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

"Yeah, that was the worst thing. Yuck overseeing the end of that McGregor fight. Was it last week with the jumping in the crowd and everything just went crazy. Yeah. One of the fighters. I mean, it depends who you ask. I don't. I don't follow UFC excuse me. So I, I believe the father's name was Khabib is that his name? He went after one of someone from Gregor's camp in the crowd. And then of course, what start like punching people, then everyone starts jumping in zone from Kabibi camp, jumped into the ring to try to hit McGregor and punched him from behind when he wasn't looking and it just sending a cast. People were just punch each other and fights breaking out everywhere. And yeah, you have is fake right. Scripted. No, I don't think so. Definitely stuff. They just they worked that out in the marketing room if figured that out. But I was, I was watching it and I, I saw the, I didn't see it live by, of course, that was the big story about it all the clips. And then of course you have all these fucking commentators who talk about the same thing. Like when Tyson was boxing, like this is an embarrassment to the sport? No, it's not. It's people fighting in a ring. You know what I mean? What's what's embarrassing about the punching. Somebody else been looking that story to that point. I feel like that story really didn't get any traction. I heard about it for a little while, but I felt like it wasn't like everyone. It wasn't the thing everyone was talking about. It wasn't everywhere. So it's like a blip like, oh, this crazy thing happened to see do jumped into the craft started punching people like, oh, of course. That's the next step. That's what's going to happen. This is kind of sad, but I'm laughing anyway. Did you see the center live bit with Pete Davidson? He'd get engaged to area Guerande and he did this whole news report about how we're going to split up. We're going to split up and anything they just broke up. I, I knew that. Was gonna we could go though it was, I mean, a hail Mary could have happened, but I'm sure he was a hill, Mary, really, that's gonna devious that's case like he was trying to like Roper and he doesn't have line personality disorder. Yeah, so he could be a big blow up. Yeah. I don't know. I think also too. It's like someone in a relationship says like, oh, you too good for me. The other person's eventually will listen to that, you know, like maybe you're right. Maybe they started dating in may. Yeah. Like if you'll get super jealous, you've relationship. It's like that person was all over the parts. Like what the fuck we talking about. We were just talking whatever. You know she's into you. She was hitting on us. You still into you and after a while, you're like, wow, a lot of people are into me. That's the problem being jealous person. You put a is in somebody else's head like we do have a lot of opportunities outside of this relationship. Was a Seinfeld episode with the Seinfeld and uncle Leo trying to convince Leo to not marry the woman. Then you had to come through the mayor. Simpson. Got lots of options to tie yourself down. I read that friends. They each make four million a year from syndication still still. It was might have been more, but it made me think too. It's like scandal stuff. All those people are making money from the Cosby show right until Bill Cosby destroyed all that. And that's all gone. Like what happens if one of the friends cast has a some kind of scandal and then suddenly they can't put friends vacation, all those people would lose for milliliter each per year? Yeah, it's a lot of money like that should be part of the payoff punishment. What does that mean? Get pay those people back on that back..

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"kabibi" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"kabibi" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"And I try to make the assumption that most people out there are helpful, although quite a few of them just don't know how to adequately express it. So they may not be very tactful in their delivery, but I think most people are coming from a position of of help. That's what I've taken away anyways. All right. So let's recap these and I'll get to the last one number one. Take a deep breath. Number one, be distance yourself from the situation and the number two finding activity finds something that you can engage in that will that will get you out of the situation physically and mentally. Step number three. Try to figure out the lesson that it's teaching you step number four, figuring out how this will serve. You, how will somebody getting after you or you being matter? Angrier contentious actually serve you. And I think about going back to this fight with Kabibi McGregor man. If if somebody's upset that fuel can be used to train harder to learn new skills to push past physical barriers and limitations, and that will actually serve a fighter better. So figure out how will serve you. And then the last step is respond. Then it only then when you distance yourself, when you thought about this, when you've given yourself the margin in the space to actually give yourself some real thoughts and ideas about why you're experiencing feeling the way that you are then and only then can you re-engage into the experience or the conversation, or what have you and respond accordingly? It truly is that simple now, I'm not saying it's easy. I'm not saying that because you now know this five step process that somehow you're going to be able to own every emotional exp. That you've ever had? I'm not saying that at all, but I hope that this will arm you and equip you with a new code, new operating system for the way that you address your emotions. Again, let's recap these and we'll call it a day and then share with me how this is working for you..

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"kabibi" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"kabibi" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Shell and Conor McGregor with the different antics and the different things that he brings the table. He just got, you know, he got destroyed in that fight though. I'm yes, absolutely destroyed mail. What do you think about like? Because there's people kind of bringing up the question like, hey, like Dana white, are you gonna try to monitor in some way some form about like the trash talking beforehand, like you, they showed, you know, Connor throw in that hand truck through the bus and like you could even his team. We're all in there. Right? And that's just going to piss them off and they're like, do they're using that for the promo like, I would imagine that that fired them up big time. Yeah. And when you when you look at stuff like that, you know they played over and over again and then all a Kabibi people are seeing it and it's very inflammatory. And, yeah, you know, it's gonna piss people off like crazy and it's gonna make your whole team, your whole Jim. I mean, this is an entire gym of people that are that are close knit, like a family. And here you have this maniac. You know, throwing this thing through. The window or whatever. But I mean, you know, maybe there should be some lines drawn, but I don't know what those would be. You know, like throwing throwing a handcart you know I had at at a bus is definitely not a great idea, but also like I don't know, maybe making fun of someone's religion and stuff should be, you know, I don't know what you do. You can't really censor everything. But also that you don't have to use everything as a promotional tool either. Yeah, I think that's definitely on the. Yeah, you know, because he. That part should be on their radar. Right. Let's imagine the rematch because Connor already called for the Remagen Connor gets wherever the fucking wants. Imagine they show this footage of could be jumping out of the out of the cage. Like is that okay? Right? Because you know what he gets arrested, whatever Lola, but Connor got arrested for that last move well in. So in the NFL when there's a fight in the stands, they don't show it if you run on the field like a maniac, they don't show they're not. They don't want to promote that right. Actually, even when the players fight themselves, a lot of times they cut away not all the time, but a lot of times they'll cut away and I'm in favor of that because they're multiple reasons like not everyone always needs to see everything that happens, you know, but it also you know, it also starts to portray the NFL in certain light. When you see all these guys, you know smashing each other, the you have c. and a lot of the of fighters for a long time have kind of promoted the fact that we're not a bunch of animals were highly skilled athletes. That's what Dana white has been selling, and Dana white has done it effectively..

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"kabibi" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"kabibi" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"We talked a little bit about cubby. Do you have that you're gonna go. Crazy, right. Definitely rethink. I think that this rematch is too valuable to not to Dana. You have to not happen. So I think that they are going to do Cubbies bidding in this case I don't. I think you're wrong in really, I think you're on. I think be was already time out leaving after this fight. So now he's like, what? The fuck and kick my boys out on done. You don't care about fame money, fight, nothing. Nothing. He's done. He's twenty seven watching way did what he's gonna do. He doesn't like the politics and the way the going disrespect, and I think you know so many fighters over the years of threaten to do this. I'm going to. I'm not fighting how many guys will fuck it. I'm not fighting. Well. If you don't do this and really go Mansi. But now it's like you had a guys like now you're talking with my family, my religion, I'm out dude. I'm really out of the system, but I think with Dana and those guys, if they go down this road and you let the inmates run the asylum. Now in this is why you know there's a whole. Other can of worms time at the fighters union. There's a fighters union. These guys have to do this. You'd have a Representative who's a middleman, who you can meet in the middle. So then Dana Zego doesn't get hurt and Kabibi ego doesn't. We don't find out about this right union deal with. There's that that's not in place. So naive guy with Khabib who's ICU man chant iron table. Now I'm not doing shit much. Get my boy back in. You're still dealing with Conor McGregor who in some ways does call shots because he's such a draw. And I think that the temptation business wise for Dana for the US's to come up with his face saving way to get could be back in with with this with his his his teammates. Let me ask you this b. two b. never been a drill ever ever ever. So I'm sure he's much bigger draw now, especially now. He's like this bad guy, right? And the has to fight Conor be drawl let's say, could be goes away and then Connor fights. Tony Ferguson. Nate Diaz. Who do you think it'd make more money off of. I think probably I think at the end the day people forget about Kabaeva and a lot of ways because I think I think also, have you seen the comments like oppose? I'm I'm pro Connor dick writer. Definitely. I could be too. But if you look at like the general consensus of especially in America of Americans, they really don't give a fuck about Kabieh. Well, now that's not. That's not me. That's like it's it's pretty. I would actually say this. I would say that there's another tool of thought, which would be the smart decision would be to not fight Conor against Khabib again, because there's a very good chance. It could be even a worse mauling and I disagree. I don't wanna see that. I don't think could be freighter that left hand anymore. And I think could be puts even more pressure. And it's very, very likely that he'd be back on his back, getting punched in the face, I know, but they make so much money that what I'm saying, we don't care. What I'm saying is that O'Connor. O'Connor to risk. Connor getting beat up again can have many left dude. What I'm saying is maybe the better decision is to fight him as twenty five ideas because we have short attention spans, and it could be thing something well, he's not in the, he's not in any more anyway, kinda didn't get a knock of mad about it, but but I think you're right. I think at the end of the day, I. As long as Connors goanywhere postwar, even though he lost their like I could be cool man, but I think Dana going, listen. What is guy did we can't have this and you know it could be did he's spent. So I don't know if we strip or not. I'm here in eighteen twelve to eighteen months suspension of Atta. So a day-night dude. So beads openly threaten us, which I don't think the way to handle this because then you're you're dealing with the UFC brass, like dude, if we opened up this gate and guys realizing get to certain level and then they own us where we're in trouble here..

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"kabibi" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"kabibi" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"In sports and in life. He was shamed. He said he was couldn't have been more disappointed. He was Dana white after the fight on ESPN and doing this for eighteen years and. The biggest night ever. I couldn't be more disppointed. Have you talked to Khabib? Right? Not what did he say to you in the octagon who had b by talking to him in the octagon? Yeah. So I said he said, put put my belt on me and I said, no, we're not going to put the belt on you because I think that the fans are gonna go crazy and they're gonna throw stuff in here. He says, I don't care. I'm ready for this. I'm ready for this. I said, yeah. Well, the other twenty thousand people that are sitting here paid for tickets already for this. Run the other soundbite to Kenny, go forth. This is what he said Habib diving over was ridiculous. I mean, you just want a great fight. You fought brilliantly here about to get the belt on, and people are going to respect the fact that you, you know, you fought well and you wanna fight. But instead you dive over the the cage and start to huge male Connors corner, it's bad. There's going to be an investigation by the Nevada Athletic Commission and. And it's going to be big money fines, and these guys are in big trouble. Now, this is a man who's in charge of an organization that let's be honest with everybody is going to reap a ton of money for the rematch that Connors already tweeted out that he wants and Connor didn't even press charges against the stooges that jumped the fence and jumped him from Kabibi group. He didn't press charges. You know why? Because he knows how difficult it is to make a fight when you have charges against you. He wants to fight. We'll as fans CNN and we're like, oh my God. That's the most ridiculous thing I've ever seen. It's awful. Nobody got hurt. Oh gosh. What are they going find again? And Dana white could have again in this day and age gone out and said, yeah, that was bad. Nobody got hurt. How awesome was that? Isn't everybody watching. Can't wait for the rematch. Yeah, we'll deal what the athletes commission best. We can. We'll figure it out. They really didn't mean it. You go ahead and compose yourself after the stuff that Connor said he could have absolutely said that. Because in this day and age, nobody's ashamed of anything anymore. Let's callers. We see it in this day and age. Nobody owns being contrite because it's viewed is weak. That's fact. And he didn't do it. He actually was ashamed and Dana. I wanna say to you, thank you for that for real and I can't believe that's an outlier anymore in our society. But that is the fact of the case, because people should not be jumping over fences and throwing haymakers when anybody who just bought a ticket could have been caught up in that nonsense. So thank you Dana white because guess what? At some point, this little die down, figure out how to make ton of money, the UFC's going to figure it out. Everybody's gonna figure it out because that fight was something else. And then you wanna tune in to see what happens next. But thank you Dana white for having the right tone. It's bad. We shouldn't do that at some point. We'll turn the page the crazy not to. If we find out that nobody got hurt. And if the proper amount of fines is thrown in there, and if somebody broke the law, put him on a bucks. The Connor you ought to bracelets in New York City where they don't mess around. Eight, four, four, zero, four twenty hear from you on that. Kenny Florian's going to be in studio on that. Michael K's gonna join us as Yankees and Red Sox play game three in the AL d. s tonight? All nodded and one. Any of those home runs landed yet? Oh, my gosh. She's and what did I tell you about David price. We'll get to that. When we come back, we anew Monday tradition, overreaction Monday do it. There's a lot of headlines from the national football a week, five to either overreact to or react properly to that's next year on the rich Eisen show..

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"kabibi" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

I Am Rapaport

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"kabibi" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

"You have to come on the. I'm report stereo pockets. You my friend, a patient guy, sat there for forty five minutes. He didn't even know that Derek Lewis, AK, the Black Beast took off his trunks. That was the last thing he was thinking of. They're asking him about that. Did that happen? I don't know what the fuck is going on. I guess charges were not pressed against Kabibi camp. They try to make Conor McGregor. He's a great guys. Oh, CONNER didn't wanna press charges. Fuck Conor McGregor. Listen, I respect him. He's a great fighter. A lot of what I do shit talk him a fuck Conor McGregor. You wanna talk crazy. You wanna take things to that level of fear. So nice if you're so good with your mother fucking dick beaters and you want to karate kicks. Why are you saying all that crazy shit. You were talking all that shit. You caught a fucking horror on you? Dick got hard at the press conference with ROY Mayweather. Remember that. I was right there. You sick, fuck you. It's a press conference. You're in your underwear. Why are you getting would why you boned up at a press conference? If you're so nice with the dick Peter's if your game, so insane. Why are you catching a Boehner at the Floyd Mayweather conference. And why haven't they taught you how to protect yourself? I lead right hand. It's the same punch that Floyd Mayweather knocked your ass out with look lead right hand. Look, Mohammed Ali vers George Foreman with the lead right hand. If you don't know what I'm talking about. I know what the fuck I'm talking. Listen, only only genius could play a fool. You're not be tricked k. by my Schick only genius coating myself here only genius compl- a fool. That's a quote that I invented. Look it up. Only genes play full, and now I'm quoting myself on my own original quote, Rappaport stereo podcast. All right. That's enough. Two, two, nine for now I might come back to it. I might not. I might come back to it. I might not who knows? But also the same night. We're just at Saturday the same fucking night. That the Yankees beat the Red Sox game two of whatever series. I don't even know what series. Conference, who cares? I don't know. I don't claim to know. I know they've won. And fucking Aaron. Judge. I buck in like you, I like that motherfucker. He walked past the Red Sox locker room with a speaker playing New York, New York. By the great Frank Sinatra, I liked that fucking like that. The judges here, you gotta get Nicotrol. Nick detoro is decrees. East New York Yankee fan. He New York Yankee fan. He has to come on and be the baseball analyst throughout the playoffs. Okay. So we're gonna get nicotine coming in, talk somehow Yankees in some baseball to the baseball fans. But the same night that I haven't even got through all the sports it wait till I get to Saturday Night Live what a shit show that shows become, but the same night of the fight and the Yankee game that they won. In preseason basketball, I am telling you right now that the NBA is going to have its biggest season across the board ever. Mark my words. This, I'll be right on for sure. The Cleveland Cavaliers got into a little skirmish with the Boston Celtics, Marcus smart got into it with Baynes the big white center goon. I think he, I believe he still has a man bun. I know. I know at one point he had a man bun. He's just one of those fucking big, seven foot. You get in your way, start trouble. You know, I think he probably went to guns AGA. He's fucking just a era tint. He's an era tint. I liked those kinds of players. I like irritants..

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"kabibi" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

Big Brown Breakdown

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"kabibi" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

"Being corrupt that moment because now you have a guy of car sitting here next to Dana white, and then you have the guy that he's fighting. Of course, Dana wants Connor to win this, and this is nothing that anyone probably doesn't really know what is good for comic Gregor's. Good for Dana white. What is good for Khabib is good for Khabib. So would you think they're banking on? Yeah, for sure. If I tell you I had von. Doc, it ain't sponsor the ac- if Kabibi is merchandise, it's not get involved with you. See. So you know, it's it's a tricky slope that they're going down from what I understand. He restructured his fight. He did that contract so he could put proper twelve into it. So that was part of the deal. And then I mean, I don't know if he's obviously he doesn't need to fight fights. You we know there's never leave gay for for for the UC, do everything possible to make sure Connor has all the capabilities. I felt like the press conference was a little weird with him in him with Dana, Connor than he did get. I don't think he got under his skin for his dad's comments. He got on his skin when he started talking about how Dagestan's had to take basically changed their language as they were taken over by Russians and stuff like that. So it was kind of that little. That's when he started. Remember, he fired back with the whole. Why do you speak English then? You know. So that was there was that got him. I got to, I think it's tough to get Kabaeva because remember when he's going out there, everyone's going dude about what he says. Do not respond. You know, it's bullshit. Do not respond that got him. I think what is interesting here and this just kind of shows how good Connor is. He does his research. So when death where he's trying to find some angle, how can we make this fight bigger than what is while now? I mean, I and I think too much crossing the line. We'll now you have nation for station now. Now, there's a reason why that was an open to the press. They're worried that this is this is this is almost bigger than Connor could be now, which is why they're hoping that translate into the biggest paper vol time. I don't know if I think it's, I don't know if especially North America. I don't know if it's our biggest fight of all time. I seen the high..

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"kabibi" Discussed on The Writers Panel

The Writers Panel

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"kabibi" Discussed on The Writers Panel

"And she's like, when he came back, then she goes back five minutes, like if we sold a show. So after all of like fifteen years of just like trudge trudge, trudge, trudge trudge, I sold it this scoop to anyone who's listening. I sold at the floor of the phone and overnight success after anguish. Exactly. And then I guess, but but the rim is very different. I mean, Holly Kabibi speak to this more than I could. But my room is very different than probably a lot of rooms because I don't have the war stories. I don't have the scars. I'm not jaded by seeing people rise above and get the. I didn't have that experience where I was sitting next to someone going. I have this idea and then they pitched it. And maybe they heard me mutter and took my like, there's a lot of drama that goes on. I've been told in a room, but because they don't have that I was, I basically have a room that is very, I think on if it's Polly, Anna, I don't know if it's what but I I don't have. I don't. I mean, the room's too small to have cliques frankly, who you clicking with, but yourself, we don't have the twelve writers and sometimes thirteen. So we everybody's, it's a democracy. Every anytime someone speaks, whether you're me or a staff writer, everybody else listens. Everyone is really supportive. And I mean, I feel like script assignments are really no drama. I feel like it's, it's, it's all very merit based in everyone is invested. So it like I remember talking when I was I was meeting writers to staff and I and I say that I say, you know, it's, it's I, I don't like conversations behind closed doors. If I see you bully someone at the table, it's going to be like that just doesn't work here, blah, blah, blah, blah. In this one woman who I was meeting to write like cried in in a writers meeting, and I was like, oh my God, like what is going on. And she was coming off of a show where the to show runners run, opposite sides of the country did not get along at all. It was constant feuding and she was in the middle, and it was just a horror story. So she was like, what is this. You know, unicorn show that you're talking about where like, you know, and I keep also keep banker's hours. I mean, everyone's pretty much gone by sex and you know so. So wanted to be a same place. Yes. Now, now the the other part of that is my first assistant that I ever had was through hit the floor when it was bound and it was Sarah Fahey and Sarah's. One of our writers now in she's she was from day one, Sarah's very much like Holly where they've been through the machine and their experience for me has been incredible. Like I'm so glad that you've been Polly through the trenches because when someone you know it's not easy Topi at sometimes in sometimes when someone has a hurt feeling because of how things normally work in a room and it didn't work that way here. Sometimes someone can either come to me and say they may be feeling this or what have you so having, or I remember in the first season they did the call sheet for. The call sheet and they had someone else's name above mine in Sarah's like it was a different executive producer like, oh, no, your name should be up top. And I was like, and I'm so like, amateurs, I know your name is going up tack because you're the show run and it was it was, but it's something that you just don't know if you don't anyway. So I mean, Holly could probably tell you more about like what that means in the rim. But for me, it was a big learning experience, but learning it, I feel like in a way that I always wanted to be in a tried for like years to be in a writer's room and get beyond staff writer, I just couldn't do it..

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"kabibi" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

Big Brown Breakdown

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"kabibi" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

"I think for the ufc on saturday night the worst case in the happened we saw that could be was human before in this happens happens with francis happening with rhonda and having a little bit with kabibi but he won but the difference in could be and maybe it's just because i've been around could beat team at ak and those guys when they tell me how much of monsters never lose round this this this and we build this hype and all this stuff and he's still dominated but we saw chink in his armor even though he dominated and for the usc let's say you've never watched friends over my house who are they're not they know of could be i'm trying to sell them like dude he's doing this doing this he's doing this he's this monster he's nice big thing you know he's saying coming to jesus from dagestani he's a monster and if you watch that fight and you didn't know could be previous background what would your take away from that fight good yeah yeah he tool that guy around pretty good i mean nothing crazy he's doing around can finish them those rows went on you you didn't land the takedown striking was whatever you want see him fight next month i don't care so like your foaming at the mouth to see him perform after that you know like oh my god i have to see that i literally have to see him fight again there's certain fight you see you i see him fight again like the beat guy i have to see that man flat again after that oh my god i that motherfucker something special half see that beep doesn't have that style really the after the barboza where his striking did look better struck with the best records of all time the under fifty five pound vision but after that you went dan that was impressive after this fight is worst case scenario now a few things that go into that could be had five different ponant change on days notice so it's a bit of an issue remember hours getting ready for paul felder who's completely opposite kabaeva game plan does not change whether he's playing connor tony he's a specialist at grappling he's going to get in and grab that's always going to do so when they go well he's just coasting and he was board don't give me that shit.

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"kabibi" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

Big Brown Breakdown

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"kabibi" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

"Also they they just don't want to ruffling feathers policy but what the waiting for is tony was told it'd be the undisputed lightheavyweight light weight titlefight and world against kabibi told that all they're waiting for to make it official is they're waiting on connor to go off fight the winner if canada's i don't know if i'm the fight they are gonna strip on so they're not going to jump to conclusions which they've done before which i think actually did in the john jones situations shouldn't strip them to their absolutely sure at this point but with conner they're trying not to to make him vacate the belt before he turns down the fight now i'm sure there's a time line before the april seventh before april 17 it's where he's going to need to commit to defending at belt if he doesn't you're going to see a vacate pretty soon here and prime march maybe the week of april but if you you have see it's bad for business because we're not quite sure what could be even tony or fighting for bin to me tony khabib as the greatest fight youth can make right now in any division is by far the most competitive most intriguing match up by far that's an amazing fight now does that fight sell paper views now which is a shame but as in a deathly we'll take a hit if we don't know what they're fighting for if it's not clear if it's confusing the amine you think about your daddy your mom or that casual fans like i'm wbz isn't tired of the champ and stones a gay years beat but he's not more we don't know so what are they fighting for another interned belt but tony's the champ already yeah you know what i'm saying there so as we very very clear otherwise can hurt your marking is going to hurt tony and khabib the winner of that it's you know but again they're just kind of.

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