17 Burst results for "Kevin Garcia"
"kevin garcia" Discussed on The Liturgists
"Kevin could use to start the ball rolling a bit with this conversation. . By kind of sharing I'd love to hear a little bit of your story in in regards to you know your relationship to beliefs and. . Religion and how wrestling through all these big questions have impacted you and your journey. . Right. . That we're going to start two years ago because. . I think that's where this present like that experience is most relevant. . I started seminary two years ago and I started getting a masters of divinity because I was convinced that. . Won't know at the time I really wanted to be a pastor in the classical sense and it was both like i. . saw it as like my duty to Mike Community of hurt we're former evangelical to like. . Go in and reform the church because that's what we gotta do. . The church needs to be saved. . The church needs to change I have to be the one to change it that was a big focus of my initial. . Foray both into justice work was in reforming policies that in effective people on Church level both local and then policy. . Wise. . And then it kind of evolved from there into recognizing <hes>. . This is this is a by and large. . A system. . These questions happened because of seminary I started to study how we got the Old Testament how he got the New Testament, , how do we get the Bible in this form and then in the former we have it and then what is history of translation and also what is the history of this text within the context of the cultures around it and what does that mean anthropologically for the development of religion and? ? You know I comes is hell real necks comes is heaven real than it did Jesus die for nothing and then it's like <hes> there's a good question. . That's why I now but at the time it was terrifying it was almost as if. . If I dropped this belief if I if I move away from this thing who am I? ? Who am I without the church was really the big question underneath who am I without this institution? ? <hes>. . And So I started to explore while who would I be I'm just like well who you be if you stayed that's another question you can ask at least for me and I of came to this conclusion of. . Honestly it kind of came to the severe like whatever. . That's what I. . This is where I label like my. . Feeling about the church like I. . Hope it does good I hope reforms itself but I'm not I'm not going after the big seat search to try and reform it. . I've got a CUTE LITTLE BLACK BAPTIST CHURCH I go to Atlanta. . We do good by our people and by our community and that's good for me. . <hes> and I'm just not interested in trying to reform an institution that does not want to be reformed, , which is why I think that what I have learned especially since cove began is that an individual practice that connects you to the greater whole? ? Is can be just as powerful if not more effective in getting you to a place of peace than going to church every Sunday did. . and. . So that's why I'm kind of exploring right now. . What does it look like to keep some sort of? ? Practice that I make or that I can help others create how can I borrow that from the traditions that I grew up in the traditions of you know from around the world? ? How do I listen to contemporary voices that are still alive who are teaching us about what it is to be present? ? <hes>. . Some I'm right now I'm in the middle of a huge experiment, , spiritual experimental phase in my life and it's fucking fascinating. . I'm super curious about what has supported you to be okay. Being . in an experimental phase like what are the inner and social resources that make the experimental? ? Exciting and adventuresome without it being threatening. . Right. . I think I definitely had an advantage with my graduate program I switched my program in the middle of it to <hes> a masters of Practical Theology which for folks who don't know practical theology is actually study within the field of like seminary studies so off people will do initiatives or will get a. . Master's in systematic theology and work through that stuff or History and practical theology has kind of become an academic practice within the past twenty years but it's still kind of the black sheep of the seminary world because what practical theology asks is, , what is this doing? ? Here, , and now what does this practice? ? What does this theology have to do? ? How does it impact the bodies in the room? ?
"kevin garcia" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The angels when it today it's Padres and giants tomorrow and we've got Kevin Garcia tomorrow bill Laskey of course joins us bill commissioner for the day tell me what would you do probably do a couple things I I like the national league with no DH I like that's what the market will reach there with the DH I like the pitcher hitting in the National League I I've never liked the three of batter minimum coming out of the bullpen I just I'd like the lefty lefty specialist against the righty righty I've always love that back when the giants won all three World Series I loved one bridge boat you would do his his magic out of the bullpen and that and the three batter minimum I'm not a fan of yeah of course we're going to see it this year for the first time and of course like I talked about early get the video out of the dugout computers get everything out of the dugout make it baseball again and information highway what you have in your hands that's what you go to battle with them make your children's and what you see and not always on analyst so those are kind of couple things that I would and now I'm sure you have the same ideas to market but what would you do I let me ask about you yeah I I think the the DH question is one that I see it coming to tell you the truth I think the the deal is coming to the National League unfortunately maybe this twenty six player sort of would mollify the the union and sorry you got an extra player now so you know we can keep the DH out of the National League let's see that coming and I'd be with you I think nationally ball is still a lot of fun so yeah I'd I'd be all for that I wouldn't change the playoff format I wouldn't add a seventh team I think it's too much and but I would make the first right say you the knock out round you have one game to get in but then after that that's first series I just wanted to be more significant may maybe the knocking around should be three game Ms there's just something about playing a whole year and even though they make the rules up to say okay it's one game and if we got Madison Bumgarner if we got very land there if we got somebody you're done I don't care what team you are you're finished even though you have no pitching after Bumgarner or after Berlin there you're out because she lost this game so I'd make that you know what and as a player Marty fighting all year you go up and down highs and lows and you go to one of your class and I'm with you two out of three would be a great well first round I think yes Sir I think that really want to go to the phone calls we got a couple guys on hold what's gold to bark from Hayward you're on KNBR six eighty with Marty and bill what can we do for you park your comeback on call first remember me I fell I guess not I talked to by that anyway if I wish to make sure your first aid it is what I'm online with you guys our first of all the extreme would be our playoff it's much too long after a long grueling series number one I'm good with you on that okay I for our year old the check back your boat you were so good at you know who I really started we celebrate the way he managed the game and I think in my heart warming that you're going to do that checked baggage this year I had one more lasting I can make sure I get the I. we are right across the street I thought oh yeah I don't I don't think we should get rid of the T. H. the only reason why I don't know maybe you guys could tell me this I'll take that off the air if you walk me through why has it all all three National League yes Sir okay very good thank you good lord well I'll I'll answer the easy question first the legal initially it was created in eighteen seventy six and the American League was created in nineteen oh one so the National League has been the Big Brother and the senior circuit the American league's own always been known as the junior circuit so that that's that one and whatever else out but I didn't know those dates Marty whatever else morals and I hear can't remember whatever else he said but that that I do remember bart I was always thank you for the call bill best baseball book you ever read do you have to have one that you like well you know I remember going all the way back you know high school ball four by Jim Bob not was the big one for me back in the day and boys of summer that was always a good one to always most summer book to read money balls and the other one I came up with that I remember but there was one Marty let's play to the life of Ernie banks me growing up in the Midwest that book was fabulous and I love during the banks I loved watching him with the cubs and looks great too I mean that's the most famous statement our records yeah that's a good on Ron Rapoport Rick that we have on last year sportswriters Malay I think guys in LA he wrote that yeah that's a good one let's play jobs for yourself Marty what do you have yeah I you know they had John Shea on today talking about the new Willie Mays book twenty four which is generally to read that up and really for that one yeah very well done John interviews two hundred people and then he's not really commenting on everything so it's really unique so that you know I I told John this is going to be it this is going to be a good one but I think when I go back to the book about Casey Stengel there Robert creamer wrote the Leo da Rocha book that Paul Dixon wrote taker evas that chance that we had the loan on last year with which I thought was really very well written book though it does come to mind quickly for me the Lou Gehrig book was good at Jane levy's Colfax book was good the mantle book was very good there's so many and today we had on an author Emily Nevins and the M. E. N. S. in a book you may enjoy it's about spring training in Arizona and it's a fictitious team and and have a great players sounds like Mike trout and that is a great player on the field but who knows what's going through his mind off the field and all the drama and that kind of stuff so it's good for a drum all it's actually spring training sure yeah I think it's good for young adults even teenage you know late teenagers you know fourteen fifteen year old teenagers and just baseball fans in general if you like the cactus league I thought that was a good book report today so how many years did it take John sure to write that book the you know yes I do it took about three if I'm not mistaken longtime member when he started the project but he he was very tenacious about it and you know he would call people up in they'd want to talk about Willie the only one I was Hank guarantee needed a little help and really had a call Hank could say dot dot dot no no and yeah and then then John called them and Hank was great Maury wills is part of it and I don't know it's just stuff that I didn't know so I thought that was pretty good that that's it gonna be I think when people get if they're going to enjoy it but let's say a couple more calls bill let's go to Fred and Richmond Fred urine can be R. six eighty one oh four five go ahead Fred yeah those are the best baseball program I've read several books some red Sox fans so I wrote a lot about it Williams but we can he was an essay and it was John Updike's essay on Ted Williams last at bat then you you can fine tune performed but I thought that was pretty pretty good really pretty excellent read and then also to use two thousand seventeen a book about Ted Williams came out pretty thick broke five hundred pages the only thing about the guy from cruel to grades then on then off to see Raleigh rose what he saw and believed in his marriages yet turbulent marriages he was up to areas in in different father sometimes they are true temper love to sing love talking about baseball do do you know you got into that car because I routinely stop we freeze dry your body and I believe that stuff which you know I I think is pure nonsense but those planning and pretty and willing to broach present please perfect sure of him from what I know of him I didn't see him much I didn't play he retired when I was a kid but if I knew what I knew now we tried to go see him one in senators came to the open call Sam when he was manager of maybe not the senators but the change to the Texas Rangers stats here I will try to do right now CMO gives autographs but Marty that guy had one of the purest wings and a year former majorly she was a fabulous fabulous player thank god the book of jury tomorrow about whether John Updike one I'm familiar with them I'm not recollecting the one the other one is talking about I have to hear the all there but the Updike one is is well known and famous and Jack Fisher who threw that last pitch to Williams and Williams scored a home run and didn't tip his cap and just kept going and then I didn't play last series in New York Fisher who still lives the word is that he told Williams here it comes and the you know that Williams didn't miss it and and knocked it out but yeah Ted Williams it J. 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Ricciardi and I talk about Boston stuff here all the time in adviser to the far Han Williams's is a mythical character and he always said when I walk down the street I want people to say there's a the greatest hitter who ever lived so good sure the story thank you know what Marty holy blues on the game today with John and Sean talking about his new book that come up yeah Bruce Bochy breeze both use and they're talking about and so police say he's got a nice new book out and and John Miller said it's fabulous to so a couple good books about some giants yeah they're they're they're very well written now you just can't throw something out there because there's so much information on the internet you can't fool people then you really have to if you're gonna do a tell all book you've got to really not necessarily tell all the inside secrets but you've got to get people to feel that they're part of the fabric of the game and I think the league they did that in his book it's it's a very that would you know get back to the.
"kevin garcia" Discussed on Exvangelical
"Like I can't remember who said it there's black theologian. Who talked about the diseased? What did he say? The Disease Social Imagination of America and basically what what he said like the reason like we can't imagine anything it's like it's also supported by psychology. The reason we can't imagine anything better for ourselves right now is because we're we're still in the middle of our trauma like an until like we start doing the work of forgiving ourselves of what we think we did like. We'll never he'll let me tell you. What though when you are willing like unwillingness is everything? It's just like your intent like this is another course in miracles thing is basically. Your intention doesn't mean anything. Your willingness is everything if you are willing to start rifling through your baggage few are willing to say I. I WanNa let this go like it's it's almost just like once you're willing to do something you it's like magic happens it's like Oh my God. I'm doing the thing I thought I could never do because I was willing. I don't and other things that he says. No No. It definitely definitely resumes and I mean. That's that's sort of something that I that's a word I always come back to. You is resonate. He no like what you're saying hits me and my get vibrates. You know like there's truth then that there is there's something about being open open to the change and being ready to put that for step forward and I mean it's not as if that is a trivial thing you know like that that takes time to get there for a lot of people and Mike and that and I think that's. It's it's a dual thing it's just like you're already there and this is your first step. It's that weird. It's a weird sort of paradox. Thing I think Pete Holmes was saying it on a couple of different PODCASTS. He's just like I wish people could just see that they're already pretty home. You know and I keep coming back to that thing of does it all just say come home like it's it's like it takes time to learn that your body is a home and that your body can be a home for you and that it's not just a flesh prison. I mean it's it's not a flush prison like it's not a prison like it's such. It's so beautiful and and that is something that I'm willing to to talk about for forever right and I've been blessed blessed with a sunny disposition as well as Wellbutrin Zoloft and I have no problem being everyone's cheerleader rate. Great I think that role suits very well and Mike and I always know your genuine whenever you post something whenever you put something up. That is an encouragement to someone. I I know that because I know you and I know we already talked about intention and how. It's not everything but I know that the intent behind what you're doing is is to encourage people in that is that's a wonderful thing and I'm glad you're out there doing the things that you're doing. I'm not crying you're crying thank you I received. That's very kind. Thank you. You're welcome and I'm I'm so glad that you on these. Last few years have had been so Productive for you in the very good sense of that word and that like the catalyst almost health scape of this You know like not just capitalist sort of you've done on these things in your years have been productive. It's that you've aw you produced again using that language of fruits like you've found something and moved from something bad something better better to something could. Yeah and I think that's really the the the crux of it is like. I've been reading star Hawks On the spiral dance and in it they talk about the birth of the world from From like an old religion perspective or the witch tradition and she I would say that the universe was not created but it was born. And so from that. It's like this idea. I keep thinking about that. Like how everything that it comes forth from within us. It's something that is not necessarily created but it's it's born of us and so it's almost I can see. It's it's the same thing it's just like you know rather than producing for like it's like we grew this. You know we've grown. We grew this thing together. And it's one of those things just like any any life is is tended by many farmers right and so it's like everyone's had a hand and for good or for ill you know people are always coming by our vines and dressing them however they want to use that language and such a fucking Christian God damn but that's the thing is like I am. I believe you when you say that because I see it as as well and I can't tell you how good it feels to say that like Everything that it's one of those things like I grew up. Hearing that gay people bull leg got AIDS and died and while that is that like you know the AIDS epidemic is a huge part of our collective story that is not not the end of the story and that is not the only story and like I look at my life now. I couldn't I wrote a book and I'm getting a masters and you know. Yeah sure I've got like a shit dad but like who doesn't you know money's not even real and plus like when the Earth Burns up nine years like we're all we're GONNA get student loans forgiven so make a boy. Yeah that got dark real quick. Oh Man I am nothing again that sunny disposition I have just a blessing. God well yeah I mean absolutely just recognize nuys where you've come from and where you are now and take take pride and and that and that's that's wonderful I think you I think you should. I'm really glad that we were able to talk a little bit about your fourth your forthcoming book. And how how you've changed over these past couple of years there's an just catch up on the air. It's been I value and I'm really excited to see this next chapter for you. And where can people. We'll find you online. Where can they find your book all those dates? Just plug it all right. You can find me on the Internet at the the Kevin Garcia that's the Kevin Garcia Dot Com. I'm on social media platforms at the Kevin Garcia if you Google me. I'm the first result DOC. I've worked very hard on that in. Check out my new book. Bad Theology kills subtitle undoing toxic belief and and was it undoing toxic. Believe in reclaiming your spiritual authority. Yeah Reclaiming Spiritual Authority. I really need to get down like I said Petr better. They'll get jumble in the words. 'CAUSE dyslexia real And it's actually coming out in January. We're pushing back the release date because Our dear friend Mike McCarthy is GONNA be writing look forward to my cow congratulations. I am certain so thrilled. I got to spend Thanksgiving with them. It was so lovely on. That's awesome. That's great and I mean it's a bad thing was it wasn't even fucking warm. I went to California. I need to be warm and it was cold. So fuck you. La just can't and my podcast. A tiny revolution is going to be back. Jack January twenty twenty As we jump into the first question I want to explore which is what is masculinity. And we'RE GONNA be talking about it from like twenty wanting different perspectives. That'll be very odd. My Gosh I'm really really not just masculine name. But also like what what is queer masculine and also like what is you know in a world where we know what toxic masculinity looks like and we can pointed out what where are the examples of healthy healthy good masculinity coming from and I think explain that from my own perspective as a gender queer person is going to be really fun talking with Trans man talking with Trans Women talking with women talking with everyone so those interviews are happening right now. And I'm going to edit it together a little bit more like less of an interview style and more like a serial doc docu style. I'm excited for never tried this before. Yeah that's interesting What else if you WANNA book Tarot Reading You can do that on my website to If you want to preorder the book you can do to Kevin Garcia Dot com uh-huh slash book. And if you want to send me a love letter You know I'm not coach. I don't want that to someone suggested you have a po box. And I'm dislike technically speaking. Yes but also. Oh that'd be overwhelming that's true you know. Drop me a line on the twitter verse. Like I'm very I try to get. I try to interact with as many people as possible. GimMe a shot on the ground and very active there and then also in the comments below. Tell me what I could fix about my face surgically you know my God. What exact listen I WANNA no? I'm going to read my face and you're not even going to recognize me because when we so beautiful was no I'm joking this talking out of my head and Kevin Thank you so much for joining joining me on the show. Thank you crack up like. Hey everyone remember like also I want to say before we hang up if you've been listening going to the show for any amount of time and you have not become a Patriot supporter on exponential. Here's the T- All. We cannot do it without you. And here's any I just I wanNA say for any sort of creative out there that you're listening to. It is so important that we support the things that are are making the things that matter so please. If you haven't go over to Blake's fucking expand JELLICOE podcast patriotic. Pledge Five dollars a month because you know you have it and by the way like it's only a basically above five dollars a month that anyone makes any money off a Patriot on After fees so do that and I love you the thing I love you. You're such a beautiful human. Thank you I appreciate that. Thank you Kevin Healing. I I have a hard time receiving compliments and I received that. Thank you very much. My Momma always told me when someone's giving you a comedy to say thank you guys got nothing to do with you anyways. Thank you Kevin. Thank you thank you for coming on the show closer lab debt uh-huh and..
"kevin garcia" Discussed on Thanks Be To Pod
"Another episode of thanks pod Nate on this episode you talked with Kevin Garcia career I did talk with Kevin Garcia about well about all sorts of different things primarily to share Kevin Story to give Kevin a space to talk about the church and who Kevin is and but primarily we talked with Kevin for this new series that we have going on right so we have once again incidentally run into a series of calm -tations that we've had that seem to all be in line with each other and these this series is going to center on the Church doctrine ambiguity yes so in other words like when churches aren't clear about their policies in this case specifically toward LGBTQ inclusion right and I think that that ultimately is is what the next couple episodes will lead into different perspectives coming from different voices on LGBTQ folks and their positions in the church in whether churches are being explicit about what it does positions are that are available to and the big question is like What does what does it mean to not be explicit in your policies What does it mean both to the congregation to the people who are attending and to the ministers when the church is not explicit in this dance on inclusion is it good bad as hurt despoilers probably hurts that's why we we brought Kevin on the show because Kevin has some personal experience with being a part of a church that wasn't clear on Lgbtq inclusion and feeling the repercussions of that all right we'll we'll I'm ready so let's take us away nate six okay cool so you start with just like yeah who's Kennedy is who are you right now and then how grow up how Bella Kevin Garcia who is that is a great question who am I right now well right now I think that I I self identify as a spiritual director at intuitive life coach a creative a public he'll lojane is something that I allowed myself to start calling myself recently and a mystic and somebody who an entrepreneur camp junkie adventure I just feel like it's really refreshing to come across people like Kevin particularly in the Progressive Christian world because Kevin is someone that talks has if they're a normal human that enjoys life but also thinks hard and earnestly about things and often times I feel like at least experiences with Progressive Christian folks is in a university context where people are speaking really heavy and verbose and you have to have a certain vocabulary to to have any sort of input in conversation yeah I totally get that and that's what makes Kevin so special Kevin has this uncanny ability to take these lofty theological concepts and present them in a way that is approachable but the phrase enjoying life Kevin certainly would not use that phrase to describe how they grew up when I a turned fourteen realized I was attracted to boys was horrified because Christians don't struggle with that kind of stuff I was Exodus International for the following twelve years which was the largest ex gay ministry in the world An effective learned how to hate myself in suppressing sexual orientation hoping for God's change however that's not a thing so at the end of that unlike twenty four years old I have become it's not gone through like crazy college years I have done I've you know double down on my fundamentalism at this point become a missionary for God's so in order to live out what Kevin had been told is this authentic version of Christianity Kevin starts working with this mission organization but that doesn't solve anything I came home from the mission field thought that I was me like I'm like okay apparently because I'd I must not want the healing bad enough I'm not want the things of God bad enough I must be the problem and the emotional physical and mental toil of overcoming antle ISM is real and sometimes it feels impossible and in the midst of this turmoil Kevin Attempt suicide twice I woke up after the second time and I was like well still here maybe it's for a reason and I figured okay I either need to a get down with celibacy because like that's what I gotta do or I gotTa figure this shit because I can't keep living like this because I was of so sad I was I hated my life I'm working for this missions organization that I quit like because that makes it was always trust what the Holy Spirit is saying to you and as I trust him with the Holy Spirit was saying to me kept getting this this word or this here at this conservative pentecostal organization it was there where Kevin had this profound moment when they realize is that maybe their humanity isn't at odds with God that their sexuality isn't at odds with God maybe Kevin didn't have to fundamentally change themselves in order to be the person that God created.
"kevin garcia" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James
"And I don't break out ever. I used to. Tell you my kind of controversial like haircare Seth that goes along with my skin care stuff. Please. My controversial haircare is that I have not washed my hair at eight months, and I didn't wash for six months before that she just rents it. I rinse it a condition it. I also color my hair. And so I use overtones pigmented conditioner to help keep it there. But the thing about shampooing is that a lot of times if you're someone who watches it every day, it's strips the oil who would only and you scout. And so you're Scott goes into overdrive makir, quote, unquote, more oily. So I rented it out condition. It put all the products. But I don't I have not shampooed it, and my hair is also my my hair and my scout. Because they also used to have these like interesting like piler situations and break a on my scalp, and I don't have that problem anymore. What's conditioner? Do you use? I'm using the over right now. I'm currently is an overtone pigmented. Conditioner for the dark, silver, gray color. They have which also by the way, if you're looking to color, your hair overturns a great at home product because it's all beginning. Cruelty free. And it comes out with a great color on the other side. Just make sure you're like, you are, you know, if you're a blonde person, you know, how the colors going to affect your affect your hair because color magic and science and whatnot. Fine. You always have good colors going on hayne Q. And the other one would have not using is the it's like the boozy again target is the oil of Morocco or something like that. Oh, yeah. It's just like for me. I love it. I think coconut oil can heal the world. Yes. All right. Our last question for you. We went to hear some guilty pleasures music genie. What are some of your, you know, I I not all his right in the world. And I got a check out. What are you watching or listening to? Right now, honestly Spotify tastes breakers, playlist they create based on your taste has been really good to me recently. So I've been into this artist named Ryan Beatty are way R Y N B Y. I think he's a mid twenty something. It reminds me of lo fi just like really cool lo fi sounds with easy backgrounds. Plus, our Embi vocals, it's really sexy. He's also queer. And so like he's talking about like making out with boys and stuff, and I'm just like I only want to listen to pop artists for the rest of my life. What are the song says summer's over when I die, and I'm like, that's the mood. Yeah. So that's one musical sensation. That I've been in recently. I think as far as guilty pleasures are concerned, I love the YouTube so much, and I have been known to veg out on BuzzFeed unsolved any of their videos at all like a television show. It's really well produced the the the stories are interesting like the guys who produced the show are really fun to listen to and watch because they're so dynamic the other one I loved the try guidance. And then I also love my sister Evelyn from the internet's. Both of those to my kids. And I watched the try guys all the time. It's so wholesome. Unlike like, well, it can't be sometimes they're a little bit. While while stoned, you know, they'll do stuff like that. Yeah. I was I actually really liked that series for a few reason, I think it normalized cannabis usage and some ways enormous cannabis usage. But then they also said like you can't do this while high because it is a drug is going to alter standards responsible. It is I completely agree. Also, I forgot I also, and you can edit this out later if you want to I think recreational cannabis usage as a way of soft care is. I think it's great and dope. And I think more people should try it. Oh, no. We won't edit that out we've been wanting to do an episode on that we're oh bring me back on. Let's talk actually had I known. We could talk all day. Yeah. No for sure we'll have you back. Well, we are going to link up all of the products that you talked about on our website selfie podcast dot.
"kevin garcia" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James
"That's that's where my excess interests mind goes like sometimes when I get existential and go to the very end of this matters. And so what's the point of any of it? And so then it comes back to just like. Okay. Well, nothing matters. Then why am I here? And I'm like, I don't know. But while in here, I would like to do something that makes me feel good. And so that's where. Yes. So that's what I do. We assign meeting to nothing and therefore because we assign meaning to it it has. Meaning it's the same thing for me with working with religious symbols. Tarot cards crystal. To me. It's I think of it like. The debate of icons in certain Christian circles, I brought a Christian history paper. So like I like wrote about icon classism, so at the front of mind, but. I think about it the same way that I think about the bible this the same way. I think about. Actual church buildings or a cross symbol is that an icon is meant to point us to the reality that is beyond itself. Like the cross for me as a Christian, humid. It's supposed to as opposed to point me towards the bigness of God. The universal the cosmic Christ rate. And so I think about it the same way with with crystals is that how they've been introduced to me is that these are items from the earth that have a certain property about them that help bring out certain qualities in oneself that we want to see whether it is like, you know, using amethyst for. Opening up. Our crown shock writer third is shocker so that we can be more creative and like get towards our goals. Whether it's you know, rose courts to help with attracting left towards herself by bridging love in ourselves or clear courts for mental clarity. Whatever crystal you're using or whatever property is stone has. Sure, maybe it has magical properties. Maybe it does have certain vibrations. Maybe placing in a space really does help promote whatever it is. You're trying to promote self love money. Whatever it is. And at the same time, it could all be fake like all of it could be all all spirituality could be fake. But I look at them as icons. I look at them as symbols day. Like when I'm holding this rose courts in my hand and meditating with it thinking about the power of self love thinking about what I want to attract into my life. If it is merely an icon or tool that helps me focus on the things that I want and thereby reminding me that every step I take is to that end I want so we're going to keep saying self love and self care. If I want to have more love in my life. It starts with me. It starts with bringing that that awareness that love already exists. The core of who. I am because that's how I was created. So that's all. It is. Sweet right, right. That's what I say about crystals. Like, whether you like I'll tell you right now on my table right now, I have fluoride an act, which is good for creativity. And and and protection. So as I'm working on my own creative projects. I have these things as reminders to me that the universe is protecting me and gifting me with create tippety. And and also just to stay within that flow. Exactly. I love that reminders as well. And you know, Chris we're talking about when I was in Santa Fe over thanksgiving. And you even said, they're such there's a different energy there. I it's the same thing with the crystals the crystals come from the land of these places where there's just a different energy. And it's just a such a nice reminder. Plus, it's a really pretty reminder. Let's let's face it. They're such gorgeous rocks and crystals out there. And Kristen I do think you would like black term lean because Kristen and I. Both share this kind of overactive brain that can be a little bit obsessive in our thinking patterns. Right. She means wildly anxious. Seriously, listen to the vox messages between Kristen and I sometimes just like way overboard waves catastrophe, central basically. Yeah. At least you owed it though, south awareness for battle. This exactly we remind ourselves of that every day. Only this self-awareness would make me stop. I know how does that work? You know, what they say? I got this from my friend, Emily joy..
"kevin garcia" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James
"And so I read for myself and for other people as a way of self reflection and also to help myself and others kind of interrogate our own intentions when it comes to things in life. So that's kind of like the. Broad like, bird's eye view. So you tell me where you wanna go with this because we can go two thousand different my gosh. I know where Sarah wants to now I wanna go tarot cards. I wanna go a straw crystals terawatts. So let's go. Woo still. Let's do it. Well, I think. For me like how I got into this kind of. I don't like calling it new age, spirituality because like that feels like to brought up a term. It's like these specific ideas that these specific truths that you find in various traditions that you just bring along with you. So I don't want to say it's like new age religion. I think it's a composite of so many different thoughts, and spirituality and the divine. So when did you when did you start using tarot cards? I started using tarot cards probably about two years ago, and it happened because I was with I got a DM from my friend, Jenny Lee. And she was like, hey, I wanted to a responsive energy response therapy session with you. And I was pretty much. I was out, and I was gave I was still pretty much a fundamentalist Christian and like most every way because I hadn't unpacked all that. And she said, I told her basically like I I didn't feel comfortable with it because it sounded like the devil. On say literal, anthropomorphized Satan coming into my room to steal my soul. That's what I thought. It was. And that's what happened. That's what. Yeah. I gave myself over like, you know, over to my sin and a crystal lesbian. Worshiped booed worship in. Lesbian. That's me. But but what she said to me, my friend Jimmy lease. She said, well, here's two things that can happen one something good happens. And you are changed, and you have something good for you to carry with you or be if you think it's all fake, then it's going to be fake and nothing's going to happen, and you're going to remain unchanged. So really no risk. And I said, you know, what you're right. Like, I I should be open to to something. Because if it is nothing, then I'm changed. So did the session with her? And I kid you not within three minutes of doing this energy response. Their chin. We are bringing trauma. I had never told her about things I didn't even know where there and just really digging down deeply into some of the pain. I'd been carrying with me from my childhood and into my now open queer, adulthood that I had never dealt with stuff. I wouldn't even know to pay attention to and that kind of got me thinking like oh my gosh. This is the. Same feeling I have when I am praying or if I, you know back in the day when I was very much like a still an evangelical in worship, this is how I feel this is the quote, unquote, Holy Spirit..
"kevin garcia" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James
"I know seriously two thousand nineteen late late fall two thousand nineteen with journal. I know. Oh, gosh. Well, anyway, let's move onto our chat with Kevin. So we are so excited to chat with Kevin I met Kevin at the wild goose festival and first of all he's one of the funniest people. I know, but I wanted to talk to him on Selvi because I also really admire his commitment to authenticity into self-care. He's a big self-care proponent. He's a speaker a creative amuses Shen and he hosts his own podcast called a tiny revolution. He's also a fierce advocate of LGBT rights. And while he definitely has a side as you will hear also pursuing a masters of divinity from Columbia, theological seminary. He's smart. He's interesting. He's thoughtful, and he can rock a red lip better than I can Kevin. Thank you so much for joining us. I want to just dive right into self care because you have described yourself as a huge self-care advocate. And that is what we talk about on this podcast talked about what that looks like for you. Well, the broadest question. Caroline, thank for you. Give us your Ted talk on self care. Well, I can I can tell you. I think my journey towards self care was. Figuring it out because I was not taking care of myself for so long. So just almost like I don't wanna say doing life the wrong way. But I was certainly somebody who my personality disposition lends itself toward being someone who can bury themselves in work. So that I don't have to tackle my own feelings. And once I started getting in touch with these things called feelings and emotions grief like go on. Yeah. I don't think anyone ever had troubles. Like me. I think which will millennial snow flake. No one's ever been sad. Like me. But I think it was honestly this past year of my life that really allowed me to see the truth that win. The things are the hardest are win one needs to lean into their self practice self care practices, all the more that like it's not like, oh, I'm super duper stressed out. I'd better start meditating. It's like why is that your go to like bright? You know, shouldn't be a part of like meditation is not like a quick magical fix meditation helps the practice of meditation that brings about. You know, what happens when you're the most out in the real world. Right. So true. And yet it's so it is hard to focus on soccer when things are going. Well, oh, yeah. He wants to do that. Yeah. Because you're like. I'm fine. Everything's great. I don't care myself. Yeah. That's that's the dang true. And I think that you know, there's a big feel of if I don't I don't know. I think there's a misconception that self care is like I'm going to do this when I'm stressed out. I'm going to do these things take care of myself. This is just one time thing when in reality. I look at self-care as this is my practice daily weekly monthly. So for me, I have a meditation practice that I keep even if it's just ten minutes a day being able to just sit and quiet myself and re- refocus helps. Practiced yoga because it's the one place where I like getting into my body. I. I'm also I recently started working out for the first time since forever. And I think I've had a lot of body shape issues that I've been working through. So it's actually been really cool to to be able to step into a place of loving my body enough to do the things that are going to help keep it strong at. And then I also am somebody who's a little, you know, I I like to say that I practice casual magic, I wouldn't go far as saying that it's like witchcraft or things like that. But I engage with certain practices around the new moon, the full moon, and like just going with the lunar cycles looking the astrological, the astrological weather just to like see what I need to pay attention to and I'm also a tarot card reader..
"kevin garcia" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James
"What is what's new with you, the I just feel like such a complainer, but I just have to say right now. I'm just going to be a little bit that I I am living in this old house like my life is this old house. Just bring the camera crews, Ed cobbles this'll house or is it the movie money pit remember that. I know I'm hoping I'm hoping this old house. It's just it's it's just frustrating. You know, you went through it for an entire year like having people in your house all the time. And how old is your house Sarah one hundred years old? Oh, yeah. That's it turned one hundred years old this year. And I am absolutely in love at this house. Let me put that out there. I this is like my dream home. Everything that we're doing is. I think we knew was going to have to happen at some point. It's just happening a little bit earlier. My whole thing is just that we bought the house. We renovated the house while not living in it. So we had a lot of time to do all of these things in the house when we weren't living in it. But I don't know how that all happened. So we had to get a new roof. So this is all in the past two weeks. Just letting everyone we had to get a new roof like completely replace the roof, and we have a flat roof the house has a flat room on it. And it was causing a lot of leaky. And so it was it was it was a big ordeal. Like, it was a big check. That was written that we might have cried while we're writing it. No it hang on. Because I wanna know did you know that you would have to replace the roof or was that a fun surprise? You got when it rained after he moved in. That was a fun surprise. We had it obviously, we had someone come in specked it. And they said it looked good. You know, there are a couple spots here. And there, and you know, when we when we renovated the house, we did plaster on the walls of instead of paint. Just kind of keep that old and character, and it's really lovely like all the texture and everything, and yeah, we had a really heavy rain. Maybe like two months into living in the house and our master bathroom, which you know, is one of my favorite places in our home. Because my vanity, you know, I spend time in there. It was just like rusty yellow streaks just going down all the plaster. Yes. Yet me bad. Just I mean, there were probably fifty of the heart. There was water coming in through like recess light dripping down on the hor- just. That's frightening. Yeah. So we. Knew that a roof was going to be something maybe in the five to ten year plan did not know the roof was going to be in our first year plan like high just moved in. Yes. So that was going on which you know, obviously, I was podcasting and things that my parents home because there was a lot of noise happening. So on the last day of the roof being put on they had some big machine up there, whatever, and they blew out a breaker in our home like no big deal, obviously, it's an old house. And so when I went down to the circuit board to like reset the breakers. I did and it was like, you know, a Christmas story the movie where like he plugs in the leg lamp into the wall. And it's like the sparks fly everywhere. Yes..
"kevin garcia" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Hi, guys, New Jersey, man gotta be. Chummy with the stones. Hey, my wife will walk past Mick Jagger last Christmas. She said she said, hi, Mick. You said, hey, there you go. That was the whole Jill. Guys. No, no from just coming out of your tub. Sure. L? Let's talk support Michael. Oh, great. What are you doing this weekend? Not much. I do actually, but you know, the more we talk the less time. Yes. Renews. Nothing important. Important to say, sure. We'll we'll notice has been very very good. All right. I'm gonna tell you about that New Jersey guy going to court today for killing his brother and his brother's family Llamas county prosecutor Chris grandma's. Tony says Paul kinetico is going to four counts of murder we alleged that the defendant repeatedly shot and killed his brother while he was outside of the side of his home, and then moved to murder the rest of the family inside the home, we allege that Jennifer was shot and stabbed and the two Caneiro children were repeatedly stabbed by knife. Pretty sad allegedly. Also said fire the home to try and cover up the murders. Fantasia Commissioner Kevin Garcia, not apologizing press by the city council about the response to this snowstorm that brought the city to a halt and nothing to say what's wrong with apologizing. Even if there were factors outside of our own control. What is the problem with saying? I'm sorry. I am certainly sorry that we did not message this and that we were not able to make that people. Understood the challenge that they would face ahead whether or not they were commuting or in school buses or they were parents, but she promised to do better. The next time. President Trump reacting to reports that he considered giving Vladimir Putin a penthouse was part of a deal to build a Trump Tower in Moscow during the two thousand sixteen campaign. He said there was nothing wrong with it. It was very legal very cool, and it never got done. Anyway, the president leaders of Canada and Mexico step closer to a new trade deal for North America. All three signed the US Mexico Canada agreement this morning at that summit in Argentina's still has to be approved by the legislatures of all three countries Marriot's is someone breached its Starwood guest reserve database and potentially exposed information of five hundred million guests and how about this. You never will guess how much money Americans spend on impulse buying. Time both all right for for the well the year actually a month. Give me a month impulse buy go at five hundred bucks. I'll go with eight hundred you guys have pretty good impulses. Average people not you. That's average..
"kevin garcia" Discussed on Sports Radio 610
"Around down the touchline now since it back Our tour more than. Five minutes, of stoppage now switch over to the near side of Santos Santos our tour and the circle for trap pass it back across the halfway line for Mensa down the right touchline for popular they just added. Another, minute stoppage time Now indicated six minutes of stuff Just. About thirty seconds before that expires now to sack, Stephan at in his own box Stephan Al wide to the right for Mensa Columbus eating the clock now out the trap Trap shipping. It ahead Kevin Garcia trying to. Go around Opoku boggles out off of Opoku, Donna will throw Adam Lundquist didn't Kevin Garcia Kevin Garcia. Pads the back to, watch not much. Time gotta go forward Watts Work it up switch to, Machado but Chato being pressured gets over to the. Nearside winger keeps it inflates data play by. Santos donavan will have a throw Santos shot a step in front, quick yellow for. Santos yellowcard brought to you by point. Energy always, there yellow for, time wasting China will. Throw it in for the dynamo gonna. Try to, throw in long she Sunday's. Machado throws one high headed away. By Mensa towards the halfway line Kevin Garcia there look at the whistle by. Geiger he blows the whistle, and the Donald loser. Close late Columbus scores in time we only goal the night a questionable controversial call. The goes. The way against the dynamo and the crew get the victory at home one nil the dynamo have. Now went six strength Emmanuel last without a win. And, have dropped their fourth straight as, the dynamo players are protesting with Marc, Geiger now after the full time whistle one.
"kevin garcia" Discussed on Sports Radio 610
"On the tackle he's able to pass it back. To memo Rodriguez down the left touchline for pain pain you're. Playing it long down the left touchline trying to give him some room Passover two men suffer Columbus and over to the right side for trap Stephon and gold The left side of Sarah Left touchline Sanjeev. Reading of the five minutes I think there've been a couple. Of injuries couple of bookies. It seems a little long I would have said three or four talk you down the right touchline since. The ball towards the artists Gets it by Joe Willison. Scores it's one nil Columbus one minute of the five minutes of stoppage the. Dynamo protesting the off side but as. Of now it's a one nil lead for. Columbus in stoppage time dynamo look like day just hot hot. On their heels Columbus about. Quick little chip over the top is Artis was in all low Joe couldn't really do anything about it As the goal score for the Columbus Crew comes through late. Fourteenth goal of the season for artists Think having Garcia kept them on camera Garcia Dickey, on the question. Will be with Mullins off side as he went up and played for the. Ball got his artists I'm not sure if they'll take a look at this on g AARP ads artist did look on side. Kept on by Kevin Garcia on the far side as Machado and watts had stepped Jarvis Kevin Garcia the substitute was a step behind him Opoku, of extends. We'll have his first assisted the season Geiger's walking around the center circle just. Listening to the VR Andrew or talking film as well Tiger Geiger rather gentlemen let me let me listen to what I'm being told Geiger's talking back now and his microphone John were hoping Pointed to. The circle goals gonna. Stand one nil Columbus goal coming. In stoppage time I,.
"kevin garcia" Discussed on Sports Radio 610
"The right touchline Martinez cuts towards the center, of the pitch doesn't have the options he wants now plays a Ford, for Boniek. Garcia bounceback Martinez Klett foot shot near post and it's just off frame Gonzalez Mata had it. Covered good attempt for Martinez as you tried, to send it low corner, near post and it goes out of play for Jesse Gonzales Volk good vision from Tomas Martinez I like the, nearside shot there as well hard struck and just missed it a little bit wide good work for Boniek artsy and, the rest of the dynamo, building it up. Past nearside Figueroa he went down, trying to get the call didn't. Get, it a lease the throw in Garcia Martinez square over to the left. Side for heel toe PL to- right foot. From distance and he gets underneath it and since it into the pit shy patio all the way up to the, star bar That one's way out of Black Watch your peers up there guys BBB a robot Kyoto defendants shoulders And Lofton it up over Jesse Gonzales the goal but the Houston dynamo have all the. Momentum right now they're pushy they're controlling the pace and they are Feeling that they get that go back that was taken away, from. That BBVA compensated seems to. Feel it as well sixty. Nine one one Gonzales off the goal kick flicking header by. Atkin deli Visa's gonna chase it down. It might have been office Saran. Beasley was send it out of play through that far touchline FC. Dallas Guaymi oranges went. Down Alejandro flame of, your was, trailing the, play and just went down and now is holding his leg even. At even mind Donald played on Wednesday They play. Last Saturday it's Colorado They had seven. Matches in the month of July they're going. To bring the training staff on this could also be a good opportunity. To use the cooling off period we saw the cooling off period earlier whenever, mascara got hurt, for FC Dallas the official Grenada let the cooling off period during that time in an. Effort to speed up. The game Have to a ton of minutes into stoppage time only added three Training staff on now looking at Wayne mayor yeah it looks like maybe. Just a leg cramp here for. Mayo in the heat is hard you gotta gotta keep the fluids I am a little shocked that they aren't calling for the cooling off period. Here as were You know I can't do math twenty five minutes into the. Second half I'm surprised. As well. They might they might save it a little. Bit later it might have to be after the thirty. Minute Mark I'm not one. Hundred. Percent sure it looks like FC Dallas is gonna come on with this. A second some of. The game it's gonna be. Kellyn Acosta, it appears Typical starter for. FC Dallas CASA not. On the in the starting. Eleven today But still on the MAC stack and, he's gonna come over to the fourth official Cost of the twenty two year old from plano Texas six year, in the MLS it'll be thirteenth appearance does, finally come on fifth off the, bench one goal to assist not coming on yet Kevin Garcia. Looks like he's getting some instruction he may be coming on or maybe that was the option perform may, or Dallas has get over two barrios into the box Figaro he sends a low cross it's lose. Top of the six psychos off the crossbar At an, empty net any fires it off the crossbar and out of play for a goal kick dynamo dodging, a bullet first half we saw a flurry of action early with the goal by hedges the goal by Minolta's the second. Half we've seen, near goals both ways FC Dallas having a penalty kick. Saved by Willis the about had a goal, taken off the board and now this miss from just above the six yard box by sending it firmly off the crossbar and denying FC, Dallas their second goal, Joe, Willis did not want to push, the ball there he made the initial save on the crops but pushed it right out into the middle of the penalty box, and limo found the end of it and. Had a wide open net but good job adjourn Watson DaMarcus Beasley getting, into the lane just kind of..
"kevin garcia" Discussed on Sports Radio 610
"Price now back to coordinate four four to the right touchline where you find nicholson nicholson cuts to the center of the field plays a for being too far in front intercepted by darwin saran outlet albert elise near touchline across the midway point through ball from oral but i'll toss minolta's into the box left side cuts back to the right foot but i'll stands over the top of it tried to cross looking for our lease at bounces off of the leg tommy smith and then goes out of play through the touchline not the byline and it'll be a dynamo throw two yards away from their bio dan and minolta's trying to look for at least i wouldn't mind him coming back and trying to get a little bit of space and fire one on framethey're we haven't seen a lot it can feel a little a little tough to to to break tim howard but you gotta put some on frame you try to get one by quick throw to memo rodriguez rodriguez dribbling backing out passing back air alexander alexander pressured shields off the defender to watts watch over to the right touchline from chato tat dover kevin garcia dribbling it back towards the halfway line and eligible back into the dynamo half garcia starting to counter the other way and now to joe willis inside of the box eightieth minute nil nil willis will send one deep albert elise centers it with the header ball takes a bounce over to courtney ford over to the near side down the right touchline goes nicholson nicholson dumps it off for price price across the halfway line for gosh why did electric steel steel cutting into the lightfoot middle of the build ties a passport it's blocked by kevin garcia bactor saran and sharon since at ford for a lease back to garcia garcia long diagonal over to the nearside noone one making a run ford is howard plays at the top of the eighteen puts it on a bounce and sims the outlet pass to price bryce left side for danny wilson wilson shipping one towards the top of the eighteen leonardo hesitate to watch what's gonna hit two willison goal comes out of the six i like that play by watts that's a heads up play there he he had some pressure on him but he felt controlled enough to be able to to hit that one to willis good communication between them to be fine man who get the in the threat willis launch ones in colorado is half its played steal for the rabbits rapids left touchline for gosh oh gosh she left to the circle fires a passenger circle for wilson and out of the circle right side for nncholas nicholson crossed the halfway line the dynamo half the scene cuts back pass it back to courtney board for nicholson nicholson loosen and pressure foul by everybody thought there would be a foul called instead the donald sinden long in colorado's half or howard came to get it first minute nil nil colorado and possession down the left touchline a passwords gashi you heads it over to the left touchline for beans data donald.
"kevin garcia" Discussed on Sports Radio 610
"Down and a square ball now for tomas martinez and square for galaxy sander square towards the left side for rodriguez now all the way to the left touchline for lundquist one quest ford for gil try to one to it with one questions behind him taken away by colorado badge has and he finds nicholson in the center of the pitch and now back to balji down the right touchline across the halfway law body with room balji towards the box body with a step over right side of the box towards the byline wafting cross platelet ground garcia lexa go edgar custodio came and couldn't control though and then kevin garcia is able to chase it down out of the box that was a lucky balance for kevin garcia's he let that one go and casteel was coming in there could have easily taken possession there of that ball you shocked that took went to ground tomas martinez lifting it for garcia knocked away like colorado donohoe if i'm joe willis i in kevin marcy is era at the half about that because he needs to clear that no matter what we've seen it a couple times in the season for the houston dynamo once by kevin garcia himself where he ball was not cleared well on one of those lofting crosses where it seems like no one's on the far post and and it falls to someone on the opposition and they score a goal so the kevin garcia has to be all over that bowl and make sure it's at least out of the box forty four th minute nil nil dynamos senate ford for yoko heavy challenged knocked away colorado gets possession played along the back line now for ford shubert barnes limping onto the field shubert over to the right side now for bloomberg swear ball for wilson near the circle leeza for shubert wide left at smith smith across the halfway line using his body on tomas martinez now passes it back to shubert the right side for four four trying to run by louis skill as a step now swear ball over to the right side for bloomberg bloomberg jonah chip it over the top blocked by lundquist enrolls to rodriguez rodriguez able to shield away off a bloomberg rodriguez ahead for keough toe down the touchline the alto kutcher towards the box the alto leftfoot crossbar post nobody's home present a play for a.
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"One time at nicholson passover his head nemo rodriguez having a tough time clearing it and then rodriguez into custodio have a bit of a collision casteel went into ground casteel gets up quickly finds kevin garcia does murad gez he sends it to the halfway line attended ford and algerian watch just gonna clear this getting back into colorado's half it's headed ford by colorado where it's one by adam lundquist listen back to leonardo for alexander back to once watch and take his time since it ahead to eric alexander now back to one stop eighteen little bit of pressure watch we'll send it into the colorado habits headed back by schubert kevin garcia tracking back just heads it away out of play at the feet of donna head coach wilmer cabrera i've your custodial throw it in the fourteenth minute in a match that has no score back to smith it hasn't had a lot of action offensively yet williston long diagonal ball over to the right side the cross is blocked by lundquist and we'll go out of play for a bloomberg thrown bloomberg throws it all the way back near the halfway line for price will dribble it to the halfway line as colorado looks to build from the back shubert inside the circle shubert pressured by kiyoko and shubert just sends it to howard house above his art three yards out of the box finds courtney ford sent a head for bloomberg's where ball for price to bloomberg and now back to four really good job of the houston dynamo to take the pressure off of their defenses as a good diagonal ball gave some space in colorado look to get the first cross into the game with good block and then the pressure by the dynamo defense able to bring the ball all the way back to tim howard a couple of times howard cindy into the dynamo half leonardo the driving header back into colorado's have were price hazard for the rapids send it to the nearside for smith smith tried to run ford now didn't have the options the likes of what he wants to shubert right side ford headed for depri into the ground price and i'll play to the back for shubert for wilson now looking to go along and over the top looking for balji baljit can't get touch on it but he got by the dynamo defense willis comes out of the six to control as he was able to get a step on watts but couldn't control we're talking about that in the pre game looking for those long balls over the top to body in this this game has been very very big field the teams are playing both back lines are saying are are kind of dropping back not trying to not let people get ahead of them neil neil quarter hour in colorado again looking to go along intercepted by the dynamo watts has it now he finds kevin garcia garcia a curling ball ford for gail back to garcia garcia on the ground up the middle blocked away by price ballu sent on the switch over to the right side for bloomberg bloomberg since a bag now before four you can hear the colorado fans going a little restless that their attack back to shubert and four wilson near touchline for smith smith of the run ahead smith to the big touch smith since it to steal the square ball eric gallardo we skills steps in the hard challenge the memorial rigas little attic control bumps custodio called for found colorado will have a free taking your touchline they put it on the ground play quickly and back custodio does casteel gets back.
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"Of the night and quickly back to price over to the right side it's nicholson and nicholson chips had back to the right centreback courtney four out of shubert to colorado with three defenders on the back line five most of the time to the outside coming forward left side castio pass towards mid bill looking for nicholson eric alexander steps in front winds on the tack on the nicholson vows him the dynamo will have a free kick right at the halfway line towards the near touchline fourthminute nil nil and one thing you mentioned with those those wingbacks going up and down the side they're going to have to make sure they get back on counterattacks so that they can help out the centrebacks at don't leave too much space outside for colorado to run into as machado loses possession here and gives up a throw to colorado nicholson dodgy colorado the dynamo hat actor wilson tracking back guilt to knock it loose wins on the tackle eric alexander the possession he finds memo rodriguez natta martinez in a circle and out wide and the left side for lundquist of overlaps now back into the dynamo half for memo rodriguez inside the circle for alexander ford from our tina's back into the near side from chato chato ahead for kevin garcia one time pass looking for gilles intercepted but then a heavy past four nicholson goes off his feet and out of play don amoah throwing garcia pass it back to jared watts if you've been paying attention to the world cup the dynamo played a little bit actually like what england plays with the three centrebacks who will kind of spread out in the wing backs move very high up the field but then also have to get back to defend perhaps gareth southgate dan's behind the decision boomer cabrera tonight where the fifth minute nil nil ball back to willis willis chips it over to machado on the near side machado tapping at ford near the circle for alexander now who pass it back to leonardo it's watts who's been the center of the back line not listed with leonardo left side for lundquist lung was looking to go long it over the top howard comes all the way out of his box shield keough tokyo gives them a little bit of a howard embellishes he dives the pitch like neymar renault kyoto pats on the back says my fault howard just gamesmanship he gives them a high five no love no hate bear between the two no good play by tim howard looking like a centreback coming out of the box and doing the just getting the position and shielding the ball there and kyoto when the goalkeeper's out of the box you treat them like a field player you go after you gotta give them a little bit of a knock tim howard's not a young young buck anymore he's not bouncing up from those hits thirty nine years young tim howard the best us men's national team goalkeepers we've ever seen sixminute nil nil a chip over to the near cypher custodio casteel tries to headed back but can't keep it in play it goes out of play and the data throw it in tommy smith throws it away from kevin garcia couldn't get ahead on the counter and instead garcia will just toss it all the way back to adopt machado now to joe willis the corner of his six yard box he'll bouma deep into colorado's half looking for keel took tokyo's being a hell no call louise skill wins.