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High alert: World scurries to contain new COVID variant

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00:44 sec | 4 hrs ago

High alert: World scurries to contain new COVID variant

"The world is scurrying to contain the new coded variances new restrictions were being slapped on travel from countries in southern Africa the new variant now officially names Omicron has the potential to be more resistant to the protection offered by fax scenes however despite the shutdown of flights it has become evident that the variant is already spreading cases have been reported in trouble is in Belgium Israel and Hong Kong Omicron is the variance of concern because of its high number of mutations there's also evidence that it carries a higher degree of infection than the other variance that means people he contracted Kevin nineteen and recovered could be subject to catching it again it could take weeks to note current vaccines are less effective against it I'm Karen Thomas

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Lavender (MM #3902)

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01:00 min | 5 hrs ago

Lavender (MM #3902)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason, this time of year, the cold and flu season. You start seeing commercials for products that include lavender. Because lavender helps make you feel better. It's calming, it soothing. It has magical powers, I guess. I don't actually find that to be the case. I don't like the smell of lavender. In fact, I've got a couple of VapoRub containers that for some reason somebody gave me the head lavender in them, and I've tried to use it. I've tried to even put it on my feet when I wanted to soften my feet and get those vapor up juices coming up through my body and it works, but I just don't like the smell. Even on my feet, I would definitely not put it on my chest or put it on my face or anything like that. And I don't understand why lavender has these properties. Because any time I smell lavender, whether it's perfume, whether it's mother flowers themselves, or just anything that includes lavender, I'm not repulsed. I just don't enjoy it. I don't like it. It just it's not a smell for me. And maybe it's just a guy thing. Maybe it's just a me thing, but when you see the commercials about the soothing, calming, lavender baths, not so. It just kind of gets me agitated. And that's kind of

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Lavender (MM #3902)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 hrs ago

Lavender (MM #3902)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason, this time of year, the cold and flu season. You start seeing commercials for products that include lavender. Because lavender helps make you feel better. It's calming, it soothing. It has magical powers, I guess. I don't actually find that to be the case. I don't like the smell of lavender. In fact, I've got a couple of VapoRub containers that for some reason somebody gave me the head lavender in them, and I've tried to use it. I've tried to even put it on my feet when I wanted to soften my feet and get those vapor up juices coming up through my body and it works, but I just don't like the smell. Even on my feet, I would definitely not put it on my chest or put it on my face or anything like that. And I don't understand why lavender has these properties. Because any time I smell lavender, whether it's perfume, whether it's mother flowers themselves, or just anything that includes lavender, I'm not repulsed. I just don't enjoy it. I don't like it. It just it's not a smell for me. And maybe it's just a guy thing. Maybe it's just a me thing, but when you see the commercials about the soothing, calming, lavender baths, not so. It just kind of gets me agitated. And that's kind of

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Doctor recommends 'routine surveillance' after polyp removed from Biden's colon

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00:35 sec | 2 d ago

Doctor recommends 'routine surveillance' after polyp removed from Biden's colon

"The Pollock removed from president Biden's Colin last week was benign the president's physician says it was a slow growing but potentially pre cancerous lesion that required no further action in a follow up memo doctor Kevin o'connor says the specimen was similar to one removed from Biden in two thousand eight he says routine surveillance which normally calls for another colon Naskapi in seven to ten years was recommended the Mayo clinic's website says most colon polyps are harmless but some can develop into colon cancer over time my

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Dressing Or Stuffing (MM #3900)

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01:00 min | 2 d ago

Dressing Or Stuffing (MM #3900)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. One of the biggest debates for Thanksgiving is that we have dressing, are we having stuffing? And yes, there is a difference. My wife's family prefers dressing. It's a family tradition handed down that they love. I don't mind it, but I've never cared about dressing or stuffing. And I've had stuffing, the kind you actually put in the bird and cook in the bird. Of course, there can also be some health hazards with that too because, well, you're putting something inside an uncooked bird, so naturally, as it cooks, if there are any problems with the bird to begin with, they're going to be cooked into the bread, perhaps, too. So it's kind of a weird thing, but most people do dressing rather than stuffing. But when stove top came out, that was the funny part. It was stove top stuffing. It should have been stove top dressing, but the alliteration didn't work there. Stuffing is stuffed inside a bird. If you've stuffed it inside the bird, enjoy your stuffing today. If you cooked it on the stove or cooked it in the oven or however you cooked it outside of the bird, you're having dressing. It's a big holiday tradition right next to the Thanksgiving Turkey. I'm guessing. We may be mashed potatoes and gravy. Okay, and maybe cranberries in my family, but Happy Thanksgiving.

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Dressing Or Stuffing (MM #3900)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 d ago

Dressing Or Stuffing (MM #3900)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. One of the biggest debates for Thanksgiving is that we have dressing, are we having stuffing? And yes, there is a difference. My wife's family prefers dressing. It's a family tradition handed down that they love. I don't mind it, but I've never cared about dressing or stuffing. And I've had stuffing, the kind you actually put in the bird and cook in the bird. Of course, there can also be some health hazards with that too because, well, you're putting something inside an uncooked bird, so naturally, as it cooks, if there are any problems with the bird to begin with, they're going to be cooked into the bread, perhaps, too. So it's kind of a weird thing, but most people do dressing rather than stuffing. But when stove top came out, that was the funny part. It was stove top stuffing. It should have been stove top dressing, but the alliteration didn't work there. Stuffing is stuffed inside a bird. If you've stuffed it inside the bird, enjoy your stuffing today. If you cooked it on the stove or cooked it in the oven or however you cooked it outside of the bird, you're having dressing. It's a big holiday tradition right next to the Thanksgiving Turkey. I'm guessing. We may be mashed potatoes and gravy. Okay, and maybe cranberries in my family, but Happy Thanksgiving.

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Kreider, Rooney lift Rangers to 4-1 win against Islanders

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00:43 sec | 2 d ago

Kreider, Rooney lift Rangers to 4-1 win against Islanders

"Chris Kreider has fifteen goals already this season after netting two more in the Rangers for one verdict over the islanders post pretty complex training the right areas Rosalyn there's five of five or on the calendar our platinum plan some absolutely incredible on the scale Kevin Rooney also scored twice against the Isles who have dropped seven straight in regulation since a five a one to stretch Igor she started may twenty saves as the Rangers won for the sixth time in seven games the Blueshirts also dropped their arch rivals to a one three eight U. B. S. arena India draft got the AL's within two to one early in the third period but New York one oh for six on the power play I'm Dave Ferrie

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Durant moves into NBA's top 25, Nets beat Celtics 123-104

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00:42 sec | 2 d ago

Durant moves into NBA's top 25, Nets beat Celtics 123-104

"Kevin Durant crack the NBA's top twenty five all time scoring list by contributing twenty one points in the nets one twenty three one oh four thumping to the Celtics about a kid my like today's game an early age so I watched all these guys that I might pass a note to your house and I I wanted to be like them I wanted to be an NBA like them make an impact in the league like down Patty mills added twenty three points and James harden had twenty with eleven assists in Brooklyn's twelfth win in its last fourteen games lamarcus Aldridge scored seventeen grabbed nine rebounds for the Atlantic division leaders who opened the second half on an eighteen to three run to go ahead by twenty eight Marcus smart had twenty points and eight assists for the Celtics who had won three in a row I'm Dave Ferrie

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Your Family (MM #3899)

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01:00 min | 3 d ago

Your Family (MM #3899)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason as you get ready to head out for the holidays, you're likely going to spend it with your female significant others family than you are your own if you're a male, research shows you that throughout the years, you end up going towards their family, not because you want to, but that's just kind of the way things work out. In my world, it started happening when I was in college and I spent thanksgivings with my college girlfriend and then my second girlfriend in college, not so much with my first wife's family. I don't think we spent much time with them at all, but that was because my first wife didn't really like her family. Now of course I've spent most of my holidays with my second wife's family. My parents don't care as much about holidays. They were never big in our family so it's no big deal. It's not like we had a big holiday tradition or anything like that. But if you are a man, you're likely going to the woman in the houses, family get together. I don't know why it works that way, but it always does. On Thanksgiving Day, we're going to be with my wife's family, at least part of it because my brother in law is spending it with his wife's family. See that's how it works. If their holidays to be spent, the wife or the girlfriend, they're usually the one telling us where we're going. I'm okay with that.

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Your Family (MM #3899)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 d ago

Your Family (MM #3899)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason as you get ready to head out for the holidays, you're likely going to spend it with your female significant others family than you are your own if you're a male, research shows you that throughout the years, you end up going towards their family, not because you want to, but that's just kind of the way things work out. In my world, it started happening when I was in college and I spent thanksgivings with my college girlfriend and then my second girlfriend in college, not so much with my first wife's family. I don't think we spent much time with them at all, but that was because my first wife didn't really like her family. Now of course I've spent most of my holidays with my second wife's family. My parents don't care as much about holidays. They were never big in our family so it's no big deal. It's not like we had a big holiday tradition or anything like that. But if you are a man, you're likely going to the woman in the houses, family get together. I don't know why it works that way, but it always does. On Thanksgiving Day, we're going to be with my wife's family, at least part of it because my brother in law is spending it with his wife's family. See that's how it works. If their holidays to be spent, the wife or the girlfriend, they're usually the one telling us where we're going. I'm okay with that.

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Wisconsin man unknowingly helped parade crash suspect after rampage

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00:48 sec | 3 d ago

Wisconsin man unknowingly helped parade crash suspect after rampage

"Hi Mike Rossio reporting prosecutors in Wisconsin charge a man with intentional homicide in the deaths of five people who were killed when an SUV was driven into a Christmas parade Darryl Brooks junior the man accused of driving an SUV into a Christmas parade made his first court appearance Tuesday in Waukesha Wisconsin Brooks was charged with five counts of intentional homicide but Waukesha county district attorney Susan Opper informed the court today we learned of another death of a child related to this case Opper said another charge of intentional homicide will be added against Brooks Waukesha county court commissioner Kevin Costello oversaw the proceedings you're presumed innocent Sir but that's what the allegations are I've not seen anything like this in my very

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 Barabanov's OT goal leads Sharks past Hurricanes 2-1

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00:28 sec | 4 d ago

Barabanov's OT goal leads Sharks past Hurricanes 2-1

"The sharks scored an overtime goal by Alexander bye barn off to beat the hurricanes two to one Tomas Hertl with the assist to set up the game winning goal ending Carolina's four game win streak Santos he hadn't scored a goal in a hundred thirty five minutes and thirty eight seconds until Kevin Labanc tied up at one in the second period James Reimer made twenty two saves for the win the hurricanes only goals by defenseman Tony deangelo Carolina is eight one and one on the road this season Brian Lee Aung San Jose

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Like My Father (MM #3898)

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01:00 min | 4 d ago

Like My Father (MM #3898)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason as I get older, I find out that I have more habits of my father than ever before. I'm so much like my father in a lot of ways. But I'm starting to do things that he does, and they're not bad things, and this isn't bad. It's just a weird little habits that you want to read, get them from. I wonder if he got them from grandfather and they're just heredity, or it's just how we're wired together. Other day driving down the road in the left hand lane, enough traction between me and the 18 Wheeler in front of me, but there were some little Kia behind me who just wanted to get around us so she bolted around the right side and pulls back in and basically the truck hits its brakes and she has to stop. So I just kind of waved at her and smiled. I thought, oh my gosh, my dad does that. I'll find myself chatting up people like cashiers at the grocery store or waitresses and things like that. Just talking about stupid stuff, like my father does. I don't know why I do that. My wife will look at me sometimes, just shake her head and go, okay, bob, whatever, and that kind of chuckle. I don't mean to be doing it. I don't realize I'm doing it, but I find out the older I get, the more I'm like my father every day. Now I guess you could say that's a good thing. It just kind of strange because I don't know where these habits come from

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Like My Father (MM #3898)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 d ago

Like My Father (MM #3898)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason as I get older, I find out that I have more habits of my father than ever before. I'm so much like my father in a lot of ways. But I'm starting to do things that he does, and they're not bad things, and this isn't bad. It's just a weird little habits that you want to read, get them from. I wonder if he got them from grandfather and they're just heredity, or it's just how we're wired together. Other day driving down the road in the left hand lane, enough traction between me and the 18 Wheeler in front of me, but there were some little Kia behind me who just wanted to get around us so she bolted around the right side and pulls back in and basically the truck hits its brakes and she has to stop. So I just kind of waved at her and smiled. I thought, oh my gosh, my dad does that. I'll find myself chatting up people like cashiers at the grocery store or waitresses and things like that. Just talking about stupid stuff, like my father does. I don't know why I do that. My wife will look at me sometimes, just shake her head and go, okay, bob, whatever, and that kind of chuckle. I don't mean to be doing it. I don't realize I'm doing it, but I find out the older I get, the more I'm like my father every day. Now I guess you could say that's a good thing. It just kind of strange because I don't know where these habits come from

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Durant's 27, Harden's 14 assists lead Nets past Cavs 117-112

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00:31 sec | 4 d ago

Durant's 27, Harden's 14 assists lead Nets past Cavs 117-112

"The Brooklyn nets defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers for the second time in a week one seventeen one twelfth unlike the last game this one was close the Cavaliers lead by a point with under three minutes to play but then Kevin Durant to top the nets with twenty seven points made a layup to put Brooklyn up for good at one oh six one oh five the cavs attack led by eleven at halftime with the nets then rallied getting a big lift from their bench led by lamarcus Aldridge who totaled twenty one points and pulled down eleven rebounds Brooklyn now has the best record in the Eastern Conference at thirteen and five winning six of its last seven games I'm John Merriam

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Kevin Spacey Ordered to Pay $31 Million to ‘House of Cards’ Studio

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00:41 sec | 4 d ago

Kevin Spacey Ordered to Pay $31 Million to ‘House of Cards’ Studio

"The former star of house of cards will have to shell out some money because of this firing for sexual misconduct Kevin spacey's behavior while working on house of cards has already cost him his job now he'll have to pay a literal price too details of an arbitration case have now been finalized and they said that spacey and his production company must pay the studio behind the hit Netflix show more than thirty million dollars that money will help cover the losses that were incurred by his firing for sexual misconduct the show's production company says they have to fire spacey stopped production of the show's sixth season re write it to get rid of spacey's character and then shorten the series to meet production deadlines I'm

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Technical Difficulties (MM #3897)

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01:00 min | 5 d ago

Technical Difficulties (MM #3897)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. When so much of your life revolves around technology, you have some days that are just throwaways. I call them technical difficulty days, because, well, some days are just crippled by your technical difficulties. On Friday I had to do a video interview, one of those guest spots on television, and the need of course to use my computer. Now I'm having problems with a couple of my computers. My main computer, I wouldn't even bother trying to do a video interview that's got to be for television because it's on its last legs. So I went to my backup computer, only problem is the Bluetooth dongle that's inside wasn't working. So when I got connected to the network feed, they couldn't hear me and I couldn't hear them. So I've got to do something to get that fixed. Then on Sunday, go out to do my road warrior videos. I have audio problems. I couldn't figure out if it was the camera if it was one of the three cables that are needed to be able to do the video. If it was the microphone itself, I'm still not sure what it was, but got it fixed, and then of course I have three batteries for my camera, two of which were dead. One of those weekends full of technical difficulties and there was no way to escape.

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Technical Difficulties (MM #3897)

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01:00 min | 5 d ago

Technical Difficulties (MM #3897)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. When so much of your life revolves around technology, you have some days that are just throwaways. I call them technical difficulty days, because, well, some days are just crippled by your technical difficulties. On Friday I had to do a video interview, one of those guest spots on television, and the need of course to use my computer. Now I'm having problems with a couple of my computers. My main computer, I wouldn't even bother trying to do a video interview that's got to be for television because it's on its last legs. So I went to my backup computer, only problem is the Bluetooth dongle that's inside wasn't working. So when I got connected to the network feed, they couldn't hear me and I couldn't hear them. So I've got to do something to get that fixed. Then on Sunday, go out to do my road warrior videos. I have audio problems. I couldn't figure out if it was the camera if it was one of the three cables that are needed to be able to do the video. If it was the microphone itself, I'm still not sure what it was, but got it fixed, and then of course I have three batteries for my camera, two of which were dead. One of those weekends full of technical difficulties and there was no way to escape.

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"kevin i" Discussed on Inside the Studio

Inside the Studio

01:39 min | 2 months ago

"kevin i" Discussed on Inside the Studio

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"kevin i" Discussed on Inside the Studio

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07:05 min | 2 months ago

"kevin i" Discussed on Inside the Studio

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You find that your favorite songs or maybe the songs that are most fulfilling to you that they they come faster almost fully formed versus the ones that you really have to kinda like find your way a little bit more. Not necessarily i will say i get like not even in the studio just my daily life. I'll get this kind of manic creative energy. And i'll hear these melodies in my head and i'll pull my voice memos and try to lay something down and then i'll stop that voice. Meme start a new one report a harmony for that line. I just recorded and i remember. I did this one song That i recorded the whole thing in voice memos at eleven thirty pm the previous night of a morning session and it ended up being a great song I had all these ideas for like strings orchestra part so i was mimicking. Those sounds with my with my voice. And i ended up including them in the track. And just like there are those Energy where is something better than you. And and you lay it down and it turns into something All songs to start with like the bare bones. And i have those moments lot. I just record the bare bones and it becomes something great. So i don't know if that answers your question but that's been my strains. Oh absolutely and i know i know. Faith is a big part of your life. And i was gonna ask you how that comes through in your music but it sounds like you just answered it. I mean those moments of inspiration were just there it is. That's that's kind of words in your mouth but no it's weird man with the faith like i never would have mentioned that i was making this kind of music Like it's it's not straight up christian music but it's not straight pop very much crossover between you with these subtle faith undertones and and i liked that because it's actually really representative of hawaiians person and where i am in my faith journey but if you told me that i'd be making music with any faith undertones. I probably would have been pretty surprised but is weird man. I i went through this really really difficult. Rough patch in my life Before this project hang online. And i needed something to turn to I i needed like something bigger than me to stop where i was at. Take a complete left. Turn and start over It was some health issues. And i did i stopped. I never had an alcohol problem. But i stopped drinking. I haven't had a drink in almost fourteen months. I don't mess around with any drugs or anything. But yeah it's like i went through this verbal rough patch and in their rough patch in the in the midst of it. When i was at my lowest low i started getting these synchronicity or these signals from a higher power I'm super acepted. That stuff you know. I kind of have that creative energy of. But i listened to higher power and call that god if you will like. It just took me down. This left turn that. I was so desperately seeking to make things better and that's like this project came online. That's when i did the christian musical a week away. So is this all always felt very meant to be and when i was doubting god the most that's when i realized like them by god has been leading this the whole time and i'm in the best place i've been in years and i'm stable but yeah i can't deny we'll have to go into detail with intuit another time. That might shock the listener here but it was pretty bad. I was in bed place better. I'm i'm so glad to hear that and also thank you for for sharing that with me and with listeners. I really appreciate your trust and And your music as well. I mean you know. I think that people who are receptive to our music are receptive to all kinds of different energies. To and i. I personally believe that. That's all related in thinking and you said you call it. God call it whatever you want and there's something else that we may be can't necessarily see or touch but it definitely is there. I could not agree with you more and yeah just delicious. Thank you for listening you know. And that's what this whole product is been. It's been me funneling all that energy and all that experience and everything. I went through to turn it into something positive. I what am i. Friends told me after released wildfire. There like you realize you're because i did this ep while back in She said do you realize that out of the cold. That single from the ep that you did was a pretty pretty dark depressing song. In retrospect compared to what the citizen you went from out of the cold to wildfire. That's like that. And that is so representative of the journey that i went through in a nutshell. So that's why like so excited about this. That's coming up. Because it's taking all the stuff that i learned all the really heavy shit and just making something great out of it and i'm so excited for it. You know i love it. Can't wait for folks to hear kevin. This has been a true pleasure. Thank you so much for your time today and your music and just opening yourself up you are the best. I really really appreciate it. Thank you so much. And i'm so grateful that we will add this conversation. I'm stoked so it was great meeting..

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"kevin i" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

08:23 min | 2 months ago

"kevin i" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"So walter good script and he turned to me and said the script shocks could i. Oh my bookie two million. And he wasn't kidding. Oh well then. Once i got comfortable enough to have an actual conversation with him and not you know being what they call now a fan boy but just sort of trading barbs about working on this and working on that and i said you know that that scene in in the in the odd couple where you throw the bowl of pasta against the wall when you're arguing if it's called pasta and spaghetti and you throw it against the wall and say no we're garbage and matthau said no our garbage so's an instant review and critique and did you witnessed like you must have witnessed the french of math. Alan lemon extraordinary. You know we. We shot in minneapolis. Saint paul in the dead of winter which was really stupid. But it worked for the story and Both of their reps were looking for the best hotel room to stay in and it turns out there was one extraordinary presidential suite and their reps were fighting over who was going to stay there and matthau and lemmon as the story goes found out. There was a second bedroom and so while we shot the grumpy and movie the to the odd couple. Were roommates in this giant. You know with a kitchen and a piano and it was really really was something and so we would be asked up there for dinner on occasion and and So i got a chance to see them away from work a little bit. They just loved each other a lifetime. Friendship and yeah the nice thing to be part of truly was gift you you talking before about how you collected comedians names and come in took comedians into your heart almost the way. A kid collects baseball cards. I've heard you say you did that with character actors as well that you have our fondness for character actors. You've you've worked with some great ones. Own gabriel byrne joan plow right and and then giamatti. I could go on yes. Tell us about and this is not necessarily a character actor. He could be character actor at certain points in his career would also a leading man. That's rod steiger favourite gilbert's days. Yeah well y- you show them to. You did dinner dinner for five. He he was I would call him a character actor. In my opinion matthau lemon were character actors. Who got to be movie stars. They were definitely characters. And i would even push the notion as far as to say brad pitt is one of our best character actors. He's a bona fide. Bigger than life movie star but his character work in inglorious bastards is character work in in Burn after reading out to fun Even true romance. He's always looking to do. It seems to me a character rather than a a Romantic lead that way. Because yes this guy who's like the most handsome guy the planet. Yeah and year really a talented character. Oh benjamin button moneyball so many young but you know you could argue. Even money ball is sort of leading man. You're saying he's not the the main thing it seems to me. He has a real heart. Four character. Work and i mean his character. Inglorious bastards is damn near cartoonish and it's pulled off. Brilliant in there are moments of cliff booth in once upon a time in hollywood and you are on a horse. I remember you know where he's sort of leans into the character guy. I like your theory to this. There's a thin line sometimes between character actors and people who become leading men. Why yeah. I'm sort of pushing the idea of how i've collected character actors. It's really They're from very young age. It was the sidekick or the character supporting actors who really caught my attention. For whatever reason the slim pickens of the world and the bar struther martins and those guys boys rod steiger like to work with When i don't. I don't have too fond of memory about it. I mean i might have been that. He didn't wanna be there You know sometimes you just sort of sense. That was doing really solid work. And but he was. He was pretty difficult and demanding in terms of his work process. Interesting which made for of slightly unpleasant environment It didn't mean. He deserved less respect but just his process. I i Because i don't come from the theater or even a trained actor i'm there to have fun And it was rob reiner actually who almost as a mission statement at some point. We're shooting said if you're not having there's literally no point to any of it And there was less than zero fund onset. When when i did work with sorry and remember we had james karen on this show another great character actor and and he had worked with steiger and he asked him to tell the audience about work when steiger and he just said. I don't like to speak ill it did. Yeah yeah in my book. I tell it very funny but disparaging story but michael clarke duncan and he passed away about six weeks before the book was published in. The publisher called me and said. I don't know if you heard today's news. But michael. clarke duncan passed. I don't know if you want to keep the story in the book. And i thought for four seconds and said you don't get a pass for You know the stories funny. And he was a really shitty thing that he did. And there were witnesses and on the whole nine yards. Do too much detail on that one. But gilbert give since we have to gifted mimics here. Give give give kevin a little bit of your rod steiger. Please come to appreciate how please people you want to know a secret of our success when you start off with the know nothing no to your own and then you find the piece of cloth new and have a new cell that for two one cents profit. Never you'll think of buying or toy. Your child didn't you off. Mental piece of this pieces are coming you beautiful. You love character actors. You know john macgyver. That actor do. I saw him and second. Heavy bald actor did a little million. tv shows. He's midnight cowboy. He's the he's the he's the john why. Why did they call. What's his name in their given the voice for him Kevin a galaxy. Wait one second. I look them up john macgyver. You'll get it right away. Show it all always played like Buffoonish authority. I always in everything. You always love him. Yes go ahead gill..

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"kevin i" Discussed on Gamer Talk Podcast

Gamer Talk Podcast

03:03 min | 4 months ago

"kevin i" Discussed on Gamer Talk Podcast

"Facebook has suspended. The oculus quest to scales sales over skin irritant concerns so they're getting a report. Small percentage of quest to customers are experiencing skinner attention after using the quest to with removable phone interface. I mean isn't that kind of to be expected with prolonged. Play like you have either a cloth strap or rubber piece on your forehead and around your head. And you've been sweating so i think that's generally that's like natural causing right. I mean it's not like your pores are breathing freely. So i would think yeah. You're going to potentially get irritated. I don't know the difference between if somebody's having an allergic reaction to something that's different but different depending on what. The actual scenarios joe said was irritated though to be expected. Like your balls. Chafing put some put them telecomm- on your face. Yeah oh man. I don't know what the difference between the quest one and two is. But i don't have any issues with quest one And i've i've played like with other people and like swapped out. The you know treated headsets. Let them play that. I played in. Let them play. And i haven't had any skin rotation so probably clean. They're fucking quest to you. Know how gamers are just filthy animals anyway. So yeah i mean what i did. Right away was by that silicone thing that goes on inside of the the foam. It's like it's pretty nice. And i so i've never even had that foam touch my face at all. I bought that thing immediately. Before i even got my quest. So but yeah. That's that's something for them that they anybody should do. If they're worried about getting irritated faces by accessories that go with it. They make all kinds of shit for the quest. I guess get into the big thing. Activision big harassment. They're gaming. oh i don't i don't you know they're not now though they're not So bobby kotik who was a ceo for activision has responded to the sexual harassment lawsuit and goes on to quote what said l. o. r. initial responses to the issues. We face together and to your concerns. Were quite frankly. Tone-deaf were like no apostrophe..

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"kevin i" Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks

Home Gadget Geeks

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"kevin i" Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks

"Between my laptop in corporate and looking at I was blown away by the numbers of a I I am the were. My Work Laptop is the biggest load under network and my work laptop file shares are the biggest amount of data moving in and out of the house right now. That makes sense though it does but I wouldn't have I wouldn't have thought about it. I wouldn't have thought about from that point of view now good good that you know that. Kinda no I I'd like some more reporting like that. Just Kinda. See the. Big problem with the bid defender boxes, it doesn't give that kind of granularity. It's so simple. Don't get that kind of regularity I want to show Kevin before we before we head out I, want to show we we did have a couple this is The first time that I have been that I've shared show notes. And so couple couple comments. Here's here's a look at what we're looking at Joe had jumped in a notepad plus plus. Is Right as a text kind of a text editing code writing. Standard Rights got some tools that use at Kevin I, use it a bit but So several of our once again, the company I was surprised at the number of our customers that include that in their builds We've got a couple of medical companies that that is the the note pad package that ships with their system. So it it, it's very well done and a a a very good package..

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"kevin i" Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks

Home Gadget Geeks

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"kevin i" Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks

"Conferences have started to notice that back to that phone thing with Samsung being tied in. With Microsoft, pretty heavily, there was announcement that Samsung reminders are going to sink with Microsoft to do lists Don. Allison. You're going to start to see more synergy across that platform D-. At work, we're using Microsoft teams for a lot of our activity and. I catch myself constantly looking at whether it's project management or teams in in the ability to track a project but can I really boil it down to individual tasks or action items and from developer's conference? I can see were a Microsoft to do is going to be one of the routes they're looking at to be able to boil down tasks out of teams and pop into a to do list. and. Then there's another new technology from Microsoft called Microsoft planner. which is kind of the glue to go in between Microsoft Project Microsoft teams, a lot of these other functions and there is a strong. Push with inside of Microsoft to have to do be the focal point of task management for all those items so. And then Microsoft will kill it and we'll be pissed off. I don't I don't think. So I don't think onto. That's a pretty basic it's GonNa get teams integration. You know the direction is to move everything into teams Yup and and so You know an actually the integration with the office products like word and. Excel and some of those inside teams not bad. Not Perfect yet, but not bad. It actually works pretty well this week we got the roll out for the more. So now we can have nine. I, think it's nine windows and we can get oh, the window the video pops out it used to stay inside teams now pops out and so we're we're a teams where teams customer a Gallup in I it took me a while to figure out like, okay. Where's the window going like? I had a call going and then the window is gone. And and they continue to make pretty rapid improvements to it. Kevin I. Think this is one I. don't see them and maybe in maybe so I don't know I do see them. We're Kinda role in this into the Microsoft three, sixty five or the office three, sixty five or whatever they're calling it these. family of a products and it probably staying as the to do feature for those for a while. So I don't this is one I could be wrong but this may be around for a while. Yeah and I think because you know the thing with past products like this, they never seem to. Be embraced by the developers who build the glue that goes between all these other products and this one does so I think I think from that point of view it could be it could be a good link-up tie that way. Yeah I'm. As much as I'm a nerd I still am a paper notes guy and I cannot. When push comes to shove I'm having that kind of pushing and shoving week for whatever reason. It's just that week where push came to shove. I go back to paper I just can't I don't I don't know what is about not being able to visualize it in my own brain when it's digital. And I just I'm more effective on paper and it maybe it's just the way I grew up or it's because I'm old or I I don't know I'm not saying don't you by the way this is not like everybody should still be on paper. This is not one of those if you can do it digitally. I have just tried for twenty five years to make the digital jump in I just can't do I can do some of it. But when it's when when when the pressure's on. I go right back to paper and and it's just it's. For me, it's just easier to do. So I have a laundry list here some notes on the back I always keep pad on my desk just I just have one in anytime I need something I need to take notes I do have I, do have a sticky note from windows if you haven't used their sticky notes in a while. I do have a sticky note on my desk. That's got a bunch of notes on it. That's got my daily routine. You know I get. There's some things I do I check youtube I, check our I promote our webcasts. I. Post to event bride is scheduled streak like there's some things I do and that's on a sticky note on my on my computer and now works out really well. To do stuff. I kind of just WANNA, check it off and say. He says I think we're just old. And that is that's true in a Lotta ways but Kevin, have you found six movin moving over to digital to do? you know as you're talking about that I I'm back on paper again I I go back and forth with it Good Segue to talk about a topic that I didn't want to talk about. But Microsoft has the new surface duo device coming out, and if I was more of a road warrior than I used to be I, I would love to have one of those to experiment with and when I think of the Times that I was very paperless. I had a small tablet or You know did everything in in notes but every time I look at that saying I go God I'd love to play with that. But for fifteen hundred dollars I'll build myself a really cool gaming desktop. Oh I'd love to see how well like it have to APPs running on that. But for fifteen hundred dollars, I'm going to build a cruel gaming desktop. Yeah you you kind of have to don't you I mean now to be fair, the fifteen, hundred dollars two, hundred and fifty six version right here. That is fourteen hundred dollars. Sorry. Finish. Laughing is I'M GONNA put I'm. Going to put a joke on top of your joke up it up. All Right Oh my God fourteen hundred or fifteen hundred dollars. And you don't get the Pan he's still have to buy the pen separate. It's we've been there's been a bunch of conversation going on twitter about this in our groups and A. Everybody's kind of been like your ex fifteen hundred box for that. I think I think. It's a little jump the shark moment for Yeah Microsoft. Don't you think now this being said I bet at Christmas, you can get these for nine nine. That's if it was. If it was something under thousand, it would be much much more. and. The this is the kind of thing that if the Microsoft stores hadn't of closed covert and everything else I have to go play with this because even though I can see some use case for it, I'm getting Kinda. Hung up on account. They showed the picture with you having it set sideways with virtual keyboard on it. So you're you're using it kind of like a little laptop and.

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"kevin i" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast

Seek Outside Podcast

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"kevin i" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast

"I find that jumping up. Fifty seventy five times with load on the back. You know can give me a pretty quick idea if it's going to stay stable there. So, those are things I. think he can do pretty quickly to just check like is this load going stay? Is My belt going to do the job for me? Right? Without having to go. Course at tight of course, if you get into ridiculous loads. You know three three quarters of your body weight and more I. Think all bets are kind of off You can also jostle load really quickly when you get it on and check with the your load distributions good and also if you're compressions tight, anything starts slopping. Then, you need to get it fixed. So that's another thing Kevin I. Either one of us can put a pack on. And within a minute, tell you if it's going to be comfortable for. Of Three Mile pack out or if it is going to be terrible and we need to take something. So I think that's something that comes with experience but again. If you know the mechanics of what it takes to make this comfortable. You can tell what's breaking down and you know how to fix it. You know how to adjust it and you know you can make it better. Yeah and I I can't reiterate that enough is just trying trying things loading it up maybe wrong reloading it upright and seeing how those two. Carrying the exact same wait how that feels completely different. So you can identify that in the field when you get those exact same feelings in you have. Some processes in place that will help you mitigate what's going on. Yup. One other thing. That I would say help. and this isn't backpack theater distribution or anything, but I really liked trekking poles for packing heavy loads. I mentioned in the video I wanna I WANNA get it in here too because I think it's important. if you're going up hill with trekking poles, you can use arm and shoulder strength to help propel yourself. If your side hilling dead fall Iraqi traverses, things like that. you've got better balance if you're using. Trekking Poles. In the big one for me is going downhill on a hard descent like you're stepping off of rocks and things like that. And I weigh one, ninety, one, hundred pounds on my back. I've probably got another twenty or thirty pounds of you know noculars and clothes and boots and all this so. You know I've got. A lot of weight coming down on my right knee as I'm stepping off this boulder well, with tracking cold I can reach out by before I, take that step. And I can absorb that weight with my arms and shoulders and ease into it with my knee and You do that a couple thousand times on descent and it really makes a difference. Really, makes you more stable and and save your legs and your knees. Now is that is that only because you're turning forty that you're recommending that or I I use those when I was a lot younger I, mean it's just like It's the difference in the two wheel drive trucks in a four wheel drive truck and. Some people get by with two wheel drive just fine. I've got four wheel drive because I use it. You know there's places I can go with four wheel drive that I can't with two wheel drive. No. Yeah. What is about him getting older is that wake keeps creeping up Yeah I know the first. Avenue. Now I. Think, the kids are responsible for that. The fraud. I really liked the four wheel drive analogy for tracking polls I..

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"kevin i" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"kevin i" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"A couple miscarriages. And we were struggling matured. Yeah Kevin I had. Yeah, you know we had We had children when we are older because of the conviction in our our hearts from God that that we wanted to see if got anymore children for us and After I I mean shoot. After Anna I really didn't think that I would have anymore. I was older I was. it was. So surprising to have had anna afterward But I had had one miscarriage and we shared that with the congregation. because we had announced that we were pregnant and then I had another miscarriage back to back. So I had gotten pregnant just the next month. And I miscarried that one and Mike was one of very few we didn't tell anybody but mike did no can I didn't tell him but Kevin did so he knew. So. I don't Wanna say that someone so cruel as to really not think about that question to a woman who you who her husband shared with you, and then you're going to ask her if you're parts are working, will we had there had been some time that we hadn't had a child you know or announced a pregnancy. So that's what he was wanting to know is that We're going to have any more kids. I, which is just Unbelievable I. You know I was so taken back. And I just that. Tony was very nervous about it. He's like you know he was kind of like driving as fast as I can. You know I don't even think I really answered Mike. What is woman to say You know I'm not broken. I'm not I I wasn't really. So, upset with then in if I had been really. Hurt by it, I would have gone to Mike instead you know that was really hurtful of you. And but there's a big spider con. Fun Guy was just here. NEXICO, there's. You know what? I thought about it. I just thought you know. How can you so flippantly ask a question? and. Especially to one that you knew that this couple..

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"kevin i" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"kevin i" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

"Kevin Hart has officially reached. Rock Star status. Selling out venues across the globe now he is expanding his dominance off the stage. He has starred in three films and Tacoma the entertainer of the year at the N. Double ACP image awards. Kevin invited me to his home in Los Angeles on a rare day off. excited. On this way after you. Hear all that stuff is custom chandeliers. WHO. Can I look at this at this rate. Almost spy ish, like very nice, very lax, but not too much. How deep is the pool? <hes> kid-friendly Gift From and Kevin from all to? There if not no, you about five and a half. That's good. That's perfect preface journey as you can stand up and stand up can save. That's great so now that this has been your year, the stats are you've had three hit films to in the top ten former movies in production right now. A hit television show a huge following on social media. Because of the way you were raised. It feels like what to you because there's some people whose head would be blown off by now, and we would see it rolling down the hill. For me, you know what? I believe hard work pays off you know. When you say has been has been my year. It's my time. Hollywood has wave making everything seemed like overnight success Oh my God. Where did this guy come from all this kid? Who is he look? It's a massive star. Eighteen years in the business. You put ten thousand hours. I'll put in my Tom I got I got dues that that have been paid and paid again and pay one more time after that I stayed shooting my dreams, and by doing that eventually came true, but it has there has to be something. I won't say special about you. Because I believe we all have the same human abilities possibilities. Not Everybody can do the same thing, but there has to be something. That is different because there are lots of people who try and there are lots of people who want it, and there are lots of people who have the desire. What was the difference? Do you think for you to difference to me? was I paid attention to what people did before me whether it was right or wrong? Everybody's successful as a for now. You laid a blueprint <hes>. You know I can go down and Lis- from. To actors entrepreneurs to self-made Mogul Jay. Z, look at Tyler Perry. You look at Puff <hes> I mean. You're looking at people that start off with a small. And that vision manifested in something beyond expectation, so what I did was from the people around me. My Mentors Eddie Murphy Chris, Rock, prior. We're all on the wall to wall all so you surround yourself a surround myself with a constant reminder of whose great. Constantly come down steps every day. I look Richard Bill. He's great. He was great. I see Chris Rock. He was great I it's a constant reminder. What am I trying to achieve I want to be great, so that motivates me, so things separates me is my draw my driver's other people's success. It's so interesting because you get compared a lot to Eddie Murphy because not since Eddie Murphy has anybody. You recently brought Roka's record at the Nokia, theatre. In Two thousand eleven during his laugh at my pain tour Kevin's. Ince's. At L. A.'s Nokia theatre were record breaking with over one point. One million dollars in ticket sales Kevin Surpassed Eddie Murphy's record. I don't care what I achieved and is there I? Don't care what financial number they put aside any accomplishment. That I how many tickets you saw how many people feel can't. You can't outdo with Eddie Murphy did I'm I'm sitting here so solid? I believe back. I can't I can't do that

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"kevin i" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

Rebecca Sounds Reveille

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"kevin i" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

"I said. Wow like we're really getting off track. And I was thinking, but not only was I thinking it the people in the film they were thinking the same thing enough that they said Lemme, send him a message and say hey. Did you see this kind of relates to the film that we resisted that? That was something else that surprise me. He has as as I watched the news each. A OUT! Certain stories are unfolding or soon certain injustices done to. Different groups and types of people you can see that the subject matter of the documentary the book. Is, very important it's. It's very timely very timely. This is really exciting I would you know hope that all of those that were involved in the project would continuing the project, and maybe there's something later that you can do that. That ends up saying. He now based on ten years down the road. Here's something else that we found that you. You know you can continue to do more research that is done because I think that this is going to be really important from. You took the certain years. Those were nineteen seventies or sixties. Now you can take A. Turn of the century kind of thing. Yeah, yes, that's the. This is something that happened in twenty twenty. Compared to nine, hundred, seventy or Major differences and you can look at different significant changes so i. think you have something going here. That's going to be very very important to a lot of historians and to a lot of sleep better in. I think that this is going to be really important and I'm going to definitely want to follow this as well because this is. In my world of helping people in making changes things with what I do in. The lay person of psychology. Immune. I don't have a degree, but this is something that I find really important in helping people want to be a part of so Kevin I wrote WanNa. Follow this in stay. Say Stay abreast of what you're doing and I definitely want to help with whatever you whatever you're doing to get that message out there so that it continues to help broaden people's minds in the ability to make an impact that is really positive in the lives of our communities and our nation, and hopefully globally I'd like to see a huge. one thing I wanted to add about. The book is when I started to. Write the book based on the documentary. One thing I kept in mind. Was I have a lot of nieces and nephews and when I look at. You know the younger generation they some of them may not really want to read a three hundred page book or two hundred fifty page book so I made sure that I condensed it.

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"kevin i" Discussed on Talk Like a Leader

Talk Like a Leader

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"kevin i" Discussed on Talk Like a Leader

"Of combined professional and military experience in consulting coaching and training in areas like team in interaction, dynamics, communication, strategies and tactics as well as emotional intelligence. Take it away, Guy. I welcome to the talk like leader guest in this league's episode. We're going to discuss the importance of how you frame a problem and my guest. Today is my friend colleague. Co Author Kevin I can vary. As Oh he's been with us before and say hey. Welcome to the PODCAST. Hey, guy. I'm glad to be back and I think I'm coming back again. I! Think we're going to do this again. That's right and so one of the things just for those of you listening to remind you. Kevin is a leadership author podcast host coach consult trainer. He's worked with companies of all different sizes, individuals leaders. So much experienced leadership world, it'd be really powerful and important to have somebody like on the guest to talk about this topic, which is how you frame a problem, so it has the first question Kevin. When we talk about how you frame a problem. What exactly does that mean how you frame a problem? Well before we can solve a problem. We have to have a clear picture or a clear description of the problem statement right, and so if all of us are looking at the problem differently, it becomes very different difficult for us to have the same clear picture of the problem so trying to solve a different problem. Let's take the old story right of the blind people and the elephant, so if I'm if I'm one blind person. Person and I'm feeling the side of the elephant. It feels like the elephant is a wall. If I'm someone who's holding onto the trunk of the elephant, it feels like something different. Nfl I'm feeling the leg of the elephant. It feels like something else, and so if the three of those people were to try to solve a problem, related to elephants is not going to be very successful, because buried different frames of reference or context. For the elephant, or in our case or the problem, so our job as a leader. If we're going to try to help solve problems, we got to get everyone to have the same rame. To start with, and probably where we're headed is we gotta make sure as a leader that we're not prejudging the frame too much either. As a really good point, but the power of Halloween's leaders talk about it, and how we position it when when we propose it that people can really significantly. Either positively or negatively impact how the team comes together. The person comes along with our perspective or what? We're trying to do.

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"kevin i" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"kevin i" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"Better and for worse, but I feel like I have again to scale and with a firm understanding of the scope of which it's not like again. It's not like you're writing songs. Like ten million people are listening to, but to the people who do and will. I I feel like. The responsibility I feel to myself. which you know is these are slightly different things I guess I always want to try to get something a little better. And that could be from a technical perspective like I was not blessed out the gate with like the most I listened some of the earlier records and I'm like Oh my God some of the vocal performances. Dot stuff that I feel like I needed a lot of practice to get to place now I'm like Oh, I can sing all right, or you know I'm happy to do some of the early ones I'm like. Oh, I! Want to put that. Take that guy out back and like put him out of his misery. But that's that was the time and that's where we're was and but. There's little things from a technical perspective or from a from a music side arrangement side development perspective that every time like I want to get this a little bit I to hone in on this a little more than that could be like the Elliott Smith obsessive right like that's like the guy who was tinkering all the time like, but if my voice the cord this way instead of this way, and that that thing the content. I, don't I guess I just don't want. I and I'm not saying anything about anybody else when I say this singing about myself I. Don't WanNa be. I Never WanNa feel like I took the easy way out or was cheap with myself about about the thing I was trying to talk about. Whether the song is someone likes it or not, whether it's well executed whether I got there or not. I kind of feel like I just the thing you're talking about about pulling it back. It's like. To me, that's just the the the act of. I don't think anybody's ever like. Discovered themselves. You know I think you're discovering yourself forever and I don't think you I also don't think unearthed any like great ubiquitous truths about the human i. think it's more like. We're just trying to to me. It's like you're just trying to really figure it out a day time and interaction at a time a relationship at a time of movement at a time. And at least I am and so. I feel like that's. What governs the impulse in in the songwriting is to try to do that in a way that also not like really is not just like you're reading someone's journal. Like art to it, some amount of like craft to it, but but I also think in this might sound so fucking cheesy, but it's just real. It's true and real to me. You know there's this thing about like. You know the pull yourself up. Like patriotism are clear yourself up by the bootstraps, or whatever, and then it's and it's that tends to be attached to a certain. Conservative or or right on the political spectrum way of thinking, and I understand why but I always thought there was like a great. Missed opportunity on like the the left around some of that because like. If. The idea of America is a place where..

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"kevin i" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"kevin i" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Party heard on Wednesday nights and boy. Kevin I gotTa tell you. It's my favorite moment of each and every week. Are You doing God? All things considered so yeah. How are things looking in Ohio? As many states across the nation starting to ease up on those restrictions in order to hopefully get the economy's back up and running again. We'll we'll see you know it's one of those things that it's Been slower to ease them up and I think that's because they're they're they're they're they're seeing what happens with other states but they got some dates. Everything's still sort of pretty locked down here but I gotTa admit you know there's a lot of it is is more about a consumer confidence to see whether people actually are comfortable going places sometimes. Yeah because this is definitely whether we want to admit it or not. It's definitely had psychological toll on her. Well respectful shark. He's definitely but you know everything right now. Everything of the house is good. You know I got. I got my son running out to get doughnuts. That's a good thing donuts. I mean those are as a necessity. Little Bear Claw does a body. Good as opposed to those murder warrants. Have you seen that? Have you seen? They're not in person. But are you kidding me? These these serious. They look like they looked like bad special effects from from like nineties movie. Exactly what I said. Yeah I mean. They're so huge. You're like what did you do make those plastic and honestly it's one of those things where somebody's like. Well if you see what you see one the I'm gone. I'm like leaving the states. You forget.

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"kevin i" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"kevin i" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Graham and Kevin I would love to help with your at home teaching efforts by offering free adventures rush revere series books to you while our supplies last we always hold back supplies for things like this now it's been a long time since I've talked about the adventures of rush revere series somebody give you a little recap again for those of you who know the story of been here awhile I beg your indulgence because every day people listening in this program for the first time some years ago we realize that there was a real void of accurate truthful patriotic engaging American history being taught to young people so we set out on a mission to write American history adventures that made American history fun for young paper people not just a fact based recitation of statistics engaged we devised a system to actually take the reader back into that aspect of American history we were focusing on have them learn it by actually being there steadiest memorizing boring facts for a test we wanted young readers to really experience history up close it understand the most incredible story the founding of the United States of America one of the most incredible stories in all of mankind the founding of the United States and by teaching it might actually be an athlete events that shape the country so how do we do it we created the the vehicle of time travel we created the magic of time travel via an incredibly funny snarky smart aleck horse named liberty we created a substitute teacher named rush revere who owned the horse liberty although liberty didn't feel owned rush revere was a substitute teacher at a middle school now liberty can only time travel to events in American history liberty could not do anything electrical liberty could not go to the future liberty can only go two things in the past it was a lightning strike that did something to liberty that made liberty able to time travel and so various students from the rush revere middle school would be let in on the secret and they would time travel back to various incidents in American history in each one of these was one of the books in the series in the first book rush revere and the brave pilgrims rush revere and liberty and a crew of young readers land on the deck of the Mayflower they learn about the exciting voyage to the New World I learned what it was really about how difficult it really was where it really came from why it happened in the first place liberty is a course cracking jokes about the poop deck you know what the public was not even over the phone I guess well the liberty found out about it and thought it was very funny young readers get to meet and talk the George Washington Benjamin Franklin Abigail Adams women the women of our founding are prominently featured in the rusher here series we donated what's the copies to various schools home schoolers and we've heard from teachers and readers all over the world sharing their stories about which adventures they like the most once more often than not writing to say how thrilled they are to see their kids reading and enjoying American history for the first time because fox these books because the invention of time travel with liberty and the kids being able to ride liberties back back into time they're actually there is a man's yeah we don't make a living out but we don't lie about anything we don't create and then go down to the gender we just want kids to learn the absolute truth as they can understand it in this age group about the founding of America five books in the series every one of them number one New York times bestsellers they have been approved by xcelerated readers they have received countless five star reviews thank you are you even when you got your believers I even won a children's author of the year award a short time back in nearly shut down the event in New York when I actually showed up to accept it now the books are geared for eight to twelve year olds but we've heard from people much younger and much older who love the books one it's amazing there are adults who read these books who have told us we didn't know that about some event in the founding of America which doesn't surprise us at all the founding of this country is something that for the longest time has not been properly taught there's been a war going on in this country the longest time to reshape it to cast the founding is a racist sexist bigoted homophobic events that America's unjust immoral buys virtual existence very little existence that America has no moral authority because our original sin of slavery and our denial of women the right to vote so America has no moral authority the world we're in a constant battle and people have not been from the youngest I just taught the truth and that's what we thought the correct so here's the deal while you're all hunkered down at home and wondering how to keep your kids engaged let me encourage you to read or re read the adventures of rush revere series now these are free we're offering free versions in order.

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"kevin i" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"kevin i" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Or go to our website my taxes talk dot com this is absolutely life changing and you know Kevin I see this as such an opportunity when did somebody say to us all you have to do is this usually life is complicated you know you give to an organization you're sort of hoping that they may be doing something CSI has already done everything now all they need is our money to be able to pull this off this is how they do what they do if we don't give they can't do it okay you can't pay for these expensive vaccines for cattle with nothing so folks I don't know what to say except this is a a an hour rate is up to the end you know somebody here prosperity preachers talk about sewing a seed of faith this reminds me of that in the legitimate sense do you think that god will not honor you when you do something like this that you you just know it's the right thing to do it's such a beautiful thing to do and you don't do it you don't give to get but the point is that when you get an opportunity this clear to do something this dramatically drum Monsta demonstrably manifestly good it is just it's like spiritual warfare Kevin I'm so grateful to you for coming on this program we've got to have you on again in person because there's just nothing more important in this thank you so much my friend but on our air thank you for let me because it's wonderful folks government taxes talking dot com my taxes talk dot com click on the Christian solidarity banner now is the time the phone number is eight hundred two five three three five two two eight hundred two five three three five two two please do it today please thank you.

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"kevin i" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

06:12 min | 2 years ago

"kevin i" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

"Welcome to all Kevin Friday where we take the audio from one of our remarkable TV episodes and put it here for you on the podcast hope you enjoy them you can look at the videos all of the past ones at blog dot Kevin I can vary dot com slash video but for now on with the podcast being welcome to remarkable TV. Today we're talking about the word fine are you ready well let's get started podcast we're here each week to talk about leadership teamwork organizational culture and human potential with experts from every walk of life the best selling author coach trainer and consultant to leaders for nearly twenty five years. This episode is sponsored by Kevin's upcoming book the Long Distance Leader Rules for remarkable remote leadership order your copy today at remarkable podcast dot com forward slash one of the things I've noticed is that the word fine has an interesting sort of connotation in our lives most of the time when we don't want to change rush book welcome to the remarkable leadership podcast hi I'm Kevin I can bury and I'm here to help you reach your potential as a leader and a human the time to investigate further here's the point that I wanna make I want to spend the rest of our time now talking about how to deal with life our goal is to help you become the remarkable leader and human being you were born to be your host is Kevin I can bury a leadership thought leader is fine enough now you might ask that directly you don't want to ask that it in an accusatory way but in a curious way so I'm glad things are fine but is that really probably less than what they want it to be and probably means something else might need to happen now I will say this that if your spouse says it's fine you might now might not nine okay we need we really need to clarify which kind of find it is is it really okay or is it less than awesome right and so this. I'm betting you are to you had someone say to you that it's fine they're wanting to stop the conversation but it's really not fine it's really less than what it could be and here's a way to think about this if you're married or have a significant other or even a parent and they say things and you ask them some say well no it's fine what does that mean this is that always good now it could be it could be really is fine but oftentimes and the person on the other side of the camera is chuckling as I say and probably the bigger reason why I'm sharing here is that they apply when we're trying to influence or help other people make a change and oftentimes they'll say well it's fine just they're fine is really just their way of saying don't want to change anything right now thank you very much then what can you do three ideas number one ask as a good thing we say it like we won't don't want really more conversation to happen right we use it as a word to kind of stop the conversation but it's fine really what we want that's the question and something we say things are fine and the question is find is a word of relativity right and so the question is is fine always the way it is and it's their way of saying I don't really want to change anything so if that's where you're at if you're trying to determine where it really is or if you're sure the point that I want to make here is that you can apply the ideas of ministry with you in a couple of ways we can apply them in our relationships into our communication to understand where someone else is but they also apply all you want is fine enough is fine enough great question next question another way to add this or perhaps as a follow up what would make it better okay it's great that it's fine but how could it be better than fine or as they say in the south how could it be more better than and like how can we make it better than just okay better than fine better than good what would make it better if you were going to change it what would you do to make it even matter the question the point is you're trying to get beyond fine you're trying to get beyond and past that place of it's sort of okay it's comfortable etc whether it's for a relationship or a change situation if we're thinking about it in a change situation and we hear fine our I thought should be fine it doesn't mean perfect fine is now in our way perhaps we need to get ourselves and others past settling asked a comfort zone and past complacency right so regardless of what your feelings are about fine fine can keep us from better and can keep us from the best and so if we WANNA help influence change in ourselves or others we gotta look carefully at the word fine see whether it's helping us or it's in our way let me close with today's tweet the next time someone says something is fine make sure they aren't settling I welcome to the remarkable later thus to be inspired to be informed to be educated and for us to pour into you to help you become reaching your potential just exactly what we said unleashing your remarkable potential every Monday morning it's free you can sign up all the information here please do that please come back next week further episode of remarkable for less than what they want speaking of things that are fine what you have in your inbox every Monday morning is probably fine but it could be better if you signed up for our Monday morning newsletter called unleashing your remarkable potential it has two or three articles that has something just for fun and it has a way to keep connected you think.

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"kevin i" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"kevin i" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Kevin I have a comment on this okay if you've ever been on a lawn mower I have to admit as as a dazzling urbanites I don't spend a lot of time and long hours but I have been out there are big blades underneath there great things are flying around there's a thing there's the there's stuff going on do we know is a riding mower was it a right yeah right on it was a push mower okay even worse right because stuff flies up yeah your grass in your mouth yeah over the summers the lot along cutting furs ally of of you know you won't be less it make it is this what do you make it on your lot Morris gimmick that this gimmick that on more very funky as on the set Iraq is not there is there's not enough armor all wipes to to be able to handle that situation Florida the humidity horrible but this is a bit okay German issue really isn't it yeah we're talking about yeah does that is exactly what it is it is a judgment issue I mean it was hot but that does not I'm sorry I mean also was this in his front yard is backyards video of it you can see what it's like is a bit like what if I cared as per flight it completely blocked off it's a nosy neighbor like putting the camera through the bushes that it's like will give me a break you know you're the one snooping on him but he's got this wide open backyard with me here is right on top of each other either way I'm against it but story the houses are close together okay and the lawn does look like it's been mowed awhile frankly I can't do it now because you get to pass out that's the worst the mowing their pants yet the neighbor doesn't maintain his wand this process makes everybody look bad it looks like a fairly unkept lawn one of those situations ever mine I'm not I'm going to touch that one don't go there what you know there there does need to be some man's gaping there along the line no mine would have been better yeah I I kind of wonder what he's yeah I mean I don't maybe is when those things are the neighbors are trying to get in get after each other is that it you know how people neighbors go crazy like that we just have that the guy was naked yeah I was making mowing his lawn is a teacher yeah I I get mad at you trying to get at his neighbor because they don't like each other that's what he does he did it to take off and everything is kind of funny all right there a congressman who that depend trouble got a fight with his neighbor over his lawn that was senator yeah and Paul senator rand Paul number right I got into it overran well I'd have surgeries and this result of that yeah thanks a lot yeah that's what people want to do this because I want to punch rand Paul because as long that's why.

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