31 Burst results for "Kevin Nation"

Make It Rain (MM #3799)

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Make It Rain (MM #3799)

"The Maisonette with Kevin Nation. Every year, we watch. What's now becoming commonplace in California. Those horrible fires that just burning cross. What's left of the vegetation and burned down homes in wide wide path, hundreds upon hundreds of miles of these huge fires and it makes myself Wonder with all the science. We have. Why Can't We Make It Rain GIF? Start worrying about this. I realize technically, it's now possible to make it rain, but it's not always consistent and it may not be enough to be able to put these fires out. It's very fascinating. I read about the science that it takes for rain, making it can be done. But again, it's very sporadic and what it actually accomplishes supposedly. They've been doing it in Dubai for a long time now and it's very good there but nobody knows if that's true or not. Cuz of course they won't do it when anybody supposed to see it. I know we're all thinking about how we can make it rain more because I'll be honest with you as we encounter more and more of global warming. We got to start worrying about this because I don't think California can survive a massive fire each and every year long.

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Make It Rain (MM #3799)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Make It Rain (MM #3799)

"The Maisonette with Kevin Nation. Every year, we watch. What's now becoming commonplace in California. Those horrible fires that just burning cross. What's left of the vegetation and burned down homes in wide wide path, hundreds upon hundreds of miles of these huge fires and it makes myself Wonder with all the science. We have. Why Can't We Make It Rain GIF? Start worrying about this. I realize technically, it's now possible to make it rain, but it's not always consistent and it may not be enough to be able to put these fires out. It's very fascinating. I read about the science that it takes for rain, making it can be done. But again, it's very sporadic and what it actually accomplishes supposedly. They've been doing it in Dubai for a long time now and it's very good there but nobody knows if that's true or not. Cuz of course they won't do it when anybody supposed to see it. I know we're all thinking about how we can make it rain more because I'll be honest with you as we encounter more and more of global warming. We got to start worrying about this because I don't think California can survive a massive fire each and every year long.

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Voice From My Past (MM #3798)

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01:00 min | Last month

Voice From My Past (MM #3798)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation, they say that voices from your past can haunt. You had a voice from my past come back but it wasn't haunting. The other day. I was walking through the internet looking at an international website. That tells you all the albums that were released in Europe. And one of the album's was something I saw. And I know that's interesting. It was a live album from The Judds recorded in nineteen, eighty-five. It was a live radio broadcast. I thought to myself, I went to MC The Judds concert back in. Nineteen eighty-five in Norfolk, Virginia, when I was just a baby DJ, and I wonder if it was my concert. I think it's my concert. I wonder if I'm on there. I wonder if you can hear the MCB Club member the radio broadcast. It was broadcast live on country stations, Across America. Lo and behold, I find a clip of the first song called, one way rider on YouTube and well, the voice didn't sound quite familiar, but it was a twenty-three-year-old. Kevin has a baby DJ live on stage in throwing The Judds. The excitement. I felt realizing that something I did so many years ago that I'd totally forgotten had come back, isn't it? Funny how voices can haunt you? But not be haunting dead.

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Voice From My Past (MM #3798)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Voice From My Past (MM #3798)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation, they say that voices from your past can haunt. You had a voice from my past come back but it wasn't haunting. The other day. I was walking through the internet looking at an international website. That tells you all the albums that were released in Europe. And one of the album's was something I saw. And I know that's interesting. It was a live album from The Judds recorded in nineteen, eighty-five. It was a live radio broadcast. I thought to myself, I went to MC The Judds concert back in. Nineteen eighty-five in Norfolk, Virginia, when I was just a baby DJ, and I wonder if it was my concert. I think it's my concert. I wonder if I'm on there. I wonder if you can hear the MCB Club member the radio broadcast. It was broadcast live on country stations, Across America. Lo and behold, I find a clip of the first song called, one way rider on YouTube and well, the voice didn't sound quite familiar, but it was a twenty-three-year-old. Kevin has a baby DJ live on stage in throwing The Judds. The excitement. I felt realizing that something I did so many years ago that I'd totally forgotten had come back, isn't it? Funny how voices can haunt you? But not be haunting dead.

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Beanie Babies (MM #3797)

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01:00 min | Last month

Beanie Babies (MM #3797)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I've collected a variety of different items throughout the years, but one collectible that kind of passed me by juice. Any babies. I know a lot of people who collected, beanie babies in the mid-to-late, nineties, including my sister. And while they were cute, I never understood why people cared so much. I realized they made it. So they were retired after a while so they had some thought of collectability, but they never told you how many they made of each item. So were they really collectible as we've now found out they weren't but what fascinated me most saw story, the other night, I believe on Feist television explains why Beanie Babies became so popular. And it was thanks to the internet. There were one of the first companies to have an Internet site and utilized that to build excitement for them as the internet came about in mid nineteen, ninety-five and ninety-six eBay started coming out so they were able to be sold on eBay and all those things that make things. Now, collectible were first started by Beanie Babies. Something I never chose to collect and luckily don't have to worry about now dead.

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Beanie Babies (MM #3797)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Beanie Babies (MM #3797)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I've collected a variety of different items throughout the years, but one collectible that kind of passed me by juice. Any babies. I know a lot of people who collected, beanie babies in the mid-to-late, nineties, including my sister. And while they were cute, I never understood why people cared so much. I realized they made it. So they were retired after a while so they had some thought of collectability, but they never told you how many they made of each item. So were they really collectible as we've now found out they weren't but what fascinated me most saw story, the other night, I believe on Feist television explains why Beanie Babies became so popular. And it was thanks to the internet. There were one of the first companies to have an Internet site and utilized that to build excitement for them as the internet came about in mid nineteen, ninety-five and ninety-six eBay started coming out so they were able to be sold on eBay and all those things that make things. Now, collectible were first started by Beanie Babies. Something I never chose to collect and luckily don't have to worry about now dead.

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Internet Scams (MM #3796)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Internet Scams (MM #3796)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. Most of us have seen the news stories, where we find out that internet, scammers Target, senior citizens, of course, things are changing, because while Millions upon millions of people are losing money every year to online scams gen z age, 20. And younger are now falling prey, these internet scams even faster than senior citizens and far away, quicker to Millennials and gen xers. And the reason being there more trusting while they understand the technology and understand what's going on, there also a little bit more trusting. Sometimes. In fact, people say too trusting and there's ways to scam them even easier than senior citizens. It's always amazed me at how gullible some people can be. I get hit with spam email every day. I get hit with scams everyday, I get hit with potential viruses every day and I've learned to ignore them know when I first started working with his email, twenty-five thirty years ago. Well, it was easy today though. I'm surprised the Young Generation hasn't figured it out yet, truly surprising and truly scary. If they can fall for it. Who else is in trouble?

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Internet Scams (MM #3796)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Internet Scams (MM #3796)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. Most of us have seen the news stories, where we find out that internet, scammers Target, senior citizens, of course, things are changing, because while Millions upon millions of people are losing money every year to online scams gen z age, 20. And younger are now falling prey, these internet scams even faster than senior citizens and far away, quicker to Millennials and gen xers. And the reason being there more trusting while they understand the technology and understand what's going on, there also a little bit more trusting. Sometimes. In fact, people say too trusting and there's ways to scam them even easier than senior citizens. It's always amazed me at how gullible some people can be. I get hit with spam email every day. I get hit with scams everyday, I get hit with potential viruses every day and I've learned to ignore them know when I first started working with his email, twenty-five thirty years ago. Well, it was easy today though. I'm surprised the Young Generation hasn't figured it out yet, truly surprising and truly scary. If they can fall for it. Who else is in trouble?

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Human Decency (MM #3795)

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01:00 min | Last month

Human Decency (MM #3795)

"The nation with Kevin Nation up until literally recent months. There's a phrase. I hadn't ever really given the time of day to hear it talked about every now and again you don't talk about it cuz it doesn't really affect you, but The Fray is human decency keeps coming up and rolling through my mind, lately, honesty, good manners, respect for other people, you know why it's coming up in my mind because we've lost that, we don't have that anymore, and it's not just the political climate. We live in. It's also because of covid-19. I think, what saddens me most is that people have shown little respect little thought process, no, manners at all. Since covid-19 off everybody, and I do mean everybody on Earth has been affected by this in some way, shape or form. We're all in this together whether we like it or not. So what can we be a little bit more mannerly a little bit more compassionate a little bit more,? I don't understand why all of a sudden it just got to be so bad. I know we've been leading up to it for many years and it's finally reached that point where the pimple popped but still. Something's not right. Something's got to change and I'm afraid there's no going back home.

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Human Decency (MM #3795)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Human Decency (MM #3795)

"The nation with Kevin Nation up until literally recent months. There's a phrase. I hadn't ever really given the time of day to hear it talked about every now and again you don't talk about it cuz it doesn't really affect you, but The Fray is human decency keeps coming up and rolling through my mind, lately, honesty, good manners, respect for other people, you know why it's coming up in my mind because we've lost that, we don't have that anymore, and it's not just the political climate. We live in. It's also because of covid-19. I think, what saddens me most is that people have shown little respect little thought process, no, manners at all. Since covid-19 off everybody, and I do mean everybody on Earth has been affected by this in some way, shape or form. We're all in this together whether we like it or not. So what can we be a little bit more mannerly a little bit more compassionate a little bit more,? I don't understand why all of a sudden it just got to be so bad. I know we've been leading up to it for many years and it's finally reached that point where the pimple popped but still. Something's not right. Something's got to change and I'm afraid there's no going back home.

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Pure And Simple (MM #3794)

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01:00 min | Last month

Pure And Simple (MM #3794)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation this time of year, least the next couple of weeks are my favorite sports time of the year. Has not because football started back up. Because we're getting ready for the NASCAR playoffs. It's because the Little League World Series is going on. Now that we've gotten over the Olympics, we can start focusing on the important competition in life and to me that is the Little League World Series. The most pure and simple form of sports. There is because these kids are in It For the Love of the Game. They're not hugely, skillful, they're not hugely, talented. Some are some are just normal kids who are just on the right team at the right time and maybe going to enjoy the best time of their life in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, Nashville, Suburban teams over the course of the last decade or so have done really well in the Little League World Series. The team from Nolensville Tennessee, has made the semi-finals, but it truly is my favorite time of the year watch sports. I'm just in awe and in love with these kids and what they're doing, what they represent and just enjoy the experience, that's the important thing. Pure and simple. The way Sports used to be when we were kids wage.

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Pure And Simple (MM #3794)

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01:00 min | Last month

Pure And Simple (MM #3794)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation this time of year, least the next couple of weeks are my favorite sports time of the year. Has not because football started back up. Because we're getting ready for the NASCAR playoffs. It's because the Little League World Series is going on. Now that we've gotten over the Olympics, we can start focusing on the important competition in life and to me that is the Little League World Series. The most pure and simple form of sports. There is because these kids are in It For the Love of the Game. They're not hugely, skillful, they're not hugely, talented. Some are some are just normal kids who are just on the right team at the right time and maybe going to enjoy the best time of their life in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, Nashville, Suburban teams over the course of the last decade or so have done really well in the Little League World Series. The team from Nolensville Tennessee, has made the semi-finals, but it truly is my favorite time of the year watch sports. I'm just in awe and in love with these kids and what they're doing, what they represent and just enjoy the experience, that's the important thing. Pure and simple. The way Sports used to be when we were kids wage.

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Ship To Store (MM #3793)

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01:00 min | Last month

Ship To Store (MM #3793)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I've talked about my frustration with retail stores, especially big box stores numerous times throughout the years. The Mason minute. I'll be going back at least a month or two. I was talking about. The problem with retail, I realized covid-19 has changed a lot of things but the one thing I'm seeing more and more, is this ship to store mentality? Yeah, they're no longer wanting you to come to the store to buy something. They want you to buy it online and then go to the store to pick it up. Now, if they don't have it in stock, it may take a few days to get there, but sometimes when I need something like the day, I broke my headphones over the weekend. I needed a new pair immediately. So I had to find what I was looking for. In town found them at Best Buy. The only problem took me fifteen, twenty minutes to be able to find them on the website. Then I had to go to the store and find out why had to find somebody to help me out. I want to look at it first before I decide what I want the bulb. And besides, we walk into the store, my wife said, oh I need a new mouse. So we walked over and bought something that we wouldn't have bought. If I didn't know that ship to store is a great idea in theory, but retailers, still aren't getting it right. No matter how many employees they have working at the time.

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Ship To Store (MM #3793)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Ship To Store (MM #3793)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I've talked about my frustration with retail stores, especially big box stores numerous times throughout the years. The Mason minute. I'll be going back at least a month or two. I was talking about. The problem with retail, I realized covid-19 has changed a lot of things but the one thing I'm seeing more and more, is this ship to store mentality? Yeah, they're no longer wanting you to come to the store to buy something. They want you to buy it online and then go to the store to pick it up. Now, if they don't have it in stock, it may take a few days to get there, but sometimes when I need something like the day, I broke my headphones over the weekend. I needed a new pair immediately. So I had to find what I was looking for. In town found them at Best Buy. The only problem took me fifteen, twenty minutes to be able to find them on the website. Then I had to go to the store and find out why had to find somebody to help me out. I want to look at it first before I decide what I want the bulb. And besides, we walk into the store, my wife said, oh I need a new mouse. So we walked over and bought something that we wouldn't have bought. If I didn't know that ship to store is a great idea in theory, but retailers, still aren't getting it right. No matter how many employees they have working at the time.

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Canceled Flights (MM #3792)

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01:00 min | Last month

Canceled Flights (MM #3792)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I know that people are really wanting to get back to normal, but do you get the sense sometimes? The man above says, it's not quite time yet. All this past week, I've been seeing where a lot of airlines have been canceling. Flights specifically Spirit Airlines canceling. 50% of their flights like four or five days in a row. And people are just frustrated, they're stuck in airports, their wage trying to find alternate Transportation. They're stuck trying to get back from vacation or going somewhere and losing out. This to me is a big red flag and says, you know what, maybe you should rethink these things. Maybe I should hold back for. Now again, I understand how often disrupted our lives have been over the course of the last almost two years, but in the scope of things, really, not that big at. I'm sure I'd love to get back to normal. I know you'd love to get back to normal, we all want to, but for many reasons we're not there, yet wage, but sometimes this is just a message from above, probably not want to be flying right now. It's not the time yet but something's telling me hold off just a little bit longer. And every time I see these Airlines canceling, flights tells me to stay away from the airport just a little bit longer dead.

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Canceled Flights (MM #3792)

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01:00 min | Last month

Canceled Flights (MM #3792)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I know that people are really wanting to get back to normal, but do you get the sense sometimes? The man above says, it's not quite time yet. All this past week, I've been seeing where a lot of airlines have been canceling. Flights specifically Spirit Airlines canceling. 50% of their flights like four or five days in a row. And people are just frustrated, they're stuck in airports, their wage trying to find alternate Transportation. They're stuck trying to get back from vacation or going somewhere and losing out. This to me is a big red flag and says, you know what, maybe you should rethink these things. Maybe I should hold back for. Now again, I understand how often disrupted our lives have been over the course of the last almost two years, but in the scope of things, really, not that big at. I'm sure I'd love to get back to normal. I know you'd love to get back to normal, we all want to, but for many reasons we're not there, yet wage, but sometimes this is just a message from above, probably not want to be flying right now. It's not the time yet but something's telling me hold off just a little bit longer. And every time I see these Airlines canceling, flights tells me to stay away from the airport just a little bit longer dead.

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Curly Fries (MM #3791)

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01:00 min | Last month

Curly Fries (MM #3791)

"The Mason with Kevin Nation. I know I mentioned my distress by the fact that Arby's was taking away potato cakes earlier this year but somebody was poem about curly fries. The other day, which is the French fry of choice for the most part at Arby's. And I want to know who actually likes curly fries and why it has nothing to do with Arby's it's just curly fries in general. I don't understand why people enjoy them because to me they're the worst french fry of all my wife prefers the crinkle-cut fries. If I had to choose my favorite would almost be the shoestring fry, the real thin ones, much like McDonald's used to be. They've been a little bit took over the years, the center of the fry, the better for me, but the curly fry, it's not crisp, it's not very tasty and well it's just blah. I don't mind crinkle fries. But the curly fry, whether it's Arby's or not, just kind of offensive to me but yet they're the ones that are B cells, a ton of and I'm just wondering why that is. I'm missing the boat here, I'm missing something and I just kind of wonder about these things sometimes. Yes, I think about strange things at night but the curly fry, I think we'd be better off without him.

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Curly Fries (MM #3791)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Curly Fries (MM #3791)

"The Mason with Kevin Nation. I know I mentioned my distress by the fact that Arby's was taking away potato cakes earlier this year but somebody was poem about curly fries. The other day, which is the French fry of choice for the most part at Arby's. And I want to know who actually likes curly fries and why it has nothing to do with Arby's it's just curly fries in general. I don't understand why people enjoy them because to me they're the worst french fry of all my wife prefers the crinkle-cut fries. If I had to choose my favorite would almost be the shoestring fry, the real thin ones, much like McDonald's used to be. They've been a little bit took over the years, the center of the fry, the better for me, but the curly fry, it's not crisp, it's not very tasty and well it's just blah. I don't mind crinkle fries. But the curly fry, whether it's Arby's or not, just kind of offensive to me but yet they're the ones that are B cells, a ton of and I'm just wondering why that is. I'm missing the boat here, I'm missing something and I just kind of wonder about these things sometimes. Yes, I think about strange things at night but the curly fry, I think we'd be better off without him.

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"kevin nation" Discussed on The Coaches Corner

The Coaches Corner

03:53 min | 10 months ago

"kevin nation" Discussed on The Coaches Corner

"Fantastic business. Model once dialed in and optimized yeah particularly high coaching. Excuse me we had until recently we stopped doing. Stop doing it for other reasons. We had A coaching program was eighty thousand dollars a year to get into it and it was obviously very very lucrative. And you know when you can fill when you can put a couple of hundred people into an eighty or one hundred thousand dollars a year. Coaching program and your total time to deliver on. That is four to ten hours. a week. you've kind of mastered that's yeah game and you can either choose to do that for pleasure going forward. Are you can start multiple businesses like that so that your business is not being a coach or a consultant. Your business is actually having multiple coaching and consulting businesses but who can master the two things to master in a coaching business. How to get a consistent stream of clients and how not sell your soul to them outta how the how to give give the value that was promised plus some while maintaining your sanity your lifestyle and are passionate enthusiasm for us and i think that if a lot of people end up you know in a place where they're actually selling their soul for money And over delivering and yester- making good money but they're working around the clock I had the good fortune Of learning vast about coaching From a genius guy in his kevin nations And kevin nations taught me a lot about how to do high ticket coaching Without you know without selling my soul and and and still having an amazing life. And i think that a high ticket coaching model. You could make an awful lot of money very quickly and if you could just get the client of ours. You invest writes in your really. The world is royster. You can have a significant multi million dollar business you know you. Can you have plenty of money to invest in in passive income assets It's a wonderful game. And i love that space space. We do it for even a lot for anyone listening. I don't know four five years ago. I had a mentor. Who was like increase. Your price charging hourly. Because i was an idiot. I was charging bucks an hour. This isn't fitness. And at one point. I got so good at client acquisition. That i was trying to sell leads to other trainers in the city. It was in person because no one could get fitness. Trainers are broke. I wasn't. I had full. But i was coming into the gym. At five thirty. I one turned the lights on and ten. Eleven o'clock leaving the gym. Turn the lights off all day long. Client back to back to back. I made this session's fifty five minutes. So i could just have five minutes before between clients to breathe but oftentimes it come in early. I wanted to over deliver. And i would just talk with them. I wouldn't eat all day six months. I stacked a ton of cash. Luckily but i burnt out. I had to basically stop that business. Because i could not get out of bed..

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"kevin nation" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

Noble Warrior with CK Lin

09:48 min | 1 year ago

"kevin nation" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

"To create comes into play and after you finish input-output down all of those now is where you might the. Yang or the surrender of the feminine out to come in where you're going to be like look. I declare these intentions. I know I'm a creator and I can make this happen and I know that I don't know everything and actually maybe some of the things I created did come from the mind and if it did come from the mind only take you so far and so now practices to surrender into being very aware on day to day basis. If what signs are showing up that will guide you towards manifesting inviting what it is that you dreamt up in one year journal that you create yourself so quick question interjection there because I would say. It's very challenging to discern the difference between division created by the mind versus from heart. Right Milton Excel. Why may say it's almost indistinguishable or not on curious from your point of view. Howdy Diane Taty. Discern one is more ego driven mind driven cerebral driven logical driven. One is more of a holistic alignment driven. You know what I mean. You have one practicing. Maybe one question to help distinguish that one practice is pull up your most favorite childhood song and and play that in your ears and close your eyes and win that song finishes ask yourself what is your feeling and use that as a benchmark to know that that comes from a pure place of love in heart. Because when you're young you you were very innocent. All of us were innocent Not Not so much programmed with so many things that are lying is convincing US right now. So that's one practice of your favorite childhood song or even a song just like makes your heart's like melts away and in a news that fuelling as a benchmark after the song finishes to to to compare when you write something down is that is that resonating in that similar vibration feeling in that heart moisture in that. You can ask distinguish you write. Something down is to ask. Does this what? I just wrote down derive from any programming than might have told me when I was young with a parent or a teacher or mentor. And so do I still believe in it. And if so then I'd say acting in alliance with your heart and if not then that's it gets a little bit like okay. Maybe you can dive in deeper to be like. It is attached to some old programming or your ego. Then you get to make that choice and you can adjust from that and then maybe just tweaked it a little bit that then resonates with that feeling that you had with your heart after. Listen to that childhood saw for example. Thank you for sharing that. So three three columns one is the different categories ninety days right so from your point of view so for me. I have five categories. Very busy for me so five s ashes learners from Kevin Nation. He said finance fitness. What else family slash relationship right? Fon and face uniform as these covers major of my life right. That's awful beautiful template us. Yeah there are different again depends on your core beliefs. Some people believes using the triune bring as a model physical emotional and then mental. So that's that's their model three categories for you. What are some of the major categories that you think about? Yeah pull it up actually have it here. It was health which is physical and mental self image intimate partner in relationship family both present and future hobbies and activities which is cove into my friends or my community my spirituality finances my work and my living environment beautiful. Thank you for sharing that. Yeah living environment. That's another thing that's huge that most of don't think about and so now you can listen. You can list. All those categories down in right journal entry and I just wanted to say what they love for Lavar. Well the one thing I is beautiful. Is that like you said in the beginning. This moment or going through is very similar. Those who have gone through a ceremony is a ceremony right. And you know my work. We go through these sacred ceremonies in. We give this exercise them. Because it's kind of like a rebirth of of of some crazy unexplainable ineffable experience that sort of like rewires. Your brain in just challenges. Everything that you've you've come to know and this is exactly what's happening right now. We're we're we're having so much time to dive in inwards. If you give yourself a opportunity to you have the opportunity to like a model it's getting thrown upside down right now and so. This is the perfect opportunity as soon as you can really see that. Put it together to write that one year journal entry and then translate that into that spreadsheet afterwards. I would say he. Here's Ashley Something. That's comparable a parallel. Perhaps it's very difficult to have a clear vision compelling vision during ceremony the middle of Experience Hair. Sto So so to help people who are going through this. You know very intense experience whether it's professionally financed a financially relationship because we. Aku them the house where you're dealing. You're you're staring your partner. Reds a lot of friction happening so so very challenging time. So how'd you help them deal with adversity in in come up with a vision as compelling that's very While his heart center alliance so if we take a similar analogy in in ceremony in this is we're still going through a ceremony. Right now you know you you take it back to the practice of a traditional sacred money which is going with an intention and you receive or you open your heart to receive you you practice meditation to quite mind or be able to stay present to then receive answers in science from all around us whether it's from people that we talk with our staying in quarantine with or sitting out in nature with grass and putting our hands on the ground and just asking so. I'd say right. Now's perfect time Asking questions Seed answers just open to the possibility to receive answers from outside our lines and then take down those notes and just log them down and when you feel like you are coming out of a place where maybe it's the end of the Corentin. Maybe it's next week where you feel like you're much better spot where able to come out the other side or see the light that might be the time to review your thoughts and your notes and what you received in the end. The answers that you received from some external source to them be able to piece together this journal After Okay so let me recap Bitten so render receive dough. Make whatever thoughts or emotions. Come up wrong just just just feels admit it does receive and take notes right and once you're at a more center spot more ground. That spot. Ben You can revisit the vision in really help concretize like hey how do I feel about this vision? That have yes correcting again at the at that point just remember. You have the choice to believe anything you want on. There's a powerful quotas like what you believe you become so at that moment you had that choice of believing option which is what you saw insulting receive or option. B. Which is more of a grounded perspective. And maybe you're not ready to invite that kind of perspective into your life right now but you have the opportunity to Choice to to believe what you want to make. That's be conscious that you can make that in run with it beautiful again. I WanNa make this very actionable so I wanted to hone in on this even more so say now has a vision than what in. There's many different opportunities the mechanisms to help me bridge that vision between now and the future right. So do you have any suggestions on ways to brainstorm on the opportunities in find a one that's suitable for have site? I like an to my own my own journey. So far where I've received this like Annette ineffable unexplainable vision that I would never experienced Or a expected and it was this vision of like after my tech career. I would go take everything I've learned and go creates a campus for alternative healing where you bring up. Peter's turned moralities and bring people who tried you know traditional medicine to come here and do that and this is before you're one hundred or correct correct. It's just before four so you exited actually six months before I sold my company. Oh interesting okay your your mind sort guiding you towards that ewing. I'd say I'd say like some some spirits. Some greater source guidance towards down and and so okay so when I say that because when I think about that or a member I've taught myself back into that moment unlike on tech person right like I'm a startup founder. Startup JUNKIE LIKE. I'll go create more web. Apps or technology startups. That's.

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"kevin nation" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

11:55 min | 2 years ago

"kevin nation" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Let's get started here everybody percents Bryan I'm surprised you didn't figure out the finish before WB gave the option on twitter empty can't have the fiend when his second inch Kenneth Cleaner he looks weak screw themselves here hey listen I talked about that Paul I tweeted that poll you know what I hear from every on Twitter Bryan why are you taking some students social media poll seriously they're not do a d q have I got one apology for that one today nope not one can we take a break from talking about the horrible booking talking about how awful all of those stomps looked dude you don't happen you don't happen when I did that that tag match and Nick Age no soul all my super kicks like pretty much retired I've no bookings I've no plan bookings I'm done for now I may never russell again this is like the crusher and Baron von Raschke against the road warriors yeah all of your spirit. What's this Seth Geek have well his it's curbed trump doesn't work anymore is super kick doesn't work anymore his pedigree doesn't work anymore like as I mentioned earlier how many times have I had to hear from you these wwe crazies about how new Japan sucks all they do is kick outta moves all they do is moves and kick outs and moves and kick out there has never in the history the professional wrestling on this planet never new Japan never w probably never in Mexico I guess maybe in AAA but I don't think I've ever in my life seen the finish kicked out of eleven times in one match never I mean maybe you're going to get like three rainmakers before somebody gets pinned but eleven curb stomps meant nothing in this match so now I'm supposed to believe the next time seth curbstone somebody now everybody that gets pinned by curb stop is a Geek especially one curb stop no ASCA got pinned or or sprayed nicky cross with missed in pinned her right in front of the referee. eh and aren't people the WWe fanatics really bagging on aws because we saw a bunch of referee nonsense take place that that didn't make any sense at all and not only did we have Oscar do that in in plain sight get the pin because I guess in some ways you know in wrestling folklore we've had referee he's be blind to that type of missed plenty of times it's kind of like the brass knuckles or the quarters laying all over the ring when you hit somebody with those but what is it with the main event where you had the referee out there as like Oprah as telling Seth rollins no you know what buddy that's not you that's that's that's not you this man has had you crying in the corner several times and you're about to kill him and finish him off but you know that's that's just that you that's not Yussef was psychiatrists now are you lucy and Charlie Brown five cents irregardless this person ear says can you imagine the people that happened to say to themselves hey I'll watch smack on on Fox that wasn't a bad show I think the by Helen is still on pay per view or sign up for the w network and they got this show what are they doing great way to drive people away from your product I'm sure the you think about that for one second I it says at this point should I even bother holding out hope that none of this disaster this current booking will matter next week because of the draft if you think anything's going to change in the draft listen everyone it's history is anybody learn from history if you listen to this program you should be learning from history and history so you talk about like deep history going back to the Monday night wars I'm talking about earlier this year earlier this year they did a draft shortly after Wrestlemania yeah and they had half the Ron Shell Athar on the other show and you know what happened the ratings tanked and who weren't even head to head with football they were in the summertime there was very little competition outside of the NBA playoffs so with very little competition there ratings tank convinced that could be spreads back together again there's wildcard we'll start with four than they go on? TV nails is five then a week later she was like a random number of people like if your team you can as one in about three weeks later just everybody was going to every show just going back and forth back and forth now is bright idea and I mean like I said there is no planning there is no forethought there is no hey you know what let what happened last time I better think about this no it's just let's make a crazy decision crazy to see Asian and then we'll figure it out later was crazy decision is head to head with Monday night football and with smackdown going to Fox were we need strong numbers Split these rousers again hit it did streets digested wonders this summer I'm sure they'll do better this time I you know what if we keep doing this convince thinks maybe it'll be better this time you know what that is I don't even need to tell you feel like you're watching nitro they're going to be Oh and you know what that means that was Kevin Nations' two thousand catchphrase which is so apropos today person says whatever you WanNa say about wwe ed the common decency to stop existing WBZ's making it their life's mission run fans and ruined our love for pro wrestling WBZ is not have to ruin your love for sling there's great pro wrestling all over the world I love that AAA show that nobody bought a couple of weeks ago apparently me and like twenty two other people that show hey I liked it you you can watch you watch a w on Wednesday to watch T. on Wednesdays go watch new Japan all Japan no was started you can watch whatever you want you don't have to watch the main roster defy a w beyond where do you WanNa go I mean there's a zillion places there's zillions streaming services there's a zillion options don't let them kill your lover caressing because they're not really even doing wrestling they're doing their version of sports entertainment whatever that is and at least Vince will be spread too thin next week when it comes to the drafts because not only are the drafts going to be taking place on raw on smackdown in an xt of course but also the XFL draft will be taking place October fifteenth and Sixteenth Tuesday and Wednesday of next week with a bunch of former NFL names and college names that you may know but Yep Yep so remember on top of all of this stuff people the XFL is going to be coming as well to which will obviously make vince much more lucid in and concentrate much more on the wrestling product surely I near a couple of things he says I was thinking about going to Tlc but now me wants to prove they can treat their fans like crap expected to still pay I'm not going I hope they're happy they lost my ticket well there's a there's a level of arrogance around here so no they don't care that they lost your ticket because they're just gonNA figure that a bunch of other marks quite frankly because that's what they think you are going to buy tickets for TLC which in fact is going happen I says I'm a really big seth rollins fan of an autograph of him however I believe he should have lost this finish made literally nobody happy brave will probably be fine but will not recover for a very long time I'd be shocked if he's not booed out of the building night guess what he was booed out of the building last night he was booed when he his promo earlier show the fans booed like crazy when he was hitting his finishers why because they didn't want to win so yeah he's going to be booed out of the building here tonight There's two options for Seth Rollins who is supposed to be the top baby face but he is the top D.C on both of these brands he needs to turn heel right needs to go away these are the only two options and by the way judging from history everybody because that's what I try to do on this show they're going to do neither they're just going to continue to push him as a top baby face they're going to continue to fight you they're going to push this narrative that he's the top baby face your mark yes you guys need to deal with it this is the guy we chose that's what's going to happen I'd be overjoyed if they prove me wrong and if that occur whatever drove past Mike's House a little faster that's it's the it's the lawnmower there that's don't worry though Brian don't worry about being a geek because how does it work I'm not sure I'm not a good poker player due to beat the Geek how does that work because we still have that forward to tonight on Paul Heyman McMahon's are all so we've got that we've had them killing seth rollins and he's helped that on social media over time we have opie Kingston where you know the Kofi Kingston thing is really something to because you know WWe this is not a shock that they decided to go ahead and turn the page in the way that they did but what they forgot about in killing coke case in the way that they did was Kofi Kingston was symbolic and how they reflect on him and to kill it in the way that they did was just really shortsighted and another way that they continue to erode a portion of their fan base. they've ignored a lot and you know that's on top of everything else this weekend that one's probably going to be a little bit lost in the shuffle and I think is going to be faded a little bit from the mainstream but doing things like that long-term do damage and sooner or later people stop coming back especially when they actually up having options so that's going to be something that I think a lot of people are going to end up looking at in pointing to down the line when they look Kofi Kingston's title rain how it ended and the lack of grace of it all says between last night's main event in Crown Jewel I've cancelled my wwe network subscription they got Saudi blood money they don't need mine for a while then he adds I just noticed W we network no longer offers you a survey asking why you're canceling about that this person here says used and beaten with a sledgehammer because this is wrestling logic if you put something on a guy he's head and then hit him that hurts worse redoing headshots again well they were fake the gimmick when he did the chair shot to the head he didn't actually hit brays at the Mat and they shot at an angle reconsider that no no they're not doing head shots but they want you to believe they're doing a headshot with this brave white character is character back in a moment observer live at twenty eight I'd struggled with opiate and Meth addiction for twelve years I did and said things that the sober me never would have done realized I was not invincible was not exempt and that's when a friend told me about Lee Rehab placeman they gave me the tools I needed.

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"kevin nation" Discussed on RUN GPG Podcast

RUN GPG Podcast

15:35 min | 2 years ago

"kevin nation" Discussed on RUN GPG Podcast

"Going to the bank. I'm gonna give seaney. You can get twenty or thirty thousand dollar loan against that cbi. They'll do it all day every day. I've got good credit right. They'll do it all day. I'm gonna take thirty thousand dollars but i'm gonna make every person in three zip codes know who i am and they're gonna know my car. They're gonna know my shirt. My kid's name and i'm going to advertise for them and it maybe five thousand people. It may be fifty thousand people you can live in l._a. Oklahoma don't matter right what and then. I'm gonna make sure that every time i shop i'm in that zip code every time my eat lunch every time i eat dinner in that zip code every time i go shopping in that zip code every time on anything you constantly see me in that zip code so the everyone archives. Give me give me example. I work in a building in dallas. That's three stories tall youtube search goodwill's their hilton's world headquarters huge building. There's probably a hundred thousand people that work in this building in it's one hundred ten percent capacity building onto it right every person in that whole building those who i am you know why because when we moved in there we spent tim graham dropped the pin and advertise to everybody within a mile of that business for an entire but i can't walk down the corridor my own damn office without people from all walks allied gordon hayward guy dude. It's it's nuts. You should want to do that as an agent again. People have to know you but here's what happens to most agents. They'll i'm going. They'll spend a hundred bucks on facebook. Ads on facebook stole on saturday. You make ten thousand dollars commission and you you want to spend a hundred bucks to make ten grand stingy. Come on like no monitoring you not successful in business you intimate you wanna turn-up ten grand. Are you rumpelstiltskin. That's not how this works right. You end the real money in invest in your visit so almost thirty grand for two reasons number one. Nobody else is spending money in the marketplace like i am because i know agents number two. I'm going to be everywhere all day every the place that people that could buy from me in a month or two everybody in that zip codes gonna know who i am in the first thing they think of when they need to sell a house or friend mentioned seven a house. You're gonna go. This speech can everywhere. Everybody knows him. <hes> i love that. Hey we're going to circle back on something we can edit this after but can you just expand band on the phone sites yeah absolutely absolutely so <hes> i run live seminars and in the live seminar here's what we do. It's not ryan preaching from the stage. We learned in stock. We do what we learned some stuff. We do it and i'm doing. I've done thirty over the last five years rights meeting very very successful one hundred percent success rate and all this the biggest problem though is when it comes to tech yet to set up a sales funnel so you can collect the data like i was talking about well. I've seen the older people people ironically both real estate agents like break their computers over like get out of just you know what i'm saying break their computer and frustrated with leap pages click tunnels which phase wordpress hell over the years. I've tried them all and my goal was to invent something that can give them my kid for my grandma and even make the of sales on a matter of minutes right. I wanted to create like well. We got an eye exam. It had one button on it and we were like you just pushed it awesome. We knew how to work. The damn thing nobody trails seat jobs that call us apple support didn't commissioner wants to right and so i created phone sites based on that same model right i i always say keeping it simple sales and in so the idea for this was the keep it simple too so i built the system to where you can build a website that collects data spike like for example. Let me give you a good example. Real estate agents say you're about to do listening appointment you pull up to the house you take a picture of the house. You put the picture on a website with offering offering address and when you go in and do your listen presentation new like in a soon as you sign the contract. I'm gonna post this cone site. Start collecting people who wanna come to the open house this weekend power move right and you're building a list you do that five minutes before you walk in the appointment because of my software made it for tec- challenge people that the whole point i knew that you know the younger generation they love it because it's like super of an easy for but even the older generation. We have a guy seven years old and he's like man. I've been trying to build a phone mm for five years. I built one with your system twenty minutes which is like ten times the average length but at least you got it. Done you know thing with us is is we're sas s._a._s. The way that i see is that we're service and software case little different and so like when you buy our stuff arching calls you it helps you build your first funnel right there since you. He competed on the phone. They just have you put your phone. Walk you through the process brian. Do we really want our team. We're trying. I'm trying my damndest to liberate the sales community from what's about to happen. I'm trying to beat the savior the whole thing like yesterday alone i deliver four hundred fifty one leads to people through phone sites right last month and then we delivered. I think it was up forty thousand or some crazy number. I think it's forty thousand leads to our clients right like so every day. We're we're just crushing it right now. I think total when not check this morning we have delivered in sixteen months on hundred and fifty six thousand leads to our people think about all the sales people put food on their table because this also technology in a year you now the okay few things we'll call it. The wrap up the the. We've got some really good gems today man like this. This is really good staff toffler just in that little short window their soul much that we can extract and expand on you some of the best one liners i've ever read <hes> on instagram on facebook and i just want your response to a couple of these that read i you know there's a whole bunch but these stuck with me. I almost wanted to put them on the wall behind me because they were so good but one was. I've never met a hater doing better than me shulman. I'm never hated anyone. That was doing worse than i am. You know let's not think about it. You don't get mad at the dude who don't know your jimmy. Just don't know you know what i mean but i never met i still to this day. I've had plenty in the industry and people needed me pretty hard for a few years and on somebody else's on the podcast earlier today and somebody asked me they said <hes> you know i'm. I'm you handle your haters and i had to think about a minute 'cause i ain't having haters get eighteen months. I hadn't zero people that i know of that's taught me called me on anything that leads the last eighteen months. I don't know i think i can point eight on me. It says more about you me because i'm over here saying you know what i mean so i really don't make sense to get mad at me because i'm <hes> you know i read that line. I read that line and i just want <hes>. It's calm. It's the most no brainer thing it was just it. It was so clear it was like i'd never met a hater doing better than me and so true and it was like i'm writing down. I'm writing that one down you need to g._m. But anyways here's another one sales. People all are social outcasts who out earn ninety percent of the public eye went. Hell ya like that's another one. That was so good right. You know what man i hadn't been terms in prison. I've spent about three and a half years of my life in prison. Then every time i got out my parents weren't they're. My friends weren't there. The drug dealers hung out with weren't there but i'll be couldn't find sales job. You know sales is the one thing that it saves so many. It's not just me say oh. You got a genie coon. You don't get rich and sales. Oh you're adopted cool and you can still get rich and sales. Oh you're black you still get rich. Oh you're immigration casteel get rich. Oh you might you gain straight tall <music> sort ugly fat. You can still get rich right. It's the only business that doesn't discriminate whether you have a degree or whether you're a certain race religion gender fricken consensuality. Don't share if you can move your lips and move your fingertips at merck. Yes you can make more money than you can count baby. That's what the great thing about. Sales is the need specially with regular. If it's capable sign laurie thomas go back in time and talk to your eighteen or twenty year old south but would you tell yourself breath. Here's what i would say. I almost cry when people ask because they're like damn dude. You've been through a lot of pain you know. Would you go back and leave you the old man. I think this happened <hes> one night. I was really in a bad spot man and i think <noise> showed up for myself. You know <hes> and i don't wanna like get into all these kids will be on weird already weird anyway but you know i think this already happened but in the event that it didn't let's just say that i would just go back and put my arm around nineteen year old ryan sitting in jail go. Hey man these next ten years. It'll be hard but the ten after that jacob jacob believe how good they're going to be just stay hard running and just do your thing everything. That seems like it's working against you. These winds up on your sign on the future and i wouldn't go back and intervening or don't do this. Don't do that or stay away from this moment at this time handwriting caving keep your head down. It's going to be hard but it's gonna be real good after actress hard but you know what dude i'm proud because i got all my heart when i'm twenty and i'm durable you know what i mean like some people they hit hard times in their forties and fifties name in shape for them hard times. I went through hard times way early on in the game and so you know i would rather go through them early. They'd have like now. I'm rich and comfortable tonight trying to see no hard hard times. You know what i mean. That's a game changer at this point right and back then i do you know i didn't know any better so i really actually appreciate struggle because without it i wouldn't be here. You guys would give anyway no honestly i think you and i are kind of similar that way you know you you're constantly hardening your body as you go through this stuff and it's not just just about survival issues of longevity like you have to go through the difficult stuff to come out the other end like he did. You just have to go through that stuff. You never you would not be where you are right now. Without the difficulties you went through nobody ever call somebody bad ass. Who's never gotten a five. Who's never don't never taken a risk. The definition of a bad ass awesome buckets willing to do it. Most people are scared of right and so like nobody's ever called somebody. A bad ass played it saves. I call dude. You didn't fight that guy who'll get bad bad dude. You ran from that confrontation. What a bad ass got a job as a w. Two employees eas- easy easy. What about us move man. That's awesome okay. Here's another question. Just you know. It may sound like a cliche question. I love the the answers to these is who had the biggest influence on your success now at this point in my life. I'm i'm working a lot of people so i really can't just give one person but there's a whole list of them. You know i've worked with frank kern and kevin nations and they're j why david coggins organs and ed my latin andy for sela and <hes> you know john chep lak and judas so many people helped me out man. I've never been afraid to pay for help. Aw that's if i if i seen you doing better than me in some area that i can get some information and become as good as you in that area by. I don't care you know and warren buffet told jay z. One-time an interview at twenty twenty <hes> the interviewers and what's the thing that you would tell jay z to invest in <hes> there was the best investment he can make more involvement for best. You can make in your own because they can't touch it. They can't take it away. In the more you improve it. The more yourself becomes valuable and i am invested.

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"kevin nation" Discussed on Beyond 8 Figures

Beyond 8 Figures

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"kevin nation" Discussed on Beyond 8 Figures

"It was very black and white very pandas so animals right okay so so there's a million people out there right now. Listening this is me projecting into the future here so there's a million people right now listening and they all have vision boards right. They have these these big beautiful vision board. They've got the house the castle they've got the car that they want. They got the spouse or whatever they want. You got all those things is on board. They get that download. They put it on the board. The only difference is you've got. This downloaded the stop sign. They got this download. They put it on a board you to fruition. They don't why great question at practice every single day. I actually do a lot of most of my the job is doing my own personal growth work so i grew. I'm not like a practising catholic but i grew up in the catholic church so i have all the lake i call on poems that have all the pollens memorized. I think they're called prayers. <hes> and my favorite prayer is saint francis of assisi. Make me an instrument of peace and every every single morning i meditate. I have since nineteen ninety four when i found marianne williamson's returned to love <hes> i say that prayer i meditate i journal every day and i did the vision board. I got home from that. Stop sign and i still have that exact vision board and i and every single thing on it has come true <hes> but i think it's a matter of doing the work like at that point then i did file the l._l._c. and launched launched business and make the sales calls and i hired a coach for sixty thousand dollars <hes> my first coach was a guy named kevin nations and he's. He's an amazing amazing man who helped create this business. I would not be here without him but dude charge me sixty thousand dollars a year that i did not have. I had a credit arctic card with a twenty two thousand dollar balance that was in my freezer for emergencies. I read an article in cosmo once that said always keep a credit card in the freezer reserve for emergencies and pulled it out to make the first payment to pay him and i was like if this doesn't work <hes> this i will file for bankruptcy. They can't get blood from turn up in this is that i got twenty. Two grand signed up or sixty thousand dollar program than i did every single thing. He told me tale yeah. There's no way i'd be at twenty million with that so let's save sixty k. for a lot of people. What did he tell you to do seriously because you know you hear from a lot of people who hire a lot of coaches and and then like nothing happens and i'm always curious like when somebody gets those results were they have to make a payment. You know they're gonna file for bankruptcy like you went out on a limb like i got nothing to lose here. You know worst cases. I never be k. You know and call it a day. What specifically did he tell you to do. K ready step number one sell something every day. No launches no shenanigans build a real business every single day.

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"kevin nation" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

09:00 min | 2 years ago

"kevin nation" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"And I mentioned before and then when I got not only suspended but kicked off the team that they would not kick Terry two of him if there was no video right because even if they have a Lexus button and it would have been as bad as the Cleveland thing was because that was videos video of it yeah and I said and I and I was the two that I thought they wouldn't spend more or not just when the but I can with the team because somebody would pick him up yeah I mean Kareem hunts with the brown well take up I think you really get a kick to guys of your team and then someone else to pick them up the good I get to play again why why the chief's get robbed of a of a great players if they can still play Italy and someone would pick him up and say well you know clean slate I mean well it's because it's always happened regarding not to play again I hope there are you know what I hope there's more people like Christian I hope that you just need that people stick to that and and actually hurt the NFL's bottom like that's the only thing that's going on there way from the season opener so what do you do but I'll probably still water but Sapp's but I it's kind of our job right I mean something to come in here until one day when the patriots have a mission to ever contract that pays are like jelly any year we don't have an agent that can say Michelle Beadle says don't wanna talk football and more she's gonna go back about my going kitchen it's a printed should know what what's is we have trouble football this puts the fall yeah baseball baseball and then they hear me and at the end of September that goes into it you get did you get box gentle wanna talk basketball hockey better not so so all right this is in football it's basically all year round whatever but the game is only also the other thing about the chiefs no I I'm not talking but any football whatsoever I'm not watching it I'm gonna love you to that Christian Jedi well this yeah unfortunately yes to one like you said it's it's our job and and to I just don't think I can help myself yes it is our job it absolutely and what isn't no we don't have to watch football and you could still be a sports broadcaster and it is a Michelle Beadle who were not doing just a basketball or baseball show Christian just would like you to do that I don't enjoy baseball hockey basketball and leave out once more tickets that we don't lose for the country but we are in this region I don't want we don't talk about soccer that's and just in this region right because sports talk should be regional more than what's what's what would you say our job is Christian to try to get as as good of an RT biz big of an audience as we can here I think you have to have morals at some point to and be like screw the schools are you going to school who legacy Karen Kevin nation cover that I know everyone should have the right to do whatever they want I'm just saying I have to I am choosing the I will die before I'm done I'm gonna sit out we talk for now I'll I'll be there I'll didn't talk about football if you haven't watched it will help that's final toggle sports all the time and they don't want to spoil that used to happen AT on that happens at all every time every show every place but no I I will not watch or tribal football among your out no I'm for you the NFL just the NFL is a motions organization it is they are offering them up okay but here's the thing I'm the guy that would go to Woody Allen films knowing that Morty Alan isn't the greatest guy I seen Roman Polanski films he's made phenomenal films he was not really that good of a guy I still enjoyed Michael Jackson music we know about that I have no idea how to use the Michael Jackson music but continue to close again I do not know the music from the person I just I don't use it has a catchy melody and I know I will not was the Michael Jackson Michael Jackson anything the Vinci on Michelangelo did because they were we had guys back in real life and you're my morals higher I guess I guess so so you're gonna go out okay Pat Boone I mean you gonna like old around today but the most awesome person you can think of I know it's an old reference should be parents with known jet you give you that but now Pat Boone was like you know just it's very wholesome just that no I only hold on I'm not others let's listen to the Jonas no I wouldn't have to okay I don't eat that did not pop of Bruce Springsteen if you were a story that he did I would doubt that was about it so yeah easy they are just like Tom Selleck well we're done so what would happen is Shattuck no he says that he will not listening too young to have Michael Jackson or any of that crap No Way or a like woods name is a fan of what he met with that with football I think that definitely part of the problem I I freely admit that but I I am still gonna watch and I'm still in enjoy watching patriots games I'm not gonna enjoy the fact that Terry kills in the field that I think about this not against kill route that someone like some up I know right well everything remains journal you could you could do that too but I want you know who I want to buy a drink to today's again through the beer and Terry kills yes this number this is not a tried to to part of type kills issue but it's a bigger broader issue with the NFL having an issue with the way they deal with the struggling with people show up in Kansas city in training camp exhibition games whatever in protest this what will you will they will any women's groups or or yes the human beings show up in protest at yes I know but you don't want to say well wait a second well any sponsors say you know what we we can't sponsors Roddick anymore not too much money money is more important to them than their their morals and and in addition to that yes there will be groups protesting at probably every chiefs game and especially during the preseason but I can tell you this they're probably more people were Terry killed your course yeah I think the support of the gonna say Hey you know there was no evidence the put the day after Adrian Peterson god it was accused of the the beating his son with a switch however there is like a woman who was wearing a GPS injures is like yeah I love it here somewhere and it's in our name sure that's insane that's freedom bonkers yeah and that's for that one takes that weren't trying to defend myself that I've seen Roman Polanski films and Woody Allen films in our on that one listen to Michael Jackson I have no idea that maybe what maybe you haven't seen the HBO special then tell me if you listen Michael Jackson yes however officially suspend their internet they ever levy honestly I don't know he's and he was still rostrum as one never found guilty because the trial on change yeah you're right it in he wasn't found guilty he hung himself but yes if you kill those off your way to get out I guess just and yeah yeah I know Howard the end the NFL until I until they prove to me that they know what they're doing the fixings is fixing are not going to do that call them all forever I'm all for as many as the ratings are like this year because the right the ratings down in twenty seventeen went back up in twenty eighteen and a lot of that had to do with the president it really okay but I'm not naive to think that people come to watch I don't think I'm going to be like this when millions of people following me all the doors actually there today no really this is it I'm taking a stand I I I could say this to Christian in the NFL definitely they are by far the worst at this it's not like the other leagues our particular right no no one's perfect and everything but did they seem to be the worst by far but I I I agree I think they are but it is also possible that it's these are these are super magnified because one they have made mistakes in the past and too because it's by far the most popular sport I don't think it's a boy popular sports are I think domestic violence domestic violence okay how popular sport yeah I mean because saying like every case is is I like the NFL because of how popular it is I think the highlighted because there's these they're screwed up so many times that's another reason why I mean you you'd have to really research basketball players that you don't really hear much about this with basketball players shocked I think this has like you by the way with with steroids but there's just one in a W. and the actually it aggravates only got like hope solo did this as a soccer I just got suspended ten games yeah what is chock tomorrow some baseball player it whatever is brought up on these charges or did like a domestic violence no but I would buy more just in what the L. B. would do about it what if they did that what if they're the exact same thing in baseball happened then I have to be out of baseball to I've stopped so it's the same standard that right well then I I respect that I don't I don't necessarily believe me I'm just don't I'm not gonna watch sports anymore than he's like yeah I know you're gonna start wow long Chapman gets has been for can never occurs at a number of but I know it was but I I don't know the exact number games it was in eighty games it wasn't that long Steven Wright got needed AT game is it and they must of let anyone tell when probably won't pitch the rest thirty thirty games for Chapman Chapman a thirty game down right so yeah that's that's not a good look not a good look at all we don't really see this in basketball right sometimes I go in the stands and beat the crap out of someone yeah I think the palace in part it is I don't know how many of them are Mary well the mellow them it's a more mellow sport look football it's a it's a macho sport this steroids involved it's it's kind of like are you most likely to happen most likely to happen the hockey players you you won't hear much less also called the mind there's thirty teams there's fifty people Rossier hundred there's more plates that the P..

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"kevin nation" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

14:17 min | 2 years ago

"kevin nation" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"And welcome back. We have Pamela from Lumine photon for light pats and blue light pats reviewed e and regeneration. We have course big sale coming up the end of the week, which is our fourth of July sale. Also, the first of July sale whereas starts with over the weekend candidate on July first rate, sue, for at least week, probably actually more. And you saved Semper sent including on the looming photon machines and Oliver supplements. Nothing else on the hyperbaric chambers, or any of the other things. Some of them are stuff like our water systems are always ten percent off, but big sales, and this is a biggie now. Why Lumine photon import because your body communicates? Yourselves communicate with light infrared light. In fact, a little Tele marinated chromosomes infrared intent is I interesting. I think it's fascinating. Now, I'm chemist. I d inorganic chemistry and radio toxicology. My PNC project was studying marinas, Greg's of Sedaka policy ACA, right and doing into studies tracking what people don't understand. Is that the body communicates all living things by inferred life? So, in fact, if you look at the Russian dolls the outside of the big doll is an infrared light doll the talks jeans Intel's, which jeans, trait, structural proteins and enzymes. And the next all inside that is actually turning on messenger, Ernie to make structural proteins, and enzymes and what I call origami DNA, which is how take the piece of paper. If you're Japanese origami expert and can folded into a little tiger Dougie, or, or bird, if you really good at our gammy. Well, the body does that and it doesn't hierarchy. And what happened is we use aluminum. It does a couple of things react, the top releases nitric oxide delivers oxygen tissue. It raises a redux of the Celso charges them up. So the signal to noise ratio between your telomere and your eye on channel Stolpen up and turn on structural. Proteins, enzymes increased it raises energy in the cell was eighteen entity h it lowers inflammatory cited kinds infected on the study at a hospital at a medical system where they found it lowered c reactive protein by putting it over the kidneys. Ngo Tinton earning anti this relates hypertension. So it does lossing across the board now. Doctor knows year who's not only signs but he's also medical intuitive. Intuitively know certain frequencies were good for certain organ tissues. Because when the baby's developing on the what's called the note accord, and the end plate before it, actually organized, heart, after so many weeks a couple of weeks and the final, Gordon spinal nerves in the eyes and everything developed. So. Each tissue is we call on Taj. Italy is specific type like skin and nervous system, are actually of the same class of tissue your skin, and your spinal cord in your personal nerves central nerves in your brain your eyes, and ears are all basically one Gupta, tissue and interesting. The frequency is very close to the frequency for gold and gold, by the way, attached to the history, proteins, your Dina amplify frequency, and they interesting. It's called ancient ancient therapist, including my ancestor mush Moses, who was supposed to be the pharaoh us adopted by the Pharaoh's daughter. Was was in all the ancient doctors could make what's called Oruma, which is a gold fault. Now, the oceans are full of gold. You can extract at two hundred fifty dollars nounce gold out of the oceans, because without goal basically a lifeforms wouldn't exist increases the signal to the DNA frequency. Four is the frequency for all internal organs. You've owls liver kidneys. All your internal organs are based on frequency four and fifty five is all your glands. Your Parasad your Siro, your testes ovaries your hands. So it all works together. Interesting. Now, the new info time has Nico, which combination frequencies, and discovered. This combination was good. And I'm going over studies. We've talked about over a couple of years that it can reverse Nika, which is Kevin nations around your teeth can actually regenerate your gums, and your bone. So if you lost your teeth and got lots of bulb because he had infection there. This actually over time, actually reverse the need free to do a cadaver Grafton here in Utah. So you can have titanium pulse and putting artificial teeth. And also good for the Nikkei, African secrets sequence or the new one. Now, we're going to cycle through L fifties is very stimulatory to actually stimulate your production of new bone. So if you've got osteopathy a- and your decks, Avante scan says, you got a very weak l four vertebrae and right surgical mecca hip, because that balloon Pat over it, and along within yourself and bone generator myself. Michael D to fully McKay to college max. You're going to grow new bone really quick. So it can reverse Hoste process. You won't end up with a compression fracture of broken hip. Now what I'm working with. Deborah TEK is in and we're going to hopefully get back here back from them. I'm building device that we're gonna I'm gonna sell directly. It's not gonna go, so you guys, but it's, it's going to be basically frequency machine. And what they'll do is simply interface with Lumine pads. So he would set on frequency, three every second frequency will be one of the ones I selected might be four minerals. Otago three Michael frequency three mineral one if you're gonna see three mineral too frequently three minerals street, and it's like it was pretty fast basically, fractions of the second, so you won't see anything different. But there'll be different frequencies, Italy, and train the tissue to turn D channels on to let the mineral turn on genes, structural proteins and times. And every disease state has fingerprint in a target tissue of either a mineral deficiency, or a minute of lock gates. Jay minerals, for example, in hair turns grey, you're gonna mineral block aid where the cells hair follicles allow manganese and make manganese dependent big on enzymes in hair GIO, turns pain is basically, the gray hair thesis, I call it great here, theorem. Is that every disease state is fingerprint of structural protein and anti. Deficiencies related to the cross talk between your telomeres, and you're on channels. Regulate gene induction. Sue messenger dressing. Now, Lou INVOKANA conference is better than almost anything and it's also portable, which is really cool. I have it on my an area by now and anything that I find about it is you can so portable you can be an airline seat because you have backer jolt. If you're a long fight, you can have your car plug input on area. You can be walking around battery pack and put it on air. Everybody just switch it on because goes for thirty minutes and flicked back again. I used to go to sleep and what I discovered here over here. Go computers. Now I call it. My buddy is the one eighty pad which has velcro strap. I take a ton of them because I'm so hyper that the average person if he took what I take would probably go into semi Coleman into baited. I'm not really exaggerating. I mean, giving example on an average night, I'd take three to four or five each DP cross by VR, we converted to take which helps you make serotonin melatonin. I take at least three stress to go in the evening. Midtech repeating and take it again. Evening. When I go to bed, and I'd take on average, six to seven time release melatonin. Okay, which one milligram of media and four milligram slow. So the average person I took that they'd be, they'd be sleeping awfully need, right? But many nights if I'm hyper enough, or unfortunately, if I had my son makes foods spicy because I'm Hyperion who actually don't need much leave. I'm like Edison. When I was in medical school, residency. I get along with two three hours, four hours sleep, no problem. So what I worked in hospitals, for example, back in ninety seven I work all day long in the office, and then go work in the intensive care unit. Most of the night, and get a couple of hours of sleep, Anita chunk dried out cold pizza eleven o'clock at night. Most people try to keep up with me would die. You're not going keep you are not going to keep up with Dr deal. I'm like Addison. I have the ability now I got I gotta get seeped. It'd be healthy. So I forced myself supplements, but the looming photon homeless feet, buddy, 'eternal dancing on wrap around my head around my eyes and everything. And we usually five minutes after those blue red lights are on my brain says, I'm stimulating ridiculous, activating system, you're going to sleep. Right. Which I think is kind of is actually kind of funny to me that. Stimulatory like red light would actually make me. Actually get a return of my sleep pattern, which I find kind of interesting, isn't it? Right. I think so. Yeah. So, so that's what I find amazing. Now. We're trying to expand it. Luma photon can turn off droid information. You gotta sorta joy you can slap these pads on boom, take ourselves too, because you'll get much better effect like inflammatory arse riddick's intend to join performance but you put the pads on, I think every dental, recoveries syllabi every plastic surgery, general surgery were some recovering the coming out of the recovery room, after they come into the operating room every single one of these places should have Lumine pads on the nurse. Actually just why you're laying there semi awake or, you know, semi conscious slapped the pads on your scar. So when you wake up, you don't need to morphine. Does that make sense? They're talking about debris about the drug addiction, and people with chronic pain. Well, there's nothing like aluminum photon for turning pain. It's crazy. You can put this on any part of your body and in matter of minutes by viruses. I'm outta here. And I've actually had little when I was traveling last year Tober travel to flagstaff, which is really high altitude, and I had a flare of Donald Payne. I chase I had the little portable Lumine pan. I had one of those women ninety pads we call the pain. What do you call those things of ninety one to call them the pain blocker or something? Ninety. Yeah. I actually size your hand and cheese said abdominal pain, ready all you could have a dialogue. Tune the pain. The pain, actually, eventually said, I'm out of here. In other words, you'd be up right hand quadrant. Do around the valley and then go to refer minutes shoes. Fading, fading, fading. Got. Ooh, that's cool. And the of anything else I was things aren't working the Lumine pattern it off. Same thing you can track your pressure. You can open up your science cavities. If you're trying to fight infection with taking our nasal like a sign new polce or device neutral line. You're kind of the inflammatory garbage out of there. You're trying to heal your skin from dryest Rex. It really doesn't matter what the hectic condition is. You can apply the woman, pants almost anybody part, and they'll help speed the healing process, every home should have central heating hot and cold water shower in a tub and aluminum, Pat..

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"kevin nation" Discussed on Absurd Hypotheticals

Absurd Hypotheticals

11:00 min | 2 years ago

"kevin nation" Discussed on Absurd Hypotheticals

"You would hope you would hope he's doing. But we're gonna we're going say, they'd be go, new doctor maybe move to different hound. Yeah. Maybe your doctor stopped seeing you after you kick him very hard. Another cool thing that happens around these like, when you start going this fast probably faster than where we are now. But when you start hitting faster and faster speeds, the air behind your leg will actually drop in pressure. And if the room is humid, enough, the, the temperature accompanying the pressure drop can get low enough that falls below the local do point, and basically a cloud will form behind your taking leg like, like the trails on the edge of an airplane wing like how they'll have like those white streak sometimes. Yeah. So your legs can do that at certain point, I don't have an exact speed when that happens. But it's around this area, but we got we got got some more speeds to explore. That's h fifty five professional soccer kick at age sixty based on the Connecticut energy of your leg. Your leg has enough force to kick your doctor into the ceiling. So based on the one of your foot you kick the doctor, he's going to literally fly straight up and hit the ceiling, which now you're probably going to need a new doctor after that. And so maybe, maybe you decide not to the doctor for a few years, and it isn't until fifteen years later at age seventy-five where it starts to get really interesting because at age seventy-five is when the speed of your kick is going to start breaking the sound barrier. This are waiting for. Yes. So lots of lots of things happen, when you when you break the sound barrier first off, it's going to be bad for everybody in the room because breaking the sound barrier as you might imagine, actually, makes it very loud sound like the defining thing about it. Right. Like actually, the reason guns are so loud isn't because of the gunpowder exploding. Well, it indirectly is. But it's breaking the, the bullet breaking the sound Bayer that actually makes that bang. So the way like the silencers work. Is that the actually increase the length of the, the travels while excel rates to ensure that it doesn't actually break the sound barrier when it fires? And that's what makes it silent. Like the there's no way to silence. The bullet besides making below the speed of sound which not that was an interesting theft, but I picked up a handy chart of different sound levels in what they do. And so at the bottom of where it switches from the painful category to intolerable category, is the gunshot. So this is even when short exposure begins can cause permanent ear damage. The human also begins to each envision can become blurry at the gunshot category. And so that's that's at eight seventy five as you go faster and faster and faster. Your sound is going to get louder louder louder because now once you're past the sound barrier, basically, what happens is you switch between the your lead going through the air, the low the sound bear kind of you'll form a cushion of compressed air. In front of you, as you push air molecules forward, and they'll vibrate at, you know, the vibration, will move forward at the speed of sound and they'll push out of the way when you exceed the speed of sound. There's no longer this cushion in front of your leg. Sear kicking the air molecules directly, which doesn't sound like a big deal? But physically it makes it increases the amount of energy in your system by, like a lot because now you're directly celebrating all these little particles by kicking them. So when you are going past age seventy five and you have this crazy crazy kick you start getting at the territory of, like huge explosions about what the about what the effects are so pass. The sound barrier. You're making your decibel level goes way past the gun shot all the way up past, you know, like I believe it's your once you hit one ninety four decibels. The you've actually maxed out the amount of pressure. You can put in a airwave because the. The density of the airwaves, either double, or a vacuum. And you can actually make bigger sound ways because the bottom is maxed out because there's ways of humid waves of double air, but you can still increase the energy and what happens is basically from your leg is now emitting. A vacuum bubble that expands outward as a replica growing sphere. And at the edge of that sphere is just this wall of highly compressed air. And if you ever see like a nuclear explosion and you see that one invisible. Wave come out forward and flatten everything. That's what that air bubble is doing. So again, it's, it's very, very crazy after you've rings down berry. And you're going to start actually just like demolishing the entire doctor's office that you are really, I like the idea that you're still in the doctor's office for this. So definitely not good for the doctor definitely not good for the effects hitting you. But the question I had was Ken like loud sounds actually hurt. You like how does concealed actually like damage? It can definitely hurt your drums, and everything, vibrates it. But how what's the mechanism by which sound actually damages you? And so the answer is actually more complicated. I thought it would be it's actually not just the vibrations moving up and down. We have to watch out for is with a coal cavitational. So Kevin something that happens in liquid. So we talked about how like, when you have the low pressure in the in the air, kind of formed a cloud, because it gets below the do point in the water, it gets cold in the water condenses in liquids kind of the opposite happens where if the pressure drops, low enough, the liquid instantaneously evaporates and leaves a pocket of air in the water, which then will forcibly implode. So this is actually the mechanism you ever read about the, the mantis. Shrimp, the shrimp, that punches very, very fast. And actually will stun its prey with mini implosion 's think we covered it briefly in, in a previous episode. Yes. Also on this was also on a lot of nature, documentaries. I didn't realize how actually damaging this is so the in motorboats the motorboat propellers, if they're spending like fast motor spinning really fast, this Cav attention at the back of the propeller is actually known to cause holes in the, the metal propellers themselves as all these title exposure, wearing wearing away. I didn't realize is that common. I just figured it was like a like a freak thing that happens every once in a while. No, no, this happens all the time, and they actually use this, this, this mechanism to treat kidney stones and people. So they have a single extra corporal, shockwave life trip. See where they'll shoot these high power shock. These the shock into people to break up their kidney stones doesn't sound like something. I'd want them to do. Yes. Well, also heavy kidney stone something you want, even let's give and take. And they were doing some studies, because they were having some small problems where people have some internal bleeding after therapy. And they're trying to figure out why was getting caused exactly. So it actually turned out the, the force waves going into the body caused Kevin nation in the blood vessels, and can cause things which I don't know the being to all these words, actually, I don't know the meaning what exactly of these mean by didn't wanna look them up because I've value my sanity, but they can cause vessel dissension in vegetation, and what the call liquid jets. No, no checks. In Vaduz ocean. Yeah. Immagination liquid jets, and vessel distension. So that's going to happen. And that will happen to the doctor who was affected by the sound waves. It'll probably also happen to like any part of your body moving that fast locally, which is bad, but I didn't explore that one, because I think a lot of other bad things happen to, like, once you're putting those speeds, you're probably dislocating your bones and joints and muscles, and all those things. But that's gross. So the last thing. One last thought might be of inconvenience. Another thing that you can't control it. That's your breathing. Because if you're moving all this extra speed, I imagine your you're doing the same rate, your breathing also pick up speed to compensate. So I wanted to see are you breathing the air, too fast to like St Louis suck up all the oxygen out of the air and suffocate yourself in a room. So if you are in a in close room like a seal broom ten foot by ten foot room. There is enough oxygen there for three days. So we breathe in twenty percent oxygen air. And we actually breathe out fifteen percent auctioning, so we actually don't decrease the auction the that much by reading it out. The problem is actually in the co two, so we air generally point zero five percents co to the air. We breathe out is five percents co two so hundred times concentration higher. And at the air level of two percent, CO two poisoning begins to occur. So rather than three days, we can only stay in our ten. By ten room for twelve hours before CO two poisoning comes into effect. So what happens if you're at home? So the air change rate in, in an average home is approximately five in our which means every five times per hour all the air. That's in your room is, you know, exchanged out air from outside the room. So say your ten by ten room like a small room in your house. If your age eighteen it would take a twelve hour cycle, they are out of their refreshed, every twelve minutes, see you don't have to worry about it. But when we get back to our, our age of fifty fifty five you will breathe, you will add enough CO two in the room to call CO two poisoning every fifteen minutes. And since it cycled out every twelve minutes you're ready right at that threshold and by age fifty five it's every eight point six minutes. So you basically have to be larger and larger rooms or just outside at a certain point, for example, at age seventy five it's less than a minute. Before you put. More CO two in the room for short to be sustainable, if you make it all the way to the ripe old age of one hundred which would be a tremendous in this pathetic. Little, you would poison a room of CO two in two point four seconds. That is very fast. Yes. So you're gonna have to live outside, pretty much anytime after age like probably like age seventy you're going to have to live outside from that point forward or live in like an air test tunnel. Constantly blowing around that's about all I want. I went into whether you could beat an airplane, but I think I've spent my time here whether you can be Ihnen airplane. So I did the same calculations in an airplane cabin. Oh you mean for the for the air for the area. So if you are sixty years old, you will drain an entire air cabin of or poison entire air cabin with CO two in one point one hours based on the.

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"kevin nation" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"kevin nation" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

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"kevin nation" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

11:49 min | 2 years ago

"kevin nation" Discussed on KCRW

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"kevin nation" Discussed on The Truth Is Somewhere: A Conspiracy Theory Podcast

The Truth Is Somewhere: A Conspiracy Theory Podcast

05:25 min | 3 years ago

"kevin nation" Discussed on The Truth Is Somewhere: A Conspiracy Theory Podcast

"Stargate. Someone did not put those ends far enough away just a wormhole. I don't know. It's probably I imagined that like when I was writing this, that's just gotta be because the winds were so ridiculous and they were like one in his favor, the ones out his tail pushing him like like twenty thirty minutes is earliest nothing when it comes to aviation, nothing. Yeah. Yeah, that makes like if you fly, if you fly south from the Windsor, normally in my experience are normally south in Japan. So from northern Japan, southern Japan, they're coming from the south. So if you're flying from the northern to the southern takes longer, you're flying from the southern to the northern. You're shaving. Off an hour usually? Yeah, of time. Like or more so the. Yeah, you save nine gallons. Sure. If I was driving downhill the entire time, one way up the other way, I'm gonna save time and and fuel. All right. Thoroughly explained, okay, that unto bunked up. In early August of this year actually. So recently new newsgroups that treasure hunter and explorer Daryl Miklos was investigating shipwrecks. What was that about? Shipwrecks, shipwrecks in the area for episode of discovery channel's Cooper's treasure while diving he unidentified sunk sunken object that has fifteen three hundred foot long truce fans. Yeah. Miklos claims that he's never seen anything like it before and that it was too large to have been a part of a normal shipwreck. Okay. Miklos was using ups created by NASA. Astronaut Gordon Cooper brisk treasure who was also a close friend of his Cooper had marked exact locations to shipwrecks on the map. But this specific wreck was marked only as unidentified object meek, Los notes that Cooper believed in alliens and that we had received visits from other worlds in that a lot of those visitors landed in that part of the world, the contains the triangle. Meek lows thinks that the astronaut had possibly found like, essentially you though that something bottom of the ocean and that's causing the disturbances or just like it's at area, high activity aliens rock aliens. Okay. Dalians would come for their ship. Maybe it wasn't important, maybe also, I imagine it might be hard to get a if it's a long distance, maybe wouldn't be carrying a submersible with you for water. Thought. I haven't thought about that. Well, I mean, why would you. If you're going to planet, that's mostly water. Maybe one, maybe it would, but if you're not seafaring, wouldn't you think that you just build on their? No, that's true. All sorts of ancient technologies. Sure. Shirt. All right. One of the plausible stuff when talking about ready. No. The Bermuda triangle has one of the deepest underwater trenches in the world. And this is the one thing that like related to bunks the Atlanta's not the one thing like lots next to Atlantis thing. In particular, I was like, how on earth the sun, possibly hit those crystal at the bottom of the ocean when it has one of the deepest trenches in the world. Because there is a world pool right on it aliens. Okay. And then when the world pool is perfectly aligned with crystal and the crystal clear of the water from the from the world pool than suddenly the sunlight hits it. And it rakes havoc wreaks havoc. Okay. So trenches like that are actually known to cause world pools, and those were pulls are strong enough to suck ship under the water. But this still isn't explained planes doesn't explain why the planes go missing. Only ships. One theory explains that there are trapped pockets of methane gas under the water of the triangle. When released they caused giant bursting bubbles capable of capsizing ships, huge bubble. Yeah, we'll there's debate about this in the scientific community. Different lab tests have shown different results. So there have been loved that are like, oh, like this capsized the boat or the other lab tests are like, no, they become tiny bubbles and it doesn't matter. Yeah, I would imagine something that large would have a hard time maintaining its tension. Yeah. So there's that she don't solo, they'll maybe I don't know. I don't know whole lot about bubbles in water. Maybe there. I am not a scientist knows if you move things quick enough. You can create bubbles. Fair, like any his taken bath, I think no, no, no, no much faster. Kevin nation actually rainbow from to. Create little bubbles in the water. No, not not cabernet. Shen. No. Different. We'll

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"kevin nation" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"kevin nation" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

"Thank you Kelly. Why I'm so behind. I'm sorry, I'm so linemen comments. Do more podcast on stocks and dividends you've got it, John, John Finn, hey, Jess, see you. Hey, Lisa nor sick. Thank you for all of the links aid, and I appreciate you who's my mentor? My mentor is commenting alongside you is name this Travis. I'd also consider Kevin nations to be a mentor. I consider my best friend more Jenny to be a mentor. I'm courting the new mentor courting one. And I've been courting him for. About six months. He's like, he's the guy. Actually. There's two people in my life right now that I'm slowly Cording and mentors need to be courted their relationships. So I'm there's two people, my life that I believe represents the next stage of my career that I wanna learn from. And so I'm slowly courting those. Travis says, if you're gonna play a game at better, be yours. Amen. Brother were all defining the rules of this game. We play. Where we define it. So being tension about it. Wow. Forgive me, hey, Jessica push. See, I look. I love seeing old friends, Chris ship tar. My brother. I miss you terribly. I just love you. I'm building. I'm renovating a lake house in Austin, Texas police fly here and hang out with me. Do I rent my apartment or do I own? I rent this apartment. I owned my house. I've actually come full circle on the idea of owning owning a home that you live in. I actually do think it's financially beneficial to own where you live. I think Greg Cardona is wrong. I'm a lot of things, but that would be one of them. Trust is knows my favorite word next to love for us. All buddy the world. Are you bud thinking about all this week? I'm miss you. You know where I live, at least for now two more months. Illit here, two months. I'm not gonna live here anymore. Kinda sad. Okay, buddy. Hey, Ross slaughter. What's up man. HALE Vero says, stop watching the news, the post that made me, you follow me. I appreciate that. Thanks man. Okay. I think we're. We're going to wrap up here. Thank you all for hanging out with me. I clearly had nowhere else to be. Don't really know what prompted it. I just wanted to share my heart and what was going on and hope it was. Beneficial for you. So let me know in the comments. Appreciate y'all.

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"kevin nation" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"kevin nation" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"And can cause cava tation which i have no idea what kevin nation is but it doesn't it causes bubbles in the brain oh all right so they die so then you idolize vary because they they did a lot of research about the brown noise for while which was obviously that sonic pulses supposed to make you shit your pants and there's a lot of stuff that came out that was done by the skunkworks department like the black ops world of our special forces that some of his fake purposefully they've done like fake plans of goofy shit so it helps bury other super secret shit that they do this sounds like the beginning of jason bourne movie right at we don't know the rest of the plot to and we don't know who the actors are absolutely no idea but they've been doing that stuff here in the states for quite a while all the protests and stuff all just the blaring music we did like a lot torture sites in a lot of the prison sites it happens all the time and this i up swirl they use music quite a bit but that's mostly they use they use it almost more so they give pop music to people that haven't had pop music before and they switch it use it and then they'll play stories of alqaeda doing defunct shit like bloopers from cuba in order to like make them less important and less scary in the eyes of the people that there that are in control they are in control of so that they can feel less fear about rejecting them or trying to start a revolution against god's goofball antics but now you understand like you see all that footage of like or you think about like dad's in the car in the nineties and their kids are listening to nothing but britney spears and there's starting to freak out it is an actual torture technique to listen to something on repeat that you don't particularly want to hear but you gotta do it because you want to be a good father why i remember my father when i was first watching an adam sandler movie billy madison.

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