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"konkan" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry
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"konkan" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Interesting time right now in the world of sports we're sort of in that all the kind of Lole right now where he got the scouting combine but a lot of people have very funny thoughts on the combine I want to get to that with you but college tournaments college basketball tournaments are around the corner I don't know if anyone out there unless you're just Konkan out as a fan of Kansas or someone like that I don't know if anybody has formulated any real hard fought son who's going to win the national championship in college basketball feels like right now we're sort of in that ramping up mode before we get into conference tournaments I would say they are probably I can make the case there probably fifteen to eighteen teams that can win the national championship and to me that's a lot seating bracketing all that gets factored in at the end of the day but I don't think we have real formed opinions yet or do we think is going to win the national championship yeah I can get in the hole sign on lebron lebron was smooching Zions rear end after they played over the weekend and you know signed Williams and he plays with great ferocity there's no question what's gonna happen when that guy gets his body right because there are parts of Zion Williamson at veterans don't we as morass can I get in on that one that figures out how to eat I know how to get his body right all my god what is he going to morph into what look at lebron when he first came in the league and look at him right now think of that with Zayn on my little waves serial looks like right now and then envision what that guy's gonna look like five years from now when he gets in the lifting nutrition things like that all it's going to be an animal that's what they're doing at the NFL scouting combine right now they're looking for animals they want the biggest fastest strongest toughest the best combination of everything that you can try to find it's going on at the NFL combine yet there are a lot of you out there who when it comes to the combine you're like not my thing I love to know why eight eight five five two one two for CBS this is always been one of the more interesting phenomenons in sports again I've been I'm a forty five year old guy who this October will have been talking sports consistently with no break five days a week if not six days a week for almost twenty four years plus twenty one years old when I first got on the air someone doing this a long time even though I'm not that old but when I first got into this racket there are always people who would call and say I don't get to combine why does it appeal to you why is it such a big deal and now the NFL has completely bastardized if they completely hoarded out they've come they've turned it into as long as an event as they can possibly turn it into they've they've added drill holes and evaluations and things like that I mean it really turned it into about a week a week for the programming on NFL network and of course everybody is talking about it as you would expect but I find there are a lot of you listening right now very polarizing thoughts on the combine and I think for a lot of people it's more negative than positive here's why I love the combine number one I did play college football at a reasonably high level and I was always talked behind the sky doesn't lie in when your scalp and you're about to talk yourself out of a player in that world you're told slip on the tape you can look at guys that are really really fast in shorts and it doesn't translate to their field speed I can see that the guy had eight we have bench pressed two hundred twenty five pounds forty times but when he's pass blocking he doesn't have a great punch to slow down eight a defense of linemen so there are the metrics what you learn in the measurables and how fast and things like that and then there is how do those metrics applied to the player on the field and that is a part of the evaluation process that and also getting around these guys and being able to talk to them now I don't know if people's thoughts on the combine our evolving a little bit because we really understand that it's much more than just how fast you run how much do you bench how high can you jump there's much more to the combine and I'd like to think that now that it's been on TV a lot then there are a lot of you out there who at least why you may not love it might say okay at least I get it at least I understand its relevance I understand why they do it I understand why or I get the why of them doing it but I only get super highly rated and I think the football junkies like me I am definitely one of those people who consumes that product on what I would call a linear basis which is I try to watch as much of it as I absolutely possibly can because there's little things that I'll pick up and learn whether it's someone's foot work their ability to spin the football yeah there was that one of the wide receivers I think it might have been I saw one of the tight ends who did the drill with a run across the field you look left to catch you look right look left look right and the one that I mean the one the guy turned right near him right in the face I want to see how guys recover from stuff like that those are little things that I think in the football world maybe some on the outside don't understand it but I think on the inside there are a lot of people who put weight on things like that and what I mean by respond is that the guy gets cranked in the face with a football in can't catch it and what does he do does he go in the tank and drop the rest of them or is the guy catch the restroom running across the field and turned it up and boom you're like all right today good jumpers bearing that do but I remember an old timer told me years ago twenty years ago had been I'm just can start any called the combine who cares event I normally you would take that as the all right one of the advanced age you're just like a guy who cares I'm not into it but I think it's too full number one do you see in the NFL combine as a who cares event and you don't really pay ten attention to it and then the what else would be on that list maybe for you the combine like me it does it for you but there's another event in sports that you're like aw who cares I am not out on all all star games and I think there are some people out there who just here all star game Pro Bowl hello I'm not going to watch that what's the point whereas I know as a kid being named an all star special like Major League Baseball has a big deal the call you're an all star going to the all star game I remember for me as a kid I was much more nostalgic about things like that now I'm just like I thank god they don't have home field advantage tied into it and great for the players are gonna get bonuses for being named all stars but the end of the day it doesn't move me in those all star games well you know the NBA all star game mildly entertaining hockey I didn't pay attention to baseball is one day near I'll probably keep an eye on global waste time Pro Bowl absolute waste of time they took out after hitting a there's no rushing kickers that year you easier quarterbacks I mean what's the point at this point what's the point do a skills challenge or just bail on the whole thing but to me the NFL scouting combine does not fall into the who cares category for me one of those events did fall into the who cares category for you that other people really do enjoy and maybe you do dig a who cares event and there's something else in your sports world they will qualify as a who cares is the combine one of them for you at eight five five two one two for CBS or what are they for you the events that some people get hot and bothered for and you're just out inside now I just can't do it I you know what you know what a vent the NBA created they made me think that way if you remember when they took away the dunk contest and they did the whole we're gonna get like a legend and a current player and the W. NBA player and they did that whole like freeway skills competition all dear lord that was awful awful awful awful now I get it was a time in which the NBA was trying to help the W. N. B. A. really good on the map and that was a way to give that league the robber so that if you can help get the jump start off the ground expose their players a little bit too across audience right basketball loving audience I am hoping that it would kind of take off from there that was a who cares event for me our dear lord just didn't do anything for me whatsoever what is that for you eight five five two one two for CBS eight.
What Businesses Can Learn From the Collapse of Civilizations
"Tracy. do you remember the episode that we did was not long. After after the two thousand sixteen election at the time and maybe still is one of our biggest most popular lots ever. Oh It's definitely one of my personal favorites and it was one of the earliest odd lots episodes as well right. I guess maybe at the time being the biggest at the time is not saying as much but nonetheless it was very popular we talked to an archaeologist about civilizational collapse right not just any archaeologists though one who has been called at various times the Real Life Indiana Jones right so I was like right after the election and of course like half the country was really freak out you know have the contrary probably thrilled. They have the country that was really freaking out was very interested in this idea like what is the end of civilization looks like look like because because maybe that's what we're seeing now right and so we brought on an expert a literal expert in the end or collapses of civilizations right and so very all the ominous signs. We walked through it. He's an expert on the collaborative the Mayans and you know what parallels if any there are between then and what we're seeing in modern society in the US that's right well. We haven't back that. It's very exciting exactly so we are once again talking about collapse ups and ancient civilizations but our guest this time he's been doing more work lately specifically on like parallels to kind of the business world and sort of taking theories from management and economics and applying them to see what parallels between that and again the what causes an organization to collapse so I find this really interesting because at the moment in particular you have a lot of hand wringing over what's going on with the big tech firms and of course for technology culture is such an embedded aspect of a tech firm and so people are talking about whether or not those tech firms arms are maybe not going to collapse. Although I guess you know there's a question mark over things like we work but whether or not they're heading for hard times and how that culture her is feeding into that in even if you don't get outright collapse like this idea of sort of endemic cultural problems that lead to rot I think is a really important phenomenon across all kinds of businesses beyond tech like just think about banks and or think about a bank like wells fargo that has headed numerous fines and scandals handles over the years despite the best ever to management to root out all that stuff it should extraordinarily difficult it seems to undo the rot that can form inside a complex organization right so how does that culture how does that organizational structure within a company actually impacted business and how does it change over time and what can we learn from the Mayans to preserve the robustness of companies all right so without further ado we wanNA bring back for a repeat performance on odd lots of Arthur demerist. He's the Ingraham professor of anthropology director at Vanderbilt Institute of Mesoamerican Archaeology Arthur. Thank you very much for joining us. Hi Oh yeah I'm. I'm happy to be on here. You know this is an audience that I think matters so. It's it's good to be on here. I have one quick correction though the collapse stuff it's got little with trump. I've been doing this since eighty nine and it's it's been building lowly and then in the last ten years all of a sudden. I'm in great demand everywhere to give talks so right I didn't that you just started jumping on the collapsed bandwagon. I do think that helped explain the interest at least that there I think it's the stuff that I worry worry about is more serious as the information technology people and business people and of course the global warming issue issue and but there's really I was surprised that's one reason why I'm doing this that the interest was was coming from beyond academics and from people who can actually make a difference and so I sort of shifted over to communicating on in these kind of venues and then I learned that business the strategic management theory partnership theory these things work really well on looking at ancient civilizations ends and so you know me and my collaborators who one of them is an expert in strategic management. I became a feedback cycle. You know where we're a providing information. We're trying to we have articles submitted to business journals and on the other hand we're using that for my archaeology journals right who try to explain collapse although I'm getting some flack on that so great businesses bad. It's evil capitalists like you guys so thanks so Arthur maybe just to begin with. Can you walk us through the parallels between a society like the Mayan civilization and what we see in business today a while well I will. That's my that's a book but AH civilizations people don't think they sorta like a bunch of people who kind of do the same things civilizations at their core networks. They're primarily political and economic omic networks because the ideas and the region the idiot that's tradition that continues even after collapsed so on but their networks and the political and economic mkx networks or you know as today are always almost inseparable so you start to look at why whole networks can collapsed and then how responses are because most collapses don't happen the governments corporations whatever their problem problem solving institution so there are responses and you can see which ones succeed or fail and of course that leads right into the kind of theory that everyone is doing in management strategic management investment. I mean you guys are in the channel in the prediction business business which is what I'm kind of into so a lot of that applies a lot of the same thing partnership network where using it to explain the relationships between cities economically and trade and politics and then ways in which those go bad and you have basically Lebed the equivalent of bankruptcies before we get into like I want to like really sort of a pull on some of these read sier and the similarities and how you can use management theory theory to understand archaeology and vice versa but before we dive down into that Tracy mentioned in the intro that people call you the real life Indiana Jones and so just to set the scene a little bit more like you're a real archaeologist in terms of what people have in their heads or you go to some remote location and you squat down down a lot and you dig up dirt and you look at stuff probably mostly pottery and things like that. I'm guessing just talked to us about what you've been up to a little bit in terms of your day to day life since the last time you appeared on the show. Well you know what I the Indiana Jones thing. I don't mind it. I used to not like it. I was told that once by Harrison Ford and that I discovered that it's good for business you guys know about that. It'd be so flattered if Harrison Ford Comey Indiana John's yeah. I'm sorry it helps to get the port but I do exploratory archaeology. I accidentally started working during the civil war in El Salvador as a graduate student and because very few people crazy I ended up being one of two archaeologists and then finally just one one and I had a whole kind of country to myself that was not much explored and I discovered it led to a very accelerated career and so ever since then I actually go to those areas where nothing's been done before or very little and I do explor- exploration ration- and then we do large scale multidisciplinary projects and that's the part. That's not like the Indiana Jones thing I mean you don't like you know read the gifts and kiss the girl grown shooting guns and all that I mean it's always and ninety percent of ninety but I'd say sixty percent of his lab work but we study ancient cities and right now so my entire project for the last twenty years is studying an ancient economic network that holds together and we're following. I mean we're literally. The research design is we do neutron activation other analyses. We discover that pottery jade or obsidian volcanic glass is coming coming from another place so we go and dig that place and then we dig we see about that. We saw we've we've actually covered thousand square kilometers but it isn't just the usual region or we are following an economic an economic network so there's I mean we do have we do dig lost cities in the jungle and we do have shoot outs with the bad guys and open terms and all that but that's just you know that's just what you have to do to get started then it becomes essentially the study of economy politics and sociology. IOS y'all of of cities and regions and networks as that works gotten bigger. It's gotten more and more parallel to contemporary the economic networks and multinational corporations so talk to us about what you've discovered because you know I remember a little bit from the previous previous episode but the Mayan Civilization was quite unique in in many ways and I remember you were talking about how they developed. A big trade network where goods were distributed attributed all over the jungle. What does that have to do with modern corporations or the modern economy well in again academic damage there. There's an I've learned that there's a great range of business theory and academic strategic management theory and so on is is probably a a little different but they're break their studies then lead to you know. CFO's reading about it and lead to something else but one of the things that they've been talking about for a long time it's just an example community networks which would be like the EU or even the Western economy where you have partnerships ships that are based on multiple partners. They have an ideology that they develop and business practices have to be within a range of legitimation. Shen and all of that and those kinds of community networks are very tight. One is what was developing in the jungle between all these different cities and then it stabilized and there was great wealth but just as today when when you read the journals about innovation network those are very profitable affordable but that kind of slows and they have a tendency to fall behind so then you have some firms or in this case city eighty states that make breakaway networks which are very high risk It's very much like the initial trading with with China. You know which is a very high risk but very profitable it. There's high high games but there's a high risk for seeing right now. In dealing with cultures societies economic systems that have a different ethic they'd have a different economic culture and reading about that that is exactly exactly what happened with this great city state conquest they were they were the big center for trade up city and all sorts of things coming from the highlands the Maya Economic Network that was so successful this community network all interacting with each other very stable started order to have a lot of problems and the rulers and the nobles of the city farther south made a decision to kind of turn away and it was very surprising I mean in terms of today it would be like China and given transport more and they started trading with long distance partners in other areas forming warming. You know initially. It's like die attic relationships that they say that it's just you know one city with another city. It doesn't have the stability of a multi partner network doc they were they in forty years they just boomed into this incredibly wealthy center and there was this giant like Venice this giant got purely commercial non non territorial kingdom and it then crashed and the whole story is just just just just like stuff out of you you journal so Arthur. How did how did Konkan managed to sort of differentiate itself from the rest of the mind civilization because often when when people think about big companies big multinationals. There's a lot of conformity there and there's a sort of Oregon organizational structure that encourages I guess cohesiveness piece of Ness. You're not necessarily rewarded for taking a risk and going off and doing something completely different. Conformity tends to be rewarded. So how did this particular city city managed to break away well again. This is where this is where the theories coming from a management schools really help you know there's institutional entrepreneurship where Oh you have entrepreneurship but it changes it changes the game playing a different game and that's one thing people don't realize it is very high risk and these these rulers were not stupid. You know they would make these innovations and scary part about responding to collapse is that they would do the right thing but but it would usually fail because of this legitimacy because both the consumers and the other firms. Let's say would would not buy into it. Give me what's an example okay so when you say they did the right thing when confronted with the risk of collapse but it but it didn't work it failed what specifically given given example of okay. Here's give an example of what you're talking about. Well I again. You know there's I'm just written something on four gift front. Using strategic man with my colleague I collaborate with a an endowed chair in Strategic Management Management and and conquest in for example. I can tell you about four four other states we just wrote on this but in Quinn but decision was to first shift away in terms of their trading partners and what happens when you have throughout history when you have new trading partners there's these risks and stuff but new ideas come in not just products but new ideas about structuring your own economic economic system and when my of conquest started trading with Mexican states that were far away and had a more market oriented economy every time they added a new trading partner the structure and Economic System at Colin Quinn changed and one of the things is this vertical integration. They were shipping stuff out you know in and out they were import export then they started instead processing it for stage processing which of course increases the value and then there was shipping it out semi-processed and then later later they started whole new industries in the production of jade and again preliminary stage not the final product talked about sort of free forms and and they did it. They started doing mass production. I mean just you the largest jade workshop ever found in the Americas and so you see these business ideas coming in and again this study's business architecture you see it in everything you see the palace changing from a great royal residence over forty years as eight reconstructions to a giant almost.
"konkan" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast
"Welcome back. Everybody episode thirty nine hashing it out. As always on your host, Cory petty. And I'm here with my trustee co hosts Konkan shea say Hello everybody has oh everbod since Fe. We have an ice guest. Smart guests at Dr fellow PHD. But this one actually has a PHD in crypto currencies. And that's that exact title of what his PHD yet. But he's one of the first I'd say to get his PHD in this technology. Patrick Corey do you want to start us off by giving us a quick introduction? As to how you got into the space introduced what you're currently working on. Yes. So I got introducing this is back in twenty thirteen. So I took this catastrophe model dramatic graduate on Kentucky was the hardest. Modulate took and it's really exciting because no cryptos like wizardry. And then when discovery puffy I met my soon to be adviser is it phone how I wanna do PHD in this area, and you helped me with that. And then he told me about this thing called bitcoin this being used in the dark web is called this crypto Kirk. Nice. You look at it silent on these log close the news articles event in the rooms bitcoin dab coin wizards. And I it was just got hooked. I mean, there's not most catastrophe in it. So that was a bit of a wist. But then, you know, it was weird internet money that nobody expressly. So. Yeah, that's why I got into this this on over the pas five years sust being so exciting the seats the evolution of it. Nick. For example. When I started my PHD, they were to professor warned me against base potty, you're talented student. You have a really good PHD. Why are you in your time in this weird internet money that was gonna take seriously then drew my via? Yeah. Drew my vibe of one or two years ago. One of the Siyam professor Jim exam, a said potty, you're right. You know, you're on the right? I l vindicated. Yeah. I got the other one didn't never acknowledged it. But one of them did I was so happy about that. So I got really lucky in terms of the topic. I mean back then. Rivera few people doing this. I think there was like four or five real papers on the area. The end of the the years. I guess I've just been I think not as a more motion focus layer to skilling off GM protocols on other being trying to work out. You know, what is this going to look like in five years time in is off jingling takover? The light network kick off of love matere often. How will all these sort of work together? Ethica accommodates conception about later solutions is that they're competing and that one size fits all for a lot of them. And I think that's the opposite case for a lot of things, and we've pointed out some your recent papers that like what are the applicable applications of state channels, and like what like what type of, you know, maybe social contexts or gauge minutes between people are appropriate for these types of solutions and not one-size-fits-all and fact more often than not will probably see combination of these things in actual practice further down the line. Do you agree with that? Yes. So let me hook it. I take that away. So I think there's a. Two or three competing solutions. I mean, when I say competing, not really competing get the up there's auction channels or the idea there's there's small group of parties to three or four people on this one run a smart contract locally amongst themselves. It don't wanna interact with the network. They don't wanna pay transaction fees. They do want the block militancy. You don't wanna wait around for ten minutes for your transaction affirmed, so they do this often channel. So that's really exciting..
"konkan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Perry guy. And some of the watch this last night. It was on PBS. It was the American masters show of your Carole king. Okay. Some I I mean, I know a little bit about her. But you should see all the song. She wrote. I know she wrote a lot of songs, but good Lord. The. Konkan Motown stuff now like some of those old early sixties hits. Like, you know, will you still love me tomorrow, and that type of stuff? Oh, yeah. I mean, he was like a hired songwriter is the Brill building in New York City. They were they were just on staff her and her husband, and they would come they found this new band, and we need a song. It'd be like all right. Bam. They got a piano there half hour later. Here's your son. And then you got a NASCAR. And of course, it'd be a number one hit like two weeks later. David what's going on talking about preferred music? What is yours? I like everything, but our maintenance coming to river bend, and I can't wait to get into that one. David. I'll probably see you there. I will be there. I. Somebody. But. As you say. But I got a question real quick guests. Play the song right now on the radio. Goo who makes the money seven hundred w w make the money. No money. No. We the company pays like this big fee to ask how BMI or whatever the case might be wherever we do business with. And that covers every radio station. Oh, okay. And those agencies dole out that money. Okay. So yeah, we don't we don't do it very questionnaires. So like in a bar allegedly. You're supposed to pay ask. But. If a lame would it be to your bar shut down. I've heard of it. They don't closure down. But they'll come in. And find you really. So I mean, so you have a jukebox in your bar in. Yes. A certain percentage of that and send it to and also and maybe a bar owner. Concur. Ken, correct me. But I think if you have bands that play in there, you have to pay a fee, so you have their cover band. Okay. Gunmetal grey never paid anybody nothing. But well, I'm just saying the bar was opposed to. But I guarantee you Mr. did you by the way, did you check on your horse the other day? I didn't MO we're getting ready sued them for copyright infringement. Rob did did you hear this is Oban was gun? Metal grey. That's an awesome name. And I got a, Nope. Shoot one. Was that Rachmat a year or so ago? Yeah, firmer all buddy, John Englehart whose big horse guy, and he said self rocky. There is a horse running at whatever prep race. It was called gunmetal grey. That's a great name for the derby say these running a race or two that you could possibly be prayers. Yeah. Wow. You bet the house. I don't want him to win. Then we're going to sue the guy copyright infringement. We had the name I had a band. He did. Yep. Name was orthopedic shoes. I was gonna say what what point high school wasn't. What kind of music, you think we played? Did you play cornet not play? Little a little craft work. I rocked it out just hit the button on the German sheen. You're good to go. You.
"konkan" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Engines, eight four four seven or seven fifty five thirty three to go back to the phones. We've got another hour and a half left, folks. Eight four four seven zero seven fifty five thirty three to your car. We've got Jim. Let me go to Jim. Jim's conus James is calling us from Pennsylvania, James. Dan, I during the day. I'm doing. Okay. Thanks. Good eight, Dan, I've been a partner for a little over year now. And I can't thank you enough for your ministry about the opportunity to share with other, friends and -freshing. Apparent to put together, a biblical portfolio. So again, thank you. Thank you. Really appreciate it. At the end. Aching. I'm taking my our portfolio which. Lord over several companies into Konkan company company, and what I like to do is wrong with the Dan plant. I looked at the allocation model for my age. And between fifty five to sixty five. All this money is in an IRA. And currently fifty eight. And that I have is that allocation model trying to plug in the funds. And I started let me know. My thought started looking at the Bislett and then abroad. And the earth thing I looked at the yellow the. Were highlighted in yellow or blue. Start plugging in the fun and. Does that sound like the right approach to go with with? With this hour. Well, I think it definitely is the right approach. I I would just caution you when you're putting money, you know, if it's not on the list, don't buy it. So don't buy anything off the broad list only off the bye list. But I like the idea of of getting some of those foundational stocks. That's the yellow these are stocks that these are companies that are just good solid super solid, very large. You know, good. Good companies that I call them foundational stocks because it kind of companies you put in there, and you never sell them. You just you know. I feel very confident that over at seven ten year period, they're gonna do well, and they use keep them in there. So I like the idea of starting with some of those might be on the bias. I think that's a great idea. Blue our income stocks. It doesn't mean you can't add them. You certainly can the reason why they're highlighted in blue is because they for people that are using the income model, which you wouldn't use you shouldn't use which are not using. But the income asset allocation model that just kind of gives them a heads up of what to look for. So I have stocks have produced. Good dividends on the list. But they're not highlighted in blue because for one reason or another I don't consider them strong enough or consistent enough, or whatever it might be from an income perspective. So, but it's okay to have those in there because I have some like on the material. Side that industrial side that are both that are blue and foundation or the lettering might be yellow and highlighting on it is blue. It's hard to see that yellow. But that's that's fine. And I'll have a problem with that. So I think you're on the right track. Keep going slow if you need something to fill your a sector, and you don't there's nothing on the by list. Just wait it out. Don't go off the broad less. Just keep that money. You know, sit in the money market account until something shows up and then start to fill that gradually tried to work towards the next couple of years of having two or three maybe even four different companies in every sector. So with that in mind dull by if you have that five percent and energy. Don't put off five percent of your energy. Position in one stock if there's only one on the list, so just to give you some fundamentals there about that. Okay. Question. I'm here on.
"konkan" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast
"Digestion, the modern world forgot to value. This the yin and g of being that feminine energy. It's not really about gender. It's more like the in in the young. We are both. But we forgot the yen. If it got the in of being it's all about the Yang of doing. We've got how to be human beings. Only human doings. So whenever I lose my way, which is quite often. I love to come back to this, quote, which puts things into perspective for me when the della Lama was asked what surprised him the most about humanity. He replied man because he sacrifices health in order to make money then he sacrifices money to recuperate, his health sounds, absolutely nuts. Right. And then he's so anxious about the future that he does not enjoy the present the result being that he does not live in the present or the future. He lives as if he's never going to die. And then he dies having never really lived. I know it doesn't end there carry on sound familiar. Okay. So what can I obeyed a teach us? We're intrinsically connected to the world around us all the elements that we talk about an IRA to there. We have got feelings. We talk about good vibes in our language. It exists as humans were always trying to Konkan HR. And when we do this. We overlook ourselves. If we do not strive for full awareness of our in a world, then how come we respect our outer world is it any wonder that we have allowed the destruction of our planet and exploitation of others through all consumers them. If we don't on a nature and our own nature. We're just robots life is not robotic. It's not black and white. So we had to sit up and pay attention to our selves and our surroundings create meaningful rituals to keep us connected and sustain us and get conscious in order to better navigate life and enjoy the ride. So I wanna leave you with three takeaways to help you navigate your wellbeing.
"konkan" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool
"So that was definitely a she's doing, but you member when you to the soundboard you got on a little bit earlier seek attested the end the first time that you got the iota say Yoda, I fucking cry laughing. Like, I was so good. Did he didn't he didn't even he didn't really laugh. He just was like what's that? And then I read the room, and that podcast and just did it a few more times. But I'd be careful, and we need Jeff speak. Let's be clear like Jeff keeps us on the rails. He's very good at hosting. We we need him. Yes. I think so. I'm glad he does that for us because it's a smooth production. What we have him. But I I also think I don't think he gets mad at us. When we go off the rails. I think he gets mad at us when we do something unexpected. Yeah. I think that's more than anything else. Deviate off schedule. All right second. Last question for troll your play. Putt putt at park king in Arlington heights, Illinois. No as very specific. And I just assume because he has it that it would make sense. But thanks for wasting our time at the question like that. No. But I did I did snowboard at this place called raging buffalo in out Gakuen. I think is where it is. We're out on the world is in New York gawk ones in let's see opened up. The Chicago land map a raging buffalo snowboard ski park. It. Just as hill at some toe ropes on it just go there. Scott fun gone Quinn is northwest Konkan is a little bit to the west of Arlington heights. So I lived in crystal lake so it's kinda like off the beaten path in terms of the Chicago suburbs is up. There is is more north. I mean, I I'm so out of my element. Anytime you guys DVD into the mid west finish kogo once at night that's about as far gives more north. I don't really know Chicago geography, something I'm just very very bad at you know, when you're young, and you don't truly understand where you're at. Yeah. That was me. All right last question. Fuck Mary kill to Bach Landau in our to two. I'm not sure what I pick with this. I think I'm going to marry Landau because land is the richest indefinitely like out gold Landau. He's a fucking Barron. Administrative cloud city that dude got clout some money. He's a fucking pimp you dresses, nice, and he smooth and sexy Chewbacca. I mean, I just can't fuck to bucket, and I can't be fucked by two bucks sued break me in my what? And I just don't wanna fuck to bucket. Kills him. I'm gonna kill him. And I'm gonna I'm gonna fuck are due to. I would I would fuck Lando. And then I think I would marry chew Baca because he would protect me be my be my strongman hold me in his arms late late at night in. I would kill to detour. Because I think I would feel I wouldn't feel bad about killing a robot. Yeah. I guess so I do like that. But number one, I don't think like Juba does not have a lot of money as a rebel. He's on the run all the time. I don't know if he's like, you can't really stay with it. Because even have a home. Yeah. Kiss your whatever first of all. 'cause she number two doesn't live like fulltime 'cause chic. No. Did she get because she gets a straight or there's like five battles on cacique? Now, I I mean, you'd be financially secure Landau. But I feel like Chewbacca would protect me in Landau after what he did to Hawn. He made it right? But also like, I don't know if I could trust them. He has back to the wall, though, you know, like, wouldn't you? I mean, the long play worked out I will say that. I am very excited that Billy Dee is back for nine by the way. Yeah. Me too..
"konkan" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast
"So that was definitely a she's doing, but you member when you to the soundboard you got on a little bit earlier seek attested the end the first time that you got the iota say Yoda, I fucking cry laughing. Like, I was so good. Did he didn't he didn't even he didn't really laugh. He just was like what's that? And then I read the room, and that podcast and just did it a few more times. But I'd be careful, and we need Jeff speak. Let's be clear like Jeff keeps us on the rails. He's very good at hosting. We we need him. Yes. I think so. I'm glad he does that for us because it's a smooth production. What we have him. But I I also think I don't think he gets mad at us. When we go off the rails. I think he gets mad at us when we do something unexpected. Yeah. I think that's more than anything else. Deviate off schedule. All right second. Last question for troll your play. Putt putt at park king in Arlington heights, Illinois. No as very specific. And I just assume because he has it that it would make sense. But thanks for wasting our time at the question like that. No. But I did I did snowboard at this place called raging buffalo in out Gakuen. I think is where it is. We're out on the world is in New York gawk ones in let's see opened up. The Chicago land map a raging buffalo snowboard ski park. It. Just as hill at some toe ropes on it just go there. Scott fun gone Quinn is northwest Konkan is a little bit to the west of Arlington heights. So I lived in crystal lake so it's kinda like off the beaten path in terms of the Chicago suburbs is up. There is is more north. I mean, I I'm so out of my element. Anytime you guys DVD into the mid west finish kogo once at night that's about as far gives more north. I don't really know Chicago geography, something I'm just very very bad at you know, when you're young, and you don't truly understand where you're at. Yeah. That was me. All right last question. Fuck Mary kill to Bach Landau in our to two. I'm not sure what I pick with this. I think I'm going to marry Landau because land is the richest indefinitely like out gold Landau. He's a fucking Barron. Administrative cloud city that dude got clout some money. He's a fucking pimp you dresses, nice, and he smooth and sexy Chewbacca. I mean, I just can't fuck to bucket, and I can't be fucked by two bucks sued break me in my what? And I just don't wanna fuck to bucket. Kills him. I'm gonna kill him. And I'm gonna I'm gonna fuck are due to. I would I would fuck Lando. And then I think I would marry chew Baca because he would protect me be my be my strongman hold me in his arms late late at night in. I would kill to detour. Because I think I would feel I wouldn't feel bad about killing a robot. Yeah. I guess so I do like that. But number one, I don't think like Juba does not have a lot of money as a rebel. He's on the run all the time. I don't know if he's like, you can't really stay with it. Because even have a home. Yeah. Kiss your whatever first of all. 'cause she number two doesn't live like fulltime 'cause chic. No. Did she get because she gets a straight or there's like five battles on cacique? Now, I I mean, you'd be financially secure Landau..
"konkan" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Then westbrook. Do you recognize my problem? How to get those word Cup without having most of them slop over into the Sasha. That is only part of the difficulty before taking any action. However, I want you as the teacher who will be giving the examination who have a full say all decisions concerning the war. Well, thank you. Mr. the that Barings brevity is faulty needed here. I have been casting about for the one word that would sum up the essence of this pride. How to instead of giving a test with merely straight question. I thought I consult with you about the possibility of having a brief composition pharma potett, well that composition that could be judged along with the other questions because not only are different penmanship, but also originality of basic clever phraseology. The word which embodies those. Earlier. The correct one replace however, the ball going to the engraver I made up my mind to do nothing without your go ahead. Miss brooke. Well after all it's only fair. No, it seems to me appending your approval naturally NAT got that in. It seems that the word unique most closely typifies what Iraq unique means unmatched without unequal. Unlike anything else? Westbrook's how about having the inscription read the Yoda rich award for unique achievement inning. I knew you'd like. Mattress quote toasting copy all thanked. Well, we certainly accomplished a lot while you were in the kitchen Margaret, yes, indeed just shows you what can be done what Mr. confident I put his head together. Teamwork. That counts of spirit of cooperation. Oh that must be Walter now, excuse me. Greetings, perishable possible English. Teachers. Morning. Event of all possible pupil come in. You see before you were bear. Cheerful tidings, you are hereby invited to a party tonight. Thanks, walter. I have some fighting for you to Vermont ended the dynamic. Okay. Miss brooks. I just called Harriet Konkan to invite her to the party, and she told me your father was really on the warpath this morning. We couldn't find one of his socks or something. Not now. Walter. Begnaud.
"konkan" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast
"And then when I'm already intoxicated, it gets even worse. Like a challenge. It wasn't even that, like you guys would spin the wheel and it landed on everyone takes three shots, and I'll I was like, how? How do just one shot? How about three people do one shot, sort of what I three. And you're like, no, and you grab the bottle. Chugging it. It was a the best decision, not a, not at all. It was for charity is a good cause. There's a, there's a wing of the children's hospital now named after Hristo, which it'd be faster cheese domain. No God, no, that she still. When's the last time you? So beckon? I say it all the time. We grew up in towns really close to each other, like small towns out on the border. When's the last time you were you were down there. Down there in June, wait, no, wait. I didn't go to Korea, but I went to Konkan in July Hooker out closer to Volvo. Yeah, organ content. Can you say? Yeah, we have a house there. You know, it's like the the revere of the south west, right? It was like ten houses there now they're townhouses. Yeah. Okay. All along. So see, I went for my birthday speaking of this because I wanted to get away from everyone and have some peace and quiet for a weekend there. Yeah, it's really, really scenic. Haven't taken a vacation like that where you just go to some cottage or like a cabin or something in the middle of nowhere. Just like spend time there. I've done like work retreat, things like to work on something and then like go to like an Airbnb or cottage or something, and just like lock in leave really four or five days. I mentioned that'd be really fun. I mean, we were working like a lot so, but it was like very cathartic in a weird way back. Yeah. Like, hey, we have a job. We're not leaving this this place until. I did something similar but kind of the opposite. And I'm gonna tell you what that is right after I read this thing,.
"konkan" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"The edge ruth gator ruth bader ginsburg encased in carbonate until the next session now before the break talking about the toxic masculinity at least that's tough some portrait that want to bring about a communist revolution and of course they see white christian males as a threat to that that's exactly what this is just call it what it is this is straight up racism tack on white males do you think for one minute academia whatever call a black male toxic masculinity no wouldn't fly in the cultural diversity what inclusion blah blah blah blah tolerance center where they're making six figures salaries to run out that propaganda crap now let's talk about the female side yeah those with different plumbing than the male side yeah here women's discounts down off of the college fixes walkouts fixed countless is a guy named george konkan he's reporting from emory university where's emory's at north carolina i think it's one of them that carolina's i'm pretty sure women's studies courses signs action project to improve women's lives we're kind of going to school today wouldn't you say hang on a second i have to move this put this piece up on facebook and i'm staring at ruth bader ginsburg she's encased in carbonate freaking me out oh and hey write this down i think already told you this the first part of the show i love this i watched trump last night try out the cavenaugh family and that was great what a great what a great american family what a real american exceptional wholesome a norman rockwell esque family both of them work their butts off to go through law school kavanagh's mom and dad are are attorney slash judges and those two beautiful girls they're one of them named liza i liked that americans maybe officially elizabeth who knows but i liked that liza by the way if you're having a female baby that will be born biologically female no matter what they call themselves later on in life they will be female if they're born female you may want to start using names like liza ruby trixie cool names nobody used them anymore let's talk about women's studies courses signs action project to improve women's lives as a part of major requirement to graduate from a degree in women's studies women's days from iowa state university undergraduates must take a class where students undertake projects.
"konkan" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast
"It's it's entertaining to at the very least to say okay you can't tell me that you don't enjoy watching all this chaos and sue all right but nonetheless all right now we're gonna move over to the soccer world where it's still pretty popular and social media side but on the less we're talking about zindedine sadan real madrid manager former real madrid manager called a press conference today and shockingly announced that he'd be resigning okay i don't think i've fully grasped him resigning yet i mean it's it's it's a bowl it's not a bold move to shocking move but nonetheless i think i understand why he's done it okay during his time with madrid he's one of the league title he's won three championship titles and a bunch of others okay he's been fairly successful i'd say with real madrid all right and let's let's give a overlook overview on real madrid the way they deal with their managers okay other than the mexican national team job i'd say that coaching real madrid is probably the one with the least amount of job security the mexican national team because i mean you don't beat jamaica whatever in konkan have cloth qualifying you will get fired it is ridiculous how often they threw managers all right but then the less real madrid is also one where the expectations are yeah the expectations are one where it's basically you're winning every year okay enza done is kind of set someone real expectations for next season if you were to be going back given that i said he's won three champions league three straight all right which is ridiculous why would you put yourself under that pressure rather than leaving on your own terms and leaving as a highly regarded manager in the world especially with real madrid all right in this kind of does open the door for him coming back also all right i've seen that the don wants the france managerial job and i mean who wouldn't that's a lot of talent there to deal with okay and obviously he wants to move onto other challenges and we kinda saw this when pep forty i'll gordon all left barcelona okay it's not like barcelona were terrible so they had to get rid of pep no is just pet one way too much in eventually as odd as it may sound winning does get old.
"konkan" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"And if you think about the two worst foreign policy blunders in modern history they all the war in vietnam where the johnson administration used the gulf of konkan resolution to suck america into that vietnam quagmire it just so happened that gulf of tonkin incident turned out to be ally and johnson and mcnamara his secretary defense essentially lied to congress in light of the american people and an entire generation of young people suffered terribly as a result of that well then you'd think fifteen years ago today the war in iraq where we had a republican president george w bush dick cheney vice president lying to the american people about saddam hussein colluding with osama bin laden involved in nine eleven not true working on weapons of mass destruction not show we went into that will which these stabilized the middle east resulted in hundreds of thousands of people dying displacement of millions of people forty four hundred of our own young men and women dying in that war what's the commonality of those two was congress did not clay the constitutional role that is supposed to audible one section eight says it is congress not the president who declares war we have abdicated that responsibility right now in yemen we have not believable humanitarian disaster a million people with cholera forty thousand wounded ten thousand dead millions of people being displaced congress has got to determine whether or not our military plays a role in that war we have not done that and that's what i try to do today the argument of the trump administration in those who voted against us i think is that the us has an interest in essentially helping the saudis defeat the insurgents in yemen and aid the blockade which as you said in all organizations have said is caused tremendous almost unfathomable.
"konkan" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Mobster and could have been a russian mobster tough guy with a gun on him and then seaton's honest mccauley konkan kick yeah and mccauley kok it has a hole in his movie home alone that had bothered him is entire life yeah uh that this kid kevin mcallister did i he's there and the his parents forget him at home and he's got these two burglars who are trying to break into the house and the kid out smarts them at every possible terni draws up the most amazing diabolical traps that these students any doesn't put some through this absolute torture fest for two hours uh and all of the time the kid could have just picked up the phone and call the cops and that's bothered mccauley clock in a year ireland he's like i just can't get it out of my head beyond he just call the cops you can order pizza to do all of this stuff built a new wing on the house but couldn't call hillpeko just call the police to be like hey my parents forgot me and i don't know where they are or others bad guys trying to break into my house it is a great movie though great movie just got a little bit of a whole and yeah i wonder as ever anybody compiled a list of great movies with a like a big hole in us call the internet oh essentially what it was founded on i think you are like shawshank redemption has a big one the one bit of yeah i don't know if you want me to know no go ahead spoiler sure yeah how did andy defraigne get the poster back on the wall from inside the tunnel that he dug boom in howen the warden rips what say you fussy bridges british poster off the post together raquel wealth and they discover the tunnel yeah i was he able to put it back up so smooth and perfect from inside the tunnel you can't mm yeah they're held the plot hall literally literally platt tunnel no like at the apple.
"konkan" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"You know john you took an eye on that but who did you book for today but what if that falls through last minute it's not going to fall through that very eager we've got a we've got a very exciting man by the name of norms self who is an eighty three year old pornstar oh yeah i mean i'd rather talked to him than a than us than a lady who had a proposal to convert it was really just a point of like martin important like what are you doing mary lou with your life that you don't want to have a fun little mama with us on the radio but maybe they've heard of my uh my propensity to make concrete jokes and they don't want to talk to me so i center multiple message i could see were red then i so then i was like really sell on at this morning all we hong kong every friday it's fun we love you to be a part of it yeah no response nothing nothing at all nothing meanwhile the porno man got back to me for the sun came home and was like i'll be there you would think her a car honking services are really sought after a la you want it so there was a cop proposal yes you think she want to share that message of love and joy and conch to the world you would think maybe she could have has he's heard your concombinate sheen won a r us you might not be than oppressed no no how the opposite in want learned she has won any of this house khan conquered here i don't know well john keep tryon your not gonna stop caulking we're not gonna stop honking the konkan neon soon uh in our in honor of that lady and every one who's hong kong before ooh we.
"konkan" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"A favor and spill with some of that salt on your collective wounds as a reminder that you did not belong in the playoffs to begin with on war any fan base that celebrates mediocrity like eight championship war hawk placing a moratorium on any correspondents in the jungle from bills mafia and so they actually win a game that matters signed jesse formerly of konkan now el paso it's not unfair it is not unfair i hype bail out of bills mafia the bills mafia was feeling it they had their chances they had their shot they could get it done they couldn't finish now jesse to be fair i want to say you had a lot more gloss when you're emailing me from germany then you do from el paso nothing against obasanjo i dislike the we had a listener in germany jesse formerly of kach i mean your committee yourself you cited formally o'clock and like maybe i might i know the you're the guy the usda email from germany i know jesse i know it seems like emails were better when they came from germany nobody else you mafia you know it's common bills mafia yudo that's common you can expect a whole lot more that jacksonville fan sorry fired up she's fans don't don't act like that didn't happen he did happen again it always happens except this time it happened at home when you are a twenty one two three lead so get up in here and let's talk about exactly what did happen and credit to tennissee took a lot of heat prior to that game coach was in trouble franchise quarterback did not have the kind of year they expect him to have and then they fall behind 21 three nothing goes right in the first half and they find a way to get it done love it absolutely love it phone lines are wide open in our number one in less we add a third guest in a row chasing right now you know the best way to get through hit me up on the phones it be applied twitter heavy upon email the show is being simulcast on cbs sports network were ready to have another huge week here on the jungle thick short time out calls our next a fresh new year has begun and if you're setting new.
"konkan" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Compost on the other side and i'm gonna tell you whenever i went to pot up anything i would go or transplant anything i go out there and my good compost any was so rich in y'all all my neighbors wanted so they'll did the konkan loopier compost why had a big compost pows geno norris yazdi i take take which what an people would would do that and i was just totally surprised at how fast i could compost and i was to it now frankly the boards that i use to again non pressure treated odd did not last they if i could get a season out of the boy words i felt blast so i was constantly specially down at the bottom i was constantly replacing boards because they would just rot away in the get termites and so then i would here's what i would do i i remember getting subterranean termites in a out on the lower boards so i replace them and i took the boards with the termites and i just moved over civil to stuck in the middle of the compost duluth termites would keep eating them and they did because i think it was pine who's used cheap pine in a termites just chewed that would up in the night compost the would how is that no i mean just that that was pretty cool so then i got the bright idea when the termites were attacking the new would again and this happens that.