19 Burst results for "Konkan"
Futbol Americas: The Impact of Pulisic's Absence With the USMNT
"Pulisic despite clearing kobe protocols and training. Monday and tuesday in nashville did not travel to san salvador. He's gonna miss tonight's match as a result. Your member prolific announced. He tested positive for covert nineteen back on august eighteen then spent at least ten days in isolation so means he's staying back at the us camp in nashville to keep training ahead of sunday's qualifier against candidate. Here's from the coach. On the decision to leave pulisic behind we really didn't get to assess him In a proper way and seed his fitness levels the next couple of days. We'll be working with him to see you know to see exactly where he is. And we'll get a report when we get back you know are are more arguably our best. Best player can't participate. It's covert two weeks before he and he's out of Potential three games last played on august fourteenth in the premier league against crystal palace. Here we see a look at the. Us record without christian pulisic to be fair. They played a lot of games in recent memory without their star player. What's the impact specifically for the us. Her against greg called them their best player right debatable. It's i don't think it's debate. Christian pulisic is not only your best player he asks happens to be the symbol to all konkan calf for what is this new generation of stars. The man just want a championship title when you talk about the national team and how far they can go. The conversation starts and ends with christian pulisic so you don't have them for arguably the most important game of this atop the very first one because as we've seen in previous editions it doesn't matter what country you're if you start off on the wrong foot the us showed it lasts. Go around by losing. Well it puts you behind the eight ball. mexican dozen. Fourteen didn't get good results jamaica as setup that disastrous campaign and they went into the playoffs playing games so yes this is the ideal situation when your best player. Your symbol. The man who was the face of. Us soccer and the men's side can't play.
"konkan" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry
"I'm going to say an anarchist. That's a little bit of what you've always said. I would probably what you tell you. Bob is tom is. Don't try and give the answers but just would that be a fair assessment of the one hundred. I think he's like no. Nobody likes being told. Well today. that'd be nice But we will really deep down. We know what we need to do to change the situations that we've got us into the down. We know that actually we just need the opportunity to be able to. I know flight in the site space and solve the issue ourselves. Because he's going up in here now head it because west and west west and i'm sure every listen to spent at least one night life sitting up or laying in bed worrying about whatever it may be creating. The worst case scenario possible primitive brain likes to look for scandal different possible options the worst case scenarios and we just y y y but actually if we get out of our head if we talked to somebody about it. We'll say well. Actually if i did this. And then i went into dan. They sold their infants. I had a guy Give you a quick example at gotta come down to lines h. q. pre pandemic and site told me about large stuff new off Personality soda eighteen month waiting list. When he's highly has is his moment he to out the house but wife doesn't like leaving the house because if he leaves the house she doesn't Him so she stops guy now. Which makes he's case tiga konkan He's an artist..
"konkan" Discussed on The Bad Boys
"This is going to be the last time we do for. Twenty twenty but Injury what's happening in the news. Welcome to the wisest news in the world and the last news. Report for twenty twenty. What a fucking crazy year span. I mean really knocking thoughts if it wasn't sheet enough with a large bushfire front of necessarily is history and kanye west of will turkey's running for president then covert arrived and completely fucked david everything up the twenty twenty planning dr. He was determined as the biggest waste of money for the as we pants. And the need to knock off before you started drinking but if every clinks twenty twenty one is going to be better hugh obviously not been paying attention now have you covered his still wreaking havoc all over the world. The vaccine has arrived enough to only twenty four hours. A people getting the jab in the uk adverse reactions of already had the health departments with the tile between they're coming up with excuses and the journalistic allies are already coming on done with cross effect is been used to promote this. Apparently saif exane. That will soon be causing more problems than the virus. Did and if that isn't problematic enough. The narrative has already started about a food shortage. That'll be taking over the world already. Femmes konkan enough people to help them pick their stock. International transportation of food is apparently being shut down because of the virus. But this is all just another bullshit narrative that doesn't add up but that won't stop them using to control the good people of the world. Either way i recommend you enjoy twenty twenty. Alas because she's his a better get really real twenty twenty year of nervous. Twenty twenty one. If it's anything like twenty twenty eyeglass be nothing like twenty twenty now. now we're up or sign. There's doubt they're in their voice. It's the one good thing about this year. At least it's hot up a little. Yeah that into hard and does not have been a lot of. There's been a lot of really shit things that have happened this year and You know and You know. I think the for those who who you know darren's over say no no longer with us. You know that was a really shitty thing that happened We count it but You know it made us all. I think a lot stronger and made us really look at at ask selves this year and go. Well you know what we can have shit things happen to us but we can still continue. We can still take it and And still move forward and and so. That's what we did. you know. Twenty twenty you can fuck fuck off. Twenty twenty s twenty twenty one is on. Its y. that's it. I agree earlier. This year are reported on the next up and coming stocks to watch with giraffe milking studying to tuykov as a next big hips to thing to spend too much money on. Although at the time the scientists and product developers having difficulty with high salt levels in the giraffe milk until they realized that maybe they should try milking females instead these lead to a big turn production volumes enticed although he created a big issue for any levels in the mile giraffes of the nine are longer received the twice daily but the surprising outcomes for mola's droff milking is that the value of ladder companies went through the roof kickstarted by trump's wool but with production of tool that has been stronger than any other time in history short people nor longer lift out of the mix in applying for the much coveted giraffe milking positions in fact apparently porn stars across. The world are retraining as we speak off the covert shut down their industry because a social distancing but it was discovered they strong grip forum strengthen the right shaking the souls bottle skillset made them a perfect milkis for all of these told beasts however there was initially some difficulty in training the new stuff not the fuck the animals off to is that look we will live and learn anyway. Draft milk and draft chases a note on the only products hitting the shows with giraffe patent clothing. Now sit to be bigger than lipid print with silos across logan merrick villa mount jewett leading a positive trend in bergen. Way you've gotta you gotta she she. She's lost it lost county st- can look at it. You're up the same game actually was listening gung ho. It didn't hear about the giraffe milk. Stop all la inch. Come on come on a monday. Paid physicist drink in the fridge. Jeez what doing the news reports throughout the year has been giving me great joy particularly trying to incite a reaction out of The co hosted by taking them by surprise and it's definitely worth going back throughout the year and having a good listen to some of those episodes because they they're a good chuckle. Gosh yes you do it. Well you just succeeded beautifully. Andrew genuinely leasing going. These could be in you third world sauce. We could be you know. We could also had me on the edge of his seat for a second. Let me guess. I had you.
"konkan" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Today's first guest is author Donald Ray Pollock, , whose novel the devil all the time has just been made into a new netflix movie premiering next Wednesday. . It Stars Tom Holland and Robert Pattinson, , and here's a taste in this clip. . A young boy has just watched his father pulverized two guys after they made lewd comments about the father's wife, , the son's mother. . Afterward the father gives his son some advice. . You remember what I told you. . On. . The buzzer gave you. . That's what I mean. . got. . To. . Sir. . Good sons of bitches out there. . One hundred. . These that many. . Cannonball. . In, , both the movie and the novel the characters in the devil all the time are driven to extremes whether their fathers and sons, , serial killers or preachers. . The story begins in the small town of knock him stiff a real place in southern Ohio where Donald Ray pollock grew up. . He didn't become a writer until he put in over thirty years at the local paper mill and got sober. . But. . Once he did start writing. . He was noticed quickly receiving both awards and critical. . Acclaim. . Terry, , gross spoke to Donald Ray pollock in twenty eleven when the devil, , all the time was first published. . Donald, , Ray pollock welcome to fresh air. . I'd like to start with reading from your new book, , the Devil, all , the time <hes>. . It's about the second paragraph from the prologue. . So would you just set it up for us? ? What we have here is <hes>. . A young boy's name is Arvin Eugene Russell and he's <hes> following behind his father Willard and there and <hes> <hes> place called knock him stiff and they're going to Willard's prayer logging as a log in the woods where he <hes>. . Wants to communicate with God and <hes>. . So this is where they are. . You know early in the morning and their. . <hes> have finally reached this log. . Willard eased himself down on the high side of the law and motion for his son to kneel beside him in the dead soggy leaves unless he had whiskey running through his veins Willard came to the clearing every morning and evening talk to God. . Arvin didn't know which was worse the drinking or the praying. . As far back, , as he could remember, , it seemed that his father had faulted devil all the time. . Arvin little with the damp pulled his Co. tighter. . He wished he were still in bed even school with always miseries was better than this but it was a Saturday and there was no way to get around it. . Through the mostly bare trees beyond the cross Arvin could see whisper smoke rising from a few chimneys, , half a mile away four hundred or so people lived in, , knock him stiff in nineteen, , fifty seven nearly all of them connected by blood through one godforsaken clam or another be it lust were necessity or just plain ignorance along with the tar paper shacks and Cinder Block houses the Holler included two general stores and a Church of Christ in Christian Union and joint known throughout the township as the bullpen. . Three days before he'd come home with another black I I, , don't condone no fighting just for the hell of it but sometimes, , you're just too easy going Willard told him that evening then boys might be bigger than you. . But the next time one of them starts his stuff, , I want you to finish it. . Willard was standing on the porch changing out of his work clothes. . He handed Arvin Brown pants stiff with dried blood and Greece. . He worked in a slaughterhouse in Greenfield and that day sixteen hundred homes had been butchered a new record for RJ Carol meat-packing. . Those boy didn't know yet what he wanted to do when he grew up he was pretty sure he didn't WanNa kill pigs for eleven. . Let's Donald Ray pollock reading from his new novel, , the Devil, , all the time. . You know in the reading that you did the father tells the sun that the next time. . So many beats him up the sun has to fight back and that seems to be. . A recurring theme like in the opening story of your collection of short stories, , the collections called knock him stiff. . The opening sentence reads my father showed me how to hurt a man one August night at the torch in when I was seven years old it was the only thing he was ever any good at. . You certainly seem interested in the idea of a father. . Kind of indoctrinating a sun on the need to fight back and then egging on to do it even when it's inappropriate. . <hes> so was is this a story that played out in your life? ? Well, , not so much in my life I. . Mean as far as I don't my dad really didn't push me to fight or anything like that. . But you know when I was growing up my father and I had a very <hes>. . Uneasy relationship. . You've got to understand my dad was born in one, , thousand, , nine, , hundred, , thirty he's still alive. You . know he's eighty years old and he's still kicking but <hes>. . He was born in. . Nineteen thirty grew up in the depression I went to the eighth grade. . He <hes> was working on the railroad by the time he was sixteen, , and then he was in the navy. . And, , my dad is a very tough. . Hard. . <hes> man Stra very strong man. . As and in contrast to that, , my mother is very shy kind. . Small Bone woman. . and. . Either fortunately or unfortunately for me, , I took after my mother and I believe. . When I was a kid, , my dad was. . Maybe disappointed for not taking after him more. . So. . You know that's where I guess part of that comes from it and part of it also comes from. . Lived in stiff. . That's where I grew up and I saw a lot of <hes> other fathers who were you know drinkers and hell raisers and <hes> they didn't treat their families very well <hes>. . You know maybe they went and worked for a while and. . I got enough money to go on another band or whatever, and , pretty much left the family to <hes> take care of themselves. . So, , yeah father's <hes> have a pretty rough time and my work <hes> I just. . It's just. . <hes>. . You know I'm a father. . You know I have a daughter WHO's <hes> I'm thirty years old now and I have always felt that I. . Wasn't. . As good as I could have been. . Her mother and I were divorced when she was very young she was like a year old and and I wasn't around that much and. . <hes>. . That's probably the best explanation. . I can give for <hes> why <hes> treat father's like I do my work. . Were you bullied in school. . You said you, , you took after your mother who wouldn't hurt a fly. . So and if you were bullied, , would you fight back? ? Did you know how to actually I wasn't bullied in school I? ? Never really had any problems with that and yeah, , I. . Mean a would fight back if I had to but. . That situation you know didn't come about very much probably you know just. . No more than any other normal kid you know might face that sort of thing. . But. . Yeah. . I mean I wasn't really interested in <hes>. . Working on cars or farm or anything like that was more of A. . I won't call myself a bookworm because we really didn't have that many books but you know I like to read and watch old movies and drawl and stuff like that and <hes>. . My Dad. . Just you know he's a very practical man I mean, , even today you know his idea of success is. . Owning your own farm, , starting your own business or something like that and I know that he probably looks on <hes> what I'm doing now is. . A pretty useless way to spend your life trying to write books. . Would you describe what the town of knock him stiff was like when you were growing up well, , when I was growing up there it was. . You know relocated for us. . Ok we'll knock him stiff. . is about thirteen miles west of chillicothe Theo, , which is you know southern Ohio. . It was its own little place. You . know there wasn't much else around there but it was a community <hes>. . There were three small general stores and a bar and a church, , and probably four hundred, , fifty, , five, , hundred people now I probably was related to. . At least half those people. . So did you find this <hes> nurturing being in a town where half the people in it were related to you or incredibly claustrophobic? ? I think when I was a kid when I was a kid I was claustrophobic for me. . You know I was one of those kids I was always unsatisfied I always wanted to be. . Else and somewhere else. . And so from a very early age. . You know I was thinking about escaping from the hauler. . I just <hes>. . Thought that I'd rather be somewhere else are somewhere else. . But where you are as in Chile coffee which is. . PHILADELPHIA, , which is about thirteen miles away like you got out but you didn't go very far. . I, really , didn't get out I mean that's the weird contradiction of that whole thing you know i. . Wanted to escape and <hes> them what I finally got my chance or whatever I. . I chose to stay I'm out at knock stiff at least once a week even today <hes>. . Ladder parents go to visit. . My parents are still alive. . You know I have a brother and two sisters and they all live fairly close to there and <hes>. . So I. . Think though as far as escape goes what happened with me was I quit high school when I was seventeen. . And I went to work in a meat packing plant <hes> much like Weller work, , Dan? ? And then when I was eighteen I moved to Florida you know that was going to be I was going to get away that you know by moving to Florida and I was down are working a job in a nursery and I wasn't making much money or anything only been there a few months my dad called and said. . Hey, , I can get you a job at the paper mail if you come back up here so. . I chose to come back. . You know the <hes> paper Mills Calling <hes> it was union job and great benefits and. . And I knew you know for a high school dropout that was probably going to be the best job I. . Ever got. . You had that job for. . How many years did you work at the paper mill? ? I? ? was there thirty two years and you didn't start writing till you were around fifty or is that is fifth well I'm fifty six now and I started writing when I was forty five. . Okay. . So how come it took so long did you know? ? When you weren't writing did you know that you had that in you? ? Well. . You know I'd always been a big reader as I said and I love books. . And I think maybe in the back of my mind, , you know always thought writing would be a great way to get by in the world and you know, , of course, I , was very naive about it. . The principal reasons for me you know as far as being a writer were one, , you were your own boss. . To you could do it anywhere. . And three, , you made lots of money. . Wasn't until actually began writing it. . I found out. . That was a real true. . But I. . Think you know Sorta like maybe a fantasy that? ? It was in the back of my mind for a long time. . I had a problem with drinking and for a number of years and you know it was one of those fantasies that when you got half loaded and <hes>. . You started daydreaming or whatever it was. . One of those things that you thought about right thought about. . But it wasn't really. . You know I went to school when I was in my thirties I went to college I went to Ohio University and I ended up with a degree in English and <hes> You. . Know even while I was there though I wasn't thinking about being a writer I never took any writing workshops or anything like that. . But then finally when I was forty five <hes> my dad retired from the paper mill. . And there was just something about watching him retire and go home. . and. . You know that was you know pretty much the end of his career and it really. . Bothered me and I. . Just. decided. . . I had to try something else you know. . To some other way to. . Spend the rest of my life. . So. . When you decided, , you wanted to learn how to write what did that mean? ? Any. Writers . or anything in for <hes> a while I just sort of scribbled and struggled. . And then I'd read an interview with <hes> a writer and I can't recall her name now or no it was a lady. . But she talked about typing out other people's stories as a means of maybe getting closer to them or just learn how to put a story together. . and. So . I started doing that. . Who did you type out? ? I typed out a lot of different stories I. . I was typing out a story at least once a week and that went on for about a year and a half. . So John. . cheever hemingway. . Flannery. . O'Connor Richard. Yates . <hes>, , Dennis Johnson the you know the list just goes on and on if it was a story that I really liked and it wasn't. . <hes>. . Long I, , type it out, , and then I carry it around with me for a week and you look at over and you know jot notes on stuff like that, , and then I'd throw it away and do another one. . Typing a story out, , just was a much better way for me to see how you know person puts dial together or you know. . Moose from one scene to the next <hes> that sort of thing. . Was it hard for you to find your subject matter as a writer? ? Well when I first started. . Trying to learn how to write. . As. . I said like maybe I would <hes> copy out John cheever story. . So then I would try to write my own story about some East Coast suburbanite having unfair. . Something like that or maybe I'd write about a re Rita Andrei debut story, , and then I'd write about a Catholic priest. . and. . So I did that for maybe two years or so and it just wasn't working at all for me. . and. . Then filing maybe at about two and a half years, , I wrote a story that's included in the book. . Knock him stiff called back teen. . And it's a very short story. . and. . It's about these two losers sitting in a donut shop. . And that was the first thing that I had. . Written that I thought wasn't too bad. . And so then I increasingly started focusing on you know the people that I knew about <hes> instead of nurses, , lawyers, , that sort of thing that I had absolutely no idea. . How to write about There's a passage in your new novel that's about a bus driver and the bus drivers father had gotten a certificate from the railroad for not missing a single day of work in twenty years and bus drivers. . Mother always held this up as like what you could do. . If you really you know were strive and tried to accomplish something when the bus drivers father died the bus driver hope that that certificate would be buried with his father's. . We didn't have to look at it anymore, , but instead his mother just like. . Put It on the wall, , display it in the living room. . And then the bus driver thinks it wore on you after a while other people's accomplishments. . I love that sentence <hes> did you ever feel that way I mean he kochman here seems. . So relatively small like a good attendance record and not to knock that. . But for that to be like, , you know the zenith of <hes> somebody's life is. . You. . <hes> but did you feel that way that a war on you? ? Other People's accomplishments? ? I don't think that I paid so much attention to other people's. . Successes or whatever. . But I, know , that I was aware you know by the time. . I was thirty two or so and I've been working at the mail for about fourteen years. . And I knew that all the guys that I had come in with you got hired about the same time as mayor guys even much later than that. . You know they own their own home. . Maybe. . They owned a boat and they had two or three vehicles and they were married and had kids and on and on and on. . You know in contrast to them. . I've been divorced twice. . I'd filed bankruptcy when I got sober I was living in this little very small apartment above this garage. . Of. . Motel Room and I've been living there for about. . Four or five years. . I owned a black and white TV that my sister had given me and I had this seventy six chevy that had the whole side of smashed in and that was it. . You know for fourteen years of working there. . That's what I had. . And so you know there was that sense I guess of me just being a failure. . Wasn't really that I wasn't jealous of those people or anything like that. . I, , mean I had enough sense to know that you know where I ended up was my own fault. . But there was always that that idea in back of my head that. . I could have done more you know I could maybe went to college or something you know. . I'm sure you know if I'd wanted to go to school when I was eighteen, , my dad would try to help me. . and. . That's not the route that I chose though how has your life changed? ? Now as a published writer, , you have a collection of short stories. . You have a new novel you got a thirty five thousand dollars cash prize, , the pen, , Robert Bingham Award. . So, , what's different about your life? ? <hes> well, , I have a lot more time to just set on the porch and. . Smoke and daydream. . Think it's a legitimate. . Yeah well, , at least that's what I tell my wife. . <hes>. . But my life hasn't really changed that much I. . Mean I get a lot more emails. . Now you know that sort of thing, , but you know I still live in the same house I still pretty much. . You know my daily routine is. . I really can't say that it's changed that much. . It's a good life and I'm thrilled that you know I've got a publisher and. . You know had at least a little bit of success. . You know I know a lot of writers out there a lot of writers out there who are much better than I am. . And would. . Probably give their left arm. . To be setting, , you know where I'm setting today. . Well Donald Ray, , pollock thing you so much for talking with us. . Terry I appreciate. . It. . Made my day. . Donald Ray pollock speaking to Terry Gross in twenty eleven. . The devil all the time a new movie based on his novel of the same name.
"konkan" Discussed on The Propaganda Report
"Learning about it I'm going to go visit Bellamy when I'm on the East Coast. Super excited and I'm going to go down this path, but this is going to be a long and arduous journey. I'm reading the New Libertarian Manifesto by Konkan. Konkan and S C K three. And I i. mean this is going to be a is really going to absorb minds higher life, but I feel like. People are doing it. You GotTa do I. Think it is the only answer. It is one of the answers, but it's not as easy to just turn a switch. Flip a switch and go over to that. We can do it and we can go through a process of learning, but we're in grain system that we've been in our entire lives. It's reflexive to us. We know how to operate within that system. This system that system is a completely different system that we would have to learn the skills to survive in, and then make a routine and habit while also breaking ourselves from this and society is not set up to make that easy. And if you have I, I'm curious. If people WANNA share their experiences with me on this, I'm absolutely open to whatever you can find me on twitter or just. Any way you want patrons, you can talk me there on paper on, but if you do unless you're I, just wonder how people do it. Who Do not have an abundance of time or a little extra money or have the most important thing for me is having dependence dependence. Who really absorb the time that you might you know used to? To learn this because we don't know what we don't know I'm sitting here talking about this. I know how to read books so I bought books. That I'm reading them, but I'm sure that like I. Just got a bunch of fish because my turtle ran away and nine of ten of them died. Wait I, know turtle ran away Well I'm sure it crawled slowly away, but he had a little playpen in the back, which was fine for like five years. He lives in a tank, but put him outside when it's sunny and I think the landscaper must have broken something and it got away I'd found on the street in the first place, so it's not like. I mean it just didn't like being. Home. Maybe I live near like a garden now and maybe it went to there, but anyway I, nine of ten SOC. I got these fish and I was like. How does turtle tank I don't know if it's going to convert the like. Yeah, do this do that and I did it and Bob. He didn't tell me that you could like test the water. So. I didn't know that the water was like not ready and I put these fish in. There's one left I named Hercules so anybody strongest fish. Yes, yes, I, maybe it'll just spontaneously reproduce, but anyway so I'm buying like stones and wood and stuff to put it in the water to make it like more got a heater. I got all this stuff. I'm just saying. I am killing a lot of fish here and I'm going to I'm not gonNA kill anymore because I didn't even know they were going to die, but like it's taking a lot. For me because I'm a city girl to get a fish tank going, am I really going to harvest cherries off my own tree. Anytime soon. Yeah, we live in a society that is rapidly running in the opposite direction of living off of the land and being self-sustaining, where it's running in the direction of we don't do anything technologies as everything for us, and we just like that movie were just there while clone goes and lives our lives, so it is right. I really worry about the solar radiation management and the aluminum. That rains down I mean you can think? They're not doing it, but they're definitely going to do it. They are doing it, but even if they don't. They say they're going to do it. They are going to do it. And how is that going to affect? People who aren't aren't adopting what I think is going to be? Indoor or heart heart highly artificial farming, if genetically modifying plants and stuff to grow in a world that they are then going to environmentally modify. Where am I going to be with? The Cherry tree spent ten years growing. Yeah plus not giving up I'm just saying like it's. It's not easy, it's. A long road up it up so that my kids commitment. Yeah I'm doing it so that when they reach my position and like they're like oh mom. You were so right and be like, and that's why I planted this tree. Yes, and they will appreciate that when they get my sees where my mouth is. Did you hear the story. Is a double entendre. NON-SEXUAL HR did you see the story about six flags today? That was in the news..
"konkan" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show
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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.
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"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.
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"North Koreans started the Korean war, the North Vietnamese stars, the Vietnam more that didn't French that didn't happen didn't happen. No. I mean, the big thing that they helped me out here, gene. I'm spinning the Gulf of Konkan gopher talking incident. That was the big one that really kind of brought was what brought the US in. But wasn't at the French were fighting there. I I I'm referring to bring in the US versus coffee, right? You also have the memo the famous memo that outlined exactly how the McCollum memo to exactly where they basically were trying to gin up conflict with the Japanese by blockading and doing all kinds of the fleet out of. Yeah. There's so there's there's all these things, and there's a lot of proof, and I don't know at what point something goes from being a conspiracy theory to being Baresi. But usually as decades and all these things are great. And a lot of them exposed the fact that the government lies, which they always do. Sure. Yes. If the government is talking. They're lion guaranteed. But it doesn't matter who it is the whole thing behind the the Chem trails is based on a few memos regarding experiments where they have actually sprayed things into the atmosphere. So it's based on a little bit of truth. Sure remember down in Florida before we moved the show up here. They had something. And I think probably the early aunts where they sprayed this stuff called malathion. And they thought it was going to deal with the the mosquito problem or something like that didn't they've dealt with bring things in the atmosphere. Try and get radar to work over the horizon, just all kinds of things that that doesn't mean that every airplane in the sky is right because it would take in order to put all those trails in the sky. It would take what the airlines have ten thousand airplanes flying around the skies every day. The government doesn't have ten thousand planes up. They're spraying. Paranoid. They're all working for the government. They can't thing is that you could put something in the jet fuel which you can't do that either. Because if you dilute the jets when you change the chemistry of the jet fuel airplanes won't reach their destination. They'll fall out of the sky because they're out of fuel all of these claims of the conspiracy theorists on the issue of so-called Chem trails are easily debunk caboodle by anybody. That knows about science in the atmosphere, and there's a great website. I would like to recommend people to if you're listening if you're listening out there. Well, it is true. I have seen photos somebody said on the internet. Here's another site on the internet that actually goes into the science of why contrails which is what we are seeing in the skies are a natural appearance and explains why they behave differently based on different circumstances in the atmosphere. And so it I'm not gonna read it again because I've done it a few times in the past and not the right time for it on a Saturday night. But there's they literally debunk everything that you can possibly imagine on contrails science dot com. And it's super easy to read. It's easy to understand. They explain the science, and, you know, easy to follow terminology and give examples, and it's really really useful. I don't think you'll find a pilot in the whole world that believes in the camp trail thing. But the thing is the government then considering. They're laughing at us because they use this to show that just because you're a conspiracy theorist you're nut. Right. And the truth is there's a lot of conspiracy out there. But they used things like this and Alex Jones crazy, you know. Trips into never never land show that we're all crazy. Yeah. You discredit it's easy to discredit things that way, absolute I just had I just had to laugh my girlfriend. She was reading social media. And she's like, ooh, here's one. What's Mel do? You. Remember, the remind you of your hometown. This was like somebody had posted this. I can think she looked at me. He's like what's melody remember the reminds you of your hometown, I'm like DDT all the kids. I mean with the when the truck came through spray DDT all over everything for crops now to kill them this happened. It was every summer. I remember the smell of the Tropicana plant that used to walk.
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"We look out. They put the window in on Monday. And the blizzard started with Tuesday night. It's blizzard. Yeah. And I'm sitting there. I'm actually sitting here right now. I feel no draft the old window the draft would come in. And actually it my feet my feet were freezing. All the time. We're talking today with mega customer Arlene Barker of Konkan, bam came out, and he looked at it and everything and we've decided on a new window. They were here for about four hours. They moved the furniture for me. They finished the window. They windex to the window. They put all the furniture back and my husband, and I are strongly played. This is the second time. We've used my soul from now on probably the only people will call. They did absolutely beautiful mega call. Does. It all. Four seven six five eight eighty nine eighty nine. Mega pros dot com. One mega call does. It all. WGN sports. The Blackhawks beat the Washington Capitals. Eight to five the hawks host the islanders Tuesday night at seven thirty the bulls. Visit the Cavs tomorrow at noon, WGN traffic, everything rolling along at posted speeds right now except on the outbound Stevenson there is a car in the ditch the right lane is blocked from Cicero avenue to Harlem avenue, the trip out to I fifty five is forty minutes right now. There's also a car fire downtown closing Dearborn from Ontario to Huron, no reported delays on the metro or south shore commuter lines at this point for personalized traffic on demand. Get the Traffix Chicago app approved by the mortgage experts have team hockberg just search T R A F F, I.
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"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.
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"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 Kinda Funny Games Daily
"I'm thrilled to tell you. We are going back to the beginning. We've decided to remastered command and conquer Tiberius dawn while this is incredibly exciting on its own. We're also aware of how passionate the community is about the red alert universe. So we will also remastered the original command and conquer red alert. But what about the classic expansion packs? You may ask covert ops, counterstrike and aftermath well CNC and red alert. Wouldn't it be the same without them? So all three expansion packs will be bundled with the base games into one remastered collection without microns actions. In addition. To the excitement and support of this rematch marine master initiative over the past month. There have also been there's also Benny healthy sketch skepticism that we. There's also been a healthy skepticism that we can pull this off. How are we possibly going to remastered these titles while maintaining the authenticity of the original experiences? Bottom line there is no way to achieve this no better way to achieve this partner. With some of the talented, developers who brought these original games to life. So after years of the fans asking for their involvement. I am humbled to announce that e is going to partner with petroglyphs games to develop the CNC remastered collection. Petroglyphs games includes many of the original developers from Westwood studios. In some of the most influential members of the original command and conquer development team from nineteen ninety-five. The list goes on the he he continues to write. But that's the main thrust of this new story this gone very excited. Yeah. Come on. Come on Konkan series is one of my favorites. It was a big Beck in the in the mid to late nineties when I was editing PC gaming magazine over here. Of course, it was it was the shit. It was basically that was a big battle going on between Westwood. And blizzard who had warcraft two crafts and stock raft on I liked both. But particularly read oh my goodness. The times we had playing that game in the PC gamer offices. I loved it loved it loved it. I'll be very interested. I'm very easy to see how they can remodel the assets in four K and everything's gonna look great and all the units. Oh, Really really? good. Yeah. Yeah. Because then you go back, and you how it's so pixel. And so we're thinking say, well, we think it how did we have play this? So grateful K. I do wonder a little bit about the cinematics because cinematics were big pile of the original is gonna be hard to remove state vs. Right. Yeah. They had FM V cinematics is red alert the with Julia. I don't remember that comes wrong because I never played command and conquer. But I remember them being a big deal. I remember reading about him. I remember being a, you know, a big deal on who they'd cast light legit actors in. And I remember red red to to my favorites and commodity Concha. The original wanna come onto Concha to after that the franchise to kind of go a little bit it kinda generals. And some of the later once I be in twilight, I think it was cold side to lose a little bit. And now, it's a mobile thing and people are gonna think of commodity concord just something from the past sheriff..
"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 ESPN FC
"You're twenty five right now. You're a rock defense very said here that Major League Soccer in that in that position, maybe US gnashing down the road. I mean, it's all coming together and now you get to brush shoulders with now. I'm not talking about. I'm talking about some real stores some real stars as it really hits you. Yeah, I think it has. I mean in training. Today? I think it hit me more than more than any time before that, but wait when did it. I mean, just I passenger seeing some of these guys. You know that you play against every day. When you know you're scouting. Really? Okay. This guy is good. Watch out for this guy and I get to train with them and see that I touch and see that they're amazing qualities, you know in a in a possession drill, you know, it was really special. As a process of just really getting together and feeling like a team in all star games and every sport here they're more exhibition, but you're playing team here. It means a lot for Major League Soccer. We remember the games that they've beaten the past when they want beat by Munich. So when you guys get together as a collaborative affair, how much is that? We've got a, let's win for the league. Have you been sharing those kinds of stories at all? Not yet. No, not yet in the locker room? No, it's gotta chill. I'm sure it's gonna come from. Feel competed in Konkan Champions League and maybe deep down if you felt like there are people in a circle outside of Major League Soccer dome, give Major League Soccer, the respected desert. So no doubt. Do you feel like you have to kind of wave the flag for Major League Soccer and show up in these moments? Yeah. I mean, taught summer Tino said it today in the meat, and he's like, listen, we're going to go over a lot of things, but at the end of the day, we definitely want to win this game. So I mean, we did feel it. That guy cannot. I mean codes. Amazing. A lot of amazing before we go, we entered with Bradley, right? Where Did did a dance dance for. for us. Yeah. And he was saying. I'm gonna see if your New Delhi didn't do it. We re spying on us. He had grind. We try to give them a crime, he wouldn't, but he said you are actually a hilarious guy and you love dancing. And I don't know if you know for a fact, he wouldn't get Maximilian dance altogether, most shake, but Maximiliano grits used to go go dance in Italy. So will you the cats out of the bag with max? I'll do a deal. Five-second each things. Then we go doing Doing this this. off. You're right. Okay. So I'm getting. You got. Which you got. Keep going. That was good for me. Here are the Maxon her podcast iphones. Davies, I gotta ask you my friend. What's it feel like to have won the twenty twenty six World Cup bid with your beautiful speech. You did it. Thank you on behalf of everyone in America and Mexico and Canada. You did it. It was. It was. It was good. Would seem those faces scare. You delivered it, but you came in and you told your story, you had everyone's attention. You don't strike me as if you didn't seem nervous lacks confidence. No. But at that time I did. It was a beautiful speech, and I am convinced that it got us the world max. So thank you ever about that speech. When he told his background about being an immigrant and getting in there and being welcomed by Canada. And I was like, this is beautiful. Look, he's testing me. I know I saw the speech and I saw he's actually, he actually sent me this speech during. Art or text it to me. I don't even know what did. Yeah. I think so you maximum what's apt to you? I think. And it was great, and it's actually good to see the future of this sport that it's in good hands and listen by her Munich. Would you have ever dreamt when you were making that trek your immigrant kid in candidate and you were playing and learning the game? That one day in one of the biggest teams in the world. No..
"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.